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nVEMNQ nULLKTlN, HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1010.
E V ENIBTG B TJLLETXN
A11Y aid WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Hint; Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday, Weekly istocd on Tuetday of tack week.
KEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PBISI.
WtilUiuu I. F,rrlnjton, - RUItor
IUBSCRiPTION HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANC1.
Jf You Have a
Per M,ilh, aujwlictr In I) S. S .711
Per fjuarlcr. aiijrwlirielti US .... 3.oo
I'm fr, aurvliete inl! S. H.oo
Per Veer, ioiaiil lorelen I3.no
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HPI j ticlltorlul Kooms, - JLo
, 9 j
Let n iran have but tin aim, a pur
pose, and opportunities to attain his
end shall start forth like buds at the
khs of spring. John Lancaster
Hunk' llonK ' Look out fur Mnjor
A (! M Itobertson for United
Stales District Judge satisfies Ha
riopliiis ulio talked of the slump
In llio prKi" (if sugar will hnvo to
take to mime other business.
HiiikiIiiIii was never uioio niiniil
iiiuus In Iih opinions on candidates
fin appointment to tlio llendi.
Alt) way, Wellington ictuses to
Imonie tmlleil ovei the tie-up of
i.ur IYdci.il mi,) lerrlloilnl courts.
'I hit niiiiiiyint us letter to Assess
or litter reads llko the work of .1
"wlbu gu" who wanted to Injure
the Hawaii, iuh mid took the anony
mous sjsti'in to do It.
Why should Great llrllaln an
noiiiue Its strict neuti.illt) In alt
niiitlerH at Xltntiigua when the
world I most anxious to know what
It thinks of the proposal to neutral
ize the Mniichiirl.111 rullua?
Now that the tourists are arriv
ing, what iiro )ou doing to keep them
constantly Interested and fully In
formed on places to go? Some hnu
ojiiiiplalucd that they hmo.to come
to Hawaii tluee jeurs to learn what
It Is might) amusing to note the
mm with wlilt li Iih a I ulllclahlom
and Its sundry mouthpieces lies low
on the llilllngor-l'lnchot fight. II
w.inls to get out and holler for l'ln-
lint, but doesn't quite date, until
Ilalllnger shows signs of being
ItepublU.iu Itadcia hao decided
to allow tlio Indigents to make the
llrst iiiovu before lending them out
of the party Ilesldes, It Isn't al
together pleasant fiu- man) of the
Itegulnrs to be lined up uucijuUoiiil
ly 011 tlio other side of the Halllngor
flood people of lloston are voting
today In an offuit to select ono Iirst
chiBj ini)nr from four non-partisan
cniidldutcs Tlio lesult will proba
bly show that enough non-paitlsuiis
have been put In tlio running to as
sure victory for the old regulars
undei u now name
If It is had policy to pa) a public
olllier with pi.iv.ito funds for fiar
that the Mini en ot the money may
picJiidl?o his ioiicIubIoiib, what a
tremendous amount 'of prejudiced
conclusions there must huve been In
tlio high places dining tlio history
of the Teriltor) of Hawaii.
Men who count for Hawaii's real
piogiess nro not tlio dlvidond-drnw-
In a Now Yoik street ono day h
wagon laden with lamp globes had
innin Into collision with another ve-
hide, and many of the globes were
' smashed. Considerable sjnipathy
rv was felt for the driver, who looked
ruefully at tho shattered fiugmenta
, which stiuwul the' ground An el
derly gentleman of benevolent as-
a pect o)id the chop-fallen dilvcr for
u moment compasslonatoly and then
, "M) poor man, I suppo-.o )ou wlil
have to maku good the loss out ot
your own pocket'"
"Ah, Ihut I shall, sir," returned
hi tho driver, with melancholy era
"Well," said tho generous phllan
tluoptst, "hold (pit )our hut; horo'f
, u quarter for )ou, and, 1 dure suy,
rsoma ot the other people will give
)ou it noipiug iiniiu, too."
Tho dilver held out his hat; sev
eral persons diopped silver coins Into
'It, mid otlicisgave coppers, as o-
ikens -of sympathy At 'lust, when
Uho lonlrlbutlon had ceased, tho
itvei emptied the contents ot the
(hat Into his pocket and, pointing to
lerSia Moi.tnii J .At
Per War.inywhcielfi Uh .. . I.hi
Pet Year an)ivhere n Canada..
i 3.hi n
Per Year postpaid, fottijrn
tnteifd ftt the rtotfice at Honolulu
m srcoiid clM millCT
JANUARY 11, 1010
era, to iiuich nit the aclho citizens
who tlcxotu tfioli time, money nml
etierg) to building ii new Industry,
or iniprmlng tlio old, but tilwujs en
gaged In creative work A leech re
iiulreii no ovtiaoidllinry brain ca
pacity Mister) Is alvuijs associated with
the return of warships to port re
porting leak) boilers, when they de
li irted fresh fioni the nny jnrds.
The publlt nlwnjs wants to know
1 whether hollers of the navy nrn per-
petuall) leaking 01 If thoy are more
I) u perpetual encusc for Mitlsfjlng
public curtoslt) about what Is not
Malnlanders cannot complain of
tlio share they are leeching of Ha
waii s prosper!!). Kuwait's ship
ments of domestic merchandise from
the mainland for the ten months
ending with October, 1908, amount
ed to $12,732,710. I'or the sumo
period ending with October, 190D,
the total was $ 15.817.52 1. All In
crease of three millions of dollars a
tear Is or) Rood return on all that
ins been done for Hawaii.
DISMISS NEW Y.M.C. A.
The building committee of tho Y, M.
C. A. held Its first meeting jesterday
afternoon In the offices of Itlchurd
Cooko at 1 o'clock In tho nbsenco of
T Cllve DaWcs tho chair was occu
tiled by A. Oartlrj Mr Cooko was
apiKilntoii secretary of the committee
The method of conducting the nich-
Itectural competition for tho new Y
M C. A building wbb dlscuised. Con
ditlons will he made public In n few
dn)S This committee will meet to-
11101 row at 4 o clock In the afternoon
to discuss the features that will go In
to the building with a view to Instruct
ing tho architects ns to the arrange
nients of tho rooms,
The computltlo method of choosing'
an architect N a loiu process nnd it
is not probable thru aclUo construc
tion or Urn iimv b illillti'j will bwlu be
fore June at the er earliest
The members nf the rommlllie who
mot jesterdnj are as fiilnwa A
Onrtlcy. clialniun. It, A Cooko V. (1
Hall, I" .1. I.owroy
ELABORATE IS THE
PROBRAM FOB TOURISTS
An elaborato urogram has been
diawn up by Herbert E. Clark, gen
I'lal maingei of ciulso No. 1 of tho
Cloehiiil's all - nrouud - the - world
tour, for tho guidance of her passen
gers, who aie expected to nrrho 011
After n 7 o'clock bicukfast on
board, the tomlsts will coino ashore
nnd enter Bpeclai trolley cars which
will be in wnltlnc to carry them to
nil parts of tho city. Stops vllt bo
iiiuda at the Aquarium, Moanu Hotel
nnd all points of Interest along the
tliropist who had started tho collec
tion, said slow I): "Say, ain't he
cuto? That's my boss."
An attendant In a largo Inbuno
ns)lum had been conducting a party
of visitors through tho Institution,
"Now," he said, "having been
through all of tlio most Interesting
inn Is ot tho place, I will show you
the automobile ward. This," ho con
tinued In explanation, as ho cau
tiously opened a heavy Iron door, "Is
1 where nil who aio sont hero suffer
ing from Insanity brought on by nil
tomoblllng aio placed."
"How many ).tt ienta have j on in
this ward?" asked ono of tho vls
ltois. "There are slxt) at picsont," io
Idled tho attendant.
Tho visitors looked down the long
waid, but only saw two men, talking
ocltedl). In 11 (orncr.
j ' But I nought you said there
weie slxt) pathnfg.heio," said tho
vIMtur whojind Bpokcn Hist,
"There (Ue,' repUiil tho attend
ant. "Thoirest'aio uudor their beds
living the nuiihlneiv. Don't von
see theli feet sticking out lit thu
Matlock Ae. A 5-100111
modern house. Prlie $2700.
Kalniukl fi-room attrac
tive bungalow, new; craftB
man nl)le of architecture;
modern; thoroughly up to
date. Price $3500.
Mnkll.1 St., near Wilder
Avc.7-lioni liouse; moderii;
convenient; the kind built to
live In. 1'ilic $4500.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
different routes. '
In the forenoon tho trolley cars
will run to Port Shatter, up the ..u
unnu Vnlle), theme to Manoa and
back to tho H)nl Hawaiian Hotel,
where half of the passengers will
lunch nt 11.30 o'clock, tho other
half at 1 p. 111
After lunch, visits will bo mnde
to the Aquarium und to tho Wnlklkl
beach hotels. Surf-riding wllj be
Indulged In, nnd contests have been
nrmnged for a series of outrlggcr
canoo and surfboard races. Mr.
Clark will donate two prize cups to
the winners of these races. At 0:30
o'clock tho party will return to tho
ship, where dinner will bo nerved.
lni the evening, Hawaiian Instru
mental music end singing on tlw
1 oof-garden of the Young Hotel will
be the feature of the evening's en
Tho Hawaii Promotion Commlttco
have ui ranged to glva each tourist
a lei In token of their visit, to Ho
nolulu. As there aro some 638 tour
ists an the Clov eland, C50 lots hnvci
been arranged for. Tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee have not
planned an) thing additional for tho
vlsltois, as they feel that these
should not bo interfered with, but
have full opportunity to go wher
ever the) like, and seo things fo,
thc,mselves. The Cleveland will Icavo Honolulu
at 5 p. 111. on Moudu), January 24.
IN ADAM BEDE"
Miss MubcIIo Blggart of New York
City, who hus been In Honolulu for
two weeks, principally for tho purposo
of gaining material for her forthcom
ing book "Aloha Huvv all, will bo
heard in her famous Interpretative
rnnilrnun.l ilt ninnllvnllnii rif flpnrfr,. T7I.
lot's "Adam llcdo" at the Hawaiian
Opera House on Tuesday, January 18
nt 8:15 p. m
Tho subject Is filled with poseIMII
ties for such nn artist nuJ student ns
Mls3 Illggart and the audience hearing
her dramatized word pictures o( ono
of the most Improsslvo scenes In con
tetnjiorary literature Is likely to re
ceive n listing Impression. Comments
of Miss Illggart's work In IIiIh ore giv
Trom nov. It. S. McArthnr, DD
pasor Cavalry Baptist Church. Now
Water house Trust
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain nt Knlmukl, nn Eleventh
Lola In Knlmukl Park Trnct, $400
each, on easy payments. Threo
ncres, cleared and fenced, In the Kal
niukl Tiact, for $2000. Acrcago
pi'opoit) In Palolo Vu'lley,
ThepQ uro n few of tlio opportuul
ties wo hvo to offer for Investment
111 real estate,
1. lleretnnlt St., 3 II. 11 , $10.
2. Horetunltt St., 5 II U, 4U.
3. Thurston ' Ac., 4 II. H..
1. Knlmukl, 1 n. It., $45.
2. 958 Spencer St., 2 11. 1U
3. Maklkl St., 3 11. II., $50.
4. Knlmukl, 3 11. It., $50.
5. The Athcrton house on l'a-
clhc Heights. 4 II. It., at
C. Lunalllo St., 5 li. It., $100.
On Sunday the office is open from
eight to ten a. m.
York City: "It was a remarkable bit
of scholarly work and nt tho samo
tlmo markedly popular n presenta
tion." Prom Rev. Fred Wlnslow Adams,
Schenectady, N. Y.: "Jllrs Mubello
Olggnrt has done for 'Adam llcde' ex
actly what nichard O. Moulton has
dono for Katibt. Job and xonio of
Shnkespearo's plajs, produced nn In
terpictatlvo recital . . , and making
the whole evening a delicate plea for
social purity nnd that without preach
ing 0110 word."
From Ilov. It. J. Campbell, pastor
City Temple Church, London, Eng
land: It was n masterpiece.
And writes 'Itev. H. I). Luiio of tho
I'reo Church Council, Umdon, lig.:
"I have never heard anything to sur
Patronesses for the Adam Bedo
evening will be announced later, nlso
tho music accmnpanjlng tho Interpre
tative dramatization. The Central
committer, or tho Anti-Tuberculosis
League will receive 11 portion of the
Tickets will bo on sale by Bcrgslrnm
M111I0 Co. tonioriow. The prices nro
$1, 75c, 50. Balcony nt 60 cents to
GYMNASTIC CORPS IS
PLANNED F0RY.M.C. A!
The Honolulu Y. M n A u nlnn.
llllli: a UVlliniHhini tenrliorn' fnruo
'vvltn a view to training men to take
emugu 01 K)iiiuisium classes 111 tho
Y. M. C. A. and Boys' clubs through
out the Hawaiian Islands. All those
Joining will lie Instructed nlong cur
lain lines so as to Insure of their spec
ializing In this work. They will 00
Instructed In ph) Biology nnd anatomy,
h)Blcno tlrut aid to tho Injured, und
These classes will meet onco a
week. Those who nre admitted to the
teachers' corps will receive n single
shoulder Btrap, and when they bo
conic qualified gymnastic leaders they
will be entitled to wear Loth shoulder
Ptraps. Those who become extra ef
ficient Will tin minnllitnil linnn,i,. I...
Btructora and bo given a certificate
List it with us. We have
some very (rood realty propo
sitions to offer you.
Come in and see us.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
FERN PARK FOR
Kalihi Playground Will
Work For Much
Tern Park, a now tract of consider-
abb aiea now being laid out for rec
reation puriioses In Kullhl, Is believed
will work for much good In that par
ticular district In (hut tho park will,
servo to uiiraci a jouiniui aim uuisi
cioug delegation of boys who have
heretofore thronged the streets or tho
neighborhood and mado life a burden
to leslilenls there by nolso of shout
ing nnd playing of gamei.
"In threo months time, I will Ven
tura to predict that the new Fern
Park will equal in beauty and In ap
pearance that of Maklkl, which Is now
conbeded as ono of tho prettiest
breathing spots In Honolulu," declared
Supervisor Qulnn this morning.
"Tho City and County lload Com
mittee proKse to make the Kalihi
park sufficiently attractive to draw the
joungsters from tho streets. Those
lads must have some placo where they
can go and play ball or other outdoor
games. They aro 11 nuisance on tho
city streets In that district and the
Iiollce have had Innumerable com
plaints from residents there. When
you run them off the streets where
are they to go?
"Tho road committee has had n
gang of men ut work at Kern Park
for a number of weeks. Trees nro
being planted. .The square hns been
elenned up nnd n largo playground Is
now prepurcd which will be of suffi
cient size to accommodato the young
of that growing district.
"Tlio small amount Bot nsldo undor
the present appropriation for tho mien.
ink iiuu 1110 maintenance or parkB, Is
In my mind well Biient and will nrovo
a iniguiy goon investment. '
i IUAYS CABLE
A private cable'that has been re
ceived from Washington states tint
tho appointment of A. O. M. llohert
boii to tho vacancy on the Pederul
bench Is a "certainty nnd that he
will bo confirmed without delay by
1 no Heu.tto,
ItoUeitum himself has not re
celvcd any further Information on
the subj'jjt, and so stated this morn
tug (Jovomor l'rear also bald that
hu hud not recoived nny further In
foi nuitlon on the Judicial vacancies,
Teriltorlul 01 1'edoral,
Till! SKA-OOINO TUa Intrepid
,.,,, inuuauij iuivu ilia iimui ituu
bark Nuuanu in tow tomorrow and
,.,.,.. ,..., ...., . ,-. n .,-,...
will piobably take the American
convnv thiir ipttKftl in tfnnnnnnll
Niiuanu will tako on a large shin
ineut of sugai destined for the .
1 untie, coast of the United males
TIIAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and Its vtsious prcp-
arallons, all of which aro narcotic, Is well known. Even lathe Smallest
doses, If continued, these opiates causo changes In the function and growth of
the cells, which are likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In, later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a result ot dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy. Tho rule among
physicians is that children should never receive opiates in tho smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, and only then It unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not be a party to It. Children who are ill need tho attention
of a physician, and It is nothing less than acrlnie to doso them willfully with nar
cotics. Castorla contains no narcotics if It bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Physicians' Recommend Castorla.
-1 oar preparation Known ucanonai Dart nrra
tot rri In chlldftn't complaint, and I hare found
aolblsf better." Jouv J. Lsrra, M. D ,
For Mitml reail I recommended jour Caatorla'
and ahall alwaje conUnne to do , u It ha Inta
riably peodaced benefkuU roenhi."
Xowia F. f inpai, MP , New Tork City.
"Toil Caatortt It s merltorloni bocaehold
remedy. II U partly vegetable tod act tt t, mild
ctUianle. Abort alt, It doc no lurm, which la
moit than can be tald of Iht jroat majority cf chil
dren' rtmedUe." 1 .
Viotos H. Otmut, H. D., Omaha, Neb
Children Cry for
In. Use For Over 30 Years.
CACKLERS ARE BEING I
JUDGED AT ARMORY
Tho fifth annual poultry show
will certnlnly be a fecurd-brenker,
judging from tho rows ot well-llllcd
coops which occupy the whole of tho
lloor space of the N. O. 11. Armory
on Miller sticet. When seen this
morning In his temporary office nt,
the armory, J. J. Qieon, rccrc'lnry of
tne poultry show association, salu
that there weiu alrrady tonio 350 1
birds cooped, und more weielexpect
ed duiliiR the euuise of the day. , j
11. C. I'orter Is busy ludiiliiir the
birds ulieudy cooped, und n large1
stall ot eleotilrlans are engaged In
putting lu sixteen additional elec
tric u rv llgh'ts, so that patrons of
tho show, which opens tomorrow at
noon, will huvu nil opportunity of
viewing tho birds until , o'clock
Amongst tho 200 fowls temporar
ily domiciled at the armory are some
mngullicent and taie specimens. The
sliamo, black-red shamo and com
mon varletj of these Japanese game
birds nre perfect beauties. The
white nnd black mlnorcas, the blue
andelti8luns and the silver grey
dorklngs are perhaps the finest on
exhibition at present.
in addition to these there are but!
Orpingtons, leghoin game cross, pit
game cocks, white Chinese silkies,
black-breasted red Malays, Cornish
Indians, white orpingtons, black
breasted red game, of the old Eng
lish variety; buff leghorns, brown
leghorns, dark Ilrahmas, Ithodo Is
land white, Rhode iBland red, part
ridge wjaudotte, huff wyandotte,
buff Pdymouth Hocks, white Ply
mouth Hocks, and barred PI mouth
Amongst the ninety pigeons al
ready cooped, the following-named
species are to bo seen: White pout-
January E, 1910.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co , Ltd ,
Agents, Coutlnental Casualty Co.,
Gentlemen: I own receipt of
your check for Three Hundred and
Tweuty-flvo (325.00) Dollars In
full settlement of my claim against
tho Continental Casualty Company
under Accident Policy No. 717170,
or which I beg to thank you. I
wish to tako this opportunity of ex
pressing my appreciation of the vory
satisfactory manner In which this
claim has been adjusted.
Again thanking jou, I remain,
yours very truly,
FRANK O. DOVER.
The above letter refers to a set
tlement made on account of nn ac
cident occurring only two days after
the policy was Issued, there being
Clght weeks' totrl disability. .$200
Additional hospital Indemnity
for two weeks r, , 25
Additional Indemnity for oper
ation by Inpniotoniy J00
The policy Issued was tho New
j .. ...v, ......
Perfection Policy of tho Continental
I Caunaltv fn.
I Casualty Co.
Henry Waterhouse Trust
TyT-' guarantees ffcnulao
f -Xc7Z7&c4i4C Castorla
1 "I piMcnMa your Cutorlm In man cairi
anil lata alwtjt found It an efficient and ipwil
remedy." A. T. Pima, M. D., fit. Louie, Mo.
' 1 hare need vcmr Caatori la my own boatehold
vildicood rcmlli, end hare adtltcd tevertl patient
to nit It lot It mild, laiatlrt effect end freedom
from harm." Edwihd ruuuiR, IT. D ,
Brooklyn, N. T,
"TncrCttlorla hold the eateem of tho medical
profetilon lu manner held by no other proprietary
pri paratlou. It la lore and reliable medicine for
Infanta and chl'drrn. la fact It I the snlTertat
hoaaebold remedy for InfantUe ailment.'
i. A. rutin, II, D., Kaneae City, Ko.
crs, colored pouters, white fantatls,
lien-runt cross, splashed homer, light
pled homer, buff Jacobin, chocolate
homer, black Kngllsh carrier, brown
fnutall, blue pled homer, silver bluu
homer, black homer, ctuctuerctl
homer, brown Jacobin, carneaux,
black fantnll, red nnd jellow car
neaux, blue burred homer, brown
tumbler, blue dragon, brown turblt,
blown magpie, black barb, white
barb, light blue runt, dark blue runt,
blue runt, silver runt, blue swallow,
white Maltese, archangel, silver don
runt und bronze runt.
In all there are sonic seventy cages
of pigeons, nnd over 200 cages of
fowl 8. Tho exhibition will be for
mally opened to the public tomorrow
ut noon, and the public will have an
opportunity of seeing the bluls each
night until o'clock.
PERRY DAVI3' PAINKILLER
Si.mmer complaint, hourl tioubln,
clumps ha no tenors In tho house
hold whero this dependable medlclno
is kept uu hand. 25c, 35c und 50c but
tles. Buy join wood nnd coil from Ho
nolulu Construction & Drnjing Co.
and you will Ret the greatest satlsfac
lion. Phono 281. OHlce, Fort street
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
fR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREJM OK MAGICAL, BEAUTIHER
fUtiftvtt Tad. rtrtibMC
tiwll, Blld MlB l'lM-WIt,
tiaj t tJVVIJ UfTIMeal
IO bfAUtf Nktlilv
LMtUMHl I tit tflll
of i vtari, nan
I to btnu!-M wt
tut It l Ltiurt I
It properly main
frit ot aliiBlai
tituar. Dr. L. .
fcarr iJ to
Iftilr of tilt huU
ton ( inuiron;
will ( th j.
V i rteurnmtiid
(JnMriiitir rrrNtn'ii tbcVwt tiarmful 0C4U l
kin brrrriiop f r l y U amgint nd J iner
Uoutli iftlc la ib United HUiu, Cud ia4 Curopt
tBD.T.HafllllPrf,.3liiulJ;r.M Sited lr.tr'
We have recently opened up
a new line of Mission Style
Chafing Dishes with euonized
handles and stands.
Artistic, harmonious and
rich in design.
Just the thing to keep your
house in readiness for chance
H. L Wichman
f2L Ti Mj
S VI 7
1 eh eating flguri) of the phllan-ul!iks7"
Foit and Merchant Streets
' BULLETIN'ADS pay
u)., ua.. agenis
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v ,1'fck ', ilki"" ' kin ktj, ; ' ,5