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Tlffl HAWAIIAN BtfAK; THURSDAY," DECEMBER 23, "d'DM. '
roun TTle; Irlw'a.ilaLO. 8tar DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. Published every afternoon (except Sunday) by the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Association. THE STAR ACCEPTS NO LIQUOR ADVERTISEMENTS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $ 8.0c -r-, 12. OC Payable in Advance. Entered at Post Ofllco at Honolulu, Hawaii, as second class mall matter. Cocal, per annum Jporfijgn, per annum Subscribers who do not get their papers regularly wilt confer a favor by notifying the Star Office; Telephone 365. The Supreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii has declared both THE HAWAIIAN STAR (Dally) and THE SEMI-WEEKLY STAR newspapers cf general circulation throughout the Territory of Hawaii, ('suitable for ad verftlslng proceedings, orders, Judgments andi decree entered or rendered fn the Courts of the Territory of Hawaii." Letters to THE HAWAIIAN STAR should not be addressed to any In dividual connected with the ojee, but simply to THE HAWAIIAN STAR, or to the Editorial or Business Departments, according to tenor or purpose. GEORGE F. HENSHALL EDITOR. THURSDAY DECEMBER 29, 19O9 bring a fact6r irlto South American affairs that might make the Mon roe doctrine ldbkout of date. How rapidly such matters arc apt to develop can be seen from the history of Japanese labor in Hawaii and Ghincsc immigration into Peru and other Latin-American regions, it would seem that there never was a more urgent cal than at this time for the dcvolpmcnt of large American interests among the Latins of the western hemisphere. Commercial News BY L. D. TIMMONS. Stocks have como right up to Christ- Pioneer was In demand, D, 5 and C mas without weakening to any largo 'shares selling at $198, the same being extent and It now looks as though asked for more, but bidding being at strong prices will be carried over the $197.75. A tsalo of $5,000 Haw. Irrl- holldays, with which to begin the new.gation sixes was made at $100. campaign early In January. PEARY'S CASE JUST LIKE CQOK'S. It is not at all beyond probability that the Copenhagen scientists would decide against Commander Peary to about the same extent as Today was next to the last of tho Slock Exchange's year. A session will ho held tomorrow morning, after which PromotIon Commltteo Is being held at adjournment will be taken tojho first, o,dock th,g afternoon Amon5 tUo PROMOTION COMMITTEE. A business meeting of the Hawaiian Monday In January. Between boards 100 and 100 Hono- mattors to como up Is tnat of as sistance to the Kalmukl observatory. (Continued on Page Five.) ha a sold at $21, followQdirzy 40 shares Members of the committee seem to feel thev have decided against Doctor Cook. In a question of actual,011 """Bo at income, umuing at that helping tho observatory would be "proof that they readied the North Pole, both explorers are in tii f3 at 52'75, 1,0,derS ask" .largely s a case of borrowing trom one same predicament. It is simply a matter of personal veracity. Peary s ,fl story shows that he chose to go alone, as far as competent aid 111 Hawa,lan SuEar sold at $53. For tlis ('.V.taking observations is concerned, sending back his captain in order' atock j51i75 was-bid and $52.50 ask- "J; that he, Peary, might be the only white man atvthe Pole. Hence, if cd. ? ' ' j he submits his records to the University of Copenhagen they will con-; Hawaiian Pineapple came up about ( sist, like Cook's, of his own alleged observations, and if anyone wanU,tho same, 20 shares changing- hands to cry fake, there is 110 answer except Peary's reputation for veracity. (at J29 -50- . , Unfortunately for Cook his reputation has been considerably damaged EQ shares nfc For tho! But Major-General Greek's withdrawal from the National Gcograpiii- Btock ?6 was bld and ?C 50 asked Mc cal Society with the charge that it is a Peary club and Admiral Bryde was weaker, 10 shares selling Schley's renewal of supp6rt of Cook after the' Copenhagen verdict at $5.25. For'BcBrydo $5,125 was :show that the controversy is far from settled. Perhaps it never will bid and $5.25 asked. I wwa was sausiaciory, zu, anu v '.shares selling between boards at $i2.- , , , n 1 tt 1 111 50 and 60 on 'Change at $32,625. For The need of making the Pearl Harbor dry dock large enough for ' be settled. JustOneMorc Fruit Steamer out before the year is over the Hllo nlan, Dec. 28. Don't Miss It. S . as.- Dreadnoughts is so apparent that a change in the plans, as advised by asked Admiral H'olliday, may be confidently predicted. The decision to makcj Hawaiian Commercial was also on this station the greatest naval station in this part of the world carries an even keel, 50 shares selling at $37. with it assurance of its being prepared to look after a first-class fled. For the stock $36.75 was bid and $37 asked. Island Fruit Co. 72 King Street. II HSTmOS The Alexander Young Cafe manufactures its candies daily. This is why they have that delicious "Homc Made'' flavor so foreign to candy of mainland .manufacture. Cleanliness is our watchword, and we invite inspection of our factory. "A. Y. C' ON A BOX OF CANDY ISjtVft STERLING" MEANS ON SILVER. mexanaer Young Made in Honolulu by "Citizen Labor" Wo manufacture an extensive lino of Woven Wire Mattresses "which' do not rust." Meat Safes, Kitchen Tables, Etc., Etc. In many sizes. All Citizen mado at low prices, and of a quality unequalled. Patronize Home Indus tries where only citizen labor Is employed. "All American" is Hawaii's policy cut out tho orlenial. ( Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Kapiolaiii Block (J. S. Bniloy) General Furniture Dealers. Cor. Alakea and King Sts. Phone 15 TREASONABLE ADVICE TO FILIPINOS. TV 1ST TOYS ! TOYS ! jgp r vP m &dr -P. w Display than this Year er ever Will be open every Until Christmas night! Prices c 'YOUR pel MOM THAN EVER SAVED tit . 11 ai . 1. 1 a uuu inwiuio uu Fort Ltd Street One of the Philippine native papers, El Renacimiento, which is ever against the American government, uses the decision to give up Corregidor naval station in favor of Pearl Harbor as the subject of an editorial in which it predicts war with Japan complete Japanese .victory, and practically advises Filipinos to prepare to take the sicl'e of the Japanese! The Renacimiento says that the announcement of reiving up the Philippine station is onlv a trick to deceive Japan and ' delay matters; it says that Japan will not wait till the Panama Canal; is finished, making all the American navy available for use, but will strike as she did at RusH'ia and with the same result. Filipinos will be an important factor in the struggle, which is to end in the coni- .-vlif , itictnnr n( Tin-in envc tliic nrinrr lipnrr thr Filininos should 71V.IV. J s L w 1 v. ji.j.t..., .J. 'J -'' 1' "j-' j - - i , 1 give careful thought "of what they should do.'' This almost amount:,! to advice to the Filipinos to be ready to take sides with Japan ami share her success. There is probably no. other flag than the American fy-jp under which this kind of stuff could be printed, under the circuru-'. stances existing in the Philippines. - - . .. On Saturday, Christmas day, there will be no issue of The Star., p j nnaAnr t'mmonpacli-ApI; ..The usual special features of the Saturday paper will be in the Fricb;. jOli III dlSU V&l 1 IKE IE! CMS CblWtSV ' Star, and according to custom, all employes will have a holiday. JAPANESE COLONIZING BRAZIL. Now it is Brazil which is said1 to be the scene of extensive Japa nese colonization. Just below Cape Frio, says the Christian Science Monitor, not forty miles from Rio de Janeiro, there is a large tract ot land, once a big lazenda, tnat was recently purcnascci Dy a Japanese evnlii-ntn fnr rrtlnniyinrr nnrnnsps Till svtlflimfr Stnndc llitrll ill min- ' ing, transportation and other enterprises at home and its purchase cfj Brazilian farming land may be taken to indicate a rvival of Japan's! 1 Latin-American policy, notwithstanding the pronounced failures of her) past colonizing ventures in Brazil. Many reasons have been assigned for these failures, an important one being the -stand taken by the Brazil-j ian coffee planters against the introduction of Japanese methods. The' present scheme includes rice culture on a large scale, .for which the purchased fazenda is to a large extent adapted; but other cereals wi'l also be cultivated. Owing to the proximity of Rio .de Janeiro, which can be easily reached from Cape Frio by the Lcopoldina railroad', mar ket gardening on a large scale is planned by the syndicate, and in view of the exceptional prices for vegetables in the capital, there should be in this good returns. Of course, the syndicate expects to introduce into Brazil several of the products largely grown, in Japan, such as vanilla. ' Competition with other colonists seems to be unimportant except on the fishing grounds in the immediate neighborhood of the oroposed colony. These are of exceptional importance and the monopoly there has hitherto been held by Portuguese fishermen. But this circum stances serves to bring out the nature of the position that the Japanese colonists will occupy in Brazil. There is no bar tothe mingling of races and the Mongolians are welcome to contribute to the stock bf future Brazil. If this is an inducement for Japanese surplus popula tion to settle in that great country, where they are apparenlly wel come, there is no reason why they should not in time, perhaps in a relatively short time, draw after them an element capable of risincf to a commanding position politically. The presence of a large negro and mulatto populaa?on in many parts of Brazil, as well as a consid erable rernnant of aboriginal Indians, and the attitude of the settlers of Portuguese descent toward both, had led some observers to detect in Brazilian conditions the incipient stage of a caste system, some ' whatsimilar, from a racial point of view, to that of India. In such a system, a compact Japanese element might reasonable be expected nttnMi frreaf- nower through monopolizing certain fields of activity, is for instance, thes army and navy, while the Mongolia's inability 8 Telephone 251. King between Maunakea and Kekaulike. or refusal to detach himself definitely from the mother country would gf$:(f9$ NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMKS We offer a stock of elegant Fancy Boxes for PALM CANDIES Others filled with delicious candy and Gunther's Fruit Glace ALSO Superior Pastry for Christmas GERMAN HONEY CAKE, PEPPERNUTS, MATZE PAN, PIES AND CAKE, TREE ORNAMENTS, TINSEL, BON BONS FROM PARIS. Hotel near Union Street JPlione 11 ; BEFORE THE NEW YEAR 1 Diary Complete stock of Excelsior Diaries, both office and pocket. Leather and "cloth cover's. ' Hawaiian News Company, Ltd., Alexander Young Building. i Christmas T A R T We have all sizes, alive or frozen fat and ready for the Christmas Dinner . Not a minute should be lost in selecting a Turkey for Christmas,-as the . supply is limited, and you can be certain of getting your choice only by ordering early.' Open every . day and evening until Friday night. We will be open Christmas Day until 12 npon. Only one delivery on that day. C. Q. YEE HOP & 1 In The New Year By Using An Ansco Camera Ansco Films and Oyko Paper ' And See The Results FiLHS at COAST PRICES GURREY' FORT NEAR HOTEL" I