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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY, JULY 50, 1910.
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MLT and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINO. CO., LTD
it ISO King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Bally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRES1
Wallace R. PorHngton, - Rclltor
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
"p I Editorial Rooms, - 185
' elBusiness Office, - 562
tmered ftt the Pwttoffict at llouoitlu
u tconJ class maun
.JULY 30, 1010
Houses To Let
Prospect St 4
Piikoi & Young... 3
Pensacola St. ... 3
Waialac Rd 4
College Hills ....-3
Kaimuki, 13th . . 3
Young St 4
riikoi and Hassin
Kinau St. ... 3
4 $ 40
Aica 3 $
Kaimuki, 7th ....0
Beretanla St 2
Thurston Ave. . ..4
Kam. IV. Rd 4
Matlock Ave 2
Lcwcrs Rd 3
Christley Lane ...2
Kaimuki, 11th ...2
Emma Lane 2
Kaimuki, Oth ....2
Kam. IV. & Rose.. 3
Kaimuki. Oth 2
T.MIkoi St 3
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We think our fathers fools, so wise trial interests wtmtd unite In a road
we grow; policy tliut includes the whole County
Our wisefsons, no doubt, wCH think t llawnll and backed Hint policy us a
us jo. .Pope, .unit for two or four coiwcciitlvci
i ' ! years, the roud dllllcultles mid the dls-
Delegate Kulilo can not begin his gruces of that County's roads wou.tf
work among the people any too noon, j be rapidly straightened out.
The main source of trouble at the
Is Jack AtkliiFou going to run for
tlu S.Miatu on an Immigration platform?
Churches may now return to prac
tising as well as preachlug, "Little
children, love one nnotlier."
Spain has como to the reseue when
everything pointed to there being no
real excitement during the silly sea
present time In Haw all Is that each
section of that County grabs for u
reprcscntatUo on the Hoard of Sup
ervisors. There are pot enough Sup
ervisors to go around. During the
term of ulllco of "our man," the Sup
ervlsor Is supposed to get all the
money tbero Is lor his district, and
let all the others go by the board. In
other words. Instead of hiving a clear
cut, continuing, broad and really mod
erjily Intelligent system or road build
ing, the wholo proposition Is n grab
gamu from start to llulsh.
Nor Is It right to point the finger of
Bcorn at the county government and
try to prove that conditions were bet
t'er under tho Territory. The material
Interests of the County of Ilawuli h.id
money for road building under their
control for years, and yet In all that
time, the factional, sectional, selllsli
scheme wns carried on, us against the
big belt road plan to get nt least one
good road for all Hawaii.
Kvery district In Hawaii County
should unite for u belt road scheme
that gives some evldenco of tho popu
lation of that County having some ap
preciation of a fow of tho first neces
sities of modern civilization.
Peonlo In Puna and lieonlo In somo
Mr. Andrews, Itepubllcan part iacca nione ,ile iinmakua coast Betnl
manager, usually calls on members tut)ltlk tlnt liwy imso m ni;cj lo
of the same olrclo when he wishes. .i10UldcI. nIlv of lho aierac. Ilf thn
It will taki u pretty good candi
date to hold the crowd against tho
average baseball games that havi)
been played lately.
If the "safo and sano" Fourth was
all for the benefit of tho jouugxters,
why not start In now fur a safe ami
Can Honolulu reach the 100.000.
mark? Well, we guoss so. on n
four-speed transmission, with a dl-
rect drive and Improved clutch.
Our new Territorial land commls.
, elon ought to tako a trip to Kau, It
It wants to get a fint-liatul -vloW of
how Industry may be clicckeil liv
some brands of homesteadlng.
roads of Walmca, Kuwallme, and other
mud holes, sand pockets, and rock
piles that pass under the name of u
to "learn what Is best for the He
jmhllcnn party." Now, aro Andrew
n"i:d the circle tho Itepubllcan party.
or are the people supposed to have.' , ,. ,, , , , , ,
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?'- - Broa
r I Uut they arc wrong. Hawaii Conn-
.What the rank and file nt tho He- ty roads stand or full as a whole, and
publican party want to kuow-beforo ure representative of the people us it
they go to the primaries! whether' whole, .And "Hawaii County roads nre
a nomination for mayor ;l- wmo- disgraceful-1 exhibits, taken as a
thing that can be bought and sold" wtiole. thulium whoso team Is ituck
and guaranteed at so much per. An J u.'Jjob bole In AValmea doesu't want
joti can depend uon It tirat-lner, to know uuythlng about tho stnto of
will find out beforo the Job Is fin.
Isheil and the delivery made.
civilization In Illlo, Komi, or K'ohala.
lie Knows tn.it that civilisation over
there does not count outside Its awn
If the big men of Hawaii County
will show that they Imvo big minds
and cuu curry Out big plans In loud
.construction us well as when conduct
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
DON'T WAIT P0R THE MAIL
Office open Sunday mornings from
eight to ten.
you want an umbrella that
will give you good returns for
A good umbrella will outlast
half a dozen cheap ones.
Our umbrellas always wear
well and look well.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
TJuWopfo slioulif uot foiget Pint It la fiasty op altogether wrong In his
is within tho power of every man In' complaints,' "Thern nre many other
a seiul-publlc position to promote tho Instances jn which a complaint Is le-
good name of his city and muko legitimate.
Hawaii county roads furnish a
, big problem and the residents of
-every district should upproa-h It in
a broad-minded manner. When tnoy
substitute All-Hawaii Tor My Ills,
triet. the voters oni? taxpayers of
the illg Uland will have taken the , Ing sugar plantations, they can rest
first Important step toward getting a assured that tlio little men will fall In
good reputation and good roads. , lino.
I Citizens of tho biggest County, in
Ituoscvelt's present position looks urea, of tho group should eliminate
plain enough. He promises to speak
for a regularly-nominated Itepubll
can, regardless of the Insurgency ot
tho platform ho Is running on. Hut
ho refuses to mix u a fight previous
to the nomination. In other words.
Theodore Is becoming so conscrvativu
that ho refuses to bet before the
the grab game, and get together to
build for All Hawaii,
SUNDAY LIQUOR SALES.
One of the strong points ot tho pres
ent license law- Is Its elasticity and
when in proper hands its responsive
ness to public opinion. That Is why
It secured such u splendid endorse
ment at the polls.
, , . . I Since that endorsement, tho first itct
Hawaii taxpayers are beginning to f t,,e 0ahu LIquor Comm,agIon ,8 ,0
Investigate the road situation of that now the prlvlIege t0 estttuIlslle(1 ,10,
,.It Is about time that something was
done for the benefit of tho roads of
Hawaii, and l Is hard td understand
wny'.inere lias oeou sucn a nu-ur-
tels and restaurants, ot serving
liquors to guests on Sunday. The ex
periment of the so-called closed Sun
day has not been n success, and tho
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..., ,,.. i.".".. .. -iport the action of tho Commission In
'T.Vu. ..',, . , . ., returning to the old-time plan.
What Hawal County needs or IU intelligent regulation and respons
pTibllc roads Is a broad Intelligent , to , obv,OU9 ln)onB
road building policy for the wholo raajprlty lt wlmt ,, want from
Z0!!'1" .. ,.,-1 "'8 Commission, and the' law allows
, ,.u? h. - " ......u. uUi0f thnt
Toaas anu equally uau roau conairuc
tlon Is usually presonted by some of
tha. high and mighty representatives
off wealth and Intelligence as an ovl
denco of the incompetence in govern
ment of tho '' lied Kanakn,
attractive to tho stranger as well ns
the resident. And we have n right to
look upon tho courteous operatives ot
the street car system as u community
New York city recently furnished
an Illustration of the commercial
value of courtesy. The receiver for
the. Third avenue street car lino has
Just announced an Incrensa of two' Thnt St. Louis girl who chased
cents an hour In tho wages of eon-J Jack-the-Hiiggcr-slx blocks evidently
ductors, motormen. Inspectors
starters who for fifteen months havo
faithfully followed tho suggestion
At all events, patience and courtesy
disarm tho most belligerent rider, and
transportation companies everywhere,
like the Third avenue line In New
York, will And theso virtues u paying
Investmini:' A soft answer not only
"turnetll away wrntli," but It lllleth
that "courtesy costs nothing." Thuy
havo received their rownrd, and so
has the company, for tho lino In ques
tion lias really become more popular.
Conductors uud motormen, who
and feared ho wns tho last one scheduled
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iu luuie iicr wily. uiiiiiuu lieu.
It Is gcnoruMly believed there will be
Ilttlo troublo In Idcutlfvlng that Toxas
boy who swallowed a bottle of Indel
ible Ink. Clo eland I'laln Dealer.
Wo suppose when a man goes back
on a red-headed girl It Is not out of
havo to mingle with u miscellaneous place for him to speak of hor as an
assortment of Indlvdunls, undoubted-; old llumu. Homo Sentinel,
ly have much to try their patience, fori Temporary deafness ln children
thpro niu times when tho passenger calls for tho slipper treatment.
COURTESY OF CARMEN,
An Australian gentleman passing
through the city on the last steamer
The 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n la satisfied that the bound for Victoria, called at the B u I-
wretcbed rouds of the County of Ha- lot In olllce to make mention of his
wajl are no moro the work of the bo- appreciation of the courtesy of tho
palled "d ned Kanaka" than they street car men of Honolulu. The
aro of wealth and intelligence. As a traveller said ho had visited inany
matter- of fact we would hold tho cities but in none bud ho ever met
wealth and Intelligence to a greater 8"ch uniform consideration from the
degree of responsibility. i street cur conductors und motormen
',. Tbe Outlet In Is satisfied that If that he oncountorod hore.
the representatives of tho largo Indus- This testimony Is vory grutlfylng.
The only available Beach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have for sale at Waikik'I 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion '
well improved with a large and com
We are authorized to offer this
property es a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur,
i Particulars and terms, at our office.
Fort and Merchant Streets i
A 3 Days Sale of
AN opportunity to get som& rare Bargains in Fine
Lingerie will be the feature at our store, for the
first three days of August.
The values on offer will be such that every lady
in this city should avail herself of the chance to save
The following list of garments will be laid on the
counters. Every item bears our guarantee as to work
manship and material, and our standing motto
"Money clieorfully refunded if not satisfied
holds good for this sale.
We respectfully invite inspection. . H...
$1.50 for $1.00, $1.75 for $1.25, $2.00 for $1.$0$2.50
for $2.00, $5.50 for $4 50 " t? W
Very great bargains at the following prices: 40c, 50c,
60c, 75c, 95c, .$lf $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.50,
$3.50. $4, $4.50, $5, $5.50
w- .t.- jltl .
Corset Cover and Drawers and Corset
Cover and Skirts
$1.50 for 1.00, 2.50 for 2.00, 3.00 for 2.25, 3.50 for
2.75, 4.50 for 3.50, 6.50 for 5.00, 8.75 for 6.50,
10.50 for 7.75, 13.50 for 9.75
A Gieat Big Line of Gowns from the cheap qualities
right up to Fine French Nainsook. High Necks, Low
Necks, cut round, square and V shape; Sleevesshort
and long. Made well and highly finished, at 35c, 40c,
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 95c, $1, -$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2,
$2.25, $2.50,42.75, $3, $3.25, $3.75, $4; $4.50, $5,
V. .Ml tu
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Just half their value. 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, 90c,
95c, $1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 3.00,
3.50, 3.75, 4.50, 5.00 and 6.00 . ,
75c, 85c, 95c, $1.00,. 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 2.75; 3:00, 3.50,
4.00, 4.50, 5.00 ' ' ' .
Sale begins Monday Morning, and will
continue for Three Days "
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