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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II , wnDNi:3DAV, SEPT. 1, 'Ofi.
iRQEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii. ,
Editorial Rooms, - 185
Do the best vou can where you
are, and when that is accomplished,
Ood will onen a door to a hither
sphere. Bccchcr. j
Our Congressional friends spoke
well of Pearl Harbor before they
saw It Now wo may expect all
tnclr expressions to be In tho su
'the Honolulu Halo lot were not ad
it behooves tho Department of i(lnnR property Hint will come Into
Public Instruction to- Keep close to ,ne COIltro of tlio Territory ns soon
the peoplo If it desires to continue n9 tlle pt,cra building Is complot
tho central organization for publl" u)( tr tt wcr6 ,, tKttil pleco In
school management. nll out-of-thc-wii) scclon there might
Mr. Scott of Kansas biiJs that tho
Atncrltnn spirit prevails.
man Is on the right track
woid of approMil for what we are
in. u is nop-ii, irjing 10 uo.
More plans for more Tedcrn!
Ktructures aie well under way. Do
the people of Honolulu fully appro-
elate that their town Is merely on
the ragged edgo of Its future splen
On top of the good price uf su
ar comes tho assurance that the
augar product of the Islauds will bo
'.marketed as usual.
levcr la brought In
Thus one more
ugut into oncratlon to
maintain the prosperity of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Whi.n rnti.l.lprln tho lnmr .In."
tlos collected at Honolulu custom' we" ln thclr cc-operatlon In tho ad
house. It should bo remembered I "r"8'nR "heme. They should go
that .radically a11 tho foreign goods n le'' 'rtl,cr nn, co-operate In the
coming through the port of Hpnolu -
lu are consumed In Hawaii, and
therefore this Territory is entitled
to nll tho benefits due a community
that Is palng a large share toward
the jupport of tho federal govern
ment. The collections made fit a
port like San Francisco, Seattle,
New York or Iloston nrc on goods
that may bo consumed In a dozen
States of which these cities are tho
chief ports of entry.
more OPEN DOORS.
Judged by the brief outline given
by the cable dispatch, the opening
of four new centers of trndo Is tlio
principal thing that has happened.
in me uricne as a resuu oi xne an- wllo fallcd throUBll error or other
ference between China and Japan. w80 to ,ecure lnvtaton, a few
Every tlmo such happenings doc- factB aro justified.
oraie me announcement inai ail is,
lovely In tho Orient, they serve a
reminders of what appears to bo a
general co-operative scheme on tho
' part of Japan, Or eat Ilrltaln and
the United States. To keep tho
doors of the present open Chinese
t nn. f.nnll..l t-
,, ,flu,u.Uuur ,,ej, 13 u i
' vue purpusn oi 1110 r.ur
purpose of tho Kuropean
tlons and our own, than to
Just what part our countrj has
plajed ts not known, but according
to all appearances our Interests
parallel those of Great Ilrltaln which
It may bo taken for granted Japan
would not oppose
FEDERAL BUILDING BLOCK.
Haro Judgment Vvns shown by tho
Washington supervising architect
1 who proposed that tile Government
shoUld acquire the completo block,
b-yitjirough to Kort street, for tho
I'., crounds of the Honolulu
i r cuui
. j As wo look at such A plan now It
means great expense, but when con -
, ildered In Mho light of the futdro
;'. irowlh of Honolulu, there Is noISccretary Kivenburgh to distribute
limn like tlle nresent for thn flov
9.i 'efnment to sccuro tho property and
n urea am iutko or uirKer inun iiiu
whole city, block will bo needed by.
trie.Fetferal departments before tho
Jj city Is many j ears older.
i r r l l .I.,- ..
P i UBIB is u it'BBuii iu iiiia qurry uii
the Washington niim that should bo
taken homo by tho Territorial ofll-
cer apparently bo anxious to dls-
,poBe of that strip of public aml on
which the old Honolulu Hulo Is l -
catcd. Instead nf parting with
Hpubllc land In the center of tbo
hed bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING: CO., LTD.
et, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
ay. Wetkl) issued on Tuesday o( each week.
F THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
inyton. - - . Kdltor
S BATES PAYABLE IK ADVANCE.
Per Sit Mount .Bo
Per Yetr, injrwhciclaUS I.uo
Pet Year anywhere In C.n.da... I. Ho
Peretr csMtpald. roieian 3.uo
fcntrred at the Potofticr M Honnluii
u trrot d -claim nittter
.SEPTEMBER 1. 1009
ell, moro should bo acquired by the
Territorial government us well ns
IJvory Inch of land In the down
town district owned by the people
will be needed In comparative!) few
jears. It should not bo sold or ex
changed, particularly when the sale
or exchango will reduce a good
sized block of public propcrt). If
I be some excuse for parting with it.
It alvvnvs Dais to boost for Hon?-
,UU . ,. ot nll(i tle
foulh ,,, ulog nnsty Mnka lnl0
tl0 dig,,,,,!,!,,,, f t,0 best of men
Admlrnl Sebrec and his men arc
devoting moro thought to how they
wnko rcord nm ,0 ,,
hBn tloy are ,0 ,,, fom of cn,er.
that will bo provided on
Whenever one mentions tho ex
pedient plan by which Hawaii's su-
I gars are marketed, It arouses it feel
ing of regret that tho pineapple
growers have not jet reached that
point where they can see tho folly
of a cut-throat policy In the mar-
" "0 l"" men nave uono en
"" ul "lc'r i'""'.
THE MAYOR'S LUMJ
Walter Dillingham urged at
last meeting of the Merchants'
toclntlon that ever) body forget per
sonal differences and unite their ef
forts harmoniously for the common
good of tho Terrltorj's Interests.
I lie i eld tue Blorj oi a party or dele-
K.iirs iiuiii it cerium iminci wuu
went to Washington, und because
there was frlcHon tho Congressmen
turned them down, is the wcro un
able to heartily unite jm unj thing.
In view of tho effort this morning
to manufacture political provender
or satisfy tho feelings of someone
Mflwlr n,rn ,., ,h-rin(r f
tno nlua ,, aniI a8kc(, no O(10a of
nvbodv. Tim 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n dlffom
-v -w - --. ........... ......
ln many was with tho Major In
his policy, but does urge Hiat ho at
Icjst be gfVen credit for what he
, ,.,, to .. to llinkn tllo vlslt of
tho Congressmen pleasant while
liore. Tho general committee hnd
, no thought of a linu when the pro-
grnm was framed, In fact tho
Major's office was not mentioned.
Nor was the Hoard of Supervisors
considered, nnd as far as Is known
none of tho city fathers wanted to
bo mlxod up ln tho matter. Tho
Major stated that ho would glvo a
loan to tho Congressmen If the com
mittee nllotcd hi in u placo on tho
progrnm, that ho would bear tho ox
penso if necessary.
It was a voluntary offer on tho
part of tho Hoard to aid with a 1200
contribution to tho expenso of tho
luau, and also tlio offer from the
, Territory odlclsla was voluntary.
As to anjono feeling sligh(cd about
not receiving Invltirflons, tho 11 u I -
Iotin knows tljat overy effort lias
been made by both tlio, Mayor and
the Invitations with absoluto Impar
tiality; In fact that Mayor Fein has
ftlllfl IHllillnlv Hint ntii' frnrul f.Mnll
I ' " ' -
who feels ho would like to uttend
the luau, and an Invitation has not
I reached him, for tho reason that n
H.. ,... l. .1- 1 - ,
liny iiiunt iiu urtiwu dwiiiowiibiv tin lu
expenso, th'at person will rocelvo an
Invitation. It Is only a suggestion
horn of common decency,- but might
It not bo well for the troublo makers
fto smootli out their disposition and
Join hands with
tho bnosteis for a
tune at least
A COUNTRY PLACE
In the country- Manoa Valley, yet
only seven minutes from Manoa car
line 6 acres of land, the greater
part of which is only slightly slop;
in&; very little steep land. A mod
ern, 8-room bungalow, servants'
quarters and small cottage are on
ground. Acreage properties close to
Honolulu are scarce. Here is an op
portunity. Price low. Terms easy.
tt PROQRAM FOR THE WEEK. M
li Wednesday, Sept. 1, 8:30 a m. XS
U Leave foi Pearl Harbor aboard tJ
St V. 3. 8. Iroquois, as guests of tt
n Captain Itees, U. S. N.; train trip tt
tt to Schuneld Ilarracks (cavnlrj) tt
tt for cavalry relcw, polo game und tt
tt luncheon. . tt
tt Thurkday, Sept. 2, 11 a. m tt
tt Ex-Quccn l.lliuokalanl's birthday tt
tt reception. 8 p. m Hand concert tt
tt und ball at Young Hotel. tt
It Friday, Sept. 3, 10 a. m Visit tt
it to Illslnp Museum. 1 p. m. tt
tt Merchants' Association luncheon t
tt at Commercial. 7:30 p. in I.uau tt
t given under uusplccs of Major J. tt
tt J. Tern, at Seaslilo Hotel. tt
tt .Saturday, Sept. 4, (all da). tt
tt Around :he-lsland ntitn trip; visit tt
tt to plncapplo plantations. tt
tt Sunday, Sept. S, 1-5 p. m , base- tt
tt ball at Athletic Park between tt
tt teams of many nationalities. 10 tt
tt p. in I.oavo on 8. S. Maiuia tt
tt Kea for Kauat Island. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt m tt tt tt ts tt tt :: n tt tt :i
VARIED PROGRAM FOR VISITORS
(Continued from Pace 1)
with tho results of thulr Inspection of
tlio Pearl Harbor Naval Station and
tho dry docks and went into tho fu
lurq plans for tho -great naval luihc
with minutest detail, not forgetting
tho plans for tho dredging and ini
provement of tho harbor Itself,
Captain Ue'es, U. S. N. command ,,M, "fKr l,,0',rm "t1 ft "'f'
ant of tho Honolulu Naval Station '"'"". "'"' with apt olllea whetted
was with tho party and acted as tho,1" " "' ltrl" ",1,cl ,l,,u "P'rliW rtilll
l..r ll.n li, nil,., lit,. r'nti nniuuliiniil la.
official guide, telling tho tmrly In do-
tall of tho Impending work. I'rlnco
Cupid Is ulso a nieuHier of tho paity
on Its tour today.
Tho party was landed at tho penln
sula at 10:30 and boarded n special
train for tho Schofleld Barracks at
At 12130 tli6 Fifth Cavalry vvero ln
parado beforo them, and Undo Sana's ,
uack Horsemen wcro snowing wtiai
a cavalrj man's training In tho nrmy
Building Lots, Manoa Valley
.Hillside Ave, 90xlS0.
Good soil, extensive view... $950.00 y
East Manoa Road 17,000 sq. ft.'
Desirable location $1,000.00. ,
Upper Manoa Koad 30,000 sq. ft. ," ''
A .bargain at , $2,000.00
Nuuanu Valley An acre build-
ing lot .on Nuuanu St, near i
Country Club $1,800.00 -" '
Houses for rent in all ,
parts of Honolulu.
Cor, Fort and
The Best Cakes,
the best of every
thing come from
have the best fa
open to public
START A SAVING ACCOUNT.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
For Quick Communication
makes of a body of men. I.kliteli.iul
Cilouel and Mih. Hunter wcie thu
" .'".'? .'"". """"' "
Itois did full Jusllco to It. All will
witness thu "shinny on horseback"
this afternoon, an affair which tho
chlus as well us tho iiuugur sol in
tlio p.utv have been looking forwunt
to and dlsdibslng, and later tho entho
p.irt will ictiiru In a spcclul train to
Honolulu, to prepare for another dtt.v
uf entertainment and pleusuie.
Bulletin Bu$inet Offlee Phone 250
I Rnllrtin KiHtiiHul Hnnm Phnn lfU
Contempt Cdse '
Attorney Mghtn'tit, the legal rop-
resentatlve of the mciiiberH of tho
Higher Wugo Association, who Imvo
found thcmsclvis In the lolls of tho
law, lngah lils" argument bcfoio
Judgo '.iIiIum)ii , toda lii sup
poll of it imiitoii lii dlsmlii thn lo
fciidnuls In the ronlimpt r.isc now
pending. MnMim mid it number of
iiiembeiH of the now defunct nsxo
elation nic charged with thu vluli
Hon of tho provisions of mi liijuuc'
Hon Issued out of Judgo Itohlnxou'H
court during the p'logiuxs of tho riot
In his argument this niouilng Light-
foot attacked tho evidence nf n viola
tlou of tho Injunction presented by
thu prosecution and Insisted tint no
showing hid been made- lint tho de
fendant had done anything In violation
of thu Injunction Issued.
1Mb argument w:ih nut concluded at
tho noon recess of court and wat io
sumed ln tho af tin noon.'
TO ASSIST FERN
National Guardsmen To
Ten (ifflceni of thu National (hunt
of Hawaii havi been, by spechl oi
deis Issued fioni thu Adjutant (len
eiyl's o.Ilee, detailed lu assist Major
I'ern lU-hlHvlu.in to thu Congres
Tile milforni will lie blue', drejx,
and all mo oiiluid to lepoit .it thu
Siasldc Hotel at T..") p. in, sharp
The olllieiK aro: t'nptalns (leoise
Smithies, J lines A. TIiiiiiiiimiii, 51 Jl
Johnson, T. V ('iimmlns, 1 II An
gus, n T SlmiiMiii Meiiteu iiIkwQ
J. Whitehead, II. I' O .Sulllvnli, Wil
liam Ahl.i, James lou,;liri ly.
The stock market was nlou ngiin
this morning, though li showed no
signs of weakness In tho matter of
quotation!. I'lomcr has Junied nu
otlui dollar u tliaio on a siloif live
Bliaies between lio mis. Iliiteliliuon
has chopped to 17 ST'i. I'lm hundiol
Honokat told at 1!)" an I Iho Htoek
lh strong at that llguic;. Hanallaii
I'lm appli", has iidv.inced twint llvo
cents a t Inn o and Is appueiiHy not
as closil) held .is fount rl). Ul.m sold
al 102',.;. and I'.w.i dioppid on llft
cents a bhiK1. I Kilkii. I'ala and I'io
neer'pild their usu il two per lent
dlvidcudH this moiulug. Tlio dlildeiulK
laid out Monday mid toil i) ainouut
to three handled and llftciu though I,
The "Arnold" n:w knit mesh
Are pronoupced by every wearer as
the ideal garment for -this climate.
Price 60c at
Had a Dry Hading Couyh, DocUm
,.. t t, n -!., ,.p..ttrl, li, nr
Agonej , m William street, Melbourne, VU lrli ( Auslrslla), w rllcit
T..r ov or tbr vears I suffered v. 1th a dry, hacking cautf, and seemed l.
nlnaliutcaoli1 . . . , , ,, .
'Allhougli I consulted diclors and also Joined two lodgcj, 1 could got
""Al'lflRht tlmo It waOmposollde to get any sleep. I was constantly call
ing at cheioU!.' shops and getting draughts w lileh only gavo mo relief for a
"llutlranl.onesllj say. vtlng Pcruna I hae been restored to
perfect health, and will uIvvijh recoiiimsnd it to thoo I eomo ln lontaet
lnapotf"crlpt, Mrs. Trcnsky adds: "lama well-known liuslneM womkn
vvltlinllc-wtatlmusanilrlleiiUDti my books, and the majority Know bow
In fact, it was one of my
A dry hacking cough is Nature's tl in
ger visual. ,
It liullealcs thbt (hero 1 somo diop
nitid point of Irritation within Jhe
lurj uxor bronchi il tube.
It Is frequently tho first nmnlfestntlon
of tuberculosis. II Is sometimes an In
dication uf organic dl-ciso of the heart.
InsldloiH bronchitis Is soon brought
on by a drj , backing cough.
Huch asj mptoni should not ho Ignorod.
Ordinary cough medicines do not re
lieve such a uwf,li. ,
It requires siituu mrdlclno that goos
Co the root of thu uutwr.
Tho following vvholesiilc drugglit
will supply the, retail tiii'n:
rederlc Bell Ph. D.
Sunday, Sept. 5, 3 p. m. ..
HAWAIIAN HOIEL IANAI.
Congressional Party To1""",? Ul,""r -m
O J for tin prosit utloii, and Attorne)
Tour The Island ' """ fim"" f(" thodpirenm (juiun
w .in 1 1 tl ;i loiilluii iiiei', but .ludgo
m AUtOS "'' """ l,lllll"l ' Kiaut Jho inn-
t lint iiml indeuil llui tilal In pin
When the- CongKHsnun and lln'li,""1 -IheJiirj was s. . med vvllhout
wives, itcruiiipaiilod b Iho cMii.ii.ilu I'1"" "", ""' "lu ''' "r ,ll ,as0
incnl loniniltlic', wlml nipiiiid this Ik '"n"'1
laud In antouiobllts Hell Siluuli
nu eh lilies to hco lh.it all) plllkl
which linu hamuli In tlit.li .nilos nt t
bo KtiiiU'd wllliuiit ilcluj. Kuicigc in j
iMIoh will iiImi In tent almi with tin
pulj, coiivclug uecesiiar Hun - lor
IMwttid i: lloiUe, fmciii ill ol tilt
von llamni Voiiiig giiagt', said this
iitoiiiliig that ho will bo lend) to tiiin
mil good machines to; tho iito of iho
("ongi'osslon tl pirlv next f-'..tu tln
nun nlng. Ho will mud uloiK not o td
tlio bcsl ititii lu hla ikp.iittpeut it,
wiilrh and lopilr thu liiy.ikiloAii of
any or thu niilo'iuobllus. i '
Tho City Kngluoci nnd XnsC Stiioi
vlsoi will, look after tlatiwt of .lie
linds In tho country dlst-lct Tin. r
will uncertain fioiu tholr iu nlliiiitiw
tho nature of ip loads hs lhe are to
day. Should thcio bo mi) ;:.iUa on
till m, they will ho liiKtnu'",! to put
llioui lu passablu toiidlllon bdio Sal
u rd i).
Tho vie ithcr man, iiltliniinh not hem
this iuoinlig,'wlll ccrtalulv ' ily tho
tdgmi of heaviii wth a vluv id asiei
talulng. If'posslblo, whttliei next ,-5'it
unlay will ho n flno and cli-u daj for
touring the Islaiji).
-i ' '
John D Hockfifoller and Ilubort
llindlovv, tbu noted toclnllbt lendci,v
shook liands lu Huclld Aveuilo Dap
tltit' Chun li, Clnvelund, at thu rloie
uf thu Sumlaj moinliig.eeivlcu.
J'aited to Cure. Took Pis-rw-na
llinlirplll C'llUllown liouiu ifuiivuiu
clients WHO recommenuca i-eruna
A cough of thU kind generally In
dicates soinoeatirrhnl ilcrangement of
the mucous memhrano lining thu larj ux
or bronchial tubes.
1 his catarrhal derangement U a fore
runner of somo graver Milium.
Aincdlclnothat will check or lnltt
g ito the catarrh w 111 stop the eouli.
Medicines that simply dull tho sensl
tlv cness of iho m-rv oils sv stem and qmct
the cough by their scditlvo effect, sueh
inedlclnes'do no listing goo 1.
Pcruna rcl!c cs the catarrh. The rv
t.irrli 1h lug remnved, the cough ceases.
'1 his Is the way every cough should
Heaven ami Hell Located!"
I iil.il of 'long Kit, ilniM'l
Willi i .mil with u weipou, ulivl
ousl iiml I i iilneutly diiigcious to
lire, n is lifuii hofoio Circuit Judge
Hi Unit llili iiiiuiiliiR. 'City and
Tx"inr t,jie" enrAx Bullstln.
H. F. Wichman
- & Co.. Ltd.,
r A t ! i . A. -