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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., MONDAY, NOV. 22, l!iO!
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NOVEMBER 22, 1909
Hollow trees are always the stiff-
. est, but the mightiest oak, if sound,'
can bend. The more exalted a man
is by station, the more powerful
should he be by kindness. There is :
no policy like politeness, since a
. Rood manner often succeeds where
1: ' the best tongue has failed. Polite
I p.ess is most useful to inspire confi.
fcS dence in the timid and encourage the
v deserving. E. L. Magoon.
Tho problem beforo tlio airship
operators now Is not how to rise nnd
fly, but how to come down grnco-fully.
When you can get ns good a the
beat In tho home grown products,
ou nro supposed to pationlro homo
A c.innsn of tlm candidates who lellf
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
HUNTING di:i'ahtmi:nts in
.Seven schools lmc outfits mid nro
doing tegular printing;
I'arllal oulput or school press:
Two thousand Mjvon hundred Top
ics Hawaii's Young l'eoplo each
Index to Hawaii's Young l'cople.
Course of Study.
Domestic Science Manual.
Supplemental Itepoits of Depart-
A 5 room house: 1
bed room; electric
lights; modern im-
Lots $250 each.
Lots $7C0 up.
lots $500 and $G00.
Xalihi 2B.R $15.00
1818 Anapuni 2B.R.. 20.00
Saimuki 2B.R.. 22.00
819 Berctania 2 B. R. . 25.00
Kaimuki ..: 2B.R.. 25.00
Pawaa 4 B. R. . 25.00
283 Vineyard St ...3B.R.. 30.00
1227 Matlock Ave...2B.R.. 30.00
1111 Kinnu St 3B.R...32.50
"25 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Berctania St 3B.R . 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B. R.. 40.00
Berctania St 3B.R.. 40.00
1280 Berctania St...5B.-R.. 40.00
Waikiki 2B.R.. 35.00
Waikiki 5B.R.. 50.00
Aiea 3B.R. . 50.00
Pacific Heights 4B.R,. 40.00
1087 Berctania St .. 5 B.R.. 100.00
Nuuanu SB. R. . 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. ST OCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
BUSINESS IS GOOD
trotted or ih hot sands last Sat
urday show 'iji a number who ex
hibit unmistakable signs of spook-uliczourum.
If some uf the mllllon devoted to
the hook worm and the book worm
could be applied to the extermina
tion of our cut worm how happy Ha
uuil should be. I
lltto High School rrospcctiiB.
County Government Llteratuie.
l'lrigratns of Hxcrelses.
Stories anil Songs.
Lesson outlines, schedules, otc
"There's a new pnmp mil," snjs
the Vncily Democrat, "rolled 'llckln
the, editor.' You tnko nn ordinary
sheet of writing paper, on which iiu
Admiral Sperry'H I'aeiric fleet lias pen a few lines suitable for tho or
been discovered by the morning pa- uislou. Next )ou fold It carefully,
per that sometimes adds to the Inclosing In the fold u banknote suf
ficiently large to pay arrearages unci
a jcar In advance, nud hand It to
the editor, Keep nn eye on him, unit
if n smllo adorns Ills face the trick
works line. 11 can ulho bo played
gacty of the bchsou by trlng to
criticise, tho Interpretation of ncwsi
. . Keen jourMiilnd iiiid your money
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'uu iiuiue iiicsiiiiuiiis. mgui nere ni "j mini
home Is where the Milld growth will
take placo that some other less for
tunate communities might Interpret
n. a boom.
Since Yale won
now know that
sometimes dlsphi)ed by cx-Oovcrnor
Carter arc tho result of n university
education, because of tho pcrcoiltngs
of goals scored.
MR, BOCKUS RETIRES.
Chas. (1. Ilockus, for ten years a
valued member of the staff of tho
by kicking, wo
tho propensities l. v q n i n g I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n , will retire
n inn tnc position of business man
ager In tho near future, In order that
ho may glvo his undivided attention
to business projects in other lines
than newspaper work with which ho
On the declaration of tho Sheriff, has been decupled for some time, and
Detective Leal has liccn suspended nunc particularly during tho last
with nothing more serious presented, thiee months.
up to date, than rumors. Would It The Bulletin bespeaks for Mr.
not bo better to eliminate tho poll- llorkus tho s.imo smcess In his pcr-
tics of this situation and get down t-oual enlcrpilses that bo has enjoyed
to hard fuels in his connection with this paper,
, through which ho has nindo a placo
Standard Oil Is up against notice for himself In tho community that Is
uuthority of tho most dangerous ciedllablo to himself and gratifying
character when a court declib's
uuiiulmuusly that it should bo -put
out of business on account of tho vio
lations of the law to bo placed to Its
to tlioso with whom ho has been n
fcocliilcil In the business administra
tion of this paper. Ho is n man
who will make good in any lino ut
There will bo no changes In tho
stntT of tho II u I 1 c 1 1 u resulting
fiom Mr. Ilockus' retticment beyond
hip assumption hy Mr. Knirlngton
Why not keep up the good work,
and let us handle your Real Estate ?
Wc have good properties, at right
prices. OUR AIM is to give prompt
attention 'and entire satisfaction to
all our patrons.
Bishop Trust Co.,
LIST YOUR REALTY WITH US
You Can't Have
Better Than the Best
The service at the
Is equal to the best to "be had
on the mainland.
This morning the Hawaiian Sugar
Chemists' Association met In tho
SAILS FOR JAPAN
Planters' Association rooms, and a! .,,.,., , . ,, .,
rcpiosentatlvo body of men was in at- . ., ' h b"! ? ' , , ' , VE
r - t..,,i kJiiMttiiav, m uu .ooi.....v.. "- ..
Channel whnrf early this morning,
Tho proceedings opened Willi n pa
per which was read by flocl Dccrr. At
noon tho meeting adjourned till 1:30
At tho afternoon session the follow
ing officers were elected for tho ensu
ing year: .l'rdsldent, C. C. James;
vlco president, V, B. Greenfield; sec
retary and treasurer, n. 8. Morris; ex
ecutive committee, 8. 8. Peck, K, T,
WcBtlcy, r'ocl Deorr and II. Johnson.
1'. 13. Orccnflold, head chemist at
IJwn Mill, read n paper on "I'rocr
Orado of Sugar to Manufacture." Tho
paper was listened to with great at
tention and nt lis clonon general dis
cussion took place.
City Chemist Duncan also read n,
tho cruiser Idzumo, Captain Take
shltn of Ills Imperial Majesty's Navy
left for Yokosuka Navnl Station,
Japan, nt 7 o'clock. '
Tho departuro of the wnrBhlp was
enthusiastic owing to tho assembly
of Japanese sampans, which woro
beautifully decorated with the Jap
anese flflgs, and tho colors of the
snmpnu fleet quartered hero In Ho
nolulu. When tho Idzumo had perfected
her position, preparatory to going
out to the deep sen. Captain Take
shltn, standing on tho bridge, rc-on-
' forced by his lojal men, gave thrco
cheers nnd lianr.aU for tho Hawaii
nnncr on "Moisture Determination ,,,vinpancso. incso wcro rcsponacu i
Pood Products." Then Dr. II. 8 Nor. "y the Bhorc people.
from, 6 to 8 p. m.
On Sunday mornings the
office is open from 8 to 10.
On tho other iinnu. tin imnisu- u , a ,)rv(.K0 nn, ,, iulor to
inent it is now sought In lsll "ot wlcl .ety Alnl,rl.u1 onlcaI ,,
only on this line, but evciy other wc, nR M(,rJ. Anu.rt.n citizen Is en
American Jlne, will fall finally on tho litl(.'( ,1I1(lcr lll0 rBilU UI1(1 nrlvlleg
peoolo of tho Territory, for tho rca- ,1,.r,,iP1i i,im mnler tlm eonstl-
Kin that with u break mado in tho , ,lf . . stntcs
policy of iirotcctlon to American Sll . ,.,. ,..,. . rflrorl,.i.
shipping, the next Matson liner will,,. ,)rcfcrs .lo.immilu with tho forces
probably bo n freighter wiin no p.is- .,., ,.,.. ...ri .... ,,.nii,.
tengcr iiccomniodatlons, and n")PnnB ti,0 American mcrclmnt nm-
iluo and paillciilarly using tho sluiro
If It khould bo proved true that
foreign ships will build up business
for American vessels, tho Hullo-
tln will respond in tho Illustrious president of tho company, of wider
words of tho famous Cungicssmnn
ftoni St. I,ouls, "I'm n Bon-of-a-gun,
I hope to."
other American steamship men
Will tllllll; OI operating passeilBl-i ,., 111IWIlpl.ll. nrcrnlliP l thnn l
ships to this port. That means .pl.ic ( ii1(1h , their pcoplo fiom pro
Ing nil tho pnssengcr tutlllc between , tfctKl mf.ar f()1. , fur,hcr ,,
tbeso Islands nnd tho 'ports of tho p,n,.(. p, lmt,i of American
maiiiianii in ino iiiiiuih, uuu um lcl l)f ,mwKnr hll,anlH,,lg i,0.
people in uic mercy in '""' tween this poll and Ilio Paclllc Coast
Inslcnd of having Its local Ameri
can boats, Honolulu will depend al
most cntliely on tho through steam
ers which, whether they bo Ameri
can tir foreign, will nlwnyH give pref
erence to tho through passengers.
If Mr. lUlllngcr and Mr. Tuft niter
him wishes the dlsliuilion of Inning
iikslslcd in removing what remain?
of Amcilcan shipping on tho Pacllc,
Saturday rent estate sales showed
that a number ot our business men
nro keen enough to know good bar
gains when they seo them. Not
many months hence tho crowd will
bo fallowing along woudcilng why
they did not June the, same toull
denco In Honolulu's assured future.
Judging trnm tho comment In tho
mnlnland papers. It will tuko many
days for local medical or health au
thorities to wlpo out tho reranl that
suggests itself In tho occasion for
tho rolenso of many Inmates of tho
lepor settlement. If thcio is a euro
It Is wondorful; If thoro woro mis
takes it Is terrible.
Secretary llalllngor In accepting
and repeating with his appioval the
(iovemor's iccommomlatlon that tho
constwlso shipping laws in their ap
plication to pasbenger travel between
Hawaii and tho Pacific Coast bo bus
Jiended, lias mcroly duplicated 'what
Mr. lloo.sovclt, when President of
tho United Stales, did In ono of his
annual messages (o Congress.
Tho II u 1 1 o t 1 n can oiily repeat
to Mr. Ilalllnger what It has' bald to
tho Governor of tho Territory", that
If ho wants to tuin tho shipping ot
tho Pacific, over to Japan and wlpo
out what vcstlgo ot American ships
now remains on tho Pacific Ocean,
tho suspension of tho coastwlt-o ship
ping law Is tho most direct moans
lor doing It. And tho recommenda
tion ho has made Is the first move lu
This paper Is informed by what
should bo reliable authority that It
tho Matson Navigation Company hail
placed nn ordor for a second new
htcamer when tho proposal was mado
Heprcscntntivo Affonso gets n some weeks ago, this suspension
splash fiom tho samo old mud tank J would no,' hae been Included in tho
In fulfillment of tho promise that It Governor's icport and It would not
ho stood by tho Amer!canmerchant'lmvo received tho endorsement of tho
marlno ho would he attacked by the Secretary of tho Interior.,
promoter of tho resolution lntroduc- This appeals to show Bhoit-slglit-cd
In tho Houso. Possibly Affonbojcduchs on tho pail of the Matson
will soon bo labeled ob ono of thoso Hno, acting or refusing to act from
sugar barons that tho Pacific Mouth-In purely selllsh sliindpoiut when
ll5FirT)iP,oliitp nowspnper pollcfes. 'old what would happen.
If someone, wanted In ho leal misty
they would suggest that ir It wcro
truo Mr. Ilalllnger had turned over
great wutcr resources to tho powor
trust, It could also bo stated that ho
contemplates, without realizing It,
turning over tho command of tho
merchant marlno In tho Pacific to
other tuitions than tho United States
details of tho management, nnd tho
promotion of tiustcd members or tho
ktuff In tho vailous departments.
BALUNGER AND OUR SHIPS.
CASTOR I A
.Tor Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars tho Sjj? SSj-4?
SiK-iaturo Pf CXJfTS&S&i
ris spoko on tho matter nnd showed n
good grnp of his subject.
Noel Deerr delivered a dlscnurso
on tho "Hcsult of tho Factories. Work
for tho Year 1903." Tills address am
ply covered tho results achieved at tho
different mills and was most Instruc
tive. This evening tho chemists will have
nn Impromptu banquet at the Seaside
hotel, and a Jolly tlmo Is anticipated
by the iticn who control tho ininufac
tuio at (ho mills of these. Islands.
AUTO STOPS HORSE
Yesterday afternoon ns nn nutomo
hllo party was returning nlong Knla
knim iiveuuu toward town, they wcro
oeitnken by a riuiuway horso which
had gotten rid of its vehicle some-where.
The chniiffeur, on seeing tho horso
dash past, nt onco quickened tho puco
of his machine, nud lu u short tlmo had
got close to tho maddened animal. One
of Hie passengers lu tho car stretched
out his arm nud grubbed tho lines,
which were (railing behind tho horse.
The, act was n plucky and clever one.
and tlie hoi so was soon brought to n
Eliiudsllll. Tho iiiilomolillo then pro
ceeded lo Diamond Head, lending tho
horso behind and on arrival nt n spot
rotiio miles fiom town, found tho brok
en rig in the middle of tho road. The
driver had left tho rig In charge of n
Japanese, and had gone on tho hunt
for his horso beforo tho automobile
party brought the animal hack. No
onn was Inlnied and the incitement
soon calmed down. Tho harness was
In oken a lot hut tho buggy escaped
Tho Italian cruiser Calabria nlso
signaled tho Idzumo good-bye. Oth
er steamers and vessels In the har
bor also responded to tho signals ol
the Idzumo, as alio steamed out to
The officers of the Idzumo, during
their short stay here, have been the
guests of Consul General Yycno, Mr.
Toklcda and the local Japanese merchants.
FORT SHATTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Our leader for this week is a prop
erty on Nuuanu St., near corner of
Berctania. 'Price and terms arc
For one week we will offer 10,000
sq. ft. with story nnd half house at
Kaimuki. Two blocks from car line
on gigh ground. Corner lot Well im
proved with plants and trees,
$2,800 buys it, and it is sure to sell
nt this figure,
We have among our "For Sales" a
few choice bargains in both business
nnd residence property.
A sweet tooth Is said to havo result
ed In bringing ono Ahkana Into serious
trouble. Ho is alleged to have made
off with about fifty pounds of sugar
from tho store; house of n neighboring
Hawaiian. Tho IChlncso was ar
raigned upon a larceny charge at po
lice court this morning. Ho pleaded
not gullly and will be tiled tomorrow.
AllOUT KIVK IIUN'URRD tons of
coal Is coming out of tho Ilrltlsh
ficlghtci- Kllchnttan each day. That
vessel arrived hero on November 17
with 1144 tons ot coal from Newport
news. Tho Kllchnttan should finish
discharging nud bo ready for sailing
by tho last of tho week. .
TUB OKtt.MAN ship Alexander Is
cnberg, which has nirlvcd from Ham
burg with a large general cargo 'of
Kuropean merchandise, was shifted
fiom tho Hackfeld to thu Oceanic
whnrf this morning. Tho vesse) will
remain thorn for several days owing
to tho shoitngo of space now nvnll
iiblo at tho Hackfeld wharf.
Hnlh nro well-known offenders
iind hnvo served various terms of
Imprisonment. Knpao has been re
leased from Iwolel only a few wcoks
prior In his becoming entangled with
tho legal machinery of tho govern
ment. Fred Church, well known lu Hono
lulu, has accopted a position nt Pnhoa,
Hawaii, and lias already taken up his
Officers placed Kalnamano nud Kn-
pao under arrest this afternoon upon
a charge of larceny In tho second
Fnrt arid Merchant Streets.
Tho companies of tho 2d llattnllon
of tho 20th Infantry are making
dally use of tho library. Many now
books arc being added , nlso many
Improvements in tho amusement
looms. Company H Is soon to havo
n new pool table. This will be a
treat for tho boys of Company II, ns
tho table now In use Is far from be
ing n good ono, Koch company has
a library that Is well supplied with
nil the leading novols, magazines
nnd news papers. New records for
tho grnpliophoncs nro purchased
every month. When n record grows
old In ono company a trndo Is made
with another company for another
lecord. In this way there aro now
records to ho had overy day. A
soon as the post Is supplied with
electricity, electric pianos will bo
purchased. Each room Is well sup
plied with card tables nnd nro much
appreciated. Some of tho boys hnvo
stilus Instruments, nnd there aro
quite u few good musicians among
them. Much Hawaiian music Is
played, as the boys picfer this to any
Scrgt. McCall of Company II, the
favorite nthlolo of l'ort Shatter, who
has been playing n scries nt games
with tho Knlihl ball team, again
mado good on third base. In tho Surf-
day gamo between tho U. 8. Marlno
Corps nnd tho Kallhl Athletic Club.
The four times ho was at bat three
e&fo lilts were made. Not an error
was marked against him, nnd soma
flashy plays were mado. under th
circumstances It was n surprise to
seo McCall do so well, as ho has not
fully recovered from n sprained kneo
that ho sustained Field Day nt Fort
Shatter. McCall is fast coming 'to
tho front In athletics.
First Sergt. Hutchinson of Co. B,
SOth Infantry, was grunted a four
months' furlough, which ho richly
deserves, ns ho has been a very
btcudy soldier for tho last fow years.
Sergeant Hutchinson will enjoy his
furlough In Honolulu, Ho wus re
lieved by Sorgt. Carmody, who will
bo Acting First Sergeant until ho
tejolns his company In Mnrch, 1910.
On Saturday afternoon noxt ono
tf tho bcBt ladles' slnglo matches
that has ever been played In Mono-,
lulu will como off at tho Ilerctnnla
tennis courts. Miss Miriam Hall
nnd Mrs. Coulter will engage In n
battle ot rccqucts that will bo long
remembered In this city. ,
Miss Hall, who lins recently re
turned from Kohala, Is-acknowlcdgcd
ns a first-class player on tho mnln
land, and the form sho Bhowed hero
during tho Hawaiian championship
tournnment was too good for any of
the local lady players.
Mrs. Coulter, who, ns Miss Homer,
held the championship for many
years, was not In the best of form
at tho tlmo of the nnnunt tournn
ment. However, the former cham
pion has been practicing hard lately
and now Is playing In much Improv
Tho match between tho present
nnd past champion should bo ono big
exciting strugglo from tho. first servo
till the frlnnlng stroke Is mado, nnd
the attendance Ms sure to bo very
large. Tho game will start nt 3:30
o'clock, nnd a fine trophy has been
selected for tho winner.
S. 8a no, tho well-known Jnpnncso
of Kahtiku, received from Captain
Takcshltn of tho Japanese cruiser
Idzumo soma of tho valuable por
traits wnich nnd been In the com
mander's cabin, ever slnco ho left
Cnptuln Tnkeshltii, who lint! been
tho guest of Mr. ,8ano at Knhuku
last week, was royally entertained
during his short visit there. And In
appreciation of his tcccptlon he pre
sented the pictuics to Mr, Satin last
Saturday afternoon. Tho presenta
tion was mado In tho presence of
Consul General Uycno.
HERE'S A JOB
SEEKING THE MAN
Thcro Is n 1125 a month Job lay
ing around ooso nt tho Customs
llouso nnd awaiting some well-quail-lied
young man Jn muko good nnif
till tho position of examiner of mer
chandise. To nnd tho right parly,
nn examination of six applicants
will tuko place at tho Customs
House on Doc. 18. Tho successful
bidder must possess a good working
Knowledge of various lines of mer
chandise ns comes Into this port and
be able to classify tho samo so' that
tho proper rnte of duty can bo lovlod
upon the articles of Import.
P. V. Knudsonfof tho Honoknn Bug
nr Co.'s office staff,, Is roturnlng to tho
Haniakua plantations by tlio Mauna
Ken tomorrow., Ho' has boon In town
on a vacation for a week or so.
Tho llawnllana who havo been
liberally helping thcmsolves to
quantities of coal belonging to tho
Intcr-Islnnd Steamship Company hnvo
bcon landed In tho tolls.
Tlio horso raco at Wal pah u did not
como off on Siindny as It was found
that thcro was an objection lodged
against using tho public road for such
Those "Arnold" Goods
xll - - jr jmi
TirE "ARNOLD" INFANTS'
Competition has failed to approach
the degree of perfection so lone; 'es
tablished by this band. It is seam
less and has adjustable shoulder
straps. A measure of its fineness is
indicated by the fact that it is made
or, machines knitting thirty six
needles to the inch. Price 40o and
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 prevail.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
The assortments are full. The va
riety is truly wonderful.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street. -
BASKETS AND FANS
White River Flour
0. J.- DAY nud LEWIS & CO,
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