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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II., l'HIDAY, IIKO. 10, 1909.
IA1LY 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 tck wtk
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Congress should give prompt at
tention to the icstoration of our
American merchant marine, once the
pride of the Irish seas in all the
creat ocean highways of commerce.
To my mind few more important sub
jects so imperatively demand its in
telligent consideration. The United
States has progressed with marvelous
l aridity in every field of enterprise
and endeavor, until we have become
foremost in nearly nil of the great
lines of inland trade, commerce and
industry. Yet while this is true,
our American merchant marine has
been steadily declining, until it is
now lower both in the percentage of
tonnage and the number of vessels
employed than it was prior to the
Civil War. Commendable nrogress
has been made in late years in the
UDbuilding of the American navy;
but we must supnlcment these ef
forts by nrovid:r, as a proper con
sort for it a rcr hant marine amply
sufficient for our own carrying trade
to foreign countries. The question
is one that appeals both to our busi
ness necessities and the PATRIOTIC
ASPIRATIONS OF A GREAT PEO
PLE. President William McKinley,
under whose administration Hawaii
This is a busy hive of industry,
where every man can find work and
wages, where all the people are con
tent and happy and prosperous and
where all of them love the flag and
would have it maintained in honor.
(Great applause.) The patriotism of
the country was never higher than
at this moment; and there is just one
thing in the mind of every true
American today, and that is that
OUR FLAG SHALL TRIUMPH AND
THOSE WHO ASSAIL IT SHALL
FAIL OF THEIR PURPOSE. Prcsi
dent Wm. McKinley.
Our priceless principles undergo
no di :ui km iinilcr a tropical huh.
They go with tliu Plan I'lexldcnt
McKinley before tliu Home Market
Chili of Ito-don.
SIubIi about the "flat;" Is some
thing, too. Unit can lianlly lie ex
pected outside uf mi editorial sanc
tum, certainly not at a meeting
trade up iif Intelligent men. I'acllle
cVmuneielal Advertiser, December 9,
If (laynor Is satisfied with New
York City, the burg ought to lie utile
lb stund iiioit anything In the way
of erratic utterances.
Possibly Dr. Cook and his asso
ciates thought they Would be able to
make a nice clean-up of lecture fees
before Peary returned and tho peo
ple began to seek the truth of It.
Let a little outside danger threat
en ami seo how quickly theso "slush"
Americans will inn to cover of tho
Flag, and Incidentally curse Uncle
Sam for not building up a merchant
inarlno to support tho American
navy In time of need.
You can hot your bottom dollar
that Dr. Cook wishes lie could spend
tho coming winter at the North Pole
or some other quiet plucti where the
even tenor of his thoughts might
'not be disturbed by unpleasant In
quiries from those becking accurate
Mr. Patrick Calhoun appears to
be expecting the distinguished con
sideration of the new udmlnlstiutlou
of San Francisco.
That man who wants to cut tho
i navy uppropilntlon for coal to ono
million dollars should he a willing
supporter of the local people who
want a navy but aro doing what they
tan to check tho upbuilding uf the
American merchant marine,
It Is not posslblo lo now glvo tho
meeting of tho Civic Fed.erntlon cnll
ed for this afternoon to pass a reso
lution asking fur tho suspension of
tho coastwise shipping laws, any olhr
er recommendation than that con
tained In the utterances of tho news,
paper olgan owned and conti oiled
by tho piomoteiB of tho affair, name
ly that "slush" about "the Hag" lias
no pluie In a .meeting of "Intelli
gent men," '
If such, iti sentiment ,ino valla
rr Sl Munliui
Per Vtir, njrwlitte in U S .. .
Pet Year anywhere n Canada.
PerYeat tpald, foleijju
fnteted at the Ft office at Honolulu
u arcotKl cla mailer.
DECEMBER 10, 1009
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
Total public revenue collected In
the Pulled States. $1,487, 231, GTS.
ICxpcndlture for public common
i:pcncllture for all public Bchoott),
Total public revenue collected In
Available for Territorial tines, $2,
Cfi9,74S. expenditure for public: common
schools In Hawaii, JIIT'.l.'.iiT. ,
i:penillture for all public schools
111 Hawaii, $I70,;32.
Kxpemllture for public common
schools In the U. S. Is 2U.7 per cent
of tbo total revenue.
Kxpemllture for public common
schools In Hawaii Is 8.8 per cent of
Expenditure for public common
schools In Hawaii Is 14 per cent of
revenue available for Territorial
Kxpemllture for nil public schools
In the U S. Is 27 per cent of total
i:peiidllure for all public schools
in llauiill Is 11 per cent of total
Kxpemllture for nil public schools
In Hawaii Is 17 per cent of revenue
available for Territorial uses.
among a people, gaining all the bene
fits the Klag can glvo them, and
evading nil the responsibilities of al
legiance that they are able to escape,
It may be said with truth that tho
dollar greed In tho city of Honolulu
If. tiemendoiis, anil sterling patriot
ism correspondingly low.
j Wo doubt that bucIi a sentiment
will receive, favorable mention or
indorsement from the Piesldent of
the United States, to' whom the llnnl
I appeal must bo made, and by whom
the lln.iI decision must bo made.
Unanimous re-endorsement by tho
Pur Association of A. (J. M. Robert
kiii Tor the position of Second United
States Judge for this clicult, be
sides being u deseived tribute to Mr.
Iioberlson's qtiallllcatlous for the of
fice. Is a lining response, to the des
picable campaign conducted some
months ago In an attempt to dis
credit Mr. Robertson's personal char
'If tho liar Association meant to
convey uliy Impiesslon to tile dis
comfited agent of alleged inurnllslH.
It was that the city of Honolulu
needs lebs religion and moro Chrls-
As to tho candidates mentioned to
All tho Second Federal .Tiolunnliln
tho community .Is particularly fortu
nate In the aspirants being attor
neys of unquestioned legal ouullllca
llons, either of whom would go Into
office enjoying tho full confidence
of tho people In their honesty,' patriot
ism mid freedom from prejudice tlintu
would upset Judicial balance.
Henry K. Cooper nnd A. Q. M.
Robertson deserve nil that this Ter
ritory can glvo them, if tho bestnwni
of responsibilities and honor of office
bo classed as good gifts. Kach has
been nrqmlnent in public nffulis
f I II it nnnlm l II k ltn.i..,l a. . 1 II . I
...... oii.il nun ubuii-u in ami uispiayeu
the qualities rf" successful leader-
snip during serious crises of local
history. The man lire In tho first
rank of their piofesslon, nnd tho
candidacy of each is a refutation of
tho old Idea that It is Impossible to
obtain the services of llrst-class men,
lenders in their profession, for tho
If the community thought wero to
be epitomized, wo are Inclined to be
lluvo that It would favor theso two
men for the appointments that have
'o bo inudo to tho Federal Court unit
tho Supreme bench of the Terri
tory, and leavo the detail of placing
them to the President, without pre-
Much must depend, of course, on
tho attitude of tho Governor. For
Mime reason tho Delegate to Con
gress boems not to tako n positive or
uggresblvo position in tho matter of
appointments. Theiefoio the Kxecu
H e of the Territory exerts a rela
tively stronger Influence than Is
usual in other sections of the coun
What tho (lovernor will do H ono
of those things ou which no depend;
In Real Estate are always to be had
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enco Is to be placed until events de
velop what the public Is allowed to
know of what hns been done.
HAWAII MAY BE
(Continued from Page 3)
lands." A shortage of tobacco now
confronts tho grower nnd manufac
turer. The latter is unable to 1111
the orders that are pouring Into the
Immense factories of Manila. The
better grades of Island tobacco leaf
are grown in tin exceedingly limited
men, the famous Cagayan valley be
ing the center of Its pioductlon
From what can bo learned, the cigar
manufacturers may soon be ton
fronted with tliu proposition of Im
porting leaf from other rouutilcs if
they hope to 111! In u measure tho In-
ci eased demands upon them for ci
gars and cigarettes.
It would look us It the Manila fac
tories would Mist caie for their old
established trade alllnces formed In
)ears gono by, afterwards devoting
their energies towards filling the
rew orders now being received from
the United States nnd Hawaii.
The fact that tobacco is now being
successfully cultivated In the Ha
waiian Islands wns a mailer of pe
culiar Interest to the Philippine del
egates to Washington.
Senors I.egnrda and Quesoii will
continue the" Journey to Washington
l.y tho Tenyo Maru, much as they
regret being unable to remain over
hero for n short period. Tho resi
dent commissioners arc accompanied
by llieir sccrolnrles, Messrs. Joso
Vnldct. nnd Severlno Conccpcton.
At a Thanksgiving dinner given
by Americans In London tho King
Mill President Tnft were toasted.
General Manager Hurley or tho
Santa l'e denies that ho Is about to
icslgn from that position.
The appropriation boaid which
bus been Inspecting tho Panama Ca
nal liavo finished their labors and
ure ready to report.
After a search of oyer forty hours I
two little girls were found locked
up In a closet In u house In Santa
Real Estate for Sale
We were riht 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 (ills the bill.
Jl 6u .. t. Fort and Merchant Streets,,
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.
I RECREATIONS I
E u u a n uq :: n u u ti u u n a :
ATHLTIC PARK FIREWORKS
The i alii cttne down last week nnd
Mopped the big flrewoiks show which
the Athletic Paik management had
arranged, Hut now the weather bids
fair to bo lino lomoriow night, and
the public wilt lime a chance to wit
ness tho gic.ttcst fireworks exhibi
tion ocr seen here.
Th man in charge of tho exhibition
Is a past master In pyiotcchnlc art
mid has arranged n magnificent ser
ies of set pieces. The feature of the
exhibition will certainly be the great
chrysanthemum and butterfly piece,
which Is teported to bo tho finest ex
hibition of the lire-makers' skill.
In all there will bo about fifteen
pieces, and each one will be n gem.
Theio will be men, animals, birds
nnd other living creatures shown In
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an outline of llaino nnd lliock's Ben
efit will be fnded Into the distance
when the great .lapaneso expert
starts his wonderful show of lire
AT THE PARK.
When tho Eellg pompaiiy sets out to
do u big plctiue, no expense. Is spared
to make It complete. Tho Important
scenes in tho I.lon Turner tuko place
in and mound n country circus, and
no see the elicn all right, with a Hun
mid hoar act that would ho a featnio In
any circus, and a trained horse per
formance In a ring watched by several
hundred apparently genuine spectatois
ou tho benches. The Hon tamer sees
In tho audience tlio girl he had tiled
to win flvo yeniB before, when ho was
n farm hand, and lie also sees his suc
cessful rival for her hand and their
little child, Ho Is consumed with a
ileslro for revenge, nnd ho seizes the
child and tjitows It Into the lion's c.igu
cut tlio child s rather dashes Into tho
cngo and accomplishes u rcscuo while
tho crowd and tho circus employes pur
sue the crazed Hon tamer, who ut hut
reeks safety In tho cage, only to bo
struck down by the lions. This series
will be shown nt tho Park tonight. If
tho Mukura docs i.ot get away eaily
Itance Smith wjll also appear and for
tho last time ho will sing tho "linnaim
Man." The Melnotto sisters will sing
"My Irish Itomeo'' in costume.
"Tho Way of Man" will bo tho Blnr
film for Friday ami Saturday of this
week. Strong In palhos, ropleto with
self sacrifice showing noblo exnniples
of a silent, suffering perhaps moro
poignant than any physical torture.
Tho old, old story Is tho baslo prin
ciple involved. Young Tom Herno
falls In love with pretty Mabel Janctt
and leaves tho Bast to Bfok his for
tuno In the far West. After varying
Those "Arnold" Goods
The First Count
in the contest for the
will take place THIS WKKK. Please
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This is one of the FINEST
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A Coupon given with KVIiRY 25c
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experiences .he return to marry his
old sweetheart. An equally pretty city
cousin Is visiting Mabel when Tom ap
pears on tho scene. A fearful accident
deprives Mabel of her good looks, Tom
endeavors to hide his disappointment,
wllh only partial success Winnie (tlio
city cousin) In tho meaifllnie making
11 decided Imprestdoii on Tom. Un
beknown to either her lover or cousin,
Mabel realizes oung lleaine's 'pieillc
anient and leaves tho old home, being
careful to create the Impression bIio
l.as killed herself, eventually Tom
ninnies Winnie nnd Voth ho and she
cherish the most tender and reverent
thoughts of and for tho girl who made
such a noblo sacrifice, (ns they be
lieve) that they might bo happy.
Have jo;i -been to tho now d.incn
hall lately on ICiikul street, near Nuu
anu, and assembled with tho meiilc
makers? You should go and seo what
fun they aro having. The music Is
decidedly tho best In tho city and tho
arrangements of the dances most sat
isfactory. Twelvo to fifteen per cent reduction
from regular pilco Is offered by Tluiy.
'er & Co. for tho Xmas trado.
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
With lace and embroidery ruffles are.
popular (garments. They differ from
lawn or cambric drawers in being
made of a cooler and more elastio
EWA TENNIS HEN
Ou Sunday next nt l?wn there will
be an Interesting tennis match be
tweo 1111 town team nnd tho planta
tion's best four. Honolulu will be
lepreseuted by Low, Castlc.-llmkus
Low and Castle will play together,
and their opponents will bo Itenlon,
Jr., and (lieonlleld. Ilockus nnd (Seo
will go up against Smith and Meg
Keever. Tho mutch promises to ho n
'"tiling good one, and as the crack
Kwa. pair, McKcovcr and Greenfield,
nio not playing together, it will be
Intel estlng to bee how tho younger
phiycis get along against tlio city
Tho match will start in tho morn
ing, uml n large crowd Is oxpecteil
to take a I un down to the big mill
ilmlng tho day -111111 have a look nt
tho "funnels" nnd town IoiiiiIb e.v
pel Is ut woik on the courts.
Is noted for its good time
keeping qualities. We arc
agents for the Howard Watch
and can save you money when
you buy from us.
H. F. Wichman
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r. leading Jewelers. v
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