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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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. JUNE 3, 191 1
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One of the funny things of tlin Slto
Shifters' campaign Is the ileclarutlon
of their organ that they "have endonv-
l orcil to he fiilr In their campaign." If
' the Site Shifters are to he Judged by
the ileliherate misrepresentation mndo
by their organ, It la onl fair to Btuto
that they hnvo made a mighty had
mess of their Btruggo.
i ' h HULUNb UKUNANLt.
I'.iss the building ordinance.
That Is what 1 expected of tho
Hoard of Supervisors for the City and
Vt County of llnnolulii.
Of courso there are objections to
tho proponed ordinance. There, aro
always objections and always will bn
objections to anything that Is pro
grrsBive In thin town
If tho Supervisors expect to pass n
Is building ordinance that will suit ev
er one, they will keep on eliminating
' and eliminating, to meet objections,
. nnd nt the end of eliminations that
futlsfy everyone they will llml that
they havo no ordinanco.
And when further dclaj's aro asked,
,ls It not true that the public has
been hounding and criticising tho
Supervisors on account of tho delays
' that havo already marked the way of
Jt tho proposed ordinance.
Keep on delaying, and every nook
nnd corner of this city will be decor-
fated wltli unsightly and Insanitary
'BhackB, and tho citizens who havo a
, degreo of pride for tho appearaucn
f and tho health of the city will be
i forced to watch this thing go on un
able to check It all on account of tho
JMuck of n building onlinauce.
I'asa tho building ordinance gentlc-
ft. It may not be perfect. No one o
ff pcctB a new law applied for tho first
Rtlmo In this hectlon of tho world to
jSbo without souio minor defects, some
JSjfaultH that can he corrected
Hut If you wait, there will bn no
f ordinance to correct and no means
6. of correcting tho evils of rotten house
"Wnlf" la u1i:it llinv orlml tvhnn lltn
"'present local government law mas bo-
vjfforo tho law-making body.
ir they had waited till all thoso
"difficult points of law" wero iin-
Uanglcd to suit tho objectors, the city
of Honolulu would have waited till
jtlio reincarnation of tho present gen-
icratlon for a local government.
One of tho worst dangers that
"threatens local self government In
Rthcso Islands today ,1s Just what Is
K found In this building ordinanco
jgMlscusslon Intcrmlnahla lulk and
L nothing done
4 Tho present Hoard of Supervisors
f wero elected by a Progressive party
ji, to socuro I'rogrebsivo results!
R Pass tho building ordinance.
mnjorlty bo Democratic or Republi
can to assure appropriations that
will speedily supply money as needed
for the completion of tho building.
Site Shifters may turn and twist
nnd explain, nnd try to raise a dust
In some new direction to distract pub
lic attention as they please, but they
cannot chntigo tho fact that they aro
solely responsible for the delay of tho
Federal building, and thereby block
ading tho advancement of tho city of
Naturally the people of this city
are ngnlnst such activities. And no
one knows better than tho Delegnlo
to Congress that especially the Ha
waiian Rlgners were tricked Into plac
ing their names on the petition oppos
ing tho Federal building silo as al
ready sqlected nnd for tho major por
tion of which tho money has been
If ou believe In measures and tho
expenditure of lVderal money for tho
progress of Honolulu, you cannot lo
otherwise than support the law ns It
now appears on tho stnltito hooks nnd
hasten tho expenditure of money ap
propriated but not expended on nc
eount of tho gamo of tho Slto Shifters.
FOR THE PROGRESS OF HONOLULU
Certainly no upologlcs aro duo tho
Slto Shifters from tho citizens en
gaged In protecting Honolulu from
tho nefarious gamo of opening up and
thereby Interminably delaying the
erection of the federal building us
dliected by tho net of Congress
t Tho petition now In circulation by
tho NUppnrlcrs of tho Federal building
1 slto already decided upon by tho Unit-
j,,cd Slates government Is primarily n
protest against tho hnld-up to which
tho piogross of this city Is being sub
jected by n few private Interests.
' ClalniH by the site Shifters Hint
thcy I'an gain a speedy settlement of
the Federal building i obstruction
tho silo Is determined Is a farce, not
n delusion beoniiMi Hie inlxropriisoiitii
tlon Is too raw With tho prnporly
roildgnilieil (is ruddied, the inimtrur
tlon (if the lilllldlUK could begin till
milllutely, nnd Hie linimslly of tho
KcjiIpixI departments In Honolulu U it
uUlcleiit uliilin upon Urn IiiuIimhih
mJgiHvIll of HfllHrMHt- wtnahvr thu
THAT BOND ATTORNEY
Governor Kronr may not under
stand the basis of the general crit
icism following tho employment of nn
attorney at $1000 per month and ex
penses, to accompany tho Territorial
Treasurer on bis mission of floating
the now Issuo of public works bonds.
Tho nverngo citizens have watched
bond flotations by tho present unit
Thoso nverngo citizens, havo ob
served that tho legal opinion of par
ticular value In tho Now York market
wns Hint of bond specialists. It has
not always been necessary to send a
Honolulu lawyer at an additional ex
pense to point tho way for theso legal
specialists of Now York. And tho
general public docs not believe Hint
tho expense was entirely necessary
on this occasion.
Mr. Hemenwny Is gcncrnlly liked.
So well liked, Indeed, Hint many hes
itate to stato their real opinion of his
employment by tho Government be
cause It might appear us a personal
criticism of him.
Tho gist of It Is that the general
public feel that tho additional attor
ney employed In this matter was a
dispensation of patronage rather than
a public necessity.
If this Is a gross misunderstanding
of tho facts, tho Governor no doubt Is
willing to bear tho burden with Hint
martyr-llko humility for which ho has
become somcvvhnt noted when doing
things which do'not meet general np-proval.
i Home For Sale
A splendid S-room house. New, mod
ern plumbing) 2 bedroomi) large bear
ing fruit trees' in yard. Ii near 6th
avenue, and but a short dlitance from
Price is $1250
Lots For Sale Palama
Fourteen lots In Palama, Prices run .
from $200 per lot to $62f.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Near Wylllo St.... 130 per month
Mnklki District. . . .175 per month
Upper Fort St., uno
block from Nuti
aii u car JC0 per month
All very desirable residences
und completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Tho semi-annual meeting of tho
Chinese Athletic Union wl bo held
tomorrow evening In tho Mu Hock
Hall at fi:30 o'clock. Election of now
officers for tho organization will tnko
place In this meeting, und tho pres
ence of all tho members of tho C. A.
U. Is requested.
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
Wonderful Praiso Accorded
Porunatho Household Romody
Mrs. Maria Goertz, Orlonta, Okla
"My husband, children anil myself
havo used your mcdiclnea, and we al
ways kcop. them In the houao In caie of
necessity. I was restorod to health by
this medicine, and Dr. IUrtman's In
valuable advice and booki. People ask
about mo from different placos, and are
urprlicd that I can do all of my houno
work alone, and that I waa cured by tho
doctor of chronlo catarrh. My husband
was cured of anthrna, my daughter of
earache ami catarrh of the. stomach, anil
my son of catarrh of tho throat. When
I was nick I weluhcxl 100 pounds now I
"I havu regal nod my health again, ami
I cannot lliuuk jrim miuugh for your
tulrleu, May Hod glvu you u ouu f
Mid bltm your work,"
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Two Illeriot monoplanes nnd one Cur
Hsh biplane urn being carried by the
blrdmen, the French aviator using tho
monoplanes and Walker tho Curtlss
It lias been practically arranged with
Manager Love, who Is promoting the
meets here, that Walker goes to Hlio
by the Maunu Ken Tuesday for n Might
there on Kiimeliamelia Day, and Mas
eon remains In Honolulu.
The dates for the Honolulu flights
are set as two weeks from today and
tomorrow, and after these flights for
tho Honolulu public the aviators will
go to Illelma to fly for tho army.
At Lcllelum the flights will bo for
the urmy alone, us thcro Is no way by
which un admission could bo charged
at a government rcurvntlon, so tho ex
hibition there will likely bo held early
In tho morning.
For Inttant communication use the
The office is open on Sunday mornings
from eight until ten, and on other days
from eeven In the morning to five
thirty In the afternoon.
Send n dozen to your mainland
friend Place an order that's all. Wo
do the rcstl
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo & Company)
MGR. CURTIS HAS
Returned From Buying Trip
That Gave Splendid
Managor Ueorgu D, Curtis of E
Jordan & Co. returned this morning
from n trip to tho mainland durlnr;
which ho wllh Mrs. Curtis visited
cities of tho Coast, Minneapolis, Chi
cago and Now York. .Whtlo Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis wero nblo to get consid
erable plensuro from tho tour, thu
main purpose of Mr. Curtis was to
look up goods for tho buying public
of Honolulu and tho Islands general
ly. It has already been announced to
the public through tho cablegram
sent by Mr. Curtis to tho nullPtln
that some exceptionally tlno lines
havo been bought for the local trade.
Mr. Curtis' order on this occasion
amounts to moro than forty thousand
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hills and
We have for salo a well-built mod
ern bouse on tho curllnu In College
Hills for 15000.
Let us show you what wo" havo In
tho way of building lots In tho 1'uupueo
Soil and elevation tho best.
Prices und terms liberal.
ID500 buys u house In the Mukllll
district. 0000 siuurn feet of lund, with
an exceptionally well-built house, mod
ern In iivcry particular.
FONT AND MEROIIANT BTItEETI HONOLULU, T, II,
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 line bargains in
Table Linen, Napkins,
Towels, and White Lawns
Sale will be continued until goods are all sold.
"I got to tho buying centers nj a
very favorable time," said Mr, Curtis
this morning. "Ab n matter of fact
business on thu mainland Is rather
dull at the piesent time. There Is
no good reabon for It. Tho crops
promise well and there Beems to bo
plenty of monoy, but thcro Is bo much
politics just now that tho buyers aro
holding off to seo what will happen
in Congress and out In San Kranclsco
they don't want to do anything till
they Know where the fair grounds
will ho located
"Tho icsult Is that tho wholesalers
wio ordinarily at (his I lino of c.ir
aro overrun with mainland order-)
nro not rallied. They wero glnd to
bco a buyer from Honolulu and whit's
mora willing to give hlin good fig-
We arc now showing a
gun metal pump, with
leather necktie how and
medium Cuban heels. The
most dressy men's slipper
Also a patent kid tie
pump, with square silk how.
Hoth of these are strong
favorites for dinner, card
party, theater and evening
Prices, $l.OO and $L.5()
flTInerny Shoe Store
"Kor this leason I was nblo to b
well ami also to get tho latest bihii
mor styles. Tho goods were In tho
market so Hut tho Honolulu man
oniihl get them right. Ho wo shall
havo some very Interesting and sat
isfactory announcements to mako In
tho very near future,"
Speaking of San Kranclsco, Mr.
Curtis h.i M that tho location of tho
full' grounds being undecided Is hold
ing business In check quite a good
deal, Tho slto Is not likely to bo set
tled till after the election, Hut when
tho dirt does begin to fly buslnciis
will boom ami no doubt about It.
fQ$)'t ' "
Have Your Watch
A wntch will run without oil or
cleaning longer than any other
pleco of machinery but It needs
ft you will consider that tho
rim of tho balance wheel travels
over fifteen miles u day, you will
not grudRo your watch a speck
of oil nuil ii cleaning unco a year.
It will Increase tho llfn und no
curaey of your watch l,eavu
your watch with us toduy.
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,