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'" TThcrc is a purity which only suf-
ferin,; can ia.K';ythe stream of life
i.A-i,',. .,,..Mt ,!,, it flashes
-r,, against the rocks. Jean Paul.
UCLU1UV4 o.iv. .-.. vi ....- --
Willing Rivers nro the best
mako steady workers us well
No man can lose money boo'tlti:; tlio ability of some of our people to
for Honolulu. It has not et rwht'd put tln-Ir reel in anything, nnd half
tho full strldo of Us splendid giowtu.' tho ignoramuses of tlio mainland
i . i (would bo asking It It ically was l)r.
. Dr. Cook needs to get hi" Hskl-! Couk who dlsroicred Hawnll.
.niim In better trim than lie did Ills1
two companions who made that pic-1
turwiuo trli up Mount McKlnlcy.
Our band inn play ns well as thoso
Flllplnps, if the pcoiilo would glvo
our bund the numerlenl force of mu
sicians und first-class Instruments.
T)r. Cook has now to show eniifS
WhV 10 Blinllld llllt llO pUt UOWIl l.l i
American fakir of Ibu
Annrnnrli of the lax useossmciil
period will not cause the careful man
to hcllcvo that his Ft-citrltloa nro
worth lots than thoy were when su
gar Wan limited at 3.9U.
Let another cargo reach port with
tsiinnr nt live edits and nuotatlons on
the local stocks might drop to p.ir. ' ''iwall. and u particular dlsRraco to
Just to pvovo that Honolulu has. citizens of Hawaii County,
some remail.nblo peculiarities. I There Isn't any nrfiunient that can
ttt tt; 1 1 3 created to competently defend tho
Next best to soo tho Rreat chain-' present road policy of Hawaii Colin
plDiishlp baseball guinea Is to read , 1 . One mini Rot a few nttractlvo
tho score that tho special cable-
gmtim of tho It u 1 1 e 1 1 n put nt the
disposal of Honolulu people every i
If .Hawaii County .ran produco n
(onipoteiit nnd unprejudiced Grand
.lury. It should begin a searching In
M'stlKiitlou of tho liuslncss methods
of illnwnll County oUlclals from tho
least to tho greatest.
(JIvo what you can and Invent lib
erally for tho Y. SI. O. A. building.
11 Is ono of the cornerstones of Ho
nolulu's mngnlllccnt future, slnco It
'slnnds for right living before mak
1 lug a study of tho creeds.
Well might tho wholo world rlso
up In protest against tho execution
, of Francisco Ferrer, though ho did
preach i evolution. Tho tluio has
passed when even Spain- call sacrl
llco human lives without regard 'for
Gradually, hut nono tho less sure
ly, the fact seems to be seeping
through tho sensibilities of tho Ho
nolulu public Hint this city Is right
on Its way to being n groat town In
point of numbers nnd American pop
ulation nnd business activity.
a . i
' Attorney Carl Smith has poured
some hot shot into tho Hawaii Coun
. ty Hoard of fiupdrvleors. Of courso
tlio community wnlts with Interest
to lotirn whether tho Supervisors un
sivcr by making fuces nt Attorney
Curl and letting It go nt Hint.
Wu Ting Fang attending splilt-
ualist seances might get a lino On
what Europe Intends to do with
' China. No earthly power can foro-
'cast what Is coming since Hrother
Crane went up In -tho air so high
nnd lit with such nn awful thud.
Dears nt work In tlio stock mar
ket havo produced n list of quota
tions that Is absolutely ridiculous.
Tho practical jentlf Is that tho lit -
tlo follows are being shaken out nnd
tho big ones naturally step in und
gobhlo up nil tho good things that
drop by Itho wayside.
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Kxplorcr Coolc will linvo h iiarder
tlmo convincing tho aoplo thut ho
reached thu North Foo than ho op
rntiuhircil In all his northern travels.
According to well-known ' experts
Cool: did Impossible stunts whllo
1'oury won his laurels lit tho regit
,,,,' , , ,..., , ... ,,
M7r - ,,u"u' V!on rsl..r?ty r,hut u, ,!? cr,,w"ei1
I street car boforo tho act of congress
; ,."""" " ," , '" ' giving that body Jurisdiction over tho
Republicans should be Buro otCnr llnca of tlio District of Columbia
their policy nnd absolutely certain rnll i,n ,.frr,.,i KnvH .tn.ii-n Miiilnm.v
ji.of solid party support before they go
''vlnto any special session piogrnms. If
"O'dellnllc result can bo secured to'
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OCTOBER 15. 1009
present to Congress tlio extra session
I. well worth while. If It mean., ten
weeks of wrangling, let's forget to
l'UU IU)U 111 ll
nnil' rerlinlis tlio Fool 'Killer would
us take enro of tho. catch-phrase for Hn-'
wall based on the Cook-Peary contro
versy. It would ho characteristic of
HAWAII COUNTY ROADS.
j One of Hawnll County's Supervis
ors Inn come out in open meeting
I nnd declared that ho Is ready to vote
for it county mad engineer.
It would appear from this that tlio
II u I I e 1 1 n cnnlpalRn for an In-
"--H--i. imm uinu-u...i ) "ii
tlio Island of Hawaii Is hearing fruit
Why should y of thn members
01 me iio.iru 01 htipervisois continue
" hold out aR.ilnst a policy Hint will
liromotu tlio Rood unmo of Hawnll as
well as pood roads? Their present
program Is barbaric, Wless, expen
sive, without any ndvantuRcnus re
sults to the people, n blot on the
Rood name of tlio wholo pcoplo of
phrases together and attempted h,
defenso, but lie retired from tho Hold
after ono spasm
People of Hawnll, County should
make their Inlluenco felt for n pro
gressiva rond policy In no uncertain
Let Is not bo said, ns has been said
with truth In the past, that tho
County of Hawaii management in
tho matter of ro.ids Is a disgrace to
tho name of county government.
Let It ho remembered that the pco
plo nro responsible; for their gov
ernment, and mi obviously dlsgracc-
ennnct bo mniritalued
without rcflcttlnR on tho good' unmo
of tho majority of tho electorate "Tn
DONATIONS FOR Y. M. C. A.
V. K. Sleero Ycsj I'll go to KalnmVl
for a subset iptlon.
Nnrmnn Wutklns Haven't had so
much fun slnco I ran for Suporvlror.
Fred Hush Tills is real promotion.
W. W. Hall I waa on this sumo lob
27 years ago. It's easier now.
W, F. Dillingham No, sir; it doesn't
rcqulro a suction dredger to get a con
tribution nut of liny man.
Dr. Hand l'nlso and respiration
O. K, j
Mr. Kbersolc This bents Ohio and
Ohla' beats any oilier plnco on tho
Dr. Scuildcr Honolulu always ro
sponrlsito u worthy appeal.
Oen. Angus Ycji; I'm willing to tell
how wo do It.
'John Martin Is this Honolulu Unit
ed or Honolulu Untied?
Dr. Hobdy Tho system la faultless.
Tho Army nnd tiny pooplo cannot
holp ndmlro that sldo of tho campaign-
F. V., Damon It'a good tobo nliyo
.always, but especially nt a tlmo llko
this when men tiro doing tilings for
F. C. Athcrton Team work tells.
Judge Ballon A Alio example of u
ttato of preparedness.
A, Ij. Castlo .Ilasehall luetics work
J. J. Furn Woiu'cd a now city hall,
but thu Y, M. C. A. building should
como first. '
Jiimlo Wilder I'm getting nioro gen
uine satisfaction out of this than out
of anything I over worked on.
.1. 1 Conliu Everybody IK feo good
natured ulKiut it all.
Harry Armitage Hid II3IJ.
Iionlnu Tho campaign would make
n flno moving picture.
i The imerstnte-connnorco commls-
,)f washlngtin In a decision,
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Kaimuki ;..1B. R.
Luzo St 2B.R.
Xaimuki .x. 2B.R-
Bcrctnnia St 2B.R.
Young St ,4B.R.
Vineyard St 3.B..R.
725Kinau St 3B.R.
110 Bates St 3B,R.
Bcretania St 3B.R.
1475 Thurston Ave. .4 B.lt.
1280 , Bcretania St. . .5B.R.
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Nuuanu Ave (4B.R.. 100.00
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EORLE with pro
pcrty 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 cxr
Bishop Trust Co,,
' Bethel Street. " '
Vnllukil, Maul, Oct.- 13. 1.01 Sun
day,-October 10,-thO'iiew church build
lug nt Sprcckclsvlllc, Maul, was dedi
cated with upproprlato oxerclscs. Tho
pretty church was built by the church
members ,tbo Hawaiian Commercial
und Sugar Co. nnd outside' friends. Tho
total cost Including furnishings, was
ncrly $1000. At tho unmu tlmo that
the church was dedicated, the congro
gallou was formally organized Into'tho
Spieckclsvlllo Kvnngellcal church.
Twcnty-ono peoplo Joined nB chartoi'
members. Tho nctlng, pastor Is Mr.
Albert J. Knlclklnl.
IteV. Then, A. Wulkuii preached tho
sermon nt tho dedication exorcises
llov, K. II. Turner gavo tho charge- to
tho pcoplo and welcomed tho church
Into tho Association of Maul, .Moloknl
und I.onal. Hoi. H. P.- Daldwln told
how' tho pcoplo of tho congregation
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment nnd ten ($10) 'dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT, .These lots command a
view bf'Koko'Heau'and-Waialae'Bay and are convenient to carUine.'
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same .terms each-lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Har
bor. - , '
Two desirable building Jots,, ,;
30,000square feet ,. .... $2,000
13,000 square feet ,. , . . ., .950
let uf show you an investment in' COLLEGE -HILIS'treal estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
WW MUM WW r
, ' Fo.rtahd Merq
V k9 V0 9Mw mm . w m 'W WvhfF
J aC f
A Country -Home,
For Sale !
A new 5-room house
with modern pliunb-,
injr, fireplace! beauti
ffnl 'view; servants'
quarters; six acres of
cleared land. " The
property is fenced and '
has a spring of water
.near upper end.
from the Coast ;is now em
ployed, at. the .Soda-Foun- '
tain in the Alexander
'7 Open Irom'O a. ,'m. to
-u -HflO p. in.
Welcome the coming- friends
and Qod Speed theparting. m
had worked ('or tho now building, Hie
keys nf'whlen ho presented to the act
ing pastor. '.Hon. John W: Knltin gave
a brief history of tho work tho Maul
Association had dono in relation to the
now church, Other 'parts on tho pro
grunt wero taken by Revs. Obed'Nawa
hlnrj, T, Tl. Kaumehowa and' R. -B.
Dodge. Tho communion servlco was
given by Hon. II. P. Itoldwln. .Mr. Wm.
Koanu gnvo'lho pulpit Blblo. '
About two hundred people woro pres
ent nt tho exercises, about soventy
coming by train from Wnlluku.
Owing to 'tho unprccedcntcdrsuccess
of tho Carlo? engagement nnd the fact
'that many children wero unable to
bco tho performances, thero will bo a
special matinee and final performance
tomorrow nfternoon for thobencflt of
ladles mid children. Popular prices
hant Street. "j !$ ,-;JT,. . I
REAR ADMIRAL SOON
RETIRES IN SEPT.
k .' . 4 i
Order 'For Promotion Is
, Expected At Any
Almost any tlmo now Commandant
Itees, of tho U. S. Nfivai Station may.
receive tho omdnl order from tho de
paitment at Washington, contorrlnf
on 'him tho rank of Hear Admlsjtl.
While It lins been known for some
time that Captain Keen Is in closo line
for tho promotion, It was not cxiiected
so soon. It Is understood there aro
lint three names ahead of him. and the
recent promotion of Captain Nlles puts
him very near tho aiWance.-
Cnptaln Itees entered Uio Naval ser
vice July 30, 18flG, after serving a year
nnd a half In tho Volunteer Army,-nnd
will bo retired from service-September
4, 1910, having at that tlmo reached
tho ago limit, sixty-two. Promotions
have bocn very rapid In tho last ten
years, and Captain Kees will be hon
ored with tho promotion to Hear Ad
mlrnl nnd servo 'as such for probably
a year before leaving tho service en
tirely. .In connection with Captain -:Hces'
promotion it Is interesting toi know
that Admiral Scbroc, who was hero
recently, advanced from tho rank of
Cnptaln slnco 1905'. Major Wlnslow
In explaining this says: "A number of
years ago, largo groups of men; wero
placed In the naval academics, and
graduated all about thu Bninetlnie. As
n consequence n largo number are be
ing retired at about tho rami time,
reaching tho ago limit together."
HIGHER COURT FOR
Appeared Before Judge Andrade and
Bond Fixed 'at $2,000 Pleads
Guilty to the Charge.
Tho fate of Chun DUCK Soon, n
Korean who was apprehended yester-
rday by Chief of Detectives .Leal and
charged with, burglary, musi inceu
higher tribunal than the .police
The Korean was arraigned? before
rndiro Andrade this morning. . He
Ananuie mis uiuouiis- ,
plead guilty to tho charge of un -
lawfully entering the promises or
Mrs. A, L. Hordmann, a. nurse to;Mrs.
Forbes, ex-inatron of the Lunnlllo
From the room tho light-fingered
Oriental made away -with a number
of valuables .Including .gold specta
cles,, n lady's cllver watch, gold (ring,
Masonic charm or .emblem and $18'
In currency. Chief. Leal and-his men
promptly nabbed Cun Duck Soon as
soon as the theftwas reported. He
has been laying nround Honolulu-for
some time and has beon under the
eys of the police, the Korean being
an old offender.
Judge Andrado bound the Korean
over ito 'tho Orand Jury, and iln; de
fault of u bond of .12,000, he was
committed to the jail to await a
"Look out, HI," shouted the farm
er's wife as the big balloon soared
over the furm with n training an
chor, -"Them thar nrynaughts will
hook, yew uiKHko.n Ash 'It yew, don."t
"Gosh, Mandy!" gasped the old
fnrmer as he dropped his rake.
'JYew don't think, they'd .try to do
such a thing purposely,'' do yow?"
"Wouldn't trust them, HI. That
tall chap looking down here with the
spyglass Is ono ot-them thar Indiana
writer folks nnd he's working on a
book called 'The Uplifting of the
Farmer.' Reckon yew'd better keep
yewr eye on, thnt anchor,",
pjr BULLETIN ADS PAV-VB
Those: Arnold" floods
The'True Baby Outfit
IB. R $Ehlers & Co.
More Than $100,000 Should
Be Pledged Says, Dillingham
'One -of -the-f eaters nfihe' New Y.M.UC.A., Building will be a dormitory
with at least forty rooms. In every city on the mainland the de
mand for these rooms is so keen that there is always a waiting
list. They return a small revenue to the Association.
Jl. F. Dillingham has two sons In
the Y. M;-C. A. building .fund 'cam
paign, and Is taking a hand hlmseir.
For years Mr.. Dllllnjhnm waB with
the strong group that cifrrlcd along;
the old Y. M. C. A. in 'Its formative
years, 'with 'Its many struggles, nnd
disappointments, 'literally "bcnrlng-
tho heat of tho day.!' . Hut It Is-evl-dent
that he, has lost nono.of IiIh In
terest or enthusiasm, und he Is t a
worker with tho active ones today.
"For a number of years," says Mr.-
Dillingham, "I was chairman of tho
employment, committee, In the, old
association, tn thut connection 1
had an opportunity to make a .full
test of tho use of the society nnd to
gnln'nvaluablo experience with men
looking for work nnd employerst
The association did valuable service
by standing between tho two par
ties. It wns'cssentlni of course that
only good men bo recommended nnd
uiero unu, 10 uu preiiy iiiin, mining
sometimes. What I thought wnrf the
Very- best feature 'of tho work and
"" "" " "" bimvij ui"ot
i In recent years .was the' fitting of
jmen for positions'. The. old nssocin-
tlon prepared any number of men for
'ofHce and other-work. Of courso In
1 moa unyswc mu not nave tne com -
f Continued ffrom-PM. tl v
tlvltlcs which had, b6cn' arranged here
for his delectation,- ho did not -go' to
tho trouble of picking up, his private
belongings and papers. -Upon 'the ro -
turn of the Prince to tho steamer that
afternoon, he was then apprised of tho
change that had been made in' his
stateroom. The Mongolia officers are
said to have curtly Informed'HIs High
ness thnt the room that ho had occu
pied durlngthovflrst part of tho voy
age from 'Sap, '.Francisco to tho Orient
was assigned to -another person,; Whllo
they rcgrcttoif his removal to another
cuarter of tho steamer, It Was claimed
tbnttbe'tranffer could not bo avoided.
Prince Otnnl Immediately returned
to nhoro and presented the case befnro
the Japanese consulate. Ho. also de
clared that, he had mlsscn several art
icles through'the hasty transfer: No
report was mado of 'tills to'tho; Purser,
according to tho local agents.
The matter-of alleged discourtesy to
ono so high In the -royal lino of Dal
Nippon has been kept hushed up for
the past few days but the matter has
finally leaked out; It is understood
that the prominent Japnneso mer
chants of Honolulu havo held, a meet
ing atwhlch tho charges in-efcrrcd by
Prlnco, Otanl. wero given .careful con
sideration. Today, the question of in
stituting a boycott againBt the offend
ing steamship company was more or.
less freely discussed In Jupaneso corn,
Caution and discretion has been nil
Consider how tender the, baby's
skin irf, nnd thev-mportance of 'se
lecting right .garments Is empha
sized, Tho 'fine knit fabrics of the
I' ARNOLD"' .CIOOD8 are. mado from
soft, twlstod yarns, chemically treat
ed to make them highly antiseptic,
sanitary and nhsorbeiit. These gar
ments: excel iln beauty ! of -finish,
shapeliness nnd non-lrrltattng. quali
fies. ' Mothers seeking 'the' best for
their babies will by all means adopt
the J'ARNOLD" KNIT GARMENTS.
Sco "Arnold" cntalog for Illustra
tions and full descriptions.
pletc facilities that nro now on the
staff, but wo liad good ones as far as
tho departments went, I remember
on tho list of teachers J., 11. Athcrton,
P. C. Jones, W. A. llowen and many
"I have been Interested ' In the
promotion Of a number of projects
here," continued Mr. Dillingham,
"but, nono of them have appealed
to me so strong as docs this one for
the new Y. M.tC: A. building. It
will bo' the best thing that has hap-
pened for Honolulu since the first
building wus erected. Its possibili
ties nro simply, b'cyond limit; The
association touches the whole of the
community with u more vital and
efftfjtlvo, contact than, anything l
cbuld Imagine. It Is ns many sided
as -was Henjainln Frnnklln, and ev
ery sldo is commanding.
'"It should bo the desire of; every'
man who makes any claim at all to
having the remotest color of ' public
spirit to do the very best he can for
this project. It Is n genuine. pu'bllo
movement, and tho contributions
should bo generous. The, campaign
should' be closed with a good deal
more than .the $100,000 pledged.
. ,u cit, i
nnd I havo every confidence that such
) win-be the case.
I vised by tho mora cool-headed and' con-
Tho 'Japanese .who are In tho foro-
ground In- the proposed boycott want
to throw all the, business between Ha
waii and Japan or vice versa to the
vessels operating by tho.Toyo. KIb.i
Cargo offerings for the T. K. K. Ten
yn Mnru, duo to arrive hero on Mon
day nnd destined to Ball for Japan, will
bo watched with moro than unusual' In
terest now that tho discrimination
against, tho Pacific Mall Is, threatened.,
According 'to'the local-agents for tho
i-acinc Aian liner, count otanl wan
given the best stateroom on the Mon
golia at the express wishes trom tho
Snn Francisco office ftlr. Takakuwn,
of- tho reception committee made a
personal 'request of tho Honolulu rep
resentatives of tho stonmer to give tho
Prince' tho 'best accommodations that
the' liner afforded. Thls-wastlono. It
fnct It Is 'stated that tho -bent roomt
had been engaged prior to ithet arrival
of tho royal Japanesobut His High
ness had been given room according
to his rank nnd station. , v
Nino prisoners of nineteen who .fled
from the jail at Osh, Astatic Russla, '
woro killed by tho military i guard.
Nino others wore wounded and only
end escaped, ,
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