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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
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MONDAY JUNE 6, 1911
If Wees were profitable the ilrtu
tint mini would lie the xlnnir.- Ilacoti.
About nil HoUtcIn can suy now la
(lint lio wishes lio Imil nut said It.
11188 the building onllnnncc. Hono
lulu linn been too long tho victim of
College, men having tnken to bnl
lonnlng, football will now be reckoned
its child's piny.
tiovcrnor Woodrow Wilson Is pre
pared to not only mount tho band
wagon, but also lend tlio music.
In coronntlon affairs Knglnnd will
never nxperlenco the fun of lighting
for the city In which It Is to be held.
Don't wult until Juno 24 to clenn
up. Do It now so Hint you can loll
back and wntcli the other fellow perspire.
Tho future world's peace would
Bccm in bo In tho hands of tho boy
scouts mid tho women Instead of the
It does "beat tho bnnd" how sumo
of nur otherwise good citizens act its
If this Territory wcro run of, by and
for tho itllen.
If President Taft wiiujs a second
term, why should any Republican In
Hawaii say liliu nay? Aid what will
tho liovernor do to help?
Organized effort for a clean city
will count. It Is not posslblo to over
estimate tho results of snrh work.
Organization will do what tho Indi
One of the first aids lo sanitation
consists In squirting u littlo coat nil
or crude oil on that stiiRnant water.
It forms a barrier that no wlgglcr can
pass mid live.
Slnco a bulldliiR ordinance is ono of
tho necessities of n clean city not sub
Jcct to port quarantines', why should
there bo any furthor delays In passing
Vhen busy Honolulu Is also clean
and protected iiRalnst tho probability
of port quarantine, the town will prow
no rapidly flint you can't bco It for
After tho editor of tho Midget Rot
through with him, tipenker llolsteln
must hnvo felt sometbliiR llko the lady
scantily clad who wished to board n
street car to Rot some cover.
A Methodist bishop says that ed
itors should hnvo a code of ethics
slmllur to Hint of tho Inwyers und doc
InrR. Not on your life! Tho editors
will tako no back steps, l'rofotplonal
pride nnd self respect forbids It!
That educational Institution Is tho
most successful which can rcoro
anions the members of Its graduating
class the InrRcst number of workers.
Kdlicutlnn Is nlmost it-wnato of iinorRy
unless It has Instilled In the character
of tho boy and Rlrl n love for nnd de
termination to work.
President Taft says thai) the Inter
ests and the Trusts are opposing tho
Canadian reciprocity treuty. Tho nth
ur fellow says that tho Inlorests and
IIhi Trusts are urging I ho measure
so.lhnt they may make money nut of
IIkj poor farmer. NothliiR remains
bill In pnss the reciprocity treaty nnd
(Mat over who Is tolling tho truth. ,
Hliotild n yollow.fiivnr mnnqull(i lly
up l''nrt street after arriving on ii
sltiHiiinr fioin Cum ml America, people
wlui iippiixii or urn Indifferent In tho
building nnlliiiiiiin mid nther iihiih
nr nr inouiitiioii would "imiiur ttiuir
IiimiIs n" niltltilsliiK llin pulillu nill.
nap mul Hid i-niniiiiinliy nehnri)y for
mil IiiiiIiik "''M 1'ifiiH'. 'Htii nub'
jiiaiHMlfi' nf Mty l, In iwm ihn
UlBMll'4 llwl HllmlNjIlP Him HjUF
It has always been necessary for
the law-abiding citizens to support
nnd defend law nnd order. When the
law of Congress nnd the orders of
department odlclals are assailed, It Is
not only natural but proper that tho
law-abiding citizens of Honolulu
should come forwnrd to show that tho
opposition to the nets of tho Federal
government Is not nn expression of
general public sentiment In Honolulu,
despite tho fnct that such opposition
has become vory much of a habit In
EXPERTS ANDJTHE THREE R'S.
Commissioner Stanley is reported
to bo In fnvor of teaching moro of tho
"thrco It's" In the public schools.
As Mr. Stanley Is n member of tho
Hoard of Public Instruction and being
supposed to hnvo expert knowledge- of
school curriculum;) and administra
tion, ho Is necessarily ucenjited as one
speaking with authority.
Hut thero is nnothcr phnso to this
question of the "threo It's."
If the public school teachers of tho
United Stntes had during the Inst fifty
years, listened to tho complaints of
the pcnplo who wanted tho old meth
ods followed, there would hnvo been
no such thing us progress In educn
tlon. All tho advancement In science.
the application of "book learning" to
ll-.e prnctlenl affairs of llfo, would not
Imyo been accomplished. Tho farmer
would still bo a plugRer who "stuck
the seed In tho ground" nnd trusted
to luck that It would Rrow. The nv
criiRo man would styi leavo tho clo
montary observation and knowledge
of the things, around him with which
he Is In dally contact "to them edlctt-
cd teller," becauso this nverngo man,
when n school boy, had his noso hold
In Hie Headln', Ullln' and 'nillinioltr
nnd wasn't botlmrod with hlfaliitln'
notions nbnut observation In elcmont-a.-y
plant nnd nnlmal life.
In theso proRi'csslvo day.i tho
course of study In, tho public tchonls
Is to Iho nverngo man n Rood det'l llko
the 'plo Hint mother used to mako."
What the children get now Is not tho
same as when ho went to school nnd
therefore ho thinks It Is not qulto
On tho wholchnwevcr,' the average
mnn has found that the boys and Rlrls
nf today mako as much progress nnd
aro as well or better equipped than
the boys and girls of bis school days.
They have betler advantages.
This is the result of tho work nf
edtieatlonnl experts and educational
enthusiasts. And since this Is a day
and generation of specialists, It seems
reasonable to bcllovo Hint tho chil
dren nnd the futttro of tho country
aro safe in their hands.
HOLDING UP HONOLULU PROGRESS
It is certain that lawyers re
tained by interests which object
lo part of tho Mahukn slto being
condemned will tako advantugo
of ovory technicality nnd of ev
ery available opportunity to pro
vent the land owned by their cli
ents being quickly taken for Fed
eral purposes, Tho morl) delay
they can sccttro tho better iipj thu
chances of their clients 'retulnlng
tho property which they uro un
willing that the United Htatci
should buy from thoin nnd which
they claim Is worth moro than
th maximum provided by Con
gress out of tho building appro
Coming from thu organ of tho Kilo
Shifters, this allows of no other ion
elusion than Hint the Kltu Shifters mo
rendering nil Hie aid mid commit pos
sible In nn effort in hold up thu prog'
less nf Ihe rlty of Honolulu.
I'lliiheiiiiiiin, Hint Ihn Intel iU inn
IlKlllliiK, pill ur JilMKii, hill fur delay.
M.Hi '( h '"i""' '' n
Tin' titirmiiilliuii) tliliiK nhmit Hip
Miilli'MlliHl iiiinlii in Hie HnuHl nf I'iiIi
Hi' Hull in linn nn thu imu nf ii pnhllu
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
, 1, Has a frontaaa of ICO
, ,t feel on Metealf ttreel
'' v and adjoins land be
longing to College of
'"" Hawaii. The depth la
--..it210'foot. Prlco l..1B00
. 2. Lot on corner of Spencer
iift 'and -Kantolani streets)
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s "206x175. Price $5000
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Near W'ylllc St.... 130 per month
Maklkl District. . . .$75 per month
Upper Tort St., ono
block from Nuu
anil cur 500 per month
All very deslrablo residences
nnd completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Lid.
school house for tho Instruction of
Japanese In tho Japanese language is,
Hint It Bhoiild bo presented with tho
endorsement of biich men us O. II
Clullck, Krnnk Scuddcr, John Gullck,
I'erley I Horno nnd Itov. Dorcmus
Public school houses of this Terri
tory should not bo handed over to any
persons for tho Instruction of uny
aliens In tin alien language, nnd ono
would naturally expect Hint tho men
whoso names woro signed lo tho peti
tion would bo tho first to recognlzo It.
It Is true that tho public school
house, particularly of tho country,
should bo made a center for commun
ity life. Tho school house might well
bo used for community assemblies so
that It Bhnll boconiq moro and moro
n center nf community activities. Hut
lo throw tho school housn open to
open ono means to open nil for tho
purposes of foreign Instruction In n
foreign language lg merely another
hienns of rendering special nld to tho
fnrclKncr.,vhc.nJI,Ulq, onoucli ,s ucl"K
dono by jtjjQor,. 0111,01)71 people.
For Initant communication uia the
The office is open on Sunday mornlngt
from eight until ten', and on other daya
from seven In the morning to five
thirty In the afternoon.
Send n doien to your mainland
frleud. I'laco un order thut's nil. Wo
do the rcstl
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, l'arso & Company)
Has a county attorney and particu
larly a county attorney or Kauai a
constitutional right to place his two
feet upon tho counsel table while the
court Is In session?
This 'is the question that has been
decided iidverscly to S. IC. (Caen, coun
ty attorney nf Klilial, by Judge Charles
Dole, district magistrate of l.lhue.
It seems that Kara put bis feet on
the table while thinking over somo In
tricate question nf law and polities und
Instantly sulTcrcd a flno of IS, Judge
Dole ruled that within Ills Jurisdiction,
at least, feet should remain on the floor,
and as Knco could not produce any
Kauai rases holdlnir the contrary, the
Judgment was levied against him, Ho
has refused to pay nnd Judge Dolo
stntes that lio can not appear In his
court until the lino Is forthcoming.
It Is snld that tho size of the county
attorney's feet' nnd nothing whatever
to do with the court's ruling;
-BULLETIN ADB PAY-
Goods Narked 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.
POLICE AFTER '
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hills and
Vu hnvo for salo a well-built mod
, rrn Iioiimi on tho carllno In College
Hills for ICOOO.
v i.hct us show you -what wo hnvo In '
.tho. way of hulldluK lots In thu l'uupu'co
Holt nnd elevation tho best.
1 i'rlccs und terms liberal. '
15500 buys a house III tho Makllil
district, iiouu h'luuin reel nf laud, with
mi exceptionally well built house, mod
ern In every parllcidur
JOUT AND MKWWANT BTIIKKTU HONOWIUf, T, H,
Sheriff Jnrrelt's men uro out uftur
reckless drivers theso days and bo
foio they complete their cnmpalKu
luviliist careless Jehus they hopo to
fuinlfli it seiles of object Icsboiib In
Unit Kcntry. ,
'A .Japanese und Chinese driver fac
ed JudRo Moiisnrrnt this mornltiK up
on a chtirc.0 of drlvliiB their rcspee
Uvo vehicles on Iho wrong Bldo of tho
JCurh wns nsbessod a flno of flva
dollars and rosls of prosecution.
Tivelvo Japanese, lifter u severe
tutwlc with olllcers connected with the
police department, fulled to put In un
appearance ut the station this morn
Inir. and In consenuenco they nro out
10 ball money put up to Insuro their
prif cneo at JiiiIko Monsarrnt's court.
The men were caiiKht gambllm,', Imv
lnn secured n room In n bulldlni; In
Ihn rear of the old JapancHO theutcr on
Chief of Detectives McDufllo nnd Ills
men located the Kumn yesterday und,
before effectliu? the capturo of thojup
u'nese, had a lively chnse, some of the
Kiunesters tiiklmt to their heels nnd
euterliiK tho udjolnlnir jiremlses.
MeDulllu and his slntt also riilded two
Chinese RiipibllliK Binnes down lower
KliiK ktreet yesterday ovenlnir nnd from
(heir efforts twenty-two Chlneso were
iirrulsned this uioruliiM; upon u chance
or KninldlnK. The defendants decided
to llRht the case, nnd c hkiikciI Attorney
i.'hllliiiKwortti to look iiflcr their In-
jerestM at court. The matter comes tip
for liearliiu louiorrow.
MUST GET ADJUSTED
lir. Vbiun H iiaik, I'omiliUslolier
of tiiitiil:i'iitloii, who ni in mil yealvr
da) fniiii ii In hi Hip In Kiiinil, mild
iiihiii iiiiii ine new iiiiiniwrHius inui
lirrlwil li the IIHelie Mild Weill III lll
I'liilihn IsImiiiI iilv ilulMK Very HhII, NIMl
lluii nil tire mulling hhh h pIslilHlloil
IlllsMnla. TlHti' llltMlHWkMli Ihimimw,
Iwving u Iflllw li'wbli, In uMllimlPK himI II mm In Ihi mw&W
A spark-shootlnB electrical wire nt
tached to u llKht on one of the Iannis
of tho Johnson House, on I'lincbbnwl
street, caused as much excitement mid
alarm a buriiliiK bulldlni; ut 2:30
o'clock this mornliiK. An unusually
strum: current burned out the llRht,
und then the wire begun to shoot
spurks n ilistnuco of twenty feet. The
vputtcrlnR sound of tho electric cur
rent aroused most of the inmates of
tho board liiu-house, mid hurried exits
from tho various rooms were made.
There was a decided reluctance on tho
part of tho early risers to approach
anywhere near tho wire, which was
KlvlniT nn excellent llreworks exhibi
tion. Tho switch connected with the
wlnf could not be located, but finally
one of the men not up cnntudi couniKO
to snap off the wire beforo It had burn
ed to thu celling.
DurlnK the excitement n vnln nt
tempt wns mude to urnuxe someone ut
the electric powcrhnuso und another to
reach Hie lleretnnla street Uro station,
but the oiily electrician In the house,
Jumes Wilcox, who was deeiilnit Just
above the Imrnlmr wire, was forKotten,
und lio was not awakened from his
,j, ,j -i ! !. .? ,j. .t. ., ,. ,t. fo
adjusted In Hie chnuifcil eniiiltioiis,
They have niiide riuiie objections to
Klnrtllilt imi( nt II u'eloek In the inoril
liiu and hiiiMiik until noon, but the
I'miiiiiliisloiicr thinks (Ills ubjuiinii eun
"KhIImI us uitlliil llniU Itself n little
slmil of lubnr, His ilepniiurfN ImvlilV
nutMiwi thu wrrlVHli," wild Dr. (Murk
lishiy -"Hul His IiihIiiki Is not un
liimllc -i Inn.
"I liwMWlw) MHut of Iho ImiiHwlHMil.
It is reported that tho Drennnns, nn
Australian family Interested In vnu
dovlllo ventures, may Invado tho local
Uookcr T. WashlnRton, ncfiro edu
cator nnd head of Tuskcfico institute,
may como lo Honolulu for tho unvoll
ins of tho (Ion. Armstrong memorial.
Customer "In case or I should
decide not lo retain this ring, will
you exchange It Tor something else?"
Jeweller "Young man, It Is a good
deal easier for (n to get another
girl than It would ho for uso to mako
Iho exchange," Life.
Have Your Watch
A wnteh will run without oil or
cleanlni; longer than any other
plecu of machinery but it needs
If you will consider that tho
rim of tho hnlnnco wlieii traveln
over fifteen miles a day, you will
not Krudu'o your watch u speck
(if oil and it cleaning oucu u year.
It will Increuso tho Ufa and ac
curacy of your watch, l.cuvo
your wutch with us today.
Ii F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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