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NOVEMBER 12, 1010
IMPROVE AND ENLARGE THE BAND.
Honolulu, according to all indications, is to have this win
tor one of the best tourist seasons of its history.
The Hawaiian band is usually one ot the most attractive
features to tourists, but of late years the organization has
' lost some ot its popularity.on account ot entorced reduction
of numbers. The Citv Supervisors could do nothing in be
half of the people that would give better returns than to ap
propriate lunus mat win proviuu wr uriiiguig -uiu iiiuinuui
ship of the Hawaiian band up to the standard of a first class
military band in numbers and quality.
Since the band came under the administration of the
County it has b.een steadily reduced in numbers, accoi cling
to the information given the Bulletin.
Between January first and March first, Honolulu is to be
the center of attraction or hundreds and perhaps thou
sands of tourists. These people have all heard of the Ha
waiian band. Our own people enjoy the band when it is en
listed to its full complement.
These visitors are deserving first class music. Our own
people are entitled to have and ought to be proud in the pos
session of a band that is a notcji higher than anything that
appears before the public between Manila and Washington,
The appropriations by the Supervisors should be made
largo enough to enable Captain Berger to not only secure ad
ditional men and instruments but to train the enlarged or
ganization, so that the Shriners, and the Northwestemers,
and the Easterners and the Southerners who are coming
here this winter in droves, will bo treated to a brand' of
music that will make the Hawaiian band again the talk of
the people from one end of the country to the other.
There is rank injustice inthe fact
that the pupil who rocs out of our
elementary school today to enter in.
dustrial lit does so with absolutely
no training or development which
"i would help to open for him the door
' of opportunity. George M. Forbes,
president of the Board of Education,
Rochester. N. Y.
If Iloosevett Is knocked speechless,
one Mr. Ilarncs ot Albany Is cauck
llng In his own quiet war,
If Secretary Wood Is anything of
b prophet, the peoples of Honolulu
'should begin to prepare for the
' crowds coming here In January and
February. The "Do It Now" sign Is
One has to get n ladder this year
to reach the price of the Thanksgiv
ing turkey. He thankful that the
ladders are more plentifully distrib
uted this j ear than on former annl.
Under the promise of the Re pub
lican party, ample funds will bo
available for roads In the county
That Bhould give the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu a surplus lo spend on
the Improvement of the baud.
Mr. 1 1 row n says that the people
In Manilla are disposed to be irlt
tul of Hawaii, Is It because they
manufacture war stories over thoro
aud we refuse to agree with them
Tho ItepublUun Legislature Is
pledged definitely to make the nec
essary expense for, conducting the
public ticliools a, first chnrgo on the
revenues of the Territory. There
can be no etadlng that Issue,
Progressive Republicans will ote
to divest the Territorial Department
of Public Works ot the operations
now carried pn by an expensive de
partment, and placo the duties and
responsibilities wliero they belong
with the local governments,
Portuguese of Honolulu are In full
sympathy with a republic at home
and abroad. Had It not been for tho
Portuguese support In this section
of the world, the old Hawaiian He
public would have had n mighty poor
show, for existence.
Politicians have an Idea that the
people donjt oaro for nny more ion
tests, so they let It go at that. Hut
,If a large number of votes were rast
(Illegally in a precinct that changed
the result of the election, what's to
be gained by allowing such n de
feat of tho,,pcopIe prevail? If there
are Irregularities, tho oto for muor
of Honolulu should certainly bo can
vassed by the court.
Hawaii County supervisors should
signalize their entrance upon their
duties by voting an appropriation for
a county engineer. The mossbacks
liae been retired from tho board.
Let the newcomers present eldetices
of civilized progress.
Should the now Hoard ot Super
visors full to pavo Port street In
the shortest possible time and havo
It finished before the Floral Parade
crowd arrives, )ott will bo safo In
discounting t complete change In
the membership of the board two
Presenting legislation "through
the regular channels" nt Washing
ton means presenting bills through
the Delegate j Congress. If Mr. I
i, MtCundlKw doesn't know that
now, he Is due to learn something
If he goes to Washington to work
out some of his own Ideas, whether
the Territory Is benefited or not.
for the coast
(Continued from Pace 1)
who was busily engaged at tho time,
Chlof Yumamoto said that tho ad
nilfal, his omcers and men woru
geneiously entertained by tho local
people and their reception here will
ever bo remembered during their
He m.tdo special mention of tho
kindness of feeling extended by Ad
miral Itees ot tho offlceis of tho
Admiral Yashlrn, accompanied by
chief of staff I.leut.-Commander Yn
mitmoto, Captain Mujlma and Cap
tain Tiinaka of the Aeamn and Kit
sagl, paid their farewell calls to
(invernor W. K Krear, Admiral Cnr
wln P. Hecs, tho foreign consuls and
Y. Akal, manager of the Yokohama
Yesterday foicnoon Admiral Rees
returned his rail to Admiral Yashlio
on board tho llngshlp Asumu. When
he loft the ship, u salute of thirteen
guns was fired fiom the flagship.
The crulreis will return to Ho
nolulu about February !), next par,
remaining hero about a week, before
resuming their Journey to Japan. ,
Above Wilder Avenue
A HOME FOR SALE
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Two and four-tenth acres,
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes of the center of town,
An ideal piece of property as
to location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well planted.
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TO YOUR FRIENDS ON THE
On Sunday Morning- the Office
Is Open From 8 to 10
(Hixtlil Ilullctln, Ccrresimiul) ncc )
IIII.O, Nov. II. Frank May, tho le-
cently Imported manager of the Hllo
Steam Laundry, was yesterday ar
rested on two charges of embezzle
ment, tho amount In each enso being
less than flvo dollars. Tho warrants
were sworn to by Mr. Hiirnetto, and
the prosecution Is In the hands of Carl
Smith, though his assistant, Mr
Ilnlph, will probably represent him
when the cases como up In tho Police
Court this morning.
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. a in.
In Calendars, .
Mottoes and Prints
H.nen and .laioliscit huo taken
oer the liiiKlneiH ot tho Union Pn
illlc Tinusfer Company and will
hemernith make their headiiti.trtcis
at the new establishment ot the ex
press lompany on King street.
Ari.iiigeiiients hno been m.tdo for
new equipment, teams ami wagons
that iiui be net ennui to Improve the
service of the expici-.s wimp.uiy, and
It Is tho Intention of tho new own
eis of tho inoportv to furnish the
traveling public with u piompt, to
llable and (oiirteous s.ervke.
It.iM-n & Jatobsnu will (outluiio
their ioiiiiiiIskIoii buslncs.1, but will
drop the collcttlou agency woik,
A la man has to win It haul to Hint
an cum Job.
Real Estate for Sale
Special , Opportunity
f Sonfcone can secure a nice home
f in KAIMUKI at n discount of 10
jj' on its actual cost, owinu to the fact
','&that the owner has left the country
tRaml wishes us to make a quick sale.
r, ,'Cash or instalments. Particulars at
' ' "our office.
We have also a $2000 bargain on
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T, II.
Safin & I
(Continued from Page 1)
by Knnlitiuo In Kan was another of
tho pilr.e whl f, but very few h'ld
il.uod hupu for, Tho one sort tf ot
hi this unmeet Ion tm tho ilefeit
of .toe Piltchaid In Ilnninkiiu, who
would luixo made all excellent su
The vlitory of l'ua ns sheriff tner
Kealanul hnd Jieeii expected, but the
tremendous majority which ho loll
ed up over the oirc so itopitlnr Home
Killer hnd not been hoped for Pint
led tho ticket.
The light for tho county clerkship
w;m a clot-e one, and it Is nppiueiit
that Knl lost some ltepuhlican Mite;.
Hapni run ctiong, but was defeated
mainly by the overwhelming Nolo
which Kill gathered in nt llooken.i.
Knknc met the fate of nil Independ
ents, onlv 'possibly cumi a llltlc
wortc than is usunl.
Another O. 0. P. Victory.
One of the ninlii lctoilc was tho
election of Swnlti for ti entailer On
election il.iy ho was generally
thought to be third man. and popu
lar opinion had It Hint l.alakea. tho
ctoran Homo Ituler, would ntiiv In
his om for another two sears,
though Hlchnrdson might have a
chance The election of Swain liv
a mib.itnntl.il majority wns n big
triumph for the Republican part I
Heers' election ns tomit) iittorney
was n foregone 'inclusion, and tho
mnjoilty ho polled out demonstrates
On the other side of tho Island
things were not quite ns sntlsfnr
toiy, two Homo Huleis being elected
to Hie 1Ioum Tho main point
namely, the election of HoltUclu by
the highest otu of his group, was
howeer, a source of great satisfac
tion, uuil tho fact that Kntilho, who
seemed to be a pcipetunl evil, was
defeated, added sweetness to tho vie
The election of l!ci'kle to reprc
K'lit Koluila Ooiuplcted tho Joy of
the parts, uud the election of Koo
iiiiu for siipcrihor In ICoiin was to
some extent n Hcpubllenii lclory,
ns hu was backed by tho Republi
cans against hl Deiuocrallc oppo
nent, Kalaluaa, theio being no Itu
publican cnndldnto In tho Held.
To Inn mo'ilrcn lib llic haiiilximo lustumcs uoiu
by the ladles till season.
SATIN AND VELVET FOOTWEAR IS FASHION'S
LATEST DEMAND. THERE. ARE NO RICHER,
DAINTIER OR H.0HER-T0NED MATERIALS.
Yon will be Hurprltul nt tho i:i.i:i! NT and BX
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Price ns low us $1.
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10 1 FORT STREET
HAWAII READY TO
MANILA, Oct. 12 The Hawaiian
Hngiir Planters' Association's steam
er Hawaii has now completed repairs
ami is again leadj for nerUe
The Hawaii tan iigioiind oft the
noi th roast of tho island of HiiiilJor
on the night of September 20 while en
route from Slipiljor to Duin.igunite,
and as n result sustained u big hole on
tho bottom. Tho essel was lello.ited
after mine than n week of hard work,
the bolo was temporarily patched up
with lumber and cement, and she .
rnnui to Cebu under her own stc-ini ,
and went Into Mr. Manuel Novo's dry-
ilotk lit Opoli for 'lepalis, nlilcll lme '
now been completed.
Tho Hawaii was bought lit Hong-
Kong iccently by Mr O, A. Htctun,.
agent of Hie sugar planters, to cury
laborors rrciultcd for the Hawaiian
plantations Horn tho mitllig coast
towns to Cebu for transhipment to
Hongkong Ceeii Clirunlcfn
Pilnto Cupid, tlio Uolr-gnlq,. It Is
said, will rail n nieollng; a( t o'clock
nils afternoon at his homo at Vn!
klkl for Iho puiposo of (llseiissliig er
tliln jiolltleal matters. It Is uxpeeled
that nil tlio licpiibllcnn I' nders
Lager Supply of
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1187 ALAKEA", NEAR BERETAN1A
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Twenty yenis" expm leuce iih
ptartl ul w.it hiii ikers plaies
tu In it" pivsltlon to guHninleo
Koo I, honest woik In the ro
palilng of lino watches.
Wo clinrgu ' lit i inoro for
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