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!K' 14 EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY, JUNE 1, 1911.
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SITE SHIFTING A11SREPRESENTATI0NS.
Deliberate misrepresentation and btmcomb continue to
constitute tho warp and woof of the Site Shifters' campaign,
as .expressed by the morning organ.
By the last mail from Washington, the Governor received
a letter from the secretary to the Delegate to Congress in
which the writer reported the suggestion of the Attorney
General, of amending the law "so that a Supreme Court jus
tice might sit as judge of the Federal Court in cases where
the Federal judges are disqualified.
The whole drift of the Attorney General's attitude as ex
pressed in Mr. McClellan's letter is toward hastening the
condemnation for the purchase of the enlarged Mahuka
site, as directed by act of Congress.
Site Shifters try to shift the meaning of the letter into an
expression in favor of site shifting and of the Irwin site.
They misrepresent the whole situation in this instance as
they have in every other.
If there were a fair degree of honesty, and a fair response
to general public sentiment among the 'site shifters the
whole Mahuka site question could be settled inside of three
months. We should know the value of the property that
these people so hate to have brought to the point of honest
If it is not settled in that time, the cause will be the
self-seeking and community-blocking private interests that
arc using' every effort of their own and bringing to bear
every political trick of misrepresentation and technical legal
delay to defeat not only the law of Congress but the many-times-expressed
sentiment of the people of this city.
Mr. Wickersham sees that Congress will promptly pass a
law that will facilitate carrying out the direction contained
in a previous act of Congress. But Congress may be de
ponded upon to go very slowly in amending a law that will
change a Federal building site already purchased and for
which additional area is ordered condemned. The reply of
the Site Shifters to the suggestion of the Attorney General
is a misrepresentation of their own standing, and the threat
that they can keep the condemnation case in the court for
months' that will finally stretch out to years.
It is about time to call a spado a spade in this Federal
The whole site shifting game is one of trying to exhaust
the patience of the people till they will throw up their hands
in disgust. It is a hold-up.
But tho people will refuse to be held up.
Don't think for a moment that Honolulu citizens who
have declared and re-dcclarcd for the Mahuka site will be
tricked out of what Congress has given in response to their
requests, by a campaign that is consistent only in its su
preme selfishness, its lack of public spirit and its attempted
misrepresentation of what goes on here and in Washington.
This community would indeed show itself to be as mutt
minded as the site shifter petition manipulators if it replied
to a practical suggestion of the Attorney General, for hast
ening the satisfaction of an act of Congress, by asking for
a Congressional act that would defeat the wishes of the
people and be flagrant bad faith on the part of the Govern
ment. Tho now era for Honolulu will bo He Instruction lias every reason to
too speedy for any hobble skirt pro-
TIio game down In Moxlcn is not
liver, lint Uioy have taken Din!', out of
If they worn Japanese Instead of
Mexicans Imlow tlit lino, what n tlino
It. Pearson Ilobsnn would liavol
'(JiiltB ii while has nliendy been nc -
entiled In talking about It. Isn't Ut,:""' "'""" immmiions am 10
about time in begin cleaning up tho ! WP'. ', , "'" '"" "'""'a 't wen.
Thn trail of tho mnsipiltn l the.
trail of dentli. Then why under tho
inn should the mosquito lm allowed
lo live In this city.
Tim commit Inn event Is to lie a
Hi "ill prnmiitloii Mu ii I looked ut from
n Oolhirti iiiul cunts view Hut It Is
mil' they Imtilly wish In ruputtt very
Ai mi Ho!na)lna Imvn tn lm iiihiIi) on
(lm jHilitry iimiiii, lm Honnl of I'lit)'
Pel 11 Montai ,,,9 ,flu
Per Vcat, anyvrhcieln U.S I.ihi
Pr Year anywhere u Canada. I.rin
Pet Year natuM.lol!tn U.ivo
Sfitered al the Poitofliro at Honolulu
a arcund.rlaM mailer
.JUNE 1, 1911
no place in a binvo man's
demand cilleloney In all departments
of Its sorvlco.
Why not he honest mid lot tho con
demnation proceedings no forward In
the milliner Hint will luiston n fnlr
valuation of Hie .Mahuka silo oxtnn
slon that la Involved.
Tho sucroso pessimist In being
I "" """""' "' "'" 'i'ri "
I S'BlaTfhll' Itaatata.j-i.l lima 4 1 . ... -- ul il...l
.nun,"- !' ui' u iiiiiu iiuiillnlll .
r No better aid to sanitation prORicsn
1 lias yet been suggested than Clialr
l man Curler of thn Sanitation Com-
mission In chargn of 11 series of "see.
Iiik Honolulu" tours for lmnlncmi.
U'lillo limy are Investigating, why
don't thn iiieiiiheiH of ('oiiki'i'sh rail
JuiIIl'M of Hid Hiiprciim I'ourl In tes
tify from wlmt turPoiiiiloiiH limy re-
Jwlval tem rovluiia In nra'ptlin, (if-
UtHA"! U Jieinii,
Kaimuki Home For Sale
A splendid 5-room home. New, mod.
rrn plumbing) 2 bedroom'large bear
ing fruit trees in yard. Is near Gth
nvenue, and but n short distance from
Lots For Sale Palama
Fourteen lots In
from $200 per lot
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
WR have FOR
furnished houses in
and Nuuanu Dis
tricts, lor from tliree
to six months.
These aro choice residences and
Vill be rented at a reasonable
figure to anyone who will take
good care of the property.
BishopTrust Co., Ltd.
The Dovcrntnont of tho United
Hlnles Is doing Its utmost to glvn Ho
nolulu a Federal building. TIio Situ
Shifters nro tho gentlemen who are
holding up tho progress of Honolulu
at the present time.
Hawaii bought more goods by n
million dollars during tho nine months
ending with Match 11)11 than for tho
tame period of Hill). Yet thero aro
lots of people of tho mainland who
don't know that there's even u mar
ket In Hawaii.
Chairman Carter says Honolulu
must decide. If Honolulu goes ut 1.
the way Carter Is dealing with tho
Mnliuka silo and Mghtfnot is tackling
tho Hoard of Health harbor legula
ttons, It may talk a whole lot, but
never get anywhere.
If you are olio of thn men who
reads of what tho Sanitation Commis
sion llnds and then says It Is none of
jour particular business, jou can put
youruelf down as one of the things
that Honolulu has to drag along, and
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hills and
We have for Halo n well-built mod
ern house on tho carllno in Colleen
Hills for J5000.
I.i I us show you what wo have In
the way of building lots In the I'uupiieo
, Boll nnil elevntlon tho best.
Trices mid terms liberal.
inr.nn buys n house Ii) Hin Makiki
district, unno Kipiare feet of laud, with
nn exceptionally well-lmlll house, mod
ern In every p.trllcul.ir
F0IIT AND MERCHANT BTUEETI nONOlUUT, T. II,
Palama. Prices run
to $025. ,,
For instant communication uso the
The-officels open on Sunday mornings
from eight' until ten, and on other days
from seven in the morning to five
thirty In the afternoon.
Send n down to your mainland
friend, plncv mi order that's nil. Wo
do tho rent I
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells. 1'iirgii & Company)
scoro tirogresshe results In splto of
If tho Attorney General did not con
sider nn ait of Congress binding on
tho oilleerH of tho (ovcrnmeut, he
might hesltato about sending .lodge
Dole back to his duties at the expira
tion of his leave of absence. Hut
Wlckershnui does not hesitate. Ho
orders that tho court proceed with
IIiIk Work Willi nil posslhlo haste.
When It .wns proposed lo turn tho
water works ovor to tho city admin
istration, tho objection wns nudo
that the policy of developing nml
handling would be too frequently i
changed. Now tho Territory no soon-1
or provides for tho expenditure of ad- (
dltlonal sums to develop tho gravity
system, than tho proposal Is made In
loud ami stroniious terms that grav
ity water Is worse than useless oxcept
to create electric power for draining
tho aitestan system. The Territorial
iiollev can bo reckoned ns chanued on
an average of onco n week. Tho city
and county couldn't do worse.
31S5 editorial rooms 2250
litislncss office. These nro the tele
phone niiiulirrs of tho llulletln.
Goods Marked at, Cost Prices
Our Store was flooded by three inches of water Friday night last.
"Something of Everything" in the Store was damaged, or partially
damaged, by the water,
All Goods damaged by water are on Sale at
Better than Bargain Prices
Thousands of Dollars Worth of Goods still in
stock. Some specially fine bargains in
Table Linen, Napkins,
Towels, and White Lawns
Sale will be continued until goods are all sold.
A. KB. Will
Stockholders of Mcllrydo Sugar
Company held a special meeting this
morning to pel lie some; details of tiio
million-dollar preferred stock Issue
decided upon tome tlmo ago.' Tho I
niceilng was hold at tho offices cf
Alexander & Knldwln and as most of,
tho details had been practically agreed I
upon beforehand, was more than u
manor oi lon.i man anyiunis eiso.
Tho arrangements nimlo were along
tho lino as previously Indicted in thoi
Hullo tin. An iimendmciit to tho,
agency contract between Alexander &
llnldwlu nnd tho ' Mcllrydo Sugar
Company wns agreed upon, giving
either pally tho right to c.incel t ho
agency agreement nism six lnotillw'
notice. The plan of n salo of preferr
ed stock to Alexander & llnldwlu was
also decided, Alexander & Hahlwin
diking $100,000 of tho mllllon-dyjlar
Isisuo. Tho company tnkes tho stock
upoif tho condition thnt tho remain
tUir of the Issue lie disposed of, Mc
llrydo management being given until
the end of tho present year to ncgo
tlato tho snlo of tho rest.
tniiihleu of the Kallhlwaona
aio to be coniilileiod ut the'
liicetlug of tho Coiiiinlsbionors ol Pub
lie liu.iriii'iliMi which Is sehodiiloil in
conwun Hutiirihiv morning Hupuiln
liniieiii popo'H nltciilhin was Hist
drawn In tho illlllciilllits In tho nc.luml
Whin ho iecUed a . Iter from Mlk.jiif Hid Hinder wuifn Ahmii lutloii,
VJU ' Hull In which alio Hindu a mini-! which wns funned during llu sttil.e
bur ur wiwi'u lililrlHiipt upnii iho ml. purlin!, will n-liiili In lluwnll In llm
nilnUlliilhu iiblllllwt of 'iliiui,.)iHHir.fililo.
Cox. Lack of discipline and Irregular
promotion nro two of tho reason given
by Mrs. Hall for wishing to leave Ku
llhlwaenn. It Is claimed that tho children aro
iinsubordlnato at will and that tho cir
culation of Improper pictures, tho
using of bad langungo nml smoking
about tho school promises nro com
mon occurrences with which tho prin
cipal has been unable to cope.
I Tho learners who nro declared to
wish to lente tho school aro Mrs
Hull, Mrs. Ia-o, Mrs.' Coulter, Mrs.
Mann, Miss SchcIHor, Miss dcr'.z,
Ollvo Horner and Elizabeth Heen.
Inspector Gibson Is preparing a re
port on the school for pieseutatlou t)
, ,,, Conm,EgOIlorH Saturday.
i . -
Kndorsenients for positions as mem
bers of tho tax appeals courts of the
various Islands wero niado yostnrdny
iifturiioon by thn Republican territor
ial executive commltteu .Three) wero
named for Onhii nml tun for Hawaii.
Two inoro for Hawaii tiro to bo nnmcil
Those endorsed for tho Oahu board
wero II. von Daiuin, Theo. V. Uinslng
nml I.. C. Abies. This Is for tho first
For the third Judicial circuit, tho
j Komi 'section of Hawaii, (leorgo P.
Tiilloeli uml It. Yviihsmnn were named.
The Illlo-IIaimikuii hcctlnli, or fourth
circuit, will ho taken up next Satur
day. Kauai, the llfth circuit, and Maul,
ii,,, second circuit, will not ho con
sidered, as mi tax appeals have been
niado In cither niM).
II Is re hi lied Hint (1. Nogum and H.
TliP.lkll. Will) Weill iiiiIiiiiu the lenders
K. U. Hull & Bon, Ltd., was tn have
held Its annual meeting yesterday af
ternoon, but tho meeting wus post
poned nnd will bo held on call later.
Some reports woro not complete.
Klectlon of oidcers will bo held at
tho postponed meeting.
a am a
MHS. C. F. McWIM-lAMS, tho wlfo
of tho general passenger nnd freight
ugent for tho Great Northern Steam
ship Company In tho Par Knst, Is it
through passenger In tho Japanese
liner Tcnyo Marit.
' a an i
CAPTAIN G. K. BUMMtiltl.IN, con
nected with tho American KmbiisHy at
Tokyo, Japan, Is n through passenger
In tho Tcnyo Mnru, bound for tho
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If you will consider that the
rllll of tho Imhiuco wheel trnvelH
over llftecu miles u day, you will
lint Kruduo your watch u Hi"i:k
of oil and n cleaning niicu a year.'
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curacy of your watch. I.i'uve
your watch with us today.
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