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L in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wi I Editorial Rooms, - 185
In character, in manners, in style.
. in all things, the supreme excellence
is simplicity. Longfellow.
It Is n pleasure to know that Con
pressman ll.illuildt U a man ot
lieiicc. Wlii'ii such men keep tlielr
'. eyes open nml iuc tlioir loiimion
'Itente while looklnK around an out
.Vpost like Hawaii, tlioy coon cor.ie to
u-nllzo tlint the theories uic all
rlBht, hut a loiiR as unrlvl'lzcil poo
?,Iiles Ilvo on the earth It is necessary
!as a matter u( practical safety to
f have a mailed list handy for prompt
'application when most needed.
It Is understood that an Inu-stl-
Ration Is to he made of affairs at the
llolualoa Kona school. In order
.1.... I I. . ,!... n .. liit'nutlitn.
A UIUl 11 UU IIIINU llltUI .111 IH.vouh"
,tlon In name, the people who
scud their children to the school
should lie heard, also the teachers
' who have asked for transfers for one
caum or another. This should he
jfylii' program unless the contending
', elements uKieu to patch up their
l dllTeruiucs and live happily ever
$ May the small dealers of Honolu
'. lit bIvo special ntteiitlon to the Ills
f lory of a thlpnit-nt of potatoes told
' In another column hy a small dealer
of Maul. The comment In the Husl
ness Column of the Bulletin had
refcronce to the small store kcept
l of Honolulu whose customers have
heen paying up old hills since the
Ji havo been able to secure emplo
0 iiicnl on the plantations as strll.t
liro.ikora at $1.S0 per day. Tho
S'small dealer of Maul presents a
$ problem of the so-cnlled small farm
i er or small dealer who Roes Into the
f 'country districts to make a UvltiR.
I DR. COOK'S VICTORY.
jr. Somehow It Is tho one-man party
' that accomplishes things In np
'C proaclilnR the North Pole. Nanscn
J'niado his "farthest north" pruetl
jfUnlly nlunc, and now Dr. Cook has
'llnnlly captured tho prize, traveling
rnfone except for a limited number of
V1' If memory serves correctly this Is
jLtho sanio Dr. Cook who had con
r slderablo trouble with the cxplorlnR
parties with which ho was picvlous-
ly connected. !u fact disagreements
nnd petty bickerings havo marked
i, 'many it not all of tho I'olar expedl
r tlons. This Is nut surprising when
Soiio stops to consider the terrific
hardships any exploration party
'must go through, it Is a most In
tense .physical nnd mental strain,
nnd tho wonder Is that the men hold
their reason. No doubt It Is easier
for a man to go through the hard
ships In complete command ot a
vlarly made up of absolute servants
'bred to the life of the Arctic than to
bo 'associated with equals who, un
der'trylng conditions are convinced
nhaj they know as much or more of
Iwh'ut should be done than docs their
Tho I'olo lias so long been tho ob
ject ot unsuccessful search that
many will have their doubts as to
I)r. Cook's complete victory. Hut
ho will soon he able to speak for
himself, nnd Americans need have
llttlo fear that anything will mar
Dn.y of wirrow, nielli of impiisli,
'I'l'iuiicHt followed liv a culm
fc Time, tht' L'vcr-faitliful livnlcr.
f Jiriuus another vonr of lmlm.
Essiszr . .
v I limed now wo vmn suspicions,
Knvy, liiltenioss nnd Htrife;
' Yours is uuivci-Mil reverence
J u tho evening of your life.
Gladly do wo lirina
A'ot of ,'old nor
Hut of honor, love
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sl Motilnl , .Bo
Per Vnr, npvhtiein U.S I.nn
Pei Year atiynhereln C.nndi... I. no
I'trYear lostinld, oiein 3.uo
Entered lit the Ptofli at Honolulu
u econd-ctaM mttlrr.
.SEPTEMBER 2, 1909
the pleasure they feel that tho Amer
ican line Is the first to he planted
at the hitherto unattainable peak
of the world.
VIGOROUS TAFT POLICIES.
I'roofs of President Tnft's determina
tion that the 1'nltcd Slates shall be
recognized ai a commanding factor in
the nffnlis of the, Orient have been
multlpljing eer since he really got
hU band on the throttle of Interna
tional business and politics.
The President Is recognized as one
of the ablest authorities on the prob
lems of the Orient, nnd our policies
there lire receiving more of the per
sonal supervision of the Chief Kx
ecutlvu than Is often the case. How
fnr this Is true may he drawn' from
the more detailed accounts of tho
participation of American flnnnclors.
in the recent Chinese railway loan
received In the late malls fiom the
American participation In the Chi
nese loan Is due principally to the
step President Tnft took at tho mo
ment that the loan was about to he
approed hy the throne In Pekln
with only tho Trench, Cermnn nnd
English bankers included.
The representatives of the inter
ests of these thrco countries hud
finally arranged nil plans and had
initiated them. They wero then
presented to the throne to await Its
ratification. In the meantime,
through Henry F. Fletcher, the
Charge dc Affaires at Pekln, the
Stato Department of America offered
a protest on Juno 10 against cer
tain features, especially the one re
serving to the contracting Interests
tho option on every future loan de
sired for branch lines.
It was pointed out In the protest
that under the Conger ministry in
1904, American capital was promis
ed with that of Ilrltaln the right to
participate in any loans that might
he dcslicd. The government held
that that promlte held good, nnd un
der It the Ameilcan capltallstn could
not he excluded fiom participation.
Piotest was also made to any
preference being given to German,
French and British materials on tho
grim. id that It would bo subversive
of the open door nnd equal oppor
tunity to all p.'lnclple.
On Juno 14 tho United States gov
ernment made known its stnnd in
the matter in a statement In which
it reviewed the whole matter. It
held, as stnted, that the agreement
of 10D4 entitled It to participation.
It pointed out that tho British, who
had been Included in tho promise,
communicated with Americans in
terested about getting ready for par
ticipation, but financial conditions
then prevented any nctlon. Then
Ccrmany, Franco nnd England ar
ranged tho loan among themselves.
Germany was at first bitter
against the stnnd taken by tho Unit
ed States, hut later admitted Its
claim was justifiable. At a confer
ence Juno 1G at Pekln by represen
tatives of France, England and Ger
innny, it was decided to re-open tho
loan to American capitalists. It
was deemed advisable because It was
feared that additional complications
OF THE QUEEN
jirecious slow, ' '
your priceless throne.
Klienc, J'inlcy Timber
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
might occur and tho whole matter
The English presented a number
of tearoiH later why tho American
Interests should not bo benefitted,
but tho stnnd taken hy Ptesldent
Taft that tho Amerlcnns wero en
titled by all means to n Bhnie finally
won. Many discussions wero lipid
as to what amount tho American
Interests wero entitled to in the lonn
nnd tho nrrangerpeut of one-fourth
the loan of $30,000,000 was tho re
FOR SMALL DEALER
Editor livening II it I let In:
I quote from jour "In Business
Circles" dated Aug. 28, ns follows:
"Ono of the happy features of the
situation Is that t!.e I.1TTLI3 MAN,
tho SMAMj Dt:A!,i:il, Is doing well.
Well, hcre'a Hie proof ns to how
the small denies gots uff. A ship
ment of potatoes was made to Ho
nolulu fiom one of tho other islands
nnd the small dealer's returns wero
1G bags potatoes
i bold nt $K0 per bag. . . ,3.0O-
1 sold at Sll.-r, per bag.... 1.S0
12 sold at $0.4.-, per bag.... fi.lO
Less commission, 5 per cent... bo
Freight, 10c per hag 1.G0
Tho SMAMj dealer PAID for
these potatoes at point of shipment:
$1,150 per hag $21.00
Net to Small Dealer 7.80
Loss to Small Dealer $10.20
Tho explanation to Small Dealer
on tho small returns wero Hint tho
12 hags sold at Hie weio damaged,
yet the potatoes were nil exactly
alike, came from tho snmo field, and
wero new. Your very truly.
Maul, Aug. 31, 190D.
o r :
Building Lots, Manoa Valley
.Hillside Ave., 00x150.
Good soil, extensive view... $950.00
East Manoa Road 17,000 sq. ft. '
Desirable location $1,000.00
Upper Manoa Road 30,000 sq. ft.
A bargain at $2,000.00
Nuuanu Valley An acre build
inp lot on Nuuanu St., near
Country Club ,....$1,800.00
Houses for rent in all
parts of Honolulu.
Cor,' Fort and
A well built, two story
modern house 5 bedrooms
double parlors, hot and
cold water, two bath rooms,
electric lights, gas for light
ing and cooking; lerge mod
ern plumbing; large lanais.
Rooms have plenty of win
dow space. Servants' quar
ters. Let large.
Price, - $4500
The Best Cakes,
the best of every
thing come from
have the best fa
open to public
START A SAVING ACCOUNT.
BANK OP HAWAII, LTD.
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' BURNS HANDS.
(Continued front Pace 1)
to tho southward of Japan. The
Inhabitants speak a distinct dialect
that lcqiiiics tho torviccs of u spe
The Ilrst complaint against the
woman was lodged with United
States Immigration Inspector Drown,
nnd he In tuin referred Urn catu to
United States District Attorney
llroclvons, the hubhand, Matsu, pro
ducing in oof that ho emigrated to
Hawaii with tho incused his wlftf
In December, 1907. Ho btatcd
that in Ma), 190S, the left him nnd
went with a Chinese, named Chin
Fat, nnd In ordr to hide her ldcntl-
i i .'-H
PROGRAM FOR THE.WEEK. it
Jt Thui-bday, Sept. 2, 11 n. in. it
tt Kx-Qiiccn I.IHiHiknlant's birthday It
It reception, 8 p. ni. Hand concert t!
tt mid ball at Young Hotel. J!
Friday, Sept. 3, 10 .1. m. Visit tt
tt to lllsh.ip Museum. 1 p. in. St
St Mcichants' Association luncheon tt
SS nt Comnieictnl, 7:30 p. in, l.uau St
tt given under auspices of Major J. SS
SS J. Fern, at Seaside Hotel. SS
SS Saturday, Sept. 4, Jjill day). SS
SS AroumKhe Island nuto trip; visit SS
SS to pineapple plantations. SS
SS Siindny. Sept, ", 1-5 p. in., base- SS
tt ball nt Athletic l'ark between SS
SS teams of man)' nationalities. 10 SS
SS p. ni. Leave on S. S. Manna tt
SS Ken for Kauai Island. SS
st ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ss t: tt tt ss ss tt tt ss
ty nnd prevent her husband from
gaining knowledge of her where
ahoutu nssuincd tho dicss of a Chi
nese woman. The masquerade was
successful, nnd It took the experi
enced attaches of the District Atlor
ncy'B office to point out the few
minor failures in the matter ot
dress which tho woman had over
looked In her attempt to hide her
Tho nbofcolnto determination that
the woman had to conceal tho fact
of her first marriage' is shown In
tho agony she limit have undergone
to lemovo fiom her hands tho tell
tale marks that ate usually placed
upon tho hands of )ouiig brides in
the piefecturo of Okinawa nt tho
tlmo of tho marriage. Tho wars
still show,, and tho nrhl limns that
the woman hoped would destroy all
traces of her mnrrlago aro plainly
Chin Fnl, husband No. ", Is nlfo
In the rusiury of tho Fedi Ml ofll
clnl.i, the complaining husband, Jfnt
su stating that ho located the
wheicaboutH of his wife last Satur
day and that when he went to the
house nt IJwa wlicio she was living
with tho Chinese he whs tin own out
of the place), the womnii stoutly main
tnlnlng that she was not hlJ wife at
all, but u native of the Celestial Km
pile that had never even teen the
I'orfectuie ot Okinawa, Japar.
Malsu refused io he louvluced even
by tho arched eychiows and oiled
hair of his wife, ami went mid told
his trouble to lmmlgiation Inspec
tor III own.
When tho woman was arrested at
Kwa thcro was a demonstration
against her by tho other Japanese
from Okinawa, who aie noted for
their extreme, loyalty to their nntivo
province. Ono of tho women grasped
her roughly by tho arm and de
manded to know why she. lind left
a good Okinawa husband for a Chi
nese. Hut for tho presence of the
officers thcro would havo been n
biiia'l sized riot precipitated by the
'luejtiou of tho respective merits ns
husbands of men from tho Perfecturc
of Okinawa and a man of tho na
tivity of Chin Fat.
The cliargo against tho woman la
adultery, and the hearing will ho
concluded this afternoon.
MRS. KELf 01 DEAD
Word conies from Kona that Mrs.
Sam Kellinol died Tuesday morning
from typhoid pneumonia. Mrs. Kelli
nol went to Kona from her homo In
Wnlluku Io attend' her father, Mr.
Yates, who has been III. Her demi.io
adds another to tho lost of those who
havo succumbed to tho typhoid cpl
domic prevalent through tho Konas.
The "Arnold" new knit mesh
Are nrpnounccd by fcviry wearer as
the ideal garment for this climate,
Price COc nt
Don't Poison Ba
FOIITV YIJAKS AJO nlmo-d every mother thought her child must lnva
paregoric or laudanum to tuako it n'.cep. Theio drujri will produco sleep,
and nrcw drop loo many will produce tho Mocji JVmit Aililrh llicro is
no wiililng. Jlany nro tho children who have heen hilled or whoia health han
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each ot which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists nra prohibited from selling either of tho
nnrrotks named to children ul nil, or to unjhody, without labeling t'leni
"pohion." Tho definition of "narcotlo" li: "-1 m&Uctne tehhh relieve ixiiip
mulpiutlucet ileep, but tchieh in jtomuou$loac jroJcci fn;wr, covin, convul
thus eiml death." Tho taste and smell of medicines containing opium nro dlt
gulscd, and sold under tho names of "l)rop," "Cordials," "Boothlng Synipa,"
etc. You should not permit any luedlclno to bo given to your children witliou1,
you or your physician know ot what it Is competed. Cusloiliv docs not ton.
Tlio T SSa-4U """ Biinriuili!CHcmitiio
signal ure of Jistffi&?cAtM CiistoHn
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
"IbiiTC frequently prtwrlNil Caftlnrla for com
mon kllmcuuot thllilr. n with gmtl ri.nln."
W. A. ClIlMULf., M. I).,
lluaUo, N. V.
"Ai the futhcr of Ihlrtrcn clilMnn I crrtatnly
know fomenting nlout your great mcdlttiio ui..l.
fttMa from my own family eiperlcnre, t have, In
my ycnrit of practice, fourtt Cl'torlft s popular an.1
cClclcnt rimtdy In blmoftt every homo."
'a. J. iIcCaix.1, M. 1).,
Children Cry for Fietcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.1
pin nut I
DH. FREDERIC 11ELI, PH. D.
Is Without a Peer As a Phrenologist and Phjsiogomist.
The Doctor will tell you why one person 13 a failure while another
succceJs. He will nbo point out whether you arc best adapted 'for' Jaw.
yer, doctcr, prcaoher, teacher, actor) mne, mnsician, commerce, -the.
army, navy, tie. He will also tell yott the studies which will moat
enhance jour beys' and girls' success in the truest and best sense,
without the possibility of a ini3takc through the exact science of Phre
nology and Physiognomy.
Complete Chart Terms Moderstc. '
FREE IECXURE! Sunday afternoon, at 3 'o'clock, Hawaiian Ho
tel lanai: "Where Arc Heaven and Hell located V
Classes now forming in the occult and new thought. For full prr
ticulars call on Dr. and Mrs. Bell at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Suifo
40, 42 and 44. Hours 10 to 5 nnd 7to 0. Sundays only by appoint- -ment;
also by phone 715 any day.
Royal Hawaiian Opera Houso
MONDAY, SEPT."0. WEDNESDAY, "SEPT.-8.
MR. W. D. ADAMS PRESENTS
Withers Concert Co.
HERBERT WITHERS. Cello.
MME. ELZY, Pianist. CHARLES BENNETT, Baritone.
An unusual program.
Orchestra, $1.80; 1st tow upstairs,, $1.00; back of
1st row, 75c; balcony, 50 c.
heats on sale at iiergstrom Musio Store.
COME VIA ISTHMUS.
Tentative Inimlfntitloii 11 hum In
clude; tho oxchnngo of Jupuncso for
I'nrtuRiicko with tlio Moslem-Oriental
Ste.inisuln Co., ns tho inuJlum ot
transportation. Should Special
ABPiit A. .1. Ciuu'iliell'B worU In tho
Azoies icsult in thu scrmtiiK ot ilo
slinhlu (.olonlstu for tlio Hawaiian
Inliincla, tlioy will most likely bo
shipped to tho iBthimiH of Tchuiin
tepoc 011 tlio Atlantic boats of tho
Anicrlcan-IIir.viillan Co., nnd fiom
theio to tlio islands on thu Aniuilea
Minn nnd Mniithu Mnrti, tho b.hiiu
boats tnkliiK .liip.iueso fiom horn In
woik In tho Kiuthein republics.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
I.00 Put nnd Ah Tim wero today do
clmod not jjiiniy in thrt l'ollco Comt
for nn nll"ged minor nsbnult on n Ha
waiian woman. They look u bundle
of rlnihii uwiiy fiom her which they
had Jiibt coinpleti'd for her at a slip
uliiluil Hum, nml Shu hud ntlcuipted to
walk ofr with them after p.iylns only
Pint of (he pileo. She could not puno
that Him was hint or her clothes torn.
Two IntliicsH llri-iihci rubes, those of
M. Nmla and Hondo, who nio chniKod
with I'ondiiclliiR IodnhiK housos with-
ntpajliiK tho piopcr IoriiI tax, has
Bono over until thu Sth of this mouth.
"I flrwl your CVtorU It very brntCclal la tLd
treatment of cUMnn'a ailmrnM."
1'. 1J4VW, M. D ,
"t r.l.lM( fn wlijit urn enllf ralefit rc!telnrfi.
tthi ro t,uil.i r alono knows nbatrn.ll u pnt l.i ibtm.
lint 1 Know lliojormujaoi jonri usioriaan isutiu
llurolnlrnHTcn a. Iplfloll t-i Imia tery two.
t ul, H trill u Luiukaa family mtOlctnc."
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because through sixty years no
honest effort has been spared to
give the public a dentifrice that
the teeth require. It is an alkaline,
slightly astringent, deliciously fra
grant deodorizer and tonic for the
tooth and mouth structure. Use
Sozodont. It is absolutely pure.
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