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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912.
E V ENTNG BUIi LETIN
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CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
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ACTION AND TIIEJJOVERNORSHIP.
Tlie sudden departure o( Mr. L. Icnncy I'cck for Washington, follovv
iii8 on llie liccls of the recent activity of Governor Frcar's closest friends,
give the public reason lo believe tli.it a change is contemplated in the Gov
ernorship of this Territory.
Just what the President has in mind the Bulletin is free to confess,
it docs not know. We has no assurance from any quarter that Mr. Frcar
will not be reappointed. We doubt if Mr. Frcar or his friends have assur
ances. Mr. Peck may be going to discuss Territorial bonds or Rapid Tran
What we all hnpc, however, is lint the Governorship matter will be
frilled al the earliest powiblc moment.
What Hawaii needs, what the country needs so far as this section of the
national interests arc concerned, is action, definite action.
Willi the Governor, the Delegate, I'ic National Committeeman and the
President in Washington, action should be possible.
Who Is jour favorite candidate fin
Silver v Ism ?
All Hawaii congratulates the flint
graduates "f the College of Hawaii
Thin In rather hot weather, but
cross-my-lliioul It Is must iiiiiisu.il.
Soon I lie rain-making machinist will
bo In demand, unless enough bombs
aro let off on the Fourth.
Uvorbody knows that more people
read Ihe Hill let In than any other
paper published In Hawaii
When a dentist bill Rets to the
Supremo Court of the United Stales,
the dental fraternity Is going some.
Wlille there Is money In the city
tronsiir) there ought to be homo def
inite, policy worked out fu,' pernia-1
ueiit street construction.
He.illy tho lluplil Transit ought to
be extended to Pearl Harbor before
the ships begin to pass through the
ennui .ibimt fifteen months hence.
Everybody is grabbing for the tax
money. Investment In permanent
const met inn is a pnllcv Unit will pay
tho City and County of Honolulu.
Of course Honolulu wants an arm
ory, anil of c nurse it should have a
good one (let together and do some-
thing worth while "for Hip love of
It would seem Impossible that the
country lias so far lost its sense, as to
allow Congress to adjourn with a rcc.
ord of failure to uphold tho prestigo
of llio navy.
(let out the watering' cart, u motor
water cart, unless tho Rapid Transit
Is willing to make a bid for the good
will of the community by putting on
bomo trolley water carts
If this Is tho vcar for heavy reduc
lions In tho public building bill, Ho
nolulu cull rest comfortably under tho
iissiiraiico that It Is not likely to need
I ho money to build this oar.
What's the use nf talking about the
wonilcis of a gold mine when you
have llio record nf Hawaiian Com
mercial before you. If all of them
wero llko that it would bo great
Wo arc lemlndcd that tho radicals
of today aro tho innsorvatives of to-
A Connecticut youth has p.uycd tho Clinton Did ou got In without your
piano continuously tor slxty-llvo bourn, v,lto hearing you lust night?
.hM, ..u., ii... ...
juu eio a siavo
when n young man' weren't you?"
"Yes, villi; 1 vvus ono o' do six bes'
tellers in ol' Kalmuck,"
Per Hl Monllia $ ..'(I
Pel Year. nn)Vvhcio In U S... 1.0(1
Per Venr, anyvvhero In (.'.'Hindu 1,30
Pei Year, posti aid, foreign . . . 2.00
SmeTce tl Ibc Poimmrc M llnnni&la
is Tn1-clm millet
JUNE 4, 1912
morrow, when the Workers of the
Win til nie roundly promt by Social
ists and labor federations generally
A combination between Hearst,
Hojs Murphy and Champ Clark is
rumored. Wouldn't that be a tilum
v Irate to en forth Into the nation rais
ing its united voice against a third
Congress must have decided that It
will be necessary to do a llttlo polities
after the conventions. Thcro Is no
sign of adjournment and the Repub
lican convention meets two weeks
That South Coast Yacht Club does
not Intend to allow Honolulu to hold
tho yachting- honors of the Pacific un
less the yacht Hawaii runs for It like
a bird on the wing. They nro real
sports "down south."
Harmon has told llryan that be
would rather bo disappointed In tho
number of delegates be is getting than
inflict bis party with frequent cnndl
d.icy and Impossible victory. So the
Democrats aro saying n few things
on their own account.
Wo aro very much Inclined to the
belief that Ihe Flnpld Transit (oulil
get most uverythlng It wants from
Honolulu If It wcro not frequently in
the position of being unwilling to do
that which the community wants. A
liberal policy begets a liberal policy.
So lung us thero Is water for tho
ships to sail in, wo fail to understand
how anyono can absolutely sew up
tho steamship transportation of tho
world, or even of Hawaii, (lot ready
for many lines not nun only com
ing through the Panama Canal to Ho
Kvery Hopubllcan convention since
tho Now Jersey primaries has result
ed in tho election of two sets of del
egates. If wo only know which crowd
was n tho majority, It might bo pos
slblo to flguru out tho status of tho
delegato count with somo degree of
If "good men" hcsltato to nrccpt ap
pointment to tax nppeal boards, and
i "good men" refuso to tako part In
I politics, then thero Is no reason In
tho wide world why they should rnlso
!tho slightest objection If tho country
Is run by others. No one need huvo
tho slightest sympathy with tho man
who knows his duty, but won't do it.
Clublelgh No; and I didn't get In
without hearing her, cithor.
"That man has an Idea that ho uiv
dcrstamlH women. He's a widow or. I
iu,u. ji no n hut- uuy buuii lueu us
that lio's a bachelor,"
Quick nnd frequent liiler-lsland
steamship service will bo one of tho
best business builders of tho Terri
tory. It ought to mnko people feel
that they lire all citizens of one Ter
ritory, Instead of a lot of llttlo com
munities, each haggling to gain n llt
tlo advantage. As tho people become
better acquainted (hey ought to bo
Tuft's request for full publicity dur
ing the meetings of tho National Com.
nilttee is typical of tho man. I lo
docsn t waul 4t If It has to bo won by
the gum-shoo, behlml-tlie-door system
of politics. In fact wo nro Inclined to
believe that tho President believes in
tho open and iibovc-boaril Bulletin
style of doing politics. And -Link
Itolsteln will bo thcro to second tho
All hail tho warships of tho Ger
man nation on a friendly visit to this
country. May the day be net far dis
tant when Americans of this part nf
the world will be the fortunate once
to express our good will to (Inrinniiy'D
naval leprescntatlvrs stopping nt this
poit Uermnny has given us some of
the best men of our nation nnd wn
have a number nf good ones under
way to Join our citlrenshlp In this
part ot the world
(Continued from Po 1)
Pearl Harbor cxtenslun plans." ho
said to a representative of tho II ul
1 o t I it Just before noon. "As you
know, our bill Is now before Congress.
Hut there Is n possibility that Con
press will adjourn early without tak
lug net inn on tho bill, and wo should
bo materially dolavcd In our coiiBtruc
Hon plans. Wo havo much of our
equipment, such as ties and steel
rails available, and after waiting tor
three .venrs nro anxious to lmvo the
bill passed nt this session. It Is to
work for this that I am going to. Wash
Ington." Says Not on Politics.
"Is your visit of political signifi
cance?" ho was nsked.
"No, not al all," ho replied.
Comment was made Hint tho repmt
was cm rent that recent developments
in tho Governorship situation were, lu
part at least, responsible for his trip,
but ho reiterated that this is not his
What lends color of plausibility to
tho reports Is thnt for a number of
mouths Mr. Peck has been regarded as
one of the "cllglbles" for tho Govern
orship, and one who not only would
iccclvo strong support from Ilnwailnn
citizens and interests, but would bu
looked upon with favor by Delegate
Kuhlo. Somo time ago tho rumor was
cut that tho Delegnto had Indicated
.Mr. Peck as a man ho could conscien
tiously suppoit for tho position.
.Mr. Peck could not say this morn
lug how long his absence is likely to
be. Thnt of course will depend upon
tho progress of tho right-of-way bill.
Tho largest company check ever
drawn on the Hank of KiikIiiikI was
that by the Itnjiil Miiil-CUkr Dcnip
ler SttnitiKhlp Company, the other day,
for JM.SOT.MiO. In payment (for the
t'nlon Castle Ktc.imhi Line, which
gives the buyers a tleet of ilO steam
rs, more than l.oon.iiOO tons aggregate,
the largest iiitoiiut under jiny one
"house Hag" in the world.
Tho milk wo serve to our
customers Is a pure, rich
milk from healthy cows
that aro fed on tho best
of slmplo feed.
Wo take every precaution
to maintain perfect clean.
Hnoss in all departments,
and wo assure our custom
ers that the milk they re.
ceive from us la uncon
No. of Bdrooms
Tantalui 3 $40.00
Kaimukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalia Road 2 25.00
Qullck Avenue 2 25.00
Kinau Street 3 60.00
Kahala Beach 2 105.00.
Puunul Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 75.00
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.50
Pacific Height 5 10000
Beretania Street 4 75.00
Walplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 50.00
Wilder Avenue 6 20.00
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street 2 22.50
King Street . 2 20.00
Alowa Heights 2 20.00
Lunalllo Street 3 30.00
Kaimukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Btckley and Kallhi Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalli Avenue 2 18.00
Maumae 1...(See book)
Hillside nnd Lower Mnnoa Road ,...3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kaimukl 2 27.D0
Nuuanu Street ' 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 25.00
Young Street 4 18.00
P.iwna Lane 2 18.00
Magazine Street 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Sec the Display of ji
III Hand -Colored Platinums S
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
Tim strike of wcuvors nt the plunt
t tlie 'orr Manufacturing Company,
lit Taunton, Muss., initnufiictiircrK of
print i loth, witii iiinli-iibly net tied ii lid
tlie SOU upir.itlvcH returned to their
Large 'terraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna Rise $500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
diningroom, kitchon, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Makikl Street 2 Bodrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Koeaumoku Street 2 "
Piikoi Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kalihi Road and Beckley Street 4
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1
Kalakaua Avenue s 4
Judd Streot 3 "
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalilo Street 3 "
Lunalllo Streot 3 "
Berotanla Street '. 3 " .
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
frfr-.ltt mt ..MfrsWajifo
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
You'll never miss tho water
1 Until the well runs dry;
Yilu'll never miss tho roses
Until they scattered Hoi
You'll never miss tho songbird
j Cut II It long has flown;
You'll never miss your chnncos
Until you old havo grown.
You'll never miss your mother
i li in n sue, mo, nas gono;
You'll uovcr miss tho green hills
1 Until nf beauty Bliorn;
. You'll never miss a truo vvlfo
Until nlono you'ro left;
You'll never miss your childron
Until you aro bereft.
You'll never miss your friends, boys,
Until jour mimoy'B lost;
You'll never miss tho wasted tlmo
Until you count tho cost;
You'll never miss God's sunshlno
Until tho Winter's blast;
You'll novrr tnlss life's pleasures
Until your llfo is past.
OHO. 1 1 1 KOHNKIt.
Two Cottages, Kallhi 1800
Cottage, Harboltle Lane s00
Cottage, Harbottle Lone 1200
Collage, Harboltle Lane 17S0
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft 110
Lot. 20 and 21, Dlk. 8, Kewalo 1
2. Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3-Bedreom House, Pllkoi Street 4750
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 q- ft 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings Street.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue 45
Cottage, Manoa (three months) 50
Tantalui Residence of General Davis.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
S; II) K. S. (lOOIIIlUK
Ah! Oh! I
A nalisty day, jou know!
How out of tho ordn'ry,
Ilenlly most cxtr-ordn'ry,
You vas not
Do whole Bhccsie, )ou looks leedla
I vunts meln beer and meln saucr
If you blouse!
Sucre nom do Dlcu,
1 vlll laughter like von blue shtrenks,
At do Rtrnn-go Amcrlcnn shocks
O'lm rale sor-ry.
Hut ol was bor-in a 1U111n1ycr.it,
Can't vnto for nary other rat
Do yo ken I can
lixeest nn' grnvv husky
Wl na par-rldge an" 11a vvhuskcy
Cnnis on do cars
From Sehveeilen on do srhtcotner boat,
I'm now American; ills year I veto
Mo no Ictta
Anotha man mnko 1110 foola,
I go American schoola
Co back China; this lime makco
1'lanty money, vvnshce, bakce
Darn tho luck,
That old Buck's
Ixist the senso ho had nt birth;
I'laguo tako hlni and all he's worth
IIIX'OHIl SNOW l'ALI
Alt rernnis In Kansas wero broken
by this winter's snowfall. It aver-
aged live feet six Inches over tho
State. Tho railroads havo nover ho-
foro been tied up so frequently am!
for such long porlods. Tho Santa Ve
main Uno was btocKcu lor iwciiiy-siji
iliiya and Bomo branch lines much
longer. Following tho lust heavy
snowstorm tho Union I'aclllc had for-ty-sovon
pnssengor and freight en
gines stalled In tho snow on 200 miles
..r l,-,.rlr II la nntllllllled thnt It CUSt
tho railroads $100,000 to feed tho
Biiiivv-bouml passengcrB 111 Kansas
during tho winter.
We have just
Of the popular
the very latest
We are also showing tho
newest Ideas In Black Satin
and Velvet Pumps for
King and Bethel Streets
We want you to know
that we have a new lino of
Made of new soft cream
leather, with the non-slip
Little Cents 9-13j.. $2.50
Boys 1-54 2.75
Men 6-11 3.00
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St. Phono 1782
You have many negatives
worthy of enlarging.
Let us have them. The ex
pense of enlarging is not great.
Black and White or Sepia.
SKI3 I1XAMPLRS IN OUK
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
Accurate, reliable timekeepers
with watch movements.
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad.
Ours are guaranteed. They are
Imported direct from France.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
Unto Jim books joii mint hound,
ruling done, or books made, send them
to fho Ilullctln Job nrlutlnb' nud