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nVKNINO HULLjrTlN, HONOLULU, H, T., HIIDAY, FElJTlUAnY 21. 19(11.
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at 210 King Street. Honolulu,
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WALLACE 11. K.MlIUNGTONT.lMTior
Entered at tho Post OMco at Hono
lulu as second class matter
Vtt month, nn where In U. S. ..$ .75
Fer year S.tlO
l'er year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
IPnyublo Invariably In advance.
Post Otllce llox 718
.I'EIIIU'UIY 2i. l'JOl.
George Washington nlvvnVM Kept hln
vvorl. ccn If the eherr ttce hntihct
sturj Is n in) tli
ChlciiKO Btreet railways lnvo enforc
ed n regulation tigilnst condiu torn eat
ing union1!. Mau.iti't Pain would find
u scant half drtren appllut: for posi
tions on his road If Hitch n ittlc vvcic en
Neither the government nor Its nigel
organs have arisen to explain vvhv the ,
Gov, i rnor failed to Itiop his promise to
the Depaitmenl of lustlco r.prcwntatl-
c. n.e are ecr prono to shirk such
Honolulu views the thtntrlial pros-1
pect with general approval The book-1
Jngs for the next few month suggest i
that It noer rains hut It pours, lint
Honolulu can neei receive too much
of a good thing, nnd It Is to be hoped
thnt with the Improved steamer service
the seasons of theatrical desert wastes
hnvo passed Into hlmor.
A Chicago Judge Is on record for re
fusing to uctept the verdict of a Jury
because Its decision was based princi
pally on testimony of women. Now
there Is n fruitful Held for Helen. Car
rie and round the world missionaries.
Why try to convert Hnwall when there
exists an official In Chicago who puts
womankind on the baik sent of truth,
and sets them on thc plnnaclo of Ima
Turthcr discussion of the duties of
finTPtnrv fiinnpr fulls In lirlnir nut nnv
reason whj he should by virtue of tils
official position he entitled to n scat
un the floor of tho House of Represen
tatives. That Secretary Cooper should
take his own notes of legislative pro
ceedings IT he wants to Is equally inca
pable of successful refutation If the
House objects to the Secretnr.v's offi
cial presmce on tho floor, let a request
he made" that he take a seat In the rec
tlon set apivjt for the common herd.
The Legislature ought to tnkt steps,'""" """" "'' "'' ""
to secure n ruling of the courts on thot". I"'" been used with varslng decrees
much discussed term "proceedings" as
used In the Organic Act On this point
alone the Legislature may dlico.er that
Its arts nro nullified. Members of the
Legislature are not fuinillng their duty
to their constituents when they rldo
rough shod over n point trusting to
luck that the courts will decide In their
favor American firrdom and liberty
Is freedom nd liberty exercised with
in the limits of the law Do not let tho
Legislature follow the example of tho
Kxecutlvo and becomo an luilfferent
law unto Itself
When our Delegate refuses tho un
usual oppoitiinltv given nnj Territor
ial delegato to speak on the llooi of the
House, he docs not Increase the con'J-
dence placed in him nt home or anions
niembrs of Congress. Hxperlene Is
ever thing and It will tenth our peoplo
that u Congressional Delegate to cv
crclso power In Congress must hav
facts and figures concerning the Ter
ritory at his tongue's end and 5Ver pre
pared to expiess his opinions on the
lloor of the Houso when given nn op
portunity. More than ono Teirltoi
lal Delegate has serve,! a full teim in
Congies3 without n Mirgestlon of n
ihaneo to dlu:us3 ail topic beforo tho
The easy manrierln which ,tbo Ter
ritorial olllcers havo declared "this Is
Kedeial property nnd that Is not" to
suit Its own purposes, nil tcncU tonal il
a final wind-up that will bo Interesting.
This question of property rights Is
giving rise to the largest conglomein
tlon of childish tommy rot theso Isl
ands hnvo ever seen and they have seen
n good deal Casting Its refulgent rnys
over tho assumptions of tho Depart
ment of Public Works shines tho easy
promise of tho Governor so quickly nnd
easily broken Such affairs will soon
convlnco the Federal officers In Wash
ington thnt what Hawnll needed nnd
still needs Is Men In control of the
Terrltor's executlvo power.
THE PIRST AMERICAN.
It Is particularly fitting thnt Hnwall
should at this time pny a speclnl tri
bute to the notion's gieat lender. Wash
ington, nnd It Is especially pleasing to
tho American hoi li citizens of Hawaii
that the time has come when the p"o
plo of the Islands can Join heuitlly In
this tilbute all proud of tho title, nn
Aineilrnn citizen, nil earnest In their
desire to fulfill American IdciK
The dunllUon of firow WnsliliiRton
thnt especially appeal to tho eltizcns
of this Tenltoiy nre his honesty his
eninestncss nnd his unoirlnt; ronll
ilrnre In the wisdom of tho people Ho
wns In nil tespects an optimist, though
tho hardships through which ho pnssid
ralKht well have turned a wenker chnr
ncter Into tho channcls'of disgruntled
pessimistic disgust. In tnking up the
causo of tho colonists, Washitigtdn
rlsleeiTTho homo romforlo, and easy life
of an English gentleman.. Judged
from the power vlilchie must lend
his fiitloTcrs nKaliisthifJiltieil his fol
low olonlsls In n hopelavs taiise No
one was In n better poltlon to realize
this than the great lender tilmsMf The
enuse was Just, lie mciptcil the lead
ership with every prospo't of detent
In dns of defeat and consequent suf-
frrlnis. Washington found his ranks de
pleted, the fnlnt hearted returning to
their liomrs nnd shouting for King I
(lenrge Jcilnrslei r.ov! among hHJ
cenernls nnd the traitor was not miss
ing from the ranks. Washington stood
firm, true to hlmsolf nnd of necessity
true to the cause of justice. In the
midst of nil the tilals of war he had
about him n iiucleim of lovnl followois
whosn support was unfailing, whose .
loyalty tj pined the highest stnndnrds
Having mcrronic such odds nmbltloti I
foe the scepter of n king could have I
been satisfied Washington fought for
thn people nnd w Ith the people and Into
their hands, friends and enemies alike
he turned the fruits of Utory. Hatred
for the disloyal would have Justified n
dcsltc to pttnlth enemies and rcwnrcH
frlrnda The flrst Amorbnn's greatness
of character was no better exemplified
than In the quiet unassuming manner j
111 wtitrb ho rpturiipd tn tho ilntlos nf
pr,Vfltp fp ,,,,,,,, onl(.,al rrfrr I
mrnt , rrp(lv , (, ,,,, ,,tJ lxh(,n
.,,.. ,,,, Tlln rn . nn. ..,
dtl,y flllnIcl, ttl()l lc ,,. MI,orrnK
trust in tno people nnd contlclcnce In
the destiny of the Itcpubllc !
,n th( gt1()j f the life of Washing-1
t011i tll, pco)lp f Hnwall rind the true
American. That this evnmple Ins not
,rn fnnwiV In llnwnfs otn. Inl life I
n.,,, t.r .uul,, lnr. fi r, im- In ,
leading t iltl'en to n more careful
stndv of -n irrer thnt none ran follo-v '
and go ast'ay.
Thc city government of lloston has
recently approved n loan of $1,300 000
for Improvements of streets nnd hlgh
Says the lloston Transcript. "The
really creditable thing nbout Ilostnn's
present Interest In Improved highways
Is Its whole-souled sincerity. St. Paul
wants public Improvements to heat
.Minneapolis. Cleveland to beat lluffalo
nrd '"'V0'1, Chlc"K" " bcat ,,,e TcM
of creation. lloston. however, goes In
for whatever promises tntinlrlp.il bct
t"r:ncnt, and rarest nothing for what
the residue of the earth's surfaio may
thln't or sav Thc only dauijer la nos
ttm i"ay reidi a decision before mak
ing a Kitrvcv of all possible methods of
paving tltj str-ets. Only the best Is
goad enough for lloston."
Tho Hawaiian Islnnds enjoy tho nn
doubtcdlv viell-ilcservcd renutntloii of
of s.iccesn In nmcnilniiilred loads for
town and countiy. The general
diet of the great cities seems to be that
macadam Is unimpaired for countty
iouIh, but hopelessly unsulted for
ilown-tnv n sections
Macadam Is not so noisy as cianltc
blot Us. but noisier than woor or ns-
phalt. However the subje"t of "Met
ropulitnn Hoadways-ias a literature of I
Us own. Open Poole's Ind. n in ut,y I
Public Library, nnd In n few minutes j
a blbllogiaphv for cotisldcuible reading i
rr.a be formulntid I ills is tho III ";t
stop t nn aril Intelligent eoflalder.atlon. I
thn sec ond step Is patient leading nnd
llrglnnlng with the fundnmcntnl prln
elides of sheet-paving, here nre the re-
'nulrements foi n good pavement, us set
forth In tho Journal of of the Society
of Alts b Lewis II. Isaacs. T It 1. 11
A., wjio nt tho tlinn of thp nupcnrnnco
of hli nrtlclo wns survoor to the Hoard
of Public Works for the llolborn Dist
ill t. London
(t) It inustjho a snnltnr pavement
anil up nolsiless as possible -'
(J) It must bo safe foi lioiscs, afford
ing sufficient foothold with n minimum
3( It must bens fice from mud and
dust ns pocslhlc
(t) It must be economical, not only
as Kgnrds Us first cost, hut nUo with
lespoct to Its maintenance and clean
ing. (.) It must ho durable.
(0) It must bo easily cleansed and
non-iibsoihant of moisture.
(7)It must uilnilt of being icadlly
taken up and quickly laid for repolis
it nil sc ison?. i
., Of tho various lots of pavements here
consldeied will bo thoso chiefly In use.
wooden blocks, grunlto blocks,, bilck
Wooden blocks nie used In Mel
bourne. London nnd Sv.dnoy, ond tho
Londoners nnd Australians stem
Twelvo or thirteen cnrs ago tho
nowly laid wooden pavements of Chlcn.
go seemed n promise of thc light thing
Paris began to lay wooden blocks about
tho tlmo America abandoned them
with n great Improvement upon our
Wooden blocks nro almost noiseless,
nnd offer better footing to the; horso
than stone or nsphnlt It Is eusler for
a fallen bores to regain his footing
on wet wooden pnvmicnt tluin on
stone or asphalt. rnrthcrmui, tho
wooden pavement Is smooth enougn 10
, lio svvnpt fairly rlonn or llooiloil (uim
the h (limits, mill is uiciip nnu eun u
iclnlil nt sllRlit cxiirnw'. J j
On tlic other linnirvvonil Is porous,
and tho noxious vapors rlsliiK.fnjrtttlio
ntivrment which rnlnto the now iinl
val In London, tells tho story.
Tho porous substance absorbs Im
purities and sends up fumw ojipoisou.
Tho wooden block Itself ilerays. Nei
ther cloudy London nor Immaculate
Paris can prevnt n condition which In
ovjtably tern's townrd hilclilcf. M
Pntlct nnd M. Nledlnr upon examining
ild In 1'arlB ji
the upper Ui
he blocks v) lch Jind been hi
icr vevcrni cirvionnn on
s.irfn-e after It had ben washed tnoic
than loooaooo microbes to the gram
me, at n depth of a ccutjmctcr 81200,
at ndcplh of three cclitWtets ll'i&O.
at n depth of llo centimeters 51006.
villi- these myriad 6f grrtni nisV not
he nil of a malignant nntnre. decent
I entile don t like to have them around
k Woden pavements Roon go to pie, es.
Thry cannot withstand heavy trnfllc
Thsro his recently been laid In Paris
a suli-stintum of Portland Cement,
uron this Swcedlsh pine blocks. In
the Interstices liquid mortar; with n
piernlntlon of porphvry on top. The
porphjry Imbedded In the porous word
nlakes with this -solid sub-stratum, a
smooth pavement which will withstand
nlmost mottling However, this li
nun e expensive to renew nnd relay
than asphalt, nnd It Is only nfter
this expensive ttentment that wood I
at nil durable, and even then It can
hnidly be called sanitary.
Tho wooden pavements In, Chicago
nm In u scandalous state. Round ic-
dnr bloiks are used laid on tarred
boards, with a filler. of pitch and grncl
producing the plensUig effect of n city
fninl with nsnenkes.
Thc WtKyH ttPtc of mH.,,lla density.
R0 ,hnt ,., ,, ,,,,, llolrs s(mn ,,.
IlM . .,.. ......i,, .,, cruai,P1i
tliroitRli nn occasional block nnd soon
It became iinpossnue in rieaii niu
directs . Therefore. It Is In many
parts If the ilt of Chicago the stiiets
haxe the appeaiance of no pavement
Theso become festering masses of
disease. Iireedlng foulness, giving off
,,vi,,.. vminrs rhen wet. and dust
Indeii with bacteria when dry. When
(he pavement has been worn out. one
shudders at tho netual lesults. It Ins
literally been breathed down by the
They manage better than thH In
Paris nnd London where persons go
about every night with new wooden
blocks patching the iolon
Applvlng Lewis H. Isaac's tests wo
llnd that wooden blocks are not sani
tary, are not durable: are not Unn-ab-Rorhant
of moisture, while they on tho
other hand afford excellent footing for
horses, nre easily repaired, but If laid
on a solid foundation of lement are as
expensive as asphalt. The first desider
atum In Honolulu Is n clean sanitary
pavement We want no wooden blocks
nor any substance which will furnish
a refuge for disease germs. Sanitary
conditions here where we arc free
from frost, nro to bo achieved
only at the price of eternal vlgllenco.
ANNA ALWAHL BAMKS.
Wjitmn Wnnt Inlormntlw.
The Hoard of Health has received n
circular from Surgeon (lecnral Wyman
a-.klng for, stntlfctlcs la. regard Ui tho
nrrlvnl of the grip In tile Islands'.' tho
number of cases, severity of the nt-
tark nnd period of duration. It seems
vei-l'lmt theso clrcnlnis are being sent out
to all the Stntes and Territories in
tho nulled Stntes for the purpose of
compiling tho facts received and em
bodvlug these In n report soon to bn
The Christian Kndcnvoi Society of
thn Central I'nlon church will give n
(Kurjfo and Martha Washington social
tonight In the erure.li parlors All
" Hoople arc csprclnllv Invite I.
II , II IWU I. . II I ' ' '
and Financilil Agents
500 Lois In the Kapiol.ini, Kaiu-
lani, Matioon, Knimuki, Mc
Cully, Kapahiilu, Kap,Qbni
't'M'urk 'Addition -and jSiunui
Lands in Tlil City, Suhnrbs, and
Island, in Maul and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved
1NVESIORS AND HOME Sh Ink
ers vvill do well to see us be
fore buying elsewhere,
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. I!.
Smow Flake Salmon
Van Camp's Pork and Be tnb
" Plclclts, j
I . f
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
hnvlng closeil out otir olil stock of the old
patterns, we are now offtring the latest
Improved Patterns. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
1TY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NbW INVOlChS TO HAND.
A lare stock
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UlbNSlLS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.
1S &-Ji$?i Wi&L
WE HAVE ON EXHIBITION AT OUR
'.Merc hunt St., hot. lort unci Alnkcti.
We invite you to inspect our Up-to-tWite Vehicles and get our
price if you contemplate buying.
J.F. MORGAN, C. BROWN, T. HUSTACI., C. H. ATIILRTON, W. H. IIOOGS,
President VI cr I'rtilicnt e rtar AaJltor Trras. nJ Mjinigtr
HUSTACE & CO., Ltd., Queen St.
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WII01.ESAL1! AND RETAIL.
TI LLPIIOM . MAIN Jos. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAYING
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to cam a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HOM ST WOKk. AT HON
I. ST PKICLS."
I Have Moved
my plumbing businew to thc
COUNI l Or Blkl-TAMA AD
I ft A STS. Telephone, White
357J. whrre I have In sto;kthc
enjme'eJ Iron and steel clad,
with nickle p'aled trimmings;
aM wood, zinc lined. '
Water Closets, Wash Out,
anj Syphon, j;t styles.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galv anlzed and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and muble with nickle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets anil Trim
m'ngs, Galvan'zed Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
R. W. ATKINSON
SERVANTS REGISTRY ,
Purnlnlicel or UnfurnlHlicd.
ROOM urMAGOON BLD.,
The Erenlng Bulletin, 7t vtnU '
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils m
Ihese tire NEW GOODS and the QUAL- j,
arrive on the "W. G.
18 THE UliST
It Contnliix (inly U U7-I0O
per cent Alcohol.
Per barrel, 6 dozen quarts
Per C.tbe, 4 dozen quarts
klNQ AMI HEIIIEL MBLtTS.
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
the public before In Honolulu. You
can buy an artistic modern six room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for $3000,00, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block,
, l40.00 per month.
If this dots'nt beat paying rent, what
See pi ms and learrrp.utkulars from
Clias. E. Moore & Co.,
Room ii, Mjgoon Block,
'74'im Merchant and Alikra Sts.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
A bargain, '
Apply to A. G. CORRBA,
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract i ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A rbiid 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east -side
of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha, Girls'
School; said road will, ex-
tend to the sea. 1
Cross-bads will beopened "
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high abov" sea level.
No swamps around, the
premises. No freshet will'v
cnter the property. A
There is an offer to buy a
part of the propeity by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
The ground Ms superior to
any tract in the market. ' l
The premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est of any tract within two
milep rrdiflithe center, of the - ,
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
in Honolulu. '
For terms or more particu- (
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
Or to '"
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and " '