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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WtlDNHSnAY, NOV. 2G, 1003
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Teuitcry of Hawaii.
The people of tills Tcirltoiy nf iliu
t tilled Btutos have iiluunl.ini lausc
or Thanksgiving tills your. Tliu tl
iiiliilstrnllon of I lie louiitt) Ib In b.uc
'Hindu far nt leust four joais l come,
tints assuring work, wages, unit pros- i
HTlt) fur all of UK uIki liao to lull,
riio govrrnnnul of tJusc Islands Is
Republican, which menua (lint there
!ll bu nu extruvaganco mill tiu rad
Icjl lerlttlntlon. The r-'OpIo hero .ho
i ontcnt iiml well-to-do. Tlicro nro
iMii e and mote visitors attracted to
our shuieu evefj" your. Our com
aiercc. both Internal ami external, is'
Increasing. We have Just hai vested,
I he lamest crop of our staple ngrl-
iilliiinl piodi.il lli.it. was ever
Riun In tlusc Mauris Next In it,
our pineapple luilu to Ih thriving
auaee. anil r'ie 111 if large citizen
,io)lntlon t n i i lie nearer and ,
ilmost Willi la leicli I
Besides all these blessings mo have
Rood rcattou to lie thanlsfiil, HiIh 5 ear,
lieiauuc of the abundance of llie up
proprlat lous that Cougress lias au
thorized to bo expended licrc Mil
lions of riollnis will bu circulated
wit trio the Territory within u year or
two upon works of (lofciiEo, uf a per
manent diameter, iliat meani u imieli
larger consuming population and
nioro ImilnuM for ov orj body. Local
enterprises are being extended and
lew ones ore being developed1. Hut
these are not tliu only coiislriei.ittom.
Our couutiy In ut pence with ilia
world. The health of mn home rom
nitinlty has beon Rood. Willi plague. ,
and pestilence In Uuiopo nnd Aula
none of It ban reached our shores,
thanks to the eve llcnt Peileial and
Terrllorlnl niedhal cervices that aio
nt our disposal. Death lias romc to
Some) sorrow and tiibulatlon to oth
ers, but tliene are the i hastenlngs
which (tod, lu Ills Inllnlle ulsiloin,
sondeth us and nt ulihli no man cm
At the dose of 11 r.ir of marked
progress and prospeiltv In this Terri
tory wo hao ocr pumped of a sim
ilar ouo lo succeed It. On Thanl.s
ISlrlug Day wo 'should, while cuJo
I US our oivn Rood fortune, think of
those who, perhaps, aro loss fortu
nato unil try tu add to their pleas
ure, (omforts, and vnjo) incuts.
Tho death of Mis. William Aetor I
In New York icmoves a woman who
In all probability was tho last of .1 1
lino of matrons who h ivo been iec-1
ognlzed as leaders of New York 10-'
clety. It was she who 111 ft named a
mt which Included four hundred per
sons nnd confined her Invitations and
calls to them. Sho leigneil nlnioit
regally for over twenty jcara and
her death will bo mourned tlnierelyi
by a largo Urclo of friends. I
Democratic America is not nlwnv
,o,ith to crlliclso Ihoso women who
reek to lntioduto Into social circles
on (his Elilo of tho water the Idc.ili
of older countries that boast of a no
bility. Yet Micloty thnro must be,
nml (hero must be different strati;
.fur tho whoio of a population of four
'millions cannot (onia Into close rela
tions or hoclal Intercouise. IiIcjIj
differ. Wealth and Iho ability to
entertain dllfor. Originality nnd
brain-power differ. It was tho pl.uo
of Mis. Astor, ns sho understood It,
to selcd fiom (Iiofo who niado Now,
Yoik their rcsldenio miiIi us seemed
best lilted to lopicsent tho families
of mnilc in the metropolis and bind j
thtin together Into 1111 nrltlotr.icy.
Mis. Astor was not a believer In I
nn aristocracy of wealth. Sho her
holf was by no mcins one of tho rich
est of the multl-mllllonalies of Now!
York. Cumpireil with many whom
dho entertained her piopeity was
modest. Nor did sho impose money
conditions upon Ihoso whom (.lie re
ceived. Nnlur.illy 1101111 who wcio
not hlfwri with 11 fair share of thu
woild'a goods eould afford to main
tain tho stundards which would mako
participation In her entertainments,
possibjo, Hut Mrs. Astor considered
many things. Drains, blood, money
nnd rulluro all had 11 sharo in decid
ing for her who should bo permitted
11 -place in tho ollto cirelp which sho
held together for no many yea is.
K-VotwUlistandlnE lier. position, eh
A '3.S -"iicu ''"'uiiio, - xou
a a-1 Business Office, - 256
tiilriot at 0 Pojit office At Honolulu
i (Hi. mi J cIam nmter.
NOVEMBER 25, 1008
had lime 10 tare for larpe charllabb
i nterprlsei She wnB Interested In
man) hospitals and settlements, 8I10
Miu ileutcJ to her children She
trnu'lei! cxtensUcly. Sho stood for
hlRh Ideals In social life. It was
s.itd that she never had an unkind
word for any person. Sho frowned
upon conversation nt her enteitnln
itieuts which dealt with i-canilal. She
fait that It wns her business to lice,)
New York mtlety nt a IiIbIi pitch,
not only In the originality of her en
U rliilninenta but aim lu the ilumnln
of dei one). I'nder her reclini1 tcan
lnl was not so popular 11s it Is In
Now York tod.n
There Is no ouo who can be rccoK
nlzpil as Mrs Astor's successor. So
ciety In New York has been aug
mented b) so many families of worth,
from evcty Etundpolnt, thnt It would
be Impossible for one woman to con
trol them all. It will now bo likely
to split up Into many smaller cotc
lletf. Tho woild may feel that, with
the passing n'vay of Mrs. Astor. It
has seen tho end of a typo of leader
ship which, outside of lands wharo
royalty holds undisputed sway, Is
anomalous and unnatural. Thnso
who watth social doings from the
outside will trust that those who now
take up lcactlnR positions In tho
many toterles of New York toclcty
will provo themselves as capablo and
decent as did the woman who died.
An arbiter of fashion and of hoclal
ascendency tan be a strong tnnnl
force, If sho wishes to bo. On tho
other hand, Bho can bo an Influence
as demoralizing as strong poison.
ljidy 3miHllfuI "Well, nil I can
sn Is, Jenkins, that If these- pcoplo
insist on building those lion Id Utile
villus near my gale, 1 shall leave tho
llaco." JenHns "i:iictly what 1 told
them at tho meeting, jour ladyship.
I Mild, 'Do j on want lo drlvo nnny
, the gooso thnt laj 11 tho golden eggs?" "
"I stand by every word l'o said,"
exclaimed tho political orator lis lio
listened to the phonograph leroid of
Ms speech- Iloston Traiiserlpt
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm'
Two fine building lots in Manoa
$1000 and S1000.
Ntiuanu Avenue $35,00
Nuimnu Avenue $50.00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinku Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
Lunalilo St. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Waikiki (l'unushcd) $40.00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
'-1- UMrrcp-Cs. .-'
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
k'o up to College Hills and see
how many new homes are be
ing built. It would be easy
for you to get a lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
yon sonic of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot wc
will assist you in building a
Sjmt 1md 6fl.W
According to tho figuring of Captain
Leo of tho Kntuna, tho collier Ilcrnils
ton. which sailed from Newport News
wttli coal for tho Incal naval station,
a week before tho Katunn, should ar
rive, here Saturday morning Tho Ka
tunn has been here about a week and
Captain Leo liellcveu that, tliu llermls
ton Is about eighteen days behind.
Conslderublo worry was caused by
tho non-niipoaranco of the llermlston,
tho statement Hint tho Kntunn Is 11
but Captain Leo explains tho delay by
newer and faster ship (linn tho other
collier. Though (he llermlston sailed
a week ahead of tho Katunn. tho lat
ter had no difficulty In overtaking her.
At Point Arenas (ho Katuna was al
ready one dny ahead and from then
on (he commander bcllcics (hat lie In
creased tho distance between his ship
nun the llermlston.
KATUNA SAILS FOR
The btenmshlp Katunn, Captain Lee.
which camo hero from Newport Neva
with n cargo of coal for tho naval sta
tion, will snll from here lu bnll.isl on
Saturday morning, for Sydney, Auv
tralla. Tho Katuna will iirolulily
take on board what mall theiu Is In
this port for Australia.
At Sjdney tho Katuna expects to
get a cargo for tho Ilrltlsh Isles and,
111 Hint case, 11 fast rim will bo mado
for tho European seas. Tho Katuna
Is a new, fast ship, and should mako
tho run In a tlmo ihat will set n rec
ord for freighters. Thco. II, Davlcs
ti Co. have acted ns ngents for Iho
OF EMPEROROF AUSTRIA
Next Wednesday, tho 2nd of Decem
ber, will bo thu sixtieth anniversary
of tho accession to tho throno of Jilt
Apostolic Majesty Krnnccs Jn-.ph I,
ICmpcror of Austria and King of Hun
gary. Tho career of I'mperor Joseph
Is ouo of tho most notable In Iho
world's history and Iho recognition of
this anniversary will bo world wide.
As acting consul, Hon. P. A. Schaef
cr has notified tho local officials mi I
tho consular corps. Flags will bo
hoisted and tho proprieties nbseived
although Mr Hclnielcr wilt hoi J uti
iccopllon, ho being acting consul
SHIP ARIZONAN IS
IOIO THIS WAY
Tho big freighter Arlzonnn of tho
Anicilcnn-Hnvvnllnn lino, s-illed today
from San Kranclsio for this pint. Tho
Arlzonnn brings an exceptionally Inrgo
curgo, consisting largely of flour, feed
stuffs and geuiual merchandise.
It Is Ihonglit likely that tho ArUon
nn may In lug further enrgo for tho
local depot (inaitcriiinster'H depart
ment invoices will piolulily bo re
ceived by tho AhIii, showing what bus
been shipped by Iho Arlzonnn for
Skirts and Suits
Tuesday, Dec 31st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Attempt To Show That
Tho case of Nal.amoto, tho Japan
ese who Is charged with having mur
dcrcd his wife, Yoshlno, nt tho Dr.
Sanfoid residence on Nov. 0, came up
In tho I'ollco Court this morning,
mid wns bitterly contested by A. L.
C. Atklncon, who appeared as counsel
for tho defendant. Deputy County
Attorney Mllverton appeared for tho
prosecution. Tho caso occupied tho
eutlro morning session nnd was con
tinued until this afternoon,
Mrs. Sanford testified that tho wo
man had been left alone In the houso
all day, and her body had only been
found that evening. Them onion was
I.vlng In a pool of blood In tho bath
room. Her throat had been cut with
n razor, which was one of thrco
which wcro In Dr. Sauford's room.
Tho woman's dress was clean and
without wrinkles, Indicating that
tlicro had been no struggle. Her
hand was clutched mid covered with
blood. ""The rniror was lying on iho
floor a short dlflanco from tho body.
Dr. Snnford's testimony was of
about the same nature as that of his
August Splllner testified that ho
had seen Nakamoto enter the gnto of
(he Sanford plate ut S o'clock In tho
morning of tho day of tho death, lie
was Impeached by Atkinson nnd be
camo qulto rattled. Tho rest of tho
witnesses will bo heard this after
noon. Tho defense Is evidently trying to
show that the woman catno to her
death by her own hand, tho fact that
she knew' whero Dr. Sanford's rnzors
wcrcand that' one of them y& used,
thnt thcro was no struggle, nnd that
her hand was covered vvllli blood be
ing strong ones In favor of this the
ory. NEW CAMP MAKES
The U. S. .Army KngWcrs camp
on Wnlklki Ileach Is making nn en-
vlablo record for health. Though
there am lRn men In tho camp there
has not developed a slnglo caso of Ill
ness since camp was pitched. The
men nro In tho best of health ahd
tho officers aro grcitly pleased over
That tho men will remain In camp
for some days to como Is certain, Tho
mules will not bo released from quar
antine for somo llttlo time, nnd even
then nothing can bo done until or
ders nro received' from Washington.
liven after tho men are sent Into
the field It Is considered probable
Unit the camp on Walklkl Ileach will
be maintained. The closo proximity
of tho water docs away with tho
problem of sanitation nnd the grovo
of nlirornbn trees furnishes n natural
shelter which makes oho canjji almost
equal to permanent barracks ns far
as health and comfort are concerned.
A Washington man wlillo -vlslllng a
friend's place In Virginia, beenmo
much Interested in his experiments in
fruit culture. Ono day tho lsllor was
making tho rounds of tho place, being
In chnrgo of tho friend s young dnuglv
ter of ten, who acted as guide. "This
treo seems to bo loaded with apples."
observed Iho Wnshlngtojilnn, Indicat
ing n particularly nuo specimen. "Yes,
sir," assented tho llttlo girl; "father
says this Is a good jcar for apples."
"I am glad t( hear thnt," said tho
visitor. "Aro nil jour trees as full of
apples as this ono?" "No, sir," ex
plained tho girl "only tho upplo IreeB."
KUNZITES, ETC., ETC.
Ect in Gold and Platinum
They Are Very Stylish.
H. FWichman & Co.
ASKED TAFT TO COME
rollowlng Is tho tc.xt of tlm
Invitation which President Mor
gan of tho Chamber of Com
merce tclcginphcd to President
elect Taft. It Is anticipated
that Mr. Taft will mako n west
ern tour this winter previous to
San Krnnclsco, Cal.,
Nov. tilth, 1908.
To William II. Taft,
Tho Chamber of Commerce of
Honolulu cordially Invites ou
to visit Hawaii, believing (hat
an Intimate acquaintance with
our Terrllorlnl necessities on Is
lands other than Oahu will bo of
mutual benefit nnd will give jou
a restful tilp before assuming
tho great office lo which jou
hnvo been elected.
Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce. James V. Morgan,
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
will not meet tomorrow, the regular
meeting dny, on account of Thanks
giving. The Committee rect'lved by tho
Inst mall n largo number of letters
of much Interest, and Indicating thai
Hawaii Is attracting a good deal of
attention on tho mainland at tho
present time. Tho "Tcxtllo Woild,"
ono of the .lending tiado Journals of
the United States, published In llos
Ion, is evincing much Interest In the
possibilities of totlon ctilturo lu Ha
waii. The November Issua contains
an Interesting write-up of tho sub
ject, nnjl the editor wishes to get Into
touch -with Mr. van Vnlkenliiirg and
others for fuller data on the matter.
Henry J. Meyer of Knstnnvillc, Col.
vvrlte: "Will ou Mildly send mo
lllustrntcd pamphlet and Information
of Hawaii. I have twelve bundled
acres of farm land lu this St'ito
which I Intend to sell nnd make n
change, and I wish to know what In
ducements llnvvnll has tu offer."
Chailcs P. Garfield, picsldent of
tho Itochcstcr (N. Y.) Chamber of
Commerce, addressed a personal let
ter to Secretary Wood, in which ho
"When I got up this morning it
was snowing. As I drove down to
my ofllco tho wheels throw up cold
slush. I could not help thinking how
pleasant it must ho few friends I
know who nro now visiting in tho
Southern climes. Tho thought was
curious, for right on top of my morn
ing mall I found my secretary had
opened jour 'Hawaii: A Primer' cx
asperallngly to show mo tho center
of tho city of Honolulu. Now 1 do
not know whether most to credit tho
Promotion Committee or my Secrc-(ar-,
but I feel for tho present that
nbovo all things I would llko to go
"I look forward to tho tlmo 'when
I shall hnvo tho pleasure of meeting
) An 111 jour mid-ocean homo."
A great ninny public libraries hnvo
acknowledged tho receipt of tho now
edition of tho Primer; hnvo had men
tion of It mado In their local papers,
nnd many hnvo sent postage for moto
copies, with lists of names of persons
Interested in Hawaii.
Tho American Consul at Enscnada,
Mexico, asks for half a dozen copies
of tho CioMJroads of tho Pacific map;
iho Union Carbide Sales Company,
Chicago, sends postngo for n copy of
tho snmo publication; nnd various
steamship and railroad agents In dif
ferent partsof tho world havo also
called for nunc copies of tho popular
and striking map.
(icorgo It. Cullen, Immigration In
spector al Cleveland, Ohio, nskn for a
complete lot of Hawaiian fnldurs, etc.,
"to show ninny people ho conies Into
contact with hack that way,"
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company ou
the racifio Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
Pe ru na Promptly Relieves
Severe Cold and La Grippe.
Mr.T. llarrjccotl, West Ajlmcr, Ontario, Can., w rllc!
"Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after having la grippe. I took
Pernna for two -months, when I became quite well, and I can say that
any one can be cured by it in a reasonable time and at little cxpenso.
Every time I take a cold I take somo Pcruna, whjch makes mo well again.
"I also Induced a jounglndy, who wns all rundown mid confined to the
houo, lo tako Pcrtinn, and ntlcr (aklng Pcruna for threo months shifts nblo
to follow Ifcr trade of tailoring. ,
"I can recommend Peruna for all such who are ill and requiro a tonic.'
J MR. T. BARNECOTT. wPPS
EVIlllY jeir, during tho Inclement
weather of winter, lliero Is nn cpl
dcmlcof la grippe. Tlieillsensclsrcnlly
rnturrhnt lu nature, but from the form
it assumes, has Ikvii commonly termed
Splendid Remedy for Ln Grippe.
Mr. Prank H.-rielder, t!IS I'lcnsnnt
Ave, Montgomery, Alnliimn, IT, S. A.,
formerly prlnclpnlof Hayncsville High
School, writes: .
"I cn truthfully say that Pcruna Is
a splendid remedy for la grippe nnd a
good tonic for building up thus) Mom."
La grlppo Is xery tenacious when 11
oncogcls a firm hold upon the syplcni,
and lu addition to a thorough, systemic
The following wholesale drug-)
gists will supply Iho rotall trade)
Geese, ami Chickens
Bred in California and raised on grain. They are in
tic condition for dinner Thanksgiving Day. Let's have
Metropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
. All new patterns, heavy quality, (r
good for the cold weather, per yard I vt
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
catarrh remedy, n great deal of pntlencs
and oerslMtenco tu the treatment are re
qijlrcd toeraillcnlu lliodlen-e.
Peruni, an Internal catarrh remedy,
Is ono cf tho la-si medicines ever do
vised In meet tho exigencies of theno
ea-cs. Thu largo number of commend
atory letters received by Dr. llnrlmin,
tho Inventor of Pcrtinn, In bchilfof his
remedy Is proof sofllclcnt of Its vnluo
as a reliable medicine for tho "grip."
Mr, Frank lluuer, MlnncUkn, Minne
sota, U.S. A., writes! "I suffered wllh
In grippe. My Inngn felt as If knives
wcro sticking In them. I took Pcruna
slid lu four (laj s I wns ablo to go out."
DPJNSON, SMITH & CO,
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.