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EVENING DULI.ETW, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, PEC. 15, 1908.
SJLYmd WEEKLY Pnbllihedbr BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
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Entered at the J?otoffice at Honolulu
m arunJ clasi tuatitr.
Wo havo for quick sale at
n low price a pineapple ranch
of over 100 ncres, of which
nbout 3S ncres ore now plant
oil In ill n os. flu, 000 plants
Bhciulit fruit In 190S and 17n.
U00 lu 1910. Tito place Is
ready, for Immediate pows
Rlon and occupancy, tho Halo
to Include n furnished dwell
lug house, team of horses,
farm Implements, tools, etc.
Pull particulars lit our ofllce.
Jolly Kitchen Shower
TUESDAY j DECEMBER 15, 1003
'Is It any loss serious to threaten a
human life with .vu nutonioblle than
(0 do the Job with a hnifc or sunt
I IU 1 I?
Our Democratic fi lends do not ap
pear to be missing any points In tha
game of grabbing r.ll tne jous in
Clreat projects n-ove slowly, but
when the l'earl Harbor contracts get
In full svvlhg, business will hum In
tho City of llonolu'u.
Are we to presume that the Ilepub
llcan Supervisors have no place In the
selection of depart'rent officers for
the City mid County of Honolulu?
According to nil tepoits, that bur
clar who departed with n battered
head and left his s.ioes and hat for
police souvenirs. Is till nt large!
If Dulsenberg Is t.ttlsfled, that set
tles tho niitomobllc-duckpond Inci
dent. Hut the demand for ordinary
rare In driving nutos Is by no means
whom he met during a visit to the
Islands three ears ago. The combi
nation now linked with the destinies
of the Dispatch Is easily the strong
est lu the country. Mr. Thompson
and Mr. Crusty have each built up
great and successful newspaper prop
erties and are ap;.arently Joining
their fortune to furnish tho country
with a sample of the perfect news
paper. They can deliver tho goods.
RECORD OF ITALIANS.
The Hon. Mr. Cistro of Venezuela
'may be touring F.uope with the hope
of enlisting new frlcnds'nmong thoic
folio have blockadol his ports at
Sjwfi Wf &ftW
, m Hon. Cecil llrown will he on hand
'during the legislative pcriou, nna
there Is none whose suggestions
Voicing business sei.llment is more
Will It not be necessary for tho
Supervisors to pass ordinances creat
ing the offlces to which our Demo
cratic friends would have their nom
HJ May tho pineapple advertising
'campaign return n liuiidred-fold and
Jlhiis give the growors courage ( to
(Keep It up. Advc-tlslng pays'bj
'.ieeplng everlastingly at It.
So Judge Hardy wanted reappoint
ment. If this be tits case he Is to ho
congratulated on having received it.
The II u I I o 1 1 n ' 5 way of putting
It was more complimentary
The recent victory of the runner,
Dornndo, over Hayes, who won the
Olympic race In London, gives a tro
phy? for physical stiongth nnd endur
unco to nn Italian. The prevlottl
week the l.ancla car nn Italian prod
uct, driven by an American, won tho
light-car race 'In tho meet held by
the Savannah Atiltvnoblle Club un
der tho auspices of the Automobllo
Club of America.
The Flat, also an Italian car, this
one guided by a Frenchman, won the
race for big cars at the same meet
ing. Gugllelmo Forrcro, the Italian his
torian. Invited to thii States by Prej
Ident Roosevelt, Is lecturing lu Hus
ton, where his stay has been n con
New York nnd Philadelphia have
been rapturously enjoying the sing
ing and representations of grand op
era by famous Italian artists.
Isn't there something a little mis
placed In the prevalent attitude to
ward the "Dago"?
Isn't It unfair nnd decidedly out
of keeping with common sense to
hold the worklngman of Italy nl
representing a lower nvernge of hu
manity than the workmen of othe!
with tho United S'.ctos Government
by purchasing posioinco money or
ders payable to themselves. Thus
they have paid for the privilege of
depositing with the Government their
savings without Interest.
Not only money !hat goes to Can
nda or to Europe foe deposit in postal
banks, but money that Is used to pur
chase postoulce orders ns a form of
banking, Is withdrawn from tho uses
of business on tho mainland. Un
questionably postal banks would ex
.crclso n highly beneficial Influence
upon the community, ns well ns upon
the Individual, by preventing the tin-productive-hoarding
In this Territory It Is said that much
of the money now rent to Japan
would be retained In the Islands It
the postal savings bank became a na
At a conferenco of the Kansas po
litical reformers hold lit, Lawrence,
Kas Senator-elect J. L. Urlstow de
clared that the ralho.ids control most
of the Federal Judges.
POSTMEN ON POSTAL SAVINGS
I President Hoosovelt has been called
ri "giecn toad" by a wrathy suffra
gette. This Is a sample of the wea
pons with which the electoral battle
will bo fought when women vote.
I Chief Clerk Conkllng might col
lect a few Kona canaries to soothe
the savage Icglslatots when the ap
pinprlatlon bills nro cut down nt the
cjose of the session, to fit the 'Income
'of the Territory.
Govornor Frcar teems to have the
rippioprlatlon bills In mind when
cabling to ascortnln the amount of
money Honolulu merchants have con
tributed to clean up the' port when
''cleaning was needed.
School teachers of the Territory of
Hawaii should be paid liberally, and
the salary appropriation should also
cairy n total largj enough to give
every school In. the Territory a full
corps of competent Instructors.
Tlrso Mesa, n millionaire Biigar
grower of Cuba, wa killed in a quar
rel by a merchant ot Aguado do l'.'i
sajeros, Matanzns province, where
the tragedy occurred.
The Now York World hns sent n
letter to the Germ-in Chancellor ad
mitting Its published, sypopsls of tho
famous Interview with the Kaiser has
'no basis In fact." It contends that
tho mlstnke was an honest one, com
mitted through "overzeal."
It may bo true that the Tariff
Commission seeks to put overy pro
tected Industry on tho defensive. Hut
Hawaii can prove IW right to consld
'e'rntlon It the final tariff scheme bo
based on common J.isllce and the de
velopment of Amerlcun Industry.
llrownsvlllo troop.), who were Innb
cent, may now receive full Justlro
jtt the hands of Congress; so ready
to criticise tho orlelnu! punishment.
The Incident can be handled dis
passionately, nnd nil will no doubt
ngreo that the President 'did right m
taking vigorous meatures to convince
wnyward boldlers that they cannot
"shoot up n town" and escape a
Meeting in annual convention In
Springfield recently, the Illinois As
sociation of Postmasters rormalty de
clared In favor of tae postnl savings
bank. However, the postmasters con
ditioned their advocuy of these pop
ular depositories upon tho adopt Ina
of the policy of transferring to the
nearest national baiius the money dc-
ostted In any postofflce.
The suggested urrangement would
make every national bank n Govern
ment depository. The plan for keep
ing tho money of earh community at
the disposal of its people has much
to commend It. Iliwall during the
days ot Its Independence proved the
value of the postal savings, bank.
It a scheme were devised for loeel
deposit many ot Hawaii's problems
consequent to the drainage of coin
would be solved. Postmaster General
Meyer says In his last annual report.
"That the money deposited In the
postul savings ban;s may return to
the channels of trade, authority is
asked to place It In the natldnal
banks which are Government deposl-i
torles In the States v.hero the money
Is deposited In the postofflces." The
ffostmasters demand consideration for
communities as we'I as for States.
In the dlscussloi. preceding the
adoption ot the nolutlon by the
Springfield convention one postmas
ter said that the money-order servlca
had added to tho responsibilities and
duties ot the postmaster without
bringing him corresponding compen
sation. He expressed tha fear that
n like experience would result from
the establishment of postal savings
bunks. Arguments mi the other side
were made by others, who claimed
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nest office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of th Bulletin office.
Nuuanu Avenue '; . . . S $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
School Street '.$40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kiaau Street $25.00
Lunalilo St. (furnished) . . . .$40.00
Alapai Street $10.00
Announcement has been lccolvcd
from George Thompson, proprietor of
the St. Paul Dispntth, that ho has
sold an interest In his paper to
Chat lea II. Grnsty, who made tho
llaltlmoro News famous. Mr. Thomp
son has n national reputation an u
publisher and will bo plensuntly re
membered by many ;ionoium peonie
Cohgres"s could' be tolled
Two bargains in Makiki District
?Z6G0 and $1800.
l.lhitp, Knual, Dec, 12. A kllclicn
ihower with novel feattiros was given
by Mrs. J. M. l.jdgato last Wednesday
afternoon for tho benefit of Miss I'.thel
Vllco In view of her coming nini'-
llago to Mr. Gnylor Wilcox. In addi
tion to u, simple kitchen article each
guest was requested to bring a suit
able Mmerlck to bo rend as the gifts
were ofened nnd to furnish a teclpe to
be written In n neat book for that pur
pose. At 3 o'clock the guests began
to arrlvo and at n quarter past Miss
Ethel, all unsuspecting, wns led In
blind folded nnd Joined the rest In tho
ttttempt to guess the contents of tho
various packages, prizes being provid
ed for tho fortunate or expert guess-
crs. Tho first prize was won by Mrs.
J. A. Hogg, the second by Miss Mc
Clymont ot Kenlla mid the booby
prize, n flnu sound cabbage, by Mrs.
Tho opening of the gifts by Ml:s
Ethel Wilcox and reading of the lint
cricks by Miss Ucrulcc Hundley crc
nted a great deal of Interest nnd
nwnkened a great deal of surprlae
that people had the sense to give
such senslblo gifts nnd the wit to
originate such excellent limericks.
Refreshments with a vast deal ot
tempered hilarity followed until the
growing shadows warned people that
It wns time to go home. There were
nbout forty -guests.
The following are n few of tho lim
Title Page of n Iteclpe Hook.
O Ethel, you nngel bewltchln',
Hcio'm it book for our marital
So roll up your sleeves
And ponder Its leaves,
And prove all the dainties it's rich
This trap's for the llttlo lolc,
Whenever he's feclln' pololl,
He think he get lucky,
Hut he fin' out ho make.
So pnu Is his story pokole.
Tea Kettle. .,
This kettle's for Eve's dearest
Now led as a lamb to tho slaugh
ter. . i
Hut I fancy It ho
Keeps you In. jour tea,
You'll surely keep him lu hot wa
Frying Pan. ,'i i ,
Thero was a'.yn.ung lady
I charms c(bonalr,'
Who fain nil the food for
spouse would prepare;
And bravely, he tried.
To cut what she fried.
Convalescent! ,1m t still under med
Au umbrella In useful to any young
Sty Patrick, pf-Umerlck bend you
iml beneath It two lovers may
seek n safe bower
And escape quite Intact e'en the
worst "kitchen shower."
Here's my llttlo gift for your kltch
One more to tho stew pans you'ro
l Icli In;
Pray take It In prose
For suro goodness knows
To put It In veiso
Is forty time's worse
Than tho vc'ry worst kind of n
I've nuido it my utmost endeavor
To Bay something brilliant und
Hut I'm beat by this beater
Hoth In rhymo and In meter;
I'll limerick no nioro nor forover.
Though I haven't n sign of a log,
Hut only some hoops nnd a peg,
Oust give me, a chance
To show you -a dance
That I've learned to do with nn
Say, Ethel, 1 hear you get marry,
Some fellows he lie like olo Hurry,
Hut s'pobo ho xpe.il; true,
I Buy what I do: '
1 give you this key-ring to carry.
Hut this Is the men kaiilana:
To pull out tho coiks Is Its brum.
You will und Mil
Aud then link I Mil
And here Is u lightning cream
freezer For Ethel I hopo IC wjll please
A Jewel? You'ro right;
It's quite out of sight
As the birds lu thu tups of the
When j on nrc married ou must
You must be true to nil vou sny.
You must be kind; )tm must be
And make your husband chop the
There was a young maid on Knual
Who remarked, 'I'll ho wed bye
So her friends with ench oth.'r
Tho needs of her kitchen to fill
And Inter this maiden cherle
Wknt forth to her kitchen to sco
The presents her friends hud
brought In great glee,
And among them she fount! some
"bread-sticks" from me.
OF ROYAL JEWELS
The (nle at auction of the Jewels
of the late Prince David Kiiwnnnnn
koa, which takes t.laco tomorrow
morning lu the Kaplolnnl Estate
building, will be an event ot unusual
Interest, Most of tuo gems represent
the Prluco's Bhnio t.f the Jewels ot
the late King Kti'nknua and Queen
Kaplolunl, nnd nro therefore ot con
siderable historic Interest.
The collection Includes many
pieces of great beauty nnd of great
variety necklaces, bracelets, bnn
gles, rings, King Kalnkaua's watch.
Princess Kalulanl's watch, clgarottc
enses, brooches, pendants, etc. Many
of the places nro of great intrinsic
value, being heavily studded with
diamonds nnd precious stones, and in
ndditlon to this tho historic nssocln
tlons which nro attached to many of
them make them still more valuable
than would ordlnnrlly be tho case.
to secure home de
we will give Free to
every purchaser of mer
chandise to the value of
$1.00 a Beautiful
Don't miss securing
Opp. Catholic Cathedral
-aw -rfaw A
COR. F0KT AND .MERCHANT STS.
make proper provltlon for tho 'post
masters' pay and In nny ovont the
pergonal Interests ot the postmasteis
should not stand In the way ot bring
ing hoarded savlngn into productive
use by providing for the deposit of
such funds In the can. of the Govern
Chief Inspector McMillan of tho
PostofTlce Department presented to
the postmasters farts showing a pop
ulnr demand for poiffico banks. Ho
has found that many citizens of the
United States go unoss tho border
Into Canada to tlcphlt Bavlngs In tin)
postal bnnks of tho Dominion. Dur
ing tho post year 12,000 persons havo
placed 18,000,000, for safekeeping
MANY WOULD WORK
AT LEILEHUA CAMP
Working for Undo 8am bcciiis to ho
a popular form or employment Here
Just as soon ns It wns announced that
Captain Castner was nbout to begin
operations at I.elleliua, theio was n
general scramble for employment, by
skilled mechanics and laborers alike
Tho verandas of the depot qtiarlei mas
ter's office, wero crowded moat of tho
day and tho front yard looked like an
employment office doorynrd.
Finally things leached such a stage
that a stop had to ho put. A notice,
announcing that no workmen aro need
til at Lellehun has been posted on the
wall alongsldo tho door leading Into
tho depot Q. M.'s ofllce, ami tho tide
has been diverted elsewhere.
Many of tho applicants for wprk ev
idently already had good jobs else
vvhero, for the noon hour was tho fav
orite time for applicants to apply.
Copenhagen, Denmaik, Nov. SO.
Schlentlflc expeditions of all sorts nro
inpldly becoming a featuro of tho sea
Min In Denmark, Tho latest, under
tho protection of Ilia queen, will bturt
In January for tho West Indies Willi
tho object of making a thorough In
vestigation into tho widespread epi
demic of lepiosy which has recently
broken out lu most of tho Antilles.
Some systematic and radical method
of fighting tho bcottrge will bo sought
b ytho cxpldltlon.
At tho head or tho partv is Prof.
Fillers, tho well known scientist, ns
tho result of whoso studies lu Iceland
tho government built tho lingo leprosy
We beg to call attention to our
Large New Stock of
Service Plates atti
Gups and Saucers
ThcsD good were selected with (jreat enre and com
prise the very best in the art of China Decoration.
Sold singly or by the dozen.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO., Ltd.,
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
W r-.w S Ji h
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR EURSES
Dunn's Hat Shop
Thrum s Book Store
Mince Meat, Apple Butter
Olives, India Relish,
Baked Beans, Sweet PicRles, Tomato Soup,
Dill Pickles, Tomato Catsup, etc.
Every Christmas Delicacy Known
Made by Heinz
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