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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNC 7, 1912.
DAILY 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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R TARRINGTON Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
i.u mm; in i,i,i:ii hi:i:m hiu,i:iin
Tor Mnntli tinv where In I' S $ ,"i Per Six Month . $ .5(1
IVi l)u liter nil) where In I S 2.01! Per ear, nnj where In V S 1.(10
I'er , ear invwhen 111 I S t.00 Per Year, nnj where In Canada 1.80
1'erte.ir postpaid, foreign 12.00 Per enr, posh aid, foreign 2.00
-y - . tidJcorltil kooma,
5 t B.l bus!iicns Office,
ftnleitd ft! Ibe Pattnflicf ftl llnnnlola
JUNE 7, 1912
Inkg ill) Ji'ilioiii l(iwn'lcdgc u n'caV, ami useless, ami (non'lcilgc Without
ml.-gnli n dangirous anil dtemltul -Johhsan
D"!-ga'e Kulno's election lo rclu-- liomc without attending llic Chicago
("mention p l no means a mrprnc 1 ew expected thai lie would sit in the
convention Willi Governor Ercar Just vvlnt the Delegate intends to do, the
Bulletin has no idea. But the incident indicates that it is iniKmiblc
lo keep the Prcar conlrbvcrsv out of tin coming election, unless some middle
giound is reached, whereby the controversy can he eliminated in fact as
well as in name.
es of Interest, nud ho in Knliulul in
tlmo lo lake tho Clnuilluo or nn oilier
hont on (he run Maul linn n lot of In
foresting scenic exhibits Tor the malt
Mill The tendency heretofore has
been Hint, nil tourists eomliiK to llo
noliilu nre" told to hnng around llono
lulu nnil tnko In the Volcano as a slilo
Issue Nothing li suggested concern .
liiK Mnul or Kaunl Some linvo said
that It Is ii)i to the outer islands to
provide tlio means of nttrnttlvo trav-
elers. Ver true Hut tho Honolulu
lobblat don't sa so when thev nrei
beforo legislative lomtnlttocs bogging'
(or promotion money j
The Klhel wharf n now planned bj
the Harbor Commission Is going to liP
a Oodsend lo the Kula farmers, and.
et some people nay It I for the bene-
fit of (he Knliulul Hnllrond ftimp-mv '
which Is not so The establishment o(
the Klhel wlinrf as planned nnd up
proved will In (he future be the tnci.ns
of Inducing the railroad company to,
extend Its line toward Kuln Just as It;
li now doing with the Haiku cxtcn
I slncerolv hope. Mr IMltor, that
some pood will result from (his sug
ppKtlon. (live Ihe Harbor Commission
all tho mono it requires nnd we will
I.RVo our wharves This inn only be
i(Ti.,nl 111 llin I. .... III. 1 ,,l,ltl I l
VllLtlt U I'J tin. n iijpiv iiiiiiiii,, ii.
pledRo their legislative choice lo Ret
Itond Commissions ale n farte Rive
Ihe Ilo.trds of Supelvlsom nil load
m.. in.. .iinl Hi. li I 1 1 li ii I ii mill ,nmlu
II IFIll'J tlllll i.lll llll.l mil llillili
mill wihkiim. mnMiiiin nun iiuiiiiiKU
w i coi:i,Ho
Juno 15, PI12.
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
TanUlui . 3 $4000
Kaimukl, 8tli Avenue 3 4000
Kalla Road 2 2500
Qulick Avenue 2 2500
Kinau Street 3 6000
Kahala Beach 2 105OO
Puunul Street 3 6000
Nuuanu Street 6 7500
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.60
Pacific Heights 5 10000
Beretania Street 4 7500
Waiplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 50 00
Wilder Avenue 6 20 0C
Pua Lane . 2 17.00
KlnB Street 2 2250
King Street 2 2000
Alcwa Heights 2 20 00
Lunaldo Street v 3 3000
Kaimukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Beckley and Kalihi Road 4 3500
Young Street 2 2000
King Street 3 3500
Alakea Street 3 4000
Kalli Avenue 2 1800
Maumac 1...(See book)
Hillside and Lower Mania Road .. .3 4000
12th Avenue, Kaimukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 3500
Nuuanu Street 2 2500
Young Street 4 1800
P.iwj.i Lane . ... 2 . . . 18 00
Magazine Street . . 3.., 22 50
Two Cottages, -Kalihi ""
Cottage, Harbottle Lane ; "
Cottage, Harbottle Lane ?"
Cottage, Harbottle Lan "j
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 tq. ft ""
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo
2.Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pllkol Street 4750
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street Z850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 sq, ft z00
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings Street.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue jjj
Cottage, Manoa (three months) "
Tantalus Residence of General Davis.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
LITTLE 15 UP
IN SEWALL CASE
SUGGESTION FOR THE RAPID TRANSIT.
While ihe Rapid Transit is using its best efforts lo teach conclusions on
its lights under the Iw and gain the good will of the people, it is per
haps timely to call to lis attention one of the little matters that influence the
Is there an) reason wh the Rapid i'ranit company should not allow
Is there any reason why a passcng-r changing cars from the Punahou
line in order to proceed into town, should he forced to state to the con
ductor giving the transfer whether li. intends to go by the Beretania street
line or ihe King street line?
And should this passenger be forced olf the car if he happened to ride on
the Beretania in-bound car, when tin transfer was punched for a King
'I hesc queries arc put because of an occurrence of today. A passenger
coming from Punahou transferred "in town." The Beretania car was the
first car to reach the Pawaa junction, so this was boarded. When the con
ductor of the Beretania car took up the transfer he staled that it was not
fcood on that line, liul only on the King street line. He asked for the pas
senger's name and this was refused. The conductor had the good sense lo
not attempt putting the passenger off the car, but staled incidentally that the
cmplojcs of the company had within n day or two been warned against ac
cepting transfers of just this character.
It all turns on the subject of the universal transfer.
Docs llic Rapid Transit intend to so strictly interpret its franchise and lo
ma'ec such rules that passengers must piy an extra fare should they happen
to decide to ride into town by the Beretania line rather than llic King street
If so. it is making one of those mistakes which as stated in this paper a
day -or two ago, go lo make up the sentiment lhat the company is quick lo
take advantage of a technicality.
The B u 11 c 1 1 n believes that the Rapid Transit company could well
afford to forget a technicality of this character. Certainly the number of
proplc it would please by such "forgcttery" would more than offset the loss
of money it would suffer from people who attempted to "gouge" the com
pany by riding on one line when their transfer was marked for another route
in the same general direction.
MAIM QIIRfiPQTinWQ Bhnro with (ho well manned boats
rJn )!)?lin TniininTn , utc(l. Ill llnna (ho Kleuuier authors
FOR GETT NG TOUR STS I very dose to tho present wharf. An
TD THF HflW PI AHF other hundred feet of extension would
mrJ?2 , root h tho Btenmer. In Lnlmlnu some
IMItnr i; veiling Hullo till
'of tho katnnaluuR hnve said Hint tlio
Win tin r property ownirx gunge their
ii tin ns In Ihe tn ussisnir on the II
ti Hi in 1 mn ill of the Territory wiih nil
IntiriMIng iiuiMltin Unit developed in
the Mnliuku site iiiki thli morning,
while It It Itrliirnut win iiemIii on (he
uliimt ii n wltmxa for the Kiivernnient
He wiih dull. iv mini; to I'Vpluin how
It Imppinul (hut the valuation he riivc
the tux iixKcmnr In liilu fur the Hunk
of lluwnlin Intireit ux lcxxor, $JU,400,
wus xu nun h xninllir th in the VM'tnaUim
xct h him on (he xniiii1 proputy win n
the Kmornmuit xirvnl notice that it
wunttil to Ihin it
The illffircnee In the two viilu.itlunx
mi tho xiiine propertv, rflvcn hj Itild
furil In tin kuiiio eir, runs Into ii ton
On troxx-cxnmlimtlini l,y Attorney
Olson. Itihlford wiih ltd Into ii xt.iti -
iniiil rIvIiik the IniprixHliiu tint the
lirritnr.1 h luxation wax luxed on
per cint of the imxixxed valuation of
lirupirt) nnd nevir varied, anil for
that reaxon vnliiatlimH tluctunteil nc-
iiirilliij- ti the llnniiclal ikiiIh of the
t' S l)ltrlct Attorniy HrrikotiHprn
IiiimI llii' returiiH niiidc I'j th ftmik
if Hawaii Inr xevrial i,irH up to Iio7,
all hIkihIiik (hat the valuation plnttd
mi (In luink'h intiifxt In Ihe t.iiul almu
riuiKHl from J I l.ooii (,, in win Then
Mil r till n made l Iteldmrd In 110",
when he llrst touk (.hiirKe of tho Imnl.'H
IiiixIupxs wnx iiriiilueeii, xhnwlni; that
the villi itlun lie hud plated on the
land iiIduii had luen nduicd from tlC,
ooii in JU'.r.on
Daex thlx mean that In nur opln
Inn at the time, the neiris nf tlie Ter
rlluij were Iixh In I'lo" than tliej wire
In the viarx preinlliiK'' Imiulreil
I ilimt know that tluv wire less
ii plli d Itildfnrd, ami iiddeil, "I dun t
think 1 xald m rttuiiiH wue ulwnvx
knurid li the neidx of the Tiriltnrj."
'Ihe luilnt wiih pirmlltid In piihh
Julia M Dnwxitt textllled to the xalo
of tin Iaiithinii hliuk. in portiimx, xaj-
IliK tli.it viirlniiH puiex of that prnp-
r(, divided In nine eipial pnrlx. laid
wild for lirliia raiiBliiB frnin H00O lo
(llur wltncxxtx called hv tlio rov -
iiiimnt wire Ch.irles M Maritnv, W'
(1 AhIiIi) SiiiuikI Diiimn anil t'ush
man I'm tor The Rtivernmi ii(h evl
liuie Ih heluu iiitriiilmiil iiipidl) mid
It Ix tliiuiKlit Ihe iiixe lx xpiedily np
pnuililiiK tin i ml
While on a recent vlHlt lo liana. Maui,' l'rcient wharf is all rlKht Now llioso
nn Idea tdruelt mo ub beliiR very prop '' nr H.ouraKlnB nnyt l.lnr; which
er fo. (hose lntcrcHtc.1 In tourist trnf tends to Improve condt ons show
fie and lovers of Ecenlc beauties It Brcl a'ty ,of l'h!lc ilrlt nud evl
,an.c ehout througli eonvorxallons had dent " l,ront "ll,n fro"
with two Ke.itloincn nnd a lady from ""' j'K 1,c"ems trbm tllu Improved
KenliieV) who vvoro on their way to conuitions.
tho Volcano Tho Claudluo hnd left1 8 I'UHh (o completion tho proposed
Knhnlul about 2 In tho afternoon, tho bolt road around Maul, nnd especially
sen wn Hinnoth, and the Hhoro nloni; tho beitlon between Kennne und No
Eastern Mnul wns In Its best attire of HIKu. At present mere is n goon vva
verdure from the cultured enno and Bun road from Nnlilku to Klpahiilu,
pineapple to nntlvo forest Krowtli On nnd If the Kennao-Nnhlkii section wcro
learning that theso peoplo were tour- comileled tourists could bo landed nt
IbIh 1 naturnlly beenmo IntcrcKted In Kennno to kIvo them opportunity of
iixplnlnliiB t Hit in nil nbout tho vnr- teeing Iho beautiful wild scenery in
iouh Hienes Inhl nut before Ihein I Ho Ktilehes between Kennae and Nn
Km II ,,urreil in inn ihnl tho I'm ' lilKil. which could not bo been flom
motion Commlttco ns well ns the Maul tho boat And nt Nnhiku tho rubber
Chumbcr of Commtno and otlinr clvle plantations would treat tho traveler to
bodies should becomo Intereblod In ell another surprint). At llnnn tlio tourist
couniBliiB two thliiBs t" bo carried out could bo shown tho nnlural under-
uiiiiin ti iw.vi rw vniiru Pnllilr.nl Bfoilnd lako of Wnlniiapanapa All of
parties, loo, Bhould tako tho name In which could bo seen in tlmo to reuch!
laud And they nro i "'" "lml "l""" leuvmK mr nun.
1- Kxtenil (ho wharves at Lahalnal Tho advantago of having tho I.alial
and llnnn lo deep vvntor. This would nn wharf extended bIvch the tourist
(Hinlilo pnsbeiiBors to bo landed with the chaiuc of fioing ashoro thoro luve
out subjecting them to tho risk of bo- In the afternoon, nnd tnn hoo all then
lug dumped Into tho water by tho surf, Ih to bo seen In Lnhnlnu Hint after
vvliii li nt tlnioH is so high Unit It bo noon nnd early next day . RoIiib over
comes luiposslblo lo oven reach tho to iVnlluku and up lao and other pine-
"I would like,' said n book agent to
n busy editor, 'to call sour attention
to n llttlo work that I huvo litre."
"yes?" roplled Hie editor.
"Well, lot mo call your niioni'on to
a whole lot of work I have hero"
Wife (complalnlugly) Yotne not
llke Mr. Knagg. They've been marrlod
twenty years, nnd Mra. Knagg says
her husband la so tender.
Husband Tender! Woll, ho ought
to bo, after being In hot wator that
"Well, woll," sighed tho lady of tho
house, In a most resigned way, "you'vo
managed to break oven tho thermome
ter, haven't ion'"
Tho maid replied, In a tone (quail)
resigned, "Vessum; nnd now we'll
have to tako do weather Jlst as It
tames, won't wo?"
Tho milk we servo to our
customers is a pure, rich
milk from healthy cows
that are fod on the best
of simple feed,
Wo tako eviry precaution
to maintain perfect clean
liness I if all departments,
and we assure our custom
ers that the milk they re
ceive from us is uncon-taminated.
Magazine Street . . 3.., 22 50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
S For a Wedding Present, S
sie A "DTPTrTPT? sis
Oj from Ty
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
That r.n.000 libel milt ngnlnKt the
uhlp IMwnril Hewnll now proiiiiei to
hum, lire hi mug nn n mninmm mi
priiveiiitlnii Aftir two 11)111111111111101
mid 11 illHinlimil followed by n two
hijH healing mi n motion to quuili
the illiiilsul, Judge Uole Jefderdiy
grnntid niiollier contliiu.iiice "until
1 illed" which virtu illv melius that tho
lirai lug mi the latent motion beforo
the court will not be lulled ngnlii with.
11 live or six month' time
Atlnrnt)i HreeKonn nnd Ktnnley, rep
renntliiR the ship IMwnrd Scvvnll, II
bilcil h Irnnl Sulllvnn for InJurlcH
received while lie vvnfc nboaril her with
the "millionaire triimpV hnve imKed
Hint the hearing he hi Id open until
tho 11111 get the ilepollloni of Captain
IJulik nnd the second innte, and iil"
the illtlonH nf the oltlcl.ils nt tho
Incline iikIuui In Texan where Hul-
Ivnn kii lie vvim hunrcernted for two
I'liptalu (Jukk nnd the second mnte
are 011 the IMwnrd Hewnll, now- en mum
In New York nnd nt the present time
nre Miini'where bttween Hawaii and
I'npe Horn Tin Ir k positions can not
be taken until they rincli flnthnm
In the meantime the ense must rest.
nnd people wonder If (Jenrgc I) Utile
the MMilliful attorney und member or
the "mllllnnnlre trump" wiiinil who 1111-
llertonlt to prostiute the case wth
Atlnruej (Iiorge furry, ns prmlorn
fur Trunk Sulllvnn, will leave thcTr
rltnrj He euine here nnlv a 11 vllt
nr, nnd nbtnlned ndiiilttunen to the bur
of the United St.itcn District Court of
lliiwiill merely to p.irtleipjlo in tlilx
nine. It Is thought unlikely he will
rimulii the next half car ns 11 vhltor
merely In nee the tnmpUtinu of the
'lhat Kiilllvan km fur still has 11 gnml
iiise ngaliist tlie Hhlp nud 11 gnml 1 hiiuce
In have tlie ense reopened despite tlio
illsmlnsnl, wbh h he hnd signed, Is In
timated by tlrt itdmlnxlnn of the court
vehlerd.i afternoon when Judge Dole
xnlil ri'gnrdlng Sullivan's 111111t.1l condition
Trunk C Athcrton, chairman of tho' '''"". ' .. ,'"," ", "' ' ' ' "
fourth of July llnnnco eo-nmlttee. ic 1 V','V1" V '".'. ". . .' ".""":
mirted this momlw that tho business ' lm,riKll, mp , th eMln.,tl..r.
toinmun ly Is coming through In I no ,,oin ,,, , ,, , ,,, klncl (lf
IVS.Wl,10V Jl,,1Vli'"S'l1l,,!'1.,lml,' dlsadviinti.ge 1 consider that It was
"Old I ashloned I our It will have tho rnllB f(,r ,, , ,, ,,,, of
niin',n 111 vitit lu iiiunu il lit uik on !-'
union as those In charge of the pro-
Light, solid lciuccamooth, un
broken surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
places far dust and dirt. u
A. N. SANFORD
Over May & Co.
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
FOURTH OF MY
I uriim urn nlninilnrr.
I All, Atherlon wan busy this morning
hN ioiiiimI ami upprnach 11 111 111 whom
he km w was in utility weak I tun
sldiir tint that requires explanation "
with his list and the money Is being -riiri rr-M UIPU
miIihc rlbeil In n hearty way which vvu "IVtlvJ mUM
'. 1 1... i.i ... 1 1 untnno at
iiiowh that tho Idea or a hangup, pa'
trlotlc celebration Is a popular one
J Walter Doyle said today that tho
HONORS AT PUNAHOU
(Continued from Pae 1)
school will hold Its graduating oxor-
I,ii Kok and Sin Young, fhlneso, various committees aro haul nt work.
dealers in opium, who woio arrested A imetlng will bo held to leport piog (8eSi ttltll ir,Ilr,M, rlttH in t,IiU.R(,
last night by Acting Chief of Detect- res next Mondny afternoon ut I 0 ) , BpeakerH will bo chosen for ox-
ives neiieii, uppeureu ouiuio .iuiiko ui:iut:iv.
Monsairul thin morning uud had thel 1
cnsoH postponed until Juno 1". Hvlletla Hunt Ails nlll find li.
Largo torraced lot, corner Magazino and Spencor itreeti. Well
improved and splendid viow.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmina Rise $500 and up,
Story and half house on Kinau streets 3 bedroomi, parlor,
dinlngroom, kitchen, bathroom, acrvauts' quarters and garage
1915 Kalakaua Avenue
,Keeaumoku Street . ..
Pukoi Street, near King
Kalihi Road and Beckley Street
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1
Lunaldo Street . ...
2 Bedrooms $50 00
3 " 5000
2 " 0000
3 Bedrooms $30 00
4 " 3500
4 " 45 00
.3 " 6000
2 " 27.50
3 " 3000
3 " 35 00
3 " 27.50
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
cellemo In grade work nnd In their
cssuyH nnd this fentiiio of tlio l'uri.i
hou piogrum Is iiIukjh 1111 interesting
und popular one
On Irldny evening, .luue 21, Oilur
College's annual Class .N'lght oncicises
will take place llnndolpli Hitchcock
In piosidoiit if the senior cluss afld
tho exmelses will be held In front of
I'aunhl II, ill They ,110 usiiully given
In the open
On Satuidny evening, Juno 22. tlie
commencement uxciclsus will tako
lilaco 111 Onirics It Illshnp Hall, thn
class BpeakerH being Alexiindcr And
eison, Miis Marlon lliown nud Miss
Hazel Iluckland The animal tiddress
will ho delivered by l)i. J. F Cowan
of Kohnhi, and the scholarship honuiK
will bo conferred.
On Monday night, .lime 21, tho hen
lor cIiish gives its (lass dance, nn In
vitational iiffaii, vvlilch will tnko placn
this year at Iho Moana hotel
Attracting as much Interest ns the
cnmiucnccuieut exercises themschen
mo tho Damon ihotorlcnls, tho con
tests which ovoiy year bilng forth
tho lending speakers among tlie col
lege students Tlio rhetorical contest
will tnko place In DlBhop hall on
Wednesdny afternoon The list ot
speakers will bo given later
Tlio mil of honor, for tho student
who has done the most good gennutl
ly for the eollego during tho past
year, and tho announcement of
iiwurds, will ha given out ut tho com
In tho graduating class of O11I111
Collego this j ear there nro twenty
eight, und more than fifty In the l'ro
pnnitory school The institutions urn
(Inning 11 vety nucccssfiil year with
students graduating uttcstlug to the
sticngth of the collego
I'lofishoi i:milo Yung of Geneva has
niuilu over 2000 oliKcrvtitlons on 176
snails, and concluded that they vvero
unite Indirfeieut to nil sorts of light-
hthuiill, that tluv have no preference
for lighted or shaded una und Unit
they do not seo obstacle's In front of I
.1.. .,-... .,.! . . .. , ,. . t.l
iliem, bn nun nifir i)Ln nuvn nn i"
hie blgnlllcunco at ull Knowledge
INSTRUCTION BOOKS ON
10c to $3.50
'Iho I'llOTO MINIATUIU: Is
esjitiUill) Intertstlng, each boolt
dialing with a scpurnto subject
' Supply Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
COLD KILLS BULLFROGS.
A Missouri tlsh commissioner li of
the opinion that the bullfrogs li.no
been moitlj klllid by tho cold of thu
piist wlutir und Hint Iho xprlng nights
will be without their melodious chor
UHlngH Hi, siih that the bullfrogs, do
not go ileip enough to be protected
iignlnst exceptional 10I1I, und that 11
winter ns i-evero ns the past 0110 never
falls to decimate the tribe
Illicit your money In II 11 lie tin
advertising and It returns to you a
Accurate, reliable timekeepers
with watch movements.
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad,
Ours aro guaranteed. They are
Imported direct from Trance.
1 rifrftiiiMW'iaifai iii)i1inWi)italtff'"Hf'i fmv 1 - i.ia, tw-ww.-uu,...j'.M, ,
tH-'Jfrr' )&taiM&to&liiiliiVfo urn