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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT.. THURSDAY, OCT. C. 1910.
DAILY 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 each week.
MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wnllnce R. Fnrrlnijton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
HOMES FOR SALE
1 Palama, small house and
lot $ COO
2 Palama, houtc and lot.... 000
3 Kaimuki. house and lot. . 1200
4 Kalihi, house and lot.... 1800
5 Kaimuki, house and lot.. 2000
0 Kat'muki, house and lot.? 2200
7 Makiki, house and lot. . 2700'
8 Matlock Avenue, house and
lot , 2900
Per Month, an)where In US 78
PnUuiiltr, mjwhei.lnUS..... 3,uu
P Vw, nv litre In OS H.oo
fl Veil, )Krtl.aiJ, foreign 13. uo
ret Si Monut O .no
Ter Ye.r, inywbetc In U S. .. .. I.oo
Per Yeir inrwhcrc n Canidt... I. Ho
Per Yttr pfttpald. foreign 3.m
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-- 1 Editorial Rooms,
1 I. Business Office,
entered at the fottofflce at HoDolola
m iecondltS9 natter.
.OCTOBER G. 1910
Thrones crjishcd to earth do not
rise again l'ortugnl Is undoubtedly
destined to become one of tho repub
lics of Europe Under tills form of
go eminent the progressho spirit of
tho I'ortuguese should gain full sway
and rcatoro tho lost prestige of tlio
nation In tho world's politics
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc. "
A. F. Jtitltl,
A. S. Kalciopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanotilu,
E. A. C. Long,
A. Q. Marcallino,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Correa,
S. K. Mahoc.
John C. Lane
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoe C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwicjht,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K Simerson.
Waialua Oscar ,Cox.,
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Jlaone.
Cheering neMs from the bedside of
Senator Ii rollctto Is n sourco of
tomfort to thousands of Americans
Tills man has done a great work for
his country, nnd let us hopo that the
surgeons hate put him In such shapo
that ho will bo nblo tn tnkc up tho
battle for tho people with renewed
energy. Tho country Is likely to need
him, tor the Presidency In the not far
Japan continues to get her share of
I law alls business with foreign na-
lions Of our t2,R",2,74S of trado with
foreign nations for the socn months
ending with July, 11,100,741 was with
Japan This was an Increase of near
ly ninety thousnnd dollars over the
same period Inst jear Despite the
claim that our Japaneso population Is
steadily decreasing, through returns
to Japan, the purchasing power of
those remaining lins Increased.
SAVE DOLLARS BY
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Your choice of two proper
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The grandeur of life may come
through its combats, but its sweet
ness comes through the cheery portal
of content. Robert Collyer.
Millions fur Hawaii nro what Ku-
hlo has obtained Why should the
, pioplo exchange u Million Getter for
OUR AUTOMOBILE BILL.
Hawaii has set n pace In tho pur
chase of automobiles that probably
cannot bo equaled by any community
of the samo population In the United
States. Honolulu residents frequent
ly comment on the remarkable In
crease as slidwp by the ofllcl.il num
bering of automobiles that Is now ap
proaching the six hundred mark.
Kien more Impressive than tho
new machines one sees on the
streets -nro the figures furnished
by the Federal statisticians who keep
track of our total Imports of mer
chandise from tho mainland
Kor the seven months ending with
July, Hawaii's Imports of automobiles
Increased from S2!U,931 In 11109 to
143l,rGS In 1910. For tho same per
iod in 11)08 the purchases amounted
"Tim rato of -nearly one hundred per
contjK-ulBo noted In the total for th
month of July. Kor July WO!) our
automobile purchases amounted to
$18,298; for July 1910, the purchases
This record Is to some extent an
Indication of tho great prosperity en
Joyed In'tud Islands, but we have also
to remember that the automobile Is
no longer classed ns a luxury In tho
general business of the community.
Meri of means and some without
means drhe luxurious motor cars,
but In the every day business life of
tho city nnd tho Islands nt inrgo tho
auto Is a necessity. It nils tho trans
portation gap while tho people aro
waiting for tho railroads. '
HAS ANNIHILATED TIME AND
Chairman Tawncy, of tho Committee
on Appropriations, was strongly op
posed to the application of nny of
those funds for the benellt of Hawaii.
Hut, through the personal appeuls
and influence of the Delegate, his
friends defeated Chairman Tawney
and Hawaii got the benefit of n share
of those I'ederal appropriations that
had hitherto been used only on the
mainland. Tnwney, who was then
defeated, has since been defeated for
renominatlon as u member of Con
gross, nt his own home. Delegate Kti
lito, on tho other hand, will bo re
elected to another term In Congress
by a larger majority than he has ecr
HOW HE WORKED
llaso jour sugar stock lincstmonls
on thrco-und-ono-hnlf-cent sugar and
you can't go far wrong for tho com
"Nothing doing" Is tho sign Doss
iMcX'andlcss would find hung out nt
itho V)ilto House, f ho wero sent ns
tin Democratic Delegnto to Congress.
The list of iictnmpllsliiiients Hint
Delegate Kuliln has to his credit Is
not equaled by nil voting member of
'(tho United Stales Congress He can
keep up tho good woik If returned to
1 1 Congress.
Delegnto Kuhlo was In Knu looking
aftcr the business of tho people nt
iio tlmo Doss McCnndlcsB wns In
Washington talking about a land bill
'thutTVtn tlio Democrats on the Ter
ritorial Committee refused In accept.
I'robnhly Hohs MiCandless will tell
fJ-ttlio people that they linvii no need for
tho government scheme for inarket-
Miik farm products nil they liavo tn
'..' . . ... ..... ..... -... .....,...
00.13 oenu in mm, uui auer election
twill be dltteront.
(Continued from Pace 1)
credit for the Insertion In tho Amend
ed Organic Act of the paragraph re
lating to twenty-flvo or more porsons
applying for homesteads Ho is til
ing hard to gat boiuo credit some
where. Hut tho facts urn that the
clause was adopted when the hill was
ln"tlio hands of tho sub-committee of
tho House of Representatives, such
sub-commltteo consisting of four Re
publicans and two Democrats. Tho
four Republicans went Into cnucus
with Delegate Kuhlo present These
Itopubllcniis framed and adopted that
clausu relating to homesteads when
thero was not ono Democrat present
Utter, when tho full committee mot,
the Democrats conceded Hint it was n
good tiling, approved nnd voted for It.
Hut it originated with nnd wns pre
pared by Delegate Kuhlo nnd the Re
publicans CII.IIHSIIX TAN.NKV OlKIICOUi:.
It Is Interesting to know how Ha
waii secured tho Federal appioprla-
tlons for Soils, Survey and Irrigation.
(Continued from Page 1)
bor (for preliminary sur
ey) Lighthouses, Kllnuea I'olnt
And Improvements id
other lights ,
Members dt Legislature
Increase of pay from $100
to IG00 each. Total
County of Hawaii,
rirst contract -Irtn.ooo
Second contrnct ........ 200,000
A good Fountain Pen
makes writing a
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plete line of
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Every Pen Guaranteed
H. F. Wichman
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Lighthouses. (Improvements nnd ni-
prnprlntlnns In sight for largo light
nt cast point of K'linn.
County of Oahu.
Mllllnrv Defenses ,.$ 3,750.00.)
Naval Defenses (Including
l'earl Harbor nnd Di-
Federal Dnlldlng nnd Site. l.TiO.flflO
Dredging Honolulu Harbor, 1,150 nno
Light houses Mnknpiiu
Light , 00,000
Honolulu Harbor Light.. .10,000
llango & Harbor Llghtit.. 10,000
Immigration Station Ilulld-
lugs :. -10,000
Quaiantlno Sfntlnii Dulld-
Ings nnd Wharf 223 000
Muilno Darr.icks IS',000
For Whole Territory,
Lighthouse Tender $ 175,000
Hxpcnses of I.eglslntuic.
Moloknl. Dncteilohiglcal Sta
tion Moloknl. Dactcilologlcal Sta
tion luntntcnanco J early.
Tolnl redoral appropriations sccur-
cd by Delegnto Kuhlo during Ills throo
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
MAKIKI DISTRICT, KEWAL0
STREET Desirable Building
lot, 100 by 225. Price... .$3500
WAIKIKI BEACH Lots with
GO feet frontage. Two or
three left at $7500
KAIMUKI On 3rd Avenue,
New Bungalow on the instal- '
ment plan nt $3250
Girls' Coats, in cloth and waterproof, at $1.75, $2.50,
$3.50, to $7.50
Women's Rubberized Coats, $9.50, $12.50, $15.50,
Silk Petticoats guaranteed, $3.95, $4.50 to $6.50
Lingerie Dresses, $3.50, $4.50, $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50
$10.50, to .$50
$2.50 values in White Under Skirts, $1.50
Pure Silk Hose, deep garter top, lisle feet, 65c pair
Ready-Made Sheets, full size, 65c, 75c, 90c
Pillow Slips, 42x36, fine quality, $1.50 dozen' r", ?
$1.00 value in Table Damaski 68 in. wide, 65c"; ' i !
Drawn Work Tea Cloths, worth $2.50, at $1.25
Another Case of the Bargains in Hand Bags, $1 to$6.50
35c quality in Arnold's Dotted Swiss Dress Goods, 20c.
Table Napkins, 22x22, at $1.50 dozen
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, box, 6 for 15c
75c quality in Fine Lisle Hose, all colors, 6 pairs $2.50
Lace Lisle Hose, 8V2 to 10, worth 20c, at 10c pair
75c value in Silks, all colors, 372C ,
French Silks, regular $1:75 values, lots of colors, 95c yd
Rub Dry Towels, 50c, 75c and $1.00 , . ""'; ' l
LACES ! LACES !
Thousands of pieces of New Laces, trimmings,
and A Hovers at Special Prices this week positiye
bargains every yard we are showing. Our Lace Dfe- -:
partment is kept busy all the time, because the prices
we are selling Laces for during this Sale is far below
OUR GUARANTEE ALWAYS STANDS GOOD
viz: " Money returned if not well satisfied "
terms In Congress:
Total 1 5,528.000
This la nt tho rato of ?2.G00,(i00 a
j car, moio than doulilo llio amount
Hint tlio Tcirllory nas in tlio Ted
(ral Government In Customs Du'les
and Internal Hoenuo '
Included In Oaliu appropriations
aro all llio nrmy and nny, Immigra
tion and nuarnntlno cxpendltmoi
which ienll belong to tho wlinlo Tci-
Tor tlio hentnt of tho whole terri
tory may piopeil) rbo Included tho
nillltniy nnd nnvnj dofeiscs, Immigra
tion, nil iran(lno nnd lighthouse woik,
harlioi appropilatlons, iiiniluo hnspltnl
i-eivlro nnd Inei cased sain) lea fur
gorrnnr, sicrotniy, Judges ns well as
tho appropriations foi llio legislature,
again upsetting the Mnlmka slta
plans, to which noth ho nnd Kuhlo
appear to bo firmly bound by the)
temis of their "hurry, up" cables and
letteis to Vashington in which
piompt nitlon for tho leondemnntlon
of tho l'ort street property was
3IVTTKII or si:x.
U ort and Merchant 8treti 2s-
truth to it man U what ho
To u woman 'tis what sho bellexes;
And that's tho reason, let us suppose,
Why oft a woman lierholf doccluis
.SI I I.I, l!.N.SMi:itKl.
' I.IIUh Willie "Say, pat"
l'a "Well, what Is It, my sou?"
I.lttlo Willie "If uugols .fear tn
tread whero fools rush In, whyidon't
tbey uso their wings?"
(Continueil from Pace 1)
llttlo moio than tho present Mnhukn
site, eicluslvo of tho 1'oit street
holdings, would realize nt sale.
This, tho Governor stilted, would
lcao the $"..'0,000 that hns been ap
pioprlatcd for tho enlargement of thi)
lite, by tho acquisition of tho Toil
stieet land, practically untouched
and nmKu it avallablo liorhaps for
increasing tho building appropria
Whon nsKed if ho worn fnorablo
to tho plan, (Unci nor I'rcar stated
that ho has nluns beon for tho Ma
huk.i site, but. that if public senti
ment was fnvorablo to tlio plan as
outlined ho was willing' to ndhcro to
any prepondoiatlne cxpicsslon of
public opinion that might bo made,
When nsl.ed what courso might be
adopted lo secure an opinion on the
pint of tho public ho btated that
perhaps a meeting of tho commer
cial bodies was tho only method by.
which n icsult (ould be nirived nt.
i fiinernnr 1'ieur rerused t,o lomnilt
filniiclf 'na to tho advisability of
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