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feVENtNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, '0D.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD,
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Week! iuued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESf .
Watlae R. Fnrrington,
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1909
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It is a good thins to be rich; it
is 'a 'good thing to be strong, but it
is; a better thing to be beloved of
many friends. Euripides.
Ytm runy bank on It that Tart
will not make n noise like Itooseelt.
who may settle on the land or not,
or who may have dummies or not.
Hctween Crane and the baseball
thnmpUmslilp, tlip discoverers of the
North lole wero though to deserve
u rest. !
When tho Nuuanu dam Is finished,
or perhaps before, there Is likely to
lio a big water-pipe contract on
hand to put the main lines of water
fccrvlce on an even scale.
Honolulu's Y. M. C. A. building
wilt be In keeping with the Young
building and the Federal building.
That Is the standard for the now
Honolulu nnd its driving oung men.
Americans are not accustomed to
getting their land that way.
Hnwall'g public land needs first to
bo put In shape to go on the mar
ket right, before any great amount
of half-truth bombast Is Indulged In.
It Is merely a business proposition
nnd need not hurt the feelings of
nnjone who might In tho enthusi
asm ut the moment believe the com
mon good of Hawaii was best served
by getting n lot f supposed farm
ers down here without giving them
nn thing to live on.
CRANE INCIDENT AND THE
Ambassador Crane appears to have
made a messot It, but he Is not
Wo need tho Y. M. C. A. building,' without his defense. There can bo
nn'd wo shall get It, but don't bf.tr o doubt, however, thnt the man
too hcnvlly on the men on salaries fro'n Chicago has turned out to bo
who honestly believe they can't at-, a very Interesting figure In one ot
ford It, but como through under the biggest problems, not only of the
pressure. United States, but of the woj-ld.
! To follow the many Intricate com-
IMcanwhllc wo may assume thnt plications of the Crane-Knox contro
Air. Knox is giving somo old-fashion- vcrsy Is almost ns difficult ns to un
til diplomatic explanation of what, ravel the twisted skein of tho Chl
was Intended by tho United Stntcs nose-Japanese situation.
In tho Antung-Mukdcn railway , Of one thing vyo may now be cer
ngrecinent, Stain. The United States has Intend
ed and may yet call for n revision
'l.et them think the street ordt- f jnc , "Brecmcnt between Japan
nance over ns l.ng us they like. ,clllnn regar.dlns the Antung
There was nothing gained by picking Mdcii railway nnd tho territory in
up bargain-counter business prop- "l'" ucummunu..
osillons too quickly, nnd when deal-! V,e may also Bafcly tale ll for
ing with public questions, ample tie- Krnnte '"at the diplomatic nego-
Hberntlon nuy result' In new light. itlotlons ha,c bcen carrled on wlth
. , . , . J such extreme caro that the presence
.What Honolulu needs more than f th ,crulse,r "cct ln ,he wntcra r
nnythlng else Is a settled policy In,"1 0r'cn' 0url"B he wlntcr was
the development ot its city awlerr"'"" "' " v...v..uw..
systems. Mnst every superintend- . 0W '?" a-ues,lon. comc8 w
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Kaimukl 1B.R.. $12.00
Luato St.- 2B.R.. 15.00
Kairauki 2B..R.. 25.00
BeretaniaSt 2B.R.. 25,00
Young St 4B.R.. 25.00
Vineyard St 3B.R.. 30.00
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
110 Bates St 3B.R.. 35.00
Beretania St 3 B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.. 40.00
1286 Beretania St. . .5 B. R. . 40.00
Elsie Ave 5B.R.. 40.00
Makikl St. . ., 3 B. R. .$ 45.00
Nuuanu Ave 4B.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 find it
much to their, advan.
tagc to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and we will ex
ent of public works has had an en
Ambassador Crane has upset all ot
tirely now idea on how the water 'crcl"r, Kn' lInns , M"
mo aiur um in an impolitic
tor tho city Bhould bo provided. And
tho good-natured taxpayers
tinvn ,nnnnor, or, ns Mr. Crane's state'
Without complaint paid the heavy, mcn,t ,ml!'t lndlcac. ib' Is a
expense of each official's experiment. I markeU difference of opinion be-
I twecn Secrctury Knox
.ildent Taft as to the
Dismissal of Mr. ltoosovelfs libel'".. " '.. " .. 7. .. ,'.. "
milt removes the Kedera lawyers llu,1(lclli Mr Tnft , regnrieil
.question of whether n newspaper . 0rcntu, ff , Cran(J
K.r .WT,"T.V WU"tl,eln 'the President practically directed
&i t . ot tl10 n,CW8"a",c1r- the Interview that caused nil the
Unfortunate r. however, tho meth- L-,, wlh K a h
-tin L 1 B I "Ti UC nrc- Mr' Crano ls chl1"' nn "
1 n , J f u aS Cl8Cly ,?Zmy '' ' Ibllc is In for a
Si e?, "6 T6 ,W'? 1'ersonnl exchange of opinions that
Cromwell nnd others on the stand. .,,, for ,he Ume beng ,mt ,, ,,,
' " , ... controversy In tho shade. It Is
It may be merely a coincidence, ',,,,,,, ,nt Crnll0 wll, nlow bm.
' 1!, ,,f,"lnKcr I'"1 Knolc nro ratcd self to be nfatle the scapegoat for tho
,wjth the t,o-called conservative or errorH ot ot1Prs f ,t ncluiles cvcn
reactionary forces, whllo Plnchot t,e President
rind Crane, about .whom the fire- ut nlenwiillc, what ot tho sltua
works are centered, tiro decidedly ot:ton the Orient'
'A i". uii. in ti urlefly put. Japan's plan Is to
Crane Incident Taft would he Indeed llnl)rove the AntunB.Mukden rail
a dliilomat If he can keep both meniWny ,or trn(e url)0SCSi nnd to Ao
... .....,, us lie um jKtinnger nnu lt jn 8UcIv 8 wny ns to glve tno Jnp.
I iUCllOt. . I nnnaa n sllrntt tltrmirrl. t.nll..Fn.. 1ln
HIlDVl M USlV-V tlllWUfjIi t 111 T1 UJ IlltU
from tho end of tho Korean penin
sula to Mukden. That means, ot
course, availability for military pur
poses, It also means the command
of some of the richest areas of Man
churia. This Antung-Mukden railway will
complete the side ot u triangle of
which Mukden Is tho apex, tho line
from Mukden to Port Arthur the
other side, nnd the shore lino from
Port Arthur to tho Yalu river, tho
baso. It Is a Japanese wedgo In
other words, with tho point toward
Harbin, the Russian Btronghold.
One of tho best statements ot tho
"The Antung-Mukdcn Hnllway,
tho question nt present In dispute,
Is not ot tho first Importance, and lt
Is tho cumulative effect of n number
of minor disputes between tho Kur
Knstcrn powers rathor thnn nny
slnglo difficulty that Imparts gravity
to the situation. In Itself each has
seemed capable ot settlement; but
the greater divergence between the
points of view of tho respective gov
ernments has prevented any under
standing being achieved.
"As the line Is somewhat an es-
sentiul link between the Korean
nnd Manchullan railway sjstcms,
tho Japanese contention him Just
that element ot legality thnt will lie
seen In any ur all of the disputes.
At the same time, the Chlncsoj point
of view Is no less worthy ot careful
consideration, for the Chinese argu
ment Is based upon tho probablo ef
fect of future conditions which It
would bo futile to deny nro tho ul
timate ubjoctivo of tho Jnpnncso
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
Welcome the coming friends
. and'Qodi'Speed the parting.
policy. Moreover, ngalnst the Jap
nncso argument that Improvements
must be made If tho lino Is to' pos
sess practical facilities for through
traffic, there Is tho Chinese claim
thnt economically It possesses little
value, and that tho schemo masks
the attempt of Japan to Improve her
strategic position in Manchuria.
"At nny rate, it Is somewhat re
markable thnt n people who hailed
Japanese successes In Manchuria
with enthusiasm three years ngo
kshould now be equally determined
to orrer opposition' to nil things Jap
anese. The public services In China,
which since tlui war hnvo been filled
with Japanese, China's trnde with
Jnptin, and the Chinese student ques
tion, nil show unmlstnknblo evidenc
es that wlicrj; formerly there' was a
wish fur n close rnpproacumcut,
there Is now nothing but a feeling
of dlsllko nnd distrust. It Is Inipds
slblo that muli it revulsion ot na
tional sentiment can hnvo been
brought about without n very stlmu-
r'M"i t irurt
MODELS 10 and 11
Some of the new features:
SINGLE DOG ESCAPEMENT
VARIABLE LINE SPACE LOCK
NEW PAPER FEED
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.,
' Exclusive Agents for trm Tcrritorg. nyusyt
If you like it sweet, well-flavored nnd light '
If you like it fine in texture, without a hard "crust, use
Because it' contains such a high percentage of butter-fat (&y per
with a rich, nutty flavor, such as you taste in ordinary bread once in a
A laker told r.s he had been usinpr it in his baking for a month, and
there had been a very pzrccptible increase in the volume of his businss
durinrr that time.
Uie Carnation Hill: for baking Bread, Doughnuts, Rolls, Cookies
and all kinds of Cakes. They'll be delicious.
HENRY MAY fc CO., Ltd.,
Distributors - Phone 22 and 92
GET READ FIRST.
i ", It will be necessary to adver
tlso the homestead lands of this
i, Territory In the mainland pa
pers extensively, before the
'class of citizens whom- wo ex
pect to attract here will be
'itblo to icalize the advantages
that tttesc Islands offer them
and will be able to mako up
their minds thnt their condi
tion will bo Improved by tho
chnngo. Clnrdon Island.
. l.'ilt n It fttn 1.n II . 1 I n I n in .
ostlon tho policy of advertising status of this particular sourco of
thb public lands of the Territory ot.lrlctln n the rnr East Is given by
Hawaii. There are other things Angus' Hamilton In the latest Issuo
to' bo considered, however. Tho of the .London Ornphlc. Mr. Hamll
first principle ot good advertising, ton ''
lsjto have the goods to back It up. j "Tlle pioblems outstanding be
The great complaint, nnd It has tween Chlnn nnd Jnpnn nro so many
been Justified, In handling our public 1t,mt ,0 trut'o their history would no
lands Is" that tho Territory nfter ask-1tess'tate n detailed survey of Chlno
lng thomalnlandcr to come hero Japanese, relations since tho termlnu
"iijid talio up land, the'n piocccds to "on of tho Russo-Japancso Wnr.
koop tho land seeker waiting uround Collectively, tho various disputes are
'Beyeral weeks or months until the n legacy from thnt campaign. Tnk
."governments decides what lt wants cn sIi'Bl'. thoy may bo icgnrdod as
'tiC do with the land for which he has a l""t of tho policy of aggression
made application. Then, after ev "lat Japan has followed In Manchur
erythlng Is nil "sot for the salef tho lil slnco tl'o upshot of tho Jlanchur
p'rqspectlvo settlors- find themselves )ur campaign constituted her the
outbid by energetic locaf people, uc,r t0 Kussla lu these northern ter-
ML ESTATE FOR SALE
latlng cause: and, nlthough tho
Japanese nro anxious to' find sup
port In thin countty (Ureal llrltnln)
for their policy In Manchuria in lcv
ot tho almost unlvcisnl distrust that
Jnpancso policy hns nrouscd, well
informed circles nre reluctant to en
dorse Japan's pretensions."
Just what Is to become of our
Minister Cinno will bo deteimlned
by Socretnfy Knox nnd President!
Taft, Hwuycd by the diplomatic ex
Igcncle.i or the rase, but wo shall
hnvo ul vn) h with us tho fact thnt
tho situation In China Ik tho biggest
problem tho world has on Its hands,
and tho United States will stand
firmly" for fair treatment of China
and tho open door,
MORE WAIKIKI PROPERTY.
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten ($10) dollars a month
will buy a lot ir the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay1 and are convenient to car line.
Eight lots in' KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Harbor.
Two desirable building lots.
3G.000 square feet $2,000
13,000 square feet 950
Let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom oSered. Take .advantage of it.
THE STHAMKIl I.lkellko was ills
patched fu'i- Uonnkan lit noon today,
taking goncr.il lines ot cargo but no
(Continued from Pane 1)
Ing of tho proposed plan of tho gov
ernment ns yet. Tho owners of tho
MochizuM CJuh have heard lndt
lectly nt the proposition nnd nro
prepmed to mako un answer ns soon
ns nppioncheil on tho inntler.
In cases where property oltnero
rcfitho to sell to tlto government,
condemnation xuIU wlljbo institut
ed, but It Is understood otcry effort
will bo inado to Herurt) tho property
In qucstlou nt satisfactory figures.
Hither than go Into tho courts over
tho mntter. Slhto tho Hist WnlldKl
propci ty was taken ln, tho depart
ment has extended lis plans bo that
u much moro extensive shore battery
will bo Installed In tho futuie.
BULLETIN AD6 PAY
. j Port and Merchant Streets, ,
Those "Arnold" Goods
The True Baby Outfit
Lap Pads , "
Consider how lender tho bnbys
skin Is, and tho Importunco ot se
lecting light gnrments Is empha
sized. Tho flno knit fnbrlcn ot tho
"AIINOI.U" (JOODS nro mndo from
soft, tw'lslod yarns, chemically treat
ed to nial.u' them highly antiseptic,
sanitary nnd pbsoibent. These gar
ments oxcol lu beauty tit finish,
thnpcllucsa nnd nnn-liiltntlng Quali
ties. Motheis seeking tho best for
their InibleH will by nil means adopt
tho "AltNOl.D" KNIT UAUMKNT3.
8eo "Arnold" catalog for Ulustiu
tiuns and full descriptions.
B. F. Ehlers & Co,
John V. Ontcs whllo In Seattle
met tho IU'V. John Foster, tho linn
tor .who married him tlilrty-llo
years ngo, and gae him $l,uou.
Tho wedding fee, nfter tho ceienumy,
wns only J5, nnd Oatesald ho want
ed to make up for It.
Imports from tho United Stutes Into
Now Zealand fell oil nthitly 48')ior
cent In the first quarter ot 1909. 'Cum.
pared with tho first quarter of '1008,
ncoordlng fo it tepoit by Cpnau-flon
eral William A. Frlckltt of Auckland.
The Weakly Edition or the Evening'
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
h n,w of thii day. "
FINE EBQNY GOOIJS
with,, silver mono
grams make very
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.Ebony .Toilet Ware
H. F. Wichnian
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