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AILY ami WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
Dily every day except Sunday. Weekly isiued on Tuesday of each week
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESI,
vVllnco li. Pfirrlngton. . Kdltor
BUBSCIIIPTION RATES PAYABLE TN ADVANCE.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
1 t?, I Hi
The test which docs us nil Rood
nnd enables us to do our work well,
is the rest of the heart the Sabbath
of the soul. James Freeman Clarke.
Tho II u I 1 ' II ii Washington
corrcsiiondcnt, lm Is close to tho
Congressional nm lingers, sat a tliat it
ship Bithxldy l.iw In some form la
rtirlnlll III p.'lFK Hie ClllllllU SCSSlotl
nl Congress. Tin' rurriiipiiiiilciit or
tint imiruliin :t it-i announce t lint
iho ship milinlil) law Inn u small
chance of sucu-si. Till' II 11 I I ' I I ti
ln-llcies that tlio iiiuipnlgii for Hie
American iiii-relumi martin will
biiri'l) win. iitnl tin 111 u loiivlni't'ii
Hint Hawaii's :i r'il iiml prospoious
future Id best consorted by stulug
with tin' light fin miiru AmerlcanUm.
SliGlitSTIUNS FOR IIULLLTIN
Alwn.is ,iln'.ut or tlio Hint's ntul
leading. Hit' tin II ell 11 wilt offer
to Its putions in 1 lie near future oiu
or llm most iittracllic ii'tm n fur
Follcitltig siiliKi'ilpilona Hint lias i'l
II will lii an oppiii limit) to ttpoml
11 intuit li or more In travel llnoiigli
mil' or Hit' mint magnificent BceliU
mules of ttiu woiiil.
Tlio trip abroad for popular toting
people of tlio Islands lias been a foa
tnrn Introduced liy tills paper that
lias iiIwiijh been popular because
, or Its educational worth. Throiign
llm agency of tills paper many people
luivt; liml an oppoittinlty to get a
view of rouilltlims outside thu In
lands for will rli tliey wculil other
wise liavo hail to wait ears. They
hate enjoyed Iheiiibeltcs, and, best
of all, sained much that has been or
Willie to t lii-iii through nil time.
Plans aio .now being shaped for
the Itlnetnry of the tour that will
bo auiioiiuceil liner. What wn now
M'oK I3 a few suggestions from II 11 1 -I
i! I I II people.
I'ioiii lime In time the IS u I 1 c -t
I 11 has reeelveil Intimations fiom
lis patrons that they would like to
H'O tliu jciiing men Included In tlio
lank of Hi 0 jo whose friends wish to
fhow their good will by assisting
thf'in In gaining a summer oiiIIiir;
otlieni have usUcil that theio be no
llliu dtnwn between the jouiig 111011
anil the ouiik waiiien, ami still
othei-H linvu liislsteil that the jouiik
ladles a 10 not only mote poimlar, but
lliu moil ilewnliiK of lowaul ami
tlio hett riirt.eutntlves for the Tor-'
Hawaii's )iitniK people are ti
eiollt to thu Territory, ami the
joiiiik women lire ulw;i)s attractive,
'l'hi'ro van bo no illvlslon of opinion
011 that seme.
, The II 11 I I 0 t I 11, howovcr. will
be pleased to luivo exiircsslons of
'iipliilou from Its pillions as In the list
of eatiilltlates that should bo consid
ered. The letters containing the
MiKgestlons should be addressed to
the " II ti I lot I 11 Tour Depart
ment" and signed by the wrllcrs.
These letters aie not for publication,
but to brliiR tlio manairement In
closer touch with what tho pations
of tho papeis winh.
Wd want siiKfjcstlons from sub
H'rlbcM and Inteicstnl supporters In
every section of the city nnd the out
bldii Islands. The tixnicr they mo
presented tin, belter, but do not de
lay or hesitate for fear others may
liaio m.'ido your point. or Hint yours
will be loo Into.
. MAINLAND VIEWS
1 (Continued from Page 1.)
Kroat from vvllhln ns fiom without.
Under the title "The Key to the I'.i
elllo .Must lie 1'iotecteil," tho i;xam
luei says edltoilally;
Tho Washlnsinii dispatches of "The
1 I'.vaiiilnei" linllcito that the Adnilnls
'Ifeft tr"ll,u lias awakened to tho Imiwnt
1' Bt Ulll'oor I'oiirl llurlior. The eliei uleg of
g ,' thu War Department are lo be concern
l9r- trilled 011 the foiillleatlon of iln.t i,r.
(V- C ''or. mid tliu Navy Department will
ly onslriict works that will ninke it i.no
. Of the ClllllllM's Cll'.lt llimil S...u..u
' 'It him Ioiik been the opinion of mil
,111 strateKlRts that Hie pimer that
I'olds I'eaii Harbor will eonliol the
.raclflB ocean. It U the one harbor
wilhln 11 vast area tli.it e.in lie iivo.i no
' 11 naval bare. It Is the only no that
j- will nii'iiimiicHl.i!o.!i j!eniileet unit
Ttl tin 1 1i.iv... 1 f.. lit. -1 .
t, f "" ,mh viiinfvii 'Miiii ruii.ur (iliti cuii
Rooms, - 185
Office, - 5U
tt.tetn! nl the PtMtniT.ee tU Hmmluu
a RtToiitl Um imtirr.
NOVEMBER 27, 1000
IIAU7II SCHOOL FACTS.
Till: I'llOIIUJMh OP KAl'H IN
It Is n matter of obseivatloti that
lliero are In the Ten Hurt of Hawaii
a ter KratlfilliK nuniber or ex-optionally
ellliient le.iihets Kxieii
HoiKil ellliieliey may be evimed In
eeeitlonally favorabl etit Ironmetit,
or. ns not lnfreiioiill.v lias haiipelioil.
II may be illnooveled or developed by
1 xiopllou.illv iiiilowanl elreiimitauc
m ('iiinilleati'.l liuei national lela
lloiis have develoied the Ki'eal diplo
matist, a eilsls in 1 lie nffaliH of a
pioplo has piotluicil the Bleat
klaiiwinau, haul times and a light
for exUteiieo hate compelled an In
dustry Into leorKanliillons and new
method thai have made for It a
Kreat future. So II ma conceivably
be In the matter of teaching.
If. falling to II nil 1111 explanation
of elllrlono) elsewhere, one should
set out to lool; for illlllcultles kh til -ulent
to put the tearheis on their
mettle, one need not loot, in vain.
The school proposition of Hawaii has
! in a grovviiiK population a very
lupldl) giovv lug one.
Si hoid attendance Is four limes as
e.real now as it was In ISTH. This
Is nn Increase of :ii)U per cent In
The number of available teachcis
lias In all that time ami earlier been
far below tho need. S.ilailes of
teaeheis have been alwavs Inade
quate and at times distressingly low.
I'nrertlllented leather of delliient
tiunllhi minus have been employed In
Ov'ciciowdltig of buildings has
Appiopilatlous of money have
been estimated on the basis of past
leiiulreiiients rather than of the
Ki owing pit-sent or the gi eater ru
Per caillta tost of education has
been kept below that of other pin
pif'xslto iliiimiinlllos below AV
KltAdK cost In the United Stales
notwHIislamlliig the riet thuLIn Ha
vvnll the cost of t-iliiritluK 11 public
school iiiipil is dlstilliiited among tell
of population' n- agninst a ratio of
a Utile less than one 10 live In tho
t'nlli'd Slates as a whole
Staled In other wolds, though the
men of Hawaii liavo had less than
half tlm burden of public education
than men oNewheie .110 bearing, et
they have not boon willing to heal
even this half Inn den either capably
or with entile cheerfulness.
Inspect Ion of our schools has been
scant mid Intermittent.
Siipeivislon In any gcneiiil senso
lias not been obtained.
Piinclpals of tchools liavo been
held down to an exacting loutlue of
grade u oik.
.Medical Inspection of schoolB has
been Inadequate and lufreiUeut and
at times pretty nearly given up.
Public tcliool pupils hnve for tho
most part been chlldum of very poor,
mid fcometlincH of Improvident par
ents. Home Interest In tlio bilnglng
up of chlldien Is delliient, nutrition
Is defective, and child labor Is In
many cases excessive. The poverty
of the homo and tho paislmony of
Iho Stato hato kept equipment
of school children far below that le
qulred for tho best lesults School
Agent Cox In Addiess to Teachers'
striictlon shops nnd protected with no
I'm rlit-i more. It Is tho 0110 point from
which an attack can bo made by an
Asiatic power on tho California coast.
Asia Is too far away to mako posslblo
a naval campaign against San Fran
cisco or nuy oilier American poit.
AHer a 7,n0u-inllo voyage a fleet would
piobably ho In 110 condition to light a
battle until refitted. And beyond all
question, 11 defeat would mean until
filiation. imU-ss there was a base to
which tho vessels could rctlro for to
pairs nnd flush stores.
It Is Imperative that wn should guar 1
against attack by making Pearl Har
bor Inipregnablo. It should bo eqiilpK-d
lo impair and lellt a tleot battered by
Hint in or Initio. Hut esitoclally It
hlmulil bo mi. fortified that no enemv
cnu capture It with any foiee that can
be hiought itR'ilnrt II
Today Pearl Harbor could bo seized
liv a sudden dash. With Peail Harbor
III inly held no enemy will leach tlio
hIhhvh of California.
QOr SULLETIN ADS PA.Y "MB
A 5 room house: 1
bed room ; electric
lights; modem im
Lots $250 each.
Lots $700 uji.
Lots $500 and $600.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. ST 0CKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
For Rent Unfurnished
TOR RENT UNFURNISHED
Hew nntl strictly modern 3 bed
room cottnRC on Knniolnni St. Ready
on Jan. 1st '
Small 2 bedroom cottnRC in Fern
Place; within ten minutes from the
ctntcr of town. Cottage is nicely
finished nnd well arranged.
For Rent Furnished
Nice 2 bedroom cottnee 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 Co.,
FOR' FORT SHAFFER
ARMY WAGON DRIVER INJURED;
IN COLLISION WITH CAR
MODERN BAKE SHOPS AT
POST NEW AMBULANCE.
I'riday afternoon about -::io '
o'clock, while driving along King ,
fctreet, an electric car collided with
tho rear end of u Kurt Shnflcr wagon
ill hen by teamster Robinson, knock
ing Hobliihon to the ground, one
wheel p.ibslng over one of his feet, j
He sustained no' set long Injuiles. unit
although ho Is now In the hospital II
Is expected that he will be hnck to I
tils work In a short time. No il.un- '
ago was done to the wagon or team.
cotpornl Jauic.1 of company B
was admitted lo tho Kort Shatter
Hospital with a rupture, suppoied
to have been caused from practicing
Our leader for this week is a prop
erty on Nuuanu St., near corner of
Beretania. 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.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
Kalihi 2B.R. $15.00
1818 Anapuni 2B.R.. 20.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 22.00
Beretnnia 2B. R.. 25.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
Inwari 4 B. R. . 25.00
283 Vineyard St... 3B.R.. 30.00
1227Matlock Ave...2B.R.. 30.00
1111 Kinnu St 3B.R...32.50
725 Kinnu St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Beretania St 3B.R . 40.00
Thurston Ave 4 B. R. . 40.00
Beretnnia St 3B.R.. 40.00
1280 Beretania St.. 5B.R.. 40.00
Wnikanc 4B.R. .$30.00
Pacific Heights . . .
1087 Beretania St.
5 B.R.. 100.00
Nuuanu 5B. R.
Arc different from the average be-
cause they are distinctly
If you want to send a
On Sunday you will find the office
open from.8 to 10 in the morning.
lug-of-war. He Is Improving and
In ii much better condition Hum
A new fancy rubber-tire ntubu
lante was leecltcd lit Kort Shatter
Kiblay to be used In connection with
the hospital, Kort Shatter now has
two up-to-date aiubiilaiiies and Is
well equipped in cato of emeij,ency.
New Bake Shop .
The bal.e shop at Kort Shafter In
tun mi Ideal plans, nnd no better
blend can be hud than blf.id baked
In this shop. The baking Is done by
two competent men. Privates Mc
Kcurle and Smith, both of Company
C. Cleanliness and neatness is their
motto, litem) Is furnished to the
otllct'is, thu hospital nnd four com-
I'iiujs. In ftvery t' S. post there
will be found at all times compe
tent bakers, as each tompany sends
men to the helmed for bnkcis about
twice n ear. Two men from Kort
Shafter aio now at tho linking
School nt Presidio, San Kranclsco,
nnd one liioto man will ho Bciit on
tho December transport. Tlieio aro
also two men nt the rchool for couku
nl the Presidio, and two more will
be scut ott the December transput t.
A short time ago n letter was re
ceived from Private HuTger, Com
1 any (1, now- at the bakery schocil,
leportlug that nil the men Hint are
llieru fiom Kort Shafter arc pro
greasing nlcel) nnd ench man seem-'
Ingly taking an Individual Interest
nnd no doubt but what these men
will return competent cooks and link
trs. Rccnlist. -1
Notlllcttlou was received nt lArt
Shatter I'riday stating that 'linn
Martin, formerly sergeant In Com
pany (I, and .Hies nasllngcr, former
1 cotpornl In Company (1, wltoiwcro
discharged about the Kith Inst., hato
rc-enllHted In the Sixteenth Infantry,
now stationed at, Kort Crook, Ne
braska.! Doth men were expert
rlllcmcii, first-class soldiers and N.
('. olllceiH nnd nil tho boys at Kort
Shnftcr wcio horry to lose such good
A conti'iiet has been nwanled to
place electric lights In some of the
buildings' at Koit Shutter. It Is ex
pected that Kort Shnftcr will be
entirely' lighted by electricity very
soon. This will bo lunch nicer, as a
large amount of oil Is totisitiucd
dally, and It takes a great deal of
work to en re for tho oil lamps. The
Ktieets at the present time are light
ed by Inrge oil lamps, but these do
not gle the necessary light. Klec
1 1 Ii- lights would be much more eon
tctilent and durable) and the light
would be ihiieh better.
Out nt Kort Do Iltissy last night
lliero was a line show and the Kngl
reers ceitalnly made nil their guests
feel nt home, A lcuuirknhly good pin
gram was staged alid nil thu tutus
were much enjoyed by the Vidlcncu.
Ilecltiitlons, songs nnd boxing exhl
billons, kept eterybody amused till
tliu time to turn In came around. The
v.holo utenlng was toted a hage suc
cess and the hope expressed that thcro
wouiii ho plenty or the sntne kind of
ciilcrtnlmncuts In (he future.
The Thn.ter Piano Company liavo an
enormous stocky of high grade planes
III their Hole) 'street store on which
Ihey are making a twelve to llfleen per
cent illtcnuut duiliig the holidays, A
Piano makes nn excellent girt that
gltes pleasure to the entire household
and with this opportunity of special
prices offered should appeal greatly to
tho Chtlstmns buyer. Shoppers are In
tiled to visit the storo and listen to
(.elections on the pianos while they are
The iiiaiiufactiiio of ohln shingles
ami boards continues nt Pahoa, Doth
aio very slicing, the shingles being
slightly nariemer than those ordinar
.HMPMMPP.apppwnP i mbw
Prices To Fit
We arc certain that if you visit
cur store now while our holiday line
is complete that you will find just
the article you are looking for as a
gift for some friend.
The buying is made as easy here
as the selecting of the article, as wc
have ranged the prices of our goods
to suit the purse ,of every buyer.
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California iid
Mew' York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for tin
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
Those "Arnold" Goods
The Bishop Trust Company,
BCO to announce that on January 1st, 1910, they will
open n Ladles.'' Department In connection with
their Trust hilslneis, tvhero ladles, desirous nf sav
ing monoy. or with property Interests', or funds lo
Invest may call or tor respond and iccelve advice as lo
opening 11 bank aWouiit, piiHIng their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, slockx or bonds, ' r lilvcsllng In
tiny other class of. seem liy, Under the Laws of thu Ter-
a woman can hold
Tho lllshop Trust Company feci thnt they have been
fortunate in scctirlnif for this Department tho services of
Miss J. T. Mnclntyro, who is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager for eight years
past cf lllshop &. Company's Savings Hank. Miss Macln
tyre will have nn olllce In tho lllshop Trust Company's
Ilullilliie on llethel Stiogt, whero shn will bo foiind dally
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January,
All accounta and. transactions strictly confidential.
Santa Claus Headquarters
Toys by the Car Load
And Cheaper This Year Than Ever
. CALL IN AND INSPECT OUR MAMMOTH STOCK.
WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY
YOUR MONEY SAVERS
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Kred M. llrnnt nrilted from tho
Coast by tho Kuterpilso with the Inteu
Hon of locating nt Hllo or In Honolulu.
Mr. llrnmlt Is an accountant and has
been associated with latgo concerns on
"ARNOLD" INFANTS' KNIT
Competitlon'has failed to approach
the degree -of perfection eo long cs-'
tablisheU 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 mado
on machines knitting thirty six
needles to the inch. Price 40o and
In WW "hi i1 1 "Ii ii1 J1 III ii1 1 'til
piopoily In her own ilgtt.
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 pre
vail. H. F. Wichman
r& Co.. Ltd.,
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