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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. SATUUDAY, DEC. IS, 1900.
IA1T.Y and WEEKLY Ftibliiheti by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Sully every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuciday of each week
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
vVllncc K. Pnrrlnaton, - - Rdltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCI.
Wc are pleased to offer at this season an assortment of toilet articles larger and
better than we have ever had.' The Quality is not surpassed anywhere.
KVUINirSO uui.i.i 1 1 !'
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I'.r Vc.f, lj-laul. ImviKn, ... 1.2. oo
Wf si Montn a .n
1'rr Vear, inywheie Mi U S .. .. I.hi
Pel Year atiyivlitTC It CauiL.. f.fto
Per Year imtnld, lomicti 3.o
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-- l Bclltorlui Rooms, - 185
1 iBusiness Office, - 256
tut tied M-ttie IWnflice At W.um
u nccum! riant milt cr.
DECEMBER 18. 1009
You have not fulfilled every duty
unless you have fulfilled that of be
ing pleasant. Charles Buxton.
1'ut our money In homo enter
prises ir j on would piospor unit lie
mm.' (if brim; nlilo In watch It glow.
Delegate Kiililn may have made a
' nitslntfe. hut tin1 llulidiili submitted
by I lie morning organ will not cor
Keeping i.i v wllh the (Irenter
llilnoliilil. mid Just a little ahead,
IIia II ii I I " t I n crown bigger
bu,tl"r over) da.
circle's tollar Hut right-thinking
elllzcna neither wear the collar nor
le,ie tin- party.
l'osslbly Mr. Taft bcllecs Hawnll
can get along through tht holidays
wltliout miy Supreme Court. Hut he
ojighl to till it 1c of how much hap
pier lie could make ono man, at
lo.iHt, hy giving li I tn an appointment
lor his Christmas Blocking.
l'ny rent when wo ran sell j'ou a
iihe home In Niiuunii Valley, wllli
three lifilrtKJiim. lareo lot,iwllh bear
ing fruit tici'H and nil moderu'coii
WMileiieca? l'rlce $2,7C0.00 Cash
or lei ma. ,"
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
AH Washington enricspondciil'i
sl.ile that the Ot'inoi'iatlc party la
nl u loai for n leudir llryati Ii.ih
ami, gone to Sou li A.iieiP-a aficr an-
unit nc-Iiipr that he will lake up I li J
I I'lidiiliilloh cnu.e. and la theiefotl
dual a llllle shiver In the weather imi absolutely done for.
irovtMi Hint Honolulu alwayH IMS
-ItlTiuli read., lo hiiU everv o eaalon,
nnd never forgets ChrUlui.ii
t'n-aumnhl Mm water behind the
Xuimmi dum H'ier March 1 will -ho
of that hiveij iea-meeii-blue-brown
VuHeiy lutifipeniil with gobs of
Immigration Agent Caniibell nay a
theio are plenty of I'mluguebu fami
lies anllable for immigration In the
sections where he secured the ar
rivals by the ate.imer Swanley.
Thnt'a what we nil thought, and
Ihat'it why we wonder that Camp
bell didn't bring over mure. That'll
'what he wan i-ciit out for at tax-
lliini.lulii binliieBH men rdiould ipaveiH' expense.
iiriousl) iiinalder a now building I .
law extending the Hip llinllx. 'tfoj (ieoigo H. MrClcllan (omelited to
Letter Inaiiralice for (iie.iter Holm- gvu it hla plana for private piac
iulu coiilil be proposed, j tic, n order that he might coiitluuu
When .lack Atkinson rnnics boom
Inn down the lino with thoso ten
tlimisaiid llusslan fatull!s there will
be no uucli thing aa hard tlmea talk
for Atnei Kan merchants.
Burgeon Cenerul Torney'fl con
dchitiatlim of the Uooecvell rldea for
army olllreia Immediately raises a
i.iiCFtlon of whether Torney wroto
Ilia '-.--port aonii after allKlititiK ftum
There'll hu a ship subsidy law
loiiie nut of CoiiKieaa now In session,
I'inl once Hie Kood woili la started,
It will never stop till the Ar-cilruii
Merchant marine baa nndlapiited
(ommaiul of tint Par Ilk- ocean.'
I'Vderal olllec hohleia number
In I lie work of nsslstluK thu
projecta of Hawaii now under way
In CoiiKress. but not completed.
Delegate Kuhlo, after careful delib
eration hnd much iirgliiB, slRiillled
The Alexander Younc Cafe manufactures its candies
dnilv. This is why they have that delicious "Home
Made" flavor so foreiun to candy of mainland manufac
ture. Cleanliness is our watchword, and we invite in
spection of our factory.
"A. Y. C." on a box of candy' is
what "Sterling" means on silver.
Alexander Young Cafe
HOUBIOANTS Ideal. Royal, Rose Ideal. Violet Ideal.
R0OER & OALLET Violette de Parme, -Heliotrope Blanc,
Boquct Amour, Indian Hay, Fleur Amour, Souvenir
de la Cour, Pervenche de Chine.
HUDNUTS Parfum du Barry, Yankey Clover, Extreme
RICKSECKERS Gyn. Pint; Pone, Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edgewood Violet, Attar Violet.
PIVERS La Trefle Incarnat, Aznrea, Floramye, Safranor,
QOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabaople Blossom.
JERGENS Crushed Roses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violette Erabaumme.
ROYAL Violette Ambre.
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
Violet, White Rose, Floramye, Safranor, Trefle, Maybells, Ideal, Lavender. Crushed Roses,
Azurea, Dactylis, Ping Ponp, Gold Queen, Violette de Parme.
' SACHET POWDERS
Golf Queen, Violet, Trefle, Djer Kiss, Ping Pong, Du Barry Carnation Pink, Ideal,
Violette de' Parme. . -
Collates. Eastmans, Hudnuts, Rickscckrrs, Mennens, HoubiKauti, Rivcris,
Williams, Terpens, Kcrchoffs.
Hand Mirrors, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Gillette Razors, Manicure Sots, Manicure Scis
sors, Files and Clippers, Dagget & Rnmsdell'a Cold Cream.
to the laific eastern unhersltlca to
(omplelo their truliiliiB. They have
tome baik equipped with an Indelln
uble somethliiB thoy could not luivo
acciuli eil at home.
If It were within my power 1
On Sunday mornings the office
irom cinnt until icii.
I.U will niTllM. In lnv wllh th.. con. """'" Bl" """ ""'r '",""i """r" ! 9Pta
tlnuoua campalBi. for Hawaii at ' ,!',) country hml a laato omul- -
WashliiBton. Allegiance to public .V'" " A",cl , "(l" '' ' l ' 1'- lUa '" "
, " ,,,,." ...i..ii, . '1st that they get that taste of col- tw years collcelat
J '.V' "'''." ...'.: ,. :"..' V...r 1W tralnl..B l, separate, Hvtltu- bo8 and glrla
CO f,..,,., n ,,. ' UJ '..III li. A1IIIV. I ,,,,., ,, .,,,, ,,,, , ... ,, nM.nlla,ll .....1 ..,.( omIIi. ...
I ll.'ll?. V,.mt)HllM'l in . b.k.JIIVN, IVUI UII,V,PI,J
foro It Is mighty bad policy for pcO'
pie here to i.ilse a rumpus that may
do the Territory much Injury
through an Interiiiptloii of Ibo great
plan of development now being
can led out.
outd require a
e training from
before they take up
thing, especially for the young men. Such a change would not and
A high duty la imposed upon the sou Id not Increase the age of grail'
heads of all uuhcrsltles whero co- nation'.. I believe that a man should
education exists to look after the be no mote than 25 years of age
welfare of thu students. Dormltor- when hu la prepared to enter one or
I Benson, Smith & Co, m.
IHLO'S FEDEHAL BUILDING.
Attention of II u 1 I e t I n
Is called to the photograph of llllo's
aim i ,,,,., ,, . ,
i.u.1 slxty:ihe. according to the lat-',u""r '" " " '"r
est statics. Multiply this by tell re''t. thu llllo l'ederal building, ap
nlid joii have a iiinseivallve esll- Ipeailng (in page tcvvliUcn of thla
mate of the number of office secl.eis. 'Issue.
. In Iho llliistrallon showing Wula-
liuenuu atieet of llllo, the llllo pn.U
(iir.ee Is that wooden and obvlouslv
undent slrm tui( in thu foieground
mid a little to thu light of the pic
line. Thu photograph makes the struc
ture look bcttu,' than thu original,
and llllo's wout enemy cannot un
derstand what that ((immunity lias
ever dono that It should ho so long
InfMcteil with such a Federal build
I '.Vhen llllo louewa Its rennet
. I hamuli tlio Dcleg.ito for an hppio-
ipilatlon to ere.-t a decent homo fur
Them always has been u preju- Hie l-'cdoial olllcers or that town, the
diced circle In this town that do- people of the Territory should cn-
mauda ou-rjonu shall be lead out of thuslastlcally Join In making it
Hie party who does not wear thu unanimous.
Nothing luahcil "the night ,beforo
Christinas" an unhappy date, except
inocrast hiatlon that leaves )ou with
all your presents lo liny when all
VotheiH are celebrating. Moral:
Do your ClirMmas shopping e.uly.
Whcie la thu I'lomotton Comnilt-
, tee, that It has not nlicady cabled
Zidaya extending a cordial Invltn
.t lei n to tal.ii up hla uboilo in Honolu
lu, where thu approach of a point
ful campaign may make hlui feel at
lies should be provided for the girls thu piofcssiona and Tl or 2:1 years
I nnd complete siipcrlBlon of the old at Iho most for other walks of
.social life of thu university should llfn. The theory that men should
ll nmlntnlncil liv thn colloirn an- Hiw.n,l llilltv vpnrs nr lnorH of their
readers thorltlea. The effect la bound lo be life In picparins for work lias never
beneficial. It makes the girls wo- appealed to me,
manly and it makes the boys gentle- I bellevo that college sports
men, should ho changed considerably.
While I have the honor to hold To football, 'as' It la played hero
thu position as head of olio of the In this country, I have always been
Inrgcr universities of my country, i unalterably opposed, Prr.i.sslona1
have ficuuciitly taken occasion to Ism, such as Is made manifest b) pru.
criticise unlveialty methods as i.'y fesslounl coaches, should also bo
exist In thu esiit,' In the past he e abolished entirely,
were a great many nioro thlm i Modern football la not only to be
take exception to than there nio decried hecnuso of the dangers It
now, but even In thla day of ad- offers In the way of bodily injury,
Miucud education there aio some but because of Its brutalizing ef
thlngs that should bo different, feet on the morals. The whole
University life, for Instance, I be- scheme of the modern football game
Hove Bhould bo put forward two is to overcome one of tho opposing
THE DAY OF YOUNG MEN.
(By DAVID STARR JORDAN.)
Thu encigy of one-third of the
young men of this country la wasted
and the'beiiellt they might bo to the
'ft' nation la lost because of their
1 am perfectly sincere and do. not
believe that uty statement la In any
danger of being (ontindluted when 1
say that, loughly appioxlmatcd, one-
tlilnl of thu )oung men of Ihls coun
try aie wasting themselves through
Iiitempeiatu habits and Iho accom
panying lces. They arc not only
t Hindering themselves valueless dm-
.'lug Ibelr life, but they uru shoiteti-
i'.lng that life.
Hdch wlirul waste of cuergy,
niorcowr. la not (onllnpil to tlip lmio
young men greater op
portunities fur development than
does any other country in tho'world.
Combining, us It does, In the Far
i:ast and tho l'ar West, the extreme;
of ciowded communities and almost
limitless uteas of unoccupied ten 1
tory, u yuuils mun brought up on one
tide of tlio continent can go to the
oppodltu gldu and ncquliu that which
hu could nol get at home.
It has been thu cufcUim for thu
men of thu east In advising young
men lo tell Ihem to "go west," J-'or
tho joiing men of the eaiit the advice.
Is still good, but In the west wo ad
vise our young men to go east, Thla
Is that they may aciiulio ftum the
cities of thu country, though It is eas,t that which tho west cannot give
prlibably a lltllo greater in such them. Wo hnvo had fioiu tlmo to
communities than In thu moro open tlmo a good many young eastern
cotmtty. In New Yoik XMty Iheio men at l.eland Stanford University.
Is piobably a greater waste of on- They have como out lo us to broad
oi gy on the part of )ouug men en out, for lu tho east distances uiu
th'iough dissipation than in any ii.iuh lobs than thoy are In the
other community hr tlio land. Iloio west. And wllh scarcely a single,
thn opportunities nro gieatur, and cxippllon Iho. easteineia have como
thOj. youth who nru bo inclined meet back east, and, profiting by the
wltji jicss dlscomageinent than thoy, bioadeiilng effect of tho west, havo
aroJIkel) to ni utln'lotherj'cnmrtru- piartfc unriuallfled succesbes. So, too,
tilth's, JL,jt "; ' ,. '' ,1s tho, rain'o tiling tutu of theTonutr
'riio'imTIun, as a whole, howover, men of tlio weal who havu been sent
Real Estate for Sale
Well, we have sold our College
Hills bargain advertised last week,
lOur 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 Kaimukl and Twelfth Avenue
we 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 are cleared and improved. A
bargain at $3,800,
team. The entire attack ia directed
against a single man. All the en
cigy and power that can be thiown
against the human form, directly
interfering with the passage of tho
man carrying the ball, la fairly
huiled to the point of attack. There
Is but 'one sentiment to' the minds
of that entire team, and that Is to
beat down by force a single member
of the opposing team.
Athletics I would always retain.
They have done much In the past
and will do much In the futuro to
maintain and Increase the supremacy
of the American young men. Hut
tho form of athletics I would retain
would be that which develops tho
Individual and nut that which seeka
only the perfection of a human ma
chine, thu power of which will bo
used to batter down a siligle oppos
This Is essentially a day for young
men. They are moro In demand
than ever they wcro before, but the
)oung men thut are wanted are
those that are trained, loyal nnd so
Unskilled youth has no-more placo
In tho world than unskilled old ago.
Moieover, greater skill Is now io
quired of young men than ever has
been required before. Great Indus
tries are less willing now than" they
wore in the past to take young men
and truin them, Ilatlier they aru
looking for the young men who have
acquired that training In the!,
Moro Is required of young men to
day than ever before, but they a'ro
living In a different century than
woru their grandfathers. The twen
tieth century Is strenuous, complex
and democratic, and those who will
make the greatest success aro thoso
lo whom the same adjectives can be
Three bedroom house on
Kewalo St., $55.
New and Modern house on
Kapiolani St., $35.
Three bedroom house on
lunalilo St., $30.
We have other eood prop,
crties for sale and for rent.
COME IN AND SEE US.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
'Julletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
REAL KISSES ARE SOLD
TO RAISE CHURCH FUND
Girls Make Graduated Schedule for
Different Kinds of Caress Ad
vance Sale of Tickets Big.
CHICAGO, (111.), December 1.
Twenty-live hundred dollars' worth
of kisses real lip to lip kisses, not
candy kisses are to be disposed of
at North Stuto Side Turner Unit next
Sunday. The kisses ure to' be pur
veyed by twenty-five chic and charm
ing or heroically charming young
women, to all comers, and tho money
is to go to raise the debt of Temple
Emanuel. The bill of fare for the
evening will run as follows:
Under ihe supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Snippy snips (flno for bashful
young men) " " "r
Kiss caresses (for old ladies
and elderly married women) 25
Smushy smacks (for uncles,
grandfathers and aged wid
owers) (-.''. ..i.v GO
KUa direct (for folks who are
1 kiss nroKen 1 ,.,.ir u"
Fort and Merchant Streets,
Those "Arnold" Goods
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
With lace and embroidery ruffles are
popular garments, They differ from
lawn or cambrio drawers in being
made of a cooler and more elastic
KIbs ardent (for bold bachel
Soul kiss (for bolder bachelors)
Kiss furious (only one or two
to be sold during evening).
Four thousand tickets already
have been sold, netting $2000. l'lvo
hundred dollars, It is expected, will
be realised from other features or
the bazar, leaving $2500 10 be raised
by kisses. .
Ex-Queen Mlluokalanl, who has
gone to Washington to forward her
claim for $400,000, la leaving no
stone unturned to gain her end. Tho
visiting Congressmen who were en
tertained by, the ex-Queen a few
moiiths ago. as well as thoso who
were here two years ago as guesta
of the Territory, are expected to old
Lllluokalunl in her light for what
she considers her Just rights. Judge
B. M. Uallou of the law firm of Kin
ney, Unllou, 1'roEser and Anderson
will represent her zcfore the cuuit
of claims at Washington.
Stop Paying Rent
83 Merchant St.
Great assortment for old and young.
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., 0pp. Union,
$s. xsrwpr,T5j.i-rv :
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