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F.VKNIKII MIILLKTIN, HONOLULU, T II . 8A1 1 ItDAY, I MX' .1, 1!I0.
rtlAn.Y nA WEEKLY Publliliffl Inr
&At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE
iSVallaoe R. Farrlngton,
P Month, mjruhtft la U.S .7ft
Prr Quarter, aiiywhert In US .. 2oo
Pel Ytr, anrheretnU S H.oo
Per Ymi, posttid, foreign I3.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
I Editorial Rooms, - L5
"fine rood husband is worth two.
imoA wives; for the scarcer thines!
are the more thcy'de valued." Ben-
" He is a man of sense who does not
I' grieve for what he has not, but re
joices in what he has. Eplctctus.
I Begin early nnd shop lato.
It is worth something to hao the
Merchants' Association give n few
signs of life.
Times nro changing In Honolulu
when a woman can walk the streets
In fur tippet nnd mult, nnd not loolt
Campbell tells Kohala that ho Is
"dissatisfied" with the Manuka site
Make no mistake about It, Honolulu
Is more "dissatisfied" with Campbell.
)t Six hundred Portuguese Immigrant
Ifamllles would bo a good. ChrlstmaB
Jfjprescnt for Hawaii, If Commissioner
SCnrapbell can't make It twice six liun-fu-rcd.
H Oho the Hawaiian band the money
focccssary to keep It up to the stand
ard of the best band In the country,
fclonolulu cannot afford to do other
Kwlso. U For Christmas suggestions read the
BTtulletln advertising columns In
fno other medium will you find so
jtjnany timely holiday hints lead by so
i Wroany people.
i Great reforms starUln the West
XTiowadays. Watch tho. American mer-
Vchant marine measures move, now
Mthat tho Pacific Slopo Congress has
ffwvcn them a good start.
Honolulu's public opinion should
?i(iiow of only one good mosquito and
IFthat a dead one. Hut It requires co-operation
and active work to mil.o
atl the mosquitoes good.
IVaKlatnn fiv fnnniln nml Australia
to have Independent naval orgunlra
JLtlons will decrease the ncccssltj for
Slhe Anglo-Japanese alliance to pro
jKlect British Interests In tho Pacific.
liMKntcrnrlscs that will bring more
flFsteamcrs to Hawaii flying tho Amer
ican flag and developing American
Rprosperlty In tho Islnnds, should bo
jjelven all thecommunlty support pos
&slble. KJ Politicians are seldom satisfied
Democrats are now wishing that their
g-j House majority was not bo largo. It
Sbrceds factional Btrlfo and threatens
ffla return of tho Democrats to Salt
ct'IUvcr nftor tho noxt olcctlon.
5 Honolulu would disgrace Its teputa
Ellon throughout the mainland and
merit all tho Ignominy coming Its
I way if It should allow tho Hawaiian
uband to fall bolow its old-time stand-
Lard or pass out of existence
Announcement by returning dolO'
gates that China's boycott on Amerl'
can goods is practically a thing of the
paBt, will be the first news many
Americans have had that there ever
was a boycott. Unfortunntoly tho per
centage of average Americans who
take an interest in tho development
of tho Pacific and our Interests In the
Orient Is much larger oven than those
uhn tn Irnnui tlmt Tin writ! fa nt
I the map.
Residents of upper Ntiuanu ro
ll spoctfully request the attention of the
i outgoing Supervisors, before they go.
(And the Bulletin respectfully tug
jjgests that It would be a good plan to
finish up ull the odd ends of promised
;jffprk during the final month of the
present Hoard's existence. If (his is
Idono, the people who have devoted so
of the last two years tolling
,whnt u miserable Hoard of Supervls"
ors we have, will decorate tho re-
iiualnder of their careers with exures-
1 1 fev' bM$i rsm$,.!,T.W0,d
'hnTill right it we only had Hupervlsi
o'rsllko those of 1909-10.
TltIT.TT.TIW PtlPTTSTtlNfJ flfl T.TT1
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pet Sli Motito ! !
Tct Year, tnywheulo U5. I.chi
Pel Yew anywhere n Ctnad. t.Wo
Per Year postpaid, lottfn ..., 3.wv
Office, - 250
Boteied at the Poitorhcc l Hcrnon la
u second-class mailer
DECEMBER 3, 1010
Honolulu ought to !mo three bun-
drcd automobiles In the Moral parade
And It would, It those financially ablo
to decorate machines mado up their
minds to come through' this jc.tr.
President Diaz shows that he Is very
human when the softening Influence
of ngo causes him to seek a dignified
peaco with his enemies Instead of
wasting llcs and money to wlpo them
off tho face of tho earth.
Docs tho Presidency make u man
loiuaclous. Mr. Tuft, who started out
as tho President of brief messages,
now finds that he has to cut his mes
sago six thousand words In order to
keep It within the ordinary message
Superlntcndent-bf - Public"- Works -
Honoliilu-Sevvers Campbell Is quoted
by a country paper as being still Mis
satisfied" with 'the Mahuka site for
the Honolulu Federal building.
.Long suffering citizens of Honolulu
would raise their voices In thanksgiv
ing nnd prnlso If the pefso'nage bf
many titles would be so good as to
mind his own business nnd cease but
ting Into the Mahuka site question.
Campbell has enough to do If he
would efficiently administer the duties
of his office, without bothering his
head about the mistakes of ninety
nine per cent of the population of
Honolulu He has enough troubles
present nnd prospective without go
ing abroad In the country nnd deliv
ering wise savings about what ho
thinks and what ho hopes and what
he would have and how ho would
glory In tho beauties of his own con
celts If Honolulu would only take tho
cuo and do us ho wants
Hut Honolulu won't accept Camp
bell as Its guide and counsel on mut
ters of tho Mahuka site That ques
tion Is settled, nnd Campbell could
occupy his tlmo as n public officer to
far bettor advantage If ho would ful
mlnato on something that docs not
rouse tho ire of every man who wants
to see Honolulu grow and the Federal
building put up within tho lifetime of
tho present generation.
Campbell should recognize Hut
thcro nro othcrB In Honolulu besides
his Immortal and sovorclgn self.
In thlH Issue of the K v o u I n g
Hill lot In for tho llrat tlmo ap
pears a novol feature pngo of adver
tising containing tho Christmas an
nouncements of twenty or nmro Ho
nolulu firms. Tor the paiit thrco
years illustratod pages of this kind
have been run In the Bulletin
nt this tlmo of the jear for tho bene
fit of the ndvortlsor who wnntij a
pictured page for his advertising.
Tho first j ear tho page gavo a pic
ture of n Christmas tree decorated
with tho mercantile announcements
of local firms. Last j ear's page was
run under tho caption of, "Tho Mod
ern Christmas riyor" and ropresonto
ed nerlal machines fairly covered
with advertising. This jear the pic.-1
turei bIiowh a boy with a rather
dreamy expression amusing himself
blowing soap bubbles and ovldontly
nt the same time dreaming of what
Santa Clans 1ms in store for him.
The bubble page, un it ban bcon
dubbed, will bo found on page 20 i
Undoubtedly U will piove as profit
able for store publicity purposes as
have. tho former feature pages.
A large spilng wagon heavily lo-iil
ed, was put out of.coiniuUHlon on He. l,
Jhol Ktrectjllilsfprcnnoris (WiiT'tho'l'
roar wheels collapsed, letting Iho body
drop to tho giounil.
Houses For Rent
'No. Bedrooms. Trice
Aica 3 $50.00
Kaimuki, .Ttlr1 0 45 00,
Kamehnmchn IV Hd.-.. 4 25.00
Lewers Road 3 30.00
Knmehnmcha IV Rd. 4 25.00
Wflipio 3 12.00
Bates Street 4 50.00
Knmchameha IV Rd. 2 15.00
Kinau Street .......... 3 30.00
Bcrctania Street 3 30.00
Wnialac Read 3 32.50
School S'rect 3 40 00
Bcrctanfa 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 Buildinc on
Adams Lane. A telephone call will
bring a boy for your message.
I SUNDAY SERVICES
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
9.50 a m, Illblo School: Mr IM.
Tovvxo, Hupt. Miss Helen J. Slo.m
has been secured to Instruct tho
fcchool In special Christinas music.
l(l;00 a. m. Men's I.onguo Illblo:
Under tho direction of tho Assistant
Minister, "Comparison of Jesus Itlc.il
Social with Modern Socialism"
lt:00 Morning Worship. Reception
of now members. Communion mes
sago by tho Minister. Co.umiinlon
Service, "Your Host Now" t
fi:30 p. in , Chrlsthn l?ndcavoj
"Tho Liro Worth Wlillo." Mr. Ira D.
Canficld will lend. t
7:30 p. m., Hvcnlng Service lit.
Sciddcr will speak on "Tho Klcrnal
Tho Doulilo Quartet Choir will sing
ill uoui ciiurtu BC'ivict".
livery ono most cordially Invited.
Real Estate for Sale
Just what you have been waiting
for. w ,
Building lots 'within walking dis
tance of business district at a reason
able price. ' .
"WALKER LOTS" ,
King Street; lots rf0xl50.'
$900 to $1,200.
There arc only 12 of these lots,
nil beautifully-' planted in shrubs
FORT ANDtMEROHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
: re8 nswniSJ):
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 Xmas Rush
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
Ilerrtanla .ivcuuo and Millar street.
Sunday, Derenibcr lilt, 1910.
Sunday School, 9:15 u. in: II. II.
I'riMChliiR Service, 11:00 n, in.: J.
V. Wniliunn, I). D.
Kpwnrlh League, G:30 p. in.: Mis,
S. S, I'nxson,
Tronrhliig Servlco, 7:30 p in,: Hov,
A A Hbeisolo
Dr Wndmaii will prcadi at thu
(Special II u 1 1 c t I n Correspondence)
HILO, Hawaii, Dec. I!. When tho
Htm of Hatkfild & Co, Inst Saturday
n on u (debrated tho opening of Its
magnificent new' business block on tho
corner of Kront nnd Walanuciiiin
sticets, tho event was participated In
by practically tho entire community.
And tho community might well cele
brate, for not only was tho entertain
ment n lavish one, but the addition of
n splendid new- nnd modern building
Is a distinctly vnluablo asset In the
growth of tho city.
A general invitation hail been ex
tended for n reception to last from
noon until 2 p. m., but so well did
thoso who attended enjoy themselves
Hint It wnB after 3:30 p in. when tho
lust guests left the place. I'coplo
from nil over Illlo nnd tho neighbor
ing villages attended tho event. All
classes wera represented, nnd gucsis
of nil races and nationalities thronged
the rooms. Manager 1'nul llartcts, as
sisted by tho office nnd storo staffs,
and Assistant Mnnnger Unpens, did
tho honors for tho firm, nnd mndo cv
cryono feel at homo.
The entertainment was elaborate
and lavish, as Is alwajs tho caso when
tho firm of Hnckfeld & Co. Is the host.
Chnmpngno wns served without stint
or measure, nnd nn excellent cold tn
bio provided n luncheon. Tho build
ing hail been decornted with palm
leaves nnd lings, much tnsto having
been shown In this work, which w-ns
done under tho direction of Mr. Hlmc
nnd Decorator Hale, who had charge
of tho painting and decorating of the
building. Tho dpcorntlons lent nn nlr
of festivity lo tho occasion, but wcro
modest enough to allow tho rich Inte
rior finishing In benutlfully polished
koa to show- up to full ndvnntnge. It
was evident at a glance, that tho local
branch of Hnckfeld & Co. will from
now- on hnvo n homo which Is second
to nono In tho Islnnds.
Tho celebration wns begun by the
setting off of Innumerable firecrnck-
ers, a gift from tho Chinese friends ofl
tho firm. Tho Japanese business men
had provided tho exterior decoration
of tho building, consisting of long fes
toons of Jnpancso lanterns. During
tho reception tho County Hand, se
cured through tho courtesy of tho
Hoard of Supervisors, provided music,
assisted by a Hawaiian orchestra
which held forth In the main hall.
Tho movo of Representative lCclll
nol nnd Senator Malickau to have tho
next Legislature placo tho schools
wholly under County control, would
mean tho beginning of tho end. How
ever horrible tho condition of our
roads, wo hnvo had consldcinblo prldo
In tho efficiency of our schools; but
wo fear that If they were nils managed
by our Hoard of Supervisors, as tho
roads have been, nnd ns school house
repairs havo been for the past 5 car,
wo should havo to blush redder than
a turkei -gobbler. Thcro wouldn't bo
much left but for Washington to step
in and glvo us military or commission
government. Kohnla Midget.
:: u xt :: :: t: n :: :: n n tt :fc :: ::
morning service, and his subject will
bo 'Tilendshlp." Thq Sacrnniont of
tho hold's Supper will bo administer
ed at tho closo of his millions In thu
morning. This will proh,thl)fho tho
last sorvlro of this kind In tho-'prcsent
building, so a full attendance of all
(ho members and fi lends Is earnestly
Hov. A. 'A. ITborsolo will preach at
tho evening service Ills subject tub
on from John 17:3, will bo "Tho Cen
trnl Truth of our Itollglon."
Coiner Alnkea and King streots.
9: 15 a. m. Illblo School. V. O. Hall
Supt, International Lesson.
11:00 a m. Servlco. Subject, "Tho
Tall mid Iho I'lomlbo," address byC
3:00 p. in., aiom Mission Sunday
School, Supt L'll Snider,
0:30 p. in., Y. I. S C. H. Subject,
"Tho Woilh of Llfo"
7-30 p in, Special Missionary Sci-vlt-o.
c. W. II M. In charge.
AH nio coidlally Invlled to attend
Ihcho sci Ices, Strangers and visitors
In our city nio vvolcomcd,
LATTER DAY SAINTS, REORQAN
King street near Knplolaiil,
0:15 a in., Siindny School, Lesson
tliiunp: "Paul An Apostlo. r ,
11 a. in.. Monthly Sacrament nnd
l'rnjor Set vice.
fl p in., Zlon's Rellglo Society, Les
son topic: "Destiuctlou of tho Neph
lies," Ameilcn, A. D. 381.
7 15 p in., Kvenlng Worship. VM
or (J .1. Waller, speaker
All nio cordlnlly Invlled.
llcglmilug tomorrow spiritual exer
cises will bo held nt tho Roman Ciitlio
lie Cathedial evoiy evening nt 7
o'clock, Ull Sunday, Dccombor 11th,
with tho exception of Snliirdaj, the
loth Tho oroiclses will consist of
tho in aj lug of thu Itosary, uu Dig
llsh scinion on tho fundamental tint lis
of lellglou, and boiiedlcllon All mo
coi dlall) Invited to uislst lit the sci
Without Candy Would
Not Be Christmas for
Palm Candies arc mado fresh every day
as only expert candy makers know how lo
Largest fresh stock of Gunthcr Candies
have just been received. Fancy Boxes for
Churches and Sunday Schools supplied at
Please the children by ordering your
Christmas Candies here. Remember the
Palm test is "The Best."
NEW TRIMMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WJXHELMINA
K UYEDA 1028 Nuuanu St-
All Our Holiday Pictures
nre reproductions from the vvorlis of Hip gn.it iimslrrH. WV him
them from Hie lnciiilu- prints In the llm-sl of hand. colored iplc.
I'lin- Hue of moulding siiltalilc fur framing IIicm- nllr.iclhc gift
Kodak Diwlopliig mid Printing.
Arts arid Crafts Shop
The Importance of ,
PURITY IN FOOD ' !,
cannot bc overlooked by the careful housewife. Jellies,
Piescrvcd Fruits, Ketchups, Relishes, Pickles, etc., nrc too
often put up with harmful preservatives nnd aitificinl
flavoonp; end coloring matter.
ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE.
All the famous "57" nt your RTOccrs.
MAY BE SETTLED
Hawaiian Board Will Hold
Conference with "Insurg
ents" of Church.
Hov. II. II. I'arKcr, tho veteran
pastor of Kavval.ihao Church, who
was interviewed this morning In his
oirjce, stilted that ho has no objec
tion to tho appointment of tho Hoard
of Trustees; but, emphasized tho fa t
that tho tlmo Is not 5 ft rlpo for Im
mediate action, im scinio of tho
church members are planning now.
This Is Iho point over which the con
troversj has arisen. ,
Hov. Mr. PnrKor Is inthor roluct
ant to speak about tho church mat
ters. Ho tinted that tho church
t-ontiovorsy which appeared In print
has apparently led tho pcnplo to ho
llovo that there Is something wrong
with the management of tho church
pioporty, which he has controlled
with success nnd satisfaction for
many years. ,
In discussing the oilg'n of tlii
trouble, which aropo between hlm
felr nnd tome of tho members, Mr.
ParUor Btated thnt the most objec
tlonablo features, so far ns the action
on tho committees part was con-
cx'rned, was tho secret meetings al '
leged to have been held by them over
tho appointment of the Hoard of
This method of holding secret
meetings, ho said, was "i.ithor un
derhand." ll.li) they discussed tho
matter with hint agreeably, ho s-ild,,
tho whole thing would havo boi'i
Bottled amicably. Hut as they iio-
Phone 201 1
ceeded to stir tho things up, hs they
did, during tho pnit fovv days. It Is
apparent that somo oiltsldo liilliionce
would huvo to bo called In ioiisu',.i
tloti, in order to settlo tho dlrror.
ences between tho p.ibtor nnd Iho
Ono of tho members of tho 10111
nilttco of twelve Informed the II u I
lotln this morning thnt tho oin
mlttco hns been Invito 1 by tho llii
wall.ui Hoard of Missions to meet at
a certain fixed dato to dlsuibs tho
chin cli nrfiilrs of Kawulahao, tome
tlmo next week.
What tho members of tho Ha
waiian Hoaid want to ndvlso, or to
tell tho so-called Insurgents f Ka
wulahao Church, remains to lie
It Is hollcved, hovvovor, that tho
Insui gents will ho advised to Mop
tho agitation, and to bury their
hatchetB and call ovoi thing off.
This suggestion, if presented at ull,
nt the Joint conference of the mom
boi h of Ktivvaluhao nnd Hawaiian
lloiril of Mission, will bo objected to
by the Insurgents, wild one of them
Some of tho old-time members of
Kawnlnhno Church aio strongly op
posed to the method of procedure
ndopted by the Insurgents, They
bellevo thnt the property of thu
church could be best, handled and
managed by the veteran pastor, ns
evidenced during hs long seivlfo of
Hev John Aklna, pastor nf Wnl
mea Church, Walmea, Kauai, nald
that Hev Mr. Parker has dono well
In the management of tho church
property, nnd ho therefore sees no
reawin wlintover why tlio llonrd or
Trustees sjiould be appointed at this
time Hev. Mr AMnn will occupy
the pulpit of Knwalahno Church to
morrow moi nlng. He Is a powerful
speaker. The Minlille' Is Invited fft
l. wmriflii. AMn-. . , j,