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HONOLULU RTAIBULLETIN, SATURDAY. OCT. 5, 1912.
"They bought who had not bought before,
And those who had bought, bought the more."
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Sole' Agents for the
THE PRESS and
The people of Walohinu say thai
tbey are .satisfied with' the Secre
tary Fisher Investigation. If is . too
bad that Mr. Fisber cannot possibly
realize the full extent of that compli
ment. And on "top of that we hear that
Mr. Fishef stopped Abe Loulsson
when be was talking coffee tariff.
This is nothing short of miraculous.
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THE NEXT. CI VIC. CONVENTION.
The plea made bjr J.' J. Walsh, ol
Kahulul.- asking that : the next Clvio
Convention should be held in Wailu
ku, should be given the backing, of
the Hilo Board of Trade In every pos
Bible manner. -To this city and es
pecially to President Elliott, of the
local organization, belongs the . honor
of .having Inaugurated this movement,
which has made a fine beginning and
will grow, as years go on, into one diJ
the , most important ' commercial I
event of the year. I ts : importance
- Can vou Imaalne a more oractical articia than a Tnatmi'i
colator, a Chaftnj Dish or an Iron? No flame, no combustion, no
vitiation of air, yet absolutely reliable, saying nothing of the conve
ys nience and satisfaction they bring you, "t-
V TOASTERS ....... ...$5.00
irons ..v.. 5.00
CURLING TONGS 3.50
Ol SC. STOVES . , . . 4.50
And othera too numerous to mention.
63-57 XINQ STREET.
We are determined to
maintain the high stand
ard of our milk, and at
great expense we have
renewed much "of our
handling machinery and
installed a refrigerating
plant of the most modern
pattern. Although the
cost of feed hat advanced
greatly, we will continue
to use only the best Milk
12 cents per quart
will increase through holding the In the main it would seem that the
meetings on the outside islands where Secretary approved of the Governor's
the incoming of from fifty to one policy. Mr. Frear has met all charges
hundred visitors is noticed and more with calm dignity and given good and
cordially received than in a larger sound reason for all of his actions,
place like Honolulu. To be sure Ho- The greater part of the accusations
nolulu has hotel accommodations brought against him have fallen flat,
which are , not available here or on Most of those who aired their home
Maul, but 'the fact that a number of stead grievances before Mr. Fisher
delegates f did not stay in the local .i appeared not to have studied the
hotel but visited with friends In this question thoroughly, some even dit
city. gave the , meeting a much more flaying an astonishing . ignorance
cordial feeJing and in general made tbout the homestead law. They came
the occasion one of less ceremonj before the Secretary entirely tin pre
End of easier and better understand- pared and failed to give adequate re
Ing than would have been the case plies to his keen questions on the sub
under other circumstances. Hawaii ject. The only really severe censure
THE INVESTIGATION. ,
, The probing of the charges against ne commented upon the lack of pub
Mr. Frear. as chief executive of Ha- ,,c.itJr Klven to the administration's
wail is completed, and the invest i- Intentions in regard to homesteading.
gating Secretary together with Sec- 'uI1 information on the subject of
retary of State Knox, depart in th PUD,ic lands, the Secretary claimed,
Maryland this afternoon. .Whatever nad not been furaished the people and
the outcome of the investigation may as a result there was a feeling that
be as regards the Governor, of the t,icy hafi DOt Deen fairly treated.,
beneficial effect upon the Territory Mr. Fisher's report to the President
at lanre there ran h nn drmht Q. will of necessity be a lengthy docu-
waiian affairs in general : have been
stirred up; and Paired as never before.
The broad' daylight has been let in on
matters that vitally -.concern . the wel-
fare of the Hawaiian people.
are positively " efficient
and guaranteed In every
CHAFERS w............ 10.00
TRAVELING SETS ..... 6.00
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OFFICE and WAREHOUSE:
NUUANU AND QUEEN STS.
STORAGE AND AUTO TRUCK
of criticism Mr. Fisher passed upon
the Governor was that he did not take
the public into his confidence. Thii
Ire,u and take sonie time to PrepareJ
11 18 not iiKeiy tiyu any action wiH
taken in the matter for some time
to come Election is drawing near,
and the administration at Washing
ton has weightier matters to think cf
Maui Weekly Times.
Mr Tft' :xfrAmo o.nHnr ia nm'
phasized by an Interview which he has
accorded a representative of our
neighbor, the Herald. He says plain- e Pnrea ana our row lever
ly that as to the result of the Novem- V' a VCh exterior maladies soon
ber election he Is not optimistic, but part, butwe p i y thoseritics who
that he looks for a quiet vote of small seem afflicted with a mild headache
and conservative business 'interests hch cuflng thf en,ar?mef f
and thinking laboring men favorable at part or his anatomy, - Toe state
to himself that will be surprising. He ment, at rtugnese re SffS
refers briefly to existing prosperity to vote fo,r "Pacheco and fell va and for
and intimates that he paved the way no else" is .just astrue as the
for it by vetoing the tariff bills. y i Anglo-Saxons limiting their vote to
This is a prophecy of defeat which ' Me;r;, lT?in and ?8? "f .f1"0
the accompanying modest avowal of Pdict that many such ballots will be
merit will not make any more pala- coun,ted, -in; November. The Herald
a- ' . 1 'wants to infer that many Portuguese
iuie io nis supporters, for reasons i
1. CtF? bl.USf "A8y A8
6v"6 iur. mil una year. a
large section of the quiet vote is tick-;
eted elsewhere also. If he can count
ww.. w uc w iuuui
TfeveX? SI- rr.ii0rihu'l
lieve that his vetoes are responsible'
STimJ S M'
whth Jrd cr mb? IUJth''
which would be a surprise indeed. .
wew York World.
HEARST'S "SUPPORT" OF GOV.
One of the comedies of current na
tional politics Is Hearst's "eupport" of
Governor Wilson for the presidency;
That "support" was scarcely an-
nounced in the largest tvne of the
Hearst comDosincr rooms when thf -
able editor himself wrote er, at least
signed his name to an editorial as
long as a Roosevelt executive mes
sage ripping the New Jerseyan's can
didacy up the back. It was mildly
and meagerly praiseful of Wilson
himself, but it damned about every-'asked
lui'jk mere is in nis niai nrm.
I ""Kn a' uAc iu
cods heln whom he "sunnorts" Plav
all ends of the game for the profit!
and elorv of William R. i
SHIFTING OF TRADE ROUTES.
; In two parts of the world, and per
haps in only two. is due consideration
being given to the results to come
from the opening of the Panama ca.
nal. Great Britain and the Pacific
coast of North America realize that
great changes in trade routes pro
foundly affecting them will follow the
linking of the oceans at Panama. The
apprehension felt in Ixmdon, Liver
pool, Manchester and other shipping
points in Great Britain is in marked
contrast to the buoyant hopefulness
of the Pacific coast, which expects
soon to be the scene of vastly increas
ed activities in all lines of industry
because of sea traffic through the ca
nal. In a recent issue of the London
Times a writer who has made a study
of the canal's possibilities declares
that its opening for traffic "will re
sult in a shifting of trade routes com
parable only with the effect produced
by the closing of eastern channels of
a ry a a; i
iraae Dy me capture 01 oiisianunopir
by the Turks in 14".3. That event," he
points out, "was the impelling cause
of the discovery of America. It led
swiftly to the decline of the Mediter
ranean states and to the beginnings of
the rivalry for world dominion among
the Atlantic powers. The bringing
of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of
. Geo. G. Guild, President and Manager
North America more than 8,000 miles
neater to each other by sea is, of
course, one obvious gain of great im
portance. But there are others.:
Whereas Japan, Australia and ew,
Zeal an 1, to mention nor other remote
regions, are now nearer to Liverpool
than to New York by more than 1,000
miles, the Panama canal will give
New, York an advantage over Liver
pool of from 1.800 miles in the case of
Japan to 2.700 miles in the case of
New Zealand. Chicago Daily News.
As a result of the vigorous protest
by A Setta against the cataloguing of
the Portuguese outside of the white
race, the Hawaii Herald last week
through its editorial column tendered
an apology to the Portuguese, which
is hereby duly accepted It then en
deavors to put up a lame defense by
purposely evading the real issue Re
sented by A Setta, and devotes some
space towards making an imaginary
diagnosis, of the political characteris
tics of the Portuguese. We will re
peat for the benefit - of !a'il what we
have said before. We are prowd of
beinS American citizens, but prouder
still of having Portuguese blood flow
ing through our veins We aro not
ashamed of onr nationality, but we
will not tolerate any insults from any
prejudiced persons regarding our col.
or or race. To ' utilize- phraseology
such as "Whites and Portuguese" 1s
a. ! j: i . a.i . 3 b
jjusi - as naicuious aiiaiiaDRvro-' as. tor
lU-Scance. " tiriiisn ana ocoinmen -or
'Mongolians and Japanese." i1or
tunate for us that we only had our
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tuguese candidates. That would not
. .. , . rarin Bi-Mo
for Metzger, Irwin and Ross belong to
h fiarrio rapp thnt PnHlimp dn.
d0 wt advocate a race ticket, but
do' hone and exuect to see about
elected in NovemberA Setta, Hilo.
MRS. RANDALL CALLED
HOME; MOTHER ILL'
Mrs. M. L. Randall, wife of the well
known cartoonist received word by j
cable this morning that her mother !
is critically ill in San Francisco and i
ureinsr that she hurrv to her bedside. ,
Mrs. Randall will sail on the Sonoma
Seventy-five cents for thrc cakes of:
French soap is about what you are!
to pay for a less noted Amer-
.au nuuuvi. i..v.. i""u.i.i
.Tnr thrir nArfunis and their snans.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., supply the
real artic'6 at a moderate price. t
Hawaiian Opera House
J FRIDAY EVENING - OGTOBER 11
TUESDAY EVENING - OCTOBER 15
Elenora de Cisneros
GRAND OPERA CONTRALTO
le of seats beginning Monday i
lng at the Promotion Committee
Orchestra, $2.50: Dress Circle, J2:lrprjcM hv-P hPn rer-PivPd nn tn the I
Last Two Rows, Dress Circle, 51.50;
Balcony, First Row, JIJW?: Balcony,
II; Gallery, 50c. .-i. X
. ' 4':i-i fn; .
With . three notable
aboard whose names are sure to . ling
er long after they have departed for
the mainland, the S. S. Marama is
four days from . Honolulu, which
means that it will be only seven days
until the. renowned Eleonora de Cis
neros appears for the first time in the
Hawaiian Opera House.
Friday, October 11 has been set for
the first concert' and the second will
be given Tuesday, October 15. As
sisting the1 great contralto singer are
M. Dufault, tenor, and James Lieb
ling, 'cellist, which makes the attrac
tion three fold stronger. .The Sydney
Morning Herald has devoted columns
of space : to the achievements . of the
trio, and the remarkable impression
they have made in Australia will be
easily duplicated here. ; t J --
"An ArtisticSuccess'.' are the head.-,
tines over the following story.
""The dazzling smile arid the" dark:
eyes lighting up the intensely enuv
tional face, the graceful swaying of
the body they were all familiarly
there as she came up the incline from
under the organ on to the platform.
and Eleonora de Cisneros on Satur
day night once; more stood before a
Sydney audience. The statuesque fig
ure robed in a rich pink costume, with
some black touches framing the poise
of the head on the shoulders, and the
hair pressed close to the temples by
a golden band, gave a theatrical ef
fect, as though the singer were sur
rounded by the pomp and circum
nnpni Vpt thorp was
t no departure from the strict cove-
nances of the concert hall. The two
artists who are with her for, the pres
ent tour are or ti
ent tour are of the highest attaln-
' ments. ,The tenor, M. Paut TJufauIt,
! has a voice strong, pure and true. His
'8 eT and natural, with
Perfect comraandof graduation r of
'tone, and the .vibrant : notes of th
upper register, ring through the hall
as clearly as the call or a silvery
tnimiut TfiA Va1Hcf Vfi Tarn ca T.ioK.
ling. Is a player .whose mastery was
apparent with the first BtroKe or nis
how. He has cultivated the cantabile
the bel canto playing one mtgnt
term it of the stringed instrument
above the bravura inclination ma 100
often obsesses cellolsts ana violinists
alike, and his renditions of a number
I r tn.a flnrM aveetca
Ul pitCD lire IIUU1 uviu
were a genuine treat
VAUUtV ILLt LUVtnb
Pnr thfirRt time in manv months.
the Empire theatre will make a bid
for business of the patrons of vaude-
ville tonight, when a new act which
, arrived yesterday will make its first
The act was originally booked for
appearance at the Liberty, but as!
several new acts are .due for this!
theatre early next week that it would 1
be impracticable to "play" in thf ;
.smaller Empire, Manager McGreer,
has derided to divide the talent bo-!
tween the Empire and Liberty the-)
atres until completion of the altera-
Hons in the Bijou.
Tonight's new offering at the Em-j
pire, named Martyn and Florence. ;
;;re Mlled as a comedy novelty act
and singing soubrette," the comedian
bringing excellent press clippings
proclaiming him as good, while his j
partner. Miss Florence, is said to;
be the best soubrette seen here since
Winnie Baldwin cavorted the local!
In addition to the new act. Doyle
j and White will present, new son?s
while a specially selected programme
( of nicturcs will be shown. The usual I
V f ten ad fifteen cents for
adn,lssin will prevail and the show
gives promise of
being well worth
At the office of Police Clerk Asch ,j Reserved Seats for center of grand
1028 annlicants for automobile ij-, tand and wings can be booked at E.
ciOSe of business yesterday. One bun-
d red and sixty motorcycles are now j
enrolled at the police station.
Fort and Queen Sts,
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.they adapt themselves instantly to every
; motion, they aro cool, f light, strong,
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Baseball for Sunday
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6
1:30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
3:30 STARS vs. ASAHIS
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(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
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