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EVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. G, 1909.
AILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace R. Purrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-r I Editorial Rooms, - 185
e,lBuslneas Office, - 256
EnttTcd at the Plofficf at Honolulu
m arcotid clan matter.
He who from zone to zone
Guides through the boundless sky
thy certain flight.
In the lone; way that I must tread
Will lead mv stcus aricht.
William Cullen Bryant.
Does nnjonc wonder whether Con
gress will jiut It through ns quickly
mill with bo tittle talk about It7
Hawaii's Goicrnors hnio thus far
founil It safe to follow- the rule
when In doubt pass It up to the Leg
islature. Honolulu la growing. If ou
would ride In the linml wngon, J"U
had belter Join with those helping
Honolulu Is prow lug nt n speed
that cause . in the eroakcrs and
pessimists to leallze that
can stop us.
Advertising alwas pays, but the the'Amerlcan League tho figures arc
stoiekeepers appieclato better this 103,000 greater than for tho Nn
soason when most everyone has a tlonal The olllclnl attendance count
little surplus to spend on tho lux- for 190S was 7.009,122.
urles of life. . In the light of these top-notch
. i . l -' statistics, tho national game Is seen
Menibeis of (treat lliltaln's Units- to bo doing much more than hold Its
is of Parliament should turn to tho own. To mcasuro tho popular Intcr
Leglslaturc of the Territory of lln-'est lu tho sport ono must consider
wall If they would gain knowledge tho support given to more than thlr
t ii tho prompt despatch of public ty minor professional leagues as well
business. I as to college teams, high school
( teams, athletic club teams and other
If )ou can't llnil evidences of llo- amateurs in unreckoned numbers,
nolulu's progress and steady devel- In the summer on the malnlnnd.nl
opment, tuko a few nddltlonal mo- most literally tho wholo country
meiits and read carefully what tho plajs baseball, and In Hawaii wo
Increasing number of 1) u I 1 o 1 1 n piny the )cnr round,
advertisers aio sa)lng In loud tonos.i Among cities of the big legucs
New York, Pittsburg, Chicago and
Reappearance of tho turkey nils Detroit havo found their attendance
lemlnds Honolulu people that they nt tmcH nhnrply limited by ground
have every reason to bo thankful ex-.space. Despite tho conversion of the
ccpt for the price of tho bird Yet cw york j00 grounds Into n close
wo bcllevo more people havo' tho built amphitheatre, many thousands
prlco this year. than ever bcfoic. would-be spectators wcro turned
When Snn h'ranclaio Investors re-
turn to the local market II means
mil uur irivntin ucnixs mo wilier
have n surplus to Invest mid havo
forgotten tho rather unpleasant ex-
perlcnces of the boom that gave Ho-
nolulu bad naine.
"TT. ' "
I oproseutntivo Cns n. proves
that ho Is-ii consistent Republican
mid protectionist. Hawaii has gain-
id millions f,om protection ami
houl.l certainly ho icady to render
its share towni.l maintaining tlio
American merchant marine.
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,,,M u , K ?"r '.'""n ' r,Ct"
ought to Insplro American steam-
ihi"fl'!.TrM,,7n 'th " ,,e",U't!"n.J?1 nml n,'lns "ul'llc l"lcrct "' !""
(he fuct that they must double the ,,i Bpoi t.
transportation equipment between i '
this port" and tho Pacific Coast ir
they Intend to hold the confidence ot
should bo sumdemenled by a ten- ' ,0ck1 hlch wns n,,0"led tt"""t
mliiuto servlco'on all of tl.o present , dlf ""'! te.
Hul.ifrl.nn lines. Collego Hills and Up0" lho reconvening of tho Housu
KulmuM demand it, nml the cnuso!nt " ""clock, tho Seiuito resolution
if t.r.i. I.in I -- l. .1 C JlllltlET (HI llin rinll)lliiil tr. n........l
. .t...,.,h tiiiii HKHIC'SQIVC BUCl.UIIH
of the city Is absolutely Just.
Hon. Joe Cohen's tnlk of subsidy
whllo introducing n resolution to
suspend coastwise shipping Is so
much llko tint liquor leglsfntlon,
'agreement" that ono Is Inclined to
'',ut H1"" '"f I10"18 " B",1
i Should tho Leglsluturogo on ice-'
v ord In favor nf tho suspension of '
'tho co.istwlso shipping law, It will
'put ono blot on Its recoul, and wo
hopo tho only ono, Territorial pa-1
trlotlsm is not best displayed by n
vote fr u plan that will greatly ns-
nisi in wiping tlio Amorlcnn Hug
iruiu ina nice of ino wutors.
.a,:i . ,, ' . V. r "" ,In leclnred (hat tho suspension of
effete east. Kmest I'ox Nichols! the ",tacl ' ,h0 BCC,"",B f " 8Ul"'1 bjr
. now president of Dartmouth College, "l""'' ,
! was born In Leavenworth, KansaB ' resolution is pot Americun lu
and graduated from the Kansas Ag- l)rl"cl)l0 nr suntlnient; It Is un-Amer-rlcultural
College. Thero Is still ' ,rnn" 'lechucd Affonso. "Let us sub
fbme hope Hint the tldo of Immlgrn- stltute for It a resolution asking for
jtlon will turn hj as.to.bilng nl.outM'10 Krantlug of n subsidy.
jhe rogouortitlon of tho east, i "I am ufnild somu ot us mo pocket
Per Sti Motrin .flu
Tcr Year, anywhcieln US l.ou
Pel Year anywhere n Canada, ,. I. Bo
Per Year poatpatd, fotijtn a.uo
.NOVEMBER 6. 1009
"I licllcvo strong!) In the physi
cal and moral value of athletic
sports and -of Intcrcollqglato con
tents con due led In n spirit of gen
erous rhalry; and 1 do not belloo
that their exaggerated prominence
nt the present day Is to lie attrlbutcll
to n condition on the part of the
undergraduates, or of tlio public,
that ph)slcul Is more nlunblo than
In these words the new president
of Harvard College Indicated his
dirterentu of opinion from that long
held b) President Klllott. and a few
d.i)8 later a West Point man was
Killed lu n football game with Ilnr
lanl. Somehow progress of all
kinds has to bo made nt the cost ot
Intimates of the attendance nt tho
baseball guinea ot the National and
American Leagues for the season or
1309 glo n total of 7,378,108. lr
'away on red-letter days of tho sea-
win Just closed. Tho vast Korbes
ricld of Pittsburg has proved tin-
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,.,,, of ,le ,.,,,. tullll),on8hll)
So 'long as baseball remains tho
hot.ett, active and slliilng sport
' that It Is, it Is sure of a mounting
1108crv. Tll0 Rrif)lllK ...yi.ienco
()f mnny senll0ns ,, , cnnn.
llanco of tllllt ntCKrUy whch ealll
lu conspicuous charms. Us frco-
,,, ,,, Bnni,,lnK ,s (ll0 sccret ,,r
, BIUC08 ftI1( fmr ,,., ,miel)a cn.
thuslasts should reallic that (hero Is
"" way lo Kl" th0 Bn"le b" com-
'',Uel- "' " Rutnbllnit on the
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(Continued from Pare 11
tl.o effect that both Houses of tho
I " "" "" ""'-.'. " l'' "i"
nto from tho Territory's J.'.O.OOO con
tingent fund for tho relief of tho per
sons discharged from Molokat was
Tho ronstwiso suspension resolution
then camo up for consideration, and
Cohen took tl.o floor In support of Ills
measure. Ho declared that nil tho
and ho stated that tho object of tin.
"solution was to bring tho Congress-
mcn ' a renllzntlon of tho necessity
ot adequato transportation fncllltles,
to bo only Becurcd by n BUbsldy.
Ho declared that In tho Interval It
vvas essential to tho best lutciests nf
tho Territory that tho coastwise law
Affonso took tho floor In opposition
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Amorlcnns," added Affonso. "When"
our Americanism touches our pockets
wo find It convenient to drop It."
Affonso then moved fur tho Indefi
nite, postponement of tho resolution
and was seconded by Knnlho. Ho de
clared that ho had never heard ot tho
pcoplo petitioning tho legislature In
behalf of tho Busponslon of tho coast
Castro said tlicro was a marked di
vergence of opinion among tho local
business organizations ns to tlio wis
dom of suspending tho coastwiso law.
llo declared that to suspend tlie.
coastwiso Inws would ho n fatal blow
to tho prospects nml futuro of Amer
ican commerce in tho Pncltlc.
"Tho principle of protection Is tho
foundation of American prosperity,"
snid Castro, "and tho suspension of
tho ronstwiso law will discourage tho
building of moro Amorlcnn boats."
Tho voto was then taken nnd tho
resolution adopted by n voto ot 1G
ATonpo's effort to securo nn njo-
REAL ESTATE FOR
A gennine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Xaimuki Park and Waiilae Tracts.
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlook
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waiklki.
Fort and Merchant Street.
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a. m, to
11:10 p. m.
In Your Business
"a ii ii'unjEswfs"""
anil-nn.VQtoafallodf somo of tho mem
bers displacing a remarkable dcslro
to avoid gajng on record.
Tho ri'sdiitlou read as follows:
"WhercnBon nccount of lho lack of
adequate, passenger nccommodntlonB
between Honolulu nnd tho mainland,
Inrgo numbers of tourists nro pro
vented from visiting Hawaii, and
"Wlicreasi-lha advancement nnd do-,
velopmcnt of this Torrttory nro being
retarded because of tho fact that
t many posslblo settlors aro unnblo to
I get stenmshlp nccommndntlons from
J San Francisco nnd other coast ports
to Hawaii, nnd
"Wherens, flt frequently hnppcns
that visitors who hnvo romo to tho
Islands have, through Inability to got
passngo back, been prevented from
leaving when they desired to do so
and have, on ihat nccount, mndo re
ports to their friends and acquaint
ances whlph havo provented others
from visiting Hawaii, and
"Wherens, grcnt discomfort nnd In
convcnlencp aro experienced, not only
by tourists nnd visitor? but nlso by
tlio residents of tbeso islands, on ac
count of tho Inadequacy ot passenger
accommodations, to such an extent
that frequently residents of Hawaii
aro delayed for weeks and even
months on thq Const when they nro
anxious to return home, and ,
'Whereas, tho pcopto of Hawaii
hnvo on numerous occasions express
ed the dcslro that tho coastwise ship
ping laws as applied to Hawaii, which
provent travel to and from tho Islands
In other than tAmcrlcnu vcssols, bo
suspended until such tlmo as there
shall bo adequato passenger accom
modations on American vessels, nnd
'Whereas, thero appears to bo at
present no prospect of an lmmedlato
or speedy alleviation ot the onerous
conditions which aro acting to the
detriment of tho best Interests of tho
people of Hawaii, now, therefore
"llo it Resolved by tho House of
Hcpresentatlves of the Legislature of
tho Territory of Hawaii, tho Sennto
concurring, That wo recommend to
tho Honorablo Jonah Kuhlo Kninnl
nnaolc, Dotcgato to the Congress of
the United States from tho Territory
of Hawaii, that ho urgo upon Congress
tho suspension of tho coastwise ship
ping laws so far as their application
to Hawaii Is concerned In so far as
they affect the carrying ot passengers
by vessels not flying the flag ot tho
United Stntcs, until bucIi tlmo as It
sh'all appear that ample passenger ac
commodations havo been provided In
American vessels plying between Ha
waii and tho mainland, or in the dis
cretion of tho President ot tho United
"Bo It further Resolved, That a
copy of this resolution bo sent to tho
Honorablo Jonah Kuhlo Kalanlanaole,
Dolcgato to Congress from tho Tcrrl
tory of Hawaii.
"J. C. COHEN,
"Representative Fourth District"
(Continued from Past I)
Ralph II. 11. Forstcr, who has been
Acting Consul for Great Britain, re
turned from a brief vacation spent in
tho Stntes. Mrs. fl. Frcncli, who ar
rived by tho Alamcdn, Is prominent in
Salvation Army circles. '
After an extended trip abroad dur
ing which tlmo importnnt points of in
terest In a rent Britain nnd tlio Conti
nent wcro visited, F. Halstcnd and
Mrs. Halstcnd hnvo returned. Tho
trip has, proved ot much benefit to
Armln Hancbcrg of H. Hnckfeld &
Co, accompanied 'by Mrs. Hancbcrg,
aro back from an oiiJoabla trip which
extended to various points through
out tho United States.
Mrs. II. II. Rcnton, wlfo of tho man
ager of tho Union Mill, has returned
from a trip to tho Coast. C. K. Spcns
represents the freight department of
tho Chicago, Durllngton & Qulncy
Railroad. Ho Is accompanied by Mrs.
Spcns and this Is said to bo their
Tho Alameda wireless worked with
tho same degrco ot perfection tor
which it Is famous. Operator Baxter.
was again successful In taking down
sumo of tho conversation forwarded to
him by tho wireless tclcphono people
of San Frnnclsco. Ho Is ablo to dis
tinctly hear tho music played by a
phonograph nnd to detect tho differ
ence in voices speaking over tho ap
paratus. LAST NIGHT OF 8URF PICTURES.
The pictures of the surf rldors at
Walklkl Beach will bo shown for the
last tlmo tonight at Tho Bonlno, Tho
film of this plcturo will bo Bent to the
mainland early next week Tho real
ism of tho picture Impressed a little
girl tot six years of age last night so
much that ns tho picture showed tho
advance of tho surf riders, she asked
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FRENCH LAUNDRY, J. Abadie, Prop.
Mayor of Leon
.Om Arthibaldo CutcUa, Mayer
Dtrivtd Satiifactory Rttultt Front
Piruna Company of tht Fact
MUNICIPAL PALACE. LKON,
The Peruna Drug Co.,
Columbus, Ohio, V. S.
Having taken Peruna with
Ixaiaf -3 J?3ip jfc ?eaH fi?yjK.; By gSaK"mg" Sj &S s
pleased to advise you of It by means of this fetter.
(Mayor of Leon.)
Catarrh of Hot Countries.
In cold countries ctrrl. usually iff
.'ecti the held, throat or lungs.
nut there is a form of catarrh quite as
icrlous and usually of a more scute
form, which holds sway In hoi count rhi,
luch as Texas, Mexico and a largo por
tion ot South America. This form of
catarrh affects the alimentary ranal.
ThentomMch, liver, bowcli and kidney
are the principal organs affected.
While it is true that occasionally In
hot countries catarrh of tho nosoor ca
tarrh ot the head occurs, It Is also true
that In cold countries during the warm
seasons catarrh of tho abdominal organs
It remains a fnet, however, that ca
tarrh ot Ilia respiratory orgaaa II
The following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail trele:
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The Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, ' .
BEd to announce that on Januury 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 fundi to
Invest may call or correspond and receive a'dvlce as to
opening a bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying roal estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
nny other class of secuilty. Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory a woman can bold property in her own right.
The Bishop Trust Company feel that they have been
fortunate lu securing for this Department the services ot
' Miss J. T. Muclntyre, who Is well known in the business
community ot Honolulu ns the manager for eight years
pubt of Bishop Company's Savings Bank. Miss Macln
tyre will have an office in the Bishop Trust Company's
Building on Bethel Street, where she will be found dally
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January,
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
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Leon, Guanajuato, Mtxlco, Having
tht Us eforuna, Advisn tkt
in tkt Following Lttttn
Leon, atiMnaJUMto, Mexico; Oct? 10? 1945.
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very satisfactory results, I am
- A. (JUEDEA.
characteristic of cold countries, while
catarrh ot the alimentary canal and
abdominal organs Is characterltllc ot
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Mr.M. H. Rodriguez, VaneKas,H.T. P.,
Mexico, In a recont letter to The l'eruna
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Buttered with chronic catarrh.
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nothing helped me permanently.
"Finally one of your booklet, 'The
Ills of Life,' reached my hands, and
seeing that other cases Just llko mine
were being treated with Peruna, I de
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After taking three bottles, I consid
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