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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 11., TUnSDAY, NOV. 23, 1909.
A11T and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
ally erery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of tack week.
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Wallao R. Farrlnsjcton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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1 ?! Business Office,
entered at the fdstoffice t Honolulu
m lermrd-clait nittcr.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1609
When you hear an evid report
about anyone, halve and aunitcr it,
and then say nothing about the
Nicaragua Is fuclng something
more serious than a slap on Uio wrist.
l.cl UK hope that the latest tele
phone agreement Is not laboring
under the handicap of a false start.
l'rcsldcnt Tuft must hear n
(harmed life when he passes through jnrd work
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
AOItlCl't.TUtlAL. WORK IN PUDLIC
Clearing and preparing land.
Keeping grounds In order.
Nine thousand three hundred ami
nine pupils engaged In gardening.
Practically all children doing some
A 5 room house: 1
bed room ; electrio
lights; modern im
Lots $250 each.
Lots $700 up.
Lots $900 and $600,
1818 Anapuni 2B.R.
810 Beretania 2B.R.
283 Vineyard St....3B.R.
1227 Matlock Ave...2B.K.
HUKinau St 3B.R.
Beretania St 3B. R.
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.
Beretania St 3B. R.
1280 Beretania St...5B.R.
Aiea 3B. R.
Pacific Heights 4B.R.
1087 Beretania St...5B.R.
Nuuanu ,.5B. R.
TOO MUCH UNIFORM
OR TOO LITTLE
HOPES OF MODIFICATION IN THE
PRESENT ORDER OF THINGS
REGARDING STYLE TO BE
WORN BY HIGH OFFICERS.
alitor Evening tlnllotln:
On tho first page of the Sunday Adver
tiser Is n CARTOON, regarding pas
senger trnfnc between tli3 Coast and
these islands. ' In tho CARTOON Is n
"Notice to Honolulu limine! Passen
gers," nml Incorporated In tho notleo
Is what 1 would consider an Insult to
It Is dollars to doughnuts that them
Is not n drop of American blood flow.
Ing through tho veins of tho ninn who
Is responsible for the notice. If there
Is he ought to bo snowed under with
chamo. Ho leaves himself a loophole 'the contrary notwithstanding, are
to enable him to "get out from under," risking to bo rellecd of the enormous
In tho fact Hint he did not designate expenso entailed by their ntmost
tho nationality of tho flag he referred numberless uniforms. As quietly as
to, but thero Is only ono "Tho Hag" they can, men long In tho diploma
on tho faco of this enith and It has tic service are lira j Ing Hint Sccrc-
becn planted further east, further tnry knox, prcscrlbo a uniform In
west and further north than tho flag which they niny disport themselves.
of any other nation. Old Olory Is not, Ilernuso her fnthcr left no estate
WASHINGTON About clothes
and tho prnjora concerning them,
much may bo Bald Just now.. Army
and navy officers of sense, and thero
nro n good many such, Impressions to
nn Interview with Orent Urltnln i
leading surfrngctto without un
Rumomlogtsts lime waited long
enough with their charges against
Leal to Justify the belief Hint time
In required for the manufacture ot
liver liod I plcnscd to nolo that
Gen. John McClcllan is stepping
Into the ranks of business men who
have u hand In tho affairs of the II
Though a list of nntlnual cclobrltlm
may bo assembled as among thoso as
sisting In the further wrecking of tho
American merchant marine. It docs
not maku tho wreck or the wrecking
any more attracts o.
Sluio tho Men's League hns lived
u j ear, found work to do and hus
not hesitated In tho performance, or
It. Honolulu may set tho organiza
tion down as ono of tho fixtures of
Ono ot tho moruls of some of these
consolidations is that homo funds find
nb better sourco ot Investment than
In homo enterprises. After tho oppor
tunities nro all taken up it will ho
tlmo to branch out Into a few mora
now local projects.
Honolulu is slatting out In an era
of progress to which the "boom"
dajs of 1900 will appear as a sum
mer flurry. The beauty of the pres
ent situation U that there is no
boom Involved. Tho Federal Govern'
More than 12.", schools actively
Two school planting sugar cano
on commercial basis.
Tu ml pn.
Pride of India.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. ST 0CKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
For Rent Unfurnished
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
New and strictly modern 3 bed
room cottage on Kapiolani St. Ready
on Jan. 1st
Small 2 bedroom cottage in Fern
Place; within ten minutes from the
center of town. Cottage is nicely
finished and well arranged.
For Rent Furnished
Nice 02 bedroom cottage in Kaimu
ki District, in very cood condition.
Electricity and modern plumbing.
Large 4 bedroom house on Thurs
ton Ave. All modern conveniences
nnd in very good condition,
COME IN AND SEE US AT ONCE
Bishop Trust Co.,
sic It coming nnd try to liiko rare
nf It after It arrives.
Irrespective of what the local indus
tries and enterprises may do, tho tu
turo ot the city ot Honolulu as a
great port Is absolutely assured.
You Can't Have
Better Than the Best
The service at the
Is equal 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.
CHINA IS BEARER
ment Is never mixed up
thing but solid progress.
Honolulu is leaning on a broken
reed when placing Its dependence nn
through steamers regardless ot the
flag they carry. Our progress Is
best assured by building our own
ships fur our own traffic, and using
the great freight favors wo havo to
bestow us a subsidy for more Ameri
can passenger ships.
Harry Lewis' best messako to the
people of Honolulu Is that ho hus
made his money here, Intends - to
stay hero nnd remain in tho ranks
of those ongnged In promoting tho
prosperity of tho Islands, Any
consolidations of that kind tho com
munity can accept with tho best of
President Taft In his proclamation
of a day for Thunksglvlng sns:
"During tho past year, wo havo
been highly blessed. No great ca
lamities of Hood or tempest or epi
demic of sickness has befallen us.
Wo havo lived in quietness, undis
turbed by wars or rumors of wars.
Peaco and plenty ot bounteous crops
und of great Industrial production
ultimate a cheerful and resolute peo
ple to ull tho renowed energies ot
bcuollcient Industry nnd material
and morul progress. It Is altogether
fitting that we should humbly and
gratefully acknowledge tho Divine
sourco of theso blessings."
To ull ot which tho pcoplo resi
dent jn tho Territory of Hawaii can
subscribe and Join In tho giving
thanks, , i(
Tho Retail Merchants' Association
of Llttlo Rock, Ark., have found a now
way In which to circumvent solicitors
for program advertising. It Is u well
known fact that when any organization
has a picnic or other nuellug, bornl
feort of a program is go'lqn out and
every merchant is held up (or an ad
vertisement, tho money fr,i which I.
pocketed In nine cases out of ten, bv
sotno smooth Individual who ims no
connection with tho orsanlimlon. Tho
plea of tho solicitor Is thai the adver
tisements aro taken onlj tu defray
tho expenses of printing (l, pnvinni.
rri.rt It, I.. nr. .
p wn; i.miu, imh'i, iiiiTcmii'iK uno n
standing offer to pay for .hc publica
tion nf any bona fide progimu hut they
refuso to contribute ono cent for ad
vertising in It. Recently they had
quite a controversy with a labor
union's program but they stood pat.
Program advertising Is an out and
out hold-up and thu sooner merchants
appreciate this fact and tako a Ann
stand In the matter tho sooner they
will got rid of un unnecessary evil.
Merchant' Record und Bhow Window.
Moro complete dispatches receive'!
Ic today's mull concerning tho plans
for the Government's uso of Pearl
Harbor serve to bring homo with
greater force what tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
has endeavored to Impress upon
tho minds of our people, namely,
that uu ora of unpurulloled expan
sion nml progicss Is opening out for
Peurl Harbor will not only bo tho
great naval base of tho Pacific, hut
It will bo tho greatest naval baso
under tho American flag. All this
will bo right next door to Honolulu,
even within the vory bordors of tho
What this means to tho business
of the city, the changes it forecasts,
tho progress It assures, the Incrcusu
of population to twice and thrlco
tho present figure, Is hard to rcallzo,
but It Is of tremondouH moment und
there Is nothing hotter assured In
The equipment of tho naval baso
will call for construction work equal
to a small city In itsolf. Not only
will workmen bo added to our popu
lation while the building Is going on,
but a whole city of now resldonts
will be icqulrcd for the regular ope
rations of tho vust naval center.
Wo shall huvo a great transient
population from tho wurshlps mak
ing our island harbors their head
quurtets, and we shall havo a largo
permunont population of skillet
workmen, heads of departments, en
gineers, professional men an urmy
of American citizens, all of whom
vill mako their homes hero.
Whnt Honolulu needs to do Is to
get ready for the great Influx of
population, ratlior than to sit still,
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not very fur distant. Consequently
there hus been an Increase In the
Orient-bound travel by Celestials.
Tho China camo ulongsldo tho
Channel whnrf and Is to Bull from
there nt 5 o'clock this evening fur
Japan ports nnd Hongkong.
J. P. Cook, clerk of Alameda coun
ty, accompanied by Mrs. Cook, ar
rived by tho China nnd Intend to
spend soma weeks here on pleasure
bent. Cal Kwlug Is ono of tho top
notch baseball magnates of tho Pa
cific coast. Mr. Kwlng Is accom
panied by Mrs. Kwlng.
J. A. Glllmun, tho local broker nnd
commission man, has returned from
iv business trip to tho mainland.
Among tho Orient-bound pnsson-
gers Is Miss J. A. Manley, daughter
'of tho freight agent ot tho Pncillc
I Mall Co. at Yokohama; W. II. Ilrown
nnd Mrs. lliown, and Mrs. J. T.
Frank of Ilroohljn, N. Y nnd Fong
Mon Ilo and Fong Tnng, rich Chi
nese merchants on n business trip to
the Ilmplrc, ot the Kastu.
Mrs. I!. M. Ilarton Is the wlfo or
a piomlnent Manila hotel man. A.
M. Paget, a ilvll engineer nnd con
jtiactor and auhltcct, who has bcon
conducting important work In Can
Inn, China, Is returning from a busi
ness I lip to the United States.
The Chinn (arrlcs n largo and
miscellaneous list of merchandise for
tho llasl, Including Christmas goods
for tho Philippines.
Tho cltl7cns of Pusadcnn, Cal., aio
In an excited statu of dobito fur and
against the muzzling of nil dogs tem
porarily during tho season of hydro
plnbla, which will tako in about thrco
months of each year.
Our leader for this week is a prop
erty on Nunanu St., near corner of
Beretania. Price and terms arc
For one week we will offer 10,000
sq. ft. with story and half house at
Kaimuki. Two blocks from car lino
on gigh ground. Corner lot well im
proved with plants and trees.
$2,800 buys it, and it is sure to sell
at this figure. ,
We have among our "For Sales" a
few choioe bargains in both business
and residence property.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
dimmed that an Irresponsible fnlls to
see In Its 'folds what patriotic men
worth mentioning, nn Admiral's
daughter has opened n women's nnd
children's harberdashcry shop. Tho
Tho Stars and Stripes never meant; good man has not been long In his
more to the iicoplc of these Islands
and to humanity everywhere, than It
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1000.
U. S. BUILDING TO BE IDEAL
(Continued from Page 1.)
torn house on tho other end of build
ing. The stories ot tho post office,
and tho court and custom houso nro
virtually two stories high. The up
per Blory will bo for offices for tho
engineer department nnd other
United States offlceis.
Tho building will havo n frontage
of tho full 8l70 of tho lot, less 10
feet on each end from tho street. In
other words, theio will bo nbont 111
feet In clear from lot line to build
ing, nn nil sides, so jou can get
sonic Idea of tho t.zo of tho hulktlng.
It Is now thought that tho build
ing will bo built of re-enforced con
crete. On all sides abovo tho post
omcc will bo open corridors, so ns
to havo door openings into rooms on
tho outside. These open corrldorH
will bo covered with n roof. This
Is done in order In hnvo tho rooms
cool nnd well ventilated. Tho In
terior will bo done In tn.irblo and
lllo to n great extent, and I nm In
formed that It will he of the latest
design us In utility and comfort.
Messrs. Yorko nnd Bavyer aro
woll-known architects of this city.
Tho fact thnt they won out with
fourteen competitor speaks for
It Is now thought that tho plans
will ho ready In about six months
grave, but nlready tho daughter feels
tho necessity of earning n living for
herself. She Is fortunate In having
money enough wherewith to open n
For nil the jcars she has been on
earth her father received never lesi
than $3,000 n year. Most pcoplo
would think that In moro than a
scoro of j ears, oven If tho salary nev
er rose to more than $3,000, tho
Admlinl should havo saved enough
to leave his family In comfortable
circumstances. Hut ho did not have
to work for as small n salary as
that. When ho died ho was getting
$7,500 n year, and his nvcrngo was
probably $5,000 during the time his
daughter was growing up. Hut ho
did not save, all hough ho was not
an cxtrnvagnnt liver. His case ap
pears to ho typical, henco tho pray
er of his class to ho relieved from
the necessity of keeping up n show
thnt probably is forced upon them nil
by the rich men's sons In the nrmy
nnd navy and the example of sprigs
of rojalty nnd nubility in foreign
As to tho pinjer of tho diplomats:
They aio now compelled to wear tho
evening diess suit in broad duj light
nt great functions, whllo nil other
diplomats have uniforms. None hut
experts can distinguish them from
tho waiters, henco the nnguished
wall. S)mputhy Is duo them. Tho
Idea of wearing it dress suit nnd nn
opera hat while nstrldo n horso
watching tho mnncuvies of tho
French army on the Champs do Mars
on n blight sunshiny morning Is cal
culated to nialvc the Sphinx exude
Kawaiahao Church To Be
Filled With Island
llnllko tho exercises of former
cnrs, next Thursday, on Thanksgiv
ing Day, special services will bo
conducted In the Kavvulnhno church
hi tho morning. The feature of Iho
day will be the bringing to tho
church of various hookupus, punci-
pally Island fruits, from Mnnoa, Ka
llhl, Pauoa, Moannlua and oilier
parts of this Jsland. Tlictc will bo
artistically arranged In the church,
after which special services will lie
held at 10 o'clock. According to
tho committee, which has charge of
the program, thero will bo brought
mangoes, bnnnnns, oranges, ohlas,
bread fruits, coffee, liolntoes of differ
ent varieties, gunvas, kukul nuts,
tipples, pears and other tempting
Tho hookupus nro not for tho pur
pose ot exhibition only; hut rather
to be used ns Illustrations as tho
menus of convincing tho people why
I hey should give thanks to their
Maker for hlsV.ndly attention to his
Tho sermon will bo preached by
Rev. Lnno, pastor of Kaumnkaplll
After tho exercises, which will In
cludo a special mustrnl program, Ihn
hookupus will be distributed to tho
Inmates of the Gills' School at Knll
lil and the aged pcoplo of Lunnllllo
Tho Thanksgiving Day exorcises
to bo held nt Kawalahno this J car
will bo of special Interest, not only
to tho members of tho church, but
In vlsitois, who nic especially Invit
ed to nttend.
Rev. K. S Tlinnteo. Rev. I-oim.
Rnv. Moses K. Nlikiilnn. Rev. Henry
I'ocpoe. Rev. Poal nnd other workers
of the church will Im given seats In
the pulpit. It Is piesuiucd that Her
Majesty Queen Ltlluokalaiil will bo
piesent. Tho cxeiclses commence' at
and work will begin t;oon lifter that teais of compniulon.
iiuo. air. jorno. or tno mm, will Wcro Secretary Knox ns bold In
visit Honolulu about or near New Brt,,ral matters ns ho was when ho
rears to confer vvllli tne Honolulu Injected an cqultj writ In n pure law
business men and government offl
dais that will occupy tho building
nnd look over tho situation fiom an
I wns informod by Knox Taj lor,
tho supci vising architect, that ho
would visit Honolulu ns early In
1910 as would bo convenient for him
to do so.
1 havo given you somewhnt of an
Idea ot what tho building will be.
From my Idea of archltccturo. It
will harmonlzo with tho surround
ings und ho a lino substantial as
well as an ornamental building.
COAL THIEF GET8
Knunamanc. who has been bcfoio
tho Police Court on many occasions
nnd who bears n rather unenviable
reputation for honesty, hus been con
vlctcd o'f stealing coal from tho jnrds
of tho Inter-Island Slcnnishlp Co. Ho
vvtiB placed under arrest yesterday and
was sent tc thu reef by Judgo Andrado
this morning. His companion, Knpao,
Is to recelvo attention by tho court tomorrow.
Kf jou would fwico In do whole worl'
j ou wouldn't got no mo" out or It than
threo hqunr' meals a day, so try tor ha
happy on ten acres. Atlanta Constitution.
It uh nut bo In a hurry. Perhaps
Dr. Cook's records will drift down
from thu pblo after a whllo.
proceeding which thing he did once
while Attornej'-Gcnernl, ho would
prcscilbo n simple iiuform for the
harrowed diplomats, not all of whom
nro jncre money bags us recent cater
wauls In the public prints might lead
ono to suppose. '
GOLD IN FIJI
Arroidlng to Wllfiod Allen n new
arrival ficiui FIJI, a big rush has set
In for tho gold fields on tho Iln liver
lit tho northern end of tho big Island
Somo six hundred minors hnvo a!
ready arrived from Now Zealand and
Australia, and every steamer brings
moro men. Tho gold was first dlscov
crcd In' payable quantities by a mine,
named Malcolm, and ho formed n small
Bjndlcnto to work tho reef. Shoitlv
nttcrwards a largo company was
formed by Humphrey Hcrkcrjoy, n well
known lawjer, and a concession cover
ing Ihrty thousand acres nf land was
obtained from tho government.
Kngltsh capital Is being Interested
In tho mines and tho prospects appear
very bright for tho future. Tho ae.
copied theory has always been in tho
past that tho FIJI Islands, being of vol
cnnlc origin, contained no gold or met
nls of uny sort.
Tho next man who prnposeR In do
anything for mankind hnl better con
sult tho exploration ti list beforo un
clorgolng any haidbhtps.
Those "Arnold" Goods
THE "ARNOLD" INFANTS' KNIT
Competition has failed to approach
the degree of perfection so long 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
on machines knitting thirty six
needles to the inch. Price 40o and
'StM'rlnl niltrop T.-f,ll,.(( I
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expected visit to tbe vleinltj of the
wiiim railroad simps .vesleul.ij afle.
noon ninl surpilscd n qunitet of Pur
tngiiokc engaged In n scanuo over sov
nil llltlu Ivory cubes. Kidl.-tt suc
ceeded lu gathering 111 llin nw.,,,1,.,...
of the pnrly beforo they had Mine If.
mnko a nolsn like it swift get-away.
wne icioz turned out to ho an old ur.
lender and lu no uUn n ,ifrr. ,,,.,... ...
lnlleo hulls of justice. Ho was given
a month's rentenco whllo iho other
three drew down lines of five dollars
und tho routs.
"For 8n" oArrim t BulUtln.
Costs but little more than yon.
used to nay for plated ware,
but it lasts a lifetime,
Our large stock comprises
everything from the smallest
spoon or fork to large. Punch
bowls nnd table services.
Strictly New York prices pre-vail.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
The assortments are full,
ricty is truly wonderful.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
BASKETS AND FANS
White River Flour
C, J. nAY,(ii.iLLr.WIS & CO.