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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1911.
: DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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MM of this character during llio com
ing rcssIoii ns tho prolilbltlonlsts nro
(o niiikc nnntlicr open Unlit of It licro
In the Islands.
At the naval review In New York
Imrlior, President Tnft mild thnt the
fleet needed nt leant one Inuiilreil
more "destroyers" and a iiniubcr of
high speed cruisers. Tliln does not
seem to Jibe with his vIcwb 111 "Tho
Dawn of World's Peace."
emeiert at the I'oatolricc al Homiblu
a.. Rccotsl-ctaai matter
NOVEMBER 4, 1911
The man who coos into a combat smilinc daunts his acl-
ivcrsary and preserves his owncouragc to tho end; wheicas
an uppuiimu aitituKuu wim a uiiiu neari gams sireiigui nom
the look of dismay on the other's face, Many dangers van-
isn ueiuiu a siuiuiiast iuuk. ranie.
A SMILE IS AN ASSET NOW.
'. i A nuie common-senno is an asset to a man or it community
i It is a big asset Just now In Honolulu And It h about limn Honolulu
knock Itself, took a Rood look nl "things as they are," got a smile on llu
face, and went nt ltsork In a whole-hearted Instead of a half-hearted way.
i 'flip man with ' hingjfacu, n sour look and It doleful. t.l of noe Is
not tho man that succeeds. And tho city that sits clown and units because
it has a little hard luck'm'nn faint-hearted us the man tli.U units when an
obstacle crosses his path.
This Is tho time for Honolulu to prove Itself superior to obstacles and
Jnuovo hard luck. One case of' yellow feer bus appeared Kvcn should
?n few others appear, which is not likely, Honolulu Is rapidly being put
(nlo a condition wheic nothing need be feared
And yet some of the fnlut-heartn nro ready lo quit now.
Thero Is talk of n cut In tho sugar tariff. Immediately tho faint
hearts began to moan and bewail their sail fate.
f Years ago, when things looked pretty liluo for sugar, one set of men
'In tlilrf city 6ttiareil their Jaws, Pet their eyes forward, Invested money
Snd morojmonoy, fought tho odds like men and today the llrinjiullt up
Xy these men, Is one ofitlie lending Minis'. In tho'lslalidfc.l Jtllmi WaUo mll
lions for Itself and the men In It. ', fnji)'
ttThat Is the kind of spirit that makes any city great, and . that kind of
(iplrlt n need manifested today. It li here, plenty of It;' let It bo shown.
W San Francisco rose sitiremo over tho, greatest disaster that ever befell
My big American muulclpnllty; rOBo to victory out of' blood nnd nRhcs, be
jjiuso the men of San Francisco, tin hour after the blow fell,' had united In
JTllRht full of vigor and optimism and courage. They advertised their light
o tho world, nnd they will hnvo their holiday In 111 in.
Honolulu's present e.pcrlcnco Is a small one. This city has many
lmeB been In far inuro harmful situations.
A.fow month:) ago the faint-hearts, ucia talking of low sugar, and
locks went to the bad ami tho city's" face was long and lugubrious.
E Of, course sugar went up and cvciybody who had used enmmou-senso
nado money. Tho city's face wore a Binlle.
jf It's llnio for that stnllo again. lt us thank Coil wo have but been
ouclicd Just enough to show us wherein wo lacked nnd to the thanks in
Hearts mm n smiio on our tips, to snow mm nonoiuiu may no nil nam,
. never beaten,
There's mniy a tdlfi 'twlxt theiprlie
nil tho aviator.
Ono jellow fever carrying mosquito
fljthlo city Is too many.
Remember that every llllcd-in water
'i1a liun i. inminlnn nil llu ,ti
pltcmember, when on tho mosquito
rusade, that n good stinng wind
flows away tho smoke.
Jr'Oen, Yuan Shlh Kal probably holds
mo rccoru for nrcnitors. no was on
be Job about ten minutes.
Prohibition for Hawaii Is as dead
n'lsBuo ns autocracy for China, find
jr. about tho satno reasons.
.. f ' i i
' Consiil-iiener.il Ujrno'n --leceptlon
last night was a belter guarantee of
peace than a dozen speeches on the
The Turks will get over being
"Young Turks" when they bavo fin
ished with Italy. War has an aging
NOT THEM CHINA.
The status of tho Chinese as n fight
ing nation lias In no wlsa changed In
the minds of nine-tenths of the peo
ple of tho civilized wmld from what It
was years ago, nnd wheitocr n little
unpleasantness of an Internal nnture, '
such as Is at present going on, Is made I
known to tho world wo draw tip a.
mentnl picture of n lot of Mongolian
savages clashing together with wen-'
pons of strange shape, and cruelty)
lie) oiki description practised on nil
prisoners of wnr.
Travellers through that country,
who think while they nro travelling
have uindo nolo of the changes that
urn ntiliitti- hut nnrplv tiikttif tilnnn
William, T. Kills Is tho ntithor of mil
article on China that lias n tendency
to make people think. Mr . Kills sets
down the Chirm of today ns n land of
rapid changes nnd striking contrasts.
He depicts It ns n country where edu
cation Is shifting from tho memorizing
of Chinese classics to tho mastery of
applied sciences; where' tho kednn
chair Is In competition with flrst-clnss
railway equipage, and whero seclu
sion and Isolation recedq before a
spirit of wnnderltisi) and inquiry and
n desire for contact; Mr. Kills tells
us that pagodas nro passing into do-
cay and factory chimneys nro taking
their plnco, and that even tho rcvor
enco for ancestors gradually is being
undermined by the knowledge of mod
ern achievement and tho pride there Is
Illustrative of tho awakening of
China Mr. Kills writes:
"No fact concerning modern China
Is more remarkable than this one of
an awakening to national conscious
ness on tho part of tho entlro people.
China has discovered herself. The
parts have lieeotno nwnm of their re
lationship to tho whole. Kvcn the
Pekln ROernment, stimulated by tho
growing sense of National unity, tins
shown n fresli Interest In the outlying
dependencies'. Two decades ago Man
.churln, Mongolia nnd Tibet might have
lieen allowed to. slip from out of
'China's control, even as Corca..has
done. Now tho' nation Is sensitive
and assertive oor the welfare of these
outlying regions. All China Is of a
mind today to light for every port of
China. This great peopla may bo at
ptesent In a fur.naeo seven times bent
cd, but It Is welding them Into one
Wbllo there are famines and stnrva
Hon wages and Hoods, fanaticism and
Ignornnco ns stumbling blocks to the
ionization of a higher civilization,
there Is tho awakening of a giant na
Hon of 420,000,000 people. It Is u na
tion that Is being Biuldonly brought
out of the wilderness; a nation that
tho other nations must tnko by the
hand and lend In tho right way.
An alishlp cnunhlo of speeding from
ono mile an hour to 100 miles n mili
um was promised to Postmaster ncn
eral Hitchcock In a letter , received
fioni II. P. lloogo of Toiekn, Kas.
Dwellers In glass houses should
keep out of politics.
Homes for Sale
1. Knllhl fi.riiont homo $1800
2. Kaliniikl 5-rooiii homo ....$1850
3. Knllhl S-riMini homo $2200
4. I.uru St. C-rnoiu Inline $2000
H. Pahima fi-ruoiu home $2200
G. l.unallhi HI. Crrnoiii home... $3200
7. Puuniil C-roniil homo $3900
5. Young St. C-riiom home. . . .$4250
9. I'llkol St. fi-roiun homo ....$6100
HI. Kaplolanl St. 0-ronni home. $5000
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
ON THE STREET j
FOR THE GRIP.
"Qiilnn Park," that small but pleas
ing oasis on an arid nnd dusl-ilddcn
waterfront, named nfter n former city
father, Is being desecrated nnd will
toon ho letegatcd to oblivion.
"Qiilnn Park" Ilea right In the pnth
wityof the seawall which Is to be con
structed nlnng (Jticcn street. For sev
eral das past n force of laborers
under the direction of the Iird-Younp
company have been turning up the
carefully nurtured sod, which fol
months past has iccelved much caic
and been a matter of considerable so
llcltttdo by seeral paid employees ol
the city and county government.
With the passing of the two dlniln
utlve giccn spots on Honolulu's wat
erfront It Is surmised that nnothei
Job, the gift of the Honolulu road do
pnrtincnt political machine, will be
Among tho pcoplo of tho earth who
may bo said to bo "coming Into their
own" at tho present time may bo men
Honed tho Armenians.
tTurkey will probably,. 19 the next
otin'try to want to nfgnv',iii)' with
Wilted Stutcs, Kugland, et al.
'Alaska has had it number of earlh-
itkcs lately, but it will take mote
?ah that to Jar loose the Guggen-
; Jtff? 4
hore Is Just a possible chance that
11a mosquito may become Incensed
tjtho present treatmontjjio Isre-
,tivl"B- ,.l .
There has lately been an Interest
taken locally In tho raising of broom
corn. This commodity Is quoted nt
$200 a ton. That looks llko a big
prlco. Hut did you ever sco u ton of
If tho hanks of Honolulu aren't wor
rying over the situation, and are will
ing to keep on lending money at mod
erate Intorest rates with a liberal In
terpretntlon of securities, the ordln
nry man needn't work up a giottcli.l
It would bo interesting to know
who Is going to enrry Into Congress
the fight for prohibition here, nnd
what local backing they luuo hero.
Congress Is about as likely to pass a
IJJTIils nickel Is worn smooth," pin
ajtod tho conductor.
fcVell, this Id nil old flat-wheel car,"
Jwrted tho passenger.
i'Art and business have -nothing In
immon," said tho Idealist. '
BO, I don't know about Hint," ro
tted Mr. citmrox. nio vniiio of a
JJtntlng, llko tho value of n chock, do-
puns a great neat on wuoso nnnio is
Smnll lirothor Aio you going to
marry Sister Hiith?
Caller Why or I really don't
know, you know.
Small Ill-other Tliiit'H Just what I
thought. Well, you are!
Wars wouldn't bo nearly so bad If,
after bravo men nro dono with thorn,
cheap nKMi.illd.uot mui.tUiui to time
Tho nutritive valua of
MILK neoda no argument.
Bui you must needs look
to tho PURITY of milk.
Otherwise, milk may be
much moro harmful than
Our milk is pure to be
gin with, owing to our san
Then It la electrically
treated, to eliminate any
chanco of contamination,
and sealed in bottles.
You take no chances.
en listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sail Slocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Truat Securi
ties VB SHAM, UK PI.KASKD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bathal Street
is Tin: HKOruvr of ouh
Office la open every night until eleven
for the receipt of ships' messagee. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to Si30 p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can gat money. Carry
WELLS, FARCO & CO.'S
Advices to It. O, Dun & Company
at leading cities throughout tho Unit
eil Stales testify to greater activity In
general business, with tho dry goods
trndo showing especial linpinvcuient
A Federal court In Kaunas City lias
Issued an order restraining tho Mis
snurl state board of railway coiiunls
minium Di'iil jiihi,ii 1 ,1 111 uiiiii me,
new schedule of latcs on iron and
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
INVALID WOMAN FALLS
FROM THIRD STORY
NI-:W YOltK, Oct. 10. Miss Corn
Ilnrncs, stcpdai.gblcr of William II.
Illlss. a well known New York law
yer, formerly United States district
attorney at St, Ixiuls, and Nice-president
of the St. Paul & Diiluth rail
road was Instantly killed by
falling from a third-story window of
her residence. Her relatives refused
to rommenl 011 tho pillco report that
ahe comtrjlltcd suicide.
Miss Itarncs, who was nil Invalid,
returned from the llarktdilrcs today
lo cclchiale her Glith birthday at
'BULLETIN ADS PAY-
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
SO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot Is set with largo trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanal 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, diningroom and
pass-pantry, a saml-detac'ied kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guestcottage with bath-room and servants' quar
I 1 !- it -1
tele , ihv bdiiic enbiusuic.
Adjoining this there is another large lot on which thero are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there is also a water
tot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a most complote establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
"Iltickrnm Paslm" descended upor
Honolulu town this morning throitgl
the niedliimshlp of an Inter-Islam
steamer nnd nlinost Immediately ccr
tain sections of tho lower portion ol
tho city became tho abiding place ol
gloom, where before Joy had reigned
"lluckrnm Pasha ' In this Instance
wnH not tho tinseled and gold-laced
American officer who had led the
Turkish forccH to do battle with theli
Italian foes. Ho was inclcly a goat
and singly, solitary and alone ho wat
gingerly placed aboard tho flagship
Manila Ken before that liner drew
nwny from tho wharf nt lllln. A word
was whispered into the responsive eai
of Pin soi- Pete Phillips, which indi
cated to this obliging olllclal Hint the
gout was to receive Isolated hut ten
der earn on tho voyage to the metrop
olis. During tho still watches ot 11
moonlit night, the gnat ruled the
lower deck of tho Bteamer and tried
"head end" conclusions ullh the
broad back of scleral unresisting au
tomobiles. A few dents were placed
In some nhla logs by vigorous contact
with the bounding "billle." No vie
lorlnus army eer mowed ltrf way
through a defenseless countiy ns did
that gnat upon reaching tho level of
thu wharf this morning. Old men
were tinceieinoniously thrust aside in
the mad rush of his gnntshlp. Portly
ladles burdened with a weight of
years and laden with bundles and
packages, were toppled over, while In
the pathway of tho bnwhiskered fiend,
small children sought friendly shelter
of the solid columns which support
tho roof of tho whaif.
Strong-hearted steamship men fln-
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a o c
ally banded themsches together nnd
the goat was corallcd nfter Having
hurled his horns Into ten Inches ot
wbnif timber. If you don't believe It,
there uic men on the .Manna Kcu who
will show you tho very spot.
LA F0LLETTE MAY
NOT MAKE A TOUR
Woiking Hard on Book, But
May Deliver Seveial
WAHIII,(lTO. I). C. Oct. 21. Sen
alor I-i Toilette said yesterday that
no pl.in bale been completed for a
camp.ilKii speaking tour In November,
although he stilt Imped lo be able to
make hoi era progressive pccchrn be
fore Congress meets, lie added:
"The statement that I am to spend
November speaking In 11 number of
States has been printed from tlmo to
time for several weeks. 1 have never
authorized nuch an announcement In
response to Ini llatlons fiom innnv
Stilton, and contrary to the wishes of
Intimate friends 1 have been obliged
to say that it N uncertain whether I
shall make and till such engagements.
'Tiithmlng the adjournment of Con
gress I began work upon 11 series of
magazine articles, reviewing the list
thirty riirn of political hMory. To
nml the obligation"! of my contract
with the ui.ignKlnc, I must completo
Ibe nrtlcles before Congress cnnvene-4
In December. I have taken no rest nnd
shall woil; early and lato until Hint
Job ,1s llnl'liecl.
JiVlmtevcr time remains before tho
pessfon convenes, I shall gladly give to
tio campaign In support of the pro
gressive cause flut It Is not pnsslWo
at tills lime to say bow much, If any,
campaigning I shall be able to do be
fore the llrst Monday In December."
Tho lutcrstnto Cmumoico commis
sion decided that the carrier Is ic
Bponslhle for loss duo to nilsronntliig
The utilization of -10 aeroplanes In
tho Krench military autumn nrineu
vcis adds a thrill to tho mimic war.
Waoklv Hs)lltlBti er tear.
You'll agroe with ua that we
have the best assortment of
Scarf Pins you have ever seen.
The variety includes all the
various stones beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Here you will bo able to satisfy
yourself in both design and
il. P. WICHMAN & CO.
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