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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., THURSDAY, NOV. G, 1908.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published br BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallnco R. ParrliiBton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
- J Editorial Rooms,
a. Smn, Business
i The lillot who rucks tlio boat, aft
er the iluimiKc Is done, ulwajs wnr.is
in Kaihllc the blunio mi MHiU! line i-Ioo.
IJvor Rood citizen, Irrespective nf
I'ullllcal ties, will wish (luil-siieetl lo
itiu successful candidates and a pros
perous mliuliilstr.-itloii of our loci
.iffnlrs by them. The iniup.ilKii n
over n ml n quick return to normal
loudltliins will best serc everj use
It Ik not too earl for political
matiuKerti to take up the question of
tlmiiRliiK tho form of the Iih.i1" bal
lot. Six humlreil spoiled ballots sim
ply means that In some Instances nt
least tho will of the majority of tho
voters was nullified by the obscurity
of the present ballot. How many
voters, either haulo or Hawaiian,
IooKIiik oor the li ni; list of candi
dates for Supervl n', I, now which
weru Hcpublli.m iiml Democratic? In
Jsew York and l'ctiusjltnul.i all the
candidates for each party nre placed
under senarato heads, and it Is iu3-
II. I.. I .....1... n nrnsa 1, lll.l.i n f.ltlll
IUID ... IIIUIIV ..u1i9 ......... .. "
nt tho head of tho ballot that Mill
ote tho entire ticket straight; but
It a man wants to split his ticket,
hn has Intelligent dliectlon afforded
lilni by Uniting the names he wants
grouped under their proper political
heads. In the first local County
election bchools for motors were open
ed in sumo of tho precincts niul they
undoubtedly accomplished good
uork In teaching the Noter how best
to register his choice. It should not
he within the power of the ignorant
otcr to defeat tho will of an Intelli
a A chnnge of tho election laws pro
viding for the adoption of this plan
of otliiB might v. 'l) be supported
by tho legislators from both parties,
ns its practical effect would bo to
.minimize the split tickets, which nro
u danger to both organizations.
HAWAII'S TRADE COMPARED
WITH ITS RIVALS.
Total value of shipments of domes'
tic merchandlso from tho L'XITKI)
STATUS to ALASKA for tho eight
months ending Aug. 1008
Totnl Miluo of shipments of do
mestic meichnndlsc from ALASKA to
tho UXITi: STATUS for eight
months ending August 100S
Total value of shipments of domes
tie mcrchnndlso from the L'NITIU)
STATUS to HAWAII for tho eight
months ending Aug. 190S
Totnl taluo of shipments of domes
tic merchandlso from HAWAII to tho I
UNITUD STATES for eight months!
ending Aug. 190S $34,439,463.
Tutnl valuo of shipments of domes
tic merchandlso fiom UNITUD
STATUS lo PORTO IlICO for eight
months ending Aug. 190S
Totnl talue of shipments of domes
tic merchandise fiom PORTO IlICO
to tho UNITUD STATUS for eight
months ending Aug. 1908
Total vnluo of shipments of domes
tic meithnndlso fiom UNITUD
STATUS to PHIUPPJNUS for eight
'months ending Aug. 1008
Totnl aluo of Imports of mer
chandlso from PHILIPPINES Into
UNITUD STATUS for eight months
ending Aug. 1908 $5,490,289.
Total value of Imports to UNITUD
STATUS from CU11A for eight
mouths ending Aug. 1908
Totnl valuo of oxports from UNIT
ED STATES to CUIIA for eight
months ending Aug. 190S
Imports of the United States fiom
Cuba lmvo Increased from 110,233,
ICG. In 1897 to $92,129,207. In 1907.
American exports to Cubn for tho
samo period Incicascd from $10,7G0,.
2S7. In 1897 to S52.tH3.849. in 1897
These figures tnken fiom tho "Au
gust Summary of Commerce and fi
nance of tho United States." Issued
by tho Department of Commcrco' and
Labor, bear out tho contention of
Office, - 5250
Entered at tlir Fostoflicp at Honolulu
a tn.mul i t nutter.
NOVEMBER 5, 1008
Ha.ill that this Territory for Its
aid nnd population Is not only tho
most profitable of tho non-contiguous
teirlturlfi) of the United States,
but the peryntage of trade balance
in our fiiMii' Is ery little greater
than that enJo)ed by Cuba, a foreign
for some unknown reason tho bal
unco of trade In favor of these Isl
ands Is frequently mcntluned on tho
mainland as one of our sins. We nro
told that we sell to tho mainland
mwli mine than w hu As this Is
Ameileau territory supporting Amer
ican Industries unit an American Ter
ritory In a goernmenl:il tuul con
ttltiltloii.il sense, theru Is no Just
cntiso for our trade balance being
held against us. Tho mainland popu
lation must bo supplied with sugar,
which makes the largest Item of tho
outgoing shipments of both Hawaii
and Cuba. The malnlnnder should
also bear in mind that If legislation
were passed which would make It Im
possible for this Territory to produce
sugar at a profit, our purchases of
domestic merchandise from tho main
land would drop to nn insignificant
tKuie. And niherso legislation,
which would ruin tho market of tho
inalnl.iuder in Hawaii would not In
reuse his (-.lies In Cuba, ulthough
that Island would contlnuo to carry
n heavy balance of trade In its favor.
Our total trade with tho mainland
for the eight mouths under consider
ation wns nearly four times that of
tho Philippines with Its greater ntc.l
and millions In population. Of tho
non-contiguous territories, Porto
KIco comes more nearly to the total
of Hawaii, but wo still bavo an ad-
Mintage of about ten millions of dol
lars. And wo nro far ahead of Alas
ka, oven allowing that section, with
tho Hag but no government, credit
for its gold and silver shipments to
Kach tlmo nu appeal Is nindo to
figures that tell tho facts, Just co
often Is It proed Hint tho Territory
of Hawaii Is quite tho most valuable
possession of tho United States In tho
At KAIMUKI. House lot contain-
ins 20,000 sq. feet, cleared ready for
buildintr. Three minutes from car
line. Fine Marine view. Price
MANOA VALLEY. Three-quarter
acre house lot on West Manoa Road.
Unsurnassed view nf mnnniain anil
sea. The-best and cheapest house lot
onereu iu Juanoa valley, mce
House and lot corner Piikoi and
Lunalilo Streets. A line piece .of
property at the bargain prica of
New modern cottage MAEIKI DIS
TRICT for $1800.00.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streeti.
to friends on ai riving or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
There li no need of
worrlng when away
from home nnd the lire
whittle blows, It you
have Insured your pro
perty In one of our fire
We aro agents for
Companies that paid
their San Francisco
lostos In full.
Sjwt mk mM
t'.irine poniincrctallv as well as a
strategical naval and military out
While Pun cress bears this In mind,
there will bo no occasion to fear for
the future of our Industries or tlietr
right to share the benefits of a pro
CALLS ON GOVERNOR
Special Investigator W. It. 4
Hnrr of the Department of 4
Justice called on Governor 4
Fronr this morning. Mr. Hnrr
has como down hero to look In- 4
to the charges brought ngnlnst 4
United States Attorney II. W.
llrcckons by Thwlng. Mr. Harr
said this morning that lie had 4
accomplished nothing as et
which ho could give out for
publication, but ho Is going 4
ahead with tho Investigation
ns rapidly as possible. 4
4 "I have seen Mr. llrcckons,"
4 Thwlng, nnd this morning had
a tulle with Governor Frear.
In regard to the Investigation.
that, of course. Is being con-
ducted privately, but I will
4 say that I have not had any '
witnesses before mo as jet."
Mr. Harr Is a man of genial '
personality, and gives a very
good Impression. He statoj
that he did not expect to be '
hert much more titan two
An M. D, On
Writing on kidney disease, the medical
tirm for which Is Nephritis, Dr. J. W.
Chlsinnnd ay In tho A1KD1CAL.
In its Inclplracy It Is as curable a
any malady Hint tne system " neir to
"IN ITU HKCONUA11V STAOK WK
POSSESS NO Sl'KCIFIC FOR ITS HAV-
Vhcro-Ooe that leave tne Kiancy mea
Iclnts you havo been taking?
And Just as we have said over ana
over. It doesn't make much dlKerenc
what you call kidney trouble, If It fast
ens, physicians and druggists have had
no successful treatment for It. True. It
commonly gets well at flrst, out it it ao?
not. It enters the second stage that was
Incurable up to the discovery pf Fulton's
Renal Compound, which Is the first
thing known to reduco Inflammation In
When does the second stage commence?
Dr. Chlsmond says: "IT 0BVKLOPS
SO UNCONSCIOUSLY IT IS A8 A RULE
FAR ADVANCED UBFORE3 IT IS DIS
COVERED." . ' .
In view of these acknowledged facts,
people with kidney trouble should do
some very serious thinking before taking
futile kidney medicines under which the
kidney deaths have risen to over 170 per
day. Kven l( the Inflammation Is In the
tint stage, a course of futile medicine Is
delay thnt develops tho very condition
thnt Dr. chlamnnil says Is "Irreoarable."
and that was Irreparable up to tho date
of Fulton's beneficent discovery.
If j oil have kidney trouble, either start
ing or seated, how can there be any ques
tion about your taking the only known
specific for Inflammation of tho kidneys,
which. Incipient or chronic, la the real dlf-
nculty witn Kianey-trouDieu peopier
I.lternturA mailed free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.
Honolulu Drug Co., Tort Street, aro our
sole local ugents. Ask for Ul-Monthly
Uulletin of loto recoveries. 00
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Fancy Laces & Trimmings
Men's Negligee Shirts
MONDAY, NOV. 0th, 8 O'CLOCK.
WOOD REPORTS ON
Hawaii Gets Publicity
In Many Parts Of
Secretary Wood has prcpaicd tho
following weekly toport which ho will
submit to tho Promotion Commlll'jo
nt its meeting tills afternoon.
Wo contlnuo to henr from mil map
"Tho Cross Iloads of tho Paclllo"
Tho general agent of tho '.'us'ilns-ton-Sunst
Iloutu" writes uniltr il.ito of
October 20th, acknowledging Ktldpt nt
n copy of tho map and olTois to place
n dozen moro In tho lcndln.r. rnll'vay
r.nd sterfmslilii offices throughout the
City of Washington. It Is medics in
assure you that tho copies asked f'U
wero mailed without deluy uj weio
sovcral oxtra copies to tho lleU't
ngent of the National Ilnllway In tin
City of Mexico, who, In wrUliis lib nt
tlio matter, said, "Copy of our map
entitled "Tho Cross Iloads uf thi Pa
clflc" has Just como to haul nnd wo
hasten to thank you for the nam". At
tho Information so strikingly dli,!nyht
on this map Is of such great lmcrcil
In a ticket otneo llko ours, possibly tho
largest In any Spanish speaking coun
try, we shall bo glad if yuu ran nond
us extra copies."
Wo aro also In receipt of additional
letters from agents of tho Southern
Pacific, Northern Pacific and Canadian
Pacific Railways, thanking us for
copies of tho map and Mating that
they had given samo n prominent
place In their offices. A number of
railway and steamship agents write,
asking for copies of the map, stuttng
that they have seen the samu In other
A foW weeks Blnco wo renewed our
supply of folders with tho Raymond
and Whltcomb agencies throughout
tho United States, preparatory for the
coming winter travel. Acknowledg
ments aro to hand from Uoston, New
York and Pittsburg and other cities,
nBsurlng.iia that the matter sent will
bo distributed to tho best posithlu ad
Dr. I 11. Sporry, Iho lecturer, writes
from Milwaukee, under dato of Oct
ober 20th, "I nu Just finishing up n
Iccturo engagement In the Northwest
and hayo had tho pleasure of showing
Hawaiian views" and talking about
your beautiful Inlands to n great many
people. I have Just finished the preiv
aratlon of a lecture on Hawaii, (100
views), for the Welster Company of
Portland, Oregon, manufacturers of
slides and renters of sets with lecture.
Tho Hawaii lecture will doubtless be
given a wide circulation throughout
tho Northwest by .this enterprising
firm. Tho twenty fish pictures ou
tent me 1 have had mailo Into beautl-
lid slides, i it ,
Mr. J. Walter Scolt. our agent nt
San Francisco, writes that, as direct
ed, ho Is planning for a wide and ef
fects o distribution of tho 1909 Floral
Parade poster. In his letter Mr. Scott
goes on to say, "At a theatre party a
few evenings ago, I met Mr. Diuiann,
gencrnl passenger agent of tho Pacific
Coast Steamship Co, who took up
wiui inu uiu matter ui mi excursion
from this Coast to Hllo and Honolulu.
He Is very enthusiastic over tho Idea
and I might add that you huvo now
Btruck the right party and when he
ttnrts the thing. It will not be a fail
ure. I told him thnt It would bo nec
essary for him to take one of his larg
est Bteaniers, tho "Persldent" or the
A letter from Mrs. Frances K. Head
loo, who now "represents tho Piomo
tlon Committee at Los Angeles, Btatcs
that Ilov. Dr. Wadman gavo two lec
tures on Hawaii In tho Chamber uf
Commerco auditorium while In Los
Angeles, which were well attended.
On tho evening of October 22nd, Mrs.
Headleo gavo a talk on Hawaii before
tho Minnesota Society of Southern
California, it being well received.
MANY NEW PATTERNS
Cups and Saucers
Also a Large Stock of
on display in 'our show-rooms
We invite, your inspection
of these goods.
(1. F. Wichman & Co.
Our Sodas 30o per doz,
PHONE 270. , ,
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n.i !AitLcrA!c3oiaj Yim
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AND OTHER Q00D THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1003 FORT ST.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PUN S1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
4 A new down town hotel. Still and
brick structure. Fmntshid it a cost il
$150,000. Eur) comfort mi contenl-
d oooiinl- I
ring to all I
i all trains
isci. dr oar unit triatrinini
parti of city. Omnibus mitts
HOI EL STEWART
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
When you are contemplating
your dinner for this one day
in the year when your dinner
puts the finish to it and pro
vides a subject for which you
should be thankful, remember
our old-fahioned Pumpkin
Pies with the crisp and flakey
crusts. The pumpkin piled in
so thick that your thoughts
revert to New Ensland. Place
HOTEL ST. near FORT ST.
We have just opened a beau
tiful new assortment. Call
early and get the handsomest
of them to send away ,to
Hawaiian News Co.,
The Hot-Weather Beverage.'
HAWAHAN SODA WORKS
REMVKIIED to resi
dences nnd offices at'2!c
per hundred after Novem
W. O. BARNHART,
M3 Merchant St.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a oomplete summary of
the news of the day.
Our Stein-Bloch Clothes are
tailored not only for the men of
regular build, but for the Tall,
Stout Man, the Short, Thin man,
the Tall Thin, the Short Stout,
the Small, man, the Large man.
Let us show you a suit that was
made to fit you.
Corner Fort and Merchant
Join the .
the Office of the
Young Bldg.,Bishop St.
New Shipment in "at MAY'S.
brings Operatic and classic musio to
every home. A musical education!
BERG8TR0M MUSIC QOMPANY, Ld.
General Jobbine A Snecialtv.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
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R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER 'HANGERS and
" MASON WORKERS,
Second Hand Lumber, Doota and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
, Phone 594.
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Wo liav. "just publlib.il
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ot CS listed oil cotuimnlas are
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CUIfomlii oil BtockH pay 2 t
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How to make profitable In
vestments. The "Oil Book"
will fatten your pocket boolc
and add to jour hank book.
One copy mailed fret, postae
prepaid, If you act promptly
and send before the supply Is
exhausted. Write today.
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