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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., WEDNESDAY, Nov. 21, f.!.
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tAHY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tneiday of tack week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
VVcalluee R. Parrlnuton, - Editor
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in the Territory of Hawaii,
T1 I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 Cale 1 13 aulmo. tteir. ',
CntcTtd it the PMtorTicc M Hmtotuih
AS ftecomtclAf.il milter.
.NOVEMBER 24, 1009
God's goodness has been great to
Let never day nor night unhallowed
But still remember what the Lord
hath done. Shakespeare.
If every iiiirrot Is u booster for
Honolulu, llien buy parrots.
Ocnernl War Is In commnml of tlio
situation ,ln Central America fully
lilnc-tcntlis of tile time.
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
There's lots of opportunity to In
vest jour money In tlio enterprises or
Hawaii, mul not s.iy good-bye to It.
(live Thanhs? Tlie great problem
of the hour In Honolulu Is to nml
anything for which the people shdulil
not be thanhful.
II u I 1 u 1 1 n newsboys arc tlio
busiest and tin best In town, and if
they prove ill. noisiest It means that
tbey have Hie gicatcst cause for be
Members of the liar Association
may feel somo delicacy In expressing
themselves, as they have not been
pMclally In formed regarding the res
ignation of Associate Justice Wilder.
, No. XII.
SKWINCl IN 1'LTHl.lC SCHOOLS.
Eight thousand tin eo hundred nnd
I fourteen pupils In sewing classes last
I I'lnln sewing taught to boys anil
girls in primary glades, cutting, lu
ting and moro complicated fomiB or
ttwlug taught In grammar grades.
l'uplls tnught stitching, seaming,
over-casting, hemstitching, gather
ing, sewing on ruflles, buttonhole
Ktlti'htnfg, darning, patching, special
I At tides made:
Hags for pencils nnd tillers.
A 5 room house: 1
bed room ; electric
lights; modern im
Lots $250 each.
Lots $700 up.
Lots $500 nnd $G00.
1818 Anapuni 2B.R.
If aimnki 2 B. R.
819 Berctania 2B. R.
Kaimuki 2B. R.
fawaa 4. 4B. R.
283 Vineyard St....3B.R.
1227 Matlock Avc...2B.R.
1111 Kinau St 3B.R.
725 Kinau St 3B.R.
Bcretania St 3B. H
1475 Thurston Ave 4 B. R.
Bcretania St 3B. R.
1280 Bcretania St. .5B.R.
Waikane 4B. R.
Aiea 3 B. R.
Pacific Heights .... 4B.R.
1087 Bcretania St.. 5B. R.
Nuuanu 5B. R.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. ST 0CKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
For Rent Unfurnished
Whllo Minio of tlio people of this
city nro agitating for a movement
that the It u I I e t I u believes will
I'lvo miles of the Panama Canal
have been completed, and what Is sufficiently to satisfy the ileslies of
Hawaii doing to prepare for the time lho tariff siiBpenslonlsts? it U cx
when the traffic from tho Atlantic peeling too much to hope that tho
will make this onu of tho greatest t American merchnnt marine of Hits
ports of the world? i ocean or any other can increase when
subjected to attack from tho com-
Moru power to the young men nml munlty It Is expected to serve nnd
Hie old men of Hawaii investing subject to unstable protection laws,
their time and money in tho cotton Hawaii should stand pat on protoc
industry. It should mean success tlun nnd then demand that the ships
for them and a greater and better needed bo built to suit public needs,
prosperity for all Hawaii. - . 1
Tail: of aiitum Vines bounds like MtKlHANT MAKINt LEAGUE
the "good old days" when It was)
funny to violate the law and men I
mndc money at It. That was before '
Undo Sam was abroad In the Islands
In tho capacity of u policeman. i
The Merchant Mai Inn I-eaeno nf a8alsl ' driving the American ling
the United States has adopted tlio , nn'1 American meichant ships from
American Hag as Its emblem. Shall "' ocea- ll ia of Importance that
this provoke another sneer from the!0"10 attention should be given what
Honolulu attorney for the foreiB,, M being done un tho inaliiliiuil.
hlilp lobby? i The lecent mall liom the coast
- ; brought valuable Information In'
Citizens have to decldo whether, this line,
they will provide ilrst for xtho Klrst, tho news columns of the San
public schools In tho samo loyal I'ranclseo piess lecoul the meeting
spirit that pievalls In, other sections! or tho California Shipping Company
of the United Stales. That's all fcrmerly operating olio of tho largest
that Is meant by the sped lie tax for llects of American sailing vessels, at
public schools. I which It was decided that tho com-
i- -. - IPniiy go out of business. What to:
Koluila wants better loads. Which . mains of the onto splendid licet of
Is another way of saying Hint tho ' thirty -two vessels are laid up.
County of Hawaii must have a mil-' Secondly, under the heading 'Tut
Jorlty of County Supervisors possess- tho American Flag on tho Ocean, tho
Ing a fair nverago of business Jttdg- Slogan," a most Interesting state
ment and common sense. Some civic meut Is given of what is being done
prldo thrown In would be an Im- by the cxecutlvo committee of the
provement. .newly formed Merchant Marluo
.j 'League of California. This league
Eight thousand tons of freight I was the direct result of the visit to
was the record - breaking cargo the Pacific const of John Ponton, sec
brought to this port by tho latest tetary of the Merchant Marino
oi rived American-Hawaiian steamer. League of the United States, and on
That proves how Honolulu is grow-) tho list of officers appears such .names
lug, and yet tho American-Hawaiian ns Frank 11. Anderbon,. Capt. John
new liner for Honolulu has uccom- Harneson, 11. p. Schwcrln, C. O.
modatlons for only forty-two passen- Moore, James. Itolpli, Jr., James Mc
eors; Are peoplo of us miu.li Im-' Nub, George W, Dickie nnd other
portunce In transportation as dead prominent men of San Francisco,
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
New and strictly modern 3 bed
room cottage on Kapiolnni 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 2 bedroom cottaee in Kaimu
ki District, in very good condition.
Electricity and modern plumbing.
Large 4 bedroom house on Thurs
ton Ave. All modern conveniences
and in very good condition.
COME IN AND SEE US AT ONCE
Bishop Trust fp.f
Will be the best ever offered
. in Honolulu.
from 6 to 8 p. m.
it lis of Honolulu that tlicy Join In
tho splendid effort of mich a great'.
organization as tho Merchant Mnilna
League, rather than devote their en
ergies to securing legislation that
will put the American ships In thesi
wnlora under a greater dlsadvantngo
Hum that under which they now la
The 11 u 1 1 e t I u .suggests (hat II
Is moro distillled, more practical,
moro business like ifnd better serv
ing the Interests of Hawaii ami
America, to turn these meetings
tailed to promote tho suspension or
tho coastwise shipping laws Into vol?
unteer sessions In support of tho
men throughout tho country united
In n campaign to restore the Ameri
can ling on the high seas.
If you want to send a
On Sunday you will find the office
open from 8 to 10 in the morning.
The Honolulu Brewing nnd Malting
Cnjnpnny has placed on display lit tho
windows of the Myrtle Cigar Storo, 926
Fort street, Tho Honolulu Drug Com
pany, 1(121 Fort street, mid tlio Heal
Fstntu Exchange, 82 King etrett, their
1!H0 calendar. Tho subject "A III each
of Promise Suit," repiesents n'party of
dogs holding court in n slalilo onu of
their number, Mr. Pug, being defend'
til by Attorney Shop, In n bleach of
promise suit brought ngnlnst him by
This plcUiro Is by tho celebrated
painter of animals, C. M. Coolldgo, who
painted the famous "Hold lllnfl" and
"Waterloo", put out Jjy the llrowcry
two years ngo. Tho work has such a
wealth of description In It that tho
Brewery has decided to offer $25.00 for
tho best Interpretation of It nnd SIS
for second boBt. The contest Is open
to all and the only requirements nro
(hat (ho stories, which miist not bo
over threo bundled wordB, be mailed to
tho Honolulu Ilrcwlng nnd Mailing
Company on or before Saturday, De
cember 4. when tho contest closes.
Threo competent Judges, to be on
l'ounced Inter, will decide Uon the
wlnnerR. All contesting will havo to
view tho subjects from the above loca
tions as no calendars will bo Issue I
until after tho contest and nil manu
script must bo written plainly, on one
hide of paper only and mailed, with
name nnd address of writer, to Hono
lulu Drawing & Malting Company, Cal
endar Contest, Honolulu T, II.
as possible a merchant licet to serve
tho purpose of. this country.
PnOMISES.TO AID IN UKSlOHINtS
OUlt FI,AO TO ITS UKHiTTUL
PI.ACK OVKR OUU OWN SIIAUK
OF OUR OWN COMMKUCB," this
circular says In part, "WILL UK
CKIVi: ITS KAUNKST SUPPORT..
"Tho California League will work
lu conjunction with tho larger Mer
chant 'Marino League "of tho United
States and the other State leagues In
tarrying on a vigorous campaign ot
"Wo nro facing the ocean whoso
lommeicc Is to. bo tho gicat com
merce of the futuie, and ninny na
tions are striving to capture that
commerce. We must have ships to
obtain for us our share and to glvo
our Hag tho pie-eminence on the Pa
cific which It rightfully deserves."
Tho resolutions recite that the dl
iippcntauco of the American Hag
from the sens has brought Incalcu
lable loss to the business Interests
and the pride of this country; Hint
American Interests havo been dc-
Tho (list meeting of this California
League was not spent In BUggostlug
measures that will give the foreign
fchlp ownora a stronger hold on any
part of tho carrying trade of any
ocean. The men hove organized to
bupport American shipping, build up
the American merchant marluo and
fcccute action from Congress.
A lesolution was adopted Indors
ing the Humphrey bill now pcforo
Resolved, That the Stato
Farmers' Union of Texas earn
estly petition the member! ot
Congress from this State- to
work for the ro-establlshmutit of
this great necessity for aiaoes
. the-seas service our own whips
built In our own ship yaids
nnd (lying our own Hag.
This resolution Indicates Hint a Congress, which alms nt modifying
Meadlly Increasing number of Atuer- tho postul act of 1891 In an effort
leans nro taking an interest in tho toward restoring the Sturs and
American merchant marine. What Stripes to u position over our foreign
will tho Texas people say If they Unit trade, nnd approving tho terms of a
that Hawaii, enjoying such prosperl- circular drawn up by Cli-orgo- W.
ty from protection, Bceks to cast a Dickie, chairman of tho oxccutlvo
large share of its prosperity and fato committee, which Is to bo addressed
with foreign ships, built In foreign, to every chamber of commerce and
lanUs and Hying foreign :llags? i commercial body in California, urg-
.. , ' , ting support In tho grout movement
How many people would Invest whlch , ,)C, inaugurated,
heir money In the construction or1 Tll0 t.lmll ., red h
improvement of our sug, r mills if events which led up to the formation
SnS,rr , "IV " 'aW ,bU8,,f ,h0 Merchant Marine League ot
penfling the protection now given California and showing how tho
Lnr Industry and giving tho stllrs nn B,r, , , , u,
President ho authority to restore ,enre( , ,,, '
the protection when ho thought the t ,iccc83t J
sugar proUucera'hadjtieenKUuttlshedKf ' --a. , MAVvA.'v .
prlved of tlio opportunity to gall)
foreign mnrkets; that the Inability
of the nation to furnish its own coal
ing vessels for the lleet was a public
disgrace; that the country would be
helplcsi to ninvo Its eNports and Im
ports were the marine tonnage ot
other nations: withdrawn from neu
tial senha by reason ot war; and
therefore It Is resolvV'd that the
league Indorse tho Humphrey bill,
i "wlilt.li. If It becomes a law, will
, ery materially tend to restore tho
American ling over the foreign trade
j without any cost whatever to the
'country, and will permit American
Interests to participate lu trndo run
'iilng into millions," besides establish.
lug new world connections; nnd,
fuithor, that this measure would
plvo Hie army mid navy the ships
they would need In time of war.
This shows something ot tho work
that Is going ion among tho nggres
lelve men of the mainland lo curry
I the products and the pnsscngeiu of
the United States lu American ships.
I Docs It not therefore appear to be
ii wlso move on the part of the cltl-
Our leluler for this week is a prop
erty on Nuuanu St., near corner of.
Berctania. Price and terms are
For one week we will offer 10,000
sq. ft. with story and 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
at this figure.
We have among our "For.Sales" a
few choice bargains in both business
and residence property.
TO BE ENTERTAINED
(Continued from Pace 1.)
two in tides ot consumption that aro
so necessary toinako a bo" feast a
biiccess, Uon't'judge from this that
the hoys are not going to get any
ti.rkcy ami other accessories that
grown tips demand. Turkey ami
such things tho boys expect as a mat
ter of coiirte, but for soda water anil
tandy they make n special requisi
There nrc over ninety of these
11 u 1 1 e t I n news merchants, anil
while somo ot them have enjoyed tho
hospitality f tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n on
former Thanksgiving days, many ot
them wU have their first tasto of
the II it I 1 e 1 1 n iiowhhojs' yenily
To these new boys the treat to
morrow Is greater in anticipation
than to tho others. Some ot them
ore skeptic and show this skepticism
In questions to tlio bojs who have
been on outings hefoie. "You thlnir
the Bulletin do Hint?" they ask
In confidence of one of their friends.
"Suro Kelu!" Is tho usual response.
"They do It before." And tho doubt
ing boy, reassured, goes to another
ttcijtinlutiinco to tell him wha,t ho has
Just been told, and mentally ho
makes n wish that his capacity will
be equal to that of the older boys:
Tho boys will leavo the 11 u 1 1 e -1
1 n office tomorrow shortly nfter 8
o'clock nnd will be conveyed to Pearl
Harbor by a special trnin consisting
of a locomptlvc and two coaches.
The dinner will be served In tho
pavilion at 12 o'clock.
In order to glo tho boys another
typical true boy sport they will bo
allowed tu maho all tho nolso they
wish, nnd In order to bring tho vol
ume of this up to that of former
j ears they wljl bo equipped with
largo tin horns. If you aro awakon
ed tomorrow morning from a sound
holiday sleep by an unseemly nolso
tho nbilily of Lydia E. Pitikhnm's Vegetable Compound to cure
female ills aro requested rxi write to any or nil of tho women whoso
correct names nml nddrcsses nro given below, nnd bco what thuy
say you nro not obliged vto toko our word for it nsk tlio
women who know from jiersonnl oxperienco tlmt Lydia E. liukhani,B
vegetable (Jouipouiui can una does euro temalo diseases.
Uoalian-Jbl. W. T. Iialion, IlonU No. a.
Cheater Mra. Klla Woinl.
Wllllmantlo-Ura. K1U lionuim, Dot 3.
Orllla-Mrl.T. A. Ctll.b.
A JrlAUMLna Y. Honrr, ItouUKo.!.
WooitaMawMrt. nnchol .luhbaon.
Motif r-Mri. Mitrr Hall.
Ilertllt-Mta. Clmi. Kulkel.
llurton VIwMra. 1'eler LAngrnbalm.
Clilcngo-Mr. W llllam Tully, 403 DiMmi Ate.
Clilcaicu-Mra. Harriet Jaimtakl, JUU Lyuau
South Ilrmt-Mra. Frl onta, 1014 8. Latajr.
WlncuMttr-Mr. Stay Ileal.
IiulliniKlla-.Mra. A. 1'. Andarion, 1M7 E.
Vluonnea-M la. Hvl. ll..Teranlct, WWN. loth PI.
I'ruillelnii-Mra. May Marihatl, It, It., No. 44.
Djcr-Mtn. William Otxrloh, It. IM). No. 1.
liullaliaHltallf MleV.Plper.29 S.Ad.llaoli 81.
Llgouler-Mri. Ell la Woud, ft. F. I). No. 4.
Melbourne Mra. Clara Waterniann,Il.F.D.l.
Klnllej-Mn. 8li-lla IIUToril Seaman.
KutbMre. JJxaie llullaiid.
Mntrgutattra. U. A. Ijiinrouo.
I.eltr,n-Mra. ltenrt Uouller.SaOirnrd fit.
South Weil HarlHir-Mra. Lillian ltobbina,Mt.
Deiort r.lilit Slallnii.
Gar.llner-Mrt. 8. A. Wllllanja, K.F.D.KO. 14.
11 n ft.
ItofkHnil-Mn. Will Youiis.dCotuinblaATe.
8abattua-Mra. II. W. Mltcliull, 1IOI3.
llatnpnteadMra. ,Ta. H. llltidy.
Itnabnrr-Mra. Francla Merltle, U Flrbl Fit.
YorrralerMra. imailfa Cvle, 117 Houtbsuto
Paw l'aWMRumia I)rujK;r.
lletroltMMrp. ltuU.t Junjr, a3 Clifl'tnnt Rt.
8cottflU-Mt. ,1. II. .loliiiaon, K. F. II. Nil. 3.
lletrnlt.Mra. A. I'redmore,31ICI.-ult Ate.
Flualiluii-Mra. Hurt Loyd, It. F. 1. No. 3,
Cnre of 1), A Hanhorn.
HletlienaoiiMMra. txiula lleandoln.
Detroit Mra. Frel.la ltnaenau. t&l Meldrum
Ar,lrfrm(in. llnnrM,tn. ,
Colfe'Tllle Mri. H. J..lonr. ,
l'laltil)ur.-Jlr. Verna W llkea, n. F. I). L
Clarkftdala Mlaa Anna Waltaee. 1
OrniiofuMr4. Mart McKltlght. I
Shamrock- Jale llam. 11. F. II. I, Itoi 27.
llroKkfleld-Mra. Sarah Louilfiiont, ZV7 .
Cambridge Mra. Nellie Moalander.
Marlton-Mra. Cleorse .lorily. Kniile S.ltoi 40.
Catoden Mra.W.r.Vatelitliio.iHrJIJiicolu Ar
Camden-Mra. Tlllle Watera, iM Llt, rty 81.
raleraon-Mra. Wm. HoinervUle. 183 llara
barihAT. Men York.
Rcntt-Mre. H. J. Ilarlr.
llrooklyn Mra. l'otfrOalfney.MSMarceyAr.
IXirnn&llville Mra. WlllUm Houghton.
Ilea lttlllc-Mra. A. A. WW:
dohiiatoan-Mra. Homer N.Soaiitfln, 10S R.
Main HI Ohio.
Columbua-Mra. F- Hanon,904 V, Iyr.na; Ht.
Cincinnati Mra. W. K. llouah, 7 Kamluw Ar.
Mngadere-Mra. le Matigca, lWtx 131.
Atwater .Station-Mra. Minnlo Muelhaunt
Iayton-Mra. F. 11. Smith, 4.11 lllin St.
CluyiTllle-.Mra. Klla Michael, It. P. l. Nn. J.
t;lliclnn.ill-Mra. Flora Abr, I3CJ F.rut Ht.
Cterelaud-Mlaa Ltnle Btelger, K10 Fleet
Ale., H. l:.
HarlleaTllle Mra. Woo,lnun Ilranatellcr,
Josejih-Mra. Allco ItulTman.
Illll ltnn-Mta. . K. lur,ler.
l4,)aliou Mra.llarryL. lllltle, 233 Irf-bnianMa.
Fria.Mra. ,). I'. Kn.lllcb, H. F. IJ. No. T.
Weileyrllla-Mta. Macgle Later, It. F. II. 1.
1'hlla. Mra. Chaa. Hoc 11, 2HI7 N, CI irnet Ht.
I'hlU.-Mra. K.K.(lnrrett,2r;N.(liiriiel S.
Falrcliaiiee Mra. ldclla A.lliinhuni, Itx 1&4.
1'I.IU.Mra. John Ji.hnalon, 21U Hleitel Ht,
Fori llnntcr-Mra. Mary Jane .Shall,,.
Knit Karl-Mia. Anioiatua I.toii, 11. F. (1. 2
Hearer Falla-Mra. W. 1'. llyd, 21W bereutk
Aye. , Tviiiieaaev.
Chrlltlana-Mre. Mary Wood, IU F. D. No J.
liyaraburg-Mra. l.us lllUUrd It. It. No. 1.
l'ecoa Mra. Ada Young Jy?Bleaton.
lliiuiton-Mra. Uraalo U Illckl, SID Clcretan4
Oranlteylllc-Mra. Clua. Ilarclay, K. F. U.
HajOtlJ-iIra. Majnu. Wlmtlo.
Ylenna Mrf. Kinma Wheatou.
ICewaaknm-Mta. f'arl linhlke.
Mltwaukco lira. Jhuiim liuae, &33 Flrat flt.,
Tlio nliovo names were Releclecl nt random from thousands wlio
hnvo lieon bcnellted by Jlrs. l'iiikliiun's fatuous niedieiiie, nnd no
reward whatever is (riven them fortius ttsoof their names. Ask tlicni
wliuttlivtlilnk of I.jcllu li. l'lnUltniii's Yvirctulilo Conipoiinil.
The Bishop Trust Company,
BKfl to nntiounco Hint on January 1st, 1910, they will
open a Ladles" Department In connection with
their Trust business, whero Indies, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive ndvlco as to
opening n hank account, putting tlwlr funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
nny oHier class of security. Under the Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can .nnld property In her own rlgtt.
Tho IJlshop Trust Company feci that they havo been
fortunate In securing for this Department the services ot
Miss J. T. Muclutyre, who Is well known ,ln tho business
community of- Honolulu us the manager for eight years
past of Hlshop & Company's Savings Ilanlc. Miss Macln
tyrn will have an olllco In the? Illshop Trust Company's
Uutldlug on llethcl Street, where she will be found dally
from 0 to 12, after the 1st ot January.
AH accounts and -transactions strictly confidential.
Just chargo the lost sleep to youth
that Is enjoying itself.
Fort and Merchant Streeti,
a . I
Kelclhopu, a young Hawaiian, has
been sentenced to threo months' Im
prisonment, huWng been found guilty
of puilninlng articles belonging to a
.Chinese restaurant. Tho young man
j was caught after qulto a chase, and
ome of tho stolen property was recov
ered by the jiollco.
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 40c and
Costs but little more than vu
used to nay for plated ware,
but it la3ts a lifetime.
Our large stock comprises
everything fronTthc smallest
spoon or fork to large. Punch
bowls and table services.
Strictly New York prices prevail.
Ii. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
The assortments are full,
riety is truly wonderful.
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.
"s Hotel Street.
'i ypL ,aj, im-imfwivmviwi-i"immm.