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EVENINQ DULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
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MAY 13, 1911
Our grand business in life is not to see what lies dimly at
a distance, but to do what lies cleaily at hand, Carlyle,
It's great to be good. Senator Brown and Senator Hewitt
have their land claims favorably acted upon by the Govern
ment, after the legislative session, and they are the only
ones in their immediate vicinity who are thus fortunate.
Men of Honolulu you have not today before you any more
important or serious problem than is involved in ridding the
city of the mosquito pest. If you don't realize it, you are due
for a terrible awakening one of these days. It is better to be
alive to your duty and your responsibility, now.
If you don't believe that the time has come for action in
protecting the city by the means of a building ordinance,
take notice of the shacks that are going up in various parts
of the town in direct violation of every rule of good health and
common decency, but not in violation of the law BECAUSE
THERE IS NO LAW.
Here is where the Supervisors come into the limelight.
The erection of a miserable unsightly shack on Wilder
avenue in the residential section of Makiki discloses the fact
that the hands of the people are absolutely tied in so far as
any law being available to compel proper building or pre
vent improper building.
How long do the Supervisors of the city and county of
Honolulu think the people are to stand this?
How long do they or the experts acting for them, expect
to dilly-dally along with the building ordinance before the
community becomes so aroused that it will not only wipe out
the shacks by some physical means but also take steps to
insure wiping out the present board of Supervisors?
Perhaps the community and the Supervisors are asleep.
But the time will speedily come for an awakening. Unless
the Supervisors take great care and move promptly, they
will again jeopardize the whole system of local government.
Lifting lli quarantine la easy Put
ting the city In condition that will
make further quarantine Impiobablu
Is the real work of the hour
Should the Governor decide that
the people of Honolulu are unanimous
on the Blta Hhlftlng scheme, lie must
he credited with being very hard of
hearing on the other side
"Some surprises" nre promised In
the Grand Jury report It In always
assumed that the purpose of it Grand
Jury Ib to secure plain Justice rather
than play the game to suit outsiders.
With Flaher us Secretury of tho
Interior and Stlmson Secretary of
War, Hawaii ought to come In for
something exceptionally good from
tho executive department of the Government.
Our George may now point with
pride to tho story In the New York
papers the day after the State elec
tion, that be was the only one who
stood by to furnish the gloom In tho
Stlmson headquarters on election
THE NEW WAR SECRETARY.
The unexpected resignation of Sec
retary of War Dickinson Is followed
by another most significant moe on
the part of the President in appoint
Ing Henry L. Htimson. Tho first was
the appointment of Fisher In the
pluce of Ualllnger
If the action of the President means
anything, It Is thut ho believes Btund
patlsnt Is a lost cause, and If lie would
Have himself and perhaps tho llopub
llcan party, ho must turn tu tho Pio
There can bo no other Interpreta
tion or Ills disposition to (111 the
places of the Old Guard with Hoose
volt men, men who were unlent Tuft
men until the President at tho open
ing of Ills administration showed u tie
olded leaulng tuwuid tho so-culled re
actionaries The President has taken tho right
course The only possible question
Is whether It has coine too Into to
,sem the lido that hug been sulllliti
uwiiy from him,
In the administration of the War
Department, Mr. Stlmson may be de
pended upon to cooperate In entire
sympathy with General Wood und the
progressive factors of the wur power
of the Government, and wo might well
expect things to take on more of the
Hooseveltlan atmosphere than has
been noticeable thus fur.
ATLANTA'S FOODJCREEN LAW
KD1T Atlanta IAiod Screen Law.
Atlanta, Go., has resolved on a
campaign that promises to make It
a llyless city. The Atlanta City Coun
cil unanimously passed a fly screen
ordinance that Is double barrelled. It
requires the screening of all garbage
to prevent the breeding of Hies and
the screening of all food exhibited
for sale to prevent contamination
from files, Tho framers of the ordi
nance have made It understood that
they Intend to enforco Its provisions
with the aid of the heulth authorities
and the police.
This would be as good an ordinance
for Honolulu as for Atlanta. It Is a
good ordlnunce for uuy city that de
sires to take a most effective step for
safeguarding health. Such un ordi
nance would mean heavy expense.
Certainly It would. Uut money spent
In putting bucIi un ordlnunce into ef
fect und backing It up.ln a way that
would keep It effective would be u
paying Investment. It would lessen
the doctor bills and quarantine expenses.
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SATURDAY, MAY 13
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FRAMINQi YOUR OTHERS RE
The Office of the
is open on Sunday mornings from
eight until ten, and on other days
from seven a. m. to five-thirty
Gailc, n coniioser and technician well
known In Dunmaik, hut Ills artistic
temperament finds Its host rxpiesslnu
III tho graphic nit mid Ills photo
graphs are of quite unusual worth dif
fering widely from tho general class
of this work. Not only the laws of
balance and composition seem well
understood but (hls original back
grounds plnco the llnlshed work quite
out of modern tones nnd In the cIubh
of the old masters.
While a mere lad Mr. Dump travel
ed extensively with his father, a great
lover of the out-of-doors lu Sweden,
Norwny, Ireland and tho Northern
countries of Europe und It may bo
from theso early Impressions of gran
deur, of foaming seaB, rugged rocks,
thunderous clouds, gorgeous sunsets,
such as arc onlv found In the land of
the Norsemen that he gets the feeling
for his wonderful backgrounds tho
samo sources which set Grieg nt liM
beautiful music and Inspired Wagner
to his Nlebolungen Lied.
If you with to send your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of DANANA8,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 King 8traet
(With Wells, Kurgo Express Co)
Again marble columns of formal
gardens appear which nro enslls trac
ed to lliu quaint castles and palaces
of the kingdom of Denmark. Utter
Mr Dump visited man) or the fam
ous urt galleries of lmropo and stud
ied with appreciation and understand
ing tho compositions of the old mut
ters and all of this seems to appear
In his work. The work shown wits a
delightful surprise to till those who
had 'not as yet seen nny of Mr Du
mp's work and while he hail already
the privilege of meeting soinu ot tho
most distinguished people of tho Isl
ands un even rather Intimate terms,
lip enjoyed making some new friends.
He greatly appreciates tho generous
comtesy shown him during his shott
visit and regrets that his sojourn
must he no "llmlled.
The reception was a most charming
nffnlr fiom Uje art and social shin,
nnd wlille about a hundred attended
In the evening, flflj who wero lu the
morning, culled during tho afternoon
tti see the beautiful work all pic
tures shown bulng those of Honolulu
people, children, dehutnntces. yomu
matrons und a few who begin tn
count their grandchildren. .
Four merry maids, not from itehool
but star boarders at u Ilcretnnla street
family hotel, shuttered the ambient
ulr during the stilly watches of the
curly morning with u result that it
score of loug-stirfcrlng llrenien nl the
Central station were rudely awakened
from slumber, believing thut u l lot
cull hud been sent lu.
Judge Monsuirtit hearkened to the
tale of woe presented by un Injuied
neighborhood Smiles nnd tents
availed not When the roll was called
three young misses received fines of
two dollars nnd tho trimmings. One
more resolute damsel who declared
thut she was not guilty of disturbing
tho quiet of nn otherwise peaceful
night, fought the case and It cost her
a dollar extra Attorney Strauss di
rected the quartet of songsters lit the
Pollco Court matinee.
Real Estate for Rent
DURUP'S WORK SHOWS
HIS EARLY TRAINING
Artist Introduced By Miss Mil
lard Had Splendid Train
ing In Youth.
.Tohau Alfre.l Diinin. tin, vmim. nt.
list Introiliieeil liv MIhu Mllhir.l !
tare,, leenntlnn nt thn Plnnufiiilmi mi
Tuesday lust and whoso works of niij
neiu so Kretiiiy uuiiiireu wus porn in
Copenhagen In 1887 where he lite I
mill! flitjiii -...urn mm tulifin (.rin. lilu
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father's death lie niiiue to Huston,
wiiero his unusual ability made many
frli.lnlM In nrl ..li'r.l.iu Utiwn til., unii.
Chill enr lie litis been devoted In (he
lolln sliHlylnir ninny yuuiH under
Four bedroomi, Kliiau St SC5 00
Three bedrooms, Kulmuki CO 00
Two bedrooms, Kuliulu 30 00
Two bedrooms, I'ulolo 30 00
Three bedrooms, I'ulolo 30 00
An attractive, property In the
l'llliuhou district JSOOOOU
Ilungalow ami half ucre uf laud
In Munou Vulley, desirable
FORT AND MERCHANT STHEETI HONOLULU, T. H.
Pork and Beans
The Best in the World
Prepared with Tomato Sauce or Plain
Henry May Co.
FOR CAMP FREAR
in., Tactical Walk, 2.00 p. m Making
and Heading .Maps; 8 00 p m, Map
Saturday 8.00 a. in, Hasty In
ticnchmentSi 10.00 a in., Culls; Sig
nals; Kslimatlug Distance Drill; Mil
ntiul of Sillier; afternoon, in en I;
Ofllcers uio expected to nssembl'i
lit tho tluiu spccllled, whether a c ill
,. . . nt i .. MHiiiiis or nui, iukiiuciuih iieuiK cue-
Interesting Line of Work Laid ri t dismiss their sections aconi-
Out For Instruction of "'R'y- t
Guard Officers. i ' " '
A tlu'HiiiKlt and Interesting Hue or
vvoik lia. been l.ilil out for the olll
tei.s and nuii-cumnilHsloned olllcers of
the National (In. ml who attend the
camp uf liiblriu tion which will begin
on May 21 and end May 28.
MuJ W. I'. Hut iilnnn of the Twen
tieth liifauti) who Is lu thai go of the
camp in uecoidMiicu with tho goneiitl
ordeiH Issued, h.is Issued the follow
ing outline on the coilise of instruc
tion lo lie followed at Camp Pio-ir,
as the c amp Is to bo known:
Suuda. Ofllcers itiilvu ami settle
Motula. 8 00 a. m. Talk on Courso
of Instiiirtlou, etc.; H.UU it. in.. Talk
on Polite und Sanitation; 10.00 it. in.,
Culo of mile. KhtlmtitiiiK Distune"
etc 2.00 i. m.. Tactical Walk; S.uu
p m. Talk on Outers.
Tuesday, 8.00 a. in.. Making nnd
IlendltiK .Maps; 10.00 a. m., Sitnlta
.tion 11.00 a m., Administration;
12.00 in., Inspection of Camp; 2.00 p.
in.. Tactical Walk; 8.O0 p. m. Talk on
C'ourts-.Martlal; Company Piinshmeiit,
Wednesday, 8.00 n m . Pucklnc Wa
goiiK, etc.; Adiulnlstiatlon; 10.00 a.
m , Making ami Heading Maps; 2.00
p m. Tactical Walk (Inspection of
Company In blvouau at flilf Links),!
IXlmutlug Distance Drill; 8.00 p. in.
Talk on Orders.
Thursday, 8 00 a. m.. Manual of Sa
ber, Calls mid Signals, 11.00 n m
Tactical Walk, 2 00 p ni., linking
ami Heading Maps- I 00 p. m Admin
istration 8.00 p. m.. Talk, 1't.o of)
three f3) arms combined
l'Mday 8.00 u m , Talk. Use of
Tioops In Civil disturbances a 00 a.i
FROM THE TROPICSBBi
TO HEAL US
111 Central America manv imtiv. nr.i
KstherliiKtliuseediiof this plant, (Jed ron
Heed, u rum medicine, thut bus valuable
curullvo powers, Hut few drug stores
curry this seed, owltiB to the high com
of the urllelu.
Tlila roiiulry la liirnu conmimer nf
this eimtly m luruuau It eulers lulu
thu '.niiiuia euUrrli ruiuul), renins,
ndcllhu world uvur.
Mil AND MHS .1. MOIITON UKKIS
are spending a few days at the Vol
cano. ALI.ICN JAKOint and Mrs Jaeger
will leave oil thu Wllhclmlim for the
.MHS K I. AUSTIN Is III Komi, vls
Itlm; with lur daughter. Mrs. Albert
.1. II. JACKSON, of Vancouver. II.
('., has returned to his houiu after
home time Bpcut In thu Islunds as a
J fl Cf.AHKSON was un urrlvnl to
iluy from San lYuncIsm lie Is un ur
ehlteelurul draftsman In the navy and
will be attached to the local station.
MISS OltAUlK LIST will lie u dem
onstrator for llenson, Smith & Co. next
week She will s to Australia, eon
tinning her world trip, on June M, sail
ing on the Muriiina,
Jilt. AND MHS. KDWA1U) CUDAHY
are booked to depart on tho Wllhel
mlmi. Mr. Cuduhy Is the son of the
lute Michael Cuduhy, nnd Mrs. Cu
duhy, was Miss Nora Ilrewer.
M. UHASCIl, of Whitney & Marsh,
expects to leave Boon on u combined
business and pleasure trip, taking the
annual journey to New York to Ret
thu latest for tho big store here.
IllIUII COKK and Kddle Douthltt
ure now becing the "(Ireat White
Way" In New York. They liuve lln
Uhed their Inspection of the oil fields
In which the Cokes lire Interested.
xrAJ. aixmai: a uunoan, second
Infantry, was uu arrival ut Honolulu
today by the Hlieridun, and will pro
ceed to SLholleld llarrac'ks, where the
two luittolloiiH of the regiment lire sta
tioned. ("APT PIlANIv II. i:i)WAUnS, eon
stl acting quartermaster, expects to
ha the building" ut Fort lluuer com
pleted long- before tho llrst nf the year
Ho Is one ot the gl latest hllstleis lu
II J HIDNI2Y. who hns been repre
senting the Hchncht automobile in Ho
nolulu for over u month, lot t on the
Honolulu!! for the Coast He will le
turn on the same vessel after a busi
ness tilp to f.os Angeles
(APT JAMDS C ItHIIA. Seventh
f'avalry. Is on his wuy to the Philip
pines by the Sheridan Captain Illicit
will be stationed at Port McKlnley.
near Manila, nnd kids he Is ghul lo be
going to the Islands again
A general strike of wnikliigincn was
begun ut Mum, Peru, in siiiputhy
wllh Hie empn)es uf a fncliny who
me out us the result of a dispute with
thu miimiKcmeiil The authorities
Piomplly nrileinl all the saloons of
the eilv closed mill Hie polite iaii
Week 1 1 llullcllu II prr irur. 1
An echo of thosn stirring iljys with
tin- I'm Hie Coast steamship Senator
liovi ring off the port, uuultlng u large
shipimiit of plantation labor, und live
ly times along tlie watirfront. with Its
heavy guard of police ottlcluls trying
to get a Hue on a doreit or more al
leged violators of the nevviy-passed Im
migration laws, wus awakened this
morning by the culling of the names of
(1 A Mcl'.lilovvney, Captain Frederick
C Miller, KiiHiiml, T llallatzar, Alva
rado, Yaniasiikl, Salto and PYunl; II.
Craig at District Magistrate .Mons.ir
rat's court tills morning.
These. It will be remembered, were
placed under arrest for alleged viola
tion of laws pertaining to the aiding
and abetting or soliciting laborers from
Island plantations or employment.
Tho new law hastily Introduced In
tho last Legislature Is now being test
ed regarding Its constitutionality A
decision has not yet come from the
Judge Monsurrat, upon suggestion of
the prosecution, moved tho cases ovir
for one more week.
"Mamma, who Is 'at funnv man!"
"Thnt, my child, s n( policeman,"
"Whv does ho frow out his tiiinmv?"
"Hush, child' Ho thinks that Is his
There Is one mill In MlnnoipolU
which funis out botvyeen 17,000 ami
18,000 barrels of Hour each day
Have Your Watch
A watch will run without oil or
denning longir than any other
piece of mucliluery -but It needs
if ou will consider that the
rim of the balance wheil tiavels
over llftccu, miles a das, you will
not griidgu your watch u stuck
of oil and a ileaulug once a eur
It will Incieuso the life ami ac
cumo of iiiii' vvuti h Leave
jour vvatih with as today
Ii. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,