Newspaper Page Text
EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. SATURDAY.- OCT. 23 lsODi ,
BAJ1Y and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly iiined on Taeiday of each week.
. MEMBER OF TEE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wctllucw M. Parrlngton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCX.
Pet Month, aniwlieie In US. ... 7A
Per Quaittr, atiywhcra In U S 3.UO
Per Vrr, anhtt .ill) S H.oo
Pir War. (ottpaid, lorcixn I2.uu
Ter Sit Moiitn .Ho
Per Year, anywhttctn US l.ou
Pel Yaf anyivhftc In Canada. ,. I.flo
Per Year loatpald, foiettn a,uo
CIRCULATION LABOEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HP I J Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 e'lBU3lncss Office, - 256
Cntcrcd l the WoB.ee at Honolulu
u irroti()1tst matter.
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 23, 1909
Of all proceedings in this great af- try sen Ice, or bo ahead anyway ana
fair lll oiHivr JPiiia uo uiuwcu.
We must not use our fortunes, but The liu I let I n believes In the
our care general lines of the proposed ngroo-
Clapthorne''s Albertus Wallenstein.'ment: It believes In putting the
i i - wires umlcrground; It believes In
More dividends icportcd. Shall Iniprovlng tho city.
tills be tho signal tor ft further a also believes that tho proposed
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Kaimuki 1B.R. .$12.00
Luzo St 2 B. R. . 15.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
BeretaniaSt 2B.R.. 25.00
Young St 4B.R.. 25.00
Vineyard St 3B. R.. 30.00
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
110 Bates St 3B.R.. 35.00
Beretania St 3 B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.. 40.00
1286 Beretania St. . .5 B. R. . 40.00
Elsie Ave 5B.R.. 40.00
Makiki St -.3 B. R. .$ 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.
slump In the prlco of stocks?
Honolulu keeps right on growing,
It's tip to tho people to keep step the city Supervisors Jhnt hns clinrnc
agreement can be put through the
Hoard of Supervisors, but not with
Hie bluff ami guff and lampooning of
with It nnd ncceleiutc the pace.
Is there any municipality of the
mainland that could duplicate tho
misery of Honolulu's telephone bur
vice for the ten years passed?
teilzed the progress of events thus
If the parties Interested In tho
telephone Lompiny were to change
places with Hie Supervisors, we be-
illevc we may bo mistaken, but
.".. . i . ' leave It to our readers of experience
llIt one response and that favor. , ,hlll BuperTlior
,.-. ......,., uu ,.i..uv . - Carcr ,,,,, b(J dcmatllng corpora
lllilL HIV IL'HilUIJ h.HU"v. -
least a decent Inula! for men who
have setvr.l I t,ie Militia, but are
In Indigent cl. umstanccs.
Pat McC.trren wits to Ilrookljn
politics what Harrlman was to rail- j
Hon control In great stjlc, though
not ns noisily as 11111 Alttt, who
might be the spokesman for the cor
poration. Therefore, since tho telephone
company by the statement of Its at
loading. He was supreme, and his lornevorgan nnd an article that
methods would not nlwns bear the
tost of high moral standards. The
inMfortuno with McCarren Is that
the man who will step Into the va
cant portion may be as politically
u (joked as he was.
TEACHERS AND EXAMINATIONS.
might welt have been written by
Mr tmrter, so well docs It express
views ho has expressed states that
It desires only to promoto tho wel
fare of the city and do business In
nil Ideal manner with tho Supervis
ors, why should It be Impossible to
further consider tho telephone agree,
meat, accept somo of the amend'
merits nnd thus get a good civic re
suit Instead of a continuous row.
Whether rightly or not, tho nttl
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
80ME ADVERTISERS DO NOT REALIZE THAT ADVERTISING IS SIMPLY
SALESMANSHIP ON PAPER.
i They look upon li as a novelty, an expense, or a twentieth century obstacle of some sort, to be
tractlced simply because others seem to practice It. The selling enO of any business is tho most
nportant end. Consequently the advertising end of the business Is Hint which requires tho most
may be relieved of the
detail and direct re
sponsibility of the
management ot their
trusts by leaving them
in our charge.
Bishop Trust Co.,
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Foun-
Open, from 6 a. m. to
.11:30 p. m.
brains, the most nttontlou. Yel there are a grent many peoplo who spend considerable money In
advertising that turn, tho .advertising over to tho office boy.
Tho Curtis Publishing Company recently published a list of crimes of advertising. We give thepi a a
"A merchant runs a 'card' In Mb local newspaper, and calls that 'advertising.'" " ,
"A manufacturer timidly tries a onc'tlme order In a bargain magazine, and calls' that ,'Advcrtls
Ing." v '' J
"Another sends a pretty Christmas present to his big customers, end calls that 'Advertising."
Theen nre nnlv the crimes of ndvertlslnir.
So far as Honolulu Is concerned, the' average Intelligence on the tubject of advertising Is far ahead a a
ot that of most cities In America,. Tho merchants of Honolulu know how to sell their goods and know a a
how to do It by means of Judicious and palntLklng advertising. Tire remarks we aro making hero arc a a
for those who are careless In their advertising Investments and who do not thoroughly rcallzo that a a
advertising Is simply a salesman's message. The best advertisement Is as direct In Its Inform'a- a a
Hon as the argument of the clerk behind tho counter. There Is nothing mysterious about advertls- a It
Ipg, arid the best advertising le that which has tho most common sense In IL r a a
In the city of Honolulu there are three dally newspapers. There Is not an advertiser In the city a a
that can profitably uso all of these mediums and get the maximum results. There Is an Immenso a a
amount of duplication In tho city of Honolulu between the newspapers and the advertiser can not a a
afford to pay for this duplication. If only ono medium Is chosen out ot tho three, tho Evening a a
Bulletin Is tho best prodttcei and the least expensive In proportion to circulation nnd returns, a a
The city circulation Is equal to, that of any other nnd the Island circulation Is 90 per cent greater a a
a a than that of any other newspaper. . a a
nit a a
Iteprescntattou that tho teachers
nf Honolulu aro rising In wrath
against the order of tho Department Hide or tlio telcphono company as set
of I'ubllc Instruction that alt teach- forth In tho attorney-organ Is ono
ers shall take examinations at tho ' of defiance; If tho Supervisors don't
end of the enr Is misrepresentation. I do ns tho corporation sas. they may
Tho tiutli Is that n good number j go-to; If the city does not see fit to
of teachers and a greater number or do as the telephone company tells It
citizens Interested In tho public to do. It can go without,
bdiools believe on Injustice will ro- Today the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is assured
stilt fiom such a sweeping order oft by Mr. Carter that this .Is not tho
the Department. They know that Intent of tho company,
while examinations should not bej Such being tho case, wo would
eliminated from tho department suggest that the telcphono company
scheme for selecting teachers, It Is ns well as tho Supervisors reconsider
unjust and unnecessary to rcqulro the under-ground wire agreement,
teachers of long experience nnd and with a full community under
proved emclency to go through tho standing an iigieemeiit will be
rack and worry of an examination ' reached, signed, sealed nnd dellvorcd.
In btudlcs they do not teach, and In , That will be belter for all con-
wlilnh tlinv uasseil examinations i cerneu.
months or jenrs ago. '
It does not et appear why tho
Department of Public Instruction
should enfoice an order that will re
sult In more lnjustlco thnn Improve
ment of tho soivico In tho public
WHAT SHOULD BE DONE.
aft. Lnllnlilnnn.l nKlynSlu nf f Tnnil 1 II I II
WZhf. ., -a.
a-lt-i tint nvH u 111 nr IllO Tliri I II III
L- ..W ..U ... .0..- -. ...--
under Its franchise fiom the Terrl-
frloiy of Huwall the Mutual Telephone
Company Is In duty bound to give
Ita nations In lilts cttv nnd tn tho
I. ......... . ,,u,,. WJ ... vilUIUlVl
to piovc be j nnd all doubt that If tho
ffllilullin la n fntl...... .... .. .! . ..
.UU t..fc . .... ...... ....v ........ . a.u.H.. .a .. IU..II1U U. U UUIUH1ZC1
done In the past, the fact that the and woricr In Hawaii, the fault must
telephone service has been n stand- bo with the Husslan, and not with
HAWAII AND THE RUSSIANS.
Hnwnlt has never received a bet
ter nppcarlug lot ot Immigrants
than tho Russians who havo arrived
here under tho auspices of the Ter
ritorial lloaid of Immigration, The
men, women nnd children are
healthy, hrlght-ejed nnd self-respecting
In their bearing.
Now comes the rub of what thoy
will do with the opportunities offer
ing them in the lslnnds,
Tho trcntnicnt they receive on the
plantations ehould bo of a character
Grand Spread At Drill
Attractively decorated with moun
tain grceus and tho American und
Hawaiian Hags, tho members of the
llul Aloha Lahul o Lahalna aro this
afternoon giving ono ot the grandest
luaus of the Bcason In the drell shed
on Hotel street, mauka ot the execu
tive building. Tonight ttero will
bo a grand concert given there un
der the auspices of the llul.
Tho occasion 1s In commemoration
of tho good work of tho Hut since its
organization four jears ago.
Ing disgrace to tho city and a
source of much evil language and
ruined dispositions In tho past
V,' should have been sulllclcnt cause tn
' Jeopatdlzo tho franchise, and was In
fact the rcaBun why competition was
Promises of tho now stockholders
to merely do their duty under tho
franchise thoy hold, and under their
responsibility to their patrons, Is not
, nnS never will ho a competent argu
ment for special favors, which at
somo time during the life of tho fran
chise may bo transferred to otheis,
'though tho llul lot I n Is icllnbly
Informed that the control of tho
' company Is to held now that tfieio Is
4 very little piospect ot change during
the next few jeais.
Consequently tho consideration or
tho proposed agreement with tho
Hoard of Supct visors, Btnrted pri
marily, as wo understand It, to ro
llevo tho telephone company of tho
fee levied for digging up tho streets,
should not bo mixed up with tho de
termination of tho tctephono com
pany to fulfill Its contract with pa-
trans tinder tho franchise- It
from tho Territory of Hawaii.
tho operators of tho main Industry
There Is overy reason why this
immigration should bo made a succtbs
If liosslble. Tho rtusslans uro nearer
Honolulu, It will bo much less ex
pensive to land them In the Islands
thnn the Europeans brought around
tho Horn. Thoy appear to be ready
to como In largo numbers and would
inako n dcstrablo sourco of supply
until such time ns tho opening of the
Panama Canal reduces (he distance
from Honolulu to southern Europe.
Molokans were such n complete
failure, let us hope that theso people
fr m Harbin will go to tho extreme
POLE DWELLING FOUND.
Bemains 4,000 Yean Old Found in
bwamp 120 Miles From Stockholm
STOCKHOLM, Octobor 9. Polo
dwellings four thousand years old,
similar to those discovered In the
north of Switzerland, hnvo been un
earthed In a swamp on the plajcau
east of Lako Votter. 120 miles north-
holds vvost of Stockholm The oxiavatlons
disclose peti Hied apples, wheat kcr-
Tho entrance Is decorated wltn
large American and Hawaiian flags.
There the tickets are collected from
the guests as they arrive. Four
large tables' loaded with Hawaiian
delicacies', with seats around them,
are sui rounded by the hungry peo
ple, who.nre principally ladles.
Lels, Hawaiian matting, hats, fans
'und 'other .vnluablcs on Exhibition
! nrn ft-ix eiln
On the mauka Walktki corner Is a
lemonade stand In c'hargo of Miss
Mary Makuaolu and Miss Lizzie Miller.
Thoso who aro responsible for tho
success of the luau are Mrs, Deko Lhl
hl, the president; Mrs. Isaac Ihlhl.
vice-president; Mrs. David Alo, Mrs.
Kaanuna, Mrs. Alice Nawnl, Mrs. Ma
rie Mahclnna Mrs, Mario Awa and
othors, tho committee.
Late this afternoon a large number
of visitors attended tho luau. The
proceeds will bo added to the treasury
of tho lull, whose main object Is to ren
dcr assistance to Its helpless members.
fgy-"F-orRent" earda en aal at
h RllllAtln nfflftaj.
GEO. T. ROBINSON
DIED FROM INJURIES
(Special to the Bulletin.)
WAILUKU, Maul, Oct. 19. Geo.
T. Koblnson, father of Senator Wm. j
T. Koblnson ot Walluku, died at the
home of his son at 6 o'clock , this
morning, after being unconscious
for 6 hours. Mr. Koblnson was 78
years old. He was walking along
High sttcct near the court houso on
Sunday morning, when he was seized J
Ith a fit nnd fell backwards on the
cement Bldowalk, tho back of his
head striking heavily tho sidewalk.
He 'was picked up unconscious and
was Immediately removed toj the
home of his son, where he hadlmade
his residence for the past five br six
years. , (
The deceased lived the greater
part of his life In Honolulu and was
a shipwright by trade. His son
George Is still In, Honolulu. , He
was an uncle of Hon. W. P. Robin
son, Mrs. Ward and Mrs. S, C. Allen.'
The funeral will take place from
the faintly residence! at 11 a. m.
Thursday, and will be under the
auspices of Aloha Lodge K. of P.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEO to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
. Invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening n bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds. Or Investing )n
any other class of security. Under the Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold property In her own right.
The Bishop Trust Company feel that they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department the services ,of
Miss J. T. Maclntyre, who Is well known In the business
community ot Honolulu as tbe manager for eight years
past of Ulshop & Company's Savings Dank. Miss Macln
tyre will have an office In the Ulshop Trust Company's
Pudding on Dethel Street, where sho will be found dally
from 9 to 12,infter the nt ot January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
IN F0EEIQN P0EX8
REAL ESTATEr FOR;
' i jiLX -i
A genuine bargain in ''good reii-
dential lection, suitable for imall
A story and a half home with all
modern improvements, itablei, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Waialae Tracts.
Cash or installments,
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
8aturday, October 23:
SALINA CKUZ Sailed Oct. 22;
S .8. Alaskan, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 22:
S. S. Enterprise, from Illlo.
SAN FKANCISCO Sailed Oct. 22:
chr. J. H. Ilruco, for Muhukono.
NAGASAKI Sailed Oct. 21:
U. S. A. T. Logan, for Honolulu.
IHLO Sailed Oct. 21:
Schr. Dorcalls, for Gray's Harbor.
T00IH BBUSHES FOB
CHDLDBEN IN SCHOOLS.
NEW URUNSWICK, N. J... Oct. 9.
Dr. E. Irving Cronk', the medical In
spector, has asked the Hoard ot Edu
cation to provide overy public school
pupil with a tooth brush, and the
board Is Inclined, to consider tho
suggestion favorably. Dr. Cronk re
pot ts that much ot the ill health In
children comes from unclean, teeth
nnd that It Is Impossible to induce
the parents of all the children to
adopt the sanitary tooth brush, and
tt Is best for the public schools to
make clean teeth obligatory.
Yesterday afternoon at the- Chris
Hon Church the lost sad rites were
held over tho earthy' remains of
Thomas Klnslea, who died on Thurs
day. The Rov. Dr. McKeever conduct
ed the services and paid a final tribute
to the worth"1M tho dead man. Tho
church was full of friends of tho Kins'
lea family, and there were few dry
ees when' tho minuter had concluded
his address, Tho pall bearer 4 were
Messrs, Leverctt Mcslck, O. J, Dotsse
and E. M, Thompson of tho Gazette
mechanical department. Many hand
romo wreuths were laid on the coffin
and ono, from his old comrades, was
A TEN-ACRE Eucalyptus-Mahogany Plantation will produce
" an average yearly income of $2,500 permanently.
Think ot it $25,000 every ten yean. from. an investment 'of only
$2,000!. This can.be verified' by U. S. Government, Beporti and
Cal. State Forestry Bulletins.
YOU couldn't find a better or safer, investment, especially for
an n1icfitei lanrllnrit nm ihaftft tra neri nn ntijtnHnn anil
sprout from stump immediately after cutting. They excel all
other trees in rapidity of growth. These Plantations will be
worth $2,500 to $3,000 per acre in a few years.
We will sell jou.the land (easy payments If desired), plant
and care for the saplings untfl no further attention is required,
pay taxes and assessments tor four years, and. give you a Guar
anteed title. Will also market your timber If ou wish for a
small commission. Call and see our exhibit ot samples furni
ture, tool handles, flooring, wagon parts, etc., or write us for fur
C. Herbert Diamond,
Special Representative .,'
HUBBIETA EUCALYPTUS CO. OF LOS ANQELES. '
Mary Kerr, who resides In, a lower
Queen street lodging Houso, entered
complaint against J. P. Mello th'ts af
ternoon, charging Mello with having
mada here tie target for some ot hla
turplus sulphuric profanity und vitup
eration. Mello Is said to have passed
Temarks'whlch were extremely uncom
plimentary to tho woman and sho
Eworo out a warrant for his arrest.
Tho matter will receive adjustment bo
loro Judge Andrado on Monday,
Evcrr mnvn tho RntiArvlKnra lmvn nets. nuts, notterv. flint ntnl lin.n I
made In connection with this mat-' Implements, nmber ornnments and!
tor hns been mot with cither a threat I wild hoar teeth, all In a good state
from tho company to overthrow of preservation In the calcareouu
county goorinmeut, cut off 'tho c'ouut.. ipudt -... "
Those Arnold" Goods
Among all the improved garments for the
babies "introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't one that has greater influence
fpr the babies' good health and comfort than the
"Arnold" Knit Diaper. .
The usual linen or cotton diaper will draw
when wet, is oold and irritating to the child, and
is the cause ot much inflamation. It is hard to
wash, dires slowly, and, being cut square, can never
be applied to the baby so that' it will be uncomfortable.
The Ardold" Knit Diaper does away .with, all these disadvantages
and is inexpensive $2.50 to $4 pertdoz. ' "(x
Fort and Merchant Streets,
The correct visiting card
should be printed from a cop
per plate, and, on the finest
paper stock., "
let us show you samples of
our copper plate 'work our
enjrravers;are artists and we
pay close attention', to the ex
ecution of1 every order.
, v t
It' F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,