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HONOLULU, T. H, SATUnDAY, DEC. 9..19H.
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.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory ol Hawaii.
R. KAKKiNr.roN, - - - ' Editor
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Prf Quartet, finy.heii'uU.S'.. J.lKl
Pti Year, m Ut tint) S h.i
rcrlral itnl.inl, mints ... . I3.4IO
I! Hut iihiii jour proM'til lil('"".ni.,
nf which cxrj mini liii iiihii): tint
on jour uit misfortunes, of which nil
nun li.no mm-. -Mikem.
Pearl Harbor is open
Wake up ami
Head nli.it the merchants have to
UA) tn the advertising coIiiiiiiib of lo
f iia8 It ii I I ti 1 1 ii, ami joii cannot afll
.to catch the Christmas spllit.
'That agreement with the llllo rail-
way Is the sort tint should appeal to
Liuiy ami ccry conunoii carrier which
fcccks only u fair ileal.
Of course thero Ih lots to he done ul
l.irhor. lint It Is woith while
celebrating for the tremendous prog
ress that has 1'i.cn made In the Inst
j There's till atmosphere of slrh I bun
Itiess prevailing In the sessions of the
l)arbor Commission, ami j cm don't
have to look far from Coumilssloiiei
YiikcJlcld'n idnco to discover the pow
er that Is behind it
I In either u light or a fiollc Admlin
Thomas nlwavs was u lucky one
There. Isn't an ollcer In tho United
Stales nnvy who wouldn't give most
everything hut his honor to he In com
ni.iinl of tho licet Bending tho first
jnarshlp Into I'earl Harbor.
T It has been n long tlmo coming nnd
'Uio dclavs hae been discouraging
but the order for the llagshlp Califor
nia to sail Into I'earl Harbor Is nil
tether pt not that when tho army ant
i)avy of tho United States start In oi
a" proposition there Is no doubt of tin
1 , -
J Sanitation of the port of llouoluli
ny men who don't know enough to gi
fn tho oltlcers In charge to gi t ordln
Aiy facts would bo n fano, There'
. nothing to beat tho folly of tho nag
icrs, having mi good word for tin
workers nnd no woik of their own ti
When tho llagshlp California sail
nto I'earl Harbor, IoCh lolebtatc.
less "cunservntivu" town than tin
' ',city of Honolulu would bo dressed Ii
J'ifalu attire and "celebrating lo bca
he band" on the day that tho first
American warship entered tho chilli
icl at I'earl Harbor and thereby hIr
jiiillzod tn thu world that tho luirlioi
o, contain tho Rreatest or naval Hta
lons Is open, and must soon bo read
, lor business
i Can It bo that tho preachers nm
!- Jhe poets, and tho pur uglles are si
busy iloddllnR over bananas that tin
jjivcragu citizen Is lulled Into an utle
Indifference to the declopmenl that Ii
fcolng on nround him on a iiiagnlllcen
1 It Is time, and past time for tin
' live citizens to got toRetlicr for tin
Mironiotlon and discussion of piogres
What folly, what shame, what uttei
(immunity Iniompctonio and link n
pivorago lntellgento Is evidenced bj
jtho Incessant haggling over drlvolinr
propositions that can only letard tho
I cant stami inn iooi oi an uuio-
mobile hoi n " t
J- now s iiiai! I
"A fellow eloped with my wlfa In
,.1111 automobile, and every tlmo I hoar
i -In horn toot I think he's bringlm; her
"Aro joii putting on n now llroT" I
t Chaufleiir, looking up, not knowing '
ilwhcthor to murder tho innn or moro
Tly cut "ft bis head "No, joit elongated
'jhtring bean, I nm mnkiiiR u kidney
Jslow out of an Hsnhult lined tooth-
''What has become of that man who
rt Vf.l, aiirwhnun U ,, .. I.tu
t.t V., .tivtah.ra n I .fi.rf.. I.M.t
Pet Vear xtaM toman ., . J.ito
amcicd al the PottoOm at Houaiklu
a. BrtoiKWIai mattrr
DECEMBER 8, 1911
town anil make Its icilc appear
ridiculous beforo the uiiintry and hh
linuli of tliu wholo world us may lie
(let Into lino for niogross Do
things Unit become n Iho cnmmuult)
of broad-minded moil
l'eurl llnrlior Is open l-ofs cele
brate! AN EDUCATIONAUAND M.
In the jc.ii- )',:, .liistln S .Morrill,
hen Senator fiom Vcrinont, Intro
luced a bill Into Congress prinldlng
.'or thu donation of public lauds to
.ho scleral States and Territories
, lildi may uoldo colleges for tho
jcuellt of agricultural and mechanic
iris. Jhe bill passed and, as a result
alleges were established throughout
ho countr), many of these Instltii'
Ions hirWiiR dc eloped Into Stato Unl;
The CoIIcri of Hawaii was one of
ho latest (olleges to be established
inder the Morrill net.
The llftlcth anniversary of tint pass-
n g of that net occurs on July 2, 1012,
mil throughout thu States tho ccnt
w to bo recognized with appropriate
Tho exact dato of tho anniversary
'alls at u tlnio whon most of tho col
eges aro closed, nnd one State has
elected Juno 11, as tho day for Its
Of courso tho College of ltn'wnlt will
ot fall to mako on event -of this an
ihersary, and without any knowledge
if how tho data tits in tho sclicclulo
f tho lollege )cnr, Juno 11. Knmeha
ncha Day, would appear to ho a most
ppioprlnle occasion for n general ed
catloual demonstration in which the
ollego of llawnli should tako the
IILO R. R. NOT YET AGREED
(Continued from Ppg 1)
Second That In consideration of tho
oreumntH Inrelnbeforo' made by tho
illo Hiillrnnil Company tho Territory
f Hawaii lines hereby agree that as
noli as nractkable It will procicd lo
roit a wharf at the site III llllo liar
or as determined upon ny mo no mi
. ,...!... ,.... ....!....!. .,.. Inn (l.iff.
L Illll, 'l willltimnMiiii n Mini,-, m
f December 1911; said wharf
ml the use thereof shall thereafter
o nnd remain under the full control
f the Hoard nt llnrhor Commission' -
rs. nud that the llllo Railroad Com-
any villi thereafter bo permitted to,
s said wharf and Its appliances for.
he hiuiilllug of Its business as u com- ,
ion carrier In llko manner as other
nrrhrs iiro pirmltted to so use said
vharf and Its aiipllanccs, and without
'Incrimination or profcrenco as be
ween said llllo Rnllrbud Company nnd
ny other carrier or carriers.
In witness whereof tho said Terrl
ory of Hawaii lias caused these pres
nts to bo executed on Its behalf by Its
loard of Harbor Commissioners by tho
halrmiin thereof, nnd tho said llllo
ta I Iron 1 1 Company has (aimed Its cor
oratn inline to bo hereto subscribed
lid US corporate seal to be hereto af- ,
Ixed by Its olllcers then unto duly mi-.
Ti:ttItITOItV OP HAWAII,
ly tho Hoard of Harbor Commission
IIILO ItAILHOAD COMPANY,
used tn say ho was a Borvant of tho
"The people had lo let him ro," ro
ullitl I'mmer Corntossol. "Ho go'; to
ho ono n' theso hired men who Bland
around tulklu' when they ought to bo
".Soimtlnies," said Plodding Pete,
"I m tempted to map out a routn
that'll tako mo to them thero Aictlc.
"Tho cllmnto's no Rood," ventured
"No Hut your nerves pit ii rest.
N'onn o' them Ksklmos Is looking for
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH. I
llllilc mIumiI at ti:r, m m V. A.
Ilowcn Mipirlntiinlent, I
llosworlhi lllblo class for young peo
ile at 10 a. m Conducted by the as
sistant iiiIiiIkIi r. ltev A A, Hbersolc
Alt "iiiiiiiK.iieiinlo Invited ti attend 1
loriihiB worMilp lit 11 oMoek, Ker
mini by th' minister, Ile Dorciiunt
Hcmliler The Urst of two urinous on
"Marriage and Divorce" I
Christian nndenvor ineitliiR at 0:30
In the parish house, after which all
who can arc asked to no with Dr.
Milliliter to hold u scrVlce on bo-ird tho
llvcnlni; thurcli servlae at 7:30. Ser
moil by the asslstnnt minister on "A
The ilouhle ipiartit will sing nt both
serv loo. ' -h
'A inrdlil Imitation Is hereby ,ex.
tended to nil III Iho i Ity nut connected
with nn other church to innko Cen
tral Union their t tiurt.1i home and share
the bom Ills of all tier services. f
FIR8T M. E. CHURCH.
The I'lrht M 13 church, rorner Vlc
tnrli iiiul lleretnnli Mroels. I'nstor,
It I! Siullli; p.irtoiiago adjoining
The follow lug are tho services for
tho forthcoming .vviek!
Sunday school, JI.4T, n m.r men's
class, in-III a tn ; morning service,
II o'cloik; Ilpworth Leiigne, (1:30 p
tn, tvtuliig. strvlee, 7 30 o'clock.
The pistor will take the morning
crko and bis siibjicl will bo "Man
ifestntlnnH of Tower"
In the evening Mr. Kinmnns of tho
any will give an nildress. He Is a
viry powerful speaker and Is well
known as iv great Christian worker
The Kpworth League will bo In
charge of I'nstor Smith.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
Kahbatli services nt Iho Ailvcntlrt
church. 707 Klimil street:
Sahballi school, 10 a in, led by Su
perintendent Kiimnlne. Lesson study,
"I'mil's Journey to Home."
Preaching at 11 by the pastor. Topic,
"The Dav of Atonement"
Onlm prison meeting nt 3 o'clock.
Sunday evening sirvlco at 7:30.
american flag tops
ml Mckinley, Alaska
W. II. Mcl'hce, better known tho
length and breadth of Alaska as "Illll"
Mcl'hce, nrrived hero from I'alrlinnks,
Alaska, sii)h tho Uresim ltopiilillcnn
It was ho who, wltlt K. W. Gillllu
and Ous I'cterson, flnnnccd tho I.loyd
party's successful march to tho top
of Mount McKlntey In April of last
year. Mcl'hco says ho enmo here to
seo tho clty.but nt tho same tlmo ad-
mltted that ho vvns thinking about or
ganizing another expedition to "tho
top of tho continent."
When It was announced that I.lojd's
party had reached Iho summit of
Mount McKlnley, thero worn somo
wlio vvcro skeptical Among them
were l'rofessor II, C. Parker of, Co
lumbia University, who himself had
lulled to reach tho summit in previous
attempts Tho polar controversy was
also aglow at that time, mid the sup
plementary aiinoiafeinent that the
Lloyd party had found none of Dr.
Cook's "records In a cartridge shell
on tho mink of tho mountain gnvo rlso
to tho charge that tho Lloyd expedi
tion had been planned simply to dis
credit tho polo "discoverer."
"I want to tell 5 oil ono thing," said
Mcl'hce, "and it's about somo people
tint lintlnllttir Hull tlin Until nnrlv
"readied the top of Mount McKlnley
Any one who wants to tell mo to in
face that tho expedition which I
-''l"-' """ "V, V i. , S. . .
l'cak and i1imt tho United htnles llaR
Ibero will hnvo to go back with me
1 to Alaska, and I'll fix It so that ho
call seo Hie nag lor niniseii.
When Mcl'heo tnlks It IB witli the
Milk from tits lilghatt
grado of cow will be lack
ing In rlchnen unless the
feed It of the beit.
A we have set a very high
standard for our milk, the
feeding of the cows le In
charge of expert dairymen
whose whole time Is de
voted to the superintend
ence of this department.
The result Is recognized by
our customers who appre
ciate the unusual richness
of our milk and cream.
Kukui Street Property
Land is situate near
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 feet) two dwellings and one
small cottage) many fine frultbearlng
trees. Suitable for business property,
, . i.
Terms eacyl price low.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and tell 8lockt and
Bonds, and make invaatmentt for
ethert In approved Trust Securi
ties. W13 SHALL nil PI.DASKD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Wireless Office Hours
Dally 7"a. m. to 5:30 p, m,
Sundays-8 to '10 a. m.
wclgjit of Ills 230 pounds or mora be
hind each word. Although only u
Utile past middle pge, his hair Is al
most snow white. He Is u miner of
gold and owns tho Hotel Washington
at Palrbaiiks, Alaska.
I'm n pioneer," ho said, "and 1
want you to b:i so. 1 did seo New
York oikc, forty jeara iiro, nnd evoiy
tlmo I look to right or left, up or
down, I'm moio surprised than over
In my life nt Iho wonderful things In
this city; hut for all thai I guess I'd
starvo In New York, and when I've
seen ovcolhliig I want to get bark
to tho mountains of Alaska. I'll tell
Tom Lloyd everything 1'vo seen.
"I'd been in Fairbanks a long lime
beforo wo decided In scalo Mount Mc
Klnley. I'd seen It so often we're
Ilia nearest town to It, only about a
hundred miles from Iho base of tho
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St.
Building lot Manoa
Building lot Kalmuki 700 00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000 00 .
House and lot Kalakaua Ave., 200000 ,
Furnished house 6
December 1, 1011,
Fort street. Hat
ALL READY FOR MAILINQ
Hcnd Crafts in
Be On Time!
reach the Coast
Is the last boat
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
nioiintuln-Mliat I felt stiro no innn
could ever climb to the top. It was
then I ran across my old fi lend Tom
I.loyd. Tom (old mo Hint ha 'didn't
hellovo Dr. Cook ever Rot to tho top
of tho mountain, lie said that there
wasn't one man In ton thousand who
hud tho lungs to climb ovor four mllcf
In tho nlr on a stoop mountain side
Ho told mo that ho himself know the
mountains better than an) ono allvo,
mid said ho know another iiinii who
iilso knew it from A to ',, nnd Hull
he had a notion to try his luck with
thu oilier man.
"I planked down $.M)(I on that idea,
nud then I met (lus Peterson unit
(rllllu, nnd wo decided to stake the
Lloyd unity to a round trfn. iThej
luaile lt I hose1 boys did, mid they can
do It again.. Why, do joii know, I
don't hellovo more thun 'u few men
putslilo of l.lovd'H parly In tho whole
world could do that trick. It simply
takes pioneers, men who welo born
on tho top of high mountains.
"I don't deny that I'm thinking
about stnrtlng another expedition. I
hale this Idea or aii)nno doubting Tom
I.lojd's wnrd, and tho only way to
II that up, I mipposo, Is to tnko one
of theso 'doubting Thomases' along
on tho trip." Prom thu New York
DIE IN LIGHT
That tho dii light mosquito hason'y
a life of o'.iiy about half an hour dura
tion when expo'sed In tho dlrjct lays
of Iho sun Is Iho latest fict to lia es
tablished hy Dr. Mmhall, head of thu
until I itlcin tinipalgn during thu lib
vento of Dr. McCoy on Hawaii. Many
experiments hnvc been c irrlcd out
illirlhR the last week and this Is the
Hpcclmciis of Iho stegomvla cilop'i)
wcio taken fnnn tho hollies in which
lliey weio bred out, and pi iced In n
lost tube. Over the top of Hi s was n
pleeo of Raii7c fastened around with a
rubber bind. This allow id tho trie
rltciilatlon of nlr nud ct did not In
terfere with the light.
This was then put out In the ill
Joel sun nud In every i.isn tho inns-
lultoes died toon alter. Iho gone nil
tveragi' being alicut half mi h'nir. Tho
I'verage lfo of a inosipillo bred out
in ono of Iho bottles and then not giv
en -any food Is about n week. Wnen
It Is allowed to live under ordinary
elrciiinslaiKjes, however,, lis life ranges
from a week to over fifty da.
Dr. Marshall considers that tho fact
that tho di light mosquito cannot live
In 'bright sunlight Is very important
in its lelatlni) to I he' ending down of
'lo banana trees for where Iho th ule
Is rleaied away tho mosquito cannot
FAST START FOR
The, nr.-t of Hawaii 1912 sugar,
(rop, expeeteil lo tin the biggest llio
Islands have iver produced, will start
moving to market In n llttlo over n
vook. The American-Hawaiian freight
er Mexean will carry the Initial cargo
rnr 1UIJ. s
The Mexican goes first tn Kaliiilul
lo pick up Maul sugar mid then ro
.liirns tn Honolulu to ilnlsh hrrenrgn.
This stcaimr will get n full load and
will sail on December 20 for Toliuan-
Prosputs are that the 1012 crop will
et n mm It earllen Mart,, renernlly to
market thin tho 1911 crop Ijisljear
lie llrst freight! r Kt away on Du
ccniliir 11, but only with n part of n
'nail, and the next live or six vessels
'mil pirtlil iiirrfoes only, nlsu, Ilnlny
wiathrr throughout the Islands hold
luck the woik, but this jear a dry
winter Is expeeteil and It Is thought
that m my thousands of tons will go
to m.irkit cuily.
Tho American - Hawaiian freighter
Columbian is dun here on Ducmhir
V) nud should got a full uirgo, aim.
Tho last of the Mil iron will bn
In ut market In a very few ilnva. Tho,
lemur Isthmian's rnrgo Is now out
Iwi ntv-iilno duvs from Iho Mauds and1
will niich inarkit In a djy or two, pos
"Ihlfnn Moiuliy or Tuesday. That
will wind up Iho roinrd crop of lln
wtill to date.
The givernmcnl Is prepirlng to take
aro of Hie vMtnrs lo tho Yollnw-
stone, Yosomlto and other national
iiirkn in tlio siiniiner of lUlli, when a
largo number of touils'a mo exiiort
,,! Iioe.m.n ftf llm ljimii t omitil n .
.. ......... .
iiosillon III Hun Praiielsc n '
A III carina law whfth his just gouo
nlii effect In Ojnticetleiit leipilro a
((Old lo ho kept of thu piireliasciH
of nil anus, and each piiuhaser Is
riiilni u rcglstei expressly Iho pur
noK. foi which he la limine; thu wea
ion. Army and
$ 1 .25 a Doz.
. and IDe-
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Tort
Our eases arc full of Bright,
New, Up-to'dato Goods.
A stroll through our sloro will
offer many suggestions for Xinas
Coyne Furniture Co.
These casters and tip,
because of their Teltold
construction, do not, cn
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain, A test proves It.
For sale. by
J. liopp & Co,
OAHU FURNITURE OO.
Klnfl 8trect, opposite Young Dotal
P. (). Doz 840 Phone 301
Q. M. UUNCAN
258 Deretania SU opp. Royal Hawaiian
See the Nine Layere of I
Snow-Whitc Cotton I
Ihil tin ta maka 40&SrbbbI
Carman's $15.09 (ygSS&3fl
Mattress De Luxe prSff I
th most rrrtful, nottlK 'Rl
nnltiry mattfot Iniho SkV aJt I
murM. No other 115.00 vW
tratitcucan rouallt. BtJ
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We iclt Carman' Mjttrcil
1)4 Luxe tweaute the maker M
Ucki lth in nbwiiuit H
cuarantee tailifacilon. H
Try It for JO-nlcliu axevr M
r i pen lO not Utter M
than we claim o return IH
our mony lu full. Uu'l ift.1,
tbaWaUr &b I
HjKiiH in lIBIIIlil
ZtSxitP ' ' "'' Jill I
BBJ f ur V 1
There Is but one ubo- J
lutcly scratchiest cat.t?r
and tip I I
X Theso easier antf tip,