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EVENINO nHLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUIMIIAY, NOV. !, 1909.
AJXY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Sttect, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
HEMP.ER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
VVtillnce R. Htirrlnton, - LXUItur
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANC1.
Tci Monlb, rniywliefelo US .4 ,75
Per CJuATter. miywhcrt In V 8. 3,1X1
Fee Yff, Mivwhere nl) S H.oo
Per Mr, "m(tj Itttelitn, I2.uc
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
--" I Editorial Rooms,
And where we loe is home I
Home that our feet mny leave, but
not our hearts, I
The chain ma lengthen, but it
Here a tn King IMwurd. Miij his
vver for p.ccrvlng the peace of,
,o world neer grow less.
Yc. times are good In Hawaii 'Telegram Tin- column or moro oc
Hut tlioy will lie better l'cileral ' euplcd b) Hie ttiitcmcnt, published
public works guaranteeing n largo iik h illicit ciuntatlfin fiiim Dr
pciiuancnt American population are OI)i). Is as full of lies as a nut N
hardl) begun. 1 fH" of "1,Ml- " '" l''btful If tbero
I la a single statement of truth or
Politic-ill upcceht-a could not bo n flriKlo tiuthful Inrerenco In tbo
expected from members of the Sen- whole combination of winds. Ills
ate Hint gave a lttniiliuous vote In tuple Is lepios) and what ho was
kiipport of hi eed n problem as Iho presumed to have done In Hawaii,
amendment of Hawaii s land law. Dr. O'Daj during Ills st.i) within
I (ho Terrlloij piovcd himself to bo
rorertiHli of tin1 next Migur cam- a man of a Kill) tongue and icason
nlgn tbioi r' , it the. world nro ot ubl) dcxtcii)us hand In Burger). It
a nature to mho holders of Ha
wall's siih i M'eurltles to believe
that number pood season Is In pros
pect. DeloRate Kuhlo oilRht to bo as
Hired of reeleitlon by nil oer
wlielmliiR Mite A el Ion of Iho I.i R-
Islatiiiu on Ihi land law ltnos tho
opposltlon without an Issue on tliat'i,
I ii all other 'lenltoiles except
Hawaii tlio Cum mom III olllcc
when Taft became chief executive
hao reslfiiicd This mil) BURRCSt
that Ills llrothcr Ulll Is entirely
sattslled with this Territory
Hasten tho day when tho ofllol.it
policy of ccr steamship iompan
dolnR business between Honolulu
and the toist shall bo moro and
better steamships and all of them
with ample pisciiKcr accommoda
tions. President Taft has completed liU
tour of the (oiuttr with a freedom ' themsehes nicnrdliiRly tho moro
fiom unpleasant Incident that speiksl spcedll) will Honolulu enjoy Its full
o1uiiick foi the capabilities of tho mensuro of proipeilt).
men who plauiiid tho tour and tho' Oui people hue the money, they
citizens' alilllt to eindcntlj Riiard lmn Iho fnlRlu. they hao tho pas
theli chief executive I sengers to lanj
. . i . What moic ciu'il ho as'.cd to In-
When Hawaii attempts to coriect spile self lollmte ami a dctornilna
cer) real and ImaRluary oll tindei Hon to so forwaid with tbo means
turn and run fids to tho limit,
all the while neglecting Its public
tihoolH, ou in:i bo certain that
Koineoiio Is beginning nt tho v. rung
end of the reform itlnn line.
liver) communlt) has tho expert
enio of being tlio pattlcular object
of an attack fiom mi evll-mlndcd
person Ho Hawaii Is not tho first
plaro on earth 111 it has boon smirch -
n.l I...I ....I I...H, 1... .. ...... .... ..f (I...
.,, . i,i ituih u) u i'vicui u, iiiu
cillluo O'D iy proves himself.
- " -'
William Kent, who Is worth clth-
1 fcr n nillllon or millions, declares,.. . ttlz..ii of Honolulu iunined no In
that Iho Pacific Coast wants and will ,jle nieotlng of a Chamber of Com
deinand oxcliislon of tho .lapmese I moico or tli MpicIiuiiIh' Association
Ho thus ellsprovci tho oft-repeated r tlv i.cglaluturo and ofTered a les
slatcment that tho labor unions nro lullon calllni; for u niodlllcntloii ot
tho only advocates and kupporters the piotcttlon Riven those Indus
of tho exclusion policy. tiles?
I'lrst nnnouitemcnt of Delegnto
KiiIiIii'h iiosslblu lellrcment fiom
politics and his Iatei consent to at
eept rcnnmlmtlluu was in ido
through the columns of tho Hull o
lli, Willi h Is uiiothcr lemiuder
that wliatovei join piejudlrcs may
bo ou iniiat havo Iho Bulletin
If jou would havo tho nous.
' Contuut laboreis" is tlio term
applied to tho Intel) arilved ltus-
npplleil to tho lately anlved llusslans,
by Iho Oakland Tribune There Is nono
be Ignoinnt as ho wlio uruses to leain
' and glories In his Ignorance 'lliol
niisslan families coming to Hawaii t
(aro no moie contract laboiors tlian
tho Puritans who landed em Ply-
j. mou tli Uoek. Iu fact tholr prospects
Lfor prosperity and ussur.iueo of per -
Csonnl ficcdoni Is about a thousand
pcr cent better tliau that of our an-
L. That Crnno Incident Is suio lo
lllyo long after President Tart s sup
Miorters hollovo it should bo a forgot
'ten and closed nffnii Clilrago's
". himliiPMa lpnitma linin lHftnn.1 nn In.
KjVltntlon to Mr, Ci.iim that he bo
tnoir guest at a eompiimoniar) inn- "'ami )'." pnssHnger in eommoiianons
ner plannod to glvo expression to' ' and from tho Islands,
their contlniiod confldcnro In lilui. hllo tho inalulamleiH aro mak
ThouKh tliov mny not say so In tholi '"B tluli winning light for tho up-
Per Sl Mmilnn 0 ,jlu
Ttr tr, nywhfiein UH I.oo
Pel Year anyvhere n Cuili l.fte
(ertr postpalJ, loleiRn 2.o
fcntrred Ml Ihe rowinfTice M Hopoluiu
as tecon t clan muer
NOVEMBER 9, 190D
lK eipeeinlh pleasant for Mi
Knox mul the I'rc-ident.
JR, O'DAY'S TIRADE.
Dr Ollaj iccentl) onjo)lng
"" iIImi n this clt). Is inil-
eU ""ll Mn lh '."'"."'m "f .
Intenlow Id the Portland Evening
Is tine that tin toolc to himself all
tho ciedlt for certhli)R that was
dono In tho interest of htimaiill)
whllo ho was within tho Tcrrltorj
while he was hue Wli ho left so
toon he did not st Ue.
Ue doubt thnt Dr. OI)i)' pirk
i ? of fabehooiU lull do tho Teirl-
t,,r) ;in, n ncople nn mom perm i-
- nt harm than was done b) wmio
of his iceMes assertions wlillu no
was a resident of Honolulu.
l jHr. ii
STAND BYMR SHIPS.
Hcl) on oui8Clcs, was tho con
stant mcssiRc lomliiR to Hawaii
fiom WashliiRton whin tho Islands
weio 111 st annexed and .irlmn ie
((nests were made to tlio National
(!oeinmcnt for asslslauie.
fulf iillnuo and iiRKresslo ac
tiou Is what will Miho tho Irans
portnllon problem of thebO Islands,
and the Foonor tho people como to a
ie.ill-.Hlon ot tlio fact and Rncrn
we line nt hand for the solution of
cm own problems?
Local capitalists wilt Invest their
. mono In ships, It It be possible to
glvo them nnj icasonible nssuianco
that every once in so often somo
ihlpnmnli stntesman will mil como
lo tho Trout and offer u lesolutlnn
striking a blow- at tho whole bthemo
of pi miction for Amu lean ships.
1 I low man) i.iikiii- plantations
' .. , ,. . i. .. , , ... l,.l . n t,
Kimiii no uxie iiiicii iu ems lumiury
nnd how many pineapple, projects
would sccuro llnanclal barking It
vur iim ,.i .,- ,nm f,..,,,n..nv
Tho question answers Itself,
It must bo oIaIoiis tei our readers
Hint tho mil) way lo forto funds
available foi Investment into steam
ship piojects for tho benefit of this
city nnd these Islands Is (o glvo to
tho pilntlplo nml Iho law- of pin
lection foi American shipping tho
same constant, l())nl support that
wo glvo to tho sugar ludiistr) and
tho plueappla industry. When this
Is dune, tho communlt) Is In a post
Hon to go to tho steamship opcin
tors wllh demands that tho) shall
Imlld according to tlio needs ,or ther
Teirltnr), and piovldo foi tliu ilo-
elopmcnt of Hawaii thiough thu
liniuovenient of llj passenger trans-
A foreo of poweiiful nnd enci-
getlc men nio at vvoik thioughoilt
1 tho mainland to cany thiouch Ilia
Amei lean ,)ilp subsidy hill, 'Ihey
Hawaii has within Its own con
trol tlio best Mihsld) that can ho
fuiulshoil any steamship compaii)
oi Itanspoitatlon Hue
It has fielglit valued nt forty mil
lions of dollais, and It lias n good
minio throughout the mainland tnat
Is causing an lueienso In tho de
College Bills Lots
Aro now behiR Bold nt moderate
p)lros and on easy lerniB.1 1;if jou
Ret n home 'hero ou nro protected
iiRalnst tenements, sharlisi and tut
destiable nelRhbnrs. Let us InUo
Jim out ami show )ou boiuo of our
choicest lols In this tract.
Trent Trust Co.,
Ileal Kslatc. StocKs and bunds, lusuranic.
Bishop Trust Co.,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
043 BETHEL STREET.
general, Hawaii's cltlcns should
maki) u milled and vigoious eh))) I
to dlstllhiilo Hull- ialionie,o In suih
u way that It will bring ubuut tlio
This can bo done.
Ono of tho first necessities for
Mice ess, however, Is that the uttacks
on Iho principle of protection shall
Definite proofs must ho given that
Iho spirit ot milted Hawaii extends
to tho transportation business, and
that wo are nil working together for
a self-reliant and self-supporting Is
land commonwealth, that supplies
Its own markelB and ui riles Its own
pioduelH iu local!) owned ship; sail
ing liuilei tho AuiPiieun Hag,
What better piogiam can bo pro
posed for peaeo or war, good times
or bad? Why not boost for Hawaii,
vvh) not stand for all-round Ameri
canism nnd ccaso knocking;
Blank books of all eorti, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tbe liulletln
v ll.Mns fompun.
REAL ESTATE FOR
A penuine bargain in Rood resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and 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. Kinjr Street, Pawoa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
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 Yojur Business
' ' i;mi ... .
CIDER f AS SHY
The tcrrltoilil authorities nro giv
ing some atte niton -to tho alleged ap
ple cldei llltlt Is being dispensed at
various stands about tho clt).
Several arrests havo been iniulo liy
tlio olllrtrs who havo tho Interest of
lurlt) of foods ami di Ink at stake.
Tho contcntlo'i is raised, however,
that Iho present Investigation should
proceed a bit further. The parlies re
sponsible for the manufnctino of tho
so called cider and other adulterated
and injurious beveingcs linvc thus far
escaped fror.u tin collective Inlluence
of pmo food agitation,
Judgo Andraile passed upon tho
ciscs of two Chinese storo keepers
who weio charged with vending ndul
tcrnted elder, tills morning.
I'mm a tempering of tho sentence, to
existing circumstances, Iho Inferenco
Is gained that tho manufacturers of
tempcranco drinks will lime lo look
cut for Impending trouble.
Sins Kec nnil 1'. K. Hooiir, tho de
fendants In Iho case, wero Rlen Iho
lowest posplblo lino provided by tlio
statutes. Kach was requested lo pay
ten dollars and tho remit remitted tho
cobts. Attorney ChlllliiRworth looked
ftftcr Iho interests of Iho Chlneso nnd
lio declared thnt Iho Arctic Sodi Wat
or company, and not Iho oiiiier of
Iho nlteRcd cider, were! tho parties who
should bo brought ti) book. Tho elder
which caused tho arrest ot Iho Chin
ese came fiom thnt establishment. Tho
ruro food experts were advised to pay
n visit to tho establishment nnd similar
concerns wholo liquid refreshment of
n tempernto nature. Is coucoclcd.
The assessor is determined to get
in the taxes. If vou have any due,
pav before the 16th, or ten per cent,
will be added.
Mrs. 11. M. Allen's beautiful Rasollno
launch arrived on the I.urllnc this
morning, Tho Kulamanii It, as the
craft Is called, Is n perfect specimen
of a boat and nttrnctcil n lot of alien
lion when tho I.urllnc docked.
The Kiiliimanu Is 02 feet overall,
and is titled up In Iho best jiosslblo
Rt.vle. Her main cabin, which Is situ
nted lift, Is very roomy and comfort
i.blo; hunks of Jho Pullman t)po mo
let Into Iho sides and the J' can tie
rlRKed whenever necessary.
Tho ciiRlucrooin Is also n large one
and tho R.isnllno ciiRlno Is ot 100 If. P.
They are capable of scndlnR the Kuli
manii along at tho rnto of IS knots an
Two smaller cabins nro nlso ciy
comforlnhly furnished, and tho bath
loom nnd toilet nro also sltu-itcd amid
ships, nicctrlc lights aro scattered all
over tho vessel, nnd Iho niRlno room
Ie rommclcd with tho IiiIiIro by both
cpeakltig tube nnil tclcRr.iph.
Tho Interior finishing of the Kuln
ninnu is beautiful, nnd Inking her u
together tho launch Is the best ever
seen In Honolulu harbor.
WATER SYSTEM OF
Paris Gasoline Motor Tur
bine Proves Wonder
In Its Line
A complete) nnd er) satlsfaclor)
water s)Ftem has Just been complet
ed for tho Mid-Pacific Institute on
their holdings nt Manoa, adjacent
to College Hills, for supply of the
two schools, their dally and irriga
tion, Iu connection with the pumping
plant which takes water fiom u
stone bound conserve supplied by n
number of pure water springs, Is n
most modern mid economical Inde
pendent water supply s)stem.
Starting nt tho pump nnd run
ning In thrco opposlto directions Is
laid over a half mllo of foul, thri'C,
two nnd n half and two-liuli gal
nnlzid water piping. Dellvcilng
water to n 10,001) gallon tank on a
fiamo ereetcd back of tho Oil Is"
School, high enough lo give water
to tho nltlc; another of the sania
opacity and holght requited nt
tlio llo)s' School, and a 3,000 gnl-
Ion lank n quniter ot n mllo from
tho schools ft their dairy.
On tho way lo the dairy n pro'
luce farm Is lirlgated, as will also
bo bcauttf)lng nnd fruit tiees and
gardening In tho wnko of tho sehouU
line, necessary openings being pio
idol by tlio Installer,
Tho wholo sjslcm was tho plan
ii ml pioduction of Ocoige II, Paris,
who filled thu contiael, exceeding
tho stipulated capacity b) n good
maiglii, all but tho pumping ma
chine having been pin chased In tho
Tho "Paris Gasollno Motor Tur
bine" Is tho most unique, compact
unit evident!) piactlcal small power
I !2?P miiwl
1 1 MfliiiC!-Killf
Price $2.75 to $4 dozen
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEO to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, where Indies,' desirous of sav
ins money, or with property Interests, or funds to
invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening a bnnk account, putting their funds out at inter
est, buying real estate, Btocks or konds, or investing In
any other clnss of secuilty. Under tho LawB of the Tcr-
rltoty a woman can Hold property in her own rlgtt,
The llishop Trust Company feel that they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department tho services or
Mlsg J. T. Maclntyre, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu as the manager for eight years
past of llishop & Company'! Savings llank. Miss Macln
tre will have an omoe In the Ulshop Trust Company's
tlulldlng on Dethel Street, where she will be found dally
from 9 to 12, after tho 1st of January.
All accountB and. transactions strictly confidential.
Wood and Coal. Important !
We only ask a trial order. Wc will then endeavor so to treat you
that we will gain your permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281. . Fort Street, Below Merchant.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furuiture and Piano Movinij.
pumping plant tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n rc
poiler lias ever seen or heard of,
nnd tho commendation without
criticism h) u number of practical
men Tn this lino warrants Mr. Paris
in having iho highest pralso for Ills.
miMhauleal achievement In this in
stance. Tlio Hist ot this t)po nnd sljlo nri
pumping machines was constiucted
by Mr. Pails in Southern Callfnr-
nla, and following Its success his,
Invention and himself find them
selves In ills old Honolulu home,
'1 ills machine Is llftccn horse
power and has a iapael) lo deliver,
til.tioi) gallons pci houi tel mi ele
vation of HO feet. The engine and
pump mo dlii'c't eonneeted on a cast
lion foundation only C feet 8 Inches
long, 2 fe"t wldo nnd 3 feet high.
This is housed Iu n building tho
size of an oidlnai) bath room.
An oxpeit engineer has been en
gaged lo examine tho plan nnd
make nil) ciltlelsm ho may find lit.,
lie will repoit In witting tn the
trustees of tho Institute In a day or
so, and then Mi. Parts will no doubt
bo lieaid ciovviiig and talking more
(Continued from Past 11
25 nnd Uilsbauo on tho icKth; Suva
was reached Km ember 1. Tho steam
er traveled through nioderato sens
from 8uvn to this port. Tho weather
was pronounced Uno with light var
The freight list from Australian
ports Includes a varied lino of pro
ducts. There mo 25 cases Jim, 20
bales Jute, 13 packages whisky, 10
lolls leather, 4 bags grass seed. 70b
bags sulphate ammonia-, 8 enses chro
ni08, 200 cases brandy, 31(1 bigs coal,
500 carcasses mutton, 110 carcasses
lamb, 400 quarters beer, 253 cases gin,
10 rases champagne, -IU0 bags lupins,
C packages hiindiics.
Tho Mnkuia Is scheduled to,snll for
Vancouver at fi o'clock this evening.
The cs8el Is taking on n small cargo
at tho port. About a dozen passengers
will sail by thu Makura for tho main
land. Knit Diaper
yielding, very ab
easily. This gar
ment is so shaped
that it fits the
body snugly at
waist, and is'
large, roomy and
baggy at the seat,
eruptions and in
ally exist. The
fabrio is very soft
and fine, making
this a common
sense diaper. The
squares are used
with these. Siz
es 18, 20, 22 and
Furniture, Floors and
vooworK, iook iiKe
ANYBODY CAN APPLY IT.
Remove all scratche and other
marka of wear and tear and
five new life and lustro to
anything made of wood.
I For New or Old Floors
It Is the best Finish bn the
J Made In 8 colors and Clear to
IlliVli.l MUIM W. WUWIB,
FOR SALE BY
f THE0. H. DAVIE3 & CO.,
LT. - J
Hardware Sept, J
The correot visiting card
should be printed from a cop
per plate and on the finest
let ns show you samples of
our copper plate work our
enpravers are artists t and we
pay "close attention to the ex
ecution of every order.
ii.nrir uat.v i,k .. i
111 II -HIl
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
L.spwliChr,t))e,)cpaluiituiiti,iite)thl'iiilldliiK of llu- muiehatit uuiilno In
Fort and Merchant Stteets,
f v j. i