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EA1LY and WEEKLY Published by BULttttK PUBLtSlIINCr CO., ITD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
sEly' every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Taeiday of aaok week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRISI.'
kvaltao R. Rarrlnszton.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANGX.
Pet Month, Miywlitre In IJ.S .78,
Per Quarter, anywlieraln U.S 3.oo
Tcr Vrar, nrtietnU.S H.oo
Fr Vear, xtid, loreieo la.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
,in the Territory of Hawaii. t
nhilrlreu have more need of mod-
'els than of critics, Joubert.
When Pmincno stmts grinding
you nitty put down In jour note book
Hint the sugar campaign hns begun.
Honolulu's only criticism of Hio
McniiiBlilii Wllhelminn is unit if
would prefer a ilupUcnte imincdl
n lei y. N
Itonubllcau leorgnnlzntlon has
been fill gotten except by Ibotsu lay-
lug plans to cjptuijB tho orgnniza
tlon by u new dodge.
Every steamer brings n few nioro
ponplo to Incieaso the Rrowlng pop
ulation totals of Honolulu. Thous
miiU nioic aio on Iho, way. ,
AVIillo tbey nro breaking nutomo-
rlillo speed icconls on tbo malnlaml,
Hluunliilu litildH.a loading position In
ho nice for niiloinobllo buying, uur
Aiutomnbllrs per capita should bo as
Milgh as (ho highest.
Hualncss houses reporting n rec
ord business 'for 'Iho year ought to
pinvo snmo surplus of men and ma
terial to satisfy tho moral obliga-
lon of every business houso lo sup-
lot t tlio FIonil raraclo.
.ja ai i I '
You hear all sorts of stories
nbout tho l'ortola festival, but ev-
ryone lurludes tho stntement that
hey got tho crowd. Host assured
hat It was a complcto success, for
Kan Kianclsco got what It went
Tho Tilbune declares that Hllo
s not asleep. Any town that
leeps t lioto days is dead. That's
why It Is about time for Honolulu
to wake up to tho fact that It put
tho 1 'I urn I parado on the calendar
as nn annual event.
Sir. O'Laughllii says there Is
milling more curtain than tho or
ganization of a new national party
If Aldrlclt and Cannon continue to
domlnnto the Republican organiza
tion. Let us hope the row will not
break looso In Congress until tho
ship subsidy plan 1ms been put
Isn't It somewhat of a comment
ary on tho loyalty' and enthusiasm
of our citizens for a growing and
piogicsslve Honolulu Hint tho l'ro
lnntlon Commltteo has thus fnr
found it Impossible to get a man
who will handle tho I'loinl Parade?
Aro the people of means so surfeited
with their ' prosperity that they
can't see what's the use of doing
anything for Honolulu?
I'acts regarding tho public
Mhools of tho Territory will bo pub
lished fiom time to time In these
columns, nnd wo commend thorn to
tho special intention of cltizons and
taxpayers. Tho iccord of the past
few yen i a shows Hint Hawaii has
let i (.'graded in Kb euro of the public
bchools. This record must be le
vcrsod, If the Teirltory is to bo a
leader In pinctlcal Americanism.
America's reported protest
ngalnst Hio treaty recently drawn
Micngthcnlng Japan's hold In Alan
chin la, will furnish n samplo ot
what Knox nnd Fletcher can do nft-
cr having side-tracked Sir. Crano,
who wns apparently piovlng too big
n (iguro to suit either. It Is Mr.
Knox's Hi st Important move, and
upon tho outcome will largely de
pend the continued piestlgo ot
Amoitca In tho Oilout.
Lay It down us a safe pioposltlon
that tho mci chant who advertises
in the light mediums' regularly, per
sistently, In se.itoi), using good copy
nil Ui 6 while, is bound to succeed
hound to build a mighty tindo. Tho
light mediums nro tho nuvvspapers.
They get, among tho pcoplo day niut
Jilght. Tho whnlo world turns to
tho newspapers for Its nows, Its
personal gossip, Its entertainment
nnd curicut Information of tho do
ings In llnuiicc, trnde, socloty and
In ovory sphere' of human endeavor
uini emersion. The most success
ful business houses today aro sue,'
cessful advertisers. Thoy stand a
towering monument on tho bioad
highway of trade, pointing with si
lent linger to the picnilor position
Iho nowspapor holds in tho realm ot
FfrSIt Monlni.i .... .Bo
Ter Vctr, tnjwheie In U.S I.oo
Ptt Year auynhtre n Canada,,. I.Rov
Par Year iKMtpaU, lomjn.. a.ou
Office - . 25fl
tntertd at the Faatofficc at Honolulu
aa atcond-claaa matter.
.NOVEMBER 10, 1909
HAWAII POOL FACTS.
KNKOLLMKNT 01' HAWAII'S
. SCHOOLS 10 YKAUS.
l'jiio li, no;
1902 , l!l,70ll
mot; in, lira
V 1908 19,474
Incrcnso .... 8,509
Percentage Increase ..77.fi per cent
SITUATION RIDICULOUS. '
.; u -
Tho nppnrcnt result of tho tele
phone siuabblo Is very interesting
for tho tenson that it appeals to
liavn put tho city nnd the taxpayers
of Honolulu In a class by themselves,
So, far as wo know, the City of
Honolulu Is tho only municipality
in the United states that faces the
prospect of paying n corporation for
tho use of Its public streets, or In
other words has to pny a penalty for
using what t owns.
This Is a condition apparently
brought about under the adminis
tration of a relic of what someone
once termed the best government on
r rtli. IVom tho standpoint of good
j.i crnment, tho situation Is abso
lt'tely ridiculous. J,ot It not be for
gotten that In tlvn courso of n com
paratively few years tho results
vlll rlso up and Bmlto tho very forc
es that nro now Jamming the pro
gram' through. When that hap
pens, the public officials will bo
roundly bcorcd by tho large taxpay
ers for not properly protecting the
Interests of the people and taxpay
ers. HIGH PRICES PREVAIL
Can prosperity oven each Itself'.'
Is a query suggested by a paragraph
In the flnnnclal review of Henry
Clews iccelvcd in tho latest mall.
Prices are high and business Is good
from the producers' standpoint, but
they have gone so high that It ds
believed the consumption will be ic-
dticcd nnd tho contemplated benefits
bo not nil that wns anticipated. Sit
gar Is the only exception.
Speaking -of general conditions
the Clews circular says: "In tiade
circles thcro Is ample- confidence,
though bomewhnt less activity In
certain lines. Unreasonable optim
ism Is giving way to more sober
opinion, and business generally Is I
being conducted on moro conserva
tive linen. On nil bides complaints
arc heard concerning tno present
high level of pticcs, not only by
(oimumeis, but also by producers
nnd distributers. It is true tho
great industrial combinations are
enjoying moro prosperity, partly
thiotigh trade activity nnd partly
through their new ability through
organization to scctiro better prolllB.
Labor is fortunately sharing this
activity nnd is well employed. Hut
theso cases nro not univcisnl, and
In increnntllo circles there Is fro
quout complaint of the cost of doing
business and of diminished profits.
Consumers, too, nio complaining,
and 111 many cases high prices inn
checking consumption. This Is es
pecially noticeable In tho cotton In
dustry, whcio the prlco ot the stnplo
has been pushed up so high as in
cmbarrabs manufacturers, while re
tailers fear to Block up at prices
which compel tho consumer lo
Tlio advance In tho prlco ot cot
ton goods Is especially felt by the
pooror clabs of people. Tho chlct
burden of tho high price falls ,on
tlio staples used by -the working
people- least able to stand it. In
the higher priced goods the ad
ditional value is tho result of tho
application ot art or fads to tho
pioduct put on tho market. This
oxponso falls on tho fow to whom
tho price Is'ot Httlo moment..
Purity Convention Elects Officers.
Hurllngton, In., Oct. 21, Tho Amer
ican 1'urlty association convention
elected officers today, Including:
President, D. S. Stcadweli of La Cros
so, Wis,; corresponding secretary,
Miss Julia A, .Monow ot Spokane,
Wash. , , , , ,
College Hills Lois
Ari now being sold at moderate
prices and on easy terms. If you
get a homo hero you are protected
ngalnst tenements, shacks and. w
deferable neighbors, Let us talV
ou out and show you Bomo of our
choicest lota in this tract. . " J
Trent Trust Co.,
Ileal Estate. Stocks and bonds. Insurance.
Bishop Trust Co..
STOCKS AND BONDS.
REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
MONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
943 BETHEL STREET.
.- tin tit i I J
HALAUPAPA'S a '
Despite tho general IniproMlt'ii Hint
poverty reigns to a largo cxtvnt at
Kn la a papa, tho Leper Settlement, Dep
uty Inspector Iloutcello roroits thai
$1200 In postal money order ftmdit was
lecolvcuNfrom .Moloka show In,; tl.o
business transacted through that office
for October. Thls Is n i cir.arkablo
showing considering tho circumstanced
of tho leper population. Of c nirso In
this Is Included eumo funds riutliUit
ed to Undo Sam by Army tiffl-cri and
men stationed over there.
nitlCKWOOD In this city, Nov. 10
1909, Louisa llrouiiBComb" Illicit'
wood, daughter of Mrs. I.oulba
llrlckwood and of tho lutj Capt.
Arthur 1". UrlcUwood; aged ." years,
Kuucrnl tomorrow uftcrnoon nt 3
o'clock from St. Andrew's Cathcdrnl.
REAL ESTATE E.0R
A genuine bargain in (rood resi
dential section, suitable for small
' A story and a halt house with all
modern improvements, stables, ware
Building lots in Manoa Valley,
Kainuki Park and Waialae Tracts,
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Fawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
Fort and Merohant Streets,
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. Theylhab
ltually speak of it as
Open from' 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
In Your Business
,ti un a. jit i i !JJ Si
Thcro Is trouble In store for certain
rcrsons who covet tholr neighbors'
blood of fat nnd sltel; lniultry.
Tho depredntlonu ot what Is be
l!ocd lo bo a veil oiganlzcd band of
chicken thloes has now reached Buch
dimensions Jn Its t.cope that the pollco
department has taken notice- and an
expedition has been sent out on tho
trull pf the purlolners of tho nolila,
Complaints from long-suffering
householders against tho midnight on
slaughts on their hen roosts have been
coming lu with a distressing necueiicy
of lute. Hardly a night passes hut
that homo home Is denuded of Its
Tho tinkers huvo n pretty good Idea
concerning tho Identity of sonio of the
thieves. They will endeavor lo put a
stop to tho iMovJng.
niiuLCTiw Ann v
LOYAL HAWAII GUEST '
IMItor livening Hull ot I n I
mil at piosont lu tho most biiiitliern px-.
ttcmlty of New Zealand, at tlio Ulufr. ,
Tho llluff selves as a pint to iho city
of luveicaiglll. Now Zealand has llo
large, well known cltjes. They nro:
Auckland, tho commercial metropolis
of Now Zealand: Wellington, tbo cap-
Hal; Chilstchurch, tlio most beautiful
city of tho dominion; Duncdlii (Oer
man-Scotch town), nnd Invercarglll. In
tho most southern extremities of Now
Zealand. While I saw many mountain
sceneries In passing through the
Heckles, llrltlsh Columbia and Alaska.
I never s-tw anything like the Alps of
New Zenlnnd Not far from this town
Is tho famous Mllfonl Bound, which
Mark Twain thought was tho finest
passage he Oer went through. It Is
thcro one views tho highest known
waterfall in tho world, tho Southerlnttd
rails, neaily 2000 feet high, I have
been tbtough all New Zealand and
will leao the llluff now for Hobarl,
tho capital city of Tasmania. Krom
Tasmania 1 sail for Adelaide, Mel
bourne, .Sydney and Urlsbanu lu Aus
tralia, and from thcro to Japan via
Now fliilner. As wniltl trotter I Just
commence to enjoy Ufa In nil lis frag
rant varieties. My May nt .Motnrun
tho fashionable Spa of Now Zetland
onu of the thermal wonderu and great
volcanic displays of tho uiitl-oqtutorlnl
lands and Island, wns health to me
end education combined, nnd keen
pleasure In nddltinn. I write a good
deal iibant my world-wnndcrlng, bin
mostly lu Swedish, my mother tongue
It comes easier to me to write In
Swedish, ultlioush I know Kngttsh
well. Dining the ICth nnd 17th cen
turies nil the gieat nnd scrip" minds
of Kurope need Latin, nut tlieb 'he
tongue! InMance, Swedenbois,. l.pln
oza, Oartclus and others. Tl'p Ung
lhh savants ntntuatcd a splendid x-
uiuplo by using their own mother
toiigite. So did Locke, John l'oinyan
nnd Hliukc!o.irc. And mink you, thli
wan at it lime Viluli I.atlnSas contld
'led I'litholle. Uial unheir.al. all
lulo and unconditionally. In thin world
wo llo ciy little after nil Is nb,-o-lule
nnd unconditional. I have seen
tho "protected shark," the famous lls'i
called "I'erous .lack," will) always pil
ots the ships through n paswgo here
called the l'rench pas. This shirk Is
Icgall protected lu Now Zealand, nnd
Is the only shr.rl: on lecord that ever
wns pioUctcil human laws. He
comes swimming very Ichurely nnd
Innocently around tho ships, nnd no
(.no dares to molest him. His llfo Is
considered racicd as tho person of u
king. No one patronizes a ship which
l'clorus Jack hits given up. People
claim Hint tho fish Is bothered very
much bv a Kiibmarlno pestlfcroua In-
sect, nnd 'that ho uses tho pnsrlng
boats ns a weleumo means to rub his
holy carcass against. With greetings
lo Hc.ic'j'ii, T. II., tho city that gave
ma prl tectlon and a homo, tho city to
which 1 will remain loyal becruxo I
am made that way, nnd lu no other, I
remain, Mr. IMItor.
lnvercarglll. New Zealand, Oct. IS, '09.
HILO PROMISES GREAT
NEW J EAR'S SPORTING.
(Continued from Pae 1)
horso which piny bo willing to try
conclusions with the mare, lull ho has
but small hopes that tho offer will be
accqpled. O'ltntirko explains that
whllu ho had given out that he was nut
lor good ot lliii racing game In Hllo, he
does not wish to give tho croakurs the
intlsfuctlnu'nf killing the gamo here,
mid ho Is tlicrcforo ready .with his
In addition to the race between Col
lier and Webber, there will bo several
other good events. Muu.iger Wright of
Iho Volcano Stables Company last
week guvo out tho follow lug addition
al I'WiiiU as definite: .
Mutch harness race, best two lu
three, sweepstakes, between tho .fol
lowing horses: Waldo .1., John I).,
I'ninell, Harry Hurst. Owners lo
llawallnti-lired freo for-nll,
Price $2.75 to $4 (losen
tr iru s- T:... m -. 6
b rie oisiEop irusiLoiiipjiiiy
Efl to announce Hint i?i
open a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, whern ladlo";, desirous of sav
ing money, or with pioperty luterests, or funds to
InvcM may call or correspond and roclvo advlro os lo
opening a brink account, putting their funds out at Sntcr
ost, buying real estato, stocks or bonds, or Inventing lu
any oilier class ot security. Under the Laws of the Tcr- ,
rltory a woman can hold properly In her own rlgt.t.
Tho HUhop Trust Company feci that they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department the sttvlcos of
Miss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known lu tho hujlneM
community of Honolulu as tho manager for eight years
past of lllshop & Company's Savings llatilt. Miss Macln
tyro wilt have an clllco In the lllshnp Tnut Company's
llulldlng on Bethel Street, where sho will he found dally
Horn 9 to 12, after the 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
Wood and Coal.
We only ask n trial onlcr. VTg v. ill then endearor so to treat yon
tlint we will gain your permanent trae'e.
Honolulu Construction & !Drn.ying Co.,
Phone 281. ,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
7ur.-Jture nd Pinnc Hovin;!.
AriangciiKiits will oIfo be maile fur
other spurts, wllh which to fob tn.ite
tho first ilny of th" ear. That theic
wilt bo a baseball game of some kind
Is practically certain, and It Is pmli-
no nnd Hawaii one game, while
thlid was nut ilnlslieil, nnd i few
gimea between two teams vthlch lire
t'Pliircntly to evenly matched, should
bo very Inlcrcullng. ruitherniinc
lllln owes Wnlluku a return for the
great hospitality which wns extended
to the liiiyx trnm this city during thch
stay In that in -n.
Tha't n Maiuihijti race triteht bo sue
ccsbfully ptillPd olf .seems fairly cer
tnln. Jliiuny .'i-iii", a lirothcr of tbu
liianngcr ot the (!az"lti Co.. of Ilnno
lulu, H a Mni.uhiu man and is now
employed at J'jhni. -Ho was enquiring
last ivcc'c what I bo ijiiuees weio Tur
u Marathon, nnd wHl furnish lili Is
land wltltf'at least, one good represcn
t.itlve. It Is also probaOlo tlmt TstiUa
inoto, the Wulnko'i man who won the
championship for this Inland nt the
Fourth of July celebration, may be In
duced to try again, especially slnco
he was defe itcd In Honolulu by Nigel
Jackson, whom he defeated hero. Dal
Ftihy, who wns hero In the Fourth of
July race, but made a onr showing
because hn was not In condition, inlsht
uIfo want to'bhow tho iicople what he
rati do when ho Is In form. Tilhiuu-
WAGNER CLAIMS THAT
TOLLEFSEN WA8 DESTED
III nn altercation which took puree
Letween Hans Tollifhcn ami Clfllx
Wagner, the latter claims that Tollef
ten rnuio out second best In tho en
counter desplle an erroneous leport
that Wagner Jiad suffered a damaged
cptle In the, melo.
Railway Surgccni' President. Chi
eago. Oct. SI. Hr. If. C. Kalrbrothcr ,
of KaBt St. Louis, III., vvns elected
president of (hn American Association
ot Hallway Surgeons lit tho- during
t-osslou of Ku national convention to
day. Knit Biaper
vicldinn, very ab
easily. This gar
ment is so shaped
that it fits the
body snugly at
waist, and is
large, roomy nnd
baggy nt the seat,
eruptions tind in
ally exist. The
fabric is very toft
nnd fine, making
this n common
tense diaper. The
squares are used
with these. Siz
es 18, 20. 22 and
utile Hint nil enort will lionmlo to In- y i' n -.'Zy P
dtiro the Maul team to rome he.e. 2 h'iiitJlP'i'''1 v i
which played the boys of Hllo ot Wid- ? j ,. t,.W l iy"''ti ,s f
luku this full at tin- Huivent Home 2 f, ' L7 W5a w.ikJH'I ?
festival. On that occasion Maul won - ijlrf ' h 'J.'.'Tftffi i
January l3t, 1910, they will
Fort Street, Below Merchant.
'HOUSEHOLD LAC3UUL S
OLD . I
Furniture, Floors and
Woodwork, 'look like
ANYliODY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes all scratches mid other ft
marks of wear nnd tear ami '.t
Iun4 nrttir 1 1 f t airt l Itia.f a-n 4 1 r
anything itiado of wood.
For New or Old Floors g
"g 't IJ tlio best Fiilsh oil tho g
Made, In 8 colors nnd Clear to
match all kinds of woods. c.
! FOR SALE BY
S T1IE0. II. DAVES & CO.,
J Hardware Ecpt.
Tlio correct visitinjr card
should be printed from n cop
per plate aud on the finest
let us show you samples of
our coppor plate work our
cntrrnveis are nrtists. and we
pay close attention to tho es
e,cutiou of every order.
EL F. Wichman
,'4 Co.. Lid.,
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