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TVaJ I Editorial
The flighty nurnose never is o'ertook
Unlets the deed go with it.
Who wouldn't bo n Slirlncr?
Hooray for Yalc-Hnrvnnl!
"What Honolulu wanU in a floral ual work other than sewing anil ng
parade run by nn nutomnttc s)B-.rlcu',urc-tem.
Twontj-one schools hao equip-
- - I ft II t fun ii.ii .rtllia-.i ti nli
Representative Alfonso ovidontly
disapproves tho work of members of
the Society of Hours.
Put jour tlnio In boosting for n
greater Honolulu nnd let opportunt
t) do tho 'knocking.
Collector I.oob seems to be the
only relic of lloosoveltlsm who Is ac
tually keeping up the strenuous life.
Looks as If there was n strong
arm policy in in bomowhero In the
vicinity of our Secretary of State's
It It will help Honolulu grow as
u united community do It by nil
means. Do what? Anjthlng, every
To keep paco with times tho Shrln-
ers and tho medical societies arc
growing; ever) thing in fact except
the poorhouscs nnd Jails.
i 1 1. i
President Zelayn will need more
than a thousand men If ho coa'nues
to conduct himself so that Taft will
really bavo to go nftcr him.
Perhaps tho Joy of having the big'
gest and fastest battleship In tho'
world ut his command has
Philander C. Knox belligerent.
Think how Honolulu real estate1
has Increased In value since last
jcar. Double It nnd jou will strlko
somewhat below what It will bo next
- - I
While Valo and Harvard arc shout-
log their heads off to urgo their
men on to victory, tho common hen!
uroklsTm8 " n"t
Tho Association hnvlng dcclnred
Itself, tho members nro freo to do as
they pleaso about letting tho bust-
ness go by the door or keeping open
to let 't come In.
Uob Kttzslmmons has como to llro
In Australia, where ho first started, '
and It's a safe wager that oven as
an old man he Is hotter than any
thing In tho Lang variety.
Morgan Is right when ho holds concerns of Orent Hrltaln, Lloyds dr
'that Honolulu noeds greater busl- cllnlng to Issuo such Insurnncu nn tho
ness organizations. It should nlso 'orators, tho machinery or Ktrticturu
have moro of them.and thnt'B whero ot aeroplanes or dirigible balloons.
Morgan's trolley files off tho wire. I A wcl1 known inarlno Insurance
in -I- i i . I company of Diglund Issues a policy
Let us hope that each day brings which appears to bo considerably In
ot least ono moro citizen of Honolulu lvanco of tho tlmo, for It content
to u realization that this city Is to plates protection of tho 11ms and
grow by lenpB and bounds, and It Is property of Innocent persons who may
up to all tho people to help keep tho ho Individually Injured or whoso km.
fpace. f.csslons may bo dnmaged by falling
J$ None knows better than Mr. Taft . ,n vlow of tho many nmnteiirB who
M that wo may mako our navy us nro entering tho field or aviation, tho
J. strong In battleships as wo like, but , rates naturally would, bo Hnpiiosed lo
rw we shall nover have an cfllclont navy ho so high as to bo almost prohibitive.
jL until them Is n strong supporting Consul Dlako declares, however, that
m merchant marine tho rates and tho Indemnity provisions
5 ii hi ii nro surprisingly llbornl. Ho adds that
6 Growth ot prohibition sentiment In It Is generally recognized In Great
jj- up state New York Is Indicated by Britain that nn entirely now and per
J. available roturns from towns which haps profitable field for Insurnnco
AS voted on local option jestertlay. In
nearly all elections no llcenso advn-
cates had a larger following than
Mr, Jimmy Morgan as president
ot the Chamber of Commerco seems
; ...rrZiKh.. ,. 11 ....":
hi. wing, but there are still two or
three organizations quite satisfied
to go ft alono. though they may losa
eomethlng of the pompous dignity ot
u great commercial man's merger.
President Taft's plan Is to have
tha American subsidy steamship lines
employ American seamen; nnd that
may be the reason why trans-Pacific
steamship operators nro lukewarm
on tha subsidy question. It may
also explain tho subsidy nttltudo ot
the attorney for the coastwise sits-
SSKiW d?w rt'fPckv.' ' ij
Per SU Mouliu 0 ,na
Fer Year, tnrwhti.inUS .oo
Pel Yer, enrnhere n Cndi.., I. Bo
PerVe.t ixmruld, loieijn 3.oo
Catered tt the rostoffice At Honolulu
u SMoil-clm matter.
NOVEMBER 20, 1009
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
MANUAL WOIIK IN PUIILIC
Seven thousand five hundred nnd
Bevonty-nvc pupils engaged In mnn
jiiivnv mii vitt 'wii ii j nuint
Homo of tho things made:
Chairs and stools.
Yard and meter sticks.
Insect cases and cages.
Wuter troughs nnd supports.
Seed and cutting boxes.
Foot rules and cubes.
l'lcturc frames and trajs.
(Icncrnl repairing, etc.
I Representative Dawson of Iowa
' " I" the limelight this wlntor,
according to tho Washington Times.
"e believes in putting tho navy
jjards of tho country on a business
J basis and will endeavor to forco
through n few reforms. As we have
navy ynrd building hero ond Mr.
Dawson has been on the, ground to
I ,ook the matter over for himself,
Hawaii wishes him woll.
"Tho advertising columns are lo
nin"y more than tho news columns.
I no housewife In search of a bar
gain is a dally paper reader of tho
advertising pages. To her a ten cent
saving Is of moro Importance Minn
the assassination of n czar or tho
abdication of nn emperor. It is tho
housewife who usually controls tho
purBc strings, that tho advertiser
talks." II. M. Parker's Address to
Greater Dcs Moines Committee,
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FLYING MACHINE INSURANCE.
Insurance for thoso who go up In
fllng machines Is tho latest form of
loIcy Iw,Mshl llt ,iy t.ntcrrgi,1K
,, cnBlmlty lmiranco company.
Maxwell Wako United States consul
"l I)1''ln. Scotland, reports to
,0. m,,rt,m' of "" llor
"mt "j" nratlon In question has
recognized tho need for Insuring
aviators. Tho Innovation Is looked
upon with distrust by other Insurnnco
activity has beon opened by tho In
traduction of the aeroplane.
STEAD'S GREAT STUNT.
Tulk about American newspnpor
enterprise in a great crisis!
'. Jhe "r.ltls ,,nv,e taei nf, ,r
'her 7 ,0 e, American combination
w,f ' ', '0 '' "J"1 e fT
oSnuuU furnished tho
, "u manea for wminm
Stead lo lead tho van and to him Is
all tho honot clue for not only can-
vasslng the opinion of a great many
ot tho earth's present Inhabitants,
He has Invaded the realms of tho
Hre'at He) ond, and presented tho
world with an Interview from tho
late William H. Gladstone on the
subject of tho budget.
This, is a.serloiii ontorprlso or
Houses for Bent
LUZO ST 2 B. R. .$15.00
14G0 EMMA ST 3 B. R. . 16.00
1818 ANAPUNIST 2 B. R.. 20.00
EMMA ST , 3 B. R. . 22.00
KAIMUKI 2 B. R.. 22.00
819 BERETANIA ST 2 B, R. . 25.00
KAIMUKI 2B.R.. 25.00
PAWAA & Y0UNQ ST ,,..4B,R 25.00
283 VINEYARD ST 3 B. R. . 30.00
1227 MATLOCK AVE 2 B. R. . 30.00
1111 KINAU 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
BERETANIA ST 3 B. R. . 40 00
1288 BERETANIA ST '. .5B.lt,. 40.00
WAIKANE 4 B. R. .$30.00
KERR C0TTA0E. WAIKIKI 2 B. R. . 35.00
058 SPENCER ST 2 B. R.. 35.00
KAIMUKI 2 B. R. . 40.00
DIAMOND HEAD 5 B. R. . 50.00
PEARL HARBOR 3 B. R. . 50.00
PACIFIC HEIOHTS 4B.R... 40.00
NUUANU VALLEY 5 B. R .iOO.OO
1087 BERETANIA ST 5 B. R. .100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
BUSINESS IS GOOD
Why not keep up the good work,
and let us handle your Real Estate t
Wc have Rood properties, at right
prices. OUR AIM is to (rive prompt
attention and entire satisfaction to
nil our patrons.
LIST YOUR REALTY WITH US
Stead's. He tukvs his (ommunlca -
lions with the spirits of tho other
world as tho real thing nnd pre -
hcnts them accordingly. As ho
thinks well of what he does and
keeps a straight face, the people nc
cept him at his own valuation.
Concerning tho budget Mr. Glad
stone Is quoted as saying:
"In my opinion tho upper cham
ber will act most advisedly If they ,
reject this financial measuio. I ran
well understand that there will ho Tho time is now pressing for a ills
much In Its provisions to which they Unit, clear Issue. Let my people.
will distinctly object; nevertheless,
It would bo wise policy for them In
pass this measure In agreement with
tho principles embodied in tho bill.
"Tho land proposals have obtained
my support, but tho licensing clnus -
es I nut only partly In svmpathy
with. This section of tho bill should
r.ot bo too rigidly insMcd upon, as
some clauses nro ton crudely con -
ktrurlccl nnd will lend to produco
much friction and confusion in their
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain in good 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, King Street, Pawaa, Matlock
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikiki.
Fnrt and Merchant Streets.
You Can't Have
Better Than the Best
The service at the
Is cqunl to the best to be had
on the mainland.
from 6 to 8 p. m.
On Sunday mornings the
office is open from 8 to 10.
, "Mr. Gladstone confessed that the
old Instincts of n politician were re-
lvhcd within lilin, but ho desired to
' get away from the turmoil. Mr.
Stead Induced him to say:
All my old Instincts for battle,
all thit made me what I was as n
politician, ure against tho domi
nance of the lords."
Gladstone, when pressed, gnc this
battle cry: "Away with that Inert
mass of unicprctentntlo opinion.
let my old warriors nppenl to the
countrj on this deflnlto issue. This
, nr rry which will rally to them
'many of tho fortes, many of tho
units which at tho present moment
.rQ ln (i10 ,n,,ncc. Let tho cry bo
t definite, clear, ptccloo.
"It would not bo ndvlsablo for tho
dissolution of Paillamont lo occur
.Immoellnloly. A roinprnnilo by tho
government Is ndvlsablo, but when
j tho Issuo lias been narrowed, when
tho illo has been enst, the step liiken,
ihen definlfp, rlcnr, united action.
must be taken quickly, nt once." i
"That means," Interposed Mr.
Stead, "down with the House ot
Lords nltogcther7" t
"No," retorted Gladstone, ' "only
with tho Lords as nt present consti
tuted. I nm distinctly In fauir of
n second chamber."
Tho convenb-nt thing about this
Is that Gladstone seems to agree
very well with Stead.
Now that our cousin across tho
water ihas'fhkeii Ihe.prlze In gaining
expert opinion on tho iiftnlrs of hti
own country, It Is to lie hoped ho
will turn It to somo practical valua
for tho gicat, problems that nro
causing Americans to divide In hos
tile ramps. . I
If Gladstone Is floating nronnd In
thin air, It ought to bo cany for him
to tell us, through tho enterprising
Stead, who discovered tho North Polo
and how far Cook went up Mount
Tho validity ot tho roinmltmcut
nnd examination of Dr. John Ate her-,,
icy to me insnno us) mm ns n poison
clangorous to tho community In up
held In unqualified terms by tho Su
premo Omit In n dcclilnn handed
clown this morning. Tho raso nt
Alchrrloy was brought before (ho I
Supreme Court this tlmo em an np-l
peal from nn order of tho Circuit
Court dissolving n writ of cortlornii
which had been Issued In Chairman
l.lndcey of tho Insanity Commission,
commanding him to t-end to tho Cir
cuit .ludgo n certified copy of the
io ceilings had boriio tho niminlK
slim In older lo determine their
"Assuming for the moment." sins
tho opinion, "that tlio commlssloneiH
weio without power lo mlmliilstcr
onlhs or to compel tho uttcndiiiuo ot
wltncKpes. wo Iiiimi already held thai
duo pine est of law does not require I
menu than one trial nnd that that
leeiiilreinent was fully compiled with!
b) the trial bad befoio the mngls-
trale and that tho petitioner, If ho
elected to appeal to the commission-
ers. nmit nteept a hearing such as Is.
pimMeil for by Act 119.
The return slums Hint the poll-1
tloner line! n full and fair tilal be-
fore the lommlxsloncis." conclude'
Hie petition. 'There was mr In -
Milldlt' In the pioceedlngs."
(Continued from Page 1.)
pirado nro the Ainb patiol baiid'iiui.
the Chinese dragon. '
Thlj lilnrntntr Pofnntiitn linden
received a cablegram fjoin 13. C. .
Drown nt Cheyenne, Win., reading:!
"Aloha Nul. Willi ou In spirit U4
clay." Tho cablegram also boro the
name of Hcnatand
The ceremonial session conclude!)
Lt 7 this evening, and nt S::il) ti
Nobles nssomhlo at tho Young fir,
(ho banquet. No tlmo has been fiet
for tho hour of adjournment.
Tho list of candidates Is ns foil
John Henry Piibcoc, Dennis Putt
lick Qulnlan, George Scott Wright!
William N. Petersen, Jiunes Hdger-1
ton Hamilton, Harold Vaughn Pat-
ten, David Aithur McNnmnra, Noi-
nl Ileum Voung. Walter Knlnnil!
Coombs, Hugh Howoll, Giorgn Tiee-
land, Willi, un Lowrln Decoto, Hnrryii
Christian llruns, Krank AuguslusJ
lintdiclnr, Clinrles Itusiel Ki.u'lpr.j
Itajnioml William Jones, Glenn
.Smith Dm roll, Louis Mcln White
house, William II. Ilonnett, John
Marinlllnn, llonjanilnrranlvlln 1)11-1
llngham. Alexander Smart Voung.
Merlo McNngliteii Jnhiihon, Arthur n
llni old Unhurt. I'nink IMwiird
Howes, John Marr Macklnnln, Geo.
Horatio ItlcharcUoii, Arthur Kredcr-
Ick Wall, Simmer Swisher Paxtnn
i;nri Aveiiinin, rrcd P.irshall Itoe
ciiins. Otto Arnn llleilmch, Poiloy
Leonard llorno, James Harris Mac
keiule, Joseph Doroi MarnucH, 1M-
waul Hates Iilanchnid, Chniles Hon,
ficorgo Albert Cool.
Those "Arnold" Goods
Queen of Mexican Actresses
A Letter t the Ptruna Drug Mfg. Ccmpany From tin rcpiihxr Mexican Actren,
Virginia Falregai, It Given lieune.
Mist Virginia iifiregts Heartily
J'.cnuejmlcntn Theatre, Virginia 1'abrogr.i Co., City ul Mexico, Mux.
To Tho Porun I Drug Mfg. Co., Cnluml u, Ohio, IT. 8. A.
(icnucmcninur inedleliip, j'crunn, having been rccnininencled lo inn by
nneiof my frlencN in thlsclly,I want lo let 3 nil know tbo ilriullit rcsulU
It has produced for mo. As you will tmiliTslanil, a jirnfcujiiiinnt life, such tm',
mine, Ma Heavy strain upon cen tho strouot rnitrtllutluti, ami, In addi
tion, my hculih wo. threatiiun by syinploms of .catarrh,
took twn hottlen ot your great rcmctly, Pcrunn, anil Was surprlictl nt
the man chilli rciults. Nat or.lv did mv cnlarrh v,i.i. hi li -
Increase In health anil strength In
icn oeiure. 1 cannot prnioj our remedy too IiIl'IiIv ami hlinll liutuL'rcnt
pleasure In recommending it to nil my
Vours very gratefully,
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piHlU-NA relieves entnrrli, not only
Xliyll lonlo effect upon tho whole
fyslem, but by eradicating tho poUon
of catarrh. No better tonic than Pcrunn
In somo esse nf ehronio catarrh, all
thstisncccled Is to tnqnup the sjstom,
'"" tho "pnollto and iiupror. tb.
TIib following wholesale' clruciclit
' will supply tho.rnlall ti.iie:
,j.u jjawciwu AtiiuAiur
lancets Monday and Friday nichts at
8:30 o'clock. Kilolmna Art Lraumc
under the direction of '
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
iiurmestcr at WALL, NICHOLS CO,
King St. Telephone Store 2Gl!
"ARNOLD" INFANTS' KNIT
Competition has failed to approach
the degree of pcifection so long es
tablished by this band. It is scam
less and has adjustable shoulder
straps. A measure of its fineness is
indicated by the fact that it is made
or. ' machines knitting thiity - six
needles to the inch. Price 40c and
Affiieves of rerun At a Tonic
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my conttlluitoii sin A ns I hie net er
f rloinln In rlpaiiish Amurlea.
Virginia l'abreg.i do Cnrcloim.
cllgestlon, wlicn the vital .lores alone
nruMHllclcnt lmi rcoiiin tliorntnrrb.
Pcruna not only clocnthls, but nriilral
fscs tho catarrhal k!d!i and eleanOH
the system from nlltiiiut. Among ilm
first cfTii'ti iiollcciihlcw ben 1'criiM.i In
liken ni o better appetite, lieltrr diges
tion, bitter 4ctv.
il'.'.NSON, SMITH & CO.,
Costs but little more than yu
uocd to pay for plated ware,
but it lasts n lifetime.
Our largo stock comprises
everything from the smallest
spoon or foik to large. Punch
bowls and table services.
Strictly New Ifork pritcs pre
vail. II F. Wichman
4$ Co.. Ltd.,
J. HOPP & CO.
For home entertainment.
BEHOSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
AND 0THEII PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 HOTEL STREET.
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