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, CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
I find the gayest castles f.n the
nir thnt v. ere ever piled far better
for comfort and for use than the
dungeons in the air that are daily
dug and tavcrncd out by grumbling,
discoiitcn cd people. A r..an should
make life and nature happier to us,
cr he had better never been born.
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Alo bo thankful that you wort- not
Lorn n turkey.
Kill tlio mosquito In 1311, and make
lit unanimous fur lluiiilto.l lho.t?and
'Honolulu In HUD.
P Honolulu's stock market la like tlio
iilay ufler Tliatiknglvlng chicken to
'day and feathers tomorrow.
J Ilrazll will furnish tlio topic for
farce comedies of tlie next generic
Next to killing tlio mosquito thu
(must Important inooincnt of the hour
la to shop early for Christmas.
1 What will the Deiuoivals do In the
' I next Congress? What Irivo they ever
done In nny Congress hoi tliey
liae had the say?
Shnkeipeare certainly iietar visited
Inwtill. Mad he done fo there woii'd
j never hao heen a won! on "tho win
'tcr of our discontent."
I It takes a dlssNintled Democrat and
in" disgruntled llepuhllcin to make
troulile In ono of the few Progressive
. (Improvement Cluhs that exists in the
,1 - - "
i One hunuVrd nml forty-al news
limy? cntcrtilned by tho Hiillntln
on Thanksgiving day can compete
with nny hoys on earth as the young
sters who had the best time.
' That r.ew (learner for the lntor-ls-mod
passengers Is another proof that
Jr.n ore evpects tho lulnnils to quit
"business I ecnttse the world"? price of
cugar promises, to be low for u sea
con. 'i Let It bo understood that the prim
Jnry purpose of the contest on tho
k mayoralty election Is to establish the
J law in nmtlcrs that have run at loose
.ends long enough. It Is to bo hoped
that none of our citizens wish nny of-
Sflclals to gain or hold their positions
as n result of the provalenco of Illegal
When tho Y. M. C. A. workers want
ed to awaken public Interest in the
endeavor to obtain a new homo, they
headed straight for tho newspapers
for nsslstnnco and thoy got It. For
tho Secretary of the Association to
nnnnunco n few months later that
what the Association docs Is nono of
1 tho newspapers' business, Is ono
'method for tho Secretary to estab-
fllnh his rating for nverago common
BriiRo nnd appreciation.
When members or representatives
I of some of the largest linns on the
, mainland emtio hero looking for nnd
. finally making Investments It would
. eociu to point to the fact that there
j urn it few "opportunities" left hero
(for local cash preferable to lending
It to tho coast to be blowed In on
t Eomo wild-cat scheme. There are
I co m 0 In Honolulu who wouhl not tuke
udvuntago of opportunity if it called
them 'ujt jr telephone, jpst becnusq
i,iinj can came irom ne.ir homo.
f T-. r,
PEANUT POLITICIANS IN , MANOA.
Thlrly-dx members of tlio Manoa
Improvement Club voted one hundred
dollars towards uu Item of expense
necessary to clcnrlng tlio political at
mosphere of the Manoa section and
thereby Eecurlug propor representa
tion for tho taxpayers of that res
One member voted against tho ap
propriation. Now comes the, undent and discred
ited organ that did Its utmost to. per-
Tci Sla Montol )t..f..O !
Ter Year, anrhttetn U.8. ., . I.imi '
Pel Year anywhere n Canada.. I.iaai
Per Veal poatpald, toltlKO. a.tw
Rutered al the PoMolhce at Honolila
aa aecondxlan matter.
NOVEMBER 25, 1910
petunto mlsrepresentittlon tu Manoa
and establish boss rttlo, and does Its
utmost to make a fuss over the ap
propriation made by tho active nnd
progressive members who have made
the Manoa Imptovciuent Club some
tlilifg worth while.
Here Is ut once seen the petty work
of tho petty and crooked politician
It Is mi effott to rouse dissension
in one or the few improvement clubs
thnt hits continued to exist nnd ac
complish results for a better and blg
And for whnt purpose Is the rum
pus made nnd the misrepresentation
Merely that discredited nnd difent
ed politicians may potslbly gain son t
benefit for themsehes.
TIIE NEWJONA LINER.
All Hawaii Is to be congratulated
on tho action of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co directors In.
ordering the construction of n now
steamer for the Konn-Kiiu sen Ice.
This passenger ship will mean much
to tho residents of Komi, but the gain
will be hardly less to tho city of Ho
nolulu and every section of tho Is
lands Interested In the development of
the tourist trafllc.
Few districts of tho Islands offer
a more pleasing cllmnte or moro beau
tiful surroundings than Konn for win
ter homes. Kona Is the only largo
section of the Territory that Is still
held for the homesteader, nnd has not
suffered from tho blight of big busi
ness assuming there Is a blight In
big business. Konn, opened up with a
first class passenger steamer, will
prove one of the most nttrnctlve
routes for travellers to the big Is
land nnd a better place to lire In.
The action of the steamship com
pany directors Is significant of tho
general progress of the Islands.
Thcso men, In constant touch with tho
tide of progress ns nlarked by In
creased passenger travel, see that the
city and the Islands have only begun
their period of vigorous growth nnd
development. To n certain extent
they are building ahead of the times
and the present demands. Hut they
aro also building to meet tho Inovlt
nble Increased trafllc of the next few
years, when the rapid growth of for
mer days will appear and be. Blow In
deed. WHAT HAPPENED TO ROOSEVELT,
For Information on what his en
emies think they have done to Theo
dore Itoosoelt one could not turn tu
n bettor source than the New York
The World doesn't llko .Roosevelt.
It opposes him on general principles,
though Jt claims to bo progressiva
us well ns Independently Democratic.
It dislikes him especially because
Itoosevelt wus thu President who
caused libel proceedings to bo brought
ugulnst Mr. 1'ulltzer on account or
what tho World published concerning
the I'anania scandal.
This is what the World had to Bay
editorially tho second day after the
election, when till the rcturiiB worn
In und verified:
The trull thnt Mr. Itoosevelt
has travelled during the last ten'
wceksan be traced by thq bat
tered wrecks of Republican hopos.
, llotween his first Western trip,
when ,110 spoke ut Cleveland on
... AiigmUim, und 'hlBrettirnto tho
State lust week, ho helped swell f
Uovernor Ilaimon's plurality of j
two yeara ago by 'tens or thou- .
bunds or votes. Artcr ho toured
tho Stato twice In the Interest or
Senator Iloverldge, Indiana went '
Democratic nnd Senator Ilover
ldge Is to Lo retired. He lslted
Iowa twice tit Intervals of nine
weeks, and (iovernor Curroll's
1908 plurality or 107,000 has
shrunk to nothing, nnd Charles
(irllk, the Insurgent candidate for
Congress ut Duvei.purt, is beaten
In n llepubllcan district. At Osa
watomlo ho launched tho Now Nn-
30 Acre Pineapple vRanch
Now In hlfjh slate of culljvittlon.
IlotiFe, barn, flock nnd Implements.
Trice Is cry low.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
IK YOUR BUSINESS
tlonallsm nnd came within nn nee
of beating Ills' good friend Govern
or Stubbs, who wns elected by
over 31,000 plurality In 1U0S.
Mr. Itoosevelt spoke In Oninha
for Senator Ilurkett, and tho Ne
braska Democrats will send Rep
resentative Hitchcock to Wash
ington In Senator llurkctt's placo.
Ho Bpoko In Chicago, nnd a
Democratic landslide swept over
Cook County nnd the Republicans
lost five Beats In Congress.
On his Southern trip In Octob
er Mr. Itoosevelt began by speak
ing In Jersey City, und tho Gov
ernorship and the Legislature
were captured by the Democrats.
He spoke later In St. Louis, und In
Missouri the Democrats gnlncd u
Senator Ho made a personal at
tack on Representative Foss, who
was elected Governor by 33,000.
Ho assailed Judge llnldwln of
Connecticut, and tho Republicans
helped elect thut great Jurist
Then In this Stato Mr. llooso-
- Real Estate for Sale
Someone' can tccurc a nice home
' in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
on its actual cost, owing to the factK
, that the owner has left the country
nnd wishes us to make a .quick tale, t
Cash or instalments. Particulars' 'at
We have also a
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS 1T0N0IULU, T, II.
I ISOTJerffin a J PHOTO. Mtll'i
.; .;t$i4 wFPLim ? I
We use the same crafts
manlike metheds in making
our frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stoik to
vclt made a norlcs of "whirlwind
cuntpulgns," und Ills lersonully
selected enndidate for Governor
pays the penally by running t'
worst race nnyiUepublicnit c.i .
ditto has madei elnco tho Fo ;.c
catastrophe. l'lnall, In his 0..1
Senatorial district on Long Is
land und In his own Congres
sional district , both or his lle
publlcan friends were retired
Wherever the destroying shade
,of Ilooseudtlsm hits fallen thu
Republicans nro counting up their
lusses In ruined hopes unit re
Ono thing Is certain: no ox-l'res'
ident lltlng within the memory or
tho present generation has received
such n terrific lambasting nt tho
hands or his opponents ut Itoorovclt.
He has been cartooned more harshly
and called more unpleasant nniues
than Ilryun, during his first campaign
lor the Presidency, und that was then
regarded ns tibout tho limit.
Itoosevelt has been out looking ror
$2000 bargain on
Many mothers h.ivo learned
how much thoy noodod
by taking Jt to show their
children that It wns a sweef
For thlrty-flvo years It has
been tho best known spocirie
against f atlguo and onf ecblo-
ment, as woll ns tho standard
I remedy forwarding off1 and
I relieving ooldS and nffoo
tions of tho throat and lungs,
a light und he has got It with IntercU
compounded hourly 1 lining been
held accountable by his rrlends for nil
tho good that has come lo the coun
try, he Is now held responsible, by
lilt cspmliM, ror every misfortune
thnt hns befallen his parly nnd hU
country flnco he ro.tirncd from Af
rica In tho midst or It till Theodore
Ilousevelt Is undismayed nnd un
The follow! ig rnmntitnVntlon rroni
Dr. Carl Ramus Is In reply tu .- let
ter puhllshu.l In the II tit let I It
from .Milton Hood, toniieily n slew
an! on tho steamship Wllhelmlnn
IMItor K v o n I n k Hill loll n:
In the II n I I e t I n or Niivnmber
17 there nppears n communication In
the nature or un open letter refer
iliiB U n paper read by mo before
tho IU'W'iilInn Medical AFMiclatlon,
und wlih'h appeared In the Adver
tiser cf .November 0. The open let
ter has, uniting other remarks, n
number or qurstloiis ns to tpiarnn
tine piocediire. I'nder ordinary t Ir
cuiiistniires I would decline to reply
publicly to quest lou3 penned by one
who Is now n prisoner on bnllawnlt-
i lug action on his caso by the Fed
linl greiid Jury Tor having broken
tMo I'nlted States ipi.trnntlne laws.
Hut ns pub'lc health Information Is
of paramount Impoitnn e. nnd Elnco
i some, nt least, of the questions np-
car to be sincere, I am willing to
waive tho formality nnd to recom
mend to the questioner n second and
n-t careful reading of tho paper
teVrred to. In which he will find
p'ceiflr answers to all of his qu'es
Uirs. In addition to my pnpor publish
cil In the Adveitlsor or November 0,
the questioner Is rcrerred to n tmiior
e'ftled. "Tho lrtit In Relation to
Shipping," by Dr. W. C. Hobdy, ror-.
lncr clilif quarantine nltl r, read
before the Honolulu Chamber or
Commerce, July C, 130ft; to i. pipor
(f mlim lead before the Hawaiian
Medical AHtnrlatlon and published In
the Hawaiian Stnr of November Jfi
mo"; nlto to n series or articles en
titled, "Quarantine nnd Commerce In
the I'ac'llc Arena," by Dr. I,. E, Co
for, former chief quarantine officer.
published In full' nnd afterward rft
pi luted by tho 1 v e n I n R Hullo
tin several yeais ngo. , ,
For fuither Informational topy of
the I'nlted States quarantine laws
and regulations Uintild he consulted.
Very respectfully, i
Chief Quarantine Olllccr.
Hoiin'ulit, Nov. 19, 1910.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCHr
Owln to tho illness ot Pastor
I'cliuy no lunch services or Sun
day school will bo hold until fur-
tlier notlco. 47Krt-2t
ARain wo call your 'atten
tion to the wonderful time
keeping qualities of ihc How
Nearly every day the How
ard gains a life long friend
in a new purchaser, Ho'w'ard
watches ane Suii' on hut'i
ness. principles,. Constructed
1o star.d the test of years' and
kcen accurate time.
Ccmc into our store and
let us talk "Howard Watch"
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
(Continued from Pace 1)
time Ihi) Wiiiittd to coiisuiiiu ono of
the l.'st ThaiiksKmng illuners tliey
wne eeri sei"od. 'Hie lurkin h.i.1
been allci'il' full Vtiiun'H slo" nnd their
if pciiien Just ll"d The slicing. Willi
the tiiih(') tin e ns JU that nny
linilriMVlfe ttmltl lime declared necM
rtsti njl following tho desert big
plcco of pie- thoie"wus dltrllntteil
ti) tin l!',i lox of candy. Ymi cm
rely on It'tlicUiotB dt'tbno, Hut the
I'ulni knows hmv to serc n ine.il that
uin like As ilia of thein s lid nrter
wni 1" ihej tlnbtt. foige'tKthe mnla
water -V? ' '
At the Orpltsunt. , .
llarrlnt one time whcn'MrfjIlnwnnl
had 10 nrk his gtt3Sti to he Just n
tittle quieter the lnjs uoiu ulciiptlon
al In their cniduct nt the matinee nt
the Oi rheum where thirty inore lu.t
than wero countsd upon, wore enter
Aside from Hi 'Ir Joyous ap.irovni of
the funny man from Mexico, tlio bov.
got it whnh lot of fun by Joking the
ull'.co lot.tc supCrlniendent n high
school hoy who was In the thcntie
with some gjrls. This was enjoyed bj
the rest or the nil Hence ns much ns
by the biys.
in the evening tho Inya attended
the l'nrk Theatre where they wero jni
nienr.cly cnte-t.ilned by tlio ncrobitle
act and the Scotch singer. Hero they
bioke Into npug und as thell Voices
piped Into some f.ti i lar nlr tho big
ciowd present, got some Idea of how
the biyg wern enjnying the last pirt
rlr the foiirle'n hours of the Hullo
I I :i's rntortalnment. And wclljthev
ioForvod .the gre'it dny( flhe.V p-"
fnlthful, rniuble honest little 'work
ers, nml tlieli" aliieiice for 'n dayfroui
the woik thry follrw, will ma'o tho
nustotncis titty sorvq .n small pnrt
its thankful for their presence ngiln
loilnv. as th"y thentsclos nre lint
vefterdnv they were Ilullotlnj
PltCS CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guarantcwl
to cure nny case of Itching, HIInd,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 lo
H di-s or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MF.DICINi: CO.. Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
1 It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ntk Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
what reports they nre getting from
the patients who have used tho oil of
wlntergreon lln.ttld .compound, I). 1).
OUR slocR of WHOLESALE CANDIES," from
which sweets for Sunday School
and Church CHRISTMAS TREES can be
selected is now complete. Remember
the Palm Test is "THE BEST."
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES' TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & C(t,
AlaKea and Queen Streets
Hand Work Under the
FnCTelS,oneD1491 '' AMDIE'
1 1 -
I'leiii.triniq I- r the Flornl l'nrado
nt-,. n.iiito mi nn.ire the Inlest helnt;
1., A... i.. lat.w.t.rf. tir.itt ,.p
'till' IIPPUIINIII' "' "J l'M.l'l .MM ..
John lluitlies to liie I'lniiriuaiisnip m,
liern or which fiiiiimineo win 110,11am
cd within a few davs. i
In snenkliiit Ml . Ilil'j'li'irailo this
nioinliiK Dlici'for V.'ffll stilted thnt
merj thing wax t-hn plus tip finely nnd
no doubt tho parade would bo nhcad
or nntnini 111 ic, itisi oy lar. ,
Tits Mrpoliitnreilt ol.Mr. Ilughos tu'.
Ii.ttidle the limits a (hiilrmun of thu
coitimliteo Is consult re,l the best that"
cotihl posrlhl) bo made. lit und tho
illrerli.r of the." i:u 11110 will got to-,
gcthcr right nwjy snil decldo upon
the other incmb?,- ut I lie rniumlttoo
who will nil be htlitlers nnd go Into
the work with the Idea of 'making tho
fiott si'rtlrn this' ye'tr oitc'lonR jo bo
Fred Smlili who h is'chn'tVt) ot tho
uiitouioblle pirnde. Is due Tinm tho
co.tsl next Tuesday . 0:1 tho Wllheb
inlna mil will g.'t this eommittc'o to
gether for tho active campaign within'
11 ilny or two of his arrival.
Thorp hnvp b(cn tunny who linvo
eigitlArd their Intention of enlerlng
cms .for the auto .parade, but I ho
niiertlnn of nrt7pu to lm phni lc tt.,.
Jmnc of contention nt present, boiiio
Miniiiuiig inr niom unit oinors stating
thnt they will not "enter r.'ir"'Ir''linrn
nro ptlroi to lo Klvem
rue first meeting of tho nnloniohllo
coninttltp U rrlicdiileii fur ona weeje
from imlay. in,l lit Ihafflnie lli'o.itn
tcr wllirpi. thorCii-'l.HMliroKbo.i1 UXt
mil onte dofinlto decision arrived'
nr. , . ,
NeWltlrnStMlit ntlziritllniiafnrn mm.'
Jnc to the Dlirclnr fj-oni nil sides,
many of these from persons who linvo
been on tho mainland slnco tho last
ctrnltnl an 1 who have seen some
thing Hint they think would go well
from thoo-suggestions tho heller
cues nro lielng taken nml thero will
bo jnoro novel features In'rodueed In
to (his year's parado (lian ever be
Avoid Xmas Rush
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA and INQLEN00K
WINES. KINQ WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry., .
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part 6 the city. ' Hi
Most Sanitary Conditions
Pl0pI,elor 777 KIN0 SEET
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