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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER 2UBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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If to do were as easy as to know
what were eocxl to do, chapels had
been churches and poor men's cot
tages princes' palaces. Shakespeare.
Thn (?harlpHtoun (Mass )
who gac n hoy hrought heforo him
the iiltcrnntlto of enlisting In tho " P"-'.iciu-u.
nay or going to Jail showed a mis- Tll cr "" down tho street
conception of tho nnMil scrvlco 1IK a '"Wo ollptlc.il douglitnut a
which cannot ho too soon corrected. fllR of humanity occupying the
The nay Is not n reform school. oulcr !!' ""' abiding tho inner
, . seats ns If they were halted with
Hcforc a Southern locomotho en- "' iwpor n'I lncks. At tho next
glncer futnlly Injured In n train corner " v,oiii.in with n Imby In her
wrcik would accept n glass of hls- nrms "tennis the car. Does a man,
Key he summoned witnesses to tea- tr woman, either) mote oer In
tlfy that ho had not been drinking. "'It "" "' unnonlently nnd
That Is one ot the reasons why Pie- safoy n'"1 Sl'nt before tho car
sldents like to shake hands with the "tarts- Not In Honolulu. Tho wo
men at the throttle. "nn scrabbles tho best she can over
. his feet, and Beats herself with a
It Is fortunate Hint the mb-rom- sigh, while tho man gazes across tho
mlttec on lmpcil.il defense, 'which street with nn expression of bored
whs appointed u Investigate tho crl- submission.
tklsms in.i liy Admiral Lord At tho next comer a very old lady.
Charles Heic&ford of tho stnto of tho scarcely nbfo to climb tho high steps
HrltlBh navj, was able to report that of tho car tries to enter. Surely
no danger to tho country had result- that well dressed man will assist
ed from tho Admiralty's arrange- her! He doesn't seo her, that Is it.
ments. Any other conclusion might She clings for nn Instant, as If un
hno precipitated another attack of nble to g.iln the high step, painful
listeria, and what Kngland needs l pulls herself over his feet, nnd tho
Is some sort of soothing potion to Jolt of the starting car throws her
quiet Its nerves. Into the scat besldo htm, but ho
a m i doesn't seo her.
An expert In. tho difficult nrt of Soon a man whoso face Is drawn
exterminating mosquitoes claims nt with suffering stgunls tho car. Tho
last to have found nn easy way. As conductor comes forward to help
their breeding places nre In swampy him, nnd fairly dings him across tho
lands or In stngnnnt water nnd tho feet of the man .In the end ot tho
season for their breeding In the tern- seat, who, however, docs not seo
peruto zono Is In April and May,
permanganate ot potash scattered
over these pMccs will bo nn offec-
tlve destrojer. Ho claims that two
ccnts' worth will suffice for an acre,
and that two application will do
' the work. If this cure were applied
In Hawaii every month In tho J ear,
the coat would be Infinitesimal when
compared with the benefits.
VICTOR HUGO FESTIVAL
The dedication ut tho Kodln sta
tue ot Victor Hugo In I'arls on Sept.
2u will bo made tho occasion of a
week's celebration In memory of tho
lioct. Tho observances will Include
an official ceremony ut tho l'anthcon,
a revival of "Lo Uol s'Amuso" at
the Comcdle Fiancnlso nnd n feto In
front of Notio Damo. These nro unl-
que honors to an author's famo even
at a time when literary commemor-
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tlons have paid centennial tributes
to their great writers within tho
' )car, but it has remnlned for lrnnco
t to out do them nil by devoting a
i week's festival to Hugo.
I f ' Tho date chosen for the cclebrn-
I Hon Is tho fittlcthSiuniversnry of the
i appearance of tho book of verso on
which his reputation ns a poot largo-
ly rests, "La Legcndo des Slecles."
Hugo's gnlus ns poet, novelist,, drn-
matist, prophet was so man) sided
that ho has left posterity an em-
barrnssment of anniversary to cele-
hrate. In 1912 will occur tho semi-
centennial of "Lcs Mlscrables."
Next j ear will mark both tho eight-
leth anniversary of "Hernanl" nnd
the, triumph of romanticism on tho
French stnge and tho twenty-fifth
annlvrsarj; of Hugo's death.
' A large audlenco on the American
sldo of tho water knows Hhgo ns a
great romance writer, nnd n smaller
circle l acquainted with his plujs,
hut comparatively fow read his
poems.' With his famo ns a polltl-
clan womre even less familiar. Hugo
made his vorso tho vehicle of a pow-
er'ful political Influence. Ho satlrlz-
cd1 "Napoleon tho Little" In two ot
his most impassioned volumes. In
1870 ho was inndo Senntor for llfo.
If Whittlcr hud written "Tho Scar-
let Letter," nnd had been elected
Senntor from Massachusetts as a ro-
ward for his nntl-slnvcry, vcrBo nnd
Ills denunciation of Mcbstcr, we
' should huvo n partial parallol lo tho
Hugo's vanity, his colossal cgotlBm,
bis cxtrnvagnmes ot style huvo miulo
him fair game for tho critics. Yot Tho dispatch fuithor declares that
he author who at eighteen wns call- geologists are of tho Impression that
ed by Chateaubriand "tho sublime tho recently dlsco'vercd envorn Is tho
child," whom Swinburne extolled as famous "Lost Lotislana Mlno," which
a poet and who for nenrly fifty onrs was a wealth pioducer for tho Span
was the literary autocrat of 1'innce, laids inoro than n century ago. An
is secure in fame as tho great genius instructor In a Southern university
of French literature, nt tho nine- Is preparing to oxplnre tho find,
teenth century. ' A public which has filled scores of
fentrred at the Pmtoffirr at Honolulu
a second -ctiM matter
SEPTEMBER 11, 1909
STREET CAR POLITENESS
Any line wishing to board n Btreot
car during the clouded hours la glv-
l" nmpie opportunity tor uie study
ot politeness ns It Is practiced, not
him. And this Is not fiction It lJ
actit il observation. Of course tho
cripple should hn0' taken u enr-
rlago Instead of a car, hut unfor-
tunntely, crutches and carriages are
not Siamese twins. Perhaps the
man Is praIng that tho crlpplo will
not fall backward, that he will not
stumble over the pair of No. 10's In
the way, and that ho will gain a seat
before tho c,ar throws him Into the
nlsle, but his expression does not
When the man In tho end sent
reaches his home, how will ho treat
his wife? Will ho brlwjj out tho
most comfortable chair for her? Do
ou think hu will ilsc when her
guests nrrlvo? Will ha raise his hat
when ho meets her on tho street?
Wo doubt It. The man who Is In
variably kind to his wife Is Instinct-
Ivolv Iflnrl tn nvnot mm Aid.. mlin
uecia Ma )lc)
,,ow a,)0Ut ' RcnerntIon?
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tho came, can hardly) hopo to havo
his ton develop Into Jn Chesterfield.
MINE PROMOTION .VINDICATES
The story copies from Hot Springs
nrk that should furnish a timely
thought for poor people of Hawaii
who have been cnvelghcd Into pass-
Ing tho nearby opportunities for pro-
HUblo Investment In home cnter-
prises all for tho pleasure ot pour-
Ing their money Into various literal
and imnginnry holes In the ground
sufficiently far away to mako them
appear attractive '
IllcUard' Heritor of Hot Springs
own an old whlto mule. While tho
animal is no moro Intelligent than
mules of another color, it Recently
dropped Into famo; or, to bo moro
explicit. Into a hofo In tho ground,
Illchard Horner's old whlto mulo
Is .strong; also obstinate. Bevcral
du)s ago, while being driven to the
plow, tho quadruped refused to pass
over n corner ot tho field. Aftor
persuasions in tho shape of threats
and cuffs tho mulo reared up on his
hind legs, nnd theft disappeared from
Bight. As soon ns tho owner had
recovered his astonishment ho Instl-
luted an investigation. Putting his
oyo to tho ground ho discovered a
great hole. Further Inquiry show-
ed that his nronerty wns exploring
the depths of a cavern. Horner,
with tho assistance of neighbors and
n block and tackle, finally rescued
Ills old whlto mulo.
holes In the ground with hundreds
ot thousands of dollars will bo in
terested in this latest discovery ot
something which may contain mil
lions of dollifrs in tho product which
tins not been described In tho dis
patch. Unfortunately the old white
mule Is not fit to net ns a promoter
for n thing which he, sho or It
might, but for tho lack ot speech
describe in nllurlng terms. With
out tho assistance ot the tnulo the
public must turn to tho Instructor
In geology who proposes to see It the
lost mlno has been found.
Through tho old white mulo tho
philanthropists who havo been pro
moting holes lo the ground for many
ears are vindicated In their fre
quent assertions that euch bores are
other than figments of tho over
wrought minds of men money mad.
Til ere Is the' hole nnd there Is the
old whlto mule, or his master, to
ouch for Hie story.
Whutever'the Louisiana mlno con
tained back In tho days when tho
Spaniards hhd tho audacity to set
their foot In Scnntor Jeff Davis'
country, tho prospects now nro
bright for nn alluring Rtory from
that Instructor In geology who Is
about to explore (he now hole In
At least 900,000 people In the j
East and u fair percentage In Ha
wall havo beautifully framed certi
ficates of stock In those wonderful
mines which could not bo found im
mediately after the engineers start
ed to begin feverish plans for the
enrichment of the stockholders. Oth
ers hnvo memories of other distant
enterprises that looked well pa pa
per, resslmtstlc people wero wont
to declare that tho investors had
been swindled. Of course such as
sertions caused deep pain to tho pro
Hut what wero they to do.
in some unnccountnblo manner the
earth had closed on their bonanza.
Tho spirits of tho mines may have
been accountable for the numerous
thefts. Hut now through the good
offices of the truo blue old white
mulo thoy are to bo vindicated for
all time. A hole In tho ground docs
exist. It may havo been worked by
tho Spaniards. As the people who
Invested In the mine aro all dead
no one can tell whether the proper
ty disappeared soon after finely en-
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley.
Size of lot 100x150,' House consists
of living room, dining room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. New
ly painted inside and out and mod
em in every particular. Price
$4,500.00, cash or easy payments.
Cor, Fort end
HONOLULU, ? ,H BATHHOSEim 1, 009
A - well built, two story
modern house S bedrooms
double', parlors, hot and
cold' water,' two bath rooms,
electric lights, gas for light
ing and cooking; large mod
ern plumbing; large lanais.
'Rooms nave plenty ' of', win
dow iipaoe. Servants' quar
ten. Lot. large.
Price, - $4500
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Frethiy cooked, or cold ones,
at the Alexander Young
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Low Rates,.,; Quick Service.
grossed certificates ,ot stock had beon
Issued. However, eager folk will
nopcinai tre scoiogisi wno is nooui
to explore the latest1 find will secure
such Aflnfye knowledge as to its di
mensions that it may bo fenced in
a manner to keep it from falling
out ot sight Just; about tho time that
new stockholders 'figure that their
profits during the first strike of pny
illrt will more 'than cover their loss
es In prcvlnus 'investments In holes.
In the ground.
PostmasterGoncral Hitchcock will
namo a successor to Frank F. McMil
lan ns chief postofflco inspector. It
is understood In Washington that a
man from tho west will got tho place.
In holding Argylo Lett to tho grand
Jury, for the killing of Durwood Dent
wood, the court at Henderson, Ky de
cided that killing was sometimes Jus
tifiable, but that Lett had chosen tho
wrong tlmo.i .
' Bulletin Business Office Phone 259.
PnlWIn WHori! Hnnm Phone ISb
Furnished cottages at Punahou,
Beretania1' ..' rnd Waikiki Beach,
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
the city." - .' ''
in Visiting Cards,
and Recepti6n, In
fronv Copper plates.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
OR. BELL'S r-sk
Tomorrpw afternoon at 3 o'clock
on tho broad Innal ot the.' Royal Ha
waiian Hole), tho eminent teacher
and orator, Dr,, .Frederic' Hell, Ph.
U., will deliver tho third ot bis ser
ies ot Sunday frco lectures.
ur. lien naa cnoscn ior nis lexi
tho biblical passage 'Young Men
Will Dream Dreams and Old Men
Will Seo Visions."' Ho VIII explain
dreams, visions, prophecies and rev
elations according to the biblo and
the lecture promises to prove ot un
usual Interest. " '
No admission fco Is, charged, tne
lecture b'elng absolutely free, and
trje public Is .cordially dnvitd.v
MAN IS-SAVED , , "
FROM WATERY GRAVE.
(Continued from Pace 1)
It was mostly coal on 'the water
front today, heaps ot III and small
quantities walking around, which
iii closer examination' provd Ik bo
seamen. ,, Tho Washington, Tennes
see, West Virginia, South Dakuts
are at, present engaged In puttlnf
thcimfclve rmtsldo of tile fblack tib$)i
oq the 'Wharves, and it Is rjosslblelbat
they wllf finish this ,'eveqllng. Tho
Pctiniiylvanla, Maryland i and Colo
rado, now off port, will afonco'take
their. places after they move out. -As
all tho boats are taking ,coai
on from one side, the crews are n"t
trying for records, but rapid wor,k.
Is being made ot the 17,000 or 20,
000 tons on the wharves.. . The boys
ot tho West Virginia this mornlnt,
were sailing Into their pile at C
o'clock nnd during ono hour put
140 tons away.
Thcro are, roughly speaking,
about 7,000 men on the, fleet, in
cluding officers and men. There
will be no shoro leave from the Ave
docked until tho vessels ,aro coaled,
on tho good old maxim, work befora
play, and thereafter there will bt
liberty imrtlcs from ench vessel un
til tho 20th, when ttho bqats, com
tnenco to mako their trial runs
around tho Islands.
Funeral Held. ' ,-
The last rites over the remains of
This .time it's Jhe' "Arnold" Knit
The very best band for baby,
made of wool, or part silk and part
wool, or all silk. Price 40o to $1,15
each. ' -
I.. M. f.s-tnMfilfV Anil f!. P. MrTtarmntt '
of, the crew of the Colorado were
hold this morning, interment being
In the naval n ot. Nuuanu Cemetery,
The flags ot all the cruisers were
at half mast tor the .victims ot the
tragedy, the cortego landing near
the Iroquois at 9:15. The band of
the Colorado, firing party, ,i escort
and mourners composed the fGncrnl
cortege that escorted th 'pall-bearers'
and their sad burden to (ho cemo;
.twr., ,. y
Captain C. T. H. Moore, Surgeon
J. T. Kennedy, Chief Engineer H. O.
M. Wallace and other officers of tho
Colorado attended the funeral ,1
Squid Squelches. ',
Hctwecn the Alakea wharf ana
the, old Pacific Mall wharf this
morning an adventurous squid was
captured by several Hawallnns and'
.held up for. the, edification of the
Tennessee's boys. It measured about
a foot and a halt In diameter, it an
octonus can be said to have a di
ameter, and went through the usuai'j
evolutions of a squid In distress un
til Its captors disposed dt It and boro
it off for future feasting.
Roster Wrong. - . .
Tho many tran.fcrs thnt too'..
place In the personnel of the fleet
just before It left San Francisco Is
th4 causo of several, mistakes In the
ftfflclal roster of the fleet as yeste'
day prepared by Lieutenant Com
mander Sargent, fleet secretary, fo;
(he press. Tho commander ot Ilia
California was given as Captain V.
..'.' Co tt man, who was A transferred
Just before the departure. Captain
Mayo Is now in command.
More in Em. - - -
Ono of the. officers of the Colora
do in speaking this morning on tin
recent trip of the fleet, rcmarkd
that he was certain that the flott .stcem'.V
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would be' dble to make e'ven bettor
time on their next long run of tho
cnilse, which will be b'ctweeh Admi
ralty Island, 'and Manila. "We cer
tainly are all very much pleased ovVr
the trip which finished yestcr.lay,
niu', with Hie exception fo tho accl
('( nt which look place on the Stn,
hit trip 1 ns been all that any one
could ask fcr . ' "
"Our ships have not been extend
ed to their utmost, and when wo
s(art out on our trial trip,, under
forced draft some time this m6ntli,'
we will bo able to show the rest of
tho world that our ships can travel
If they have to.
' 'Thb .accident, which spoiled our
trip to some extent, was ono of those
things, that could not bo prevented,
and .we all hopo (hat there will not
bo another one. , 5
"During tho' entire ' trip .'tne en
gines worked ,Mke. clock wtfrk.V'an'l
taking'- Into consideration the'-fabt'
thjit;'mbit-"o.7 tlie-mcai,-,we)' nsJJln
tho nre Toom, the trtp"Wa's nil1 the
"Ily the tlmo that wo arrive back
here in February the. men will all
bo well seasoned, and when jve, start
for San Francisco it Is safea to iay
that alt "previous records ""will bo
smashed." ,' .' , . l .
Admiral Sebree's fleet, now visit
ing the , Hawaiian waters, I' include
men of professional standing. Thcro
aro lawyers, diplomats, statesmen,
teachors, preachers. and even pugil
ists. i Midshlpmnn C. E. Pugh ot the
cruiser Colorado, according to some
ot his brother officers, is an authori
ty on international., law. Ho la
thoroughly familiar with the laws
of almost all nations In the world.
.Although, lie had tried "to, pracjilco
law In on of, the blg cities In tho
Slates, he changed lils mlrid at the
last moment and took up the study
j ' i ' "
Let' us show you'J?50
kinds of (iron beds 7 at H
,J specially tedcedfiws'
during the.iiext' fewdays
SUFFERED FOR YEARS
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MBS. CHAS. QHOS LOUIS, Indian
Lorette, Quebec, Can., writes)
' 'For yean I Muttered from a dltemit
that tti tfocton. dUnot uodenUnd.
"Onedajr I read in the. paper about
j ybnt excelle'fll fefriedy'rerun . I pro-
j cnrWCDrftUDf.rtSrblc It according
to directions, it was not long until i
observed a change for A better.
'I can s'ajr litPoruriha enred me.
I could Tlor, take. 'jny Aourlsbment ex
.pUnllk'J ".i ',y
"I will at all times uy good word
I hold irjn the highest
Not only women of rsink and letsur.
praff. Peruna, but the industrious, use
ful women engaged tu manual toll
would not be wltbout'Dr. Uartman'a
Th. doctor has prescribed it for many
thomshd women ovoBj year and h.
never falls to recclvefa multitude of
letter, like the atioTej thanking him
for bis advlce,,and especially for tne
wonderful benefit reoelvod from IV
1'he following wholesale druggist
Benson! Smith i"co., Honolulu,
of navigation. Jt Is nlleged thnt all
questions wlilrh effect the Interna
tional affairs are referred to him for
decision. t- ;
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,' HgABD AT BRBJAKFAST.
' '"I uxpit.tu bef n woalher nronlipt In
riiy home trnvn,'.'. conidede tho now
boardVi:, asJlM.sfrarcjl a potato with
Wf;H." 7i j
"So?" xolnmentcd :tho comedian
"Yes, and every time I look at that
stoak It remlnds'mocit a winter's day."
'."Cold and raw," ,
'"Quito clover. 4 Iluwidoes tho coffee
"That . reminds mo of Novcmbor
day cloudy and' unsettled."
"Good. And do younotlco that tho
landlady Is watching us?"
"Yes, nnd sho reminds mo of a
March dny?" ,
I'TjbII us whV.':
r colrliand slnrmv " 'J
And tho look that tho landlady
passed down Jto Uiat end of tho tablo
would ,havo. congealed a red hot stovo.
Bulletin Business Offlcc Phone 28.
Snlletin Editorial RoWn Phone 189.
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