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EvnNiNa bulletin, Honolulu, t. h., rimuv, iT.n, r., iooo.
E V ENIK'G B ULL'ETIW
BAILY i.I WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Knitf Street, Uooolulu. Territorj of Hawaii.
bill; ever; day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of neb, week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
WHco ti. Pnrrlnjiton. - LJUItor
aUBSOttlPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVTlNCt
lf Month, anvlitre in US. . & .7fl
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Per Vwr. itltutd, foreign,. 1 2. on
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CIRCULATION LABOEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Tcrntcry of Hawaii,
-i ( Editorial Rooms, - 15
'JBusiness Office, - 256
fc'ittTcil HI ttie foilofTicr M Houuluiu
M-tuml cU nititrr.
FRIDAY ,. . . . FEBRUARY 5, 1009
AKulll .tile Kliost of iiIiiiiIiiip hh
pciuslon of the riuxlttlM- Ian a1 ap
lilicil tu ll.iwnll HtnlkM In pulillr mrcU
Iiir. Simpoiislon fur papngor Is
now wantcil. Tlio open declaration
IioohIIiik forN tlioiii. whether on Boa
oi Innd. lir-n that hnlilt prevails
Honolulu will (oiuu to 118 own hy
leaps and bounds.
Instead of fostering the coastwise
In the Pineapple Country
new, well-kept, fi-ronni Imn
Kalow with front and rear
Innnls 2 bedrooms, model n
pltiinlilnK with hath, lavatory,,
etc. closets In hodiooms--near
Hallway Station, School,
The trade wind and high al
titude Itmircfl your hav
Ihe ii cool, crisp climate. Will
he rented furnished or
Price unfurnished, $20.00.
Price furnished, S
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
in made, that thin Is the entering taw suspeimlon, the citizens of Hono
wedge and. once It Is pl.t'-ed, the cam- lulu pliould he getting the capitalist))
palgu for freedom of fielght shipment In the frame of mind lo declare that
may begin. Thus suspension means f une'Hteamshlp under the American
the eveiilual plete surrender -of Tlag does not meet the demands of
the carrying Hade of the l'nclllc to ' the Islands, they will build more and
the foreigner. , better passenger ships forthwith.
j Thnt'M tho way to malto a town
THE MAUI LAND EXCHANGE.
:;!: TRENOR SLCORES
. The Maul land evchango of wlilr
tho Governor has approved is of espe
clal Interest on account of tho ncruiu
panylng proposition oa the pait of
private land-holders to throw many
acres of their land open to settlement Scl.rftarv Tklott-SiiUHi has recehed
on the same R.-iinnl terms as tho u,ltpr frl)m immigration Agent Trc
lands ofTeied by the Territory. nor In New York stating lie has cnllst-
lloro wc lone what appears to bo ed tho aid of tho Immigration repio
one of the first stfps toward breaking sentatlve of the Italian government In
up some of tho large private holdings, , tho United Slates, ProfeBsor Attollco,
., i ,.o.,r- , . ,i. .,,.. n n,-,-t.,u,,,. ns well as that of Mr h.ilir I. the pros
and transfer to the smal agr c-ultur- uf c011HOlll,Btw, lsocl.
1st. U Is all tho more attractive be- ,lt,s H Nuw yorki ., ,10 u(l of
couec it Is oluntary. I tlmto two gentlemen. It Is expected,
Tho Bulletin believes this land will contribute much towards tho sue
exchange to bo one that Is favorable rest of tho plau to bring Italians to
to tho people from every standpoint. I Hawaii.
It will enable tho Territory to carry u iJltl l'robablo that a subcom-nut-
much thn sanin l.lm that lias m'tl;u "f ,!lt' Congressional conunlttco
out niutli tho samo plan that l!on mn,Krnt,m wm ,.lno tn tho Is
bten so successful ut the Kalaheo ,..,, , . sOI1ir nuiliiL..
homesteads. In this Instance tho ' i,am chairman of the committee, nnd
area which tho public will securo Is, Assistant Secretary of Commerco nnd
more attrnctho than wero tho hills Labor William II. Wheeler, believing
of -Kalaheo. nnd If. as Mr. Ilaldwln that this woald bo advantageous. Tho
hopes, tho lands may ho populated by "miniMce has asked for u copy of Mr.
Tienor'M report on tho Island labor
'American farmers from Hawaii or the
mainland, o much the better. The;
principle Is tho same homesteads in ( ,ll(lK0 Hoblnson has signed nil order
connection with an established Indus-1 confirming the salo on foreclosure of
try that assures the homc3tcadcis u mortgage In Ihe case of Honolulu Lib
living anil It Is tho solution of tho rary and Heading Itoom Association
problem or land ownership and Indc- Kr!'k l:- K"'K "nil Loulso McOrcw
pendent American ,K,pu,at,on for Ha- J,J Jj"-"-
wall. 1 11200.
Homesteaders taking up lands eltli-. . .
er In the Kalaheo district or at Hal-' Tho total number of deaths fnrtlio
kit hao not only their land but tho month of January wero 76, a decrease
added adantngo of actual and moral of 1C compared with the corresponding
assistance of adjoining corpoiatlons '"f'.'lV"?,'3?,8,
with nni pi o means. They have a prov- ' -- - .
cd marketable product and transpor- . ..
tatton tho two absolute essentials
NAVAL ACTIVITY BUNCOMB.
The alleged Incrcaso of naval ac
tivity on tho I'aclflc CoaRt Is bun
comb. This Is apparent to one who
has any Knowledge of the facts and i
tho plans that have been developing!
in theso Islands and the Philippines. I
Tho I'earl Harbor guns have been;
pn tho way for months. If there wero
A vcrv attractive cottaco near the
n grent hurry to land them hero they iinti nt a bargain for the next
wouiu nui iju suippeii in ii biiiiuiK il-d- days
sol. Tho shipment of supplies by tho, HnildinP' Inf. Mfiiinn.ttnnd! M Ofin
sq. ft., price S1C00,
Building lot on East Manoa Road,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
tinnsport leaving San Francisco to
day nro'less than usual.
The whole scare story is partially
the result of Intention nnd aim "f, price $1000,
the racl tnat the pcopio in Man i-ran- K A I M U K I
Cisco have not taken the troublo to, Houso nnd ot on Cocoa Avenue;
notice tho amount of supplies icRU-.lot 10j000 ga ti comer lot nnd
Urly shipped out of tho port, or tho'mojern l0U5e riee $3500.
defense plans that have been steadily 1 EjBht loU dJared and fcnced cori
moving forward for many months. Eighth nnd Manna Loa Avenues,
It ls,unfortunato that thU lun-' rjee $2500
comb should bo foisted on tho public ' jroUM nnd jot( cor gjjj ftnd
at a tln.o when It might cause appro-, Mauna j G0000 sq ft improved
hens Ion among tho Ignorant mid tho ,nodern eottaKe. new, price $3150,
t"'"'1- YOUNQ STREET
Callfomlans and tho Pacific Coast Modern cottage ,mall jot prJce
but not tho Government of tho United
K A L I H I
Qulick Ave., modern cottage, lot
iuu x iuu. rncc iuu,
Following Is a list or ehapcroncs and
tag-girls who aro to serve on tag day
Chaperonos Mm, Lewlon-Ilraln,
Mrs. ltoyal I). Mead. Mrs. W L. Whit
ney, .Mrs. K. Watson, Mrs. Fred Mac
farlane, Mrs. Mary (limn, Mrs. tanz,
Mrs. Ceo. Ilodlck, Mrs, Call D11 llol,
Mrs. J. II, Oalt, Mrs. Herman Schulttc,
Mrs. Fresh Hush, Mrs. l M. V. ForB
ter. Mrs. Clifford Kimball. Mrs. Arthur
llerg. Mrs.B. I). Tcnncy, Mrs. Laura
Wight, Mrs, Clun, Athcrton, Mrs. J. 1'.
Cooke, Miss OrnCo Cooke, Mrs. F. J.
Patterson. Mrs. W. A. I.ove, Mrs. A.
N'. Campbell. Mrs. It, Heldford. Mrs.
F. K. nichnrdson, Mrs. P. F. Frcar,
Mrs. Alonzo Oartlcy. Mrs. Lansing,
Mrs. I.ouls Ahrams. .Mrs. Captain
Smile. Mrs. II. II. Williams. Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, Mrs. Mannio Phillips, Miss
Hello Weight, Mrs, .1. W. Jones. Miss
Lawrence, Miss Sarah Smith, Mrs. F.
C. Athcrton. Mrs. Clarenco Cooko,
Mrs L. K. Myers, Mrs. W. L. Moore,
Mrs. P. M, Cooko Jr.. Mrs. II. M. m
Holt, Mrs. John Lucas, Mrs. (. W. It.
King, Mrs. A. Hanoberg. Mn. K. J.
Lord, .Mrs. C. J. Campbell. Mis. Fneke,
Mrs. A. L Murphy, Mis. (Icrrit Wil
der, Mrs. C. J. HutchlnM, Mrs. A. (i.
Hnwes, Jr., Mrs. It. Foster, Mrs. .1. A.
Oilman, Mrs. Walter Hoffmann, Mrs.
Frank Ulako, Mrs. M. Urlnbnum, Mrs.
Victor Collins, Mrs. H. A. Ilnbertson,
Mrs. Walter Leeds, Mrs. F. W. Church.
Mrs. Fred Damon, Mrs, Herman Hon
diicks, Mrs. Ttlggs, Mrs, Sayrcs, Mrs.
Olgnnux, Miss Esther (loo, Mrs. John
son, Mrs. Maud Taylor, Mrs. Mary
Pettis, Misses Clarke. Arthur, Austin
and Foster, Mrs. J. M. Dowsott, Mrs,
Lbcn Low, Mrs. C. S. Wight. Mrs. O.
C. Swain. Mrs. Marston Campbell,
Misses Sheldon and Hnwatt. Mrs. F
K. Heene, Mrs. W. I.. Lmory, Mrs. C.
A. Dowsott, Mrs. S. C3. Jonei, Mrs, A.
Fuller, Mrs. 1,. A. Thurston. Mrs. W.
W Hall, Mrs. J. M. Cox. Miss Whit
font, Miss Clalche, Mhs Pope, Mrs. U.
F. Chllllngttorth. ,
fllrls Misses Stanley, llullen, J.
Sutton, Misses Sutton. Dorothy Wood,
Mario Hallentyne. Allco Macfarlanc,
St. floar Ixiwe, Minute llojer, Helen
nirvln, Cordlo Walker, Helen Alexand
er, Mary Franca, Orelchen Falke, Ix'iia
ltltlcy, Paulino nnd Klsa Schaefor, Pop
plcton, Mrs. Cora llugcnbach, Mrs.
Cheatham, Misses Dlnklage, lUlml
Spalding, McVeigh, Winters. Sarah
Lucas, Mary nnd Itancluo Cation, Wll
hclmlna Teuncy, Kusscl, (Iras, Muriel
llowatt. lllanilio Snpcr. Uesslo Law
rence, HI) nnd Losllu Wight, Phoeho
end Kllznbcth Carter, Helen Wilder,
I.nurn Athorlon. Itiilli and Martha Mc-
Chesnoy, Margaret Peterson, Ilesslo,
Cntharluo and Allco Hopper, Ilcrlha
and Ksther Knpko, Mary on Holt,
Margaret and Marlon Watcrhouso, Jul
iet Atwalcr, Allco Hooga, Hamoun
Marks, Itulh Anderson, Daphno D.un
on, llernleo Hiilstead, Muriel Camp
bell, Dorothy Freolh, Myr.i Angus,
Madgo McCnndless, Lama I.abrco,
Florcnco Desky, Mrs. Dougherty. Mrs.
High. Mrs. Deacon. Misses Surah nnd
Kllzabeth Pratt. Kninm Whlllnk. Mar
lon Urinvn. Agnen (ilhsou, It. Oreeil,
l l.tican. A. I.yfett. H, Iloilnctt. A.
Orecn, T, Harilson, Fnunlo Miles.
filali-il Smyth. ICdlth floo, Allco Al,
Until Illehards, Dora Atwater, Fannlo
Hoogs. Jesslo Kennedy. Helen North,
MriA.U,. Castlo lt.-atrleo Castle.
Illalf, Lvtns, Margint IMstle. Il.inlet
Lucas, acncilcM- I 'iigton. Mnrgarete
Ashford. Lndblnl Turner, Little
Frold, Phycho Ilcrry. Dorothy nnd
Louln K31ngor, Knln. Allco llasllnga,
Hnln Winter; Haugh. llerlli.i HnrrN
Dorothy Pctcrron, Sleanoro lllssel,
Alamcadn Townsend. Maud do Ilrctte
vllle, Alcen' McCarthy. Oertrudo Mo
Corrlston, Vtlen Ititrklnml. Kdna Cur
tis, ncnrglna McKlllop, Uthel Monsar
tat, llnnnali and Ka McCorrlston
Mary Lucas, Maine Whiting, Joscphlno
nnd Kunlcq Pratt, Magoon. Chapln,
Tokl Mclnerny. Olmsted. Margery Mc-
tluire, Knima uoo, Helen lllrvin, inci
llo McKeah, Mollle (Irace Frances
Murphy. Ilosa .Herbert Hazel Dock
land, Thclnm Murph. Carrol Lowe.
Ilelma nnd niiunlilliln White, Myrtle
Schumnn, Slla Pratt. Alice Drown, Cor
delia Oilman, Van Nuys Ilryan, Day
Mis. Hnrold Olffard. Misses Drmlue
Cross, Dora SnnnilerB, Allco Cooke.
Irene Fisher, Vera Damon. Alice Spald
Ing, Mlulel Hind, Letitla Morgan. An
lin Johnson, Louisa Perry, Lucy Mc
Oulre. Helen (loo. Lizzie Aknna, Julia
Smyth, Hatllo Ayau Violet Austin
Ireno and Kdlth Olbbs. Oarnoy Hose-
crnns. Orris Taylor. Klsle Lydgalo, Hi
chel Churchill, U'Klle Tullock, Dmella
(Iny, Violet Madden. Vlolot ltlchards.
Lulu Weber, Martha Tulllck. Loulro
.Mor, Klcctls Williams, Mai Ion Aus
tin, Frances Williams, Ora Lydcatc
tlullr ltt'iiton Llslo Chalmers. Virginia
nxBlrand. Amy Wong, Olcsnit, Hitch
rock, Agnes Victor, Mary Kaalele,
Mnrtha Thurston, Shlpman, Kthcl
Whiting, IMIth Smith, Alice llond,
Kdlth Chrlstopherson, Margaret Cook.
Fannlo Molr, Doris Olrdler, Gwendolyn
Jaklns, Alice I).ils, .lon'ilo Macaul.iy,
Ilcrnlcn Dwlght, .luanltii Deekley
Orare IlobertKin, Mnv Weir, Ilesslo
I Lemon, Sybil Wlnlor, Mrs. K. Forsler,
Mrs. It. Ivors, Miss Hebeeca Harils,
Kmlly Davis, Cora Illalsdell, Pearl and
Virginia McCarthy, Miss J11II1 Mc-
Stockcr, Miss Lydla McSlocker.
SPECIAL CAR SERVICE
ARRANGED FOR TONIGHT
Tho following special car schedule
Is announced for tlnlght to aeconuno
dato those who attend the University
Walklkl, via King street Car will
leave Hotel street entrance to Club nt
t. 2 and 3 a. in.
Pawaa Junction, la Ueretanla
Btroot Car will loao Hotel street n
trnnco to club nt 1 a. 111. Will letiirn
Manoa Valley and P.iuna Junction
via Punahou Cor will leavo Hotel
Etrect entrance to club nt 2 n. m. Will
return a Ueretanla and Hotel sheets
Pawna Junction, via Punahou Car
will leave Hotel street cntraneo to
club at .1 a. 111. Will icttirn via Uere
.N'munu Vnlloy Car will leavo Hero
taula street 'iitranro to club ut 1, 1:31),
2, 2:30 anil 1 a. 111.
TO HELP HONOLULU GROW.
What does It profit. Honolulu to
bo constantly "knocking" Its steam
ship sorvlco? One steamship com-, COR. TORT AND MERCHANT STS,
pany has been urged, nursed, or j
threatened to tho point whoro It has'
Invested a million dollars in u pas
senger steamship under tho American
Flag for tho service botween Honn-i
lulu and San Francisco. Can wo ex
pect moro, nnd may wo reasonably bo-1
Ilovo that capitalists will bo attract-1
ed to put their money Into tho fur-1
thor Inlprovomont of our transporta
tion service, If thejr moves toward
what Honolulu ifomands aro mot by n
local outcry that tho transportation
facllltlos of tho port nro tho worBt
If this town is to grow ns It should,
the peoplo must form the hnblt of
mipporting local enterprises nml
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
(Continued from Paze 1)
nothing Is kliown. On the other hand,
It Is stated that It Is Iheprartlce of tho
War Department lo nipply all Import
ant, fortified harbors, with thebo dc
fenscs just ns fast as they can bo
manufactuiL'd. Two hundred Is not
considered an exceptional number to
ship tn tho Orient, tnklng Into consld
nation the number of vulnciuhlo spits
(hat hnc to bo protected.
No advices, concerning Iho move
ment of tho torpedo flotilla, hnvo been
received hero, nnd It is not considered
likely that any will be. That tho Hot
Ilia nns ordered lo San Francisco Is
considered perfectly natural, (hero be.
Ing no further mason for keeping It
ore tho southern coast.
"Any effort lo place n serious con
struction on tho shipment of muni
tions, look's ildlculous lo nice, said an
Army oinrer Mils morning.
"I fall to see that thcro Is anything
out of (he nrdlnnry going on. Soldiers
hao lo eat and bo clothed, and ship
plug food and clothing could hnrillj
bo couslilercd an extraordinary pro
ceeding," The general impt'csiloii muong local
Army and Navy men Is that any at
tempt lo make capital nut of (ho ship
ment of supplies to Honolulu mid the
Philippines, Is not only umvnrnintcM by
factB, hut Is llttlo short of Idiotic.
I IB, I
wsy'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
'he Bulletin office.
Where gas is
burned the insur
ance rates arc
than where wood
or coal is tucd, -It
is another point in
the line of ccon
omy and n clinch
er of the nrgu
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM C0e UPWARD
SPECIAL- RATEs"for "nound-the-Wand" find Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers, Best Cars, such as
STODDARD DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
POPE HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL. ST. PHONE 191.
We repair any make of nutos. Wc employ tho best
mechanics in the Iilani Server B103.
Special attention given, to tho care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Rcusonahlc.
u! miii mszib&mBssEi
uas to., Liu.
Bishop St. P
arc scientifically designed to
give the fullest, clearest, and
steadiest light; they arc cor
rect iitvcvery curve.
Wc liavc them in nil sizes.
for covering all brass parts of
a machine. It protects the
brass without dulling the
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King St. Phone 775.
Tlio Lcooultor Razor
ALWAYS READY; ALWAYS CUTS WELL.
Blades arc detachable and inexpensive. The specially
hardened English steel KEEPS ITS EDGE.
THIS IS THE RAZOR , YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING
T. H.Bavies fc Co., Ltd.
!&&S?fWJfmi ' 'JU
Our 1909 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
lias fulfilled all promisei.
We are agents for tie famoui
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
Put Y"our Snap Shots In
We lave a beautiful and varied assortment of Albums
in the best grades of
Burnt Leather, Seal Leather and
from 55c to $4.25 each
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic "
FORT near HOTEL.
ASSOC! ATEDGAR AGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 888.
OUR STOCK OF
OLACE and SUEDE
BLACK and WHITE
is at present in first class shape to
fill all orders for the University and
other halls. ORDER NOW.
Get the Best
One that meets every, demand
for perfect service one that
.combines perfection in the
works style and character in
the case to satisfy and please
individual taste and require
ment!!. OUR WATCHES we recom
mend to you.
Ii. F. Wichman & Co,,
LEADING JEWELERS '
THEY ARE KEEN
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
COME AND SEE THE FAMOUS
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
1203 Miller St. M. P,. DE SA.
E. Herri ok Brown Wm. C. Lvon
Brown & Lyon Co.
Tel-401 BOOkS &toS
I ftsR. GEO. 0RDWAY has full charge of
I I our Upholstering Department. Tele-
1 phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
1 your home and give you estimates of the
1 cost -of the work you want done. All
I work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
I COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD. I
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDC, J70-19J KINQ STREET, PHONE 237.
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