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CIECULATION LABaSST. 07 A5Y KEWSPAPER PUBLISHED ?
in flu-Territory of Hawaii.
II ei, Business
He that cannot think, is a fool;
He that will not, is a "bigot;
TT. (hat dare not. is a Slave.
Ulnscription on the Wall of Andrew
niprtloria InKentuClty have' nl-
Imost reached the exciting level of
in old-fashioned necK-tio party oi
No one has doubted that I'e&ry
hlHcoVcicil tho Pule,, and u ctcadliy
increasing number bcllovo Do fioi
San rrancisco free. Isn't that a
Idgnnl to tho forces of graft mac
bnunlclpal authorities will looK mo
ithor way? "
llofaro-Chrlstmns utiles seem lo
nave struck the stock market with
ho exception that tho prices are
clng marked up Instead of down.
New York hit's proved tfa bo a
athcr lovel-headed city" after nil.
fno of tho best ovluciicca scemu to
o tho waking up. of Ilosa Croker to
realization tnai Tammany is i"
ig its grip.
lluslness administration of public
(fairs by tho Legislature will bo an
(.sue before the,pcoplo In tho next
ntuiintirn. Prnmut dcsnatcll of pub-
', 1c business Is what will meet the
JJH Hill PWI I 'I
Members of-tho. House, got quickly
flown to business and finished it.
hat will attract iiiorO favorable
Lientlon from tho .uqopty' -at. ,honie
ml abroad than air tho talk; wun
hothlng done, that the Senate can
roduco In a iiioitthot Sundays.
PUBLIC EXPECTS ACTION
L 'I 3 i .1 tit
Thcro wast something .cllghtly lllog-
nl Wodneoduy morning. In tho advo
icy by somo moinbe'rs'of tho House
lteiircsantntlves.pLtjio.ldoa or now
g public meetings' to learn tho "peo-
I. ... .L .
oa sentiment on ino piuinweu
icndmcnts to tho land laws. It tho
Acting of tli'jir constltuoncles on tho
cuilmcntH Is not known by every
mber of tho Houso or Scifato Bomo
e Is certainly hopelessly derelict In
-f filing tho most,,ossentlalTnnd fund-
Amciital duty of ."representing" any-
fcdy or anything.
Publlo policy, dictates that tho, era
secrecy In connection with Organic
Jet nmendtneno or Other matters of
ch widespread importance snail
inso. but 'It seems to be' carrying the,
fa 01 puunciiy'ioo iar in ueiuyinK
lb work of tho Icclslaturo on the
'etenso of giving tho public a chance
bo heard. Tlie publld will bo heard
liether tho Legislature wills it or not.
1st no"' llio'most essential duty that
owing tho public la to begin 11 con-
deration of tho land law amendment
hlch will oxjkjso nny fault's It any
cro be. 1
l'ubllc meetings nro undeniably good
Inga and might nld tho Legislature
hastening Its decision. Any senti
ent reflected at u publfo meeting,
jwevor, would,, simply bo tho ox
ofBesslou of the'' pcopjo o,f Oahu and
t of tho Territory nt largo.
if) Bit Is up to tho legislators and tho
oplo expect them to net.
WHAT THE PEOPLE DEMAND.
tine Territorial uouso oi uepru-
ntathes is 'Republican.
Let no man go astray on this
It lias from tho outset held Itself
thollsbuo for which the sneclnl
icbslnnjot tho Leglblatmo was called
)y so going It has met tho demandl
r ino pcopio or 1110 Territory ami
ealt with tho situation In 11 bust1
il'sh-IIKo innnnei'. '
As for tho Senate, wo commend It
o tho careful study of tho action of
Republican or Democrat, Home
tuler or I'lohlbitlonlst, let the po
Itlcal 'faith of citizen bo whnt tt
my, tho unanimous sontlmont Is
hat tho niembeiH of tho Legislature
lould stick to tho text placed be.-
10 mem uy 1110 Uovornor. and wliHh
irulshed tho oiilv excusn in exist-
&iro for calling nil extrn session ot
Folltlcnl' trickery in brlnglne for-
PAYAB1I VX ADVA5C1.
,., ,'BtCLV BULLETIN
FerSli Mania... 0 .Bo
" ttr Yttf.'.rfywhm In U.S I.oo
Pel Year, aujmherf it Cftn.de. .. f.So
Per Year (aetpald, (oieign 3.oo
Qf flee, - 256
fatned tt the PottoOct tt Honotula
u iecond-clui miufcr.
i , NOVEMBER 4, 1909
ward questions .pot gcrmaln to the
subject may serve a temporary po
litical advantage, but, It will not
Inst. Tho-people refuse to have their
attention diverted. Thoy know
what Is needed, and while general
legislation oti a varletyof topics has
an attractive appearance, they have
diiough good business tense to real
ize that general legislation Is en
tirely cut of place under nny cir
cumstances until they havo disposed
ofjhe worU'fqr which tho Legisla
ture was called. . '
Hold to the issue. Anicnd the
That Is' the demnnd of tho citi
zens whom those In legislative halls
Indications point to the fact that
representatives of tho telephone
company don't want to reach nn
agreement with tho City Supervis
ors. It Is remaVkable what' changes
a'Vnltialile franchise will bring about
In some men's vlewb, when they
hold the franchise
No special session of tho Legisla
ture would ever bo called to secure
an expression 'o'n'the suspension of
coastwiso shipping laws. Conse
quently thcro Is no good cause for tho
Legislature of Hawaii making itself
the tool of tho foreign ship lobby'nt
V'nshlngton, "when It Is tho Organic
.t that the people seek action on.
SHIP SUBSIBUONTEST. '
Thero are, two all-absorbing (.ues-.
tlons that. we,1 as nn'-'achlovcment
loving nation, desire tn settlo to the
best udvantngo lor the United States,
Doth questions. are attracting In-
tonso International notice, for they
are to bo settled by contest, and tho
world loves nothing better than to
wlfnoss n fight to the finish, be U
of brains or muscle.
The coming contest between tho
two aspirants for the world'3 cham
pionship honor at fisticuffs will un
doubtedly be the greatest tho world
has .over seen In Its' line, but that
will rank ns a mere preliminary
wlicn considered with the ncht Pres.
Idont Taft will have' stalled whim
ho backs tho shin subsidy bill
to Congress with a iccomiricndutlon
for its passage
A canvass of Congressional mem
bers' who nro at present available
was recently made with a low to
getting ii lino on their feelings to
ward the expected ship' subsidy bill,'
ana tho result shows a slight ma
jority ,unfavornblo to tho bill. It
also brings with It tho fact that tho
majority of Bhlp .subsidy bill dog
gers nre Democrats. Thoro is, how
ever, hope for" 'the bill's passago
from the faci that quite a number of
membcis aro at present still on tholr
vacation trips, n ml It is reasonably
safe to assert that n fighting ma
jority1 lh"favor of ship subsjdy Is
among tho absentees. Notwith
standing that fact, 'the passing or
the ship "subsidy bill, for it will
surely go through, will bo tho ro
sult of one of tho greatest contests
ever 'witnessed in tho halls of "Con
gress. 1 .ii
Somo of tho l-oasons of those who
have made a stand In opposition to
tho ship subsidy bill aro seemingly
cnildlsli, or nt least their view of
tho future welfare' of ' tho United
States merchant ntarlnd does not ex
tend much beyond tho end of their
When "the'eontest over tho'blll is
actually on, and tboso who havo
emphatically expressed themselves
as opposed to tho passage of nny
such measure commence to fight
along tho lines of reasonlug given
out recently In nu off-hand manner,
It will develop a stnto of contention
hnrd to overcimo,' for It would scorn
to bo political reeling alone that will
put them on record as In opposition
to any niovo that might bo mn'do ns
nn aid toward, keeping' ''Old 'dlory1'
still ftjlng n a commercial way on
thscas, ' '
From twenty-seven Democratic
Representatives and Sonntoia who
were questioned on tho bhlp subsidy
bill, not ono gave a logical reuton
for his opposition, The gist of
tholr contention to nny measure
that would havo 11 tendency to 10
cstnbllsli 'or 'bring nbout a remedy
Trent Trust -Co., ttd.
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& Red :-
A home in Moiliill is offered for
talc at a great sacrifice. Property
comists of one-half acre of highly
improved land and a new 5 bedroom
home. The place is .well located
and grounds arc in lawn' and planted
with trees and 'shrubs. If you de
sire to own such a property the
price can be. made attractive,
Trent Trust Co.h, I-td.
a r f
Bishop Trust Co.,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
REAL ESTATE ifORTOAQES.
MONEY TO LOAN' ON LISTED COL-
IATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE'
943 BETHEL STREET.
for tho present deplarnbto condition
of our merchnnt marine, Is that
they nro opposed to "spccl.il privi
leges' or tho paying of largo sums
to steamship companies for tho ben-
ieflt of tho country nt large.
Scnntor Fletcher, Democrat, or
Jacksonville, admits tlfnt our mer
chant marine has not kept paco
with our progress and needs, and In
the same breath Eajs that he cannot
favor ship subsidy. "
It Is a fact beyond dispute that
every civilized nation on this earth
excopt tho United Btates subsidizes
its shipping to tho fullest extent,
nnd ono of tho results of our peev
ishness In that respect Is the con
splcuousness of our ling by Its nb-
T?cacc In foreign ports.
Ono ot tho points raised ngnlunt
ship 'subsidy In Its gcnernl terms Is
that" found In tho difference between
a straight ship subsidy nnd tbe'sub
vcntlorf granted by tircnt Britain.
Shlp.subsldy menus the payment (it
a definite sum to stcamshlp opera
tors' who nro under no cspiclal rq-
Water house Trust
IT r t
REAL ESTATE FOR
.1 -J t
A genuine )t bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
J A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, itablcs, ware
Building lots' in Manoa Valley,
' Kaimuki Park and Waialae Tracts.
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in Collego
Hills, Kinj; Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
'Il ."' ' Wrt andfMerohant Slrccti. . . -.i-.
,G5 ' "-
In Homes 1 ' ,
: Persons of
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They, hab
itually speak of it as
Open from G a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
' In Your Business
Bpouslb'lltty to tho notcrnaicnt. Un
dcr tho llrltlsh n)lo mot 'ship sub
eiitlon, the nnslbU'd titciunehlu lines
hao xesnelB built under' government
direction, or at least so as to meet
government needs, nnd subject to
call nt nny nnd all times they mayj
no icqmreil lor ino eervjeu oi wiu
nation, it Is some, mch law ns this
that will probibly find Us wny
uj 1 mmjtm.m JS
morning awnrded temporary
mony of iZ por month to Mrs. J. S.
11a I ley, pcudlug tho dctcrmlnatlou
of tho action for divorce that Bho
has Instituted against tier husband.
Mrs. llallcj stated upon tho witness
Hi a ml that her husband's Incnmo
amounted lo between J 100 nnd $301)
per month nnd Hint sho considered
thnt alimony of $100 would be
enough for her wants. The merits
of the illvnrc(pBult wcro not gono
BULLETIN ADS PAY -
V f, ' .
8 King TMwAid'Vll,of Knghinil '
H will bo iS sears of ucc next Tiieii IV
it day, mill In all parts of I ho Hi It :.
M lull Kuiplru tho tiny will bo ob- XI
tt served iis n national holiday. If.'
It In 'Honolulu, tlicio will bo tho tt'
tt usual reception,, at the llrltlsh It
tt Consulate, where the Consuls of tt
tt nil tho other nations will pay tt
!5 their respects to IZJward's rcpic- tt
tt Fontalho In these Islands. tt
tt King lilttard tins been ruler of S!
tt nil Britain for tho past roven tt,'
SS years, nnd Is ns popular as Mini- tt
tt nich ns he van when mviely tt
tt Prlnco of Wnles.
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt :t tt t: :t t: tt tt 2:
CRACKED HEADS IN i
Cracked and dlsDgureil crnnlums
wcro placed on exhibition this morn
ing ns nn aftermath of n battle
waged n few dajs ago In a. Vineyard
street Japanese hath houfec.
Tho pursuit of phrenological re
search was participated In by City
und County Attorney Cnthcnrt,
Jiidgo Andrade nnd Judge Ve.ior.
Medn is n small Jap who stood oil
tho superior fori op ot one Kekl nnd
his wlfo by the vigorous npplkntlou
of a wooden shoo. Tho employment
of the NlpponchO footwear upon tho
unprotected ccnlp ot Sckl Is claimed
to havo united several dents. ScM
emcrgoil from tho encounter (rushed
In spirit and rovctcd with blood
and mho. Ho sought solao in
bringing .Meda, his nssalla ., to
book upon a charge of assault und
Attornoy Cuthcmt lool.edjiltoi'
the Interests of the pioseculluu at
the police, lourt this morning. Ills
nblo opponent wua Judge Weaver,
nnd with th.oso little legal lion mots
und plcnsautilcs that gvncrally pass
between tbu opposing countel In
most trials, tho case proved highly
entertaining to tho fcoloct nudlcnco
which gi'iitTiill' fiequents -.1 police
cuuit In the legitimate pursuit of
what Is termed "local color."
evidence developed Hint Sekl's
wife, though nrrnjed in llltln cIfo
but nature's cirb, was qulto handy
In lending tto.my iiinti! assistance
to her spouco in tho attempt lo put
tho mlnuto Mcdn hors do combat. It
was only at tho combining of the
hostile forces thnt tho smaller Jap
anese forgot nil nbout sentiments of
brotherhood In Dla Nippon, and
mightily siroto tho patu of Ouki,
causing dcf.1rt.1g mnrlss which loom
ed up us lnrgo us the burned spots In
a cune Held.
Th distinguished array of cotin
f el put tho witnesses .through n
pro.ty Ihely pace, but despite tho
legal Illumination, Judgo Ai drado
believed Mcdn guilty ot assault and
not justified In taking the lr.w or
rather tho wooden slipper into his
own hands nnd hiylng out his coun
trymen. Meda drow a fifteen dollar,
lino with tho trimmings.
'Continued from Pane t)
Commissioners of Iimanlty -Alox-ander
l.lndsuy, Jr., Juno I, 1009:
ClinrlcH II. Coorer. September j.1. 1909;
(Icorge II. Ilelbert, nomination,
Itegentii pf the Collrgo of Agrlrul
turo and Mechanic Arts Itnlpli S. Hos
mcr, June 1, l'JODj (icoigo W. Wood
Trustees of tho I.lbrnry nt Hawaii
William I.. Whitney, April SO, 1909;
Krank C. Athcrton, April 20, 1909;
Wlnfred H. llabbllt, April 30, 1909.
I'll vale Wharveu and Landing Com
mltslon Delbert V.. Mflzger. July 19,
1909; Hugh Howell. July 19, 1909; John
II, Moragno, July 19, 1909,
School rund Commission Wnllnco
It. Kurraugtuii, Juno 29, 1909; William
A. Ilpvun, Juno 29, 1909; HJijar Wood)
Juno 29, 1909.
Conimlsplnn nn Stamp Duties and
Licenses Wlllbim L. Stanloy. noiuln
otlon; tl. I'red Uuib nomlnutlon; Illch
nrd II. Tien 1 nomination.
Hoard of Pharmacy Fcrdlnniid r,
Heilumnnn, nomination; Samuel S.
Pock, nomination: Alexia J. fllgnoux,
Llccusu Commlrsloncrs City nnd
County of Honolulu! Wlllnrd U.
Drown Eocond class, Juno 30, 1909; J.
II. Craig, gerund ilnBS, Juno 30, 1909;
Those 'Arnold" Goods
I tyldWMQt tAJ$f
V .A mm 1
The "Arscld" knit Ilinppr docs away with all these disadvantages
and is inexpensive; $2.50 to $4 per doz.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BV.O to nunounco that on January 1st, 1310, they will
open a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, whcio Indies, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
invest may call or correspond und receive advice as to
opening a bank account, putting thcli funds out nt Inter
est, bulng real estate, stocks or bonds, or investing In
nny other clats of eCurlty,V, Under the Laws of tho Ter
ritory n vvoihnn enn hold property In her own rlglt.
The Illshop Trust Company feel that they havo been
fortunnte In securing for this Department the cervices of
Miss J. T. Maclntyrc. who u well known In tho business
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight jears
pnit cf Illshop & company s Savings Hank. Miss Macln
tyro will hnvc nn olllco in the Illshop Trust Company's
Building on Bethel Street, where she will be found dally
from !) to 12, after the 1st ot January.
All accounts nnd. transactions strictly confidential.
' IS APPOINTED
of the census
of taking tho
jer.r, has npi.olntcd Alford Iln'oy
Thayer an special agent to assist him
Mi. Thayer, who wns highly recom-'
niendcl for the position by Governor
I'tiar. Is nt present city editor of tho
No clerical appolntmeiitii will bo
mado by Dr. Clark, but ho Is of tho
opinion that fiotn l'i.'i to l'.o fluid men
will bo required to toko tho popula.
tlon llgures i.f tbo vurlous districts
On each Island a vniMirvUcr v. Ill If
appointed to Instruct llie field mi n n.ul
tn tiibulnto tho returns bfrort forward
ing them to Dr. Clark. This r.llt fn
cllltnto handling of tbo wink before
forwarding It to Wnshlngton.
On tbo olbur IslnmU rcsllcnts will
bo chosen lo supcrvlfn Hi" work of
the outdoor men. und n l-.noivlcdgo of
the Hawaiian laugu'igo will lis ono of
tbo qualifications necessary.
Dr. Clark consider It advlsublo for
any person who wishes for a clerical
roslllon hero ti. quillfy In order that
11 quicker a'.ipulniii'i-ut mluiit ho made
from VathIm;ii..i i 1 -1- 0 lip lltuls It
necessary tn 1.1 U i.-.
Tho clrm:..-! .n o.it bv IMrcctor
rjiiuin 1,-calll.i . 1 1 cxaoi nations to
qualify upiillC3!itB for clerical jkisI
lions, rcfened to porltlnna In tbo cen-
trnl ofllcu In V.'iishliivtcn. I.uch Slate
and Tonltory Is cfitlilol, lo supply a I
percentage of tha staff, Hawaii to sui-
ply fcvcn. t .
Dr. Clark vlil thoitly piei-aro to
niako trlpti to tlio other Islands, laying
plans for 'tho work to follow. I
Hnny llannknbl, the joimg clerk
In tho local pmlofllco who w.-ih de
tected In tho act of stcnllng postage
stamps, was sentenced to six months'
Imprisonment at hnrd labor, llauii
kahl entereii n plea of guilty In tho
IVdcrnl court, nild rentenro was Im
posed on him this morning.
wrU","For flol" r.arfla Dullotlr.
.N'ormau Wntklns, first class, Septem
ber 13, 1909. County of Hawaii: Al
bert Horner, iccund class, Juno 29.
1909; It. A, Lyman, Vecond class, July
9, 1009; William 0. Ogg, first clas3.
August 7, 1909; Samuel M. Spencer,
first clash, September 20, 1909. County
ot Maul! C. D. Lufkln, second class
Juno 29, 1909; 1). C. Lindsay, second
clnsB, Juno 29, 1909. County nt Knu-il:
Augustusi P. Ivnudsvu, nomination;
James K. Apolu, munluntlnn.
Prison Inspectors l'lrst Judlclul
Circuit: Gilbert J. Waller, Muy 23.
1909; IMuanl D.ivls, May 2S, 1909,
i:niCkt It. WoK!u)ilii. Juno 19. 1909
Second Judicial Clicult: William Hon
nlng, May 2S, 1909; II. A. llaldwln,
May 28, 1909; J. X. K. JCioli, May 2S
1909. Third Judlclnl Clrrnltj I.uthoi
S, Aungst. Juno 7, 1909; M. Malakaua,
Juno 7. 1909; II. II. Kenton, Juno 19
1909, Fourth Judicial Clictilf K. N
Holmes, Juno ", 1909; A. II. Undsay,
Juno 7, 1909; It. A. Ljmau, Jr.. Juno
7.1909. With Judicial Circuit: A. S
Wilcox, Juno 7, 1909; J, M. L.Mlgato,
Juno 7, 19P9; John tlaudall, Junu 23
S. Clark I'cdoral Director' $ l.'W JfaiM'M
for Hawaii, who U In a , - ' Iff lOMGtw S
propailng for tho wurJt :; I'liiJiv, AwfWtA 2
decennial census next tf.ft'tyf v SSprtSfS r'v li?i f
Among AH the improved garments for tho
babies introduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
goods, there isn't, one tint has greater influence
for the babies' Rood health nnd comfort than the
"Arnold" Kni,t Diaper.
' The usual linen or cotton diaper will draw
when wet, is cold and irritating to the child, and
h the caiitc of much inflamntion. It is hard to
Wash, dries slowly, nnd, being cutisquare, can never
be applied to tho baby so that it will be uncom
Furniture, Floors and
Woodwork, look like
ANYUODY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes all ccratclicn and other
marks of wear end tear and
elves new life and lustre to
t anything mado of wood.
For New or Old Floors
It Is tho best Finish on the
'2 Mado In !i colors nnd Clear to
n match all kinds of woods.
FOR SALE BY
TIIEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
The correct visiting card
should bo printed from a cop
per plate and on the finest
let us show yon samples of
our copper plate work oar
engravers are artists and we
pay close attention to the ex
ecution of every order.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Dambno ruraiture fca to Order,
icture Frairim: a Specialty.
603 S. BEEETANIA SI.
W. Q. CHALMERS
Geneial Contractor, nnd Builder.
Free of Charge. '
Room 11, ITaniolani Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
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