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nvn.NMNO HUM-KTIN, HON'OI.UMT, T. If,, KHIDAY.TtAN. 22,l000.
SAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULI.ETIN PUBLISHING CO. LTD.
At 120 King Street. Honolulu. Territory cf Hawaii.
0tJj every day except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each wek.
HEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
VA'ulluco R. r'tirrlnjjton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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Pit VtJt, postpaid, loiniin. I 2.t Ivr c i iotIiuuI, loielgn a.txi
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii,
-A I Editoriul Rooms,
CALLING FOR SURRENDER.
Sicnlarti klntiil fur I lie iin'ctlnK
lliis uftrrnotm i .HI. .I l tin- Civic
Kotlcrntloii linve mitllurtl remark tp
Otctl almost ulmlh in lilttn- crltl
rlsm or Aincrlcun lawn. They plan
to vol cu eiitliiientH lli.it will Imprriu
tlioso who may lieiir or rt'itil tlicm
with tlio ki cut luirileim thu Aiurrlmii
(tivcriiinetil has pluci-il un tlio slioul
ilt'rs of tlio iciitc of Ilitunll.
Unites tills wiirnliig ntusRS them
to cliniiRd lliulr iilaii, llioy will not
Botinil ono imtrlotlc notu. Tlit-y wilt
not even ncknowlodKO whnt great
liciii'tltK llnwnll lias tlorlvvtl from Its
status ns n Turrltorj lilontlcnl In nil
particulars wllb those of tlio nuilti
laml. Cfltlrlim Iiiik lirt'ii I tin Ktv m ti'
Jmt what thn fnrclcni'i IIKch tn lnsir,
Iikc it lnt-nim nin Aiiioriinu nioiitiy
to swell his t'odi'iH.
How inuih Ut'iici tvoulil It ho for
tlio cHUdm when 'uxicmliletl lit the
Mill of niiymio tliuiiKli ho he tut ln
turtcbruto Amcrlran If they were to
exprws sincere sentiments of loyalty.
What n superior oMimpIo the citi
zens wtitilil present to the ohl and
youriR IC they stood staunchly ny
American Interests first, last, anil a I
What a Rrnntl thiiiK It Is for Amer
icans tn nsscmhle In imhllu meeting
and declare that by the American
Hor and under the American lias, hy
local support and with locally invest
ed capital In American enterprises,
they will conquer.
And how disgraceful, therefore, to
ralso their olces In crlticlxm of their
country, ami demand a policy of sur
render to tlio foreigner.
Watch for the legislative Mission.
Note whetner the men now mi actUe
III treating competition for Aineilcan
ships will he found behind the hill
providing that the Territoiy of Ha
waii shall spend lis fund Kiihsldl.lug
ii prhate line.
THE AMERICAN WORKWOMEN
DRIVEN TO THE WALL.
Tlio American skilled methanlc can
find no Milato In the promise of tlio
suspcnslonlHts that he will he "all
right" under tlio suspension of the
The American skilled mechanic
was told this samo story when the
Oriental went to work on the plaula-
tlons. He has lived to see the Amer
ican supplanted In the workshop nut
only of the plantation hut through
out the Islands and especially In the
city of Honolulu.
Steadily has the American wor.i
Ingmaii heen forced Into the Inick
Kiouuil and out of the Islands hy tlio
miaous competition of the foreigner
who uiiinol hetoino a citizen. Ono
result Is that today the huildlng
trade of this city Is practically In Hie
hands of the noucltUeii Asiatic, and
the money that he emus In liiilldlug
tlio homes of the citizens Is spent
'with tho foielgu merchant.
Vlmt wonder that tlio ' pitifully
small number of American citizens
who find employment in tho ships of
our dwindling merchant niarlno
bhniih! view with alarm the outcry
; nuil stampede for legislation that will
further reduro their numlier and
wreck their opportunity for contin
Honnlor Perkins Is too well acpialu
leil with the affairs of Ilawail, tho
coastwiso shipping law suspension
hill, and tho dangers that lurk la
tariff legislation for any dot option
to ho worked on him hy tho suspen
1 nlnnlsts or anyone else. Ills wurnliig
1 should ho heetlctl.
; THAT TEMPORARY SUSPENSION, i
Wo aro I old that "temporal y sus-j
pciiblon of (lie coastwlsu" shipping
.Ijiws will promote paHxougcr tuitlli.i
'Vhlch, when fully dtneloped, the
'American uipltiillbts will hulld ships
to wrest from tho grip of tho foreign
er. Una that heen tho result In tho
Tho coastwiso laws wero teinpor.tr-
', II' suspended when thu Philippines
wore hiought under the King. Ameri
can trade In passougers and freight
' with those islands has Increased.
Enured t IW PontoHicr at Iknolulu
a M-roml cUm mutrr.
JANUARY 22, 1009
When tlio first pcilod of "temporal y
suspension" clapjed. there wero no
American ships to t.il.c up this In
ci cased trnlllc.
What capitalists would Invest mil
lions of dollars In steamship under
tlio American Hag. knowing thai they
had alitoluteb no assurance of the
application of the coastwise laws?
1 The gamhle Is loo great. Mould
men will not tal.o such chances.
The suspension of the coastyvlse
Ihws an applied to the Philippines
alter having heen extended fioin time
lo lime has now lie-nine permanent.
The Amerlinn merchtnt mnrlnii Is
ulped nhrolutel from the fnce of the
witters so far as the Philippine Isl-
.iiiida are conccrneil.
' .lust mi surely will the suspension
of the coastw'lso htws as applied to
passeiigerH hetweon Hawaii and the
iiialnlatid strike tlio Hag on American
pnssengor ships and leave our Ting
only to the freighters.
Ami continuing on Identically the
name lines, the freighter must soon
lnss away. 1'orclgn freighters will
he touching at our porta when fresh
fiult tuny lie rotting on the docks.
Then the outi ry will lie for further
relief, which is surrender.
I Men with capital cannot he lit-
I traded to hnild ships costing mill
lions when they li.tvo such n narrow
margin or protection against the
ruinous competition of tlio foreign
Hues mid to little assurance of the
patriotic support of their own cotin-"
, trymen In Hawaii.
CRITICS START ENTERING WEDGE
FOR ALL FOREIGN SHIPS.
The decision of the iiupporteis of
the coastwise shipping law In make
no hlntcment hcfoie the meeting cull
ed this afternoon hy the suspension
lets means that the enemies of home
liiM'sUiienl mid home Industry ami
the men aiding, tluough ignnranco or.
cupidity, the forelgu-shlp Interests of
this ocean, will havo free sway.
One after Jiniilhrr. t IIIkcur of HoilO-
A very attractive cottage near the
car line, at a bargain for the next
Building lot, Mnnoa Road ; 30,000
so. it., price siiiuu.
Building lot on East Manoa Road,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
tin cc siuuu.
K AIM UKI
House nnd lot on Cocoa Avenue:
lot 10,000 so. ft., corner lot, and
modem House, price $11500.
Eight lots, cleared nnd fenced, cor.
Eighth and Mauna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor. Seventh nnd
Mauna Loa, 00,000 sq. ft., improved,
moacrn cottage, new, price ?iU0U.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L I II I
Qulick Ave., modern cottage, lot
tuuxiuu. rnce y,4iuu.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS,
ou arriving nnd departing
steamers nppicciatc your sen
Ut3EI f "'. , I1IMJ LUU IjrM I I '
4 ff yiXgWETfi
Buy A Home
2 hctlioom, Ii room house; elec
tric lights; model n porcelain
plumbing; heautlftil marine and
mountain views; artesian wnter.
Pi Ice J lino. 00. Property Is
new and In good repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
lulu may rise In their places nut 'lei!
what Americanism has not done for
Hawaii niul how much better off wo-
shall he hy drifting into the hands of
Sin lender to the foreign-shipping
inteicsts is what tho action outlined
In tho prepared resolutions means.
Ouco the passenger lestrlctluns in
favor of American ships are suspend
ed, they will never lie returned. The
tendency will ho steadily townid u
further elimination of the lcslrlc
lions and finally the opening up of
tho fi eight-carry lug (ratio to foreign
ships. That means the passing of
tho American niercTT.uit marine from
Not only may Hits proposed entut
Ing wedge lift all restrictions be
tween our Island ports and the main
land: There is every reason why It
will continue under tho samo lino
of argument tn tho Inter-Island traf
fic. There aro othcrwlso Intelligent
residents of tlfgso Islands who now
set forth tho claim thut trunsporta-
mm lariiuics uciwccn tlio isiauus,
mid especially tho passenger and
freight charges, would ho inoro equi
table It foreign competition wero al
lowed. This is shocking lo ceitaln sup-
jiaitcis of tlio coastwiso suspension'
Jsts, hut tho very samo arguments
they aro now using can ho applied
to tho local trnlllc.
There Is not the idlghlcst doubt
that foielgu Hhip-owncis and foreign
ship-operators could, If allowed lo do
so, run freight and passenger steam
ships hetweon tlio ports of theso Inl
ands at halt thn expense of our
American protected ships and give
tho travellers and tho shippers rela
tively lower rates.
Coastwiso suspension unco started
will go tho limit.
IJLIJ ' l..l.iLJ
Although, ono steamship has been
elided to the American licet anil a
million-dollar Auiciican passenger
ship ordered, the Knockers, wUh
blind folly, still maintain that there
has heen no change for tlio better.
(Continued from Faze 1)
Ing December III, IWUS, and checked
B.tmo carefully with tho iccords on lllo
In tills Court.
M. T. HI.MONTON.
Clerk to Third Juilgo.
Kstnlo Timothy II. Murray, Charleii
V'.iMiurily administrator; valuo of es
l'.stato (ieoigo II. Hoiightaillng, II,
W. Hoiigtalllng administrator; valuo,
IMnle Maraca Kopcna, Maria Kc-
kii.i, executrix; value. SDSaO.
Kslale.l. K. Kaimniiiano, J. I.lghtfool
uiinilnmrator; value JSir.n.
Kstale .John 8. Hinllhles. (Jeo. II,
Smithies ailmliilHtratoi'; valuo $1200.
Guardianship Vapaenaena and Ku
maka, minors; Pllllaau guarill.in; val
listato John I.eal, lamella Leal, with
ow. ailmlnlstrntilx; valuo JliOOO.
Kstale John Wohi, Kelllhookuiil (w)
admliilHlratrlx: value. S10.
Oiiardlaiulilp Pllllaau and P.ip.io
nsoiia, minors, Pllll.iali, falhor, guaid
lun; value f.'il.
Ciuirdhinslilp l.lw.ii K ilaaual.i Hala
iilanl et al, minors, Ceuigu Lucas guar-
tllan ot projierly; no Inventory liletl.
fliiaitJIaiislilp Keal.t (w) and Kalu
Your chance to buy
of their worth
Monday, Jan. 25th
(10, Mary K. Kahalopiinn gu.irdl.in:
MllllO $1111). .
Hstato Ptilpo Knmiio. (:. V. Petoison
ndmlnlstralor; value (."uu.
Ilslnte Annette Wiindeiihcrg, Anna
Hophla Wright executrix; value $lfinn.
Iistalu KHiiiukie (w). Aulhnny (111-
man exoculor; no lneiitory on llle.
Hslnlo I.I Keo Ylu (w), Cliln Jim Hu
k'xecntor; viiluo $lino.
Kslale 'Mnteka llak.iii Nahalnu (w),
('. V Peterson adiuliilslraior; alue
KMntc Manokelll K.uihane. S. r.
Chlllliignorth aitmliilstraiur, Milue
Ounrtlhilislilp Itcgo Illinois, .1. .1. Hoih
rlgiies guardian; Milue t'M.
Kslato Kllehlio I'liktiroda, M. Oku
ra administrator; value SSlmi.
Hstnto I.ahan.1 llalsev.' ll'iker Hal-
sey, adniliifutralor; vnltie $10no.
I. stale KalioohflTolianti. (leorgo M.
Uala ndliilulrtralor; value fU.'il.
I'Xllto Alllllo lleesllli;. l.lli.l Suilra
cxeuutilx; value $luou
Kslate Chlng rung W.ii. filing Ah
I. Ing administrator; aliie t.'S7.
Hslatu I.eoiico l.ofalvre. Hose Novell
executrix; vallio ?.12.".
Kstnto l.ati uick, Tau nee (w) ad
mlnlstrntrlx; value Jluno.
Uiiardlatislilp Dnig'it mlnoni. Kllon
Dnlght glial illnii, no account i II led
slnco .Tilly 1, 1U0".
l.statt) .limliiH Ka.ie, ,lemle K Ivaae
cxeeutrU; value $Jiiiin
hstato SInrgarel V-1 niter, ,1c .sle K
Y. Jl. C. A 27, nrt Shafler 10.
Tho )oiing men tinned the tables
last night, and administered a very
successful heating to tho Infantry's
basketball ltcioes In tho Y, M. V. A.
The play was fast and tho Associa
tion jumped lulo tho lead" eaily In
tho game. At the end of tho Unit
half (ho scoic was 21) to 10 In fav.ir
of tho Y. Jl. ('. A.
Tlio teams were an follows:
1'ort Shatter - - Marks, c; McCall.
rh; Mcrwar, lb; Diirniit, rf; Aber,
Ig. l.oiiti subsllluled for .MtCall In
tho second half.
Y. M. O. A. --!'. Ilecheri, c; ('
i.ewls, lb; J(.Iapllht, lb; Hen Chuk,
ri; j. Hoparjf ir.
Tho officials weie: Timekeepers, .1
I). Cockhuiu, McDuiin: bcorers, Da
vis, Meliiccliij; icretee, Lieut. Chil
ton; umpire, Dr. Hand.
roitllUS Jniiuary 21. IIW'J. In 'jlono
lulu, Mrs. M. .1. l'oibes, aged "ii
l-'unerul lodtvt at It M win fryui res
Idence, vtyin.il Punahottjiuil Young
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Dromo Qtiitiims
Tnblcts. All druggists rvfuiul
thu money if it fails to cure.
U. 'W. Grove's signature is on
each box ,
TAV.13 XZDKlXV CO Cl. Lduii, U, S. A.
We Bep; to Call Attention to
Our Largo Ntw Stock .
Cups & Saucers
These goods jvcro selected
- with great care and comprise
the very best in tho art of
Sold singly or by the dozen.
It F. Wichman & Co,,
3. M. LEVY & CO., LTD. I
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
PHONE 75. j
THE FAMILY GROCERS. J
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KQA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
H NvJUANU ST,
There arc 110 new Fall Styles ready for you in the
Regal Shoe Store Earh one expresses tho latest custom
footwear fashions. "-
There an sturdy, "mannish" models in dull Calf, and
the daintiest, lightest boots in fine Kid and imported Fat-,
cnt Leathers, and mun7 attractive styles in rich shades o'f
REGAL Shoes for Men nrc known
everywhere as the top notch of re
finement and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes appeal to men
as much na to women, nnd aro just as
popular as the Woman's Rcrjr.ls.
You can't dc as well aivwhcrc else
at near thcsamc price; that's one
nood rcasonfor the popularity of the
REOAL SHOE High Quality in a
REGAL SMO'E STORE
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM COo UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Wand" and Long
Rum. Efficient Driven. Best Cars, such ns
STODDARD - DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage, .
GEO S. WELLS ilanagcr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any make of antos. Wc employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bios.
Special attention given to the earn of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
I'-l.'-'-'"'- "" " --"" ! i
R. GEO. ORDWAY
phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you wan! done. All
work done by JVIr. Ordway is of the very
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
f 'II1"!? J '- Jl!-" I'V
Tor Th?s Cold Weather
fine Woolen Blankets
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Men's and Boys'
- IN ALL COLORS.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
'I'ilf Iron Fence
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLOC, 10 J00 KING OTnCET. PHONE 237.
- R-fl H M "X.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
v5 A -I i
9 m i
" ' -ii. i rn.rn.rn.- fc 11
has full charge of
KING nnd BETHEL STS.
WE MEET YQU
HALF WAY IN
ONE OF OUR
We nrc satisfied
to let you pay for .
It a it suits your
ku" IIiWi' I Iii
ISo of ing
CONGO ROOFING is mado
for all weathers.
An unusually severe storm
won't hurt it;
An extraordinarily hot spell
won't hint it;
An extra long , cold spell
worr't htlrt it.
It will stand ANY KIND of
exposure; it is the NEVER
LEAK ROOFING the kind
that stays tight after it gets
old as well as when it is now.
Sold by '
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King St. Phone 775.
I Our 109 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
We nrc ngent3 for ia famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries nnd coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
THEY ARE KEEN
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B0'3T0N BLDG,, FORT ST.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
HOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
For Distilled Vatcr and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
icsidence, RING UP 057,
Arctic. Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St. M. P.. DE SA.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SfiHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST, NEAR ALAKEA.
,4&ibvL4i&Miih&: "f j-1 wlitlmilfr. v .
-.rk -vjUuv. ..-.j
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