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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1013.
I ffr ir?r 1HT rrr n ir n ir
RILEY H. ALLEN
JANUAKY 11, 1913
True Kiytlav:ty lukcx tfrrp tool uwl spreads
itself VVr but tfic falxc pill airay like bios
am;r;; tlothunj that it false ecu be lasting.
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A UBRAST rCK THE UKR.TORY
v:j.v.Cui'J"inK,,l,l t Unu iuui of ret ice to h- ,p!e
oftht-inhrj territory, the Camvgie library b
planrti; a ssd'aif rj e ling libraries U se ve
K31(T4 on vajrh.-j parts i . oaim, i.awuii, aui
ilohjAiii and Kauai. In an-. thcr column Ix
found'a' 'dciuifor statement of'ilift plan u lopicti
by'.tLftirntfice .as theiuiy p;;:Vti a! syem thai
van .lie? unijciiakui wiiu (J;e p;xu-uf rather
ir eager niuiiW upon which tl:e instit ut iuu
ininst; depend. .
Of paitienlar interest to (ha part of the read
ing public which is remote from seaports of 'the
1 erritory is the eirWe 1 wiUiygre of lie trus
tcys to allow the trarcllin. iibi-aruis to be Kent
inland where ii.Iand immunities will'
----- EDITOR na a a a a a a a a a a a a a a :a a a a a a a a a a a a n a a a an
I My t spa. if you have friends, you ever yon will.
iha nratuint uvututii f u i .ri-i ii ii-i-i 1 I u rt I .f need enemies. They are a3 necessary
t"v "v D;n,im " " " .. . I Hlt.iIiS AS THE. WORLD KOES.
lnltli nnl ;i iniinw. in-il th ,1m:it-t im.tit u i-.tii a? opposing political parlies. i avy
of the products of this inefficient system.
a? opposing political parties.
may prove inconvenient often and
As the vorld goes!
Friends ate like clothes,
Friends are like clothes,
nlara vntl r pnTrnAtltnm in Iho fnpo. SOHiel imPS t h.PV wear
: Now the city has six sanitary inspectors who ground but lQ the cnd w,., servc And 8tretch a Iong time rre they t
. 1 A. 1
are pam viiy saianes, xiui, unuer an anucauie ar- to bring out tome of the ginger that's. A" never give out anywncre.
rangement between the: last Imard of sujervisors in you.
md tlif Uiaril of health, are handll hv the terri-l !JaT,nS Published their version of
orial officials. The city is paying for service ( your ubIe maBnergf and le't theTboSe second-hand
lie territory ceU, though, of course, the sen ice world know that you are not what youlAre often in the most den3;ind
S erfornied in 'the city. seem, they will finally subside for
In the opinion W the 8tar-Bullctiu, the city's lack f wmething to sund on
! , . , , , , Then, my boy; yon will discover
lealth ought to completely and forever be re- who frlends arc Tne fake one3
iu)Vi from the dancerous zone of political in- win snirr the air for wireless reports;
cease Inviting you to din-
e dangerous zone of political in-1 win snirr the
of (jduree, is impossible. So long wmet war ce
w the structure of our government rests on poll- fr; Jthir? MUive you the ends of
,,f. . . their fingers and show you in many
Kv, every function will be more or less affected wayg at you are "persona non
ly.jwlitics. . But aipeast we can remove .the grata.5, v
icalth of the city from petty politics, from parti- Cutting trends, my son, is an art
an iauniciial poIlticii.nie way to remove it is ' V art ,of 8urgelry'J bv 1
vJf j! .i. , , , T1 . anforttinatety, it is only practised by
o centralize ihe entire sanitation work of Ha-8H-of persong whose social bearings
waii ia the terrtorial board of health. The ores'- are noi, -ret estabUahed
rut board t)f supen'SoB, we feel sure, will be Remember this, mjr bpy. if you are
iiiihi.u-niiiifr fnr i)n fprritnrv to tnkp nvpr thp
,V. ..... . " . , . i self that Abraham Lincoln suffered
the ncn burtahd remind your
stf that Ahrthtm T.tnnln anffAror
iiunicipai ncaitu aepanment, remaps a suort'imore from. mB0Tt of afrront than
tULv tranipcrtatili of the;tKtfVs to a,nd Xnm thewliot;fcnn of municipal government here would
landings "Cii l.4wali thfplui'i Klimiid pite e-fget h'cttcr i-esiilts with sanitary matters, but;thatt
p(x4al)ylusifulfvr. at vVVr?if lahdhigi there iisfa uitrLV guess on the future. The territLrialx
niUchiesW weed vfthv. public library branch thanJiird of health ought to hve entire control tf ;
Made up in style to beat the band.
As the world goes!
Friends are like clothes,
Some of the kind
Which fit in front, but, Oh! behind
Will rip the first thing never mind
As the world goes!
Friends are . like clothes,
They wear and wear
There's nothing hurts them, rub or
They always look well everywhere,
As the world goes!
at; cciumunitlcs sqnic distance inland. -4; -1 !tc
Tte trusteeW' ate ilcakiua'rerr e f (Vt to ierve .way
the 'entire v territory.; The' Ji!,farv h not a Hono-i
LETTERS ON TIMELY TOPICS
...111.' ,.ii-m, rnl. n it. ikA At
ill in iiiuiLtiTS, cci4u iur viij. xuuv is iuc wmj
Honolulu 18 going tb avoid repetitions of in-J me 'star-Bulletin Invites free and sion, on Beth?! street
isttuiecs ef the kind now before' the citizens, go f rw aiacussion m this coiunm on all
, : , ,j . . - . , t Jt ' i .' ' in.- " . , negiumaie euojecis 01. current mieresi.
lulu institution, although H location' here and long as there Is a health department under ,tbe; communications are constanUy rectiv-
the fait that lidiitilulu' is nmeq'dia 18 ai?clln
r "r - : ,. I"?. ' - . - , A , A .tThls paper will treat as confidential
inj the lerritoryiHl " laiwaMlr.eaii thiif , Ho-ftp;the' people; just so long that department, and signatures, to letters if the. writers so
nolulu receives thrmoU to
horton, lioicTtri 'w
cni thq jiart of other comaiunhieof any other,' beilth department;is used for pfying' political : hosjs aalahala aiuuoks.
community tne ysum ,.o(;Jiuyeinng;aDraru;ucDt jusij so long ine pwpie,oi.riono(ium,wiu
l hcabl iot j'deVHopJL' funds! have to take their chances on the character and
are mW plentiful, bnuicli libiHea sliould be csjtitjs oM :-'
tubiiIHind maintained in !
s the' ffro win !r cities of Hawaii in-the mean: iThe territorial trrand iurvinf a rebort today
t iine ore able toupport large institutions yqf jDmmcw
thcip;i-I;X .Q-"!:;-' Tit r-jayi.prdina'nb
With t he ierritory-w ide need An4; the rcadi t vaiinicndalon is' based on the worthy, aim to se-
sa,.uj iueiiui virj iiiwitva io iuitt. iuis urai cuiv economy in. city aummustraiiou, oui we uu
i nor uenev anr eucn course as is suggesiea is
v far yis lies in heir power," the ' next ? leglsla
i rcU)ld well af foi-d to aTtoprate 5,CrOO"a60urici I It 'has not 'berafbiirid; sound economy
yrir tc wartl the
i f i t ami a I u rther. dceloplnrji t)f ystem 'to nances and other metirra calling for. the" ap'
furnish books' to any townpp illa- - ; propHatlionbf inoney' is to give entire publicity
; : V" ..J-.. ' J. A tocity . aifairs andto;-ajualnt tfee 'pebple.with
v CEltTQ AH TEE FCUTICAL SYSTEU
The acjtibn of thc' Pem
dropping the mnk inspector; bwause; he is" a Re
; ublican and appointing one ifof . tliir political
creditors because he is av Democrat, is fairly typi-
il ofthe effect of ultra-jpa'rtisan politics in city
affairs anywhere. The present case 'is the more;
r-riousi of murs&'Wause I the 'milk- insnectbr is ordination between itjhevidely-
oil nf ihn henUh nf ers, 8UDervisinir DrinciDals and
what is going on in their municipal government
To .!restrici jpublic"i& of uch' niattera is to re
strict Jne function ot pyernment that is quite
as-tmporjant as economy.'. .' !?
. The1 Educational Review just established by
the department of education fills; a real need in
this territory, and that is the need of closer cp-
executives of the
A AAV AAA AS) A AU W. , iUV 4k V
i' o eitv: hnrtirnlarlv of the 'welfare of' the chil-I head office.
drchi 4 The relation betweeV a' pure;milk supply, contains mu
and heathy chilton is; top familiar to need: of ideas ought to be as effective; for progress in
contains much iyaluable inf ormati6n.r Exchange
much Emphasis here. ' It is enough to say that me uepanmeni, 01 lnsirucuon as m any yuier
many cities have? succeeded. In louring 'their . function of government. The educator is some-
children from ten' to seventy- tunes oaaiy in neea 01 eaucauon ouisme nis
firn nni wirit. hv Keeiirinf? ''n ; hiffW'deirree of iraritv ; somewhat restricted line.
in the milk sold throughout the city.' : ' ' v 'y'Y ';''"' .
4 The'board of agriculture ad forratry quite pAnd yet some of the cynics say that the new
naturally; is averse to taking; man of - whose Dembcratic "board of supervisors is cutting down
will become a skiUed inspector. , The: Star-Bul-J lice department ! How cruel is political suspi
letin . understands that the appointee of the:cion !
board, E. J. Gay, is a veteran ranchman and
presumably; knows" all about 4 cattle and horses
ualifications itknoi-s nothingand risking thei Republican salaries in order to spend more mon
ealth' of the immunity on( the-Chance that, he ey on Barbon road-workers and a Bouroon po-
ill liArivrtia fl IpnnrtinPTif ITow m1 n nolitirnl Mtisni-
The fact that Hawaii is beieved to be not in
shape, for suffrage by a visitor from the main-
from the standpoint, of a cattlefraiser. He will
be called Jipon, however to make tuberculin tests neej not interfere .with the steady, prof.
aAdto. examine ' uiUk 'dthough -he .can doubt, 8ire; 0rk 'now carried on by the suffrage a
less it'4ru uuia ua-u. cowuavyfpuy.i mv, cianou uere. .1
fact remains tlmt his educationtfor the partic-j '
ular JoTj to which lie is appointed will besecured The Powers intimate that it would be a good
verylargely at the expense of e community, thing for all concerned if the Sultan would ini
ThcGay case has a peculiar history which shows mediately evacuate his European possessions,
the angle that partisan politics may take. Gay's Undoubtedly it would lie a good thing for the
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
Sir: The readers ?ofi the daily Ad
vertiser of the 10th Inst. were treated
to one of the most unmitigated pieces
of newspaper rot that I have ever been
privileged to read; :The crowning
feature of the article is In the fact
that it 1 false from' the first to the
last sentence. .
. While attending to my work 1 ob
served : employes of the? public works
department removing two defective
mirrors, which needed '-slight repair- tnChes in length, (nd to end) and
ipg, pe asked me it r Knew or any girth combined, p-cperly and secure-'
bther defected: mirror nffcmes. We in-. 7 packed, but .not seaki. or, closed
vestlgated, and finding none. Mr. Cole; against readj examination. ' ), '
then left the building'' On returning' All mall matU.of the fourth class"
to, my work?I. saw a. strariger ap- is now inal'able as parcels post mat-,
prpachlng; irho r made isome inquiries ter regardless of weight fvom one,
about; the btllding, which I answered ounce to 11 pounds with parcels post'
to the beste'bf. my ability. . . j stamps and not with ordinary stamps
VThla,. is. the true story of the affixed. t rates of postage applicable
"juuno.eeeKers trying 10 nne me to the several rone.
pest packages with parcels pust
stamps affixed, must be brought to
the post office for mailinf and r ot put
In street letter bofes or given to the
Parcels post packages caunot be de
Parcels post packages cannot te de
livered by special delivery nor regis
tered, but may be ineuied to th'r
value not exceeding $50.00 on payment
of 10 cents additional parcels post
stamps affixed thereto. Insured pack
ages musf he presented at the par
cels post division. Bethel street, be
fore being put tn the; mails, that pro
per records may be made, and insur
ance, tags attached to, each parcel. -
Parcels post stamps (will be on sale
at the general delivery windows after
6 o'clock p. m., until midnight, and
from 6 a. m. to 8 a. m., where; pat eels
poet pacaages may also be presented
for mailing; during , said hours.
Parcels post package should noi
exceed 11 pounds in weight or It
R. JAY GREENE.
FROM THE SOLDIERS.
JOSEPH G. jPRATT,
LITTLE INTERVIEWS j
If it's from
you know it's Good
Our Guarantee stands
back of every article.
WICHMAN & CO.,
knocked off a dray on Nuuanu avenue gave vent to an earspUtUng racket.
yesterday when It was hit by Rapid
Transit car 20, of that line, and sus
tained several slight bruises.
AUTO ON WRONG SIDE; v
BAD ACCIDENT AVERTED
A noisy automobile, being driven on
he wrong side of the street, was the
cause of an accident oa. King' street
tnls morr tag which might have result
ed fatally, had It cot :: been - f or the
quick action ot several bystanders.
i The machine was driven up on . the
left-hand side of the street, and as It
came tn & Ptop near the corner of Fort.
causing a horse which waa tied to the "
curb to, become frightened. The horse .
kicked itself free from the harness. ,
and then launched Its heels in the di
rection of . a brake- which 'passed ; at
that moment, upsetting the, latter with i ;
a .'smashed wheel. The man driving '
the brake narrowly ; missed being
struck by the horse's hoofs, and sever
al bystanders stepped In and soon had ' ;
tho horse Quieted down. r f
King George has . forced the Prince
of Wales W resign from Oxford's most
swagger club because he Joined in a
college rag or hilarious party. v
At Kaimukl. near car line, modern improvements, mots rock founds--tlon,
marine and mountain view from lanais unsurpassed. Shrubs'
trees and well kent lawn. Lot 75x200." - ' 't:' ': r:' ' .'.-. .'"1"
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TRENT TRUST CO:, LTD.
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
81r:-4-We kindly ask that you pub
lish this letter in your paper.
In a few more days the entire regl- .
ment f . the 6th United States Cavalry DEMOSTHENES LUCnROUS It
wBl depart, perhaps forever, from this' w by. walking that 1 reduced ray
beautiful Isle. In parting we leave avordupolE-Uklng long hikes before
behind friends and ' a repuUtlon of breakfast, none of. ycur strolls,
which we are Justly proud, and carry' P. M. PONTV-There never was a
with ; ns' kind thouchts of Honolulu better adage than In unity there Is
and hope thai sometime we shall again strength that la, where tha unifica-be-statlouetf
Jiere. We wish to state tion is1 for good purposes. The "Get
further that if the people of Honolulu Together" slogan is a modernized ver-
will come forward we shall show our sion oi mis lnienseiy iraioiui
appreciation :in some way. The sol-' ;JJ-, A YDeiw "7, K ",ZZ
diers are Afraid to butt in and the electric light plant was installed, the
people are "either" afraid or don't Pc w" fniea "OWH
Want Io. ' i j line iikduds ymuu mier n woo uuut
i . . . away wna, vne uiiiugo wcio
We are sorry we could not become ,,, intn ln various
better acquainted, but hope that the ghapes Everybody who lived here at
4th Cavalry boys will be able to get tDertlme 0f the Wilcox uprising in
better acquainted. However, we wish 18g9 win rememDer the gas tank
to thank' the people of Honolulu for cni9(V,p ThU tank waa later used bv
their - little kindnesses and assure the p G ag a pQr magazine. There
them that wherever we may roam in were 8everai private gasoline plants
the future we shall always remember nere Defore tne arrival of the electric
with pleasure Honolulu and its people. iieht such as that of Nolte's. where
Yours in friendship.
THE JOLLY TROOPERS.
5th U. S. Cavalry,
per LAWRENCE V. RALSTON"
Written on behalf of the entire reg
an exposlon occurred, killing the bead
waiter and severely burning Mr.
PARCELS POST INFORMATION.
United States Post Office.
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
Sir: For the Information of the
public, will you kindly print in your
next issue that a full supply of par-
CHAS. A. BROWN is expected to ar
rive home in the Ventura due here on
MRS. J. T. BOYD was a departing
; WiU Last a Lifetimei f ; v f : ;
See Our New Patterns. ; ;
. ' 113 . Hotel Street ':J I: L
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eels post stamps of the several de- passenger in the Sierra for the Coast,
nominations have been received and .Mrs. Boyd will be away for several
will be sold in quantities desired on months.
application at the Parcels Post Divi- JOHN HUDULA. a Spaniard, was
brother, this paper is informed, is "a good Dem- Sultan.
ocrat and wanted the job, but the supervisors
had some disapproval of him. Nevertheless, San Francisco is soon to have a committee of
there' was a' political debt to satisfy. E. J. Gay one thousand to find out what's the matter with
was 'a member of thejirolice force, a mounted the city. Honolulu has to be content with a
patrolman. He Kwa8 nWed for the inspector's committee of twenty-five.
job, and, the debt is paid.'
T'- lwara of supervisors Is tibt to be blamed While the freeze is on in California is a good
for this state of affairs any more than the rest time to flood the Coast with Hawaiian promo-
of the community, any more man tne iegisiaiure( tlon literature.
which in times past created tne nynna eiry anu
county government. The supervisors are caught
I ctween the upper and nether millstones of a
lf-vicibu8 and wholly inefficient system. The nolulu, too!
, : v nntf county should eitheT)c6ntn)l its sanita-1
' rVtirtinns nbaolutelv or not at all. The Uawaii still smus to bo able to thwart the
I . iutivw"
' The promotion committee is offering a reward
for anyone caught knocking Hilo. Make it Ho-
COLLEGE HILLS 2 choice residence lots 13.500 aq. ft. each $1250
OCEAN VIEW Modern home with all conveniences $3500
New Bungalow, excellent view
Wll MPl MINA HIRE Ti-room Bunealow $3000
l KAIMUKI Modern 4-room house, large grounds $4500
WAIKIKf Choice building lot. 7200 q. ft t
PA WAA Modern 1 story house OOO
Fine building lot 12.981 sq. ft $2000
PUNAHOU 6-roora house and cottage W000
1V4 story modern cottage $4500
Modern 5-room bungalow $4850
P A L A M A 3-bed room house and lot $1750
PACIFIC HEIGHTS Choice home 800
WAIALAE TRACT Several choice cts and acreage.
lion" of work, and of office arising from will of obi Clans Spreokels!
GUARDIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.,
8EC0ND FLOOR, JUDD UILDINO
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
The following ad wa. used by the KaimukI Land Company,
Ltd.. a little over a year ago:
"AND STILL THEY COME
"Everything is KaimukI-ward: Schools, churches, reser
voirs, ten-minute car service, miles of macadamized streets,
new homes by the score, are a few of the things that are
rapidly bringing KaimukI forward as the modern residential
district of the mid-Pacific.
"THE LATEST THING IS GAS"
Everything has turned out as prophesied.
We have the following list of properties in this district
House, lot and furniture, Park Ave., KaimukI $2700
House and two acres, 5th Ave., Kaimuki $2300
1 Acre on 10th Ave, Kaimuki $600
3 lots, Ocean View, cor. Kaimuki $1450
1 lot Claudine and 18th Aves. Kaimuki $ 450
1 lot, 3d Avenue, Kaimuki $ 700
House and lots Puunui, near Country Club, lot 150x150; bar.
gain price fur quick sale; cash or instalments.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
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