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RVENtNO DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T 1I. TUESDAY, DEC. 7, 1D0JV.
E V ENING
AILT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of tack wek
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PB1SI.
tVulliiue R. Rnrrlnitton, - Editor
IUBSCRIPTI0N RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCI.
Pel Monlh, ftH)w1irrelu tl.S .711
Per (Juaner, aitywliert In U.3 3.tA
Pel Yrr, arivlelc In tl.S...... H.ou
Per Ver, roctpfttd, (otelcn. 12.00
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl J Editorial Rooms. - 185
Mutual love, the crown of all our
To Imy llnnolutu real estate
like putting money In I lie bank
If anyone gets an Interview out
of Ambassador C.illioun, It will bo
with n crowbar and a meat axe.
l Rnoscvcll's decision to return In
t Junu means tliat for at leant one
xesslnu of Congress his BhotB will be
f from long rango only.
Whom wrote a -dictionary. Ad-
1 Certainly. The morning paper's
1 Dnnny Webster dictionary.
Zelayn appears to have been klnil,,lt'l,arl"u'"t of Honolulu neeils u
enough to wait until the marines
Kill through with their expeilmctit
of going merland In the transport
What illffei elite does it make
whether Mr. Taft mentioned lluwall
In his San Francisco speech or not,
so liu docs not Intorfciu with our
Honolulu's new " mos.iulto cam-
palgu Is a practical inovo for more
iierfei't sanltallon of thin i-ltv
should have utianlmniis support and
co-operation when It reaches your I
Reduction of the nrlcn of refined
sular In tho Now York market fore-KreRS to tllc Importance of appro-
-shadows the usual fall in tho prko prlatlons for l'earl Harbor and tho
of raw sugars as the grinding sea- further development of tho National
son approaches Its height, and this , program for strengthening Amorl-
need cause Hawaii no worry If the,11"" prestige In tho Pacific.
weather holds good. I Therefore Honolulu people ran
. .well understand that these organ!-
One of the Japanese commission- nations nre staunch friends of this
ers states that It Is sort of constl-1 Territory, pattlotle In their allegl-
lutional for the Japanese to refuse .""- lo everything that has Amorl-
nllens the pilvllege of owning land
in japan. The sooner
get the same. Idea firmly
their sjstem, the better,
, l.t no one doubt that there will
he any lack of appropriations for
completing the scheme, of making
Oalm n great naval base. It Is also
well to remember that tho popula
tion brought to Honolulu through
this scheme will be permanent.
Three bundled millions for tho
army and navy Is pretty good In-
r sura nee for the safety of the na
tion when supported by a few mil
lions that will put tho American
H merchant marine, on the waters
feugnln In a commanding position.
ft Tho disreputable gang engaged
jf. hi trying to kill off Detective I.eal
will find him much moie allvo than
k Statesman Mahoe, who was so care
' fully slated for the slaughter that
lie received tho distinction of ohltu
nry with photograph.
1 ia .. ,i
t Refusal of Sheriff Jarrett to re-
Instate Detective I.eal after tho
'vindication given by tho Grand
' Jury is an insult to every decent
. 'citizen or Honolulu. It means that
thero should be a new head In tho
police department, and the sooior
v the better, though It may bo noces
' sary to nwalt the elections.
I- "Forget it" would havo been tho
t, most appropriate phraso for Secro-
f,tary llalllnger to use in connection l" UowP e'rculur slates that
Lwlth the campaign for suspension i"1.0"? complaints are made of tho
of coastwise shipping laws. Had ho 'lll('1' cost ot existence and admits
heen suio of his ground ho would tllero ls "B0l reason for these torn
Jhavo "leconuueiided" suspension of l,,a'"t8' ullt thu fact Is thoy aio
tho lawB to protect domestic shin-1 frequently being mndo tho most of
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im"Hi iiiairuu oi merely suggest-
,ft.yTlie railways west of tho Missouri
rlvor uio going to mnko every en
deavor lo divert winter tourist trav
el from Florida to California.
Biiimh moio work would It till
our local Promotion Coinniltimi in
put a tu'l onto that diverting kite '"Creased cost of living that Is readl-
and keep the tourists moving till ' admitted Is tho oxtiaV.igaiico
Rlhey reached hero In additional w,llcl1 !"" becomo a national chur
f'Amerlcan steamslilps put on tho "ctoristlc and weakness. This ton
''route to handle the Increased traT- ,,t'";y towards extravaganco Is moro
'Lc? ' lovldont een in the homo than In
'l. . j rbuslness or in public affairs, ami Its
I.anal could never huve been any 'effec,s '" tllu '" if" cannot hut
I'thlng hut a useless raugo for goats ,l0 '"Jutlous. Many totally unuetes
Jand cockroaches had It remained b"r' """osemonts and luxuiles aio
j under dual ownership of tho TerrI- ,u"v l"Ii'Bed In which veie never
itory and Mr. Iiwln. The nrivatn ithought of ten years ago. nnd tho
ipwner had tlm water' anil held the
Mty to tliu situation, it wus a case
either buy or nell for tho Tcrrl-
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,&. .:4-.:-'' -MTkmi
hetSu Moiilnn., .,,, a .Ru
Per Ve.r, ttiyheieiu U.S , ... I.00
I'ei Year anrthere n Canada... I. Bo
Per Year postpaid, loieiji 3.1H1
Entered ftt the rot office it Honolulu
u second -elm matter.
DECEMBER 7, 1909
tory ami tliu former owner. 11ml
"lhe Territory elected lo buy, ns It
could have ilono ut a fair figure, It
coulil havn presented to ptospcctUo
planters what private entorprlsu
Sheriff Jarrett went Into olllce
through votes Riven him by Repub
licans, llu hail the opportunity to
make the police department non
partisan, cniclcnt and u tmfllclcnt
eiedlt lo the l(y ami himself to
warrant to-electlon by n wnlk-over.
Ills l.cal record prows to eery Re
publican that he maile a mistake In
pllUlng hs ticket, mill convinces
every supporter of a fair ileal ro
guidlcss of politics that tliu police
OUR SAN FRANCISCO FRIENDS.
San Francisco's Chnmhor of Com
it'crce, tho Merchants' Uxchunge of
the same city and the Ship Owners'
Association of the 1'acllle Coast havo
passed lesolutlons calling on the
United States Congress to extend
'",", coastwise sharping laws lo the
I'l'll'l'l'liics at ome and also to ex-
tend thi'Mi- laws,
lor mu pioieciiuu
to the I'.inama
",f ''"""estle trade,
These are the organizations on
which Hawaii depended for assist-
.nncc " calling the attention of Con
can progress as Its object and dc
Amcrlcans.,er'nt"ed In their purpose to defeat
very campaign that may result In
favoring aliens at tho expense of
our own peoplo nnd our own enter
I Regardless of whether It Is good
Judgment to oppoio the policies of
these rormerly friendly organiza
tions of tho I'liclllc iii.ist, what can
Hawaii expect to gain fiom a cam-
ipalgu alined primarily against do-
iicstlc shipping aud fosteilng the
uiruiiT piusperny or uie alien?
San KrancUuj leaders icallze that
their best future rests In tho de
Mdjpmcut of American Shipping.
There can he no doubt that tho
guns of our fortifications and the
power of the navy that protects this
splendid outpost will be of 11 tt lo
use unless supported by a strong
To what purpose, then, do our lo
cal people desert their own ships
nnd call for further asslstunco of tho
Lot us build our own ships to car
ry our own passengers and freight.
KHV LIVING COSTS MORE.
Henry Clews' hanking house In lis
latest weekly circular moralizes on
tho Increased expeiibo of living.
Tills Is a timely topic, oven In Ha
waii, whoso peoplo with ull their
piosperlty cannot fall to notice that
u' "llv'ns u"'s" ate higher at tho
i cn'L ot tll IOIlth-
11R tin nvrnun f.i,. ii,l...n.. I .....,..,.
-. ,u. ...,.u m naps,
r,!c" Mr- clowa tclls tllu real reu-
iwi inu uiiiiurviii increase in mo
prlcu of living, namoly, that people
llvo moro luxuilously. If they
would get along in tliu same old wav
" wo"i'l he us pleasant as u the'
koou um uoj." Tho circular Bays:
I A far moro potent eloment In tlm
,M,,lt "lll8t 'JU a greatly diminished
national saving power, out of which
"houlij como our new. supplies of
In Real Estate are always to be had
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Home for Sale
Nuunnu Valley, walking distance from town; 7
rooms; 3 bedrooms; fine lawn, with beautiful shade and
bearing fruit trees; Price $2,750."00. Cash or terms.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
capital. As to what will check this
upward trend in values nobody can
forecast. Production has not yet
outrun consumption. Combinations
of nil Kinds are restricting compe
tition nnd putting up prices. Infla
tion and speculation are adding fuel
to (he lire, and nt present theie Is
nothing In sight lo check the ud
vance, except exhaustion of the pur
chase power of tlie consumer. That,
too. Is not In Hie Immediate, fu
Following this dissertation on
what Is that ought not to bo Clews
liovlews general market conditions
In tho usual cautious hut rather In
teresting manner. In leading the
following it should bo remembered
that It bears tho date of Nov. 20,
and the predicted campaign in (Ireat
Ilrltain Is now on in full blast:
"All things considered, tho out
look warrants hopefulness nnd cau
tion. Congress will very shoitly
open, and much depends upon its
probable course towards corpora
tions. ' Tho anti-capital spirit Is only
slumbering nnd will bo easily
aroused by untoward circumstances.
Mr. Taft Is known nut to bo over
burdened with friendship for cor
porations, and although his general
attitude Is understood, his annual ,
message will ho looked forward to '
with no llttlo interest. j
"Another element which must not '
bo overlooked Is thu agitation in .
Kngland over tho budget. It Is now
well known thnt tho House of
Lords will (eject tho proposals of!'
tho House of Commons, and that in
cousenuenco an election will havo
to bo held next January, an election ,
that will probably excite strong an- i
tngonlsm and much bitterness of
feeling. Tho budget alms to In-1
crease taxation upon land and '
wealth, so that Its outcome cannot !
hut be watched bote with Intense !
Interest.' Tho British government
may thus bo obliged to enter the
money market as a borrower upon a
lirgo scale, and the effect of this
Upon public opinion and the foreign
security markets will bo anything
Kut favorable. Should London bo
obliged to sell stocks freely In or
der to nbsorb such a loan, Ameri
can stocks would probably ho among
the first to be sacrificed owing to
their high prices ami foreign dislike
of our recent speculation."
Real Estate for Sale
We were riht about our Kaimuki
Bargain. It told, and sold quickly.
We have more bargains. let us
show you our Maoa Valley bargain.
Either as an investment or for a
home it fills the bill.
.! Fort and Merchant Streets. 'I. I
JfoiiiMiiSfKlrWririi Tfri-tii fSJfW r7' i
THE ONE 'PLACE
IN TOWN FOR
To accommodate its many patrons
THE WIRELESS OFFICE
Will be open on Sunday mornings
from eight until ten o'clock.
The Hvenlng Hullo-'
tin Is now delivered In the
KalmuKI District, including'
Kort Ruger. "
Readers of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
who deslio tho paper dollv-
eieil at their homes In this
district will be nccommudul-
i'U If they leno their names
aud nd di esses In the business
olllce of the II u 1 I e 1 1 n.
I Mrs. I'qxt Do jou think you'll
cmoke when jou'm old, Johiinlo? They
wiy it makes one uw fully sick at first.
. Joliiiulo (aged 10) I don't expect any
bother over It, mother.
It wasn't tho
to learn to
bllghtest effort for mo
"Now, Tommy, you must go nnd
waBh yourself." "Ma. If ou keep on
nt this washln' business you'll queer
mo wholo vacation." Century.
h M v4 .1
TF you .have a
house that you
want to rent fur
nished let us know
We have many
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Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyrc, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
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' Bethel Street
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 17.
Struggling for his life with nil In
furiated baboon, Fred Wilson, nu
nnlmal trainer employed by thu Don
Carlos animal shows, fought des
perately for half an hour ycitciday
with Kokomo, a pink tailed oaboou
that attacked him In the cage.
The 'savage simian clutched Wll-
nin s throat hut so long as thu
t miner could Keep on his feet hu
lind the best of tho fight. At
length he fell, exhausted fiom loss
of blood and strain, nn'd the animal
gnawed his legs in n frightful man
A scoro of monkeys in the cngo
kept up n sin III screaming dining
tho light and this attracted the at
tention of other employes, who res
cued Wilson, Wilson Is In a t.crlous
condition. His homo Is In llrnzll
PEARY IS THE MAN
Washington, Nov. 23. Commander
Robert 13. Peary and Walter Wellnuiu
tho Arctic explorers, met hero tonight
for tho first tuna slnco both of thorn
begun their last attempts to leach
tho north polo.
ino occasion' was a reception given
In Commander Peary by tho National
Press Club of Washington.
After oxpresslng his plcnsuro in
meeting Peary, Wollmnn said: "I am
glad to greet you as tho only man who
reached tho north ikiIo."
Peary oxpiossed his gratification ut
this ovldonco of ennidencu but mndo
no reforenco to Dr. Couk.
Mncy Illuffer Bays ho's n very po"r
Hporlsmnn and In whatever gamo ho
plays ho Is always first to got Into n
hole, Tracy Illuffer Is too modest.
It's not that way when ho pluys golf.
Theodore. RooBovolt has decided to
glvo ono of tho four elephants killed
by himself nnd son Kermlt, to tho Unl
crslty of California.
Ma That young man must bo
deeply in lovo with Myrtllln, Hid
5011 notice how his voice trembled
when ho proposed?
Jnllftin Bumnesr Offue Phone 256.
tnlWin VditoWnt Unnm Phnn 185
Those "Arnold" Goods
THE ARNOLD KNIT LAP AND CARRIAGE PADS
These are made of absorbent material, amply thick, fleece lined and
neatly edited with silk binding. The lap pad is for spreading onvthe
Ian when holding babyj the carriage pad is for usc when taking bnby
out for a ride.
LAP PAD, 18x18 INCHES 50c
CARRIAGE PAD, 20x30 INCHES 90c '
THE ARNOLD KNIT BED SLIPPERS
Arc good friends and comforters to the invalid. Wo have them in various
coiors lor uoin maies nna children.
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The First Count
in the contest for the.
will take place THIS WKKK. Please
hand in YOUR COUPONS by VV1.-D-NKSDAY
This is one of the FINKST
PKFSFNTS ever ofleretl lo the Public.
A Coupon given with KVKR.Y 25c
IS IT, NOT WORTH TRYING
OUR STOCK IS
Manager Kennedy of the Inter
Island Co. joiild not have selected
a better time for an oxcurslou to
llllo and thu uilcnnn than Now
Years uo. Ho plans to t-ond out
tho Mnuun Ken on tho afternoon of
I'rlday, Dec. III. and bring her back
on Mondny. This will glvo tho pus
beugeis an opportunity to visit the
okano, see tlio great races which
tho merchants of llllo have arrang
ed and attend tho opening ball at
the llllo Hotel on the occasion' of Its
reopening. It will be n trip full of
plenum e, and no ono who can get
uwuy should miss It. Persons who
do not euro to go to the volcnnn
may icmnln nromid llllo and sco the
sights of tho fiiBt-giowIng city.
Within a short distance is Rainbow
Falls and a little further out on tho
llamnkua road Is the famous Ono
men arch. Peoplo havo travoled
many miles to seu this after being
bhown a picture of It. It Is a raru
place and Bhoiild bn seen by all vis
itors. Tho extension ut the llllo
inllwtty Is being built out towiuds
Onomen. Tho breakwater furnishes
food for reflection, and It Is not hard
to Imagine tho big vessels that will
some day tlo up at tho docks at
Tho excursion will bo a low-prlecd
one, and na many as can bo accom
modated on tho stcanmr will bo
taken, Tho lecont addition to tho
Volcano 'House will mnko It possl-
'bio for tho manager of that hotel to
- i - ,
accommodate with conifoit iuoi
guests than ever liefoie. Theie is
everything In favor of this trip to
thu Mdcano mill nothing against II.
Tho llres uru hi lirlgli that thu glow
may ho seen forty miles away, and
It Is said that Captain I'lecmau
lends tho paper on tliu deck of thu
steamer from tho light furnished by
tho crater. This Is going some.
ilRICKW()OI)In this city, Nowm
her 30. lUOU, Mrs. Iiulsa C. Ilrlck
wood, icllct of the Info dipt. Ailluir
P. Ilrlckwood. Aged SI jears.
CIIRISTOITICRSiCN To the wife -if
R. J. Chilstofferheii ir Kulinkii 11
daughter. Dec. il, lOUD"
A wealthy Chinaman of Seattle,
has obtained a license to mniry 11
white woman, but tin, mlnlstero or
Hint city hao jefiike.l to perform
Is noted for its good time
keeping qualities. We nie
agents for the Howard Watch
and can save you money when
you buy from us.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,