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AILY and WEEKLY PnMLAed by BU1LETHI. PWLreHnCQfCO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Toeidayof each week.
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Wallace R. Rarrlngton.
SUBSCBLPTION BATES PAYABLE IS ADVANCE,
Pn Month, tnjrwhere In D.3 ; .78
Per Quarter, snywtieii In U.S 3.oo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii ,r
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totcrtd it the ritifEet st'ltonolulo
ru ftceond-ctaift matter;
WEDNESDAY .OCIOBEB 20, 1909
'No gain is so certain as that which .and '" merchantsu8t Bhlp Ihe
proceeds from the economical me of goods (o Biuii!)-them,
what you have Latin Proverb. M"c prodVt.iire leaving tho Is-
i i lnnils. Tlio Alameda going out this
'Mr. llryan Rajs ho doesn't want moraine. Tor Instance, carries a
to, hut ho refuses to sny ho never large curgo of rpnned fruit, where
will. I In former years,' nt tho close of tho
BUgnr season,, tlir. stenmsbips leav
ing this port for San Francisco were
pretty well satisfied to have enough
cargo for ballast. '
In co far ns It la possible for a
city's gloat futin o to he guaranteed,
Evidently llllt Aylctt Is not the
only member of the Hoard of Super
vltors who talks too much.
& If there was over u place ou earth
.y.. where tho goods were laying arouixt Jionoliiln has that guarantee.
to he picked tip hy a live transpor
tation company, Honolulu Is the one.
In. so far ns It Is possible for the
peoplcorjjjqnolulu to gel together,
they are united on, tffc policy of giv
ing frolght to thcjlne.t carrying the
Over and above nil this Is the pio
tectlou the transportation lines ob
tain under coastwise shipping' laws.
What more can they usk?
All businesses, more or less of ti
gamble. It Is Impossible to not tnko
sumo risks. And since tho Mntsnn
Navigation Company nhlps ate lilted
I to tho limit, witi, no immcdlalo pros
New York, as usual, has such n 1)C(;t of aUdltionui ))n80ngcr ships
complete mlx-up In politics that the be,ng on fQr tho car,y )mrt or
election of a reliable Mayor backed (he w,ntcr le.BUrcst tllnB tho clty
by a reliable city government will of j,onoluu can otter (g that the
be the result of someone s blunder. 0ccanlc jincr Sierra will bo notonly
In grept nccommwlatlon to the people
Another advance In Bitgnr may
threnteu Ihu price of stocks fur no
other reason than that It Is the way
things go In tho Honolulu market.
Presumably those figuring on the
length of tho extra Fcsslon hnvo tak
en Into consideration tho necessity
'to nllow tlmo for the speeches of the
orator frmii Kobala.
If the Promotion Committee of of j,onolu,Ui but n flnanca 8Ucce,8
some of thoso Ksklmo villages wcro , ,f t , COIldl,on for tho Honolulu
..I.. .tl.l .. r . . I. n inf. III... Illmllll '
Ulll TlKli UlltU WIU JUU, iui.-j nuuiu
take this occasion to advertise their
claim to head tho list of summer re-
What will bo tho result If It ap
pears that the public doesn't cure1
much whether the enemies of law
nnd order engaged in tho exciting
Incidents of tho Jnpanesa strlko suf
fer the penalty of tho law or not?
Honolulu Is fully Justified In ask
lie tho American transportation
tympanies jo gotnhead under a. little
heavier head of steam. They should
nt least keep pVtcc'wtlh the city.
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
BeretaniaSt 2B.R.. 25.00
Young St ...4B.;r. 25.00
yineyard St 3.B.R.. 30.00
725 Kihan St 3B.R. . 32.50
110 Bates St 3B.R.. 35.00
Berctania St 3B. R. . 40.00
1475 Thurston Avc..4B.R.. 40.00
1286 Beretania St. ..5B.RV 40.00
Elsie Av IB.R.. 40.00
Makiki St 3 B. R. .? 45.00
Huuanu Ave: 4 B. R. . 100.00
A Country Home
' ' "'for Sale f
' ' A new 5-room house
with modern plumb
j injr, fireplace; beauti
ful view; servants'
quarters; six acres of ,
., cleared land. Thc
property is fenced and .
.i has a sprint; of water
near upper end.
. Price $4,500.00
OF SPnECKLLS WILL
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ATTORNEY DUNNE GOES l
AFTER SU0AR KING WILL
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Closing Assault on Provisions of
Document by Attorney, for John
, ,D. and Adolph Spreckels.
Trent Trust Co., Itd.
EOPLE with pro
perty who 'wish
to keep the in
terest of their heirs'
in mind will find it
much 'to .their advan
tage to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and xvd will ex
Bishop Trust Co.,
Ltd., f 'l
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from the Coast is now em
ployed at the Soda-Fountain'1
in the Alexander
Open from 6 a. m. to
'"" llt80 p; m.
The public doesn't care who In-
;;,'j fluenccd IHU Aylctt. Let "the loud
'tJJR talkers go off In n corner and dls-
X course on that ,by themselves. The
',' .leoido want to know If ll. Aylett Is ' - ; -
rlght., IX. ho lsn:t. they know hc.cnn ' ' ,l1,lI-,.nrrrn ,-,-
never bo blackguarded lito line,
There are at least two sides to the
telephone question,-nnd' ono of them
Is that the Supervisors aro .supposed
to make the best possible terms for
carrying tho wires of the city, pollco
and' flru service. Ast man' etfery 'tel
ephone subscriber Is' Lia4 taxpayer,
thero Is no reason who any of them
should become excited' over delays
'Inability of homesteaders to mort
gage, their property under certain
conditions would prevent tho estab
lishment of such a colony ns exists
aUKnlahco, nnd this Is one of the
and much troublolrTfhTJong run,
Why should the- Organic Act be
changed so as to cnablo bondsto bo
Issued liv tlin counties 'without clv-
ijigithe counties'1 lijiiojver tf laBsess
taxosi'? Vns It-not-nureccUby tho
Hnntlnnnvliui nf 1ia Int. I nrrlulnltirn
.f communities that niuiears jo have ,o ,evy
..solved ono of tho lerrltorys great g lniprovemont would
and JGod Speed the' parting.
children cheering for San Kranclsco
means that the metropolis of the
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"""' ' uo accepted "two years henco?'"
"'".Threo hundred thousand Chicago K?. "? should tho Legislature
nronose mat inu urcunic ct ue
amended In .u tayi tor postpone the)
. ... . ,1. I111V WI1I!I1 I1UHUII H 11IX BlDLflll D11UII
rnr West las pianteu seeus in wio - ,.."; JT , ..a . . m
memory of Chicago youthMhat are tablftlir dn an'hat. Intclll
certain to bear fruit a few year.ont' business-like basis?
hence when tho, boys nnd girls be
gin to travel. Whatever happens,
they will' all wunt to see Snn Francisco.
Since Mr. Aylett on several occa
slons has shown that with all his
faults, he still -possesses the confi
dence of d largo number of people
who cast ballots In this city and
county. It would appear tho part, ol
ordinary common senso to make tho
whole matter clear to him or anyone,
else who would know moro of where
tho city will eventually, got off un
der nn agreement that binds It for
It Is better to devoto n few hours
or days to tho onllghtment of ono or
'two representatives of tho peoplti
than to pass tho next twenty-seven'
years In political squabbles based bn
tho telephone agreement.
Ilulldozing and bluff, blnckgtiard
ism nnd libel don't go In this town
when It comes to the llnal verdict ot
the people. That has been proved
to tlio. satisfaction ot thinking men,
particularly In the Honolulu elections.
The Immediate business ot the Su
pervisors Is to make provision for'
tho police and fire alarm wircsihaw
'-Though 'SuborviMwAyloU mayJ.
not bo crrorlcsirttrhls vlews-on pub
lic matters, .It la an absolute cer-
talh'ty "that IfJtheAolers of the Tefrl-
carrled'on tho 'poles of the telephone
company and do" It In a manner :that
will provldo for 'fcxtcnslons m -well
ns' tiie"condiiUa planned under the
ThcsA wires should be carried at
the least exp'enso posslblo to tho city,
nnd It dickering Is required to ac
complish this, 'why, dicker. If It be
necessary ,(o explain tho situation
several times to certnln Supervisors,
explain It seven times seven.
This will bo easier to do now than
during tho nex election. Aylott
needs only, n llitlo more blackguard
ing, suchNus ho received this morn
ing, to mako his' re-election a po
i T1i'o,'forcsl service In Washington
liiu found a fence Hint will protect
western sficeiifolds from tho ravages
of .coyotes. The fence, while keep
ing out poyotvs, will not bar bears,
b'allgb''or lynxes. , (
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MBf BUULETN ADR PAY m ,
Merchants and commission men In
Increasing numbers have been giv
ing' their -freight- In "Increasing , tory Wert l)Jlgl on the; .merits oi
quantities to the lines that carrj; upervisop'AylttSi telephone- views,
the passengers,- over since tho U u l-fasI:fai'nB(tlle ' unfair, prejudiced
1 o 1 1 n started tho campaign for statements and vicious misrepresent
thi) upbuilding of the local transpor- tatlons mado by tho newspaper of
tutlon lines run with a due regurU tho njtornc fotfe telephone, .corn
far local Interests. " i lu,ny, tiylEt would' wfu by nn easy
It should bo no difficult matter un-1 ten-to-one vote. i '
der conditions ns they exist today Thero- hou-tiecn altogether too
nnd promise for tho future to reason- much bluff and bluster in the doal
ubly ussurp the Oceanic' .Steamship iji'gs qf tbe(tfdj)illond .'peoplo with
Hue the pntrunago in freight that tho city representatives of tho poo
wllljustlfy Its putting,, tho Sierra' i)q. ,,,;,, t t ,n
on tho run to Sun KianclstOI " JpJlJf 'upa) Jsor AyJelfJ'does not yet
Honolulu cannot and will not tie sea the proposition clearly, It ho be
Itself, up to n hard and fast contract' llevcshal (be telephono company
forvthe carrying trndo with any line, ns rcDrciiatad bycortoln of Its nt-
llut the men doing business can es-. tornoys Is nulto willing to take the
tabllsh methods that are even mora bettor side-of tho, bargain and at-
effective for thu common good than , low the' people what remains, he Is
! the written contract,; I not' unlike a considerable number of
m n.l.lii ..I... In n.im.lnn fPf.A In. It.A alantn.nln nt ,lla .1,.. nn.l ..n.m
'i I ma lj faluIHh, 1 liW Mt IMV VfV.IUIHIG, Ul 1JIID V,, W1IU VWUI1
i?AFUil fiolfht ImMi U-nvn. tfin I It
croascd pnsscngor travel Is not the
spurt of a 'special time of the yenr.
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REAL ESTATE ,1-OR SALE
San Francisco, Oct,, S. Poter I-
Dtinno, nttnrncy, for John I). Spreckels
and Ailbl nil Sprockets, reached the
licilrt of his argument yesterday In tils'
closing. attack on 'the trust clause of
Clans Sprcckol's will, battering down
mercilessly tho bulwark raised by At
torneys O. K. and Chnrlcs Ctishlrig in
their effort of last week tp. sustain the
document. , Dunno was direct nnd
pointed, In, his .assault, striking ono
after another thq nrgtinicnts advanced
In behalf ot the proponents and literal
ly tearing them to, pieces, tlo depend
ed most on .tho power of his own log
ical analysis of tho provisions of tho
mooted document, yet every point ho
made nnd every plutso of bis argument
wns adequately substantiated with
copious citations of authorities.
An added Interest was attached io
tho caco yesterday aftqrnoon by the
presence In tho courtroom of Sirs.
Km m a Ferris, daughter of tho lato
Clans Sprockets, who reached San
Kranclsco -Wednesday night direct
from I-omltm, trs, Ferris' Interests
nro,, boumf up with those ot Hudolpll
ami Oils Spicckcls, as sho was named
with them Inllio will ns one of tho do-
vlseeo under tho trust which her fath
er attempted to creute. She ?ntqrcd
tho courtroom with her brother, Hu-
dolpli Sprcckeli, and was an IntTCst-
cd llsteuor during tho entire aftennon
Analyzes Trust. Clause.
Dunne concluded his comparison
and analysis. of tho technical words of
tho trust clause of tho will lining the
morning session of court. Ho declar
ed that tho presence of both the words'
devises" and "legacies" In tho will In
dicated tho Intention of tho testator
that his property should be taken .by
devise often tho trust provision wcro
carried out. He pointed out, also, that
It was the Intention ot Clans Spreckels
that tho Interest given .Mrs., Ferris
should consist ot tho rcventio from
personalty alone, und that sufficient
personalty cxlctcd In the property to
nllow of this nnd still leave half n mil
lion dollars' worth of personalty: ovpr.
without tho necessity of any sale of
Dunno summed up this portion of
his argument with tho assertion that
tho will Itself proved that no equitable
conversion of property was necessary
nor Intended by tho testator and that
no sacrifice of property" was to b3 con
sidered. Ho scoffed at Cuehlng's
"slender nnd attenuated doubts," In
reference to tho lattcr's -contention
that all doubts should bo resolved In
favor of testacy, declaring that the
theory of tho law Is a doubt la refer
ence to tho conversion o property
Bhould not bo resolved In favor of
conversion, but as opposed to It. He
termed tho Fair case tho "Hop In Cnsli
Ing's path, not to bo bearded' by the
doctrlno of cqultnblo conversion or tho
doctrine of merger and evaporation.;'
Tho doctrlno .of morger received the
snnio sort of consideration nt Dunne's'
hands ns ho hadglven tho subject of
conversion. It, could havo no applica
tion to an uulawful truBti to convey,
ho sald.'and any such attempted appli
cation was nothing more than a, legal
fiction. He pointed out that tho trust
described In thq, will was not.a passl'vo
but a very, nctlvo trust, under wnich
tho trustees would ho forced to por
form sovornl duties,- Including, a divid
ing of tho trust properly Into equal
"I do not suggest that thero would
bo fraternal disunion between Gits and
nudnlph In tlieir-dlvlslon'of tho estate
becattso t, mako no rofprcnccB in tills
caso that nro not entirely respectful to
Ous nnd rtifrtolph," ho' declared, "but
Mr. Gushing evidently considered tho
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 50.000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tables.
A partial result, of 6ur Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
.of the (treat lace makers ,is to be seen in our store these
days, when we are' lhowihg'.a grand assortment of entirely
new patterns in. laces.. The assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on any occasion. .Note the prices:
PURE LINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 32
Price, 10c, 12Vao and 15c
This is an excellent value
Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, 30c ,pcr dozen yards
ana oc per-yara.
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. $2,25, $2.50, $2.75, $3
and ?3.2D yard.
Widths from l'irich to'5'
Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 50o and 75c per
piece j 10c and l-JVc per
Band, Insertion; Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, lOo to $5.60 yard.
NEW' NECKWEAR, NEW SILK IACE SCARFS,
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
L B. KERR & CO., M
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment' and ten ($10) dollars A month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI(PARX TRACT. These lots command, a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Sa7 and nro convenient to car line.
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. Vew of Diamond Head, and ;Honolulu Har
bor. - v ' '
jl IB nil pari aim puix-ei ui ma us
ITaMfAil Avtinnslnn nml Rtefldllr cinvel-
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'" oiling sbuslnt-sa at these islands In
v i h.
ty, sbmo 'of whom lire' not rapid
thinkers, some ot whom nro, from
Missouri and would be shown, nnd
some of whom still hnvo memories,
of Kehel and other similar philan
thropic enterprises with which Sonio
..general nnd the city ot.-JIonolulu In of tho legal light leading the tele-
y' partlculnr. ' i phone on has hceir associated.
(Unlesa some unforeseen disaster ir-aupervisor-Ayieit believes tnoro
'w - occurs, the congestion wm existing Is n Joker In the agreement, It Is bot-
'wlll be more than duplicated next ter for him To bq fully Informed
yeir, simply because tlio t)iislnossj Is nowthan at a later day after tho
i. comliJR. In.thlS dlreetloJi-'-Moropc(- agreoriieiit.ls- BlgnedJ delivered nnd
.. :; i'plo are coming here, as transient becomes n political Issue In the mu-
Avlsltors nud permanent resioenis, mwipm viujmi6ii.
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Two desirable building lots, '
36,000 square feet '..'. .' $2,000
13,000 square feet"
Let us snow you an investment in COLLEGE HILLS real estate
an -opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage of- it, :
How Many of You
Fail to read the messages contained in the classified
advertising columns of the B n 1 1 e t i n ? The "aver-
age reader glances over this por ion of the -paper
.every evening because it gives information of a most
valuable kind that cannot be found in any other part
of any other paper published in the Islands. It con
tains the message of the person who has lost some
thing, found something, or has something to sell. In
likewise when you have lost .something, found some
thing or have 'something to sell, tell the other read
crs o fthc classified columns about it. It will pay
you and the cost is but' one cent a word.
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thlsjs a very ncilvc, nndinot'-a passlvo
Dunno nltncl-.ed Cushlng's argu
ments concerning n trust to .convey
as .being based absolutely ou a false
promise. Ho pointed out that al
though a trust to convey was con
demned nnd mado unlawful under tho
California statutes, .this did' not hold
true. In England or under- tho laws of
many other stntes. HoTthcn called
attention to tliojnct that tho itnthof
I ties which dishing hud relied, upon
in support of his claims had been
drawn largely If, not entirely .from'tho
Jurisdiction's In 'which n trust to' con
vey could bo, legajly established, t'-
der such jurisdictions and under the
lCngllsh doctrine, ho. showod thnt a
trust to convoy vested nn, Immediate
cqiiltablo estate in the benoflciary and
un Immediate legal estate In thb trus
tee, (he former continuing to exist un
tlf displaced by tho truBt to convey.
In such cases, ho ulllrmcd, the will
Itself was tho direct Immediate con
veyance of tho cqultnblo estate to tho
Editor Uiillotn, City: Tly
Executive Committee In charge of tho
building campaign for tho Young Mcii'h
Christian Association requests, mo to
convey to you their .appreciation of
your corporation In our recent move
ment. Tho help of tho newspaper.)
was of vital Importance to tho succors
of Ilia campaign, nud you camo to our
To tho thanks of tho Executive, Com
nilttco wish, to add my own personal
General Secretary. ..
John D. Rockefeller told tho Sunday,
school of tho Euclid Avenue Unptlst
church nt'Clovplnnd on tho Ufty-foutth
anniversary of his obtaining his first.
Job how much trouble, ho had getting a
, Governor Wlllson of Kentucky, In u
public statement, advises tho shooting
down of night riders. He sayH ho will
possibility of Etich n, thlif&'nnd that pardon any ,mnn who resorts to arms
fact In itself Is a strong argument that to defend hlu homo.-
Those "Arnold " Goods
The .True Baby Outfit
Fort' and Merchant Streets,
Consider how tehder the baby's
skin Is, and the Importance ot se
lecting right garments Is emphn
sized', The fine knit' fabrics of,, the
"AnNOI.D" GOODS aro maao-from
soft, twisted yarns, chemically treat
ed tomake, tliem highly , antiseptic,
.sanitary and absorbent. These gar
ments excel In beauty at finish,
shapeliness and nun-lrrltntlng quali
ties, Mothers seeking the host for
their babies will by ail means 'adopt
tho "AltNOLD" KNIT GARMENTS.
See "Arnold" catalog for Illustra
tions and full descriptions.
On an outing take along a
I B. P. Ehlefs&Co.
i . .
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A full line ,of leather, cases
always 'on .
hand at ,
H. F. Wichmaiv
& Co.. Ltd.,
w ' 4-,' YiW'W"
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