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THURSDAY DECEMBER 2, 1909
Ire you in earnest Seize this very
rVhat you can do, or think von can,
begin it. Goethe.
II look ns'lt wo wore on tlio sldo
y. tliu Nicaragua rebels,
uAbo ItuefVheallh haH doubtles lic
S.mo mi no ilcllcalu as the piospect fur
1p ri'IoiiHu improves.
fi If Hnllov'H comet can bring a flrst
llass observatory lo tlie College or
Hawaii, ll Is Veil worth while.
Our public school first. This mut
So the attitude (if tlio people of Hh
wall ir they are to bo thoroughly American.
' Judging fiom the pi Ice that Is of
fued for tlio privilege of handling It,
championship prizefighting Is the
tleatest fchow on earth
Thcro have been atiil will bo other
Admirals but none ho can ever quite
Ffiko tho place Ai'mlrnl Hees has mado
for himself In Honolulu.
I Honolulu ami the whole Territorial
progress has made the best headway
under tho American schenio of (level
r.pmcnt, so why desert the flat; at this
Hago of the frame.
Suspend tho coastwise shipping law
li Its uppllcatlou to Hawaii and with
in llvo ycnis tho transportation be
tween this naval outpost and tho main
land will bo In the hands of Japan.
j'U lit becomes tho protected people
of .Honolulu to petition Congress for
Hglslntlnu that will sever the last
i.l rand that holds the final vestige of
itlio American merchant marine from
ccmplcto, wreck on tho rocks of for
Unite for tho upbuilding of the
'American merchant marlno and within
llvo years Honolulu will bo carrjlng
jIIh increasing travel In American pas
senger ships owned In Honolulu and
controlled In Honolulu for the best scr
iV.'co of our people.
N Any funds for the observatory (hat
will glvo tho public a good view nf
M alloy's comet and become n pet ma'
pT.ent scientific fixture for tho uso n!
ft tic people, may bo left at tho 11 u 1
1 o 1 1 n ofllco and will bo turneil over
to the proper nulhorltlcs.
Mr. Ah'ijulth'n iwivu nssuies that tlio
woild In which lo choose their play
ground do not travel on freight
steamers that carry cattlo on the
decks, line their promenades with
lien coop's, anil arc unsuppllcd with
stewardesses, doctors and other lux
uries that millionaires can afford
This is a perfect representation or
tho dirty bird IliJt fouls Us own
nest. It will be quite natural lor
tourists to llilul. Uio most exagger
ated evil of Honolulu transportation
when within our own city Is found
nn element that speaks In such ma
licious and unwarranted terms ol the
American merchant marine.
A 5 room house: 1
bed room ; electric
lights; modern im
Movements. P r i o e
Lots $250 each.
Lots $700 up.
Lots $500 and $600.
283 Vineyard St
. .3B.R.. 30.00
1227 Matlock Ave...2B.H. 30.00
1111 Kinau St. . . A.3B.R...32.50
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Beretania St 3B.R,. 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R. . 40.00
Beretania St 3B. R.. 40.00
1280 Beretania St...5B. R.. 40.00
Waikane 4 B. R. .$30.00
Waikiki 2B.R. . 35.00
Wnikiki 5B.R.. 50.00
Aiea 3B.R.. 50.00
Pacini Heights 4 B. R. . 40.00
1087 Beretania St. ..SB; R. .100.00
. 5 B.R.. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. ST 0CKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
TF you ' have a
house that 'you
want to rent fur
nished let us know
We have many
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
notion (if tho Huuso of l.i. iU will be
'( ah led (ii 'tho pcoplo of Kiiglaud on
n direct', Issue. Theio can bo no be'
f egging, tho people's minds with doubts
AHiolhor It Is taxes, tariff or Umls on
.which public opinion Is sought.
b Them Ujiij iloubtUint every avallt
nolo HIcK lias lict'ii rcsorlcil to in oru-
i"- to gct'Dotectlvo l-eal out of the po
ire derailment, and It Is to bo hoped
that tho Grand Jury will go us thor
oughly Into tho general administration
cf tho police as It may Into tho conduct
Japan's navy without Admiral Togo
will ho hatdly- worth mentioning with
tho crowd outsldo Japan. Ho was to
LJupau wihnt Dowey was to America,
mid though tho navy may grow In pow
er of ships and efficiency of officers,
tho crowd has a short memory for all
but tlio Wro who mado good with the
F.l'htlng'mnohlno In tlnio of need.
I ..- .
Buperintendent Campbell publishes
an alleged Interview In which ho states
(that the Bui I (.tin mlsioprcsoutod
.l.lo .t.a.I't .... Il.. .... iinasliln rf ...I. .........
,,D UU1.U ml HIV W lll P,l, I,, ni.WJf
tMid liiiiillngs, Hiipeiliitenilciit Camp-
rneii woiini niivo spolfeii viltli a gi eater
digieo or iiccuniry, Ijinl ho staled that
ftlio Hullo tin gavo a correct state
Euiciit of tho iiiidei'btaudlng the Com
mission on Wharves and Uindlngs had
ol Mr. Campbell'. contention, To lay
It onto the newspaper Is always con-
wnlciit but tho uewsp.iper iisunlly
Inlitu ll... Fiiolu ,.., ei-",.! !
A (Oiftmniiorarv. with a wiiiuIiiiuh
( teii&u of tliu Illness of things, wants
to know why tnoo HpoKiinn minion-
aires did not try some other boats If
ho l'uclfiu Mall icfuseil to accent
Btla'lr J.ymary liookings. Simply for
lth"o rent-on that millionaires' Out on
SlioJldal-jmiU with 'lliu whole wide "iuliilcuailcu of Aiiicilc.ui pieslluc In
TAFT SHOULD MOVE WITH CARE.
Circuit Judge Do Dolt has receiv
ed the unanimous endorsement of the
liar Association for tho position of
Assoclato Justice of tho Supremo
Actordlne to nil Indication Jir.
De Holt has no more chanco of re
ceiving tho oluntnry endorsement
of the Governor "ot tho Territory or
tho npp'rqval pf tho Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court than ho has ol
being recommended for tho post ot
Assoclato Justlco of o unueu
States Supreme Court.
No one'knows this better man me
mbers of the liar Association who
leucwcd their endorsement.
There Is every 'rcabon to believe
that the f.ovcrW did not take tho
cpportunlty to let the public know
of Justlco Wllder's contemplated res
ignation because he was anxious to
bo free from the De Dolt difficulty.
Ho wanted to talk with tho Presi
As tho situation now stands, tho
President has either to again snap
his fingers in the face of tho Uar
Association and appoint the man
lecommcnded by tho Governor, or
strike a mtdillo ground and namo a
man who U neither tho Governor's
caiulidato nor the particular selec
tion of the Dar Association.
The conclusion of the liar Associa
tion to stand pat on De Holt carries
Its own inference as to the measure
pt apiirnval that organization bus for
the Governor's previous reuimnicnda
tlon to the Supremo llcnch. ThC liar
Association knows that the Governor
did not want De Holt' to fill Justlco
llallou'g place, and ho docs not want
De Holt to fill Iustlco Wllder's place.
Whom tho Gou-rnnr wishes to
name for the position ho Is alilo to
Keep u hecrct.
Tho situation Is meli, however, as
tu warrant tho moit eaieful Investi
gation nn tho pint of tho Attorney
General of tho United States and the
I'lesldcpt In order that' they may
bo certain of naming for the Assocl
ato Judgeship a man who will digni
fy tho position and make a first-class
Judge, rather than olio who wjll Bat
Ikfy tho greed of an otllclnl faction
for nbsoluto control of all tho centers
of Justlco regardless ot better judicial
material being available.
SHIPS AND OUR NATIONALITY.
There Is Just as much cause to
nrguo for tho suspension (if tho re
striction against the Immigration of
Japanese as'.'tliero Is 19 demand the
suspension, of.-.tho coastwise .shipping
lawstpn'tho. ground that this Terri
tory Isloslng money by Its Inability
to make use. of Jananeso bteamers.
Suspension of, tho rule against tho
immlgrntfon of Japanese to this Ter
ritory would easily add ten millions
of dollars a year to tho Incomo ot
this community. Jt would first ro
duco tho pilco of wages arid also al
low more claborato Industrial ex
pansion. It wpuld also put tho Territory of
Hawaii more completely In tho Imnil.i
of tho Japaneto.
Suspouslluu of the coastwlso ship
ping laws framed by, tho United
States Government to protect and
build up American shipping would,
iii-cordjiig to a statement credited In
the President of tho Merchants' As-i
toelntliin, iiicrtaso tho income of
Hawaii s;i,i;oo,()()0 a scar.
It would also, turn tjio transporta
tion bitblncbs between Honolulu and
tliu Parllh! Coast Into jho hands or
Since tho people of Honolulu know
tho liiipuitanro of tho nnvy to tho
these waters, and the vital Import
ance to the nnvy lit a merchant ma
rine, it docs lint seem posbIIiIo that
they should so far rorgct themselves
as to tnko bteps that will throw the
control of the merchant marlno of
these waters Into the hnjiiU of the
nearest and most aggressive foreign
Our country needs tho support ot
tnon whojircfcr their country and Its
Increased prcstiRe to the prospcilty
urn! the prestige of Jnpan..
We need citizens who believe In
America, who stand for America and
who sco the best futuro of Hawaii
secured through an ever-Increasing
number of Amcrlcan-bullt and 11a-wnllnn-owned
Let Hawaii stand n the Old Guard
slood for Aiverlcanibiii, and help
build up tlie merchant marine, as It
has done what It could to build up
the navy. i '
DEPUTY ATTORNEYSHIP '
Are different from the average be-'
cause they are distinctly
'Continued from Pace !.
than can possibly bo handled by one
attorney. His department will hnvo
to Jiandle the Grand Jury, draw up
tho indictments, prepare the cases
for trial and represent the govern-! County Attorney's position wrts orlg-
.. v.,i ... .iiv iii uciuiu iuu iiikuii inally sinned a rew weens ago.
To accommodate its many patrons
THE WIRELESS OFFICE
Will be open on Sunday mornings
from eight until ten o'clock.
Court, and as many ot tho cases are
Important ones, and an the Investiga
tion and handling of the case of
murder at Mana, which took placo
last week, will all tnke much time.
It may bo considered certain that
County Attorney Ileers will mako a
request of tho Board of Supervis
ors for tho appointment of n Deputy
The main question In who will bo
appointed, and the application of
the process of elimination to the
membership of the locnl bar will
show that there Is really but very
lit t lo chol c. Attorneys Harry Ir
win and Wiso hnvo both a hu'go
number or criminal cases on their
hands, icprescnting tho defendants,
and this would, of course, mill 1 11 to
stinugly against their availability a.i
Under .the supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Tan 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Tho only locnl attorneys who n-p-
rcsent no defendants on the criminal
calendar are Carl Smith, Terry iiml fH
Heen. Of these thrco Hecn seems to ji
hnvo tho best chance,, as far us c.tn
be Judged at present, ns Kerry would
probably bo no candidate, us he was
1 ot such w'hen the rest of tho lo
cal attoiues weid ri tho rare, and
ah Carl Smith has the point against
him tjmt tlie County Attorney has
been illieclcd by the Supervisors to
present to the Grand Jury tho mat
ter of the Mntemcnts mado by Mr.
Hlinth Jut after tho uecasjon when
the Hoard of Supei visors had slopped
his salary and had withdrawn Its
npptov.tl of his appointment as Dep
uty County Attornoy by the late
County Attorney Charles Williams.
Among the other iiuestlnns which
prosecutors. Tho samo holds good.ir,ny bo bioiight up at tho coming
In tho case of Attorney l.o Hloiid, Uesslon or tho Hoard, It Is repoiled
nnd It Is not llkoly that ho would that tho nppntnlini'iit nf an ufllrlnl
ucccpt the position In uny ceiit, as iliiiurfi'iii- In lake caio or and run tho
ho declined t lie a candidate 'for that 'county autiiiiiobllo Is being consider
office when tho ram for tho Deputy ed. In view rtf tho icceiit disasters
which the auto bus encountered, it
appears that boiue of tho Superylsors
believe that, as n last chance, condi
tions might be nimewhat bettered
by the employment of an pxpeit, who
would be nble-lo devote his entire
time r.nd a'tciitlon' tu the patient.
Deputy Slu-ilrr I'cller. who has been
In clmrgi nf 1 he machine slnco It
whs Mist -u ed' by tliu county, has
uiricl.il 1 .1 attrnd to lather
lliu ' i a chauffeur, and it
.Kit) . to ask that, already
i-worl.c iilllcial to spend his.
cp.ire 'lino monkeying with 11 dc
cie,'.i . .chine. Whilo the Super
visors last month decldeii tu offer tho
nutn fur sale, there appear tu have
been no blddeis who lire willing l1
pay anj thing ,llko the prlcoNw'.iIiii
the nuto originally cost the county,
uinl If some of tho members of tho
Hoard aro right, it Is cxiremeiy
doubtful that tho Hoaid will ever be
ulilo to get Its money back. The,
Idea of getting a good machine lias,
however, by no means been fVlVcn up.
but whether the County will have
two machines or will mako up Its
mind to sell tho olif whlto elephant
ut 11 sacilllco remains n question.
Real Estate for Sale
We were rfaht about our Kaimuki
Bargain. It sold, and sold quickly.
We have more bargains. Let us
show you our Manoa Valley bargain.
Either as an investment or for a
home it fills the bill.
in the price of
TO introduce a new GRASS RUG to
Honolulu,, by-special arrangement
with Messrs W. & J. SLOANE, we shall sell
for a short time as follows: .
Plain. Rugs Figured. Rugs
18x30 at ?0.33 3Gx2 l!75
21x45 at 0.55 '1 fi. G in. x 7ft. G in. . 3.25
27x54 at 0.85 G ft. x 0 ft 5,25
30xC0 at 1.00 8 ft. x 10 ft 7.G0
36x72 at 1.50 9 ft. x 12 ft . .... 10.00
4 ft. G in. x 7 ft. 0 in. nt 2.75
G-ft. x 9 ft 4.50 Buy
:;;::;:;;:::::::::: S American Goods
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Retail Store. Alakea and King Sis.
ADMIRAL BEES' FLAG IS RAISED
(Continued from rase 1)
filed ri out tho billery.
Piovloiis to tho raising r tho pen
pant, a photograph or tho Admiral, sur
rounded by tlio ulllcors or tho .United
Slates Army and Nnvy, ami niemb'ers
of tho Consular Cori-J, was taken, Con
sul General Uono ami Hiltlsh Cgnsul
Korsler w'oro their 'Consular unlfor'nrfc.
Chtneso Consul Cluing Hal wmu tho
icibo or his otTlclal rank, tho whole par
ty presenting an unusually Interesting
assembly as it was grouped on tho
liwn in front of thu station,
After tho ilflgJinpiinK. .wlllph , Was
Nothing more stylish
and and appropriate for
a Xmas Gift than a
Silver Mesh Bag
We have'one of the
largest and most varied
assortments in the town.
I'fiiteiibauer nnd vice t on-1
-tAII the way fiem
ies, N. O. II.. Major Croc
J. A.'R. VieiFja
ted tho guests tu follow him ami
I artukc ot lefiesliiiicnts.
Among those present weie: Admir
al Corwlu P. Hees. eoniin.indnnt of the
Naval Statlun, and Mr. Hees, Major
Di.nnlng, connnnndant of Fort Shutter,
and Mrs. Dunning, ex-Governor A. S.
Cleghorn, .ludg S 11. Dole. Acting
Governor Mutt-Smith and Mrs. Motl
Smlth, Coiitii (Icncptl Ujenii or .la
pan, Chlneso Consul Cheng llnl, Italian
Consul 1'. A. Srliaefer and SI ha Scluof
ei, Vlco Consul Jjani, ll'irry Von Holt.
Consul Tor Holland; Mr. I.'iuz, Consul
roi Meslcii; l'oitiigiuse Consul C'.ma-
nrro, Hrlllsh Consul I'orster and Sirs,
l'urstcr. Vice Contul George Davles
nml Mrs. Davles. .Mr. and Mrs. Clle
Davles, .Major l.om;. commandani nf
Camp Very: Mr. and Sin I'ucke, Gcr
iran Consul Pfuteubaiier nnd Vice Con
sul Georgn Hodlek,
ncy, Col, Jones, N. (1. )!.. Slaji
U S. A., or Tort linger; SI. Tokleil 1
Slnjur Slaitln Mniiiulnuls I'.cneial Slr
Clellan and daughter, Mis. Itntusey
Miss Stevens, Hobcil Lowers. United
?tates District Altiulioj It. W. Hreck
r.ns, U. K. .Marshal 1.'. It. Hendry, Ad
11 Ii ul Whiting, Captain Slarlx, Sir. and
Sirs. Slnino, Henry K. Cooper, Judge
nuil Sirs, llallou, iittlcei'H ot the Unlleil
States Ainiy and Naval Sl.itlmm tu
I.'uiioIiiIii, and a largo iiuiubiT of lucal
S.lajor Van l.ciiiinien or Amstenhnn.
Holland, has denied tho icporl that
ho had been asked to reslsn ImruiiM.
of a speech ho mado at tho Hudson cel
ebration In New Ynik. In which ho Is
ropoilod lo hnvo said that tho Uiilteu
States would Ititi-iffrc If Hollaiul win
ir.enaccd by Geiinauy.
As tho lesult of tho Japanese em
peror's rescilpt leciiiniuendliig ecim
otny, Iho .ttlompt to coiuor rlco on the
Iirlct and Improsslvi, Admiral Hees lu-'lokjo exchange was abandoned.
Those "Arnold" Goods
113 Hotel St.
THE "ARNOLD" INFANTS' KNIT
Fort and Merchant Streets.
, Cqmpcti'tion lias failed to approach
'the degree of pcifcction so long cs
, tablishctl by tin's band. It is scam
less and has adjustable shoulder
straps. A measure of its fineness is
indicated by the fact that it is made
on machines kniUing lliitty , six
needles lo the. inch, Tiicc 40c mid
Is noted , for its good lime
keeping qualities. We are
agents for the Howard Watch
and can save you money when
you buy from us,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. ItcL,
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