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BVBNlNQ BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTJ. T. H., THURSDAY. NOV. 11, 1809.
MB11TV ...4 nrcwrv nLu.i..j v
MT At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
IBaily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Taetday of Mok wetk.
MEMBER 07 THE ASSOCIATED PRISI.
IWallnoe R. Farrlngton,
Per Month, an)where la U.S .711
Per Uutrter, nyvhln U.S 3.oo
Tn Vrar, nvolicrclnU.S H.ou
Tet Vtr, Htti, fotclgi 13. uu
CIRCULATION LARGEST 07 ANT NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TV-I J Editorial Rooms, - 185
m. aa i
If there is any person for whom
you feel dislike, that is the person
'of whom you ought never lo speak.
' Protest or no protest against tlio
activity or Japan In Manchuria, nil
the tuitions Involved refuse to be
mine excited oer It.
Now Hint the reorganization ot
thu Ueiuiuilcnii party :s going on In
bach utlltcs, It inn) lie possible to
learn why the dlrott primary law
.was defeated In the last Legislature.
Tho only Improvement the 11 u 1
1 o 1 1 nau suggest for tlio conservn-
Kllnn exercises in tho public schools
Is a meat outpouring ot parents to
r listen to thu chllilien nnd share In
the educational work.
, Another line ot stcamcrx fio'ii
Vnnrouvcr to Australia means mine
piibtcncer ships slopping nt this
,port, ami they ran tarry all tho pns
Kcngeis thej IIKp without suspension
ot tho coastwlso shipping laws.
The classic editorial writer of the
morning paper expresses tho terrible
doubt as to whether this generation
has advanced ocr those days "when
our ancestors wore skins." Orcnt
Heavens! What n remote period
that mutt hnc been. It wns within
the nge ot Mirulcnl science surely,
for they nlso "painted their stom
How maroi.tiiKnr estates would bo
enlarged nnd how much money
"would be Invested In the pineapple
Industry If1 certain people of Hono
lulu wcro constantly ni going for the
Uuxpctalon of protection for these
industries. It ought lo become np-
jniont that the bes: way to get pas
senger ships for Honolulu Is to slop
'attaching the protection pulley.
When tho price Is available there
will bo no luck of men willing to do
. It Is worthy of note thnt the ar
ticle on Hawaii In the Pacific .Month
ly orlguatcd from the same olllco
lis the resolution to suspend tho
coastwlso shipping laws, nnd thcro-
iby lender what aid Hawaii may to
J;tuiiilng tho merchant mnrlno of the
racinc oer to aliens.
Tho local branch of the Women's
jltlyers and Hiubors Congress calls
tlio especial attention of tho public
Mi) tho work to bo dono tomorrow In
V tho city public nnd prlvnto schools.
n I id asks ns many as can to visit tlio
Jt nearest one for tho purpose of en-
icouraglng tho chlldrcu, nnd In turn
,idallzliig more vividly themselves
yivnai conservation may menu to
..these boys and clrls If Us messneo
jMbecomes a working part of their
i;nvc3. ino c million throne hout the
Jwholo territory are busy with tho
iMimo sort of program. It tho na
tional and the local feeling stirred
tuu nut uo iiirneii into purpose nnit
.action, this Territory will not need
'Jnoro than one generation to see the
best flf ltd lirpHf.nt linnnu Ifi.itlyarl
; - . .
HONOLULU'S LATEST 1SHMAEL1TE.
How milch a community should
dignity unjustified attacks mado
upon It by sour-niliidcd persons who
hnvo n sneer and n snarl for nil
that Is hbout them, Is open to ques
tion since mendacious pioplo usually
jigo to such lengths thnt they defeat
wtliclr cijvn cuds.
On top of the galaxy of untruth
credited to Dr. O'Day tonics u more
tiiicful)y prepured, hut In some In-t-(ances
hardly less misleading, nitl
cto In a'l'nclflc Coast magazlno wilt
I911 by ii local newspaiier employe.
Tho nttriosplipie which dinracterlzeH
the latter urtlclo Is proliably 111010
harmful to tho good namo of the
Islnnds jjjthnn tho wreckless mis
statements published as coming from
Dr. O'Duy, beenuso tho wilter has
been given 11 plnco In a magazine
ro good reason oMsts why the
Kuropeun Immlgiatlnn to this Ter-
j rltoj-y under tho auspices of the Tei
irltorlaMloard of luimlgrallou should
1 1 0 cliarncteilzed ns a violation ot
?tho'con1inct labor law. The man
Mylio'rnnkes such n statement provi
Epti'6 -of (two things cither ho Is
!j grossly Ignorant of conditions uud
Itho'terms of tlio contract labor law
nnrtimni t...- - .
PAYABLE IK AD7ABC1.
Ftr Sli Montnt .Bo
Ptf Vat, injrwtwn in U 9. l,(Hi
Pel Year, lurnhne n Ontdi... I. So
PtrY.tr t-ostpatd, fot.ifo a.oo
Entered at the PottofBce at tlorotuln
u leoond-cUM m titer.
NOVEMBER 11. 1909
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
AMOUNTS Sl'KNT ON l'UIILlC
SCHOOLS UXCLUSIVK OF NEW
11UILDIN08 rilOM LOAN FUND
Jan. 1, 189S, to Dec. 31,
Jan. t, Hi 00, to Juno 3D,
July 1, 1901, to June 30,
July 1, 1903, to June 30,
July 1, 1904, (o June 30,
July 1, 190S, to June 30,
July 1, 190C, to June 30,
1907 ." 349.933.14
July 1, 1907, to June 30,
July 1, 190S, to Juno 30,
or he Is Intentionally aiming to mis
represent. In the article written by Mr. Ir
win he contradicts himself absolute
ly by stating that the conrnct labor
law wns violated and In tho next line
showing where there wns nothing
approaching a violation. of the con
tract labor lnw because tho people
to freo to do ns they plcabed.
t.awall did at that time and now Is
r.sststlng Immigration under the
ijstem allowed nnd recognized by
'he Inws of tho United Slates. Then
is and has been no evasion of tho
The personal reference to such
men as tho (lays, Koblusons nn'l
"Spnldlugs" shows n lack of Infor
mation ensllj obtainable or a deW
mlnntlon to mlsrepiesent. Francl
(lay, for Instance, could hnrdly par
tlclpate In the politics of tho Terri
tory and servo as n public officer It
he were nn alien. The "Spaldlngs
probably has reference to Col. Spaid
lag, and tho amount of laud he owns
In fee simple In Tils section of tho
Territory Is comparatively small.
Where tho owncri.hlp of the Dllllng
linniH comes In no ono but Irwi i
seems to be Informed, although th
Illlllnghalns have been associated
wjlli tlm greatest deielopm uit pro
jects of tho Islands. And I lies i arc
fair samplE of tlm ncctuaiv as ip
gards personalities. Then tomes tho
On matters of opinion the writer
for tho Paolllc Moi thly Is entitled to
his, and It does not go for anything
more than a personal grouch In
newspaper olllces of Honolulu. As
(o matters of fact, the only attempt
to Influence opinion by threatening
withdrawal of advertising of which
tho II u 1 1 0 1 1 n has any knowledge,
Is the bombastic effort of n peanut
statesman who has boasted ho can
mnko the Hawaiian legislators do
anything he wants ,and whoso rec
ord for reciprocating what these Is
lands In their prosperity huvo dono
for him Is a good deal llko that ot
the bird that fouls Us own nest. Ho
and Irwin may bo twins.
Speaking of the "control" exercis
ed over local newspapers, It wan
Congressman Murdock somowhat
of a radical himself who said,
after n stay of two weeks in Honolu
lu: "I have not Been a conservative
newspaper slnco l have he'en heio."
Loudon seems boiling with i evo
lution, if we are to take vtho words
of the political leaders In their com
ment on tho fiiKSua Lloyd-George
In his speech on the budget nt lllr
mliigliniu I'llmo Minister Asqulth
declined: ''Amendment by tho
House of Lords Is out of tho ques
tion. Rejection by the Hnuso nf
Lords Is equally out of tho question.
That wny revolution lies."
.IlPplylng n week later to . tho
I'llmo .Minister from tho same plat
foun Mr. Hal four deildcd "thoso
who fill their speeches with consti
tutional antlquarianlsm oirMhe sub
ject of the House ot Lords, or, lr
they bo of n different tempeinmont,
llll their speeches with tho bluster of
tho political bully."
Itcplylng to Mr. Dalfnur at New
castle, Mr. Lloyd-Georgo, tho Chan
cellor of the Uxchequer, plainly
states: "Wc nio going to scud that
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
RE-INVEST . . ,!
CONSULT OUR STOCK AND
t BOND DEPARTMENT: ' "ffii"
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
DO YOU K0NW
We handle Real Estate and
WHAT WE WA"NT
Is your patronage and business ;
TO LIST YOUR PROPERTY
In our Real Estate Department
AND SELL IT
So as to (rive entire satisfaction.
Results is our plan.
Bishop Trust Co.,
f, Mi I
bill up to the House of Lords and
get nil the taxes or none. .-
Tho Lords may decree a revolution,
but tho people will direct It If It Is
begun, nnd Issues will he raited that
nre now little dreamed of, the an
swers to which will bo chnrged with
peril for tho order of things which
the peers repiesent."
There need no longer bo nrty doubt
that In spite of the King's efforts nl
mediation the Liberals aro deter
mined not to tolerate Interference
with tho money bills by the Louis.
Tho 1 ejection of the budget will bo
tho signal for a revolutionary cam
paign against the House of Lords.
John l;. Hednioud, tho lilsh lead
er, has shown that Ihc full power of
tlio Nationalists nnd their organiza
tion will bo used in helping thu Lib
erals to deprive the House of Lords
of the cto power. Their iiiucnd-
luonts to the lilsh Laud Purchase
act aro said to liac Insured tho al
liance of Nationalists and thu Lib
erals. It Is a fight from which tho Lib
erals can no longer shrink If tno
Lords challenge them on tho budget.
REAL. ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in Rood resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modern improvement, stables, ware
Building- lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Waialae Tracts,
Cash or installments.
, Unfurnished houses in College
Hills. King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
Fort and Merchant Streets,
Persons of .
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.
On Sunday mornings the
office is open from 8 to 10.
For four years they havo been
thwarted in their pilnclpnt policies
by a hereditary chamber of Tories.
WAS BLOODY HORROR
( Continued front Pace U
clean through In thrco different
As tho children saw their father
stnbbed they 11111 to their mother,
who wns In tho back part nt the
house, yelling that their uncle was
killing theli father. Tornniiitsu's
wife then enmo oit nnd saw her
husband pinned by Dluznbuio
ngnlnst the shehes and the murder
er wielding his knlfo on his vlctlhi
in n most told-hlooded manner. The
woman inn from behind and held
the murderer's hands. Hut Dlnza
buro was maddened to muider heat
at that time, nnd with a yell "I'll
kill you, too," ho stubbed the worn
nn four times, tho deepest cut he
lifg nbout her light hip.
At this moment Tomlmoto, a bar
ber sent by Dlnziiburo's wife to flnci
out whether her husband had car-
rled put his murderous Intent, come
Iri' nlid rna'db vain attempts to stop
further bloodshed, nnd In doing eo
ho was cut 'on tho right ear.
The murderer then left his lcs
tlm nnd rnu up town, followed by
tho woman In hot pursuit. Al
though bndly hurt and bleeding aha
kept nftfcr Dtnzaburn, calling for
"makal" (police). Miguel Parcsu,
barkeeper In llorba's saloon, henld
tho woman's olls nnd rnn to her
assistance. In tho dnik lio mot To
mlmoto holding on lo his cms, nnd
the only words he could get out of
him was "plllkln below." llolilnd
.Tomlmoto was Dlnzaliuro tunning
for dear life. Miguel caught him
and handed him o,ver to Knlnpa, n
new policeman, but th0 muidercr
struggled nnd got nwny In tho dm It.
Hy this tlmo Miguel had been to
tho candy Btoro and saw Tnramntsu
on tho floor with part of tho Intes
tines lying In n pool of blood. ,MI
gucl ran back again only to llntl
thnt tho murderer had escaped.
Miguel kept on running, and nt
noma's comer, Vineyard stieet. ho
found Dlnznburo running up street.
Miguel caught hlgi and asked him
where ho was going. Tho latter to
piled that ho had cut his brother
and that ho was on his wa,y to sur-
icndcr himself to the authorities.
It looked rather suspicious ns, that
was' not t)io way to the pollco Bta-
tlon, although neeiul olllclnls 1tc
along Hint thoroughfare. Miguel
nabbed him nnd hnnded htm over to
Deputy Sheillt Clement Crowcll.
Dlnznbuio was cut In sclcrnl
places on the head, but his cuts
nro not serious, nnd wore soon sewed
up by Dr. Osniers, nnd ho wns tnken
to Jail that night. Dr. Oyama was
(ho first to reach Tornmntui nnd re
timed him tit onco to Malulanl Hos
pital, where operating facilities aio
handy, ho mtt the Inlcstltv liactt
nnd temporarily covered tho wounds')
up so as to slop Ihc How of blood.
No hacks nor nutomoblles were
within hailing dlstmicc, So a
Btrctcher wns obtained from the
hospital. The man wns on the opc
latlng table In about twenty min
utes after ho was first stabbed. It
was nbout midnight when Torninnt
su icgalned consciousness, nnd u
few statements obtained f 10111 him
by County Attorney I). H, Chnso
nnd -Deputy Sheriff Ciowell. N. K
Olsukii nctod ns Interpreter. Tho
womnn's wounds wcic sewed up by
Dr. Mori at his own hospital nt tho
Alull premises, nnd tho woman will
be nhle to np.ioar in court next
Monday, m a chnrgo of minder
will bo placed against 1). Kuahain.
Ho was arraigned befoio Dlstilct
MnglstraleJ McKay on Monday to
answer to a chnrgo of assault with
intent to kill Mrs. T. Kunhara.
Judgo A. N. Kepolkul has been re
tutned to defend tho prisoner.
Hnrly last Saturday omrnlng aft
cr a night's search, the pollco wcro
Biicteshful In finding tho knlfo with
which thu dastardly deed wan per
petiated. The knlfo Is a regular
flshci mini's knife nnd it Is claimed
that tho man took it with him to
curry out his Intent. Dlnznbtirn on
the other hand claims that Tornmat
su first stiuck him on tho head with
knife nnd so hu grabbed It mid
turned It onto to him. Such I not
tho version of the chlldicu who wit
nessed tho while affair.
Tlramatsu succumbed to his
wounds nt 11 o'clock Inst Sunday
morning nnd was burled at tho Will-
luktt sandhills Monday morning Tho
four children 111 c being tnken care
of by another brother MntButnro,
also n tinsmith, nnd the ono fiom
whom tho murderer learned his
Dlnznburo wns tho eldest of thrco
Mothers and was nbout 3S enrs ot
nge. Tho muidcicd man was nbout
flu years. Matsutaio Is tho oungJ
est of tho hrothcis. Three or four
years ago, tho three brothois lived
happily together In (ho place now
occupied b) Dlnznbuio us u tinsmith
Mill-Opening Pr.rty Kc'.urrs. St.
Johns, Nv P. Lord and Lady North
cllffo, Prcililer Sir Hubert Morris, Qov,
Sir Ralph Williams, lilshop Llewellyn
Jones nnd other members ot tho offl
clal party which attended tho opening
of (ho great Hannsv.-orth mills nt
Grand l'allr. hnvo retained here.
for Infants and Children.'
. Don't Poison Baby-
rjQlXTY YRAItS AGO almost every mother thought her chlM must have!
nrv(;nrlc or laudanuni to niako It sleep. Theso drugs will produces slcop,
nndnfevv dropi too many ydll produce tho sleep from ivtilcli (hero In
no wnltlng. Many aro tho children who havo been killed or whoso health lini
been ruined forlito by paregoric, laudanum nnd morphine, each ot nhlch Is a
narcotic product ot opium.' Druggists nro prohibited from selling cither of tlio
narcotics named (o children nt all, or to nnjbody, without labeling them
"poiion." Tho definition of "narcotlo" is: " A malMno tchtch relieves la'.
and produces sleep, but u-hlch in jfiofnonou a doses prwlucct sftijior, coma, convul
sions an.it ttcath." Tho taste nnd smell of medicines containing opium aro dis
guised, nnd sold under tlja names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing SyrupV'
etc You should not permit any mcdiclno to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It Is composed. Ciutorlu luv list ton.
lis " t urc of
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
MI hT6 frrfloentJr trcsf riU4 Cfttloria for com
mon allmenti of children with good rcptilts.
Y, A. CiuibAix, M. D ,
HAi tho father of tlttccn cbtMrcn I crrlalnly
know romethloc atiout joor great latJIviiioanJ,
AiMe from tnf own famll ejjK-rlcncf, I h aro, In
ny ycarB of jrnctlcrt found Castoria a pojmbr and
cfflclcat rcmcJjr In alsioat ere home
Wk. J. UcCitAft.1, M. J.,
Omahr X b.
Children Cry for . FiotcherFis Caetoria.
4 In Use For Over 30 Years.' "
TMt eiMtivit eoMssit, tt uvmnht trnttt, iw vhk .nr.
The Bishop Trost Company,
CO to announce tint
open n Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust buslnca, where ladles, desirous ot sav
ing money, or with property interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond nnd receive ndvlco as to
opening n haul: account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stoclai or bonds, or Iinectlng In
any other clubs of security. Uudar tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can Hold property It) her own ilgl.t.
The IlUhop Trust Company feel that they havo bcon
fortunate In securing for this Ucpaitment tho services of
Mlira J. T. Muclntyro, who Is well known In tho business
community ot Honolulu as tho manager -for eight years
pait cf HUlmp & Company's Savings Hani;. MIsj Mncln
tyre will havo on o.Xce In tho lilshop Trutt Comjiany's
'llulldlug nn Ilcthol Street, whero she will bo found dally
from !) to 12, after tho 1st ot January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
Wood and Goal. Important !
Wc only ask tx trial order. Wc will then cnileavcr so to treat you
that wc will gain yortr permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction Sr Braying Cot,
Phone 281. Fort Street, Selow Merchant.
Mont Roue Wine
Is the connoisseur's choice of California wines. Tho wine is ' n '
product of Livermore Valley and i3 always aged in wood before lot
tlinp;. This wir.o has been served by the Palace Hotel for many years. .
Sole Agents Hawaii
W. C. PEACOCK . & CO.,
185 editorial rodms 35C bust,
ness office. Theso are the telcphont
numbers of the Bulletin office.
OTCT- BULLETIN AD3 PAY -T(RJ
vieldine, very ab
easily. Tlti3 par
ment is so shaped
that it fits tho
body snuRly nt
waist, and is
large, roomy and
baggy at the seat,
eruptions and in
ally exist. Ths
fabric is VC17 soft
and fine, making
this n common
sense diaper. The
squares arc used
with these. Eiz
cs 18,, P.0, 32 and
to $4 dozen
7Vy- ZAPsiT HMriiteeBcniilnb
l-uzS?!ffeacU4 Ono tori n
"I flnj joarjCwtorta la Ttry bncflcll In tho
trcattacnt of cilldrin'i illwcnl
r. Hath, i. d ,
I object to what aro collet pVent wdlclnc.
Vfhctc maL.it alono known ivhat tu2 H Jul in ihcti,
li.t I Know the formula of yoat C i&tnrla and adlf)
ItiupoltiitmiK-rctriB. IJtUceltli tott ur uo
f ul, 3 will 04 tarrakes f jrilly tncUlclnt.'
K. II. bucn, M. I) ,
on January let, 1910, they will
88 Merchant St,
Costs but .little moic than you
used to nay fcrplated wan;,
but it lasts a lifetime.
Our lart;e stock comprises
cvcivtliint; from tho smallest
3poon or fork to larpe. Tvi'iiclu
bowh and table services.
Strictly Hew 'io"n price? pie
vail. ii F. Wichman
& "Co.? Ltd.,
" Leadinrt Jewelers,
J U -k
f i-ifiJ "
' ,-wy. .