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CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
The youth who does not look ur
will look down; mid the spirit that
does not soar is destined perhaps to
If nnyniio In town enjoyed his
Thanksgiving moro than tho Bul
letin newsboys he has yet to be
heard ft inn.
liming whetteil I In. appetite win
tho Thanksgiving TutKe). Hono
lulu will now sqttaro Itt-ctf nw.iy for
the blggc-i ami best hollil'ty season
(Jermnuj's ilosliu for pence Is ex
press! d In her battleship program.
The only ttoiiblc In that (I real llrlt
nln would bo the fellow to dictate
tho terms. ' I
Put our faith In the progressive !
clement tint believes In Hawaii
mid for whom tho II ti 1 1 c 1 1 n has
to lake advantage (it favoring tuin
to tnko advantage or ravorlng turns
l,,in ... nil h....,l.
Ar'nulltiR to a dispatch to the
New Yoik World, the insurgents "" .., iiii-miii- h
havt control In Kansas, and one ot crnoon loaves no doubt as to tho ntll
the nipii slated for the nxe Is Con-lliule the attorneys of the city on the
gressman Scott, who oted with ln- 1 (iubernntorlal policy of keeping res
ile Joe r.annon. Perhaps that Isjlgnnllnns "under his hat," to to
whv Tnft thinks in well of taking ficak, while he wanders oft . to
Scolt luto llio Cabinet. j 1 liliiKton lo confer with the Chlet
Seoiutnry Cooper says Hawaii
i;eta the le.istoxpcnsc advertising
of ntiy place on earth. Is Hint the
le.iFon why it has been so hard to
(onvlnce sonic of the people that
money c-xponded I" m Inter's Ink Is
1. iluublfttl Investment? llonoliilu
(night to be Hpciidliig Just double
what It Is i.ow Investing through
the rromotlon Committee.
What are they going to say If the
hotels should bo filled to the limit
during tho tourist season? Will
they ndvortlso It from Honolulu to
Washington mid call for suspension enthused over the Association's for
of tho Immigration laws so that nier selection, this paper 'knows of
Jnpaneso (an como In. build morojito serious cause for tho rejection ot
l'otels and compete for tho business
Honolulu wins through protection In
neiy other line, and It will he wise
to stav with tho protection policy
HONOLULU'S RECORD'ON AMER
JleniliciH of the McidmiilH' Atwo
( l.ttlon 1110 lepicsenled us standing
on their foimor record as legal da
the suspension of the iiiastuUe ship
ping law In Us application to these
1'ieauninbly the Chamber of Coin
ineico docs the same.
'I ho lecoril of this , Ten Itory h
then one of divided scntlnient 011
The l.eglslaluio has twlco dell
nllely mill clearly ie(used to ap
piovd llio, (oastwlso Hhlpplng law
hiispensloii, mid llio business men
of tho city mo by no means 11 unit.
In vlow of tho uctlvo tmiijmtgu
tth.it Is being taken up throughout
the mainland fo: thu lestoiatlou of
tlm American mou.lianL marine, It
xmiuIiI seem to tho II 11 1 I o 1 1 n that
the belter p.nt of wisdom for tho
(Hlzciis of Honolulu and tho Tcrrl
tor of Hawaii Is to lake nil further
bteps toward securing legislation
that will put what American ships
tiro now In these waters at a dlsnd
Milit.ige. lispethilly Is this tho pait of wls
Com when tho lecgrd shows that
this Ten Itory lias freight Milued
lit more than fmty mllllotui of dol
lars to lie carried annually between
Island purls and those of llio main
land Sllh Ibis at their command tho
people of these Islands have a gleat
Irelght siilelldy whldi If pioperb'
11 '1 iinl ttvgi (.ijuiiiiuH pinteLlloii
v t uppl' all thr pj nrrr 11
fC"uoJattoi:. thl, lt. an.! tat !tr
rit r '!!! require.
'"tl't ths :ier.haat !!artn6
Lea&u& of the United itatti J. niii.
lug a bt.ivo light for Hie Ami-ile.iu
liierrliaul milljlie( i L III beiouies 11
luoteilcd iiiifiiiitiiilty like Honolulu
to lake any action that will make
tho gieat woik ot thubu llghlcrs for
.msrlr.ni frhlpa maif. dlttiriilt
rer Six Montnn 0 ,Ho
Pet Ver, tnywheie In US 1. 00
Pel Year tnyihere n Cnda... I. no
PerVetr poitpilJ, loitign 3.ou
Rooms, - 185
Office, - 256
tillered at the fostofflcc ftt Honolulu
m (trcoml-claM tn liter.
NOVEMBER 20, 1009
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
I.ACi: AND WKAVINtS IN Pl'llLlC
Twont-ono schools glvo Instruc
Hon In luce making.
I Ive litimli rcl mill seventeen
1IIii doing lauhnln, bamboo
ll II J
. Last year llio following wore 4-11-
1 "I led In the l.icc classes In 1 Ionic
Part Hawaiian ;,1
Portuguese 2 I
J a I uiu' .o ID
American 1 2
During tlie last two ycarB $317
w",rt,M "f ln lttn 1,cl" Mml h' u''
""lul" I""1"" "''"-'
BAR ASSOCIATION AND WILDER'S
Tlin ft f ttirid tilt nrrt it Mm I tat A em.
... , ,
Had It not been for this publicity
fclven Judge Wilder'!) contemplated
iislgnatlon by tlie II u I 1 0 t I n, the
llaV Association would undoubtedly
even to tho present hour have been
"" """u " wuieii ihhiu..
The llullctln hcllcres that
when lemmmondatlnusr nre consid
ered In Washington the executive
authority should take Into account
the manner In which this matter has
been handled. Tho liar Association
will make Itself clear on tho matter
of tho candidate It prefers.
Whllo the Hullo I n has not
tho candidate. Under any clrcuin
stances n (.iiiilldatc backed In
1. 11 open manlier and with ap
parent unaiiliult) should, in the ci
ttern of this paper, have 11 stronger
position with tho 1'iesldent mid tho
Attorney General than olio bioiighl
through In the gum-shoe untie, and
whose appointment was appaieutly
to be nil !led up before Ibu piople
got even a ili.mie to no heard.
Let's have these appointments dis
cussed la the open
Let It be a fair Held and 110 favor.
Let's have an end of kceroey In
tho conduct of Hie people's business.
FEAR OF ROOSEVELT.
He good to Tuft or jou'H gel
Hoosevclt back again,
This Is tho meaning of n very In
tciestlug commentary on tho situa
tion In business and politics made
in the most'ieieut banking clitiilar
ot Jlcnty Clous. It Is given in full
"Of Into thu stock miiiket has
shown more or less weakness owing
to tho iippioatlilng session of Con
giess mid an undercurrent of un
easiness icgardlng President Tnft's
nttitudo toward corporations. The
President has Just ilnlshed n tour
ot 13,000 miles throughout the coun
try, traversing tho populous districts
of all sections. Ho has thus como In
close touch with political sentiment,
nlul has evidently found" -tho to
called 'llooscvelt polities' popular,
Having been elected on piomlses to
carry nut these policies, It is to bo
expected that ho will moro or less
favor legislation uuaficplniilo lo
corpoinllous mid that agitation on
these lines will be leiiewed when
Congiess opeliB. To tho dlsluteiest
rd observer this Is not nllogolher
i.iirpilolnc A -hoop lui-lllo pub
lit opinipn it j. tiiifnrtunjlc': U""'
crwttd af.ttn.t our 'irtt cirpcr
tlsr.t. this.". tsuuir, si it'iei in '
Jestj; to thtlr rt:tt rpii frs-vti
It will be conceded that these cor
poral Ions posies eiioilnons power,
nnd t It. I bj iiie.nls of fiiilhi't 10111
l.ln.illon they might be uble lo exei
(Ise an iiilltieiKii Hint would by cot
luptlon or other means threaten -u-
ir-nnc.. it the o0--rnmnt it Hi 1
A 5 room house; 1
bed room; electric
lights; modern im
Lots $250 each.
Lots $700 up.
Lots $500 and $000.
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 Tan. 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 cottage in Kaimu
ki- District, in very cood 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
Tho plating ot such ast Interests In
the hands of 11 few men, who abso
lutely Kilitrol tho destinies of hun
dreds ot thousands If not millions ot
our population, cannot reasonably
bo expected to bo permanent. The
people will rule. JJiey will Insist
upon tho open Held mid 11 fair
chance. This Is tho foundation ot
our government, and no power that
Is nblo to scilously intcrfcio with
that object will be tolerated. The
threatened conn 01 or our industries
mid our ratlionds by small groups
of men, organized for purely bclllsli
I urposes and having little or no re
gnrd for public welfare, has nwakon
nl a deep-seated feeling of uneasi
ness among the masses mid Is icjlly
tho thief Incentive, for iiios1! ot tho
socialistic piopaganda which Is
spread Inoadcast today. Mr. Ilarn-
maii wiiH n man of vast ability and
undoubtedly nrlilcvcd great lesillts.
but thu N,v stent of excessive ci'iitrall
zallon In Imlustiy foi vvhiih ho pie
enillicnll) slood Is in violent coiillUt
with nil tho pilnclples of this gov
ernment, which alms at equality ot
Our leader for this week is a pi op
crty on Nuuanu St., near corner of
Beretania. Price and terms aie
For one week we will offer 19,000
sq. ft. with story and half house at
Kaimifki. Two blocks from car line
on gigh ground. Corner lot well im
liiovcd with plants and trees.
$2,800 buvs it, mid it is sine lo s-ll
r.t 'this figure.
We have among our ''For Sales" a
few choice linrppins in both business
Jp'l icsi'teiitc "ui'cilv.
Fott and Metrhant btitttn,
283 Vineyard St....3B.R.,
1227 Matlock Ave...2B.R.,
1111 Kinau St 3B.R.,
725 Kinau St 3B.R..
Beretania St 3B.R .
1475 Thurston Avc..4B.R.,
Beretania St 3B.R.,
1280 Beretania St...5B.R. ,
Are different from the average be
cause they are distinctly
If you want to send a
On Sunday you will And the oHlcc
open from 8 to 10 in the morning.
opportunity lo. all Uoosevelt's tre
mendous popularity In this rouiitry
was based upon his clear icmgnltloii
of tho fnct that public wclf.ue wns
being frustrated by our gieat rail
road mid Industrial . combinations.
Ills methods of curb may not always
have been thq wisest, liut his pur
pose wns sound and his policy will
provo a winning one, although In
the rough and tumble of b.itth more
or less Injurious agitation mid leg
islation may have to bo endured.
President Taft has evidently sulll
clout political sagacity to iccognlzo
these conditions, and It Is quite like
l.v that he will vlgoinusly (airy out
the Roosevelt refoims. Should ho
not do so, there Is Utllo doubt what
ever that Mi. llonsovelt himself will
be lecalled lo tho task. Tlieieloio
cur captains of Imlustiy and 1 alt
load magnates ma) its well ihoose us
to vv lielher lliej would piefer to
have Congiess devise a selieinti (it
wholesome icgiilatlon of ituporii
tlons under Mi Tuffs modei.ile and
kindly band. 01 whether lhy would
? '- ' ' ..'
rnlhcr tako tho tlmntcs of sdealltigJ
with Mr, itoosevell, who wouitl un
doubtedly be less gentle nnd more
radical. Tho cliolto Is wl(h them
liow; later on It will bo with the
people It they do not act."
It is doubtful If an) thing lias been
published convey lug, so well lo
tho public tho wholesomo fear of
Theodore llotlscvelt tlAit prevails In
the hearlH of n certain type of Wall
Stieot flnnliclero. Or It might bo
better to say that these financier1!
i.ro decidedly worried at tho ntti
tudo of tho people, and Itoosevell Is
tho only man who has thus far tak
en up tho cudgel mid gone at It In a
vvny that plcnse3 the ciowd.
BULLETIN NEWSIES I
CAPTURE PEARL HARBOR
(Continued from Page 1.)
chargo of thu boys for tho day, was
called In for umplro and his decisions
we ro tho cfitiso ot much ridicule (rum
the youthful fans. After hoiiio flvo or
six hours, ns It seemed to tho umpire,
when in fact It was but nu hour mid 11
half, thu reppors, captained by Dvvjght,
llio oMlco nu.ll clerk, vvhu Ivad rolled
up n score soniovvhero In the twenties
were declared tho w Itinera, us I'r.mlt,
lln "Ofllco Wonder," who cnplnlncd
tho Prow 1cm, declined his team was
not In foim and fm felted tho game.
Strange enough, llio umplro wiih freed
fioni and accusation of complicity Iu,
Ihe, outcome of the game. Tho truth
of tho inatlcnls though, that the Prowl
ers were hoodooed Iu llio flftli Inning
by the; signing ot nu outside plavor bv
tho Pcppcni. Tills was n jotmg white
girl clothed In bloomers'who had been
an Interested spectator of tho first few
Innings. A player Iu the Peppers do
elding to ictlro. uhu asked to bo nl
lowed to play. She wan quickly elected
a member of tho team, both teams ac
cepting her unanimously with n stiong
voto from tho sldo lines, much to the
vvoiry of tho uniplie, who was unde
cided Just how to act In the euro nut
tho ginin went on ns before ua thu
young lady proved to bo sumo bill
player, with tho exception tlitu the
boys' InngiLigo was much modified An
occasional bov who would forget, v.iio
was present Iu the excitement of the
gnmo, would meet the disapproval or
nil present nnd be properly squelched
b' a chorus of "Don't swear.! Don't
you know nothing?"
lollo-.vlng tho baseball game two
football teams wore organlred nn.l
strove with tho vigor of collenlans for
tho honor of victory. Tho 11 11 1 1 0 1 1 11
man must confess that 11 detailed ro
IMirt of this game cannot he given lis
he was busy at the time arranging for
tho dinner rush At 11:13 the tables
were already for the hundred and
twenty boys and thev were again
formed Into double column lino and the
iilti'clt on tho turkey began. Willi n
rudil'-iuii ss that canuot tin realized
Ihe) bad disposed of a goodlv lloe't of
Llrds end s"ivernl 1 minds or soil 1 water
nnd or- fJnnttlm: Jor lie. Tho plo
was dlsjiatt'ed wli'i-ovon moro sud
denness at In Jutt three lniinds that
lasted not ('-"en minutes llio boys
Were thrc " r-pist that would have
taken r 1 hour to down and
werr ' .or the distribution of
'" vhlrh had been named
b e boy 1 their choice for a llnalo
I j heir veiiily repast.
At -i dinner some ot tho boys
wlthc, . ay np.iiieut heaviness ot
body, declared they were ready for a
svvlm and ns most of llio residents of
the peninsula had been cleared from
the field tho boys nunlo n preconcerted
mlvnnco on the Water of Pparl Har
bor. Tor thu balance Of tho afternoon
they enjoyed a swim as only llawnllnn
raised boys can, somo of them swim
ming far out In search of n fabled
fcltaik. which they wero willing to wag
er they could beat to shore. A few of
tho older hoys during tho afternoon got
hold of .Mivorul boats and broke llio
monotony of tho swim by long cruises
uboitt (ho bay.
Along about 3 p. m. the locomotive
ot I lie special I rain leturned nnd thu
boys wuio slatted back for llonoliilu.
Llko nil lolllekihg ciowds the bovs
had gotten hold or a song Hint Imlt
caled their Tidings. It was n new
veislon or Hie r.inilllar "Wo'io Jolly
good fellows," with winds changed lo:
"Vye'10 Jolly good fellows
l-'or wc'io tho Iliillelln bojs,"
And so they are for tho II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11
man mid the Palm Cafe, men found
thoni so, for thu truth bo kiiown tho
only prohibited mischief of tho day
they Indulged themselves Iu was cast
ing pebbles ut plantation coolies as
(hey (lew along In thu train, nnd what
hunch of boys could leslst such an op
poiliiully to see n gtovvn-iu.) man Jump
ns n result or their pranks? Hut tho
boys aru alright In spllo or this llltlu
diversion they had. They oven leslsl
id n raid on some rlpo sumr cuiiu at
thu llal.iwii Mvllch wheiu tho spoilal
Those "Arnold" Goods
3i f" r to.
The Bishop Trust Company,
-L KO to nnnounco that on January 1st, 1910, they will
11 open a Ladles' Department In connection .with
W their Trust business, where ladles, desirous ot nav-
Ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
InvcU may call or correspond and receive advice ns to
opening a bank 'account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real cstnto, slocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class of security. Udder tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold properly'ln her own right.
Tho Bishop Trust Company feci that they havo been
fortunntc In securing for litis Department tho services or
Miss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known in tho business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager for eight years
past of Hlshop & Company's Savings Ilniilc. Miss Macln
tyro will havo an Wnce In tho Dlshnp Trust Company's
Uulldlug on Dcthol Streot, vvhcio alio will bo found dally
from 9 to 12, after tho 1st of January.
All accounts nnd, transactions strictly confidential.
A'tf "'SUvd Is a ,
Cloaked for the Climate
It has been our aspiration to secure a.
Ladies' Long Cloak .
suitable for this climate ever since they came into style.
We have them now awl arc offering them at prices ot
$4.00, $8.00 and $8.00 racli.
Another special that will appeal to the careful buyer
LADIES' YARN SWEATERS
, Priced at $2.00, $2-.50, $3.00, $3.50 nnd'$7.00.
L,. AHOY,- '
waited for tho Knhtiku fljer lo pass
ami this wns voluutnty on liu-ir part
becauso there wcru nut enough men 111
tho count! y to stop then II jIi.v lie 1
wauled to make a raid Mi ti- though
It wns as soneone said ! was not
goodness that kept them from starting
the laid, but that they wer- too tun
ns It was, to think about eating.
When they reached .town at I o'clock
Ihey wero by no me ins lacking. In llfo
nnd they stalled oft for Ihul" homes
Iu ns noisy a manner as Ihey begin
the Journey, nil declaring, buy like
Hint they wished lonioirovv was nnoth
er Thniiksglvinx du)i a t jA s
It. C Hi own Inspector of Immigra
tion, this morning leeeived a half doz
en single comb white, leghorns from
tho southern part of California. They
nrrlved on the Alameda.
The birds, which 1110 of tho finest
typo, will bo especially ciued for be
fore they will be placed on exhibition
at tho poultry show, to bo given in
Kiown, who Is lutoicstitl In the keep
lug ot fowl, said this 11101 nlng Hint they
will bo tho ccitter of attraction nt.lho
toinlng.poullry show. '
OIILLCTSW All!) MY
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF
t'ntll ftitther nolle c, the too ot
water upon the High Piessiirc, 01
Niliiaiiti S.vslctu, mom pailletilatb
deseilbed ns that portion of Hie sys
tem lying on both sides of.Js'iiumiu
avenue miilTmiiikii of nnd Including
School street, Thin stun avenue, Lit
i.nlilo sticet mid Wildci nvcnuo to
Mnklkt btieet for purposes of Int
ention Is hcicby pinhlblted.
.1. M. L1TTLN,
Supciliiteiidcut of llonoliilu
Superintendent or Public Woil.s.
Honolulu, D 11., November HH,
l')!i. ' II7U-l
THE, "ARNOLD" INEANTS KNIT
Competition has failed to approach
the degree of perfection so lonft'es
Inblislied by this band. It is seam
lens and has ndjtistublc shoulder
straps. A mca'siuc of iti fineness is
wdiultd bv tlr. latt Ih it it h nutlt,'
on mnkim... JjulUurf thirl - jL
ntidlu tc tfci iath. IHzt 40: and
PRIZES S25ANU $13.00
The Honolulu Dion lug and Malting
Company litis placed on display In Ihu
vvlnilov'8 of tho M.villoClgai Stoic 920
Port blieet. The Honolulu Drug Com
pany. 102 1 Kort strict, nud tho Ileal
1 ttate i:clinnge, 82 King ttrett, their
1910 cnlenihr. Tho subject "A' Hi each
of Piomlko Suit," reptcEenls a p.uty of
dogs holding court Iu a stable ono of
tl'.clr number, Mr. Pug, being defend
ed by Attorney Shep, In n. breach of
promltc suit bi ought against htm by
Thl3 plctuio Is by the celebrate i
painter of animals, O. M. Conlldgu, wlio
painted tho famous "Hold Uluft" and
"Waterloo", put out by tho Biovvcvy
two ycarB ugo. The woik has Bitch u
wealth of descilptlon In It Hint the
Ui on cry has dectdc.l to offer $23.00 for
tho best Interpretation of It and $in
for second best. Tho contest la open
to all mid tho only requirements are
that tho stories, which must not be,
over tbicc bundled words, bo mailed to
tho Honolulu Hie wing and Malting
Company in or befoio Saturday, De
cember I, vvlicu tho contest cIosch.
Three competent Judgss, to bo an
pounced later, will decido upon Hi"
wliiuero. All contesting will havo to
vlow'thu subjects from tho nbovo locu
lions as no calendars will bo Issue 1
until after llio contest nnd till innnu
scilpt must he wildcat plainly, on one
sldo of paper only and mailed, with
name and nddiess ot wiltcr, to Hoiks
lulu lliewlug H. Mailing, Cotupany, Cal
.Hilar Contest, Honolulu T. II.,
BULLETIJM ADS PAY
Thni (Highbred .Tiipancso pug dogs:
jcllnw and white, black and
white. Apply II., llulletlii oflTrc
Costs but little more than you
used to nay for .plated ware,
but it lasts a lifetime,
Our large stock comprises
evcijthiue from tlie smallest
spoon or folk lo Luge, l'midi
bowls nnd tabic services.
Stiictly New York pticcs pic
vail. II. T. Wichman
, & Co:. Ltd.,