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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., WEDNESDAY, 11311. 3, 1005.
AILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO. LTD
(f ' At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii. '
ally every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wollaco R. Rnrrlnjjton,
rer Month, anyuliert In J S. 0 ,?
PerQuantr. atijwIicitltiL' 3.. .. a.uo
Per Vrar.ltivolieieltil 8 H.oo
Tcr Year, osttakt, futeiKti, ... 13.1K1
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In tYi Ti-lm
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I M. VI
lo llu spread tit our trnilo in ioaco
nun me defence or our ling in war n
great ami prosperous merchant marine
Is IndlniM'iisnblf President Uooscvclt. j
V HhniiUI have ships of our own Lit for tho upbuilding of the Amert
nhd oeniuen of our own to cunvuv inr'n,.n ,..,.i,. m,.i ,i n,,n
S'xwIb lo neutral markets, and In case,
of need to reinforce our battle line.
Even on the Pacific, where our ships
have held their own better than on
the Atlantic, our merchant flan Is now
threatened through the liberal aid be
stowed by other governments on their
cwn steam lines. President Roosevelt.
We cannot repeal the protective tar.
Iff; no political party dreams of re
pealing It; we do not wish to lower
the standard of American living or
American wages. We should give back
to the shipowner what we take away
t from him for the purpose of maintain
ing that standard. Secretary of State
is American patriotism lioktis pO
laiS? What lias heroine of Mr.
tind the ll.ill.in ImmlgrnntH?
Hawaii lias never larked for
enough uinilldaiis to fill all tho of
Ilte. Details or tho (.iso against Month,
Ut) nt pit'tfcnt developed, lead like a
If It Is Incendiaries they arc after,
thero aro lew uihterlous Ilres Hint
Illive. not et been run to earth.
Tour weeks more and Congress ml
jmiriiH. Whatever Is to be done for
or to Hawaii will go through with
' it rush.
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Limn siiBur nntpnt are presented t0 i
the public with tho suggestion Hint
MMhey maj be accepted with a grain
of tnlt. I
Huron Komiira and the Admlnls-
' trntlon nt Washington being agreed'
' on tho policy of peace nnd friend-
,'nlil.M tlie agitators have a field fori
jl'nitloii Hint will satlsfj their nntuial
y, -wuvu mr ueing agin me government.
Homo investment in n town that Is
glowing must appeal to tho man of
iliicana who Is thoroughly selfish. 1(
. Iin considers lilmselt u phlianthroplst,
tho people nre willing to credit him
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1 -.i''r win.
Willi ll T.ei-lalnlllro twn antbilUO lays
ilistnnt thero has been a wonderful!
lack nf dlsriisHlnn liv elvle nrirnrr,. '
K iiions nf what in nxnoctoii from thnl
Pf 'lawmakers. Does this mean that pro. I
'grams nro being trained in secret to 1
spring ut tho "proper tlmo"?
Oovcinor i'renr lias a way of list
ening und every mnn who departs be
fellovea Ii 1 m favorable to his cause.
That may or may not bo tho reason
jVvliy Sir. Poi ry's friends believe ho
has first call 011 tho United States
ri jno mono) iroiu uongress lor nying
'yWninchlncs, Somo people evidently
rf?"i a,lt I0 postpone tuo upbuilding oi
ntiio American merchant marino until
tho lljing machine Is perfected und
then tho Amorlcnn King will bo re
stored to Its proper place.
Take notice, that tho Mayor and
flho Hoard of Supervisors hnvo pro
F reeded to business und progress has
lnon iiiailc. This Is 11 very happy
f'l.tato nf affairs that shoiilil be
f,eiowiied witli a clear-cut Interpret!!-
Hon of Inw from the Supremo Court.
Honolulu would unquestionably bo
.'elated to learn that it Is to have n
i-telfpliono service tho equal of uuy
jtlinf tan bo found on tho Pacific
Con'ht. What's more, there should ba
Linonoy onough In Honolulu to finance
ijn proposition with such 11 worthy ob
'Jctt In viow.
Tlieio Is not the slightest doubt
thnt the proposal of n postal-card vote
li merely providing an opening for
rthe Merchants' Association to roveiso
j 1 sell on me coastwise snipping sus-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ptf Sli Montlil a) ,Ro
Per Yr, ni)litrluUS 1. 00
Pet Year, aiiywlitrc In Canada .. I.fto
Per Year Hlaitl, IoicIkii ,,.... 3. 00
Entcreil at Ihe roittolT.ce At Honolulu
m ttrconri chut nutter.
FEBRUARY 3, 1009
pension Should tlie peculiar fiction
of tlic Chamber of Commerce be du-
Heated, the business men of Hawaii
will have- successfully overthrown nil
thpv mn hnvo nrivlnntlv nrmmnlMi.
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iVmerlcnn capital to the Improvement
of Hawaii's tianspurtntlon. It means
putting these Islands more complete
ly nt the mercy of the alien than over
THE FEDERAL JDDGESHIP.
An stated by this paper last month
when the favoinble report of tho Sen.
ate rommlttee on the bill for n sec
ond United States Circuit Judge was
published, the man to 11 1 1 this offlcc
should be a thorough-going American
nu a first iiiallllcatlcm. And on IMo
practical side of It, the probabilities
nro that the appointment will bo
sueli as will suit if It Is, not made by
Honolulu undoubtedly has men
well qualllled for the position and it
tho appointment has been icfcrrcd to
the Governor for his recommendation
lio cannot do better than select II. E.
Cooper, whose qualifications for the
pest are exceptional.
Thero Is no moio Impinlant ofllec
within this Territory than that of
United States .lodge, and Ihe man to
occupy the piiiltlim should hnvo ex
perience In Ameriian law mid be. well
grounded lij environment mid educa
tion in what l known to Hawaii as
STOCK BROKERAGE-NEW YORK
One of the most sensational nr
tlrlca of tho present season appears
In tlie current Issue of Kveobodj's
iiiiiKuiiiie, in which rreuencK ft.
""ckson tells the people what sort of
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n n T. T. T. fl P. hit.I.S
A very attractive cottage near the
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car line, at a oargain lor mc next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 36,000
SQ. It., price S1600,
Suilding lot on East Manoa Road,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
K A I M U K I,
House and lot on Cocoa Avenue:
lot 19,000 so. ft., corner lot, and
modern house, price $3500,
Eight lots, cleared) and fenced, cor.
Eighth and Manna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor. Seventh and
Mauna Loa, 60,000 sq, ft., improved,
modern cottage, new, price $3150.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L I H I
Gulick Ave., modern cottage, lot
100x100. Price $2100.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT SIS.
on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen
4TZU OtaCT IBfiP-9b m
rV v HISSES,'.' 'vtv'" W
u-room, 2 bedroom house
with modern convenienc
es situate on (Iiq corner
of Pawnn and Young
Streets. Klectrlc lights,
gas, large ground, with
fruit tree, servnnts'
quarters. Price t3:'.,'0.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
ngalnst In the New York Stock ex
change when they purchase stocks on
If Dickson could command tho pic
turesque language of Tom I.awson ho
would have had 'the country by the
cars before this. His work may, how
ever, be more effective on account of
his thorough knowledge of the facts
and bis direct, liuslncss-llke method
of putting them. The whole nrtlrlo
Is worth republishing but pcrhnps
that which shows what tliancc' there
Is for the "lamb" who goes Into Wall
Street Is the most unpleasant nvvnk
enlng for the nvcrago man who takes
a filer In the Wall Stieet game. He
The lamb who thinks ho can
filch money out of Wall Street la
permitted lo succeed In his oper
ations only until he has enough
to mnko It worth tho while for 11
professional to get up and tnke it
from him. What possible chance
lias the gambler in such n gnmc
as tills? Would he play poker
with no chanic of seeing tho cards
dealt, or of knowing how ninny
cards his opponents drnw, nnil
with more than n suspicion that
tho enrds nro marked? Yet he
does worse thnn that when ho
deals In stocks on n margin
1 through the New York Stock, ex
change. Docs ho ever rcnltzo thnt
the winnings In the game played
there depend on his own losses,
nnd that tho broker who receives
his money on margin knows, not
thinks, nor suspects, but ICnows,
that in tho end he wilt inevltnb
ly Join the great majority before
hint, who have plaed and lost?
"If It were not against the
rules of the Now York Stock Kx
chnngc," exclaimed tho head of
a legitimate brokerngo house,
"I'd bucket every order I took "
"Do ou mean to say that jour
customers aro moro llkelv to bo
wrong than right In their guess
es?" was the surprised question
of Mr. Lamb.
"Sure," was the reply, with nn
Indulgent smile of superior wis
dom on tho frank, open face of
the broker. "A speculator on
margin Is not only likely to lose
he Is Sure to lose. Of course, ho
sometimes wins, gets on the right
side of the market, and in a day
or two wnlks off with twenty
thousand In his Jeans. Do you
think he stnjs away? Not
much! That vvns too easy; nnd
tho next time ho loses his twenty
thouR.mil of winnings nnd its
much more besides us ho'll stand
for or can rnlse. Why, this bus
iness wo'rc In Is puro gambling.
and vyo're not fine whit hotter
than Dick Canlleld."
'Itemember. please, that tho
speaker was not a bucket-shop
man, nor ct a crank refoimor,
but the head of 11 legitimate Now
York 8tock Hxchango house, with
thousands of customers; and ho
know tho gamo from beginning
Another body-blow Is given tho
stock-broking fraternity that lives
on mniglns when ho lompnrcg the
OUR STOCK OF
GLACE and SUEDE
BLACK and WHITE
is at present in first class shape to
fill all orders for the University and
other balls. ORDER NOW.
legitimate) wlthuho much-condemned
btickct-Bhop "broker i
"Let us examine n few of tho
points of difference between the buck,
et shop nnd tho legitimate brokerage
film," sajs Dlcksnn, "In tho first
place, the bucket-shop man docs do a
legitimate Investment business, Just
nt the stock-exchange house docs. Ho
lit!)s, sells, and delivers tho certltl
cnlcs, nnd docs It through a b(ocI:-cx-clningo
member, who nils these or
ders ns promptly nnd ns cmclently ni
hi would do for any other' customer.
"On n margin order tho bucket
shop mnn does not buy tho stock nt
all, nor does ho pretend to, while tlto
rtock-cxehango mnn nctually docs
buy the stock, 'id may nt onco soil
the same stock for his own account,
nr for n fictitious account. If this Is'
done, then In botli enscs the biokcr Is
In the market ngalnst his iiistomer,
and all thnt the customer lobes tho
"Tho bucket-shop man charges tin
Interest, for ho makes no pretenso of
the existence of a debit balance,
while the stock-exchange man often
diarges more Interest than ho has
paid, or chnrges Interest on n halnnco
which has but n fictitious existence.
"Tho bucket-shop mnn uniformly
gives his customer the market price,
while on odd lots the stock-exchange
man nlmost Invnrlahly charges his
customer nn eighth nr n quarter moro
i.n n purchase and gets n fraction lci-s
on n sale.
"The bucket-shop mnn will tnke
orders on n margin of one or two
points. The stock-exchange man de
mands five or ten,
"The bucket-shop man takes mar
gin orders on five slimes or even leas,
while the stock-exchange mail refuses
to carry less than fifty or ono hun
ched shnrcs on margin.
"Tho customer of n buckot shop Is
sold out automatically when his mm
gin is exhausted, while tho stock
exchange mini strives to Induce the
customer to Increase his margin, nnd
thereby his probable loss and the
broker's possible gain.
"The bucket-shop man simply
makes n wager with his customer that
his client's expectation of tho market
Is wrung, nnd ho pretends to noth
ing else, while the stock-oxtlinngo
man Invariably pretends to n vlrtuo
to which ho often has no valid claim.
"Tho bucket-shop man makes mon
ey, much money, out ot the vanity
nnd folly ot his follows, nnd herein
In the vital point of diffcroiiro be
tween tho two; for tho stoik-ex-
clinnge mnn deems it quito Irregular
for nny one to do this savo n inem
ler nf nn ncej edited exchange I'or
every dollar lent through a bitiket
shop n thousand dollars lost thiougli
legltlmnto stock-exchange Iiiuim .
Hven this does not sntlHfy, for I ho
legitimate one wants that other dul
ler." Copies of tho Japanese High-Wage'
literature bent to President ltooe
vilt, Mr Tnft, Mr. Straus, and otli
eis, will do nothing but convlnio
those gentlemen that It is high tlmo
for Hawaii to have somo other voiiico
of whikeis thnn tho Japanese as icp
resented by tho agitators.
The Huftrngeta-lmvc dlscoveied a
new grievance. One of them In u
speech delivered nt the homo 01 gun
Ircd by the London Society for Wom
en's Suffrage complained that the
vv omen's papers were not a veiy great
crcdltTto them, If they looked Into it
they would find that the' papers woio
all arranged by men nnd thnt the wo
men contributors were kept under the
rod by men.
Three leccnt ilcnths from pellngrn,
which Is caused by eating musty
corn, have nlnrmed tho Health De
partment of Atlanta Corn furnish
es n largo pint of the diet of the col-
bred InhabltnntB of thnt section.
The C-) car-old son of Walter An
derson of I.lzelln, (in , shot his baby
brothcr'H arm ot! with his fathei's
If you want an "up-to-date"
visiting card, order them from
our Copper Plate Department.
Our engravers are artists; Our
Work Second To None.
Let us show you samples of
the latest card and style of en
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BUSINESS WOMAN OF MELBOURNE
Had a Dry Hacking Cough, Doctors Failed to Cure. Took Pe-rw-na
and Got Well. '
lV-immtLiMl.t WWm TflCNSKY. j.
Mrs. Ii. ir. Trcnsky, proprietor of
Accnev. 1T5 William street. Melbourne,
"For over three vcnrn I suffered with a dry, hacking cough, nnd scorned to
always have n cold.
"Although I consulted doctors anil also Joined two lodges, I could get
no relief. ,
' "At night tlmo It was impossible to pet nny sleep. I ven conntnntly call
ing at chemists' ghofis and getting droughts which only pnvo mo relief for n
"Hut I can honoMlv say, since using Pcruna I have been restored to
perfect health, unit will always recommend it to those I 101110 In contact
Innpoterlpt,Mr.Trenky adds: "lama well-known business woman
with nt least a thoUKand clients on my liookn. and II10 majority know bow
1 suffered. In fact, It was one ot my clients who recommended I'eruna
A dry hacking cough Is Xaturo's dan
It Indicates that Ihero Ii somo deep
seated point of lrrlt.it ion within tho
larj uxor bronchial tubes.
It Is frequently tho flrit manifestation
of tuberculosa. It Is sometimes an In
dication of organic ills easo of tho heart.
IniddloUK bronchitis Is soon brought
on by a. dry, hacking cough.
Such asymptom should nut bo Ignored.
Ordinary cough mcdhlncs do not re'
llc c such a cough.
It requires somo meillclno that goos
to tho root of the matter.
Tho following wholesale drug
gists will supply tho ictnll traur
Any picture may b c framed artistically in one of our
large. selected stock of frames.
Frames OVAL. ROUND, and SQUARE in WALNUT,
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Honolulu Photo Supply Co., .
, " Everything Photographio"
MR. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
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cost Qf the work you want done. AH
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
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Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 176 10i)
Weekly Bulletin S3 Per Year
thoUrc.it Unknown Private Detective
Victoria (Australia), writes I
A eolith of this kind generally In
dlcatci fonie catarrhal deringcmeiit of
tho mucous meinbraiii lining Iho larynx
or bronchial tubci.
Till catarrhal dernngement is a foro
runner of some graver ailment.
A medleliio that will check or mitt
gato tiiocatnrrh will stop the cough.
Medicines thnt simply dull t'.io sensi
tiveness of the nervous sv stem and quiet
tho cough by their f-edatlve effect, such
medicines do no lntlng gooj,
Pcruna relics cs ths catarrh. Tho ca
tarrh being rotnnvtil, the cough ceases.
This Is the way uv ury vuuli- should
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and Monument Works
p Where cas is
burned the insur
ance rates arc
than where wood
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is another point in
the line of econ
omy and a'cllnch-
cr of the argu
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r 0 r
arc scientifically designed to
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steadiest light; they arc cor
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Wc have them in all sizes.
for covering all brass parts of
a machine. It protects the
brass without dulling the
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177 South King St. Phone 775.
Our 1900 Model G
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Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coih is here.
A specialty is made of Rcnairiiu:
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THEY ARE KEEN v
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
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