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EVENING nULLRTlN.IIONOLULU. T. H.; THURSDAY, SG
PT. lfi. 1009
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly inued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBEE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Farrlngton, - Bdltor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii
T - I Editorial Rooms, - 185
l Cl.)BuaIne88 Office, - 256
Fortune is ever seen accompany,
injr industry, and is as often seen
trundling a wheelbarrow as lolHnjr
in a coach and six. Goldsmith.
Maul deserved It.
- -L I J
Hallo 'g toinet scorns to have nr
rlrcil ahead of ttmo just to keep in
toncli with the spirit of the hour.
Oovernor Johnson's operation wns
n complete success, hut we wait with
apprehension the fate of tho pa
tient. We ran make It unanimous when
talking of harbor Impiovemcnta, and
thofo after all arc n ship subsidy of
no mean order. . . ,
l . lu.
Honolulu's waterfront on Regatta
Day should present a scene that will
make n lasting Impression on the
minds of departing guests.
'Kuhlo Is the next candidate for
Dclcgnta to Congress. The senti
ment Is general throughout the Is
lands regardless of any suggestions
thul have been niailo by his associ
ates in Congress.
Jt does Hawaii good to have the
ships of tho navy como to this sec
tion for business. The ninneuvcis
ii ml tho target practice of next week
will be tho opening guns of another
phaso of our glorious future.
.'Tho trip nmong tho public
rchoo was tho best c.t." This
'I'utiKitttxIonnl tribute to tho schools
cif Honolulu shows that a good
Hilinol touches tho heart of an Amer
ican more deeply than any exhibit
that cnu bo offered.
Has Hawaii County no sense of
shame? Can't tho ieoplo at least
promise to reform after tho Con
gressional delegation had been mov
ed to stump n Hawaii- County road
us tho no plus ultia of all that
ought not to be?
Seattle Is getting a new servlro
for freight and pamcngerB to Hono
lulu. Urn Angeles is after one. All
of them nro looking to Hawaii, nii'l
tlivru will soon bo enough business
to Biipport transpoitatlon lines to
tho thrco great ports of tho Pa
tide. Torpedo boats going up tho river
to meet I'rcsldent Tnft Indicates that
everything that can count will bo
luought Into the campaign for Im
piovlng Inland wnter ways. Even
Mr. llartholtlt will not disapprove
mirli use of the engines of war that
torn pel peace.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS,
.That wns a timely reference made
by Congressman Mcl.achlan to tho
freight-carrying steamship lines that
talic a very large percentage of tho
freight of this Territory and up to
tho piesent day do not reciprocate
wlOi accommodation for a single
Although one line has sumclent
patronage between Honolulu and
l'jclflc coast ports to maintain two
magnificent freight steamers on n
legulnr schedule, it does not provido
for one passenger. And although
tho matter of passenger necessities
wan brought forcibly to tho atten
tion of the opointors of tho line both
by local people and tho local agent,
tlui only recognition gained for Ho
nolulu's passenger needs In tho
splendid now steamers now building
especially for this route, was pluns
lor only forty ieopio
Wo aio pleased that this has at
tracted the notlco of ablo thinking
men turning hero on n tour of ob
servation, p.utlcul.irly men who do
fclro that tho American mei chant
imirlno shall bo retained In at least
this poitiou of tho raclflc.
Thero Is not tho slightest doubt
that the passenger tralflc of theso
islands would bo amply taken caro
of If tho lines that carry the freight
of Hawaii made piovlalon for the
Ono steamship line, wo nro happy
to nay, is building up on this basts.
It has mado n good start, Hi cry
steamer It has built and placed on
Per Sil Monlna 0 ,Hn
Pt Vetr, tnywhut in U.S I.oo
Pet Vest n)rwhtre In Cnd.,, I.fto
PtrVcar xltld, loitixn a.ou
tnttred at the Pottofficc at Honolulu
m Kecond-cLast tuaittr.
SEPTEMBER 16, 1909
regular runs has had somo ac
commodations for passengers, not
elaborate, to bo sure, but neverthe
less a recognition oT local needs.
This line will launch this week a
new steamer that has accommoda
tion for ono hundred and fifty pas
sengers. Unless some blow is struck
at the American merchant marine,
wo feel confident that other steam
ers will be built by tho same com
pany. This paper would solve our trans
portation problem, and It is a real
problem, life size and full grown, by
bringing to time the lines that carry
What nn exhibition for tills Tcrrl
toiy that during the last fiscal jear
wo should ship to and from Hawaii
and the mainland merchandise val
ued at sixty millions of dollars, and
still not have proper accommoda
tion for passengers.
Iliey sny that passenger business
nlono will not pay. We grnnt this.
Hut haven't wo millions of freight
to bestow? Are not the people of
Hawaii captains of their own des
tiny? Hnvo they lost the power to
Bay to whom they will g!o their
freight? Aro tho great interests or
the Islands In tho grip of a gieat
transportation combine if which
they are afraid?
Or Is It that tho commanding inter
ests of Hawaii have not given pas
rongcr tinnsportntlnn tho "place In
their discussion that It deserves?
Tho solution of this transporta
tion problem is in our own hands,
und since this Is so, and slnco it will
eventually bo poor business to turn
our patronage over to tho foreigners.
It seems tho better part of progres
sive citizenship to deote our ener
gies to commanding the American
owners and building up tho American
lines rather than opening the door
HALLEY'S HISTORIC COMET.
Appearnnco of Halley's comet in
tho heat ens almost co-Incident with
tho discovery of the North I'olo fur
nishes all tho setting for a tevlval
of tho portents associated with this
famous heavenly body since It was
discovered centuries ago.
This comet Is ono of tho travelers
of the sky that Is not seen by every
generation, and those who get a
view of it this year havo another
enure for congratulation that their
present tour on earth Includes tho
ear 1909. It Is one of the greatest
of astronomical exhibits.
The two most celebrated histori
cal appearances of Halley's comet
were In 10G6 and 14SC. The first
dato was that of tho Norman Inva
sion of Hnglaud, and each sldo
claimed the comet as a portent In
faor of themselves. Tho Normans
said that the comet wns set In tho
heavens to guide Duke William
across the channel, and tboso who
have (sited tho little museum at
Haycux-wlll remember that It forms
a notablo flguro In tho tapestry of
tho Duchess Matilda, which Is kept
in a glass case in the second room
In the thirty-second sceno of tho
tapestry is nn object ltko a huge
shuttlecock above a castle with n
group of Normans Btarlng nnd point
ing nt It, striking Anglo-Saxon at
titudes by anticipation at tho samo
time. Tho foremost of them Is sup
'posed to bo prophesying evil for Har
old, and tho inscription above them
is "Istl Mlrant Stella." William I.
was u great bcllevor In portents,
and ho mado tho most of the comet
In his nttack upon Harold nnd tho
The other famous nppearance of
the comet was In Hfifl, when It
spieud terror all over Km ope, and
In nil tho dim dies peoplo prajed to
bo delivered fiom tho Turks and tho
cornet. Three jears earlier Con
stnntlnc, tho last Emperor of lly
zantlum, had died the death of a
hoio on tho Sandjakdar Yokushar,
tile Sultan Mohammed had entered
tho city, nnd tho Church of St. So
phia had become, a inosque. Tho
Crusades worn over, nnd Christian
ity BPcmcd fated to succumb to Is
lam, for nothing wns ablo to slop
tho conquering Moslems. Then in
1-150 tho comet appeared lit the
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heavens, nnd Europe saw In It tho
scimitar of Othman, forfeiting tho
subjugation of Christendom. Its ap
pearance, according to tho chroni
clers of tho time, wns terrible; It
stretched ncioss tho sky like n wav
ing flame, and wns tho color of
molten gold, Tho Pope, Cnllxtus
HI., ordered that tho bells of tho
churches should be rung every dny
at noon, nnd that unhersal prayer
should be offered up to cxorclso tho
portent nnd to check the advance of
tho Turks. Then nt Inst, to tho
great relief of Europo, tho fiery yn
tnglian grow dimmer nnd fainter,
and nt last disappeared from tho
When next It appeared, In 1531,
Solymnn 1 had just been repulsed nt
Vienna, nnd Europo had becomo ac
customed to looking on Austria nnd
Hungary as tho barrier against tho
Turks, and so comparatively llttlo
notice wns taken of tho tomet ug n
In modem times comets havo
been looked upon ehlclly as the
means which will lit lug about tho
destruction of tho earth, nnd In
1832, isr,7 nnd 1872 tho end of nil
things terrestrial was positively pre
dicted. However, like tho comet of
HOC, these vlsllnnts pasted harm
lessly nwoy, and tho most worldly
minded uero content to note that
tho years In which n comet appeared
were usually icmarknbly good crop
years. In fuct, vintages oi comet
years were grcntly sought after, es
pecially that of 1811. Although Hal
ley's comet has never been famous
for tho excellence of tho crops
grown under It, let us hopa that this
year will be nn exception to tho rulo
In this respect.
Our citizens should renllro that
tho condition of Hawaii County's
onds is n Territorial disgrace nnd
reflects particularly on tho mnjoi
Ity power of tho electomtc. In
competents should bo voted down
nnd out It tlioy do not or cannot
follow Intelligent policies.
Do peoplo over Btop to think of
tho fact that tho behavior of nun
thousand men landing In tlilH city
from n passing trnnsport Is ii splen-
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the cur
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
ern in every particular. Price
$4'500.00, cash or easy payments.
'.t , Cor, Fort and
u. .! . (Sfei'Tt VjriisJK ''jfcifc- JtdtUiitab,& iv.in.uii,.., jy.i. u.JL.
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel Street corner of the
Younc Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
lo 11.30 p.m.
Use, -it in
did trlbuto to tho high stundlng and
geueint good climnster of tho en
listed men of tho army? The same
may bo said with equal force of tho
men of tho navy.
Let's tnko off our coats and mako
n winning fight to bring tho In
creasing number of' peoplo to Ifn
wall In steamers flying tho American
flag. Hawaii lias tho inspiration,
the energy and should have the faith
In our future to do it. If peoplo
who have mado their money In Ha
waii will reinvest It fqr tho further
upbuilding of Hawaii, wo have tho
PLEASING TO GEORGE.
"fleorge," whispered tho gushing
young bride, ''when I bend you that
box of cigars by mall nnd put twenty
stars for kisses on n slip of paper,
what kind of mall will It bo?"
"I don't Know what Uncle Sam
will call It," laughed George, ns ho
packed his suit-case, "but I'll call It
Furnished cottages at Punahou,
Berctania ?t., rnd Waikiki Beach,
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
Merchant Streets, j j .' ,
9 I The J
in Visiting Cards,
and Reception In
lessly . executed
from Copper plates
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
NO PARADE OF
PACIFIC FLEET HERE.
(Continued from Pace I)
Second Division To Hllo. .
Although jicrmlsslnn has been given
Admiral Harry by Admiral Sebieo to
go flhero ho pleases after tho speed
trials on Wednesday, nothing definite
linn bceji decided by Ailinlr i Harry
except that he may taku his four ships
lo visit Hllo ami the Volcano.
Ono of tho officers of the West Vlr-
glnn stated this morning that It was
almost certain that tho second divi
sion, consisting of tho West Virginia
Mnrjland, I'ciiiik 1 vnnlii nnd Colorado,
would mako the trip up from Maul
with tho cssels of tho first dlWslon
Local society peoplo who had tho
pood luck Of being present at tho re
ception nnd danco given on boaid the
cruisers West Virglna nnd Pennsyl
vania two years ago, will bo pleased
to learn that on Tuesday evening Soii-
tombcr :8th, Admiral Scbreo and tho
officers of the fleet will entertain- nt
n reception and danco on board tho
two flagships, and nt tho cud of the
Alakca street wharf.
Great nronnrntlons aro bolus mmln
to mako this event tho most gorgeous
ever given In Honolulu, nnd it Ih tin
nessnry to say that It will bo nn ovont
that will down In Honolulu's boctnl
A meeting of tho olflccrs was held
yesterday on board tho Tennessee, nnd
all thi details wcro gono over, nnd
comn: tiles nppolntod.
Preparing For Targets.
Outsldo of tho regular morning quar
ters nnd drills, everything on board
tho ships of tho t!"ot this moiulug Is
quiet. Tho speed trials of next week
and tho preparations for tho iinuual
target prncttco at Manila Hay arc go
ing nn quietly, n everything does In
Tho keenest rivalry exists nmong
tho eight ships in tho fleet, as to tho
outcome of tho tnrget practice this
fall, and every ifflcer Is doing his best
to hno his gun crew dillled to the
highest stato of efficiency. Tho Mary
land holds tho locord nt piesent In
tho fleet for recuid practice, and Is
second In b.ittlo practice
In bnttla prncttco tho rango is un
known, whllo In record prurtlcu eveiy
nnglo and rnugo is figured out to the
THOSE "ARNOLD" GOODS.
This time it's the "Arnold" Knit
The very best band for baby,
made of wool, or part silk nnd part
wool, or all silk, Price 40c to $1.15
Wahl Adding and
"Why should you buy an adding
machine when it can be done on
a typewriter, Any typewriter
operator can-manipulate it. Drop
in and see it work.
AGENTS FOR THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS.
With u ship going iihoud nt nearlj
full speed, iivery mini nt ,i gun has to J
bo constantly no the nleit, and for thU,
i canon all llio spate tlino from now
until Ihu piacticu lu .Manila Hay will
bo taken up in gun drills. I
Admiral Si In c a vei'J ituloim In
halo his first piarllco as ciimmiiudur
lu chief a icroid breaking one, und
for that re.iso cicrj ship Is having
plenty of gun drill.
Near Death Explained.
As exclusively it-ported In the II u I
let I n on Satiud.iy, Co-il J'uescr lie!
den of tho Colorado, v. hc was round
lloatlug astern race downwards Sutur-.
day morning and bioiaht on bonnl
appaienlly llfeloss und ulio v.iri
saved fiom death by tho hemic me.i.i
iiich of Assistant Suigsou H.iyv,u!,
explains Ids present in tho water by
saying that ho wtu taken. lolcm 111
with nausea eaily lu tho moiulug
when It was dark, and hoping v get
I ellef in tho open air. went to tho
rail along tho boat deck, and whllo
theio fainted, and In t.oino way fell
Guilty Being Tried.
Shortly after two bells, se.i tlino,
or to bo cnioro exact, 0 o'clock laud
time, n single gun was llCil fiom the
U. S. S. Colorado this morning, denot
ing that u general court miutliil was
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially' reduced prices
during the next few days
i . L'.l.lL.1-.- -yiffij
it is the general contain In tin- uiivv.
when sh'i-i mo riuhdii::Iii IbolH. in
designate certain ihps fur coin! uiui
ll.ll duty, bo today u number of nun
who liuvu- ImoKcii tupo of the nui'i
icgulatloiis mo IicIiik,' Iried for nil nui
ofTcilFCs aboard tho Ooliuado
Ono of tho olllctra of tho C'olonu'o,
whllo ushoio tho other nflornoon, h-i 1
his room on bo.ud entered b) one of
tho mesa atlenduuts, und u bum rT
(iioncy taken. Tho guilty man wn
found mid will probilily not oul 'hi
sentenced to dltdmmu.ililo dlfcli-ii-.i.
hut will nlsn do nhniit a year oi ii
lu the naval prison fur stealing
I'mll ''Yes, they hnvo kept u
diary of their lointship und nil ot
their pietty lit htti .nn registered"
Huby "(iriiclux,! It must be tort
THE PROPER MEASURE.
Said lie 'Jlojt of tho joiini; nio'i
In our ct cousldoi Miss I).T!aiio
Bald She- "Indeed! 1 had no Ido:i
her father was (hat wealiliv "
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