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BVNmavDTJLL!TIK, HONOUJLtJ, T. I!., MONDAY. OCT. 18, MS.
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"As I survey the past and look in
to the future, I am firmly convinced
that the world is improving; that
mankind isgrowing .better; that we,
ns people and nations, are aiming at
higher thiiijp. Despite all the short-,
comings, the failures to reach high
standards, the criticisms of the day,
I believe we are progressing toward
n better life." Associate Justice
No ono 8ccni8 to Iiavo collapsed
from surprise over the latest vic
tor" or tae greatest negro flsttc or- j
list In the owrld.
Judged by the teit of Saturday,
Hfuolutu could send a tennis-team
Into tlio upper circle of tennis worlds
mid have no difficulty In making
tlii'in all tit up and take notice.
' Don't wait until the rush of win
ter business Is nearly passed, and
then wonder why nothing was dono
early In tho season to solve the
transportation problem of Honolulu.
Maul, with Its new Chamber of ,
Commerce icproscntlng all the ham-1
IOCS 01 IUC ISIillMI, BI1UUIU uu nuHc-
mctited by a elmllar organization'
provo that Kauul Is united and ready
for action when public Interests re
It would not be the first time nomo
of tliu local
hot heads among ; Japan-.
' " "" 1&1,
mrL "'L.1 i
more maturo deliberation they
thought bcflci of It and denied ev
erything. " '
iltcal values of Honolulu's Invest
ments have not been reduced tho
fraction of u cent. Tho tips nnd'l
dowfts of tho market are merely In
cidents of a steady progress that will'
limke the Honolulu of 1912 look like
' nijothcr city.
Transportation companies that!
promise to put on larger steamers
ifglven tho proper local support,
ought not to wait long on a Honolulu
that. Is lliotoughly and earnestly
united for tho solution of thls'Tcr.
iltory's greatest problem
, Honolulu nlwavi
weicchuo for tho honored represen
tatlvcs of nil friendly nations, and
although I'rlnco KunI cannot re
main long, wo believe that tlio mem-,
mlh .. 1. t .t..li . al.la Irtfll illlnpl.
, ,. .. i. i.i
lilll MWri Will UU UllllU IIO 1I.111I US IIIO hf i, .. . .. .
stiy In tho city on tho other side, f"1 tho nanagor. of the organlxa
,i..., i. . i.i. n. nn,,nin,.. ,lon wl" reciprocate In kind. Do-
where ho made his first ncquaintnuco
with America's good will.
jltcnlslon of tho Organic Act Is en
titled, to the undivided attention of
tliu people nnd their representatives.
Tlferoforcrtho cxtru besslon of the
legislature will bo moro widely ap
proved ns all tho pros and cons arc
carefully thought out. As for tho
expeuievwu can't get oven compo-
tcntirml-wcll-balanced legislation tor
If any Hawaii Supervisor can
'jcouvliico any Intelligent man that
Hawaii County's, road policy Is.tho
best, cither ono or both might be
consldcied as reincarnated represen
tatives of n miss-spent Ufa during
the daik ages. Hawaii County Su
pervisors havo not even an engineer
to start ttiem Uglit In the first prin
ciples of good roae. building.
Now that thp students of the Col
lego of Hawaii havo broken Into
athletics, porhafs n larger number
of our Intelligent citizens will
, rcullzo tlijit thp institution is on
earth, and Its great benefits are bo
lng mada use of by nn Increasing
'number of Hawaii's blight joung
men and women, The College of
'Agriculture nnd Mechanic Alts haR
"inadu good" In every mainland
'Stuto nnd Territory. TI19 Territory
of Hawaii will bo no exception to
.Of co 11 1 so nothing good can come
out of Tammany, but-since. Tarn
ninni' linn limm ftwmt (n tinniltinrA.n
,'rpspectablo randldato for Major of,'101'"' to wo "10 ijieatneks of tho,fu
kNew York City, It may be entirely
tsafo to call attention to th coinmo'nt
Bf Ernest Ilarvler, who presided over,
d convention of tho Democratic Un-
' WBBKLV BULL.BTIN
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Intcrtd at ttic Potoffic at Honolulu
ai second class matter.
.OCTOBER 18, 1909
Ion, an organization made up of
Democrats opposed to Tammany. Mr.
Havlcr's rcmniks appropriately cov
er a broader field than certain New
York Republicans. They fit a typo of
American humnnlty who would do
politics occasionally, and then only
In a half-hearted manner. Mr.
Ilarvfer raid: "Anyone who has at
tended a fusion conference In New
York In which the Republican party
was represented by conferrees of un
questioned amiability nnd extreme
politeness can understand why It Is
that New York remains n Domocrnt
Ic city. All righteous political
movements for cvlc benefit seem to
havo a powerful attraction" for fools.
A good motto fpr political conferenc
es would bo the words of Napoleon
at klhe battle of the Pyramids: 'The
battle Is to begin now. All Jack
nsses to the rear.' "
Managers of the Y. M. C. A. build-
tntr rnninnleii nrn nnf nnlv in 1m enn-
Kratu,ateU 0I1 navlng rnse(, n rccor(1
....... , -..,, ,i,. ,,,., nlan ,, ,,.
elding to stop after having reached
the point tet.
To have a second thought and go
after moro than the original sum on
- "ount of the work being easier
i -an was expected Is to be very
len keeps hanging on for' tear th
- heV7e,.oV wi make'
and In the long run, loses.
Nearly everybody Is good natured
about this campaign. Most of the
givers were willing givers, and If
they wcro not, they don't feel so
badly that they won't forget it In
the Joy of watching results.
To actively campaign for more
would start a lino of argument and
criticism that would more than like
ly tlngo pleasure of ' success with
might-have-beens nnd ought-to-bes,
that would hurt the Y. M. C. A. work
and Impede the.workers.
Tho amount raised by this com
munity for tho Y. M. C. A. building
Is, ,0 princely sum. It should glo
this city n magnificent building, per
fectly equipped, and wc havo no
doubt that with such n start the
caiiBO will attract voluntary Etib-
scrlptlons from more who can nfford
to be philanthropic.
And now thnt the money Is raised
among tho homo people who havo re-
'spanned bo liberally, H U to bo honed
mestlc money hus been supplied, and
It would seem hlghy proper that
home people should do the Ivork,
furnish tho material and do tho con
struction. POVEBTTS TRIUMPHS.
Tho following extract from nn ar
ticle by John A. Johnson, who, from
a boyhood of narrow limitations,
rose to bo Governor of Minnesota,
glvcsjBomcthlng of tho Ideals of tho
man whose iccnt death was heard
Avl(h sorrow throughout tho United
'"It is my conclusion that tho blf
terness of poverty. the terrible
drudgery those who rise from tho
bottom must expclence, tho bitter
longings and tho heartaches fdr tho
mings we want want with heart
and soul, oid nlways find Just be
yond us comprise tho test of fire
lo which a far-seeing Provldcncn mil.
Jects those who aro destined to suc
ceed. And whether real success is
possible without this suffering. I
doubt. When people call mo Gover
nor and show respect, It pleases me,
but my mind invariably reverts to
tho time whou no one dlgnlned me,
nnd 1 wondor why and what theso
things mean. So much In llfo wo
none of us understand I
"Hut there's a purpose, and thoso
of us who huvo n desire to accomplish
u work In tho world can only re
member that theio is no honor not
founded on woith, and no respect not
founded on ncnnnmiiQi, .., ....
nlmvo all, to hep otheis to life, to
"'" """ l0 Blr'vo for a nliaio In thn
inccnmnlWiment of (something which
"""" .""" iieeueu in tins world, or
wlllcu worthy because It contrlb-
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Luzo St 2B!r.. lS.OO
Kaimnki 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
Beretanik 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
Maklkl St. 3 B. R. .$ 45.00
Nuuanu Ave 4 B. R. . 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
PEOPLE 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. wc will ex
plain. Bishop Trust , Col,
utcs to nrooder Understanding of
llfo and It's"' problems.
"To havo fought poverty Is a mag
nificent heritage. I do not envy tho
rich. Their nffUjence has cut themj
on from the gicatest tiling in tuc
world to know how the ncrnge,
commonplace, unsought nnd uphon-
ored man lives, what ho feels, what
ho thinks. There Is but ono endot
llfo which Is worthy nnd that Is to
conquer lo conquer ndverslty, pain,
cnyj-, regrets, ambitions -and tho ob
stacjes wlrlch aro, put In our path to
develop our fortitude, our courage
and our Intelligence."
For Infants and Children.;
liia Kind You Have Always Bought
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and, ten ($10) dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and arc convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con-
taininp: 15,000 square feet,
Two desirable building lots.
36,000 square feet $2,000
13,000 square feet 950
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Let us show you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of it.
j Fort and. Merchant Streets,
A Country Home
A ner 5-oom house
with modern plumb
ing, flrplace; beauti
ful -view; servants
quarters; six acrei of
cleared land, The
property is fenced and
hat, a spring of water
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Foun-tain
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
'' 11:30 p., m.
Welcome he coming friend
and God Speed the parting.
Y. M. C. A. BUtttflNO
FUND 'STILL PLUNQ DP.
'Continued from Pan l
Dlv. 1, Geo. H. Angus I -170.00
Div. A, A. U Castlo 112.00
Dlv. 3, Chas. S. Crnho 418.00
Dl v. 4. P. D. I.owrey 1,100.00
Dlv. B, W.'T. SchmliH 109.00"
Dl-. C, Geo. S. Walerhouse . .380.00
J 2 289.06
Younger Members', Dr. K. II, Hand,
Hustlers, C...I. Hunn ' t E30.00
Hustlers, J, C. Alid6rson , . . 277.00
Frst Day '.', 31,255.00
Second Day .' ,.. 13328.00
Third Day ,,. 12,030,00
Fourth Day 0,892.00
Fifth Day y ES.585.00
Sixth Day 12,047.00
"Tho nctlvc campaign for collect
ing money for the building project
Diamond Head and Honolulu Har-
Maiii Has Launched :
Chamber 01 Commerce
(Hpeclnt to tho Ttulletln.)
WAIL.UKU, MAUI, Oct. 15V "Tho
Chamber of Commerce for the County'
of Maul woo organized nt tho Walluku J
Town Halt last evening. There were
over thirty peoplo piercnt. Hon. Hi
I. llntilwln "was elected temporal)'
chairman, and Mr. C. I). I.ufkln,
cashier of the First National Dank of
Valluku was mado temporary secre
tary. Mr, Baldwin mado n few remnrkB
concerning tho Honolulu Chamber of
'Conmierco and similar budlcs In tho
States, moro, especially tho ono at
Cleveland, Ohio, which had dono ex
cellent work for tho advancement of
tho city as well as tho state. A mo
tion by Manager II. B. Penhallow of
tho Walluku Sugar Company that
thoso present organize themsolvcs In
to a Chamber of Commerce for tho
County of Maul was adopted without
a dissenting voice, and twenty-nino
closed Saturday," said ex-Governor
Carter, who is very happy over tho
success of the affair, "but thoso who
care to Contribute to tho fund aro
allowed to do so. Wo had In mind
a thousand contributions say of
$1 each. It Is not so much tho larg
er donations from a few, as a largo
number of small contributions from
ever) body Interested In tho work.
Tho Y. M. C. A. Is for tho people,
and tho work It is doing Is for the
A great Y.M. C. A. cstabllshqd In
an adequate building wilt keep men
from gambling, pernicious loafing
and other forms of vice and waste
fulness by offering them an oppor
tunity to spend their unoccupied
Iiouib in a home atmosphere, sur
rounded bytlic best Influences. Our
Young Men's Christian Association
has come to bo recognized ns a pow
crful nnd a necessary factor, both In
business and In governmental mat
ters President Tuft.
Dr. Hand, the physical director of
the Y. M. C. A., Is already planning
on Bomo really big things for the
athletic branch of the institution.
He proposes1 to develop in tlmo an
International meet for Honolulu.
This Is designed to attract the best
men from all points In and about
tjie Paclllc ocean. There will be
field evonts, track contests and wa
ter contests. Dr. Hand Is confident
thnt tnls enterprise, while something
huge, en n b,o carried 'out to a tine
"I predict." said W. R. Castlo this
morning, "that tho new Y. M. C. A.
building will become Honolulu;s civ
ic center In tliutilt will. bo tho rally
ing point for community movements
uf all sorts. The building will havo
a number of lino halls or apartments
that'ean be used as halls. Tho autl
tor'um Itself will bo tho finest in the
IslnndBi-'nnd that lobby Is going to
be something so useful thnt we will
all wonder how we managed to get
along In tho past without It. I hope
to seo tho various organizations of
ladles, lllio their Conservation So
ciety, assemble In thnt lobby. It
has great possibilities. WJih .Its
Tuesday Evening, October 19th. WednesdayEveniner, October 21st.
-Saturday Afternoon and Evening, October 23rd,
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
, Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
'" '"'(Direct from New, York)
NOTHING BUT FUN FROM START TO FINISH.
PRICES ..T..t , '.i 25c, 35c, 50c, 75o
. Seats on Sale at Bergstrom Music Co.
Those "Arnold "Goods
Vests ' '
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
L --. T-
of thoso present attached their auto
graphs to membership roll as charter
members of the first Chamber of Com
merce ever organized on Maul. Many
of those present havo been all along
Cognized of the necessity of such an
organization for tho better advance
ment of tho material as well as tho
political and moral Interests of the
county, but It was left to Mr. J. N. S.
Williams, Superintendent of tho Ka
liulnl Railroad Companyj to bring tho
matter to n focus. -Among thoso pres
ent wcro plautntlon managers, bank
cnshlcrB, newspaper editors, Captains
of Industry of tho Mirlous small farm
ing districts of Maul, and business
A committee of five on organization
and by-laws were appointed by' the
chair as follows: D. C. Lindsay,, A.
P. favnres, Patrick Cockntt, W. G,
Scott nnd II. I.. Welnzhelmer, with
tho 'chairman and sccictary ex officio
palms and ferns and fresh flowers It
will be a thing typical ofIIonolulu,
distinctive nnd attractive, Mr.
Welnstock, tho great inefcliant of
California, has said tliat tho Y. M.
C. A. la a character factory. With
the right sort of furnishing nnd
management It will bo n citizen fac-
'tory. In the highest degree It will
bo n place where any group of mon
or women can meet In any Interest
thuPwIll mnko for the advancement
'of tho community.
"With certain friends I have been
Identified with the Y. M. C. A. for a
number of jenrs. Watching Its ex
pansion has been a most Interesting
observation. -This building movo
inent is the logical outcome of the
growth of the town ns well as of tho
Association. Alexander Youug set
the pace when ho built In advance of
tho Immediate needs of tho town.
The Association Is going ahead to
meet a demand. It Is the duty or
oery citizen to co-opcrnte. Wo'll
havo a great day when wo Jay tho
corner .stone of tho new building."
MILLIONS "IN GOLD
FOR JAPAN BANKS
ARE RETl'.PNINC HOME
Tcnyo Maru'3 Arrival Attended by
Big Demonstration at Hackfeld
Wharf Small Freight List for
Far Eastern Ports.
Millions of gold for Japanese
banks Is Btoied away in tno speclo
tanks of the Japanese liner Tenjo
Maru, which drew up alongside of
tho Hackfeld wharf about 11 o'clock
Tho star passenger aboard tho big
Oriental liner Is I'rlnco KunI. a mem
ber of the roynl family of -Japan.
Ills appearance as ho leaned ovor
tho rail of the Tcnyo Mnru was tho
signal for a succession of lusty ban
zals from n thousand throats us tho
easel was mado fast.
'It was a. fine trip down," was tho
Consider how tender tho baby's
skin ,1s, nnd the Importance of se
lecting ,1'lglit garments Is empha
sized. , Tlio fine knit fabrics of the
"ARNOMV (iOODS nro made' from
soft, twisted jams, chemically treat
ed to muko them hlglily antiseptic,
, sanitary and absorbent, Theso gar
ments excel In beauty of finish,
shapeliness and non-lirltntlng quali
ties. Motlieis kecking tho best for
their babies will by nil means ndopt
tho "ARNOLD" KNIT GARMENTS.
Boo "Arnold" catalog for Illustra
and full descriptions.
TO HAVE a clear
-wholesome food. Breathe
fresh air. Use Ivory
Soap and clear, cool
What the skin needs
is something that will
clean but will not harm it
Pure soap will'do this;
and Ivory Soap is pure.
991o Per Cent. Pure'
succlcnt comment of Captain Bent.
"Weather all that could bo desired
and ever) one apparently enjoyed tho
The Tcnyo sighted tho Nippon
Mnru on Sunday morning according
to tho icpoit of C. Lncy Goodrich,
purscrd for tho linndsomo liner.
Tho Tcnjo's passenger list falily
teemed with titled personages. Tho
names bear n closo resemblance, to
the Invitation rosier of tho Toklo Im
perial Palace. In conscqucnco of
this lUMiston of Japanese royalty,
Goodrich nnd his assistants did much
to make tho trip an agreeable ono
for tho distinguished passengers.
When tho vessel sailed from San
Kranclsco tho stntorooms occupied
by tho Prince and his company was
a boewr -of floral tributes from n
legion of loyal subjects.
J. D. Guinea, tho first manager ii
tho Pacific Commercial Cable Coin,
pany nt Honolulu Is on his way In
Shanghai, whero ho takes up his now
duties at tho China station. Ho is nc
companlJd by .Mis. (lalnes nnd tho
worn ncconled u warm nelcomo at tho
AnothorpnFsengcr Is H. T. Crane, a
son of cvMlnUler Cmie, who failed
In his appointment to tho Legation at
It. Porncca, nn Argentine newspaper
man, who Is going to the Orient to
mnl.u ntttdy of conditions there, also
trails on tho Tcnjo.
Tho Teno brought 229 sacks of
mnlnlnnd mail for Honolulu, Her ship
ment of sieclo and bijlllon will total
up nearly thico million. Two million
Is In U. S. gold coin and It goes to
Kobe, where It will bo transferred to
tho vaults of Japanese banks. A por
tion of (ho valuable cargo Is In tho
form of gold and sller bricks.
Tho Teno has n light freight list.
Between eight nnd nine hundred ton.i
Is the total amount of merchaudlBo In
tended for Japan and China pons.,
Sixty-four vecond class l assmigui s
nro traveling lo Far Eastern iort.
Twenty-two cabin passengers Join tliu
csscl hero nnd will s-tll for Japan
nnd Chlnn by the vcffcI which loaves
her wharf at 10 o'clock tomorrow,
Among tho piomliiont through pas
tengers is George Whitney, tlio one
timer champion tcnnlii pbtr from tho
Stato of Cnllfornh. Whitney Is booke 1
for Japan. It Is tiald that ho Is nt
present out of tliu game and his nils
dlon'ts ono of business.
C. B. Rlchnrdson, ropieicntlng tho
Interests of tho Spciry jluur Com
pany lirMho Stialght Sdtlements, thu
Federated Malay States mid lo India.
Is on a general tour of Irspcctlon of
tho Fur Eastern agencies. H will
mnko an extensive tour of tho yarlouj
cities where American, four Is striv
ing to enter competition th tho Aus
Another old timer in tlJp For En)t In
J. Orange, who has been on a trior
business trip. to tho Unllill Stntcsi He
proceeus uy tno Tcnyo to iiungwinrf
u,,nnnofmoj r for Jap vi
iiucKimi tc ui ino 10 '.ii lepra
tatives for tho Tcnyo Jin u
tlio departuro of Unit Un
and China ports at 10 6 c
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with silver mono-'
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