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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY,. NOV. 15, 1009.
E V "ENING
JA1LY mil 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.
MEMBER. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI.
Wtiluco R. Ittrrlnijton, - - Vidltor
SUBSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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CIBCULAT10N LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
'j-x-, I Editorial Rooms,
1 CJ. Business Office,
No man ever sank under the bur.
den of the day. It is when tomov
low's burden is added to the burden
of today that the weight is more
than a man can bear. Geo. Macdon
aid. When uskod why they hail done
things in Knock Honolulu mill Its
pcuplo they nil wlih one accord be-
jtl! tO lllilkf CXI'UKOS.
Just In-rause j on do not huptieii to
III' OIIC Of lllO le-lllers In llii' town
Wlllrll iH llllllllU flMMUT llollOlllll In
the top or I'i '..- i - ii lllll limit kh li
over the time 01 pull h.irk.
RESPONSIHILITIES COME Willi
with It n , ii
1 uRor crop brluga
Vusuie of rcsponsl
iluiibl tlio managers
(it the Indiistrj
real I io.
This prosperity In tho sugar Indus
try Is pilmarlly due to tliu protcc
Hon given raw sugar by the Nutlonal
cm eminent. The policy of protee
tlon has mom to do with our success
lliuii cither the world' markets, the
export milling of tho cano or tho
application of st-lenrc. Without thin
pioti'ctjou tho Industry could never
have been brought to Its present
ninKiilttiile, and If now removed
diistilal in I n would bo a certainty
It should therefore bo ahvnys
Lome lu mind that tho main pur
pofo of the American piotccllvo tar
iff Is In build up an Industry that
will nut only bo prollluble ltij tho
purely liuanil.tl und uiechaiilcal
Fciisu, but one that shall also estab
lish In this Amnrban iiutpcut n com
munity ns sIiouk In Its American
fltlzcunhlp as It Is In its American
Itlfiht hero Is whore tho responsi
bility of tho oflorntnrs am) managers
cornea In. That which Is cheapest
Is mil nlwu)s tho best. Cunsciiiient
ly It Is uol always best for tho In
dustrial future of this Territory th.it
I hu t licapest labor should bo kccurcil
to do the work of the main Industry.
Uical responsibility lu tho muli
iiRunituit of our piinclpal liulustiy
hits beau and will bo u matter of par
ticularly serious consideration
onions those on whoso slinildeis
tenia the IlliUinua IuhI; of shaplnfi
iiallnnul p llcies. It behoove? Ha
waii's leaders to lal.e nolo ot this
fad and Kiein th iiim'Iwh lu a man-,
nor to (ii-oper.'iie to the best nil-1
MilltUKe. Their i-liould be perfnit
team work fin -.HoiiM'r Amorleaiilsin ,
In lluwnll. I
PROTECTION HAWAII'S BEST
It Is not like' tin historic Hawull and
It rhould in. I be true id Dm new urt'il
greater Hawaii to li round throwiui;
its Inlluencu npiliist tho protoctiun ofj
mi American ludnstiy, cspoelully wf.en'
Iho jack of protection will give signal,
r.ld In the alien competitors of Amerl-,
Wo holleto tho majority of the pen-1
plo of Hawaii IkiIiI iliu hblpplus he
Ittecii this Terrltorj and the mainland
lo be ipilte us much a part of tho do
IlicMIc whenie of piotonloii ns pio
(ccted siiKiir mill protected pineapples
Ktown on the lauds of the Territory.
'Iliu action of Iho leproBcututlvos or
Iho people In the I.8sls!uluro on two
' iljrfercut occasions has uiudo this
A minority still inilnlnlii that the
nlleii . beueficlnry of allon oK-rntors
tliould ho let Into the Held oen when
wo know that cmco the alien Ig given
l ii openlnx tho chances ore must ox
cSlIcnt that tho Amoilcan will bo run
cut of biitlncgp.
Tho aiRiiment that Hawaii would
piollt Kreatly by such u national pol
icy Is Just us Btruntc iib an nrsumeiit
that the peoplo of (hu Tenltor) wofjld
piohabl) make Just double the profits
Iboy aie now cuJolu( from the sucnr
ImliiHlry, It the door wore oppiiol to
Iho lahiirltiK classes of tho Orient
This pa pur holhuos thai, tho attllude
assumed by the Paciflo Mall lu deal
ItiK with this port -In not one that oivj
outfit to expect rroni a Rreat tuins
I'nclllo line, suiiposediy aiming to
. nuiintitlii tho American Hag on (he Pn
rlilc. Hut Iho fact that tlio p.iclflo Mall
nix? - . r v-astf-f-
"''f '""ii ' s
rsitMontn n .no'
Fcf ir, .nvtieieln U.3 l.io
Pet Year anyvlicr h t'tnitU... I.ftu
I'crYear wtpiOd, foicign. ..,,. 2.t
ttttcttil nt I Tie P.itlniTiir At Ituiolaiu
m HttiitI cIrm nntler.
NOVEMBER 15. 1009
HAWAII SCHOOL FCTS.
(A'KllCltdWDHII HOO.MS IN ni:u
ll.AU PHII.K' SCHOOL,
Jl'NB !! H.
li rollincnt or over IS hut under
Ktimllmcut of &u or out hut
under 8B .. ::
Knrollntcnt (it fib or over tun
under CO :l
Ihirolliin-iil of nil or ovi r Inn
under 7" , 21
Diiollnicut of 7 or over 11
Total in I
181 out of 139 loom or 3!i over
crowded. Hue does' Hot pursue il broad, patilotlc
roller us regards iltiwull, nut r.
lT.iPim that Khoiild sway any cnininiiu
Ity to the cipi.tlly unfortiiuute come
of leuilliiR Its suiipoit to an open duor
policy In domestic trnuspoitutlou: n
course that r.miioi fall to huntcii the
day hen the Ainprlcnn ships will !.
(oniplcli''' wljieil out of Iho loi-ai
1 1. ul e, mill our whole rurr.vlni; IhhIiu-kk
be lu the hands of ulleiiH with nlioiu
nur country Is coiupctliis for the nun
tiry of the Pacific.
Let Iho policy of Hie lMclflc .Mull be
In-'what It, may. Hawaii has the means lu
Its own linuilH to ptopeily JuAullo llii
domestic piotcclcd trade or these Is
lands. Instead of nltneklm; the pies
cut policy of protection the people
flioulil net nnlteilly In niaklni: the bent
use or tho Breat freliiht carrylni; p.it
lona'ce the) hae.
That vouhl bo chnracteilsllc of tin
patilotlc Hawaii (hat has already i'or
Itcil Krcatly IhroiiKli Alnerlciui protec
tion and Is wlllliiK (o hear lln shaie
I of the responsibilities.
i i ' i j i i
(lovcrnmcjit authorities mold the
North Pole umtiovorsy. No onn
hlaines the government for slde
stcppln;; a pioposltlou that hhouhl
lest the iiiiiiitf-M of the bravest el
Tills Is a jeir of icoids for the
Teirlimj win ii II co.nes to Rencrnl
prosieill, and the'ieiuul flioulil
nut he sinli'iheil by loiitltiuoiis at
tempts to hrouk down the policy or
protection for domestic shipping
that councils tlict-e Islands with the
N. G. H, NOTES
Order cieatliiK ihaiiKe of stations
for inllsted m-ii or Co. (i, U. S. llni;!
H. (). No. I!2, llc.idipi.iilers. l-'oit l)c
Hussy, II. 'I, ilaleil Noveniher 1.'!, I'.i.i!',
directs the rollowlnt; chair;e of sta
linns fur tneinbers of t'onipauy tl, ill I
Itatl'illon of KtiKlaciTS, U::
(1) 1st Class I'i halo lleuiiclt Mr
cjurts. rroni l.ellchu.i. II. -T., lo It. lie
Huss. II. T.. who upon complctlon'of
his dut will iclurii lo l.ellchu.i II. T.
I'.') C'oipoiill C'liueiice P. Yiiliiu;,
1 1 oil! Wulpnliti. II. T., lo I't. Do Kih:i.
11. T., who upon iiiiiiplellou of Ids
duty, will rcluin to Walpiihu- II. T.
(3) Kerrteant-Paul IloiKer and Cor
poral Kduard' I- Slam, from Kuhtiku,
II. T to R. lie Itussy. II. T.
The above chanK''B ate niiiilo In con
ncctlon wllh the uillltury survey of iho
Island of ():ihn
WHAT SHINGLE DID
It. W. ilhiiulc. pictdilcur, of Iho
Henry Wjitci house Trust Co., did sonic
business whlh he was away although
tho purpiiLo or bis tilp was a Micitloii.
Vo sold ten thousand dollars nl
Hilo Hallway bonds at 05 Slat wlthou
tho stok bonus," said Hhliiclo thU
niniiilnK In speaking or what ho hud
done while on lib tiuv U This l.o'id
sale Is under much better terms than
tho securltlo. have been sold on the
local market nnd Klvos an Idea or the
itatus of tiatispurtutlnti securities In
the mainland center
1S5 editorial rooms 250 bust
nete office. These are the telephone!
numtiurs of th BiolMIn olflce.
JVJf'Tor Pent" cards on sale nt
the rttilletln offlr.
Houses for Rent
LUZ0 ST 2 B. R .$15.00
14C0 EMMA ST 3 B. R 10.00
1318 ANAPUNI ST '. 2 B, R . 20.00
EMMA ST 3 B. R.. 22.00
KAIMUKI 2 B, R . 22.00
810 BERETANIA ST 2 B. R. . 25.00
KAIMUKI 2 B. R. . 25.00
I'AWAA & YOUNG ST 4 B. R.. 25.00
233 VINEYARD ST .'. '. 3 B, R. . 30,00
1227 MATLOCK AVE 2 B. R . 30.00
1111 KIHAU 3 B. R.. 32.50
725 KINAU 3 B. R. , 32.50
BERETANIA ST 3 B. R. . 40.00
1475 THURSTON AVE 4 B. R. . 40.00
BEUETANIA ST 3 B. R . 40.00
12S9 BERETANIA ST 5 B. R. . 40.00
WAIKANE 4 B. R. .$30.00
KERR COTTAGE. WAIKIKI 2 B. R. . 35.00
05S SPENCER ST .2 B. R. . 35.00
KAIMUKI 2 B. R.. 40.00
DIAMOND HEAD 5 B. R. . 60.00
PEARL HARBOR 3 B. R. . 50.00
PACIFIC HEIGHTS 4 B. R. . 40.00
NUUAHU VALLEY 5 B. R .100.00
1C87 BERETANIA ST 5 B. R .100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
WE HAVE for sale a fine home in the
HOUSE has seven rooms (three bed
rooms), nnd 13 in the finest kind of
condition. Large lot, 100x150 ft.
Terms or cash. We also have other
properties in the best lcsidcncc dis
tricts of Honolulu.
Come in nnd let us bhow you.
Bishop Trust Co.,
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO
SELL, LIST IT WITH HS
FvnPffpH trt FnfWcP trif
LAULLILU IU L.IIUU1M IIIU
Pn.nnnmnfmnnr nf "
Pn ii'iratoiy lo his dc'tailuro for the
iiialul.ilid Wedli.'Sd i. (bucrr.or Krear
has lllled all tho uu ancles on th-.
boards null utiuimlsiilous with the ex
icptloii of tho commission uuthni'zod
by resolution of the special hi'sslon of
the l.iKlhlaluio lo pioilo for the -s-lahllKlimeut
of u commission U ii(,
vide for advances to houiesleadeis.
CeferrliiK lo judicial iippnlliuucnti.
Coieinor 1'n-ar u.iclcally ailluilleil
this moruliiK that be bud done his li.nl
lowaid the reappointment of 1'ulleii
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modem improvements, stables, ware
Buildinp; lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Park and Waialac Tracts.
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikikl.
Fort and Merchant Streets
Frequent the Alexander
Young Cafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a. m.
11:30 p. m.
On Sunday moraines the
office is open from 8 to 10.
Siatis Federal Judco Dole, whose
term of olllce expires ou the third d tv
of Noveniher. Iho flnvertior ndmltll
that ho had 'written to Wnphluxloii In
'I mini clhui "with .liulKc'iUolc's nppelut
. incut but did not say what the nature
! of bl lecunimendutloti was.
I The iccoiuniendatlon of itho flovern
' '" '" "'""eotlim with the vacancy on
tbe bench or tho Circuit Court when
Judse iiohinsou-H iirm expirca on
I March inh next. 11 Is bellexed. wilt In-
ionclulo us iar as tint nppnlntnicul
lis eouciiiieil. It Is belleied that lu
I will leeonimcinl the nppoiulminl ol
lloblin-oii nllhoiiali lu- h:u m) far Riven
I no liitlinallon of his Intentions lu that
llalilmoio has u novel plajRroiinu
uiideital.tiiK suppoiled by twenty
wealthy faiullles of th.it dty. The
plan Is to provide a playjtiouud for
the (hllilreu of these families,
.loin mil of IMiicatlon, Ann, l:.'.
ZJUT'"'' or Rem
lo KiillMIn nttirn
C4rda on "le at
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Supreme Court Grants,
of Mandamus I
Dr. John Atchetley Is to hao an
other hearing before tho Lunacy Com
mission, tho Supreme Court hnvlti!;
granted a petition for a writ of man
damus, dlicctliiK that tho roiutulsHlou
Itrnut him 1111011101' examination us lo
Tho petition was filed by Mrs, Maty
Mcherluy and was accompanied by uu
affidavit of Mrs. Atcliciley to the kCii
( rat effect that her husband Is salio.
Tho alienations nro that she has con-
verred with him slnco his Incarcera
tion In Die asylum and that he has dis
played full possession of Ids fiH'ullles.
It does not slntc the nature of his
conveisiillon or whether Atrhcrley has
eh en up bis Ideas as lo tho suncr pipe
BUYS MORE STOCKS
Hawaiian Commercial Are
Selling at Advancing
Han Kranclsco Is again an active bin-,
tier for stocks m the locil niaikit, vi:i
of (ho latest Fines to th Coist n. i.
good nlred block of Huvta'im Cou
tnciclal at .IS.r.ii, tho last p"".l!ia t.:ihj
having bVeii at 3l.it".
Not much activity was manifest 0.1
the slock hoard this morning. The I'.-'.
viik headed with one lnmd.vd Mc
llryde lit 1374. Ten O.-lm vviul at
32,r.U. ruity-llvu llouokaa i-old at ii).3
nnd five Walalua at 118. Th pike or
Wnlalua has d nipped the nmriiut or
(bo dividend paid this nuiiiilr.u
The dlvltlcnd column sbnvs Hint
$118,750 was paid out lu the ct lunula.
Ity this inornltiR fiuni tho pl.uii ithuis
pulug toduy. (leneially speaking la.i
market Is sttong.
His Work Praised In Sixth
Hawaii Is represented for Iho fl'rst
lime In the Sixth Auierlcaii Photo
graphic Salon that Is helm; held this
j ear at Toledo. O.
Dr. Sinclair Is the loVnl man who Is
thus honored and Ihcieby biliigs dis
tinction to tho city of Honolulu. Se
milog a plnco lu tho National Photo
graphic Salon Is lo Iho photographer
what an It. A. Is lo the'pilnler.
Dr. Sinclair's pholograph thai was
(cccptcd by Iho committee Is entitled
"Dawn," mid Is u phologiuph of Dia
mond Head at Kimrlpo taken from tho
tea. Dr. Sinclair has long been an
enthusiast lu amateur photogruphy
and has doiio sonio of Iho most artis
tic vvoik piodiieed locally.
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all taxes not paid before the
The Industrial Editioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at Bul
let I n nine
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEG to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they wHI
open a Ladles' Department 4 In connection with
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive advice as to
opening a bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class nt security, Under the Laws of tho Tcr
rltoiy a womnn can hold properly In, her own right.
The Illshop Trust Cotnpnny feel that they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department tho services of
Miss 3. T. Maclntyro, who la well known In tho business
community ot Honolulu ns tho manager for eight years
past of Illshop & Company's Savings Hank, Miss Mnclli
tyro will have an orfico In tho Illshop Trust Company's
Ilulldlng on licthcl Street, whero sho will bo found dally
from 9 lo 12, after tho 1st of January.
All accounts nnd. transactions' strictly confidential.
MORE LABOR :
Filipinos From Luzon
Eager to Come.
Oeorgo .1. Wagner, who has .been a1
lusldciit ot thu Philippines during the
past four years aud since his depart
mo from Honolulu Is a through pas
icngcr by the Pacific Jlall steamer
Siberia. Wagner has been Identified
with Iho Malum, I.ord & Jlelser vas
Inti rests In tho Philippines during thu
greater portion of his stay over there.
This drill has Jtist about completed
their work on subcontracts which had
to do wHhlhc iiiHtnll.it Ion of a new
'und modem water system for Iho city
or Manila. Tho company took an uc
live part In tho preliminary woik In
tho Mnrhiulna Valley, where tho pura
mountain water for Mnnlln'ls collected
by tho aid of u huge dam nnd rcrsr
voir. The Ileber contracts aie about
completed and Wagner ictiuns to wind
up the huslnct-s,
Mr. Wagner has also heen liihtrn
mental In lecrulttng laboieis from
Northern Luzon Tor thu Hawaiian
I Willi tho completion of n largu
'I'lnoiint of public Improvement on tho
! Island of Luzon and In and about .Ma
nila It Is believed that an additional
Miuicu or plantation labor Is available.
Tlio big sewer system w filch Is now
ready has utilized a hu go number of
The natives from Colin and Hollo
who have been at work on various Ha
waiian plantations for somo iminlhs
past have been sending Haltering lo
ports to tho Philippines. Tho result
has h'H'ti that the work of tho recruit
ing agent near the Philippine capital
has been greally assisted.
Mr. Wagner has been absent from
tho Islands for several months on a
business trip In tho Interests or his
Ho met with imiuy former business
riSfcoelales duilug his brief stay al llo
BLIND PIG PULLED.
A certain house In Kakaaxo near
Ilia Kiiknnko stables, which has
been under suspicion for somo time
as n "blind pig." was raided Saturday
night by Inspector Keniiell and Po
lice Officers Olxon nnd Mlnvllle.
Tho lesult of tho raid turned out
as usual, a goodly quantity ot liquor
and marked money being gnthcied
in nnd will hu held us evidence.
A Hawaiian woman named Nawcla
appealed to be tho person handling
tho liquor. Tho woman was arrest
ed und released on her own rccog
plznnce, us shu bus a year-old baby
to i aie for.
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
fabric is very soft
and fine, making
this a common
sense diaper. The
squares are used
with these. Siz
es 18, 20, 22 and
to $4 dozen
' ' ' .
Office and Pccket.
300 Judd Bide;.. City.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Levy's for Groceries
THIS THANKSGIVING -W1LLJE
Honolulu will not want Tor cholco
delicacies tor tho Thanksgiving din
ner. Judging from Iho grent variety of
choice things In the eating lino now
on display at Henry May & Co.'s gro
cery store on Port street.
May & Co. have provided well for
this scnton and hao ninny now
things to show their customers. This
Is tho ono time of yeur abovo nil oth
ers when tho housewife should niiiko
n personal visit to tho store, Tor sho
will sec now dainties that bIio would
never think or otherwise.
Then there Is tho beautiful display
ot tahlu decorations such as bou bons,
or holiday crackers. Children delight
In theso nnd so do grown-ups. It ndds
no little to Iho Jojousncss of tho
Thanksgiving feast to pull oujho ends
of tho cracker and then lo see what
surprise It contains.
May & Co. nro pleased lo seo visit
ors In the store nt nil (lines und espe
cially from now until Chrlstmus.
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all taxes not paid before the
Bulletin Business Offir Phnnn 91R
P.,lt..n t-'riitnrml Vnnm Phnn IBB.'
Costs but little more than you
used to pay for plated ware,
but it lasts a lifetime,
Our large stock comprises
everything from the smallest
,spoon or fork to large, Punch
bowls and table . services,
Strictly New York prices pre
vail. H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,