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EVRNIKH HUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T II rilllWDW. I)KC 1. IH10.
E v ening Bulletin .
DAILY ana WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,- LTD.j
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week. J
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESJ. ,
Wnllnco R. Parrlnuton, - Editor
SUBS0HIPTI0N HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ta MiinHi,iithrrtln U.S .7H
Htr Umltrr, Miywhtl. In U S .. 3.iw
IVi Vnr, ativoherc InUS H.ou
I'tr Vtm, KittpiJ, lotrign, .. . I3.co
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-- I Editorial Rooms,
I I'IBuslneas Office,
i 4 THURSDAY
I have bc:n tauglj. to be! eve,
with Matthew Arnold, m the power
in this universe that makes for
righteousness, and I have been
weight up in the faith, to well ex
messed by Alfred Tennyson, that
thc;e is an inci casing purple run
ning through the ag.s giving coher
ence end reason to the chaos of our
r.cor human affairs. I wouldnt live
L .is. .....i i. 1 felt that there
111 IHIJ WUJ.U u...- - ---" - .
was upin the progress of scriety the
tsv.nc haati. jonamau i. iiuui'"--.
Start tho new muntli by resolvltiK
to kill tho niosuuUo Then nuke
Now oit can look at our calendar
an.l have n ilnlly reminder that It In
necessary tii sliop early.
If joii vuht tho i.evvH of our Btoro
to reach tho huer iiromiitly. Jo
Ehoulil eoiuI the tiipy of jour nil to
tho lUillcttn earl)
1'rcHlilent Tuft's iiiohh.iko mny not
mention Hawaii, hut you can hank
on It ilmt ho will not' cnilorso reiluc
tlou of uiiproprlatlona for l'earl Har
bor. Uveryono llkea to hear the old hanil
plaj. Hut especially when the pres
ent hanil It properly suppllo'l with
men to keep It up to tho old hand
. i i - - -
TIioiikIi tho Omernors talk against
Ilnosovelt In n ratio of threo to one,
that doesn't prove that Hoosevelt Is
wroni;. Kery reform has started
with tho hackliiK of the minority.
It was us expected Talk of tho
Chief .lustlcc'H Intention to not le
bIrii Immediately tstnrts tho populace
wondering iind asking whether Judge
Cooper or Judge Hatch will Ret It.
Among tho optimists of Honolulu
mark William l'fotenhauor high u on
the list When every citizen Is In
cluded It will ho easv us plo making
Honolulu a Hundred Thousand town
Among other grntlfvln;: things Is
tho ovhlenio on tho Stock Kxchano
that not all tho people In Honolulu
.fuel thut tho country has gone to tho
bowwows becuuso sugar prices will
Japan ought to make a dellnito bus
iness of establishing coiilldcnco In Its
peaco talks. lluropo Is us (lunlltletl
In Its acceptunco of the protostutlotis
of good Intent, na tho Jingoes of tho
m. Kvery llotiolulunn who tours tho
States Is ImpresEcd with the ircmeiid-
;ii ous number oi otncrwiso imeiiigom
'" (Jh cltUens' who don't know that Hawaii
Is on tho man. Territorial upproprla-
Hon for Promotion Is what's needed
to correct tills error.
Mujor Kern does not strongthon
81 'hlmsolf with voters or taxpayers wiicn
'ho holds up the Tort street paving
F- ' ordinance This measure has le-
Ks Jt -lulled thu umiuallllod oiidorsomcut of
K , tl.o principal tuxpayers of.th-j city
As thero Is no "Job" bohlnd It, onu'cnn
baldly Imnglno what more the Mayor
Mayor Kern should remeuibe. that
,rl tho Democratic party was killed Id
tho lust campaign because It .imido a
political game of measures vitally af
fect Int.- the nrosneilty of tho country.
I lit oli on lil iuritfirit iif ruin frntll l in.
lug nil ordinance endorsed by tho bus
iness section of tho town, as a medium
for playing politics
a.- Kutinlng short of money Is probably
JtJ ono of tho evidences of tho grfut re-
forms accomplished by the present
4 management of tho waterworks To
fturn tho most ptosperous bureau Into
P s"10 ono "'"l'lc',' "!'," all In eighteen
mh1 months, is n recoru equui to tho Nun
v iinu-.dnm.-andvfitrthertpruv.es' the nieil
.j. of ttirnlni' tluSlIoiioiillii water vor'l:
Hyeteni ifver toTho City and County cf
Honolulu, where It belongs.
ret Si Montm A .no
Tr Yctr, inywheie In U S, .. . I.ihi
Pel Tr tnyivhcrc n C.nd. !.
Pel Yc.f .oliaid, tolllgti . 3m
Botcrcd it the PrMtoffict tt Hoitoli la
u ccoiid -class rattler.
DECEMBER 1. 1910
ENLARGE THE BAND.
niglu monibeis leaving the Hawaii
an band because they cun get better
pay at the amusement houses may not
be n matter that will nttract tho at
tention ol Hie director of Illg lluslness
or of the olllclals who nro weighted
with the Ir.ipottntico of nltalrs of
state. They may think tho incident
beneath their notice They will wako
up only when tho band degeneiates
to thieu tin horns and a trumpet, ntul
Is wanted to play nt a "function"
Hut It Is of Interest to tho ordinary
citizen who believes In maintaining
the Institutions of Honolulu that
have proved to Le worth while
It Is of more than passing Import
unco to tho nvurago citizen who Is
proud of tho reputation of tho Ha
waiian baud, and who understands tho
value of n first class public musical
organization ns a community asset.
Tho Uu! lot In Lelleves In tho
Hawaiian band, kept up to a state of
perfection that will placo It on u par
with the best bauds of the country.
We ure sure tliat tho pooplo bellovo
In the Hawaiian blind, and ar just as
anxious to have It kept up as to have
tho police, the lire department and
tho roads maintained '
If the band, through InsiilfirlP'Jt ap
propriation Is nllowed to run down nt
the heel, lose Its standing and be
come generally a dlsciedlt to the city
or the subject of excuses rather than
praise, months and jenra 'vill bo oc
cupied In "bringing It back ' If it ever
The Hul lot In again reminds tho
people and tho city futher that tho
coming season will bo one of the moat
notable In Honolulu's hlstoiy for tour
If thorn Is ono thing In tills city
that should ho up to the standard of
Its old-time reputation and it little
better. It Is the Hawaiian band 1'iop
er appropriation will secure tho de
Lend the weight of your 'nlltit-nco
to have tho money provided
PLEA FOR JOBS
(Continued from Face H
cr tho threatened tevernnte from tho
Mavor Tern has taken tho protest
of the city employes who declaie
that they face r Joyless Yiiletlde, un-j
der advisement. Tho resolution which
-Mithorlzed the Major and tlje city
aim county clerk to enter into n con
tract 4wlth tho Honolulu I'uvlng'
Company to lay two blocks of bltu-!
Ilthle pavement along Tort street, '
has not been patsed up to Mayor i
Peril. He stilted today that the'
meatiiro was lu tho hands of tho
cltj and county nttornoy whero nn
examination of tho tontrant was bo
Ing conducted. I
Muvor Kern declined to state what
'position ho would take when the
resolution was brought to him for
klgnntiire. He proposed to take
sulllclont timo to carefully consider
the, city finances beforo affixing his
name to the documont, I
Despite tho statement ,mndo that
the pavement could be liild for ap
proximately $1500, tho iniitoutlon Is
rnlred thnt tho rout rait price em
bodied In the now resolution calls
for no reduction The paving com
pany ask three dollars n square yard
and It Is estimated that there are nt
least 1700 square yards of street
surfare within the boundaries desig
nated In the tmtrnU drawn up "with
J. A. Ollmnn, representing tho War
ren Brothers In tho Islands. Thh
will entail nu niitlaj of over llvo
thousand dollars, not i (Hinting the
"ilditloual nxpenso to the city In Bit
ting out tho rock nt the- municipal
quarry r.nd tho laving ofJli'eadstoncs
nml pupping 'iilntng. ! 'e
cltyMins paid tWpav'jng bJJljtho co.it
of the Improvement will foot up very
cIobo to $3,40 per Miunro yard, limit
No, Bedrooms. Price
Aica 3 $50.00
Knimuki. 7th 0 45.00
Kamchameha IV Rd.-. 4 25.00
Lowers Road 3 30.00
Kamchameha IV Rd. 4 25.00
Waipio 3 12.00
Bates Street 4 80.00
Kamchameha IV Rd. 2 15.00
Kinau Street 3 30.00
Berctania Street 3 30.00
Waialac Read 3 32.50
S.hocl S rect 3 40.00
Bcrctnnia Street 4 37.50
Kinau Street 4 32.50
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The office of the
is now in the Telephone Building on
Adams Lane. A telephone call will
bring a boy for your mesnge.
ing an Inveitment of seven thousand
Supervisor W II. McClollan has
picpared'an estimate of the cost of
the paving of two blocks of Fort street
as well ns a, list of those men who
will bo relcgato.l to Idleness through
a reduction mndo In the Honolulu
road fund beeauso of tho paving.
McClellnn's figures nio us follows
Conductors prlco (less rock) .$ I, '00.00
100 cubic yards crushed rock
at $1.23 liOO.OO
(trailing ' 410.00
Replacing pipes (approx.). . . . 100.00
Header stones 280.00
Changing rock scieens at
Men Laid Off to Meet the Above,
I'aiker Cunimlngi, fmomin,
WalnUo road. 7 men $ 13 00
.Ins. Merseberg. fuieni'in, 12
men, l'alohi load 21.23
S. Kit, foreman, 11 men Ma-
noa road 1 8.23
J. Kni'iikul nnd J Nelll. fore-
men, 28 men, I'aclfllc Ills. CO 00
Real Estate for Sale
Just what you have been waiting
for, ; '
Building lots within walking dis
tance of business district at a reason
able price. '
King 'street. Lots (30x150.
$900 to $1,200.
There arc only 12 of these lots,
all beautifully planted in shrubs
TORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T, II,
Wc use the same crafts
manlike methods in making
our frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
Avoid Xma3 Itush
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
C. II. WIImiii. foreman, 2
men. Nun mil wide 50.00
V.'. Ciimmliigs nnd K. Kiell,
f'licmau 28 men lIm id 30 no
C. Kuiilukiikul, foi cman, 18
men. Kullhl mad 31.00
J, Knhniinaelo, cupenter, 3
W. Iliitehlnson, machinist, 3
:i w irMng dns nt $211,001, :. -S'
Total men, 138
It li further stated Hint men nii
being wmUed on these Join In two
shllts ntul therefore 87A'nien nro rent
I) Involved In tho curtailment .Hindi'
nrcessnrj by the pJikiiKif'oPrifo rew
lutlon railing for tho pavement of tin-
rnn:n..Aj r.n T) t
(Continued from Pace 1)
portant over held llo-ildes the qucs-
ttn of a f.ult growors- noi lation. j
there will bo other matters of ,,l:,i
Importance to tho Islands
Mr Hermit lins recent'lj rottirned1
from the coakt. where ho Ind mi!
opportunity to tee the cinclent work
lug of tho California Prult Urnwers
Assoclntlon. "rive ears ngo the
Blowers were losing money. In spite
of big crrps." he said this morning-
"They liKt heenitfo of rut throat
onmelltloli. nnor liniiilllne. lack tfi
sVEtem In developing tho maiket audi
lack of ficl ltles for irettlmr the fruit
to the market
Vow- Hill Ij f-hllnirpil
All are working together nnd nil who
can rain- the fruit nro making
The Merchants' Afjcclatlnu feels
the need of n body in tho Islands
flinllar to thnt In C.illfornln, nnd
tho Merchants' Asfoclutlon feels (hat
It can bo tho mc-llum for bringing
together tho fncllons In tho fiesh
fruit ludustrv and getting them nil
to work togchcr. Local jieople might
Just ns well handle the big fruit In
dustry of tho Islands in tome who I
come here from tho mainland. Tho'
meeting tomorrow will probably i
bring these plnns to n head and do-1
cloi soma scheme for getting tho
The dire tors tomorrow will tnko
up n'rn a plan to control the bill
board si stem. This Is part of tho
fight to regulate billboards that has
been going on for somo time. Tho
nttoclatlou until recently found no
J way tu control the boards legally
Hiwcver, under n loom decision on
a cnie In I'oitlnud, Mr. Hermit thinks
the city and county nn control
them. Portland fruglit nut nu oidli
nance which provides for nu annual
lnerihandlco license anil for a tax of
tn much nor snunre foot on hill
I boards, and the courts upheld tho
- vnl'dlty of the ordinance i:. A.
, I) nlhltt, the nsfo Intlnn's attorney,
Is now Investigating this plan mid It
vl'l be discussed tomorrow i
notlier thing to come up Is Ha
.vali's support of an Francisco ns
the placo for tho exposition of 1913
fnti l-'ian Isco and New Orleans a o
i'f chief clnlmanls for (ho honor nnd
Huvvnlln's support Is naturally with
I tho former. Local Inlluelice on con
g'cadnnal leprercntntivcs will ho for
Another mattor to ho taken up Is
the Foil sticet paving Tho inpr
i limits nro anxious that the progress
of the paving this month shall not
interfere with their big holiday i
triifn- and will auk tho paving com
pany to operate with ns little In on-,
venleme nnd blockading of vehicles
Havo joii had kidney trouble (ln
nnmmntlnii of tho kidneys) over s!
months? If eo, rolognlzed authori
ties declare It Inciir.lble. j U. S.
deaths now nearly U0.060 anmnlly.
Call for free diet list and litem
turo that may proloug 07 save jour
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.. LTD.
This is the time of jcar
when you commence to think
cf Christmas and Christmas
gifts. It's hard to know just
what to give; just what will
be acceptable. Oar store is
full cf articles suitable for
gifts nt prices and of vari
ety to please everyone. We
suggest that you vitit our
store and look over our new
The early shopper avoids
the ciowds, and gets first
choice and better attention.
H. F. Wichman
& Con Ltd.;1
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
rtt R'TiiTllA t.ns nml n.tfl, ninitnii
nlnifiiiiipo.illcat societies nnil medical
with results most grnt'fylnj,. Tho extended uso of (' islorl.a Is unquestionably tho
result of 'hroe facts! 1st, Tho indlputiiMn evidenio (hat it l harmless iiinl,
That it not enly allays slomadi p.ilnr and qu'ts tho nir'c,but assimilates tho
loodj !Inl, It Is uii agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil. Itiiabs6lutcly
sale, ii noes noi coniaiu niiv uimiiiii, i'iui nm- ui umur iiuiuui; unu .imi
I ....... i,i0..,L,' o . ii,i . n . nn.u... fv,-i,i..i
"!" "" .u..uh .y-"i". - "--..-,.,, . ....., ..,
'f1'1 ls a faramcdlcal jouma to saj- Our duty. I.owerer, Is o om-oso
danger ami record tho means of nlvanclngheallli. 1 d ,.v for ,m,,oninS Inno.
Cent children through greed or Ignoraiico ought to end. 1 o bur 1 htm ledge, Cuv
a Is a remedy which produces composu-o an i un.iltli. Ii.v ngulatln tho
.icm-not by stupefying It-and our raiders uio c ilitled tc t'w iuforia.illon.-
ljrniituro of (-ut&
. luir clorta ,! am la In els... In my
snjrthlngthitio filled tlio placo."
Wiixuh Uelmokt, M D ,
" I hiro hm-4 jonr Cutoila In tho tun of my owo
l - ""' manna npicMoi wuu-, umi.iv. ouunui
excellent leialu from tl dm.'
S. A. Ili-cvisii, it. D.,
T fW rvlrftmm In rM-ommrndln? rotir rflktmll.
connlda It lh brut Uuilro tint (oukt U J,
. uptcUlly for ehllilren."
KaTniNiit, K. Klxo, II. I) , Et. Iinla, He.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
!n Use For Ovei" 3 0 Years, iifj
Without Candy Would
Not Be Christmas for
The Children " '"l?
' . t. i.&
Palm Candies are made fresh every day
as only expert candy makers know how to
Largest fresh stock of Gunthcr Canities
have just been received. Fancy Boxes for
Churches and Sunday Schools supplied at
wholesale prices. . ' ,
Please the children by orderinn your.
Christmas Candies here. Remember the
Palm test is "The Best."
J. A. GiLMAN, ,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott 5c Co., Sau Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
CGUINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEARtMERCHANT
FRESH HAWAIIAN CREAM
From cows certified as nbsclutcly healthy, and bottled un.
der the most sanitary conditions,
Tor sale by, at ate of $1,00 per quart:
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. J. M. LEVY & CO.
0. J. DAY & CO.
Pond Dairy, Phone 2890
...ml fiii'ni nn t!irt Yinrt. nt nlivtrtflnei.
nulliorlllos. It It moil by physician
,!'- t.'-l- '! !3-I Ct-lllllllO
"I t, u n.-' vi M i5l.i In sal trna It -
M'fl'-iil t lii.ilr ii fl I - uta-l.o.tl an I prlrt
lr&ctlui for iumj yiur. '1' iu turtmila ls rxrclftiiil "
11. J. 'lirr, M.I),
"I nd yonr rwtorls to to a (UuJtnl family
cmiilr. II lit tho Ul tln for Infiitl aii-l cbU
ilreu 1 Lave ever known ami I mmnracn-Ht.'
K. L l'tUIUluK, Jl. I) ,
" navhc dnrln? tho paat all yeaft frt'cllM yonr
Calnrla for liifimlle rlomocli UlnorJra, 1 mot
ht wljly cmnmend la iiM- Tho fi-nnuta conulna
J. 11 J.ujott, M.D., cu YoikCltj.