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T. It. MONDAY, DEC. 20, 1009. T. II., riUDAY, DKC. 24, 1909.
AH7 and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of tack weak
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IUBSCRIFTI0N BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANC1.
Wc are pleased to offer at this season an assortment of toilet articles larger and
better than wc have ever had, The quality is not surpassed anywhere,
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.DECEMBER 24, 1909
OLD (J1IKISTMAS CAKOL
"Lo! Now N como our joyful'st feint!
Ltd uwrv iiiiiu Ikj jolly.
Kiit'li HKHiu' with yit Ii-iivm is tlrust,
Ami i'mtv post with holly.
Sow, nil our nuiglilxmin' eliiiniii'vs smoke,
Ami Christinas Hlooks re litmiiiij:,
Their mens they with luk't-meiits choke,
Ami nil thoir spits me turning.
Without tin- dome lt-t sirt)w lit-;
Ami if, for eolcl, it Imp to ilir,
Wi-o'lo hiin't in n Christmas po,
Ami eer more hi1 merry.
"Xou eer l.iil is womleroiis Iriliim,
ml m man minds his l.iliour.
(Inr Insets havo piovitletl them
A lug-pipo iiml u tnhor.
Kaiiko niNers now i1ik spmiii shun:
Theiio hall of musiel.e -omiihth:
Ami dojrs tlieiice with whole liiulders run,
So all things there iilmiiittlidli.
Tho conutre-folke thenieles ailvaneo;
For Crowtly-.Multcpu's eome out of France:
Ami .laek -hall pipe ami .l,ll shall datiuee,
And nil the town ho nieiry.
''Xow ptMiiv men to the justices
With capons make their arranls,
Ami, if they Imp to f.iile of thce, '
They plague them with their warrants.
'Mliirke how the wajrfres 'uliiode tloo call
Kadi otlur fooith to nimlilinjr;
Atiou, ou'll mc them in tho hall,
For nuts and apples mm ambling.
The wenches with their waell-liolcs,
Alnuit the sticcls mo sinpnj:;
The Ih,ci are come to catch the owles
The wild mare in is biitniiti;,'.
Our kitchcn-lMiy hath hroko his lxe,
And to tho dealing of the o.e,
Our liuiieet neiuhlsiiirs come liv lloeks,
"Xow Kiiir and queens poorc sheep cotes liac,
And ni.ilp with every lmdy:
The hom-ftnow nia play the knave,
And wi6 men play at noddy.
Some youths will now a mumming goe;
Some others play at Itowlaml-hoc,
Ami Utuily other gamchojes moe;
Jiccui-e thev will he inerrv."
Wishing j on n ery Merry Gltrlst
niao, iiml of, nil Unit Is good In this
life, an abundanco.
lie Is certain of liclng funious
who will discover Dr. Cook.
Next thing wo Know Estrada wilt
be mot lug on Washington and ask
ing Knux whY iiml wluil for.
inulntalncd with threatening blood
and much frowning Iron.
Canada's purchase of n cruiser Is
I" good iroiosltlnu. Whon the moth
er country la seriously threatened,
cer)ono oxcopt tho enemy likes to
hoc- the Lhlldicn coming to the nld
(if tho old folks.
Admiral Sibley Knows what It Ih
to be near anil jet so far. Ho Jitat
can't helii siding In with Dr. Cook.
King Albert of llolglum will have
' to mitko n mighty mlHnrnbln nb of
ll lo be nil) worso than his notorious
All tindlng Htnniis tired to mako
them pojiDlar Is a II 1 1 lo opposition.
They usually run their com to when
let alone, i
No ono thinks much of public of
ficials being on tho delinquent tax
list. Muny of thotn bollovo they
should bo exempted because of the
sacrifices thoy make In going into
tho scrvlco of tho people.
Congressman Foss has tho correct
idea whon ho says tho dry dock at
I'ear I Harbor should be big enough
to lust for all time. Wo don't want
n dock that will be outgrown bo
fore It Is hardly completed.
Honolulu never had n Christmas
llko it, but thorn am moie of tho
bigger and bettoi variety coming ns
lupldly its each jear rolls around.
Whut mattors tho weather on
Christmas ovc? Tho night boforo,
when tho bii)lng was done, could
not havo been more nearly perfect.
If with nit that Is boing Mono to
dlbcover forgotten children, unonn
In Honolulu fulls to hao a Morry
Chrlstmus, It will be n mistake and
Wriint battleship Utah Is a pretty
good Christmas prosont In these.
dns when peace on enrlli has to bo
The II u I I e 1 1 n closes tho
Chrlstmns Benson with tho record of
publishing the Inrgest, tho best mid
the most llbernlly patronized news
paper In town. It pays to ho pro
gressive mid to believe In tho fu
ll! ro of Honolulu.
When you stop to think Hint
WoodiulT was in tho Interior Depart
meat nuclei Hoosovolt. jou can't
lielp wondetliig whether there wits'
not mom than $20,000 of Pocahon-,
tas tout neuiuii ins quick decision to
head for tho metropolis.
Uncle Joe Cannon Is probably us
ing tho Chrlstmns recess to go Into
training for that terrible tonguo
lathing ho promised to give Instir
renlH In general, and Cnngtessnian
Cash or easy terms, will buy a
nice little'home of 5 rooms, 2 bed
rooms, in Kaimuki, 3 minutes' walk
from car line, with 1.66 acres of
ground, with all kinds of bearing
fruit trees and fine lawn. This
tilacc is a bargain. Let us show you.
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 invite in
spection of our factory.
"A. Y. C." on a box of candy is
what "Sterling" means on silver.
Alexander Young Cafe
Fowler In particular, vino wouldn't
feci natural If he did not start tho
Now Year with a war whoop nntl a
It muy be that Judge Woodruff
wanted to be near tho center of
things so ns to bo in tho thlckvof
I ho fight whllo tho l)alllngor-Pln-
i hot investigation Is on. He Is, or
was, ono of the Plnchot supporters,
and Honolulu Is a long way oft
when things mo happening In
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to your friends by'
8ito 10 a. m
ope on Sundays from
Attorney General Wlckersham's
decision on tho Krlur lands of tho
Philippines will give thoso Islands
tho greatest land boom they hnvo
ccr experienced. Wo shall see
how woll utile tho President will be
lo keep the Innds from falling Into
tho control of corporations after tho
much disapproved sjstem of Hawaii.
LONG UFETfl YOU.
How pleasant it Is on tho approach
of tho happiest Christinas Hawaii hits
over known to lead tho announcement
of Yolo's distinguished scientist, Prof.
Irving Fisher, that niiin'3 natural span
of life Is ISO cars.
It may not bo possible for tho peo
ple of this generation to celebrate tho
lGOth Merry Christmas, but Fisher
agrees with tho famous Mctchlnkolt
that the avcrugo length of human life
in-civilized communities is Increasing
fully ono year in six, whereas 200
enrs ngo the rnto of gain was, but
four jears lnf) century.
This remnrkablo average gain of
longevity Is undoubtedly duo in groat
measure to tho dccllno in tho rale of
Infant mortality which has been
brought nboat within three decades
lust past by tho discovery of scrams
and antitoxins which successfully com
but diseases such as diphtheria, onca
considered almost mortal. Half a cen
tury ngo It was roughly computed that
only half of tho persons born attained
more than tho ago of flvo jenrs.
Infant mortality remains, In fuel, tho
principal cause of tho Bocmlngly low
uvcruge duration of all human lives,
which tit this time Is estimated nt 38
jcarb. It is rirolublo that what tho in
stimnco nctiinrlcB term tho "expectn
Hon of life" Is now really greutor at
10 j ears than at birth.
Modern sanitary science practically
has eliminated from the list or
scourges such diseases ns el low feci
and cholera. Consumption Is being
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 $030 respectively. Good
soil, good elevation and price and
At Kaimuki 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,
Fort and Merchant Streets,
H0UBIOANTS Ideal, Royal, Rose Ideal, Violet Ideal,
ROGER & GALLET Violette de Panne, Heliotrope Blanc,
Boquet Amour, Indian Hay, Fleur Amour, Souvenir
de la Cpur. Pervenche de Chine.
HUDNUTS Parfum du Barry, Yankey Clover, Extreme
RICKSECKERS Gyo. Ping Pong, Attar Tropical, Violet,
Edgcwood Violet, Attar Violet.
PIVERS LaTrefle Incarnat, Aiurea, Floramye, Safranor.
KERCH0FFS Dfer Kiss.
GOSNELL'S CHERRY BLOSSOM.
CROWN Crabapple Blossom,
JEROENS Crushed Roses.
MUHLEN'S RHINE VIOLETS.
PINAUDS Violette Embaumme.
ROYAL Violette Ambre. '
WHITLACHS Flower Perfumes.
Violet, White Rose, Floramye, Safranor, Trefle, Maybclls, Ideal, Lavender, Crushed Roses,
Azurea, Dactyl Is, Ping Pong, Gold Queen, Violette de Parmc.
Golf Queen, Violet, Trefle, Djcr Kiss, Ping Pong, Du Barry Carnation Pink, Ideal, Safranor,
Violette do Panne. -&;' -'...-
' TOILET POWDERS ,
Colgates. Eastmans, Hudnuts, Bickscckers, Menncns, Houbigants, Rivcrii, Roger & Gallct,
Williams, Jcrgcns, Kerchoffs.
Hand Mirrors, Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes, Gillette Razors. Manicure Sets, Manicure Scis
sors, Files and Clippers. Dagget & Ramsdcll'i Cold Cream.
Benson, Smith & Co.. ltd.
Four fine lots in the best
These lots are a bargain.
High and sightly.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
cured by tho open nlr treatment, Wo
have learned that nourishment Is tho
best medicine (or most diseases, and
cleanliness their greatest too. Tho
modem hospital Is tho highest achlovo
mcitt of man which looks to hlB phys
ical preservation. Nowadays, If a man
has tho disposition to rctlro from ex
hausting fortune hunting whllo jet ho
enJovH his prime-, and with a om
pelcuce, devote himself to tho main
tenance of his health and Ills consti
tutional vigor, thcro is a long chnnco
for him to grow old without becoming
aged, Of this princlplo perhaps our
own nnd only John O. Rockefeller,
whoso ph.slclun declares his charge
will lio to loo j ears. Is the most
Opens Jan. I
The ladies' department un
der the direction of Miss Mc-Intyre.
Ladies arc cordially invited
to inspect this department.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
To determine that tho ncrago pres
ent duration of human life is 38 jenrs,
by no means Indicates that tho strong
man of 20 Is not reasonably certain to
attain SO years. Since, then, we now
tiro gaining ono ear of probability of
exlstonce with the pussagu of ovet)
six, and since the ratio of Ihu lultct
llgttre to ono Is constantly decreasing,
tho arrival of tho ISO year-old modern
man Is not so remote but that It inn)
be observed before tho Now Zculnmlcr
sits contemplative upon a broken nreh
of London 'bridge staring at tho
ruins of St. Paul.
And ct another noted Yalo man
has told how longovlly muy ho at
tained, Henry P. Hodges of Hrldgc
hatnpton, N, Y., Is tho oldest living
grnduuto of Yulo, class of 18.18, ami
writes to tho Alumni Weekly that ho
has ulwajB been an early riser, 5
o'clock in tho summer and 6 o'clock
In Hie winter and It has cer been
Jlbj-custonulo take a. alkT beforo
breakfast. Ho adds these opinions as
butter than medicines:
"Utng life may bo Inherited. No
machine unused goes at its best, nor
docs It do so if o erased.
"If nsked to gtvo reasons for attain
ing great age, I would name these:
Bleep eight hunts, cxorclso enough to
koep tho machinery from rust, cat no
moro than what Is easily digested; ail
overplus Is an extra load to curr).
Cultlvutf pcaco of mind. Worry hin
ders and never helps. Abstain from
all intoxicants us a bcicrngo. Ho an
optimist If you can, and if Jim cannot, ,,
don't bo a pessimist. Do good to your
fellow men; that will do jou good."
In other words, If ou would liwi
long, bo merry not nlono cm Christmas
Day but all tho J ear round, Then jou
mny be sine of ninny of 'em.
HK1ATIVE ITXPENDITUItnS. OTH-
Hit THAN KUDKRAU UNITUU
STATUS AND HAWAII,
(Seo Ilcport Commissioner of Educi
Hon, 11100, page IX.)
Kstlmnteil annual expenditure fo
nd! urvosen ,y thi) states and minor
civil dlvlhlon, $740,000,000 00.
Public expenditure for common
schools, $307,7liu.(!S9 00.
Those "Arnold" Goods
For This Climate,
Fine Knit Gauze
A ' WViyrv" k li
With lace and embroidery ruffles arc
popular garments. They differ from
t lawn or cambric drawers in being
made of a cooler and more clastio
(See Iteport of Treasurer, 1903,
Totul expenditure of Territory of
Hnwnll for year ending Juno 30,
1908, U',817.378 00.
Expenditure of Territory of Hnwall
for common schools for your ending
Juno 30, 1908, $379,567.
Public oxpcntllturo for common
schools In United. States Is 41.fi pet
cent of total expenditures. ' x
Public expenditure for common
schools In Hawaii Is 13 G per cent of
The portion ofdho rovoniio that goes
to tho Btipport of commoui'Rchonls in
tint Tonitory of Hawaii Is loss thnn
one-third us great as that devoted to
common schools In tho othor Btntoa
PLENTY OF RAIN.
There has been an abundance of
rain along the, Humnkua, Komi nnd
Kan coasts during the past week, ar
coiditig lo a rotort which lins I cached
tills city from tho offlcots of tho littcii
Island stcumer Muttim 1tn, The down,
pour was of sufficient density to pro
umt tho working of cargo by tho Man.
j nn I-oa nt Punnluu on her Inward trip.
ma rain is snld will do much good (n
"Pa. what is n football coach?"
"Tho nnibiilnncc, I guess ".rp,oRltitt
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