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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 1008.
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HIT and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
Jflj erery day except Sunday. Weekly lisued on Tueiday of eaoh wttk.
' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Fnrrlnjjton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
fr ( Editorial Rooms,
.' What Hhall we do with the man
ho tolls visitors the trip to the Vol
nmo Is perilous'
Cnpt JohiiMiu Is not fat enough to
te mistaken for Santa Clans, hut ho
7iiakes n Oplcall) Jolly shlrpo for n
ell-Inilcti Christmas ship.
Whllo the School street hold-up
, vas piocctdlng. the pollco inns hae
lccn hiding nude, the ted for fear ot
0'unnlng against the latest uncuught
(I City guests dccoiatlng .1 Christmas
rlrce for the children in the Young
jlotel park will give Honolulu Hit'
nearest approach to n re.il Sanf.i
i Claus It has vcr known
t Tho exclusive news of Rudolph
' Sprcckels' real estate deal was given
ln the II u 1 1 p 1 1 n . fulfilling, as us
Eiial, the reputatlun of this paper for
tall the news and the truth about It.
County Attorne Williams linn had
the (Irand Jur comment expunged
from tho Hllo court record. Citizens
of the County will still hope that
Jho comment will have tho desired
- Mr. Dillingham tolls the people of
'(Hllo that his railroad to Hamnkua U
(a sure thing. "II. V" neer ot got
I started for a given point that he
t didn't, sooner or later, arrive, ns pro-
- - '
r Rudolnh Snreckels nrobahlv has as
V.hlKh an opinion of the men attempt-
Ting to misapply his speech ns he has
tot the outfit that also gave a perfect
.nilsieprcsenintion of his real estate
dealings while in the city.
Cocrnor Prear wants the Philip-
iplno rnilroad legislation to apply to
r Hawaii. That's all right. Hut "does
i the Philippine list of deslrablo legis
lation extend to tho easy land law
J that Candidate McCandless quoted so
' s effectively during his campaign?
"Hawaii Is an organized Territory
of the United States, not a posses
sion," If every business house of Ho
nolulu would put this plain state
ment on Its envelopes, tho work of
I educating tho malnlanders to a
, knowledge of their own country
f'would be well under way.
Senator Knox Is the man the H u 1
1 o 1 1 n urged the Republican dele
gates to vote for If they could not
agree on Tnft. As they did ugreo on
tho President-elect and helped nomi
nate him, Mr. Taft's selection of
Knox as tho first officer In his Cabi
net Is in keeping with what loyal Re
publicans of Hawaii would recom
mend. The secret history of tho under
standing between Japan and America
Is undoubtedly correctly stated by
if the Now York World correspondent,
rf. Nearly every metropolitan paper has
V hud "Its story" on tho subject, but
1' the world's statement of Mr. Taft's
, Intimate relation with the whole nf
" fair tallies more closely with the
t course ot events ns observed from the
Crossroads of tho Pacific.
HELP HAWAII FIRST.
During the holiday season and the
period of good resolutions the people
who hope to grow up with Honolulu
and share In Its advancing prosperity
should make one good resolution nnd
keep It, name : to Invest tho money
made In Hawaii where It will help
build up the business nnd tho Indus
try of this City and of the Islands.
Ytnnie.liiivlniF nml rinmn.fninflttnir
JL must rule In these Islands with the
men of wealth nnd the men on salar
) ies If wo are to create a powerful, a.
, v trlotlc, wlde-uwako community.
A? Thero aro Industries In Hawaii that
need uBBiaiuute, mil cuuuiy uui uib
timely Investment that will rnrry
them through the hard periods.
There ought to bo money In nmplo
ntinntltv fn?- neli
.r-"'- There are established Industries
that offer a field for the safo Invest
ment of money made in Hawaii, No
good excuse can be given for allow-
' lnir'the enterprises of Hawaii to lag
behind, or for breeding a lack ot con-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rr i Moulin .... ,ru
re tir n)ulierelii UB I.oo
Pet Year, ii) where In Canada ,. I, Am
Per Wat itpalJ foreign 3.oo
Eatered M the Toiiomcr it Honolulu
m nfc-ond dais nutter.
DECEMBER 19, 190S
flilcneo In the future of these Island
l) sciHllng money, made here, abroad,
Homc-hiilug and home-Investment
are the surest promoters of prosper
II) that nn town can have.
Make ever) dollar count for Hono
lulu and the Territory.
WHAT ARE THE POLICE DOING?
While the Honolulu police force Is
gathering up Its loins to discover the
.vet undiscovered hurglais putting
themselves In evidence during tho
lest seven da s, another more hold
than his predecessors Indulged in an
old'fashloned hold-up on one ot the
Meanwhile we presume that the
Chinese, potty thieves nre being care
fully watched and cory small boy
who should be In the reform school
has been scared out of his wits nnd
properly Impressed with the Impor
tance of the police.
Don't the men who occupy their
time holding' positions on the police
force, nnd diaw salaries from the tnx
pavers. begin to feel that It Is about
time for thc.ni to bestir themselves
and hind a few real criminals who
appear to be floating about the town?
Are tho guardians ot the public
peace so thick-hided or wooden-headed
that they don't realize what their
Or Is It true that the members of
the police forco aie afraid to tackle
tho Job of going after known toughs
of tho clt In tho dark?
NEWSPAPERS AND ADVERTISING.
The ndcrtlalng campaign of tho
Hawaiian pineapple glowers and din
ners Is one of the best movements
that has been Inaugurated In connec
tion .with the development of any of
Hawaii's Industries. It will unques
tionably return tho full nlue nnd
more on tho Investment If ll is car
ried on as a full-fledged campaign
Nuaana Avenue $30.00
Nunanu Avenue $35.00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Lunalilo St. (furnished) ....$40.00
Alapai Street $10.00
Two bargains in Makiki DUtriot
$2650 and $1800.
COB. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Wo havo for quick salo nt
a low price a pineapple ranch
of over 100 acica, of Which
nbout 35 acres aro now plant
ed In pities. 55,000 plants
should fruit In 1909 nml 175,
000 In 1910. Tho plnro la
ready for Inuncillnte posses
sion and occupancy, tho mile
to Include a furnished dwell
ing house, team of horned,
farm implements, tools, etc.
full paillculars nt our office.
Sjmk mk bo.Gft
. qilTvit UrfoyrUv
nnd Includes tho newspapers with
The necessity of becoming known
through the newspapers Is recognized
by nil the successful advertisers, be
cause experience has bIiovvii that tho
newspapers furnish tho medium for
reaching the people nt the most reas
This fact was ery well set forth
by K O. McCormlck, nsslstnnt traffic
director of thsHarriman lines, when
speaking beforo the California rrult
Grouers' Exchange, meeting In Kan
sas City. Mr. McCormlck is n man of
experience and this is what ho sa.vs
of the newspaper as the superior me
dium for fruit men, nnd It applies to
all lines of trndo:
"Rending the newspaper Is us inti
mate a part of our ever) -day life as
sleeping and eating. It Is a rare per
son who dots not nt least glance over
his dally or weekly paper, nnd to the
great mnjorlt) ot people It is the onl).
avenue open to their minds accessible
to those who hao things to sell. Tho
peculiar strength which is nil its
own is well put by n recent writer In
the following words:
"'The newspaper carries sugges
tion Into the family circle nt leisure
moments In parlor or library, whero
no salesman Is uvcr permitted to en
ter." It Is in closer touch with nnd ex
erts a greater Influence In tho homo
than any other printed thing. To
start with: Thero aro In tho older
communities a vast number of people
who have inherited the continuance
of the paper which their pircnts
read. It Is as real to them as 'proofs
of hoy writ.' To practically all oth
ers It Is their owivcliolcr. Tho In
telligence of the world's doings Is
gleaned from Its pages. That which
many deem their own Judgment, as
related to current topics, Is merely a
lcflectlon ot what they have lend In
their home paper. Wimt readies
them for the first time In todaj's pa
per, In u week or u day later has be
come their belief nnd Knowledge. And
now that I lemlnd )ou of It, jou have
n friend or neighbor whose cocrsa
tlon Is largely nindo up ot what he
has read in the day's paper. He does
not odiTany new thought to It, cither,
or Indeed nny new words, except per
haps the three 'they do say.' Of al
most equal alue to the advertisers,'
In my Judgment, Is tho 'distribution
factor ot tho newspaper; for, after
all, distribution Is the most Impor
tant detail of advertising and tho
ono which should command jour con
"As to distribution: Any. other
printed matter Involves a distinct
and separate work, with nil kinds of
obstacles. When jou use the newB-
paper jou do not hne to create circu
lation, or attend to It. The circula
President-elect Tatt In selecting
for Secretary of Stato ono of his op-,
poncnts for the nomination, has not
only dona a most gracious act, but
also secures one ot the most brilliant
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR PURSES
MMimmm i?r"h $H1W nrf- Mritygh .m
men of America for his Cabinet. Phil
ander 0. Knox ns Attorney (lenornl
with President McKlnlcy prood him
self n man of marked ability nnd un
swerving patriotism. As t Secretary
of State, he will add strength to Mr.
Toft's administration and add to tho
frcstlgo of American diplomacy while
making more Impressive the fact that
this country finds Its Ideals lu mis
sions of pence.
CONSUL GETS NEWS
From Tokio Foreign
Jnpnucso Consul General U)e"o rn
ethed this morning from Midway n
cable Information rclatlV6 to the Jap-
nneso rescued by tho cable sdiooiiur
rinurenco Ward, following Is the
- "Klohn Miiru, 130 tons, from Tokjo.
Eighteen crew. Three men hero uro
Sosnku Klkiicht nnd Motwilrhl Asnfio
nin from HachlJIo, Tokjoj Tnujim
Kheono, born Shlziiokakcn (prefect'
lire), resides Tokjo. Kiikunintsii 8u
Jlynnia, born Knnngawakon (prefect
ure). resided Tokyo, dead,"
According to Abo, tho Klevo Consul.
Kukumntsit Sujl)nmn. tho .deceased,
resided In TovKo, whllo the other
threo who survived aro known til
Toko. Kull particulars ns to tho in
turo of their visit to the Island can
not bo known until further advices
have been received from Mlilwav
It Is said further that the Klolio
Maru was commanded by Captain Sn
ellen, but as je't no official Information
can be secured, outside of wli.it has
been received hero from tho cable of
The Information Uieno will cable to
tho homo government. What Instruc
tions will bo received from Hh '""
clgn Olllce Department, tho Consul Is
i.ot nble to say. Further developments
Should favorable Instructions come
from the Foreign Offlco department
the Japanese, after their arrival from
Midway 1 mho Klaiirence Word, will
bo returned to Japan at tho expense)
of tho government.
CAN'T JAKE LAND
Must . Renounce Mother
Country To Be s
That n man v.! o was a "special cit
izen" under tho provisional govern
ment cannot bo received ns .1 citizen
cf tho United States until hu has le-
nounccd his allcglanco lo h!. iiothcr
country, notwithstanding tho fuct that
tho Organic Act provides that nil p r
sons who wcro citizens prior to nnne
ntton should bo accepted. If tho sub
stance of a decision written by Act
ing Attorney General Whltno nt tho
request of tho Acting Governor.
The matter came up throuiM tho up
plication of n former "special citizen"
for certain public lauds. MotlSmlih
refused no uppllcitlon uutil Inc. mm
should take out Ills ilcclar.u'on of In
tention pipers and renounce nllci:
lance to the mother count'). Tho
"special citizens" beforo annexation
wero thoso who vvcio given iltu light
to vote, otc, but who wero not lequlied
to forswonr their own county v.
RIGHT GIVEN TO
Giving him the right to take all tho
water from tho stream known'ns Aaku
kill at Haiku, Maul for tho term of
ten j ears, and tho further right to con
struct a railroad across certain 1 inds,
O. N. Wilcox has filed a leaso ti 'V. II
Rico, tho consideration ticliih n rental
ot 12000 per v;ar. Tho rullroul men
tioned In tho leaso Is for tho Vnrpofo
of allowing Rico to transport his enro
to Llhuo Mill.
TO 1IH.0 CALLED OFF
Thero will bo no special $15 excur
sion to Hllo for tho Now Year's races.
Tho cost of tending tho Maunn Ken on
n Bpeclal run would bo considerable,
nnd It was announced, nt tho offices of
tho Inter-Island Company this morn
ing that thero wcio Insufficient book
ings to Justify tho company. In taking
tho ilsk. Tho projected trip was
thcreforo called oft.
It was tho plan of tho company to
mako a special run for tho benefit of
those who might dcslro to tnko lu
tho races ut Hllo on Januniy 1 nnd 2.
Tho round tilp faio was cut fioni J2"i
down to 115, and tho company expect
ed a largo number of bookings. Tho
plan did not attract how over, so theso
who want to attend tho races will have
to go on tho tegular inn of tho Maunn
Kea mid wait over.
J. I'. Holleison and nnos Fi wis.
joimg I'oitugucso, wero arrested this
afternoon on n chargo of assault and
battery on Simeon Ko, who was at
tacked by a gang of roughs nt Pauo.i
Bonio tlmo ago. Two other )oung men
who uro alleged to havo taken pait In
tho assault, havo skipped to Lollehua,
but tho pollco aro now on tlicli trail.
LACK OF OFFICERS '
IN REGULAR ARMY
Lieut. Hanna Cannot
Be Secured For
llecauso nf the f it t that 1ho United
Stales Aim) is chy on drained otllccrs,
tho Wnr dopirtmenl linn lofmcd tin
request of Adjutant GiMicinl Jones HI
detail Lieutenant Iiriunnh. V, ho wati
heio In l'Vbriuirv, 1907, foi Mirvlcc
with tho National Guard uf I law-ill,
A request was nintlo oil tlijj Wai
Department last Jul) (o have I.Ieut.,
Hannah detailed for service hoo III
order Hint tho Nation il Guard could
profit by his experleiire nnd horvlcea,
but the ri quest was lofuned on the
grounds tint thero was not n sulllcleut
number of officers In tho army to per
mit them to detail u miiti here. As n
matter ot fact, It seems that it largo
number of Flmllar requests from tho
RnMrrn States were turned down by
thu War Ri'pirtlnoiil on tho same
Hannah his been In'AliHku with tho
1 0 til lnfnutiy for some time past tTill
he is ut present stutlouod nt Tort lien
Jnmln' Harrison In Indiana.
BROKE FROM BRIG
Miller, tho sailor who undo his es
cape from the Naval Station bilg souia
tlmo ngo, repeated his poifornimuo
last night. At least, this Is what De
tective Mahoo savs. and he claims to
be abbolntely suio ot what ho Is tall.
Ill tr ithmtt '
Mahoo states that ut about 2 o'clock
this morning he sav,' n man acting In
v suspicious maimer neir thu old fWi
market. When Mahoo npptoichul him
hu rnn nnd finally climbed over the
fence of tho Naval Station Mahoo
climbed to tho top of tho fence, being
clono on his heels, nnd threw Ids
pocket light ut tho lctieitliir flMiro
Mahoo then teported tho piatter, to
tin- guilds, who In-Ii ted tint Miller
must bo in the brig The cell was
(pened, nnd Miller was f mini then in,
but ho was p.ilntliii; ami jieiiiplrlim
'diowlng that ho must have Just lu
diilged In come violent.oeTclso
For Week Endlnrj December 19, 1900
T A Keakoua, cottage, Kalmiikl; M.
W. II. Castle, cottage, Reiotjiila St,
Krank Tcxleio, cottage, I'.moa Road;
Mrs. Mary Rogers, cottage, Knlmu-
kl; V. Takaani-.
Geo. -J. Campbell tenement, Iloie
tanla St.; Y. Tnk isano
J. M Gome 7, cottage, Wilder Avo;
H. R. Rath. " g rig j
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
SCHUHAN CARRIAGE CO., ITD,
MERCHANTS. NEAR ALAKEA.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9'
in the Harrison Mutual Renavolcnt
Association due Dec. 15, 190S, tie.
lluqucnt Jan, 15, 1909. All assess.
monts are payable at the Sccietary's
ofTlce, Kuplolani Building, King and
"Tho kind jour grand
father used; i
Admittedly be,st forj;en
oiatlons past. '',
Rotter now than, over."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., ltd.
CATARRH OF LUNGS
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
ACOUOH should never bo supprcticd.
A cough Is a symptom of Irritation
tomowlicro In tho bronchial tubes or
To suppress the cough U only to In
Acough Is an effort on tho part ot nature
to get rid of edmo Irritating eututnncc,
Tho only medicine that really cures n
cough Is n mcdlctno that will remove
tho Irritation v hlch cause tho cough.
Catarrh anyvv hero on the mucous stir
faro lining tho bronchial tubes or lungs
will produce a cough. '
Mr. Armando J. 1'crcr. Gallano 75.
' write to telly on ot the man
sr ' r Ayjw-mmtrY .), .jy.-:.vy.ijme3';i.i .. . ct'-?. '.
AftMANDO J. PEREZ.
) our remedy, I'crurn.
lliae suffered four months from an obstinate cough and a great deal
of expectoration, due to congestion of the right lung,
"I tool; n great many different well-know n medicine, nnd hen I had
lost all hope of being cured, the eminent nnd Illustrious Dr. Rafael Luarcx
llruno recommended Peruna, fn doses of one tattlespoonlul before ei ery
"At the end of the first bottle, the expectoration had completely Js
appeared, and I took tour more bottle to cure m self completely.
"A little hllo aftern ard I was seized Ith very bad cctarrit and pegan
again to take the Pcrjna, with the result that the catarrh disappeared on
the third day," Armando J. Percx,
IJio following wholesale drug-j
gists will supply tho retail trad?
We beg to call attention to bnx
Large New Stock oi
Clips mi Saucers '
These good v;ere selected with" great care and com
prise the very best in the nrtf China Decoration,
. Sold singly or hp the dozen.
H. F. WICMMN & CO., Ltd.,
stun. Maunn Ken, fiom Hllo,
Die. 19 -W. T. Thurston, W,
Slnvv, I.. I. Moultou, Mis. Moulton,
J. 1'. Dcveudoir, Miss Ida lliougjici,
MIm lreno HioiiBhcr; W. It. Cnstlo
J I., Mrs. Castle, V, A, J.tikson, Mis.
Jackson, W A. Klsher, Mrs. rishei,
S, CAssldy, Geo V. Drake, C. 11. Colo,
Mis. Colo, C. II Slemsen, Miss C.
Custoldyko and tvvu ililldien, Master
C. Reld, Mls3 It Tnjloi. .Alias 13. San
doy, MIk-j kiiob AJevad, I. N AJo
l.ul, Mia Win Wtlr and two ehll
ill on, I) W. Cooke, Mia Cooke, S, M.
Diiuon, U. It Robertson, P. Mctcnff
nnd child, Mis? It. Rlchaidsoli, Mlei
II Roboitsou, Miss C H Robcrtfon,
H l'. Dlllliiglinni, F A. I'ottor, V A.
Roller Ji , Mrs, Rotter, Mrs II. Un
law oh, Mrs. .1. D. Mono, K. Saknmo-
to, N. Kubota, Miss H.AVnlleliua, Mlsa"lS t 7; JO.
If tho catarrh la removed, the cough
To attempt to cquclch the cough with
oplalciorto keep It litclc by taking
quieting medicines Is only to mako mat
Tho cough should bo nllowcd to con
tinue so lout; as thu Irrlla lion continues,
othorwl'o the dangernu nicrotlons
which aro ejected by tho cough vvlllao
tumutnto In tho lungs.
Stop tho catarrh, thou the cough will
dlsippcar of Its own accord.
Iltbani, Cuba, writes:
clous results that I have obtained from
HL'NSON, SMITH & CO ,
THE HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO. will change its
name of business by the first of the year, jflid it will
be known as
M. E. SUVA
V k 1120 TORT STREET. -
-A Iviilalwiia, Mis. II. Campbell, C. J.
I I Is, ltnn.iliin. I? r, ll,..t 1..I.,. ir.i ..
I fcv""'"1"'- - w "!, .IfMUl JM'KU
ewu i:sq , Miss II, Miller, Kenton
S .Jlind, Mis. Hind, Mis. J. 1'. Vishei,
A, ,11. Ro'ieitson, Mis Metenlf. Mis.
.1 51. Souza, anil child, C. Shlinoda,
Mlta 13 Jones, Jack Hull, Mrs. Hall,
D (3. Mil), Dr. 13. V. AVIIcox. J. A.
Mitliilic, J. 11, Yates, , C lltuswlll,
Mis, Hoihwlll, A, C Dowsctl, Mis.
C. Wilt ox, Mhs M. W'lleox, J. J. Rago,
Mis. 13. Vlshor, H 11. Allen, V, IJ.
Jlurrlies, C. II Kluegel, A. Annliu, It.
A. Unman, 1) J, Whltno), V, W.
I'cnser I). Divenpoit, Tan Shtung, H,
M," Wells, H M. Pit tie, Wi. Uunii,
Mm J ,.V. Whitney, Miss r. Wo, JI.
S. Uittio. '
Tho Knwalhau Oleo Club will play
nt tho Hawaiian News Co. I.ld .
Young building, thla oveulng boftln-