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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
j, MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
'CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
jL - in the Territory of Hawaii.
IWallack R. Fakkinoton,
tec Month nwhrtc to U H m ,7A
Per (Juaner, utouhct.'u US J.ih
fei YfI,lnlit:io l.iUS H.txi
Per ei, post aiil wtrifii , . IJI.oo
pl i lidicorial Rooms,
1 S5-1 Business Office.
? Itn -Ireing! ' ,r
i 1l' nic mil lure In pl.t) , In dream, In
j AW li.ni luinl mirk In do, mill loads
4 blitiu mil Hie striiirKlr fnrr III 'IN
i lln strong!
' S.i) mil, "llir ihijs urn nil. Mho's
I In dinner
I .Vint fold Hie ItitniN Hint iitiiilcte
Mum! up, speak ""' ""'I brim I), In
i II in liters nut limr deep Inln mliiil
i the wrong,
' linn h.inl the d.tltlc goes, Hie iI.k
' linn In utr ;
i l'nllit nnt, tijlit nil! loiiinrron (onus
the siilis. Selected
I Tltcro seems to lie mi one singing
out of tune now In the iiioseiullo ellm
llio way of tlio llonoliitii transgros
f so,' mosquito Is hanl, but ll is lo lir
I It seems clear as lo tlm price nl
K-poultr) when one llilukH of the trou
m die over Shanghai ami TurKc.
A look down Hotel utreet ought In
strlko terror to tlio heart, hf any Man
lchit who might be drifting nrouiul
President T.ift Iiiih hail nmplo op
portunltlcx l.iti ly for gathering lu'er
m estlng ilat.i that ought to inane im
w message the most iinportiint pci snm
Tlio Kmperor of China cnniint inv
It onto any tliealrlc.il fritml, tbougl
P tlio Kmprcss Dowager linn Kept m
tlio reputation of roalt by clopltt,i
villi nil .ictol.
Tho Italians have discovered th.i'
the Arabs lnio traits other than thai
i greit specialty of folillng their tenti
If utiil stealing uw.o Iingfellow ncier
H tavv them when the) hail Ihvli il.m
Of iifif im
Slore perfect expression of conlt
id-uco coulil li.ii illy do Imagined than
the purcli.ioo of sugar plantation
bonds lit a premium that shows p
wllllugnesa to accept lower 'rates' ot
Honolulu having Ilulshcd the (ual
of excitement on tlio fliHt lap of tin
inoRqultn riucktloii Is now taking n
second wind for tho Mulshing niHhes
The results will bo tho biggest nnr"
best advertising tlio town has ovci
President Tuft's prediction tli.it tin
r.inam.i Canal would lie flnishcil and
open for business In 1913 Is now
lirtLkcil up dy nearly every niember ol
tlm Congressional Commltteo that in
turned from a visit to tho canal lust
month Does Honolulu get that d.uo
1913 Loss than one crop of sugai
Tlio illgest of Mr. Itntirs in.iinl.iiiii
speech publish) d In I'rlday evening'!
If-suo of tho llul let In shows thai
tho opinions bo expresses nhii
iibioad n ro eiitliely In keeping with
Mils record In Honolulu None, of hit
fi lends doubled this, though tho in-
' Impecunious Suitor
what I (imposed for"
"Hut that Isn't
Klch 1'athor "Now that )nu have
asked to marry my daughter, will
)ott tell mo how you proposo to sup
Hr t "Ho s.t)s do has great "conlldonco
K In )ou"
KL "Why, ho wouldn't lend mo n dollar "Hum! That's trtto. Still science
Bv to save my life."
"1 dqiijjiu-ii In thai way. Ho sn)smont of most contagious diseases,"
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
lei f It Montcis. ,At
Per Vol, nrwrielti tlh ... I.hi
Ptl Year Anywhere n CtrueU I. no
Pel Veir lolp'J, lonnn , J.tx,
meted it the l'ctcrtic ai llnuoiulo
nrvuiiiM nm maun
NOVEMBER 25, 1911
suits consctiuent to li In falling Into
tho hands of n linro-lirnllieil Socialist
were somewhat testifying.
Piospeilly prevails on eery hand
Wlo Is not this tho lime to show tlio
American people, that Honolulu in
lend) to spend its mnnc) foi and ior
dlall support oiorj measure Insti
tuted li) competent men In make of
tills city the Model Town of the P.i
REFINERS AND RAW SUGAR TARIFF
Sugar TriHt magnates are li) no
means fooling all tlio pinplc much of
Hie lime, ulille the) are puhllcl) ad
Miiatlug the ellniiu.itiou of the tariff
in law sugar In older to help tlio
poor man In his breakfast table ex-
The New Orleans l'lca)uue In n re
i cut lisue plaiul) charges that Ar-
huckbs and oilier rcllners who preach
he free raw sugar dottilno aro striv
ing to lead the American people Into
i scheme that will nssuro more money
or tho rentiers without securing mi)
liencllt for the ultimate consumer
Ihn I'd a) lino Is ono of tho Dcmn-
rntle organs of the South
'llio I'ittsluirg (Inrollc-Tlincs Joins
lth the Plcn)nne It sa)s tlm rc
nners want tho tariff tnken off raw
ill gars. "They say nothing about the
Tlio customs ralo on raw Is under
I cents a pound, while on rellued It
s over I Hcllnurs aro not sugar
rowers nor makers The) say they
.ivn no cane plantations mid i.ilso
n diets They simply duy tho raw
ml r line it If tho ilut) is re
nnuil fiom raw the) will dut it
broad, det.iuse of cheaper l.idor, and
gnoro tho homo product unless It
nines down In price to tho foreign
vol. .Meantime, howoor, If tho tar
ff on rellncil remains unchanged, the
' cents and more protection per
omul will do used as a level by re
.ners to keep up tho pike In other
orils, tlio ultimate consumer, mulct
omul conditions of suppl) ami dn
land, will pay the duty on lellned
.Ins, whllo rentiers will Incieaso their
irolltH proportionately to tlm saving
It Is seriously to lie doubted whctli
r with l.oiiisI,iiin, Texas, Michigan,
'.annas, Utah ami other States on
nurd through their representation In
'on gross any such trick as tho I'ic-
yuno refers to can do played. The
xplmiatlon Is timely and Interesting,
owover It demonstrates Infinite
ossthllltles To abolish tho duty on
aw sugar would mean n loss In gov
Titment revenues of $GO,OO0.A00 a.
ear, which would have to do provld
d dy othor taxation It would loso
n sugnr-makers In the United States
'JOO.ifon.OiiO ,i j ear, Iiiiislnna alnno
nslng (3ri,flOu,noil. And Inasmuch as
ho consumer would not benefit to a
crtaluty It does not scent probable
'nit Cougtcss will fall Into tho ttnp
ust ) t
Tho Onotto-Tlmes believes Hint a
loveuient to reduce duties on all
radeg of sugar might succeed, as
hero Is n feeling against tho trust
ml tho great refiners that displays
in Blgns of abatement "Tho liaro
imposition to put tho entlro onus on
nno and beet growers and m.ikors of
1 ho raw product, without modifying
sou cut always Im depended on to
miikfl a fool of yourself"
"Ilut tnmci now, Senator, why did
)otti edition cost so much moro than
tho avoiugo cost? '
"Simply because my plln wns so
much bigger than tho average pile"
"It Is seldom nowadays that you
Unci a man who Is familiar with i;p
"Hum! That's trtto. Still science
has mado rapid progress In tho treat-
Hie Protection thrown about the re-'
lined article, Is destined to do laughed
out of court"
"BARfiAIN UATIN CHILDREN
Tho Kansas City dniirnal reports
tho "annual bargain d iy" for New
ork waifs, held nt McPhersoti, the
other tin) rifteeu little tots, either
abandoned d) their p treats or left
orphans were panelled out among
McPhctson county families Tho de
mand for the chlldien was greater
than the supply
'I lie Children's Aid soclet) makes a
practice of llmling good homes In
Kansas for n number of New York
waifs, each )ear. It Is ono of the
provisions In tlio great scheme of
things that tho hlg-hcnrted, whole
souled folk of the world, who llvo In
lempciatc and Ood-fc.irltig manner
ami communities, shall help to earn
for tho olTHprlng of those Irresponsi
ble, who devoto their lives to gratl
f)lug dibits of Intenipcrnto passion.
In communities where tho govern
ment otliiers cuter Into partnership
lie) nnd all tlio thousands of Inno
cent InfnnlR willed Increase the mor
tality of gtent cities llko Now York
ever) )c.ir, me thousands of others
who aro sent Into remoto rural sec
tions for the people who aro big of
heart nnd small In vice to rear to
manhood and womanhood, ami to
mould Into useful citizenship those
brought Into Hie world as tlte result
of depravity encouraged dy lax gov
ernment ami civic tolerance The
wickedness of n gieat city llko New
York or Chicago, or scores of others
of lesser sire, is de)ond tho under
standing of the nveiago citizen In the
country districts of tlio smaller cities
They cannot grasp the enormity of
criminal Indulgence nnd of govern
ment latitude, where hundreds upon
hundreds of helpless human beings
urn drought Into tho wotld every day
to do cursed from tho moment they
nrrlvo until their old age If they aro
unfortunate enough to sttrvivo the
hardships of tenement life and tho
neglect of low Irresponsible parents.
Happy the "bargain day" for Iheso
little ones when they aro put out In
the rural districts of any part of tho
United States to share tho homes and
hearts of tespectablc. God-fearing,
INDIANS IN REVOLT
I.ANnr.lt. WYO. Oct 21. Tho Sho-
snona nnd Arnp.ihoo Indians on tin
Wlndi Itlver Heservnllon aro In open
tevolt. Thoy nro on tho verge of star
vation, ami the cold weather of the
last week lias added to tdclr misery.
It Is feared tho Ar.tpahocs at lo ist
will not long remain within 'bounds.
The Shoshoncs are timid ami noncotii
bntlve, hut tho Arnjiahoes arc lighting
men ami Ihc) wilt not endure seeing
heir siptaws and children hungry.
A "thumd mark" petition Is doing
signed dy tho heads of families of
loth tribes, demanding that II. I
Wndswnrth, I ho agent, do removoil
and another agent npiKilnted to coiV
duct tlio affairs of tlio tribes.
Tlio "lliiimli mark" petition will do
the strangest document of tlio kind
over presented lo tho Inletlor Depart
ineiit. In addition to tho it.inio of
each Indian, It will contain an im
print of his thumd.
It Is dllllciilt to make afoul of ait)'
one who Isn't naturally Inclined that
Our dirlo aro all under
our cows examined regu
larly, and our milking
hedt with cement floors
and other sanitary ar
rangements. Our milk Is all electri
cally treated at our milk
depot on Sheridan street,
which insures it absolutely
from any contamination.
Fresh milk is Nature's
When milk 'is fresh and
pure and clean it is the
most nutritious food
You don't tako chances
when you buy milk from
Kukui Street Property
Land Is situate near Fort streot. Has
n frontage of about 170 feet nnd depth
of 290 feet! two dwellings and one
small cott.igcl many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms easy) price low.
on listed stocks or on Improved
Wa buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WU SHALt, DI1 ri.BABKD lO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
'My ilnir teacher lias asked mo to
write a uMiipusiiiou on iiniiowccu, ami
ko 1 must sit uhmit it and sa) that It
Isn't much to brag eif You make a
bmillrc In the street, anil )ou go around
ringing doorbells and tipping over indi
ums, but when )ou've gelt dome anil
hh lil ) our prajeis anil gone to lied, )eut
must sa) to )imiKc!f that there's notb
lug in it for )iui
"When )etit know a boy who owns a
goat, mid another boy who owns a dog,
mid those Ihi)s Imlle )ou to Ken a tight
detween those anliu lis, then nu Invn
"When Christmas comes, mid )ou
Real Estate for Sale
Duilding lot Prospect St $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350.00
Building lot Kaimuki 70000
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000 00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 2000 00
Furnisho'l house 6 months from
December 1, 1311 $6000
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kolakaua Avenue 20 CO
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
wake up 111 the morning and line) u
gun, a hreinUiet and a lariat In )our
stocking, then )ou feci that )ou live,
and )ou are glad that tlio whooping
courIi missed )ou when a 1,'aby.
"Wdeu II Is Fourth of July, nnd )ou
go out mid lick the sou of an OikIIsIi
mail to show him how wo eliel It lit
Lexington, then )ou aru covered with
"When New Year's conies mid the
dells ring ami the ginccrlc. raise the
price of prunes, nnd there Is a turkey
for dinner, mid duel comes In sober
mid ma Is on tier best lied iv lor, and
)oui plate Is titaped twice, tden )ou
cull proudly rcMilvc to llvo a better
'Hut when somebody sa)s Its Hal
low e'en, and )ou feel mushy, and
haven't got a ml In our pocket, uml
von know Jon mu going to do licked
next day sa), what Is there In It for
ii red-lii'itipil boy who wants this old
world to turn over four times a day?
Haul luck stories nro not Inlclcst-
Ing when they are llio personal ox
pcrlonees of tho narrator.
ON THE STREET
"Just fancy ten thousand dollars a
ilnv revenue pouring Into tho cah
drawer of tills ilopirtmint or the Ter
ritorial service," mitseil lliirdnrnmstcr
rosier tdls morning as lie swept uslelc
a sl.cif eif scrap paper willed dud been
covered with m.vstlc llgures ranging
upward Into sums "bejond the dream
The authority now vested with the
Ilardnr ('nininhslnii permits that body
to levy tin assessment or n elcinurragi
upon evety ton of cargo or mitcrlal
which lifter the llrst three di)s en
cuiiidcrs Hie Territorial vvlmrvcs.
t)n tint I'ort street and Oceanic
wharves repose 41.111 Jons, more or
less, of daiiana stalks and other tic
e u) lug reminders of a vigorous on
slaught upon the erstwhile habitation
of one "Htegoinl)n Calopus," Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii. This rubbish lias
illsllgureel the waterfront for weeks,
nnd but little Inroid has been made;
on the piles by the forces In chargo
of the garbage scows
"The Harbor Commission has passed
a law which calls for a penalty of 2."
cents a tot on all mn'tirlnl stored on
Territorial wharves after a specllled
period, and If )oti are from Missouri,
I can show oll the law,"' Insisted rou
ter us do turned to Captain Ku Intern
nnd gave Instruction regarding the
presentation of the account
Ten Ihotisnld dollars u day Is gener
ally considered In shipping circles as
nl out a fair average fee for tho stor
age of the odorous "hrlc-n-brae" that
continues to hold forth on Territorial
JW'liu will piy the freight?" wns nak
ed the harbormaster, hot by tlio time
the iUerj was launched, Hint nltlclal
hint a hast) retreat at the urgent de
licti of mi Irate skipper vvdn wanted
u more central derth for his ship than
the upper railway wharf.
Jonathan Weekly, tho now recognized
whllo hope of Alakca wharf and har
bor ollleer at the port of Honolulu Is
loeply grieved, nnd Justly so, ho be
Wedu)'h athletic figure mid otllclal
and majestic pose lias oft been ad
mired, especially by the fair se.
The well-known harbor ollleer cele
brated what lie deposes was Ills twen-
tj-llfth birthday tho other day, and
among the remembrances bestowed on
the custodian of waterfront peaco was
a beauteous boiniuet of gldcly-looklng
clir)santhi ninnis They reposed In tho
harbormaster's oilier iiwnllng .their re
moval fo the Vv'ccluy apartments, until
orllcullural Inspector Carter happen
ed to bo nosing around anil discovered
the Horn! trlliutes The elecoratlvo
scheme Intended for deautlf)Ing Hie
We da) premises was ruthlessly snatch
ed from u vase mid taken to the Terri
torial fumigation plant, there to reeelvn
treatment as ineteel out lo nil Importa
tions ot plebhiii vegetable nnd pi int
life When the llnwers llnally emerged
from the baptism of sulphuric fumes,
the) much resembled a limicli of deca
dent bamitta leaves, sued us now add
to the eeilor sthenic along tho water
front The hoiiict. Instead of being the real
thing, was made of colored paper, mid
We da) avers that what the futnlgntors
did to tlio bouiiuct would not afford a
topic for pcilllo conversation beforo a
Someone at Kohal.i has si lit the
ho ml of health, through Its president,
a present Tlio president Immediately j
took It over to tho (Jovenior for lilm j
to examine, mid when the repeaters I
went In at the noon hour today It was!
In turn passe il over to them
The address Is written In lend pencil'
mid la what seems to do the damlwrlt-i
lug or an Illiterate! child, although this!
Is most likely elone us a matter of ells-1
guise It reads, "The president of thai
bom! of health, Honolulu, Oahii," and'
up In tho top left-hauil corner Is writ
ten, 'Conlldentlal merchandise," i
Inside! tho envelope U u large picture
verv tileilv framed, iilthoiicli tlm ctnss'
appoint to have been droken In tran
sit It represents n woman attired In
a low -eut evening dress mid sitting
it-ueiioi, a ihhik. mum mo citivernor. oy
the aid of a big magnifying glass, made
WE DO IT CHEAPER
You can save money and
get better work by coming
to us. Try it,
67 HOTEL 8TREET
Between Bethel and Fort'
Suffered Ten Years-' A'e linn d in Thru ,-j
Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA. fff
I MmtmWF? . - .: TslllBsfl
C. 11. riZl'.lt, M t. Htorllng, Ky., says :
" have guttered with kidney and
bladder trouble for ten year past.
"JjiRt Mirch I commenced using
l'oruna ntiil continued for thrcomont lis.
I have not used It since, nor have I felt
out ns "The 1 Jist Word "
At tho window Is a dig moscitilto cn
tleavorlng to get thiougd the mesh Tlio
long proboscis Is tumble to reach tho
girl's shottliler. mid In tho Insect's e)o
Is it wondcrriil look of longing Down
Its back runs u white streak, dut as
only tlio side view Is shown. It Is Im
possible to say what variety It Is.
Underneath the picture Is the weird
ing. "I should like bO lunch to bo wild
Tito vvhole frame Is wrapped In a Im
iiatia leaf, and aieompmi)lug It Is a
note written on a rough piece of piper
mid In the same handwriting as tlio ad
dress on the envelope. It reads, "This
Is how wo feel We should llko so '
much In Lovingly, )our little dlll-y-kins."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, Nov. 2 1911.
Albert Nnhnolelttn to .1. C. l.nno..l'A J
Mrs. Heck) Nnhnolcltt i to Alice N.
Heniy 8. .1. Nnhiinlelii.i ct al to A.
Henry Smith I'A
Charles K. Nahaolcliii to Henry
lt of Alex. Young, Tis. of by Att)s
to Notlco , Notice
Entered for Record, Nov. 25, 1911.
(ivvai Matsuok.i to K. .MI)iislilro..lIS
1'. C Ilcamcr to Plnehaka K. Nn-
llio and wf Itcl
Ng Yco Tlclc and wf to Kcn-lchl
Okldo et al Agrmt
12.. N. Holmes anil wf to Marin M
Chong Alt Sati nnd hsh In Mntiocl
llalenkala Italic It Co lei IMdlo Kor-
Krnest Ciimmlngs to A. 1". Tavarcs..!)
A. K. Tavarcs and wf to .1. li Ta
Mlu Sin Luke Chan and hsh to Ait-
nlc Cooper n
Antonio Kcrnandcz ami wf to M A
Antonio Fernandez and wf to .1 H '
Tavarcs ct nl i b
.1. 13. Tavarcs and wf lo Antonio
Walilno Akamai and hsh ct nl to
Kawallo.t Land Co Ltd I)
Melo Kiialohohtnl and hsh to lllln '
Ilnilrn.nl Co Ltd I)
Kawithlncklll.anc ct al In llllo Hall
toad Co Ltd )
e esse i
Capt Charles lie I'orest Chandler,
coinuimtellng the iirmy uvlatlnti school
at Collego Park, has gone south to In
spect ptoposcil site's for a winter avia
Peter fi Thomson of Hamilton, O,
president of the Champion Coated Pa
per Compiny. must stand trial on the
charge of attempted bribery ,
for i:.iHtirit points should leave
BY EXPRESS not later than 8. S.
China, on December 8.
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Your monogram will do en
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Inipcct our extensive stock
)ou will be pleased
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