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nVCNIKO nUIiLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 11, lfiOIl.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wulliico R. Pnri'lngton, - - Editor
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Trent Trust Co., Ltd.l
Immortality will come to such as "' mat hns hitherto worked Its'
nio nt tor it. ami ne who wouiu do
a gieat soul in the futuic must be
a great soul now. Emenon.
uiij out of tlie Hawaii supomsors
load i i 1 i t - . we doubt It. .
Homo Investment Is 'the safest ,
proposition iiny man In tho Turrl-i
tury of Hawaii can tie to. i
fllnce Hawaii's llfi depend mi,
continued liluBtilal projection, it ran
well nlToi,d in i-'.iy with the pilnctplo
In Itx application to the shipping (lt
Germany In right. If tho Herman
and the HrlllKh roll tin no to tall; of,
th trouble hetwren the two ooun-'
trim, sooner or later someone will
gut mail nnd thero will ho tumble.
If Ambassador Crane has Indeed
talked too tntlrli. It will have to l)
ncreptcd that unguaidcd converei
tion Is not ono of the neeesltlc nt
America's "shlrt-slcovo dlplomncy."
People of the mainland have ills
iivcrcd Hint professional refnrinuis
don't do the country much Rood, be
cause the honest rltben usually n
tpnud to the call of nverngo men to
wipe nut n real ovll.
With two Ci.inrt Juiles In session,
tho morals of the community should
ho combed pretty fine and amnio Jus
tlto done unless ieoplo stilxe to uso
tho courts for tho grntlllcntlon of
personal sthenics or spite.
AfUr liming ono or two Noith
1'nlca to our ciodlt the belief la rap
idly coming homo to the American
people that their Hying machines can
nlso bout an) thing thus far put on
tho mm Let hy other nations.
President Taft't most notable uttcr-
laluc while touiinp Hie Paclllc Coast
, was hi ndliesj at the Aluskn-Yu-
Mm KmhmIIIoii when he (hurniterlz
cd the upliitlhlliig of the merchant
marine as the most Important pro-
lieet beforo the American people ami
i reiterated his pledge to anil belief In
tho ship subsidy as furnishing tho
va and the menus.
The. President in developing hts
thought on the ship subsidy as ns
fcorlaleil with the policy of piotec
"We maintain a piotectlvo tnrltt
to encourage our manufacturing,
farming mid mining industries at
home and within our Jurisdiction,
but when wc assume to enter inld
competition upon the high seas In,
trade between international ports
our jurisdiction to control thnt trade
ns far us tho esscls of other nations
are concerned, of course, ceases, nnd
the (location which we hac to meet
is how, with the greater wages that
we pay, with tho more stringent
laws that we enact for the protection
rf our sailors, and with tho protce-
o K8tem malting n difference in
Hie price between the necessaries to
o used in tho maintenance of a mer
hnnt marine, p shall enable tint
iierchunt marine to compete with tho
marine of the test of the win Id,
"This Is not tho only question,
?f,ii, Ihnl ttm Qtit-tnnra litivi, lirwt
pono.l their trip, tho CIl. will l,nvo,","n aiimenl to their
to step In nud save- the day. The
Hilts' excursion lias becu tallied for
two years, nnd-thht ought to lie long
enough for one advertising cam
Sliriners may hao ono blesseh ns
Mimuro. Tho Volcano will wait nn
olhcr oar for them without liny
troublo, tever.il centuries having al
ready elapsed since tho last previous
lslt of such nn uggrcgatlou to the
Mnui's right to recognition is now
bached by n town hall, n brass band
nnd a Chamber of Commerco that Is,
to ho. All these things are the in-
cldunls of progioHs, nnd let us hope '
that JInul low us will bo able to grow
. without being jealous of Honolulu.
nmluatlnn of the methods pursued In
other countries In respect to their
merchant marines that there U now
otc tided by way of subsidies by the
spective phlps upwards of $35,000,-
000, and this offers another means
by which in the competition tho
American mcichant ship Is driven
out of buslncbs nnd finds It utterly
liupotslblo to hhl against its foreign
tompctllors. Not only this, but so
Inadequate Is thu American merchant
marine today thai In locking auxil
iary fchlp.s with which In uialco our
navy nn Instjument of offense or de
fense, or Indeed In sending It around
the world as n iUct. we hae fo
call on vessels sailing under a for
eign Mag to tarry tho coal and to
supply the other needs of such a
"W'tie wt) ((impelled lo go Into n
war today our merchant nutiine luclts
altogether a uulllclent tonnage of
auxiliary unarmed ships absolutely
necessary to the pinner operation of
the navy, nnd were u war to come
on wo should havo to purchase Mich
vessels f i om foreign countiies nud
this might, under thu laws govern
ing neutrals, be most dlfllcult.
Thu trnile between tho Eastern
Bcretania St 2B. R.
Young St 4B.R.,
Vineyard St 3B. R.,
725 Kinau St 3B.R.,
110 Bates St." 3B.R.,
Bcretania St 3B.R.
1475 Thurston Ave..4B. R.
.1280 Bcretania St. ..5B. R.
Elsie Ave 5B, R.
Makiki St 3B.R...$ 45.00
Nuuanu Ave 4B.R.. 100.00
A Country Home
A new 5-room house
with modern plumb
linjc, fireplace; beauti
ful view; servants'
quarters; six acres of
cleared land. The
property is fenced and
has a, spring of water
near upper end.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
The A. HOCKING house at the
mauka end of Kewnlo street. Com
pletely furnished. This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu bcinp;
offered for rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars call at
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
in the Alexander
Open from G a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
Welcome the coming friends
nnd God Speed the parting.
$S, 000, 000 u year. Tho application
of that amount would he qulto uutll
ilent to put on u bittlsfattory basis
two or three Oriental lines and hev
crnl lines flam the Kast to South
"Of courtc wo are familiar with
tho argument that this, would he
(onti Minting -to private lompnulcs
out of the treasury of tho United
States, hu,t we are thus contributing
In MirlotiH ways on similar principles
In effect, both by our piotectlvo tar
llf law, liy our river and harbor bills,
nnd by our reclamation service. Wo
arc ngt putting money In tho porliotH
of ship owners, but vu are giving
them money with which they can
couipeto, for a reasonable profit only
with the merchant marine of tho
"Krom my observations, I think
tho country U ready now lo try such
a law nun to witness its effect In u
comparatlNcly unall way upon the
foreign trade of tho United States.
"If It Is successful, cxperienco will
slimy how tho policy can best bo ex
panded nnd enlarged and the Ameri
can (omuierelal Mag ho innilo to wavo
upon the sens ai it did before our
"It Is true that our foreign trade.
Is great nnd Increasing, and this
without the mcrehnnt marine, but it
Is (iIfo true that tho ownership ot a
merchant marlno greatly enhances
thu nppin (unities for extending trndo
for the met chants of tho country
h:ilng such u merchant marine."
While wo linveiRUch n man In the
Whlfo House, it would appear that
the peoplo or Hawaii are justified In
staling 'by tho piotectlvo prlnclplo
ns applied to tho mcichant marine,
especially when our local Industries
nro enJolng such generous prosper
ity ns a icsult of protection.
Krntornltlox nnd sororities in tho
high schools of Washington, I). C, will
bo allowed to flourish and multiply bii
long us they continue to ho conducted
in an unohjecilonnblu manner.
Now thnt thu third ship ot tho
Teino Mam ttiio Is to ho on the
trans-P.iclllc run by 1310, it would
bu Interesting to hnoiv 'whether Mr.
S(;hwcriu will meet It 'by again nn-,
iwitt,irlitf llmt lilu linn lu irnlntr nut1
..f business or tomctl.Ii.g to thnt of- I"rtB of tho United States nnd South
j-cct ' America Is a most valuable trade,
' , ! nud now equals something lll.o $250,.
Clinlrniaii Atkinson .Wilt to have' 000.000; hut Ihuopenn nations, np-
n lot or new Ideas on how to build up l,rc-Int,,, tll Blowing ihnracter of
tho Republican party without killing '"Is tr',,(;. have hy subsidies nnd olh-
It off with reorganization. Ills ex- r means ot entourngcmeni so in
"norienco on tho Immigration mies- "cased tho sailings of Inrgo nnd
Hon has taught him that on many i well-equipped vessels from Kuropo
public matters It Is not nlwnys best I o tho ports nt South America ns vls
to mnko hasto with loo much speed. . H'I' lo nlfect.tho proportion of trndo
: 1 which is coming to tho United States
Ambassador O'llrlen's mcisjt slgnin-'- th'o cry limited wrvleo of n ill-
rnnt lemarU Js tho suggestion thnt.iect character between New York
Hawaii need have no fuluru fear ot and South American ports,
trpiiblcs with Japanese labor. This1 "I need not tell you of tho Inade-
ijiifliin tho local Impicsslou that quncy of thu American shipping mti
tho, effort to mix tho Japnuebo gov-' rlno on tho I'aclllc Coast nnd tho
eminent In the labor tioublu of last glowing power for toiumorclnl pur
Hummer has icxulted in completo poses lu this icgiird of tho cutplro of
fulluro. I I Japan,
' j rr 1 I "Japan Is ono of tho most active
When considering nn extra besslon nnd generous countries In tho matter
of tho Leglalntmo tho number of of subsidies to Its merchant marlno
votes that may bo anticipated for, that wo have, and tho effect Is only
tho administration program Is tuoro too vlohlo In nn examination of tho
lmpoitnut than nn attempt to mnko btutlstk'B.
' J.cglshttors feel thiit'thoy will innKo 'Tor this leason, it seems to mo
patriots of themselves by waiving that thero Is no subject to which
their salaries nnd allowing u friend CongrofB can better dewita Its nt-
l'f " l"l ti,eir oxpenses while they mo tcntlon In tho coming sosslnn than
Lr, In town. I tho passago of a hill which shall en-
w, I r ' . i courage' our nieiihnnt marlno In such
i TtIwi llll I I n In "a n,i..nu..n.. .Inn , .. ...... ... tn ..n,! 1.1 Ifcll Allinrltmn I I I, fl
JS; ..,,,, i i . .. a ... , (.-ni'uuti.iMi. t, tij t,a ,. i-i..u,,".. 41.... . .v.... ,,..w
did not st.ilo why tho Hawaii Conn- directly between New York nud otli-
tyr. Supcrvlbors lefupcd lo pay thn er ll.isloin porta and South Amort-
rwilnry' of Deputy County Attorney ca ports, and between our Pacific
tCiirl Slnlth. It may ho they want Const 'poits nnd the Orient nnd the
tint, money for a competent road engl- Philippines. Wo emit u piollt fiouij
"lieir, but Judging fiom thu iutclll- our foielt'n mull- fiom $0,000,000 to
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Some of the new features:
SINGLE DOG ESCAPEMENT .
VARIABLE LINE SPACE LOCK
NEW PAPER FEED
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.,
Exclusive Agents for the Territory.
If you like it sweet, well-flavored and-light
If you like it fine in texture, without a hard crust, ute
, i i . (Sterilized) , -t s
Because it contains such a high percentage of butter-fat (8Va per
cent), Carnation Milk will make your baking wholesome and nutritious,
with a rich, nutty flavor, such at you taste iu, ordinary bread once in a
A baker told us he had been using it in his baking for a month, and
there had been a very perceptible increase in the volume of hit buiinss
during that time. ' '
Use Carnation Milk for baking Bread, Doughnuts, Holli. Cookies
and'all kinds of Cakes. They'll be delicious.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.,
Distributors - Phone 22 and 02
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(Hcad and Waialae Bay and arc convenient to car line,
EiRht lots in .KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con-
tnining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Harbor.
' Two desirable building lots, ' '
30,000 square feet $2,000
13,000 square feet '. ,050
Let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered, y Take advantage of it,
Will Be Feature At
Tonight's Big Banquet
At- Young Hotel
Up to 10 o'clock this morning 21 0
Invltatjons had been accepted for tho
Y. M. C. A. banquet tonight at thu
Young Hotel, ml more uro coming lu.
from tho present outlook It will bo
ono ofuho largest affairs ot Its kind
over given lu Honolulu. It was urged
this morning hy thu orflcers lu charge
that all who havo nut lespondcd to tho
invitations, by letter or otherwise, ring
up telephone 309 nt once, and inform
Mr. Super, so'TSat tho exact seating
arrangements can be mado according
ly. Tho now building project will bo the
feature of tho banquet. It. It Trent,
ns president of tho nbKOciatlon, will
preside and open tho speaking wilh
n fow remarks on tho present need of
thu association, after which short ad
dress will ho mado by Governor Krear
on tho topic, Honolulu's Chief, Asset
Young Men; Judge IHlo will speak on,
Honolulu United; cxOpvernor Carter
on, Tho Proiwr Method, and Judge
Woodruff on tho subject, Will It Puy?
DAVIES RETUR'n'FROM ENGLAND
After n year's absence, tho greater
l.nrt of tho time, being spent In Great
Ilrltnln nnd tho continent, Mr. and,
Mrs. T. Clivo Dnvlcs nnd Infant have
laturncd to Honolulu, When seen
Those "Arnold " Goods
The True Baby Outfit
Consider how tender thd baby's
Bkln Is, nnd tho importance of se
lecting right garmqnts Is empha
sized. Tho flue lnlt,fabrics of the
"AltNOMJ" GOODS" 'are 'made from
soft, twisted yarns, chemically treat-1
ed to mako them hlghy antiseptic,
sunltary and absorbent. These gar
ments excel in benuty ot finish,
shapeliness and non-lrrltatlng quali
ties. Mothers seeking tho best for
their babes will hy all means adopt
tho "AUNOI-D" KNIT GAItMENTS,
See "Arnold" catnlog for Illustra
tions and full descriptions.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Tort and Merchant Streets,
after leaving tho Mongolia this morn
ing, Mr. Davles expressed himself ns.'
having been grcaty benefited by tho,
Alexander SIcVittie, pioneer ship
builder of Detroit, died at Harbor
Deach, Mlsh.. as the result of a stroko
Tho blind of three nations Amer
ica, England nnd Franco are beno
notaries In sums ranging from $2SQ to
.Individuals to J5.000 to Institutions by
tho will of Edith Hebccca Lord of New
York, hut long a resident of Cannes,
FINE EBONY GOODS;
with, silver mono-'
grams make Very
See pur new line of
Ebony Toilet Ware
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..