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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
ailv evorv tlav excent Sundav. Wccklv issued on Tuesdav.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
- - .Editor
I Wlmt would Mott-Smlth do If, Just
us lie was dlsappuirlng nut the door
nnd saving good-bye to the Secre
tary's office, lie should be grabbed by
the coat-tall and told, "Here, you
slave, come back liere and be Gov
ALLACE R. FARRINGTON
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
er Month, nnywherc In V 3 .( .75
'er Quarter, anywhere In I'.S, 2.110
er Year, anywhere In f S . . 8.0D
Per Year, postpaid, foreign .12.00
W EEKI.Y IIL'M.KTIX
l'er Six Months ... .50
Per Year, anywhere In t' S.. 1.00
Per Year, anywhere In Canada 1.50
Per Year, postpaid, foreign . . 2.00
ji tidlcorlal Rooms,
tillered ftl lb PcMtnttiie l Hnwimlo
M tetowl-flaiil mailer
MAY 4, 1912
j A hint for a gentleman, a club for a cWn. Portuguese.
FOR THE PEOPLE NOT FACTIONS.
I Ii i nnl ndvK.-ilile far anvone to endeavor to extract anv ixilitical silt-
nmcance from the decision of the Territorial Supreme Court in the Haka
lau homestead case.
There is not one wo'rd or line of direct or indirect approval of the past
administration, of the public land laws of the Territory of Hawaii contained
in. the document. The decision declares that there is law .enough in the
Territory to protect the people in their title to the public lands of Hawaii,
frbm the operations of men who take up land with the ida of getting it
but not of actually homesteading in the American sense.
The decision is in the interests of the people and a more strict administra
tion of the land laws. It is entirely free from a word of commendation, and
is characteristic of the present Supreme Court a decision on the law and
the evidence, not a policy decision that serves any other interest than that
or the whole people.
(Honolulu is Itself again. Sugar Is Perhaps these valuations lire high.
passing four cents and on the way up. but we haven't heard of anyone offer-
t - - -7-
(Newsboys can always tell you that
tlie Dili let in heads the list of
Honolulu's best sellers
'if It should prove, that In order to
silve Mexico vje must take It why,
oft courte, If we must, we must.
rhnt Pearl Harbor dry dock Moot
appears to be all right when It Is fav
ored with' cement ns Is cement, not
bank on the futuro of llono-
nnd keep pegging along. That'll
luttd you among the contented und
iThe Bulletin believes V V
Harris Is entirely sincere when he
says that he Is not a candidate for any
Everybody seems pleased with tin.
Hukalau decision. So what's the use
of trying to stretch It into something
It does not mean.
Ing to throw his property on the mar
ket ut the tuxution value.
The Supremo Court passed upon
the law 'In the Hakulau homestead
case. It had nothing to say of the
past administration of the land. laws
of the Territory of Hawaii.
Why doesn't Hawaii spend more
money for promotion, when every
mother's boii In the Territory knows
(lint It Is an Investment which pays n
hundred fold. Can It be true that the
people huve not really waked up to
the' certnlnty of Honolulu's future'
Plncli yourself nnd buck promotion
Did It eer occur to you that these
children who are learning liovv to
lilny, will ninkl' better men nnd wo
men because Inter In life they will
know how to work with, the same de
gree of pleasure and enthusiasm
What can be better ground work for
a good man or woman, than a light
Our Methodist friends seem to have
decided that since poo pic can dance
and play cards und even look at n
horse nice without being criminals
and conscience smitten, It Is about
time to write those Items off the list
of sins. We congratulate our Meth
odist friends. The world Is getting
better nil the time and the churches
nre Improving with It, ns well as be
ing responsible for the Improvement
Rally for the good yacht Hawaii
She's a winner, und never went lntq
n rnee In better condition than (she
does today. Not only rally, but fjuck
her with your contribution.
Now that Mr, Hoogs has announced
that he is going to the Chicago con-.
ventlon they'll have to take cure that
the assembly is not stampeded for
"Billy." He's ripe for most uny po
Honolulu has big propositions on
Its hands for the next two years and
It needs big men in the munlclpn'
Board of Supervisors.
Judging from the returns In Massa
chusetts the old Bay State Is pro
gressive in every sense of the word.
It prefers the Taft brand.
It Is never too early to begin to
think over who will prove good and
practical candidates for the Board of
Supervisors for the City and County
Spend more money In educating the
people in good government und you
won't have occasion to expend so
much in carrying an election. It Is
men, not money, that's needed in Ho
Judging from the report of the fig
ure ut whlcb Albert Horner bus sold
NEWSPAPERS THEN AND NOW.
Many people complain of what they
calj ho yxuggerntloru and misrepre
sentations of the press of today, yet
they might alter their vIcwh If they
knew the press of a hundred or more
years ago, which. If not directly under
government control, always had the
government to fear, and which used
no pictures und only very small head
lines. We find some curious Information
about our Revolutionary war, fur
nished by the British press, In Sir
George Trevelynn's new volume on
"George III. and Charles Kox." The
English newspapers were then prob
ably Hid freest und most Independent
In Kurope, yet the news of such Im
portance ns that pertaining to the
American vvur wus Invariably "doc-
tored" before they were ullowed til
handle It. They ns-serted definitely
several times' In the course" of the
struggle that Washington's army had
been utterly destroyed, The London
Morning Post, which Is to this day
rabidly nntl-Auierlcan, was most pro
Uflcjn these statements.
Hurgoyne's surrender aC'Sarntoga
was turned Into tin untoward event In
which a number of Englishmen, get
ting tired of wrangling with somo
Americans, had the bud Judgment to
let them have their wuy. The destruc
tion of the British force at King's
Mountain was dismissed permanently
ns a false rumor. The news about
Washington' himself would seem In
credible. It was asserted losltlvely
more than once that he had deserted
to the British side.
Nor did the British people have any
means of Information through Parlia
ment, us neither reporters nor spec
tators were admitted to the debates.
It Is probable that they thought the
war was moving on to an easy and
It has a proven reputa
tion in cases of Poor Ap
petite, Belching, Heart
burn, Flatulency, Indi
gestion, Costiveness, and
'ria, Fever and Ague,
Don't experiment insist
It tones and invigorates
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co, Ltd., llllo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
nnd omnipotent, used the same crude
methods In the columns of the olll
clal Moiilteur, which alone wus al
lowed to dispeusH Information to
Prance, he was never beaten
Kxpcrlcncu has shown that the most
reckless nnd most misleading of all
newspapers nre those controlled by n
BUNGALOW FOR SALE
A bargain If told at once. Six rooms,
3 bedrooms) gas, electric light, city'
water, tewer. Fine .residence street,
Maklkl. Can be bought for $2900., Easy
,i ' i -
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
haute on Wilder Ave.,
near Oahu College.
on Wilder Ave.,
Tantalus residence, of General Davit,
.furnished, (lent reasonable on 1-year
, FOR SALE
i : '
Property in all parts of the city. x
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Jurfd Building
Developers that Stand,
Kdltor livening Bullotln:
Please allow mo space In your vnlu-J
able paper. In this morning's Adver
tiser (May 4) I saw- an article under j
the usual largo headlines, "Wnhlne'
Hill Land Hungry," etc., etc The nr-
tide as It Is written sliowed that thu.
person who wrote It, through Ignor-'
ance or misinformation, brings a slurl
on the Hnwnllnn Women's Association!
for Suffrage by mixing this with the
affairs of another hul known as (ho
"Homesteader Hul." J
The Hawaiian Women's Association
for Suffrage lias nothing to do with thu
good work of our Hawaiian sisters In
their efforts to obtain Government
homesteads. Undoubtedly some of tho
nicmbcrH..o( tho homestead hul nie also
membors of tho Suffrage Association,
but that fact cannot amalgamate thu
two bodk'H 03 one,
I hnllnvn Mm Hnwnllnn women nrn
hoy Imbued with tbo spirit of conscl-J
eiillously knowing that unless they!
struggle without fear to win their until
patties of life, pqtlgnlly or otherwise, I
niW-!li1iflJr, ,fi..iicl'V,.Iblltles can help
thc.m, they cannot us. a ruc.o escape
tho fatal cptiseqiiiinceB 'resulting from,
tho competition which Is moving at;
the present ago nil over the world.
MRS. CKCILIA K. SHARP!-:.
Secretary of the Hawaiian Women's
Association for Suffrage.
LJLJ oxidize especially to In thlt climate. The only way we can (LJfcJ
j5jjn& positively atture yoj of good retultt In developing and 5yS?
KvUg printing It by mixing our developers dally and handling jWw2
SsKS each film Individually. !
JB Go to Gurrey's B3
some of his holdings, he could never, victorious conclusion, nnd hence the
be accused of having to run tho Pith- defeut at Yorktown, with the attend
lie Works olllce Just us he wus told
because he needed the money repre
sented by the salary.
j o( Honolulu.
3 When the I
financial men of tho city
get together something ought to ro
silt for the general welfare of this
progressive town, provided they all
hive confidence In Its future and are
willing to'back It to tho limit.
. .j. -. ii
'Honolulu should go on record In
fih'or of , allowing nil the- lAmerlcan
ships flying the American flag to puss
tlfrougli the Panama Canal on an
equality. Goodness knows thnt they
will be In a minority among tho mer
connt ships of the world when the
Cjinal Is opened,
ant loss of tho Colonies, came as a
Napoleon hi the latter days of Ills
empire, when Ms mind hud hardened
Senator Smoot's substitute bill and into the belief that he was omniscient
Senator Bristovv's scheme for a grad
ual reduction of the tariff all go to
confirm the certainty that this Is no
"free sugar" season, though the
House of Representatives dots tuke a
tling at it In the hope of some good
Republicans who are seeking the
best results in government will de
niand that all candidates for public
olllce shall make themselves known
previous to the primaries. And con
vention delegates will be Instructed
to'refuse to vote for cundldatos roped
In under cover ut the last moment.
The Titanic disaster may have
brought a large number of Americans
to u knowledge of the fuct that,'
I thanks to a law that has been "ruln-
ous to shipping" the passengers who
Through a nle i-miMimmuted this
morning but expected for some days
pant iih tlu natural outcome uf tho
Kukulaii court decision,
& (o conn- lulu iiohsl-hhIo
The sale of 113h shares of stock, be-
during Yorn aiisi:nci:
FROM THi: ISLANDS wo nre
prepared to manage jour estute
und look utter your lntvrcts
here. You will find It greatly
to your advantage to plnce the
management of your nffalrs with
n responsible concern.
Come nnd see" us ns to terms.
924 BETHEL STREET
mi:s.saii:s koh ships at sua
UP TO 11 r.VHRY
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN,
Minle (if the best Im
ported' UnglNIi Pigskin. '
Formed to lit close with
out liliiiilr.g. ,
Price $7.00 -
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
(Continued from Pace 1
Interpretation of tho stn;ute, and thnt
such compliance has not been given,
they can tako steps to rctako posses
sion uf tlio Hoiru'Htondlng land now oc
cupied by IUndcrson and all the other
I W.1 t , ... I. . .. I vi"v
mis jmiiso m mo suua.iou is ciicii-i flrty.x ca,Cs probably will have to be
1 lug much comment .and speculation jrj jn eourt.
among the persons Interested In the,, t , m .
homesteading cases. Somo arc Inqlln-, Dip iMOTDCI cuntsf
ed to bellcvo that If tho Commissioner Dlw mllMo I HtL bHUW '
'and Governor, both of whom nro said I S COMING HERE SOON
to bo qulto fnmllalr with thu circiim-!
stum-pa miriminilliiR rac:i Immestend-I Among the iuikm-ihtmh on the Wil
ing case, conciuue mat all claimants lielmlnn, 'due here on the fourteenth.
have been acting 111 good faith under' nm tin. mel,er of line,, Pm nro.ii.-r
,tho popular Interpretation or tho lnvv, American Jvllnxtrels. who are billed tit
I which, was the only Interpretation to appear nt thrf Hawaiian Opera House
i be had until this recent decision, they m,,,, MHy u to 21 In nn nld-fashloned
, mny exienu tlio lime tor all. nrter on- minstrel entertainment, said to he the
I tulnlng n formnl showing of good fnlth l.e-u and 'mo-i expensively staged of
ai tho uniforms are less expensive and. In each Instame. , ,. 10 (laVH of'tle fummill
far inoro practical Tor every-dav imo' Tim nature of the action that will cievel.iinl Minstrels
than the civilian clothes worn at prcs-'bo taken by Tucker und the Governor Honolulu will be the first stopping
cnL ,on tlio Henderson enso Is unknown ut place of. the iiKBregatlou. which Ismuk-
The list of tax appeals Hied by plan- present, both olllcials themselves ns- K round-the-world tour fop tho
tntlons and smaller property-holders sorting that the subjec- has not boon purpose r demonstrating to the world
on the other Islands was expected to taken up hy them for detailed consld- ui rB0 le wonderful theatrical talent
reach Treasurer Conkllng's olllce to- erntlon and thnt It Is not likely to bo or tlo American negro
day. but failed to arrive. He said thu touched until 11m ilecrnn im imn m., . . .. .. .
longing to Albert llorn.r. was carried .May probably was due to tlio tabu- placed on file. This rormallty may not eKro mlns rcltrou.w tii a o n 1. be
out will. W P null, of Himml fc Itot . toting of total assessments and tho be completed for Severn: days. r per- "ire ,g ZV besides bring g"t own
""'"t.' ' "'' ' representing both alllollnt of tho appeal In each case, a haps longer. tru, Hd bind and orchestra incloZ
buver and seller Some time ugo Rob- Jou tlmt ImR kolt A8g0880r Wll.lor Should they decide that the claim- J "Z U T ! vnu. levU.e hem'lers ho
" r , , ."" ,"' "" "'"" uiu iigni in goou laiin to tlio now fo,- themselvis In the SUitex
came the ennttst In court, the brothers mm m mm mmmm m mmm, mmm mmmmmmm.mmm ,l( ." i:'u,",
Iwitli Icebergs In the Atlantic, and i truvol on American steamships are
floating mines In the Mediterranean
Honolulu Is the only port that the
(Jurists can make this season with
assurances of absolute safety
the best protected agulnst disaster of
any In the world. May thut help
thorn to a better support of the Amer
ican merchant marine. .
'Smith How Is your new furnaco
working theso cold days?
'Jones It doesn't give as much. hot
nlr as the man who sold It to me.
She I see that Carnegie Is golnt;
"Yep," replied Farmer Comtossol.
"Hut you didn't agrco with Ida opin
ions?" "Not ns a rulo. Hut It struck mc
that a man that could git up before a
crowd o people an lalk such a lot o
to, increase the number of marriages, junk at the top of his voice had real
,He How? I grit."
She lly establishing cooking schooldi
for brides, Aspiring Vocalist Professor, do you
lie You mean that he is going to think I will ever bo nblo to do any-
Increase tho number of widows. 'thing with mv voice?
i'Yoit admired that man because of
Perspiring Teacher Woll, It might
como In handy In case of fire or shipwreck.
The effort! we have made
to supply a pure, rich milk,
and the luccoie that hat
attended upon these ef
forts, have given a feeling
of security to all users of
Every dairy contributing to
this Association is kept in
a perfect sanitary condi
tion, and the Territorial
Veterinarian certifies to the
health of every cow.
opposing e.iih, oilier bitterly Hubert
jliirm-r held control und the sale, while
poilponeil l,j legul uctlou, was ullnoit
The li:is shares were sold for ap
proximately fjio.wv, the lurgest stock
j deal here In sonic time Davles ,V Co
i now huve the plantation unit other
pioperty entirely In their control.
"HONOLULU OUGHT NOT
(Continued from Page 1)
merco at tlio regular meeting to bo
held Wednesday afternoon ami It will
also bo taken up by tho Merchants' Ah
As Indicated by tho letter of Mana
ger Schwerln to Mr. Hnckfeld, tho
ability of tho Pacific Mall to carry out
its plans for now steamers and a Now
York-Oriental service via tho Panama
Canal and Honolulu, deponds on tlio
j lato of tho bill now before Congiess
. to discriminate against railroad-controlled
"I am not ipilto clear as to what Is
, meant by tho nows dispatch which
says that tho independent lines are
, backing tho proposed legislation.
; have not hoard that thu Amerlcnn-lla-
wallnti Steamship Company is In any
way connected with It," said Mr. Hack
fold "It uppears to mo that wo need
all-tie .American stcojiishlps wo can
eet. Much has been sali of tlio need
for steamslilp8 under tho American
Hag at an auxiliary to thu American
navy. These largo steamers which tho
Pacific Mall contemplated would servo
tlio purpose for which this argument
An order was Issued today by tho
Health Department compelling all
inosquiln Inspectors to wear uniforms,
which will bo Blmllnr to those worn
by tho other members of tho depart
mental forco. .A few or tho inspectors
already aio wearing thu uniform, nnd
Dr. McCoy says that none will object,
Kalmukl Ave., Kulmukl; 2 -bedroom
cottage, with lot, well
Improved, 100x150 flMO
Dulldlug lots, Pulolo Hill, Manoa
Valley and Kulmukl.
llouso und lot, Pulolo Hd 2200
Houses for Rent
Wnlnlne ltd ...2 11. H. JOO.OU
Munoa Vulliy .,.., 2 " 7500
Manoa- Valley -' " 75,00
9th and Puhoa'A'ye 2 " 40.00
Keeaumoku & Domlnls.' " CO 00
Kcwnlo ........2 H. It. tlC.OO
Pawaa, nr. King St 3 " 25.00
Ueretanln St 3 " 27.50
1260 Matlock Ave. 2 " 27.60
Lunalllo St 3 " 32.50
l.unalllo Ht 3 " 35.00
Kulukuitu Ave 4 " 4000
Manoa'Vn)ley 2 " -4500
Mfiong these nre Urovvn nml Undue.
slnelnjr -cartnonhts: 1M Tolll'ver, In
iiHiiioliigue: Happy Young, the Imtonlc
wlard; Quail"!' frlurk, the triple
tohKiied cornetft Mnxwjl und his
wondi-rful coiply llccle' lict: IVnrl
MAppIn, the girl who sings "to bent
the land," and the "Texus Tommy
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
Immense assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc, set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
17y." ', ;Z&'iiy