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EVENING nULLETIN,"H0N6LCLU, T. It., 'MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1008.
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NVetllnco R. Pttrrlnuton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii
Tl ! Editorial Rooms,
1 Cl.Bui,nes8 Office,
FOR EUROPEAN IMMIGRATION ,
The telegram of Secretary Gal field
Is mighty good news for tbo'Terrltory
,,f Hawnll and the rnuso of EuropcaL
It means that the Inderal Govern-
ment will, as never hefore, get behind
the Immigration movement, which
will have noo only moral support but
It has been known from the ouli-ei.
that the. European Immigration pol
icy was an Administration policy. In
view of the Department otllcers lend-
!.. II...IH l.i(tt...nnn tn ftucllff TV,!.!,,"
the day of the one hundred thousand
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far away as many would bare us be-
Hating the npprntnt of the Prcsl
1 III 1 til. UIIT II MIIUMII VI (111- I Itut
.lent, the Secret.tr of the Interior at
a time, when the former at least Is
about to .go out of olllce, tve may
rest assured that tho program will 1 1
nil probability bo forwarded aggres
sively by tho Incoming Admlnlstia-
l-rcsidcnt-elect Taft may be ,le- "M b "" ln, " wall of pro
pended upon to advance the cause of J"0" tr"m th enonu-.or which
r i,i.. i ,i,. iui,iu ii ,llls Territory shared equally with
is one or the necessities of a stronger
Americanism anil nn Increased citi
. malnlander has to contend.
The man who bclletes that I'hlllp- Nevertheless, rather than endnn
pine free sugar Is not a ono-sided ger tho Territory with unfavorable
proposition should icail tho article by pxccptlons, the pcoplo were willing
W C. Gregg published, ill this Issue, to bear tho hardships wo must lmvo
H Is n enso of tho Philippines getting Protection.
nil the benefits or free trade, and It Is nn unadulterated (ruth That
buying all tho machinery In .Europe, not u few of our level-headed citizens
Those Islands are also exempt from weio "whipped Into lino" In their
tho eo.istwlso shipping law. Hawaii support of the roastwisc-law suspen
may bo selfish, though wo doubt It. slon, embodied In thohlI that passed
Tho Philippines nre assuredly look- tho House and is now before the Bon
ing for nil the benefits of freo trade ate. They acceded to tho demand for
with tho mainland nml low tariff on free ships for passengers much
European, purchase. t against" their will.- Not that thoy
Another new scheme for handling
Kapaa lands lb the i.ame old story.
Walluku acts wisely In guarding
Its future water supply with great
Can it bo thnt the Gotcrnor has
forwarded no cablegiam dealing with
tho I'edcral building site oxdinngo?
Follow the trail and go down hill
is a rule that will solte the mysteries
for any pedestrian J'lost" on T.uitn
Ilrothcr Trenor will Jute to hustle
If tho Federal departments get in
line' with his work nnd push tho good
, . , ., .
Hawaii Is for Protection and hatei
j"a'; 1cxccl,,tlons-, T'IBt '" "bout
'i'athfAqnly way to reply to Governor
. I'rcar's cablegram of disappointment.
For tho first time In Honolulu, the
II it I I o 1 1 11 Is this yenr enabled to
publish the President's messngo in
full, ns soon ns It is read to tho mem
bers of CongrcbS.
It would hardly ho right for Itoosc
tolt.to go out of nllkn without giving
newspapermen at least nno rap. Ho
has at ono tlmo or another gono after
'most otor 0110 elbo.
Tim new military- post Is another
of tho permanent evidences of Hono
lulu's growth. Theso garrisons will
never slulnk in size, though tho next
ton years brings (tying machines with
n.'tliousund-milo llylug capacity.
This short session Is also expected
In bn n do-little Congressional nuriod.
It, It will pas tho npproprlntlons
nodded to cat ry forward Federal work
Jif'thls Territory, Hawaii will lmvo
ncrreal causo for complaint.
t. . .
jAJong wllh 'tho-other qvdontes of
prosperity wo may look forwnrd to
tomo realization on tho 100,000 need
oil Europeans. There should bo tho
.H.i'nii! .number of touilsts'ln tho not j
faV-dl8ta"ntfutur'e.' - - '
rrrSU Montlia .
Per Year, anyitliere In U S I.oo
Pet Year, anyuhere In Canada... I. Ho
Per Year KlaM, foreign . 3. no
t tit mil at the rostoTice at Honolulu
at rtoml ct tuaitrr.
DECEMBER 7, 1008
WHY HONOLULU CHANGED
Gotcrnor Fi car's disappointment
er " changed position of Hono-
""' '"' organisations on the
coastwise shipping law In .aatural.
H0 Bi,0, s0 understand that tlicro
8 more than one reason for the rc-
crsal of business resolves.
on tlto siirrare, tlio change was
brought about by the request of tlio
Mntt-on Navigation Coniiany for sup
port. It Is ver. ilonbtftil, however, thnt
n settled (otiiiiinnlty eonvlctlon on
such an Important measuie ns tlio
coastwise shipping Inw muld bo to
'uJfk t.ausfonnod Into opposition
If "ler,! weirf no other Influence thtin
"''. steamship company to bo reek-
Honolulu business men nro first.
"f nlWn5'' fnr t,,e Vt"
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. hi-ii iiiu uiut i uirin iui lu.isiwmu
law suspension was first mooted tho
basis of the quiet' but very posltlvo
opposjtlon was that in securing nn
exception for Hawaii the first break
llirttitrilntfititl A t IttiAu I lilt DiinKii
Iiiih lutoltcd tery many hardships on
account of conditions here that are
unllko anything with which tho
objected to fren ships,
feared in the long run Hawaii would
find Itself more hurt than helped.
Consuquently when tho tnilir fight
began to Vring threats more or less
Niiuanu Avenue $50.00
Vumm Avenue .3SOo
School Street $40.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street .$25.00
Lunalilo St. (furnished) "....$40.00
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Alapai Street $10.00
Two bargains in Makiki District
$2650 and $1600.
COR. PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Low Rates; Prompt;
College Hill Lots
lltiy n lot and build n
home. A fair amount
down nml balance In
will make you an own
cr. Iluy now whllo jou
can hare n greater
choice. The number of
new homes building
attest tho popularity
of this most desirable
suburb. You nro pro-
0RCAMF& tected ngnlnst tene
ments and unsightly
shacks. :: :: :: ::
Sjwfi Ijmk LoXft
serious, tho Mntson Navigation Com
pany found a psychological moment
and tho business men of Honolulu nn
excuse. Tho former had,a flrst-class
steamer and transportation Improve
ment to offer. Tho latter were glad
to ceaso their wandering Into what
had seemed to them the doubtful
nreas of free trade.
'Governor Frear docs not approvo
this change of front because It inter
feres with tho program he had laid
down with tho President and Secre
President Ilooscvclt may wrllo n
letter and speak of Honolulnns ns an
aggregation of milk-sops and molly
coddles. ,Hc cannot understand why
tho people of this Territory should
oppose freo trade with the Philippines
or endeavor to rcclprocato favors by
alliances with tho people of tho main
land ns pronounced ns we of Hawaii
are in their protective tariff views.
Much as Ilooscvclt loves us or as
Taft, who comes after, holds us In
high esteem, they would sco nn harm
In Hawaii being given n decreased
measure of industrial protection on
tho argument thnt the Territory has
been granted spcrial transportation
laws nml Is therefore not In a posi
tion to demand exemption from un
favorable sugur-tarlff reductions. '
" If all depends on the point o'r tlcw.
A canvass of tho ihslde-rnnvlctlons of
our business men would probably
bring nut tho fact that thoy bcllovo
tho partial repeal of tho coastwise
shipping Inw would place this Terri
tory at a tactical disadvantage In the
general tariff protection fight thnt Is
to take placo next spring. '
They may bo wrong. Roosevelt
and Frear may be right. i
There Is no doubting that tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii can better Buffer
the Inconveniences of tho coastwise
shipping law, with a now passenger
boat bulldlngrthan Jcopardlzo Its In
dustrial future by Jumping tho Pro
Tho changed attitude on tho coast
wise law amendment is an expression
of Hawaii's Btand-patism, nnd no ox
tended argument or campaigning, was
Lnccessnry to bring tho peopjo back to
ine old status.
EXPECT NO FRAUD
LIHUE, Kauai, Dec. C. The Gar
den Island says edltoriallyT
Whatcvor may havo been tho caso
In Honolulu, It Is highly Improbable
that fraud was perpetrated In' count
ing up tho ballots of tho contending
candidates at tho last election hero
on Knual. When Clins. lilake, the
uercated candldato for Auditor, sues
for a recount It is probable that he
alleges error, not fraud. And the nos
slblllty of an error must always ho
admitted. It would thcroforo seem
not only fair hut oven politic that a
recount bo allowed, ns It would both
allay tho suspicions, harbored tn cer
tain quarters, that unfair means had
boon resorted to, nnd spoil tho
chanco looked for by certain dis
gruntled candidates that they might
explain u refusal of n recount in a
lunnner that would suit tholr partic
ular purposo tho best two years
MONDAY, DECEMBER 7TH,
At 8 O'clock.
MF" See Our Windows WEi
A wedding 'which has attracted
much attcntfon Is tho following:
about "the?fic Young-Tobln wedding. ll r"b' nm diamond ring. Hand
oi5o CannoCcnthuso too much over Bome B,lvcr BlaBa; nnd uriMt-liijio
It. JhomptVnt 12 o'clock the brl- werq countless nnd were ample proof
.i-,...a...- -. ..c. .. . ,..... , of tho popularity of tho happy cou-
jiiinuuKn , uiucii jius uccu wriucu
dral andUbficeicmonVwna perform-
.AkAUhfip niordan. assisted
B tuniMKUMfr 'nrUM. TI.A rlllnr
'TfiM r "
was oxqiUsltoly decorated with Amer
ican He-tuw roses nnd ferns. Tho
bride lookctr charming In whlto sat
in, trimmed' with raro old lace; Her
veil was of tulle, held In place with
orango blossoms, nnd sho carried n
bouquet of.lllllcs ofUho valley. Miss
Helen do Young was the maid of hon
or and wpiwhlte satin gown, wllh
nn. ovcrsklrtof cerise chiffon. Tho
waist wns'itrlmmcd with sliver em
broidery, with a yoke of silver net,
nnd with this sho wore a largo whlto
hat, surmounted with a benutitul,
long ccriso plumo. Tho bridesmaids.
Miss Kathleen do Young, Miss Fran
ces 8tewnrt, Miss Gcncvlcvo Harvey,
and Miss Rebecca Kruttschnttt, tsoto
gowns oxnetly llko tho maid of hon
or's, but hats tvero draped with cc
riso chiffon nnd ornamented with a
single large roso Instead of tho
plumo. An elaborate breakfast, to
which about ono hundred and fifty
guests were bidden, took placo at tho
bride's home Immediately after the
ceremony. It was served In tho ball
loom, ln the center of which was tho
brido's table. It was beautifully dec
orated with all varieties of whlto
flowers, nnd hung with festoons of
cnrnntlous. 'Hcsldcs tho bridal party
those seated at this tablo were Mr.
and Mrs. do Youug, Mrs. Eleanor
Martin, 'Archbishop Rtordan, Illsliop
do Silvn, and Father Kumin, Among
the guests present tvero Mr. and Mrs.
It. P. Schwcrln, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mnrtln, Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor,
Mr, and Mrs. Ilaldwln Wood, Mr.
and Mrs. Kugcno de Kalilu, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sadoc Tobln, Joseph lied-
ding, Miss Lily O'Connor, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Lansing Kellogg, MIbs Edith i
Simpson,' Mr. and Mrs. Oils Taylor,,
Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Fostor Dutton.l
Mrs, Wellington Gregg, tho Misses
Gregg, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clement Tobln,'
E. M, Greonway, Mrs. Edgar Preston,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllard Drown, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Worthlngton Ames, Dr. and
Mrs. J. Wilson Shields, Mr. nnd Mrs.1
Ernest PclxottoT Mrs. Wakefield lin
ker, Mrs. Portor, Miss Ives, William
Huff, Percy, King, Frank do Lisle, TI. ,
Cnrrlngton Wilson, Miss Alice linger,'
Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe Eastland, Mr. nnd
Mis. Jack Wilson, Miss Holon Dean,
Miss Augusta Foute, Miss Janet Cole
man, Miss Merritt Held, Mrs. Krutt
sehnltt, tho Misses Davis, Walter Ho-'
bait, Ferdinand Sherlot, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Russell Iloguo, Miss lthoda Pick
ering, Miss Jennno Gallols, Mrs. Pat
rick Calhoun, Mss Margaret Cal
houn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martjn,
tho Misses O'Connor, Miss Dean,
Frank de Llslo, Itoy Plko, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Henry Clarence Drccdon, Mr. I
nnd Mrs. H. McDonald Spenror, Mr.
nud Mrs. Vincent Whitney, Miss Ja
net Von Schrooder, William Ronaldr
eon, Mrs. McKlnstry, Mrs. Thomas
TT.7E always give satisfaction and the worth of
" .your money. t At our Annex there is
being 'held a Special Sale of Winter Hats, ranging
in price from $2.5o to, $50, and every hat is
Guararitee'd Full Value. Roses and Trimmings in
endless variety from 25c to $5, from which we can
make up specially-designed Hats to suit, everyone.
Illsliop, AIlss Grnco Hammond, Miss
Pollak, Stowart ilurnctt, W. lind
Mrs. James V. Coleman, Mj nnd Mrs.
Oscar Cooper, John Oalloff, and oth
ers. The wedding prc'sonts tvero
wonderfully beautiful nnd handsome.
A dog collar of pearls nnd diamonds
was Mis. Hermann Oclrichs' gift and
11 bet of luby and diamond pins was
Mrs. John Mnckay's. Mrs. Charlie
Claik gato tho bride, n sapphire and
diamond bracelet. Mis. Toblu's gift
I'le. Tho brldo's bouquet was caught
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.iininin rA ii nnn.n. r ....!
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Mrs. Joseph Tobln Jr. dashed away
In n big red nutonioblln nfter having
carefully evaded the guests who tvero
waiting to Bhowi'r them' with rice.
This year we have many
New Things in Jewelry for
SCARF PINS of Exquisite
Design. FOBS in New Pat-
terns and Styles. CUFF,
LINKS in eU Qradet and at
all Prices. VEST BUTTONS
and STUDS, and MANY OTH
Inspect our large stock of
H. F. Wichman"& Co.
, Leading' Jewelers.
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 colon.
It comes in a prepared pow
der, and is ready for use when
mixed with cold water. Sold
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
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, I
; Something for everybody, including the Boss of the
rHouse', THE" BABY.
'M. R. COUNTER, 1142 Fort, Street
BETTER THAN EVER
French Elbow-Length Kid Gloves
in TAN, WHITE, and BLACK .' Per Pair $3.00
. Shirtwaists -
Absolutely new, in Net,
question as to style and you
Christmas Linens for the Table
Largest stock in Honolulu and great value, The pat
terns arc exquisitely delicate
white. A special t
Pure wool, in white.
ana fo.ou a fair.
XMAS IS COMING
Come in and select SHOES for you
nnd your children. They-are satis
factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
AXMAS GIFT will accompany each
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. near KINO St.
gf"For Rent" cards on' tale at
Silks, Mull and Lawn. s No
have many patterns to chooso
A special this week, $4.50, $5.50
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH.