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All Ready for Cushions
On Sale Saturday
Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor. Fort nnil Bcretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
Reduction Sale Begins Wednesday, December First.
K, UYEDA ,
102S Nuuami St.
Own Your Own
vAND stop paying rent
Anipuni St. Two cottages; lot 70x108; lent $40
per month; a bargain $3,000,00
Fuunui Six-room cottage; near Lililia St.; lot
Kapiolani St. Light looms; modern; a perfect
Kaimuki lots, near car line 350.00
Lusitania St. Six room cottage and bath 1,000 00
School St., near Emma Six rooms; a daisy .... 2,700.00
Hawaiian Realty Co.
83 Merchant St.
When -we tfet your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with tfood old
' PRINTER'S INK ;
tOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEW
FROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
m WILL RAISE
Reception And Music
Hoar Ailnilrnl Corwln V, Rees will
lin liciet to nil usseinbl igo tomorrow
inclining that will Include those prom
Incut In (illiclul, uillltur.v, commercial
niiil fix hi circles.
A protly two Btnrri'il Hag of a Hr-cr
Ailnilrnl will be hoisted ut Hie llmmlu
In Nuval Station ut Ii.ilf piiBt eluvcn
o'clock. Hit? ceruinnn) iittcndliiR tliu
lecclpt or it Washington commlHiloii
nulling Captain Hi.cn a tear ailnilrnl
ii tlio United States nivy will lie a
bilef lull Inteieslliis one.
No formal Invitation has been ex
tended ami a inrKo gathering or pcop.c
In expected will lio present.
At tlio raising of the Hoar Ailluli al'i
ll.iK a salute will lie flrt'il from tliu bit
tery ntiitloncil there.
October 25tli In thy ilato of Hear Ail
nilrnl Hoes' commission, which wail re
ceived In the last innll. Should his life
I o spared until September 4, 1910.
Lonr Ailnilrnl Hcos will ho retired. He
vai Inn n on September 4, 18 tJS, at
Iicllv, Ohio At sixteen jeara of ago
ho enlisted In the I1ft-fonrtli Ohio
VolimtoerR mill served with honor
throughout the CUM War In Slier-
innn'H urtiiy of Invasion,
filtering the naval academy at the
cliihi' of the war he has hi en promi
nently. litcntlfU-il with this branch or
the service since. Hear Admiral itees
has visited neirly nil portions of tho
I nbltnble Rlobe and participated In
Do c'm boinbaiilnicnt of Cnvlto und
Manila mid the tnklnR of those I'hllip
pine Island statloiiH In the late Span
FUNDS FOR THE SCHOOLS
(Continued from Pace 1.)
Iuxoh fur the cut li t: state u larRe
number and varletv of sudi taxes
ut by stntiitc authorized for couii-
tles nnil districts, thus allow Iiir
each lnc.illt the power to cany Its
own public sihools to a high ilegieo
of eveljence. ,
Tliu special sources of revenue,
for both the pciuianent and current
fund, show a suipilsiiiR number
nnil variety, such as tliu following:
(lifts, Rinnts, devises by Individ
Special endow menu.
Certain taxes on (orpor.it Ions,
Taxes on shown.
Tax on liquors.
I'oielKii life Insuranco.
Vending goods by sample.
Keeping eating houses.
Acting ns brokers.
Records of deeds.
Taxes on certain animals.
Inspection of oils.
1 III o of convicts.
Lease of ojster lands.
Ciiiolty to nnlniuls.
And besides this long nrrny n
tiumber of others nro made tilbutaiy
in education. Thus last ear New
York rj:elvcd from hoiiicch .otlior
than taxes, tuition and tfute'ald
for library, tho large sum of $1,-
Tho review brings out several
principles that must be Important to
iducatlonal s)slcms In any uge or
country, some of whlch,are tho fol
The Principle of Stability.
This Is particularly important in
our conduct of the schools. Tor In
stance, n mutilating wage Is disas
trous. A liberal wage, even, It paid
on u spurt, is liable to be partly a
wnste. Now the needed, stability, ns
wrought out by American oxpeil-
euce through more than a century,
If, piomotcd In two vvnjs:
1. Hy the permanent fund.
2. Ily tho specific tux, or by the
levjlng of a general tax In such view
of fcpcdtlo needs, as will afford a
tuft glial d against violent fluctua
tions. The law-making power Is always
In contiol, because tho leglslatuio
tnn amend at its will or make furth-
ir piovlslou. Hut theso general
IS LIQUID MALT
A JAGSOME FLUID?
Declared To Have Primo
Is liquid mnlt extract now dis
pensed by local druggists and others
n Jngsonle fluid?
License Inspector V. 1'. runncll
Is of the opinion that the dark blown
Hijulil, muchly cherished b many
seeking health und strength, pos
resses nil the nttrlbutes of a stimu
lant for not out) tired bodies, but
also Jaded Intellects, Tho ((inten
tion is tlioieforo i nlscil that the ex
tesslve uso of malt extinct will pro
duce us lust and hilarious a unite
of Intoxication us any beer Hint Is
I ow dispensed over the mnhoguuy
counters of nil down-town wet goods
Altornc) Leon Sirnuss, who reptc
seats u Chinese named John Wiing,
declared In Audrude's court this
morning that he ptoposed to make u
stiong and blttei light to determine
the status of this particular matt
beverage which has brought his
client before the authorities.
Tho Chinese is un oiuplove of n
place of business conducted by Took
& I.ok on Kort street. Inspector Ten
nell visited the shop )cstetday and
upon the shelves there greeted his
gaze a Joyous urray of "near beer"
In modest but inviting packages,
reniicll purchased one and prompt!)
had the beverage analjzed. This ex
amination resulted in u finding that
the malt extract contained I. Gl, pel
Kenncll declares Hint the product
of it local brewery possesses but .l.ft
mid I per cent nlcohul, and If this bu
true the mult has the l'rlimi backeil
off tho bai us a producer of delirious
Wutig wns arraigned at police
com I this morning, but upon a re
finest of Attorne Strauss, Judge
Amlrade granted u postponement or
the healing until Tiurfilay morning.
A partner in the store from whence
the beverage was purchased Insisted
that the mult which was eoullscuted
b) I'cnncll was Intended for his per
sonal uso. The niso promises to be
one of Intcresti Hi the disciple or
Prohibition as-well us to the hosts or
GLADDEN HEARTS OF
(Continued from Page 1.) v,
(runs donation of the organ received
fiom j cm onrthe IMtlr Inst. This
Instrument, which lias so often glad
dened tho luyrts of good men, will
now nld In tlpftlnRvlm clouds fiom
the minds a lid nld to dispel the
gloom w hicliWtirrdiiiida the lives or
the inmates oT litis Institution. The
fcood- peoplo wmTso often aid In song
service to hAntcn the lives of tlm
people will ulso appreciate jour
timely gift to them, and .1 can only
say In closing tliut jour thoughtful,
kind und generous gift is much ap-
preciated by ,
Jailer, Honolulu Jail.
TIIH INTER-ISLAND steamer Maul
Is on tho berth to sail for Hawaii po'ts
nt 5 o'clock this evening. Tho vessel
Is tnklng on a shipment of general car
a is n tt st tt it st tt st a 8 n st ts
Hie instruction of the jouth. . So
Important Is this principle of In
violability that probnbly no school
revenue sjstem In Hie world cun
i each tho highest degree of clll-
dciicy without Its practical und
The Principle of Local Flexibility
This is coming to bo understood
the world over In every department
of humnu Interest. It constitutes
one chief excollenco of our American
scheme of government; and It must
assuredly havo place among our
schools. Tliioiighout tho'country It
Is very hugely und effectively sc
curod li allowing counties nnil
school districts n rensonnblo option.
Docs u city wish to ndcj cookery or
tho kindergarten or manual or busi
ness training, within sped lied limits
tho voters nnd local authorities hav'u
the pi iv liege. Any ''enterprising
community can push forward, und
thus lead on nil the rest.
The Principle of Personal Contribu
tion and Initiative.
In every great movement partic
ular individuals nro moved to give
plnus, even though not incorporated (pet sounl I sslstanco. or even to add
lino tliu constitution or the stnte or
tliu Organic Act of tho Tcnltory,
but only emu ted by the Legislature
into operative laws, do actually so
me a full degieoiof stability. And
We illustrate one of the Beautiful
Suits which we are selling for $20.00 l
Just the Suit for businessman, medium
grey mixtures, black and blue serges.
There are , several other styles ' not
one of which can be duplicated else
where for less than $25.00. They are
really remarkable, values and OUR
guarantee goes with every Suit
Satisfaction or Your Money Back
THE PARK THEATER.
There is no cleaner hi more refined
iliow In (lie city than that ut the l'ark
Tluater. Tho plctuies recc Ived by the
management are not all used because
occasionally something creeps by tho
tensors In New York. Hut they do
not pass Mr. Congdon nnd tho result Is
that tho place is patronized by tho
best peoplo In the cltj because there
Is a certainty that u bliiuli w III not be
brought, to the cheek by an exhibition
Hint would not pass muster In u com
mrnlty whero cleanliness of morals Is
demanded. Theio v.lll be u foal in o
I' I mtonlght showing the perils of the
eoiiuti) Gill The title might stiggcbt
morn than there Is In the iilctme.
nniielhlug of tho story running In ul
New York magazine, but It Is not so ' a
It Is good w liolesoine photography put
THE NOVELTY'S SHOW.
Huppv" Jack Walker mid Miss .le-
notlo Cooper, nt the Novell), me nt-
l!intlni? tin. iniiUcnri.K tin v itcMervii.
1 1 shape rur tho iwnplo to Iook ut ami .UlHr KiniIK liniI dancing and com-
tjn.l .id ilih liti t-n rlnpil rnici.i rllfhttt
ttu no tiiu v.iiuii.ivtn iKB ihji (r,v nrlii niniitin flin In run rniUilu lit H
There nro a lot of other good pictures j ntlimi.r ml lmlst ,)0 Br,tfjn); , ,fi0,H
ui uu snow n uiiiiKiu uiiii iiur spninv ,,, lBvr ttll 8t.ciire,l their services asl
ling o. coineiiy nunc niincn ino .mci-, ,nll.rtIllllerB Honolulu The soft'
lictte slslers will do their tin n In their, ,, (Innc,nB of ..,,,,, . Jnck ,H 3l.
T"" j .....1 mo '" r-0IIry B(Mi an, ho Is revvnnlelt.
i ni'Mr.i nui iiiruiHii excc'iiciii iiiumu
during the evening.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 236.
o.iIMm Mttnnnl Koom Phnnf 185
with m in) ( ncores, , (,ood pictures m'Jvl
interspersed with the vaudeville at tliuM
T BULLETIN ADR PV
new facilities. This is nobly title In
matleis of educiiHon, niid'eveu In
connection with our public school
b) stems. We must Invito tho gifts
of those who wish to give. Wo
this stability can hardly be secured jshould not heg, but we should afford
under tho plan of nn annual or bi- tho opportunity. And this Is readily
cunlal uppropilutlou or it lump nun douu by tho prlnclplo of Inviolability,
by tho Legislature for all the Let om pciiiuueiit fund bo really
Mhools. iiiennmicnt. Let tbn nrlvutu citizen
know thnt ho cun tuld to Hie volume
stntutoiy of that fund thiough the hastening,
Invested ,)e.its Let him even add a new en
dowment, n pension thnt will enduro I
long after he himself has gone.
Thus prlvalo buneflceneo will In I
tlmo gieatfy expand our public ro-
The Piinciple of Inviolability.
This Is seemed by such st
cxpiesslons us "securely
nnd Inviolably preseived," "forever
Inviolate nnil Intact," by which nnd
similar explosions tho majesty or
tho law iniikes sacred thoso fundb
wl)lcli mo In peipolulty devoted to
If Honolulu had nothinc else but her military future tu boast of, it would be sufficient. It
is difficult for any one to estimate Honolulu's military possibilities with her favorable ideograph
ical position and the enormous amount of work contemplate 1 by the U. S. Government. When
you consider the extensive improvements under way, the larRe appropriations that have been
made by Congress and the number of banacks and forts being established, you can readily see
that Honolulu is going to be the greatest military point the world has ever known.
SCH0FIELD BARRACKS. FORT SHAFTER, FORT RUGER. FORT DE RUSSY, FORI
ARMSTRONG, THE NATIONAL GUARDS. MARINES, ARTILLERYMEN, AND BATTALIONS
OF ENGINEERS may some day number TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND MEN, increasing the pres
ent monthly pay-roll of $50,000 to $500,000 or more.
GREATER PEARL HARBOR MEANS A GREATER HONOLULU
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11, 1809. President Taffs first work on his roturn
from his tour abroad was to give his attention to matters relating to the develop
ment of American interests in the Pacific.
One of the vexed questions of the administration and department has been the
relative amount of work that should be done in shaping- the plans for the fortifica
tions of Hawaii and the Philippines.
President Taft today gave his approval to the recommendation of the ioint army
and navy board making Pearl Harbor the greatest naval center of America in the
Pacific. Temporary equipment 'only will be nrovided for the Olongano naval Sta
tion in Subig Bay, and the improvement of Cavite and Manila harbor will be aban
doned, the theory of the board being that the Army will be relied upon to protect
This decision is very important in its bearings on the development of the
naval and military policies of the country in the Pacific. All the great work of
the navy will go on at Pearl Harbor.
Admiral Sebree's fleet during its recent visit distributed over $300,000 in Honolulu
within one week. This will give you some idea of what may be expected when the Pearl Harbor
Naval Base is completed and Honolulu becomes the naval center for the entire Pacific. The pay
rolls of the fleet that will be stationed at Pearl Haibor. together with the regular monthly pay
rolls of the several forts and barracks in the city will make Honolulu's military income run
into many millions of dollars annually. With such a promising military future you will find
us correct in our claim that property purchased in the KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS
TRICT today Is sure to increase to many times its present value. Our prices $500, for corner
lots and $400 for inside lots, size 75 ft. by 150 ft., with liberal installment terms, gives you a
splendid opportunity to make a safe and profitable investment, and secure a beautiful ocean
view homesite. J
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Rooms 37 and 38 Young Building, Honolulu, T. II.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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