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T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 190S.EVENiNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
AIIY and WEEKLY Published br BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hoaolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
tally CTery day except Sunday. Weekly issued'on Tueiday of each wetfc
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Fnrrlnifton; - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
Nr Month Anywhere Ifi US .711
Per Uutttrr, anywtitteln US... 3,oo
1'tr Year, aiiTtitte hi U.S.. !. Mco
I'tr Vear, pufctiaitl, foreign,. la'.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
rp J Editorial Rooms,
Ja Vl. I
Louvc us the kite that ou gave us.
May wo tint lose the Federal build
ing lit the midst o( the wur over
) , . u
Catlicnrt appears to lie receiving
Common Justice In the courts ns well
ns votes lit the polls.
There Is no better time for the
people to unite In a elvll service law
that will nettle tinny of the problems
of police administration, 11 will
have to come.
Mr. Tuft hmt nlwnys been a tariff
revisionist, ntiil probably stands for
"revising It down, though he told the
beet-sugiir men of Colorado that their
protection should never be less.
After Honolulu gets through, with
the Federal-building site, It can Hell
afford to get excited (iter the value
to Hawaii of investing money made
here for the further development of
Powerful tlovernment wireless sta
tlons shoUld by all meatiB be cstnb
llshed on the Islands of the Pacific.
In this as In many other cases, the
wonder Is that the Government lias
not thought of It before.
Honolulu Is gaining a splendid ad
dition to its citizen population
through the development of public
work. This should not cause a ces-
rntlon of effort to becure citizens and
those eligible, throughout the group.
X- - 1
1'eoplo of Coast cities are nnxlous"
to obtain Hawaii's surplus funds for
Investment In Coast development. At
the same time they can't understand
the spit It of business men who mako
their money In Hawaii and go else
where to build up other Industries
with their surplus.
THE COASTWISE SHIPPING LAW.
' It Is not good business for a com
munity to bo constantly changing
front unless theie Is good reason
Huslness men recognizing this fact
naturally incline to go slow in appar
ently reversing themselves on a topic
that has attracted so much of their
attention as the suspension of the
coastwise shipping law In its rela
tion to passenger traffic.
Hawaii's attitude may be epito
mized as always picferrlng the pic-
dominance of American shipping n
the I'nciflc, fully realizing that the
piosperity of the Islands depends n
umple transportation Iticllitles ami
reasonable rates of travel for passen
gers. ' 'At the present time the Islands
have the best freight servlco they
have ever known. (
If every American freighter had
passenger accommodations theie
woujd Jie no cause for complaint. The
equipment for the passenger might
not be luxurious, but frequent sailing
1 dates would be at his disposal.
Now conies a transportation com
Iiany with a record for giving the
best to be hnd for passengers taking
pussngo on its' freight steamers. It
will Improve Its service by placing
on the line between- Ban Frnncitco
and Honolulu n stenmer thnt will
cost In the vicinity of n million dol
larti, ntid accommodate u hundred
and fifty passengers.
' With this In sight nre the people
wllllig to return to their acceptance
' of the law that bars pasBengeis from
ships under foreign Hags plying be
tween our ports and the mainland?
In view 'Of the fact that Hawaii's
prosperity Is In a large measure duo
to protection, it Is a good general pol
icy to stay with tho protective prin
ciple at every point when the prac
tical working out brings the icsult
sought. And tho Mntson line prom
ises icsults; the pruposnl for the com
munity to change Its attitude on the
, ioa8tvlsi) shipping law amendment
now before Congress presents a good
' icason for so doing.
- Thorc Ik no other section of the
United States that better realizes the
great opportunity for America to coni-
.jnunil the commerce of the Pacific r'
x morox keenly feels tho disgrace of the
i .''tteady, decay of the Amerlcaii nier
PerSU Months & .Bo
Pf r, anywhere In US t.oo
Pei Year, iny where hi Canada ., I.flo
Per War foMpalJ, foreign , 3. (to
Office, - 256
Etilrted at the rmtoflice at Honolulu
as ftfTOtKt cUtu mitlrr.
NOVEMBER 28, 1908
Chant marine. Hawaii Is In the
midst of American future grandeur
and Is often ashamed that our coun
try does not rise more vigorously to
the occasjou. The position of our
people has iiIwujb been one of readi
ness to do Its shnre and even suffer
temporary hardships, If by so doing
the revival of the merchant marine
could be gheu ptai'tlenl aid.
Tin1 people of the Tctrltory hac
never failed to do their patt when
there has been an Indication of the
transpoitatlou companies acting in
good faith, and the Nation fairly ap
preciative of what must be done to
enable our hIiIph to compete on even
terms with those of foreign coun
To rescind the request for an
amendment of the coastwise shipping
law cannot therefore be put down
us n reversal of sentiment, but rather
an acceptance of new conditions fav
orable to Hawaii's fondest ideal
ample transportation facilities in
The Donnelly mentioned In- the
cnble dispatches as having been ap
pointed Public Printer by President
Itoosevclt Is undoubtedly Thomas K,
Donnelly, who was liotn In Chicago
1867, son of It. it. Donnolly, uwnor
of the Lakeside Press. H. It. Don
nelly was known as one of the best
prlnteis In the I'nlted States and fur
ther as a mnu of highest Integrity
and great public spirit. T, B. Don
nelly graduated from Yale In 1889,
was a clnssmnte and Intimate friend
of (HtToid Plnchot. On leaving col
lege ho, at once entered his father's
printing olllce, where ho acquired a
thorough knowledge of printing and
publishing, and soon entered the
front ranks us a careful, broad, and
iilccctsfiil man. lie proved lit J
knowledge of the Inllnlte detail ol
the business, and hastened to use ev
ery improvement in the urt. In
character and public spirit he "proved
a worthy suciessor of his father, and
has mude a name for himself as it
business- man nnd n citizen second to
none In tho city by the lake Among
prlnteis the Lakeside Pi ess stands
Eighties at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm
Two fine building lots in Mania
? 1600 and $1000.
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
LunaliloSt. (Furnished) ....$(10.00
Waikiki (Furnished) $40,00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompts
with the best In the country. It U
generally understood thnt tlio Unlt'M
States printing ofllee has been a last
refuge of an ancient system of spoils
and extravagance, and one that espe
cially needed icnrgnnlzntlon. Such
an appointment Is thetefom pecu
liarly llttlng and especially needed.
The American people can rest nssur-
ed that another Important Govern
ment function Is due (o be leorguli
Ueil along lines, of tood service,
economy, and with an eye single to
the public welfnre.
MR. DOHRMAN'S SUGGESTION.
After the radicals had let off tin
preliminary steam, they realized tho
Millie of the Bulletin's ndmniil
Hon to keep tool and eliminate the
personal feature from the Federal
Mr Dohrmann of San Fianrlsio
was able to view the situation with
the deliberation of an Interested m'
tldei. nnd we believe there was .10
one who heard his talk at the Mer
chants' Association meeting who does
not appreciate tho good sense con
tained in his suggestions.
What Honolulu wishes to innko
i tear In Washington, to icprcscnta
tlves of tho People, Is that the Ma
hukn site has the settled nnd deter
mined support of the business com
munity of the city. Further, that
our people do not favor the exchange
consummated by the department.
Honolulu never has any large topic
under consideration thnt the person
al factor docs not enter. It is a small
town. Hut tho departments and ths
members of Congress don't care to
have their time taken by such Inci
dental matters that really have an
tiulmportnnt bearing on the merits
ol the question.
As the facts ate coming to light, It
appears that the suggestion for un
exchange came from Government nfll
clals. The people have u very nat
ural feeling of resentment that they
were not taken Into the confidence
of either the officials licie nr In
Hut the main point on which the
citizens of Honolulu must win their
light is: the moral obligation of tho
Government to keep fulth with the
Sonic claim that moral obligations
don't count In Government transac
tions, politics, or business.
.It Is to be hoped thnt the closing
hours of President Uoosevclfs Ad
ministration will not witness such a
level sal, In prnrtlse, of the doctrines
that he has made the keynote of his
In view of tho attitude of tho de
partment officers, It must be appar
ent that the good-will of Congress
cannot be obtained by calling them
names. Honolulu Will win by con
vincing tho final judges that n mis
take has been made. Tho people do
not, approve tho proposed sanction
of the transferred site.
Let tho good work go on with
greater vigor, if less fireworks.
WHAT'S ALLOWED IN
Hdltor Evening millet In:
For the Information of your readcis
mailing Christmas presents; will you
kindly publish the following Postal
"Permissible writing or printing up
on or with third- or fourth- class mat
ter without subjecting same to a high
er rate of postage Includes Inset Intlons
such us 'Merry Christmas,' 'Happy New
Year.' 'With Ilest wishes,' etc., et
togutherwlth the name and mhlress of
i no anuresseo ami oi ino senucr, eiiir
er upon the article Itself or upon a
card enclosed therein. '
This rule applies to all mall: reg
istered or ordinary, domestic or for
JOSEPH G. PRATT.
Honolulu, Nov. 28.
Mali for Australia will leave at
o'clock this evening on tin) Uillith cot
Her Kntuna, Cuptaln I.eo The Katima.
sails In ballast for Sydney, vhero it
cargo of wheat for English ports will
probably be taken on board. Tho mall
wiiH sent on board the K.'tumi tbli
morning, so people hawiiK letteis
which thoy have not yet pcslcd will
imvu to carry tiicm to tno snip in per
son If thoy want them to leave by the
J-"For Bsnt" cards on ul at j
Bullitln office. ')"'!
Skirts and Suils
Tuesday, Dec. 31st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
go tip to College Hills and see
how many new homes arc be
ing built. It would be easy
for you to get a lot and have
a home1 in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
you some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when ydlt learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot we
will assist you in building a
Simk mk LoXft
Central Union fhnreliIIIM., SMilutl
nt 9:45. Men's lllblc Class nt 10f sub
Ject "Kcarly llebiow History Tho
Sources nnd Method of Composition of
mo Historical Writings of tliu Dlblc."
Mornlne U'omhln nt 11- ci.nunn liv il,..
minister, snbject. "The Forward
Face." Christian Kndeavor Meeting
nt (1:4(1, subject, "Home MIsbIoiis: A
.Million n war Our Foreign .Imitib
fcrntlts.. Evellhlt? hitvIpi, nt 7'ftOr a,.r.
liiou by the Minister.
The Catholic Chinch of St. John tho
Ilaptlst. Kallhl-waena, In ehargo of
Jtov. Fntlu"- Clement Toniormw. No
vember 29, first Sunday of Advent,
8:."10 u. i;i high mass, sermon, collec
tlun, Sunday school. 4 p. in. Ilosnry.
Tho nnmint nwwitln! it in Witi.1 in
Kallliukl nllil.Palolo lnitmivonimit i-liil,
was held nt-thu Government Nursery
mat night. "A lingo reprcsentallvo ill-
leniiauce wnB present.
Reports from the different commit
tees fur tl)l','ycar were received. Tho
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,'.o,.j!t oMiMiitwii ii, iiiii wmii miieii
hml lienil (r,iu'n(.il u-lll, unnnuo ..el...
clpally tho change of precinct bound
aries matter nnd tho assurance from
uie iioeruuieni or u new reservoir.
TIU' election Of n(llpnri t-emilloil nn
follows: President. Emit A. Hermit;
vice picsldent, E. It. Il,illi ; secretary,
D. Vv" Anderson; trensiuer, A. F.
uooiie; illrertors, Z. K. M)erB, F. M.
Cox. W. W. Tlmver. Tllin'l Iji!-nn I.'
Tho ilow president lauded the work
of the old lioaiil nnd hoped that ho
would bo able to show as good results
Ho nr.sod co-operation and harmony
and that each member present leave
the meeting with the thought of doing'
nil he could for tho good of the caiue
t'ndi r suggestions for new bi.ifiichs
came the unanimous resolution to urga
fuither work for n new reservoir Tor
tliu district, thu building of tho Pa
lolo He)t Itond, continuation of tho
Knlmukl-Dlamond Head road, beuutiry
lug the dlstilct, Itnpioved Rapid Tran
sit sen leu and the opening up of new
Everybody wilf have an independ
ent line on the automatio telephone
service no party lines. Call at Wa
terhouse Trust Co. and get your name
on the" list for a phone.
Oct your lunch nt tho Now E.igland
Bakery. Hotel street.
KUNZITES, ETC, ETCJ
Set in Gold and Platinum,
They Are Very Stylish.
II. F. Wichman & Co.
n'ng,iffi,iifiiiki. ,., t-,,.i...,-.' . ilMuX
AUTO MAN HOWES -WITH
VON IIAMM YOUNG
Frank K. Howes, who nrilved by
the steamer Hlloulaii, has accepted a
poltlon with the von llnnim-Youtirf
Company as dalesman In the nulo
lnoblle department. Mr. llowcfl Is nn
eastern mnn though he comes to the
Islands from Oakland, where fie has
been In business. His home Is in
I'tlcn, N. Y where lie mnilo his start
In the nutomolille trade by estab
lishing the Standard Automobile
Later ho was with the Goodrich
Htibhcr Company as ndjustor, llrat
holng tn the factory In Akioti, Ohio,1
lo acquaint himself with all the de
tails of the business. Ho was as
signed to lluffalo, nnd there estab
lished n reputation for himself
which caused one of the niitomoiille
Journals to speak of him as "known
thioughout the length and hrcadtlf
of the country tluoiigh his connec
tion with Goodrich tires." Mr. Howes
tame west to accept the olllce of nd
justor for hlX'oiupany In Oakland.
He left the company to go Into bus
iness, which he sold out previous to
coming to Honolulu. One of tho
Utlca papers speaks of Mr. Howes as
having the "hnppy faculty of 'mak
ing good' wherover ho Is." Ills Hist
Impt08slnns of Honolulu are pleasant
despite the lain. He w'lll soon ho
calling on tho men who want the
best In automobiles.
This Is the Hawaiian Independence
Day. Some of the old Hawnllans are
celebrating tho occasion. The otingcr
i-lcnient tnkcH very little Interest In
In former .curs, almost all the Ha
waiian patriots observed tho dny rev
eiently. They used to attend ehu'i'i
services In the foienoou and ,n 11. e
nflernoon they would go out to enjoy
horse races, canoe nnd boat raeoi nnd
other Hawaiian sports,
Tho King used to call out ar the
military and frntortTitl Wganlnl!nni.
The day wnH observed In grand stjle
Thu King's Own, the Queen's Own. the
Ilclnhokii Guards ard other compa
nies, led by tho band, wero rev lowed
by the King on the parade grounds nt
Mnklkl, whero tho repiesenlallu'i if
foreign powers, ministers of the cab
inet and spectators would be iresent
to see thu parade of these ntgnutz.i
tbms. In the ovenlng a grand b.'ll
would be given at the palace. The
Homo Rulers, In recent yenrj, role
iirated tho day with a grand lu.vi, end
ended with ancient Hawaiian hulas,
This year they will not do v; how
ever, STOP DRINKING!
Orrine Destroys the Craving for
Drink Cure Effected or
It was formei Iy customary for the
habltii.il drinker lo take tho pledge
regularly, sometimes once a year, and
sometimes In every fit of remorse that
follow! d his debauches, and then
Hut now It Is gradually dawning on
the world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness, When u man lakes a
pledge voluntarily, he expects to keep
It. Every man expects to keep his
word and every broken ptedgo costs
the drunkard ninny a heartache. Hut
ho cannot help It. He fights ns long
ns ho can, then succumbs to the crav
ing. The nervous system of tho habit
ual drinker is diseased, and ho must
have treatment thnt will cuiu this con
dition. Oirlue Is sold under n positive
guui anteo to euro the diluk hulill or
thu money will bo refunded. No other
treatment for thu liquor habit Is sold
limlor such n liberal guarantee.
Oirlno Is prepared In two forms: No.
1 u imwder, perfectly tasteless and col.
driest, which can bo glen secretly In
liny food or drink. Orrino No. 2 Is In
VIIl form, for those who wish to bo
cured of tho hnblt, and It should bo
taken by every ono who swears olT.
No matter which form of Orrino Is
used tho guaranteo Is the same. Thu
prlco of Orrino Is Si per box, mailed
In lihiln scaled wrapper upon, receipt
of price. Writo for freu booklet on
"How to Curo Drunkenness." (mailed
In plain sealed cm elope,) by Tho Or
rino Co., Washington, r. C. Orrlnu Is
sold by Honolulu Drug Co., Foit stieet.
The steamer Maun.i Ke.i bilngs
wind from lllln that tho ship Whitney
was dtiu to Ball fiom theio todny with
the first load of ohla ties over sent to
tho mainland, There 1110 20,000 ties In
tho caigo, whlcli Is consigned to Hit)
Santa Fo Railway Company.
W. W Ahann & Co., Ltd., this morn
ing filed nttlcles or dlsliicorpoiatlon
with the Torrltoilal Tieasurer. Tliu
company has been bought by outside
parlies and will bo reorganized.
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
Vigorous At 90.
:. '& ..
CAPT. JAMES Jl SNOWJIEN.
and women who have been cured and
iVi, f im.vz
Is an iibsolittely'puro distillation of malted grain; great cate being med to
have every kernel thoroughly malted, thus destroying tho germ nnd
pioduclng n prod I Rested liquid food In tho form of n malt essence, which
Is tho most affective tonic stimulant and Invlgnialor known to sclenie:
softened by warmth and moisture its p.ilntablllty nnd fieedom fiom In
jurious substances lender It si that
It Is invaluable for overworkod
children. It strengthens and sustains
tho system'. Is n promoter of health
nnd longevity, makes the old filing
and keeps the oung btinng.
CAUTION. When you ask your
druggist, grocer or dealer fcr Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get
the genuine. It's an absolutely pure
medicinal malt whiskey and 1s sold In
sealed bottles only never In hulk.
Look for the tradennark, tho "Old
Chemist," on the label, and make sure
the seal over the cork Is unbroken.
Price $1.00. Write Consulting Physi
cian, Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., .Roch
ester, N. Y., for a free lllustratsd med
ical booklet and free advice.
sold here. For a Christmas Present, give an order for a
pair of shoes, and let the recipient pick them out. In this
way, thorough satisfaction is assured,
LINDSEY COLONIAL TIES' in all leathers. $3.50.
(White and 'Tan Suede, Patent Leather, and White Can
vas). HEW J0CELYN TIE in Tad Sucdc.
NURSES' OXFORDS, HOUSE SLIPPERS, OPERA
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
Everything thnt can be bought in a French establishment
can be bought in our department, handling imported and
domestic cheese, anchovies, sardines, pickles, fish, butter,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
English Plum Pudding
Mince, Squash, Pumpkin, and
UP TO PALM STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE, Older today.
Capt. James M. Snowden, 625
Washington Ave, New Haven, Conn.,
of Fighting Nineteenth, Attends Re
union (in His Ninetieth Birthday and
Sajs that He Is Kale, Hearty and
Vigorous, Due to the Constant Use of
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
Captain Snowden Was One of the
Most Distinguished and Wcll-Known
Veterans of the Nineteenth Regiment
Who Fought in the Civil War.
In a recent Interview ("apt Suow
ileu said "I have used jour medici
nal malt whiskey and highly leeoiu
luetid II lo nil. At the uge of ninety
I am well and hearty, and if It weiu
not for it dlsablllt josullanl, fiom
n pun-shot wound, contracted In the
nim, I could compete with men
lunch vouugci. thanks to the Invlgor
nttug nnd henltli-glvlng iiualltles of
Durf.'s Pine Malt Whlskej."
I nsollcltcd testimonial like the
above tome fiom Ihousauils of men
testuied to health b Duffy's Pitro
It can be letalned by the most sen
men, delicate women nnd slckl)
We have just receiv
ed by the Hilonian ov
er 15,000 pairs of Lad
ies' Regal Shoes in all
the latest styles. Our
Quarter Sizes guaran
tee a perfect fit for any
STREET NEAn UNION ST.