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CVENINO. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If, SATURDAY, DF.C, 5.- 1908.
E veiling Bulletin
SAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
rtaUy erery da; except Sunday Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,
Vallnco R. Fnrrlnjjton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY
in the Territory
p I Editorial Rooms,
1 e'IBu3iness Office,
draft or Irregularities inilcr tho ,
toforni polke mlinliilstratloii? Iiii-
Don't forget that Honolulu will
glow. Also do not hesltnto to help
it as you havo opportunity. I
Tlic (lovcrnor's cable reads tin If
-e thought the' business organiza
tions lintl also acted In secret.
The San Francisco man who mall-'
eil poison to hluiKcIf Is no worse than
the Honolulu man who Knocks lilt
County Attorney Williams Is striv
ing to squnro himself with tho Hllo I
Grnnd Jury. All he has to do Is tu ,
brace up nnd attctiil to business.
George Cooke graduating from Industrial world. Shu wears n colled-t-toek
biol.er to intii-h-mvner must bo up queue nnd wherever sho rocs she
Indicative of the tre-nl of joung men
laying found.tllt.-iis lor future pros
perity. Somehow the Incentive and the
l'coplo appear to hnve missed con
nections. This Is unfortunate when
a bcsslou of Congress and of-tho local
(Legislature arc right at hand.
KulmuM residents say they need
on. reservoir. Tho tnxpajors also
Juccd one, when their money Is being!
j, used to pump water Into an alleged
jS reservoir that leaks Ilka n sieve.
f. T-. T- J L
Why didn't tho Governor cablo a
fow words on tho slto question? Tho
jfceontroversy will uniloubtedly bo set -
a, lieu bo lar as mo neiurni is con
jeerned oirwhat thoiGovernor finally
J ritlllpplno tariff concessions will
.J. not be matlo unless there aro I'lilllp
Jplno tariff revisions that will rIvo
A tho benefits of tho Increased trade
pto tho manufacturer of America la-
titer than Kurope.
Pearl Harbor and tho Army post
'will be completed at about the samo'
Jdato as tho Panama Canal. Isn't that
(good causo for believing that Ilono-
lulu's period of prosperity will last
I longer titan ten jearsT
l Though the ranch deal completed
! today Involves n change from ono
I Honolulu man to another. It never
; tbelcfs Is an exptcsslon of lonlldcnco
In the; future of the Island, as well
1 jas tho particular enterprise Involved.
Governor Prcar has clearly got out
of touch with tho community spirit
of Honolulu. Slnco his departure
tho people havo suddenly begun to
realize that they know what they
want, and have expressed themselves
Tho Outilggcr Club has dono moro
to give, definite, put pose to fun on tho
bathing beaches than tiny other slti
k!q agency. That Is why Aloxaudor
,Humo' ToiU It entitled t u placo
with tho original missionary fathers.
of Honolulu. ,
After they get through with tho
Conscience, patroungo of fain, tho
peoplo will proceed to get what they
want, for tho holidays from the mer
chants, whose offctlngH may bo learn
ed by watching their announcements
in tho II u 1 1 0 1 1 it .
There might bo u load of post-holes
to go with ono hlIiciuo of concrete
construction suggested for tho now
Army headquarters at Lcllohua. tc
gardlest) of controversies over tho
construction, everyone knows that
tho work will bo forwarded with tlia
'good old-fashioned hitstlo.
, 7 The Improvement In business
affairs referred to In our prev
ious advices continues. Compar
isons mado with u je.tr ago Just
now would be misleading; but In
Humorous Instances tho volume, nt
business transacted Is as largo us
In 190C at this time. Thcro Is
still much room for Improvement,
-nnd nil lines of Industry havo not
yot sharotl equally In tho iccov-
cry; yot tlio progress wnirn tins
.takon placo slnco a year ago Is
, pimply marvolotis nnd uoyonc! nil
.Ainxpectntlons. . Qjrjjinulojiv. our,
lepaukers und our great Industrial
IF cry; yot tho progress which hns AwfTT5fWff?ivVv3ik. rkrll srLfV
''iMl' takon placo slnco a year ago is 'jrtr nMDAHVl LIILLIXlJ
'Br . pimply marvolotis and beyond nil Vl? fSgji" vlfi JbM " "Jrlli? k
iH.!.nvnnctatIonB. Fortunaloly. . our. hi i iTliiii'"' vJtrr"1lJT-A HBHHHMI
unii Ti- "i l . - '. i Mf. . t - - wrju txmmAyi-ff'T-jtryirri.z
wmmmmmmmxmu ' IT iT winv ir rjte, jm,,. .,mmm.um, .ZMmmmfAimMty
rtrSk Moulin a .Bo
Per Year, anyvliere in U S I.oo
Pl Year, ntoultcte in Canada , I. no
PirYear otjiaid, foreign 3.oo
tulrrcil at Ihe PotoiTice At Honolulu
a nn.oin1 c nutter.
DECEMBER 5, 1008
lendota rimtlnue In a conservative
mood, nnil am II r inly opposed to
the creation of ail) thing like n
speculative liooni, which our un
rcstrtilncd mid mercurial spirit
would no tloulit welcome and per
hapii enjoy for n brief spell.
Clews always plays safe In his hus
i Iness comment ami forecasts, lint
' llinfii to mill linn i'nl In tnlomrnl
this paragraph on returning pros'
RO.SEVELT AND WOMAN'S
Lvurj body's magazine quotes a
trado union oincial" as saying, "Wo
man Is the white Chinaman of tho
cheapens the worth of human labor,
The question might naturally aVlso
whether Roosevelt had this thought
in mind when ho advised tho suffrn
gists that tho proper sphere for wo
man Is In the homo and nil attrac
tions that inaltc home life a matter
uf duty rather than pleasure are to
be looked upon with a certain amount
It, may bo that the employment
of women in tho work that has for
many years been considered tho ex
cluslvo field for men has no relation
to tho demand of women for tho priv
ilege of suffrage, but the ndvanco of
(woman as n mora Influential nortlcl-
i l)allt ,mr industry, professions, and
1 politics hns at least kept paco with
tho moro Insistent demand fo tho
I it four Slates of tho Union Wyo
ming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho women
possess tho full suffrage. It Is an
old slander Hint tho first of these,
Wyoming, extended tho right to vote
in 1SC9 its n lure to ambitious women
of the Last, hoping that they would
Immigrate and furnish tho supply of
wives then sorely needed by tho pio
Women have possessed school nuf-
f,..I.WW.I m I M
Eight Lots at Kaimuki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm
Two-fine building' lots in Manoa
$1600 and $1000. . i
Nuuanu Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $32.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $75.00
Lunalilo St. (Furnished) ....$40.00
Waikiki (Furnished) $40,00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
,wmH?mBsr rm rrn
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
go up to CollegeHills and see
how many new homes are be
ing built. It would be easy
for you to get a lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
you some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot we
will assist you in building a
$0iA fjimk LoM
Irago In Kansas since lKfil nnd mu
nicipal suffrago since 1887. They
may vote nt school 'elections In Mich
igan, Minnesota, Now llnmpshlrc,
Oregon. Massachusetts, New York,
Vermont, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Wash
ington, Arlzonn, Montana, New Jer
sey, Norm and Soutli Dakota, Con
necticut, Ohio, theso Stntcs being
named In tho order In which, since
lS7r, they extended the right.
Montana, Iowa, Louisiana, nnd
New York permit equal suffrago on
icrtaln questions of bond Issue ami
taxation. Full-suffrago amendments
were rejected by Oregon in 190G nnd
by Ilhodo Islnnd In 1907 by popu
lar voto In the former case, by tho
Legislature In tho latter.
Now tho Suffragettes aro celebrat
ing the fact that the Chicago Char-ter-Kcvlslon
Commltteo has ndopted
a resolution favoring n bill to glvo
women tho right to voto for nil mu
nicipal offices and all questions of
policy having to do with tho munici
pality. It may tuko jears to get
buch n bill through tho Legislature,
but the women feel that they never
theless have cause to rejoice.
There Is no doubt that tho women
aro prettier than tho men. That Is ol-
ways conceded. Anil slnco they
Btnnd highest In t(te colleges, lake
tho scholarship prizes, do ns much
work and better at lower wages than
tho men, It seems that tho whltc-Chl-
neso Invaders must sooner or later
vote thcmsolves Into tho ballot priv
ilege nnd tho offices. If they can do
all this nnd still make bread, nil men
will have, to follow tho thoughtful
und politic cxumplo of tho President
confess that there Is no reason why
they should not havo tho ballot, but
meekly suggest that the homo t-uouM
havo tho first consideration.
DUE IN SIBERIA
Among tho passengers expected to
urrlvo from Jgpan In tho steamship
Siberia, duo here on ChrlstmaH Day, 1h
tho Hon. K. Illokl, who will becomo
tho first representative nt tho Japan-
08o Government In Chill. Ills rank
will bo that of a Minister. Anil ns
mcli', ho will havo tho honor Qt opening
tho nrst .Inpaneso legation which Is to
bo established there. Hon. Illokl was
connected with tho Jnpancso Embassy
In Washington during Count Aokls
lesldcuco there. When tho Count was
recalled, Illokl. In company with him,
returned to Japan, passing through
Consul General Uycno expects, that
M, Adachl, I.I,. I)., will nlso nrrlvo In
tho same utcumor. Ho Is Counsellor
to tho Japuneso Embassy in Paris, re
turning to his poet nftor enJolug n
pleasant stay In Japan.
Tho Pacific Mull llnor Korea, carry
ing passpiigtiiH und height fir ihc
mainland, Hailed shortly after ' o'clock
this morning. Fourteen first cabin
passengers woro taken on board hare.
Tho Korea, an Iveil hero jesterday
morning iiom mo urieni.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH,
At 8 O'clock.
58" See Our Windows -C
INTER ftlili IS
OFFERING NEW YEAR
TRIP TO VOLCANO
The Intpr-Islatiofstcnm Navigation
Company has presented a special Now
Year holliTay excursion to tho Vol
cano lo the public and It will bo held,
according to sclietfulo nt a $15. rate1
to Hllo and return"cJf tho required
number 'of bookings niror:"
Tluijiotleo tshl 'out1lir.jio com
pany sajs: ;
If a sufifocnt nfntbcrVot )asscn-
Bers pin cltaso Excursion tickets for
Hllo on or beforo Dec. 11, 1908, tho
Inter-Island Slimm Navigation Com
pany will KcncMhe S. 8. Mauna Kot
to mako tho inn to Hllo, leaving Ho
nolulu Thursday afternoon, Dec. 31.
1908, for IIIIu; returning, leavo Hllo
Sunday afternoon, Jan. 3, 1909, to
bo In Honolulu enrly Monday morn
Central Union Church Ilibl' 01 im
at 9:45; IIiIh Is tho Inst Sunday for
now scholars lo bo brought In so an to
qualify on tho present campaign for
now students, Men s IJlliIo Class at
10; continuation of the 'study of Old
Testament history; Dr. J. T. Giillck
will glvo a paper on the "Involution
Theory of Creation." Morning worship
and holy communion at 11; commun
ion messngo by tho minister, subject
VTliat a grand family
medicine Aycr's Sartapa
rllla ll Good for the
I, good for tho par
ent, good lor tho grand
day It Is
of It in the louse. Sometime
during the year sorao member
of the family will certainly need It.
been used for over sixty years. Tested
and tried, and never found wanting.
Is tho best family medicine that over
was made. It makes pure blood, and
pure blood is tfye source of good health.
An now made, Aytr't Swia
parllla amlnint no alcohol.
There are many lmltatlonSanaparillas
Be sure, you get "Ayer's."
tmuti hi Dr. 1. C. A k Co , loall, Mm , U.J A.
ma v chii
li Ti M sW UT VTW
WWmWS&yji J0B TC if
always giye satisfaction and the
being held a Special Sale
in price from 92.50 to
Guaranteed Full Value.
endless variety from 25c to $5, from which we can
make up specially-designed Hats to suit everyone.
'8.ivo One." Christian Liidcnvnr nt
i.:. to; siiujcci uoniiuenuing uur so
ciety, VI Ily Consistent Living."
Evening Rcrvlco at 7!30; sermon by
tho assistant minister, subject "Tho
TJto Catholic Church of St. John tho
Maptlst, Kallhl-w-aena, In charge of
Rev. Father Clement. Tnmonow, De
cember nth, second Sunday of Advent,
3:30 a. m., high mass, sermon, colic-clou,
Sunday school, 4 p. in , Ilnsaiy.
See Whltnoy & Marsh's ail on tho
This year wc have many
New Things in Jewelry for
SCARF PINS of Exquisite
Design. FOBS in New Pat-j
terns ana styles, cuii'i
LINKS in all Orades and at
.11 Ti..'o.. VTTCT TUTTTflVS
nnd STUDS, and MANY OTH
Inspect our large stock of
H. F. Wichman & Co.
for laying in large surfaces of
a clear and deep color.
It is absolutely non-poisonous,
easily applied, and dur
able. Can be used over old
is the Ideal wall finish, and
yet it is cheaper than the Or
dinary crude colors.
It comes in a prepared now-
der, and is ready for use when
mixed with cold water. Sold
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
, 102 NUUANU.
At our Annex
of -Winter Hats,
$50, and every hat
Roses and Trimmings
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
FINELY ENGRAVED JEWELRY
Makes a gift doubly acceptable. We are prepared to
engrave every article bought from us in the nicest manner
See our Christmas Stock of JEWELRY, WATCHES,
Something for everybody; including the Boss of the
House, THE BABY.
M. R. COUNTER, 1142 Fort Street
rd a t v l
Ikl lllArrt'A IMfMAIMA A
TA nilllll V KHMIHIIIV 1
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WA DCIICK lllMI CVCK 1
I French Elbow-Length Kid Gloves 4
Ll in TAN, WHITE, and BLACK Per Pair $3.00 J
- fi Shirt waists :
" WA Absolutely new, in Net, Silks, Mull, and Lawn. No
T4t question as to style and you have many patterns to choose
m? from. , . ititmi
W Christmas Linens for the Table
1 Largest stock in Honolulu and great value. The pat-
r el terns arc exquisitely delicate and artistic.
M Blankets, :
VA Pure wool, in white. A special this week, $4.50, $5,50
W and $6,50 a Pair, .
H Blom. I
B4 OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH. Y
mmrn M. E. SILVA I
&.Jk ' .
XMAS IS COMING
Come in and select SHOES for you
and your children. They are satis
factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
AXMAS GIFT will accompany each
L AYAU SHOE GO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. near KING St.
"For Rent'! euro's on sale
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Oivo him a call and his work will
speak for itself, , ,
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170:
Njglit CaU. 1014. '
-" Ath 1a,