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BAILT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PPBLISHDJ8 CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolnlu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly itined on Tuesday of Mck wwk.
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Wallace R. Porrlnaton,
BUBSCRIPTIOH KATES PAYABLE DT ADVASCI.
Tcr Month, )littt In I) S.... .78
Per Uuarter,aiiywhrrf InUS..... a.oo
Ter Yrr,fttiv1icfc inU S H.oo
tcr er, postt aid, foreign 13. oo
Per SI& Moulds .Ao
Per Yr.r, .njrwhciclnUS I.oo
Pti Year, uytrhtre n CtnaiU... I. Bo
Per Year oatpald,foititD 3.oo
CUICULATION LABQEST OF AMY KEWSPAPEE IUBH8HED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
- I Editorial Rooms, - 185
ieiMBu8iness Office, - 256
Bmmd t tb PMtofficc at Honolulu
u icconJ-cltw m titer.
WEDNESDAY .' ..OCTOBER 27, 1009
There ore croakers in every coun
try, always boding its ruin. Such
nn one lived in Philadelphia a per
son of note, an elderly man, with a
wiss look, and a very grave manner
of speaking. His name was Samuel
Mickle. This gentleman, a stranger
to me, stopped mc one day at n7
door and asked mc if I was the
jonng man who had lately opened a
new printing house. Being an
sweicd in the affirmative, he said he
was sorry for me, because it was an
expensive undertaking and the ex
pense would be lost: for Philadel
phia was a sinking place, the people
already half bankrupts, or near be
ing so; all the appearances of the
contrary, such as new buildings and
the rise of rents, being to his cer
tain knowledge fallacious, for they
were in fact among the things that
would ruin us. Then he gave mi
such a detail of misfortunes now ex
isting, or that were soon to exist,
that he left me half melancholy. Had
I known him before I engaged m
thi3 business, prQbably I never
should have done it. This person
continued to live in this decaying
place, ana to declaim in the same
ifitit vefnetnn tew matitr ar in
buy a house there, because all was
going to destruction, and at last
had the pleasure of seeing him give
five times as much for one as he
might have bought it for when he
first began croaking. Benjamin
Koreans rejoicing over the death
or Jl.irn.uU Ho merely gives civilized
pioplo the Impression thnt Mnrquls
Ito was ultoRcthir too Kind In his
treatment ot n degenerate nation.
dlnlomats who cxnect n chnngo In
the Manclnirlan situation and Japan
ese officials declaring that the na
tion's position Is unchanged aro both
correct In their views.
Jnn't It rnther n new principle or
good citizenship for a. man who
Claims to have Knowledge of graft to
nay to the authorities In effect, "It
is jour business to Know of these
things without my telling jou whero
the evidence can be obtained?"
Doctn't tbo citizen who nmounts to
nn thing or who lias a just cause,
stato his facts to the authorities,
and If there Is then no action
against public offenders, the public
hns the best of reason for tailing notice.
Trent .Trust Co. Ltd.
Luzo St 2 B. R. . 15.00
Beretania St. . .
725 Kinau St.
110 Bates St.
1475 Thurston Ave
1280 Beretania St.
Uncle Joo Cannon doesn't think
nnjthlng of changing his views over
night, 'flic only question Is how
long he ran keep on doing It mid re
main lit the top of the Congressional
" W. S Itnlnafurd writes for tlio
Outlook on 'Can Africa llu Civil
ized?" Ilcfore the question enn bo
answered poslthel) It will be neces
sity to hear from Theodoro on the
A Country Home
A new 5-room house
with modem plumb
ing, fireplace; beauti
ful view; servants'
quarters; six acres of
cleared land. The
property is fenced and
has a spring ot water
near tipper end.
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
Olchcna lands on the market with
no blddcis again raises the query as
to vvhut shall bo done with the val
liable water privileges of that sec
tion of most vntuablo public lands
gcncrnll) referred to under tho
sweeping fcrm of Kapaa.
Let us hopo that Col. Z. 8. Spald
ing has returned to Honolulu to
build n million dollar hotel for this
city or perform spina similar stroke
of loinl business enterprise that
demonstrates full confidence In the
future ot this city nnd tho Islands
Tho defense In the Mori case
seemed to consist mainly of nn nt'
tempt to show that sarcasm Is a rea
sonable excuse or explanation ot a
personal attack. If this Is to be nc
coptcd as n legal precedent In stab
blng nffiajs sarcasm nnd Irony are
upt to fall Into general disuse.
'Under the chango of ngency as
thus far mudo public, tho Oceanic
company should not lack for freight
if stockholders in ono transporta
tion lino ntc nlilo to gte freight fav
ors to n competing line foi which
thoy are agents. Let us hope that
IIIU BHUHU Up WICJ III JL'ilHl I1UI lipU-
niio ngninst tno improvement or ma
t passenger tiaiispoitatlon between
"Honolulu nnd tho Pacific Const.
SVMaior rein's capacity to piopeily
t '-carry on tho duties of his nfllco urn!
satisfy its responsibilities hlinuld lie
cnrerully consldeied by tho men who
hold that tho best IntPicsts of good
, sov eminent nro torved by spllt-
tlcKot voting. Such men nio icspon-
slblo for Major IVrn, and wo must
,,, admit Unit we nro not sm prised to
Hull them nmong the first to ut out
ugainst the result of their own folly
HAGGLING OVER SHIP SUBSIDY.
Ship subsidies we must have; ship
subsidies we shall eventually gain.
Hut the nnd to victory Is a long,
hard, devious one, as mn be judged
from tho following editorial expres
sion from one of the best newspapers
of tlit country, the Chicago Dally
Under the topic "Itovlvlng Ameri
can Shipping," tho News sajs cdl
torlall): "President Taft'B advocacy of mild'
i .icrlmcnts lu the subsidizing of
American merchant ships has not
r wakened very ninny responsive
thrills. The out-and-out advocates
of ship subsidies realize that under
thccrippllng aporatlons ot the Amer
ican tariff nnd the American naviga
tion laws strong stimulants nro'nced
ed If results are to be gained. WhMc
to make a beginning would give them
hope of large and Important subsi
dies to come. It is going to be diffi
cult to convince Inland constituencies
ot receptive Congressmen that meas
ures Ineffective In themselves nio In
trinsically worth whllp.
--"There Is no doubt nt nil that tho
American flag ought to bo restored
to the seas. To say that the high
wages of Aincrlcnn shipwrights nnd
American seamen put tho American
merchant marine at a hopeless dls
ndavntago Is ensy, but not necessnrl
I) accurate. Good wages bring su
perior service. Thero Is, however,
no offset to needless expense of ma
terials tor ships
"If efforts equal to those put forth
to get subsidies out of tho national
treasury wcro directed to overcoming
by wise legislation tho fundamental
causes of tho decay of tho American
merchant marine it is likely that
substantial pi ogress would come
without much delay.
"President Taft should consider
well this side ot the question. SInco
he announces that ho will Join In
tho task of f'eviilng American ship
ping ho should not lest content with
merely urging subsidies to a fow Bhlp
ownprs out ot the Insufficient funds
ot the postolllce department."
The discouraging feature of this Is
the reminder that while the wise
men nro haggling over tho best
methods for bringing about a com
pleto cure, the patient Is Ujlug.
It may" be necessary for the coun
try to accept the least of several
ovlls In order to check tho movement
of Aincrlcnn shipping on tho down
ward path. It must be checked and
turned In the other direction or tho
nation will suffer illsnstcrs to fend
against which tho most liberal sub
sidy plan ever proposed would be
mighty cheap Insurance.
may be relieved of the
detail and direct re
sponsibility of the
management of their
trusts by leaving them
in our charge.
Bishop Trust foi,
cultural products. Yet their pros
perity is of the kind that Is not uni
versally desired, becnuso It Is un
evenly distributed nnd is mainly at
tho cxpenso of other classes of socie
ty. Present agricultural prosperity
Is based to n considerable extent
upon scnrcltj, which enn never bo
considered entirely beneficial becauso
of tho ccrtnlnty that somowhero
hardsjilp Is Imposed in consequence.
Cotton, for Instnuco, Is selling at 13
cents, not so much on account ot
great demnnd as for nn Important
shortago In this car's crop. As a
result soma planters aro making
largo profits, while not n few hao
Incurred heavy losses
"lluslness rovlval Is causing mi'
usunll) large Imports, whllo our ex
ports nro abnormally low for tho
reason of Bcnrclty Just specified. This
means tho piling up of a heavy debit
balance abroad. Our borrowings In
foreign markets nro already reputed
to bo In tho nclghhoorhonVl of $400,-
' Persons of
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They, nab-
iiuauy spean or n as
Open from 6 a. m. to,
11:30 p. m.
nro $370,000,000 grcatT than a
...... nn .. I.Ha Mi.Ih iwinli nri.l,, ..(1
are $14,000,000 lower. Tho Hank of.
LillglUIIU Q11U WIU ll.UIK Ul VIl'UHUMJ
also report dc'cllnlng reserves, nnd
even Paris Is desirous of strengthen
Ini? Itn nosltlmi ilnniillr tbn dullness
--a . , - .
of business In Trance. This woild-
wide stiffening bf money after nn ex
cessive expansion In loans, especially ,s
In the United Stntcs, ls significant
, . ,.. - 1 1..I . Indll .'
unu inusi uae a rcHiruiuuiK imuu
enco upon speculation,
"Such conditions bIiow that so
called prosperity Is by no means gen
eral, but Is unbalanced, and mixed
with scilous drnwbncks. Another Il
lustration Is found In the copper sit
uation, where Increased consumption
hns been more than offset by con
tinued, over-production, tho motnl
being sustained at nn artificial level
by means of powerful speculative
manipulation. Thero Is no doubt
that business Is reviving, nnd that
recovery will progress, but much or
what has been stjled prosperity fs
nothing but Increasing nctlvlt),
which, welcome ob It Is, should not
be mlstnkcn for a return to the boom
times ot 190(1."
j P ty f- -
tlll,w - -';
Colonel Spalding, who returned on
tho Korea this morning after nil ab
sence of eomo months from the lei
ritory, Is comfortably located nt the
Young Hotel. At 1c ist It Is plenum
cd that the sugar man Is sntlsllcd
with his accommodations.
A newspaper mnn this morning
endcnvoicd to sco tho Colonel am
luqtilio nc to lilt health, nnd as to
how he felt now that he v i bad.
in Ilnwnll lie!. i"oi funntely there
has been a diop In the tempo:, turo
of Honolulu during the Inst few
dnjs, oi eho tbo reporter would nev
er hnve stood the sudden ihniige
which tool, place when tho Icj reply
wn comejed bj tho bell hop: "Col
onel Spalding Is having his hath nnd
cannot see ou." 'I ho suggestion
was made that when the Colonel's
ablutions woiu finished tho rcportci
would like to Interview Iilm. Ac
cording to tlio ucll liop thero was
nothing doing, however, and '"Xhe
Colonel can't see jou todn)" was tho
Theiefore tho waiting, public cin-
not bo asBiiicd this nftcrnoou that
tho Colonel la comfortable at his ho
tel, but probably will survive' tho
distressing fact and hopo for tho
. . . . j .. . 1 .:
unravaraDlo trade uainnco u is piaiu
thnt we nio rapidly tjecomtng very
heavily Indebted to Kulrope. 'foreign1
bankers have ahead) taken alarm,
ns shown by tho'ndvlinco In tho Dank
ot Kngland rate, nuil are shutting
down sharply upon our Bpcculatlvo
borrow I n Kf', which havo been trans
itu cil fron) Now York to Uuropo.
Whether we shall settle this Indebt
edness in merchandlvo exports
(which seems Improbablo), In se
curities or in gold It is Impossible to
predict. Ordhinrlly the conditions
should titvor gold Imports nt no dis
tant date, but tho outlook In this re
spect at tlio moment (s distinctly un
certain. This continued loss ot tlio
precious metal, though not et nt
tho, danger point, Is suggestive, for
It weakens tho foundation of credit
at n tlmo when the cuircncy Is be
ing Inflated by tho continued Issue
of bank "notes, tho Inc'roiso In cur
rency October l'nmounting to $43,-
000,000 during (ho past .twelve
NEW BUILDING OF
Y.M.C. L RUSHED
At n meeting of tho .directors of tho
Y, M. P A. which was held last night
It war lidded to appoint n coni'ulttoo
of flvo to havo ctnlro chargo of tho
now building, which will bo pushed
ahead as rnnldlv as nosslblo.
T. Cllio Dnvles Is tho directors'
cholco for cliMnnnn of tho commlttoe
aud It is expected that ho will accept
tho position, Tho directors Instructed
tho slto conitnlttco to uso every en
denvor to sccuro tho lot at picscnt oc
copied by tho library.
Tho Hoard also voted to Invito John
R. Mott, chairman ot the International
committee, tu como to Honolulu nn,l
assist lu ln Ing tho corner stouo of
Tho membership roll of tho Y, M. C,
.'ls now' bejond tho GOO mark and
103 different names aro on tho night
That despondency' in women is a mental condition often
traceable to sonic distinctly female ill I
Women who are well do not have the blues, neither arc'
they irritable and restless. Derangement of the female
organism breeds all kinds of miserable feelings such as back
ache, headache, and bearing-down feelings. Try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt that
it has made many remarkable cuies of female ills after all
other means had failed. Theic is hardly a day that some
woman docs not write us that this simple old metjicine,
made only of roots and herbs, has cuied her of a severe
illness after several doctors 1k1 done their best and failed.
Here are two such letters lead them they are
genuine and reliable.
n.iltlnioro, MI. "Tor four years my llfo -nn a hiImt.v to
mi1. I lml Hiifforert with fiiiiul trouble) to loiii; t Kit t t Mns
fllscoiirnjrot. 1 linl kIvmi iit all hope of over liclntr well vvlirn
I bouruii t& taUa I.villii V.. l'iuldiuiu'n VH:ctubIo Coiiipoiiiiil. It
rcsturcil my licnltli mid I folt nt tlioiit-h new llfo tinil lii-on
tttven inc, and I am rccoiniiionilltij; It to nil mv frlcmli."
Mrs W. S. roril, 1.'JH Lnnsdon no St., llaltlnmrc, 31 d.
Itiiolcliuid, 3Io. ''I was trouMcd for a lti')j (lino with lmlrm
in mv bade (iinl Mrto and was iiitscraltlo in every vniy. J liml
doctord until I was illxciMiriigt'il and tliousht J would iicvcr
iret woll. I read a testimonial about I. din i:. IMiikliiiin's AVgc
tabln Compound and thought I would tr.v It.
"After taltlnp: three liottles I never was no well In my life.
I am recommend Im; I.vdln j;. I'lnUliam's AVrelnhlo Comnound
to all mj fi lends." Mrs. "Will Youiik, ! Columbia Avenue,
For JJO years T.jdln K. Plnlcham's YoffolnMo
Compotind litis heon tho stiindin-d remedv for
fciiinle Ills. o hlek woman does Justice to
herself who will not tr.v thin famous medicine.
Mndo exclusively from root.s and heilis, and
lins thotiMauilH of cuies to ItK eiedit.
n03Irs. lMuKham invites alt Nick women
WW to write her for udvlcc. She lias
guided thousands to health freo of charge.
AiKire-ts .ii rs. j.-inicnam, iiii:i, niass.
ii i j ii ... -v i-r y--i-jT-vr-rfa- "m iv
000,000; and if tq this bo ndded our' months. Opr Imtlonnl bunk loans
Japan's policies will
desnlto the death of Mnr-
qjus Ito, but tho personality of this
mnn hid n greater bearlnc' on tho
mucebsfiil pi ogress- of Ihoo policies
than any UvIiik statesman of Japan.
AVo mny lljoj.Cjthcicrorc, tbnttbo fllablo liricee'rcallzed upon nil agil-
Prosperity on tho mainland has
moved with such laggard steps that
the financial men tulle sort of doivn-nt-the
mouth. Vbethor this Is duo
to the market having reached tho top
notch and bujors vvnntlng to shaKo
out koiuo of the timid ones nt low or
pi Ices Is not Known. This is what
Henry Clews snH of tho situation In
tho bniiKIng circular received by
tho last mall:
"Outside of tho stool Industry
however, It Is dlmcult to find any
cnuso for Immodointo enthusiasm,
business ns a whole pot having
reached tho voluino of 1000. Our
farmers, as n chss, nro cnjojlng
great piospoim becauso of tho pro
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story nnd a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, 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 cottageon
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
The Bishop Trost Company,
i:o to cunounco that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open n ladles' Dcputmcnt In connection with
thcii Trust biulneis, where ladles, drshuus of sav
ing money, or v. Ith'propcrtj Interest', or funds to
Invest maj call or correspond aud receive ndvlco us to
opening a bnuK account, putting thelr'fumls out nt Inter
est, buying leal estatq, stocl.s or bonds, or Invtstlng In
nuy other class ot security. Under the Laws of tho Tcr
Uloiy a woman can hold propcity lu her own ilgl t. ,
Tho Illshoji Trust Company feci that they havo been
fortunate In seeming for this Ucp-iitmont the services ot
Miss J. T. Mnclntjrc, who Is well I.nown In tho lntelncBS
community, ot Honolulu n3 tho' muiagcr fur eight cmi
past of lllshop . Conip'iny'a Savings llinh, Mlsi M.icln
tjro will luivo nn olllca lu tho lliahop Tiust Compaio's
llulldlug'on r.ethol Sticot, vhero sho will be found dully
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of Jammo.
All nccounts and. transactions strictly conildontlul.
' The Best and Cheapest
We make rubber stamps of cveiy description
guarantee satisfaction. Best quality of lubber used.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Those JAmold" Goods
Among all the improvcj garments for the
babies introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't one tliet has gicatcr influence
for the babies' good health and cemfoit than tho
"Arnold" Knit Diaper.
The usual linen or cotton diaper will diavv
when wet, is oold mid irritating to tho child, and
is the cause of much inflamation. !t is liaid to
wash, dires slowly, nnd, being cut square, can never
be applied to the biby so that it will be uncomfortable.
Fort and Merchant Streets,
V tAOtUtlAU '
The Ardold" Knit Diaper does away with all
and is inexpensive; $2.50 to $4 per doz.
The correct visiting c&id
should be punted fiom a cop
per plate nnd on the finest
paper stock .
let us show jou samulcs of
our Copper plate wotk our"
engravers are artists and wo.
pay close attention to the ex-'
ccution of every order. I
Ii F. WichmaR
& Co.. Ltd,,
J i -4 H I