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gVttNtMO BULLETIN. HONOMTLTj, T. !!., MONDAY, OCT. 25, 1909.
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,At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory' of Hawaii
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MONDAY OCTOBER 25, 1009
4 The firefly only shines on the'
tig. So it is with man ; when once
wc rest, wc darken. Bailey.
Territorial bonds to furnish money
for homesteaders while they nro!
milking good will Lie right to the.
jicSlnt it It means that these boml-)
will furnish a source of Investment,
ftfr the BiiriiHiB money of Hawaii'
11 panders that Is now being sent to
1 1 ii commtmltlea with the right
IctJKl of vim, loyalty ami drive, the
financial men usually organize eith
er! a bank or banking department to
lufndlo just this port of business.
Should our people prove so con
servative Hint tlicy want the "gov
erjument" us security. It is worth
thinking over, though It tlocs lessen
1 ouY regard for expansive energy and
unfailing courage of the financiers.
Lot's get action for the benefit ot
Financiers of Honolulu are re
ported to have o much money that
lh(vy2r sending It abroad to San
I'railclsco and New York for Invest
ment. Does this, mean that all tho op
portunities nro cxhnusted for Invest
ment In the Territory of Hawaii?
Does this mean that there arc no
new enterprises within this Terri
tory, no enterprises, tho success of
which means the further develop
ment and greater .prosperity.-of Ha
waii, that are 'worthy the- attention
of men of large means who have
made their money In these Islands?
Dotjs It mean the supply is ex
hausted? Does Is mean that some ot our fi
nancial men are. using these Islands
us j financial mill to grind out gold
dollars which they are to send out
of (ho Territory? .
Does It mean that financiers are
doing that -for whlciV Japanese la
borers ara criticised?
Just-who Is seeking outside In
catnient pr to what extent tho
money Is going out of the Territory,
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n cannot give exact
frills pnper Is ccrtnln, however,
thnt there nro enterprises for the
further development of thcBe islands
'thnt should have tho moral and 11--nalnclnl
support of the monlcd men
who have made tholr money here,
fci off tho prosperity of Hawaii.
liajyo no doubt done much In the
iiist for its advancement and should
lit is not good business to send
infiicy out of tho Territory when
there nro opportunities loft here for
$altlng!,culn away on the main
land while local enterprises have to
bqivlrtually grubstaked means that
soMoof, our financiers are losing
mu'cli- oT tlie loyalty they should feel
toward the country on whose
growth they hnvo prospered, a loy
ulty they possessed In the days whoi
. they were starting out and whlcn'
snotuu ue continued now that they
have reached their particular goal') of
', surplus funds to Invest. ,
.Those Burplus funds should bo
,-usc(l within Hawaii unless this Ter
ritory has .reached the limit of Its
What remains to bo done?
'a would answer this by nskln?
if anyone believes Honolulu nnd the
rierruory or Hawaii navo -reached
the! limit of their growth and or
thejr possibilities in various lines ot
endeavorf " ''
The city has not. The Territory
1 eforo nay great quantities of sur
i!n i monies nre sent to the main
Inn 1 liv Hawnll's men nf wen 1 1 h
thej- shoirldjat -least -cast liout theni
ami nolo whothcr there nro not new
industries that could ho .aided and
'return a reasonably good prrillt for
tho. mnu who InvestH coin and tho
,, man who invests time,, hrnln and
,''labpr, They t-quld afford to take up
, the. cotton Industry on a good-sized
tscaio.niid not lenvo it to the poorly
'.financed, struggling pioneer to do
..all the work of experimentation and
,Ab long as Honolulu remains wlth
out'what would bo called In tho ag
ricultural illstrlcU of tho mainland
,b farmer's bank, or.tt fai-niPrstiarik''H
, Jug departmem conducted for tho
purpose ot heJplng the small agricul
turalists, Just so long will there bo
a field for Investment slighted by
tho men of large means who send
their surplus abroad.
Just as long nn there are large
areas of land held by Individuals or
corporations that could bo cultivat
ed by people given timely financial
assistance, but are not cultlvntcd be
cause tho right kind of assistance Is
not forthcoming, Just ro long are the
financiers of theATcrrltory failing In
their duty to' the community and al
lowing oportunltleH for further de
velopment ot Hawaii to languish,
while money made here goes to aid
Loyalty to-n community, apprecia
tion of the measure ot prosperity a
man h'as gained from community
progress Is not ulways best vx com
pletely expressed In the size ot the
contributions made to philanthropic
Wc do not wish to discredit the'
objects of charity nnd philanthropy,
but a man with surplus funds' does n
community one hundred per cent
more good when he puts other men
In tho way of making a stnrt In any
enterprise than he would be Invest
ing the Bnme' amount among tho us
ual objects of philanthropy.
One hundred thousand dollars In
vested in a;way to glvo .'flnduclai
1 king to men of good purpose, In
lullgenco and ambition, willing to
put their time and labor against
tho other man's money. Is' Invested
)or. greater good to tho fuiuro of the
community .-than the same amount
of moneyiput. InvtiY: M.'c. A. build
ing. And this Is -not meant to dis
parage the Y. M. C. A. building.
'Hawaii lias been prosperous. This
prosperity should be used for the,
further upbuilding of Hawaii. If
ways have to be Invented to invest
the 'silrplus to tho best advantage,
let overybody turn ItTfor the bencnt
of Hawaii. " ,
Let us havo every-day evidences ot
,ster(lng loyalty to ,n greater and,
constantly growing Honolulu nnd
Trent Trust b.; Ltd.
To Let '
'viuzo St 2B.R.,
Beretania St 2 B. R. ,
Young St. 4B.R.,
Vineyard St ..3B.,R.,
725 Kinau St ,3B,R. .
110 Bates St '.3B.R.,
Beretania St 3B.R..
1475 TUurston Ave..4B.R..
1288 Beretania St. ..5B.R,,
Elsie Ave SB.Rt.
Hakiki St 3 B. R. .$ 45.00;
Nuuanu Ave 4 B, R. . 100.00
A Country' Home
.'.':'Ff sale , '
A, new 5-roo'm ho'uie
with modern plumb-
, irur., fireplace; beanti-
ful view; servants'
quarters ;hix acres of
cleared land. The
'property is fenced and
'has a sprint; of water
near' upper end.
Trent Trust Go., Itd.
may be relieved of the
detail and 'direct re
sponsibility of the
management -of their
trusts by leaving them
in our charge.
Bishop f rust Co:,
Bethelf Street. - -"1
In the deal Brewer .4 Cornpany .did
not secure the .Hutchinson agency,
"In regard to that," said. Mr. Car
ter, "It Is possible that after a con
ference with Mr. Pollltz, who controls
the, agency, .that' It' could not .be se
cured. 'That. Is one of the things-Mr.
Irwin and Mr. Bishop went to the
RYAN CALLS IT
Rdltor Evening Dullotln: I
was not much surprised to eeo pub
lished In tho Advertiser nf thn 2i)h n
proposed amendment by Mr. Castro to
mo enect that tho Territorial, govern
ment should bo empowered to lend
money to nomestcaders and Issue
bonds' for n half million dollars 'to do
m, because ho was ono of tho members
ot the conference, which hmi iin.ior
consideration pressed amendments
to inc. lanti mws una onofako amend
ment, more Or ICSS. WOll'liI lint, mnlrn
very much difference; but I was really
surprised to find nn editorial "endorse;
ment of Castro's visionary proposition'
In (his morning's Advertiser. Let me
add that my surprise reached tho
limit, even to tho ."Jumping off place,"
when tho Advertiser recommends It to
tho consideration of tho .Democrats.
We can, only reply that'DemocrAts nro
not troubled With anv mieh .ivll.i
dreams; they confine .their efforts to
constructing a common sense land law
for this Territory.
T. J. RYAN..
SUOAR AGENCIES JOIN.
(Continued from Past 11
"It Is a consolidation that all sugar
men In this Territory should wel.
come," said Mr. Carter, "It relieves
Mr. 1wln of the 'details of ''tfie b'usl
ness. and when he left far th main.
land, It was his .wiih'.tobrlng, about
the deal If possible that manypersons
who have been associated with years
can, be elle'ved tf some of the work
and 'rewarded for their faithful ser
"It was the Intention of. Mr. Jrvvln
and Mr. Bishop, who recently went to
the mainland, to make this arrange,
ment If possible, and It means that
the affairs of the two..cornpanei.. will
be handed io better advantage than
heretofore. Mr. Irwin has no son to
take up the resoonslbjlltlea of hi. h..
.Iness, and he was anxious to have
everything placed In shape so that It
would be taken proper care of, as he
Is tiettlnn alonn In vaara and ul.h.. t.
lle,le fip.m,'a.e,tve.BUsiness life."- .
,1 ne u u 1 1 e 1 1 n was informed that
JAPAN "HEARS OF "PROTEST:
TOKIO, Oct. 9. Special dispatch
es from London received hero insist
that 'tho United States is preparing
to ninko a vigorous protest, tagalust
the recent agreement between China
ntid Japan In relation to Manchur
Mr. Von Damm, secretary and
treasurer ot tho Pacific Development
Compnny, has spent several days
,thero examining the rubber planta
tion. He reports that trees planted
!2H ypars ago arc mow '20, feet high
and uwards, and Jhut .In two years
moro the company may expect to bo
selling Its product. Herald.
from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain
"" in the Alexander
''Open1 from 6 a. m. to
' yil:30p. m:'
Head Of ...Police Denies
That Graft Is Being
Sheriff Jnrrett.t when seen this
morning with rofetence to tho alleged
"graft," investigation campaign, said
thai thoifuaUvr wasup to tho'Qraiid
"I, was, approached by a ChlnCRo mcr
chant who Informed mo tliut there
was golngvito bo n wedding and 11:
formed mo thnt tho customary fire
works, eto. would bo catrtd on. I
tohl .Ihchi that lf.thpy.mado too, much
.nolsq and' uniiojred the neighbors that
tno pnnco would lie sent tu i.lop tl.o
HlEAL ESTATE FOli
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A genuine bargain liu good' resi-
de'ntial section, v suitable (or small
family. - , ,
A story and a-half.house .with all
modern improvements, stjtbles,'warei .
house, etc. " " '
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki 'Park and Waialae Tracts,'
Cash or installments, ... ,, .
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t Unfurnished houses, in College
Hills, Kins Street, PawaJflattqpk,
Avenue. ' ""
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
- 1 u .4 :,J Tort and Merchant Streets. 'J, ..-.aJi
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80ME ADVERTISERS DO NOT REALIZE THAT ADVERTISING IS SIMPLY
SALESMANSHIP ON PAPER.
iThey)ook'uppn;it an a novelty, nn expense, or, a twentieth century obstnele of some sort, to bo
practiced simply because others seem to practlco It. Tho selling ehO ot nny hiihlncss Is tho most
Important' end. " Consequently tdo advertising end of tho business Is thnt which requires tho most
bralnsjMho most tittcntlon. Yet thcro ara a great many people who spend considerable money In
advertising that .Hum tho advertising over to the offlco boy. '
The Curtis Publishing Company recently published a list ot crimes of advertising. '.Vo glvo them
below:""" ' " . , ' V
"A merchant runs a-'eaid' In his local newspaper, and calls that -advertising.' " 1
"A manufacturer timidly tries n one tlmo order In a bargain magazine, and calls that 'Advertis
"Another sends n. pretty Christmas present to his big customers, end calls that 'Advertising." ,
Thoso ore only the crimes of advertising.' t
80 far as Honolulu Is concerned, thoavcrnRO lutclllgcnco on tho subject of ndvcrtlslng Is far ahead
of that' of most cities In" Amcrlcn. The merchants of Honolulu know how to sell their goods and know
how to do It by means of Judicious and palnUklug1 advertising, Tho remarks wo are making hero aro
for thoso who arc careless In their ndVertlcIng Investments and who do not thoiougjily realize that
advertising Is simply n salesman's message. Tho best advertisement Is as direct In Its Informa
tion as tho argument of .the clerk behind tho counter. Thcro Is nothing mysterious about advertis
ing, and tho best advertising Ir. that which lins tho most .common Bcnso In It.
In tho city of Honolulu thcro nro tMreo dally newspapers. There Is not on advertiser In the city
that can profitably use, all of these mediums nnd get the maximum remits. There is an Immense,
amount of duplication In tho cljy of Honolulu between tho newspapers nnd tho advertiser can not
afford to pay for this duplication. If only ona medium Is 'chosen out of tho three, tho Kv.outng
Bulletin, Is tho: best producer nnd tho least expensive In proportion to circulation nnd. .returns.
Tho city circulation Is equal to that of any other and tho Island circulation Is 90 per cent greater
than that oanf othcrj newspaper. '
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nuisance. Ks' far as giving any per
mission whatsoever for a gambling
game to be run, I did nothing, of tho
WIHIo Crawford was ali.o.t,ccn nnd
ho said In reply to n quobticn as tu
why be had reported -that "the gaiud
wns being run under permission from
tho police: "I went to th .featt and
there saw tho gamo1 running., I gave n
flve-sput to another man to' play fori
me. I. asked If they wore not afraid
of the police, nnd 0110 ot the men' re
lillcd thnt th.M- had cotteii nrrmlsnloii
(rom tho Sheriff, 'i reported tho' mat-T
tcr to tho Attorney General, but .did
not tell anything to nny reporter,"'
Deputy Sheriff Hnsc,ion being 'seen,
snld that tljcro wcro wheels within
wheels and that tho whole, matter was
an attempt to get square over Bomo
old opium dealing prosecutions.
The Eternal Question Still in 'line
for Solution by the American.
Hawaiian Steamship' People
Ilor.oluluan or Honolulan, which
shall It be? That Is the question
thnt still remains unsolved as far as
the local agency of the .American
Hawaiian Steamship Company Is
concerned. f .
Tho proper spelling ot tho nnmo
of tho -new tllncr which will Boon
be placed In commission by tho
steamship company has been beforo
tho officials for many 'months.
Suggestions pertaining to a cor
rect nnmo for the steamer havo
provoked nn nvalancho ot comment
both orally and written. The mat
ter has received fullsomo publicity
through tho columns ot the dnlly
press of Honoluluu ntllthe . .
press of, Honolulu until the contro
versy ranked a closo isccond' with
such .pcrrenlal old timers as "Who
Struck Wily Patterson," -"Tho Ago
ot Anno" br tho land question.
At last accounts tho name, Hono
lujunn'ls claimed ns technically cor
rect, and the contention in its favor
as a- fitting adornment on the bows
of the now liner Is strong. The ad
vocates of calling the steamer by
tho nnmo ot Honolulan rcmnln-,un-dauntcd
nnd they are reluctant 'to
subscribo to the opinion ot the other
Whichever names wlno out .In tho
controversy, .thofnew .steamer wilt
provo u valuable addition 'to tho
Amerlcan-Huwailan fleet, and she
will be a vessel In which Honolu
luans or Honolulans will tnke. ,pnr
donnblo. pride. She will bo a
roundtho-world advertisement t for
tho captlal nnd chief city, of the
Hawaiian dslands, and that" Is going
sdme, e,vcif If tho letter "U" Is omit
ted from the name plate.
The Bishop Trust Company,
Ed to onnounco (lint on January 1st, 1P10, they will
open n Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, whero Indies, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond, and receive aihice ns to
opening a bank nccount, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stotdis or bonds, or Investing in
nny other class ot security. Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory n woman can hold property In her own right.
The lllsliop Trust Company 'feel -thnt 'they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department the services ot
Miss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu ns tho 'manager-' for eight years
past of lllsliop & Company's Savings Hank. Miss Macln
tyro will have an offlco In tho lllsliop Trust Company's
Hulldfiig on Hethel Street, where she will be, found dally
from 0 to 12, after the'.Jst'Of January.
All accounts nnd. transactions strictly confidential.
California Eucalyptus !
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a' tTEN'ACRE Eucalyptus. Mahogany Plantation will produce
. an average yearly income of ?2,(S00 permanently,-
Think ot it $25,000 every ten years from an investment of only '
$2,000! This can be verified by U. S. Government 'Reports and.
Cal. State Forestry Bulletins. '
KT OUtcouldn't find a better or safer investment, Especially for
i- an absentee landlord, as these trees need no attention and
sprout 'from stump immediately after, cutting. They excel all
other trees in rapidity of growth. Thetc Plantations will bo
worth $2,500 to $3,000 per acre in a few years. '
Wo will sell you tho land (easy payments if desired), plant,
and euro' for the saplings until no further attention Is required,,
pay taxes and assessments tor .four years, and glvo you a Guar
anteed title. Wlilnlso market your timber It youwlsh for n
small commission. ' Call and Eeo our exhibit of "samples furni
ture, lool handles, flooring, wagon parts, otc, or write ua for fur
ther particulars. ' .
C. Herbert Diamond,
' MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS CO. OF I0S ANDE1ES.
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Also prices and samples of the
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. .Among all the improved garments, for the
babies introduced .by the .manufacturers, of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't one that has greater influence
for the babies' good health nnd comfort than the
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The usual linen or cotton diaper will draw
when wet, is cold and irritating to, the child, and,
is the cause of much inflaniation. It is hard to'
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be applied to the baby so that it wilrbe uncomfortable.
The-Ardold"rKnit Diaper does away with all these disadvantages
dml is inexpensive; $2.50 to $4 per doz.
Tlie correct visiting card
should 'be printed from' a coo
per plate and on the finest
paper' stock.. j . !
Ietus,'show you samples of
our copper plate work-ou'r
enpravers are artists .and we
pay close attention to the. ex
ecution of every order. .
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& Co.. Ltd.,
Leading Jewelers. ""
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