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Cntcfcd tt the Potoffict at Honolulu
TUESDAY OCTOBER 12. 1909
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In the great majority of things, 'nesa men In the next few dajs will
habit is a greater plague than ever l'rovo that they believe n proper
afflicted Egypt; in religious charac-.l'tail'iuartors for jounit men In ono,
4 It .'. n ....I Cl.V.'t.. Tnf.n Tn. Ilf thn Ill-lit lllrStlllPntS DOSSlll!" tO
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torlnl solons decide, after thinking
"" There Is no gamble Involved In H over, that tho children of Hawaii
the mime Invested In the )oung men'nre also worth while?
of IU1) clt)
Purchasers of Honolulu real osl-ilo
havo the greatest asset any tit) can
offer sure and speedy growth of the
It Is only a few weeks to the IIolI
ilnjg, so Honolulu people should be
gin their preparations early and
thus nvold tho final rush.
Honolulu's growing reputation as
I n good show town will soon start
i. this a the attractions we have all
been talking about so many ear.
H Is nither surprising that some
one has not suggested before this
that n well-housed Y. W. C. A Is
also a necessity of over) growing
Kver) tlmo a new 1'edcrnl officer
comes this j) to Join the perma
nent residents, Honolulu chalks up
n lather good citizen on the right side
of ltt population ledger.
Tlrst subscriptions nlwnjs come
us). The great problem Is when all
the big contributions have been
handed in and Just a few thousands
lire needed to make, up the total.
2 Southerly weather aluajs make
! the local market weak. In mugg)
l lu)s tho aveiage man doesn't want
-i-iy to exert himself to look three da)s
ahend, whether he is able to do It
Hawaii County needs other things
licsldc n new road policy. Much of
Us ofllclal equipment Is much like
the Irishman's gun that was tho
tame old gun with a new lock, stock
1'ubllc schools of tho mainland are
adopting courses of study co-rclnted
with tho Industries of the surround-
lng country. Is tlicro any good rea-
hiu why agriculture should not bo
taught In tho public schools of Ha
Honolulu should be united for ev
er) project that Is set on foot to
promote the common good and make
the town s better anil a pleasantcr
place to live.
Of course Honolulu Is united for
tho erection of n flrst-clnss Y. M. C.
A. building to house an organization
that, while It may not Insure Hono
lulu's )oung men being more relig
ious, should alnas make them
broader minded and more reliable In
their dealings with their fellows.
Young men who are woith an)
thlng do not caiu to be patronized.
Young men who count In the prog
ress of the rommunlt) seek nothing
better than opportunity and ono of
the greatest ulds to enable them to
make the most of what Is offered In
the struggle for existence may be
found In the, comfortable headquar
ters for amusement, rest or study
which Is furnished h) every lt.e, full-
lodcd, le el-headed, common-sense
Y. M. C. A.
To havo the best Y. 31, C. A. or
ganization housed In the best build
ing Is a ver worthy ambition for
the people of this city.
Just at the present tlmo tho ca
pacify for the people to create the
best organization will be demon
strated by the success with which
the) tackle the task of getting the
Honolulu Is rich enough, prosper
ous enough, and should have en
thuslasm enough to put thq wholo
program through with the desired
In deciding what to do, give ns
much as )ou can, though It be less
than )ou would like, Tho desire to
co-operate and Iho determination to
win will build not only tho Y. M. C.
A. building, but n gre it and splen
did city. Do the present dut) nnd
thus gain strength for the than)
other fields to bo conquered for in
dependent, fair-minded mauhood.
Most nil tho Japancso now realize
that they wcro led far astray on
plantation labor matters. It Is bet-
It ter to gain an International repu
t, tatlon for good citizenship than to
m In; know n ns past muBters in tho art
of making trouble.
rinnncler Morse has said that he
Is tho Panic of 1907. In other words
romeono had to be made the scape
Kin I for a sifting of community Bins,
and ho happened to bo selected. It
would nlbo nppear from the record
of the courts that they aro making
a mighty good Job of It.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Kaimuki 1B.R. .$12.00
Luro St 2 B( R. . 15.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
Beretania St 2 B. R. . 25.00
Young St 4B.R), 25.00
Vineyard St 3B.R.. 30.00
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
110 Bates St 3B.R.. 35.00
Beretania St 3 B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave,.4B.R.. 40.00'
1280 Beretania St. ..5B.R.. 40.00
Elsie Ave. - 5B.R.. 40.00
Makiki St. .' 3B.R..$ 45,00
Nuuanu Ave 4 B. R. . 100.00
A Country Home
A new 5-room house
with modern plumb
ing, 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.
EOPLE with pro
perty who wish
to keep the in
terest of their heirs
in mind will hnd it
much to their advan
tage to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and we will ex
plain. Bishop Trust Co.,
from. the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
in the Alexander
Open from G a. ra. to
11:30 p. m.
tho Hoard. I do not consider It would
the advisable to niako public detailed
mention or a good nimi) oilier things
done or found out during my Kail trip,
nt this time, as tho Interests of tho
Count)'' might suffer from n too early
discovery of these matters. I am
ready at an) time to take these mat
ters up with the Hoard or any of Us
The term of my commission will bo
up on tho 7th day of October, 1909,
and It now remains with your Honor
able Doard whether or not to continue
mo in oftlco, as I.lcenso Inspector, for
(i further term. There is still a largo
amoimt of work to be dono on this
Island In respect to llrcnso matters."
William Johns, nn American natm-
allst, and It. Ocntruch, a Sjvodc, nro
believed to havo been devoured by
wild animals in Costa Rica, according
to u cable dispatch received nt Now
Athletic terms having become tho
hauls for all examples of the strenu
ous life,, it should bo noted that the
man who would reach all the people
nil tho time will dress his speech In
the phraseology of baseball that
reaches the heart of over)one this
sldo of nnd Including the corner lot.
Sliculil Honolulu desire to ho
thoroughly up to data it might offer
n caBh prize of 1100,000 to tho man
making tho first aeroplane flight
(Continned from Pane 1)
wq found Mr, Kokuula, tho Deputy
Sheriff of that district, awaiting our
coming and 1, for oro, was somewhat
surprised when Mr. Kekaula Informed
us that our coming was expected;
that Mr. n. H. Ljman. Deputy County
Treasurer, had apprised him of our
having left Illlo for that destination.
Old Territorial Forms.
Starting In nt Pahala I found out
that throughout tho district a largo
number of, receipts had bean issued
by tho Deputy Sheriff and several of
his officers for llcenso fees, somo of
them dated, as far back as Juno 11,
1909, anil that to tho date of my in
vestigation the parties pa) lng tho var
ious amounts had not received the offi
cial license certificates from tho Coun
ty Treasurers oftlco In Illlo.
At Naalelni tho deputy sheriff Is
sued, on or about September 30th,
1909, five receipts on printed forms
formerly furnished by tho Territorial
Treasurer, In exchnngo for a llko num
ber of penciled receipts he hnd Issued
FOtno two or threo months before. I
was at Naalohu and Walohlnu on Oct
ober 1, 1909, and this exchange of re
ceipts had been effected either that
day or the day heforo. I havo the first
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, oo eentt at u l -letinofflori.
Welcome the coming friends
and God Speed the parting. '
CHURCH FAIR WAS
Catholics Of All Maui Aid
(Special to tho Uullotln)
WAH.UKU, MAUI, Oct. 8. Tho
festival of tho Lady of tho Itasar) was
celebrated by Father Rodrlgucs ut tho
Ilfnian Catholic Church nt Kuan, I'ala,
Muni, last Sunday. Tlieio were near
1) olght hundred of tho faithful pres
ent. I'atliers Justin of Makawno nnd
Mnxlmln of Wnlluku wcro Also pres
ent. Tho pcoplo wcro convo)ed to
a nil from tho church In the trains, tho
fata for the round trip being flft)
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
f I om San I'ranclsro to Honolulu. It, mentioned receipts In my possession
fchmild bo good for several ) cars' ad
'vertlslng and possibly someone
might try It as frequently as we get
a trans-Pacific )ncht race.
at this time, subject to our order.
Receipt For Gamming.
One of tho recelptB Issued by Officer
Kalnoa Knvvelu to a Japancso does
not oven set forth what license, fco was
being paid for. On iccelpt Issued by
It l in. In ..,, Vinnlun nf ti-nna. JOUP MIIIWO WAS for tCIl IIOIiarH "for
portntlon to step, Into tho local slt-.a:,mullns;" " io "; J'1"
' , , i . I,. ,, .same states emphatically that tho
untlon and win fnmo whllo making mmmt wnfl ,',, nrotlnt r n
goon pioius. jusi at piesent Amer- nccng0. (hat i1D Wna.nover nrrcsted or
leans uio heittatlng becauso they do ,n, ,,y money Tor flno, bail or other
not feol certain that Honolulu peo-wlso to said officer,
plo will stand b) them more than six Tho Tiensuiei is however rathor In
months at the outsldo, If tomo for- consistent In his last icfusal ns ho has
elgn Interest dangles nn nttractlvo hcrotnfore receive i) llcenso fees from
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten (S10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in theXAIMUKI PARK TRACT, These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and are convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 19,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Harbor.
Though the Territorial govern-
mo, collected fiom other parlies, and
so has 1m received from hundreds nit
on liundieds of ci Mins in thin Conn
t), both citizens nnd alienee, llccnio
auuug" ... - ...,;...- . . . . 19og
ment maytnot consider public school '' "'"c J '' 0,?;
buildings n proper bond Investment,
the contributions of Honolulu bust-
Some Facts Kept Back,
Tho receipts and other papers In
my possession aio nt tho disposal of
Two desirable building lots.
36,000 square feet $2,000 v
13,000 square'feet . . 850
let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
MODELS 10 and 11
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If you like it fine in texture, without a hard crust, use
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Because it contrins such a high percentage of butter-fat (8V2 'per
cent), Carnation Milk will make your baking wholesome and nutritious,
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A baker told ui hs had been using it in his baking for a month, and
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during that time.
Use Carnation Milk for baking'Bread, Doughnuts, Rolls, Cookies
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Director O. II. Schincder nnd mem
bers of tho Wulliiku hrussbuud wero
stationed In a temporary p.ivllllou
erected on tho church grounds ilnd tho
bo J h pltt)cd excellent miiblc all da)
to tho enjoyment of those who had
not heard thq baud before. In fact It
wns tho fli st public nppcar.inco of tho
band, and U wns n most fitting occa
sion ns thovnstruni(.nts wero formerly
tho property of (he St. l.ouls Uullcga
band, HonolifUi, and thn leader ami
man) of the menibeis wcio fiom that
college. No loss linn thrco masses
wcio snld dm lug tho forenoon und
each, tlmo tho spiclous church was
filled almost to overflowing. '
Tho solo of in titles In tho fancy
booth In chnrgo of Miss Cnmnia and
her corps nt whlca-wako asUtanta
commenced n llttlo before noon and
tho bovy of girls wero kopt busy Boil
ing tickets almost until four o'clock,
Tlieig wcio about fivo bundled nt II-
Fort and-Merchant Streets,
clea placed on exhibition In tho booth
all numbered nnd thobu drawing tho
lucky numbers tan claim tho same
Thcio wcio about II Ut bundled tickets
with nuinlicis placed lit tho lusl.et
nnd also about JSOO bluu'c tickets, or
In other word 3 theio ueic seven times
more blank tickets placed In tho
basket than thoso with numbers on,
and that created, great fun watchlnt;
iretty girls hii)lng twelvo tlckctH for
a dollar and all of them blanks. Tho
tennis on their fpecs wero cnuui.li to
drivo Morpheus nwny. iho vnluo of
tho articles uingcd from n few ccnlii
to costly I111111I painted cushions casllj
worth ten dollais nnd more, mid b)
somo strango colucldenco tho tickets
with numbers on wero not ilrrivvn by
nuy ono until Into In tho afternoon,
und sonio remirked that llko tho good
wlno nt tho muni igo feast these tick
els woro kept until tho last. Thq
fonst was siiccehsful In uvcry lespect
and rather Hodrlgncn and Ihoso In
Those "Arnold" Goods
The True Baby Outfit
Consider how tender tho bnb)'s
sl(ln Is, nnd the Importnpto of to
lectlng tight gnrmentH is empha
sized. The flno knit fabiits of tho
"AUNOI.U" OOOIJS 1110 undo from
mft, twisted jitins, chemically tit.it
oil to make them hlghl) nntlseptlc,
sanllary nnd nbsoibent. Iheso gar
ments exctl In be utty of finish,
shapeliness und nnu-lriltntlng quali
ties. Motheis Booking the best for
tlieli bnblij will by nil mentis adopt
tho "AllNOLU" 1,CNIT a.MtMHNlS.
See "Auiold" eutalog fot llliihiui
tlons und full rrrscilptlons.
B. F. Eliiers k Co.
chatgo merited tho highest 101 1
meudntioii und ciuigiutulntlou foi tbu
happy termination of' the evei"t,
About fivo hundred dollars was Joal
Irid and Is now In pnrsisstiin of Mi.
J. S. Jiirdln of I'uln, tho Troastuci.
CAUSE OF SUICIDE.
A coroner's Jury will look Into tho
cnuso of death of Muknlwl Pall p, llr.-
wiillnn who Is alleged to havo declared
(hit hfi nmnnunrt tn foln lilj lir.
thionli an oveilniliilgenco of strogr
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Klllin ,U II'IIIUWIH 11 I'llll t'l)
tniiiid in 1U1 Isolated spot of Nuij'.iii 1
Iho Inquest has been called fot 'thlj
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