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" BVENINO nULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUHSDAY, DHC, in, 1000. -
IAUT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
, At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
tally every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace R. Harrington, - Editor
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.DECEMBER 16, 1009
3ksscd is that man, who, having
.hinj; to say, abstains from riv
us wordy evidence of the fact.
irps Elliot. t
Sell jour sugar stocks on a full
market it you will, but It Is tool
tlilitK to do.
he recent Jump In sugar Blocks was It absqlutely itnAmcrlcnn, to
y an eryleaor to keep up with llo-'uml dangerous to further Brant
ulu'h onward ami tipwanl move, wit
city's pace wan too heavy.
"ew mep who keep plllnR up
tlth slop to think that, wlictlicr
y have moro than nno man Is en
oil to or not. It Is all too heavy
Jebraskn. besides having llryan,
arts the tleath ot one of lis cltl
i who saw the ChlcaBO Arc, tho
vestnn floo.l. the San Francisco
.stcr. and .spent four winters In
ciw that tho ArbttcUes find that
; owe the government money tor
ort duties not paid, there Is rea-
to believe that the competitor;!
ho Sugar Trust wero quite wll-
to prove there Is honor among
ves is long as' they wero let In
hey may deny the Governorship
Simtlomttnllc as iiuuch as they
s'e.'Miut, n careful search ot tho
cspondcuce of Territorial olllclals
Id unquestionably dlscloso a let
recently arrived from Waslilns
lu which the resignation of the
amor was discussed. Tho trend
hat letter. If tho oltlclal would
'urthor reminded, was an cx
Bod hopo that the Governor
lid complete his term.
r. Halibut's resignation ns Su
ntcudc'nt ot Public Instruction
Acs 'from tho 1'iear administra
tis most vigorous, nggrcbslvo
cITcctvo department head that
as cnjc)cil. Mr. llabbltt has
k to bis task and given the de
ment of Public Instruction u
tment I" thorniiRli organization,
hlch It was sadly In need. Tho
irnor will have no llttlo dlitl
t in flllltiB tbls position of the very
tlN! ruinorH travel with tremen
rupldlly In this city, mid n very
'repetitious make, tho terrible
ent'ot,last opening the result of
less wprclilng, as If tho stirvlv
dld not' have 'enough to hear
out being saddled with false
s, It Is clearly established that
macliUio In which Miss Smith
riding 'una nut being driven nt
ih speed. The accident wai tho
It of mistaking the road and was
of th'ijp mishaps to which every
driver, Is liable.
PROTECTION FOR AMERICA
For nearly one hundred and thir
ty years It was not considered un
American to allow people from nil
parts of the world free admission to
tho United Stn;es.
Theji conditions nroso that made
fiecdom. whereupon steps were taker.
the United States Congress to mom
completely protect tho interests of
by the United Stales Congress to tuoic
America and Americans.
Shortly before Hawaii was
Lrought under the Hag n't tho United
States measures wero passed giving
more specific protection to American
shipping In these and other waters
under tho coastwise shipping law.
There is reason to believe that such
action wait taken with n full under-
landing of the necessities for guard
ing tho lines of communication hc-
twecn this outpost and tho main
land against possible control by
There is as much Americanism in
an appeal to open tho doors of Ha
waii to all alien Immigrants as there
Is to demand that American ship
ping laws shall bo amended In a
manner that must perforce glvo tho
-n n stronger hold and eventual
i' .urdl of our lines of communication.
When we consider what blessing
t'io Americanism of annexation lias
brought 'to Mhese Islands It would
seem that the Americanism ot Piesl
dent StcKlnley Itl a pretty good
thing to tie to.
Pn.Vi tent when wo can sell jolt n.
nice homo In Niiuanu Valloy with
three bedrooms, large lot, wllh bear
ing fruit trees ami all modern ron-'-eulctices?
Ptlce $2,750.00.. Cash
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
The Alexander Young Cafe manufactures its candies
daily. This is why they have that delicious "Home
Made" flavor so foreign to candy of mainland manufac
ture. Cleanliness is our watchword,' and we invito in
spection of our factory.
"A. Y. C." on a box of. candy is
what "Sterling" means on silver.
Alexander Young Cafe
legate, Kuhlo's limit "word
zau nuestlons previous to
rturoffor, Washington will bo
r understood than his first pro
lamchto. i wants the work of fixing up
bllcari. party affairs to bo dona
'This will, lu his Judgment,
suieei)''85 friction in tho orgnnl.
n and 'more sympathy ftoin tho
urMiun tho ancient sebemo of
inlngflhe party row just heford
inrty is called upon to meet tho
tjj, OelvJgntB's rofoicuco to tho
rnbr Ji bis letter of today Is
ted In.ii kindly tone. It Is as It
Zero" shying to tho Territorial
ative,',.'! inn perfectly willing
rk,'wltli )oii. 1 want to work
ynit! 'Hut brace up, old man,
ci$ft( ufcouric tho oilier tide
r-uhat tho Governor mlcbt :'
ftowrA'd6Unc. Tho maruins
ft ''llEipubllcanLra la now u
V always 'been, iiclcn:clci.
king things by and large, It Is
UpOt.tliy least said, tho Mioticst
etlSf I.VgjnwJillo work with rc
Ss'AfMu ho nmeudmout of
Portuguese settlers arriving by
tho steamship Swanley nre not as
numerous, ns deslrablo or as readily
adaptable to conditions In the Islands
ns had been hoped.
In other words, tho latest effort
In bccnrlng Kmopcan Immigrants
for ngrlcultttial work Is not n tom
Undoubtedly this will lie laken b)
eoino of our local people im a cue t
again ralfe the cry that the Euro
pean immigration piojcct Is n fall
uro and can never Bticreed. Thcro
has 'always been an clement In tho
Territory waiting bucIi nn oppor
tunity, and teady lo follow it up with
tho I'vcr-recurilng plea that wi.nt
Hawaii wuuls is more laboicrs fl'oin
If tho Hoard of Immlgt'itloii hi.1,
the courage of conviction it Is sup
posed lo possess anil recognizes Its
duty ns a loyal public board should,
immediate action will ho taken to
carry on tho European campaign
with renewed energy.
Agent Camiibell's mission has not
been a complete success. Agent
Stucknblo's mission was a success.
It Is clear, therefore, that European
Immigrants can bo secured. It Is
c questbu of going to tho sections
where 'trio pcoplo of tho typo' needed
Many will recall with what fear
and trembling somo ot our citizens
received tho news from Mr. Stack
able, t.who handled tho previous
Kuiopean Immigration campaign,
that he intended to send a largo ship
load ot Immigrants from Spain.
Spaniards wero supposed by tlto
timid ones to be cut throats, and so
Hut when tho steamship arrived It
was found, that the Spaniards wero
superior to tho Portuguese It is now
possible to obtain.
Oepllo this oxporlencc, Agent
Campbell went directly back to tho
fluid where Stuckablo found unfav
orable conditions, ami fow uro sur
prised with his Indifferent micccsh,
It should bo apparent that tho
people ato not available in tho Por
tuguese, possesions in hucIi numbers
and quality of citizenship as in for
A mlital.c lu: lictn made ill the
conduct ol the campaign.
Therefore, rectify the errur.
Don't stve up the campaign.
There are other, field- in which
Immigrants ftfo waiting nn oppor
tunity (o make homes In a now
country, and tlui Hoard of Immigra
tion Biould not bo nfrnlfl to go after
-lilt-so ntople simply bftfaiin tome
respected citizen has read that cut
throats and thieves live thcro ami. a
poitlou ot them gel to America.
Many of the arguments presented
against Follcltiug Immlgiantg In
other countries than Portugal that
has been supplying immigrants for
North nml South America many
ycnrB arc backed by "Information''
and conclusions about ns reliable as
that found In the eastern states ic
gnrdlng methods ot life in Hawaii.
Keep up (lie immigration campaign.
It Is suro to win If backed by determ
ination and carried on under capable
HOUBIOANTS Ideal? Royal, Rose Ideal. Violet Ideal.
ROGER & OALLET Violette de Parme. Heliotrope Blanc,
Boquet Amour, Ir.dian' Hay. Flcur Amour, Souvenir
de la Cour, Fervenche de Chine.
HUDNUTS Parfum du Barry, Yankcy Clover, Extreme
RICKSECKERS Gyn. Pins Ponpr, Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edfrewood Violet, Attar Violet.
PIVERS La Trcfle Incarnat, Azurea, Floramye, Safranor.
KERCHOFFS Dier Kiss.
GOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabanple Blossom.
JERGENS Crushed Roses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violette Embaumme.
ROYAL Violette Ambrc.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
TOILET . WATERS
Violet, White Rose, Floramye, Safranor, Trcfle, Maybclls, Ideal, Lavender,
jmana, isucvyus, rins roup;, uotu uucen, vioiexte uc rarmc.
Golf Queen, Violet, Trefle, Djer Kiss, Pine; Ponjr, Du Barry Carnation Fink, Ideal, Safranor,
Violette de Parm. . - 4
Colgatcs. Eastmans, Hudnuis, Rickscckers, Menncns, Houbfcants, Rivcris, Rojcr &' Gallet,
Williams, Jcrgcns, KcrchoiTs. . v
TOILET ACCESSORIES . I
Hand Mirrors, Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes, Gillette Razors. Manicure Sets, Manicure Scisi,
son, Files and Clippers, Dagjret & Ramsdcll's Cold Cream. -""''
Benson, Smith & Co. ud:
United for months and Involved
thousands ot men. Eventually arbi
tration was undertaken by the Swe
dlsh.iGovernment nnd In tho Interim
many workmen returned to their
taskr, although the number ot uuetn
plojcd lemalncd laigc.
i . an m
WOULD KEEP MILLIONAIRE
FULL TERM IN JAIL
The 13 v o n I n g Hullo
1 1 n Is now dclhcred in tho
Kulmukl District, Including
Headers of the II tt I 1 e 1 1 n
wlto desire Hip paper dcllv
ctcd tit their homes In this
iHstrlct will be accommodat
ed if they leave their names
and addresses In tho business
ofilco ot the II ii 1 I o 1 1 n
This delivery Includes ter
rtlory up In one-half mile
muiil.ii car line on Palolo io.nl.
On Sunday mornings, the office
open from eight until ten.
KING PUTS IN FULL,, ,.., .
Swcden's.Ruler Carries, Sacjcs of Co'a)."
All, i Day Antony ,hc Laborers
Along the Docks.
STOfJKIIOI.il, 'December f,. Klhg .r. .'' , ..rltirv. In obtain n liar
attstnve on Saturday Inaugurated n .,,.. ,, , ,.. addressed n letter to
Hovel.. . Olllett on the subject.
,McCue doei not want llradbury re
letn?d before his term expires, nnd
lecejt reports of the pajment by
llrmlbuiy of various debts, which tho
millionaire owed, has caused him to
fear that the (iovcrnor 'might yet
pardon him. In n letter which ho
hent lo (Iovcrnor (Illicit today Mt
t'uo asks that llradbury bo kept
where ho If, as ho htlll, MlCuo nays,
owes him a bill.
Ail!., December 5. Dr.
vlio has taken it great
dug all efforts on tho
oalthy prisoner, U.
ltig ti term nt San
pew departure for sovereigns. DIs-
gulsed us n stevedore, he spent most
of the day carrying gntrs of coal from
r. lighter. In an Interview nfter It
Iwas ill) over the King said this was
only the beginning, He Intended lo
J mix with all clinics ff laborers bo
that he rdlght ntcertaltt their opln-
ions mid wishes. Alie.uly, ho nddgd.
he hud obtained many viiliuiblo IiIiiIh
fiiiin men with whom ho worked,
Tho determination of King Gustavo
.to learn of tho conditions of tho
Hfl.ttlHmnn.. 1... ... 14. .l I ...Itl. Il.nl.i
nvmHlhlULII Uj 1111(1.1111 lll llll'lll
r inuors nan
ecent great tle-
. nml takUig part In their
icbiillcd from the recent
p of tho business llfo of tho coun
try by u general slilkc. King tlus
lavu luloi veiled last August lu an
endeavor to oblalu a lonipioiulu'.
but without avail. The Btrlko con-
Real Estate for Sale
Well, we have' sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
Here are a few more:
Two building lots in Manoa,
$2,000 and $950 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and price and
At Kairauki and Twelfth Avenue
we have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that has
an unrivaled view of Homlulu Har
bor and the Walanae Mountains,
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots are cleared nnd improved. A
bargain at S3.800.
BIG GIFT FOR THE
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY
NEW YOIIK, Dec. 2. Tho Ameri
can lllblo Society hopes to rnlso
f:!00,000 dining the pieueul mouth
to complete u snon.oun fund which It
miibt have In Its treasury before De
cember r.lst In order to receive a
llko amount fiom .Mrs. Husscll Sago
fur nn endowment fund. Subscrip
tions received this week Included
tho largest and the smallest single
contributions so far acknowledged.
lloth gifts weto from women, ono
being for $2u,J)00 front nn anony
mous donor, and tho other for 10
cents from a poor woman lu Georgia.
See lis First
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
WE ALSO HANDLE
PIANO STOCK ON SALE
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
The Tliujcr Piano Co. received
sixteen pianos by the Litrllne, This
Is a part of tho Christmas piano
stock on sale tit this popular storo
dining tho time Intervening until
Christmas. A reduction of twclvo to
fifteen per cent on regular
prices Is being made on this stock
Tho Steluwoy & Con's Piano, being
in ti class by itself, both lu construc
tion and tono quality, necessarily
commands n greater pi Ice than any
of tho other pianos of old makers.
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyrc, opens Jan, 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bethel Strc'et '
APO At Lutinlmi, Maul, Sunday Dec.
12, 10U9, AlisB Helen Uinmoy Apo, of
IIIsb Apo was born November 18.
1888, In lao Valley, Wulluku, Maul. Shu
attended the Kamcliamcha School for
plnnp t Girls mid was graduated from there
two years ago. sno received a teach
ers' certificate from Iho Honolulu Nor
mal School Inst June, and, was ap
pointed teacher lu tho public school of
I.ulialuu, Maul, In September. ,
In sonic places they make ns much
of u ftiBS ns thuugli it hud been u real
Those Arnold" Goods
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze- .
With lace nnd cmbioidcry ruffles are '
popular garments. They differ from
lawn or rambiic drawers in bcint;
niit tk cf a coohr and moiu diihe
Foit'and Merchant Stittti.
ffi I , t1 Wl ' "
in Silk Cases
for set of four
, F. WICHMAN
Sc CO.,- T.td.
Leading Jewelers., ,