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BAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 KJdk Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Youth has vision. It 5$ young eyes
that see the' invisible. Wlien we
were children we saw phoits, and
Santa Claus. and anccls. and ciants.
They were real. W'4 played with
them. Old people wondered why we
laughed and capered and shouted.
When we told them they shook their
heads and smiled indulgently. Hav
ing eyes they saw not. and having
ears they heard not, what we saw
and heard. Qod has put into our
young eyes and ears some subtle
alembic that transformed the beg-
early elements of the commonplace
into the glory and trappings of
knights and kings and courts. l)r,
Morry Christmas to nil Hawaii.
' Hoodlums nml mosquitoes nro In
the. snmo clnss on Christmas me.
They must be eliminated
Commissioner Keefe has no morry
Christmas message for tho Filipino
unless he remains nt homo.
Absence makes the lienrt grow
fonder" but presents, not absence,
hastthe "fonder" stunt In tow.
, After Christmas begin to shop
early for tho Floral Parade. Thero
Is always something doing In Hono
lulu. The llulletln will not bo Issued
mi .Monday, that day being ghon 6vcr
to the employes of tho paper for
their Christmas outing.
Although the first pure, food ord
inance has been killed, that Is no
reason why ono Bhould not be passed
that, will Improve conditions in the
It would be good business from a
public health standpoint to pass nn
ordlnanco requiring that every house
and every public assembly hnll be
screened against mosquitoes.
' Should nny of the proud rich lack
for happiness In the Christmas son
son, iney nave oniy 10 impersonate
Santa Claus, give freely, and the Joy
-will follow as the day follows night.
' "Great Ilrltaln's best Christmas gift
Is the triumph of popular govern
ment as shown In the good sense of
tho "people who voted for tho elimin
ation of the House of Lords as a
power to veto anything worth while.
, While Impersonating good old San
ta Claus tonight hnvo a care In regnrd
to flreT Many n Christmas ove has
been turned Into an evo of mourning
through thoughtlessness on this ono
Jluslness men who have mado their
fortunes in Hawaii should novcr al
low It to be said that Honolulu's
growth was checked because no one
would -build the cottages necessary
to house the steady Increase of tour
Mr. Keefe would do a good work
for Hawaii If he could say some
thing that wll spur European Immi
gration Agent Campbell to deliver a
fejv positive results In return for his
ejrtetided absence from the Territory
ai ino laxpayerB expense.
Thero will be no stumbling-blocks
or"prohlbltHe resolutions for the man
with aV scheme or JIawnll If 'the
schome' Is right The man behind' the
scheme must bo' In the' same class
with the man behind the gun, work
ing for the good of the community.
jAh this paper understands It,
drand Jurors who indicted Lane
could not testify to having been
swayed by prejudice, without thereby
declaring that they had violated their
ou'th". as Grand Jurors. So tho out
cpnie, of thai phase of the Lane case
could be easily forecast H Is un
fortunate that tho progress or a. trial
tSr "siitli ofserlous causefBhould, be
marked with so much 'feeling, that
, apparently has, nothing to do with
thVTlaw and tho evidence.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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P Ytir tnywhtrt CinuU,, I. net
PerYeir mt'd, toiutn a.cxi
ntmed the Potiorfic at Ifonolbla
u Rcond-clit milter,
DECEMBER 24, 1910
PnnlnlllniT limn ulm mnlrn n itll1.-
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crnto attempt on tho life of n follow
uviiiK may uo no exmniuon 01 i.nnr
Ity, hut tho real question nt Isvie Is
what Inlliionce It will have on other
men II red with a murilcroin uplrlt.
Delegate Kulilo says ho will never
ngnlti run for public olllco while, .Mr.
Krenr Is (lotcrnor. Thnt would iniiku
Krour n logical candidate for Dole
Kate no us to glvo him tho full pleas
ure of Koine bpforo tho people to mi
Bucr for his administration
What would be the condition In
Hawaii If the average Income of hlg
business were six per cent and ll.o
laborer on the plantation got .loro
to put In general circulation? Tint
Is the query that Mr Keefe seems to
hao constantly In mind.
Thero may bo some doubt whether
tho Federal Government would iny
more than $3.".0,000 for the Maliu'ta
site extension, but there should bo
no question of Honolulu's readiness
to mnko up the difference by a city
Appropriation from public funds.
Mnny will fall to see tho reason
why new rond construction should
bo carried forwnrd under the direc
tion of the Superintendent of I'ubllc
Works when tho city authorities nro
more cnpablo of doing it in full ac
cord with the conditions made by tho
Following Its declaration of nn
clnbornto schemo for Its navy deel
opment, Japan expresses Its appre
ciation of tho necessity for pence In
tho Orient. Great minds run In the
same direction. Wo nro also building
a great navy thnt wo may bo moro
certain of keeping tho peaco in tho
Hawaii will bo represented In
Washington by a bruco of workers
nnd attorneys cupablo of making
things lly when they once get start
ed. May It all redound to the bene
fit if not the glory of the islands, nnd
prnduco nothing thnt will retard
progress in other lines than water
All tho material blessings that could
be reasonably asked huo been show
ered upon Hawaii by a kindly Prov
idence in the lust year.
No community on oarth could ap
proach the holiday season In a hap
pier spirit If happiness may bo se
cured through material prosperity
Tho fields hnve yielded nn abund
ance. The products of our Industry
have been In demand In the world's
markets at tho highest prices. The
most favorable conditions hao pre
vailed In overy lino of activity In
which our fellow citizens arb engaged
for a. livelihood. Tho country has en
Joyed freedom from serious dumngo
or disaster from tho elements or nny
form of pestilence.
Abundant prosperity has reigned
on overy hand. The community ns
a whole comes to the Christmas sea
son with Its lap literally brimming
full of the good things of life, fig
ured on the basis of material things.
And all this avails nothing If there
be not Charity.
Not the parsimonious, brass bund,
sanctimonious and -pretentions char
ity that degrades both the giver and
the beneficiary. Hut tho whole
hearted, contagious, generous char
ity toward our fellowmen that uplifts
und makes the brotherhood of man
more of a reality; tho charity thut
makes kindly nets, kind words, mid
good deeds pour forth ns naturally
and luxuriously as tho land hns giv
en forth tl.o fullness of Its productiv
ity. Christmas Is a season when the
cost Is not counted. The spirit of the
giver, tho Joy of doing for others, the
life iind'illglit oTroodjTwIll, Is L onco
tlio well slirlng mid tlie'goal oflium
an ambition, Charity that. Is kind, Is
not puffed up, vaunteth not Itself,
stir nil human life Id the hi ma of
happiness nt till period when p
celebrnto Hip nnnUcrsnry of tho birth
of Mini who set the rxntnplo '" Hi"
rhnrllnliln gler of Hip greatest mul
.Men will glvo freely to their nn,
ntid others less fnrtumtta will tin pro
filed for llbernlly. It Ik well ten
each to rIo according to his means.
Thoso who hnc gnlncd mtirli of III In
world's goods (ttitxilil bestow thought
fill mul kindly nctii villi n linlnli liiitut
Hint happiness mul life's comfortii
limy bo found In n larger measure In
tlio homos of the poor or distressed.
Hut when nil In biiIiI mul done, It
Ik not llio quantity Hint In kIvpii but
tlm spirit In which It In tendered that
satisfies Ilia Inner conxclenco nnd
makes of Christmas day n season
that Is Indeed Joyous, mul 111 la tho
world with tho cheeriest merriment.
ltnllroud engineers nro probably
contemplating n strlko merely on tho
matter of wages. Tho Intest statis
tics of casualties on tho railroads of
the country glo un nppnllng record
that might well cnuso tho public to
go on Btrlko for better guarantees of
safety for cmplo)cs nnd patrons of
tho roads For tho year ending Juno
30 thero wcro 1013 moro people killed
nnd I8,t.4 more persons Injured on
steam ro.tds than In tho previous
twelve months. Tho total number
killed In tho past official yenr was
3S04 nnd 81!,37l Injured. Tramps as
well ns passengers, victims nt cross
lugs as well ns rnllro.id cmplojes,
wcro probably Included 111 tho totnl.
Tho nggregata Is so largo ns to bo n
national disgrace. Kvldently there
exists n degree of carelessness that
would not bo permitted In nny other
country, und the hope Is thnt In some
manner tho nuthorltles, Stnto nnd
Federal, will find n way to pnd tho
annual slaughter. Think of 5801 col
lisions nnd u9IO derailments In ono
yenr! Ib It tho frenzied American
hasto to do things In tho quickest
possible time, or la It n national loose
ness of method, thnt Is 'responsible
for tho faulty operations of tho rail
roads? YOUNGSTERS GET
Bishop Estate Makes Out Gen
erous Lease to Children's
Tho lllshop Estate has Just pencill
ed a lenso that Is In the nnturo of
n splendid Chi It mas gift to tho joung
stors of tho Children's Frco Kinder
garten. Tho Kstnto has glvon tho
Klndergirten n IHojcar lenso on a
vacant tract at tho corner of Smith
and llcretnnla streets.
The terms of tho lenso nro so gen
erous that it practically amounts to
n frco gift. For tlio nominal sum of
SI, tho Estate leases the land to tho
Kindergarten Association which Is to
pay tho tnxes on tho land. The Km
tato must gho sixty das notice of
removal. Under tho terms of tho
lllshop Estnto will and restrictions
ImiKised by legal procedure, tho state
cannot niako a gift of Its property,
but tho lease Is next thing to It.
Tho grounds are now being cleared
tip, and a matron will liavo chargo of
tho youngsters on the playground.
CABLE IS DEAD
S. S. Dickenson Passes Away
at His Home in New
News wna received yesterday of
tho death In Now York of S. S. Dlcl
enson, who superintended tho laying
of tlio cable here.
Mr. Dickenson roso from a tele
graph operator to he one of the nc-
tlvo heads of tho Commercial Pacific
Cablo Company, and was an oxpert
In electrical engineering Hues. Ho
officiated nt the formal opening of
tho cablo here, January 3, 1903. At
tho time of his death ho wns general
superintendent of tho cnblo com.
pany and mado his hcadquartors In
Announcement was mado on ' tho
stock exchange this morning of a cut
In Popookeo dividends, from Si month
ly to fiO cents monthly. As In tho
ease of tho dividend cuts, this nctlun
was not unexepecteil. Tho now rnto
will go Into effect on the first of tho
Trading In tho market wns fairly
brisked today, with tho general tnno
firm nnd somo hopo that after tho
week's vacation of tho oxchuugo u
rise In juices will prevail.
HOUSES FOR RENT
KnlmiiU, "Hi Ac..., C
Kntnelianioha IV, ltd. , 4
Letters ltd 3
Kniuehanieha IV. ltd.. 4
KmiiPhmnchn IV, ltd. . 2
Klnnii Bt .1
Wnlnlan ltd Z
School St 3
lleretanla nnd Alnpal.. 4
Kluati St 4
Klnnit St. ...i n
Cnrtwrlght ltd 2
Niiunmi St t
Young St 2
TRENT TRUST CO.,
Threp-bedroom Iioiiip on
King St.; iipw, with
nil m odor 11 rnuve
nlenees; lot 100x110.
Throo.bedroom houso on
ICalaltaua Ave.; hard'
w-ood Moor, beautiful
Interior finish. Price 4250
Seven ncres with two
bedroom bungalow, gn
rnge, etc., In Mnnnn. A
sio.OOO property for... 5000
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Leave your orders for n crate of
SIX CHOICE PINES nt 72 King
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
AUDIT COMPANY OF
B24 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box G40
Conducts all classes of Audits and
(nvestitrations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial worV
Snircestioni riven for timnlifvine
or systematizing office work. All
Mnkao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oahu
Wo offer these desirable beach lots
situate on tho windward eldo of Oahu
for leaso for a twenty (20) year term
at a moderate rental.
Lota are 100x300.
This property can be reached by
, A "Bargain in Mokiki District for
'(', ' $3250
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
When You Want to Send a
Call Up 1574 and a Boy Will Come
for the Message
When a man Is under a cloud lilm
felf Ik) Is always Interested In tlio
tloi'ds of oilier peoplo.
Mnny n hot tlino has boon Btarlrd
by a cold bottle.
Somo lazy men get credit for having
n lot of patience.
902 Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
Fine Wines and Liquors
Sole Agents for
Cream Rye Whiskey .
Old Jas.E. Pepper Whiskey
R. E. Wathen &
High Grade Kentucky Whiskey aged in wood, sold
by the gallon.
A Home Production.
The Bartiett ,
A NATURAL Mineral Water, the Bestfor Tafile
and Medicinal Purposes.
Special Attention Paid to Family
Deliveries made to all
BETTER ORDER THAT
BEFORE THE 0HER FELLOW
Wc will have some of the same strain we sold at Thanks
giving time. There was nothing wrong about them.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 1814
Continued on Pace 4.
"Tho possibilities of tboso dlstilcU
for longevity nnd health aro snmo
thing wonderful. Just ns soon as tho
lioaltli-sccklng world realizes that J
such valuablo cllmnto can bo found
right hero near this beautiful city of
Honolulu, peoplo, both rich nnd ioor,
will como from nil jinrtB of tho wldo
wot Id to sccuro tho health, rest and
happlposs they nro looking for. In
deed, to find perfect health and longe
vity peoplo will como regardless of
cost or dlstnnco ns theso nio tho,
most to bo desired things for liro,"
Mr. Stanton of tho Knlmuki Land
Co., Ltd., Is very much Interested In
Dr. Ill Irks' discovery Inasmuch ns It
pmvns his contention that tho Knt
inukl district Is tho most healthful
plnco to live.
There never has been In Honolulu
such n largo nnd carefully selected
stock of popular fiction nnd boolci for
children ns nro bolng shown nt A. H.
Arlelgh & Co, Ltd., Hotel noar Fort
street. This Is tho place to go for
these books nnd for handsomely
bound gift books.
I'AYNH 111 Honolulu, December 21,
1910, to Mr. und Mrs. Pnjuo, 11
parts of the city.
Occasionally a man Is Innocent
enough to licllovo n girl loves him bo
causo sho tolls lilm sho does.
What doth It pioflt n woman if her
servant keeps tho commandments In
tnct nnd breakelh all her crockery?
Jcnolrj- N liked Ii) euryone.
It Is the gift fur Christum. Tho
tilling of Jcnrlrj dors not
ut'CosNarlly mean (lie upending
of n lot of money. In our
largo stock )ou can llud In.
numerable articles of unciim
iihiii design nt 11 moderate price.
Our goods nro new nnd the
lines nro (tj extensile.
H. F. Wichman
& Cq Ltd.,