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Evening Bulletin
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At 120 Xing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
ally eTery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
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Entered ( the Pott office at Honolulu
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WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 23, 1908
WHENCE THIS ORGANIC ACT AMENDING?
Tlio Organic Act ot the Territory
or Hawaii Is 'In process''of nm6nd
mont by tlio Congress of the United
States.
If there la any citizen of Hawaii,
now In the Islands, who known what
these amendments nro or how far
reachlun they mu he Itisluplng our
future, he has failed to make himself
heard.
All the Information to date Is oh
talned from a private letter from ft
Cabinet n Ulcer that thu bill Iirm been
introduced and the hearings beKun.
, N Tlila Isdeflnltol
Tlio Acting Governor has glvon
out extract from Governor ."rear's
letter outlining amendments that ho
Intendcd,to Incorporate in a hill to
amend the act
In this Imlcfltilto detail Khcn out
by the Acting (lovurnor Is contained
u rnllroad-bund-gunranteo provision
which has received the dlsaipioal ot
all but one of the Advisory Land Com
mission. The people generally In the
Territory know nothing of It.
All this business, of the most se
rious and Hal import, to the present
ond future of this Territory, is going
on before the United States Congress
nnd even the copy of the bill, or pre
liminary draft, has not been seen In
Honolulu.
What does this mean?
Is this not a rase of thq Territory
of Hawaii being governed, rather
than governing itself?
Isn't there Involved in tho prog
ress of ovents ono of the most sorlotiB
situations thei Territory of Hawaii
has ever faced
WHO WANTS TUB ORGANIC
ACT AMENDED?
W1HO CALLED rOIt THE 11A1L
nOADS OF THIS THIUUTORY to bo
put on the basis of tho rallvvnv en
terprises of the PHILIPPINES'
WHEItE does tho command for tho
changes come from, and WHO Is to
pay the flcIJIcr If this guy und merry
dance winds up in such a radical up
heaval of the Organic Act that even
tho Governor will have to admit that
the whole thing has gone farther
than ho expected and he wished he
hadn't gone Into the nlTalr?
Tho question Involved Is a momen
tous ono of public policy.
Tho amendments outlined by Act
ing Governor MoU-Suilth are numer
ous enough to suggest a general re
vision of the Organic Act.
WHO HAS EVER HEARD that
there WAS TO UE a general revision
of our Organic Act AT5THI8 CON
GRESSIONAL SESSION? What bus
iness bodies, what legislative bodies,
what real or assumed representitives
of the people, have been consulted re
garding tho POLICY OR DETAIL Or
A OENERAL REVISION? I
If tho Advisory L.lnd Commission1
ib cited as one consulted. WHY JS
IT that, Included In "this "volunteer
revision Is one of tho provisions to
vthlch each member pf ttin.CommlH
slon, wth one exception? (wa 'op
posed? WHO PUT THAT AMENDMENT
IN THE HILL? And why?
The whole thing, ns It has thus far
proceeded, Is based on wrong meth
ods nnd mistaken Ideas of govern
ment.
' So far as this paper is concerned,
the railroad-bonding scheme looks
fairly good on the face of It, except
that the Territory qhbuld ha tho
guarantor of the bonds if tho prin
ciple is to be recognized and adopted.
Hawaii Is not a "uossesslon",
Just nt tho present, time, tho wis
dom or folly of this particular item
ic secondary to the fact that our laws
, aro being made for us nnd wo, the
people, the common herd, the, sub
jects of the regal and viceregal es
tablishment that might be hut wo
thope s nqt" yet don't know nny-
' thing about It. And. according to the
.manner In which the game has been
eplayed up to date are not supposed
i to know, or at least are to bo thu last
i ones Informed and consulted,
, Whether Governor Krcar Is the in
ventgr of this new system of govern
ment we don't know.
i His utterances contrary have been
j such that the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n will not
.-t ti ' ".in." a. M..II...
tuurgu mill Willi lliu (caiJUliailillliy
until all the facts point to him ns thu
man Hut the game is going on nev
ertheless. It should be stoppcl.
The central fact Is that n groat er
lor Is being committed and the soon
er tho people take a hand to check it,
the better.
It Is not right that Hawaii should
bo GOVERNED and not have a word
in the GOVERNING.
Call n halt, till the character of
tills bill and the probable resu'ts are
fully determined.
Aro wo of 'llnwnll subjects of n
king, that we nrc given a constitu
tion which is to be amended by those
luarest to the throne and we bo con
sulted last. If at all?
What aro the hvpnotlc Influences
that operate about tho departments
and clubs of Washington, D. C? Wns
It not Governor Carter who went to
Washington nnd returned with a
great enthusiasm over how much bet
ter Hawaii would enjoy life It its
status wero that of a colony? Ho
remembered, however, to come home
and talk It over before tho bill was
introduced.
Tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is Informed that
the pollco wero out all ''last night,
walking the Btreets, looking for bur
glars. Now Hint's fine. lt IB better
than walking the floor of tho pollco
station. Lest they forgotj their mem
ory Is ioKced With flip fnht Ihnt Inn
t burglar who" entered a house nearly
i, two weeks go,,eff Ills tjat and his
ciiues ana goi a oroken Head. Is not
et captured. If It bo true that tho
polite have waked up. Is It not time
for them to deliver a few results?
Republican leaders hold a confer
ence In New York and decided to let
State Chairman Woodruff distribute
the offices not" under tho control of
Governor Hughes.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
For Rent
Nuuanu Avenue $60,00
Nuuanu Avenue . . ." $35.00
School Street 40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street .$25.00
Lunalilo St. (furnished) . . . .$40.00
Alapai Street $10.00
Fop Sale
Two bargains in Hakiki Sistrict
$2650 and $1800.
Waterhouse Trust
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
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"Merry Christmas"
By Wireless
Try It
College Hills Homes
for Sale
Host ot-mountnln nnd marine
views. House has 4 bed
rooms; large lanais; modern
enamel 4. plumbing; gas and
electric lights1: servants' quar
tets; laundry f large grounds
with shrubs' 'and trees.
Price $5000
Fine marine view; 3 bed
rooius; large Iannis; modern
plumbing; electric lights;
barn; setvants' quarters; lot
100 x 150.
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CATHOLIC MISSION
CnRlSTMASJERVICES
Dec. 24 Vigil of Christmas. Day of
fast and abstinence.
Dee. 2D Christina;:
Cathedral, Our Lndy of Peaco 4:30
a. m., first mass nnd mass every half
hour: Holy Communion, S, C and J a.
a.; 9 a. in, Children's mass with sing
ing and sermon; 10:30, high Pontifical
mass; 3 p. m, confirmation; 7 p. m,
Foleinn benediction of the Dl. Sacra
ment. Saint Augtistlno Chapel, Walklkl
Midnight mass with sermon and sing
ing. Cars leave at 1 a. m. for town
as far an Fort Btreet. 'J a. 111 , regular
mass with sermon.
Saint John thellaptlBt, Kallhl-wnena
Midnight mass and holy communion;
8:30 a. ni;, high mass with sermon.
,Our Lady of 'tho Mount, Kafulanl
Tract, tfallhl Midnight mass with
ringing and holy communion; G a. m,
mass with holy communion; 9 a. ni ,'
high mass with sermon; 7 p. in., Ros
ary and benodlctlon'of-tha III. Sacra
ment. Sacred Heart Chapel, Punahou D
a, m., mass with holy communion; 7
a.w.,;iasv:mnBtt,4 "
HOW TO CURE '
THE DRINKING HABIT
Wo are honeBtly desirous of curing
all who aro addicted to drink, and If
you are interested In any one needing
Orrlne we Invito jou to wrlto us. Qur
correspondence is confidential and our
replies aro sent lit plain sealed envel
opes. Orrlne No. 1, Is the secret treat
ment and No. 2, for those who wish
tho voluntary treatment. 1 per box.
Orrfuo is sold on an absoluto guaran
tee to effect a euro or money will be
refunded. Tho Orrlne Company,
Washington, D. C. The leading drug
gists endorse Orrlne. Sold by Honolu
lu Drug Co , Fort street . ,
A prlmo factor In the success of any
mine Is tho possession of the raw, ma
terial. We have tho goods. UUY
MAYFLOWER" 8TOCK. BUY IT
NOW I
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In the letter to the Mining Con
gress at Pittsburg, E. H. llarrlman
asserts that a few rich men do not
own the railroads ot the United
States. '
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the. Paciflo Coast and is prepared -to
give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Announcements, and
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
D. E. Allison, produce commission
merchant, Bued for'dlvorce. wife
charging that he has squandered her
fortune.
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HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR PURSES
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keeper's DESKS." Large
new Stock just arrived.,
Roll top Desks up to six feet
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Lewers & Cooke Building,
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OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
One-Half Aore of Floor Space Devoted to Furniture
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Deputy Bhrllt Oscnr Cox of Wala- These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
lua arrived? In town this morning
wlthhpaeiiOrt.thata Japanese liv
ing lnJhe,Vil(aljiyj;v,l!l0Ke liad,com
mldrsmoldp'iastJMonday. 1 It nil
pears that tlie hi An had been sufTor
Ing rpm an incurnble disease , for
Bomo time past, nnd'thls accounts for
his action, u Ho shot himself through
the 'neck with a revolver in the shack
In which he lived, n,nd was dead when
found! lHe3e'ft three letters In which
ho asked the pardon ot his relatives
and frlenaY-Yor his deed, und ulso a
sum of mlftiey which he had collected
for Saloonkeeper MndelroB, by whom
he was employed.
Thrum's Book Store
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Toilet Requisites
Inexpensive and therefore proper as gifts to. lady
friends.
TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS,
" HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Best Factories.
DAMAn Cm.!, f. .TV lA
utiiMJii, Jiumi at mi., liu.. e
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
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Fine Wines and Liquors
' '" For Christmas Festivities
Cream Rye Whiskey, Old Jas. E.
. Pepper Whiskey, Gilbey's "Pro-
- vost" Scotch Whiskey. ,;
Elaupakulua Wine
11 Made in Maui. A very superior wine of rarest bou
quet and flavor, , . h
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Bartlett Water v ' !
Vnegusled
Water.H
t. In the natural Mineral and Carbonated.
1 for; its medicinal properties, and a choice Table Water,
L0VEJ6Y & CO., Ltd. '
Wholesale Dealers ,
902-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
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We beg-to )ball attention to our
Large New. Stook;of
Service Plates
Cups and Saucers
These good were selected with great care and com
prise the very best in thwart of China Decoration.
Sold singly or by the dozen. ,
, H. F. WICHMAN & CO., Ltd.,
' Leading Jewelers
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This is a bh bright busy store never sleeping but always for
ward marching. .
Never before have we made such a handsome.display of
Enameled Iron Beds
AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every one is far removed from the commonplace. The
deeignsare different; the values are different, and our service is
different' than you will find in the ordinary store.'
- 5. ,To',sh(w;jou how different, and better outvalues are, we ask
that you take nbte of the following prices:
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$12.00
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for a
f Brass-Trimmed Bed
It has large pillars, bent top tubes, brars spindles and both
bent and straight filling rods. The height of head is Sft. 21n and
is enameled in white, blue, or preen.
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
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