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EVEN1K0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, TtTHSDAY, DEC. C, 11110.
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a shame as being unwilling to learn.
i THE ELECTION CONTEST.
Tim .decision or the Smncmc Court
In tlio (.untested election for the olllce
of .hior r toiKtltilu will bo pub
lished lit full In the Intent edition of
tlw II n 1 1 1) t'l n tills afternoon.
Tlio .siiniporters of JInior Horn'
'cniitciillolt luivo unquestionably
Knlni'il tlio first point, "ml the fate of
the Ueipulillcim cause appears to rent
on tlio nullity of tlio nttornes to sub
mit oWdenco lo substantiate the
chaws of IrrcKiilnrltles recognized
liy the court as dilation of common
honesty In the conduct of tin election.
Consequently, until the Inst word
has been said by the nttornejs In the
euro thero still appear nn element
nl tlni'ht us toiUiat the outcome of
the contest will be.
OUR CHINESE LOAN.
I'rois dispatches of a few days ntw
roportul that the foretell nchlscr of
tlio l'ekln goornment was apposing
the completion of thfc deal by which
our llnnncl.il leaders are to loan
Kteryono nt nil acquainted with the
situation In the Orient rccofinlzcs this
nioo ns nn outcropping of tho Huro
pomi nnd nosslhly Japanese opposi
tion to Increased power of America in
China. Correspondent Millard, who
passed thiuuKh tlio city recently, told
tho truth when ho said that this loan
was a Breat stroke for America. Nat
urally It Is nnd will bo opposed to tho
last ditch by tho Powers that nro
Jealous of American prestige and only
tiwal.liiK tlio opportunity to curvo tho
Chineso Empire nnd dlWde it among
dreed Is at tho bottom of the oppo
sition ordinarily designated by more
polite nuiiius. Somo Idea of tho form
that objections take when made for
publication may bo obtained from nn
editorial article, in tho "Oriental Eco
nomic Ilevlow," a llttlo mngazlno pub
lished by Japanese) In Now York city.
This publication makes tho com
ment thnt Americans generally do
' not seem lo realize what a prize their
financiers have gained, also that tho
details of the loan thus far given the.
public aro lory- meager. Then It con
tinues, "We nro told, for Instance,
that tlio principal object of tho loan
is to enable China to carry out the
miich-dlsciissed nnd long-doluyed re
form of her Impossible currency. In
tho siiiiio broath. It Is also stated that
1 a portion oT tho proceeds of tho loan
will bo diverted to Industrial pur-,
poses In Manchuria nnd other parts of
i China, aiidvt'u'at naigo part of tho
; tnnnry Vlirb'e invested here In tho
form of purchases from American
r.tcol works nnd possibly nlso dock-
, yards. Exactly what proportion of
tho loan is to ho dovoted to the so
called Industrial purposes, no Indlcn-
' Ijon is given, nlthough It Is believed
It may possibly bo as much ns fifty
, .of sixty por cent. How a paltry sum
of twcnly-flvo or thirty million dol
lars would BUfflco for the reforming
of tho currency system of nn empire
of 400,000,000 souls, Is bcydnd our
comprehension, Hven tho whole,
amount of the lonn ($30,000,000)
. would fall far Bhort of1 the need. Can
it possibly bo that the prosont loan Is
only n small Instalment of n great
artm which Is to he ndvanced to China
In tho nonr futuro? Otiiorwlse, wo
aro nt n loss to understand how even
n beginning could bo made In the task
or placing the Clilncso monctnry sys
tem on a sound and enduring basis,
Unless somo such largo and compre
hensive Hchonio has been matured, no
body at all conversant with the finan
cial situation of tho Chinese flovern
ujent enn resist tho suspicion thnt tlio
greater part of the funds realized by
tiiijTloan he absorbed In making
BJJiJjfJ'10. '"ft-augmentlng dcflcjtB In
tlionceUtrwtiind 'provincial treasuries.
Uieryoody knows that China is badly
in need of money She wants money
to rehabilitate her army and nay, to
curry out her scheme of buying back I
tl.e railway concessions to foreign
companies, nnd to build more rail
ways; but nbovu all sho most urgent
ly nefiU muney to keep her machin
ery ut government going. Her pub
lic expenditures are Increasing at a
rate altogether out of "proportion (,f
her revenue, which Is almost station
ary. "Wo would not bo understood us In
nny way criticising the present Minn
clal transaction. As China needs
money, It Is well that she should get
what she requires from whatever
quurter sho likes, and personally, wo
aro plensed that that quarter should
bo Wall Street. Our only concern Is
Is to whether or not the question of
currency reform has been taken up
In earnest ut l'ekln. If It has been
It Is certainly good news to nil Inter
ested In China's development. Un
fortunately nothing lias yet trans
pired to Justify such optimistic vlow.
Ono of tho greatest obstacles to tho'
successful carrying out of a compre
hensive scheme of currency reform, Is
the apparent absence In China of nny
statesman strong enough to shoulder
the great responsibility for u chango
almost revolutionary nnd certainly
more serious thah tho Inauguration
f n parliamentary regime. Thero is
:.o evidence that a man or that vlrllo
type is coming to the front under the
present regency at l'ekln."
Kdltor 12 v o n I u b 11 ti 1 1 e 1 1 n:
Mj attention being called to an ar
ticle on j our first naire. venliii? Ustm
oT even date, and headed. "lvn.1.1
Urous Hack Again Labor Agent He-
turns From Mnluland to Tall; With
Husalnns Here," 1 doilre to simply
fay that whoever has given you tho
Inclination has tried to mislead you.
ns the Canadian laws specifically re
quire that all Immigrants to that
ccuntry must bu citizens or natives
of tho country from which passage la
taken, I. e., n Russian from the Unit
ed States or Hawaii would not bo
allowed entrance Into Canadian porta
unless such Itucslnn glinll havo lie
come a untttra.lzed citizen; conse
quently it would be uselers for ilio
to talk to any TtusklAiis with the pur
pose you stato In view.
In Justice to jcumelf nnd to my
loyal Intentions to Hawaii, I nsk that
yon Insert this. Yours very truly,
A. W. I'HHELSTUOUS.
Honolulu, December G 1910.
Two fine Lots in
A Big Bargain
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The office of the
is now in the Telephone Building on
Adams Lane. A telephone Call will
bring a boy for your message.
which ho stated "that tho time Is not
yet ripo for Immediate action." He
alio stated "that tho most objection
able features, co fur as the nctlon of
the committee Is concerned, was the
secret meetings alleged to have been
held by them over the appointment
of tho board of trustees." That may
bo so, but as rome uf the members
of the four It think that It is about
time In step in nnd help him out of
his old nge, I think It Is one of the
grandest wan of showing our due
rpspect to the one whose labor Is nenr
half a century. So we hold nn In
formal meeting 'of some of the prom
inent members of tho church on Au
gust 11, 1910, formed a committee
of twelve members nnd nlso passed
a motion to meet the pastor nnd ask
him to call n meeting of all tho mem
hers of tho church to consider ways
nnd means of electing n board of
trusteed, "And it was also decided that
a ropy nfftlio minutes of this hicet-
lug boTorthwlth presented to tho
pastor. This was dotio and wu c.tli
rt iijion tho pastor tho fol'ilult-q;
We nic the same crafts,
manlike methods in making
our frames as in our Christ
mns Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
we presented ouriselws ready" and
inked lilm to call the meeting, ho l el
fused to recognize us nlul n-cttsed us.
of plotting, etc. Not mtlsfied with
this, he used the pdlpit ris a plain'
for ronstlng thoro who are seeking to!
help hfm out dining his old age '
And, now, wlioio is tho Eecielnc.-a.iifl
Our meetings? 'Why not, In the, name
of goodurr-s sake, give us wlint 'we ,
aro lulling? Appoint mobility, ns
Inhg ns he Is a member of the Ka
walfihno church, no tlult ( title
can ho perfected by asking the gov
ernment to issue n patent, thnt It
luriy be oilr property forever, nnd to
Vc.tk In harmony so that the trustees
may know exnctly whnt to do when
he resigns or Is disabled.
V are not In any wav Inlcrferlng
with his forty-eight enrs of Ioiiri
icrvlre All wo want Is n "hoard of.
tlustees." re that we can have.
voice In our own dutch nffnlrs In a
legal way Yours respe tfully,
.IOIIN K. KAMANOUM'
Honolulu, Dp ember B, 1910,
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for FIll'IT, VH S. S. Sierra, Falling
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Do.embcr 20. DON'T MISS IT.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
Tho answer, from him was for ua
to so eet tho names of tho trustees
und then he would call the meeting.
In epllo of our protest that It Is none
of our business to select nnmes, but
ho Insisted on having; them. We
therefore) compiled with his wishes
and presented seven unities on Sep
tember 1, 1910, nnd on September
7 ho do lared that ho was satisfied
and they should ho bondod. Wo nlso
compiled with this request, and when
Mr. I'erelBtrous stated further in
hlq talk with a" II n 1 1 e 1 1 n man '
this morning that during his absence
h) hns made arrangements with tho
Canadian rnclflc Hallway and tho Ca-'
ntidlitn government to secure settlers
to take 'tip land along the. line' of the
railway In Canada.
Mr. I'orclstraus btatcs that ho Is
to leavo here on the Manchuria and
will proceed nt on o to Harbin, whero1
ho will enlist settlers for Canada, tho
people going direct to Canadian
Speaking of the condition of Una
elan's brought to these Islands, I'erel.1
strpus said thnt he met this morn-'
lug a man of family that had been
at work for the last flvo months on
Mnt'tl. . I
"They lind tWo hundred and Tlfty
dollnrn In foln. It shows that they
havp ,ddiie ivery well. Thoy wore
drawing it' from the bank. What
tTiey.HitoiiddoIng I do not kijow.Jiut
I nispect th'nt thoy nro bound oft on
tho Wllholmlnn tomorrow. I
"While 1 was In San rrnnclsco I
saw s6mo of the people who hud been
hero. Thoy aro having n hard life.
They mny get two dollars and two
dollars nnd a half per day, but they
work for only a day or two of the.
ut o ! Uffll!
I' MfU a
AN OPEN LETTER.
Kdltor Evening Ilttl let lu
lu ymir Saturday nfternoon's 'Issue,
an Interview wat held by youpirep
resonjatlvo wjjli the Hov. IT. II. bar
ker 'in' fegardto'the prbposeiUtrus-
i Ices of tho Kawalalmo church, 1:
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Boach Lots, Koolnuloa, Oahu
Vi'e offer thcBo deslrablo bearh lots
elttiato mi the windward side of Oahu
for lo.tso for n twenty (20) joar term
at n moderate rental.
Lots aro 100x300.
This property can bo reached1'!
rail. "" -W '
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A Bargain in Makiki District for
$3250 ' T
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLtTLU, T. H.
Republican Committee Talks
Over Endorsements and
(Hlclnl n ti 1 1 -1 1 ii Ccrn upondence.)
WAIU'It', Maul, Ilec. 3. Tho Ke.
ptibll' ctu exe'.'ittlve (ommlttce met at
Knhtilttl Inst Wcdnesdny morning for
tlio consideration of several matters
of great Interest to tills cottntv.
Among tho matters taken up wn.1 the
endorsement by tho committee of tho
application of (leo. Cnpp of Wnlnkna
fcr the position of deputy tax nMes
rrr and collector for tlio illstilrt nt
Maknwno, miido vacant by tho elc-l
Hon of A. 1'. Tavares to tho Hottso of
Six years ago Copp resigned tho
deputy tax aesessorshlp of Mnkawnn
to become n member of the IIoiiso,
mid rerved fcr ono term; but when,
urged to again represent this county
. .. ,.., ii.-.
I 111 llio .lower nouse no repiieu iiuii.
jonro was enough for hlni and so K.
1 11 iMrley tuccecded him for olio term.
.Since his. return from tho Legisla
ture he has been managing Mrs.
Dora ven Teniiwky's rnn-h nt Krow
linn. Wnlnkcn. Ktllll. Maul, with
igic-at su?-ets, but his frlonda prevail
ed u pen htm to again apply for Hip
deputy cF.CFsorshlp, with the result
(tint ho received tho endorsement of
,tl,o committee Ho hns also been a
member of tho liquor commission for.'
, Ma tiivlnlmi When Mr Tnvarf.s ro-!
,titrm fifim his first torm In tho Ter-
liltnrlal Lcglslntiire, ho will dovoto
rll his time to his legal practise In
Maknwno and Kuln, besides tho man-
cgement of leading huelnees enter
prises whore he l.s deeply Interested.
Tho cnmmltlen did not take up the
tnnttor of endorsing Samuel Kelll
iinl'is nsplrntlnna for Speaker or tho
House, hut ma? do ro If the occasion
requires. Hon. if. I. Ualdwln. chnlr
ninn of the executive committee, Is
nwoy on the mainland nt present, nnd
until his return no Important legis
lative matters, such as Kahultil wliurf
nnd the conversion of government
water leaso money for use of conn-,
ties, will be taken up. The Maul
delegation can ho depended upon not
to favor any nieasuro-i "thptj "would
bring the educational, honltli nint
torKt cte., under the omiilcto ontrol
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Cork oak Is to have a thorough
trial In the nntlonnl forests. Tho bu
reau of plnnt IndtiBtry of tho United
States Department of Agrlciiltino has
assigned 2,000 ono-year seedlings of
cork oak, now ut u nursery nt Chleo,
Cnl.. to be usod hv th forest, korvlcn
for experimental planting.
This is the tl'me of .year
when you commence to think
of Christmas and Christmas
gifts. It's hard 'to know Just
what to give; just what will
be acceptable. Our store is
full of articles suitable for
gifts ftf prices' nnd 'of vari
ety to please everyone, -Wc
suggest that you visit our
store and look over our new
The early shopper avoids
the crowds, and gets first
'choice and better attention,
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Wholesale and retail. Cluirclios and Sunday
Schools supplied. We have a lartje stock at,
IMPORTED FRENCH BON-BONS ','
CHOCOLATES, MARSHMALLOWS, ETC.
,Finest in the World made fresh every day.
Order your Christinas candies hero.
Remember the Palm Test is "The Best.!!
T jwitju! i 'z i J s.11" utli& t't.-,v'imV . T
The Importance of -
PURITY IN FOOD
cannot L'C overlooked by thf cat eful. housewife. Jellies,
Preserved Fruits, Keto'aups, Relishes, l'itklcs, etc., are too
often put up with harnful preservatives nnd artificial
flavoung and coloring natter,
f ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE. ? (
All the famous "57" at your grocers.
STRAWS and FEDORAS
Nifty White Fedoras, Serviceable
Black Ones All kinds of Straws
HOTELSTREET, NEAR FORT
ns good ns was ever lnadb onh farm 'better than the aver
age sold here', ' ? '
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
We have some- fresh fish, Ask for it,
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & LOUISProprletors'