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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., FIUDAY,, DKC. 17, li09.
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1ATLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN. PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinff Street. Ho61nln. Territorv of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday, weekly is'j'ued on Tuesday of Mck week."
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRISI,
' Wallace R. Parrlngton,
We arc 'pleased, to flffer at this season an assortment of toilet articles larger and
bttlcrthan wc haycpver had. The quality is not surpassed anywhere.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES a'AYABLEINADVANCl.
Per Mouth, Anrwlicie In 0.S 9 -711
Pit Quarter, Ruywtict.ln U.S..,.. 3.to
Tct Yf.r, ftthere I11U.S. M.oo
Tcr Year, tiontiaut, foreign 13. oo
Ftr Sl Montm.;. ,. .Ho
Ter Ycir, nrwhielnU.S I.cmj
Pet .Year. nynliffe n Canada., I.Au
Per YciV'ttostpatd, loieiRn 3,oo
,- CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
' In the Territory of Hawaii
J Editorial Rooms, - 185
ts Office. - 256
T& J Editorial
Entered At the P04tofl.ce at
as tecond-cUM mitt
FRIDAY DECEMBER 17. 1909
The chief1 art of lcarnine; is to at- will light for the ship subsidy law
tempt but lijtlc at a time. The wid- Hits session, says: "Speeches don't
est excursions of the mind are made curry bills In Congress. It's tlio
fcv short mhhts rencatcd: the most mah-lo-man arRiuncnt Hint coimtH.
lofty fabrics of science are formed This Is tho kind of work I nm going
hv the eolitinucd accumulations of lu do for tho ship subsidy bill.
single propositions. John Locke.
Never his n better opportunity of
fered to hild on to sugar stocki, de
spite tho Irecord presented by tho
Stork Exchange quotations from day
believe I can cicerclso some litllucncc
In tho lower ,houso among tho-mcu ot
my pai.ty, and 1 nm going to use
every argument I know to win them
to the support of the bill."
Pay rent when wo can sell.ymu'.a
nlt,o home In Xuiia'nu Vnlloyi,vltli
three bedroom.V'lnrnu lot, wlth'b'cnr
Ing fruit trees nnd nil modcrri,coh
vonlcnccs? ITlco $2,700.(10. 'Cftsli
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Trent Trust Co.. Ltd.
STOCKS AND BONDS,
During tho boom days quite a
Kuiribcr ot purchasers of building
If It bo truo Hint the Knpaa laml lots found that they had paid for u
mailer' Is about to be brought to u.jnt wftleh tho mortgage had not
head, it Is also truo that tho Kapati i,ccu Katl8fled. As tho present
land matter. Is n boll ot ancient nctlvlty In real estate Is not a boom
Hncag-;. demand tind the selling agents (bus
?T: ' far nro tellable corporations nnd re-
President 7.elaya, despite his cr- Ual))o mcll th(,rc BCClng m0 ,)robi,.
ratio methods of trying to run hl .iitllty of "tho old record being rc-
govorninoni, ai least. Knows .pcate(, ..,, ,.,. ,6 ... . .,.,,
own government, at least
enough t6 go In when It rains ships .certainties of tho situation, however,
that 'the seller, who ttcs tjio Instnll-
iintl men from the United States.
Now that San Francisco has In-,
corporated Its l'anaina-l'aejllc expo
sition and set the date for lllf,
'What has become of Honolulu's l'wl
Harbor celebration once slated for
AVItat folly It would be for Ha
waii to glo up the Kuropcan Immi
gration because one agent lias mnUo
it ino'st Indifferent sucress of the
IHIlciilt nnd Important task-to which
. no was delegated. . ; . ,j.
Not half of what tio Federal govt
, ornmont Is doing on the Island of
Oahu has ever been" told, but Up,
j ii 1 1 c t i n in tomorrows isstio
will review moro of It than. has been
l.revlously put before the public..
King I.copol'd ot'Ilblglum has bepri
ono of the lrtosl powerful figures ot
his (lay.. NonJhfit lie" Tins passed
to his nnill reward various wrltors
wllljund, tUnWo, discuss what good
no did in inis world. Very few roso
' to his defaijuu whlo he lived.
There Is much hnrd Bensc lu ili&
lemlndcr of President Wnrd of tho
Marine Knglneers that the energy of
this iilggreailvo town would bo ap
plied to bclcr elTcct If turned lo nil
undivided and enthusiastic support
,i ot tho shlir subsidy-bill.
Now Yojfc City's Hoard ot Kdticn
tlon Has lyirrcil football from tho
public schools of lireatcr Now
York,Mira.nclng the game as dnngcr
, tins. Now that football Is martyrized
Its boy frlotuU in N'ew York will Ih
lll,.lK by tho thousands.
"Hut ready for tho Cnnal" Is, tho
message sent out liy John llurrctt to
the people of' the Gulf and Pacific
States, and It npplleH mighty forcibly
to Iftinolulti, Sotuo of our people
iipiicnr In bo actually living unttor
the delusloii that the present activ
ity and growth nro temporary ttf
nicnt money of tho home purchaser
for other" liutpeses than: satisfaction
of the- mortgage on tho' tironelty
ihnll'ne Jnit' where he' belongs.
KUinb AND THURSTON.
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Delegate Kuhlo having' reminded
the liio'rtilfig 'paper of Its well-known
reputation jor Jlolng Its utmost to
t'-.inge tho Itepubllcan party tlur-
kS tljo .pvpgrj 's ot a, campttlgn, that
organ1 comes unc.ic at tne ueiegnio
by reading Ulm out of the Ilopubll
un part. ' ,
' .The- public having In mind the
abject npdlogy written. by I.onln A,
Thurston 'for the attacks mndc .by
his newspa'iicr on Delegate Kuhlo
tun asl)y believe that that paper's
opinions, -which nre those, of its
owner, will be entirely Inlluonccd
In tho 'ttiUfro, as they, very obviously
have been lu the past, by tho pros
pect of the IIIIo breakwater nnd
Thurston's ability, to uso 1011110-.
Thurston un'ilcrat'ootl and admitted
Ihnt he had to -."have JCulilo"' In or
der to get IheTifeakwatcr. Now he
has It started, he. believes ho can
get nlong without Kuhlo.
Tltnt'H all thcro Is .to the liositlon
ui tho jutrft-nrnKi papor,.
Asrit'siirhs f- Knhh), iile- trip
through tho County of Hawaii has
led him to mckQ assertions that will
tend to alienate certain voters who
wero nbsolutclj? necessary to , his
clcutlo nn year ago, ""
AVhat the Republicans have to
t'otisldcr Is whotlicr. their land ,oll
cy Is Htroifg llghtjngt ground, mid,
Yli.ilhcr tt ,1s ,uilvsnlil,a nt tto
piccuv. llliu ill jtuqw.
The Alexander Youiik Cafe manufactures ,ft, candies
daily.. This is why they have that de.licious "Home
Jlade" flavor so foreign to candy of ntaihland, manufac
ture. Cleanliness is our watchword, and wc invite in
spection of our factory. ,.-....
UA. Y. C" on a' box of candy is
what '.'Sterling" liiearis on silver.
Alexander Young Cafe
It, what nre Its resources, commerce
There" Is only four Hiunre, allies
dlffcrehce between the area of Nica
ragua nnd tho state of New xYork.
T.ako Connecticut out of Now Kng
land, nnd Nicaragua would cover thrf
rest of it. It Is approximately half
'the size of tho state of Washington,,
On Sunday mornings.! the office is
open trom eignt.ivntiltcn.
tho center, having f,000 .Inhabit-
IIOUBia'ANTS Ideal, Royal, Rose Ideal, Violet Ideal.
ROGER & GALLET Violcttc de Parmc, Heliotrope Blanc, '
Boquet Amour, Indian Hay, Fleur Amour, Souvenir
de la Cour. Pervenchc dc Chine.
HUDNUTS - Parfum du Barry, Yankey Clover, Extreme
RICKSECKERS i- Gyp. PinR Ponrr, Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edjrewood' Violet,' Attar Violet.
TIVERS La Trcfle Incarnat, Azurea, Floramyc, Safranor,
KERCHOFFS Dier.Kiss. ,
GOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
JERGENS Crushdd Roses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violette Embaumme.
ROYAL Violette Ambre.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.-
' TOILET WATERS
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Violet. White Rose. Floramye; Safranor, Trcfle, Maybells, Ideal, Lavender; Crushed Roses,'
Azurea, Dactylis, Pinpr Ponjr, Gold Queen, Violette dc Panne. .,
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. - SACHET POWDERS
Golf Queen, Violet. Trcfle, Djcr Kiss. Pinir Pone, Du Barry Carnation' Pink. Ideal, Safranor,
Violette dc Panne. ;" ' r-AiV JRW'tMJ.
Colgatcs. Eastmans, Hudriuts, Rickseckcrs, Hennens, Houbirvants, Rivcris, Roger & Gallci,
Williams, Jergcns, Kcrchoffi. , .
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Hand Mirrors, Hair. 'Tooth' and Nail Brushes, Gillette Razors, Manicure Sets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files and Clippers, DaRgct & Ramsdcll's Cojd Cream. , , -) '.ft '
Benson, Smith & Co., Lki
Ptesldcnttaft tells Congress that,
believing In' retrenchment, tho de
partment estimates put, before Coti
p.ress mcrety call for tho uctual ne
cessities ot the government. If Con
gress' acts us tlioitgh this were nit
oxnet statiinieut of fact, It will bo
tho first Itimo imy chief oxeciitlvo
lias been li (ittoil with studi tllstlu
''h cluvlter re
: up lil atrei
tho lolephoun con);
equlrcs that In dig
ging up tub streets, tho company's
representatives shall lenvo tho roatl-l
way In us good condition us they
found It. Gulches and chuck holes
jmw In oyidenco. show how woll
this la'liclnp done, and ought to call
for thu nt'tpiitl(ii of Territorial uti-
"lliorltlcs If. the city has nothing to
nay In theljpatter.
; .General. Irudc continues largo "In
vnluind, iiilei-l.'illy In tho Jnterlor.
Dank clt-a'lliiKs ileiiionsti-uto ,thl.
'Jlitlhoad itmili'iBi in o very underlie
for and tV- t i,tr.irJi'll.ir-- a-tlvttj,
'tn'.teel a 'j t hqwi, no hIkuo oi'
tilMt.'atf. .pxtllf, aro alec- ,ln gm l' Ji "l
demand ,Hcnr;' CItws' lianklil 'h 'rlt .v
V ' Itrls'm'IfiUtUir'-l to make cut, any.
i-'-thliiKvbiit jStfiK'ad piospuilty in
& tlut'UpurogrUplt- ' - -i --"S.'
Congressman Hartlett of Nevada,
ons-of Hie Democratic members wno
M JTiC ...
to drift- into u light that will mean
a coutesi, liioio nearly along, ruco
Hues than anything Hawaii has ex
perienced slnca tho Wilcox dnysf
it tho Delegate allows himself to
bo" fore,oil ,or' w'lieetllcd Inlo such a
f'ght whlcli ll is earnestly lioped
he Svlll not "do- there' ciin be only
one eventual rcsalt. " Tlio,-- only
question would be 'the amount of
ruin und nrrcste prosperity that
will bo sprbud .along, the imth", ,
One of (lib nitfst' valtmlilo phases
of tho wprk done by tho interna,-
tlonal. Kurcaii of American Kopib-
lies- Is-- tho accurate, and timely lilt
lormatlon It tllsscminatos regarding
Hie, iielg(i,loi'B to tlio south of us.
Thlst jiprcju handles data In which
the ucople are Intorestod, It preach-
C8 tq.the ,A in or can manufacturers
hnd. merchants thrit they must put
their' goods In un attraptlvo form
for the trade (f 'tltoy. cxpec, success,
and practices whut It preaches whon
liandllng'l1irformullon tor,, Americans!
In line with tho up-to-dateness of
thq llurenu's operations Is n nicmo
tainliinj hont out by Dln-ctor llurrctt
gtvliif tho plain, fuels regarding NIC
nrngiin. of which so'llttlo Is known
by tho nveriig6'adcr and regarding'
which ru many icaduru now wish lit
loruutlmi. , .... . f . ., v,
jsTlifi nicmawcUun: L("f,h.: IM
it j: ine mjpt,vc,c:irale.S5d tv'.Ji,
rJua of. dpythln: th,at ha ton
published tlncc .."tlaya besan, to
tomiiiand tho attention of the stale
department, It follows;
Kverybody seems In bu nsking. In
View of present, ileyelopilieiits, what,
exactly; 1 Nicaragua, hov,'' larK i
To he1 exact, It covers -9,200 square unls. It is 1.18C nil)cs tioni, Now'
miles, which Is, larger than Holland, Orleans and 310 mlle,s from Colon',
llelglum and Denmark combined. It The only other Important places on
has a' remarkable t;xtont ,of coaBt 'this coast nro, Grcylown, nt tlio
lines on two , oceans. On the Carlb- southern point, with 2.000 Inhabit
bean, It reaches .nearly 300 miles nnts, nenr tho mouth of tho Sail
due north-and smith; on the I'ucldc Juan river, which vastoJinve bc.cn
It extends- 22K miles. Its greatest the course or the IstntlTTaii eniKiTlf
width Is 276 miles, or approximately built throtgh Nicaragua, nnd Capo'
tho distance from Vnshlngton to Gracilis a Dlos, at tho norllicr(
New York. Itp leant Width Is 12s point, with only l.r.OO people. Oil
miles, or, approximately tltq distance the populnted I'aclfi'c slope the chief
from Uilicngn to toe. Misiippi cmes are i.eon, titu iiif((ric iinti in-
river. terostlng old rnpltnl. with 00,000 lu
ll, has tho smallest population or hiitiltants; Managua, tho present
nny Central. American country,,but capital, with tO.OOOji JIataalpa, with
Is correspondingly capnblp .of gi;eat 10,000; (lianda, -wiMi 12,000, nnd
material d'evolopmon't. Thcro, ' urp rcveral other towns' lit from 6,000 lo
only nbout OOO.OOO po'oplo within Ita lO.OOtii Tho prlncfpal port on tho
limits. Of these, flvc-slxHis nro l'nclllu side Is Corluto, near tho
upon the western or Pnrlnc side. 'liortlierit end, with only about 2,000
The eastern or Caribbean shora IIhs people. At tho southern end is tho
low and Is drained by. many' rivers, harbor of Sun Juan del Stir.
The ,only Jnd)istry .In this -fectlon lj Thcro Is one railroad In Nlcnra-
iho growing of bananas, wiicn weru gun. which starts nt cnrinto and
shlppcd'iin l'JOS lo tlio pumher nt nms to Managua, nnd thenct across
1,600,00(1 hunches, valued, nt 60 lo (Jrnnaila on l.nl.o Nicaragua,
cfitts n bi(iicli. jThe principal l,own wdilt-lt Is Hin J'irijijst,. Inland body of
l)orls; llluellelt(s, ii-llille sottili-at wuicr ni,al.j.u)lli mcrcn. If ono
wishes tp go to Nicaragua he can
take steamers on Hie Atlantic Bide
from Now York, New Orleans or Mo
bile, rjolng by l'aclllc ho will take
steamers from San Francisco "or
from roast points of other countrlos,
It'et'lulps tho quickest ,way to, icach
II today" Is either through Mexico by
rail uvi by steamer from Sallna
.Cru2 IcVCoi'nto, or by steamer from
I New Orje'tJ direct to Ulueflclds.
The little Jctt ney generally takes
', If. however, one
,sl 'cphst. It Is prac
;oio lo go to tho west
.Hit of the lack ot rail
land r .
t l " on u
ita Is ami ii her facilities. A com-
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Real Estate for Sple
Well, we hive sold our College fi'
Hills bargain advertised last week.. ''
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Our bargains seem to take.
Hero arc a few more;
Xwo buiidrhg 'lols in Manoa,
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$z,uuu ana aou rcspccuvciy, uooa -i
soil, Bo'od' elevation and price""ranJ '-'
.w,r ,.K., -, . .y.unf ,.J
At Kaiinukt and iwcutii Avenue
we,' have four (4), of the best lots
This is the locality that has ,..
jiixn ,v." to go to tlio west const Is
.Ma'h . -ia und tho 1'aclfle sldo.
inu-ioiai vaitio tH tne joroigit
trade of Nicaragua in 10OS aniount
ed'to $.7,500,000, ot which exports
wero JJ.uOO, 01)0 and Imports 3,
000,000. . Nlcnragun. bought from
the United States textiles, clothing,
machinery, etc., vnlucd nt $1,300,-.
000. Slio sold to tho United Slates
bananas, codec, rubber, mahogany,.
rattle, hides, etc., vnlucd nt $1,050,-
NIcuragua has a president, n cabi
net with ,flvo ministers or Bec'roiar-
Icb, thirteen departments or states,
r-nd ilvo divisions like our territor
ies. Uh national nstctuhly consnits
of only ope chamber, which Is now
In boHsltm. --
I.) lug botwecn 10 degrees Mi min
utes and 1 1 degrees ' 65 minutes
north latitude ami botweon S3 de
grees It minutes and 87 tlegrcos to
minutes west longitude, It Is located
nil within, the tropics, but It bo's it
lonsldcrnblo variety 'of climate. Al
though tho cast coast Is low-lying
Mid very warm, tho central tint!
western sections' aro In parts so
mountainous nnd elevated that tho
temperature novcr renclw n high
point, and tho cflmntd can be' con
sidered salubrious. The'" western
section, In, which tho greater part
Three bedroom house on
Kewalo St., $55.
New and Modern house on
Kapiolan'i St., $35.
Three bedrasm house on
Lunalilo St., $30.
We have other cood prop,
crtics for sate and for lent.
COME IN AND SEE US.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
' BETHEL STREET
of the population Is located, has such
u- varying latitude, nnd thu country
Is so liiiikcu with hikes und so closo
to Iho sea, that It is not by nny
menus ,ns hot us If would itppear to
bo on the map.
TURTLE GATHERS HISTORY.
BAST l.lVKItrOOU (Ohio), Nov
ember 20. A turtle with se'vRuty
flvo years of history carved on Its
back was found near Lisbon, and at
tor 'another lino hnd bccn recorded
It was turned looso to get some more.
In 1832 Aaron linker ot Signal found'
u turtlo upon, his farm und cut his
inane und dato on its shell.
, In 18G4 Thomas linker, n son
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Jan.lst.
All matters confidential.'
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
found tho turtle,, und lie, .too, cut Ills
liamn und thu datov In 18811 (ho tur
tle was found by Joseph linker, a
grandson, und ho did us tho former
This looming William, UukCr, a'.
grcuVgrniidson, wandered upon the
snmo turtle near tho old homcstcudi
I lie followed thu example, of , his nil
jeestors'und nguln set , the turtlo free.
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin .Editorial Room, Phone 183.
an unrivaled view of Honolulu' Har
'bor and the Waianafc 'Mountains,
mid where' Ihc best resiliences nt
tho Iract, have befeK built.' "Tli?se;
loti arc cleared and improved. A
buiftiiu !, p,'Mii.
Those "Arriold" Goods
For This, Climate,
(HK C;U lnii ..VA
Fort, aiid Merchant SimiZ
mi) , "V'W,-3r
With lace rtud cmbroidciy ruffles nro
popular ivnnncnts. They tliffcr from
kwn cr cambric duwir., in btii.in.
made of a cooler and more daitic
in Silk Cases '
for set of four
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