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fcutrred at (he tlflW at IIppoIuiu
m ai-rtinl i.is matter
A constant struggle, a ceasiless
lattle to bring success from inhos
pitable surroundings, is the price of
oil great achievements. Morse.
11 would appear Hint Mr. Cal
houn U oiup mote In conttol of thu
government o( San Prune Isco.
Mr. Gompois until ho wns ready I"
go to Jail If he luid to It begins to
look a If he ought to make spee-dy
Lynching will heroine loss popular
when n term In piUon fncus the offi
cer of the luvv who Is not iend. l
Oght In the performance of hU du .
Hono'.itlu s i Mi
will lie ! t mil,
things in vhl
thauk in '
f tiouble tills enr
of nil the many
i it should give
i. hI of great bless
The peoplfl will not be sutlsllod
till they nee iih many capitalist In
Jail for violating Injunctions ns thcie
ale fighting labor lenders, who me
coxier to set ut.
Our City Supervisees could not
Rive better evident p or the educa
tional value of puhllp ofUco Ihun by
lecousldcring their vole and passing
the pure milk ordinance
Let's see ! Hasn't Rovornor 1'icar
.had tonicthliiK up his sleovp of which
ho said nothing to tho pesiplo of Ha
waii eory time be has left for Wash
ington? And Is this l tip to lu an ix
America's ahead attain, by Thun
der (Ireat 111 Main Is now giving
tho people of India almost as much
nt fl.d ..rlvll. irn. tt Bi.lf irr.VfM tltllPtl t
., . .
as Amei Ua envo the Philippines In
loss than ten )eurs after taking pos
llefoip plantation malingers talk
too stninnh on the uwr-eclucnllon ofi
our population. the should make n'f Hawaii vyeie to go to Washington
trip to Hie College of Hawaii nnd bo-, "h 'he menage ' of Hawaii
roinn edmated on what Is being donestand by American lilipltituml wo
to give this Territory and Hs InduS-J'all upon our fellow dtlzens of tho
tries trained mm and women. I mainland to Kiwi the llbei.(l, support
to the Ameilcau nieu liunf marluB
Science Iiiir gained foi Hawaii's thul v. Ill nut on wiUe our piob
great industiy millions of dollars. Ipiih, but lestorc the American Hag
Hating something to stmt with, it : to Its (oiumoudlng position In thu
should be possible to dewito a great commeite u( out gie.it ocean."
anioiint of lime and stud to the up-
building of communities of cltlzent
lllng in ciiuifortahle and permanent
.... , . ,f I
ner u i.tl Ber pureuimiKe 01 no- , ,..,,, . .
... . ' " , ... ingaln culled public attention to the
linlulii a citizens lenllze that this.
municipality win double, Us popula
tion In Ihc jears, mote men will
realize that the must change their
methods If the nip to hold tho
business. Last jeat's methods won't
lit tills ear.
If memory sei.es correctly tho'1"1"" "( ,ml,," en,s- Jl,s,lco wllllu'
Sheriff Is u Demoernt ami Chief of I w,,n recently culebrated his blM.v.
Detectives l.eal Is a Republican
Is to he hoped that tho near
projch of a political campaign
nothlug to do with nn attempt
uiscrcuii a pontic oiucer wuo
done exceptional!) good work.
it has been repoited rrequontly of
late that 1'iesldent Tnft is meeting
with dinieulty In lindluc suitnblo
iicii for the Impoitunt places now nt
his dlsnobitl Of course, all of tho
oicsl stiiiauie uii'o aro pioniaoiy eiu-
Idojed. el If bo has nny special In-
cluccimenis to olfor, the thing for him
to do is to adveitlso.
Two blggei and better passenger
blilpa aro lo lie put ohthe llonolulu
Han I'lanclbco tun this winter, When
i iiouoiuiu iiueiesis, niige auu sinaii,
adopt tho policy of handling their
freight In a manner to piodiue
Bteameis with passenger niiommo
dutlons, l Is n veiy shoit tlmo before
the bigger anil better steamships will
number foui and then six.
How niiich moio Insiilllng It would
B U.L J . ETX.N
NOVEMBER 10. 1009
HAWAII SCHOOL WCTS.
ADDITION VI. Ir.XCIIEHS NEEDED
Kalinhu '. 1
Out nil Primary 1
High Schpol 1
Central Grammar 1
Hoys' Industrial 1
I IC'ipaii 1
llllo Union 2
" Olna 9 Mljcs i,. '....,... t
llllo High 1
I'nla ..." , ."
Kcunui- . i .K.U T 1
I'm t -tin co thousand and two
bundled dollars per ear needed If
. . . ' ...
nhovo teachers hao no higher than
llist-clnss pilii'if) (eitllHates and
no ullnwnuie fdi length of t-crvlco.
I otherwise lai Rer amount needed.
SUPREME COURT CHANGES.
. Tito ilcnth of Justice I'cejthnm of tho
Iflllto.! 4lllnU Co.n.on ....., 1...C
u.i. tvi, ij.,..o ii.r, vine vwilll. lltl
i ;iiiiiuTuiu i-iiuui iu me pcrMiimei
of that nil Important branch of otii-
' government. It would appear that a
geitoral leecmstructlon of tho ionic
must ho u matter of the coiup.u.itlel
All tho meiubeiB of tho court aro
t linn in uiunitny. nas been nn tho bench
, sliico 18'JI and has a number of ji-ar
haai' BorVo heforc ho leaches thu age of
retliement. Justices While, Ilolmos,
hns'""y "'"' J,"0ll nlc "l0 jcmtigsters of
tile biipiemu Com t, although Holmes
! Is slt) four D.i) sixty nml Moody
nr" "lx- vvl"' lll' exception' of Jus
""' iUm' wl1" ' "crlonily and pel-
"' """'any in. tito rout- jouuger
""-'m'10 "lay leasonably bo logaiclud
"" n" on tho bonth for boiuu
as llxtures on tho bonth
'"" """" "eatiu cu tno rcmuining
"""n'B mako It loawmab- ceitaln
,l,n' ''wsldent Tall will Inyo nil op-
portiinltv befoiu long to nil several
vacancies In the highest court ill" ad
dition to that caused by tho death of
Justice I'eckham. llulvlllo v. Puller
the chler Jasllco, Is seventj-sx )eats
old. nnd Itntlce ll.ul.in is but four
moulliH his Jiinloi Justice lliower,
the net 'old iniiu ' on the beii-h, will
Iju Kcvtiitj Urn, his ini blithdii)
The gcisilp out ide Up eoint Is that
Hiewer in llailau have eutoitl Into
u compact in leive ih0 totiit togelln-i
0n' H'"K apiointci as a Denim rut, tie)
'I illllMHWI i lln JiiMWlfMli
14G0 EMMA ST.
1318 ANAPUNI ST
EMMA ST. .
810 BERETANIA ST.
PAWAA & YOUNG ST
283 VINEYARD ST
1237 MATLOCK AVE
1475 THURSTON AVE
BERETANIA ST. . .
1280 BERETANIA ST
WA1KANE 4 B. R. .$30.00
KERR COTTAGE. WAIKIKI 2 B. R. . 35.00
958 SPENCER ST 2 B. R. . 35 00
KAIMUKI 2 B. R.. 40 00
DIAMOND HEAD 5 B. R. . 50.00
PEAPL HARBOR 3B. R..5000
PACIFIC HEIGHTS 4 B. R. . 40.00
KUUANU VALLEY 5 B. R. . 10000
1087 BERETANIA ST 5 B. H. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
Bishop Trust Co.,
See Us First
tlco l'llller should Mop down nt 111
amc llmo J'resblent Tnft would hmo
nn cipiioilunlty to appiltii cm i rumo
cr.it and two He pub Ic ins .n I lltlon
to the bucm'Ssiu of .liMllee 1 o. Cham.
The West and South will prciluhl)
IiiiiiIhIi the new Juntlcea wlieu l'llller.
llail.in and Itrewur letiie Justice
Hut Ijii was iipiioluled fiom Kentuck
and Justice Ilrewer fnim Kiinsaa, The
piestimptlon Is that In choosing aiie
ressors to tlicoe null I'lesldeiit Tafi
will loil: to the Ohio alle for en.'
man and to I lie Mlsslssli pi count rj for
PLANTERS ANDJDIIR COLLEGE.
It Is giallMug to note that tha
picigrum of the sugai planters' meet
ing Includes u call ut tho I'edcrnl
Agiluiltttinl Hxpciliueut Station as
well as the excellent Institution
maintained for tho special work of
the sugar Industry
Tho IVdernl Agricultural Experi
ment Station leprescnts dlversliled
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in Rood resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with nil
modern improvements, stables, ware
Buildinp; lots in Manoa Valley,
Kaimuki Fork and Waialae Tracts,
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, Kiur; Street, Fawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
2 B. R
. . ; . 3 B. R
2 B. R
3 B. R
2 B. R
2 B. R
2 B. R
. 25 00
, 30 00
. 40 00
, 40 00
4 B. R
3 B. R
2 3. R
3 B. R.
3 B. R.
3 B. R.
4 B. R
3 B. R.
You Can't Have
Belter Than the Best
The service at the
Is equal to the best to be had
on the mninland.
from 0 to 8 p. m,
On Sunday mornings the
office is open from 8 to 10.
Industr) that must be oMncrcaslng
luiportauie and should command no
ever-Increasing Interest from tho
And while the sugar men are vis
iting the "Kxperlment Station of thu
I'edeial Cov eminent they might ns
well continue their tour to the Col
lege of Hawaii that must of necessity
In a very short while! betonio a com
manding factor in tho Industrial lifo
of the Tenltoi).
The purpose of this collegn Is to
tut ii out tialned men, and they
should On il a kindly atmosphere
mining the leadeiH of an Industry
that needs Halned men. What oth
ri colleges of i ho Fiiinu charncter
have done for the mainland, Jtlittt col
lege will do foi Hawaii.
The pieseut prosperity of agricul
ture throughout thu I'nltcd States is
laigel) indebted to tho experiment
work of state agricultural colleges.
C'ompnilsons of conditions on farms
today anil u siore of vears ago show
u woudeifiil ovulation In husbandry.
Knrmers no longer regard agrlcul-
Iturnl colleges nn chimerical, hut real
benefactors to alt branches of ngil-
The stntet that are making the
greatest strides In scientific farmlng
nre those that support the slate fnrni
Institutions with liberal appropria
tions. There Is not a branch of hus
bandly Hint Is not better understood
by the farmer today than a scoro or
jenra ago and u piogrosle uvoltt
tlou Is In progrota on the farms or
tho country whldi, represents in
creased production mid ImpioKd fil
Tho statu agricultural colleges
and expel Intent stations nru thu
gient produce! s that arc blazing tho
way to Increased production of farm
products and greater contentment In
ttiral homes. The depreciation or
Iclils per acre which characterized
the farms of Illinois for instance has
been arrested and more bountiful
harvests are gnrncied tliiough the
influence of thu teachings and ex
periment work of thu ngrlcultttiul
college of Illinois.
Illinois is the lending corn belt
state, her vast Ileitis of tho liistllng
coin approximating lu,O00,UU0 acres.
Could thu iolcl bo Inci cased one
IiiibIicI per acre at 70 centH per bush
el It would represent $7,000,000.
When tho flrat appropriation was
made In 1901 for the Investigation
of Illinois crops nnd soils the uvcrngo
Jlcld of corn In tho statu wns 31, a
bushels per aero for the twelvo' pre
ceding j ears, while tho average yield
from lllti:' to 1907 Is 3G.G bushels.
ino iiitiueuio or an annual nppio
pilallon of $:i0,(l00 for soil nnd ciop
lnestlg!i(lon hns achieved this satls-
iiiciory showing, which represents
nn Increase of Cl.fiOO.OOO bushels
rroni the fcanio ncreago nnd tothls n
vnluo of laG.OCO.OtlO ndcled to the
It Is tho duty of this Territory to
make adequatu provisions for the
maintenance and efflcieiicy of Its ng
rlcnltuial Institutions Hint ur open
to nil citizens. The piosperlty nnd
progiess of agrlciiltuiu aie now rec
ognized us Indlssolubly associated
with the statu agrlciiltuial college
and experiment station. Tho leaders
In ngrlrultllie should theiefoic keep
themseles In closest touch with
whnt Is going on In and Is planned
for our local Institutions.
Ill view of Hip statement made that
K. V. Irwin wioto his soured com
mentary on life nnd conditions in
Hawaii while nn eliiploje of the
Hill let I ii, tho following sentence
exposes thu trnlii of fulsehood that
has run along In thu wake of the
original mlsiepiescntatlon of Ha
Savs tho Irwin urtlclo In tho Pa
"I pick up ii cm rent Issue of one
of tho evening papers nml fiom the
cable novvs 1 learn
that an aibltratlon tieaty has
been signed; that It's Peary vs.
Ccsik over the Xorth Pole."
Since Ii w In has not been eniplocd
by the II ii I 1 u t I n since Julio li
mid the 111 st cable news regarding
tho Not tli Polo discovery was receiv
ed In Honolulu Sopt. 1, it Is obvious
Hint tho relet enco to the article ns
having been written "two jcurs ngo"
Is the natural pioduet of the muiidti
clous and vicious chaiacter so well
biought out In the statements made
In tho Pacific .Monthly ami later In
MR. PF0TENHAUER SAYS
SITUATION IS ,G00D
(Continued from Fatze 1.)
clicular of Czaiulkow'-ltlciuda company,
under date of October 29, Is very In
Ii resting. IIiIb clicular savs:
In this connection tho latest sugar
ciop begins to eomo In. Of courso tho
pi ko Is bound to drop ns soon ns
Jri, mwSE&m f L
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 ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest nuiy call or correspond and receive ndvlco as to
opening n bank nccount, putting their funds out nt Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bends, or investing In
any other class of security. Under tho Lnwis, of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold properly In her own rlglt.
The Illshop Trust Company feel that they have been
fortunate In securing for this Department tho services of
Mss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager tor eight years
past of Ulshop ft Company's Savings llank. Miss Macln
tyro will have an oince In tho Ulshop Trust Company's
Untitling on Ilethel Street, where sho will be fouud daily
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January, .
All accounts and. transactions Btrlctly confidential.
Culia's big ciop begins to roach tho
mniket. Hut taking tho Rtatlsttc.il x
eltlon us I bnvu observed II vvu can
look forwaid to a very fair average
price for tho raw sugars."
Tho spot market has been at an ah
rolutp standstill, ns owneis of tho 12,
S00 tons Imimrtcrs' Blocks nru holding
them for prices which refiners refuse
to p.iy. There has been ciiual stagna
tion In business In sugars iifloat, but In
this case tho reason Is luck of ma
On tho othc,r hand, there has been
marked activity In Cuban sugars ol
Ihc new crop, both with refiners here
and operators In lluropo, tho fonnei
billing Deccniber-Jnimary shipment
and thu hitter .liiuti.iry-March,
Our principal relit. ers also made
large purchases of Unilslnuu sugars
hut whether the) will retain the whole
for their New Oi leans tellncry or di
veit some of It heiu Is not )ol known
Keeping out of account the supplies
that may coino from New Orleans, nnd
allowing nothing for su-mrs of new
ciop from Cuba or Poito Hlco, these
being for tho (invent unceitlnn fnclors
as regal cIh date tho cane sii-tars In
sight iib available for meltings at thu
Atlantic Ports betw-ten now and the
end of tho cur cannot ho reckoned nt
over ZSO.nt'U tons, ns agilnst 410,000
tons last eir. If rennets 11111 to melt
the suite Mimnllty of raw-j In the bal
unco of this year rts they melted hi tho
same time last )car and are to carr)
over tny lOO.nitf Ions of working
stocks, ns in 1908, then they need to
chaw ten tint! tons I10111 roino cpi.titcr.
New Orleans will certainly supply pirt
of thin, nml Cubi and Poitu Hlco uuy
start grinding caily enough to make
a cnntrlbi'tiii'i that will enable 1 diners
to tldu over until January with very
depleted stocks. That, weather per
mitting, Cuba will start grinding caily
(s ceitntti, ns It is only by doing so
that she can take off ler bumper crop,
end the hus the fiuthcr Incentive of
high pi Ices for curly sugnrs. On tho
whole, tho chances are that refiners nt
the Atlantic Pints will succeed In get
ling over thu pinch without drawing
Details of Mr. K. O. I.lcht's cstlmato
of tho European beet crop nro as fol
lows. Tho figures of tho last crop nro
given for coiup.ulsoii:
1909-10. 1908 09.
normally 2,150,000 2,080.00fi
Austria 1275,000 1,398,000
I'rnnco 800 000 802,00"
llelgltiui 2ti0,C0t) 258 000
Holland 220,000 214,000
countries 4,705 000
Russia '.1 ISO.Oro
Other Countries .. 485,000
Total Europe ..0,310,000 0,517,000
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
to $4 dozen
Office and Pocket,
A. LURLEIGII & CO.
300 Judd Bldg., City. "
Los Angeles, Cal.
Levy's for Groceries
Tho factories' estimate. Issued tills
week, gives 4 :IS0,000 tons Tor Convcn
Hon Oiulntiiea nnd 5 813,000 tons for
all Europe. It will bo seen that the
forecast for Convention Couutiles Is
325 0(10 tons lower than that of Mr.
I.lcht while for nil Europe It Is 527,otiii
Our pilvuto cables repent that Mr.
I.lcht's estlniato for Convention Conn
tries Is regirdod ns 200,(iOU tons too
European beet mtirkels took u sin
den spurt enily In the week, and have
slnco steadily advanced. Today's f o.
b. quotations, mo: October, lis. lid ,
November, lis. S",d j Jamnry-Maieli.
lis, lli.; May, 12s. Hid.; August 12s,
Tho receipts for tho weok nt the
three Atlantic pints were 3.1,799 ions.
Mtijor llicltmcvcr of Detroit,
Mich,, had a confeicnco on Aug. 2S
with Judgo William Stauko of Phil
adelphia concerning playgrounds.
The Muor Is much Intcrpsted nun
annouitecil. Hint as soon ns II Is pos
sible for him to do m, b0 will woik
to bring nbout a pl.i)giouud asso
ciation Milwaukee Cieo Picss.
The Industrial Editioc of tho
Evning ,Eul,etin. wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B n 1
I I n nfflp
Costs but little more than you
used to pay for plated ware,
but iHasts 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.,
fun If tho'''Gbve7tl6rI6ftiraVrcrrnofyVihiali4luti(iibllc.iH.-. if .Cltkf Jus
Fort and Merchant Streets, ,
bljiit .jl l- . L'..,
a ,;, iSf
wf. Miw,r.MjhAii)Mi)'- i AAjaJti.!.
-' k-Ai ffVia :& jg da. 4 -.