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T. It., FRIDAY, DEC. 31, 1909. " T. It, THURSDAY, DEO. 30. Ie09?
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i Evening Bulletin
BA1LY nd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
J 'At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of tack wek.
; MEMBER OF THEASSOCIATED PBISI.
r Wnlluco R. R nrrlngton, - Editor
IUBSOMPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANC1.
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY
In the Territory
-5- I Editorial Rooms,
i ! Rnalnena riffles
pomc now, I'll cure your case, and
ask n n fci:
iliikc others' happiness this once
i our own;
I, All else may pass: that joy can never
F be outgpownl
' Owen Seaman.
) r rr:
' tt hiu been a mighty good (lil
'.yonr. Imt tlio new c:ir will l'o bct-
Anv Ritl who will go t I'urln to
'fight n ditej dCHcrM's nil he Bets for
JiU foll '
1 Kr.linln'a first mnicst for the New
TOnr In bolter niacin. All Hawaii
cijtilily wifl icspnnd. "Mnke It utuinliii
oil." II Is Just as well to begin ColnB
tnllllna nili In Mm V.itv Vi!ir. Tint
, nlior follow started about six mouths
Tat Anti-Trust I.cugue ought, to
rrA'r, Ia.i .1... Cl.it.lii rl.l. Anvnnn
refusing to e.tt food not handled by
Airust Is iluo to btarvo.
Ijl'indlng something for tlio lorn lot to
dn n imicli a part of tlio promotion
business ns selling a person goods af
ter" getting In tlio store 1b a pint of
if you tlilnk well of your iron town
juTa always a good plan to look arounil
tjui'd learn whether It can Hiipply our
'wants, before throwing your muiicy to
atlio lilnlB of foreign manufacture.
If Hawaii County Supervisors might
iiciy resoive iiun uiu io.iu inivj
nr :!in shall be no woi.o '.Ii.iu that
.vhlch hits decorated tlio record of
I'JOD. Some things lire Impossible.
The only thine tho public mty ask
i Is whether Lorrin Andrews will en
Her tho llst with the enthusiasm of
lionvlctlou when arguing on tho
U'ldo of government by commission.
C Stock trading for 100!) shows an
nncieaso tif three 'hundred per cent
ulieii compared with tho prevloas
pyenr. That's tho effect that prospeilty
lluis had on all lines ot business this
When public organizations as wolt
as private Individuals ipiit sending
'away for what inn bo done In Hono
lulu they will all bo doing a llttio
liloio of what h ii1w.i.h thought of by
tlioi-o building up local indiii'iy.
Is It piopor to look n gift horso
hi tho mouth when Hiiwnil Is of
fcied u place on the I'annmu-I'jclllc
Imposition coniiultteo? It so, what
crrcct will It h.o on tho Peail Har
bor Exposition that was once tallied
of for llonolulu'.'
N r-. -
U Peary frostbitten on tho Mary
lainl roads after returning from tho
North Pole iciuIiuIh you ot the man
,whii went thiough every principal
bnttlo ot the Civil War ami was
finally killed by falling down tlneo
ltlchuioiiil l't'.nsoil Hnhsou's plea
for six battleships annually should
be siipiilcmenled by refusal to fol
low tho Democratic opposition to
, tho Fhlp subsidy bill As bus been
lreiiieiitly lirought to public iittcn
tlon, a gieat navy without a strong
.supporting me'rcli.iiit mjilne Is like
a' iiyramld balanced on Its apex.
! Honolulu can properly Judgo its
sluturo Blonmshlp service from dellb
feralo btateinentB of gentleinen heav
Sily Intonated In oiieratlng lines now
Win tlio IniblnosH. it would seem
rffit.T..ii.t.. -iWp ...
Mifiiuiu uiul eoiuu ui utir peupio ill
IHielr entljuslusiu hno ovidently for
Rotton tfils very liuportant phaso
lor tho tinsporlatlou pioblem.
"' PROMOTE HOME INDUSTRV.
t- Tho II II I let I n Ih In iiueliit or
ifeveral uttiiictltnlv iirintnd twist
Inirds bearing tlio design adopted for
thfl postora of tho lt)10 Klorul Pa
ll nil n,
BuAocftnin.ilivInir thi.wn la .. lll.n.nt
liioi'intloii of KIuihI Parade stamps,
which are nbo well minted and tun.
Thoo wurkB or art, the II u 1 1 e -ni.li
la Infuiimil, wiiulil ho com-
Ccr Si Moiitnn.., , 4 .So
Tcr Vear. anywheictn U.S I.00
Pet Ytar attyn litre n Canda I. Ho
I'erVear pmlpak!. foteixn 3.oo
Eutctcd at the Pot! office at Honolulu
as tccond-cUM matter.
DECEMBER 31. 1909
plelo It they boie tlio legend "nian
This paper begs to e.ill the atten
tion uf tlio I'roniotlou Committee to
the fact til at Its patronage of
printers nnd publisher abio.ul la
nut only iinnecessar, but violates
Hie principles on which the Commit
tee pieium.ibl baes all Its campaigns-that
cver thing Hint can be
produced III llnwall should be
bought In the local morket.
Thi l'lomotloti Committee wants
the people of the Islands to spend
their money heie. It wants the peo
ple from abroad to spend their
money here. It stands for tho de-M-Iopnient
nnd growth of local en
to: prlse.i. It uigcs all residents to
speak welt of Hawaii mid do nil
they inn to assist In the upbuilding
of the Territory In every way pos
sible. And yet If Promotion posters nnd
Promotion postals and promotion
Mump for the Klor.il Parade of 11)10
uero properly labeled, these works
of art would bear the legend "imin
There must have been exceptional
lonsons for this falline to patronize
Hut one of thoso reasons could
not liavo been Inability to have tho
work dono by the publishing nud
printing houses of this city.
The Bulletin believes In tiro
Wo bcllee In tho upbuilding of
Hawaii and tho development ot homo
We bellevo that tho Promotion
Committee In working out the do-
Inlls of Its ailous campaigns should
always practice what It preaches.
Such n leadership Is easier to fol
low with enthusiasm.
Criticism of tho Tnft ndintiilatrn-
Hon is becoming more or less gen
eral in a number of eastern publica
tions, and tho following nrttrle.
bearing tho significant tltlo of "He-
iiinu mo smile." indicates the trend
of the erltlclsms that are now' being
ieeicd at tlio administration:
"We nie beclnnlnir to i-.mpIv.. In.
tcrestlng letteis about Tnft nud tho
ndniliilbtratloii, Kollowlng Is imo
Hint has COIUO to uh from rlili-irn
lorrospondciit of rate intelllgcnco
" 'There is n smile ot singular be
nevolenco licrambiilating over the
country. It besneaks n warm heart
and n depth of infhTilli 1;lndncss.
How deeji is it?
" 'Thero was n man named Wal
lace who attempted the Panama Job.
uuiuur mis ii i mu ins reet were
chilled and that lie rnhirm.il in f,i
suit liU stipeilor as to the question
oi resigning, jieroio bo was grant
pd nil opportunity to cxplnln' ho was
met by a tirade ot objurgation, nud
nil of the icmarks wcio carefully
published and spread broadcast. Ho
quit, subject to humiliation and dis
grace beyond ills due; nftor which
cloudy weather tho sun beamed
forth aficsh, tho smllo c.imo back.
"'Theio was a man iiumpil ritivia
who found great frntul iimriiin.i in
locating coal lands in Alaska. llo
proiesieu, no kicked, ho fought, and
against great odds ho succeeded In
having tho grabs held up. Thero
was part of his story that Inevitably
lollected upon an otllclal moro Im
portant than ho who was basking
happily In tho wnrin rmsi .f ii.n
"'(llavls novor had a clianr0 to
'ell Ills WllOlO storr Tlio .iv ......
- - - ...V ..AW IT.IB
aiiplled to his neck, nnd lie,, an mi-
lonunaio Hiibordlnate, was need
Ichsly nud heedlessly (llsciedlted, and
then tho smllo bioko out.
"'Tlieio was a man named Crnno,
who, with tho plaudits of his coun
trymen and tho approbation of tho
win 1(1, accepted n most difficult mis
slon (Hie nntbassndoislilp to China).
It meant sacrifice of poisonal In
eiesls for tho sako of public serv
ice. " 'He wjb iieikonn non grata to all
graftois and chcim iintiiirin,.a ,.
c-uiibo ho was a man 'of principle! Ho
"... .hi hi uio smile, because l,o
Had bcell its rlieerlm- ...., .... .,...
pojilfl lo whom his mission was to
fileinlslil,, nd in tho encourage.
Cash, or easy terms, will buy rt
nice little home of S rooms, 2 bed
rooms, in Kaimuki, 3 minutes' walk
from car line, with 1.56 acres of
ground, with all kinds of bearing;
fniit trees nnd fine lawn, This
place is n barguin. Let us show you.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
ment and advice given blnl from
" 'While the smllo was ecllpsCtl
behliVl tho Itoeky Mouiilalns he was
kicked, abused and mtsicpicseutcil.
Ho was dragged through the mire nf
foreign intrigue and queer politics.
Ho wns publicly pilloried and sham
ed, all on flimsy pretexts, lacking
oen foundation of fact.
"'llo thought that possibly thero
wns a mistake. Hint the smile might
smite some moro, nnd that although
ho must in holf-respect abandon hi
task, ho might be iccognlzed ns at
least partially decent.
" 'Hut thero was no smile for him!
the brutality. of tho great mail's un
derling was endorsed by tho great
nut n himself.
"'How deep is tho smllo?'"
Ileglnnlng with .Inn. 1, 1910, tho
II il 1 1 e 1 1 u will put in force u now
advertising rnto that Is In keeping
with the continued piogross of the
dally nnd weekly editions nnd tho
steadily Inci easing demands mndo
upon the II u I 1 e 1 1 n service.
This paper has grown with tho
city and tho Territory, and Is today
giving its patrons a Bervlco four
times as valuable as that of live or
moro ears ngo when tho advertis
ing rates prevailing today wore es
tablished. Tho leiidjustmcnt of tlio
advertising rates to lm lnuitRiirat.il
the 111 st of tho New Year Involves
i,n ndvanco to 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n patrons
that covers tho increased tost pt
ptoductlon nnd Is moro in keeping
with leturng reaped by advertisers
from the Improved newspaper and Its
larger number of renders.
Tho II tt 1 1 n 1 1 ii Is acknowledged
ns tho ovcnlng paper of tho Hono
lulu field, mid Its dully and weekly
editions reach a wider cliclo of In
telligent buying rcndeifl than any
ether paper published In tlieso Is
lands. It not only goes to the homes
of the people and tho buyers or Ho
nolulu and Oahu. hut to all the oth
er towns and Islands of tho Tenl
tory. Tho It u 1 I n t I n Is growing with
tho Oreatcr Honolulu. it publish
es tho news nnd tlio truth nbout It.
During tho coming year new fen-
I....... ...Ill l...
mi tii nut u,i iiuueii, ineiiiuing n
Washington -service that thould
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 Kaimuki and Twelfth Avenue
we have four (4) of the best lots
left. This is the locality that lias
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor and the Waianac Mountains,
and where the' best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots are cleared and improved. A
bargain at $3,800.
Fott and Merchant Street,
in all its branches.
Takes orders for receptions,
weddings, etc., and guaran
tees the best of service.
Save money by using the
Office open Sunday mornings
from 8 to 10.
meet the most exacting demands of
tho very exacting Honolulu public
Readers and merchants nro get
ting more for their money with each
day of progress, mid It Is the Inten
tion of this paper to keep up tho
good work, always beating In inlnd
that tho producer Is entitled to u
fair icturn for his energy, enterprise
and determination to give the peo
ple n medium always up to tho
times, nud n llttlo'nhcnd.
This paper has enjojed fplemUd
proiperlty during the jear Just clos
ing mid has brought u largo inejs
ui o of prosperity to its patrons,
(lieater Honolulu Is assured for tho
coming ycais, ami ttju II u 1 1 c 1 1 n
and Its patrons will bo In tho vnu
guard of piogicvs In tho future us
In tlio past.
His Wlfo (during tlio fiiit) "Oh, I
wish I were a man!" Her Husband
"I don't. If jou were I'd feel duty
hound to mop up tho lloor with jou."
Said Ho "Since I met you I hnvo
only ono thought." Said Sho "Well,
that's ouo moro than you had when
Four fine lots in the best
These lots arc a bargain.
High and sightly,
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Women and children who
have money and property in
terests arc invited to consult
with Miss Mclntyre, who has
charge of the woman's depart
men just opened with this
company. Consultation con
fidential and without charge.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
SWEDEN'S KING WORKS
Do:s Hard Labor All Day for Pur
pose of Getting Facts on Labor
Troubles Disguise Is Perfect
Will Mix With Other Laborers.
STOCK IOI..M, Doc. 5. King Aus
tin us, v'.o) lu bis In lef leign lint sev
eral tip. i t'lown himself Independ
ent of : 'iitliins, made a depart
urn ir 'i, wlili h i.( believed lo
i -M precedent among loyal
.Miti.it. Disguised as a stevedore,
I' j spenl uost of tho day carrying
L.irl h rf coal from u lighter.
11.. . urpose was lo learn, as could
bo possible lu no other way, tho
labor side of the strikes 'that hao
been disuniting Sweden for months.
Ho has nrranged for other cm-
If you've pictures to be framed, you will be glad to
sec the assortment of mouldings recently nrrived.
As usual there is a wide choice of styles and woods,
nnd a gocsTselection of"ready-madc squarer round, and oval
Wc have the best facilities for framing pictures of
all sizes, from miniatures to life size portraits.
Honolulu Photo SupplyCo.
''Everything Photographic." Fort Street.
Those "Arnold" Goods
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hMlt tSB v..Vm Bit
BUTTER SOLD HERE IS ON A PAR WITH OUR HEATS.
ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE .BEST TO BE HAD ANY.
WE CAN SERVE YOU WITH THE CHOICEST CUTS
WILLIAM F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor. Telephone 45.
Look Out For Ants
AFTER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
MARIA" IS A GOOD THING TO DRIVE THEM FROM
THE HOUSE. SOLD ONLY BY US.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
The Agency of the ,
Now at 1139 Fort St.
ploymont alio, nnd unless' his dis
guise Is penetrated ho will go tho
lounds peiBOiintly to get labor's vlow
of pending Issues.
In August, when an Industrial tie
up occur! ed, he tried fo mediate be
tween Jiniployera and worklngmen
nnd secure a eompiomlse, but his
fivcrtiiios were lepulsed. As the
stlkcs continued tho Kmplojers' As
sociation was taxed $40,000 a day
to Biippott Its weaker members and
from the hour of his birth in Arnold
Knit Gocds nud he will csctpe many
of the unpleasant sicknesses which
are the lot of many babies.
Underwear and outerwear, the
Arnold .Goods answer every need ;
they are reasonably priced, too.
tho trades unions and other labor
bodies exhausted their funds to keep
tho strikers from starving.
(invcriiinont arbitration was final
ly permitted and many of the strik
ers returned to work. Tho roynl
family and official household contri
buted to a fund to provldo loans for
the working classes. Honicstends
were also apportioned among tho un
employed. Conditions caused tho King and
government giavo anxiety, howovcr,
mid as tho King still found It Im
possible to ascertain tho real griev
ances that were behind tho strikes
ho decided to lenrn for hlnuelf by
going out as n laborer.
After his oxperlenco yesterday ho
said this Is only the beginning, na
he Is resolved to mix with all kinds
of laborers and learn from them their
vlows nud wishes.' Ho said that tho
men with .whom ho worked yester
day gavo him many valuable hints.
"Say," queried tho young man with
tho conundrum habit, "what kind of
notes does n shoe-horn player nso?"
U'ooL notes..i.6iilipose," answered Jho
girl who was wUo to his foolishness.
Up to noon today 476 automobiles
had beo nreglstered at tho police
We have recently opened up
a new line of Mission Style
Chafing Dishes with ebonized
handles and stands.
Artistic, harmonious and
rich in design.'
Just the thing to keep your
house in readiness for chance
it F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
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