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Entered t' the Ptwtoffice at Honolulu
, u atrond-cl&sn matter.
What would you havef Your ccn-
W.fl tlcness shall force
A) Hero . than your force moves us to
Mnko your plans for tho I'lornl
Vnrn.ln nti.l ,t It nnu' .titut llin
' ' i, week licforo Is altogether too Into.
( v.i J don't forget to set In iind lii'lp It
'iMinuvo forwnrd when there Ig work to
f W$ hc tlonc '" " l,pInlf.
MffiflS 'Whether he did or not, .Uncle Joe
will lio credited with saying things
moro picturesque tlmn delicate wheu
the Insurgent!) bdwled liliii over.
If Honolulu can't beat them. It Is
fjt mighty glad to have tho California
.'J tennis chninplnns drop in nnd supply
t-i our players with a. few points In the
This will hu another year in
which Hawaii's prosperity wll give
further return that should bo rein
vested for the greater development
' of the Islands.
Hawaii has an opportunity of Us
own In le.irn whether one mnn's tn-
tJY vor or coninumlty sentiment rules
K. thn ..iilntnn .. t 1 1. (it.liitBli.illAn
uu trpiiit.ii. ii tun siuiiiMtinti tiiiuit
when selecting officers for tho public
Apparently, Hawaii has a slight
difference with Mr. Ilalllngcr unless
.1 tmuuui pitivo irue iiiuk muiiiiikui
"Ms 'merely voicing tho secret opposl-
p.Vtlon of sotao who may havo openly
endorsed Hobortson. ' '
jMj, Stnto rights men will Immediately
."JijnVcgln to contestthe President's pro
$,.posal for a Kederal corporation II
wn'consc, unless they wero hypnotized
yj ly tho Taft smllo wlien tho Presl-
jJ ' dent was touring tho South.
When tho Secretary of ,thp flavy,
rets mo uato for too completion or
YtV'.f enri tiuruor, anil at ine same lime
"fflUnlls for an appropriation to make
jj'gooil any possible deficiency, you may
jv .Jviiow that roal energy and dctornil
!';iW,jiatlon Is behind tho wholo Pearl
, ..Harbor development scheme, Hono
i ...lulu will not have to wait: It must
. (!.rather -liustlo to catch up with tho
i;,' necrciary unoxs plan or noutrni-
ir-1 t lylniT tfirt Tn ttiViii r t ii it inltiitntf viiat
1 ''ft IMUVHUI iu" iiinii ium
J- have Btroner backing In boiuo other
"1 .li.ln.ll.. .. i. . m..t'.i
v MlUHUIll; eviuur illilll JUIMW,
unHiKij .ipparuuuy ins sencme wouiu
v.o tar towunl nostnonlntr tho nru-
il li( n.l xililllnt linlinnAn fluoulu ninl
Ki'lday's afltrnooii nowg report
(."Jva'a "' . heavily Iciadcil with hie
Gfolthliigd. It Is soldom, even In tho
cv unuoil, btuiCjS, mat a presidential
wJtlecln'rntron of policy on n great
'problem of the hour, (lie dismissal of
n high officer, tho overthrow of Itcp-
'rooututlvcs, nnd a proposal to( neu
tralize a source of groat trouble in
tho Orient, nro focussed In n single
Iny., If imowerc culled upou to
t-olcct tho nlo.it Important event nC
tho lot he must needs do lively guess
A toucher of primary grades In a
-.public school tells tho following:
j. ijlnimy was called on to read, and
'.vgcttlug up from his sent, recited In
cti' sing-song voice this .legend from
nisccond reader: "Soo the cow. Can
thovcow run? Yes, tho .cow can run.
Can the cow run us swiftly as tlid
'horse? No, It cannot run as swiftly
V1 V t : '..,., .,.
jiuiiMt sunt ,iiu icut:iici,
understand what you
& J!,'-Sure jthlnBl"' screamed Jimmy,
T''ji'Weli; then, close your book and
J ,teir iiio In your own words what you
trhls wna Jlmmy'H version; "(Jet
Konlto'.ilo. cow. Kin hnr Jinny legit
fruiiTnetclier. llfo, doy Idu.KIn do
too53tclov,do liorao in running'? ,NIU
''De-kcow. ain't. In It wld'dc' hor3e no
miR-r "t"' '
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JANUARY 8, 1910
One of Illlo's organs Is helping
llllo grow by exploiting an oppor
tunity for people to put their money
Into n hole In tho ground. Tliero
are no better Investments on earth
than are ottered by Hawaii's enter
prises, nnd that Is where tho big
men and the little men should put
their money. llacl your own enter
prlKcs with loyalty nnd enthusiasm.
Thnt's what' makes buslues's. That's
what makes n place grow so that
)ou don't, hnvo to sit up nights
thinking of n catch phrrtse, to nttract
tho public eye and an occasional
dollar. , .
PINCHOT ArtDJTIlE PEOPLE.
The people nrc with Glfford Pin
chot. That Is the Impression ono gains
of the situation In Washington from
' Ily upholding, Secretary (talllngcr,
tho President has precipitated ''one
of the most bitter lights of political
history and one that, from present
appearances, would, seem ito hasten
tho day of the organization, of the
new National party of vyjilch so
much has been said.
When members of tho Houso of
Representatives arc so aroused that
Republicans nnd Democrats combine
tr take power from tho hauls ,of
U.o Republican Speaker, you may
know that the revolt, generally cx
piesscd ns the Insurgent movemont,
lr no small affair; you1 may know
that tho smash-up of old pafty lln.es
is coming nearer a reality than .ever
knoyrn In the last, fifty years,, anil
Uiojess omot iradlcaj cjiango takes
ifmuo jiut t'liturgauiKuiiuu nnu coii
troi'.of -tho present parties, jho Pro-
.gresslvlnts will go out nnd mako
Uicjr light undor nn independent
name and Orgaulzatlon.
Qt course,, the Plnchot contest s
mcrcljt an Incident, though a very
big one, (lint tho Insurgents have
picked up In 'their fight on Cannon
Ism., Nevertheless, there is behind
It. all tho conflict of tho Interests
and the People. Plnchot represents
tho People, and tho liberal clement
of tlje Republican, party haven't
taken their political .lives In their
hands without feeling sure ol tho
hacking, pure Indeed of- tho demand
of their constituents. ,.
As for Forester Plnchot's contest
with Secretary Ilalllngcr, It seems
now ns If Mr. Plnchot had been
playing for Just tho situation Hint
has developed. JIo has forced tho
administration to choose between M?
nets and Ideals ami Iho alleged' ques
tionable position ot tho Interior De
partment In tho mlx-up of Us head,
with the Ouggenhclms nnd TrustB
generally. Plnchot, of course, nnd
to bo disciplined If Ilalllngcr, wore
retained In office. Hut tho. expulsion
of Plnchot, and Iho wiping out or
the force .of notnbly successful nml
efllclcnt officers 0( tho Forestry bu
reau, creates n mountain whore tho
Qlavls dismissal' was a inolc-liill.
Popular opinion will tend imme
diately to tho support of Plncho( as
against Uallloger, becnuso Plnchot,
ou the fuce of It, lias nothing to gain
and overythlng to losp by courting
such n serious issuo with tho. Secre
tary of tho Interior and iho Pccsi-
A prominent politician has awljo
who Is n model of domestic carofiil
ncss. Sho has a talent for making
bread, and takes great prldo In hav
ing her Icavoa turn out well.
One evening sho bad sot tho batch
of dough to rise in tho kitchen, and
was reading In tho nnrlor, when hei
lilx-year-old boy c.ame running J to
hnr. rrvlni?. 'Miitninn. Atntnmf.1
There's a inouso jumped Into ypnt
bread panl" ;,' i
Tho" good woman sprang fromdjor
"Did you take him out?" slio
asked, frantically. '
"No'nii- but I doife ns good, I
throw the cnt In, nnd she's digging
after him to beat tlft band!"
"What's tho matter. Jack? You
look tibctl up," .
I "I am. You know ,1 came .300
miles to mo Miss Hardcastle. yoll,
. I. 'called on Uor Inut night, nnd by
- mlttako sent up. my pawn t,lci:e; In-
Jbtcad 'of my card."
EVENING rlULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATimDAY.
A modern "-room house, Mot-
lock Ave,; .1 bedroom! eloo-.
trie lights, gas; (2700.
''A'TJrdflm cottngc on Atin'piinl
Sl7V(?.V'edrooms; gas, electric
lights; .modern; lot 7fxl25;
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS.' INSURANCE '
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On Sunday the office is open from
eight to ten a. ra.
dent of tho United Slates unless he
was absolutely sure of his facts aim
has more to expose than has been
madd public. ,
,.Mr. Plnchot Is not In public of-
flnn tn 41.M nl.. n .1... ....I. t.. . I. t
.iv.u iui iiiu dui.Ii in urn pusiiiun; J1U
has all tho money ho wants. Ho has
no political aspirations to saifsfy
through tho downfall of his superior
or nuyono with whom ho is associ
ated in public llfo; ho has taken up
forestry and public scrvlco because
ho Is Interested In tho sclcnco aim
tho great public necessity of dealing
properly with forestratton nnd con
Tho pcoplo hnvo not tho samo con
fidence In the operations of the .In
terests and those assoclmed with
Mr. Plnchot and Ills aids have
placed not only the Secretary of the
Interior, but tho whole administra
tion, on the dcfonslvc. Ycr' few ir
flclalB of favor-scckcrs of Hawaii
will daro ito, say so, however. A
great .many of them urc personally
intimate with Plnchot and his fol
lowing, and. yet ,if tljey express any
friendship for the dismissed officials
or- their cause they will hnvo their
own official heads or their favors ,1m-
Wdlately cut off by tho administra
tion. Hawaii, Is. under, Ilalllngcr.
ON MM ANNEX
William .Mutch, tho local contract
or; will havo chargo of tli6 coiutruc-
tlon at tho two largo additions to tho
Moiina hotel at Walklkl beach.
Tho work on thu buildings wilt soon
commence, Permits havo been Issued
to.ino contractor, ,wno win start imiiii
lug operations upon .two additions.
oach to cost $$000 nnd each lo con
tain six rooms and tlireo bath rooms.
Tho buildings Vvlll bo erected on, tho
old Queen Kmma place.
Real Estate for Sale
We'll, we have sold our College
llilh bargnin advertised last week.
Our bargains1 seem to take.
Here are a few more:
Tw.o building lots in -Mnnoa, -$2,000
and $950 respectively. Good.'
soil, Rood elevation and price and
At Kairauk'i and Twelfth Avenue',
we -have four (4) of the' best' lots'
left: Tliis is the locality that has
an unriyaled view of Honolulu Har-,
bof and the Waianae Mountains, '
and where the best residences in
the tract have been built. . These-
'l 111. I '
lots ,are cleared
bargain 'ftt $3,800,
Fort and Hero
'h'-s Cik ''v
I-ot In Coltcgo'.nills, 100x200,
on car-line;' $800,
Lot-lnPuunul, 230x200; $2,-
l'uuon ltd., COxlOO;
lots bii Oullck Ave;
LIVELY INCIDENTS OF
BIG BRITISH GAME
UN, DUlt.!Anl CtUl- i
HUH rUlllItdl I llilllb AIC
Fought In Field
LEADERS WHO ARE HANDLING
.MACHINERY OF PARTIES
Suffragettes , Are Causinp; All Sides
lots of. Trouble Type of Men!
Who Manage Affairs of Two
bONDON. Poo 17. The suffra
gettes tiro progressing in violence and
gave several couples' this, week of
their dotorm(nat,!on tt plead thclu
cnuso ,by force iji. well us by mere
words; lnstancfjn nf Uielr nttflcks
upon membors or the ministry off so
'frequent that thu' iiewsi'iapers dismiss
them nowndnjs With but a ftiw Hues.
Hut one or two jncldcnts nru worth
First Lord of the Admlrolly Mc
Konna was attacked os he returned
from n' party meeting, and though
ho has' expressed his belief in wo
man suffrage one Of tho crowd of suf
fragettes who surrounded him on ri
railway-.station platform struck him
repeatedly over1 the head nnd face
with n MOut Indln rubber tube, part
of tho apparatus employed In prison
hospitals for forcibly feeding auffrn-.
gottcs who rctuso to tako nourish
ment In the natural way. Mr. Mc
Kenna managed to-escape, but nut
boforo ho had received several smart
blows that left their mark on his
Tho Chancellor of tho Bxchcqucr,
Mr. Moyd-Georgo.v albo had au en
counter with suffragettes. As. he
was about to alight' from his mplnr
jand improved. A"
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.TAN. 8, 1910','''
If' You Have a
list it with ,us. V?e nave I
some very good realty propo-
sitions Jo offer you.oti.
dome in and sec us.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd:
car nt Queen's Hall the other day
to address at Kon-couformlst moot
ing Mls Douglas. Smith n very at
tractive young woman who has es
poused the causo of women suffrage.
Jumped Inside the car and another
suffragette Hammed tho door behind
her and held it tight.
Miss Smith appealed to the im
prisoned Chnnrullor to fornot about
the budge In House ot Lords and
other p. 1 features of the day
and fo duo o his speech to the suf
ferings ot women und the' Injustice
of refusing them .equal suffrage.
Lloyd-Georgo smiled nnd said mo-
thing, so Ml3s Smith seized him by
tho Bhoulders and shook him rough
ly. Tho police came, along opportune
ly nnd tho Chancellor was rescued
and escorted to tho hall. Ho refused
to niaico any charge against Miss
Smith or her friends.
The' usual. Christmas lull has not
'affected the general election cam
paign so fur. Tho struggle In pro
gress grows inoro bitter every day,
nnd If the size and cifthuslasm ot tho
crowds nt the public meetings wero
a suro Index to the result of the
campaign, -.a great Llbernl trrumpli
would Bcpm certain.
Hut In' this country the mass or
fallout vpters who stand nl'oo from
puouc demonstrations determine tho
result of general elections, and tho
'Juries nro concentrating their ct
torts on nn attempt to drive, tills
class, of electors Into ri ulato of panic
t -f -f -t-11
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January 15, 1910.
Henry Wnlcrhouso Trust Co., Ltd.,
Agents, Continental Casualty Co.,
tlontlemcn: I vow'n receipt of
your check for Tlireo Hundred and
Twenty-flvo--($33n.OO) Dollars In
full settlement of iqy claim against
tho Continental .Casualty Company
under Accident Policy No. 717170,
for (Which I bog fo. thanks you, I
wish to take this opportunity ot ex
pressing my appreciation of the very
satisfactory manner . In which this
claim, has been adjusted.'
Again thanking you, I remain,
yours very truly,
I'KAN'IC O. IlOYKIt.
The nliovo letter refors to a set
tlement mado on account of nn ac
cident occurring jonljjtwo days' after
thopollcy was IssiiettShori'bclng
Klglit weeks' tolal 't!ISiblll0.S2do
Additional hospltul Indemnity .
for two, weoks -;.. ........ i 25
Additional indemnity for'oper
' atloh by laparotomy1''!, ,'.;lp;-''l09
Tho policy ISMilod was tho Nqw
Perfect Ion 'Policy or tho Coutlneitliil
Co., Ltd., agents
-.- &-wi-. i :: VETO s" ' - ' . X.
river the policies nt tho Liberal par
, Possibly jhe most .significant fea
(uro of tho campaign thus far has
been the decided hostility shown to
ward Austen .Chamberlain whenever
ho( has .addressed' lilj Own constitu
ents. On Thursdny he had to nbati'
don tho attempt to gnln p. hearing
In Illrmlnghnin, the' principal tuwtl
In tho Chamberlain coulltitchcy.
The Influence of the Chnmberlalns
lit tho Illrmliighnnl sphcro has hith
erto been ro Overwhelming that thelf
opponents havo existed them only
on suftraiice. The defeat of Austen
Chamberlain would bo ti dire blow
to tho Tories and tho Tariff He
form adherents, nut only becnusc his
own personality is Important In tho
struggle, but, because tho Chamber
lains hnvo never found the slight
est dllllculty horetoforo In routing
nil qttneks on thclivjstronghnlil.
To1 buttress his son's position, Jos
eph Chamberlain has appeared again
as a candidate for West Ulruil og
ham. It Is three years bIiicV; he has
even seon (ho. Houso of Parliament,
nnd even It he wero elected ho could
never toko his scat again in' the
Commons, so deplorable Is his physj
Tho ablest speeches heard In tho
campaign havo boon those delivered
by Winston Churchill in Lancashire,
That county returns no (ess tjinn
slxt' members to Parliament, nnd
both parties 'arc' focussing their at
tention on It. Churchill's rnro elo
quence nnd his. consummate ability
In defense of lljo budget nud'of frue
trade, havo made a tremendous im
prcsslpu, nnd Iho Liberals claim that
ho has rendered- their position In,
Lloyd-Georgo has confined his cfi
fnrtM thin werl: In.n Itavrn n1nu.nl ttl
,: : - -
Ills fellow Nonconformists. He urged
them to stand by him In' his attack
on the Houso of Lords, which ho do-
nounccd us tho oonslslent enemy nnd
persecutor of nonconformity.
While this contention Is umlool-
nbte ns a historical truth, his oppon
ents deprecate' such appeals to pre
judice and sectarianism, and many
of his friends think ho Is going too
Lloyd-Oeorgc ami Chuithlll arc
tho leaders in this campaign of ra
dicalism ugnlnst toiylfeni. und theirs
must bo tho victory or tho defeat.
Hut they uro fighting with supremo
cpttrago and with n confidence that
Is spreading' the conviction that the
Liberals will carry tlte country by a
Tho i.eors nro taking an nctlvo
part In the campaign, a part such nsi
tncy havo never played borore. They
nro lighting In celt defrusc and aro
stumping tno country In largo num
bers. Hut except whero meelings
nre arranged fur them nt which' ad
missions is only procurable by card
or ticket, they are mot vMh derision
and laughter to an extent .that dis
tresses them sorely. This has been
most marked In London, though In
tho city tu jicbr Iui3 hertotoro always
beoir sine of a ruspeclful hearing.
Hut tho I cm per of the popttlnco seems
to have changed and It ls.no uncom
mon Bight to seo ti peer tho target
for u crowd's vulgar satire. -
Vet the Uirds nro acting in tho
most democratic fashion, nddresslng
open nlr crowds nnd bantering words
with tho plebeians. Tho Duke or
Norfolk, Hereditary Karl Marshal of
Kngland, tho premier peer ot tho
kingdom, with more lienors nnd ti
tles than space will permit to Icjt,
was addressing n crowd the other
"Do you think." he said. 2'llint, If
the Houso of Lords Is abolished I
won't tako Jolly 'good caio to secure
n sent In tho Houso of Commons'?"
Tho Jeering assemblage rctdrtcd ns
one man; .
"They'd neve have you!"
Tho Duke ot Marlborough s spcak-
lug ot the public platform in de
fense of tho Houso ot Lords. nail, on
Friday came In for an unmerciful
"Joshing" at the hands qt n crowd of
(ostermnngers nnd others.
"1 shall iiovcr tako it Bcnt,(n,tlio
Houso of Lords If ljs powers are to
be restricted," exclaimed Marlbor
ough, and In return an unsympathe
tic coster cried In tearfCiI tones:
"Don't say that, gov'norj you'll
break our 'iirtB."
LONDON, Dec. 18.1 Mossoh run tho
political parties in tlrent llrltulii as
In the United Stntes, hut tho points
ot dissimilarity. In men and methods
In the two countries nro, much more
striking than those ot resemblance.
Hero thu managers receive salaries
and that Is all the personal return
they get. Tht-y nro chosen for their
executtvo gifts nnd for their skill
in adjusting complications, In
smoothing over rrfugh, places. In com
posing Jealousies und In keeping Jhe
party silp -on ev6n kecf. When suc
cessful they can direct the distribu
tion of royal ""honors. No graft or
patroungo cornea tholr way. Man
agement with them Is stmply a busi
ness .with nn assured Income.
J. Pcrclval Hughes, nils that of
fice for the Tory prty, which pays j
mm fiu.uuu n year aim irnveiing ex
penses. Ho Is fK unobtrusive that
probably not one-half of the mem
bers 'of Parliament of his own party
know hlui by. sight and still rower
ot his opponents. His ngo Is about
thirty. Ho bus -a' t.trnlgit figure,
u lino face, n brim; maimer aiu a
low voice. Ho keeps In dully touch
with tho patty whip when Parlia
ment Is In session, ami at "all time?
his finger 'la oh 'Iho puloo of tho
i.jf,'.i.T!iayr jhmI. mKLi v vih'.avtjut he L'atwemxv -
A PHYSICAL WRECK
A Resident of .Ottawa
Finds Relief in Pc-ru-na.'
Mil. niJN'13 ST. JKAy, 210 Ht. Pt
rick street, Ottawa, Out., Can.,
"I bslloved A year sgo that I could
atntid anything. I worked hard, kept
Irregular honrs, and did not mind tho
loss ota few meals, but In sis week I
hail changed to a pliynlcnl wreck, ,
'tr.lght bottles ot Poruna brought
back my irengt)u"
Mr. A.O. Hirdlii'g.bon W. HOSt., TXtyr
VorkUlty, ormcrljr ono of thi! leading'
uruggiais oi rrcscaii, inn., nss oceii
presented- with a twenty-fire :
Medal of Honor In Odd lcllow.hlp.
, "Kvcr since 1 have been handling
rcrunn, 'I have had n flno trade. Onco
family l)uysnbotlIC,I nni suro of (sell
ing thorn morestid It never ftU to
bring addltloiml ciiatomcrs.
"1 have nothing hotter for catarrh In
all ot Its various forms.' A a liouao
hold remedy It Is without comnr6,.'
splendid for mothers nnd excellent for
The following yvholesnle druggist
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON. SMITH & CO., Honolulu, .Ha
' i Ill ll.l IIWII l II I TAM i ii i
constituencies. The leaders depend
on him for reports on public feeling,
uutl ho furnishes speakers) litera
ture anil Fometmcs candidates, ns
may bo needed. In Iris leisure ho Is
is painter of pretty .landscapes.
Sir Hobcrt Hudson, senior of M,r.
HitghrH by ten years, it manager -or
the. Liberals. Ill spite of dillcnto
healthf ho Is onorgvile nnd capable.
Ho gets $12,500 u year.
Tho duties of both men. nro alike
nnd their personal opportunities equ
ally lestrlctcd. Hcsldcs, serving ris
universal adjusters they handle ull
the moneys Hint, -comes (rum the cen
tral party funds and they are. equal
ly successful In concealing the source
Tho Liberal managers roso ' to his
jilace by nn apprenticeship undor tho
lato Mr. Sahnadhorst, who 'foisted
caucus system upon lllrmlnghnm, Mr.
Chamberlain hnylhg Imported that
Idea' from Iho Unllecrstntcs. If was
an unpopular nivHsurd.ut tho I lino,
but, all the other districts hnvo
adopted It. ,. ::
In tho campaign activities now dc- '
vcloplng the public hc.inl us 1 ttt lu or
tho two moll ns at other times, and
lllllo will bo heard 6f tlein, although
until election there will bo lid' busi
er or more 'Important motilii Hug
laud. -. ...
The discovery' limJInlho of, n nal
ural alloy ot tin md. bismuth Is t-ald
by inotnllurglsts to bo tho llrsl 'of Its
klml on record, t
Kmlnent Kroni'h mcilcnl pieu are
engaged In an nxtcmlcd tllscussloji
over wlmf rtmstltillcsj Mho"- most
hcalljiful'tiosltlon dn which to'slc'cp.
We have recently opened up
a new line of MUsion Style
Chafing Dishes with ebonized
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