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.SEPTEMBER 5, 1912
icavor Qcrcal&isdmciiitiiy eecMtcbael
Angela-.:;- : - . -
:l(E HOST OAVE PEACE
t lulu tomorrow on a misision Whose iiupb'rt.aBcc
to tliis comnuitiitj! in so great (Hat it necdno
emphasis now. In i his Jiands is placed the diffi
cul t tiusk of - settling aii unfortunate aiid bitter
eontrovcrsy brought on by the, territory's dele
pi t e to: Congress in attacks upon tlie. governor.
, That controversy has split the lUpublicau party
into two i;ictions,iiiid thcift has gone into bus
i n ess as .3xll; pol it ical life. ; For, two "years
this teiTitory has been torn in a strife that has
wcsirieu not only those directly eon(-enied but
. ovei'j citizen of Hawaii. ' ,v :: '
wrctary Fisher conies with the purpose of
i ett ling the controversy. - The S tar-Bulletin be
1 iev( that he is tlie' type of; investigator whose
conclusions" this territory ; can accepts v There
may in1 disagreements with his methods, "but it
fciiiiceroTy tobe 'hopSFtiiat: his investigations
vill bv open and his procedure known anil un-
rstood'bv: tlie Tiublic, eLe there'will never be!
. t i . fact ion, there , will never ' be agreement
i ids f ight mist" be fpUM in the open, or its bit
And ft must" be settled soon. Hawaii does
not vant two more yenrs fhcIi 'as these last two.
The territory must fo, ;'id; it cannot halt
for a pi'rsonal filit by the. delegate against the
rovernor. We must-Lve r'aceV: ':.'":'
Two notable rtieu ivill be in1 Honolulu 1omor
row, one an American, the other a IJriton; one
entering": on the thrthold-)t;what promises to
I , ( a lend id publ ic career, the other al ready
j o far ad van ccd in achieyenient.. that his place
in liistorv is mure. - 'S : : ,, ,
The American Is Walter L. Fisher, President
iiit t ' prtressive,. bus ti i ng y iung tcretary' of
the interior. .The otheras' Ambassiulor.'Janies
Ilryce. - :";-. . ,1 :. :.": -
. There, is bo reason for coupling .their visits
together except that liy ft Accidence t beware
in Honolulu on the same day and both are of
t lie qual i ty; whose pub) ie secvice to their coun
tries is great,: -Andassador Hryce is an liter
national figure iirni Beretary' Fisher Js of ; the
type tliat wink: international distinction;
(leed, Secreta ry Fislu-r's public' career " to date
warraiilslloiiolululu regarding him as a strong
'presidential jossibilityV - . ;
" To the young Ainericaiv and )he f yet ieran BHt
on, there can be no exaggentticm in cordiality of
welcome. Thev are welcome for what they are
and wTiat they have done
ply and the brain and muscle of a whole people.
'High-priced milk ; restricts a very neeessary
food supply for, xhi Idren. It is piti fully true
that less milk is consumed per capita in Hono
lulu than in any city of the mainland for which
there is a record at hand. Xew Orleans is given
the lowest per capita consumption of inilk for
ina inland cities, with more Yhaii an eighth of a
quart daily. Statist ics which are only approxi
mate but which - are close enough for ordinary
purposes show that in , Honolulu the . consump
tion is less than a tenth of a quart per capita.
It is apparent, then, that alixtuly less milk is
consumed per individual in Honolulu than in
any niainland city; far less than the normal; the
average lcing about one-fourth of a quart. Part
of this low consumption of milk is jxrhajis due
to t he.charact er of ; t he populat ion, for the 1 la-
waiians are not: large :useis of milk, and the
Orienta Is use it sparingly, Hi many cas'es not a t
all. Dairymen, however attribute the light con
sumption here mostly, to the high prit-e of milk
as '; 'com pared to tlie buying iiower of the" lower
classes, -Men w;it h laige families wh( wag(s
do not exceed thirty lor torty dollars a month
cannot afford inilk at.1 ten" or eleven 'cents per
r Ho i t is that Honolulu, where the people al
ready use less milk than normal; is to see anoth
er raise in prices; : The .dairymen ; cannot be
blamixL i They are' able and - f rank v willing to
show why their expenses nia) the seHing of inilk
at eleven cents a -quart a f inanc
j vi-1 ti is ciiy cuuuoL ciiimiy iu'eept micu a con'
ditiou, "It is a direct and telling blow at the gen
eral heal th . of the .ciaiid the . character! of its
population. - It has been suggested jthat the gov-
erhment ; take the matter up and see. if certain
fixed charges now oieratSve in thebuHiness canbe
lessened, such as by giving freedom ;f roni taxes.
This remedy will not go far .enougluTaxe are
a small proportion of the'expenses of dairyiix
The cost of feed is ai enormous item. Perhaps
the government may come to realize that a cheap
milk supply is important enough to warrant the
setting aside ; of public lands i for ginglpur
poses; or for the raising of ' f eedf ' -"f;
T.One suggestion;' goeS further than this, that, is,
aii endowed dairy, with tlie"' government ,as;tle
Ucoef actor and the people as'the beneficiary, but
tiiis is going'rathW
most state or muhicipal goyernnien would care
now to go' On the otlier'hand, whyj should hot
thfe territorial-agricultural f school f tak Qptl.
handling' o milk-a
of dairy, instruction?' In this direction the "Uni;
versity of Wisconsin has. made a successful rec;
ord It eliminates the middlemaji, the ct 'of
milk distribution ' being 1
far as the business is run by i the dairyj school
iuid the students do in ost;of .,t
Such a plan benefits tie dealer because it pro
vides' what is practically fre distribution. ; It
benefits the consumer because he gets his milk
lat cost plus a slight profit to the producer. It
benefits tlie students because tliey get valuable
practical experience, . .
In some cities it might be.objected that a state
institution would be thus taking ayay the M yeli-
hood)f ptcple engagcil in the milkHlistribuiion
business. But if v it is true as is now urged as
the Honolulu Dairyman's Association is making
no money, and that the dairy interests of Oahu
generally are not making money, the milk:pro
ducers should have no objection if the College of
Hawaii-ereto! establish .Kmaketing system
in cQnnection with its dairy school, and handle
milk for every milkman and farmer of this isl
and who wishes to patronize a free and guaran-
teed distribution agency.: ; . , r-t r
JUDGE A. S. MAHAULU of Wala
lua- WalaJna is- all ? rist politically.
I am watching the movements of those
whb are aspiring for political honors.
. : IL V; AYLETT-, vat blowing my
political horn nowadays, and find that
t Jje music Is" ;harmohlousV - Eyerybody
seems to want m to runnbt for su
pervisor, bnt for bandmaster.- ''
lAUL SUPER Yes. the public will
have the opportunity to meet the men
of the employed force of the Y. M." C.
A. at the two receptions that will be
held September 27 and October' 4. s
CHARLES K. NOTLEYr Home. Rule
leader I am in favori of woman's
suffrage. The, Home Rule party stands'
jc.au lu uciy kxj auu.' an uuuga duku
may be beneficial to the general pub
u.--:t f-- '----'-' -
LLOYD R. : KILLAM Although 1
have not had much of an opportunity
as yet to see Honolulu tb-j one thing
which impresses me most is the cor
diality ; and . good reception of the
people. - .vv v-. . .:
JAMES A. RATH I am glad to see
that the matter of the dance halls has
Deeu taken tip 'by the city authorities,
but I would like to see the police look
alter certain people t who infest the
parks of the, city, both afternoon and
evening, making it dangerous . for the
younger boys and girls-S - t? ,
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Sewing; Sets v
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CAPTAIN C CARTER, aqcom
panied vby M rs.. Carter and r 8. Cole
man, mother: 6f t the ratter leaves to
day on the transport Xogan for Fort
ress .. Monsoej n to s which " post Captait
Carter: has lately been assigned." i
SGLVIKG THE I.IILR QUESTION
iAnupuneebreiit -of an iu'ercase in the price of
luilk affecting morc than eighty per cent; of -the
i-onsuniers of this city brings right home to the
citizens of llonolulu the fact that, the high cost
of living is no newspaper j oke or catchworil of
" politicians. ?jf :J-:t-l
Milk at eleven cents a quart has lecu i no joke
to the hundreds of' poor, people who are, stejtdy
eoiisiimers ; and an- increase :of. a cent a quart
will probably in maiiy cases bonier on hardship.
Not' even the dairymen deny that twelve cents
a quart is too jnuch for;! milk; that ;itpu
price of a- luxury ppoh:a: neit
nine cents a'quart : is i certainly, as much as ih'e
average wage-earner of Honolulu should pay. for
V Every practical economist irecbgiiizes the di
nt relation of si milk snpply ahd publi : health,
and -tliose whose investigations - carry them fur
ihr than' simule hyrieneTieomiie'tDe direct
-At the requestor several interested
titizensr - the .Star-BuUeUttVpubUshee
below: the, ,tjvp drafts of? tlie, proposed
ordinance .to regulate dance-hall3 now
ufader -discussion ijPiefirst7 draft. Is
the measure indorse.by the Humane
Society ; and : sent ' tp jJtheMayor' and
Supervisors by . Mrs, Anna " C. JDole.
president of theiSQcety V Jhe second
draft is the ordinance, aa tcaine from
the cky attorney's department and
was. discussed- before , thebbattTTor ahy agent oi servant ?xtnsxrchlrt
Uncle SamV represe
caragua, 0 uatemala, and Panama are in trouble.
The ljavy department might as well get ready a
Central American fleet V ' i : r: -'C "
T Jolni I. Rockefeller is again threatened b
the "Black Hand.f in 1904 Standard 01-re
spouded with $100,000 for Koosevelt's campaign.
- That Hild baseball team is off witb a flying
start The Hawaii metropolis is getting sweet
revenge for what Honolulu did some months ago.
, , Jlorse, ; the dying high-f inance ci-ook, has re
vived aiter being pardoned from tlie penitentiary
suffieiently topromote'a steamship. line.
"Bryan; would t rather see Johnson president
than Roosevelt That is a safe Democratic wish.
! President Taft lias the gout right in the midst
of the campaign Lucky it isn't lockjaw.
The next thing.in order after wircless talking
ought to, be costless, living.
Ohio "mother t of presidents,'
!atidn between an ample and proper ood-sup- women's suffrage ! V ,
Drafts of Ordinaace Published
Show. Some 'Important
Tuesday . evehfn.V Serairimjortant
differences are;iioflce?rhe" first draf t
proposes a commission to JBuperyise
the dance-Tiails, and an annual Jicense;
feevOf $100. The second; cuts; 'the
fed to $10 and putsthe supervision up
to .the . poUceVdepkent' : The- two
-measures are published herewith so
that the public may knpw ) exactly
what are th6 idlfferehCes under ''discus
The' original ordiiiance foBdws v-;t-
: Section liftiA pubTie''dance house Is
a bouse, room; or enclosure tn use for
public dances for'1 participation . in
which" by indlTldualir fees are collect-
Section 2.". No person shall keep a
public dance bouse except as licensed
to do so under tbe provisions of this
act.- ' ' - :
. Section - 3. There shall be a- com
mission of three Vmembers who; shall
be aDOoihted annually by'the mayor.
of the t:ity ' and county.- of Honolulu.
' tit. 'Ik. nnncant nf (ho
'supervisors. Sucb commissioners shall
serve .without remuneration . '
: , Section .Such'cbmmissioners shaU
have the sole power and discretion to
grant; refuse; suspend and revoke li
censes for public dance houses in the
city and. county ofHonolultCahd:the.
exercise of such" power and discretion
shall not be reviewable by any court
or -tribunal.; ;T,hey may at any time
inspect any, , licensed- dance house and
enter the same at any time without be
ing required to pay such "fees as may
lie the practice of proprietor tljere
,of to collect frorapatronsij ;
Secaon"5.The Annual fee for a II
censo to keep a dance, bouse shall be'
on6 hundred tllOO.OO) dollars, and no
license shall be Jssued until such Tee
is' paid in full in advance. - -. '
' Section 6. Such license shall at all
times be 'displayed In a conspicuous
place in the premises described there
' in;' vrA -' -v " if K' i:-r-. C ;'y
Section T, rNd , intoxicating liquors
of. any; Jdndi shall One sol or furnished
at such dance houses to anyone, and
such vsale ?orwure!shJng: fihall forfeit.
the".llcense thereof. '
Section 8. It shall be unlawful for
any: 4 proprietor of a public dance
house to permit', children under the
age of fifteen il5) years to visit or re-
main in su public dance house .during
Its use for 'public dancing. The vic-
particularly, pleased : to ;r
sell the ssts, because" they are
! made of finest quality surgeons
steely and every purchaser is sure
: to get the best service from them. ;
They are among ,the many iicw t
t': Leading Jewelers
lation of this section shall forfeit the
license of such proprietor- to keep, a"
public dance house. ! '- j '
Section 9. . In case of the revoca
tion of a license to . keep . a ; public
dance house, for the violation of sec-.
Uons 7 or 8 of this ordinance, no new
license shall be issued to the proprie-j
tor whose license has teen revoked, '
Or for the house, room or enclosure,
where public, dancing .was authorized 5
i'to be carried on ty such revoked li-.
cense, within five years after, the, time
of such revocaUon.. ;:. 'j..,-'.'.
SecUon 10. Any person . who shall "
keep a public dance house ' without a .;
license as herein sett forth, f hall, be
guilty of misdemeanor and shall, on ,
conviction ; thereof, be, punished by. at:
fine of not more than , one hundred ,
($100.00) dollars nor less than f fifty
($50.C0) dollars, or by imprisonment j
not more than three (3) months, or by 1 4
both such fine and imprisonment
; Section 11. Provided, however, that
the commissioners may in their dls-!
cretion, grant licenses without charge, I J
for dances' where admission Is by tic-
ket, the sale of tickets therefor, be-
ing solely for covering the expenses I
of the dance, or for raising money for
educational or charitable ; purposes.'
Such .licenses shall cover a privilege
for one occasion only. ; v
Section 1 A public "dance house
within the' meaning of thl ordinance J
is a house, room, or enclosure, In use j ,
for public dances for parUclpaUon. In r
which by individuals fees are - col-
. .Section 2. ' It shall be unlawful f,or
any person to keep br conducta pufi-f,
lie dance house in the" City and Coun- j -ty
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, j
unlers licensed so to 4 do as provided ' -
hv if hie nrfflnanrn ; '' '.''i -r ' ' '. t v
Section S.'-r Any person desiring toj . 'probably the eoionel will offer him- j -. One touch of Rooscveltisia makes a
keep br conduct a dance house In the gejf a,,. a 16 for president of J whole lot of sensible men and women
City and County i of Hoholulu shall jaytl after hisfall exercise am over. act lik? freaks.:
maae appucauon mereior 10 uie twaru;
of Supervisors of the City and -County :P
of. Honolulu. Said applicaUon shall
be in writing, shall set forth the name
of the applicant for a license,- the lo
cation of the proposed dance bpuse,
and the price proposed to be charged
for admission to any ; dance. J s The
Board; of Supervisors may. thereupon7
authorize, the clerk of the- City and
County of. Honolulu to issue a license
for sucli dance fibuse, and - thereupon
suchlicense shall be issued , by said '
cierk, :: v'.";',;;
t Section1 .The annual fee for a II-;
cense , to Jkeep ; a dance' house An the
City and County of .Honolulu shall bo
ten dollars; ($10, and no license shall
be issued until such fee is paid in full ,
m Advance. , ; ; iiivh-'jr.
Section 5." Any license Issued un
der .the provisions ; oX . this ordinance
shall - be displayed in , a conspicuous
place In the premises, for1 which .said
license Is ' issued.f X',:-;y;f
'Section 6. "ir shall be' niilawful f o 4
the proprietor pt any dance houses IT-1;
censed sunder - the . provisions ' of : this
ordinance, or for any other person' to
sell -or furnis ; to . anyone'; at such
dance; houses any , Int6xicating ' liquor
ot any kind.::' i-"-.';.;V':Vv..-?- "
- Section 7 It- shall be unlawful for
the licensee of any public dance house
censee to ; permit children ' under "the
age jot fifteen, years, to visit or .remain
m a public licensed dance house duis
ing jts use for dancing, ,-; ,
. Section 8. : Any police officer of. the
City and County of Honplulumay at ,
any time enter any public dance house
for the purjose of inspecting the same,
Without; being .required to pay" such,
fee as may be the practise of .. the
proprietor thereof to collect from pa
trons, and , that it ' shall ,5be unlawful
for anv nroDrietor of a nubile dance
Hiouse or is agent or servant to In
any manner interfere with any. police
officer of the City and County of Ho-'
nolultf'in the discharge . of any duty -imposed
by law. of the provisions ot
this ordinance. y "- " : ' -. I
Sectidn 9. The Board of Supervis- J
ors of .the City and County of Hono-j
lulu may grant permits without charge
for,, dances where admission V. Is by j
ticket where the sale, of tickets is for
the sole purpose of raising money for
educational or charitable purposes.
Such "permits shall, however, ; cover
such privilege for one occasion only.
Section 10. Any person who shall
in any manner molest or hinder any
officer from performing, any duty, im
posed upon him -by the provisions of
this, ordinance, and-any person ' who
sfialf violate any of the provisions. of
this ordinance shall be deemed guilty
of . a misdemeanor, and upon convic
tion thereof shall be , punished by a
fine of not more than : one ; hundred
dollars.: ($100), or by imprisonment for
a term not exceeding - three' months,
or by both . such : fine: and .Imprison
ment: .The judge of thecourt having
jurisdiction of any charge brought un
der the provisions of this ordinance,
shall in addition to the penalty or pen
alties above set forth cancel the 11
cense of .any ; person found guilty of
violating' any of the provisions of this
ordinance, in which case such person
shall not be entitled td agali;: apply
for; or ,to- receive a- dance house li
cense, and no license shall be Issued
for. the house, room or enclosure where
public dancing was authorized to be V
carried on. by such canceled ' license, I
within live years 4 after' the time of
such cancellation. :
. Section 11. - This, ordinance shall
take effect fifteen days fromf-and af
ter the date of Its approvaL . ! ; '
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Enables us ,. to; be in a
trongest and least expensive way.
position to repair your Jewelry in the neatest
Those. who have tried us know It.
Vieira Jevcli'y Co., L-1 '
;V--'-The Popular JeT7elera, 5
: 113 Hotel Strcst
ANAPUNI i STR EET 2-Bedrobm House .... . .... .......... .$4500
ANAPUNI - STREET 2-Bedroom Cottage .........
BERETANIA STREET Building Lot; 2.7 Acres ...
HAR BOTTLE LANE 2-Bedroom Cottage .....
KAIMUKI Modem 4-Bedroom House
KAIMUKI New 2-Bedroom Cottage, furnished
KING. STREET New 2-Bedroom Cottage ... ..... .
PI1KOI : STREET 3-Bedroom House ........ l
PUUNUIRldence, Lot, 30,000 aq. f t. ...
TANTALUS Lot tor.Country Home.;. : . .
WAIALAE TRACT Several Choice Lots ........
YOUNG STREET Residence Lot, 12.981 sq. ft
KINAU STREET 3-Bedroom Furnished House
MAKIKI STREET 2-Bedroom Cottage, furnished
TANTALUS Country Home
YOUNG STREET 2-Bedroom Cottage
M AKI Kl STREET 3-Bedroom House. ..........
GUARDIAN TRUST CO, Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR. JUDD BUILDING
198 feet ;6n Kin by
in first class.
8 per cent net in-
ves hhehi SURE
1 hts property is ceni
town; not too far from the
neat', to the schools
In the fashion-
Waterhonse Trust Go,;
z : -.-y,: Limited, - ;
CORNER. FORT,AND.MERCHANT STREETS,