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RVENIN6 BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, T. H, W6Nea DAY, JUNE 20, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published
uu., liu., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
i 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. FAURINGTON Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, anywhere In U S.. .75
Per Quarter, anywhere In V 8. 2.110
Per Year, anywhere In V 8.. "S.00 I1
F-er Yeur, postpaid, foreign. . lioo ii
-lpl I auditorial Rooms,
I Cl.iBusi18H Office,
O' ii excellent to Imvc a giant's strength
But it is tyrannous lasc it lil(c a giant.
What W. Murray Crane of Massachusetts and Francis J. Hcney
fsliould be doing at a call on William
teems probable that there was a misstatement in the cablegram, and the
Fj-Crane referred to must have been the
l-na lame. All things seem possible in
tand Heney would be the limit.
WHAT BRYAN MAY DO.
Mr. Bryan holds the key to the whole political situation, judging from
the news from Baltimore. It re,sts with
Progressive and the Conservative shall
principal parties or continue as of old,
through third-party movements.
The Democrats are dividing into relatively the same camps as the Re
publicans. The only difference is that Bryan broke up the Democratic
camp some years ago, and now with t e same brand of factionalism exercis
I ing a most destructive influence in tho Republican party, the opportunity
J appears to offer the Democrats to unite and male a fight with some pros
f pect of winning.
van me uemocrais unite l nai
j, the issues that are dividing the leaders
jjfcct together on the old-time basis?
. The similarity of the opening days of the two National conventions js
'.remarkable. It is apparent at the very outset. that the conservative element
-hold control' of the Democratic party and that by a good margin on major
ity vote. This means that the conservatives can control the platform and
even the nomination, because they"' represent the larger share of the two-thirds
vote necessary to nominate. In the, nitural order of event? they will domi
., arte the convention, giving wayuh.tie.aricl;there.jnly k much as is necessary
;lto hold the Bryan wing within the party.
' Judging from the morning cables, Bryan is now deliberating whether he
will take what lie can get from his own party convention, or issue an ulti
' malum that the progressive element m isl command the whole situation or
jj- leave the organization. Under the old-time political conditions this would
bc pUt down as a dog-in-the-manger pjlicy. Perhaps it is. anyway. Issues
within the parties, however, are becoming so well-defined on new lines, and
Col. Roosevelt and his associates have opened the door to a Progressive par
ity movement so wide that the progressives in the Democratic party may .
jeach the decision that they, loo, have come to the parting of the ways.
. If th'eso conventions would only give
AVulter Wcllinnn u chance on the front
page, just lor u nine wnue.
NTnup raiti tlin nltu nlmml It la 4 ii
Obvious to remark that In tho gumo
of health, one strlko Is "out". ,
Stock prices seem to be heading for
tlin low-water murk, to keep In touch
with the streams of tho country.
Politicians who inuko a habit of sit
ting on the fence are having a terrible
'time of It deciding which way to jump.
1 Hawaii has always beon progress
've, so tho division in the rankB of the
nalnlund parties ought not to serious
y worry us,
The tide turned at the opening of
s ,ie)tepubllcan convention. It Is now
M to somebody to throw a llfe-preser-vr
Sinother Colonel Colonel Ilryan
retting all ready to hear a spoutu
ms demand that ho come forwurd
il "suve the country".
If you think there Is any general
ispect for a law Just tuke u look ut
dme of the lnw-defylng auto-speed-drs
right In .the heart of the city.
" .What's the use of standing on cere
mony the Republican party should
fii'get together and begin to get the hab
.', It at the earliest possible moment.
iLvi-et us hope that after tho com en
pilous Congress will have a better Idea
yofiwhut It wants to do than it has had
(or the past few months.
iPerhaDS they are holding un the Ar.
tmy approprlalon out of consideration
f EVENING SMILES
1,'However did you reconcile Adolo Sho Mamma thinks you are pep
and Mary?" . , , fectly lovely. Ho Yes, but what does
,'I,gave them a choice bit of gossip your father think?
and told them not to repeat it to each She He thinks mamma bus gone
i ne uusiomer is mis a roui osincn
laVThe Draper What, for tonponcel
initio, mauame: "ostucir .is merely
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
Per Six Months $ M
Per Year, anywhere In U. 8.. .1.00
Per Year, anywhere in Canada 1.60
Per Year, postruld, foielgu ... 2.(0
mil it ib Potioftc at Hnnoula
JUNE 26, 1912
J. Bryan is indeed a mystery. It
Chicago man of Ambassador-to-Chi-
politics these days, but Senator Crane
him whether the issue between the
be clear-cut and centered in 'two
causing .endless trouble in both
is the question. tan they smother
and voters in their own ranks, and
tor Congressman Herder, whn believe.
the Army and Navy are unnecessary
i 5- -I
, 71'0 ucf,ll1ness of "' " y I'
""K . B . y " "umlJer '"B-
uiwnn, uui iiui lieeu I1UI UIHIUTU 1110
present swatting campaign. Swat
ami swut to kill.
Ily recent demonstrations It bus
been cleurly shown that ineat-caters
ure considerably more lively than veg
etarians, That's easy. They huve to
be If they want to eat meat.
By the latest exchanges Drltuln
keeps talking about the Titanic dlsas-;
ter, and does not In the leust like the
wuy our Senate Inquiry was conduct
edno better, In fact, than we like the
wuy they run their ships.
If the National conventions were
not In full swing the country would
ho very much excited over the recom-!
mentation that Judge Archbold be
Impeached. Under the circumstances,
he gets off easy for the time being.
China seems to be far from the fos
silized nation It has been pictured.
She refused to have a $300,000,000
loan mude to her with a number ol
strings to it, and the nqw constitution
provides for u six-year presidential
Are we going to put one over on the
Canal or is the Canal going to put one
over on us? In twelve months from'
now the water will be let Into the
Panama Canal, so says the report of
the engineer. Honolulu wants to fish
or cut bait or get u Job throwing
switches for airships,
ucean voyager uon t tlio nassen.
'gers made you tiled with ilm nuns.
,tlons they ask?
. captain Yes, veryl What elso Is
in you want to Kiiowr
The Kednno school on Maul gnve a
public imiecrt mid entertainment In the
I'rutt-xtant church, iix means uf rallng
funds for a lunii to be given n lVI
duy, June 28 The iifTlilrMvus well ml.
ronlted by the villagers. "Mayor" Nil
llimi was the hi'iid of the llnnnclal
committee nml created n scheme In In
crease the receipts by making ii eI
lettlun when the audience happened
to applaud Taken by surprise, Wil
liam J t'oellio, who happened to be In
the audience, was Invited to use hN
imladlitu vulcf, which be did with
Taking It ns n whole, It was n great
success. The school children did their
parts vvelL and Principal Sam Knnal
iien, with hit assistant, Mrs Nancy
Itolieck, deserves miiiii credit The
evening netted $30 CO.
Tho proRcjirn: '
Opening Sniigs father, We Thank
Thee, and America. ,
HonK" and Itecltatlnii Itnom 1
Sirann Hnln (lood-nliiht
Mary Ann Ilookann
llcillnlliil Hcliool Kntertulnment ..
. .Mary Ann llnokann mid I. Maken
fc'engs and Iteeltutlon Itonui 1
Hongs and Iteeltutlon Itnom 1
Play The Patriot School Itooni 2
l'lny (liunpK of Seasons.
.Song Llhne ,. Hoys' (lice flub
Itecltatlnii The Owl and the Pussy
Cat '. .. Charles llulhul
Song This Is llnst, lite
Olrls" (llee Club
Hecltatlon I.lttle Things
Solo Iltisy llee Simeon l" Chong
Solo Sunbeinns William Itbhcck
Conversation ami Memory Verses
and Songs Itooni 1
Dialogue Washington und Lincoln..
Archie and Knns
l'lny The Sleeping Ileauty. .. .Itoom 2
Hecltatlon ami Prayer Abllo
Song Mnknlapmi. . . .nlrls' alee Club
Songs and Ileeltutlon Itoom 2
rinsing Songs Aloha Oe ami Hn-
uall Ponnl School Choir
FOUND IN DESERT
Theory of Formation of Coal Is
Upset by, Discoveries of
ItKNO. Nev.. June 12. Out on the
desert, waste twenty-elgit tnilles cast
of Mlna, University of California geol
ogists have just uncovered In what
was once undoubtedly the bed of u
tropical lako wonderfully preserved
fnaall anf.nltnnn,. n, nml. lain win '
animals and have Also uncovered a
bed of coal, which lies in a strata
where It wua formerly supposed that
coat could not be found. The coal de
posit Is In a rhyoll'.o formation, und
scientists have heretofore declared
that such deposits could not be found
lp such a layer.
Professor tawrence linker und
Professor Iluwaldo, both of I'rofcBsor
John C. Merrlam'a stuff at Ilerkelcy,
are the palaeontologists who linvn
made theso Interesting discoveries.
They have found the remains of cam
els of tho mloceno period, a thre'e-toed
horse about the size of it dog, a dino
saur, whose exposed length Is fifteen
feet long; n dog, whose age is com
puted fo bo fully 5,000,000 years, and
u vast quantity of marine animal re
mains, all excellently preserved and
easy to remove to the college museum.
CITY OF CABS.
According to a German contempo
rary, there ure at the present about
seven thousand cabs In llerlln, of which
about two thuusnud, nr 28 1-2 per cent.,
are mechanically driven. Of thesu
about It per cent, are operated elec
trically A bill has been passed In the Ital
ian congress allowing live million Il
literate persons io voto.
all who ar Int.rettad in
tha milk queitlon to call
at our d.pot on Sheridan
treat and aaa how wa han
dle the- milk delivered to
our customers. To many
the absolute cleanllneea' of
the depot and tha mod.rn
sanitary machinery for the
handling and sealing of
bottlea will be a revela
tion. Every dairy under our con
trol Is at sanitary as thta
depot, and the aama Idea
of perfect cleanliness Is
carried out In vtry de
No. of fjtdrooms
Tantalus 3.1 $40.00
Kalmukl, Blh Avenue '.2 40.00
Kll Road 2 25.00
Gullck Avenue .. 2. ,,.;,.., 25.00
Klnsu Street 3......... 60.00
Kahala Beach f..,2 105.00
Puunul 8trt 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6. ........ 75.00
Kalakaua Alenue 3 37.50
Pncino Heights , , 5... 100 00
Deretanla 8lreet ,..4 75.00
Walpio ,.'.' 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 50.00
Wilder Avenua ,' , 0 20.00
Pua Lana , 2 17.00
Kino Sral 2 22.60
King Street 2 20.00
Alewa Heights 2 20.00
Lunalilo Street 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue ........2 27.50
Beckley and Kallhl Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2. ., 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea 8treet 3 '40.00
Kalll Avenue 2,, 18.00
Maumae .,,.,, 1..!(See book)
Hlllilde and Lower Manna Road ....3 , 40.00
12th Avenue, Kalmukl 2 27,50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 25.00-
'Young Street 4 18.00
Pawaa Lana .....2 18.00
Magaiine Street ....3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
p A suggestion tor a wedding sSps
pjr -A.. Picture from ill
" GURREY'S yj
House on GreenjSt.)
- Two Bedfopms,
$45 per mtrith
House on Kewalo'St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
In nn address In Washington, Itnbbl
Abrnm Simon presented arguments
and evidence drawn froirt old manu
scripts recently discovered In Spain
to show that Christopher Columbus
was neither a Ucnocsu uorifHpaiilurd,
but a Jew,
Henry Waterhouse Trust
BEACH PROPERTY 70 feet on Beach, 100 feet on Kalla Road,
or :, 64, 000 iq, ft, with 9 cottagea and room for more. Desira
ble for hotel purposes.
PUNAHOU DISTRICT Houae and Lot on Artesian Street.
L6t 78x100 feet. Three bedrooms, parlor, dining-room,
kitchen, bathroom, servants' quarters. Only ,..$2750
PROSPECT STREET Large Lot with small Cottage for... 3000
Houses For Rent
1638 Anapunl Street , ,.2 Bedrooma
Maklkl 8tret .... , 2 "
1633 AnapUnl Btreet (for 4 mos. from 7-1-12). 2 "
KeeaUmoku 8treet (2 moa. from 7-1-12) 2 "
Lunalilo Street ., 3 Bedrooms
Matlock Avenue '. , 3 "
1266 Matlock Avenue' 2 "
Pllkol 8treet 3
Lunalilo Stt-eet' r.'.T.- , 3 "
Kallhl Road and Beckjey Street 3 "
Beretania Street '. .Ti .',....-.'.. 3 "
Wilder Avenue (July-15, '1912 4 "
Walklkl (July 16, 1512) ;...,.., 2 -
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREETS
IT AND SAVE DELAY
' (Continued from Page' 1)
7 Kmlly' A. Watson, Lualiialei, 202
8 II. U Patterson, Kulloiioii, 47.
JO K. Nalwn. Kullouou, 3S.
II Wing Leo Kvvul, Kullouou, 3D.
12 Knpua Pake, Puhua, -ill.
10 Caroline Lukn, Lualiialol, 1C1 'and
22 Abngall K. Kallulm, Lualualel. 201
27 Kmma McCaudless, Pahoa, 11)1)
, and 20.
34 Kahemnkanl Landfurd, Pahoa, 35
38 W, Perry, Jr.. Lualualel, 18111.
41 John Mitchell, Alca, 7 and 8.
44 David Knhuku. Pahoa, 48.
45 Alexander II. Tripp, Lualualel, 179
C3 Silvester J. Onrrlda, Alea. C and G.
SB John Vnnliulzen. Alcn, 20 and 27.'
t.G Male Loto, Lualunlel, 207 and 208
5711. Veiirlch, Arlen, 28 and '29.
59 Joseph Krlas. Allen, 10 and 11.
05 V, C. Ilcttcrs, Alea. 15 and 14. .
U7 Mary O'Sulllvan, Alea, 18 and 19,
71 Sirs. K. Acaupleni Ulna, Lualua
lel, 158 A and II.
.' : -FOR SAIiE- '- '" -" -
two' Cotlaoe.Kallhl Iv.', . .s t. rtl'.'. I '. .'. -v i . .'j. .1800
Cottage, Harbotila Lan. 2
Cottage, Harbnttl. Lane 1200
Cottage, Horboltla Lane 1W
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 q. ft ' HM
' Lota 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewolo
2-Bedroom Home, Anapunl Street ,
3-Bedroom House, Pllkol Street
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou
Lot on Young Street, 12981 q, ft
Lot, Beretania Street, 2.7 acres.
Lot on Tantalus.
Colin;;;, Wilder Avenue . 45
Tantalus Residence of General Davit, furnlihed.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO, Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
AUDIT COMPANY OP
124 BETHEL STREET
P.O. Box 14G Telephone 2033
Conduct! 11 classei of .Audita, and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial worlr
SupKestions Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work, AD
hnsinesi rnnflnVntiel ,
75 Laura Makakulkalani, -.Alea,' 2.1
7S D. K. Kuplhcn, Lualualel, 181A.
79r-John II. Del'rcls. Alca, 1 and 3.
81 Kmnlla L. Knla. Lualualel, 151 mid
oC Kilwaru -Moore, Lualualel, 177 -and
88 Joseph T. Wilson, Lualcllel, 200
nnd 201. ,
92 Leila Mi Ontal, Pahoa 25.
94 (Jeorgo P. Poo, Jr., Pnhoa, 43.
90 W. K. Alana, Lualualel, 209 and
98 Mrs. Helen Kanuclchiia, Lualua
lel 114 and 110.
99 W. P. Jnrrett, Alea. 2 and 4.
103 John Kuhaulua. Lualualel, 140
108 L. P. Darnard, Alea, 1C and 10.
112 Win. Perry, Lualunlel, 182 and
113 Charles II. lfcy, Alea, 9 and 12.
110 Stanley Ilomanek, Lualualel, 191
11"- Manuel J. Itodrelgues, Lualualel,
127 Manuel Sllva. Pahoa, 40 and 50.
138 Jesse K. Kaae, Alea, 25.
140 Win. Lindsay, Lualunlel, 174 and
. 175. f
141 Chas. A. Hell, Lualualel. 184.
142 Joe Sllva, Lualualel, 113 and 144,
.44r-AnnlelMcCaudless, Pnhoa, 44 and
140 J. J. Combs, Alen. 21 and 22.
150 Oeyirge .1. Wond, Alca, 17.
fContlnued from Page 1)
tho wharves- nre not In whole or In
part made to bear ileilells In other
.Moreover, ho favors creating a sep
arate fluunvlnl system for the harbor
commission, m that the eninmlsslon- '.
ers, upon whom rails the duty or get
ting results, ran exerulxu absolute su
pervision over the neeountlng and run
apportion tho charges In n prtclxeund
"Under the present system," said Mr.
Hermit this morning, "there Is no exact,,
way of hnndllng tho llnnnees of tho
harbor and vvluirf department so that
It receives Its proper proportion or
runds and' bears Its proiwr expenses.
A self-suslulnlng board, run on busi
ness principles, should bo able to carry
On .the, ivyprk of harbor development
hero much more rnplrily than Is at
present the. case. The prollts rrom tha
charges on commerce could be applied
directly to Improvements, and when '
needed Improvements nre made, the
vvliarr charges could be at oneo low
"There Is siiuio uucHtlon, or course,
ns to the attitude (he Territorial gov
ernment will take when this piatter
comes beroro tho Legislature, liut we
reel that It .should be settled, and
people should be' thinking or the pro
posed changes now."
Tho harbor board holds Its regular
meeting this aflirnoon In the Keiinte
TO COUNTY LIST
.Chas. F. Qhllllngworth Is now third
deputy County Attorney, Inning been
commissioned by County Attorney Jno.
V Cnthcart yesterday. Chllllngworth
begun his new duties yesterday In Po
lice Court, where ho represented tho
municipality. ,TJils morning hd ap
peared in court again on behalf; of the
County and Vomlucttd Ilia prosecution
of tho Police, Cdurt cases, ' i
Chllllngworth (was tho prosecutor
for the government while serving ns
Deputy High Sheriff of the Itopubllc
under A M. Brown.
County Attorney Cathcnrt nnd his
deputies have been overloaded with
work In the courts, necessitating the
appointment made yesterday to han
dle the Police Court work . 1
Artistic Job printing run ulvriiys he
obtained from the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's com.
pletrly equipped Job (irlntlui; plant-
Licui, solid lenecs smooth, un
broken surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
places far dust und dirt.
Boston Building Fort 8tret
Over May & Co.
SEE IN OUR WINDOW THE
THE LATEST PRODUCT OF
THE KODAK FACTORY
Till mnrvelous little Kodak
takes pictures Jx2J4,, nnd theso
pictures ran bo enlarged to aiiy
size, ns the samples In the Win
Photo Supply Co.,
In All 8lzes
HAWAII & 80UTH SEAS
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Beretania Stre.t
j BAKER & HOKE, Props. '
Aco'urate, reliable timekeepers
with watch movemjtys.' '
Jutt the thlijgor a glftito a
friend going abroad. , ,
On re ere guaranteed They are
Imported direct from Frapee.
.ajii,x:-u.. w, jm-
ifitellf'Aaali ll'il'hl" .