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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1012.
commissioners would linvo tlio Judg
ment to cut out politics anil endeavor
mi fur ns possible to maintain the IiIkIi
icputatloii which the educational de
partment ban hitherto held.
E V E IYI IS7 G B V 1 , LETIK
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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLAH: R. FARRINGTON Editor
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MAY 22, 1912
lie good to the depths of you and Jioii m discover that those around ou
H'ii be good, even In the same depths. iacterlim.l(.
Information lias been brought to llie B u I i c I I n th.il Principal Cope
land in Ins anxiety to carr through Im schemes at the sessions of the Super
vising Principals, has gone so far as to threaten that Supervising Principal
Navmond of Lahaina would lose his position unless he voted with the Copc
lind combination of Maui. This i politics lo the limit and unworthy of
any Supervising Principal of the public schools. If the information is sup
potted in all details by Mr. Raymond, Mr. Copeland should be dismissed
from the cmployof the department without further ceremony. If Commis
sioner Aiken is mixed up in any game or lalk of the same kind he should
also have the good sense to get out.
After tin- foregoing n vultten t lie II r II t I ii'h Information vva
Iwrtul li an utlldavlt sworn to lit Mr It.iwnnml.
OUR MERCHANT MARINE.
London, May 8. The Pall Mall Gazelle publishes as a
startling fact a report by the Medical Officer for the Port of
London that no vessel flying llie Stars and Stripes arrived in the
Thames in the whole of last year.
We do not know why London should be startled by this disgraceful
showing for the American merchant marine, but we do know that it should
cause every American with a drop of loyal blood in his veins lo sit up and
'I his record is shameful.
Certainly it should not be made more distressing by the enactment of leg
Mation that will make the operation of ships under ihc American flag less
attractive than it is today.
I lonolulu should do more than its share toward building up the American
merchant marine, not only for the love of Honolulu but for the love of coun
try to which every citizen should give more than a grudging dollar allegiance.
fCnntlntiArl Imm Pana 1V
of I nf nn fry, one battalion of Held ar
tillery, two companion of coast nrtll-l
lery, one company of engineers, and1
auxiliary snnltnry nnd signal troops
somewhat short of tlio proper propor
tion for thin number nf men. This
nuinlicr of organizations actually
means more rifles nnd sabres tnnn'
would bo the case If the troops were
stationed In ooiillnoni.il Prilled States,
for In Ilnvvall nnd the Cnnal Zone n
company of Infnntry consists of 72
Instend of 05 enllsied men. nnd a troop!
of ravalrv of "0 Instead of til, on a
ponco footing. Tliero Is also the ad
ditional II men per company for tlio i
two coast artillery organizations.
While there are naturally some n i
cancles In the ranks, many caused by
absence nnd detail. It Is known that
the organization, are recruited up to
very near their authorized strength.
Taking the follow lug figures will not
be far from representing (he present
strength of the Army bore.
Twelve troopi of cavalry ."in ollleers
and '.ml men.
Tw cut j -four companies of Infnntry
-ion onicers and WOG men.
llnlf a regiment of field nrtlllcry
21 nfllccrH and 43! men.
Two emiipniilrji of coast artillery
and post stnff 8 ollleers nnd 23.1 men.
One company of engineers nnd post
staff d ollleers and l.'fl men.
Sanitary nnd signal tioops about
IS ollleers and 100 men.
Department staff 7 ollleers.
This foots up a grand total of 20.'.
ofllecrs and :IS02 enlisted men mi Oahu
today. These figures nre based on
full authorized strength of tlio organi
sations, but It Is hardly likely that
fore than 10 per cent, would have to
be subtracted t oget the nctual nunvj
tier oi snores unit nucs 111 mo urui)
A representative of California cap
llatlsts will arrive In Honolulu within
a few days to Investigate tho plans of
.1. O. I.tit ted for a big plneapplo can
nery at Kapaa, Kauai.
News from the Coast today Is lo
the cITect that t.ulted's success In
Hunting (he cannery company Is nbotit
assured. The 'Coast capitalists, It Is
said, sent a man here two uarH ago
to look Into a cannery proposition, hut
nt that time ho was unable to llnd a
suitable site and secure the necessary
enntrncta for bis pines. Now tho
samo people nre beginning lo bo In
terested In the Kapaa plan.
Lulled himself Is expected hero In
a few v'veeka.
Wouldn't lie surprising to bear dm
Colonel say that Lincoln was tho
Itooscvoll of bis age.
According to tho old darky, "the
vurld do niiivo" It wis but a few
yenrs ago that Hoosovelt was suro of
Ida ground, and Talt was at
cheering for Teddy.
Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion who arc led by the nose by Cope
land and his political associate will
bo In a fair way to smirch the pli mi
ld record made by the public uchcol
or Hawaii Blnco tho days of Charles
It. Illshop. Tho school program has
homo , hitherto been always progreHslvelv
NO STRIKE; THEY
WANTED T0SEE TRIAL
The police station was the scene of
excitement this morning, when a
number of Spanish and Portuguese
immigrant. Including women and
children, gathrrtl in front of Kit main
entrance of tho receiving "tu'.lou aud
practically blocked, the sltk-vvj'k ror
a few minute Pqllce Cnptatn Nell
cn, wliii was on duty, bad to order the
Tho Immigrants, according to tho
tor). struck this morning at Aioa
plantation on account of low wages,
but .Sheriff Jurrctt. when seen nft.)--wards,
said cmphaticallj tliat there
mix no strike at Alva.
Joseph Rose, SpmilHb Interpreter 111
Judge Monsarrat's court, happened
along ami lii'iulnd about the pres
ence of the Immigrant Through him
It vvas learned that the gatlurlng wns
due to the iinxlctv of the irowd to wit
ness the trial of Mall ml II Prcltas,
Portuguese, who li licensed of having
trlul to bang Ids wife jisterday on
. i . . . .
When perfected tho plans that arol -'oncrni urani nau two terms a
being nuiilo In tho War Department President, did well whllo in olllcc, then
for tlio use of ulr craft, will bring this Inured the world, was -ecelved by nil
country into tho front ranks In that,"11' "owned heads and mado much of
department of war machine.
Tliero isn't the slightest doubt that
tho Republican pnity a't Chicago will
bavu tho best usslstnnco that tlio Tor
illory of Hawaii can glvc-i-.isslslanco
In everything from shouting to voting
HcIubco, tho great play-actor. Is
(ompliiluliig that tliero is a shortage
of :iung men for the stage. It wo can
hold on to enough to plant onions and
do the chores It Is pretty certain that
wo can worry along.
"Tho hand Hint rocks tlio cradle
rules Ihu world" Is nil right and still
holds Itn plnco at tho top of tho col
umn. Is there any dauber o.' it being
bumped to ono side by "The hand that
lucks tho windows rules tho world"?
For the lovo of Honolulu Is as good
ii slogan as "Watch Hllo Orovv." You
can't stop any city that has behind It
tho cntlius'iisni nnd loyalty of cit
izens who lovo tholr country and lovo
their town nnd nro not us'.mmed to
President Taft advocntOH u .'ongor
term for tho President In serve, with a
second term out o tho quoxllon. It
would relieve tho -"luiUy, of tho tin
pleasant Bpectnclo o' a President and
an ox-I'resldent cnmpajgplut, tlio
country for votes., ,
In 1SS0 ho attempted to capture :i
third term but his defeat was over
riietuilng. It Is Ktr.iugo that so plain
a warning In American hlutory should
nut bo li 'Piled.
A few weeks ago lloosevelt, In n
upi-ccli nt Worcester, stated that Pres
ident Tnft was present nt n cabinet
meeting nt which It was voted to hold
mi tho Harvester Trust prosecu
tion: and attempted to rub It
In deeper by Baying that ac
cording to his recollection, Secre
tary Tnft mado tlio original motion
that was carried. President Taft Iiiih
proved ho was on his way to the
Philippines when tho meeting vvas
hold, so llioi o tho matter ends.
You are wanted for (Jovornmrnt posi
tion tfcO month .Send postal for
list of position open, rranklln In
stitute, Dept. 4371'., Rochester, N. Y.
Wednesdnv. May 22,
Tompcrnluro 0 a m., 73; 8 a. m.,
7S; 10 n. m.. M; 12 noon, 70; mini
mum Inst nlgbl. 72.
Wind fi n. m., velocity 7, direction
12.; S n. m.. velocity S. direct Ion K.i
10 n. in., velocity II. direction N.I2.J
12 noon, vclocltv 12, direction 12. Move
ment pant 21 hours. 264 miles.
Ilaromcler nt S a. in., "10.10. Itcln
live humidity, 8 a. m., fin. Dew-point
nt S a. in., (in. Absolute humidity, 8 a.
ltnlnfnll past 21 hours. Trace.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho prize offered by the Moana
hotel, n sliver cup. for the tennis tour
nament, Is on exhibition In II. P.
Wlchtnnn & Co 's window.
Land Commissioner Joshua Tucker
returned yesterday from Maul, vvhero
he has .been Investigating boundaries
nnd minor land matters the last threo
Abrahnm Joseph this morning
changed his plea to guilty of burglary
In tlio second degree, and Judge Rob
inson suspended scntenco for thirteen
Dr. McCoy left for Molokal last
evening, to take the place of I-'. L. Gib
son, tho pharmacist, who Is coming lo
I lonolulu for n business visit ot sever
nl days' length.
Judge Whitney granted a dlvorco to
Oeorglana Williams Wright from
James Ki Wright, and gave her per
mission to resume her maiden name
of Oeorglana .Williams.
ltamon Lojwz this morning pleaded
guilty to two Indictments, charging
assault and battery. Judge Robinson
sentenced him to keven months' Im
prisonment for the ono and six months
for the other.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Wo have Just received and Installed
In our burglar and lire-proof safe de
posit vault an ndllllioual supply of
double-nose, private key steel boxes
which wo oiler
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
according to size.
Just Hie place for the riitr- stoinga
of Valuable Papers. Documents:. In
surance Policies, Jewciryi Hllvcr, elc.
Call and Let Us Show You
the vault aud llie boxes; they will Ill
lei est ou, whether on wish tu rent
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
EVERY PI CTURIi, large or small,
should have proper consideration in
its framing. This you will get at
6 ., $ .v $ ' y -V i ! I i- . 'J V
NEW FLAG TO FLY.
Piano and organ lessons, 15 month
Muceess guaranteed; over IS enrs'
experience Also pianos tuned nnd
repaired Mr Arthur Anderson, core
of Mr lloHiin, cor llotil and
Piindibowl Si r:ll-r,i
If the Commissioners of Public
Instruction go off on a tangent, Gov
ernor Frenr's administration will havo
nearly completed Its circle of wild
horao antics. Tho I-und Hoard has
thrown a large number of nntl-admln-Istratlon
(Its. The, Harbor Commls
skin has not enthused over admlnls
tratlon plans. The Oahu Dolt Hnndj
Commission doesn't know whether It
Is In sympathy with tho Gnvornor or
not. If Cnpeland's predictions nro
correct, tho Commissioners of Public
Instruction aro now In a fair way to
feed tho antl-I-'rcar campaign by cre
ating a row In the educational depart
ment, If It Is politics thoy want, thoy
will get plenty of It Tho Territory
would benefit Broptly, however, If tho
"Hopo springs ctcrnnl In tho humani "IJcrtha told mo a secret tho other
hopo Is a great jollier."
NorvotiH Visitor Will
blto mo, llttlo boy?
'-s Eagor Little Hoy If you want
' soo, I'can sic him on you.
annoyed, What's tho
day and I can't toll you what It Is."
"I've forgotton It."
Ldltor Tliero Is a samenoBs about
your poetry, I regret to Bay.
Magazine Poet (hastily) What?
Kdltor A sameness.
Magnzlno Poet Oh. That Is better.
I thought you said suueness.
Milk forms a most im
portant Item in the dietary
of children, and the utmost
ctre should be exercised
In providing an absolutely
pure milk and yet a milk
rich in food value.
It is such a milk as this
that we are furnishing our
customers. Our cows are
n perfect health, they are
fed on rich alfalfa, and
every care Is uted to ai
jure perfect cleanliness
lH'MNCl YOUIl AIISI2NCK
ITtOM Till: ISLANDS wo nro
prepared. to nuinnge jour cstnto
nnd look after your Interests
here. You will find It greatly
to your ndvantago to place tho
management ot your nllulrs with
a responsible concern.
Come and see us as to terms.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
When rourth of July breezes '
riffle the national colors, every.
!' iirni) flagstaff on Oahu will lly '
the new Hag of the t'nlted v
Slates. To the casual observer v
' Old Glory vvlfl look the samo as
ever, but it careful Inspection '
will sbow that two now stars
! have been added, aud that for
the Hrst tlmo In many years tho v
Held is symmetrical, being com-
posed of six horizontal lows of '
elglit stars to a row. Arizona '"
mill New Mexico will have rep- i
resenlntlmi from Jul 4. their
stars Joining tliose of the sis- '
ter States on that day.
Tlie depot iiuurterinastir will
vvltbln a fevvdayHput Ilia reipil- '
sltlnn for u sulllclent number '
of tlio new flags to dress every $
Hurt In the military establish-
inent of Oahu. The old Hags
will be turned ill to division '
henibiunrtcrs at San l'ranelscn, -'.i
mid from tliero forwarded to
Washington, vvhero they will lie '
eitlier re-mndo or condemned,
according to their condition and
length of service. v
.: .:. .. ... 4. At $ ... .J. t. $ $ ! !
HUGE RIVER BRIDGE MOVED.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Missouri Pa
ellle Itallroad Company's new Knvv
river bridge, weighing 3,000.000 lbs.,
una placed on box car trucks anil
moved ein-t 1LT feet recently. Threo
minutes after the preliminary work
bad been (-ornplctcd und the cables at
lacbed to tho brblgo bad been pullul
taut tho massive structuro wns resting
on tlie new piers.
LUCK CLOVER FOR ROOSEVELT
A Pennsylvania admirer of lloose
velt recently sont him a package con
taining 100 four-leaf clovers. The man
hardly needed to explain Hint IIiIh was
dnno to tnvlln good luck, hut did ho In
a nolo, and added: "I would havu sout
you more, but I nm now ralhcr bus
looking for a wife."
I'OIt INSTANT COMMUNICATION
WITH Till: OTIIHIt ISLANDS AND
WITH SHIPS AT SHA A
Thirty cases of Men'
new Summer Style Just
8. S. HAWAIIAN
These are on the newest
lasts and leathers. Patent
Leathers, Tan Calf and
Russia, Black Dull Calf
and Black Ruatla.
Cornel you'll find lis
busy with low prices on
good footwear' as the ex
planation. GOOD SHOE REPAIR
ING A SPECIALTY.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. Tel. 1782
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box 046
Condncti all classei of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work
Furnlihed house on Wilder Ave,
Furnlabed house on Wilder Ave, near
Oahu College) $45.
Furnished house on Hastings St.
four bedrooms) $100.
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1year
Suggestions given for simplifying
J,or systematizing office work. All
Nolto's changed hands today, and,
ns rumored a week ago, Mrs. J. W. L.! Aetlng Governor Molt-Smlth today
McOulro, formorly Miss Krcderlkn approved tho ro-loeatlon ot tho now
Nolle, Is tho now owner. Tho prlco right-of-way of tho Oahu Hallway &
paid Is said to ho $20,000. which also Land Co., at Walpahu. This cuts out
lakes In tho Ilelllua holdings In Pa- tho long detour of tho railway lino
Into valley. Mr. Ilelllna Is selling out lending into tho mill-yard, giving a
on account of Ill-health. Mrs. MtUuIro main lino lo tho mill, lessening tho
Is tho daughter of the founder. I tlmo and eliminating much of tho
a i 'clanger encountered over tho present
Lnhnpa Oplo Ah Kep wns granted route,
a dlvorco from Chun Keo by .ludgo' s
Whllnny this morning on tho uvldenco liullotln ads best Iliislness dri
er noiisiipport. trrs.
About ono hundred man took part
In tho annual sucker "drive" at Srho
isovus (Now York) In tho pond of tho
electric light company, aud tho num
ber of suckers cnught by nctual
count was 121.1. Tho llsh nro not
hooked hut cnught In a largo not
which Ik put down through a cliaiuigl
In the Ico.
Houses for Rent
An 111 tide of amendment In tlio eon
stltutlnn providing' for tlie Inlllutlvo
and referendum In Massachusetts was
defeated In tho Massachusetts House
Hev Dr. J Frank Norrls, pastor ot
tho Flint Daptlst church ut Tort
Worth, Tex , on trial charged with per
jury, wns declared not guilty by 11
jury An Indictment charging urson
Is yet to be tried.
Knlmukl Otli und
! " 1O.OO
Ilerelaiilu St Iledrooms J25.00
Luualiln St 3 " 35 00
Lunalllo St S " .10.00
Matlock Ave. S " 27.&0
Judd St .'I " 60 00
Kalakaua Ave 4 " 40.00
Maklkl SI 3 " 35.00
Kalllil ftd and Ileek-
ley St 4 " 35.00
Palolo Hill (4 mos.
to Oct. 1) 1 ' 75.00
Property in all parts of .tho city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
At tho solicitation of I ho attorneys
lor tho C. W, Ilooth cstnto tho Acting
(overnor has been Investigating tho
proposed condemnation nf tho Paiina
springs, which aro desired as a part nf
tho Honolulu water system. Whllo
tlio additional supply is badly need
ed now, ho said, It probably will bo
impossible to lako dclinito action now
townid tho beginning of condemnation
proceedings, ns tho fund for tho pros
ecution of tho caso and eventual pur
Hinso of tho property Is not available.
Mid will not bo until tho proposed
bond flotation in the Ivast Is mado.
Po you mint to reach country peo
ple Uso the Weekly liullotln.
Accurate, reliable timekeepers
with watch movements.
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad.
Ours aro guaranteed, They aro
Imported direct from France.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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