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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
E V ENING BlTIi I7ETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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Stand to your work and be strong.
Halting not in your ways;
Stand to youi woik and bo wise,
Certain of sword and pain,
Yc who arc neither children nor gods.
Gut men in a woilcl of men,
CO-OPERATE FORJCLEAN HONOLULU.
Failure of the Chamber of Commerce trustees to official
ly declare a general business holiday for Saturday week
should by no means dampen the enthusiasm or change the
plans of those public-spirited citizens engaged in the organ
ization of. forces for the "clean-up day."
This paper believes there is no difference of opinion on
the necessity for the work of the "day" and it feels certain
that none cf the business houses will refuse to allow their
employes to absent themselves in order to take part in any
detail where they can be community-useful under the direc
tion of the Improvement Committee cooperating with the
Keep up the good work and carry it to completion.
It will not be necessary to "declare" a holiday to secure
the workers needed from early morning until late at night of
the date selected for the clean-up.
Cooperation and ready response to the committee re
quests for workers will carry the enterprise through in
a manner that will satisfy the objection of those who don't
like formal holidays but are nevertheless fully in sympathy
and will cooperate to promote community work.
; IVihupt lVi'.ir I'lmsoU would HIio
lo havo un American from tlio main
land Tor the (iovcrnnr or Hawaii.
J. 1 Moifisin Iiiik gotio 'to nttcml
ihe roionntion. There Ie Just n pos
sibility that he may buy tho whole
It Ir noticed Unit the coming u ill m
weather lessens church attendance.
Funny It nocr afflicts tho Knit IIuKb
tlio came way.
Tho Ixirinier owe has renuniil tho
stngo whero tlicro la no "mlddlo
Kronnil." Everybody Is expected to
cither swear by him or at liiin.
Mr. Cnrncglo teHtllled that ho did
not know anything about tho steel
business. A Blanco at tlio newspapers
of the country will put him wlso.
. By follow lng up tlio proceedings of
the United States courtB very care
fully, those hankering for nil Insight
Into business methods will get It with'
Honolulu has lots of money. Hut
I he number of dollars Is by no means
larger than tho opportunities for mak
ing prom.iblo Investments In homo
' It luki's a iiaturnllreil citizen to ills
coier time It Is well to send men
abroad to rl.ow outside, r (lint Amer
icans aro j.tat as good in tlui people
of any other nation.
Well done, Supenlsors. Tho build
ing ordlnanco represents progress
mid tho facts of tho good work dnno
cannot bo (Unpolled by a whlno fiom
tlio united order of Mutts.
Thcro will bo a monster gallieilnc
of lighting machines In Kiigllsh wat
ers during tlio coronation, but Iho U.
0. H. Doluwnro will bo tho bljgnct toad
in tho puddle just tlio same.
A Marylund paper says: "Oppor
tunity Is pounding at Daltlmnre's front
door with a sledgohnmmer." A city
whoso front door lias to bo besieged
In that manner Is not worthy of tho
Sign tho building ordlnanco, Mr.
Mnyor. flood government nnd good
laws nro good politics. This Is no
lime to ijlnv tlddlfwlnks and bring the
selfish moiiey-gottlng Interest to tho
front as the controlling factqr-
ntmri t lh. PttnTM.e M llotMw.lfl
.A KnnnttrUftl tntllrf
.JUNE 15, 1011
Honolulu rent cstato Is limited. Tho
number of people who will uiinio hoio
as transient and permanent resident:
la unlimited. So tho openings for
prolltablo Investment could not bo but
ter anywhero than In Honolulu.
Senator llrlstow's plan of reducing
tho tariff on Biigar Is by -no means
new. !t Is ono of tho old plans for
breaking down tho policy of promo
tion and destroying ono of tho coun-
tiy's chief sources of revenue, and
.Mayor Fern may bo nblo to trig
tlio wheels for a tlmo but ho cannot
plop tho progressiva legislation of tho
Hoard of Supervisors us represented
In tho building nnllnanro, This ord
inance will becomo law, nnd" It will
then remain for Its opponents to stop
Into (ho open and display themselves.
No other Issue is at stako In tho
Federal building silo than whether
selllsh Interest shall ho allowed to
hold up Honolulu nnd defeat tho old
er of Congress. To lldillo around oth
er alleged phases Is merely a clumsy
attempt to befog facts nnd help tho
highwaymen to operate mnio under
Ix't It bo presumed that tho Cham
ber of Comnierco trustcos nro not In
dllTereiit to killing off tho mosquito
Therefore it Is s.tfo to assiimo Hint
eiery business houso represented in
tlio Chamber of Commerce will allow
cory unployo In its service to de
voto tho wholo of "ejean-up day" to
public work. If ho Is needed.
Judgo Dolo Is tho typo of pub
lic nmn abroad of whom Hawaii
should hnvo ovnry leason to bo
pi oud. Whorover ho may bo,
Judgo Dolo enn not fall to create
tho Impression that America
breeds men ns polished, as court
ly, as learned nnd with us high
Ideals us any country on earth.
Great Jumping Jehnscplintl
Ing Yet, n Chlneso chicken thief Is
In custody. He was arrested by Chief
McDufllo, Who Is Investigating certain
evidence which may eventually lead
to tho conviction or tlio Chinaman
lng Yet has a dog which Is said to
havo helped him In stealing chickens
nnd other things.
The Bulletin Illustrated speclil
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as It deicrlbei and pictures the
land you live In or are visiting.
fJ.Hilfc'.ki.. ..! ......
A City Home-$5000
A mll lot with well-built, attractive
hour.?. Servants' quarters) concrete
sidewalk. House hat modern Improve
ments, neighborhood It of the beat.
Good view. Lunalllo street. Terms If
desired. Price $5000,
Neir Wyllle Bt....5Upcr nionlli
Mnklkl District. . . .$ "5 per mouth
Upper Foit'St., ono
block from Nuu
anu cur !G0 per mouth
All very deslrnblo" residences
nnd completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Send a dozen to your mainland
friend. I'laco1 un order that's1 ull. Wo
dp tlie rest I
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Kirgo & Company)
hi Hill AND FREAR
Killior i: von lug Bulletin:
Clmcrnur Froar, tlio "Adveitlscr'' nnd
many repicentlug tlio Interests seem
to be highly amused with Kuhlo's du
rhuntlim that he Is out to block Oov-
crnor Ficar's reappointment. It Is
the opinion of many that u good deal
of this amusement Is feigned. At
any rate, the undcr-dogs In Hawaii
haio pilckcd up their cars nt tho
prospect of a clash In Washington be
tweon Kuhlo and tlio (iovcrnnr nnd
welcome !' Inrtlcnl.irly do Ihey wel
cdino that part of Kuhlo's piogramuio
calling for a congressional Invustlgn
tlnn of conditions In Hawaii and I
THE LAND OF PUUPUEO
Mr. Henry C. Cooper, the owner of tho land of Puupueo, liae
placed in our hands for sale a number of deslrabto houso lots
Ahlch wo are now prepared to offer to Intending purchasers.
If you want to build where you can have a perpetual view of
sotli mountain and ocean, we have seven lots from which you
nay select, ranging In price from 1300 to $1650.
If you prefer to be where you can step directly from your lot
to the Rapid Transit cars and still 'have an uninterrupted view
)f the valley and mountain, we have sixteen lots ranging from
(1200 to $1750 from which you may take your choice.
If you would like a lest expensive lot and still have all the
idvantages ot this location, we have four from $850 to $1050.
If you would like to erect a mansion and desire a large lot,
we have two at $7500 each.
If you want to have an opportunity to plant an orchard and
jtherwieo Indulge In the luxury of a small farmer, we have sev
tral acre lots that possets all the advantages, at a moderate
Remember that this land is served by the Rapid Transit, lot
tphone and electric lines, and water from the Maklkl springs
Is piped directly to all the lots and the mains of tho Gas Com
pany have been recently extended to the property.
The title Is perfect and warranty deeds will be given In all
lases. The use of the property Is, however, restricted to resi
Terms of payment the most favorable.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
FOIt INDIVIDUALITY IN FltAMINQ
tOtC TOUT HTItKKT
Fort Street, near Hotel
The olfice of the
is open on week days from 7 a. m. to
St30 p. m., nnd on Sunday mornings
from 8 until 10
miss my guess Ir tho Interests nro not
found fighting such a commission
tooth and null, secrclly, of course, as
far ns It can bo done, publicly If tliey
Tho imdor-dog also pricks up his
ears with Intel cat to find that, Kuhlo
Is going to make his tight on tho land
question nnd the relation of tho Inter
est's to the lAnils In Hawaii. Tho fact
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Mi"! .ticumiuivei yni iicii bw lining iiiyit-
f nml votes on a radical; .not to soy
reckless, Iplulftrni, Is a 'vol yf signifi
cant fact. That volo Is still 'hero;
reluly to protest In any way It can
.and added W W rfpcMf oicnts show;
Ing u disposition ml tho part of' the
Interests to gnbblo up tho public
lands for good and' all nt ono swoop.
Much of this ac.r"r Ft car Is not
directly responsible for, but his ad
ministration Is nn acquiescent ono to
Iho 'trend of. .events whereby ovcry
atom of protest agnlnst plantation
mlo In Hawaii Is being stifled, It U
a wider question than Kuhlo or flov
crnnr "rear nnd whero a surprising
number of mon under their Incalh
mo wishing Ktililu (lod-specd. Ku
hlo's protest In legard to tho treat
ment of Hawnllans simply means IJjat
under Carter nnd again under Froar
Iho Hawaiian Is tolerated ns a neccs
fciiry ovll, a passing factor,--- Knhln
evidently wants a new deal nnd who
If eveiylhliiB IS going ns It should
go In Hawaii, then a congressional
Investigation, oven of n scntchtngnnd
permanent nature, wlll help nnd not
hurt Iho powers that bo who hfto
ruled Hawaii for thfl pnst fifty ycais.
Hut when Ilia "Tiscr" lias been sniok-
cd out, wo prophesy Dial II coin
plarcncy on Kuhlo and his fight will
bo guno and It will bo working night
and day to block an Investigating
committee, or If that cannot bo dono
to mako It nh uiilnmohllo plantation
do luxo excursion with ft hurry-up In
vestigation which docs not Investi
gate, ff Hawaii was polled today
tho oto would bo threo lo onri for
Hint Investigating committee. Keep
n It'Kuhlo nnd linnles as woll as Hn
wnllnns will bo back ot you I
Juno in, i9ii.
Mills School and Kawaiahao
Seminary Graduating Exer
cises This Afternoon.
Mills School nnd Kawaiahao Sem
inal y hold their graduating exercises
Jointly this afternoon, beginning at 3
o'clock, In Mills School Hall. Six
students will bo .graduated, 0no from
Mills nnd tlio other ,llc from tho sem
inary. The classes aro us follows:
Mills School Charles Ah Fat, Ho
nolulu. Kawniahao Seminary Shcn Kunl
shlnla, llnjlmkn, Knual; Kiniiia Ijiii,
Wnlluku, Maul; Josophlnn Olmos, Ho
nolulu; .tulla Slewnrt, Honolulu;
Alice Tscii, Honolulu. .
Tbe, iirogram for this afternoon is
Dr. Dorcnius Scuddcr. ,
Theme from Heethoven
Waken Ixinlrt nnd Lndles (lay
Harry A. Matthews
Kawnl.ihnn 01 Ice Club.
u i tt (1 0i
' ' f ! " ..
OUR MISFORTUNE HAS BEEN
WE CANT HELP IT
The policy of this Store is to carry New
arid Fresh Goods ALL THE TIME.
There are many Bargains left over.
Our New Stock will be here, by the
'"Wilhelmina." We must clear up in
If you want Bargains come to
The Flood Sale
JLik,- f -i iiiTrtA I .;Vl r ITf ' ,';- v'iAiimtl
A Heroine of Hawaii.
Charles Ah Fat.
Tho Advancement of Woman In China
ItcccsstonnV C.hns. K. llnyd
Mld-l'nelfir (Hoc Club.
Tho Making of u t'mik
Mnrch Trloiiplnilo (for two pianos)
i.. ..,. II. Itlcrinnn
Lilly Kakanl nnd Dung Tnl (loo
l'rcscntallou ot Diplomas
Mr. F. W. Damon.
Maich of Our Nation.... Adam (iclhcl
llnv n tt flntliL-
licccsslonnl Adam (telbcl
,J eaJ 1
TO CLOSE YEAR
Four Students Will Be Given
Diplomas From St. An
Four students will bo graduated to
night at Iho nniiual commencement
dxerelscs of St. Andiew's l'rlory, to
bo held in Davles Memorial hall, be
ginning nt S o'clock. Tlio students
nro Maud Niaiiplo I'lhtnnia,, Julia Ka
liaopulaiil Sp6nrcr, Florence; iHabel
Tewksbury nnd Mary Shul-I.eong
'Cl.isrf- Daywns 'held Inst Monday
and a piano recital on Tuesday after
noon wiis line of the commencement
exercises. Thn program for tho Clos
ing oxoictscH1 totilfilit is ns follows:
The Ut. ltev. II. II. Itcslarlck, D.D.
Trio "Dutch Dolls" ....May Ostleru
Hoso CummlngM, Irene Davison,
Days of the
is no consideration."
is In tho hands of skillful men.
ou get full value for your money
when you leave your watch with
us for adjustment.
Wo guarantco our work and
chargo no moro than you may
pay for poor tervlce.
H, F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
Kllo IJnlas, Agnes Frendo, Onello
Klcliurdson, Fiom Tewksbury.
Kssay Tho Orlcntnl Nations In Ha
Soilgs' '(a)Muno nays".Chao. 1'. Scott
(b) t.ullnhy" HmelT.on
Class of 1911.
.Music ".Impromptu No.t!.,. Schubert
, Florn Tmvksbury,
Hssay lgcndnry Uiro of tho Hn-
wnllans Julln Spencer
Tho lit. Itcv. II. II. Itcslarlck, D.D.
I'rcscntntlon of Diplomas.
H If '