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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.'T. H,. TUESDAY, APR. 30, 1912.
'E V E NI.NG B Ul LETIN
OAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
j ."" MEMBER OF THEJSSOCIATED PRESS.
j CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
j ' 'f in the Territory of Hawaii'
Wallace R. FarrinotoiJ, - Editor
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APRIL 30, 1912
Centime greatness is marl(cd by simplicity,' unostentalioiisncss, self-forget-fulness,
a hearty interest m others, a feeling of brotherhood nw'li the human
' MORE PROHIBITION" FOLLY.
The people of the Territory of I lawaii do nol want prohibition of ihe
liquor traffic by Federal enactment or any other enactment. The proposi-
lion for Congress to jam. juch, legislation down the throats of our citizens is
a direct attack upon our rights of self-jomnment. You may resl assured
that no such law can cer pass Congress without a fight and a most bitter
, one, in which an oervhelming major.ty of the American people in Hawaii
will be arrayed in a solid phalanx' against the gumshoe politicians who seek
only to defeat the people and destroy what few privileges of self-gocrnment
we of Hawaii possess.
AMERICAN STEAMERS AND THE CANAL.
Not the slightest doubt should exist in the minds of progressive American
Honolulans that the people of Hawaii "should get busy" if they want the
business of ihe Panama Canal to com; this way.
The letter of Manager Schwenn to Mr. J. F.
,, the many forceful reminders, that, in u short time
, open and Honolulu will be a principal port of call
the new avenues of commerce from th; East to the Orient.
1 ,, According to its present information, the Bulletin is of the opinion
1 .that there can be but one position for our people to lake loward the legis
lation that will bar all owners of railroads from participating in the opera
tion of American steamships plying th-ough the American Canal. On ihe
'face of it, if such action were taken it would be another step toward wip-;-ing
the American mreclflnt marine completely off the map.
The Bulletin believes Tn the coastwise shipptnglawas a measure of
protection to American' ships. If, however, this law is to be supplemented by
f a'law that will designate what persons shall be allowed to operate and build
.American ships, it will be the limit h reducing the American merchant ma
rine to the ultimate minimum, and serc to enhance only the shameful folly
of law makers. t
( Hawaii stands for American h''ps coming through the American canal.
But it must of necessity and common sense oppose any legislation that will
refuse the privilege of ship building and ship operation to American citizens.
Get ready for the Canal.
Sinoot, nalllngcr, Clark of Wvomlng
unit llcj burn all Uepublleun.
The getting together of the Demo
crats mhI progressive Itcpubljcans is
Inttrprrtetl to mean thnt tho Senate
will noon tnkp tip tht tnrlrf. Thcro
ure ninny prediction thnt the history
of the extra session Inst summer will
repent Itself till session, nml thnt the
coalition will put through several tor- I
Iff I. III.-. I
As In the extrn session, tho Demo- '
crnts of tho Senate do not really ex-pectthe-support
of tho Itepubllcan In
surgents .for the Democratic turlff bill"
passer by the, House, but In the extrn
session the coalition united to support
11 compromise framed by the Insur
gents. ('muproinUo hills for the tur
lff measures panned by the House this
season nre pretty well framed
Senator. Cummins Is prnctlcally
ready, to put In his metals tnrlrt bill
any day Senator Hrlstow lias al
ready presented n substitute Miliar
schedule plans nrc being laid for a
chemical revision schedule.
So It Is confidently predicted that
bills revising these schedules of th
Pnvnc-Aldrlch law will bo put up t
President Taft ns bills revising tho
wool and cotton schedules were put
up tn I1I111 during the extra session
Standpat nepubllcans of Congress
inalutnln that they will meet tho samo
fate as those In tho extrn session ve
toes on the ground that the tariff
board has not Investigated these In
dustries I'pon tho wool revision bill passed
by the House tho situation-Is entirely
different Tho tariff board has sub
mitted its report on the woolen Indus
try, and tiptni Its Uniting. It Is ex
pected, a bill will bo drafted by tho
WITH CIVIL BILL
Hackfcld is another of
now the canal will be
for the ships traversing
(Continued frpm Page 1) .
purposo of tho diversion and conduct
ing from tho reservation 0; the water
covered by such leaso or leases. All
moneys received under such leaso or1
lenses shall be turned Into the Treas
tiry of tho United States: Id the credit
of miscellaneous receipts, and a state-'
ment thereof shall nccompany tho an-'
mini report of tho Quartermaster den-
"And the Secretary of 'nr Is hereby
authorized nntl empowered to leaso
such surplus water pertaining to the
military reservation of Schoflcld liar-'
racks (Wnlanae-ukn), Island of Oaliu.l
Territory of llavvnll, as may not be;
needed for tho supply of tho military'
post and troops on said reservation, nt
siirli rntes and on such terms and con
ditions and for such periods of time,'
not to exceed twenty years, and with J
such provision for the jicrtodlcal read
justment of rentals ns lie mny deem'
Just, ciiultnble, and expedient; and ho
Is further authorized and empowered,
to Include In such lease' or leases au
thority for the occupation of such
lands of tho said reservation for tho
purpose of the construction and main
tenance of dams, reservoirs, ennuis.1
ditches, flumes, tunnels, and pipe lines
ns he may regard ns nccejsary for the
purposo of the diversion and conduct-
wide,',' tlle'In'surgon, U uXaTw I SS'W,.0 '.'i" T
tnko. toward it K. know,, . They "7?, . "'.JI .?'"'?.! '". 5?..".d'1
amount, so deposited shall reimburse
the United 8tntes for all expenditures
In the construction of the proposed wa
ter svstem for tho supply of the mili
tary post nnd troops on said reserva
tion, nml thereafter all receipts from
rentals In excess of the expenditures
for the repair and maintenance of said
water system shall, at the close of
each fiscal year, bo turned Into the
treasury; of .the Territory of Hawaii;
the amount retained to reimburse the
United .States for such rennlr anil
' malntenjuico. to be turned Into tho
Treasury of the United States to the
I credit )f miscellaneous receipts. A'
statemcjil ofi.-all receipts from such
lease orj leasea shall, accompany Ihe
annual Report, pf the Quartermaster 1
I As thV proYlslQnsrtproposotl ,y tlic
Secietnry iof. War nro, not Included In
the river and Harbor bill, tlin fnllowlnir
amendnfont Iliercto-iJs, proposed, to
wit: i ,i .1. J I
Provided', havveVor, That no vvalen.'
15 nuilinilir 1 Mattiwi&SiivHnta&'i'ti
BUNGALOW FOR SALE
'- -'; ;';
A bargain If told at once, 8lx.r'oom'i, "
3 bedrooms 1 gai, electrlo llglit, elty''
water, sewer. Fine restdencef 'ttreet, l
Maklkl. If told on or befpre April 30
can be bought for $2900. Easytermi,
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
House nnd Lot, Palama., ,..., J 1,050
House and Lot, Palatna,,..
Iloiifte nnd Lot, Asylum ltd. .
Iluslness, l'roperty. Queen St.
Illilldlnff lOt; a3e,rtana St. ,
i ' ' ?
House and I,ot,;12t)l Ave., ,Kal-
f . .'"
IlulldlnK Lots, Kewtlo' 1,000
Business 1'ropeHy; Kukul Lane 3.C0O
' ;M '
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
nijiy support It and they may not. l:n
If tho Senate should pass tho nuance
comniltteo's wool bill, based on the
tariff hoard's report, there Is no assur
ance that the Democratic House and
the Itepiibllc.in Senate will agree In
confert nee to u bill
111 Developers that Stand, lH
ILJLJj xidlze especially so in this climate. The'M waV-we'enn LJ '
t3JVj potltively assure you of good results in developing and pvgf
fMTUjJ printing It by mixing our developers daily and handling ffirtS
jgiVBS each film individually. SjUg
(Continued trom Page 1)
wns sitting in his proper place, on the
truss oT the upper top-gallant yard, and
holding on to the tic-chain, when tho
mute ordered tho crew to holse tho
fore royal ard and sail, by pulling
on the halliard, anil that, 'while said
S'urd, 'tirR sail were being so hoisted
tho tlo-cjinln forming fi part of the
sold Hour, .owintr tn Its unrn nntl tip.
fectlvc condition, gave way. nnd broke slml1 l disposed ot Under the forego
at n point somewhere below- the point lnB nu.tnp'"'!. now, tuejl by others tin
v. hero the llbellant sat. allowing the ler cla'm of rlsllt linl" BUcl1 claims
yard to mil und the chain to unreave; , ,mve ueen Ha"y adjudicated upon
On' chain in unrenvlns Striking libel-' ,llt!lr "ifOJn-dboiOOMrtsof competent
hint In tho face nnd breaklnir his-two Jurisdiction In favor, of the United
'" ' ' ClnUo U..nl. n1l,n.,l
Iot incivor.trvtii. fracltirlng therlKht
cheek bono, brurilng, Uouiallnc '.and
mashing the flesh of the right check;"
and the fore-royal yard, In falling,
struck on and ucross both hands,
breaking' und fracturing the bones in
.He asserts the owners and Oiptaln
It Quick, whom ho believes to lie part
owner of the vessel, knew of the do-i-Hivc
loiidltion 611 tho chain, and.
that the accident wus due to their neg-llguu-e.
He further declares thnt nt
the time 0 the accident the ship was
only 500 miles out frpm Sun I-Yan-i-lsco.
that the muster refused to put
back to port and that Sulllvun re
ceived no medical attention until tho
lonolulu, twelve day
t Co., Ltd.1
924 BETHEL 8TREET
lead tho campaign In the next primar
ies and elections, and who will show
Mie (.ookcites and the Wiseacres that thlp's arrival at
they are not laggards or fainthearts, later.
The bunch of Republicans Sunday arc He also avers that despite his crlp-
not peoplo walking with their eyes on Pled condition he wus compelled to do
tho ground, their faces shrouded. In hard manual labor; that the uccldent
gloom. They know there are dangers has crippled him permanently, that he
tniienu, mat greed and baseness are can not earn a livelihood except by
evils to light and overcome, but they physical labor, and that the Injury
leel to the full the pulse of tho Buccess should entitle I1I111 to the sum of 30 -Mint
tl III tinmn tn tlin l)nll,llnn.. .... (inn .1 . ' T
play ana at the same time Heo that the nn.i ninaA ,, ...,.i,, nn,i .u..!.i:. tx ..T ...
,Taft Interests aroprotected. in t),0 rly win from now 'on read thn i 1- it,. ,L" ,." "1?..t.u"!
-on, no; there Is no nrotcst from i,.,iuriii, ..... ..-u .. 1. ,".. , ,:....,..." ,.' .""y -eiuro
Hawaii nnd tho ,llo,rt frnm i, ". A,"":,"". "", """"?." ,D "' "."'"" "",lrs commissioner C. S. Da
States. Such claimants to have the
benefit pf tills provision only upon fil
ing with -the Secretary ofWarv within
ninety days after Yfie passage'of this
Act, a bond of lnamnlly In ail ade
quate nmount and 'wtth'sniTIclent sure
ties, to "be approved by the Secretary
of War, conditioned 'upon the payment
to the United States of the full rental
value of all waters 'lined or consumed
by such claimant from the fourteenth
day of January, Anno Domini nineteen
hundred arid twelve, to th date ot
such 'final adjudication. And' condition-'
ed further, upon tho Institution as
sooti-as practicable of litigation to ad-
Judicata such conflicting rights or 4Q0 SPANIARDS RELEASED
V.IUMIIB UIIU IU lHIJl-i;illU M1V SUUIU Ulll-
gently to final Judgment."
Duni.vci Youn AnsrcxcE
rrtOXI THIl ISLANDS vo aro
prepared to manage your estate
und look after your Interests
here. You will llnd It greatly
tu yuur advantage to placo the
luaniigement of your afTalrs with
a respbnsible concern.
(,'nmp and see u ns to terms.
It uted by the butlnen man who
appreciate! the value of time
(Continued from Page 1)
erllu, had occasion to study.'
jfwlll toko their seats unquestioned
"I don t know how many from Ha
.wall Will go to tho convention ns sneo.
jtators, and having tho disposition of
Itwenty-four seatB which are'"prrvlleg
fced and at my command, nnd ronelvltiL-
J Applications for a number who may go. '
notning is aellnlte ns to the number tuonunuea rrom rage 11
VVtio will be there from Hawaii. Of tariff measures on the floor. I
course I 'shall see that every seat, -at .Mr Simmons Is a, candidate for re-'
my disposal shall go to a TafXpupQHrt. clectUm. He has strong nnd well-or-er-
s " '" "''.iRanlzcsl opposition He believes the
,l 'Yes; I read what tho A.djTOryser now honor conferred upon him, If prop,
sald about Shingle for Delegate and erly utilized, will bo suitlclent to In
.Kuhlo for Mayor, but you may as well sure his retention by tho folks at
Jlnform the people that whatever state- homo Tor that reason he opined up
tments flow from John II. Wise, the with tho most unexpected activity Ho
mouth-organ of tho Cookeltes. may as ,'orccd a vote on the metal schedule
well bo marked down as hot air. It Is ami urminht n .., nt ,.n,,.,t,i.. n
iioniy uono tor me purpose of confusing i-erved notice that the hearings on the
fthe electorate nnd to rnimn illsHunalAn nA u i.m ..1 1.1 i. ... ..
a: . ----- - ... M.UUV..D,..,, ,,ic m.H.ii inn milium ue cuiiiiiieieo not
Jin the Kuhlo camp. We do not Intend later, tlinn Aivrii -n ..,t vn .!,
Ithat Wise shall run our carnDalgn. .'' '.on renortinir timt rnmam-n
i'ln "My term of offlce'as comm'lttcemaTi ' An ndverso rennrt win i, r,ir.i
t will expire the day the convention nd on the mgar bill Senator Lu Kol-
Journs. Whoever takes charge from lettc Is campaigning In tho Far West 1
, then on will hold offlco for tho next . nd has not taken tho trouble to have '
Jfour years. The party has made creut his oto recorded on any of the recent
tfstrldes In Hawaii nnd I. can lay down tariff, measures. Tho vote on sugar
- ffmy official robes with the satisfaction win stand
ojthat I have tried to do the best for tho l-'or u favorable report Senntors
lm!J ""Hawaii. . Ilalley, Simmons, stone. Williams.
i7o, i, wh hi urn iiiuu last tsunuay uern mid Jolinson oil Democrats. 1
vis, nnd l-"rlday Is the limit set for an
swtr. t ' ' "
FROM QUARANTINE TODAY
has been demonstrated superior
to bund development
nspeclnlly w-ltlr such a wonder
fuferililpineiit as we hnve Just
Installed a' duplicate, of that
Hlsod by the ' T-asfnian 'ifcoifalc"
factory the only up - to date
plant, In the Islands, . .
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
Thirteen Japanese llshermen. who
I embarked from n small village on tho
coast or femuro province. In Japan,
were adrift ut sea und believed to b
In 11 stuping;, copdlt.1611 nt, jtho time
tho Toyo Klsen Kalsha liner Shliii
ituru sailed from Yokohamu en route
.Cuptufn ji. R-Wnilth'Hnd-hls officer
hud been reauested ,by jle Jupajmse
government to keep u sharp lookout
or mi) thing that might resemble u
hhliwreuked party while pursuing their
lourse from out Toklo bay und along
tlw coast of Dal .Nippon.
It was reported, on arrival of the
vessel ut Honolulu yesterduy that the
While In the net of transferring a
I consignment of BUg'ar from Hakalau
f platitutlon warehouse to the Intcr-Isl
nnd steamer Wnllele -n heavy -cablo
j purtcd and vyprk was temporarily gus-
iit.-iiuoii 1111111 repairs cotuu no effected.
Luckily, no serious accident follow
ed the breaking of tho wire, which Is
nlso used in carrying otllcers of the
vessel from ship to 'shore. Nelthor
was a loss of sugar reported when the
steamer arrived In port this mornlnc.
Much rain Is reported to havo fallen '"'"y "' iwiermen hud become lost
nil along tho coast of Hamakua during '"""'"g 11 lieuv-y und blinding shbw
Iho stay of thu Wallele. Tho steamer "torln-
arrived with 8901 sacks sugar, 74 head T Ahu"'er llshlng poat with tlfteen
cattle, a (piantlty of wine and 20 pack-l J"',Iini'e w"a reported as iiipslzedaiid
nges sundries. ,lil bunds lost on the same lilglit; live
According to Purser Howard, tho u"u'e Having: been recovered us the
Dr. Pratt announced this morning
thnt& 400 or GOO of tho Snanlsh imml.
grants detained In quarantine from tho Wallolo passed tho Llkellke nt McOrn.. sllln ,eft her lust Jupunese nort.
ship Hnrpallon probably would bo re- gor's bound for Honolulu. Tho Heleno' T,lu Territorial bund was present at
leased some time today. J wns sighted at I'aauhau, and the Maul' """ 1l'urture of the liner from Alakea
me ursi case 01 ui iniiieria to ap- at nonoiaieie taking on sugar.
pear on tho Island of Hawaii Jn sevcr-l The steamer met with choppy seas
ni motiins wns reported to ur. rratt in returning to her homo port,
by the health officers on that Island
yesterday. Tho case was discovered -"t only does a continent exist at
;anu was giau to be with tho leaders of I-'or mi udverso
J the Itepubllcan rlarty men who will Penrose, culiniu,
"How does that stupid fellow haii-
Bpen to make Buch a hit with tho girls'
.Why, he looks like an ape."
"That's Just It. Notice how long hU
farms are? Well, ho makes each girl
think that her waist Is about three
pi lies smaller than It really Is."
Ilroker's Olllco lloy Ceel
huvo jouso got on him?
.Lawyer's Office llov (excitedly)
bWhat d'ye think, kid? Do boss Just
gimme a cTandsUuil; ticket forde ball
game dlsa'ftcrnoori!'' V -
"I got so exasperated at the trial
that I lolled tho Judge an Imbecile!"
"Then what did you do?"
"Mrs. Meddle makes so much trouble
In this neighborhood."
"Yes; sho has such a fine Bense of
rumor." l -' ' t-J
The Territorial Veterina
rian in hit official report!
recognizes the effort! wo
are making to tupply our
cuitomer! with a pure,
rich milk from healthy,
That theie efforts are tuc
ceitful ii proved by en
donements expert! have
given our milk.
(Continued from Page 1)
partial recounting of his experiences overcome.
turn mis, iiitift . 1
I A log" of the alrshlu America, kent
by Irwin notes a series of Interesting
events which transpired during tho
brief voyage of the dirigible, which
covered a distance of two thousand
miles before flriaily subsiding! under
the cretlt of the ocean.
"The greatest difficulty I experienced
as operator in tho airship was tho lack
of power In tho nendlng apparatus. Wo
heard 'with distinctness messages
transmitted to ii-j from a number of
shore stations. Desplto all efforts.
-however, wo were unable to make our
position and condition known Jo many
"It was certainly a Joyous sight
,-vvlien the good ship Trent havo Into
1 sight nnd plckotl tin our little rjarty.'
"smiled Irwin In relating some of the
dramatic Incidents connected with his
memorable voyago through the air,
"One of the last messages sent on
that trip was, 'It's nil up. We take to
the lifeboats.' -
"You will recall from accounts' of tho
flight that we woro safely rescued by
the officers and mpn of tho Trent,
which Vessel followed fast on the
courso pursued by the airship Amcr
"As tho Trent camo Into range of our
glasses, I managed to flash, 'Wo are
polng to lnuncli boatB. Stnnil by,
"With this mossago winging Its way
to the fast-approaching steamer, the
final spnrk of povyer In our batteries
Tho America was placed In commis
sion under, .tho direction of Walter
wellmnn. tho noted newspaper cor-
U'siiomlenU' who-Yeprtsented the New
York Tme8.lie-2 London Dally Tele
grainVant ffinrmrtcagQ-Hccord-I lerald.
The America was expected to sail
ncross-the Atlantic to' a point In the
United Kingdom or the continent. It
startotl on Its voyage from Atlantic
City amid tho cheers and well wlshea
of thousands of people.
A direct primary ls-ris conclusive ni
a straw vote.
Ill tho early, stage and the report says 'be South Pole, but it has been in cold
that all danger of contagion has been "("rage for centuries and Is In n good
Mnte of preservation.
Kalmukl "Ave., Kalmukl; 2-bed-room
' cottage, with lot, well
Improved, lOOxUO .'....,52500
Dulldlng lots, Palolo Hill, Manoa
Valley and Kalmukl.
House and lot, Palolo ltd 2200
Houses For Rent
' WnJnlue Hd '.'.:, .3 'U. It, 00.00
-Munoa Valley .-.... ,..,1 8 '' -75.00
Manoa Valley ,. ,l"2 " 75.00
Oth und Pahou Ave. .,,,2 "' 40.00
Keeaumoku & Donilnlsl.2 " CO 00
Kewa'lo 2 II. H,i$lt6c
Pawaa, nr. King St. ,,v,3 - " 26 00
Ueretanlu St 3 " ..27.00
126 Matlock Ave. 2 " 27.50
Iunalilo Jit. , ,...3 " 3J.60
I.unalllo Ht 3 " 35 00
Kalakaiia Ave 4 " 40 00
Manoa Valley 2 " 45 00
wharf this morning. Tim Hhim-,, .nU
tlliipatclied promptly on time, leaving
miu uoi-K u iew minutes ufter- a o'clock,
taking less than u dozen lay-over
cabin passengers to Sdn Prunelseo.
A large mull destined for the muln
lund wbb dispatched In the vessel.
A putty of several prominent Jnp
iinese passengers had u jiretty close
cull from missing their steamer. 'They
were hastily bundled Into the pilot bout
und conveyed to the litter us tlie huge
vessel halted In mid-stream,
Tho Hngllsh surfrugettes have dem
onstrated that women can throw to hit
something Wle tlle target Is large
enough mid Hxe, lt uul
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock ii particularly clean
and flawleii, and the variety
embrace! every ilze and color.
In mounted itonet wt have an
Immente attortment of Ringt,
Droochei, Scarf. Pln, Lavalllert,
v .Pendants, etc, tet with Rubles,
Diamond!, Emerald, Pearli, Sap
phire!, and all precloue and