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HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 1911.
J DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
II CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
I Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
I MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
UIKUULAIIUN LAKUhSI Uh ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
R. Pakkingi'on, - Editor
ft, vv ALL ACE
UVUININO IIUKLJiTIN WI1UKI.V MUM.HI
Tcr Month, anwhcrcta U S .7 fret Cli Monto B ,Au
Pet Quarter, "ftuywhttt'ri OS 3.tMi Per Yer, injwhetf lu U.S . l.oo
Pet Ytat nnrticie InUH H.ou Pel Yrar fciiywhm a CintIi. I. Ho
Per Yeti, i"jsUttl, jniciirt), ...,. I3.m Pet Vcar otMlJ, Imiirti,, .. 3.to
1 NOT A WASTE OF TIME.
i It is not a waste of time to contend with self-satisfied icj
1 norance or short-sighted selfishness, which opposes every
h efforCoXP&ntion; ;onst;prM?l3l!OiliK
f Health Report 1 886, page 16.
. Hawaiian history, oral and written, records that there was
never a man more cordially damned in Hawaii than Walter
; Murray Gibson, from whose writings the foregoing para
graph is taken. If this was justly done, let's give the devil
his due ,if not, let us give thanks that from the echoes of
k the past we are able to secure such a timely suggestion
and effective encouragement for the great work that is now
' before the people of this Territory and especially the city of
Honolulu. It seems remarkable that there should be, in this
' day and generation, so much self-satisfied ignorance and
J shortsicihtcd selfishness. But since the fact exists, the onlv
thing to do is to buck into the struggle with all the vim and
determination possible, confident and assured that thrice
armed is he whose cause is just.
Honolulu's sanitation camp
a victory worth while.
U Is lining that tlilt) nation annu
ally set apart a day 'ot thunksKlvlui;,
that we may contemplate) the benell-
'cence of that Supreme Huler for the
plenty, peace and power bestowed up-
on tills country; thankful that we are
a Christian nation.
One of the greatest blessings lie
Btowed upon humanity Is the power
of appreciation, and in going over the
paBt year each one of us must Ilnd
.something that calls forth that appre
ciation; must final something for
which lie is grateful lu that giver of
Collectively, Honolulu should be
more thnn willing to render thanks
for the abundnnt prosperity, and the
"We will" splilt that lias done Its
work nobly. Of all conuuunltiuii on
earth Honolulu should gle thanks.
Going beyond our Island purndUe,
tlio pcaco and the health of tho na
tion have been preserved, and It Is
cverywhero evident that His hand has
been stretched forth for the bestowal
"J or blesslnes. Did w o but' stop to count
vjtf our blessings we would discover lhu(
no land since Israel's day has been
so favored. Good things seem to
shower down on us. We'umiveWn
bo accustomed to them, that wn take
litem as. a matter of course. Uy con
trasttnjUiur conditions with some
other pods our gratitude should uf
I lading Jiari the means tn do with,
let us' hope that tho Thanksgiving
happiness lu every home will 'be the
loorelcomfurublu'from Hid 'conscious
lieas of having made the best use of
thutipcospecUyyiforitha happiness tind
moral uplift of our follow men. '
THANKSOIVINOJND THK NAVY.
One 'could hurdly Imngiuo u more
appropriate place than Honolulu for
an Amerlcun fleet to ussemblo for tho
Nono can bo moro wholo-souledly
grateful for tho progress of the equip
i meiit of I'earl Harbor for navul ef
fectiveness, than tho men of tho navy;
i nono, among civilians more appreci
ative thuu the Americans citizens of
Honolulu who understand tho sltua
Hon In the Pacific and the plain
American duty, lu this part of the
"Say, Weary, here's n feller In dls
,paper says de age Is dovelopln' a kind
fat nrtlBtlo Idleness."
"Flno. Doy'll havo to admit ' dat
Sfwe'ro do pioneers In dls Interestln'
"I suppose. In theoo ragtime duya
you soil very llttlo classical music?"
It "More than you would imagine," an
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
amerce si lb rnetoffiL at llonoiul
aj scionri-clsiil roaller
NOVEMBER 29, 1911
ai tin is bound to win. and it is
Soldier, sailor and civilian In this
Ishuid American domain cum Join lu
Khlug thanks that the Nation Ih morn
and more iiIInu to the fuct that In
order to hold Its place and perform
Its mission In the I'acldc, It must
keeP H powder dry and be nlways
prepared us well ns trust In the
0er lu China a tremendous up
heaal is taking place uh a result of
the spreud of Christian doctrines and
Amerlcun Ideals. Our country could
not hopu to oxcrclae u continuing be
neficent Influence on tho reformation
of China If It did not have u power
ful navy, and its naval efllclency
.vlll bu seriously hampered if It clots
not have it strong naval outpost at
this particular spot in tho Pacific.
So let tho spirit of welcome and
general tliuuksglvlug bu glen free
sway. I.et us give thanks that peace
prevails, and that it Is established by
such worthy and reliable men behind
I.et us not "stng toduy for toiiior
tow we die," but rather glVe prulso
foi the strong arm mid Providential
blessing that (inlets wars' alarms and
allows mankind to make the most of
the opportunities for comfort and
prpress In practicing ull the arts of
(Continued from Page 1)
municipal offices will bo closed, only
such business being done as Is abso
lutely 'hieeSiCirj'. '"Tid'sliVeBS1 will' "be
Ihsolutely called off, ull,( banks and
business' liuuseil DOlh'g closed.
. .'file fleet will have a general, holi
day.'1 ' ' ' "" t
'Bpecllil church ot'eVclses'liave been
arranged and lu most of the churches
and the schools uiid charitable Insti
tutions will ull observe the duy.
The poor of Honolulu, most of
whom have no Now Kngland tradi
tions, and to whom Thanksgiving
Day Is but vaguely associated with
a feast, with u holiday for tho school
children, will today be sup
plied with provisions and gifts
of money from generous bunds.
Schools, churches, hospitals nnd
charitable organizations (if various
kinds are uniting in an effort to mnke
tho great feast day memorable, and
In view of the organized campaign,
plans for which have been in prog
ress for several weeks, It would seem
that every needy home and tenement
district will receive u goodly supply,
swered tho music dealer. "Almost
overyhody buys a fow sheets to place
nn tho piano when company culls."
"Mot u gonulno Murk Tapley to
"I said to him; 'Doesn't It make you
Bad to Bdo the leaves falling?' 'No,
lie answered, 'I feel glad they are not
both of edibles ami money.
In the MirlouB iharltable homes spe
cial dinners will be served; In the
schools a spirit of thoughtfulness and
gcneruslty will bo taught, lu addi
tion to the historic Blgulllcanco of the
day, and In tho prlvuto homes where
presence of the wolf about thu duor
Is aguely felt 3C1 days in the year
there wilt be savory smells Issuing
from the kitchen and happy abandon
during the dinner hour at least. There
may not bo turkey for all, but the j
supply of pumpkin pie mid other good 1
things Is unlimited, and everything ,
points to u widespread and satisfying
At I.iiiiiiIIIh Home.
At I.uuullli) Home tho aged Iliiwu
Hans will be treated to a lunu dinner.
There will be chicken, limit, sweet
potatoes and all the rest, making the
spread a bountiful one Indeed.
At kualkiuhinl Children's Hospital.
A turkey dinner for the babies and
nurses will be spread at Kuulkeoluul
Children's Hospital The spread will
bo followed by u program of games
on the recreation porches.
The patients and household lit
Queen's Hospital will bo treated to u
New Kiiglund spread, with turkey,
cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.
Kveryonu in u physical condition to
eat will bu u participant In the feast.
The youngsters' at Cnstle Home will
Uo"ftlvefV'fi "tfcaY'W' lU l form' oV ii
munleihuj 'slrM.,1'TifoslP WtlaV.V
purcnts'W 'oUuTH'HVaflves JWi WU
them for the day, but the larger num
ber will be seated at a long table In
the big dining room.
Dinner for thu Inmates furnished
by .Mrs. Montague Cooke and Mrs. K.
tllrlV Industrial Home.
Inmates will participate in services
at the native church nnd later will be
sorved with a luuu.
Spiritual services ut C a. in,; sur
prise puity and dinner for the chil
dren lu tlie afternoon.
ANNUAL TURKEY DAY
Owing to the fact that Thursday nnd
l-'rldiiy are liolUlajs In tho schools, the
various educational Institutions are
i.uldltiR their Thanksgiving exercises
tuiUiy. Thu historic meaning of tlie day
will lie emphaslztd, especially In thu
Donations of Hour, ten, coffee, fruits,
canned goodM, etc., havo been pouring
Into the oltlce of Mrs. V. W. Carter,
principal of Central Urninnmr school,
dnce Monday. The donations also In
clude n sum of money. Tho contribu
tions fiom tills school will go to the
rtlsteis' Home ut Kulllil, where the
non-leprous children of leper parents
aro cared for. This will be the third
our of u mam I charitable work under
Mr Cartel 'h teKliue.
Heverul of the other public schools,
Including Kalulunl, Kaahuinauu and
Piinahoii Preparatory, are sending their
contributions to the Associated Chari
ties. I'ver) thing donated to the Chari
ties will bu distributed III private
homes under the direction of Mrs. Jor
dan and MIsh Itosu Davison.
At the Normal.
Under thu auspices of tho conserva
tion club of thu Normal, tho following
comprehensive program was given:
opening Kong Ktcrnul Hourcu of
Kury Joy Haydn
Lord's Pruycr Chanted by Hchoul
Heading of Thanksgiving Proclama
Pre, of Conservation Club
Hong Hejolce, the Lord Is King...
Thanksgiving Addres Dr, Bcudder
Closing Sung Thanksgiving Bong.
Our dairies ara all under
our cowe examined regu
larly, and our milking
ahede with cement floort
and other sanitary ar
rangement!. Our milk It all electri
cally treated at our milk
depot on Sheridan street,
which inturee it abtolutely
from any contamination.
Froth milk la Nature's
When milk it fresh and
pure and clean It It the
moat nutritious food
You don't take chances
when you buy milk from
Kukui Street Property
Limd It situate ntar Fort street. Hat
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 fcetl two dwellings and one
email cottage) many fine fruit-bearing
treat. Suitable for butinett proper!.
Termt eatyi price low.
on listed stacks or on Improved
We buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
othtri in approved Trutt Securi
ties. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
824 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
Glory Allague, accompanist.
Ah thu building operations on thu
groundH of Oahu Collegu would Inter'
ftro III a large measure with the pleas
uru of a public program. It was decided
to dispense with this feature of the
Thanksgiving lelebrntlon by tho school.
Presldoit Griffiths states that tho chll
dun of the preparatory school are tuli
fng a great Interest this year In dona
tions to chin Itles, and while they will
bo guided largely by the Associated
Charities and Palamu Settlement, they
will take particular pleasure In know
ing that the donations go to Individual
fumbles. Heveral largo tables of edi
bles have been donated In addition to
' 1-nnr 'I" hil'vlot ir
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Protpeet St $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Bulldjng lot Kaimukl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $6000
Unfurnished house - Manoa Val
ley .,.., 6000
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Avenue 2000
I -n . .o.imll-irld
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
for Eastern points should leave
BY EXPRESS sot later than S. 8.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
A track meet on Thanksgiving morn
ing will bu a special feature of the
duy at the Mld-Paelllc Institute In Ma
nna Vnlhy. No Indoor exercises have
College. of Hawaii.
While thu students at tho College of
Hawaii will enjoy the two days' vaca
tion, tin re will be nothing in the na
ture of Thanksgiving exercises ut the
Kamehameha School for Girlt.
Thu students weru treated to u
Thanksgiving dinner nnd luuu last Sat
urday evening and will go to their
homes for tomorrow nnd thu remain
.!r nt tlii. . i.nlr
j Kamehameha 8chool for Boyt.
Tlie students will be treated to n
I'haiiksKlv lug dinner tonight ut C
ii ! II
o'clock Tomorrow Inornlim nt TiSOtlie
liovb' eleven mid ltellnuee team will
jineet tn u Kaino of football, nnd nt D
oilocK In tlie senool cnapei mere win
he a suinon by the HeV. J. I. Hop
wood, chaplain of the Kamehaineha
St. Louie College.
o)iinirinoriitle service In tlie morn
ing; holiday In thu afternoon and for
the remainder of the wick.
In accordance with tlm custom of
past years, n number of tho churches
or thu city Join In a union Thanks
giving servlcu Thursday morning ut
II o'clock In Central Union Church.
The program follows:
.Organ Preludo Kirst Movement
from Third Sonata in C Minor ((111
mant), Mr. A. II. Iiigalln.
Invocation Itov. J. P. Kidman.
Anthem "Tu Deum" (Mn Vog
Itesponslvo Heading Hev. .1. I,.
Itesponso (Ilurdettc) Malo quartet.
OfIertory"Hurk, Hark, My Soul"
(Harry Howe Shelley), Miss Collus,
with the malo (iiurtet.
Heading of President's Proclama
tion Hon Walter P. Krear.
l, T h ii i k h g I V I nVvSerinim-,v;rilreu
cWT(ili ''ins or Aiitiuity,.!iey.-,tiop-
xrfc'Ktinr smith, Utv, ,'.'
Hymi 72. '''' "V '
lleuedlctlon Itev. II. V. Chamber
lain. Organ Postlude Maestoso In U
The proceeds from the free-will of
fering will bo given In the King's
Choir Mr. Stanley Livingston,
leader; Mr. A. II. Ingiilts, organist;
sopranos, Miss Kdltli Hosslyn Collnls
and Miss llertlui Kemp; altos, Mrs.
C. J. Iliinti and Mrs. C. S. Weight;
tenors, Mr. J. A. Hill uiid Mr. Arthur
Wull; busses, Mr. Ueo. A, Ilrown and
Mr. Stanley Livingston.
Tho clergy and congregations of the
"plscopul churches of Honolulu will
inltu lu a special M-rvlce at St, An
Irew's cathedral Thanksgiving morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Illshop ltestnrlrk will
preach the sermon, and there will bu
ipeclal music. A servlcu of holy com
munion will be observed nt 7 o'clock.
Masses ut the Catholic cathedral on
fort street will bo at C, 7 and !l a. m
rirtt Church of Christ, Scientist.
.iThurfdny morning at 10 o'clock the
I'lrst 5hurr!i of Clfrlsf, Scientist, 'wilt
"mid a Thanksgiving service In Km
tirnlty Hall, Odd Fellows- building. Thu
ubjeet will he "Thanksgiving." The
public Is Invited.
The churches nre doing much toward
creating Thanksgiving cliecr In the
'lomes of the floor. They are nided 111
their work by addresses furnished by
the Associated Charities and Palaina
Settlement. Today tho deaconesses of
Central I'nlnn church are making the
minds In four automobiles filled with
Under tho auspices of thu Methodist
Hplrinp.il (hui eh Kpwoltll League, ills.
Iribiitlon of provisions ami money Is
lit lug Hindu today.
Ihanksglvlng dinner for children nt
II o'clock. Dlniur at thu Day Camp
ut noon, Thu settlement Ik today send
ing out well-tilled Possets to poor fam
ilies In tho neighborhood.
Boys' Reform School.
Luuu tomorrow afternoon.
Salvation Army Home.
A Thanksgiving dinner nt 2 o'clock
will lie followed by u short service and
Y, W. C. A. Homestead. ,
nil ill .'HK"K mil
lowed by social
CARVING THE,. BIRD.. .
If )iiu uru not up well lu carving,
lust take a bint from the following:
Insert tlie fork 111 tho left osslm
bngui; then. Wlti the knife, cut ut an
angle of ffrtiyi-uicgreH'jl;iong the
pluru dlugiiH fiitlHuflmHKiiiii of thu
right wing. From then on It will bo
WE DO IT CHEAPER
You can cava money and
get better work by coming
to us. Try It.
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
The Army of
la Crowing Smaller Every Day.
LIVER PILLS tie
retpoojible ihey su
only five relfcl .
they ptimeaeuly .
est, Mif tttioa, Sick Htseitle, Sellew SUa.
SMALL Ml, SMALLDOSE, SMALL MCI
Genaine mu.tu.1 Bignaturo
'Watches' that Won't keep time, j
It Ye MouiinL )iiii lujscud usj
jjjour ju4(litt4'h'fit wjutrt keofijl
time; litch tllc'nWrlige watch-
iiuikir can not fix. No work too
d'lllleult for h tu do. Wo em
ploy no tlnlors, ImteNfitrt watch
makits. We clieerfully give estlnntes
wlieu ieiiihed, and i;uarunteo
H. F. WICIIM AN & CO.
von Hamm- Young
Muneeri and Leaden in
the Automobile Bniineii
Agent for such well-knowD cara
s Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevena
luryea, Cadillac, Thomaa Flyer,
iulck. Overland. Bakar Klactrle, and
CHUMAN CARRIAQE Ca
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
For the BF.8T RENT CAR8 In tha
city, ring up
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 4041 I.ANOAUI.ET, No. 680
jj U. M. BCHN
B aaiawi a
Xi j It M -I ii.. I
ALU WE ASIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl .Building
Ute a PREST-O-LITE TANK ..on
your Automobile and aava Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
FINE LOT ON HAND
ORDERS TAKEN FOR EARLY
The BICYCLE DEALE1 and U
PAIREE, hai moved to
180 KINO IT1IIT
New location Red front, neu
Young Building. Telephone 2S18.
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