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DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD..
At 120 Kiug Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daijy every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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WalUico R. l'nrrlnjiton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry --i I Editorial Rooms, 185
A Ci. Business Office, - 256
Now Iih I'
,i. Kcpiihllcnii organization
i i He iltll 111K lllu Ill'Xt tWU
hurt i i'il
ihk-ihI'i'iI labor Blei " ma
i' In votes for llryiui, uml
I in electing Mm. It would
lwi i liei 11
the greatest victory
lis hlhjui'.v. anil the labor leader
would have become a erent ir power
111. i ll ever In polltirs.
The business "f the llllo Itnlliond
llpptMIM ll lie pitlgieSSlng Willi tllO
uml, nf the tl intitriict ami tho
liiikwiitwi. iHitli ot which me tax
ing In hauling capacity Fo'Sucli all
etui that It has been roimil ueecs-.
h.iry ki in like coiislilorniilo aililiiion u
IIh rolling slock.
Tho hit lire of IKiiuilulu looks ex-l
ci-clini.'l In lit lit. fur more so than In
lh Initial das that followed annex-'
iitlnii. ii'iiuiivonieiit now being
In. idr mid io come me of n perma-'
lien i clsiiiai'ler buqlteil by the 1'eil- total will, no doubt, surprise tlio.0
rial tioveiiiiuent. Wo have the as- who have not kept In touch with tho
miiunie id' a very much larcor white ' millions and million!) of dollars tun
worlihiR iKipulutlon than these lal-1 nlelp.ilitles spend for this purpose of
iindn c if i' HiseBseil, besides the flKhthiR the IIiiiups.
troops and warslitiis that will be reR-l No matter how ufllrlent npimratita
Ulnil) st.itloned here. I'lilnrKement may be, more depends on the alert
n ml linpiovomont of retnil stores w'lllness, the tialiiln. tho strength, and
toon be In older.
The first administration of l'rcsl-
.1,1. il hj,.tv lt,l,t, f.iitclit nntt ivttii tlin'.
war with Spain, put down the ln.u,ll '"" .,rf. ,he th 'ynr?,
Itnutlftti 111 it lut 1 ti 1 1 1 Hill llalU nil II0V rtll
Hawaii, rescued tho legations In i.u.!cy of fire departments, attention Is
M ...l.ln.l ll.l IMr., t ,. ,,,,..1""" " ""- I'""""""
llilirl, tiuviiii l ii iw mi if n vm j'im
bowions, enacted a protective tariff,
and established the National curien
ry uu tbo firm basis of a gold stand
ard. More recent administrations have
reduced luxation, reduced the public
debt and the Interest charge, pro-
creKMi'l In tlif. regulation of trusts,
ir(iiiioted agriculture, built up the
Navy, reorganised the Ariji.v, Innug
umtod'poliiles for the preservation,
reclamation and Irrigation of lands,
as well as the preservation of forests,
given civil giviirnmeut to tho Philip
plnei. ended the Alaskaii boundary
cllspiite. heguu and prosecuted vigor
ously the work of the Panama Canal,
nnd besun the defense of the Malta
of the Pacific.
Next comes n revision of tho tariff,
to bo made, fortunately, by our
friends rather than by our political
nntimtoH, a work that should bo done
quickly in the Interests ot Industrial
and agricultural producers.
PORTO RICO AND COFFEE.
' Porto Kleo Is as badly up against
the inlfep pioblem ns Is Hawaii, uipl
Il will be a strong ally of ours lu
hocking pinteetion for that piuduct.
While Hie Exports of colfoo from i
tllo Atlantic Island amount to $:!,
finn.uun. a sear, but llttlp more than
1 per cent, of It goes to tho mainland
I'ocuuse It cannot bo sold thero at a
prollt, and tho Amcilcan people tin
unt appreciate Its flavor after being
accustomed to the poorer nnd cheaper
dualities from Central and South
America. 1'orlo ltlctn coffee Is up-
preclaK'd, however, tn Kurcqie, whore
most of It Is bold. It Is the same with
the Venezuelan coffee and cocoa,
Kronen and Germany absorbing tho
choicest lit these crops and tho bulk
of the supplies.
lu tome of the old c.offeo planta
tions In I'm to Itlco, orange trees aio
being planted. Others aro being
cloared out entliely and tho land bo
lug planted to 'pineapples nnd to
bacco, especially those near tbo good
roads that lead to market nnd pol.it
of shipment. Wo havo had n blmllar
, experience on the Island of Hawaii
oxcept that the lands, formerly do
vatod to loffeo, lire now to some ox-
toijt blag Idle.
yltlj nine bundled million pound.i;
,iTI roftVe btought Into tho United
States every year, worth ne.uly $70,-
0110.000., and not a cent of duty. paid
upon it, neither Hawaii nor Porto
Jtlcn has much clianco In the big
Aiuorletin market. The demand ox
coeds 4 en pounds of coffee for every
inhabitant ot tho mainland, nnd tho
Ttt l Moulin s iBo-
I'm Vm, anjrwhareluU.S v l.no
Pel Year, auywlirre In CannOa... f.Hcj
Pet Yrar tHilpald. fottiftti. ...., 2. no
Entered ni il Vail illiie ntjtottnlutu
n snnrii it .inner.
NOVEMBER 10, 1908
prlio at which the. cunVu Is sold, tin
ours would have to In, averages be
low eight rents. Klglil out of lilt'
nine hundred million pounilii Import
ed coiiiu f i mil South America, but
what dues the 1'nlted States gain In
return for the speciol privilege of
tin open uinrket that la grunted 'to
tllo Southern Henubllcs? To ilruzll
iv,i etvp AAO.ltllll.liOII. ii vonr fin- rof-
feo, wIimm Hi nsil I glvoj ns lens than
$20,00. i, i. 'in fur pcrs thing that ahi
luiys' rroi.i in. our total sales to the
entire .South American continent. In-
eluding those countries (hat do not
glow or ttunil lift nny loffce, In Inif
very llttlp more than wo pay tlietil
foil cuff oo iilono.
ARE FIREMEN KEPT IN GOOD
A national commission' Is inveatl
Baling the coxt of lit o-flshtl UK In t lllu
(oimtry. ciiuiillinK rtatlstlcit iih' t;u
what viii'Ioiid cltlcH vpeml tut Urn
departments, fire nppaiutUH, etc. Tho
activity of the man. An on or on his
part, n mistake at n critical motuont,
failure to be at the right sjiot at tho
light moment, may mako tho most
wiluablc equipment tor llre-flghtlnK
of no avail. We must depend upon
wonder If, In considering tho elllclen-
i physical (ondlllon, wltii mind nnd
I bodies trained to tho highest .state
of efficiency. '
What, for Instance, does our own
One acre and a half in choice fruit
trees. New house, modem in every
particular. This property wijl yield
four or five hundred dollars annually
from fruits already planted. Owner
has authorized us to sell atbarfiaih
price to bona fide purchaser.
Fop Rent , .
Three furnished houses in good lo-
Particulars at our office,
Corner Fort and Mcrohant Street!.
Wireless Messages (
to friends on airivinj or departing
steamers, iiatu arc iow.
VtZJ X'"Tlafc. ---(.---.- w- --- .
A Furnished House
On HACKFELD ST.
above Normal School
two bedrooms elec
tric lights gas
servants' quarters and
and -wide view of liar
- bbi- nnd- city. Price
$40 per inbuilt, :: ::
JjWvt MA LoXU
lire department ilo to nssuro that the
uicnibei'M lire In lino physical condi
tion? ' What la done ,to nunrutitco
that, ko fin- iih luiiiian precaution can
guarantee,' tho men arc ready tn an
swer every call that may. be mntlri
upon them? Aro they leapt In tho
condition that men should be in upon
whom quickness, priwnro ot mind
and activity depend the saroty not
only of millions of propel ty, but the
lives of many persons? What sort
of tiulnlnn'ilo they have? What tort
of exercise do they tnko? Aro they
kept up to. tho sumo relative stand
nrd as tho horses so carefully Bloom
ed and exeroUod?
Theso'tiro 'questional which the com.
mission which Is looking Into ftre-
ItRhtltiK oufillt to ask ovory city.
HOW SHOULD ATHLETES BE CLAD
The dlschnrge of the llrooklyn
track ntliletus arrcstod tor. riiniilnR
In publlu In scant npparel lyllh only
a warning by tbo Magistrate to "go
whero sensitive women won t sco
you" leaves llio world without u ju
dicial ruling mi n question ot pro-,
Tho excuse advanced that similar
apparel Is "worn In tho presence of
thousands at the big athletic meets"
applies with equal forco to chorus
girls' tights, ttio wearing of which
on a public street would congest traf
fic. Tbo Now York World rumtii'lii,
that the even more abbreviated gar
ments of rowing men, entirely proper
at Now London or Poughkeepsle,
would hardly bo In place In h.' bo.it
on tho Central Park lake. Tim ath
letes might also have pleaded that
the Olympic contestants appeared
before Kngllsh royalty as scantily
clad to receive prizes from Queen
Americans of the mainland mo
much moro squeamish than foreign
ets In such matters. The swlnimln-
trunkB worn by men bathers nt Con
tinental beaches would bo cause for
arrest at Hockaway, Coney Island, or
Long lleach. The sight of mon nnd
women liathcis waltzing tn the surf
at un Hngllsh resort, recently tho
subject of Illustration In tho 1indou
Graphic, would Ecandullzu , Anbury
Park. Centuries ot conv.entluns In
clothes havo had thflr effect on tho
abstract view of tbo nude, and a na
tion which questioned tho decency 'if
Rrecnougb's. "Cherubs" still cherish
csisttong convictions of propriety.
Sir Hiram Maxim's plan to test
tho worth or worthlessness of Lord
rtoslyn's system for beating tho bank
tit Miiuto Carlo by arranging u series
( games in which stage money only
Is to bo used. Is like giving it tho
maximum trial at tho minimum cost.
Chnlrnian MncV may protest ns ho
pleases over the ',iirpniaturo nnd un
authorized" publication ot the Dem
ocratic contribution list, but ho can
not possibly suppress thj fact that
tho causo of Urjjn Is rocolvlng very
little substantial tupport either hero
In lloston or thrnughout tho Stnto.
.i i H i
NEXT MONDAY, NOV. 1GMI
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
ARRIVE IN CM
Father Ulrich Back AftJr
Trying Trip Across i
;-'-; , ; f
After oxperlencliiR a terrible (mil
continuous storm and high seas wjillu
crossing tbo Atlatitti In the Ited itar
liner Allncnienee, and having ten
delated for n day and hair Willi' tho
damaged machines of the glgant li
ner Weto being repaired, Kutltci Ul
rluh and Kather .lames, well ki awn
kiiiniiillims, who have been a
from Hawaii for eomn time, tell
this mornlig In the China.
I'athcr Ulrluh, who went awi
tho liopo of Impiovinif bis eye
Me, letttrned appaienlty well.
stated that bo was ery glad U
buck to Hawaii, wheic bo hnsjliccn
laboiliig for the Inst ten years. L
"I nm uwrtilly glad to get bads to
Hawaii' nil," said Father Iplch.
"There la-no place like lliiwitll. , Of
course when I was away, I ofleutlines
thought of Hawaii. 1 enjoyill tho
trip Immensely eiicptlng tbo storm
which 1 experienced In crossing the
"11 was very bad. Tho steajner on
which I waa traveling danuiFl'd Hi
engines lu tho middle of tho Atlantic.
This delayed her a day and 'a half.
As soon us ropnits weto madijsho re
sumed her voyage, reaching) lloaton
in good tlmo. riom there o canto
to S.in I'ranclsco, whero we boarded
tho China for Hawaii, arriving here
Accompanying rather lilrlch and
Pathor James were Fathers ebastlcn,
John, nnd Hubert. Kather riehasllen
comes from Germany, while1 the oth
er two aro from Uelgluim lllshop
I.Ibert has not as M't nuiJe up Ills
mind ns ti where he will 4nl these
Jhreo new Katheis. They will likely
bo sent to the outer districts, while
Kather James, a letldent of Hawaii
for tho last twenty cnfs, will go
buck to Puna. Kit her I'lrlch will
remain In Honolulu, where he Is well
known nnd liked by hl3 'manj
.ludgo Atexnmli i l.lnlt.i. . Jr. 111
lor.Vii HpnolltlU Ml 'lie Moii.i.il? -ill
lug Saturday, foi a v.icitn n or sev
eral m'i!ilinn the Btntr- Th.' Jmlj
win nt) oac.s. i-.ain. ueeii'i i-'- "i" i-1
Wnslilmrtop. 1). (' . from whliti ill
they Wl'l g to Now Vork.
Tho .Iwlco rtnted this nuiiii.iig lint
bis mini was definitely m-ide up n
lpaveilbi bent b'nt the rid ufli' i rin.
Who hi-, fiiccosnor will b le ' i ' n u
nnv Ide In bin nbseii". the mk i f
bis ('(lllil will be tll'lrl-l In I a ecu
Judge Kolilusnii mill Ji: IX' Hull.
TO WailllHI ROAD
SI-i i'ii f'ntnii'ioll. Sins liDteiiib a'
of Public Works, l Pdiiipli'tlng an e
Chaiu- villi the llltlttp i:t lie ttl'i'ie
by the G.iveinmeni i cured the tlile
to the laud on which the Saratoga
lload In Walklkl Is situated. Years
ago, In 1S92, tho Voad was built by the
Government, but It was bunt on the
wrong plepo of laud The exchnngp
which tho Ton I lory through Camp
bell. Is uow effecting, will give the
Tenlloiy'thc title to the road.
A P. Jiidd, United Stales Cummls
sinner, this morning londerud his re-
pan for approval in Judge Hole. Mr.
Hreckims then slated to the Court
thai Mr. Jiidd would probably be out
of the city u great dal of the time
from now on, and that It would b a
good Idea to n,polnt' r nlln i Unped
States ConinilttsliMui'. .Iii.lie Dole
stated Hint ho wool I iiuu'ilm a new
t'liiiiinlssloner sonic time tod .v.
T'le n 'IgnnUon of Krank Hutch in-
cletl' in' the I'pdornl Court arrlvid this
nun ulii-Jt on tho China. Mr Mulch
was PApc-ted back horn fully as much
ub bis roMgnntlon was expected..
This itipans Hint Assistant Clerk
Gus Murpliy will be promoted, uml
Hint Stenographer Dcas will also get
With, details of tho auto accident
In which tho Count nnd Counters
S.ei lieuyl figured lacking, tho theory
that It v;iib caused by their name gel
ting tangled In tho running gear will
irrelve respectful consideration.
fi unuawtmwi will i iiii-rnrn mhhijwwwi
To rent a Bmall low-priced (ottagc
or. lont-htuiKu. Address "I,. II.,"
llullotln omcc. U0l-2t
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J 1 ') a I SW-
THIS LABCLMTAND3 FOB & YCAH3
or nwuwi!iii nuwg
BECKLEY LEADS IN '
George ('. Ilerk'ey ps(irdny ai'ler-'
noon Hied Ills Htaleinuiit of del tl"tl ex- !
pensea with County Clerk K.ilauoka- !
lanl. Ills run cost him ':!Jil.t.i. i i'
far the recoid for cniintj cutiJIdat .
ltonilzi'd as follows: ' I
N'omiuntlon fee '. S 25 m I
Personal expenses l j:i so
Printing mid ndiei'tlslng ir! T, '
Salaries, clink and messenger, pi on
Salaries of watchers 1
Total J.12H 75
Harry von Holt wlin, like lleckley.
lan for the troasiiremhlp, filed his
statement as follows:
Nomination fee $ 23 '
Personal ixpentes "Ir,n
Printing end ndvei Using 31. 1e
I'xpenses, public Incctlii'.' .... ij on
Salaries of walehers lO.im
Total . . $ 02.dll
, Jack t'Vrnandi z, who lauded the Job
-if Dejiuly Sheriff or Hwa. Hpi.it linl.v
$25 for his nnmlniillim fee
NOW- WANTS IT BACK
I.orentso 1101111001". a liniiilile stone
inuson of I'orto ItUati deieent. anil
his wife, came hoforo Adlng Attor
ney fieiiPinl Whitney tlil-i iiiornlng
with n sad I ilp of wo". seems that
ionic time during last August tho
couple decldod that the did not havo
the necessary means to support Hip
whole family, so thoyntcrcd Into nu
adoption npiopinont with one llo Sett,
n Chinaman, (riving him ouo of their
In tllo meantime they havo expe
rienced a sudden change of heart.
They want their llltlo ono hack
again, and they brought tho caso
before Judge Whitney to seo what
could be done. Itegular adoption pa'
pei-H were taken out at tbo time, tho
2-year-old was transferred, nnd sworn
to before Notary llurnette. -
Ailoli'h Smnii, a fnrnior no ir Cana
an. Conn., widower flvo weeks, nlier
Used for a w!,'i went to Hartford and
married a woman nt sIkIiI.
11,11 ' ' MIM.W,
You want an umbrella' .that
, looks smart, one that shows1
both in fabric and in make,
style, and workmanshin; one
that you arc tomI to carry H
even when you
wlipn vnil I'inct Hilnl- if hu
'just think it
SUCH aro to he found at'
Ii. F. Wichinan & CoJ
i and WATCHMAKERS,
S if i in i
I m R
a ,-.yjm k1
R As an article of
You want an umbrella' .that I
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.
k aw1 cspj, inr Q Sr
JLJbILq JLvJ&a JsM.aLuJ' Mu
Corner Fort and Merchant
An InhAtatlt... far
Creclro Is n k!oonto ABthmjilos.
lhiCw nm -.ri t'ff tiHi.iiitiitU in
rpBifiy Mr tliMH-i i ! m. tr- aliumt trt..m tUn
in Uke tl n jjI 1 u tlm Kt 'ti ?
l'rrlrtir -.n '",M "'" '? rrndfrM
trotiKly i..ti-lt,-, Ik tfl tt OwniMMtid
urr vuti rrf hrmnitt, B.finir vol "- "
rotiuant tr.-i.ti. . nt, 1. 1 lf.YluLla tn mothtra
lllt mU clilklrn.
Tin.) wf (v Con
will flnj li'unnllatttnUrf
from Couh or InttmnM
Cn-lllln nf 'lit thrn.it.
bKind Jivftlal (ur Jp
iw ruitun rMnivi,
Chickens or Geese
Order Now f.u' THANKSGIVING.
Wc have received onr
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS, GO-CARTS, AND
FORT ST. ' TELEPHONE 1G.
,: v. . i
unngs upcruuc nnn classic musio xo
every home. A musical education!
'bERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomacho? The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI-
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS,
W. C. BERG1N, Proprietor.
& Tl '
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G-. Tlxruxn.
10G0 TOUT ST.
When you are contemplating
your dinner for tliis one day
in the year when your dinner
puts the finish to it and pro
vides n bubicct for which you
should be thankful, remember
orr old-fu-ihioncd Pumpkin
Pic3 with 'he emp and flahey
crusts. The pumpk'in piled in
so thick t'mt your thoughts
revert to Njw England. Placo
oj-uera no .v.
PalEii Oaf e,"
HOTEL ST. near FORT ST.
Our 25. suii,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
- notel St.
Delivered to residences
nnd offices nt 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARMMART,
133 Merchant St.
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. li-Rowat, CV.S.
Wc have just p,ot in bur an
niial acEortmcnt C EXCELS
IOR and ROYAL diaries.
They are jp nil sizes, and
hound in cloth and leather.
Hawaiian Mews Co.,
Sfu When you get
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