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EVENIKQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATUIWAY. 81M'T. 25, 1009
- Evening Bulletin
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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1009
Kllauea Is steaming up and me
teors are falling, all In preparation
(or the coming of the Shrlncrs.
Spain needs a victory. It lias
needed one for tho last century, but
the greatest of all will be when
Spain conquers Itself.
Dr. Cook will unquestionably fol
low the ndvlco to hire a hall In
which to tell his troubles. Ho will
make money at that business.
What the public doesn't under-1
stand Is why tho Territory appar
ently deforests In one section and
spends time and money reforesting
Religion is not a lot of things
that a man does, but a new lite that
he lives; net a thing for weak souls,
but a thin' '.r the manliest soul.
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Soattlo Is showing such oxcolleut
judgment In managing Its fair for
the benefit of business in the north
west that San KranclBco will need
to set n warm pace If tho Portola
Festival Is to offset It.
The quiet week Honolulu has ex
perienced Is ono of those periods tf
physloal exhaustion, In a few dn)8
it will be apparent that everybody
was merely taking n few breaths
previous to the fall and holiday rush.
President Toft has mado It mani
fest throughout his career that he
will not countenance religious Intol
erance, and he Is carrjlng It to tho
limit when ho refuses to recognlzo
that a Ocntlle church Is nny better
than a Mormon tabernacle.
II. O. Motheson's promotion to tho
editorial management of the morn
ing paper gives recognition to ono
of the active newspaper workers of
the city who Is well equipped for
his work, and If given free sway
will doubtless tako an optimistic
view of Hawaii's future
THE SHR1NERS' PILGRIMAGE.
Honolulu and all Hawaii should
put forward ovory effort to promote
and make glorious the contemplated
visit of tho San Francisco Shrlncrs.
Once a large steamer HLo tho
Sierra makes u successful trip to tho
islands under special charter, the
good work will doubtless bo kept up
during the winter. Other organiza
tlons will follow, and another ad
vance step will bo mado In getting
people to the Islauds under most fu-
forable conditions. As theso pion
eer meet with success general ex
cursion parties are likely to follow.
Properly fitted up the Sierra will
' be comfortable and create pleasant
Impressions at tho outset.
How much Injury a poorly
equipped vessel may do was exempli
fied by tho Los Angeles excursion
that camo to tho Islands on tho Ohio.
Tho steamer was a good hhlp of
Its class, but It was not of tho type
that had been anticipated, and tho
whole excursion landed In the Island"
with a grouchlncss that was amply
The boautics of Hawaii took somo
of this unhapplnees out of the sjs
terns of tho passengors, but It has
not been possible to got up another
Los Angeles excursion.
As tho Sierra Is operated by a cor
poration now doing business In tho
Islands, It should bo taken for
granted that tho steamer will bo
properly fitted. It thorcforo ro
mains for the people of tho Islands
, to do their utmost to mako pleasant
the' ways of the visiting Shrlncrs.
All tho harsh routes wll bo negn
1 Mated under the direction of tho lo
cal Shrlnern, who, bolng brothers,
have a right to treat their guests to
such hardships as custom provides.
'Cities of tho mainland enter Into
the sharpest competition to securo
Bhrlners' conclaves and great
amounts of money are spent for en
tertainment. First, because tho
, Bhrlners are good people, and, sec
, ondly,' their presence Is good busi
ness, as their tours draw the ntlea
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ftr Yur, mrwbcitlnUlS I.00
Pi Yer uwhtrrui Cvuda... I. so
Per Year po.tp.ld, Icaeiio a.uo
tlon of other Shrlncrs all over the
Next to the discovery of tho North
1'ole, tho Initiation of a band of
Shrluers held within tho borders of
tho greatest living volcano In the
world should bo nttrnctho reading
for tho Thanksgiving month.
The pllgrlmago will bo a great
thing for Honolulu and Hawaii, and
our people should tako it up with
BANANA PEEL JOKE.
A large, well-dressed man camo
down the stiecl tho other day, look
ing about him with evident pleasure.
Suddenly he seemed to hesltato, then
wilted backward, went down with a
thud, and his toes came nearer go
ing into his mouth than they havo
slmo tho da j a of his babyhood..
Epilepsy? Oh, no, Just a banana
1 hereupon a voung man who Is
the chief ornament in front o( u
cigar store asked: "Which nro
most numerous in Honolulu, ordl
n inccs or banana skins?" He said
tho unswer was "Ves."
Ordinances regarding the festivo
fruit sklti ure hard to enforce, for
tho reason that thcro is nothing
about tho pit or peel to indicate pre
vious ownership. The custodians of
tho pcaco might Investigate ever)
ono seen eating fruit on tho streets.
If tho remnants aro not concealed
about tho eater's person, they aro
pretty certain to bo lying somo
where on tho pavement, unsightly,
disease-breeding nnd dangerous.
To many people nn uccldcnt from
such a cause Is occasion for great
merriment (see nny ncar-comlc
supplement). They aro fond of
quoting: "Pride goeth before a
fall," overlooking tho fact that
crutches, Invalidism and oven death
oft follow after.
INCOME TAX DANGERS.
The slender thread li which tho
income tax amendment to tho consti
tution hangs is better understood
when ono realizes that twelve Stato
Senates tun block tho whole, pro
gram. This Is called to tho attention of
the people of New York Stato by
tho New York World, which coun
sels tho friends of the moasuro to
bu up and ut It earl) In the day.
Financial interests opposing tho In
come tax do not need to bo aroused.
Thoy aro nlwajs on tho nlcrt when
they have anything to gain or to
lose. Klghtlni: In tho open Is not
their habit. They havo quiet wnvs
of doing business under cover. To
get together thoy do not need to
hold conventions or plan public
It a majority of tho Senate In
each of as ftw ns twclvo States voles
against the Income tax amendment
It will bo lost, Fewer than 200
votes Judiciously placed In twelve
Stnte Senates would bo sufficient to
defeat It against tho unanimous voto
of thirty-four State Legislatures.
In tho election of tho Legislatures
which will deal with tho subject,
many Issues, mostly local, will fig
ure. The income tnx amendment Is
In danger of being overlooked as a
minor matter unless special efforts
are made to keep It In tho finnt.
Popular Indifference Is tho condition
Its opponents ilcslro most as further
ing tnelr ends.
Thcro Is not tho slightest doubt
that a majority of tho people of the
United 'States bollevo In the lncomt)
tax and support the lncomt tax
Results In tho coming legislative
sessions will demonstrate whether
this majority can be euchcred out of
what thoy want, Should this he tho
outcome, however, tho Republican
party will have n mighty hard row
of It In tho next election. The peo
ple may fall asleep at the switch, but'
when thoy once wako up thero la j
trouble for tho ones administering thu
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Trent Trust Co,, X.td
SPEED TESTS PROVE
(Continued from Pas li
men n ch.inco to enjoy themsolvcs be-
foro they start off on thelr.long cruise,
tho fifth of October.
Tho ton Burgeons of tho Fleet who
went to Molokal on tbo Ponnsvlvanln,
by special Invitation of tho Uoard ut
Health, arrived off port last night, and
this morning wcro taken back to their
Ono of tho surgeons, when asked it
ho had enjoyed tho trip, replied: "Tho
trip has been a great education to us
all, and I am very thankful that It
has been posslblo to see tho great In
stitution on Molokal.
"Everything for tho poor pcoplo
thero Is tho best, and I don't wonder
that thoy havo nothing but pralso ror
Superintendent McVeigh and Dr.
Tho tennis tournament In singles
ond doubles for the championship of
tho flcot will bo started next Monday
morning on tho Ilcrctanla Club courts,
and somo exciting play is promised
beforo tho winners aro announced.
Tho finals Inboth singles nnd dou
bles will bo plajed at tho same courts
next Thursday afternoon Tlio band
of Iho Tennessee will piny lor this
function, which promises to bo a great
Between two hundred and thrco
hundred thousand dollars will bo paid
tho enlisted men of tho fleet this ar'
ternoon, nnd tho men aro all looking
forwnrd to their first pay day In Hono
lulu. On account of tho hard work of tho
past week, general . liberty will bo
rrnntcd this afternoon to nil thoso
who arc not under punishment,
(Continued from Psjre 1)
Arrlvo Honolulu 10 u. m. Novom
her 17. Grand ball, banquet, enter
tnlnmcnt, trip around tho Island of
Oahu; lunclicon at tho beautiful sen'
sldo resort of Hallowa; nlBo trips to
the Pall, Diamond Head, and Wnl
klkl Beach; also surf bathing and
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 oqt-and mod
ern in every particular. Price
$4'500.00, cash or easy payments,
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets,
LOTS FOR SALE.
2 lots near Fort Bu-
Ker on Twelfth Ave.,
2 lots on summit of
small hill, two blocks
from car line, $300.00
will please note that
THE ALEXANDER Y0UNQ'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Have yon a pad of Wireless
Message Blanks on your desk!
surf boating; nll.ns guests of Aloha
rem pie, Mjstlc Shrlno of, Honolulu,
.November 17, 18 and 19
Leave Honolulu for homo at C p.
m. Prldiiy, November 19.
Arrlvo homo 5 p. m. Friday, No
Sports and amusements ,of all
kinds on board vessel both going and
A Ccrenionl.il Session will bo held
In the crater of the Volcano of Kl
lauc.i, Tho now Masonic Temple at
Illlo will bo dedicated on this occa
sion, At Illlo wo will bo received by tho
Nobles and Masons, and after tho
reception proceed to the Volcano of
Kllauea, tho greatest and most won
derful "living" volcano in tho world,
llemaln ono night at tho beautiful
Volcano House. Tho rcmarkablo
ceremonial session nnd Initiation of
candidates will bo held In tho very
crater of the volcano.
Heturnlftg to Illlo, will attend tho
dedication ceremonies of tho new
Furnished cottages at Funahou,
Beretania t. end Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
The A. HOCKING house at the
mauka end of'Kewalo street.-,Com.-pletely
furnished. . This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present time.
iRcnt $100 per month.
For particulars call at
Bishop Trust Co.,
Masonic Tcmplj, after which n
banquet, or lunu.'wlll be Bcrved and
u real natlvo hula danco,by native
glrN, in true Hawaiian costume, nt
which It will bo perfectly proper for
tho ladles to bo present.
At Honolulu tho' Nobles nnd Indies
will bo gtusts of Alohn Temple,
hended by tho genial and lllustilous
Potentate, Noblo Charles O. Ilockus,
and. tho ever-pleasant imperial rep
resentative, "Sunny" Jim McCun
dlcss. Thcro will bo n trip around tho Is
land, visiting two of the largest su
gar plantations In the world, also
tho plnenpplo plantation, whero over
80,000,4100 pineapples aro grown
each jear and over 100 tulles of
pineapples can bo seen growing.
Luncheon nt tho beautiful seaside
result at Hnllcwa.
Hack to Honolulu thcro will bo
a grnnd ball nnd banquet; surf
bathing nnd surf boating nt Walk!
The steamer Sierra will bu used ns
n hotel vvlun In tho harbor, whero
meals will bo nerved regularly nnd
tho vessel used to sleep on ut night.
Should )ou picfcr to go to ono of
tho hotels, however, It wilt bo jour
plcasuro; but no allowance will bu
mado by tho sUnnishlp company.
Thu round tiip, taking twcnt
ono dnvs, Including meals nnd privi
lege to sleep on boaid, will cost
Tho beautiful nnd commodious
C, 000-ton steamer Sierra will torn
fortubly accommodate 300 persons,
two persons In each stateroom, ex
cept In tho stntcrooms In "Ilnthclor
Hall;" it requires 210 persons to
make, the trip posslblo; should mora
than 210 go, u rebate will bo mado
to nil, reducing tho cost In propor
tion. As Boon ns 300 names nro re
ceived tho list will bo closed. There
fore answer nt once.
Arrangements havo been mado no
that those owning automobiles may
tako them iil thp nominal chargo of
125 each. They will bo unloaded at
Illlo nnd aim at Honolulu.
You will bo notified lator whcio
tho plans of tho stntoiooms may bo
seen, also how to mnko jour reser
For furthor Information address
any of tho tommltteo: Win. Crockor,
Potentate, 1799 Stclncr street; Geo.
.Kilmer, 330 Jackson stieet; James
II. Ilocarde, 97 Sacramento street;
John A. Klein, 123 Second street.
beforo Circuit Judgo Robinson tills
morning. Deputy Attorney General
l.orrln Andrews ai Rued for a chango
of venue nn tho giounds that tho
great linpoitnnco of tho enso ns af
fecting the entire water supply of
the peoplo of Wnlluku and Knliluhl
requited that tho tilal should bo
conducted on Maul. He declared
that the water lights In tho lao Val
ley was something Hint could bo best
determined by u personal examina
tion fn tho vicinity by tho trial
Judgo and that, this end could bo bcrt
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds' at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days'
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
Wc repair by the same kind of machinery used in up-to-date
factories to make shoes, and we do the work bet
ter, quicker and cheaper than is possible by hand.
We can do ordinary repairing while you wait.
Men's soles .And heels. . . ... .$1.25. Women's, , i . V?1.C0
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Bethel
.subserved by having tho tll.il In
Attorney l'rnsscr denied thcro was
nny lcgitiuintf giounds for the
grunting of a chnngo of vonuo and
denied that there would bo a hard
ship on tho witnesses.
Argument mi tho motion by the
Territory for a change of vcnuofln
tho case of tho Wnlluku Sugai Com
pany against tho Territoiy was heard
It Is believed that by this tlmo Dep
uty United States Marshal Irwin unit
chief of Detectives IOal havo cap
tured tho thrco Chinese who escaped
I lorn tho collier Scottish Monarch, and
for whom thu ofllrers hnvo been look
Ing for sovcrnl iIujb.
Doflnlto Information was received
that tho tlueo Chlncno nro at Camp
I'lvo of tho Hawaiian Commercial
For baby's bath, tie
this anron around you,
and after washing,
wrap the infant in the
apron, which will ab
sorb every atom of
moisture ; this apron
can also be used for a
carriage or cradle
It is made of cotton,
cloBely knitted with a
lone;, downy fleece.
, The 'bluest and best school" In
struction by mail adapted to every
one. Recognized by courts and edu
cators. Prepares for practice. Will
better your conditions and prospects
in business. Monthly payment plan.
Brown & Lyon Co.,
ARcnts. Young Bid)-. Honolulu.
Company. 11 was understood that
UmI uud Irwin wcro going to Hawaii,
hut Maul Is whero they are and It Is
confidently hoped thnt they will. se
curo tho reward of 1300 and Incident;
ally savo tho captain of tho Scottish
Monarch his bond of J 1000 which ho
was compelled to put up nnd which
will bo forfeited If tho men nro not
found within thirty dns.
point Anoui:i.t.o. cau
Notice Is hereby given thnt about
October 10, 190'J, tho 12 Inch whlstlo
at Point Arguollo Mght Station, Cal
ifornia, will bo replaced by a Cinch
siren, without other chnngo.
Ily order of tho Lighthouse Ilcuid.
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