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r.VKNlNO HMLI.RTIN, HONOLULU, T 1!. MOMMY, NOV. Sit, 11' 10.
JE V B PTCNG BU L LT3TIN
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 OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wniliico H. Purrlnaton, - FUJltor
StfBSOIUPTION KATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Cily Properly1 for Sale '
Let Us Adviso You
About Your Holiday Advertising
H2 feet by :C"i feet 36,7A(I squat
fret or land. Largo till 1; ImltilliiK
mi property. Piiiporly; Is near tn
icnlor of tiiwn. .
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fhe Chas. R. Frazier G.d;,.j
i 132 South Kimr Street .'' '
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
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Never be disconnscl because good
111 iirs Ret en so tlnvly heicj cuter
into (l'c sublime patience of the
LcrJ. Oca-RC MacDonalil.
ri'litlui ic.idois it 1" ame win
now ho taking to oduiiilloli 111 the
rulcj of the prUe rli g.
Tli" Hepiibllonn County Cumnilt-
li'o bus taken the right stand. Go
ahead with tho work.
Kill Ihc nitisqulto thruo hundred
p-iil H.tv-lc dnvs of tho scar, u ml
Hundred - Thousand Honolulu will
icon bo-ii reality.
Tlmish sugar dues go to bedrock
and (hull some, tho uiUfortuncs (if
nnu Indi'stry eaii nu longer hrlug
piogroiElvo Honolulu In a standstill
The church that would not per
form the Isi'l burial rites for Count
'. iFtol Is lii bit pitied. Thn toast
worried about It would bo Tolstoi.
Tuach nil children of Hawaii the
dignity 'f labor and ou won't hac
to woiry iibout the status of our fit
tuic eltlzcns or our future labor
rindoninutlun proceedings for tho
Mahuk.i site will have tint all-lni-portiuit
result of cstahllihlng piup-
erty values In tho present business
renter of llli) town. The tax in
icsor cut govern himself uc ord.
ltciuliliriiiix would lie iiihjcct to
J u it orltlclt.n If (hey 'fal'.cd to make
a ron'rst of tho c ettlon on the lo
on) of the Kakaako precinct. Klcc
Hon laws might as well be put aside
rntlicly, If ea h precinct booth Ik to
lo run t' vu.'t tho crowd and tcgurd
lera uf thy law.
Cnlled Stated Senator Lodge will
'laiiioiut tho Aiuerlcaii people If
ho does not ghc Ma opponents all
tbo war thuy want. Tliu clfete Hast
needs a llrht-clas uliaklng up to de
termine whether It Is ilc.nl or mere
ly titrrplng on matters hearing on
So far ai! Kruwu, no sellout oppo
tltlon lias developed to the ice Ice
Hon of llcprcsuntatlvo Ilclatcln an
L'poikvr. Membura of tho Anclont,
Crdcr of Mutt.app-iir to bu endors
ing a onitaluty K) that the Mutts
in.iy claim a great political victory.
It Ij ever thus
All II ti I 1 b t i n rc.iilern Interest
el In r.ug:ir hhnuld eireftilly study
tho llgures on cut or tugar lirodue
tlou riniii the Wlilclt & Gray sugar
Joiirii.il, published In unuther ml
limn. This shows that the price of
beet tugar now piewilllng Is prae
(leu! y the cost of pioluctlcn. The
ji.cun'ct that prl es will gi lower for
'uny c.iteii'Jel pe, bu! is slight.
ROYAL EXILE HAVEN.
With cullro luip.irtlallty England
opena It 3 hospitable doors to royal
. uxlh'3 mid fugltho republicans from
nbronil who'a'plro to free their native
laud from the lulo of king. It was
to Ilritlsli territory that Iouls I'lill
Ippo lied after tho revolution of 1818
It wii9 on Ilritlsli mil that four years
later niatjy of tho fioncli rcpiibll
runs, ll!o Louis lll.me mid Victor
llu.ci), tool: refugs after tho roup
d'elnt of Napoleon III. It was to ling'
laud that Xnpo'eou III went after tho
conprd of the. empire.' Tliero the
Dnko of Orloaus, e'nlinant to tho
Trench tliinne. Is spending his days
In peace and freedom.
Now that loung .Manuel pt Por
tugal hu3 lake'i up his resldonro un
der tho roof of his biinlsheil French
undo tio coluny of kings In oillo has
received Its laf-st recruit. If a sim
ilar uprising of the people ever drives
Alfoiiru from Madrid, hl3 natural as
ylum will lie In England, tho home
of his v. Ifo.
At Furnbrjrougli, Kugenle, once 13m
piP?R or rrnnee, for iilmnM forty
yearn hns berji dragging out her
drrnry widowhood, a ahnwody llgure
of the' p.i;.t to the spectators of tho
European punumnm. Uefore Manuel
i.y-'nirf r "!
Office - 25tt.
Entered it ih FostonV i H.'tMiiilu
u iccuitJ elms matter
NOVEMBER 21, 1910
was cpel'ed fioiu I'ortugat his light
to the rioivn wa dlsput'd by Don
Miguel, I Hike of lliagaiiKii, whoru hclrj
and namusake hat mended his for
'uiien b.i fastening his title upon an
AtucNcuii hell ess Aurtrla bus olTord
od shelter to the I'ol tilgilen' pietend
er of the house of Itiagaiiza as It has
to Don Carlos, the Iloiirbon claim
nit to Alfotiro's thione at Madrid.
Not (o be an exile hut n prisoner
'n n palace at Snlonlca Is the fate
tlio Young Turks prepared for Almul
Uamld when they deposed hlui In fa
vor of Mohammed .V. In Morocco,
'') grace of tho desert tribesmen,
Muley Ilalld has changed tho rolo of
bdul Aziz from that uf Sullail to
pielcndur and icier ed the conditions
In 1.1s own faicr.
I'rodlgnt as It' Is ti lis own royal
exiles, Trance keeps under surveil
lance In Algeria Itanavalon.i, tho for
mrr (Jueen of Madagascar; whom tho
fjovcrnmciit penults at long Intervals
'o vlBlt Pari to studv the faslilons
I'eifect freedom but on ieiisloii tllo
Federal govcrnnicnt uecords (lueen
l.llliiokaliinl, who Is pHnsloned by her
own people, while the Sultan of Hutu
titular dignity nrd pay without pow
ar nro the rcivnrds of foreign tov
erelgnty MORE CIVIC PATRIOTISM,
Honolulu Is not tho only rliy of tho
-nuntry nor Is Hawaii the only di
vision of tho United Stntoj that has
Our people mo prone to lay stiess
on tl.o fact that wo lave the Ori
ental problem In n peculiar form, and
Indeed we do. Hut there tiro other
"Itles where the Oilcntnl of the Near
Hast Is almost us much of a factor
is o'tr Oriental of the Tar laW.
There nro iwuin portions of tho
3lty of Now York whero Hebrows or
iginating In the Near liist form the
cuter for as bitter politics and the
snir.o unhappy racial 'piojudlces that
we have hero.
C'unsf ipiently such a broad minded
man us tho Itev. Stephen 1) Wise of
tho Tree Synagogue of Now Yoik city
s In u position to speak most vvliolo-
40U10 truths and glvp advice that
comes tcmpeicd Willi piactluil ex
pel lence In vi oik among every race
,ind nationality that mako up tho cos
mopolitan population of tho great me
tropolis. Dr. Vlsn In one of his lucent lec
tures hearing ou tho political llfo of
the country mys that what wo need , ?
Is civic religion or, better styled, civic
This Is not to be taken, the speaker
continued, In spniNinodlc or ocrns-
'nnal doses, mid we M.ould allow It to
'lold full sway with its at all 'times.
Religious nrdor mid the enthusiasm
that an appioHchlng election alousea
nro fonmUnios matters of bilcf dura-1
"Ion, and me superceded by something
oUo, but In Ibe matter of civic ie-
llgion It Is Impossible lo tire ot It, '
becauso It Is too povvcifill. Politics,
contrary tn tho general Impression,
does not necessarily lu'ln character,
lint a lark nf character mining men
Is what has ruined politics In cininl
les Iutau(-r. We huvo woll kmivvn'
examples of men who hnvo entered
political life and have not only kept
tin Ir own hands clean and white, but
who huvo helped to clean tho haiidn
of others. Tho man whote bands air
soiled In this buslliojs b tho lmiii
who win corrupt at tho beginning.
S'o cannot have clean polities un
loss we put away certain well known
tendencies, Dr. Wlsn romarkeil, ilnd
In this condition named rarl.il group
lugs mid tenet, boss rulo ns among
there things wo should seek to avoid.
In respect lo theso indal groups of
ten lofcrrnd to, vvhoio u Jew, for ex
ample, will favor a Jew becauso ho '
Is of tho Mime nationality in hllurolf.
wo should reck 'o chnngi this com
(Ion to that whcio that man will be
supported becauso he la lie Ir veil to
merit lhe'o(llre nnij If elected, will,
lodeet honor upon Iho'n who pbred
him In nlllco. ' I
Tho real trallor In Ameilea Ifiday,
lUe - icuUcr-usbertcdi la not the uiati
Trent Trust Co., Xttd.
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A FLASH AND YOUR MESSAOE IS
THERE IF YOU USE THE
who gives awny tonio Importaut se
cret In a moment of madness, but Is
the man who Is debauching tho elec
torate of the countiy, mid this char
acter of men we should put 'down.
Now political machinery Is not bo
much needed us nil awakened public
iimsclence. ' Vo need a renalsratice
of Ameilean patriotism.
Tho United Stales of America Is not
great lec.iuso uf Its ninety million
population, nor because of Its wide
area, but in a word, for reason ot tho
civic lo'.lglon ur patriotism that dom
inates n great many of Its people.
And our effort at all times should bo
to Fceure for ourselves, our country
mid nil things com.ected with in that
bigness that comes from within.
Kusidu, with its unlimited domains,
untitles lteil voKimrops. !i:w novel'!
been able to compare with Kug'iitul
lmghind Is not big a'Toi'illug to the
general meaning or the woid, biu ha.,
always, hlncn the beginning of Its his
tory, been consldeicd gte.it. Holland
i.i small In men too, but It hai ever
had in I' the germs of gicatnctn.
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can scenic a. nice homo
in KAIMUKI at n discount uf 10..
on iis uctaal cost; owing to the fatt
tliat tuc'ownsr lins ltft the coun'.ry
and ivklicj w to make a iuick s'alc.
Cash' ur instalments. Particulars at
Wc have aho a
rpj.T JNP flERCHAHT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
1 1 ; I 'Win Jy? v?w.ir.s I ; I
A full Display of
P.tsbing leforenco wuti made to, the
suuill places of Jtidoa and 1 it t lo
Oreeee, mid' to tho great piodtietlons
they Imvo'iiudo to Progrons and to tbo
world'and u letuo.i wits ill awn
from along tl.o IIi'.oj oi t..
Hnvvnll will Leenn.o gieat If Its peo
ple prow that they nro piomptcd by
Ideals of civic piittlotlnmj that they
consider only "o'liiiaeter, and lo.ist of
nil the incc or natloaa'ity of a good
Avoid Xtwu Sasli
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. Kinp; Street
$2000 bargain on
Collector Stackablc Appoinls
New Deputy and Also
Theiu has been unullier tlrikaup
v.l hl:i Hie tt uu liitlldlug uceiipled hi
the licit cintoiiiH Iioiho, but Ihlstlmo
It tiieaiiH tint boveral joiing men u.i
d Y tho Jurisdiction or Coll:clor
Star'd.ili'o.luvu itcclUil well merited
lirogr.etlou In the lauka of the hci-
The collector ctiti''Uticcil this moiii-
lilg that ho hid appointed It. J. Tay
lor to Iho olllce of lloputv Collector
Of Customs lllll ItO.lldlllg OHIecr.l
Tu.vli- Is in" of (he o'd eiuploveci'oii November 2 at the olll e of Mujori1""1 l,r,"k Mr. Low.
lonneetcd with tho customs who to-
in ilin-d with Iho drpirtincir at th'J
time that It wai taken over by tlio
Tn"e Slates government Immediate-1
' ly rdlowliv; the auiicxati'in rt the ll.i-
; 'en lilandv.
l Teylo- Ins a lir:
;o e!ie!o of friends
In business mil Uilpplng elides of
l oil uim will Iiihioii iii I'liiicuiiii
lo etj wiiii will hasieu to eougiiitil
lit- lilin upon hlu clcvillon In thu
An caniljiatlon of applicants lint
has b-en under way at the customs
coneluleil uu last Saturday, iiu.l
T"U U ll,uri) '"" " Mm'"r "f'tjan v eliannel. 1X1-2 cents zoaidi
f,1'.," . . ,ll"",,,,.11tn,cnl mtUr. lh': north h.tibrr. Vi cents u yird.
IvII horvlce logiilntlons.
Collator Htuknhlo has given pref-
"'nro (o Iho regular riuployces In
'n lervbe inul rollnwlii'i ib's - ' li-
Ins inoni'ted .lorepli Oidensteln, n
liieiiKcngcr who (.iilerod the euiloiin
on the I'Gth if last NovenihiT In the
enpirlty of niosuMiger at a ) early
niiiprtis'itlen rf $ISU. llv Iho iiionio
t'o:i Jirt nnMuittzrl Ordeustcln Is
given n r'urk hli at SHi'O tier sou
and h" lake tho place vne.-itcil by
t,. It Melo'ros who was liausferrod
to iio r"s'llo:i of Chief of the Inspeo
tors UlvlslKi. Ordu:istelii insnod (lrs
g-ado oxnnilmlltin was third on the
j Walti r Kolh. nu eniplovco o uinoct
' oil with th" United SHtes niglneerlng
dopaitnionl iiud for ji'iinn mo.n'hs loo-
Jnled nt Ullo will b? appilntcd a day
i Inrperlor. , '
IKiuaiiuel II. Tori Tn I.i another sue
(essfiil candlda'o who having i'ised
the rrfiulrcl examination Is cl'g'blo to
i lipil'llllt11ee( ilsv lllHIKClnr. ,
I To (111 tho ollloo vacated by Iho ics-
ileiri'lo'i of (lliailiM Murray. .Iiiuios I.
Aiela tins been transfcricd fiom tho
furrn of ilsv IniuoctnrH In t ikn rhniin
of (ho wclghurs. olllco.
onto r. '
nad luwy.TE niter
j Don't Neglect
Your Fine Watch
Slun) vvaluliea 'mu ruined
tliloiigh liiek bf caiu and at.
" 'ti'iuloil, Appoint us the eaio
' takers of jour tlmepicra.
Twenty o.ira' oxpoi leneo ut
' "phiell'iil wilt' limakors ilacos
' ns In a poa.lt Ion to jjiinr.uiteo
good, honnst' vvorjf In tho ie-
' palling of lino watches.
Vo ihargo no nioro for
'nirt-eliiiH woik than jou may
'pay lor poor.
II. f. Wichriian
& Co.. Ltd.,
Part of Drcclfjiiifj of Harbor
Here Goes 10 Big
Cable tul vl es f.om Washing. on
ihli moiiilng to .Mujur K. i:. v In-
low, corps of epgn.oeis, give the
lild lor the dredging tf Hie channel
uf'llumihilti liarbor tli the Standard-
.Unci lean IJicdglrg Company of Sun
Tianclsgo.-lts-bld ocing ill 2-i cents
per culil j van!, ni.d lo tho Hawai
ian l)i edging Cu.npaiiy the contract
ur the iippjc piiitioii uf tlio liuborj
di edging, at T7 (fills pe.1 .mblc ard.
HliU on Hits mnlrail vin niiKiiiwl
Whitlow, the conditions being such ' inertlcn tovornl
that bidden mlg'it mako lendeis oiiV'".", y "torI,t''
elpier.or both Jobs.
Thu bids idako were:
Lord-Young I'ngliieurlug Company
Outrun o eliannel, 111 cents a
It fit llm I li lut t li v tv.it 1 t 'I i nulu
va'id. Hid only on both lotions'
Stiiudnril-Aiiiciliuu D.cdgtng Com
pany Hiilruiico chnnuil. .". I :: I
t.ct3 ,,.,j. 1101t!l ii.iibor.-a3 1 -10
Hawaiian 1) edging Coiipatiy Kn-'.
Moigau Dredging Company 111!
tiance thaiiuel in.il norl'i h'ui'hor, ?1
u ) aril inc'i. Hid on bath kou'.IAiis
About $33.rtfii v nval'ab'e tor tho
entrance haiind dreilgl-ig, which,
at the pilco heblllUDU'N. . N. ,N
at the prleo bid by the Standard-Amnrli-aii,
will allow the di edging
;,.,." ,,.. V JV.
,, i 1 1 1. 1 i
iiillan Dredslng Company.
1 ........ ,nln
Pin c iiiiiiiiv t'iiii jiiw'ii
about 170.000 yaids in the north'
I.. !..... I..1. ... Il.n fli.i.H. ....I.,.. 1 1 , nil I
IllllUUI J!' u1- I4IU lll.lllU rilllwIHIVU.
In hh hid.
The Standaid-Anierle n was rep.
leroiited lit the opening tif tlio bids
by SI. A. II. Conner, cue of the ill
lectniH of the ininpaiiy, and he s,tat
ed ut that litre that Ills (ompany
hail two dredges now lu Hawaii to
put (.n the woik If tho iiiutra 't was
awarded tn film, ono rf ' these
dredges row Icing opoiated Ijy tlio
llnwfllnn Di edging' Couip.iuy. mid
the ether l:i proerEg ot lourtruition
manager i f tlio
Stalidnrd-Anicrlean eoinuany. la now
In Unaoluiti siipcrlnfeiidlng thewoik
of tho compmy hero fr n rhoit
T SHIP OR JAIL FOR GOMEZ.
Antra o Gomes Hails lilnuclt In a
peculiar pnrl'lrn. Hi has been a
dweller it Iho oily Million for novel .U
d.iVs rlrugcl by tho police wlili hav-'
lig ci'ifiloyi'd ihre-its against his wifo.
Ho was arraigned on last Tlmifcdny
and Intlmntcil to .UuUn Ljincr that he
r("od leaily to hhu'io the diikt of llo
noliilu fioni his feet, ir pei milled to
slip on n-i oittipliu Moniusr. In the
mcaittlmii tho ibfcndJtit lus been
held uu lor n limrt lo keoi tho piueo
and not being abln tu cliiulale at will
along 'ho walcifiont ho has been uu
nb'o to tecuro u leilh ou a vessel
through Iho employment of "absent
Tho niiittc'' cjtue up liefnio the DIs-
liirt Court this iiioralug and Prohocn
ting A'torney Catheart ktiitod that an
;fippa:linilty would jw given (lonicr. t'
pjv against one m several deep sea
qraft pow n' the ptjrj, provided he was
accompanied by a policeman.
John Catheart has been n'cured by
tyaUcd Itulor Douthltt to deliver (he
oni'Iun n Mlks' Slemorlal borvlco,
which Ij to bo liutd'nt tho Grand Op-
cr.i,Ilo':te on Ueccmber 4. Judgo
l'.utons was atked to dollvor the or.
ajinn on that occasion, but had to ile
r(ine on nerount of not l.olug nhlo to
get nw.iy from Illlo during the first
week of, December. ,
M e e L 1 j it u 1 1 e 1 1 u $1 per, j car.hb',
rf' Hit (l
X 1'JM '
Judge Andrews Assesses At
torney. LcBiond Five
Dollars at jHilo. 1
(Hlscl.il Dili lot III UrrnsKiinliner.
IIII.O, Nov. iO. Attorney C. M.
I.ellloud was last l'rhiiy punlblieil
fur contempt bj Judgo Andrews, ift-N
T n 'lively llltle tit In tho police
I.eltloml appeared us counsel for
Tied Low, who was charged with nu
F.iult and battery i u his slstcr-tn-aw,
the wife of .lames I.o.v.
Oiicross examination I.clllom'i wan
ns'clng a witness whero tho blow
lie asked tho
lime?, mid Deputy
llecn, who was con
ducting the aso ef tho prosecution.
made an' objection.
".Mr. Lolloii'd," hiild Judgo An
druvvir, liamiiicrlnu the Judicial desk
for ciniih.iKls, "ou lan nut ask that
,J,lll"11 nn; "J010;
Lellloinl ttok offi
ffcliro at tlio inan-
nct In ivlilch the court delivered Ita
I maudnto, ntut stated that If ho wcro
not iiljowcd to e.Mimlnp tho witness
las ho deemel licit, ho would wllli-
I .1,...,,. ffi.m Iliu .'tan I'lilu lm no
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fondant was lined $:',().
After Judgment had been render,
cd, I.olUcnd anki'd what would ho
the amount of the ball bond for
inn pose ef npp"il. Iho court an
swered (hat I.ullloild had withdrawn
hum tho t'.bc, and had nothing to
do with It, Lollloiid aiiswcicd that
ilnco Judgment had been rendered, ho
was again counsel for tho defendant
for the purport- vl acting an appeal.
;ie again arked what would bo tho
()f , ,,,,
...rll(t u flJ(0il w ,.,
You nro a lawyer, anil
bo picsuiuotl to know
.. . .,
"Tho truub'o Ir," answered Lo
llloiid, "that In this eouit no ono la
presumed to know anything, except
"Do you moan that remark In con
tempt cf tho court?" asked Judgo
"I mean It la tho exact spirit In
which the coutt niado Its remark to
me." itnowero.l Lojllonil.
"Sir. Lelllriul," bald the court,
"juu will appear before this bar to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock to
fchow 'cause why ycu should not be
punished for contempt."
Lomond' told' tho court that It did
not iico.l postpone Its punishment.
sib ho was leady tu""t.iho It there and
then. Tho Judgo then lined him Uv
"I thank year Honor for jnurgon
enmity and bauato dc.illiig," said
Lollloiid poltlc'y, and tho Incident
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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Stanley Norils, who has been with
tho .Mimur.ietuior'u Shoo Company
fur route time, left on the China for
the cuiiBi. lie has accepted a Ilao V
sltto'i In Los Angeles, in which city
l.o was located lefure coming to Ho
nolulu. Slpg Cliiing, a Javeailo offender who
liuu been ana'giicd at police court
upon the chargo ot laiccny In tho nee
ond degree will ha,vo u hearing before
Judgo Whitney In (he Juvenile Court.
Tho two was transfer) cd from JudKt
Lymcr's court I his niorulng because
or Hip tendor nge of Iho 'defendant.
AV. W. Shannon, who was icccntly
re-elected by u handsome majority to
(ho olllce of Siiierlnteuilent of Statu
Prlnllng ot Callfonila, Is visiting the
city. Ifu Ij making a luuml trip on
the Siena for ii. vac.ijlon after a
Miciiuous campiilgn. sir. Slinunon la
an old Bchooliii.ito of Col, J. II. Tlsh
er Ti'ril'orl'l Auditor.
Tho hoard of ngrlenlluro nnd for
estry will meet at 2 o'clock this after
noon In tho tlirono room, riinltnl hulltl.
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