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Work is not man's punishment. It
is his reward and his strength; his
glory and his pleasure.
When In iloubt shop early.
The stock market linn chill anil
fever with most pronounced extremes.
Did anyone cer say that there Is
nothing to do In Honolulu of nn
The man who gave the llghter-than-air
craft the namo of dirigible has
another guess coming.
Mr. Tlalllnger hasn't made n loud
noise in voicing his opinions on the
meaning of the elections.
What Is that we hear about nobody
ever being nble to carry out tbo "come
back" stunt? Observe the Dlvlno
An Illustration of the old saw about
making haste Blowly can be found In
the way the Fort street paving con
tract Is being solved.
It remains to be seen If Congress
will have the backbone to pass a par
rels post law against the wishes of
the express companies.
.Incidentally, what has become of
Immigration Agent Campboll and the
families from Europe that nre need
ed to help build up Hawaii?
Senator La Follette says that J. P.
Morgan wus defeated In the recent
elections. Let us hope thnt J. P.
realizes It and Is willing to remain de
It would seem that the equlllhrator
has arrived here ahead of the aero
plane and thut the Mayor must have
ono concealed some place around the
No more worthy ambitions could
fire the hearts of our City Supervis
ors than a determination to finish up
this month nil tlio ordinances that
mny properly be considered a part of
When F. M, Swanzy gets sugar stn
tistlcs you muy depond upon it that
they nre bed rock, and his estimate
of the Cuban sugar 'crop Is undoubt'
edly more rellublo than the figures
given out by those Interested in the
'manipulation of the murket.
Honolulu In ntintlt illln fur nn nvln.
j rtlon meet. While getting In shape
' for compelling pence by being pre
pared for war, there should be a live
ly Jot of aviators on hand prepared to
toko to the winds and drop bombs
down tho funnels of battleships.
.It Is hard to believo that the dls
"pensers of Justice In our highest court
v will full to see that tho people nro en
titled to have their election contest
heard on tho merits of the case. Then
we shall know whether more Inw Is
needed to correct evils that have de-
Veloped under the present scheme.
Taxation without representation Is
ono of the first causes of trouble in
America. Our friends from tho other
Islands should not thcreforo conclude
that Honolulu is hogging anything If
It nsks for representation in the Leg
islature In. proportion to its popula
tion us well as Its taxpaylng capacity,
Immigration Commissioner Keofo is
one of the most Important olllcers of
the Government bo far us the futuro
of Hawaii is concerned. Immigration
Is the llfo blood of Island nrosnerltr
and Mr. Kecfe should certainly be In-
. M tit- -., ....
idi'iucu m our obtaining tbo right
kind of peoplo for development on
Organization of tho fruit men In
Just what Huwull needs, though It Is
aijjopeu question whether a .. good
"Ware of the pineapple business- has
,not passed Into the hands of the
Pet Sit Montns... .....A .Ho
Per Year, anywheic In U S. .. I.oo
Pet Year anywhere n Canada., it tin
Per Year postpaid, fouijcn 3.tw
Office, - 8KOO
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as second-class matter
DECEMBER 2, 1910
Pucker' Trust If tliere Is enough
of the Trust Influence abroad to
strengthen and niiike the organization
moro iiennnnent no much the Letter
While figuring on the future of Ho
nolulu don't forget thnt the I'nUed
Stntes government Is not reducing Its
cstlmntu of.tho amount of work to bo
done on this Island or the number of
men, civilians ns welt as soldiers, who
will bo added to the populutloii In the
very near future. While the work of
construction Is going on this number
will never be reduced.
It docs teem ruther cruel that n
pastor who has presided over his
Hock for forty years, cannot continue
to look after their moral welfare In
the good old-fashioned way. Hut It Is
also true that the method of dealing
with the spiritual affairs of mankind
has chnnged mightily In the Inst
tvventy-llvo jears, and the younger
men think they know more than the
Isn't It remarkable how Insurgency
breeds popularity. When tho peoplo
wnnt something done for the common
good they turn Instinctively to tho
band of Manoa insurgents who not
only showed u willingness to work
but nblllty to get results. With Mr.
von Dnmm a member of the Promotion
Committee, the public may expect
that phase of community endeavor to
secure wider recognition or we'll
know the reason why.
While making po-nnicli fuss about
Governor Plalstcd, the first Democrat
elected to tho Governorship of Maine
for thirty years, they might also re
member thnt the Republicans hnvp a
oncu-ln-thlrty-yenrs man to their
credit. Governor-elect Hooper Is the
first Republican Governor of Tennes
see In thirty years. Curiously enough
his election was brought about qulto
us largely by a radical nntl-Prohlbl-tlon
administration ns Plalstcd was
the product of a State-wldo disgust
with Prohibition. All of which goes
to show thnt the people want honestly
progressiva men, working out progres
sive principles, regardless of tho
titles of the political parties.
OUR MUNICIPAL BAND.
Speaking of tho Hawaiian band and
the need for keeping It up to stand
ard, a tribute from the pen of Robert
J, Ilurdctto comes to hand through
tho Pasadenn News that Is supporting
tho agitation in Pusadonn for Sunday
blind concerts. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurdctto
are actively campaigning for the
Sunday concert and this is what Mr.
llurdette t-'s in the course of a
signed statement published In the
"I wish Pasadena might have
n municipal band, such as they
have In Honolulu a city of ubout
8000 white population. The mu
sicians are municipal employes,
under direct command of tho
Mayor, The band plays when
and where the Mayor orders. Ono
afternoon or evening In this park;
another evening and afternoon at
the hotels; every time a ship sails
for California, Oregon, or Wash
ington, the band must go down
and serenade the passengers for
half or three quarters of nn hour
before tho ship leaves the pnft.
"Thore Isn't a class of city em
ployes, not excepting the police,
who earn .their salaries so fully
as does the municipal bund.
"If you have leisure und In
clination to watch tho notices of
its appointments, and follow It
around, you enn hear tho band
somewhere every day In the week.
That's something like n munic
ipal band. I wish Pasndenu had
something like thnt. Lot us hnvo
something besldo talking ma
chines and pianolas."
Uvoryono who comes to Honolulu
enthuses over the Hawaiian band ns
ft public Institution und has nothing
but pruUe fur tho peoplo who coil-
Houses For Resit
No. Bedrooms. Trice
Aicn 3 $50.00
Kaimuki, 7th G 45.00
Kamehamcha IV ltd. - - 4 25,00
lewers Read 3 30.00
Kamekameha IV Rd. 4 25.00
Waipio 3 12.00
Bates Street 4 50.00
Kamehamcha IV Rd. 2 15.00
Kinau Street 3 30.00
Bcrctania Street 3 30.00
Wnialac Read 3 32.50
School S.reet 3 40.00
. Beretania 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 message.
Untie the organization at tho public
How Important It Is thcrcfeie that
the band should be kept up to a
standard of numbers and quality that
will enable it to hold Its position In
the high estcoin of tho visitor us well
us the resident.
It sometimes happens that a gray
haired man Is willing to dyo for a wo
Avoid Xmas Rush
IJLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
Real Estate for Sale
Just what you have been waiting
Building lots within walking dis
tance of business district at a reason
King Street. lots 50x150,
$000 to $1,200.
Tliere nro only 12 of these lots,
"J "' all beautifully planted iu shrubs
nnd trees. '," j
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T.-JI.
iHHHHBHUHHnaM nniiiorn iirmro
We use the same crafts
manlike methods irt making
our frames a in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
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Vera Silent, of Indlnnapolls, and
Lieut. Hush, of the Xuvy, are to bo
married. Obvious comment: The
wedding will bo a quiet nffalr. To
A llrnoMyn man named Hamburg
er, having muilo n regular hash of
his uffalis, has gnnu Into bankrupt
cy -Wnshlngtuii Herald,
They Bring Combative Hus
bands to Book Betorc Po- i
lice Tribunal. !
The wives of conibntUo Inclined
husbands hnd their Inning at tho Dls-1
trlct Court this morning when In fltj
I least two cases of assault and battery
I the vlrtlms wcio women hnd had suf
fered serious Injuries through u so-J
rlcs of beatings administered at tli
1 hands of their spoures .
The .1 C Crawford family troubles
wore partially aired before Judge Ly
mer though the court requested that
the soft pedal he placet) on n recital
of events dating back to several
months pi lor to the nssault alleged
to have been made by Crnwford up
on Iho person of his wife.
Mrs Crnwford admitted thnt she
had nut been a dweller under the
family roof tree for several months.
It enmo out in testimony thnt the wo
man had entertained friends of the
lunROiillno pcrBtinslon to the everlast
ing dltgust iid antipathy of her hiw
It was fn'lowlng one of these' visits
from nn admirer that Crawford stc
pod In nnd attempted lo reconcile his
wife to returning to his home and
hoatd. She declined nnd words led lo
blows, tho latter being directed Uy
Ciawford upon tho features of Mrs.
Crawford. That tho nlm of tho hits-;
bind was unerring was born out tty
Iho display or two blackened eyes
which the woman nttcmpled In shade
by tho use of smoked glasses,
Judgo Lymcr fined Crawford twen
ty flvo dollnrs nnd the costs taking
Into consideration Iho provocation of
Mrs. Crnwford evidently took con
sldcrahlo pleasure fn witnessing tho
dlscomforturo of her former siwutse
who vyns unable to settle the flno at
tho moment and was commanded by
the court bailiff to sit throughout tho
session with nn assortment of prison
crR In the dock.
Tho woman remained In tho court
room following tho completion of tho
hearing until Crawford had been led
to tho Jail yard.
Znknrnn. n Russian Is another hus
band who took occasion to employ
forco In tho correction of what ho
claimed was nn erring wife.
The Ruslnn admitted that ho may
havo Inkcn on too much Joy waters
on that eventful Sunday. He claimed
that his wlfe,had been drlnktngiand that
ho felt It his duty to correct her habit?.
Tht woman Is small of stature nnd
appeared still suffering from Illness,
She claimed to have been used very
roughly nnd displayed several marko
Zaknrolt displays the military train
ing that tho average Russian received
In Iho service of tho Czar In Siberia
When called before Iho bar lo receive
sentence he maintained a stiff nnd
soldierly benilng, and delivered n mill
lary salute to Ills Honor before nnd
at tho close of the Imposition of n
fine of fifteen dollars nnd the court
BUILD BIG POST
(Continued from Pace li
frelghtor Alaskan arrived from San
Tranclsro today with only a llttlo
more than a thousand tons In her
hold. Tho Alaskan can carry ten
times that much.
Thero and other questions outer
Into tho sltunLon. If thero Is plenty
of labor to do this work and tho
steamers need tho freight, tho probu
This is the t'me of year
when you commence to think
of Christmas and Christmas
gifts. It's hard to know just
what to give; just what will
be acceptable. Our storo is
full of articles suitable for
gifts at prices nnd of vari
ety to please everyone. Wc
suggest that you vinfour
store nnd look over our new
The eaily shopper avoids
the crowds, and gets first
choice and better attention.
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
f - XlJL
2rujwwrt r vim
No matter if you arc in San Francisco or at .home
'do your shopping at "Magnin's"
Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES',
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' WEAR.
We direct particular a'.lcntion to a make of
Guaranteed Silk Hosiery for Women
which wc now have in stock fet $1.50 in all black only! The
hvcaring qualities nre assurd, and '.he Hosiery will be replaced
All Packages to tho "Islands" will
bo sent free of charge
Send for our Infants' and
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
Without Candy Would
Not Be Christmas for
Palm Candies arc made frcsirevery day
as only expert candy makers know how to
Largest fresh stock of Gunther Candies
have just been received. Fancy Boxes for
Churches and Sunday 'Schools supplied at
Please the children by
Christmas Candies here.
Palm test js "The Best."
hlllty of a united notion locally to
get the work done by contract will
Cnptnlu Falls, depot quartcrmaB
ter, when interrogated this morning
nbntit the rcpoit thnt tho construc
tion at I.llchuu would bo done by
The quartermaster general's depart
ment stated thnt ho knew nothing
about It, nnd had heard nothing
about the matter whatever.
This business Is in tho provin e or
Cnptnlu Kails and should any Infor
mation be received It will bo only of
a genornl nature, '
Colonel Schuyler pf tho Fifth Cav
alry at tho Young Hotol today Bald
that ho has had no Infnrmnton about
tho ennstru lion .from Wushlngon.
Tho detnlls of tlfo vvholo matter will
ho handled there.
Colonel Schuyler stated that Cap
tnln KdwnriU Is expected in Hono
lulu soon, nnd that this o Ulcer has
been making nn extensive study of
The material for the construction
of tho temporary barracks at I.ol
lehua la to cotno from I'ngot Sound
In the near futuro, somo of tho troops
recently an (veil hero still being un
der canvas for lii'k of quarters.
It Ecems to bo the opinion of Col
onel Schuyler thnt the permanent
qunrters will bo dnno by contra' t
here, although the work on tho tem
porary barrncl.s ran well bo dono by
tho quartet master's department,
The rnmrtrurtliin of theso tem
porary qunrtors Involves the oxpendl
turo of i considerable sum of money,
but this vvrtik amounts to Jlttle com
pared to that of consti uclng tho
promanent qunitcrs at I.ellehua,
which will all ho of concroto,
Tho special grand Jury that was
convened Immediately after tho
blowing up of tho I,o Angeles Times
building, for tho purpohe of Investi
gating that horror, is pinking head-
I way very hlnwly In tho Investiga
Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
tions that nro being mndo with n
view to getting n hold of those guilty
of the crime.
fecorcs of pooplo havo been brought
before the Inquisitorial body and
testimony taken vvhi.'h seems to only
have tho effect of producing new
tangents to bo followed by tlioso who
nre attempting to hunt down tho
nctual (lends who placed nnd llrod
tho dynamite thnt killed and maimed
n Bcore of peoplo and defctiojed ono
of tho handsomest buildings In tho
Thero seems to be n tendency uni
versal among those engaged in Urn
investigation to seek for the truth
of tho matter among tho labor unions
and federations, nnd many roiino.t
ed with such organization havo
been up for examination.. Tho fol
lowing shows how the cflhe Is di Jig
ging nnd to what length the Jury la
I.OS ANOKI.KS, Nov. 11!. With
twenty or more now witnesses yot to
ho examined by tho special grand Jury
the Indictment Etngo of tho Times
explosion ense, which Is confidently
expected by oillclnlB of tho Distil :t
Attorney's ofllco, apparently Is Btlll
n distant event. All (heso witnesses
havo to bn heard by the Inquisitor.
After thnt romo tho thirty-six wit
nesses originally summoned fj-oin
San Francisco, who nie being held
for further testimony. Among theso
are Tvcltmoo and Johannson, tho la
bor leaders, who wore permitted to
go to St. I.ouls Inst vveok to atletid
tho convention of tho American Fed
eration of Labor, nnd who will not
return for nt lonst two weeks. With
nil this work ahead of them, It Is
prnctl -ally certain thnt tho grand
Jurors will not be,rendyto volo on
true bills for probably tlueo weeks
or moro, Samuel L, Drown, chlof
or the District Attorney's detectives,
said he did not expect an Indictment
for thirty days.
Tho faster the nutomoblln goes tho
Hoonor (ho ambulance mny overtake
Don't attempt to navigate tho soi
of mnlrliiymy byNinotlmr navigator's
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