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" " EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. DEC. 13, 1000.
AIIT md WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallace R. Forrlnijton, - - Editor
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.DECEMBER 13. 1909
Nothing dies so hard and rallies
to often ns intolerance. Beecher.
Onl the sudden discovery of "In
vlnllili. sumilles" can prevent a raw
sugar 111:11 Let tho coming season nv-1
craning four tents or better.
According to nil that lias been
jjpsald of lilni during Ills life time, " ' nzi
lilies of importable cltlcolis mo wall- f Ia 1 1
liii! to ln King Leopold Justice
wilting Ills obituary.
llusy Htrcels moan a busy town,
anil Honolulu's streets will lie busier
after Christmas than they are now.
Those laying their plans for a grow
ing town havo the right of It.
Wllniot Vrodotiborg was ilotcrtlng
r better fato than death on tho
mountain side from nil accidental
shot, lie has donu much for the
future piogtcss of the iigiloultiinil
1st In Hawaii, and ninny of his small
irop failures will be the fouiulatluu
of many another's prosperity.
VISIT COLLEGE HILLS
And see" the attracthc homes being
built by Honolulu's best citizens,
The valley is cool ; the neighborhood
i the best; the car service good.
Lots nre now being sold in this
tract. The sooner jou buy the
greater choice you will have. The
lots are large, the prices low, and
tenns nre easy.
, For Rent The Athcrton
house on Pacific Heights. $ 40.00
We are pleased to offer at this season nn assortment cf toilet article larger and
better than we have ever had. The quality i3 not surpassed anywhere,
' HANDKERCHIEF "EXTRACTS
, A large, 5 bedroom, nicely
furnished house in the
city is offered for rent...
President Zolaya Is facing the
power of the flitted States to Keep
the peace, and If he Knows when ho
Is well olt he will be ory iulet.
In n few months tho $800,000
IVileml building will be well under
way, piovbllng Honolulu does not
get Into a light over the plans soon
to bo submitted for their npprovnl.
Tho oIdent pleasure with which
the organ of the coastwise: shlp-
'plng law suspensloulsts has re
iterated Its statement of "slush"
about tho flag having no place
among Intelligent men when they
11 ro counting dollars made through
tho protection of the Klag, can--jipt
fall to have Us elfect on
'members of Congress making tnijulr
ies ns to the brand of practical pa
triotism that prevails among the
people of this city who re continu
ally seeking exceptions to American
MORE USEFUL SCHOOLS.
Of all the larger educational
'movements of the time probably no
other Is destined to have so fat
reaching Influence as that which
keeks to Introduce Into our school
work a more distinctly utllltailan
purpose than has before been recog-
Ized. The geneial object of the
troducllon of this purpose has
been so much under recent discus
sion that It Is hardly necessary to
lepcat this hero. Wo lire learning,
howeer from tho experience of
other people, that It pays 'In even
sense to trniu for elllcleiiey 111 nctlon
as well as for elllcleiiey In thinking,
and that, 1 conceive, Is the underly
ing motive of 11 light sort of voca
tional training. We nre recognizing
that In tho discharge of Its duty to
Itself the state Is bound to consider
ns much the man who Is to work
with his hands as It does him whose
labor Is to be of the head; Indeed
that Is tho rightly organized Indus
trial state; there call he no com
plete separation of one from the
other, and, therefore, that produc
tive Industry Is entitled to men
trained to eo-ordlnatn hum! and
brain In a higher, better and, theic-
fore, more profitable workmanship.
"It Is perhaps not easy to say to
what extent this new educational
Ideal Implies 11 reorganization of our
school system. It Is my opinion
t:. .t so far ns tho elementnry school
lu concerned such reorganization Is
hardly demanded except In so far
pi hnnd work through manual train
ing Is given greater emphnsls. 1
do not believe that It Implies new
obligation on the community to give
In special schools, In night and con
tinuation schools the same oppor
tunities to the great majority who
aie to servo tho world by tho toll
of the hands that aro now freely
given to those whoso service Is to
give thiough tho more distinctly
literary callings." Maine Supt. of
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
H0UBIOANTS Ideal. Roypl, Rose Ideal. Violet Ideal.
R00ER & GALLET Violctte do Fame, Heliotrope Blanc,
Boquct Amour, Irdian Hay, Flcur Amour, Souvenir
dc It Cour, Pcrvenche de Chine.
HUDNUTS Farfuni du Barry, Yankey Clever, Extreme
RICKSECKERS Gyp. Ping Pong, Attar Tropical, Violet,
EdgcwoAl Violet, Attar Violet.
TIVERS La Trcfle Incarnat, Azurea, Floramyc, Safranor.
KERCHOrFS Dicr Kiss.
GOSNELL'3 CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabapple Blossom.
JEROE1IS Crushed Toscs.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
P1NAUDS Violettc Embnumme.
ROYAL Violctte Vmbrc.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
KliMO AND THE GOVERNOR.
Delegate Kuhlo In a ery harsh
manner 'has voiced u sentiment,
Meadlly Increasing among tho cltl-
- zons of tho Territory of Hawaii,
that thqi Governor has a method or
t expressing himself on public ques
tions which gives the Impression
Dint he, has acted a falsehood If he
lins iiot?poken It,
Tho II it 1 1 0 1 1 11 Is not Informed
Mi, tho details of what the Governor
promised the peoplo in connection
., with tho Kamaoa lands, but the
f Bulletin Is very clear on tho
point that the Governor Is not
.htralghtforward In his expressions
, to many who visit him to discuss
' public questions.
' Wo deem It quite probable that It
- Delegate' Kuhlo were to repeat, word
for word, his conversation with the
Governor ho would find that the
's Chief Kxccutlvo of the Territory,
" when IiIb words wero finally analyz
ed, did not commit himself ahsolule
'1 ly on the Kamaoa lands, but allowed
tho Delegato to leave his presence
;,' with tho Impression that ho would
1 open these lands.
I, this protect to ho tho case, It
' would bo merely a repetition of
similar 'experiences of other men
that could bo cited If necessary.
Governor Fiear Is secretive In his
, ndmliilstratlon of public business,
Indirect and evasive In his answers
' to questions. Homo people call it
' diplomatic, Rome, without choslng
', their woids, tag It with tho shorter
I- and uglier word.
IS ThattfJ about tho long mid short
' of tho situation that has arUeu he
$' tweeu tho Delegate and the Gover
Kuhlo, In his tour about the Tor-
i rltory. very evidently csimo In touch
S -with tlie sentiment and finally let
ifrjnoHP, Ho wns not diplomatic and
of com so there aie those who will
claim ho was absolutely lacking In
Judgment, That pait of It Is up to
' the Delegate who must go boforo
', the peSplo, wheieus the Governor
' ""Is not liliswernblo to the people ex
. cept nsOiey are able to get at htm
J thiough, candidates of the patty ttu
'v,dor whoso title ho sorves.
ft'- If the people weto entirely In
(sympathy with the Governor's nieth-
.""oils of dealing with them, It Is not
the Maul News would he Miggcst
Ing with such Insistent regularity
that tho Governor would make a
greater buccoss on tho bench than
he hns In an executive capacity. Sift
tho Maul situation ami ',u would
probably find that Gubernatorial
"diplomacy" Is at the bottom of the
The Delegato would have done
well to have been less blunt In his
manner of speech.
The Governor would have dono
well to have been nioro direct and
straightforward In his statements re.
gurding the administration of pub
Having made theso errors In the
past they havo the way open to cor
tcct them in tho future. And If tho
correction is liiude It should bo pos
sible for tho people to come nearer
lo living happy ever after.
Kverjone Interested In sugar will
read with Intorest the review of the
tugnr market by Wlllet & Gray giv
en in another column. .
According to the figures and esti
mates of this authority, it is all (II-
cult Indeed to forecast a depressed
price for raw sugars during the com
ing season. Sales of raw sugars for
delivery In March at a flguro consid
erably nbovo four cents suggest
that It may bo an error to predict
"threo-sevontynve" for tho holghth
of the sugar season. Should this
prove true, tho coming year In su
gar will bo the greatest recoid
breaker for profitable returns that
Hawaii has over known.
On the other hand this paper has
found In many Instances that It Is
safe to lay a wager against the pre
dictions of n spokesmnn of the
TriiHt. In vlow of the undisputed
conditions In world markets, It
seems hardly probnblo that manipu
lation can change what now prom
ises to ho 0110 of tho certainties of
FAST PICKING UP
Large Tracts on Maui Give Promise
of Big Returns High Price
of Rubber Will Attract More
Members of tho Hawaiian IIiiI-'ht
Planters' Assoc'.itlon will hold ;.n Im
portant meeting on T1iuihI.o next at
10 o'clock a. in.. In tho r.bt'.iudlecH
building. A lengthy ptowini Iris boi.11
arranged, which will Include Hie road
ing or several papers by woll l-mr.ui
men of tho Territory. Tho i..Knim U
Address by co president.
Heading of minutes and treasilict's
Heading of statistics.
Appointment or inimlnattiii; comm'.'
Ilevea or Searo In lluuu'l, bv C .!
Inter Crops, by I,, 1. Tip net.
Tho rubber situation In Hy.va'1 13JV
1910, by V. A. Anderson.
Report of nominating (omitiltteu and
election of orators.
Rubber and tho small f.iini"rs.- liv
Prof. Wilcox of tho Government r.x-
Rubber and reforestation, by Pr.if.
Tapping, by Hugh Howell
Marketing lubber, by K, I., ttildrun.
At present, only wealthy 1 enplo can
afford to Invest largo Bums of moncv
In planting out new area:.' in rubbci.
owing to tho fact that It takes at leat
six years, from the tlnio Hit icedllugs
ere transplanted Into tho clearance, be
fore tupping 011 11 paying basis can bo
made. So great Is tho gener..l demand
for rubber from nutinunhlli ir.nnui'.ic-
hirers and tho makers or .lit kinds of
rubber goods, tho Invetulnt, p-iblle un
tcrlously turning their tti iitlou 1 1
this highly lucrative In.bistr.
Already largo sums or money havo
been Invested In Ceylon and tin) I'cd
crated Malay Stntes by local capUt.'
Ists. Rut so great Is the demand fo
rubber on the mainland, anil such limit
pi Ices are paid lor It on the open mi"-
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.
Violet. White Rose, Florainye. Safmnor, Trcfle, Maybells, Ideal. Lavender,
Azurcn, Dactylis, Ping Pong, Gold Queen, Violctte do Pormc.
Golf (lnfcn, Violet, Trcfle, Djcr Kiss, Ping Tong, Du Barry. Carnation Pink, Ideal, Safranor,
Vioicttc, tie Panne.
Cclfpitrs. Eastmans. Hudnuts. Eickscckers,
Wiliinms, Jcrgciis, HcrcholTs.
Ro;er & .Gallct,
Hand Jliiron, Hair. Tcotiuaud Nail Brushes. Gillette Rnr.ort, Manicure Rets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files and Clippers', Daggct & IlnmsdcU's Cold Cieam. " ,
Benson, Smith & Co., m.
that tlie picHcnt high pilco now p'f
viilllng will not drop ery iippieelub.v
lor some tlnio lo come, onlug to I lu
blisk dcmnnil. ICvon rubber at V "
per pound will give very satlsfaclo.v
of laud iilanted out In rubber on r.'.iid
and Hnwnll will yield hani.ftomc profit
111 the near future.
On Maul tho Han titlau-Anici Iran
Rubber Co., Ltd., tlmj Kooluu Itiihli. if
Co.. Ltd., anil tho Ntihlkii Rubber Co..
Ltd., all commenced planting In IS....
The combined capital of then- eoii
cerus Is i'lM.i'ljii, and the nic.c n.nlei
rubber Is loui! acres, planted out vICi
l!l3,"0() tiees of the Soarn variety .mil
75,435 plants of tho lfoen variety, l.n
Hawaii, (ho I'lirlllo Development "o .
Ltd., started In I'joT with a capital o'
$30,nnu mid planted out Kill arres, in
which 100 acres are planted with So.o.'mi
cenia and M ades with 10,0(10 Ilov
The Nahlkii pbiulatlnu, In addition o
its ."a acres under Devon, has estab
lished xeilrn containing 10,000 phiuis
ot this variety.
There has been n doubt for t.iir.i
line past ns to whether tho iiilbc".
Industry Is being overworked. ''io:l
nieas are how-UT being planted, ow
ing to tho fact that rubber has In
creased In demand lather than de
creased. As much an S2.20 por ponril
(Cor:.nucJ from Page 1.)
fioni unit Im"1 miii cs liuliin took
-flleagtie III that ho in-
lad ('o.nmlltee h-nl re-
.Imoiiu s'liiellou of the
t'.iey puiihas"d tho
he -"in prlatlon wan flnallj paEfoi1,
's "iillng Invoia'ily with tlie
..1 or McCl dbin
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, December 13,
GAVIOTA Airlvcd Dee. 13:
S. S. Rosecruns, towing Palls i of
Clyde, henco Dec, 3.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 13:
Nor. S. 8. Selja, for Honolulu.
WIRKI.nSS U. S. A. T. Logan will
anlvo from Sim Tranclsco tomoriow
(Tiiosclay) at 7 a. in.
has been offered for good rubber with.
ket that It is expected that tho tnclo In tho past few weeks and It Is clnlmed
MONEV FOR MULES.
At a meeting of tho Uoard of City
and County Buporvlsors held today
tho resolution authorizing tho nppio
priatlou of fifteen bundled dollars for
tho purchase of mules and harness to
bo used In road department woik In
12wn mill Wnlmian ilddi-let urfiu ihihu.iI
' jirobahle that a country paper like on Its third reading.
Real Estate for Sale
Well, wc have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
Here arc a few more:
Two building lots in Mnnoa,
$2,000 and $950 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and price and
At Kaimuki nnd Twelfth Avenue
wc have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that has
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor and the Waianae Mountains,
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots arc cleared and improved, A
bargain at $3,800,
I'AXAMA, Nov. 30. A Nl ma
gna nrovoliitlonlst who has Just ar-
ilved hero fioni lllucllclds leports
that Cannon unci Grace, the two
Americans who weio executed by
tho Zolayan government, wero simp
ly taking hearing sights from n
height In Costa Rlcnn, and hot
Nlcarugttan territory, when they
wero captured. They wero with
only three soldlcis, of the 1 evolu
tion when Mayas t loops noosed
tho frontier nnd put them under ur
rest. Cannon and Giaco wero then
taken to nn old foit named Kl Cas
tillo, on the Colorado river, whore,
nceordlng to tho story of tho revolu
tionists, they were tortuied, being
shot within twcut.wfour hours nftor
Consult Our Real
ment WE CAN SELL YOU WHAT
AT THE RIGHT PRICE.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
WE ALSO HANDLE
NEW CHIEF IS
NOW IN CHARGE
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclutyrc, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
(Continued from Pflaa
Lo of gieat nsslHtanto to him now
that ho holds a higher ounce In tho
depaitmout. During tho Japanese
itrlko McDulllo did good woik fot
tho I'lnnters' Association nnd later
011 was In tho employ of tho diedg-J
lug company at Peat I Ilhihor.
There will bo 110 clutngo as re
r.atds authoilty In tho dotectlvo de
paitment, and McDulllo will ho fully
lu chni go, although under tho su
premo control of Shorlu Jiuiott,
All Kinds of Hat3 Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1104 Fort Street. 0pp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
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Those "Arnold" Goods
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
With lace and embroidery raffles arc
popular garments. They differ from
lawn or cambric drawers in being
made of a cooler and more clastic
Fort and Merchant Streets, i ,
IMITATION WHISKY TAPE
300 Judd Bldg., City.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o tr
hundred in 10-lb, lots
. W. O. BAFINHART,
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1 el. 146.
Boston Bldg. Fori Street..
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