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THUREDAY OCTOBER-14. 1009
The work of the world is not ac
complished anonymously. It is the
work of living men, each true to the
Lest light of his generation. Those
the world has the right to honor are
those who have found enough to do.
The fields arc always white in their
harvest. David Starr Jordan.
than n V. Jl. C.
A. bullillus for Ho
Oil that wo might afford n band
hnlf tho nl of tllo ' Constabulary,
mm then our bund might ho- fnmouH
llascball fans arc gottlng a splen
(.11ft llnlsh for tha Benson that has not
boon exceptionally exciting In Na
tional League circles.
Japan, wbllo ery willing to let
Hawaii very much alone, shown a
miiihcd disposition to gut nil there
Is going in Afanchurln.
They're all beginning to rcallzo it.
Hvcry day jou hear of moro people
coming to a realization that Hono
lulu Is bound to grow.
l'lllplno musicians are wonders.
Their rendition of "Aloha Oo" luifc
nil tho toft expression and sentiment
that goci with Hawaii and Its na
It is rather amusing when people
put selling ordcis on tho market with
law sug.tr at 1.30. If tho prlco
should go to IHo cents, they might
i mi and .hide. ,,i f
Honolulu need nhed no tears over
llio loss of Wnlkikl piopcrty to tho
IViloral government when It icsults
in illllng up the ancient and odor
Ifuious dud; ponds.
This Y. M. C. A. building should
not delay the lncstinents for Im
pioved p.issonger traffic between tho
co.ist mid this City. Tho -money
doesn't tome from tho samo pocKcts.
George Kohnan, the famous 81
berlan explorer, snj g that Explorer
Cook's' talc of discovering the North j
I'olo Includes n feature of sledging
Over northern ico that Is n phjslcal
Impossibility. Regardless of how
many Eskimos Cook may bring for
ward, there wilt remain many llrst
class cxperlc. other than I'oarjy who
bcllcfd the'llrooklyn doctor to bo a
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Kaimuki IB. R.
Luzo St , 2B.R.
725 Xinau St
110 Bates St
1475 Thurston Ave
1280 Beretania St. . .6 B. R. .
Elsie Ave 5B.R..
Makiki St. ....... .3 B. 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.
li nm tho result of tho Jury trial
that dosed Wednesday night, It Is
evident that tho automobile scorch
ers hao created a piejudlce against
any man who d lives an automobile.
Piobjibly tho meanest miri fn town
Is tho one who cheats a newsboy out
of n nickel by holding the afternoon
newspaper long enough to read the
baseball headlines and then ghes It
OPEN DOOR FIGHT.
As additional details pre learned,
Iormtr Ambassador Crane appears
to havo been more tho lctlm of clr
inmstiinces than of his own conver
sation. To use n slung plna.su, he
has been mada tho "goat" of an in
ternational error, and apparently
President Taft Is .not ready to up
hold Crane and thus incur the out
spoken enmity of Japan.
Despite the denials that were
made, there must Jino been truth In
tho icportcd plan of tho United
States' to protest against certain de
tails of tho agreement between China
According to tho dispatches f,rom
Washington published In Japan, our
Secretary of Stnto contemplated n
format protest against China grant
ing to Japan a mining monopoly In
".anc'iurld within tho area tapped
oy tho Improved Anting-Mukdcn
nllway. Tho name dispatches stat
ed that America sought u shnrc In
tho monopoly, which seems Improii
able, but may bo tho Jnpancso way
of Interpreting tho demand for tho
open door. It Is claimed that tho
United States considered tho propos
ed convention n violation by Ja
pan of the open door policy
and Jnpan's falluro to consult tho
United States, n breach of good faith.
There can bo no doubt that tho
Munchurlan question Is a serious
source ci iiicuon, ami to all np-
pcainnccs tho United States Is stand
ing nlono In tho contest for the open
i no ur.ine incident by no means
Closes the Mniichurl.ui controversy.
During tho Interim, our affairs nt
PcMn.nrq In the hands of Mr.
Kletdior, n former army omcer, who
haa nJ ono of his diplomatic, lcloi
les, the clinnge of plans liy' which tho
United States was glcu u share In
the Chinese lallwny loans thnt wcro
supposed to bo exclusively for I'u-lopo.
Trent Trust Co, JLtd.
EOPLE with pro
perty who wish
to keep the in
terest of their heirs
in mind will find 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.,
Tho foicgolng fpatincs of tho
charter were Ilxed absolutely (y tho
Legislature. Tlioy nuiBt strlko tha
iiverngo student of city gmejiment
us h(lng little merits Slnco practi
cally nil power of municipal contiot
which the state nllows tho rlty to
exorcise and' In Massachusetts this
power Is not very great, for tho
stall retains direct control of the
lo'Ire and of ii'atiy other ma-'crs at
locnu concern Is lodged in tho
mayor, II would havo been wiser to
abolish tho council altogether tbnu
to preset o It as u wirt of munlctpii
The nltci native propositions be
tween which tho people of ISiuton aio
given their choice through icfmcn
dum oxclto couslderahlu public (In
terest, plan "No. 1 piovldes for u
major serving two jonm, with, a
When tho Sugir Tiust organ ro
polls that the shortago of tho Euro
pean beet emu will bo very slight, It
Is a fnlr gamble to tako tho opposite
side and play for most unexpected
shortages In teh sugar content of
According to tho most recent or
dcu from tho Navy Department ns
contained in tho Hullo tin's ex
clusive cables, Honolulu will enjoy
calls from four moro cruisers going
to tho Orient, and four of i thoso
hqmowaid bound from the Asiatic
It Is sLgnlllcaut of tho Federal
policy towaid Hawaii that tho legal
officers of tho disbursing depart
ments do not find dllllctilt points In
tho law that oporato to prevent the
expenditure of gclicinl funds on pub
lic works In tho vicinity of Honolulu.
(lencial Pcishlng has had amplo
proo'f tliut stock newspaper cuts
never allow a man to chango. Wo
would not Buggcst thnt tlio Uencinl
lias giown old, but tho photograph
tho newspapers got In tho days of
tho Phlllpptno campaign don't lit
now, by'baveinl rows of whiskers.
Judging from icports that nro
coming n, tho traveling lover has
fctiuck In nil over tho woild. Trans
continental trains aro ciowded bcr
joud tho limit, transAtlnntlc tesor
vatloin are dllllctilt to obtain, and
tinns-Paclflc passenger accommoda
tions aro not enough to plcasu tho
ciowd that appeals to bo wending Its
way about tho vvoild.
NEW CHARTER FOR BOSTON.
As n result of tho work of tho II
nancp commission, lloston is to havo
n now city charter. Tho principal
parts of It wcro embodied In low by
tho Legislature without giving tho
people, a chnuco to say whether they
wanted them on not. Thoro Is pro
vision, however; for a referendum
upon two nltcrnatlvo features of tho
Like tho charters of New Yoik and
Phllndolphla, which havo not boon
productive of good municipal gov
ernment, tho now chaitor of lloston
vesta nil Important powers In tho
major and rcndeis tho city council
little moro than n debating society
In fact tho lloston charter goes far
ther In tho direction of making the
major a dictator than docs that of
any other city."
All appropriation ordinances must
oilglnato with the major. Tho
council may reduce, but may not In
create any Item. Loan ordinances
ns piepnrcd by tho mnyor become, cf
fcttive unless rojectcd by tho coun
cil within n spccined time. Tho
iieto of tho major upon , measures
paused by tho council is absolute.
Tho power of nppolntniont also Is
lodged exclusively In tho major
without tho ordlunry requirement or
council confirmation, Tho major's
appointees, Including the hends ot
departments, jimst bo recognized ex
ports or peisons specially fitted by
education, training or experience for
tho duties falling upon them. Tho
btato c'lvll-sorvlco Lommlbslon Is di
rected to conduct tin Inquiry Into
each appointment and to nullify any
which does not meet tho charter le
QUlremcnt. There, is provision nlso
for u permanent finance commission
to bo appointed by tho governor of
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
i 11:30 p.m.
Welcome the comwtc friends
and Ood Speed the parting.
iject (o recall after two years, and a
council of nine members elected at
'.arse- , in
- Tho chief feature. p plan No. .2 I?
tho provision doing i away with all
party nominations for municipal of
fices anu parij' ucsignniioas oh iuu
ballot and requiring 'that all noml
nutlonsdio mndo by petition. On ac
count of this feature a strong cam
paign U being made for tho adoption
of (ilnn No. - though tho charter as
n whole does not exclta much enthu
siasm. ,','. ' .
I-1 J LLI3TT
CLUNEY COMES UP
FOR TRIAL TOMORROW
A continuance until tomorrow was
granted b j-Judgo Andraile in tho case
of J. C. Clunoy, charged with' heedloss
diivlng. Clunoy will 'do remembered
as having an Into a carriage contain-
...n ,. i. ., , ,- Jlng tho Japanese consul. He was itrlv
u..Hl ...l...h ,,,,.. lu.- nB ,u, .uutcimoMIo ntrtho tlmo. Tho
en both by wards and nt large, nonv
Illations to bo nmdo no nt present.
Plan No. 2 provides for a major
chosen for a four-jcar term, but sub
join! ot tho Japanese consular vehlclo
was sovercly Injured by tho Collision,
M BULLETIN ADA PAY -M
Mluie Oct. 9. llio annual meeting-
of the Walnllui Hut was held in the
Hul Hall, W'alnlha. Heptcmber 30. It
was known that tho ciiinln sldo had)
Loen soarcned for n fat Juicy pig. i:v-
erj'ono was there, nnd It was tho social
event of the year, i
Tho original members of tho Hill
were 71 lu number. They bought tho
lninl from tho chief who owned it and
organized Iho Hul. Most of these 6rlg.
Inal owners have passed away and
their Interests havo fallen to Ihelr
children, grandchildren, etc., so thnt
tun original shares have been subdi
vided Into smnll fractions, ycatly
giovvlng more Olmlmitlvo and compli
cated. Accoidlngly tho calling of tho
roll to ascertain If n quorum was
present was a complicated and.
lengthy proceeding, ns each small frac
tion must be accounted for and when
Dually tho toll was completed. It was
ii problem In least common multiple
to mid tho shares tip. Tho Intelligence
of the Hul was nppnlntod u coimntltio
for this purposa ami the meeting ad
journed Id glvu them tlmo nnd quiet
to wrestle with the problem. Tho task
seemed n hopeless ono until the bright'
idea struck ono of them, of converting
llio fractions into decimals, wnon it
was n simple matter t oadd them. A
quorum wns then speedily declared,
tho meeting wns called to order and
Reports were then received from
tho manngcr, secretary nnd treasurer,
which wcro referred to a special com-,
mttteo for examination. Again Iho
meeting adjourned while this commit
tee struggled with tho treasurer's re
port. A certain cluslvo discrepancy evad
ed tho committee for a long time but
wns finally run to ground and tho re
ports approved but with tho sugges
tlo ntlutt hereafter this work should
bo dono by nn auditor In advance so
us not to delay tho 'lunch und unduly
weary the meeting. As It was report
ed that tho pig was now IHug ex
humed tho constitution wnj rpcedlly
fixed up, to provide for llio auditor,
nnd the scene was rapidly tram formed
Into n banquot hall, where tho nlmplo
viands were discussed with much en
thusiasm. i Hesimilng business a div
idend of $"0 n share wns declared,
much to the satisfaction ot even one.
Officers for thu following year were
then elected ns follows: J, K. I.otn,
president; Win. Werner, secretnry;
It. Pniikl, manager; O. 11. Mnkco,
treasurer; J.'JL Lydgato. auditor.
Tho meeting then adjourned.
LIIIUC, Oct. 9. Tho Improvement
In tho times t Walnllia, due mainly
to tho decrease In business und pop
ulation which has been brought
about by teh development ot the
Held of tho Kauai Electric Company,
has resulted In a new postomco for
that section, which will be Inaug
urated next month. Tho flrst post
master will bo W. E. Smith, who.
has been busy getting the official
papers tilled out and otherwise pre-
paring for his duties. The now
building In which the office Is to ho
lo:.ited will bo placed on the Hacno
side of tho Wnlnlha River, nt tint,
inakal end of tho new. carriage road
which 'leads up the valley to tho
A new postofllco Is nlso to bo plac-
Led at Kapna'ln tho near future, to
take the place occupied by the for
mer office In thnt place, which fas
discontinued several years ago
when 'the postmaster then holding
office was convicted ot embezzling
the funds over which he had con
trol. Mrs. C. 11; Qrny Is to be tho
postmistress hep, and her ofllclul
residence Is now being built on Kn-
REAL ESTATE FOJl SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten (S10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These Jots command ,a
view of Koko Head and Waialae .Bay and are convenient to car line,
Eiftht lots in KAIHUKi TRACT on the same terms each Jot containing-
15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Harbor.
Two desirable building lots;
36,000 square feet ,....' - $2,000.
13,000 square feet 050
let us i hov you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS' real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
Editor nvonlng Dullotl n:
Tho following notice, In n recent num
ber of Science, is of Intorcst In' show
ing tho many financial stimuli that
urga onward tho pioneers ot aerial
"8lr William Hartlej of Liverpool
and Ixindon. offers 15000 to the first
person who makes a successful flight
In a heavlertlinnulr machine between
Liverpool and Manchester, without
any Intermediate stop. The offer Ih
International, und will last for six
Whitney & Marsh
We cordially' invite you to attend
Amj-Lf. - ,3nras
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Visit our store. You will be both
surprised and delighted at the.
elegance and exclusiveness of the
that are now on exhibition
We have no "duplicates. Every
article and dress length will be
unique in itself. v
Government meteorological tests to
be niado at Indianapolis and nt Omaha
simultaneously havo been delayed by
. the explosion of two of fifteen bal-
Bulletin Business Price Phone 256, 00s imported from Krunco especially
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone lWffor these experiments.
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The True Baby Outfit
. Night Gowns
Consider how tender tho baby's
skin Is, nnd tho Importance ot so
lcctlng right 'garments Is empha
sized. The fine knit fabrics ot tho
"ARNOLD" (lOODS nro mado from
soft, twisted yarns, chemically treat
ed to make them highly antiseptic,
sanitary and absirbcnt. These gar
ments excel In beauty of! finish,
shapeliness nnd non-lrrltnttng quali
ties. Mothors seeking the best for
their babies will by nil means adopt
tho "AUNOLO" KNIT GAUMKNT3.
Bee "Arnold" cntnlog for illustra
tions and full descriptions. '
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TINE EBONY GOODS
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