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, AILY and-WEEKLY'-Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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, "I consider newspaper uiltiTti'lng
lie greatest mrdlnin there l. It It
j nnininrrlng aunj nil the time, I
Ucry iliij, mi I lie same strain, hut In
'liferent kcjs, th.it the up-to-date
fuslitcss man rrrnlri Ills selling Held
J nd uils hold of ii trade ami a mi me
lull III lasl. V. W. Aier to San i
' ' Kvcry inosiulto hole destroyed adds
tiolhcr large Hem to the assured'
f luspcrlty of the city.
fcThoso LaFnllctto leagues nro unlay
t iff airs whether thoy get many dolc-
l'4atlons to tlio convention or lint.
Tllonolulu's La Koltcttc league do
I ends, solely on what President Tuft
oes In the matter of the Govcrnor-
'Blgn by i
can't helji tho sanitation cam-
hv nntiuutinln- nnccluir nnil crl
i clslug tho ofllcUils who aro carryln;
., i it n
n tho work.
f-I.cl the flee
; wants. Th
fleet go on to, the Orient U
That will bring It to Ho-
oliilu usnln sooner than If 11 returns
' IJIako Honolulu the Model Towu In
puliation as well as all round pros-
erlty. Then tho tourist business will
c no longer In doubt.
f , :
aLTwo years henco, after the J'unaWi
ianal Is open, the departure of n Kuni
lean shin for Honolulu will ceato to
fMTn rvivn itiij a ""iim.1,
f. (invAH Arxxr'a (ritldii '
Disposing of tho frultVtluit thilfwilt
lyatlacks won't cost you a hundredth
i'ttrPas much ns refusal to carry out
Jac rules of tho fruit fly control.
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'Not tho least of tho Holiday bless-
II g avnllablo for the morcliant, of Ho
nolulu Is the Oullotln with u clr-
Ulatton that reaches the ivopuliitlun.
"edcrnt officers of tho publlc'Ber-
Ice stationed In Honolulu don't lmc
bo told who helps and who hlndern
;cni!ln their effort to best servo
LTOurlst bUHlneBs built a city In Cali
fornia. Honolulu has only to offer
hetourlst a permanently clcanfclty
oect a population that will make
iuu,vuu iuok .iikc a siuaii num.
K l , in ' :
tVhy should not tho mosquito bo
loiiKht with the samo determination
Ks tho Icaf-lioppor. It Is doing Hono
lulu 'as much damago as tho leaf -hop
per ever did a canellclil, and Is cipR-
hlo ,M emptying tho city of popula
tion jas rapidly as tho' leaf-hopper
'leared a field of cane.
Decorating Kansas school marins.
Bii't' ko much fun as th'cy thought It
vlyas- But isn't It rather slgnlflcant of
ill IllUI illll.llU 111 illlll Ul JII31IIU miuu
ye ipoto tho speed with which tho
'incom uenier -men wcro nrougni io
ustlco. and .comparo It with tho a!
Flnosi Invarlalilo Inability to discover
ho takes pnrt In Homo of tho lynch-
ng been Hint nro held In tno soulli
west from tlnio to time.
E VALUE OF SANITATION.
lias U'JWfL iclc4q gbl.Un
yea u , .-r nwftu'1"1? TT "V.
.'ttio dskeil ,af Iter oounhanflcr-.-of the
r Incoming fleet nt .warships. .
I jw rrtais j
question ' put by
I Trices nro governed by tho law of
tho supply of
and tho do-
t .t. .u ,n-...
lini) Ul IIIU Iiun.p,
rhi .i i
mpwqpapcr piiri icucn
Kft Six Montot.. .0 ,Au
'per Vfir, inywhielo U.d .. .. I.uu
Per Year Knywhcrt n Canada, I, Ho
Pel Vcar nttpa!Mitiirt a.ttn
emclcO ftl tlM Postomui .1 llunoibla
w tcianri-claiii mller
ocry plaiting ship and Inoro especial
ly hy oveiy tourist.
Upon tlio answer to that question
depetuls nil the festivities and fuuc
tlong that arc, In populur estimation,
of principal Interest In tlio coming ol
i he licet.
A lavorablo answer for Ihrco linn
ilrcd nud slxty-IUo days of tho ycai
Is tho first suicty of n good and n
permanent tuurjst business fur this
Why then chould not unnltatlon
such as will miiko the answer no long
er a matter of doubt, bo not oMy ilrst
In the minds of tho llouolnlu public
hut also receive tho heartiest Hiid
most unquestioning Biipport?
Kor tho prosiierlty rcsulnng from
tho protective tariff Honolulu Is more
or less dependent on Cungrets.
For the certain prosperity that will
come with a permanently clean town,
Honolulu mutt depend upon Itself.
The people must perform tho obl
cum duty, and that with an unrelenting
determination, and unwanlng cnthusl
The merchants' association Is mak
ing a move In tho right direction by
proposing to do away with the noisy
elcbrnthui Honolulu Indulges In on
Christmas V.c and transferring the
holiday carnival to New Year's Uc.
And in declaring that Iho confetti
throwing on tho streets should cease
on Christmas Kvo, tho association
nhould have tho support of nil Hono
lulu., i . . .,. L . . i
Ttrb Christmas Bvo celebration is
'lot only unnecessary iu case Nov
Year's Eve should bo settled on for
tho general carnival, but It Is posi
Belated shoppers, trying to com
plctc Ihclr ChrUttufis pmchascs tho
night beforo tho groat gift-day, arc
racked hy n bedlam of noises, bother
ed by tho .confetti-throwing and In
many cases so harassed and annoyed
hat they leavo their purchasing on
done. Tho shops on tho principal
streets suffer not only from having
ihclr trado interfered with, but often i
their goods nro damaged In tho msleo
ind In any case tho work of tho even
ing, which should bo expedited, Is
Tho merchants now propose that
tho. celebration bo Indulged In on Now
Year's Kvo. That, Is tho time when
nil tho cities on tho mainland cole
'irato and no objection will ho found
horo on tho part of tno business in
tcrcsts. Thoy would undoubtedly Join
In tho music.
It's n good thing to let looso once
in a while In a red-blooded, whole-!
smiled mnnner, and a city "on carni
val" Is n splendid emphasis of the
holiday soason, hut when pleasure
really interferes with lcgitlmato busi
ness and with tho shopper as woll ns
tho shopkoopor, It's time to call a halt
Iet's have nil tho fun wo can, and
In as many ways ns wo can, Jint let's
think pretty seriously first whethor or
not wo wouldn't hotter chnnge"4o Now
Year's Kvo for It.
That Dr. Hupcrt, Illuo might only be
going (o Washington for a cpnforonco
jiUd'not for tho pu'riioso of holng mndo!
Sicaklng qr tho matter this morn
ing ho said 4'6'r. lltuo Is going nnd wo
Jrol'tftorrJfVij'loBo Jilm. Tho eahlo-
vriMnn Mtrni tn slinw. bnwovcr. that his
abSonfcn tvlll rtnly bo temporary, Wo(
can't always, s-jy Just how theso things
will luni "ciiil ,
Tho turning of tho worm Kind
Caddie "What you doln", Jlmmlo?"
Pccond Caddlo "I'm goln" rjahln' niter
this round. Look at all tho wornu
Quiet-Spoken Customer "You keep
tvorythlng for tho piano, don't you?"
Salosman "Yes, Blr," Wo do, sir,"
Quiot-Spoken CiiBtomor "CAve me an
WILL BE CALLED
(Continued from Pag 1)
of Cedcrlof going to llic gale.
"What happened tlicn," asked Hrcc
"Up Bhot him," wnB tlio iinsvrar,
"Ho Bhol lilm twice," followed.
At tills stago Mm. Cedcrlof liroknj
down ami tlio tears coursed down her
Sitting nlongsldo her Inislnm! and
holding his liand Mm. McMnlion hIbo
wns crying. McMnlion looked straight
A few minutes afterwards the court
took a recess.
tjten by' step 'nrifl point 'hy tmlnt.t'hf
prisecutlon Is bringing out tlio evi
dence that they think will convict Ser-,
gejnl John A'.'toc'MuhoiiIfrt IhO'inurder
of "AS N t'oderlof at l.cllclum on the
ttii on i,i iMiiiiiiiliiiini) In thn irndnrU
Court I" foro JuiIkc Clemons this morn
Ing, whin1 furtluT evidence unit given
us to tho happenings Immediately after
the sound of the shuts.
At 2 o'clock this nftcrnojm Mrs. Ce-
drrlof, wife of the dead man. Is to tnke
the stniid, nnd It Is understood that this
U the slur witness for the prosecution,
ns she was tho only eyewitness of
whatever nibiht have taken place, Mrs.
McMaliiiu, wife of the prisoner, being
unnlilc to testify for or against ncr
Nothing nmtcrlnl vvns brought out
this morning by the witnesses with the
exception of n few disjointed state
ments inndo by McMnlion after he had
been arrested. Thorn Is u striking ills
Flmllnrlty between tho testimony of
some of the witnesses cnllcd to the
stand this morning unit those who gava
The greatest Interest Is being taken
In Ihe trlnl by the rest of the men at
Lellehun, who Imvo subscribed the nec
essary funds for their comrade's de
fense. Kvcry step In the trial Is being
wntched by them, and one of them stat
ed this morning that If more money
was needed they would subscrlbo IL
This seems to show Hint McMnlion Is
thought much or by his comrades.
When the court continued Its session
this morning Lnrrln Andrews stated
that If the court tlioucbt be had gone
fur enough with his examination of
Iloag. ho would quit. Juilgo Clemons
Intimated that be thought tho defense
biul. and with one other question An
drews closed his cross-examination of
Wllllinn K. Slxsinlth was next call
ed. He had seen McMnlion beforo tho
actual shooting. McMnlion had then
been down at Slxsmlth's gymnasium,
and lifting his arm had showed the In
structor n gun at bis side.
After "be beard tho shots ho ran to
wnrds tho Ccderlof house. Ifo saw Mc
Mubon and his wlfo come round tho
house. A sergeant Jumped over tho
fence and took the Kim nwny from him.
SIxBinlth nfterwards helped tnko tho
I'nder cross-examination Slxsmllh
snld that when ho got there, there wcro
only threo people In tho yard two men
nnd a woman. In tho -struggle the
woman went to tho ground with tho
others. There was jui struggle nt nil,
us tho sergeant picked McMnlion up
and threw him to the ground. A crowd
bad gathered, but they all stood out
side. McMahon Refused to Talk.
Tho witness stuted that on the wny.nlKht of the shooting and was with Mc
down to tho guardhouse he asked
Million why he had done It, but got no
Mrs. Alois Kclerelsel was next called
Our dairies are all under
our cows examined regu
larly, and our milking
sheds 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'' an' 'cVn'teWlnatlon.
' ' Fre'ih"'rnim",ir NafuVeT""'
own food. " " '
When milk is fresh' and
puro and clean' it is' the
most n u t r I tl o u s'food
You don't take chances
when you buy milk from
Kukui Street Property
Land It situate near Fort street. Hat
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 feet two dwellings and one
amall cottage) 'many finl fruit-bearing
trees. SultablP for business property.
Terms easy) price low.
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-TRENT TRUST -
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and maka.invsatmonts for
ethers in, approved -Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL, HH I'LKASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
824 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
il 1 1 iTili'-in
hy tho prosccutlon.1 She stated that
.Mr, ueuerioi cainq lor ucr -iinu unit
when they urrlved at the Cedcrlof homo
sno saw mo nouy oicucnoi tying out;
side tho fence. The MeMuhons were
struggling Inside and Mrs. McMahon
called odt, "Kor Ood's sake. Isn't some
one going to help. mo7"
"Just Got Crazy" McMahon.
Speaking to MeMnhon afterwards.
while the men wcro holding him. the
witness said to McMahon, "Kor Ood's
sake, why did you do such a thing?'
He replied, "Just got crazy."
Henry Joseph Lovejoy, the next wit
ness, stnted that ho. was on guard the
Mc-iMnhon when suddenly tho prisoner
broke away and started to run. The
witness fired tun' stints In the nlr nnd
then one nt McMnlion. Ho dropped on
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St ...4210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350.00
Building lot Kalmukl. ...'.. ... 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.
hi llOIMlllll- H moil Al'ltllll
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Furnished house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 60.00
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
ley , 6000
Young Street 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue 20.C0
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ALL READY FOR MAILINQ
Hand Crafts in
for Eastern points should leavo
BY EXPRE83 not later than 8. S.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
he ground. Tho only thing McMahon
said was, "you've got me." f
Under cross-cxiimlniitlon the witness
said that McMahon was running to
wards tho Infantry guardhouse.
McDuffie on Stand.
Chief of Detectives McDullle.. called
to tho stand, was nsked by Ilreckons
what conversation was held between
him nnd tho difendant.
Andrews objected and tho prosecu
tion got round It nnother way. Me-
Dutlle said that he asked McMnlion It
ho vvns full at tho time, and tho'uu
swer was, "Yes," nddlng "This Is what
lioozn will do." McMnlion nfterwards
nsjted wherp ho would hnvo to 'scrvfe
His time Hero or on tlio uoast.
Cross- exumlned, McDullle stated
there may havo been more snld, but
he could not say.
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GIRLS LED ASTRAY; WOMAN
LEADER OF GANG IN CITY
. A Snturdny night gang of men who
bnilco oung girts into hncks nnd take
them to n notorious place In the Will
klltl district whs reported by Miss
Maynnrd, woman probation officer, to
Judge,', Wliltney of the Juvenlto Court
yesterday afternoon. Hhe nlso reported
a similar condition of affairs In another
part of town. Iu tho hitter Instnnco
n woman, who before, her majority was
fcikhcd was n fnmlljar figure In the
Juvenile Court, Is held responsible. Hhe
r :.. .a
A' bionr.o Uitatu'flH'ibiist of if-nernll
Ih - 1Th- J I
'.rii)stfong, rlio cepfbfiijml fouuder of,
tury. ' The liust Is to be u repllcn of
the original stutiio by A. II. regram, tho
sculptor, which adorns tho entrance nt
Hampton. It will ,be shipped from I.on-
don Jim nary .1, nnd upon Its arrival
here will be unveiled with appropriate.
Several suitable Inscriptions were
mmirnrn mfmrr m is iiRiiFRFn
fin i. fiTt . ,, iT . i"
Wl'V'Il 'JW'uie, nn(jiieeiiioriierjijnilt nwtne puttircuK ni unvuivii vvflri, ,, n
ft"! ijflui .yollegc by' Kc AriDij,iilutirflliiln)aaiia wis i)iiimord'to llpf"V4ij '
Af4llifllii1 ff'itlattilll.uiN rlikJs I'llV. Of '..r,iluKlj,.,ir.i,iMM iMtana. .Aflr ifiUNVrtpT'r!11"
wJilch Judge SO II. DMpWlic secre- lictliecnniellnft'rhleil ln,thveMfbflijW
sent In tho sculptor by the Armstrong covered Hooker T. Washington, the fa
Memorial Committee, as no dellnlto mnus negro educntor having come Into
model could Ik- decided upon owing to,hls nlllc when n barefoot hoy to ask1
the fact that the umniirit of space ill- for help In securing nil education,
lowed for II Is not known. It Is de-j The last time Qenernl Armstrong was
clared that the inscription set forth the In Honolulu was In 1891, when ho de-
prlnclpal historic Tacts Incident to the llvcred tho chief address nt the tlftlclh
general's life. 'nnnlversnry celebration nt Punnhou.
a'enernl Armstrong wns tho son of Two of his sisters. Mrs. Kllen Arm
Itlchard Armstrong, one of the Ilrst strong Weaver and Miss Armstrong, are
missionaries to thn Hawaiian Islands, now residents of this city. A brother.
Ho was liorn here In 18M. was edu- William Ncvlns Armstrong, was fom
ented nt I'linabou, Inter completing his iuerly nttorney general.
After representing their country
ITlclally nnd commercially, In tho
United States, Kurnpo and tn Chill, a
large number of distinguished Japan
cso officials .and merchants arrived
this morning In tho Tcnyn Mnru, on
route homo. They wcro greeted at
Ihowharf by Conoul-Oene-al 8. Ujono,
his staff, and Mr. Y. Altan, manager
of tho Yokohama Specie, Hank In Ho
1 Among thoso who arc guests of Mr.
Uyeno, during tho stay In tills port
of the liner Tcnyn Maru, nro tho Hon.
B. Hloklf Japanese, MJoUter tn, CJhlll,
He Is returning to" .Japan oh" V leave"
of absenco for six months. He stnted
that the Japanese residents In Clill'
nro conducting their various enter
ptiscs in a mast satisfactory manner.
Asked whether he was oxpcctlng u
change In his official position, ho re
plied thnt thero was a possibility
rather than n probability. Mr. Hlolc
Is one of tho ablest ministers In th'
department of forolgn affairs.
MS K. Mldzimo, Consul-Conora! In
Now 'York, la also returning to Japan
accompanied by his wlfo and two
daughters. Mr. Mldzimo said this
morning on hoard tho liner that he
would ho sent to China, as first sccro
tury In tho Japanese Kmhassy In Po
king This Is cnnsldcri'd Iu riirlonintlc
circle a promotion which Mr. MM
ziino Is entitled to, according tn his
consular standing In tho department
At the present llmo, it Is not known
who will succeed him ob consul-gen
crnl In Now York,
Count Ynnngtznwa, ono of tho well
known public men or tho Islmi em
pire, Is returning to his homo 'In Jn
pan, nftor attending the International
Congress of Statistics nt tho Hague
Ho staled today that this wis his sixth
trip to Europo and tn tho United
States, During tho Congress nt tin
Hague, twenty countries of tho world
wcro roprcscnlod by about 130 dele
gates. Tho total attendance, ho said
was two hundred. These Incliidod the
invited guests, many of whom wore
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67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
Is now fortified with a marriage certlfl
eatu ittiil evidently considers herself
without tho pale of tho law. An effort
will be made to put n stop to her cyll
Influence upon young .girls.
The Ind who was caught stealing a
bicycle Inst Saturday morning enmo up
for trlnl yesterday. Ho Is now In charge
of Probation Officer Anderson.
Two other lads, both of whom hnve
been plnylng truant from school, were
also given Into tho probation officers'
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maim t - ...-
lourso at Wllllnnis Chllcac. Ho flhlsrfJiinJlA
nli Ills' course at, tho latter Inntttiliton ' 4 Jif
Ilureiiu, this leading to educational
work among the- negroes to which ho
devoted his life. 'He wns the founder
of Hampton Institute, tho general plan
for which was suggested to him by tho
i.uhntnalumi school, which was among
tbe first In the United Stales to tench
IRrlculturnl work; It was ho who ills.
lionornrv members nf thn Poneress. tlo
Is n, Hnrjnlst of no menn ability, Hj
ipeaks tho Gorman, Kngllsh nnd
French languages fluently. Al TS
Congress, French was tho languago
Dr. Ishtkiiro. a statesman and a
member of the Houso of Japan ha)
Just completed a business visit in the
United States. Wbllo on tho main
land, ho studied tlio inlltlcal condi
tions which nro attracting tho atten
tion of tho politicians there.
Mr. Y. Mural, n business nan In
Now York Is visiting Japan. Ho' will
bo absent from his post about threo
Mr. Y. Shlma, sub-manager or tho
Yokohama Spcclo Hank In New Yo.T.
wns guest of Mr, Akal whllo In this
city. Mr. Shlma will bo attached tn
the main offlco of tho bank in Yoko
t Mr. K. Salto, manager of tlnijMltsm
,'tussan Kalsha la the branch office of
he company In Formosa, Is returning
to his post. While In tho United
States, ho familiarized hlmjclt Wli
Consul-dencral Uyenn, tho receiv
ed a wireless from his friends on tho
Tcnyo Maru yesterday, took them
down to Alca and Walpahu by auto
mobile tn sco tho plantations. At
noon, thoy returned to tho city and
lunched at tlio MochlzuM Club.
WILL SPEND MONEY
ON KAPIOLANI PARK
Plans for tho spending of tfiev2500
appropriated by tlio parks commission
for tho Improvement of tho water
ways through Kaplolanl park are now
under way. Superintendent of Public
WorkB Mansion Campbell look tho
matter up this morning nud tho work
U to start straight away.
This ,l pirt of tho original appro
priation of $12,000 mado by tho lets
lature for tho parks, tho distribution
of It to be hnndiod by tho commission
Watches that won't keep time.
YfiPXvevnfif yiiii In liend u'a
ypur vviifches that won t keep
time; wAches tie nveriigu vvatch
mailer can not ilx. No work too
dllllcult for us to do. We em-
j! ploy no tlnke'rsTliut expert watch- .
Wo cheerfully glvo estimates
when required, and guarantee
overy Job. e