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.EVENmo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H.V.TUi:srAY, DKC. U, 1009.
AILT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
Vaily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of caek wetk.
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Per Monlti, anywhere hi l 3. .... .7ft
Per Quarter, nwhttelti U 3.... 3. no
P Yw, ativiicte InU.S. H.oo
Per Year, tttiaid, toreijtn, .,,,,, I2.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
c in the Territory of Hawaii.
Hp J I Editorial Rooms, - 185
1 l.lBusiness Office, - 256
If you know how to spend less
than you get, you have the nhiloso
Vhcr's tone. Benjamin Franklin.
It Ih nlwitjH safest to woik. for
tlm Amcilrnn tuturo ot Hawaii, nnil
thus bo bcciire ng.vlnst adverse leg
.Hvory llvot merchant In Honolulu
lias cnlicliiiIrU thut advertising nay
Jib may bo welt understood liy u
lirrusal or tlio columns ot tho 11 u 1 -1
c t I n.
Huropcuti ImmlRrantB arriving to
day bhould be Ulu foroi minors ot a
btv.uly stream of settlers that will
lncrcaso In vnluuia many fold when
tlio Panama Oatwl'maltes tlid rmto
Short and ens),
perhaps the merchants with
Christmas goods nro eeicurlng the
money that would otherwise go Into
tho ttock marKet It Is nil to a good
causo and .slocks can nlTord to wait
till after tho holldnvs.
If Zelaj'a Is not punished In the
most nnnroved mannci It will not be.
the fault ot the. JiqporflWc. Xfl'lbi
man from Mat- land svheu tho war
m .iarjianii iuen ino wai
M he viiilliri Ue for rttil
d ot a rggtl 55S
la opened he wiilUwi uue for ripe
"Lot It go. at that. Tho-nu.i4ient
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(.orrcctly. was the cojilldcntljl nics-
uiko sent from V.i8hfhjjto,n''lo 'a'
former Uo cnioTjaiTtf ?,Tori JaS'
nftcr u general cxliianauoaoIJJ.he
JlacArlhur Incident. It .seems n
liretty good npflll(f.ifIhA'lfi)f tl'soto
of tho Kuhlo-Governor Inclucnt.""'
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Thcro is no doubti'that'tho'W.iUKu
IJnglncers ncolmnwiIhHitiiOon tho."trJ
tcntlon of tho coastwise lsWv. 'And
the national urganlintlon meeting n
AVoshtngton fnttxtniioiih,-J)lds fair
to bo of thcjftii'hnlnd If thlji Is
hacked by thaJwli)B commercial
ond marltlmo organizations of the
Pacific' Coast It would seem advis
able for this Territory to hold to
the policy of seeking no further ex
ceptions to American laws.
ENGINEERS WHO AMERICANS.
Itcsolutlons pawed by the local
organization of the Mai I no Engi
neers demonstrate very clearly tho
position ot American citizens who
nimo under (he heading of the
skilled meth in leu, on tho question
of withdrawing tho protection now
given tho American merchant ma-
i Ilia In tlieio w.itcis thio'tfj .is
tiustwibo Hhfijptng laws.
'Members of, the Marine Knglneors
it ro. tlio tpo of men that Is Ubuallyr
clnsbed as tliq most ilcslrablo t'n be
found In nnv part of our nation fur
Americanization purposes. As re
gards their numerical force, the lo
cal organization represents more
votes than wcro assembled at tho
Civic l'edcinllbn meeting, and
wlillo fholr wealth may not bo as
great thoy nro ns deeply Interested
In tho welfare of the Nation and of
llawal! as iny person in that as
Hoinlily. Tltoso nre tho men, tho
particular mechanics and electri
cians If you 'please Hint one of tlio
fcpcuk'ors at the Civic federation
meeting stated were tho only men
required in the navy nowadns.
While, wo differ with the extraor
dinary conclusion of the speaker,,
who said teamen from the merchant
marlno are no longer needed fur
.tho'iinvy, we nro very certain that
tho efficient engineers of the mer
chant marine are u very Important
supporting nr;n of the navy.
'iThelr anxiety lest adverse and
UUjAmerlcun legislation should force
them to tho wall and lcavo them
without cniplojmcnt Is and should
'1'duio greater than tho determination
t'jftho United Slates government to
! maintain the marine engineers as u
jVeservo foita to, bo called on In time
i yrheso men speak from n Btnno
polnt thut Is llltlo heard in these Is
lntids the bRindpoint ot tho Ameri
can workliigiiien. '
il iiii4 i'i;i iiii.iuiBtiiii'Ju nil) i
icyiof tho llijilrd States at this tl
ltifs to fostor'an Incieabo of An
If this piper uiidcistnuds tlm pol-
iiin ivvoikuiuiia these Islands, not n
jrojfiwo understand the tomnor of
jthepeoplo ot (ho Pacific .Coast,
murgi win ie iiiure nuppuri
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,
ler Si Moiitna 0 .Bo
Per Year, anywlieteln U S . l.oo
Pn Year anynht n Camda.. I. Bo
Perear fostpald, loteiii.. 2,oo
Catered at the t'ostoffice at ..ntwlulu
m seconfca matt rf .
.DECEMBER A4, 1909
the resolutions of tho Marino Hngl-
ncers of this Territory than cm be
found for nn pioposals to make ec-
tcptlons to prcbent laws mid thus
enable foreign competition In placo
tho American merchant marlno ami
(ho Americans It employs at n seri
There arc botne Indeed clalmltiR to
Know .tho seutlinunt of tho Presi
dent, who belli ve that ho would
ronslder an expression from Ameri
can worltlngnmn In .Honolulu us
Inking as nAicnW eight ns that of
tile Chic federation. He nt least
would give thdVorltcra a hearing.
THE LATEST UNDERSTANDING.
Delegate Kuhlo, after a router
i nee with the Acting Governor, ap
pears to hne tal.cn n different view
of tho statements inado to him by
the Governor concerning the Kn
tnaoa lands. He Is less harsh In his
characterization of his understand
ing of the Governor's remarks to
him and consents to tho Issunnco ot
ii statement to that effect.
This follows .along the line sug
gested editorially by tho JJul)o-
,iction that lue,,icoplp,.riKllU.llc
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.TC.r-.ttrr3Tjjiiif fiU i
-THPMFJfiF INn H&W11I :.t
Ultla", ,li,a!fiuo:i ootid ' i:
Tlio full tojt "ofJ,'Ui":Prcslilcnt',ii!
nfWagiAwaBtl'tleKcd1 Vy tlWllHll -
l.o.Un In, today's mall., ..Tho. sum
tl IPlit. oil1 vnpvii SdJoiIjiti !i
Prcb s-'Klton,!)) tills lMUolaJo,fJe
leading toploi-dnnwlilch jithoa iieoluO
of this -Territory would havo first ln.-
I'or the fir j l time In nltio ears
Hawaii has no placo In tho message
oxcept ns this Territory is associated
with tho program of making Pearl
Harbor the naval base ot tho Pa
cific. This failure to securo tho special
mention m frequently given tho Is
lands by Mr. 'faffs distinguished
licdiculiMir ii'i'd not sUalty Hi it
the 1'criltnry 13 forgotten. I'lrM
dent Taft has not entcied Into the
rdmluibtr.ittixi of Individual terri
tories, excepting Alaska, In tlio de
tailed manner that chahicteijzcd nil
ot the prlndpjl.messages of ' Mr.
Koobcvelt. 1 At tho hamc limn It
shows Hint the piescnt Incumbent
has not perhaps Mr. Roosevelt'
marked nthusl.iMu for Hawaii.
iUMii T11 ft wittes 11 ineKbago that Is
easy rending nnd not too long to bo
read In full. Ho refrains from lec
turing Congress nnd has perhaps
gone to tlio opposlto extreme, from
President Iloosovelt, who was fre
quently chnrged with writing ser
mons ,nnit calling them messages to
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nnd I hopo It will meet with action
suited to Its urgency.
Onlng'tO the necessity for rrnnnmv
In expenditures, I havo directed tho
curtailment ot recommendations for
naval appropriations bo that thoy aro
S38.000.000 less than tho correspond
ing estimates of last year, nnd tho re
quest for now nnvnl construction Is
limited to two first-class battleships
and ono repair vessel.
Tho uso of n Nnvy Is for military
purposes, and thcro has been found
need In tho department of n military
branch dealing dlicctly with tho mili
tary uso of tho fleet. Tho Secretary
of tho Navy has nlso felt tho lack of
responsible advisors to aid him in
reaching conclusions and deciding Im
portant matters between coordinate
branches of tho department.
To securo those results ho has Inau
gurated n tentativo plan Involving cor
tnln changes In tho organization of
tho Nuvy Department, Including tho
Navy jards, all of which hnvo been
found by tho Attorney General to ho
In uecordanco with tho law. I havo
approved tho execution ot tho plan
proposed becniiso of tho greater odl
(louey and economy It promises.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrnnncd
ready for mailing, SO cents t B u 1
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Thon 185
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i lifrJlf tle hao'noiloult0i)f Uipjut-
ll'rf' .fcHl'.w..vv ..,..., ..a UMl
Ililment of Itho II il 1 1 e,t I n; wlliirc-
VISIT COLLEGE HILLS
And see the attractive homes being
built by Honolulu's best citizens.
The valley is cool; the neighborhood
i the best; the car
Lots arc 'low being
tract. The sooner
;reatcr choice you
ots ate larae. the
ivflpternis arc easy.
1. For Rent The Atherton
house on Pacific Heights.? 40.00
2. A large, 5 bedroom, nicely
furnished house in the
city is offered for rent... 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
LOGAN WAS UNDER .
'Continued from Pant t.
Scroml will, take up thelrbtatlon at
Mindanao. Tho Logan Is laden with
over thrco thousand tons of general
quartermaster supplies nnd In the
rpeclo tnnks there aro over thrco linn
tied thousand pesos In tho currency
of tho Philippines. In addition to offi
cers nnd troops tho transport Is tak
ing n number of casuals. Tho vessel
arrived nt Honolulu at da break with
1 very staterrem occupied and her
decks swarming with enlisted men.
Tho trip down was Inclined to be 11
rather rough one. Tho vessel was In
more or less constant touch with the
(UtBldo world through her very e!ll
elent wireless plant. Hach dny Inltr
fftlng Items of Information wcro post
td on'tho'pnv.ienndo deck and In the
' Among Jh'e passengers 'of proih
Ifleuce'oA board Is Lieutenant O. P. it
llWznrd, who for llie past foiir scar's
IcHs'been statltricd ot tho I'iceldio ami
now loins hlq rcglniOnt, thoi Second,
Cavalry He went to Sou I-iaticibco
turn... , 'i,. 1 tlv.'l,.tJi'lJ.....
Ullk HI ..'1- UU1III ,. slUlll, llV 'I""',,
iern'AHfef'of Hint department, nnd ill's-t1ngulhed'hlnt.t-lf
lij" hl3',w"o'rk nplfe
Prcphllo nt' tbn't time. When Colnnl
Clem went oast Hazzard continued his
r.ert, U. S. A. retired.
Anothor pnsenger well knovvti -11
Mnjor Albert 13. Truby, medical do
rartment, who has been nt tho Presidio
for threo jenrs.
The Logan is lo remain over at llo
1 olulu until tomorrow nftcrnoon, Tho
vessel is posted to sail for Manila by
Iho way ot Guam nt 4 o'clock and will
tnko n few pascngers from this port.
Tho Logan wll! take 011 .1 mud I amount
of eonl and supplies dm lug her slay at
HOLD-UP MEN AT
WORK IN CITY
(Continued from Pace 1)
Tint Chlncbo .put up n R"'"' (lghL
nnd yelled lustily -for Hie , poller,
andr tho thugn becomllig'fNghlenelk
guibbed a dollar fiom Iho pake's
Real Estate for Sale
t, - m
Well, we have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
ncre are a few 'more:
Two building lots in Manoa,
$2,000 and $950 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation
At Kairauki and Twelfth Avenue
vie have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that has
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har- . , ,
bor aud tho Waianac Mountain, V. v
'and Where the1
the tract have been built. These, ,ti
lots nre cleared and improved. A
' bargain at 83,800. '
Fort and Merchant Streets.
sold in this
you buy tnc
will have. The
prices low, and
THE ONE PLACE
"To, accommodate dta many plroas! J
THEJ WIRELESS OFpiCE
II ' I C ri TU II
tWill'be ope'6n Snnday'Tiruhs ;.
from eight HinMl Iten d'ctoekiH"
mat pocket otntn tliel) .raaniip j.Uu'
sticet. ' As thelClilncscpfuRtlly filr
lowed tho ri)Wiartl 'einaoor-: tjieiu
b(Hiuiio-niif;ieil Und,dVaw;ia '(UlA'l1
vol)rr,iiflrcd;ii snot butf wnetnecPV
thclr)ipj)?jier or nt Is not Itnowil, ijl'll' -in.; -Chief
-McHiilTle, who was- out1 all ' 'i'Jii;
ntM.1 nn ll,o i li f tlm iiiilnlmi.1 ' ''' tlWl
tliaV tlio giin play wTis" nialltT'Tmrfo
to frighten tho Chlncso than nuy
Tho hold-up men Injtlielr Hurry
quite overlooked tho fact that the
Chinese had n huge siim ot money
In the back pocket ot his pants.
As boon n3 the mnttor was reported
to MqUuIHo ho went on tho hunt for
tho linmhs, 11ml ho got homo clown
1,11111 will piobably lipid tho gun men
In I'm tolls Mime timo today.
OFF THE ASIA
'(Continued from Pase tl
had anything to do with tho bimig
(.ling of opium into tho Territory,
were positively Identified by hovciuI
of the men already under urrost for
complicity lu,mu hinuggllng of tho
and price and
' It W'
best residences 'fn1 '
We are plcasedvto offer at this season an assortment cf toilet articles larger
better than we have ever had. The quality is not surpassed anywhere.
HOUBIGANTS 'lAcal!')!!oyal, Rose Ideal. Violet Ideal.
ROGER & GALLET Vifalettc dc Panne, Heliotrope' Blanc,
Boquct Amour, Irdian Hay. Fleur Amour, Souvenir
dc la Cour, Pervsnchc dc Chine.
HUDNUTS Farfum du Barry, Yankey Clover, Extreme
RICKSEOKERS Gyo. Ping Pong, Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edgewood Violet, Attnr Violet.
TIVERS La Trefle Incarnat, Azurea, Floramye, Safranor.
Violet, White Rose. Floramye, Safranor, Trefle, Maybclls, Ideal,
Azurea, Dactylis, Ping Pong, Gold Queen, Violctte de Panne.
Golf Queen, Violet, Trefle,
Violctte dc Farms.
Colgatcs. Eastmans, Hudnuts, Rickscckcrs, Menncns, Houbigautsr
Wiliiams, Jergcns, Kcrchoffs.
TOILET APCESSfiRIESl'j A r;
Hand Mirrora, Hair. Tooth ond Hail Brashes, Gillette Rason, Manicure Sets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files nnd Clippers, Daggct & Ranitdcll's Cold Cream. ' i ' ' ' "
vsccuidlng to the evacuee tn-i (1)0
liandH.'ofiUli'c United SlaUsMilllcluls.
thp t,o. Clilncsu mimed wre 'the
leijnWihqjiromsht tho opium 'onlo1
jip. .UJa,,!) tho Orient nnd conceal
ed lt,duyuf; the , vo j ago ncrijns th,
ntjljltv itiijnInfCiJ( ovj'.lo (iinrc'A
n).ili;KJ.iljoulnii v(la.'iP n ruvorablo
opportiiiilty ,-as presented.
(JNt' Iblfi't.uico. Is ntlached lo tlio
(jlsfjlalijioiiof the two Chinese, for
U,ls bnjl. 'iat the ovldc'noo 'dim-
ll'n-lfflfr ' 1 It), lltn t. rf- tt 1 1 . n
tl'fli , "B ring will be cablly
Ilea their ases come
in the United States
.WASHINGTON, D. C. Wonder
ful progress in eliminating leprosy
lb being made by tho federal authori
ties In tlio Philippines, ncioidlug to
it rcpoit made public by tho Public
Health nnd Marlno Hospltnl Service.
This has been accomplished primari
ly by Begicg.itliiR tho most hoi Ions
eases, hull of lute gient progress lins
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m-i-ll iiiuyp y oyillg MlO'A-ra),
Dr. Vlelpr tr.'llelser. who Is lif
riuirge of the government's work In
uio I'liiiipptnos, reports that the X
my has hten sueiebstul In n fow cas
ec, but that tho demonstrations thus
far mada'dltfCloso-'tliat It Is billtuTito
jonly for, especially solected cases.
mid cannot ho regarded as n cer
tain cuidjfor n(l JJiids of leprosjv
Tho icpint ot Dr. HcUer shows
Hint tho Anicrliiin licalth officials
hnvo made great headway In' check
ing tho spread of tio disease. Hlev
en j ears ngo, when tho United States
took po3tesslon of tho Islands Jn tho
I'.tr Kast, theie were between .three
.-.lu iwui iiiuiiouiin luners iiioro.
1900 tho health ofllclals estnblUhed
n leper colony on tho Island ot Cul-
Those "Arnold" Goods
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WE ALSO HANDLE
Inn, located about 2-0 miles from
Manila." Tho ilslaiidlrl ao )y ' IJ
miles In dimensions uiid Is suffli-lout-lj'
largo to' penult tlm lepers to cs
tiibll.li thcniselvcs wherever 'thoy
, Thoy hayo boon taught lo Intbr
cbt'tlfemselves In town govcriunbiit,
Thoy elect tho town officers nnd
have J general chmgo ot tho nffalrs
ortlid"1lslnrul, tinder the supervision J
of tho health authorities. Nearly
ul of them engago In fnrmlijg, nnd
tho "necessary niilmals, farming m
plemcnts nnd lioutes mo furnished
ut goveinmcnt expense. l'rlcnda
and relatives aro permitted to visit
the segregated natives under prop-
ei safecunrds. but with Hint tmii.
tlnu tho.lslanilorK nm hIimI orr hum
tho rest ot tho world
Fo,r This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
With lace and embroidery ruffles are
popular garments. They differ from
lawn or cambric drawcis in being
made of a cooler and niore clastic
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KERCHOFFS Dier Kiss.
GOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabapple Blossom.
JERGENS Crushed Poses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violctte Embaummc.
ROYAL Violctte Ambre.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
Lavender, Crushed Roses,
Cnrnr.tion Fink Meal, Safranor,
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Rivcris, Roger & Gallct, . .
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On Match 31, liiU'J, according to
Dr. Hclsoi, there woio only -',44i
epeis lu thc( Philippines, which
tluivv's tlpit sl;uo May, l,M,"X whcn
tl)9 "9'lLa It'istltulcd' tho'poUy
oj srjegatlon, nnd nt whlet( ,ljiniij
there wcie 3,'C9 eases, tho number
(jf (Jeaths has exeecded the iiunib'or
(if now cases by l.OtS. It Is'estl
mated jhat under tho Spanish sjs
tcm tlicro wcro nbout 700 now cases
nnmui!, while liis't jeur tlierp vvoro
only 300. i)r, Helser deehircs that
thore aro few' cases of lepiosy which
r,iliti(it bo tiaccd to niTdthcr lener,
which demonstrates tho ncccbslty ot
in Silk Cases
for set of four
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