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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It. TIIIJUSDAY, OCT. 7, 1909.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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M ifcond-cluss matter.
.OCTOBER 7. 1009
Let us have faith that right "t least Into the control of peoplo
makes might, and in that faith let l"nrc not philanthropists. If this
us to the end dare to do our duty as Is mie "ic Supervisors are .loins Just
v,e understand it. Lincoln. .f'sht In ptotectlng the Interests or
i-i'jlhi ii -i I the tit) nt cnih uml oer point.
Working Itepubllcan nnd The franchise of the corporation
Itself, runs bevond tho probable life period
Kinau St. ...
Middle St. ..
Union St. ...
Kaimuki . . . .
Vineyard St 3B.R.
Pawaa St 4B.R.
Kinau St. ..
Kinau St. ..
Bates St. ...
Elsie Ave. ..
, 32 50
At Waikane, on the
windward side of 0a
hu on main road,
near beach; 4 bed
rooms; hot and cold
water; barn: will rent
for six months or
Rent ..'..$30 per mo.
the part) will lcorganlze
without fmthcr nsslsluncc.
(let In anil boost for Honolulu.
You can t make It Brow by nilsicpio
hvutlug and exaggerating lis evils.
Vli Is It that some iivople In Ha
waii "111 uqulrc a most searching
Investigation of tho flnnnUnl status
of local loi rations In which the)
llao confidence In Honolulu anil Beek to Inust, and after being over-
spink well of It. 11) this means will critical of that which they know so
the clt) nnd Its people Increase and . muih ubouf, turn their funds to an
of those now controlling the stock.
outside enterprise that renders no
financial statement nnd whose pro
U mnv alwa)H lie nuepted that of-moterB draw 10I11 from peoplo solel)
lUeis of tho army uml na) are gen-.i,. glittering generalities?
th m inly In
their uttltudo toward
Kaimuki 3B.R.. 45.00
Nuuanu St 5 B.R.. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
The A. HOcilNQ house at the
manka end of Kewalo street. Com
pletely .furnished. This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars call at
Bishop Trust -Co.,
their responso of money for a char
Itj ? The best charity begins at
Inline, and tho government Is our
Injury done this lit) In the es
teem of the nny by studied exag-
The Mulletln agrees that thoigcratlon of an alleged "booze-feit"
Mntson X'nvlcntlnn Cottlliim
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vvnen uonoiuiu nas us own mi Ue Honolulu peoplo every
cartlng Its own fielght and p !
monger tratllc. It will li.no no need t
tall to the foreigners for assistance.
Misrepresentation never won a
battle for the right, and that's one
of tho reasons wh) alleged tanpcratico
people lime had such a long fight
Atkinson should not have much dif
ficult) In getting his Husslan fa nllles
here. That the) shall make goi d nfter
arrival Is what ma) orlng pcrrilintlou
to tho brow of Jack
tunlt) to Invest In their securities
and more particular!) tho stock lb
sued for new steamers. Unit will
strengthen the transportation situa
tion, guarantee moro freight for
passenger lines nnd hasten the day
when Honolulu freight and passen
gers will bo carried In Honolulu
Steamship operators may nlwa)S
depend on the stnbllltv of the
American protection policy, though
some people In Honolulu may change
their minds quite frequently.
You can bank on It that the poor
est of Honolulu s Investments aio
mtter than the outside proposition
that seeks locnl support on great
promises and no financial statement.
Are mi) of the pineapple mtn doln ;
their best to forget Mr. McClellnn'.
stuteinont that the worst thing" tjiey
can do Is to mnko thet In liutry nn
Oriental nqn citizen labor prrpdsl-tlon?
Some Investments may be better
than others, according to Individual
opinions, hut Honolulu should bo
entlrel) flee from tha croaker who
savs that an) one of ours Is not
Just because leorganlzntlon by six
doosn't appeal to ever) one, Is no
'reabon vvlij the regular party officers
should not call tho regular party
men to a general conference nnd re
W1I.LEMSTAI), Curacao, Sept.
IS. In view of the ultimate
opening of the I'anami Canal a
commission of government engin
eers has begun an examination
of the harbor of Wllleiustad
with the object of making Im
provements that will permit tho
docking of the largest steamers.
I.cst Honolulu should forget the
certnlnt) of its future, Willemstad,
Curacao, wilt bo one of this clt) 's
next-door neighbors In comparative
ly few months.
Has it ever occuired to any of our
-. citizens thaj suspension of tho coast-
wIbo whipping laws would run Ameri
can ships on this ocean without int
Pj 'proving tho passongor service to lio-
iiolulu lu the slightest f
Honolulu should have a Y. M. C.
A', nnd nlso a public library build
ing in keeping with the Young Ho
tel nnd the new Federal building.
Thut Is tho standard of the New Ho
nolulu for at least a ear or two.
Most every man In mainland com
munities gets In and boosts when
large flnnnclal Interests show a dis
position to Invest their money for
the Improvement of transportation
' FOR PURE MILK.
Major Fern's veto of tho milk or
dinances should not defeat tho cam
paign for pure milk In the Honolulu
There Is Just as much cause for
setting up tho cry "Save the Dables"
by land or water. This mainland In connection with tho milk ordl
THE PEOPLETHEIR BUSINESS
Conferences aro good things, but
when they picsumably affect a poli
cy, or policies, of tho Territory It
does not seem quite clear why they
should bo surrounded with a veil of
Impenetrable tccrccy. It ma) ap
pear presumptions to suggest tha
tho majority nt the peoplo in tha
Terrltot) of Hawaii tiro actual!) In
terested in some of the Ideas and
suggestions that will be made to tho
National government at Washington.
If these suggestions are to be taken
to Washington in November there Is
even more reason why preliminary
conferences should have n full mcas-
uro of publicity so ns to give public
opinion a modest opportunity of ex
pressing itself before it Is too late.
Kvents of the past have shown tho
wisdom of giving tho peoplo an Ink
ling now and then of the procedure
that Is being adopted in their name,
by their nuthorlty and In their be
half. Natural)), they have n pass
ing Interest In that which they nrc
supposed to sanction and Indorse be
fore It even receives consideration at
Indulged In by the sailors of the
cruiser fleet will not appear In the
oindnl records of tho navy.
The result will he found in the
future Inability to explain why men
nic not paid off In this port.
Admiral Sperry, for Instance, did
not offer an official objection to the
representative from Honolulu who
accosted him In Sun Francisco nnd
asked what was to be done with his
"ruttlnna" when the) reached Hono
lulu. Admiral Spcrr)'s fleet nnd his
men, came hero and ever) one lino n
glorious time, but nevertheless that
loousu, neeuii'hs iniuuit e-imeeiuiiiH
the ruffians cost Honolulu quite a
This )enr while the cruiser fleet
was In port two of tho papcis of the
clt) took It upon themselves to ilaro
before the public to the best of their
ability the alleged fact that the sail
ors of tho fleet, on the first Sunday
they were given Jibcrty nftc? pay
day, weie engaged in turning the
city Into a frcc-for-nll beer and whis
It was nn officer of tho cruiser
fleet who called attention to the
needless misrepresentation of tho
supposed Mate of llquor-lnsptred
bolstcrousness on the part of tho
It was an officer of tho navy who
stated that not moro than seven men
wcro arrested for drunkenness on
that alleged exciting Sunday.
It was an o Ulcer of the navy who
pointed out to n Honolulu business
man that copies of thasa papers sent
to tho Middle West would entlrel)
misrepresent conditions In Honolu
lu to the fnmllles of the bo)s with
this fleet nnd families with bo)s who
contemplated entering tho nnv).
Was this comment In tho official
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
Eianm A. a m
fn II 30 n m
Send a wireless to
your friends at sea.
It was not, nnd wo hope never
will be neccssar). Men of tho navy
don't wrlto communications on what
Honolulu should do any more than
Admlrul Sperry told the represcnta
tatlvo who wanted to know whnt to
do with the rufllans, what ho thought
Hut the private opinions of offi
cers In tho nimy and navy count for
much In the long run.
Vef) Intelligent officers felt that If
liquor dealers of Honolulu or beer
producers of Honolulu wcro Point
ing tho law, the) Bhould bo handled
nccoidlng to their , deserts without
roping the enlisted men Into a falso
position where thoy were pictured
as garrulously Hwlmmlng lu rivers of
There was no Justice In It. Im
proved standards of moiallt) didn't
require It. Common seqso would not
suggest it. The onl) thing accomp
lished wns to wantonly nnd unneces
sarily Injuro tho reputation of Honolulu.
Of the two thousand men on shoro
bo profitable (or Ha-
v Hawaii eounty roads can never bo
como n credit to tho County Super
visors or the citizens while the furco
Is maintained of being able to build
roads without a competent engineer. spasm soon over and soon forgotten
to plan and oversco the work. Inj Whether the Mu)or waB entirely
nlno cases out of ten money expend- correct In his veto of the ordinance
nance as there was when Honolulu
enjoyed tho experience of n "tag
day" for the benefit of pure milk dis
tributed by the Palama Settlement
Don't let tho effort In behalf or
the children of the city bo merely a
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar cash 'payment and ten (S10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and tire convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con-
View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Har-
on Hint Sundn) We doubt If flvo hun
dred nt the very outside participated
In tho beer picnics. Yet fiom tho Im
pression gained from the papers
featuring the wetness of tho Sunday,
It would appear tnni pretty near
tho vvholo out lit wns taking pait In
u Jo)ous endeavor to drink up eveo-
thlng In tnvvn and throw the bottles
along Knlaknua avenue.
If Honolulu ha:i liquor dealers thxt
violate tho law, they should nnd will
If tho brewery violates the law, It
should he and will bo punished, but
to do this It Is not necessary to mis
represent the enlisted men of the
nav), nnd by so doing put 1 onolulu
heroic tho world ns worse than an
Unfortunate!) the favorite pass-
time of some, the particular business
of other and the constitutional hab
it of n few is to teprescnt tho city
of Honolulu In ns evil colors ns they
Wo s)inpathlze with some of these
people because they think they arc
right. Hut we believe that they have
no iriurc light to besmirch tho n.imo
of tho city of Honolulu nnd put It on
tho list of communities with ovll
rcputntlons, than the keeper of n
dlvo lias a right to "dope whisk)
and roll n drunk."
It was and Is nnd ever will bo
unnecessary 'among right thinking
people, to mlsrepicscnt tho cUcrves
cenco of the enlisted man of tha
army or navy In order to reach! the
law breakers of our own town.
Tho fact that this has been dono
by citizens of Honolulu merely shown
whnt the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 11 has claimed
that needless and foolish Injury Is
for Infanta and Children.
What is Castoria?
CASTORIA Is a linriulc substitute for Cantor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing: Scraps. It is
pleasant. .It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and alia) s
Fcvcrishiicss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipation
and Flatulency, It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy nnd nntiiral
sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho 'mother's
yt j- " everjr wrnppcr
cicUC ot k I'nuino Cnitorln
rnysicians Kecommend CactorSa.
" Mr pttluti UTsrUliI pnlt. tbc action of your
CMtotU." V. V. Tvnrin, M.J),
llaStlo, N. T.
"During my BfiltMl ptKiIco I knon of forml
ruei whr. yemr CaitorU w ai prr.criUl Ant umJ
with tool rtiolti." K.MuiwmM.O,
"Toor Cutorlt ll certainly tho grcalrrt icmxlj
for chtUren 1 knoirof. I(knovr do oUi.r pro
prbury itpuUou which It'll, rqtul."
B. B. Bcttwiinr.il. D,
"Iw jour Cutorlt iti'l nbv.ta lu mo la &M
funllh. wticre tucrc tru rkldttt
, .W. J)i5jLn, It r
'TotirfVtnrUlllho !xt rtirrjf ii I'm worll
for rlilMrcn and tho oul ti o . lm mi 1 rccvu-
HlLll." AoKL. V. fiWLTUMl ,!. t) ,
, Omaha, rColi..
"Ih&Tiitic1yonrCfttnrlAn. t parc&tho In Ibo
ra.ra of rlilldnri for c.rt putt tilth mot ti.ipjr
cfltct, toil fully cudune It a. tnlc rem. dj."
U. I). UuKin, M. I) ,
I JlUdxJphla, ra.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In. Use For Over 30 Years.
ARE WORTH MONEY
We can make thera Rood as new. Our repair ma
chines arc tbc same kind as used in making the shoes at
the factory. Shoes repaired while you wait.
MIN'S S0IES and HEELS $1.25
WOMEN'S SOLES and HEELS 1 1.00
Regal Shoe Store, - coivKing and Bethel4
WALL, NICHOLS STORES
ARE CH ABOUT
Important nltcratlong nro being
nindo In recm-da to W'nlJ Nichols
store on KIhk nnd Fort streets. It Is
planiivd to shift tho snorting goods de
partment from tho present location on
KliiK street to tho Fort street prom
ises The KIiir Etieet store will ho duvofed
to stutlonor) and fancy goods; u music
loom will bo fixed tip and, according to
Mr. Corbott, who will manngu tho
store, Sonny Ciinhn will bo In chnrgo
of the mtislcal Instruments.
A. K. Vlerrn, who has been In
charge of tbc King street branch of
the biislncss, will move down to Fort
sterct, nnd nil tho sporting goods will
bo kept there In future.
Tho King street stoio hn,B alvvn8
been the rulljlug iont for tho sports
men nt tho lunch hour, nnd man) n
weighty mutter has bten settlid thcip. i
In future the usual meetings will bo
held nt the Fort slrcet establishment.
'. a a
ed on loads under the no-englnecr
plan Is money wasted.
riii'10 font'ow)' w" "m CItj Siyier-i'l'foueli
When Mr. Carter will give the city
n guarantee that lirevver & Co ,
Jlnckfold, Alexander & Ilaldvvln or
riiny other local stockholders will
Jj'vcr sell their telephone, stock to bo possible to cither secure unnnl-
oiiisiuors, ue nugnc inau lemi rem nious support or unite tno ucpubll
foice to the argument he presents In can forces so that it ma) bo cairlcd
originally passed by the Supervlsois
may give rise to considerable differ
ence of opinion. It seems cortain
that the 'ordinance in Its present
form cannot be passed over the' veto.
Immediate steps should be taken
to levlse tho measuro so that it will
fsors. As tills paper understands' Why should not tho people ho as
It, the city Is dealing with n corpora- thick around tho Supervisors to lend
tlon that mu ono day pass Into tho their Influcnco for regulations ntsur-
'lifilwlH lit (tin ninkpur nnlfililpra ir lilt? DU1Q mill, nn Hipv wpm ntilMr In
taining 15,000 square feet,
Tv6 desirable building lots. ,
36,000 square feet $2,000
13,000 square feet '050
Let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
HOW IT HAPPENED.
Askltt "What canted Lamb's down
fall?' Noltt "Ho lost his bilanco In Wull
, . THe best 5c cigar
ABOUT THE 8I2E OF IT. I .
N ' fcv.
Mttlo Willie "Say, pa, what Is n fig- V3
lire ot Bpeech?" VPiSfir O
I'n "Almost every wpmnn Is a fig- nYYYBSV
uro ot speech, m son." Jiljl. ' w9
Those "Arnold" Goods
The True Baby Outfit
Consider how tender tho babv's
sltliT Is, nnd tho linportanco ot so-'
lecting right garments is iinphn
sized. The line knit fabrics ot tho
"AIINOM)" GOODS nro made from
soft, twihtbd jams, chemically treat
ed to mnkd them, highly antiseptic,
sanitary and nbsoibent. Thcso gnt
Dients excel Ju beauty nt finish,
shnpcllncss and non-Jn Hating quali
ties. Mothois seeking tho best for
their bubles will by all means adopt
tho "AHNOM)' KNIT aAHMHNTS.
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