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.AUGUST 21, 1009
fe woman! Lovely woman! Nature ihe mnn who linn mndc Ills money In
made you , llawnll has nn obligation to fulfill to
To temper man; ve had been brutes 'he community Hint lias mado him
t without you. prosperous. The patriotic citizens
Wcls are painted fair, to look like ' Honolulu ami the Territory will
ft you1 . , i work for an American community of
There's in you' nil that we hclicve of ,1'omcs, nut absentee landlord.
Amazing brightness, punty and
Eternal joy. nnd everlasting love.
-Otway s Venice Preserved.
it Otway's Veni
It takes mimic little t
, fjiut the nancy nnd liul
Admiral Schroeder refused tho
other ilny to nllow tlio Mnssnchu
tetts civil nutliorltlcs to deal with
the surviving mcnihcr of n boxing
limit between two of his crew and thin
tliue to do It, Is a sample of what he Is Retting
iidlffcrent cen- trom tlio Interior Stales press: "The
Jtral, like agitators and thugs, has attitude of Admiral Schroeder slums
fto go. j that the people have excellent rea-
1 - I miii for manifesting fears over the
Mexico will never get another ', too rapid Kiowth of the nrmy and
President like Diaz, nnd doubtless a ' navy. Fortunately, the civil au-
J jfgrcat amount of blood will be shed thorlty still Is supreme. Conse-
iicioro nicy nuti u uiu. iiuciiiiy, uie aiiiuirni who is so uc-
- . voted to his service that he cannot
ll.wbnll enthusiasm Is like Topsy O.,i,o8o una of Its glnrlng faults.
'It Just grows. That's why Sntiudiiy .namely, prize lighting, may soon bo
Jiall has waned nnd there's no hold
ing down tho crowds on Sunday.
Mr. llulley can't ro too rapidly In
f sweeping nwny tho final cobwebs
nrouml the Kedcral bulldliiR proposl-
, lions of Honolulu nnd 11 Ho.
When flRurliiR on real estate, plan
to buy u home. As Honolulu grows
Lit Is steadily becoming n more at
ttractlvo place to settlo permanently.
(ompelled to acknowledge that he
erred Rrlevously when ho refused to
comply with the demands of tho civ
il authorities of Massachusetts."
Honolulu has such a prospect for
in full September that the men run-
.IiuIro Do Holt certainly tempered
Justice with meicy when he refrain
ed from giving the Japanese aglta
i convicted of conspiracy with
lew than the full limit of the law.
It must be recognized, however.
tl at this Is tho first tlma these men
Fort St , 2 B. R. ,$ 8.00
Kalakaua Av 2 B. R. . ,12.00
Kalmnkl ' 12.00
Union nnd Garden Lane '. . 3 B. R. . 18.00
1818 Anapuni St ;....' 2 B. R. . 20.00
Waikikl (Camp McKinlcy) . . .-; 4 B. R. . 25.00
Kaimuki ,..7.:' 3 B. R.. 25.00
Pawaa and Young St' 4 B. R. . 25.00
Elm and Birch Sts 3 B. R. . 25.00
Kinau and Alapai Sts 2 B. R. . 2G.25
Magazine & Spencer StJ 2 B. R. . 27.50
Waialac Road . , 2 B. R. . 30.00
1245 Lunalilo St 1 3 B. R. . 32.50
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Manoa Valley 3 B. R, . 35.00
Bates St 2 B. R. . 35.00
Elsie Ave. & Young St 4 B. R. . 40.00
1280 Beretania St 5 B. R. . 40.00
Walkiki (on beach) 2 B. R. .$30.00
Waikiki (on beach) 2 B. R. . 35.00
Magazine & Spencer Sts 2 B. R. . 35.00
Makiki St 3B. R. . 50.00
1257 Kinau St 5 B. R. . 55.00
1420 Alexander St 3 B. R. . 60.00
1475 Thurston Ave , 4 B. R. . 60J50
Trent Trust Co, Ltd.
: i : -
Eli TENNEY HAS
While crossing' Merchant strodt
from the nmtnfflie to W. 11. Castle's
office this morning, 13. I.. Tenney
sustained u nasty fall and was con
siderably shaken up.
Tho aged gentleman, when cross
ing tho street, stumbled ngulnst
tomo boards wtilt.1i arc used by tho
telephone company to cover a tiench
which Is being used In connection
with the system. Mr, Tenney fell
to tho giound with conslderalilc
force, nnd for a time It looked as If
ho were severely Injured.
llnwecr u police officer nnd sev
eral spectators ran to tho old man's
assistance and lifted him to his feet
Mr. Tenney said that ho was not In
jured and piocceded to Mr. Castle's
Infnncy. Hut, with the mind of a
scientific seer, this marvelous man
told tho story of n trip which some
day will bo accomplished, perhaps
by the during aeronauts who nro
about to begin their Journey.
Jules Vornc had the satisfaction
before his death of seeing many of
his wild Imaginations transported
Into the lenlm of actual existence.
TJhe submarines were a development
from his novels, "Twenty Thousand
Leagues Under tlio Sea" and "The
Mysterious Island." Olobe-clrcllng
tours, began with his "Around tlio
World In Highly Days," and ho
lived to sec tho rapid time which
threw all Kuropo nnd America Into
fits of laughter beaten to badly that
It was almost forgotten. Can It he
thnt now his e.irllest story Is to bo
Supplied with food, scientific in
struments, photographic necessities
through a too free Indulgence In strong
I.lghtfoot declared that tho offense
of which tho men, were charged con
stituted an Infnmnus crime mid that as
n consc'iuvucu tho constitutional pio
vision guaranteeing n man n trial by
Jury of twelve men had been violated
In this Instance. I.lghtfoot referred
to thu verdict of the, Jury as being
nothing more "than a decision by n
board of arbitrators," contending that
It lost Its standing In the eyes of tho
law as soon as It became a body of
During tho course of J.lghtfoot'B
talk Attorney I'rtfsser Interrupted to
say that he was perfectly willing to
concede many of tho points raised by
thu attorney for tho defenso nnd stnt.
ed that thero was no need of wasting
llmo by argument on question which
were, admitted to bo true. Judge Do
Dolt wns Inclined to let I.lghtfoot
a- speclnllsl.Mhalj lioJias.il "iitllio.id
splno" mid will hnvo to go Into u plus,
ter Jacket tiMiinrrnw, Dr. A. J. Scott,
fils physician, nlso Informed lilni that
It would bo two months at least before
he could leavo his bed and three
months eru he could ngaln occupy tho
pulpit at 'Temple llaptist Chinch. Kx
plaining (ho nature of llurdottu's uf
lllrtlon, Dr. Scott said;
"Ho has a 'railroad spine." Tin) orig
inal Injury wifs to tho bodies of tho
vertebrae duo to tho shock of a full,
Tho cellular tissues of the bono aio
spongy nnd Inflamed. Tho consequent
pressure! on Hie spinal cord cauuea tlio
neuralgia of thu sciatic nerve. There
is no danger nnd nothing Incurable
tibout tho ease. With perfect quiet we
bhnll have Dr. L'urdctte restored to
health In a few months. The Inflam
mation should gradually disappear
provided we can keep him Immobile."
and enmplng utemdls, these modern i ramble on In bis disquisition on the
expluicrs will secure negatives of all ' provisions of tho Constitution. of the
the, wild animals that they can find
nnd nil the unlijuu blln of scenery
nnd wild tribes Hint Inhabit the
Inlng the entertainment must hnvo a j ,vc been convicted on this charge,
Jcaru that the community doesn't get nnd while the limit would hnvo re-
l n Jag on.
Judging from tlio1 price, Kuropun
hoots must travel a long way before
it will bo possible to overcome the
shortage created by the bad weather
early in the year.
Judge Woodruff's success In hand-
jllng Japanese names breeds tho
-hope that ho may with equal easo
ITholvc thu groat Japanese problems of
it Jicguua iJ.iy wane ine nig cruiser
fleet Is In port and the Congressmen
nrc hero, tdiould result in the grcat-
test program of aquatic sports that
Honolulu has ever known.
everlasting disgrace would prop-
inly bo marked agnlnst Hawaii If It
fallows tho local wireless situation
full to such a low cstnte as exist? on
Itho Tactile CoaBt. Wo need reliable.
(.wireless In our business.
sponded to a general public senti
ment, the principle of American Jus
tice Is that every midi while paying
the penalty for his misdemeanors
shall bo given nn opportunity to re
form. While there is no doubt thnt ev
ery effort will bo mndo to delny the
fulfillment of tho sentence of the
court, there enn bo little doubt of
tho ultimate remit.
It Is hoped thnt tho Japanese resi
dents of llnwnll will see In the
treatment of theso convicted men n
demonstration of tho fact that although
American Justice Is not o( the arbi
trary typo they encounter In their
own country, it Is nevertheless sine
for those engaged In plans to set nt
naught tho laws of tho country.
depths of tho desert. There Is no
telling what wonderful discoveries
they may make. It Is certain that.
If they can do ns they expect In re
gard to tho balloon, they will come
out with a col lection of photographs
that will bo unsurpassed In the
Now that Taft and Wlckershnm
nro scheming to centralize control
of. interstate corporations, some of
our local centrullzcrs will mnko this
In fnvl fftr n rpntrnlWuMnn nf flip
government of Hawaii by corporations.
Should Immigration Agent Camp
hell sccuro transportation for Inunl-
g rants ncross tho Isthmus at Te-
luinntepee. It would bo one of the
iflrst moves Indicating thnt wo real
ize that Honolulu Is very soon to be
Jn closo communication with tho Atlantic.
Mr. Taft has cut Madison, WIs-
fonaln1 out of his western Itinerary
for the nllegud reason that it Is tho
homo of United States Senator La
Follette. If this be true. It will
Impress tho public thnt although he
may'' not bo much on avoirdupois, I.a
li-'ollctto Is tho broader of tho two.
President Shingle makes no mls-
ilalio In predicting that next year's
nrecord will show as great a margin
got Increase ns 1909 over 1908, He
rJlsVconscrvntlvo. Tho mnrgln will
ijlio 'greater. All tho Stock Hxchnngo
Jiaa to do Is keep paco with the
(broadening spirit of tho times.
, ' -"-
Keep your attention fnstcned on.
European Itnmlgtntlon and what
the "Panama Cannl will do for'lla-
.wull. -To turn toward China at tills
time will merely mako trnublo for
Hawaii at tho suggestion of San
l'ranclsco Interests that would bo
ideascd to have anyono pull a few
chestnuts out of the flro for them.
.Tut your confidence and your
Imoiioy In what Honolulu has to of
Ifcr. There Is nothing bettor, and
BALLOONS AND DISCOVERY,
Walter Wellman Is not the only
man to use the balloon as the med
ium of a voyage of discovery, al
though ho Is by all odds tho best ad
vertised In that line.
W. K. lloyce, n wealthy Chicago
resident, recently went to Now York
to Inspect n baloon in which he In
tends to make a voyago of discov
ery over or through darkest Africa.
Somehow this does not sound so seri
ous ns the much-advertised polar ex
pedition, although It. may not be a
happier fato to land In tho midst of
an African Junglo than to roost on
tho Icebergs of the North.
Mr. Hoyco will carry with him
sufficient ncld nnd Iron filings to
supply Ills balloon with gas during
a trip ncross Africa, which will bo
tho object of tho expedition. Ho
has heard of tho slaughter of wild
animals which Is constantly being
perpetrated In tho wilds of tlio Dark
Continent under the name of hunt
ing, anil he knows of the great en
gineering feats which nro. bringing
civilization nearer and neater to tho
I.tst great stretches of undiscovered
country. Ho carries with him cam
eras for tho Journey nnd will do his
hunting by this means rather than
It has been nearly hnlf n century
since Jules Verno astonished and de
lighted the world with his first nov
el of wonderment. "FIvo Weeks In
u Ilalloon" described with all the de
tail nnd sclcntlllc loro thnt Jules
Verno could summon, tho voyago of
bomo hardy navigators from shoro to
shore ncross tho trackless contlnont.
There hud been In those times no
Livingston, o Stanley, no I)u Chall
lu. Tho Mountains of tho Moon,
higher than the peaks of tho Hima
layas, wore supposed to stretch
ncross tlio continent north of tho
equator, llallnoulng itself was a
very dungcrous Bport, It wns In Its
'Continued from Face 1)
wero prosecuted In Solution of the
provisions of tho constitution of tho
United States and the treaty between
Japan nnd tho United States,
During tho court proceedings tho
prosecution wns represented by Attor
ney General Hemenwny, City and
County Attorney Cntlicnrt nnd Mr.
Prosser of tho firm of Kinney, Halloa,
Prosser nnd 'Anderson.
In his argument In suppoit of tho
motion for an arrest of Judgment
I.lghtfoot laid gicat cmphnsls on tho
fact Hint both the com t. prosecution
and defenso erred In allowing tho
trial to proceed after ono Juror had
Leon dlschaiged referring to Ynrlck,
who wns iilschnrged from tho Jury be-
causo of his being
Upited States on which I.lghtfoot has
presented iomo very reninrkublo Inter
Prosscr's attempt to shorten tho art-
diess of I.lglitfoot was4 referred to by
that gejitlcnum us "constant butting
l.lgtitfoot's attempt to prove that
tho ofTi'iisc.',,clnii'giMlngnliiFl thqimeu,
dcspltu the plain rending of, tho law,
was an Infamous cimo did. not meet
with much success. Judgo, Dp Bolt,
nlt,q,nppaicnt1y desirous to limit .the
nrgument on conceded points, stated
that tho was no doubt but that other
considerations, other than tho length
o( sentence, wero Included In tho de
termination ns to what .constituted an
noriN ron business.
Jinks Hao you selected a trado or
piofesslou for your boy?
Winks I shall mako a plumber of
Jinks Has ho n bent that way?
Winks He's born for it. Tell him
to do a thing Immediately, and ho
won't think of It ngnln for a week.
WILSON MIZNER IN
Former Husband .of Mrs. Yerkes
Collaborates With George
New York, Aug. 2.A piny deal
ing with life In thu "tenderloin"
district of New York, collaborated
by Wilson Mlzncr nnd Oeorgo llron-
son Howard, , entitled "Tho Only
Law," was given its initial presen
tation at tho Hacked theater to
night and wns well received by the
critics. Tho Herald sas:
"Mlzner nnd Howard succeeded In
embioldcilng this plain stoiy with
so much language of tho tenderloin
that u large audience lnughed nnd
applauded the play from Its begin
ning to Km end. The play moved
briskly enough to keep the niidlenco
"Until of tho seven cliarni leis,
barring perhaps a police dcteeilvc
who seemed to have come fiom the
pages of Old Sleuth rather than
from Mulberry stieet, was mi life
like that even when the action of
the play bcciimo Impeded with talk
iho tale itself was so characteristic
of n certain phnso of llfo In New
York that It was welcomed.
"Mlis Mabel Cameron nnd Miss
Mabel Kienyear were Casino girls of
the type who?e lives mo not bound
ed by their salaries, l'orest Wlnant
wns the llroadway lounger, whose
chief asset was the fact tjmt a wom
an loved him, u nd Oeorgo S. Christie
was, tho brokwr who not only gnvo
Jcnn a check for $1,000, hut his
heart and hand. Den Johnson, ns
n wlro tapper of tho philosophical
cchool, wns tlio medium through
whom tho authors communicated
most of them wit and worldly wisdom."
Tho Sun says:
"The cast was an efficient ono and
struggled hard to mako the play con
vincing. Hut an Indulgent audienco
laughed heartily nt tho tenderloin
slanj mil seemed Interested all the
American: "It was nn ngreonblo
World: "Tho 'Only Law' Is a
dim shadow of 'Tho Kaslent Way,'
hut lacks its logic. It Is a depress
ing story of depravity and points no
moral. There Is a good cast and the
piece Is well singed."
A MOTHER'S LETTER. '
tin. Samucllc Vigneau graphically
dttcribti the illness and tht
All Mothers Should Read.
Per P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, from
tho Orient Aug. 21. Kor Honolulu:
Miss i:, M. Amott, Miss Weedon
Cooke, W. C. Lyon, W. llrooku Hnwlc,
Mrs. W. Hiookn Kaulo and maid.
Thioiigli: W. H. Aslihurst, Mrs. H.
Ashlmrst, Mrs. II. K. Cotton, Mis. M.
W. Creagh, son and ninah, Dr. Win. IL
Dit Dose. Med. Insp. 11. S. N Mrs.
Win. It. Du Hose, Miss Helen Du Hose.
Miss nKte Du Hose, II. Dutlile, 1). II.
Kosnneht, W. Fox, I. Prasher, Mrs. J.
F. Holding, Miss C. F. Harrison, Mrs,
J. L. Hendrdy, Mnster John Hendry
Master Hobert Hendry, C. F. Heuslcr,
Mrs. W. Hickman, L. Y. Hitchcock,
Mrs. A. II. Hollld.iy, Murrls Lawbon,
Miss Mabel Led, A. J. McKlroy, Hcv.
P. 13. Mcfleo, Thorpe Nesblt, Mndaln
Armino Om, Miss Allco Parker, Mns
ter A. Parker, Dr. J. Pettyjohn, MrB,
J. Pettyjohn, It. D. Head, I). C. Hulgh,
Mrs. D. C. Hulgh and child, Loo Snlln-
ger, Jf. Salinger, F. Schopflocher, (1. A,
Skinner, Mrs. O. A. Skinner, Miss Mir
iam Skinner. Miss Lucille Skinner
Master Leslie Skinner, F. F. Smith, M.
J. Strong, Mrs. M. J. Stiong, L. O,
Sussdorff, T. (1. White.
Judgo Robinson tliols morning
sustained the demurrer without the
right to attend, nnd ordered the
complnnt dismissed in tlio uld suit of
tlio Territory of Hawaii by C. S.
Hollow, superintendent of public
woiks against Nellie K. Kustnco and
others In connection with the clos
ing of Kaullaiil toad. Tlio enso has
been on the calendar since HUM! ami
was ngnln take imp by Deputy At
torney General Lorrln Andrews on
his return fiom the mainland.
Three Japanese "bad men," who
wero taken Into custody several days
ago as a result of the effort by Unit
ed States Dlstilot Attorney Hreck-
ons to rid the city of characters of
their -class, have been held to an
swer In the United States District'
Court with boriuV fixed nt'thc sum
vt llllam savldge has been ap
pointed the ndmlnlstiator of tho es
tate of A. Wlntorbleln, with bonds
fixed nt U'00.
BY MISSOURI PACIFIC
0AUGH11H OF MRS. SAMUELLE VI0NUU,
MU. SAMl'I'.LLi: VIC1NKAU, Am
livrt, Itledo La Mugdallno, Can
"I wrlto to tell you Hint I am per
fectly well. 1 took only three bottles
of your reruns according to ,our nil
vice and the direction In your book,
and it restored my health.
"It nlso cured my daughter, who Is 17
years old. She took ono bottle accord
ing to direction. 1 rmuro you that no
doctor Is equal to your book nnd your
advice, I havorccommcndcdyourrem
edy to a number of persons."
A Woman's Remedy.
Mrs. A. 13. K to ii Her, Cuploma, Kansas,
U.S.A., write .
"Pcruna has given me health and
f Ircngth; It U tlio best medicine thnt wiim
ever mado for women. My friend j ny
they never saw such a chingo In m
woman. I cannot say too mu:h lor
The following wholesale druggist.
will supply tho retail trole:
Ilcnson, Smith & Co.,
BURDCTTE HAS RAILROAD SPINE
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Incapacitated numbers of th Bulletin office.
Water house Trust
Three bargains in homes and home sites in this fast-crowing
Modern bungalow, built two years ago in the Puupuco Tract.
Lot of 1400 sq. ft. House contains 7 rooms. Price. . .$3, you
Modern two-bedroom cottage on Lanihuli Drive, College Hills.
This property is exceptional, well located nnd recently
renovated. Good value at the price asked $4,000
Humorlct Will Have to be Put in a
Plaster Jacket for Some Time.
Los Angeles, August 5. Hov. Dr.
Hobert J. Htirdctto was told today by
Hot or Cold Meals,
'rf,tf BETWEEN G A. M. AND
We also have a very attractive bnildin plot on Hillside Ave
nue, on the slone makai of Mr. H. E. Cooper's residence.
The elevation of this lot assures an uninterrupted view
of Waikiki and the sea. This lot will just suit the pur
chaser looking lor a small building lot. size uu x lou.
4 rJ Jilt QJw-'y'ji1V:'
Twenty-one . Different . Companies
May be Taken Over.
New York, Aug, 2. A special
meeting of tho Mlssourl-Haclllc
stockholders will bo held August 7
to voto on a consolidation of tomo
21 different companies now compris
ing tho Missouil-I'nclflc nystcm, nc
cording to the Kvcnlng Post today.
It Is proposed, the paper con
tinues, to form a new company, also
to bo called tho Mtssourl-Pactllc
rl.ilioad company, to own nnd hold
tho properties and to capitalize It
self at 1210,000,000 in stock.
It will then bo proposed to au
thorize blank mortgage on. nil prop
erties aggregating lino, 000,000 nnd
possibly more. Of the bonds author-
izeed under such mortgnge about
$90,000,000 will bo reserved for re.
funding. Tho remainder would bo
available as t lie bourco that a syn
dlcnto of baukcis has Indicated Its
willingness to underwitto $SIJ,000,-
000 of tlio new bonds.
START A SAVING ACCOUNT.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
The above cut shows the "Ar
nold" Knit Night Drawer for child
ren, the ideal sleeping garment. We
have all ages from 2 to 10 years.
Prices 70c to $2 per garment,
HARRIMAN SAID TO BE
BACKING SUTTON FAMILY
For Quick Communication
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets,
Financier Giving Material Aid in
Anuupolls, Mil., Aug. S. That
their appeal to the Taft adi :luls
t rat Inn for u reopening of tho Sut
ton case was granted bo quickly,
after u light of oyer a )car while
Hnoiovolt wns In tho White llouso
had been unavailing, showed that
tho Suttons had Inllucuco In high
Now comes tho appaiently loll
ablo statement that K. II, Harrlman
Is backing their fight not only mor
ally, hut financially us well. Sut
ton, father of tho dead ninilno offi
cer, Is tho division Hupeiliitcudcnt
of one of llnrrlmau's western mads,
nnd the two aro closo poibonul as
well as business fi lends.
This Is said to account for Iluirl-
man's lntcicbt In tho 'case and his
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