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AJLY mJ WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday, Weekly hsued on Taetday of tack week.
MEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PBISI.
Waltuce R. FarrIn(ton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
ry 1 I Editorial Rooms, - 185
'MBuslness Office. - 256
"The rewards of agricultural sue-1
ess arc becoming so much greater'
young men who exert ingenuity.
intellect, professional knowledge and i
energy upon their work that they
will be retained in the country.
Otherwise I should feel that the
movement was one of degeneracy
and not of progress.
"Every town, of course, wants to
increase its population, but -when
he cities become great, and the ten-
'ment houses numerous, and the hy-
.rfene bad, and the concentration of
ithe vicious makes immoral com-
fmunitie3. it does not make for the
Kood of the state.
I f'And what we must do is, by
.such means as are possible, by such
iiaws as wm encourage it, such en-
'4rriM(aa rtm ittt 11 Uoiiirn it nliAiil an
,ipiis us wm uruig u auoui. en-
yargc instead of reducing our farmer
jcbmmunity." From President Taft'3
outsell uciiverea ni uoiumuia, a. 1 ,
'Nov. C, 1000.
ByAnothcr Jol.e lias to be explained
iby the. morning inner when It do-
unros 111 nil sei lousnoss that Ma-
Kawoll is nn cntiieh dlffvient plan
tation from Hawaiian Sugar.
'resident Tuffs dculro tn appro
priate for raining the wieel: of tho
iMnlno will parlfy tho Heace Socle
tjos that have been so much upset
) tho belligerent nttltudo toward
Ill It occurs to infill) that the educa
Itjouul department should have an
lexpert ;i tho head with as good or
jUcUor reason than experts nro tie
(oVnilud In the Hoard of Health, ir
I twenty-third candidate for Su
fnfendent of fiistrtictlon Is nn ex
- In schnol nianageniciit and ex
llvo Tprcc, tal;e lilui.
THAT EXPLAINED JOKE.
iilvertlser l.MHoilal Jan. S. Ho
'oro( (invcrnnr Kreur returns this
norulng wo hasten to state that any
cferonccs mailo to htm as u law
Jirvahcr woro lntendcil in u purely
gnrotiuus way, with tho full Unowl
ijBq that lt Is tho STCAMSIlll'
OMI'ANY and NOT tho DISTlN
IllJiiSHKO t'ASSKNGKlt which Is
violating tho iirovlsloiis of tho co.ist'
ffAiUertlscr IMltorlal lan. R. The
Vbimrdlty of the coastwlso law Is
nowii oy tun ruct mal (HJVllt.NUK
RI'JAH WAS Kl.NKD fur coming
lioinn on 11 .liip.inrno llnor whllo
iiivnrnor Carter K.iiled nwny 011 Hi u
ntiiu ship without u penalty.
iltm'1 It nwful I but. tho oxplalners
fthat Joko ciin't remembor their
wn' cxplntiatluii muro than two
STRONG SUGAR STATISTICS.
According to the latest circulars
orclveil fmni llin mninlitnil tint
Tntlstlcal i)3lllon of tho raw sugar
ijarlict Is better this jear ns n forc
tinncr of Ettstnlued prices thun for
fi)VporI6d In, recont history
JOno of tho mo'Jt telling factors ot
iio-i5l tnntlon Is' tho remarkable re
ft Action in tho world's vlslhlo Hiip-
ucs. tor even dates, thcro is an
V pparent shortago of upwards of
mr hundred thousand tons In tho
bjlble supijlles reported In tho lat
ig,part of December, 1909, when
im'pareil with December, 1908.
SlaRcsults of this (omlltlon lire be-
f Sg reflected dally In the quotations
v3 raw ""Bars reported from tho
,.?.w York market. Many huggest,
(uwover, that tho prlco prevailing)
ijuiui lnnri.ci. win all materially
ijiieii tnu rufii 01 1110 uuiian hugars
Sglim In tho next eight wicks. Cuba
Ito, have u bumper crop, and nl-
.tiiusui tho Cuban planter Is lu a
! liter 'Imunclnl pobltlun than ever
iore, ho is still iiianufacturlng a
lauo of ugnr that dctcrlurutcs If
lt$Jong In storage.
raunine utner 11a mi, 11 oiilil seem
JSiposlblo for even a pieseiiro of su-
Fis from Cuba to Miilously iloprobs
ofinaikrt. 11 would i.ecin iinnns-
pble for limprcLcnt shortiigo of vUl
'9.'PP'.p 'P bo ovcrcomo between
LoTmlddlu of December nml tho mid-
Ifftlnf l-.hrifitl'V wliPlf llin ut,ittutl,9
fjjtho past jeitr show that thoso
SPIU103 roacu incir uigiicsi 1111111,
hjecs toniethlDg most unexpect -
I'er 5l Mntitna
Per Year, anvtheieinU.3 .
Pel Year an)Hhcie n Canada.
Per Year tpaM, foteijEti
Entered at the PoitotTice at Honolulu
aa ftPcottc-ctas matter.
JANUARY 5, 1910
c happens to chnngo conditions, tlio
iimnllUll,"s of these Islands may
" lllli' "lu ".. " "
prices piuiaiiing iiir many jtaip.
Anil tliat means another oar of e
(ciitlonatly good limes for all ton
ncctcil with the Industry.
Till! SUBSIDY HILL.
Until Congressman llumphic)'s
explanation of tho administration
chip subsidy bill Is iccelvcd. It lit
diflicult to ray exactly what the bill
Inliodiicod jcstenlay In Congress
means bcyotul tho fact that It rep
resents n determined btniul fur tho
rehabilitation of the merchant 111:1
1 i lie of tho United States mill lias
behind It tho unwavering support of
,)dlna lt t,lu ,
1'rom the review given In the ca
ble dispatches, this measure appeals
to bo drawn on the same geneial
plan as tho Humphrey bill that was
put before the special session ot
CoiiRiebS. Tho now one, however. Is
muro favorable lu 0110 respect, name
ly the ndmlbsluu of' slxtccii-knot
bunts of live thousand tons oil the
same terms as tho iwcnty-knut boats
of eight thousand tons.
A provision that will be watched
with much Interest Is that which al
ien's tho admission of foreign built
s to an American register.
Humphrey's original bill opened tho
way tor the admission o foreign
rhlps to American register on condi
tion that they be used exclusively In
tho foreign trndo or In tho trade
with the Philippines. This provision
for foreign ships Is one that has
always been hard fought hy ship
yard Interests, but tho feeling bus
been growing that since theso ship
yards havo not been nblo tobulld
vessels cheap enough to warrant
American companies putting them
into foreign trade, tho ship builders
should bo satisfied with their mo
nopoly of the vosfcIs engaged In do
mestic trade. Under tho original
Humphrey bill the forelgn-bullt
Etilps could not recelvo tiny subsidy
If tho peoplo of those Islands who
iiro anxious to have this Territory
put on tho Kimo transportation basis
lis the Philippines want to mako u
point for cheaper ships to be pur
chased for local trnllle under the
AutoiicAn flag, they "Wight havo Ha
waii included In tho exception that
tho Humphrey bill grants tho Phil
ippines. Hudi u provision, If It did not
endanger llnwnll'ii 'ferritin lal Hiat
us, would eiiiihlo local capital to pur.
chaso llist-cl.tss pnssongor hhlps and
eiiulp tho local borvlco with all tho
btramors needed under tho American
flag and rcgletcr.
(Continued From Pace li
taken out of tlio KoulnupoKo illhtrlrt
and turned over to Miicfitrlutio to llu
Ish tho Ahulinaiiu road.
'i'hero was $150 bpent on that road
by tho County sonio tlmo ago, and
Mr, Mitcfarlano with his own team
and his own money along with this
31S0 constructed about a mile df road.
In going over this road leccntly
Qiilnn bald that ho found It li
clnss condition. Ho therefore nsked,
that $100 bo allowed for tho Ahul
mantt road to 00 taken out of tho Koo
laupcko district road fund.
McClcllan strongly objected to tho
pioposltlnu, (kclailng that it was nut
legitimate to lako money fiont ratio's
acccunt to bo paid out to outside con
tractors. Ho believed that tho funds
should bo derived from bomo other
sou 1 CO.
Clulnn, In suppoit of tho Miicfarlnun
icfoliillou, Insisted that to construct
tlio sumo pleco of load, l'aelo would
havo rcqulied nt Iciibt thrco thousand
ilollsis, whllo in tho prcbent lnstuneo
tlio county vvus getting iho work dono
for less than two hundred dollars.
Tho cheapness of tho Miirfiulmio of
fer nppe.iled (o Aylelt and ho advocat
ed tho transfer of l'aelo funds to (he
Maclarl.iuo coffers lieciuro of what
ho bolluved was a birg.iln for tho
Macfnrlano will thcroforo Jie given
tlio extra hundred dollnra )o complete
tho work which ho had commenced
(somo weeks ago,
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Cash or easy terms, will buy a
(", nice little home of G rooms, 2 bed
looms, in Kaimuki. 3 minutes' walk
from car line, with 1.68 acres of
ground, witli all kinds of bearing
fruit trees and fine lawn. This
place is a bargain. Let us snow you.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONUS. INSURANCE
AT POLICE COURT
Vineyard Street Gang
Will Be Broken
Sheriff .Inrrett mil Chief McDufllc
are determined lu clean up tho town
of the gangs of toughs who cmsregelo
around ceitnln itivcts at ntht tlmo
and annoy and :! vault p.isMTs-by
This morning two joung men named
Maciiado and Souza faced Judge All
drade on n charge ot assault nnd bat
tery. The charge was (i very mild one
for the offeiiRo, which really was of
tho nature of n holdup, according to
I.ou Kok, iv Chinese of small Etui
mo, was tho complainant, and ho told
a straight story on the witness stand.
I.ou Kok sworu that Souzn attacked
him about three wicks ago sis ho was
walking along fllver bttccM, nnd that
whllo ho was helpless another man
went through his pockets.
Another aged Chinese, who appeared
to bo frightened out of his life of the
gang, testlllcd that Souzn had held
him up twice and on both occasions
had screwed him ami behind his back
and then robbed him of money.
Soii7a called n couple of witnesses
on his behalf but thoy wero inoro or
less hostile, nnd tho statements In
jured Souza'g cnbo. Machado, on tho
witness stand, staled that ho, Souzi
and several others, wero vcitc-d on a
Mono wall when tho Chinese caino
along nnd "looked nt them." Tho
bunch Immediately picked up slmics
and throw, them at tho Chlnose.
"Well," enquired Judo Andrado. "IT
I weto to meet you on tho stieet imd
look at you, would you heavo bricks
at mo?" Souza replied that he would
not dream of doing anything llko that
to tho Judge.
Tho case agalni.t Sonza was piovcd
up In tlio bill, anil A. M. llrown tiskod
Ihal tho maximum sentence ho given
him, The gang Souzn belongs to wero
Real Estate for Sale
Well, wc have sold ,our College
Hills bargain advertised last week.
Our bargains seem to take.
Here are a few more:
Two buildint; 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 has
an unrivaled view of Honolulu Har
bor an the Waianac Mountains,
nnd where the best residences in
the tract have been built. These
lots are cleared and improved. A
bargain nt $3,000.
Fort and Merchant Street'.
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HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY,
On Sunday the office is open from,
eight to tenn. m.
only game to tncklo poor old Chinese
and sick Japanese. If 11 whltcman
went near, them thoy would nil run
nwny llko curs, lemarkpd llrown.
. Tho Judgo set the caso against Ma
chado over tfll tomorrow morning and
S0112.1 will appear nt tho same tlmo to
hear tho verdict against him and re
ceive his sentence. Hall was fixed in
tho sum of $200 In each case, mid
there seemed very little chanco of the
toughs getting It lu a hurry
Supervisors Kick At Gas
Company Laying a
Marslou Campbell, Territorial Su
perintendent ot Public Works, Is
charged with having grinifd per
mission to the Honolulu fim Com
pany to continue their main nlong
Monnii road about 100 feet to tho
corner of Doiulnls stieet and 100
feet along Domluls rticct to a point
near tlio rieasuntou Hotel, nn.l bo
has therefore aroutcd the Ire of tho
City mid County Iloant of Supervis
ors. Tho Campbell niiurlfcito. read bo-
fore tho board incniborK. In ought
Qulnn to his feet with tho declara
tion that tho gas company hid uhoiit
completed tho work of laying the ex
tension of tlio gas main.
"Tho gas coinpany""'novcr came to
us lu this mutter, nnd they havo
thereforo violated tho city and
county oiillimuies which apply to tho
teiulug up' of the Blrcrts.
Tho miilloi- has been pntihcd up!
JAN. Ii, lMO
If You Have a
List -it with us. Wo hive
tome very fecod realty propo
sitions to oitor you.
Come in and sec us,
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
to the road committee. Qulnn fav
ored going on U10 war path with tho
tinned Cub Company 11 ml Murston
Campbell as tho opposini; forces,
The Incident was only another of
tlio ott-repcated clashes between tho
county nnd territorial government In
regard to authority.
In a li ' 11 nt tho Hoy at Photo
graphic s exhibition Dr. 1'ran-
cli V.i .. X that tho powir of cer
tu ! fish to .hnngo their color. In bar
nuny with their environment, resided
lu their optic nerve. Ho placed n
plko In b,tch a position that ,s head
was in n daik chamber while the
rest of lis body lay lu bright sunshine.
Tlio plko remained black in color, hut.
when hu reversed Itt position ami
caused Its head to ho in tlio sunlight
Its color changed to ti very much
lighter huu within tho sp.icu of 11 few
minutes. Tlio light uctod upon the.
optic nerve., thus causing the pigment
cells all over thu skin to contract or
lelax London llvenlm? Standard.
A St. Louis pnirot has been attract'
lug considerable attention hy Its tibll
Ity In swear In thrco Lmguagcs. If It
had been a Chlcjgo parrot It would
havo been nblo tu swear In tlx, at
least. Keokuk (lain City
Ujtr iii.i.ftiu arm nv
Some stylish and all are
Substantial and Waterproof
Those "Arnold" Goods
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The dnrclng of 'Mrs. Sibyl Held and
tho vocal music by I.. C. Shrovo arc
attrnctlug it class of patrons to tin,
Itonluo that havo never before been
legulnr altcndanta on tho picture cir
cuit. They are a. class of peoplo who
know when boiuolhlng Is really good
and positively refuse to view or listen
to anything that Is not. They showed
their appreciation of tho llonliio bill
last night by continued, npplnuso for
tho two cnpablo peoplo whom Mr.
Itonluo has pecured lu augment his
picture program. 'Iho films being
shown Include ninny familiar Hawaii
an scenes as well as some from
"Adverse piess comment hai Us
compensation," ro says Happy Jack
Walker, thu comedlnti nnd manager ot
tlio Novelty, which has been tho point
ot muiiu criticism this week 011 ac
count of a SaWio d:ui co that U being
given there. Tho nltcndauco Inst
night was In no wise lessened an-l
some wero Inclined to bctlovo they
hud been inveigled Into seeing some
thing that was not as suggestive as n,
critic had claimed. Ihero vyero Ihoto
who weio posliHo that Iho article con
taining the criticism was thu work or
u clover press agent. Anyway, the
show was well attended and thoso
who did not enjoy tho Halomo dance
were treated to sumo excellent niovlnq
The vaudeville portion of tho pro
gram at tho I.'mplro Is attracting the
attention ot u great many people who
llko singing nnd dancing. Tho Um
pire also Is keeping up to Its high
standard of plctiiics. as thoy did when
they had no. vaudevlllu features.
Among the films Is one which Is note
worthy and la drawn from historical
sources. It Is called "Loihlnvar." lt
Ib from Sir Waller Scott's romantic
Btoiy of lovo Hint laughs at locksmiths.
v.iieio ensile wnlls weio no bar. An
other film was called "When tho Hag
falls." dealing with an Incident or the
THE PARK THEATER.
"Traced by a Kodak" Is tlio featuro
film at Iho Hark Tor tonight mid lo
iiioriow night. The plrturo tella Ihr
story of u little girl's pony that hits
been stolen. I'uvtous lo the; theft of
tho pony a kodak picture had been
taken and through this picture the
thieves nro tr.tced and captured. In
nil, this film s n dramatic 0110 that
never falls lo excite Interest among
nil classes of people. In addition to
tho picture part of the pingriitu theio
will bo the usual good vaudeville, In
cluding u new illustrated song by Geo.
TONIGHT'O DANCE, v
Tills evening will be tlio last chance
to dance nt the Now llanco Hall until
next Friday night nn thrro Is no
Thursday night ihiuco nt this hall.
Tho musical program .at tho dance
hall tonight Is n special nrrnnged tmo
of two-steps and waltzes. TJils Is nl
wayb n (Kipulai arrangement nnd there
Is certain to bo a crowd there tonight.
"Tlip Lust Confession" mi 11 featuro
him nt (his IliuutVr Is In fine wllh Iho
good things usually (endeicil to the
public by this 'managemi'iit. "Tjic
Last Confession" hits to ilml with the
biiDstuution of 0110 Infant for another.
from the hour of his birth in Arnold
Knit Goods and ho will escape many
of the unpleasant sicknesses which
are the lot of many babies.
Underwear nnd outerwear, the
Arnold Goods answer every need;
they aic reasonably priced, too;
Mrs. William Hcrtrtcrsrft,.
VHVVKTOx4Vx X " 35aaaH
RELIEVED BY PERUNA.
MHS. WILLIAM IIKXIinilHOK,
C'ralk, X. W. T., Can., wrltct:
"1 wan troubled with very scrloui In
tcrpal weakness, which tvchunslcd mo
10 that I feared I would Inao my mind.
"I suffered agony with my back, tho
pain extending down myleftleg. Tho
pain wm so aevcro that I would have
welcomed death as n relief. t
"I'erunn cured moot this trouble,
ao wonder I n-commend It ro highly.
"It will oon bo two years sines 1
found relief from the p.ilu ami not a
ilgn of it has returned.
"I urn glad that there, is a way in
which I can speak of till", a many a
ulTercr inny read my testimonial, and.
uot only rend, bu't believe." '
Had Given Up All Hope.
Mllo. Alblna Chauvin, No. CO Huo
Agues. St. Henri, Montreal, Canada,
"I consider l'erunii hotter thsn ny
other romedy,as It cured 1110 when noth
ing elno could,
"I suffered for years and years with
lieart trouble, headache and wenkneis,
I never expected to llnd anything to
"I tried l'orun&sud am entirely cured."
The following wholesale drugR-ist1
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
waii. Tho child of 11 wealthy couplo dies and
the haho In tlio nurse's family (wlieio
tho wealth) child Is seilt n recuper
ate) Ib palmed off on tho rich parents
us their youngster. Tho llttlo haho
glows lo manhood anil begins Iho
pace that kills. Hvcutually lie Is
caught cheating nt cards; his sup
posed parents nru notified, with n de
mand for the institution of what ho
has won. The "old man" makes good,
and to cfcnpe dishonoring his naitio
offers his supposed sou 11 fearful al
ternative. Just nt this Juncture a con
fession comes from the nurso who
mailo tho exchange of children twenty
)ears hefoie, and by Hint confession
tho day is saved, us Is also tho ricli
mail's good name.
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT.
The Hawaiian band will lender Iho
following concert piogram tit Aula
Hark tills evening nt 7:00 o'clock;
March The Diplomat Sou.i
Overture Light Cavalry Snppu
Interinejio Kisses Huhbcll
nrnmt Selection Marilntu ..Wnllnco
Vocal Local Songs ....11V. by Merger
Selection Xovviy Weds .... Hdvvanls
fnlermerzo -Curly Powell
Mnriii-i.Man llehlnd Iho Our ..Sousu
The Star Spangled Iluiiticr.
It Is ronsldiralo ofyCongiess not
to rulso the prlco ot postage on second-class
matter without Investigat
ing, It Is rumored, for "example,
that some or tho ralliouds havo con
tracts for carrying tho mall which
cno might think wero inndo by -tho
unsophisticated Chicago commission
er of public works.
We have recently opened up
a new line o'f Mission Style
Chafinp; Dishes with ebonized
handles and stands.
Artistic, harmonious and
lich in design.
Just the thing to keep your
house in readiness for chance
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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