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EVENING BULLETIN, .HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE8DAY, 8EPT. IS, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Fakrinrton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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rt (Juatter, anywhere 'n U.8 ... 2.un
IV Yrar,ftt.vhf-reliiU. 8.00
Pr Veit iwt,nul, Intel itn . 1 3. 00
'I here N mil) nnt fil.ict ulierc
ni.iii inn) lie wild) tlinii:lill-s liN
iliiithhfti. o tlilnUin: should hit lie
Ml lit lit- limit' (here. HikLIii. I
It's Rood Iicwb Hint sold la coining
to thu Islands In tpiutilitics, mid let
us liit tli.it It will stay here. I
Mure people In Honolulu aro inter
ested In their l)o.uil bills than what
Is done under the law pertaining to
JikIkIiik I)' the dispute-lies from
.Maine, they aro still waltliiK to hear
(loin Mattiiwainkeag, .Moost'lcmt'Kiili
tle, Allceush, .Mllii ami way stations
Congressman Kahn talks Ilka a
man who can slro up a sltiiatlon pret
ty clearly lu a comparatively short
time, llesliles his natural good sense,
tho fact that he Is a neighbor of ours
counts for u good dual.
Korty-Rlx thousand carloads of or
anges going out of Southern Califor
nia Is a forerunner of what will be
doing In the pineapple trade of Ha
waii when It is half as old ns the
ornngo Industry of California.
If Morgan takes over the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company he will soon
have n good understanding of the
need for protection to American ship
ping In thin, part of tlie-world. And
lie ought to be reckoned us ono of the
allies for Hawaii's progress in the
It Is unquestionably n mistake to
nssumo that Treasurer Shingle has
'employed Judge Davis as his b pokes J
man while traveling abroad, Hn
knows us welt ns anyone else that a
cumpulgn carried on through the
'mainland newspapers is of no value.
and only the fact that Judge. Davis
sometimes goes off on it political tan
Kent makes It possible that the stories
published In the H.in Franrisco pa
pers are in any senso authentic In
terviews. Sous.i's concerts were tit once a
pleasure and an inspiration. It would
bo Impossible for Honolulu to have
n band equalling Sousa's but when
ever such an organization visits Ho
nolulii wo nro reminded of tlio value
to this city of a well paid, well trained
Hawaiian band recruited to n mem
bership and equipped with lustra
inents that will make, first class music
possible. Double the present money
expended on tho Hawaiian bund would
be a community Investment that
would pay a thousand fold. We have
not the slightest doubt that Merger
does better than Sousti could do with
the Hume money and material, but it
la n community disgrace that he is
not given more to do with.
MAINE'S FINAL VOTE,
The vote on Prohibition in Maino
finally uppeurs to have given such
doubtful majority In favor of retain
ing tho constitutional provision, that
the practical result is a moral victory
for tho opponents of Prohibition.
Tho icsult will mean undoubtedly
the continued control of the State by
the Democrats unless the present
inauagers of tho party make soma
It means that the open saloon will
be continued In the large cities not
withstanding there Is enough law on
EVENING SMILES .
I.ady (to tramp who hud been com- tidy."
missioned In find lost poodle) Tho
poor llttl" darling, whom did you llnd Stranger (In Mis. Hnoney) Wlmt
, rraiup un, a man -an im, miss," .Mrs, iiogan trioui inn poor nnnvej
fled In ii pole, iiml was rleunlnit Ihn That's Hint slob sellln', Mm. linn
windows wlh 'im, I neyT
. Hit lnw i'Miii ihu huh' k'fiH (Im "A (unity Hill vim wwtr iilnmM iwi'
' JtMSllltllMl" lllllllK."
HIii'-'Y'H'i I'MI.IiIihw lt iit'Hhj ey' "Vint) w iln Urn KMilriiry,"
ltt Sit Mootot. ,.. ,Au
Trr Vet, inywbeic lu U S I,uu
Per Ycir viiywherf njUftnsul, l.fto
Pet Vr intfiiM,fHlD.. ... 'J.on
entered ! Ih Poitnrbce u llotmfuln
M Rt-Otltl.ftl Al.llpf
SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
the books to hang every man who
sells liquor Thu light on tho liquor
problem will probably go on, tho
cities voting for wet I'rohlbltlun and
the country demanding that tho law
shall remain, whatever happens in
The whole light leading up to this
plebiscite on Prohibition has been of
a nature that will very probably
place Maine permanently in the list
of doubtful .States.
JAPAN AND ARBITRATION.
Japan is the easiest to please of nil
the nations witlt which arbitration
treaties are to bo negotiated, accord
ing to tho leport gained by thu Wash
ington correspondent of the I) u 1 1 e
1 1 ii.
This Js contrary to nil predictions,
although It may furnish a new argu
ment for the war scare artist who
reads the Senate's comment that the
tieatles aro "war breeders," and then
discovers that Japan is wllllug to ac
cept an arbitration treaty Mom which
all the vexed questions raised by tho
Senate are eliminated. J In t it Is in
line with the common sense view of
the situation that lias been taken by
the majority of the American people.
President Tnft is proving the value.
to the nation of his rating ns ono of
thu world's greatest diplomats when
dealing with problems that have to
do with tho Orient. He knows tho
people, he understands their point of
view and ho Isn't so pigheaded that
ho refuses to allow the other follow
a right to his opinion.
When one stops to consider what
Tuft has done for America In main
taining Its position In, and at tho
sumo time tho friendship of tho Or
iental nations, he must appreciate that
to replaco lilm in otllce with a man
of excellent intentions but who does
not know how, would be ono of the
national calamities of the century. ,
While Taft Is In oftlce wo may ex
pect progress and peace for America
In this part of the world. Tho same
cannot be said of his competitors
now in sight.
U THE LID
(Continued from Pag 1)
lilm, so ho carted It nil over to the
mint. On the way across lie had nn
escort consisting cf n lieutenant and
h men, who rode with tho gold nil
the way. '
When thoy got to the mint the oft!
cluU were kindlier in the extreme.
They gave lr.ni half n million of tens
and another half of lives Just straight
from Hie machine. They took thu gilt
lerlng heap, tucked It nwny In the lit
tle bags and then nailed It devvn and
sealed It III strong boxes. AH tills was
done without costing the Territory a
cent. Another escort took It from tho
mint to the transport nnd then n fresh
guard was placed in charge of it there
and looked lifter It all tho way ncros
nnd nlyo marched right up to tho Cap
itol wiui it tnis morning.
The treasurer 1-ns something of a
"grouch" on Now York. "It may bo
nil right," he said, "for thoso people
who like to make their homes there, but
unless you know anyono keep nwny
from It. They nru tho coldest bunch I
hnve ever happened across.
"All the bushiest men I met put mo
up at their clubs, but nn. sir, Hono
lulu Is tint place for me. All they want
to do In New York Is to kill you, They
will run over you In the streets us
I beautiful chlldicn you have, ma'am!
soon us look ut mui, I met miiiio of
the newspaper bojs up thero and run
ncrnsH one ol them who It getting
tight dolhtts n week anil hopes to get
ten by the first of the year. Just think
of tl When I told thorn of what the
loys here got they nearly fainted nnd
I shouldn't bo stirprlsid If there was
a deluxe of them along soon."
TO CRUISE IN
Proceeding to San Francisco vvhero
ho proposes to secure n sailing vessel
of nbout sixty tons, lilted with auxil
iary power. Captain J. HtelTupv sailed
for the coiLst In tho Oceanic steam
ship Sierra this morning,
Captain Stcffnny now holds n Vnlu
nblo contract with tho flerman gov
ernment for the transport of malls and
rrelght In the south sens, with Pago
Pago ns his headquarters nnd base of
Captain Steffiiny remained at Ho
nolulu for u few days only and dur
ing 'that time looked over several
available veasols but did hot succeed
in coming to satisfactory terms with
Tho skipper has been operating n
fl(t of sailing Vessels from Samoa,
calling at Ttttullu nnd extending down
to Now Caledonia with destination ut
Noumea. Ho Is also interested in trad
ing schooners which make occasional
calls In the Now Hebrides.
Accompanying Captain Steffiiny
were four, husky Siimonns whom he
brought up from tho south seas. These
men will constitute the main body of
his crew, which ho expects will work
the little vessel In making u trip down
from San Francisco.
Captain Stcffany stated to n D ti 1
letin representative this morning
Hint lie thought It unlikely that lie
would call ,ln hciu on his way back
to Samoa as there was no occasion
for doing sb(l While u visitor at tho
port the skipper was shown every
courtesy by local navigators who were
Interested in Ills project.
Although beet quotations show a
marked advance, nnd tho market con
ditions generally lire of tho very best,
the local stock market falls to ex
hibit tho expected stimulus, and the
sales tod.iy show an emphatic though
not extensive slackening all along tho
line, Wutaliui is barely soiling ut
127.H0. Kwu lias dropped nn eighth
of a point, Oahu Sugar n quurter-
-polnt, nnd others In similar propor
Tho bond market Is fairly good.
Mcllryde sixes nro In some demand ut
par. und there was u sale of $4000
Wutalun at lOiT. while Olaa sixes,
ivvhlch have not been active, are up
to S1.no. On the whole, however, the
local market ''is it dull and listless one,
with no large sales to lend It tone.
The ."Crossroads Uookshop" Is tho
appropriate nnmewglvcn 'to a book
stall formerly under the llrm nume of
1 1 row n & I.von Co., Ltd.
The "Crossionds Uookshop Is Just
what tho name Implies In every di
rection and JVMIttlu mnru, for the now
proprietors liavo been ever thought
ful for tho comfort of visitors to tho
Crossroads." Conifortnblo lounging
seats have been put In; n telephone,
that Is for tho convenience of visitors
(patrons or noti-pations) has been
placed where they can be used, and
thu management asks thu public to
use them freoly.
Not forgetting tho principal featuro
of the Crossroads Uookshop, books of
every' description, color, binding, sen
timent and price, including of course,
the latest In fiction, history, romance
and reference will be found iheie.
The Crossroads Uookshop Is mak
ing every preparation for the lirgu
shnre of trade that will surely come
We are talking about Ayer
Hair Vigor. Just note that word
"Ayer's." You are perfectly
safe with it.' No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly does. Stops
falling hair, too. Remember, it's
"Ayer's" we are talking about.
Ask your doctor about your hair
and about Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Get his approval Your own
doctor and "Ayer's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
fiM'U h P. 1. C, iiir k Ct, U..II, Mt.i ,U (. .
4C810 square feet In r) 170-foot
frontline on Kukui street. Two dwell
ing houses on land and eeveral small
on lilted stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell 8tocki and
Bond, and make Inveitmcntt for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. we siiai.i. nn ri.riAsnr) to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
S24 Bethel Street
A Crate ol Six Selected Plnee or a
Large Bunch of Bananai
Simply leavo'your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANV
(With Wells, Foreo Express Company)
FOX ISSUES CHALLENGE
IN SHOOTING COMPETITION
Bert, Fox-fof Fox and Clnlre, tho
cowboy sharpshooters featuring ut tho
Empire, nhs Issued a challenge to
shoot with nny mau;ln Honolulu for
$251), both straight nnd fancy shoot
ing. Tho challenge lias been accept
ed by Harlow, formerly of tho Hough
Itldcrs, and the management of the
Empire Theater have nrranged for the
match to take placa ut the Empire
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Thero lias been a great deal of con
troversy around (own regarding tho
shooting nblllty of Fox and Claire.
Hallow claims to bo u sharpshooter
and ho win be given a chance to show
his ublllty tonight. '
,f v l
HEN a man
L which a't the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
HE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, IJnsy Terms Are Olleietl,
The office hour of the
are from 7 a. m. to St30 p. m. on week
daya and on Sundaye from S to
10 a. m.. and until 11 every
night for thipe'
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
, - ' ' i 1
buys something useful
FOR FALLING HAIR
You Run No Risk When You
Use This Remedy,
We promlso you that, It your hair
Is falling out, nnd you liavo not let
It go too fur, you can repair tho
damage already done by using Ttexall
"93" Hair Tonlcv with persistency and
regularity, far u reasonable length of
time. It Is n nclentlllc, cleansing,
antiseptic germicidal preparation, that
destroys microbes, stimulates good
circuiiuion iiruium iu uuii uuis,
promotes Imlr nourishment, removes
dandvtiff nntl restores hnlr health. It
Is as pleasant to uso on pure water,
nnd It Is dollcntcly perfumed. It Is a
renl toilet necessity,
Wo wunt you to try Itcxnll "03"
Tint rTn.tlM .,llt. ntii. h.Ainl.a ttinl It
will cost you nothing unless you are
perfectly satisfied with Its use. It
conies In two sizes, prices, fiOc nnd
$1.00. Itemember. you cun obtain Itox-
bII Hemcdles In this community only
at our store The Hexnll Store Hen
son, Smith & Co, Ltd.
Dr. Victor B. Clark's figures on the
estimated population for the Islands
for l.he next ten years, n summary of
which lias Jtecti published by the II u I
lotln, are ns follows:
In Nearest Deaths per
Tear. Even Thousands. Thousand
1800 ...t- 01,000
1901 .... 03,000 13,7
1902 ..i. C.r.,000 13.1
1902 .... 07,000' 13.2
1904 .... 70,000 14.15
1Wi .... 04,000 13.4
ISOfl .... 07,000 13.3
1907 .... 70,000 13.4
1908'.... 79,000 11.8
1909 .... 79,000 12.4
1910 .... 80,000 ll.'C
1911 .... 80,0,00 , ' 12.8i
1912 .... 82,000
1913 .... 84,000
1914 .... 85,000
1914 .... 87,000
1910 .... 89,000
1817 .... 91,000
1918 .... 93,000
1913 .... 90,000
1920 .... 98,000
Tho tax rate of Chester, Mass., Is
121 per $1000.
i ' '
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.'
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model tot
the young man.
With the popular high hetl
And all the Crossett com
TSADl MASK r
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
Qw Mil p 5?e9
WHOLE on FAMILY
Literal Installment pyt
Filings of documents In tho Supremo
nnd Circuit courts up to noon today
nro given below.
Tho letters shown after the tlmo of
filing nro mod for Indexing purposen
nnd menn ns follows: 1), divorce: E,
t,quty. L uw. nnd ,)rounlp-
nismc nrc nlllo for rcfcm,cc.
Heptemlar 12, 1911.
' 2:20 p, in. I,. 73TC. Schumnn vs.
nice. Motion for default, etc.
I 2:S5 p. in 1 405(1. Ite irunrtTlan-
l'Pyof Edward Prefer. Master's re-
September 13, 1011
8:.10 ,1. ni. ),. 1393. Jniiict Ontal
tt til. vs. Aklna ct nl. Motion and or
der' for default.
10 n. m.:-!.. 731C-732S tlomez et
"' VK- Wl'l"' nl. Motion to set
Mfr null, Lsriiiiiiui lur jm.v i, ,. ii.
10:05 n. in. U 7410. Peterson vs.
COLLEGE COURSE HERE
FOR ASPIRING AUTHORS
Among tho new courses offered this
year nt the College of Hawaii Is u
course. In Short Story Writing, offered
by Dr. Andrews, who for n number
of years had charge, of similar work
at Cornell. It is designed especially
. for those who have had some trnlnlng
or pracuco in writing anu now uesiro
to inako a systematic study of tho
principles of' narration as exemplified
In tho short story. Tho clnss will
probably meet on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 10 o'clock, but another
hour may bo chosen to suit the con
venience' of tho clnss. Applications
for admission should be mndo to Dr.
Andrews at the College'not Inter than
12 o'clock on Friday ot llils week.
SPECIAL CARS WILL RUN
; 'TO .MYRTLE BOAT HOUSE
The Regatta Day committee Is work
ing overtime In' order to inako tho
coming event a success, and Is doing
all In its power to arrange a suitable
program for tho day.
The committee, through Ttny llletiivv.
down to tho two boathouses on Tlcgutla
Day. This will save tho visitors nnd
.Montis a long walk from the end of
tho car line. The distance between
.vvhero tho car Btoo nti present hnd the
Myrtle boiithottse l nearly .it quaiter
jof n mite, und this nrrtinKement witlt
tho Rapid Transit will bo much nppro-
"'Tho cornrnlttcol.ln'carge of nrrnnge-
intents Is composed o'f'the following:
Robert Thompson (Healanl), cltnlr-
mnn; Ray II. Itk-tow (Myrtle) nnd
George Houghs (Puunene)
Waiitly Rnl1t In SI nrr rnir.
In your milk. We atk
nothing better than to have
you visit our milk depot
on Shetldan ttreet and ee
how we handle the milk
supply for our customer!.
Compare our method and
cleanliness with the ordl
nrry barnyard variety of
dairying and you'll under
stand why it I lafer and
better to buy milk from us.
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