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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, X H.. WEDNESDAY, PR". 7, 1010,
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At 120 Kin Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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f-l Cl-lBuslness Office, - 2256
Ti' rvrrv man ts occnnicJ. and oc
cupied in the highest employment of
which his nature is capaotc, ana aie
with the cons:iousness that he has
'done his best. Sydney Smith.
Simp not only curly lint of.eti. That
will rI you ilio necessary liuppl
ncB to curry you llirouitli two diiya
ot ClirlatmnH cliecr.
Our present Supcrvlsum coulil well,
ntTurd to,hold n few special lucotlnKS
If extru llnio should be needed to
llulsli up tlio work that him lieen
rlarted itming their term ot olllcc.
AMIni? iiti tlin Hiltt05ttlnn nf thn
A Supremo Court, nro. tho candidates
' who marked ballots of voters In the
Knkunko precinct to lie Riven u ship
on the wrist.
Manou's leading Insurgent now
captains I In Itcliiibllcuu Territorial
IT luiiiimacu wiiu n iieurynuiKiii iruui
V.- tlio Klfth tit supply whatever linllust
ff may he, needed.
Wlmt'8 this nbout tlio Cur' Is bill
to regulate tlio Hawaii liquor tralllc
by Fcilurul Inwl Will It ! ncccs-
sury lo forever llKht tlio blleht thuL
(' mlBKUlded fools would fasten upon
J.."...... r,w..'il!ir l.lr 1 1 1 ,. n ttn tl.n .tw.u
a. i..i ivunv. wj v..u..vu v ,.,. .wo
ft . . c 1 1) 1 o iKnorunco of Congress?
Commissioner Kccfo will learn lots
of tilings by making u general tour
of the Islands and talking freely with
everyone. What Is likely to Impress
him most will bo the discovery that
no nnn Is likely to do anything but
assist him In getting at all the rcul
Kx-Speakcr John O. Carllslo was
i;o poor at tlio time, ot his death that
friends contributed to pay his fun
"crul expenses. Hut tlio nanio and
fame of Carlisle will he fresh In the
memory of Americans many years
uftcr this year's crop of millionaires
lias paseed from thought.
President Taft could not Imvo pre
sented u message more acceptable to
Americans who understand tlio Im
portante of tlio work cut out for our
country In tlio l'aclllc for the next
ten or twenty years. San Fruncls-
caiiH might possibly Imvo added u
recommendation for tlio Punuma-I'a-elite
exposition, but 'otherwise 'to ask
moro would bo hoggish.
I'm Chairman Atkinson's retirement
1 from tho Republican Territorial Com-
t.mlt.fco comes as a complete surprise,
Aland If memory serves correctly this
""Hs tho toctind tlmo In his career 'tlmt
Rlio has retired from politics. Mo hns
been ut tho head of tho committee'
"through two successful campaign!
und secretary in a third. This en-1
titles him to retire If lie sees lit, but
ltlio thought of this being permanent
dllllcult to believe.
(onolulii Ix to see a real fljflnp
machine, nnd local philanthropist?
lujve an opportunity to inuke them-
t'(iv(!s mid tho Islands 'famous by
liun'glng up trophies In 410,000 'lo'ts
qfor lllghts direct front Honolulu, to
Wib. This ought to. appeal to the
gentleman wiio wunteil'To Improve
"ho (inter-Island transportation by ex
tending Intor-stato commorce laws to
i,tJ)Pi Territory, nnd It would bo quite
na practical as wotl as less expensive
j-.in tho long run.
., Tnlin T.f.lia lma .frtnn file foil .I..I.
ft, --" " " " "
wi iijMiin menus in currying uie Ron-
jest for his election to u Until dec!-
i " ulot( on all points. The result of the
two campaigns made by Mr. Uiuo
L, shows tlmt ho liasiu tremendous fol-
. lowing but the margin of luck has
P.' '"ItLrfAn .tl.UK LI.1 n.,.,nn.nl .Ah t...t-..
jfTil.fl.'ypt-entssP w In-
r.tnnco nnu uiiy in unnuior maiccs it
plain that the voters ot this city und
county tire very evenly divided,
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tsltrnl it Iht fonlotfm 11 ttanaala
u iccontl-tliis miller.
DECEMBER 7, 1010
TAFT'S BROAD STATESMANSHIP.
Americans have u President In tlio
White House who understands that
tlio Pacific ocean Is tho great Held of
tho greatest future nctlvltlc3 of the
This may bo n truism to anyone
who knows Mr. Tuft, but It seems
that the digest of tjioit President's
riicBsage that, was presented to our
readers Tuesday mnlics this fact
moro Impressive than any public ut
terances from tho Whlto House In re
Development of Pearl Harbor, Its
fortification, iiIfo the fortification of
tho Panama' canal and n mcasuro to
build up tho American merchant mar
Inn nro cardinal points In the mes
sage, showing that tho President be
lieves that wo should carry our own
great commerce, also establish dom
inating lines of communication, and
these must be protected at all times.
This of course applies., to Amcrl-,
can activity in nil oceans, hut mbrc.
especially to tho Pacific where our
country has taken n leading position
and must do something moro aggres
sive than Is now necessary on tho At
lantic to hold its own nnd establish
permanent authority and control.
It Is significant of the President's
purposes that In reducing tho general
expense of administering the gov
ernment ho urges with especial vigor
the measures tlmt bear particularly
on tlio necessities of our progress in
tho Pacific. This ho docs without sac
rificing the Interests of the country
In Its domostlc development or tho
fulfilment of Its proper destiny In any.
othor pnrt of tho world.
Pet-haps tho Congressmen from tho
Interior districts will not appreciate
whnt'n grand work President Taft Is
doing for his country In consistently
contesting for ships to carry on
commorcc nnd other ships to protect
our commerce, but tho President Is
nevertheless displaying broad states
manship which oven the back coun
tryman nnd tho pcaco crank will und
erstnnd If they havo tho fcood fortune
'o llvo during the next ten years.
(Continued from Pace 11
tow iciva"t 'iliply the business
mutes' along that thoroughfare.
It istclnlmeil that tho mains now
In use woro laid many years ago. Tho
hiporvlhor iclted an Instance occur
ring within tho last few months,
where tho pipe near the Intersection
if Port and Hotel streets had Jjurst
ind tho Btrcet was flooded with wn
'er for some t'lmo until tho workmen
wcro teciircd to mako tho necessary
The Contention is mailo that new
mil'' larger' water mains should bo
,'ahl jiloug Fort street. Tho work
'alls to the lot of the Territorial
publl'i works to perform, but that
'irniich of the government has, given
is Itn opllnon that the laying of new
7lpes V(ih"not bo iircdmpllslieil In
fess tflan two years' time. '. .'
ThcV hoard was made to reallte last
night that this' meant that the (lave
ment Cthat-Js going down on ''Fort
street will have to bo'torn.iup In
sumclent quantities to permit tho' ru
newajmf tho water mains, as woll as
mako new connections Icaillug'ilnto
the attittlng property.
MOST HAVE BAND
.(Continued Jrom Pa?,l)
together when the great number of
vlfltnrs rffo here during Hint month
It will ho a dlBgrnro to tho commu
nity. "The parade committee thinks Indl-
FOR BIG PARADE
A GOOD HOME OR A GOOD
TRENT jTRUST -CO:, -jLtd.i
Two Fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
IF YOU WANT TO SEND A
CALL UP 1574 AND A BOY WILL
COME FOR THE MESSAGE
vliluully nnd collcctfvcfy that tho
band must bo present In Its full
strength to niako the parade- a suc
cess, and if ncreseury luflucnco will
be brought to hear ,wlth tho city anil
. entity cmclnls to pay the men mora
money to that the organization may
ho kept togetlies."
(Continued from Pace 1) '
a white Is not reasonable. The Amer
ican passengers would rather travel
on a steamer whoso pursor Is tin
American nnd, besides, tlio liaolo
pui'fcr Is mora accommodating to tho
passengers than tho Japanese purser.
"Tho whlto purser Is very 'slnnrt'
In getting tho trade. It Is 'largely
duo to tho popularity of u purser and
tho captain that tho Japaticso Unci's
can get- the trade.
"Thq Japanese purser has not yet
f aferhouse . Trusf
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oahu
Wo offer thc3o desirable beach lota'
rltuato on tho windward sldo of Oahu
for leaso for n twonty (0) year term '-'iti.
at a moderate rental.
j;ots'aro 100x300. ' ,fK:.'J.''
., This proporty can bo xeacJiqili b'yOi(
A' Bargain in Makiki District 'for " ;
' $3250' '
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
We use the same crafts,
manlike .methods in making
our frames ns in our Christ
mas, Novelties all original
with a well .balanced stock to
Just, Right For.
NOW Is tho tlmo to leave v. i s
for I'llUIT. The S.S. Siena, Bailing
December 1 1, roaches San Kranclsco
Do ember 2U, DON'T M.ISS IT,
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King .Street
got tho grasp of attracilng tho for
eign passengers to trnvel on tho Jnp
aneso liners. In tho Ilrst, place, It Is
essentially necessary Unit ho should
bo nblo to speak tho Engllatt luu
guago lluently und politely. If ho has
not these two quallllcatlons, then he
Is useless, se far as iho business of
tho steamship romp.iny Is coucuvnud.'
"Altliouga it Jupiipesc, I lum luurai
nioio plc.iKii.'u and comfort in trii el
Ititi' iindcr the dlrcctlonit' of u wnlto'
purser on tac Japanese liners AI
Mcst ,ull tlio I'hiiei' know their bus-1
Itifff. well .ind thorcutJlily.
'Tho Idea of tip tlllcers of the To-
1, j'T '
ll iWVK-SU r.it MMIII firi1
, . n
i yii Klscn IC.tl.4nit Company of red.tc-
int. me ireuut rati', I Uniterm m.i, Is
t gel mine lrii.le. Hut, In my opin
ion lliby will in r.et much li uro
L'lt'Mit, tinlorjt tl.rj nro more i.'iireful
I liiiidlltiB It Tin- company lint
liiind'ea tlar poods ltli care, rait-wil
lew oi the l.i'.e, n tlio ono tnul V.'ll
get the Japanese trade.
"Another mntler of. Importanfo Is;
IhjO fycf (hat Hie company Vlilclt
l-end Wit more' teatners for trans
portation business will doubtless get
moro business than the other. 1 1
this case, the l'aclllc Mall line has
inprc filcamcrs In nnswer tin; pur
posn than the To'yo line.
"As for me, I would lmvq my cargo
shipped hor6 from" Japan thriiilgh the
'Hteainers of tho company which has
the most ships running. In this way
tlio cargo will got hero moro quickly,
which, of course Is convenient to mo
nnd to tlio qtlier mclchunts, ns well.''
"It Is hot t wise thing for the Toyo
Klsen Knlshh Company to uttempt to
supplant tho whlto oIMccrs by Japan
ese. In tho long run, It will bo'n los
ing proposition to tho company."
The local Japanese merchants nro
rwiitchlnp with Interest the ncflon' of
the directors of tho Toyo Klson Kill
slm Company In this regard.
Whllo Uencrnt Manager Shlnilstil
of the Toyo linn was horo n few
months ago, he stated most cmpllal
Ically then that nil the Toyo steam
ers, which ply between the United
States nnd the Orient will bo ofTlcored
by whlto' men, with tho exception of
chief engineers, which position, ho
said, cull lie tilled by Japanetc, with
out any, trouble, , ,
MADE A LAW
The slgnaturo of Mayor J.- .) Kern
Is nil that Is required to tuitku Hilt
Nc. 27), calling for tho protection of
food und foodstuffs from flics unci
other Im.ccts, u law.
The ordinance was brought up be
fore the supervisors at their regular
meeting held last evening. It went
tJirough a third leading und had thu
approval ot the majority inembers of
the board. I
j ins measure, was uruwu up uy mu
health committee, with tho assist
nr. 3 of City nnd County Physician
llruco V. foaclitill.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
I..al la. t.Wiudla.tr II... ..nililn.im .. 1 1, ..I
f it t (o ii conclfislon mill bringing thu
valu itlnn of th property boforo u
Jury In tho United States District
In tho meantime tho properly hold
c:s lire preparing til mako a hard li
g-1 light ngiltist tho valuation ot
their holdings ut tho ,$330,000 nppro-
priniou or ma i.ise yoigress. ?
ON THE SIBERIA1;
Hear Admiral Cn.ipa did not ro-
liniln over In Honolulu tint ciiittlnued
tho trip tn tho Philippine onllQBI
bcrfit after m.ik'ing'inn InspQctloii'nt
Pea'tl Harbor whllo tho alcalilCr 'waif
,ln t'ort.. . .
no was cxiicctoii .to remain over
on6 steamer In Honolulu but decided
lo go oil to the .Orient bv the Siberia.
stopp'lnl! ,icro t(ir a lnngor tlmo on
his return 'from tho' Far East, pojbI-'I.I..-'
-'i' .s--. ' -i
Kngllsh was spokon by 23.000,000
rpcoplo at thq. beginning .of tho nlno-
teentti century, rvow, more timu iuu,
000,000 people speak it,
The , I
This is the tfme of year
when you' commence to' think
of Christmas and Christmas
gifts. Jt's hard to. know just
what to' EtTe;-ijust"what-,will
be acceptable. Ourjtore is
full 'of articles' suitable for
gifts at prices' and of vari
ety to please everyone. We
suggest, that ,you .visit our
store and look: over our new
The early shopper' avoids
the crowds, and gets first
choice and better attention.
H. F. Wichman
6 Co.. Ltd.,
Wholesale and retail. Churches and Sunday
Schools supplied. Wo have a larrjc stock at
IMPORTED FRENCH-BON-BONS -
CHOCOLATES, MARSHMALL0WS, ETC.
Finest in the World made fresh every day.
Order your Christmas candies here.
Remember thc-Palni Test is "The Bcst.V .&
. -i 41 ,
in a glass of the
Best Beer Brewed
cannot bc overlooked by the careful housewife. Jellies,'
Preserved Fruits, Ketchups, Hciishc3, Pitkles1 etc., nre!too'''
often put up with harmful preservatives and artificial
flavoring arid coloring matter,
Heinz PiMk :
ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE. ft ...
All the famous "57" at your grocers.
STRAWS and FEDORAS
Nifty White Fedoras, S.eryrceable;
Black Ones All kinds of Straws
' HOTEL STREET, NEAR, FORT
Evening Gowns and
Phone 201 1 "
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v t -n
u - r i frn--i ror-r V - - 117-
Wraps, Laces and Silks
J. Abadiq. Prop, 777 KINO ST.
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