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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 27.; ,19.l2.n(l1 wmi-M.?
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
! Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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.niRPIII ATinM I ARRCCT flC AMV MCUQPAPER PIIRI IQUCn
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Farrinoton,
VfNISO UUIJL.MTirN , WMItKI.Y HULUHT1N
Mntitb. aatwherc In U S .. .7 ft l Sit Montfti ... .m
r Quarter, aujrwhrrt'n U.S .... 3.oo Per Yet, nywhie In U.S . l.tra
fe Yr, uvheit InUS. ...... H.oci Pci Yenr fcnrwbne a Cmidi, l.o
- Vmi. to.ait. joreitb 13. ou Prt Veif ftpuld, toutjta a.cx
!-.!. tiditorial Ruoms Lci5
' 'BuslnesM Office, - 2256
Z.cl mc fcuf in J it in mi heart to say.
When vagrant wishes bccl(on mc astray,
"This is m) work; fJ blessing, not my doom;
Of all xeho live, I' am the one by whom
77iii U'ork can best be done in the right way."
X , ln Dike.
TAFT'S FIGHT AND HAWAII.
Nothing exactly parallel lo llic bit cr fight that is now going on between
President Taft and ex-President Roosevelt lias ccr been recorded in
American history, but this is by no nvans the first occasion on which a Re
publican President, seeking a renom'nation from his party, has been hard
fought and rated as doubtful of rc-clction if renominated,
Wc forget quickly. So great a min as Abraham Lincoln was bitterly
opposed for rcnomination, none olhc than Horace Greeley being among
those who beliccd his reelection an i npossibility and Democratic success a
national disaster. Wendell Phillips wanted "a statesman and a patriot" in
place of Lincoln. The altitude of th- Fremont faction among Lincoln's op
ponents was very similar lo that of th; Roosevelt progressive opposition to
Even after he was renominated an J well along in the campaign for re
election President Lincoln handed to one of his Cabinet officers the follow
ing scaled memoranda lo be opened after election day:
a "This morning, as for some rhys past, it seems exceedingly '(
probable that this administration will not be reelected. Tlicp it
will be my duty to cooperate with the President-elect to save 'the"
Union between the election an J the inauguration, as he will
have secured his election on suc'i grounds that he cannot possibly
save it afterwards."
Yet Lincoln was reelected by 2,216.067 voles to McClellahV 1,808,
725 and 212 electoral votes lo McCI 'Han's 21.
Ceneral Grant's first term was considered a failure by some Republicans
and the liberal Republican movement of 1672 resulting in the nomination of
Horace Greeley, looked decidedly formidable for a time. Yet Grant scored
a distinct triumph at the polls, and Horace Greeley died of disappointment.
So this is not the first time that the I end of public opinion has resulted in
a row in the Republican party, thoug'i we have never before had so pictur
esque and erratic figure as Mr. Roos-velt.
One great benefit comes from it al' The people are aroused to think
. for themselves. This will not be a campaign when they will do as they are
told. It is an educational period, anl President Taft will not suffer when
the American people get right down t facts and think it out before they
Meanwhile. Hawaii pledged lo Prsidcnt Taft because his policy in the
Pacific justifies and inspires the loyalt of every American, should and we
believe will stand ready to do everyth' lg in its power lo secure the Presi
dent's renomination and re-election.
As indications now point, the conte t will center with intense bitterness in
the National Republican Committee, which controls the temporary organi
sation of the Republican convention. Hawaii's National Committeeman will
be a very important factor and lie sho ild be on hand lo render every
service that may be possible for h n to offer the President on behalf of
the Republican party of Hawaii.
JARRETT AND M'CANDLESS HAVE
ANOTHER RECONCILIATION PARTY
Link McCandless, Domocrnthk lead-
' er, and Sheriff Jarrett huve shaken
hands, anil their political differences
have apparently been smoothed nut
, , T,hls morning they held a Jiilllllcu-
"V ' lA!on meeting ,on Hetliel street, und, In-
Llf H ciueiuaiiy, UA-r'liaior i-iiiinr .Yinm.
f' 1 )of Kohnla. Hawaii, who Is visiting In
Honolulu, und John II
Do Fries were
' i Link was tho principal speaker of
the little meeting, and Jarrett listen
ed with' intense. Interest, It Is said
that Jurrett will give his support to
1 T.lnV til Itin rnmlnc mi , m i:i 1 1. n
K -- t'.....lu ..il.. ...Ill Inr.i.n rv l.lu l.nn.A
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'In Kohalu next Tuesday,
Ww? M. Dtirand (a retired butler, to his
IOI1K, 11I1W HUH C.UHI1 1H
t: laldl And this fowl Isn't cooked proiM
'.!.. l.l., M'hu .!.. .,!,
"'"' "' "" """ '"- ""
Jano about It?
j .."I'm so afraid that If I show her was much Bliorter than any of tho oth
' how things should ha done, sho'll era."
Kj guess thut we have beet; servants. our-
tyij. xou uon i seem 10 carixiur iuhiui
is-? '.... ... ..
. "Cnn'l snv I enro for any of those.
j dcmn-rtfiii mtller
.APRIL 27, 1912
business s through, will also work
for the election of Link on Hawaii.
De I'rles, who lias Influence in Wa.
tertovvn, lias promised' to do Ills part
when the election comes around next
Somo of MeCandlesji' men, however,
are out after Jnrrett's scalp. It will
also bo remembered that a great fuss
was made a few months, ago when
Jarrett and Link shook hands and
promised to bury (thn hntchet, hut
when the recent primaries yero held,
the hatchet was still unhiirled und
was used pretty violently So anyto,lk
of a reconciliation Is to bo taken with
a grain of salt , '
"What do you like to read?"
"lVl.lr.1, nrt nt mw ,.l.u .11,1 .,.. llt.
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'".host?" asked tho eager playwr ght.
1 "Tlio third." replied tho critic. "It
"Your output of stories is not large.'
"No, I produce only two a year,"
"Is the work of writing them so very
"No, It's tho work of Belling them."
PROWLING MAN LEAVES DEAD
CAT AND LUNCH AS POLICE CLUES
An aged Hawaiian, carrying ft very
lU'iut eat unit what appeared to lio.tho
ilrj relics of nn ancient liincli, has
been a nightly visitor on the premises
if lMwhi Hcnncr on Miller Mrret until
(lie Hcnnera have cuinphilncd to llic
police ,of tliolr nocturnal vliltnr. Ac
cordingly. tyirrllT Jarrctt's sleuths are
now looking tor a chance to remon
strate with I hi- Hawaiian for his twi
Trie ninn "has been hanging nrounil
BIG FAIR FOR
The fair which the Hplphnny (lulld
of Knlrtiukl will hold on May t on
the lawn of Air. and Mrs. A. V Conke.
Will be tho big event of the coming
week, and the list of those who will
take part In the affair, us given below.
"how that the ladles of Knlmiikl ure
not behind the well-known activity, of
the nicn'of that hustling suburb when
It conies to doing thliiRS:
(leneral chairman v the festival
Mrs, n. W. n. King.
T'uneywork nnd variety booth Mrs.
A K Clarke, chairman, assisted by
Mrs P T Hlckerton. Mrs. !. A. Kav-
lor, .Mrs Kd Towse. Mrs. McCracken I
and Mrs. ('. .L. llolto. , i
Candy booth Mrs. II. H. Illetnw, as.
slsted by Mrs. llenrl Uergcr, Miss Ma
bel Armstrong, Miss Inez Gibson, Miss
It. Stacker, Mrs C. 15. Wright. Miss
Mildred Chapln, Miss K. Ashley nnd
Mrs Henry Glnaca.
Lemonade and ten booth Mm. C. 8.
Crane, nsslsted by Mls M. Stncker,
Jllss Vivian Sllvn. Miss Garda Kver-
i)ii. Mrs C It. Jeunlngs. Mrs. Drink,
Mlns . Kelle.S Miss Ituth Johnstone,
Miss Carol Low. present Pohiiknlnn school, site, to the
HMi pond Mrs. C W. Honnmy, as- new Kakanko premises, to serve as an
slstcil by Mrs. A. Moore and Mrs. j annex and thereby glvr the school the
Harry Johnstone. necessary ten rooms to properly care
Ice rrcnni nnd honie-niade enke ' fpr the growing demand prevailing In
iwnth Mrs. O. W. It King, assfsfed'. that district. ' .:"''
by Mrs. W. C King, Mrs. L. IZ. Thay- Another recommendation coining
cr, Mrs. James Guild, Mrs. J. J. from' Superintendent Pope, nnd one
Greene,' Mrs. K. A. Hermit. Mrs. J. II Hint will receive the iittentlon of Hie
T, Grjgsby, Mrs. J. It. M. Mnelenn: members of the ways nnd menus cnin
the Ml jsoa Marlon Greene, Grace John- ' inlttcc, Is thiit the three-cooin frame:
'itone;' Margaret Collins, Ailelnlile building on the present library, site, bd
tVntt, Helen Ilng, Junet Mnelenn, removed during Hie summer to'Knllhl
N'oru Mulr, Greta Mulr and Dorothy waenii school grounifir- and be lltltxl
Ormhton. up for srhool purposes.
. The maypole danci, which will ho The educational ik'partinent has
tlven In the open severnl times dur- taken up Hie matter lf providing tho
ng the afternoon, will be under tho necessary teachcry for Knllhl-wnena
dlrrctlou of. Mrs. V. H. lYaser, who school for the coining school year In
has had the assistance of the Misses order to enable nlT children of dclibbl
Anna anil' Ida 1.ngan In training the age In Hint locality tn"nttendiuchnn
following dancers: Hlhel llartinnn. Institution. Kktlmatcs, now prepared
Thelma, llllrtlnan, Allen llartman, and submitted to the board last night
I'Tiinces Clarke, iieboria Clarke, Mary
McPhersnn, Anna Ueattle, Lena Ilcat
tlo. Dorothy Ueattle, Sybil' Johnstone.
I.llllan llrnwn. Ilorothy Oriulston. Ad
elaide l'rngn,k Iluf.ol Schllef,, Tearl
Schllef 'and Dorothy Ashley.
M. IK Webb will attend to theerec-
Hop of the booths. O. W. It. King will llhl-waena ought to hiU'o aS many as
see to the decorations of the grounds, five additional rooins. Cooperation Is
W. C. King will superintendent tho therefore urged between the Tcrrlto
latekeepers, V. 8. I'ruser will supply rial educational department and tho
the necessary chairs und tiibles, A. I', city and county toward effecting
''larke will arrange for extra cars and some remedy for the present conges
car signs, and C. S. Crane Is general Hon.
press agent. in the course of his remarks to tho
The beautiful Cooke home Is Inime- board, Mayor Kern took occasion to
'llately adjoining the ear line nn the state that It seemed ton bad that when
Walaluc road, so It will bo no effort
o get to the grounds. Everything
supplied will be of the best, und no
fancy or exorbitant prices will be
charged. The funds renllred will be
used ns the Initial purchase money for
a permanent home for a resident pas
tor Sf the Epiphany Mission, which
hns come to be a pecejislty,
The Territorial Veterina
rian In hie official report!
rccognltes the efforts we
are making to supply our
customers with a puriS,
rich milk from healthy,
That, these efforts are suc
cessful is proved by en
dorsement! experts have
given our milk.
the premises for n number of nights. ,
Tho deceased cnt mid the souvenir
fuileh were found wrapped up In
dirty 1 inula n i handkerchief nftcr one
of those visits. Apparently tho mull
left the cat find )o food behind t"
reassure people Hint he Intended lo
iniike iinother visit, Two night ago,
low-over, he Is Bnlil to iftiVe '"entered'
the l.flrhVii, perhaps nn the hunt for
more lunch to ndd to hi now tilMnilr
collection Thin wns tjio IIiihI KtraW,
and lie V reported to' the police.
IS TOO SMALL
That I'ohtiknlnn school building, for
which a largo Finn of money wan ap
l proprtaled by the taut Legislature. I.i
I nol eiiunl to the demands to be made
"I'on Hie Institution., Is the declaration
01 mis i rope, supeniiiriiiieiii m
public 'instruction, l.
The new Pohukiilnn school building
In now under construction ut the new
Kile near Atkinson Park, Knknuko.
According to a statement coining from
Superintendent Pope, (he new. build
ing' l!l, iWhcn crfmpjeted, JhnVc but
eight rnohiv, ulilUt' thi-rc jdibulil be at
least ten rooms availably for schol
nrs when the school Is opened on Sep
It nppcnrn Hint the iMn Fund Com
mission wn unnhle 4Pi ijeeiire'blds on
"s plans and specifications within the
until It, redrafted the
for less' rooins than was
plans, calling foi
originally asked for.
Superintendent Pope brought this
Important matter n the attention of
the city. nnd county board of super
visors nt n meeting held last night
. Mr. Pope suggests that one way out
of the preseut illlllculty that confronts
tbn piliii'iittoiuil ileiiiirtinetit would he
! to order the trunsfer of the two-room
frame building now occupying the
snow that mqrc snouin ue in least
thrco more rooms, with a capacity ofi
forty pupilM each, uddul to tho lircs
em buildings. ,
Mr. Pope predicts that, should the
Increase next year prove equiij lo what
H nas ncen lor ine prVni year, ivn-
money had been appropriated for new
school buildings there should be u
shortage of room before the building
Is opened to the public,
Tlin clvlti nnnnnl rnnrnri.ni.fi nf Ihn"
Chinese Students' Alliance will jj0
held this evening nt Mokumoa, Moa
nahift. tho Is and homo of Ilov. and.nn April ;u.
Mrs. F. ''. linmon. "An unusuallx at
Iractlvp piogrnm of music, famlc rec-
Young man between 19 and 20. Has
knowledge of typewriting und ottlco
work. Ad'dress 'lI. M," this olllcc.
S219-H , '
Sliver watch. Owner can havo same
by protlrtg property and paying for
this ad Onrlitigo Department, Mc
Intyre Illdg. fi223-3t
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1012
Al 7i30 P,. M.
ENTERTAINMENT, DANCE AND
Members of the Order only admitted
without Invitation, Every member of
the Order is entitled to one additional
Invitation, which can be obtained, at
the office of the Union Pacifio Trans
fer Comainv. Kina Qtreet.
M 5203 Apr. t, 11, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 27
A bargain if sold at one. Six rooms,
3 beriroomsl gas, electric licjht. city
water, tewer. Fine residence street,
Maklkl. If sold on or before April 3D
can be bought for $2900, Easy terms.
'E all know that
:st results v
DURING YOUIt AHSKNCn
Pi;0M TUB ISLANDS we nre
prepared to manage your estate
nnd, look after your Interests
hefej. You will find It greatly
to "your advantage to place the
management of your affairs with
n responsible concern,
(,'ome and sec us us to terms.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
Italians nnd spccchcH Imn been
ranged by tho special committee! in
clinrgo of tho conference. Thcro will
bo Bclectlona by tho Alliance iiunrlct
and nulnlcl, In whlch-nro somo of tho
well-known Chinese musicians of Ho-
nolulu.. Sovcrnl hundred Invitations
imvo been issued nnti n very mrgo
gathering Is expected.
mlngliaiii and Salem will be placed In
I"10 ,,ri,t' reserve" of Iho Atlantic licet
fnrji w best results when Ireslr. nrr
Therefore wc mix ours fresh every day 'gSrja
z2)l$S then we develop by hand to; see results. jKg
My Take no chances. Go to GTJRREY'S (00
Kalmukl Ave., Kiilmukl; 2-bed-rooin
cottage, with lot, well ,
Improved, 100x150 J2600
llulhllng lots, Palolo Hill, Manoa
Valley and Kalmukl. .
House and lot, Palolo ltd 2200
Houses For Rent
Walalne ltd. ..'. 3 H. It. J60.00
Mnnoa Valley 2 " 75.00
Manoa Valley 2 " 75.00
Othand Pahoa 'Avo. ....3 " 40.00
Kceaumoku &. Dnmlnls..2 " 60.00
Kewnlo 211. P.. J15.0C
Pawaa, nr. King St, ....3 " 25.00
Ileretanla St 3 " 27.50
12IS Matlock Ave. 2 "' 27.56
Lunalllo St. ..? .'3 ," 32.50
Lunnlllo St 3 ' 35.00
Kahikaua Ave 4 " 40.00
Manoa Valley 2 " 45.00
developer gives the
li used by the butineit mm who
HpprecUUs the value of time
st. louis college
wins from Mckinley
St. Louis College defeated McKlnlcy
Llllgh School on tho diamond, . this
Liliorniugi in me ursi gnino pi nn in
I tersrholnstle series between the two
tennis. -The gaipo was somewhat , lux,
jiirid errors III judgment contributed to
IflKlj'B. llefeat. The game was played
nfAtliidc Park. The score;
j ' ' ' n. If. II
St. Louis 7 1
High .. '. .1 1 (1
j Hnttcrhyi.TT Hoblnson und .Uruncn;
i Hrasli and C. Wong.
BIG SUM GIVEN
(Continued from Page 11
1000 feel, Insldo mensurcmentB, nnd
; will amply provide for tho enro of tho
;urenunaugiitH or tho Immculato future
, at Pearl Harbor.
Other Improvements for which Ihcro
la still nn money nvnllnblo nro
paint shops, rlggern' shons nnd
great sea wnll, which Is Intended
take tho place of docks, nnd which
designed lo berth four battleships,
However, tho coincidence of figures
lends to tho belief Hint It Is tho oxtcu
shm of the drydock that Congress will
vay for llrst
Intrs) jour nlnncj In llullelln
iriierllKlni: und It returns to ion n
House and Lot, Pulama! I 1.M0
House nnd Lot, .Palatini 2.0
lloiibe and Lot, Asylunvltd.... 1.750
Uiislncs Property, Queen St, ,.'16,000
llulhllng Lot, Ijcr-tanlii Bt. ... 35.000
House and Lot, l:th Ave., Knl
llillldlng i',ots, Kewnlo .'. 1,000.
Iluslncss Property, Kuktil Lane 3.600
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
has been demonstrated cupcrlor
lo hand development
(especially 'with siiell'n wonder
ful equipment us we have Just
lntulod tjii duplicate of that
used by the Kilstuian Kodak
factory the only up-to-date
' plant In the Islands.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAH HOTEL
AUDIT COMPANY OF
P. 0.JBox.M6,;f; Telephont 2035'
- Conduct! all classei of Auditi and
Investigations, and tarnishes' Reports
or. all kinds of financial work
Sutreestions given for simplifjinn
or lystematizlnjc office wotk. All
SALE ATTRACJS CROWD
Illg reduction nn' regular dry goods
prices und II u 1 1 o 1 1 n advertising
Is' took a great crowd of shoppers to tho
Kwong Sing Ixiy store, tlireo doors
Kwu of Itcthcl on King street, this
morning. This store hns such a largo
stock of goods ou hand that it Is Im
perative that much of it be disposed
of In order to make room for 1912
spring stock. Rather than pay stor
age rental they are selling the goods
now- on hand at prices about half
what la usually asked. Announce
ment of this aale was first mado In
tho D ii 1 1 et I n on Thursday even
ing, In n hulf-migo advertisement,
which has been run over since. The
advertisement contains quoted prices
und any shopper by reading It, will
readily sco Hint a saving can be mado
by buying nt this storo during the
That's' What our Diamonds are.
Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
' embraces every size and color.
In mounted atones we have an
Immense assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
PcndanU, etc, set with Rubles,
Diamonds, EmeraldSf Pearls, Sap.
phires, and all precioui and
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