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EVENING BULLETIN, IIOrJOLTJU;, T. II., TUESDAY, FED. 1, 1910
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And suffer, crimes thou want'st the
power to punish;
Be easy, affable, familiar, friendly;
Search, and know all mankind's
But trust the secret of thy soul to
Tlio basinets that gets Into print
in good shape gets right Into the
swim of trade.
tin) or McCarthy la doing Just
what might be expected running
Ills ndmlnlstratlon straight into the
Investing Honolulu money in (ho
securities of Hnvvall Is fast becoming
hnblt. It has nluavB paid and al
j Whether ho likes us or not, Ho
i nolulu la quickly coming tp tho con
jcluslon that Dob llurdctte Is one o!
t.tho best fellows on earth.
1 Congressman Mcl.achlah was
prompt to show that ho was In the
company of very prominent person
.ages lu his Alaskan land dealings.
In shaping up tho policies for tho
coming political campaign of Ha
waii, the people should first demand
that the public schools shall be am
ply prolded for.
v Onl a few more rebellions In Ko
rea will be necessary' to make on-
!U,.rjQxntion "an act of civilization" for
and in behalf of a people unable to
1 govern themselves.
Dignity of the Supreme Court Is
always more or less frigid. No one
expected the justices to arise and
proposo three cheers for the new
member least of all tho 'new mem
ber. Wrlto this down whero you will
fall over It every day: The time
tb ndvertlso in order to draw busi
ness Is when you want business. If
ou want business all the year
round, jou will keep up the adver
tising at the same gait.
New York city draws public at-,
tcntlon by tho billions It Is to spend'
on public works. It expendg as
' much and more on Its public schools,
and oyer) one takes that as a matter
of course, thus suggesting 'a good
example for Hawaii to follow.
They- had lynching parties In
Paris 'yesterday. If It does not call
mforth as many editorials 'as some of
ithc same affairs In our own country,
we may suppose that Paris is on the
'favored list of places that can do
'such things In the name of art and
frivolity, and make It go down.
Yesterday someone said the-hotels
, were- filled to overflowing, and tho
other fellow said: "For Heaven's
sako don't say any moro about "It."
But when an American steamship
ft leaves port crowded or overflowing
with passengers, what a poise goes
up. Such things are noticed among
'those who make the laws of the
country and hope to shape those
laws in a manner best suited to
strengthening tho American position
;'In the Pacific.
ThoAjoung preacher was rather A New York physician with a
nervous, and in referring. In his ' large practise makes It an unswerv-
R., sermon1; to the miracle of the fecd-(lng
f' Jng of tho C000, said: "And the
. Lord fed Ave men with 70b0 loaves
r, nnri "?nnn fiin "
An Irishman In the audience cau
sed outt "Dedadt I could do that
There was a general titter and
the young preacher. In some confu
te slon, finished his sermon. By the
next Sunday ho had decided to cor
rect his mistake and rebuke the
Irishman, so at the proper time he
again referred to the miracle, sAy
Ing: "And the Lord fed 5000 with
eevenloaves and two fishes." Point
ing his finger at the Irishman, he
said: "Could you do that, Mr, Mur
( x "Yls, I think I could, yer rlverenco
'A with what I had left over from
tlnst Qunday," was the quick reply.
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.FEBRUARY '1, 1910
Readers of mainland newspapers
do not hnve to be told that a cer
tain clement of tho country Is very
much afraid of the revival of tho
Roosevelt furore, and loses no op
portunity to take n whack at tho
administration, so liberally applaud
ed when Roosevelt was at the hoad
of things. It U not frequently, how
ever, that Hawaii Is brought Into
the controversy. So the following
from tho Sin Francisco Post repre
sents what little Incidents aro grasp
ed as a means to discredit former
Rooscvcltlsm and guard against tho
prospect of moro of It In tho fu
"Former Governor Carter of Hn
vvall hastens to announce a chango
of heart In regard to tho Japanese.
Two j ears ago he gained consider
able notoriety by saying that ho
i would not object to his daughters
I having Nipponese husbandsi but dur
ing the subsequent Interval he has
had opportunity for reflection and
'amendment of view. Now he con
demns the Japanese as strongly as
he 'once eulogized thcm. Mt seems
fatrly evident that Mr. Carter Is try
ing to Tohabllltato his political caste
Vith 'objects, not cntljiely unslolilsh.
In prospect. He was one of the
least satisfactory of the many Roose
velt appointees whose deficiencies of
almlnlstratlon were equalled only by
't!i"lr Indiscreet loquacity. Probably
... believes that a simple change of
sentiment on the race question will
entitle him to a seaf-ln the band
wagon In tlm'e for the 'return from
Elba.' " r
HAWAII'S SPLENDID RECORD.
If anjono doubts tho progress of
i Hawaii, he should read the figures
given In the last issue of the statis
tical summary of commerce between
Hawaii and the mainland, Issued by
the Department of Commerce and
The ?pub1lcatIAn Just come to hand
gives ho figures for the eleven
months ending with November,
The total value of our shipments
of-merchandise to the 'mainland dur
ing those eleven months was $40,
778,583. During the same period we 'bought,
merchandise from tho mainland
valued fat $17,607,900. Our 'ship
ments for the same period in 1908
were valued at $14,464,645.
The figures show that whereas our
shipments to the mainland for the
period under consideration dropped
oft some $300,000 as compared with
1908, our purchases from the main
land Increased over three millions
They can hardly accuse Hawaii or
not sharing Its prosperity liberally
with all parts of tho United States of
JOIN THE PARADE.
Honolulu people have ganed tho
reputation of doing well most every
thing they undertake. This is no
time to make an exception to the
This year's "Floral Parade should
bo the greatest success the city has
ever known. The parade Is worth
while. Therefore It must have the
popular support of not only the peo-
rule that all his patients, to
save time, undress before consulta
tion. One day a meek little man
entered at the busiest hour. Ho was
dressed completely from black hat to
gray gloves. -ff
"Take off your clothes II yottot
to see me," commanded the doctor
gruffly, warding off stammering ex
planations by repeating the order.
When his turn- had come again
the 'meek little man reentered. The
doctor's rule bad been compiled
"Now what can I do for you,
slr7" asked tho doctor In profession
al tones. There was a world of pa
tience In the reply: "I merely came
to collect your subscription for the
foreign missionary society."
The doctor's diagnosis of the case
U not recorded. , . ,
pic who nro pleased to come .here
end witness the show, but tho prac
tical assistance of the 'automobile
owners of this city.
Prosperity of tho past yeftr has
been productive of nothing If not 'n
nrfrct shnwnr nf ntitnmnhllrn ffit
the residents of ,thts city. The ofll- j
clal record Indicates that there aro
Ave hundred autos In the city, and "
it Is quite reasonable to expect That
at least one hundred of theso ma
chines should be found iriitlie'paradq
of the 22nd of , February.
Loyalty toIjiJrjMclty'' bught to In
spire the we'll to-do automobile on ti
ers lo give the tlnt and .attention,
and the money, required for repre
sentation In the parade. Thero
should be a .spirit (ft competition n
to who shall do the most In making
a success 'of the event of the month
we knight1 well Bay of the year.
Pon't let the city get the reputa-'J
tlon of becoming quickly tired In
well doing, when It comes to com
munity programs that call tor sup
port year after year.
Join the parade, 1
Make this the biggest and tho best
j ear In the history of tho Floral Pa
rade, as well as In tho business and
Industrial, and automobile, history
BRITISH POLITICS AND WHAT
Only the Pharlseo Is happy that
he Is not as other men, and, ot
course, we have few of them In Ha-J
wall, especially In politics.
Hut we do have considerable pol
itics' that many people declare Is of
a brand peculiar to our Islands nnd
our people. It Is claimed that we
deal too much In petty things; that
we nre not as dignified, not as 'In
telligent as others In our appeals to
the people; 'and therefore wb do not
properly govern ourselves and should
Borne of the criticism Is Justified
and moro of It Is no, when what
We, do'ln Hawaii Is compared with
tho antics of humanity In other
parts Of the world supposed to bo
more enlightened and to which wo
are referred for examples.
One of tho examples. Great Brit
sin, has been holding tho greatest
elections of Its life. Its people are
dealing with tremendous Issues. And,
Jdst by way of comparison we beg
our, readers to follow the adjoining
newspaper report of.Bomo of the In
cidents ot that great, campaign car
ried on among an enlightened
So bitter has the struggle be
, corao that no chaVge is too se-i
rlous to be 'made under the
stress ot campaign excitement
and partisan rivalry. ' Feeling
has become Intensified to such
an extent that' the most hein
ous accusations And ready cre
Accusations of "calculated
and frigid lying," a phrase
. coined by Arthur Ualfour, have
become commonplace in the
controversy, 'and when such as
persions 'are repelled or dis
proved 'by either 'sde 'they are
never glyen the formality of a
Lord Rothschild stands out
"alono In (his welter of slander
ous mendacity as having apol
ogized for seriously misrepre
senting a statement made by
the Chancellor ot the Ex- i
chequer. Mr. Lloyd-George pub-
llcly acknowledged Rothschild's
honesty and sent his letter ot I
apology to Lord Savlle, who had i
refused to withdraw a damaging
Imputation he had cast upon
the Chancellor, although wholly
unable to substantiate It. The
letter was Intended for an ex-
.ample to, Savlle ot how a gen-
Real Estate for Sale ;
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i! bargain at KalmukL on Eleventh
Avenue, $1600. ' J
Lots lu KalmukI Park Tract, M00
each, on easy payments. Three ""
acres, cleared and, fenced, In the Kal-
h HPmukl Tract; 'Jor, $2600, Acreage ,
?i J '5V '-.'J , ...
J t property In Palolo' Valley.
These are a tew
ties we have to
In real estate.
Fort and Merchant Streets
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Buy this -week. For 6 days we will
continue to- tell thou choice Kai
muki lotyri;ht on 'the 'car-line, for '
$400. Terms: 50 cash; $10 per
ii initantanawua if sent by the
Office Open Sunday From 8 to 10
tleman should act when proven
The peers are Infuriated and
stung to, deep' anger 'find resent
ment? by Lloyd-George's re-
morselesg v criticism. He said
yestordaythat a lord's only ti
tle, to lcglslato arises from the
accident ot his "being tho first
of a litter," and that to quality
for an old-age ponslon of a dol
lar a week Is far more difficult
than to become a hereditary leg
. The "Hlack TJread' Controver
sy'" has become 'another Instruc
tive feature of the up-to-date
methods ot English electioneer
ing. The Free Traders aro
warning tho British worklng
i men that It he invokes protec
tion he shortly will be feeding
like the working men ot Ger
many, on black broad and the
flesh ot horses and dogs and
cats. - i
Td this prophecy tho Protec
tionist papers retort that tho
black bread of Germany Is eat
en ns a delicacy at1 the King's
table and bubllsh sworn state
ments front the acrihnn baiter
who supplies Buckingham Pal;
ace. To thU-rtho Fife Traders
have rejoined 'that the pumper
nickel eaten by.Klna Edward Is
vastly different, from the sour,
musty, sickening stuff that,
called schwartzbrodt, 'forms the
staple food of the German poor.
After reading this brief account
of what Is going on 'among our fel
low men who have been schooled In
self-government for centuries, the
things that are donefln the Terri
tory; of Hawaii don't seem such an
awful violation ot all that Is civil
ised In public life and legitimate In
the politics ot a tree and enlighten
ed community. ' '
HAWAII AND MA1N
MNJP Tho slio of 'Hawaii In tho mainland
mind-Is fairly well expressed In tho
following 'editorial from tho Saturday
Evening Post: '
"A, cltiton of tho ynltod States, wo
learn from press reports, has delivered
of the opportunl- '
otter for-Investment t
Htl i li .. i t I
MAKIKI DISTRICT: .
Good 7-room house, fine loot-'
New fi-room cottage, just com
pleted; strictly modern and
up to date ....,. .$4200
WE HAVE SOME GOOD LOTS IN
They arc well located and khans
at the price.
we oner for-rent a six-room fur
nished house on Alexander street.
Eouie is modem, lane rooms, and
in -very- ood condition. Rent, $70
Large 12-room, 5-bedroom- house
on Pacific Heights. Venr good house
and cheap at the price $30 per
month. ' '
SEE 'US FOR THESE AND OTHER
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY,
; LOOTED, '
" BETTTKT, HTRgRI "
a spirited attackiupon Governor Frcar.
What does that name conaote to read
ers of this magazine or, rather, to
how many ot them does It connote
anything whatever? Did one out of
fifty thousnnd ever hear it before?
8ome vague adumbrations of meaning
may begin to attach to tho Governor's
name wlici'vvo odd that the citizen's,
name l& -. .Manaole. His resldonce,
hotaver, Ih. not Porto Rico or the
Philippines, but Hawaii, and we judge
from the context of the dispatch thai
Mr. Frear Is the governor of that territory.-'
"Citizen Kalanlanaolo charges that
the i Administration ot Governor Frear
has been unduly favorable to the big
sugar planters. Wo haven't, of course,
the remotest Idea concerning the
Justness' of the charge. Neither, broad
ly speaking, has 'anybody else In this
country. Hawaii Is a long way off,
populated mostly; by Btrango folk.
Who, In this country; -knows, except
upon somo extraordinary occasion
what the Government Is doing thero?
"Nevertheless we find a very intelli
gent and usually well Informed journal
romarklng, without protest: 'Evl
donco.ls accumulating that In time
tho United States will be obliged to
exercise such a dominating Influence
over certain Central 'American States
as to be considered the real ruling
power there." That Is, wq shall bo
trying to govern people- with whom
wo have little sympathy, of whom
our .knowledge Is the Mlghtost, so
that, except at long Intervals and up
on some raro occasions, we shall never
know how our agents do tho govern
ing,' "If wo wcro a Central American, wo
would as lief tako our chances wait a
Zelaya of our own breed, agaliiBt
whom, at leatt, wo could fight.''
PA8ADENAN3 TO, r
TOUR THE WORLD.
Mra. and Mrs. Will T. Davies of
Prospect Park aro leaving February
first for a trip around the world on
tho stoamer '"Cleveland," which sails
from San Francisco on that date.
They will Join" a largo party who' come
from all over tho United States, and
thirty-two are from Los Angeles;- Mr.
and Mrs. Davies being tho only Pasa--dena
passengers, 'At Naples Mr, and
Mrs. Davies will leave, the, party and
will make H'loasurolyjti) lajrli !tiron
by themselves as they'wih1 toWmafrf
longer than, the ltlnorarvi ir-of the
Cleveland nartv. Mr, ll.ivlna u
member of tho lumberflrm whfch'
bears his namo'and ho and his charm
ng wlfo nro very popnlar-ln aoctaf
and musical circles, vMs. Davfos hav
ing been for some years organist at
the Christian church.
Two members of tho Rockefeller
Bible class, Imvo been selected to servo
on tho grand jury of Which John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., Is the foroman..anI
which Is making a-thorough Investiga
tion of tho so-called, whlto slayo trade
In New York City,
aa . .
'The making of ,chlnaware la, the
oldest ot nil Industries,
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BEST IN WORLD
Mr. Buffum Claims Descriptions of
Xilauea by Tourists Have Never
Done-the Sight Justice Backs
Up His Story of Near Accident.
'., "Iihave Just returned from tho Vol
cancj,, which was In a state of very ac
tive eruption. Tho night before our
EarrV loft, tho lak,o fell about ten feet,
utftho display was If anything moro
startling than before," said Jesse II.
fluriim) the correspondent of the
Louisiana Planter. "A long stretch
of Bio 'spatter rim hid "become tou
Hoafy and hadt broken off when the
lava receded. There had been, dur
ing tho previous night, a considerable
flow on tho nbrth Bide Into tho pit
proper. The onttro spectaclo Is ono
of Infinite grandeur, 'and surpasses all
descriptions' I have ever heard of
Kllauea; and I assure you somo elo
quent tongues' havo t6ld tho tales aa
best they could. Probably the most
realistic delineation I have ever listen
cl to Is tho lecture given weekly at
Los Angeles by tho Promotion Com
mittee's able representative, Francis
"Thero la ono feature of tho Volcano
trip that I feel Is worthy of especial
recognition, and that Is tho'prlcelesi
records on file at the Volcano House;
These volumes havo brightened many
A rainy day and furnished a rare
treat tn thnnn ahnta 'nrlmlrnttn,, tnw
Nature's formulatlvo performances
rocs aeopcr man tno merely super"
flclal. It Is a squrco 'of great pleasure
to poro over thoso records, dating
back to the ante-bellum period, an1
dCrlvo therefrom an accurate know!
edgo of tho manifestations of Kllauea
during n half century. Tho visiting
public should bo particularly grateful
to two or three gentlemen who havo
contributed giatltously to thoso rec
ords from time to timo, and supplied
iho most accurato Information and
observations. Thoso whom I noticed
In particular arc: Mr. E. D. Baldwin.
Mr. L. A. Thurston, Mr. Lydgato, Iho
ttev. Westervclt, nnd Prof, Dryan.
"Great pressure should be brought
to bear In Fiank Clark to Induce him
tb Include Kllauea In his tour Itiner
ary, on tho very noxt excursion tha.
he sends out. It Is to be supposed
that he desires to glvo his tourists
tho cream ot tho world. Tho testi
mony of -world-travelers who havo
sought Natiiro and man at helr best.
Is overwhelmingly In favor of khlB
vdlcanb as the" -earth's most majestic
and most startling spectacle" or scene.
Clark plans to stop here, anyhow; he
could do nothing better on his entire
Itinerary than to .spend a few days In
giving this great featuro to his travel
ers. "I think It is a great mistake to try
to keep tourists on this Isl.ind. The)'
do not give as glowing an account bf
their visit, on returning to tho main
land, as they would If they had been
encouraged to tako In Maul and Ha
waii and Kauai. It would be a good
thing for over) ono It tourists could
land fjrst at Hllo. The volcano and
tho few attractions about Hllo would
create a keener dcslro to see ALL
that the Islands hold. I can name to
you tourists In Honolulu today who
aro not planning to visit the volcano1
at all, thus missing tho very best
thing down hero. And they aro the
kind who ,aro spending months, not
dhys, here, too, t fear they find 'very
little incentlvo hero In Honolulu to
mako tho volcano trip.
"No," said Mr. Duffum, speaking ct
his experience in tho volcano pit, "I
am not at all surprised that tho re
port of my adventuro was received
with Incredulity In some quarters.
Thero would have been no ululatlons
from tho bjstander It the story had
been handed to his paper, ot courso;
that's, a neat llttlo principle perfectly
familiar to, tho newspaper cblt. But
It matters not onb wMt to mo. Thero
Is not one partlclo ot scientific value
to xay experiment; and no ono Is to
profit by tho experience. It was a
risky thing to do, and any man Is a
fool who will assume such risks. I
myself did not know what I was get
ting into; but I usually see a thing
through when onco undertaken. Had
placed any value on witnesses, or
cared one whit for proof, I would have
waited for an audience, of course", arid,
moreover, would havo sent for a rep
resentative of a mornlrig paper, Just
to bo sure of porfoct plausibility.
"As to a description ot tho volcano
adoquate and fitting It Is Impos
sible, Is tlieio an alphabet ot the
universe? From whence1 shall ono
draw language to describe tho Inde
scribable?" I , , y
t TODAY BY ROBERT8
Thp liquor license formerly hold by
Kfehjme for the saloon' at tho Junction
of KJIng and Borotanla streets was
last weok transferred to Jack Roberts
by the liquor board, This board also
allowed Roberts to mako use of the
unoxplred pari of the license for the
uso of tho Kentucky Saloon, which
was formerly run by Jas. Thompson.
Under this airnugomcnt tho Ken
tucky Saloon was opened loday by
Jack Roberts' with John Cannon as
assistant. The opening Is tttholy on
account of tho fl(;ot being In. Honolu
lu, and It -Is bellovod tho Kentucky
will prove a popular place for the men
of tho fleet.
REDUCED TO $
Government Will Make a Test Case
Some Doubt of Present Case
Cominr Under Coastwise Ship-
i ping Laws; ,
The San Francisco Chronicle, In
Its reference to the fine levied
against the steamship Cleveland ,
tinder the shipping laws of tho coun
Arrnrrllnir in n Wftahtnirfnn Ala.
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puicn receivca yesieraay, me term
of tho ngreement are, that Collector
of tho Port Fred St,8traUon Is In
structed to go through the motions
of enforcing tho $137,600 fine,' but
that a protest Is to bo taken lmmev- ,
dfately to Washington, whereupon
the fine will bo reduced, t a the nom
inal sum of $1000, .with lhoi under
standing that the Hamburg'-merl- '
can Steamship' Company shall bring
a test case In the Federal court tp
determine tho applicability of the
law to this case.
Bcnjamlp S. Cable, the new as
slstan,t secretary of the department,
Is quoted as desiring' a court author
ization for future guidsneo in this
case, as the steamship company pro
poses to conduct two ot theso round-the-world
cruises each year, one to
begin In New York and end tn San
Francisco and another to begin In
San Francisco and terminate In New
York. It Is stated that many fines
have been mitigated under this stat
ute whore the application has seem
ed unreasonable, and the' department
does not Wish to assume further re-
sponslblllty tn tho interpretation of
the law, which was framed to pro
tect and encourage American ships
In tho coastwise cnrrjlng trade.
That the steamship company has
accepted this agreement with the ex
pectation that Its Interests will not
suffer Is shown by the announce
ment that the Cleveland will come
here from Honolulu according to tho
original program and not bo diverted
to a British Columbian port, as well '
as by the announcement that she
will leave here on Fobruary' 5 with
a complement ot 7S0 tourists who
will end their circumnavigating voy
age in New York.
While Collector Stratton said yes
terday that the Cleveland's passen
gers would land here and that the
company hid accepted the agreement
proposed at Washington, he 14ft It to
the (department to make public the
terms ot the agreement. lie said
that he had received no less than
five telegrams on the subject front
Washington, and while he had
sought Instructions it is understood
that his view ot the case was that
as the purpose ot the passengers on
this cruise when they embarked from
New York was not to get to Bah
Francisco, but rather to make' a tour
ot tho world, which Incidentally enJ
ed here, the case did not come wttb
in the spirit or Intention ot the law
which prohibits a vessel ot foreign
register from tranjfjortlng passen
gers between two American ports.
READY TO ACT
(Continued from Page 1.)
Judge Matthewman ot Kallua Is anx
ious tp come to Honolulu, a member
of the Bar Association has. written
to him, and It .ho states that he
would like to secure a transfer "to
Honolulu, It Is stated that a deter
mined effort will he made in Mat
C. W. Ashford will also come be
fore the association as a candidate.
Now that De Bolt is an Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court ot the
Territory, all ot the work pending
before the first judge of the Circuit
Court has been assigned to Judge
Whitney, and. until a successor Is
named, the two departments of the
Circuit Court will have all they 6hn
do to handle the unfinished work. '
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