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EVENINd nUU-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1910.
Evening Bulletin DAIXY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. At 120 Kin Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI. Wallace R. Parrlngton, - - Kclltor SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. uvuisiisa iiui.L.11 tin pt Month, tiirwhtrt la U 3 .7 Per Quartet, anywhera Id V S... 3.UO r Yrr, anyhert In U S. H.oo Per Yeai, postpaid, foreign. ..... 13. ou Wlil!KL.r UUl.-L.miN ftl SI& Monlns.. ta) .flo Ter Year, anywhcictnUS .. . l.o Per Year anywhere n Canada.. I.ptvt Per Year pfwipaM, lottiirn 3.x CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED in the Territory of Hawaii, - 2L85 Business Office, - 5t T.f J Editorial Rooms, m 1 latered at the rnMnrTtce at lloiioiilu aj iccond-rlasa matter. e TUESDAY DECEMBER 20. 1010 I Keep faithl with all men; keep faith with thyself; this wins all bat. i. tics, even the greatest and last. Cardigan. LlberitlD nro lclorioiis In Cttlnit itntl Orcat Ilrltaln This la not n jc.tr for Stantl pattern In nny nation on earth Soeral hundred thousand tons more or leap, ot Increased production can't hao much cllect on tho sugar market now. Ounces ot lrcentlon arc worth tons of euro Bo kill the. mtniilto while thlnkliiR of tho best means for making Honolulu a hundred thousand town. Investigation of RooscvcU'b hills should result hy till means In b'tak InR up socral measures of dry bones And tho ltoosoelt skeletons won't be tho ones to rnltlo loudest. Gmernor Frcar's remarks lndlertto that whllo ho Is somewhat oft Hie track In tho disposal of water and lands, ho has tho right Idea when It comes to tlte cold wuter farce of Pro hibition. Two dally sessions of tho Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchanrjo put tho local market almost out of action, so t,he new Exchango possibly shows wisdom In starting when tho market Is at bed rock and reaching for uny substrains there may bo In sight. Portugal's now ro eminent has a worthy ambition In Its dcslro to build up a new navy and restore tho power of former years Hut to do this ef fectually. It must huo ti stronger backing than can bo obtained from Its present depleted treasury. From a casual reading of tho Mc- Crosson Wnhlawa bill, all that is asked Is tho privilege ot contiolllng all tho water that is now lined hy tho Wahlaw.i homesteaders, tho United Btates Army and tho W'ulalu.t planta tion Tho bill is a reminder of the man who, seeing something lie want' ed, asked for It PR0I1IBITI0NISTSAND HAWAII. "Prohibition Mils nro sleeping" is the message that tonus over the cable They ought to bo deader than Hec tor's pup after tho coroner got through with him Intlted tho relal of tho Prohibi tion bills in their application to Hit wall Is about the most perfect Insult to the people of these Islands that could be Imagined It nIiows tho cal iber of the Prohibition outfit ami gives a clearer Idea of why they uro bo generally hated lly bringing tlicso bills or tho bill that proposes Prohibition for Hawaii to tho front, tho Prohibitionists uro making it vicious attack on Hawaii's privilege of self government; they arc Haunting tho sneer of Incoinpo- teneo in tho faco of the clectorato; they nro entitled to neither respect for Integrity of their motives nor honor for tho loyalty they aro pre sumed to bear tho principles on which the government of our common coun try Is founded Commissions may report untl good men may recommend; what tho peo ple ot Hawaii through their represen tatives have to decldo Is, whether they will place tho public schools In a position of first Importance and caro for them accordingly, as do Ameri cans In every other community of tho country. It would nppcar from the resolution passed by tho Chamber of Commerce trustees that tlfo community Is unan I mou b in backing tho IJ u 1 1 o 1 1 n's claim that tho peoplo of I law alt uro enfltled to h hearing beforo their rightB, titles anu interests aro ucuv . ered Into tho hands of private cor porations clothed with rights of em Incnt domain. ANOTHER JOKER. It must bo remembered In connec tion with tho McCrosson bill, ns amended by tho Governor, that us soon its the ditch company has brought the water to Its destination, tho Irrigation company Is entitled to tho use find possession of the govern ment lands, to bo turned over to It by tho executive, with tho privilege- of holding them or renting them to tho plantations UNTIL such time us tho homesteader appears and demands it home, and Is willing to tako it homo with wator at it flguro fixed by arbi tration between tho government and tho water company. In other words, tho bill Is so ad Justed that It Is to the Interest of tho plantations and the McCrosson end of It to stand tho homesteader off ns long ns possible, and If ho still In sists upon taking up land and agrees to tho price for water, to frcczo him out as soon ns possible Tho plantation Is tho customer nnd the best customer and tho surest pay, nnd will glvo tho least bother fur It will tako tho water In largo blocks Therefore, tho ditch company will naturally prefer plantations to home steaders. On tho other hand, so far its tho plantation Is concerned, every home steader who appears means that much less water for tho plantation, so that tho bill, ns framed, might well bo stamped as ono designed to maku tho homesteader an Intruder on tho pub lic lands, a nulsnnco to bo got rid of That is ono reason why the McCros son hill ns amended Is declared to bo wrong In principle Our Incoming Hoard of Supervisors Is furnishing nil tho excitement us the outgoing Iloaid assumes an at mosplicre of pence May It bo true, (hat blttillthtc pavement 1b not at the bottom of tho trouble,. Tho city does not want to go through aiioth er long series of bitter wars of words Just to bring forth another few yards of pavement. Peoplo visiting Honolulu this win ter will not raru whether tho price if RURitr Is up or down what they will wunt U houses to live In anil I liny urn lint likely to fjulhhltt over Iho nrlce. It Is tho unit (if wlvdnm for Honolulu In ruiiHt fur lli loiirhtt, crop mid bo n it position in nuike (ho must of It III Ilia ImrWM mvuiiii ...TiiurUU won't patch mi Mux -r ,Plfrl lllifl l( HUM I"1'" (tlif Jil" HOUSES FOR RENT UNrURNlSHED h No. . " W' '' llcdrooms. Prlrc. , ;..."ie.t .... n ir.o.uo (KntmtiM, 7th Ave.... li 4ii,00 Knincliiiincli'il IV. ltd.. I 2(1.00 Lrvvcrs Ud.-Jj' 3 311.00 Knmcli nucha IV. ltd.. 1 2r..OO Walph 3 12.00 j I Ktimcliamelm IV. ltd.. 2 'lfi'.OU Klnnu St. ,.' "; 3'1' 30.00' Wnlalao ltd 2 32.fiO Shm( St. '. 3 40.00 lleretanln untl Alnp.it.. I 37.50 Kln.iil St I 32 Till Klnnu St C 40 on C.trtw right ltd 2 IS 00 Nmiiinu St I luOu Young St 2 10 00 TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd. WYNNE'S CASE FOR SALE Fine Suburban Resi dence in Manoa Valley Seven acres of Land, with new llung.tlovv, (Jur.iso and other uecessarj buildings. rurulttiro will bo Included It desired. Can quctc very favorable terms. Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. BETHEL STREET When You Want to Send a Wireless Call Up 1574 and a Boy Will Come for the Mcssarc pointed out ns dangerous to tho pub lic Interests nnd unworthy of support The position of tho Advertiser seems to be that tho bill Is Indefensible, I tit nevertheless It would like to ecu It go through (Continued from lace 1) use II, ns long as they did not Inter fere with Iho navigation of vessels In discussing tho matter this morn Ing Dr. Mltuinura of Iho Hawaiian Fisheries stated that ho hits had it talk with tho directors of tho com pany who decided to advlco tho own ers tn pay for thu uso of tho wharf, This, ho said, they itgiccd to tl. nnd they will ull call at tho onico or Pub lie Works to deposit all tho dollu qiient fees. After the) h.ivo llono that, then, they will change their plum of nn chnrngo to tho F.wa ll.tckfehl wharf, I)r Mllamiira hitld this mninliig, (lint nn agreement has been inntla between Holiday Framing1 Wc use the same crafts manlike methods in making oar frames as in our Christ mas Novelties all original with a well balanced stock to select from. GURREY'S (Continued from Pace 1.) not to inny Bcpirntc particular ilini iiitiult), mid one (ommlttlng tho crimes referred to In that section In the harbor of Honolulu In tho Tci- f rltory of Hawaii Is within tho Juris diction or Iho District Comt or tho United States for th.it Tcrrltor) United States v llcvans (3 Wheat., 337), nnd Tulbot v. Silver How County (133 U. S , I3S), distin guished I " 'Whl'o hv section T, of Iho Or- ginle Ait or the Territory or ll.iw.tll or A pi 1 1 30, IS'10 (e. 339, 31 Stat., 141), tho Constitution ot tho Unit ed States nnd laws not ln-.tlly Inap plicable were extended to Hawaii, and lij section fi ot that net laws of Hawaii not repealed and not luion slttent with such Constitution and laws were left in force, nothing In tlin nit opci.itcil to leave Intact the Jurisdiction of the Territorial lourta over crimes (omiultlcd In tho har bors of Hawaiian ports inclusively cognlr.iblo by Hie courts or the Unit ed States under section 5330, ltcvla cd Statutes. "'A uipj ot the original certificate or enrollment or u oscl- certified under tn.il hy tho deputy rtillcrtnr o'f customs of the port whero Issued whlih Is In form us icittlrcil b t.cc Hon 1 150, Hovlfcd Statutes, held to be MilTltiCiit tinder tho' lOiidltliWis ur Identification of tho signature untl Fcnl and section 882, Revised Stat utes, to provo the national iliurac ter of the eKe1 intnll which tho crime was committed l ono Indict-' ed mid tried under bo tldli '5333, Ho vised Statutes ' " New Crop! Fresh Pineapples! I.e.tvn vollr orders for ii crate of SIX CIIOICU tl'INHS ut 72 King street. ISLAND FRUIT CO., 72 S. Kinp; Sticct Phone 1515 Hiukfctd Company anil tho Hawaiian Fisheries Compiny. According In him, tho owners of the big samp ins will ho reipdieil to pa 12 a mouth per boat for tho vvharfngo facilities ut Ilitckreld wlnrf, whllo tho small siimpaus will ho taxed Jl n month each Later, n long Icnsa wilt ho mado ho tvvecii Hnckfcld H Co mid thu tilt wnllaii Fisheries Co How long tho te.iso will run Is not jel known BULLETIN ADS PAY THE ADVERTISER AND M'CROSSDN. Tho Advcrtlsor seems to be back ing tho McCrosson bill, but, evidently, Is doing so with n lump In Its tin oat. It mildly suggests that us tho Mc Crosson bill Is designed to mnko tho desert blossom as the roso, that ti'i tulnly It should not ho killed on sight, us suggest! ti In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii Probably wo could make thu duieit blossom us tho rosn If wo let In two hundred and fitly thousnnd uiiiio Jap anese. Hveobody on the Insldo with land to ho developed, work In bo done, cntei prises to bu stinted, would (unf it tor thu time being by sued mi In flux or labor and many lands now dry us deserts would blossom ns tho lose Thu trouble would hi gin after Iho ruso had got thioiigli blossoming, As Hallux (linn said in icfuiiinin In his Hying iiiiKhliio Iho Hying wits nil light, Urn liiiiililn Intuitu when ho III. Ho Ion Willi thu MrCriissoii hill ,lt will he Hid lighting period Hint will (ipeii, our eye . ,l . 'Ili nld'iidiiirn uj "UvM lii'fijTriomi liiiir M IiHIhi rtilril &7wiWhllii vlutt bus (he ,diirlle In suy us In Ihn dlffsji'iii fiwlureji of Hint hill Unit nl Waterhouse Trust Real Estate for Lease Makao Beach lots, Koolauloa, Oahu Wo nfTor theso deslrnblo bench lots sltil.iio on tho windward rldo of O.iliu for Icaso for n twenty (20) jcar'torm ut n inodorato rental, , A. Lota uro 100x300. . tr t 'lh la property can bo reached .by rail. ! For Sale A Bar,raiii in Mnkiki District for $3250 Waterhouse Trust TOUT AND Mi:itCJ,AHT STIUXTS HONOLULU, T, II, TO BE SUCCESS Letter From Coast Tell Big Booking on the Wilhclmina. of That tho Shrlners' excursion will he it grand success Is evidenced front letters received on the Inst mall from tho Coist, vvhl h tell of nearly every ivom on tho Wllhelmlnu ulieady be ing taken for tho trip to Hawaii in Fcbruarj, when the Imperial Poten tate comes to this city. ,1 nines S. McCmidlcs, potentate of Aloliii Temple, received a lettur fiolii licorgo Fllmer III which ho says; "I havo Just returned from u visit to Los Angeles, vvheic 1 put In tluce bolid dus with Imperial Potentate Ficd lllnet,, assigning tho dllTcrout nobles to their stutcioums. Wo have clght-tvvu people signed up ut this writing and onlj about ten Etatc iooius left. Wa uro holding tho cap tain's btutcroom, captain's office and room I3 next door, for n crowd of Ijojh that uro going with me; thcro will bo ubottt 15 in these tluce looms. Thu accommodations aro go Ing fust, nnd I predict 111 tho next two vvccKs we will not have nil thing left. "Iou WlndEor has iicteplcil nnd 1 have assigned him to room 40; John Ilo)lo goes In room 42 (the ono oil hud), and Fred goos In 43; Frod IHiicr' two cousins lutvo 41; Mrs. M 11. Flint In 37, mid Hill llruvvii in .15 and bo It goos, with every loom taken on tho two upper decks," Mr Fllmer represents tho Imperial l'otcntnto in looking after tho. details uf the excursion. A mllllomilio may not object to buying his daughter it title rn much us ho objects to what goes with It Christmas Jewelry .Inn Irj Is 111.1 d hj evtrjiini'. II Is the gin fur (hrlslin.il.. 'I lie lilt Inn of .leuilrj diim nut iiuiiiMirll) iiiiaii Hie spinilliig of ii lot uf inline. In our l.iru'H kllltk )llll inn tlml In iiiinieriihli' uilli'lrs i,f minim iiiiiii iIiIku ut n inoilmilc prlic. tlur guild ure uevi and the lints lire i r) exlniiltr. II. F. Wichman & Co.. Ltd., IdiiillliK ,lilii, FOJIT BTHKET Lovejoy & Co. 902 Nuuanu Street. Phone 2708 Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors . Sole Agents for Cream Rye Whiskey Old Jas.E. Pepper Whiskey R. E. Wathen & Co.'s "Old Hospitality" High Grade Kentucky Whiskey aged in wood, sold by the gallon. Maui Wine A Home Production. The Bartlett A NATURAL Mineral Water, the Bcst',forTable anu ivicuicinai ruiposcs. V ,' Speoial Attention Paid to Family m . Trade Deliveries made to all parts of the city. Read This Reprints of the latest popular fiction nicely bound and handsomely illustrated. Per Volume, 75c ; Five for $3.00 The Christmas Bargain BR0WNHY0NC0.,Ltd. Alex. Young Building. LHE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at Haia and Kalac and will prosecute all persons found fishing in these reserves. I'liunr '.'.'ii;.". HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD. King Street Market- . When we tfet your cHri.i nii um n - - .- VUU U 111,1.1, w "WW coma to tho rescue with tfood old " PniNTER'9 INK i , WOD ADVDRTISINC IIA1 JAVCD MANY BUSINUJJ MBM IROM MNANCIAX HirWRWK HUUKTIN PUnUBHINQ C0 LTD, . "? W i- itvwMijTltooaaiiHini,: t$Lm.W&& K JWC WlflllUr