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BVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, f. !!., WRDNK8DAY", NOVl , '09.
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AILT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Gaily etery day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Taetday of tck week.
MEMBER 07 THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallao R. Harrington. - Editor
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tillered at tbt Postoffice t Hoooluiu
as iccond tljui matter.
"You have got to have something
more than excitement and hurrah
and talk to keep the game going'.
You can howl about principles and
reform and prosecuting rich and
poor criminals and all that, but un
less there is a party, a strong po
litical organization, back of the
game it is bound to be a losing one."
This Is a 6ne-lssuo session or tlio
Legislature. Don't try to stiirt new
Iiroposttlons until tlio main topic Is
Start the transportation discus
sion going In the Legislature, and a
light will lie started that will not he
ended in Honolulu, and Is mora than
llUcly tu (.(implicate tho treatment
of OrcHnlr Act amendments In
Hawaii always shows Its good will
toward the Kmpcror or Japan. Tho
feeling Is posMbly more cordial this
jcar on nccount of tho belief that
tho government of Japan set Its seal
of disapproval on the endeavors or
certain of Its subjects In this Terri
tory to overthrow law nnd order.
Hawaii wants no prohibition leg
islation at the hands of Congress,
and Congress Is sensiblo enough to
understand It. Our only danger Is
the voto or some Congressmen who
don't care a rap for Hawaii or Pro
hibition, but figure that they might
gain a few Prohibition votes In their
home district by voting In favor ot
something not needed or wnnted
here. Fortunately the Congressional
majority Is not made up of men ot
JUST ONE ISSUE.
Amendment of tho Organic Act is
the purpose ror which tho Legisla
ture was called In special session.
Legislators should make no mis
take as to the sentiment ot tho peo
ple toward the duties and rosponsl
bllltles ot the men assembled In tho
They have just one Issuo before
them; the people have Just ono Is
suo In mind tho amendment or tho
That Is what tho Legislators were
called In session to pass upon. There
Is not now any other matter or pub
lic moment that would Justify the
calling or the Legislature, and there
Is no good reason why the represen
tatives or the people should tako up
tlmo and add to the public expense
by deliberation on subjects or less
When resolutions and bills are put
before, the Legislature that arc not
germaln to the subject presented by
the Governor, the members fathering
these measures Immediately laV
themselves open to the possibly jus
tified charge of trying to complicate
tHo situation and thus bring dis
credit upon tho Legislature of tho
Territory or Jeopardizing the good
name of tho Territory, In order to
play a little gumo of politics that
will at best dccclvo only the Ignor
ant and then for a very short period.
Citizens or good common sense
have ono thing In mind ns regards
the plain duty ot tho Legislators In
Any discussion thnt has to do
with the Organic Act Is timely If it
be good or bad. Anything not hav
ing to do with tho Organic Act Is en.
tlrely out ot place.
This Ib tho plain Issue. As Legis
lators hold to It or go off on tang
ents, they will be judged by the
thinking people ot the Islands who
will cast the toto at the noxt elec
tion. Of course the Legislators nro free
to do as they please.
Every Legislator will meet tho ap
proval of tho voters If his good sense
as well as his pleasure dictates his
unfailing adherence to the subject
prescntod In the Governor's message,
and the one that Is tho most Import
ant for this Territory nt the present
Pf Sl Monton .do
Per Ytr, nrwhetelnU.S I.oo
Pet Year anywhere n Canada,., Kilo
Per Year poetpatd, foreign a.oo
New York appears to havo gained
a reform victory, though Tammany
won tho right for Mayor.
According to all tho advance com
ment on tho election, the averagoly
honest citizens were most anxious to
elect Ilopubllcnn-Kuslon cnndldates
for the municipal offices other than
Mayor. Hvon with n Tammany
Major, ir the forces that stood for
honesty as against open graft wcro
able to control the board of esti
mates nnd tnrlous borough offices,
the government of tho municipality
might be put down ns rescued from
the powers of evil,
As previously pointed out in these
columns, Mr. Hearst consented to
run for Mayor only on condition that
tho PuBlon-Kepublicnn ticket for alt
olllces other than the Mayor should
be endorsed by his following. Ills
request was accepted, and no doubt
had much to do with tho success of
tho anti-Tammany campaign. Major
Gaynor was tho Tammany candlda'tc,
but no one knows what ho will do.
Chic reform did not faro ns well
In other cities as in tho metropolis.
San Francisco appears to havo gono
to the old extreme of graft politics,
nnd If tho new city government docs
not equal In dishonesty that ot
Hour und Schmldtz, It will mean that
tho graft prosecutions havo at least
placed a rCspect tor common honesty
In the hearts of Schmldtz's former
fi-lamla ntwl nsanrlntPH
Defeat ot Honey and tho reform
element was' probably brought
about by Henoy's roughshod methods
isnevSi rm.eh.ho,! mMhnrin
nt one tlmo and another, Indicating
a luck ot Judgment, and also the In
different support of certain inverte
brate classes that had beenmn tired
of trying to be too honest when tho
city wag struggling' to recover somo
of Its lost business.
Humanity In general has not yet
come to believe that It pays a city
to be decent and honest.
(Continued from Pace 1)
eelved by tho Consul and his staff.
They were followed by others who aro
Identified with tho diplomatic, official
and commercial circles.
Tho assistants of tho Consulate
looked after tho comfort of tho guests
while they wcro within tho confines ot
tho consular residence.
Karly this forenoon tho Consul re
ceived tho Japaneso subjects at tho
Consulato General, corner of.Fnrt and
Berctanla streets, First of all tho
school children, in chargo ot their
teachers, called and paid their respects
to tho Consul. As thty left, each and
every child was presented with a pack-
(.go of candles, much to their delight
During tho day, commencing at 9
o'clock this morning, (ho Japaneso held
athletic sports on tho grounds of tho
Japaneso school on Nuunnu street and
nt Knkaako. Fencing, wrestling nnd
other Oriental and Occidental sports
wero In order, Tho winners wcro giv
en prizes nccordlng to their Ingenuity.
Tho sports will bo continued this af
ternoon until sunset.
All through tho Japaneso colony,
business houses closed their doors In
order to celebrate, tho day In grand
This otcnlng Consul Utono will glvo
a banquet to tho Jnpaneso subjects for
whom Invitations havo been Ibsucd.
Tho tables, securely placed unilor , u
largo tent at tho roar of tho Consular
residence on Nuunnu Btreet, will bo
loaded with Japaneso eatables. Thcro
will bo musical and other features of
entertainment, Mr. Onodcra of tho
Honolulu Japaneso Dally Chronlclo is
in chargo of tho entertainments.
Those who havo not been Intltod
will while nwny their tlmo at tho Jap
aneso theater on Maunakca street.
A special program has boon arranged
Tlii Japanese Merchants' Assn.
elation will givu Iholr birthday party
at tho Mochlzukl Club next Saturday
night. This Is nn Invitational affair.
Present nt the Consul's reception
this forenoon weio the Italian Consul.
F. A. Sclmefer, dean of tho Consular
corps; French Consul Menant, Pnrtu-
guest Consul Count Canavarro. Gei
man Consul Cleorgo Rodlok, Chlnoso
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get when living in a home of your
own. All things being equal, it is
extravagance to pay rent.
It Is Possible
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lecting a site for a home you 'should
select your lot in a good neighbor
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Governor Cleghorn, Postmaster Prntt,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown, Mrs. J. K.
Blown, J. II. Ilnkunlo, Dr. Katsumuru
nnd scvcrnl others.
END OF THE VACATION.
What are the wild wnves saying
What Is tho talo thoy toll
To tho sharks of the easy marks.
Who gnce by tho sea did well?
Oh, It Is tho old, old Btory
A story that is no Joko;
Our Hmo for play has paescd nwny,
And most of us aro broke.
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Unfurnished houses in College
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A partially furnished cottage on
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Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a. m, to
11 :30 p. m.
In Your Business
NOT LOOKING FOR MOSS.
"Remember, joung'man," said the
stern parent to hln roving son, "that
a rolling Btono gathers no mosn."
"Well, dud," rejoined tho youth,
"do oti want me to break Into tho
Him (at tho reception) When
the girl nt tho piano was asked to
sing she declared sho couldn't.
Her Well, sho seems to hnvo
been guilty of unintentional truth
fulness. JUST FACTS.
You will notice on llfo's vnyngc,
H you're Balling pretty fnst,
Thnt you can't uso as n "chaser"
Tho water that Is past.
And then again jou'll notice,' If
You'ro drifting down tho stream,
That tho milk of human kindness
Generates but little cream.
of New York
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Judge Gaynor, who was elected
Major of Greater New York City, Is
described as follows by n wilier in
tho Now Yoik World:
William J. Gaynor, B8 years old,
n "radical," champion of the under
dog, fighter of corporate and official
oppression, n master ot stinging
English, taciturn, seldom smiling,
often rtulo and forbidding in speech,
instantly flaming with anger at
what ho consldcis n wrong, with a
passion ?or liberty nnd free speech,
n Judgo on tho bench for tho last
sixteen years, who has not hesitated
to speak out and who ndvanccd many
of the afterward so-called progres
siva Roosevelt doctrines bcfoio Mr.
Iloosctelt was heard of. n hater ot
bosses, a reader, student, philosopher
nnd n Democrat who was first elected
to ofllco on n Republican ticket.
Otto T. Ilnnnnrd, his Republican
opponent, 05 jcars old, financier,
conservative, niultl-inllllonnlro, able
organizer of decrepit financial Insti
tutions, a construct he genius, head
or a big trust company which pats
him a. salary of $50,000 n J ear, a
friend of President Tuft, n man ot
many charities and philanthidpics,
who previous to his nomination had
undo only tluco Hpeiclica In his life
and whoso only public office was
that ot a member or tho Hoard or
Education, a bachelor, "good fel
low," man of simple tnstc, whose
homo Is In n comparatively modest
flat, whoso friends aro big financiers
nnd rich clubmen.
Both men started poor, both are
Now Yorkers, Bannnrd having been
born In Brooklyn, Gnynor In Oneida
County. Both had to light their way
through school and college. Justice
(ajnor, while not rich In tho mod
em Now York sense, Is a man of
substantia! menus. Besides his sal
ary or $17,500 a year as Justice or
tlio Supremo Court, Justice Gaynor
receives nn Income or $100,000 r.
year as ono of tlio two executors of
tho estate ot William Zlegler, tho
baking powder magnate, who was
his warm personal friend.
COMMENCE BARRACKS MARCH 1
(Continued from Pice 1)
down to lunch tndny, and after n
splendid meal were addressed by Col
onel Donny, thief qunrtcrmastcr of
tho U. S. Mnrlno Corps.
Colonel Denny was Introduced by
K. C. Blown, picsldent ot tho Com
mcrclal Club, In a tow well-chosen
words. Tho Colonel, who wns greet
ed with applause on rising, said In
pait; I regard this Invitation to
speak before you gentlemen ns tho
gic.iU-st honor I hato had paid mo
for ninny yuus. This will bo my
maiden fcrceih, for novor before In
my life havo I addicsscd a meeting.
I did onco speak before my class
ninny years ago, but tho fact that t
was novcr allowed to speak again
tdiows what sort of n public speaker
"Hero In Hawaii I feel ns If tho
southern line of the United States
Those "Arnold" Goods
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The "Arnold" Knit Diaper does away with all these disadvantages
and is inexpensive ; $2.50 to $4 per doz.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEO to announce that on January 1st, 1910, hey will
open a Lndlcs Department In connection with
their TruBt business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
invest mny call or correspond and receive advice ns to
opening a bank nccount, putting their funds out at inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class of security. Under tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold property In her own rlgl.t.
The Dlshop Trust Company feel that they llnvo been
fortunate In securing tor this Department tho services of
Miss J. T. Maclntyre, who Is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight years
past of Hlshop & Company's Savings Dank. Miss Macln
tyro will have nn ofllco In the HIbIiop Trust Company s
llulldlug on Bethel Street, where she will bo found daily
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
hud been transferred to theso is
lands. Tho hospitality of ovcryono
seciiw Just ns great as In thd South,
where It appears to grow on tho
"I havo been connected somo way
with Hawaii for many years, ami
when the question of nnnexntlon or
these Islands came up I was acting
as army and navy correspondent for
the New York Tribune. When tho
fito gentlemen went to the malnlntnj
to present tho motion for nnncxa
tlon, I wns wired by my chief to In
tcrvlow tho Picsldont of tho United
State and find out what ho thought
of tho suggestion.
"1 wns up against It then, and,
nrter trying In every way, had to
give the Idea best. Ono ot tlio offi
cials told mo thnt If ho wcro editor
of a great dally piper ho would como
out plain, anil ray thnt certainly tho
President was In fnvnr of annexation
of the Islands. Then If It turned
out that (ho President did not ap
prove of tho annexation. It would bo
ensy to turn around und declnio that
the chief executive was quite right
In his decision.
"Some day a marble bust should
bo placed In n nlclio In somo public
building In this city nnd thut beauti
ful bust should lie ot mo." (Cheers
"As regards Pcnrl Harbor, provisions
havo been mndo for tho Immedlnto con.
Htructlon or a mnrlno barracks, and
eight or ten officers quartern, A reg
iment or MarlncM, say twclvo bundled
men, wilt bo settled thcro as soon nH
the bulletin!: nro rcmly. Uiter till
provisions win bo made ror from 2 1 Oil
to 3G00 men nt Poarl Harbor.
"Wo will advlno the authorities to
pass appropriations so that n burrick
sud officers' quarters may bo added
ear by year.
"Tho Marino Corps has tho honor of
having the first appropriation for nny
buildings nt Pearl Harbor; $135,000 is
available nnd Ihnt will provide for from
250 to '00 men. Fifty thousand dol
lars, nro In hand for offlccis' quarters
and next jeir that will bo added to.
It will bo a Alio station nnd somo day
will bo tho most Important In tho
"Tho Naval Station at Pearl Har
bor, In my opinion, has been started In
n modest wny, but will surely become
much Inrger In tho future."
Tho Colonol wns greatly applauded
when ho concluded his address, and n
voto of thanks wns tendered him by
tho mooting. A motion was put nnd
carried with acclaim that tho Loglsln
turo of Hawaii bo nskod to appropriate
nn amount of money to provide n mar-
bio bust of Colonel Denny, said bust
to bo Inscribed as follows: "Colonel
Denny, tho man who nlono mndo an
notation iKisslblo." This motion wns
carried nmld great laushtcr and tho
Withering broko up.
"Do you believe that truth lies at
tho bottom ot a well?" quelled tho
originator ot silly questions,
"Yes at the bottom of an Ink
well," replied tho Innocent bystand
er, " and tho pons of n gicnt many
writers aro too Bhort to disturb It."
SOURCE OF HIS WEALTH.
Myor Thero goes Dr. Cubebs ill
his now automobile, Thoy say ho
spends money llko water.
Gyor But It's n sufo bet ho ilon't
get It fiom tho woll. '
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