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nOirOLULXJ GTAR-BULLETIN WEIKESDAV, XOV. 20,1012.
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JLEY H. ALLEN
XOVEMnEH 20, 1912
, pre U the orator of the cmly itcMOC'
!A!A!I AH EXFtr.i::EfiT STATIC!!
I fawaii mar fairl r lar. Vlafm :f o lnire, JeWme
i rf the tropical cxpcrjiiif-nrMtationft of; the
: Id. Treatise by 'agricultural experts of .Ha
ii arc eagerly copied hy agricultural journal
oughnut the world Men vho haveiiiaxtered
sugar industry Jp these ilandHjiare gone to
West Indies, to Fiji; to the PhHippiijeH, to
e charge of . Mipir .fwtati-H; in; those countricK.
;;aiMnanufacturing machinery 'designed arid
.structr-d in .Hawaii is aiding piat(rially in
development of .the sugar industries of-var-s
count! ies of the-Orient, Of, the field la-
. its iumortid 'from -ahroad, ,n cOiisiderahle
portion of worker from the Philippine
.o with the purM)se of gaining eiperienee to
rv 1 atk to the cancfields .-'of 7 their otvn il
' Plants and seeds are f requently sent from
vaii to other lands, particularly the Philip
's and (Juam. The instigation of these rc
!;s is the receipt of the annual report 'of 1 ho
experiment station Jor 1011 from the oT
(;f experiment' stations, department of agri
:::e, Washington. '-"J; D. Thompson, the s'k-
:i t in eharpe, : was fonnerly ;onm-t:ted
t!;e Hawaii station. . The l-cport 'contains
rvi-!e::ecs of tl.e inthnatc relations of thU
v v 1 1 Ij the-. ari'-nlttTrrl !cvclopment of
Lilv La drones'. - - ' ' ' '
: of the most. .'keen! " ,.'elt wants of'tlie
k : s here,' "writes ' -Mr. ' Thompson, "is
; uitation facilities thatjran be .relied upoir;
:y the island' products regularly, and di-'
i a ''kxI inarkrt. VThe JTnlte(l States
:. - p.-irts call at (luaiu. onet; )er .iuontli
': o it'vanl'nm from Kair Franclsca 1o
Vc els do not 'touch thereon
,TLfk pre; cut transport rep;u
limit - .1 amouut.of ju vi .-ions
. 1 :::(':'.c:ut:;1 fii.m i:a:i
: yvY to .(.Juam, lait. thehip-t
:i (luam'to M;.nil;i"is"i ';t
: t . ; '.;)v that the ca'ro t -,
.. t i . i ... . , .... v 1 1. a the
t(4l .fi"o::r the. island.
' )zl of-tlie Ilu-
thinp alrejidyynentfoned, the.imammec apple
ind t he 1 mi m t $h elengi a rc f Hi i f s i ht rodueed
oni Hawaii, heither;pfwnieh;h
A Tlie output of coconuts (Ihw spelling hiw; now
feeii generally ? adopted in of ficial report all
)ver the world) . raa Sniich greater than; that for
he year 1010, rnstomhonsc reports show ins an
ineMise iu;-oprji cxponR pi int per cenu overj, harbqr officer CARTER -r 1
;hose of tire pminvearVnt H f StatfVthhtlP"10 a round of the :well-knowri re-
? . . V - '' 'J'--?" u x - I sorts 'the 'so-called "wine ; turns
bo i ncrease : comes m jrreat part from yonnsJ thu mnrnin: bnt for onde'r..f none
of the old t regular 'ere to be found.
SUPERVISOR: MURRAY Whew!
ROBERT W. SHINGLE PollUcst
'Politics? ;Seem'inie 51 hareibeard
that word somewhere before, but not
recently; . ? 4 ?t : v :Tt
V JUDGE; WILDER I don't like ,tbe
wy c the Democrats are lopJcins"!, at
things. - They talk too tniuch . about
jobs and too little about policies. ,3
CAPT. PATY i (of the; Town team)
-There is a .rumor' going around that
a football, team, out at one of the forts
is : looking: for' a game t in - Honolulu.
Bring em along!. V..-: -v:-;-s
MAYOR FEHN I bbpft that the
Democratic board, wfll sho. more har
mony of spfrit than the present. ; I t's
very i wearing to the ; nerve to attend
one of the meetings.
times. We 1 Jnanaged to get
ouite a little -work at that1
ly: pleasldg:v Fora Ume It look Ma
if we were to fctr up-against It to find
space for incomings cargoes; -S
G. H. ' BUTTOLPHNo settlement
part from yon n
phi n ta t ioii s which a rc; just eouiins into hearinfi.
, n -rcmarkK prefaced to -h m. cntomoroj;icarbut that Vas a hot meeting of - the
..(. Mr. FnlliW-Siv a itati'mont of isinn.I Sll!S
onditions, of which i the following is part ; i4The
nethols of farming aji? cnide; but there has re-j
'tiitly lKn a;rather,itea
regard. Th most important crops am cot'onuts,
corn, coffee, ; rice; ioba ceo - and Kupir 'cane.
( ophi , f roni t he coconut is the only; product vex-
iMU tul,. . and last -year s .:; crop; amounted to
$ 1 0,0 00: K x t en s i ve pi ant i n jjs;p fc coiti ai-o made
uacii yi5irf,our ue tosses, anjisuaiiy;grear, ana
all' that is harvrstel U consumeVl on the 'island
(-offi:( , was fonnerly mort? extensirely fown
t han at pnsent jiml foYmctt an article of export,
upir Vanef rice and 'tobacco are not extensive
I. v.: jxn wii, a nd;t he producjtH . are used entirely in
tluaiiu Korae ci-ops; are ; Assuming ': more im
portance in view of the large number, of horses,
mules 'and other stock used and ma intained by
the government and the growing cattle Ttidustr.
Some of the island fruits arc of excellent quality
and bring gool prices in the market, but none
are xorted. . ; . C Vegetahles;of good quality
arc cultivated, including the sweet potato, egg
plant, Uet, 'cucumber, radish Jihct? cabbage.
Other plants of economieJmportanceare cotton?
i uooer' oropin corn, ' cassava, peauur, sKfipoic,
bam hoof and; numerous hedge- trees; such as .the
cania chilej I rpn wopcl-f tcl' I p
ta"i :i, - ..-as de-
r n: wow e;;p
. I a i . i 1 -, en
in ti c ear f .. "... ty ;.r 11. - (Jr.am sta
ve rr. I.N a::- ' - ry ?7 r::d the
fi ea.l year he va.i c:v.p!ovd in mak
I investigations .'or jmv entomological
ludi:!g the collection for idf ntifica
in ets of .the. Hand, and the report
vlitii complrted the work will const!
-t thcroijgli account" of the injects in
laumt. v. . ... ; . . .. " v.. .
; a.ss,' first introtl'ucl in fay, 1010,
ty-five; chiiaj were nreivetl fioni t.e
ri' "o:t si; t ion, has had Fncl; rapid
:i t;..., . . . .al huge vaonloads of
Lave been distributed in "addition to mate
in.ireil for planting a plat of one acre on
ration grounds. . . .Man v owners of live
!; have ccn.mc :Uid upon the 83ccoss;of this
i at the station,, r.nd a few have obtained
1 pi vinttnl 'roots to supply feed for "their own
Pineapples of tho smooth eayeh ho variety in
luced. in 1009 show a striking improvement
; ize over those of, the variety commonly grown
the'island and the flavor of the new sort has
rally been pronounced the better.' It is
: 1 that the flavor of the introtluced Variety
: r( vvn a t t he ta( ion com pa res favorably wit h
. t of ) he same variety prodneeil; ih 'Hawai i.
All available plants have leen distributed and,
. order to furnish inore; to rtnK)nsible' parties
ad to get the imprtived Variety ; disseminated as
na: as possible over the island, an -.order for
1 ,C00 vnckers has lncn.pinced with4t ITonoluln
v .in1 rt Til TJ 1W .fllfitM rtlltirk-n II l-r- mn1n
iiiki ilioillirutlirilt II III IFt 1IKUU
on the arrival of. these plant
.In the cntomolopcal note bfrr:ullaway,
i t is statYi that'no
ado, whicli Jias" Jn'..ihtr1nt;t
within recent years. "The horiey befc, iotroduceil
ome years ago friim; Hawaii;5 is a very cohuhou
Insect in (iuaiiL i iany Juves-aiv
n t t h ey ; ax a ml e a m Hwriyca rei for, - rl
Pnllaway saying in av later Viuinectibn r "Im-
i r vel h i ves for the litUVeiOVtmve iKVipMTnred
hy the station from Hawaii anjf deinonst rations
. . . - - - . . . ...
rineir superiority i
! c made.'! Mention'
ial insects from
k ss in their prop-
Tlie new pi ihon isgoing tp'lwP' one "of. Ilpno-
iulu'.s ;most delightful 'residence snots, to iudge
from the dni wings, made by the arehitects. The
( ite fd vCted for J he prison is on rising ground
overlooking 'Kalihi 'bay.-VTh'is will-afford the
; ntlcmen of leisure temporarily resident in the
i i son a ; good op port u n i ty ' to vieyv the water
: norts'on holidays. The prison is so rPnstniet
c 1 , )!:; ve e;, 1 1: at the' necessity of j watchtc wers
a.nd y. alks.on the. wall .is. done away with, thus
i olieving the guards "of irksome duties and al
lowing: them plenty of time io shoot craps in the
! i a d o w o f the .siiteen-foot'-wal h; Therii isone
drawlack, however, from t ho r f and point of a
desperate 'jail-bird, and that .is the difficulty of
cutting; "through. . the rails , to"freedonvvwith..ft
t oui-spoon,- u pastime that. has;,n;.riincl;in
vogue 'at the prcf rnf, prisonv: "-If life on the chain
awz ean onl v Lo ''made more .attractive, there
is. r.o -reason vhv our newpcnal institution .will
noi no a ureal success.: c
; .:' ".' v., ; -v ; : :;.;: ;:-;:-:- ";
; -Xew York's shocking revelations of police
ccr: apt : on, culminating in the ; conviction - of
L' iter: it Charles Ilecker on i 'the 'charge' of
raurdering Oanihier Kasenthal, were the direct
outcome of graft1. in the underworld The four
gunmen who rwero 'convicted yestera of the
actual muider of llJoserithali as; well a.s the lieu
tenant who directed the. gunmen," will pay with
t h eir 1 iyes for t he many grafters who have been
f a t ten ing off protected vice. '' Ke w Tork's "ter
rible lesson -may Veil be ivmembered in lTono
lulu. Grafting pff thev unfortunate, wonen, w
the ga m hi ers, w i 1 1 bri ng swift reiribut ion in the
form of more violent crime a hd its' conviction.
( . v ; .- v ; -
- The; King's' l)artere deer
anil encouragement: in ' their; effort ;to rjcomplete
the 73,000; building f uhd:w)iich tBeyjhayo
lxv working for "nlany nicnth
t ion '.-is particularly meritorious in ite.pui'poses :
it brings comfort and i-elief to stnuned aiid care
worn old "age; and every "dollar that goes info
thw fundgocs out in tender protwHo finicn
anci women .who have i-ome to the decline of life,
after years ; spent in tbattUhg ' againsi rpiyerty,
only to faee theosUdespcrate; of want. ;To
such as 'these the Kihg i Daughtei's are . angels
:'l H'mvh Wilson's election, some s speciiiaticu has
Ikxh indulged in' here tWo when ; a- Oemoiratc
ptesiden t had a. congress in polit ica r ivrm pat hy
(CBUaird frsta Fajre 1)
blight lights of Honolulu and the fas
cinating ; figures of the election "re
turns, but as It happened there was a
working party on one of the lonely
lighthouse jots that was short of both
provisions and material,' and every
hoar counted. At noon Captain War
Iner cf the Kukui toll the men that
they could get on: to vote,: putting no
limit on the time for the ; ballot xast
Ing, but notifying all or the sailing
hour. -S'.i. y ' - '
;:. Before 7 o'clock Arledge was aboard
and - with the oncers stood A around
wondering what had become of the
crew. When his watch, marked the
scheduled .hour of departure the in
spector "was ccnsiderablv peeved, f A
' ATI! give Jthem halt an hoar." he
said, : ; "If ' they come ; inside : of .that
time they'll get a call down; If they
ion't show uo the whole crowH has
ot to W.flt.-fAA''-'rl
V 'And that is whv .the Kukul 'has a
new crew, ' her i former , complement
now having plentyot tjme. to weave
leis and attend luaus, to the ' glory of
way freight : tHeaving: the4 whanre Ha.waiian da?s that are no more., a
and reduclag congestion ?is exceeding- 2!2 . .. -J JSi
I U here A I rctir-Utii.IAuUt V
OF 'THE REVOLVING WEDGE
,Tbe .sale of tickets for the College
of ;the$ugar tariff ay?bef fcte: of ? .HawaU play. The -, Revolting
much befor June. 'rbeAm s-not; ed ha$ oeen 80great th.t it has
the toedIae.caiio necesary to give two per-
gar; stocks al0uUJt oes !omj nto formanc?t;0r the , p;ayAne?,on the
consideratioh now . to some extent.
. CAPT. DYSONNo 'matter what
happens, ''the Hlghf School- teamfj will
play, the Piinahou team , on Thanks
giving Day.; That t Is he..way; ,the
scneauie reaas ano wt
live, up in iu- - ; :- ?-'v' i-i--;; ;
; E. B. BLANCUABIlChp Uttla ac
cident;, that J was a victim of yester
fiayjELftemoon ; did vnotprevent .me
from . beating a couple of ; fellows at
a chess game last .night It r won't
binder me from going filter this "dago
red- probe, Either., c.i pJ; itv'i
WM. THOMPSONThe question of
whether ' or not- a : recall provlsiion
should be made operative h , the ' case
of commissioners elected. I for; A. short
terras only is ,one that arises in dis
cussing a new municipal charter. '1.
; DRr A- R. RO WAT Speaking ot the
failure of the municipal1 authorities to
lock after the -carting-away of -dead
carcases, the : body of a. dog ,.lay- for
niht . before . TbanksglvingL'and the
other on . Thanksgiving night? :- :-r 1
; ; Dr. Andrews who Js , coaching the
pjay? said this momingr , ; - - "
- iThflro fa t n ha nn aaiia
t . I but , the ; committee in cLarge of the.
f play has issued the statement that no
more tickets will ibe sold than there
ere seats, io no one. who has a ticket
need be afraid of not getting a ceatr
- ThereJ fcas been such a demand for
tickets that the ma nagement has der
elded - to; repeat the performance on
Thursday night. Tickets will accord
ingly go on fe; for . this performance
and , those who are unable to procure
Eeats- for" Wednesday -'night will thus
Le accommodated : on Thanksgiving
rceht - :.U-;:' -; .
,For this - performance as for the
other, but one ticket will be Issued for
each, seat and there wilt be no neces
sity 'of arriving early in order to pro-
more than a day this (week oil Yine-'n,re a 8eat-
yard. street; . It was still there when I
passed ; yesterday."--. v' '.',,-V vi i
JA5IE3 BRADLEY irsee. thai the
city dad3 succeeded. inpetsuadlng- ah
ether property-owner to lay a small
cection of ;cement sidU-alki 'r along
Bethel street.V'here,ITTemaIhs, a
strip of about twenty feet, that is pav
ed with good intentions and mud-
,;- FRED : NOYES. "" nana ger. Hawaii
theater) -I fall to 'ee thex necessity of
a' local board of censorship' for mov
ing pictures,' in that all Jilms received
by me, tor presentatl'cV'',.herIawa.ii
are first passed iby ,ACtipnaVb,bard
of. censorship, which is ast exacting
in4 itsdemands. Vl': vv--fe'-;
FRED W MIlERTO--i'm busy
cetting-r ready the amended 'plumbing
ordinance. Hope to have it ready for
the hext eveningsessid'f' of, the board
It will contain Quite ' ,numberr :- 6f
changes, including ' provision for the
exnr.fnc.tion." of all journeymen i and
mart ;r plurabera byJuJoard .jcuV: in
-;ectars,created by the 6ame act. .
; MRS. J. ; H. . THOM PSON is con
valescing frbma- very severe attack
of, grippe and. bronchitis; . - - r
CHARLES .H. HERRI AM. registrar
of conneyanceSr hasreturned from ' a
vacation spent on. .MolokaL -, -. v u
The people bfXHoholuluw'll have
an- opportunityfpr thenextfew days
t" buy household necessities-'and tut
nishing the amUieswIth the. complete
and up-to-date; stoc.k ? al the Canton
Dry Goods Co. store;' on Hotel street
opposite- the ; Empire theater. ' :
' The , big , price-cutting. ;sale that t has
been 'going on 'for tf d tfeeks will be
continued until nexC Satnrday, ) the"
23rd. Mr." Lee has consented to" this
sale owing to the; constant requests
of. the .store's many customers, : and
from . all appearances v' the general
trade taking advantage of thisgen
erous' offer.;. -:ir fv
There la a iDecial lot of Embroider
ies, recently arfjvie4,tfiat;ls goingon
sale, s well as tots; of odds' and ends.
The sale will positively close on Sat-
Qnly - a very few tickets" for Wed-'
hesday ; night remain; on hand and if
eny one desires a seat for that ni;ht
In v preference .to Thursday night t it
V70uld be well to buy the ticket as
soon aa possible." -. ' - - v-r
-Preparations for the play are being
carried "forward with 1 a rush, a'nd the
management-' stages that : everything
will be ' in readiness by ; Wednesday.
The first dress rehearsal is to be Held
Monday night at the Charles R. Bish
o'., -Hall of Punahou.' Regular rehear
sals have been learned thoroughly: and
wen. - :; s : .vv -i ": V'r
After today, every rehearsal ii to; bd
held at-pulrahou in order1 to' accudom
then castto the stage and its settings'.
J. ; Hopp & -Co.1 furniture dealers of
Honolulu have been" more than' kind
in offering to supply Jthe furniture for
the scene.' The costumes are to be
supplied ;by; the members of the cast.
artist aviLl'talk ;
-: --TO BUSKJESSMEfJ
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Wiii be in - greater vogue this year; ;
than ever,:" ; - l-' .V;':-; '": r " - .
We J arc featuring :Ja;.' special Hneof
Christmas qd New Year's cards just
imported from Europe and the States.
Exclusive designs, for each customer..
We; also have beautiful "station cry and
attractive ideas for cards engraved to
i . j
: .Orders should be placed now befort
rtl.e rush begins to assure greatest pair
- J.v fact ion. '- .;v -.. -' '.' ;;- -...-'
I' -'LiQuor improves with - age. . -The It is av
longer you keep it corked the better s!-r li C
it. is for you, - . !c:
, . Governor Frear : thitj, morning ap
pointed; Judge - S. : M. Ballou as uete-
gatefrom theTerritory to the: con
ference of the Society for Judicial Set
tlement of ; : International Disputes,
wLicn will meet at .WasWngton; D.,at
recember 20.-Judg Balldtt at present
In ; representing the" sugar planters of
the Islands at the national capital, and
i making his home there. '
; James A. Wilder will address the
Ad ' Club at Its noon luncheon tomor
row ' at the Palm - restaurant. ' The
luncheon Is forty cents and; those.' who
are interested in advertising Hawaii
in any way are ; welcomed, notice to
the Public Service, Phone. 3306,' being
requested. - . ; -; -
i Mr, 'Wilder , is an artist v who' be
lleves that the best advertisement for
Hawaii Is to keep it Hawaii A He will
fell how attractive to .the tourist , is
the grass house and how unattractive
Isthe skyscraper from which the man
who leaves America behind has fled;
Artist Wilder" ; would see a Sainoan
village; and , a Fijian missionary sta
tfbn located in Hawaii and the-. whole
world apprised; of the ' fact. . Mr. Wil
der back-to-nature talk will be dis
ctissed : by . those present at the lunch.
: riThe Japanese Makikl church ; will
give a lecture and entertainment on
next Friday night for the - benefit of
the -Japanese , Young Men's Christian
Association. The principle address
of the evening will be given by Rev,
Okamura, who. has ; recently Zireturned
from a. tour of the world, and will
be . illustrated with stereopti con views
of the different places visited hy him
en routed : ,:' Vc,:vZ '-i
: Various . musical number : will be
included in the program, which will
consist :; of : several : selections J by a
male; quartette and a piano solo ,by
Mrs. Sulhera. : The r entertainment
will be held at the Japanese; church
on Pensacola and-Kinau streets ,and
will begin at seven-thirty o'clock. -.
.Ala Mcsrii and Cna n&a...,.
iewa M:;;:-.ts . .
Pawaa Lan: . .V. .
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Accommodations Service and Meals
unsurpassed, at the "Pleasanton-Ho-
: ;.u tel.'r-advertisement. 7.;Y;-
.rJ :7.; '.'-:' ' a?' 2 ' "' ; '
MANOAResidence Lot 2200 sq. ft.... ... .. .. .. . , . .$2250
NUUANU 40,000 'sq, feet in the upperr tool part of the valley . . . .$1750 ''
a. & a a. -naa'!i' ' hl. - . 9 . . - -' - - . Atf -
OCtAN vitw iwoaern nome wun an conveniences ...... ,...,oow .
ANAPUNI ST Modern. 1J story house .. I .'. . . . ..... ; .$4500 ?
. -c. , New GuriQdtow . v ''- s 4S50 ;
YOUNG ST. -Residence lot .12981 sq. ft ...... . . . . I . v . ; .... . .$2,000 .
PAWAA Modern 11 story house........ 1... $4500
with him. 1 la Cj erela nds f i rst artrainistrat ion,
th senate :wa ....... .. . . . . ... . .$1750
- - - v ..- L i ' , . : ' --',' , JPACIPIC HEIGHTS Choice Home ........ i ,...$8000
eratg and thirtV-nine TepuMlcans,' and the house COLLEGE STREETJ Bedroom? House and 2-8edro6m Cottage . .. ..$,000
to tiip onlmarlmx hire willlofJOg Democrats no 153 epuhli
is male oft rarioiw henefi-lsftnd mihlftrrtfnn ' tha "' ' jV rrT' : 'V '. "
" Mvoro or
ipitiomt'idt) otlKThouke 5"v
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Quality G;:r.:v.:.l;; J
VIEIRA JEV;BL7 CO., L'L,
Tht Popular Jewelsra : ' ' - 'VZ s:.--t C;
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. f COFtNER. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
...-"T . '.",-;" ? '-"-."-i . '-" v '"' - 7' '- ': ' . J ' i"-;.
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; ...A second is' a trifle hutV successive seconds composa : eter
:r'nity. $50.00down and $10.00 a month Is but a trifle. Ic a
j " ; shorf time' it means a home paid fori t will tell you how f !"'
' T.' happened to buy in Ka!muki. ' J .had wanted ''a' homesite ;
; w;th ;'a hih . elevation with a view of the ocean and moun--.'
. h ; talns good airr pleasant surroundings and a good school for j ,
rt?my children, and theother localities I found were either 7
' too; expensive-r In an undesirable-district. Just a few of
: Lot No. 134 Palolo Hill .. .4 .';.$ '423 : -
. Lot " No.; 111 Palolo 'H Illi . -i iv;;V liTiZISi 7 'i i ; -430 ; :
"-' :;V:'';:'--'- v. : : -r-. - W.;r '.v. v--t..; ; - J
V 3 Lota 1 Ocean -View Reservoir- Ave. ? -'U..'. $1,C'3, .';
f ; 3 Lots Ocean View 18ih and Kaimuki ; ; . U. ;ifp 1450 t
$500. acre -Tract, Palo Io Valley, v I JV;t' - t'---v'-'
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