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EVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
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The law tif the Inmost Is to renp
more tliun )m sow. Sun mi url mid
jou rennn lialilt; tow a lialilt anil you
reap u character; hum u character nnd
you reap u tiestliij. (.'corge I). Ilo.inl-
The Mediterranean fly can go Into
competition with the Site Shifters on
holding up the progress of the town.
Sending money out of Honolulu Is
, one of the most direct means of hurt
ing the town that could lie Imagined
Somebody blundered when blocking
the liberal appropriation from the
conservation fund for fighting plant
Note the Influence! of the l'hlllp'
pines on the United States 'lovers
ment when Congres-t propose- to es
tab lull a summer c.-.pltol
It Is gratifying to know that Su
premo Court decisions can no longer
' (i,be foreens: by sizing up the number
V or dinners and the list of guests.
, 'f. - If nuvone Is dljpteascd with the
way thn bird men ilu it, there is al
ways (ho opportunity of going ahead
and (bowing how It ibould be done.
Aggressive work along a delnltc
line of pro.-ed success Is what the tax
payers would like to obtain for their
money flora the Board of Immlgra
'' One clean-up Jay will not drive out
the mosquitoes. It will merely be a
J suggestion of the beginning of a cam
. i palgn that will have to be fought 36."
.jvdays of many years.
iM, ' If tho Site Shifters would only quit
Wk their foolishness of trying to upset
if tho law of Congress, Honolulu would
be In a fair way to having a Teputn
3 Hon as a progressive and united town,
, Apparently Honolulu Is one of the
windiest places on earth for uUatlon
purposes. All of which may explain
' why some of our people are famous
for their talkativeness. Environment
exercises a greater Influence tliun
If the Board of Immigration .were
.giving the Territory uctlon all the
time, there would not be so much oc
casion 'to worry over what goes on at
the secret sessions of the commis
' No one begrudges Immigration
"4 Agent Campbell the vote of thanks.
. -. Will the commissioners In charge of
, ( the matter kindly hasten the depart
tf ure from Kurope of another shipload
B . " ."6,illO VUUI1U 1U1 J1UUU1U1U.
Workers who will be found In tho
ranks of the sanitation campaigners
will find no difficulty In securing a
Vday off" on Clean-up day. Declara
tion of a formal holiday would In
crease tho number of picnics that are
not down on the list of the good things
tne improvers have to offer.
far better to coonaratn with thu
i7 army and navy than attempt to block
their plans for the Improvement of
ho .!., T l .1 ' ...- . .
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12 establishment of a Federal building
for which the money is appropriated.
' Don't criticise the cltv and rnnniv
government while the Territorial eov-
Eernment Is spending money with such
ib. imerai naud on the traveling ex
penses of Its numerous renresentn.
ftlves. At least give the taxpayers a
chance to forget before trvlnir to t,l..rr
Itbem Int'o the Idea that the local gov-
Bemiaems are tne least elllclent anil
h Everybody from the States wonders
Rwhy Honolulu Is so slow In waking
ui iu u realization or wliat the In-
icoming army and navy activity will
do for It. Perhaps the conservation
Ebf ,tbe ,town Ib due to the fact that
some of our residents want to be as
iR'rei tnat ,ne American army and
1. ST' uru """" u" or real mce People. l
fct SU Moot as ! tfo
Per Ytt , anrwhetc In U S. l.oo
Per Yer, ftnntrf a CtDevd. I.fla
Pet Yeif ft(Id.fouio 3.on
IbtcreU it lb PottoBic it HofMinltt
u iccooct-cltit matter.
.JUNE 17, 1911
Valor of the Americana procJ nt
the bailie of Bunker Hill and estab
lished lij years of warfare following,
is by no means dimmed or the ttnnl
vcrsaiy forgotten In consequence of
our country today being on excepllor.
alty friendly terms with the descend
ants of those against' whom our an
cestors fought. It seems to bo nn
American characteristic to get Into
frightful fights that finally turn
the people Involved to forming the
most thicere friendships.
Construction of stuets that will ro
main permanently "cood" Is onu of
the demands that will be made upon
the city Supervisors n'ter tho first of
July when more money will presum
ably be available. Our street con
struction at the present time Is not
meeting the demand made upon it by
the heavy traffic of automobiles. Tho
whole method of making the streets
must be changed. Tho Board of Sup
ervisors that realizes this and nets ac
cordingly will recelvo the credit and
good will that will be richly deserved.
With the mainland market closed
to Hawaii's fruits, there Is all the
more reason why undivided attention
should be turned to practical means
of supplying from our own fields the
local demand for fruits and veg
etables. Fifty years ago Honolulu
was shipping vegetables to San Fran
cisco. Now It Is Bending money to
San Francisco for products that can
be grown here.
Judge demons Is making a
splendid reputation for himself
because of tho manner In which
he is handling the dllllcult cases
that come before him In the
United States District Court to
which he was recently appointed.
In connection with some of the
cases he has to decide almost off
hand Important points of luw re
garding which Justices elsewhere
would take weeks and weeks to
consult authorities. Ho bIiows
great facility In getting at the
root of Intricate matters and gen
erally conducts the affairs of the
court in a manner which calls for
.the highest commendation. Ad
vertiser. To all of which the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n sub
scribes, with u query of whether this
Is another evidence "that America
breeds men as polished, as courtly,
as learned and with as high Ideals as
any country on earth."
GOVERNOR OR LEGISLATURE.
According to the Information given
the Bulletin, the original resolu
tion for the apportionment of tho Con
servation fund allowed fifteen thou
sand dollars for Just such work as Is
necessary In combatting the Medi
terranean fruit fly.
The same Informant states that af
ter the resolution passed through the
Governor's office it came out with the
fifteen thousand eliminated.
Under these circumstances It can
not be charged with any degrco of
truth that the position In which the
Territory finds itself as regards funds
for fighting fruit and plant pests Is
the fault of the legislature except in-so-far
as the legislators failed to take
the opportunity for making nnothor
fight ngulnBt the mistakes of the ex
ecutive department of the government.
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL TRAINING,
It- Is difficult Indeed to suit every
one In shaping an educational s.ys-
At the present time Boston Is re
ceiving a visit from a commission
3ent forth by the National Education
Association of England and Wales to
examine the public school system of
this country with particular reference
to the vocational schools. It Is Inter
esting to note that these trained ob
servers, while expressing their Interest
I" our school systems, are yet Inclined
Question it we are not overdoing In
A City Home--$5000
A email lot with well-built, attractive i
house. 8ervantt quarters) conertU '
idewalk. Houie ht modern Improvt-
mentil neighborhood Is of tho bait?
v ' i
Good vlw. Lunslilo trt. Trmlf t
dtilred. Prlco $5000. .v, ,; '
Near Wyllle SI....JS0 per month
Muklki District.... 170 per month
Upper Kurt St., one
. block from Nuu
anu car ICO per month
All very desirable residences
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crats of Six Selected Pines or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
the mutter of vocational schools and
"Oood workmen aro wanted," said
one, "but good citizens are ulso want
ed." Another felt that there Is a
danger that vocational training would
bo carried too fur, as he did not be
lieve the whole function of u school
wus to prepare a boy to step Into a
Boston and the cities of the east do
far more In vocational training In tho
public schools than has been thought
of In Hawaii.
It Is very Interesting to note how
ever that the English educators are
crltWsIng our eastern fellow citizens
for doing that which most everyone
here believes should receive more at
tention from our local Bchool direct
ors. But the criticism of Boston by
THE LAND OF PUUPUEO
Mr. rienry E. Cooper, the owner of the land of Puupueo, has
placed In our hand for sale a number of detlrable house lots
which we are now prepared to offer to Intending purchaters.
If you want to build where you can have a perpetual view of
both 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 Trantlt care and still have an uninterrupted view
f the valley and mountain, we have sixteen lots ranging from
J1200 to 91760 from which you may take your choice.
If you would like a leu expensive lot and still have all the
dvantagee of this location, we have four from $800 to $1050.
If you would like to erect a mansion and deilre a large lot,
we have two at $7600 each.
If you want to have n opportunity, to plant an orchard and
otherwise Indulge In the luxury of a email farmer, we have sev
ral acre lots that possess all the advantages, at a moderate
Remember that this lanJ le served by the Rapid Traneit, tel
ephone and eleetrlo llnee, and water from the Maklki springs
! piped directly to all the lots and the mains of the Gas Com
pany have been recently extended to the property.
The title le perfect anj warranty deeds will be given In all
:!. The use of tho property le, however, restricted to resi
dential purposes. '
Terms of payment the most favorable.
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F0ET AND MERCHANT STBEETI
'Oil INDIVIDUALITY IN FIIAMINO
106 FORT BTHEKT
Fort 8trot, ntir Hotel
The office of the
le open on week days from 7 a. m. to
5i30 p. m., and on Sunday mornings
from 8 until 10
the London visitors should not lessen
the effort of the Honolul ueducators
for nioro vocational training for tho
boys and girls of these Islands. Chil
dren of Hawaii need It. The educu;
tlonal system'shdiild be adapted to ob
RETAINING, ARAN'S LOVE.
It has long benH pet theory of
seit-constltuted authorities on how to
hold n husband's affections that the
only way In ,the ..wnrhl Is for n wo
man to keep beautiful. ' 4.
P.pgardless how much a faded (low
er you are, prutu these wise ones, be
Olulously, when nature refuses lo
participate In the conspiracy to keep
u woman beautiful In order that she
may retain her husband's lovo, hot
only hope Is In cosmetics. t
And what a mess she niitkiM of
This Is all nonsense the way for
a woman to keep a husband's love is
to study tho art of companionship,
and bo n good fellow througn the
DIDN'T BECOME UNITARIAN
Editor nenlng Bulletin: In
an artlclo on "Work-a-Day ncllglon,"
taken, I presume, from some Journal
on the mainland, there are some cu
rious errors which I would nk spaco
Tho article purports to bo written by
James IYeemnn Clark and mentions nn
event which tho story says occurred
HONOLULIT, T. H.
After Spending Thousands of Dollars
and Consulting the Host Eminent
Phyiioians, He Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, ILL8.-Mr. J. Q.
Becker, of 1 34 Van Buren St., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I have had catarrh 'for mora '
than thirty yearsi Have tried
everything on earth and spent
thousands of dollars for other
mediclnos and with physicians,
without getting any lasting re
lief, and can say to you that I
have found Peruna tho only rem
edy that has cured me per
manently. "Peruna has also cured my
wlfeof catarrh. She always keeps
It In the house for an attack of
cold, which It Invariably cures In
n very short time."
In lfpt Ah u matter of fact, James
Preemnn Clark died In llotton In 1888.
The article states that In 1894 Wil
liam M. Brundage, nn Episcopal minis
ter, becatno a Unitarian after attend
ing u Utiltnrlnn conference nt Sara
toga I turned to tlie otllclal list of
clergy of tho Episcopal church for 1891
niul found no Ilrundage In Hie list. I
searched the clergy Hsta from 1891 back
to 1883, find thero was no Ilrundage,
imr did tho numo appear later.
Either the event occurred prior to
1883 or not lit all.
When 1 read the article I felt suro
that James Kreemun Clark died before
1891, anil llien It Is an exceedingly rare
tiling for n clergyman of the Episcopal
chutch to become a Unitarian, and this
led me to look the matter up.
HENBY B. IlESTAIUCK.
(Continued from Page 1)
board should not continue recruiting
this summer, although It would bo a bio
to get another shipment."
That conditions here are llkeil by the
Immigrants was proved when n dopy
of a Portuguese paper wus received
this morning by tlje board. The paper
contained a letter evidently written
back to his friends by one of the men
who came on the Ortcrlo It spoke of
tho sickness on board, but In very
meliorate term, nnd praises conditions
n h found n Hawaii.
John K. H ii inner lms a new attorney
III fait This time It Is R U Jones,
whom Sumner ban substituted for John
Marcalllno Tho tenuro of office of
Mnmilllno broke the record, ho serv
ing Sumner In the capacity of attorney
In fuel for u period of thirteen months.
Huniner has u weakness for changing
his representatives, und this time Jones
Is his choice, hut for how long remains
to he seen.
PUNAHOU ALUMNI DAY.
All Punnlioii Alumni, tinder gradu
ates and their families and relatives
aro cordially Invited and urgently re
quested to attend the usual annual
exercises of tho Punahou Alumni to
be held on the Onhu College grounds
on Friday, Juno 23rd nt 3:30 p. m. A
reception will be given ox-prosldent
W. C. Merrltt who"- has kindly con
sentcd to give a few reminiscences cf
Punahou life during his Incumbency
This will be of especial Interest to
all, particularly those who attended
Punahou under Mr, Morrltt. Other
short addresses will he given, follow
Ing which n basoball gamo will take
place between members of. tho Alumni
mid tho College team.
"David Oralium Phillips was a
realist He handled life with a biting
humor. Tho ordinary romantic novel,
Phillips once explained, resembles tho
language of (lowers, whllo Phillips'
own novels resemble, umbrella lan
guage." The speaker, a member of the
Princeton club of Now York, smiled.
"Phillips then quoted," lie continued,
"some, of his umbrella langungo. It
"An umbrella placed in the club
rack Indicates that It will soon change
"An umbrella carried over u women
by u man who gets nothing but the
drippings or the rain Is u sure sign of
"When, on tho other hand tho man
carries tho umbrella so flint tho wom
an gotH the drippings It Is a sign of
"A cheap cotton umbrella placed
besldo it flno silk ono means 'Ex
change no robbery.
"To buy an umbrella men ns, 'Not
smart, but honest.'
"To carry nn umbrella to work In
the morning means, 'It la bound to
"To lend an umbrella means, 'I'm a
"To ictiirn un umbrella but never
mind what that means, for It Ib u
thing that nobody over doej"
A POSTHUMOUS BARK
(In defense of a o.ulet dog who was
barked at by u bustling dog,)
Once, saying le, and leaving more
I heard him barking say, "Oh, ho Is
deud, .. '
"He's a dead dog," by which, no doubt.
He meant to snub some 'poor dog's
Ho (lulto forgot that sometimes dend
More useful than live counterparts, by
That Ilfu Is not a substitute for worth;
That death Is better, oft, than birth.
Dead Is this oak to all the world with
It neither talks nor struts about;
Its life is held within, and yet the onk
You can not topple with a. poke!
Live Is the fly, the gnat, the wondrous
All these are full of life ns you can see.
1 was n dog; I harked nnd bit,
1 very often took u nt;
Did growl nnd wag tny tall about,
And all the lesser doggies rout,
Till many said with weary wit:
"He never ennjget over It."
Hut still I lived and made a noise,
liming dog sorrows and dog Joys.
I went to dog school: made my mark
And barked 1ny grnduntltig hark,
Culling on other noble dogs to hear
How loud my bark was and how clear.
lived nt homo nnd was my kennel's
More dear to It tliun nil the world be
side. I had my way: the only dog was I
That could upon our doorstep He;
I did not mix with other dogs, so day
by day '
I URller, 'growling grew, and so grew
E. S. (lOODHUE.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH,
IJIble School nt-9:t0 a. m. Mr. W
A. Howen, superintendent. Classes
nil nges In n graded course of study
Morning Worship ut 11 o'clock
Sermon by the Minister, "What Is
flod." (1 John 4:10).
Christian Endeavor nt Ix-ahl Homo
nt 3 o'clock. Not only members of
tho Society but all who enjoy doing
good nre Invited to this servicp.
Christian Endeavor Meeting nt C:30
Topic: "Ornce for Common Duties."
Meeting led by tho Whatsoever Com
mittee. All young peoplo Invited.
Evening Service nt 7:30. Com
mencement service of Onhu College.
Captain Ernest Bent and Captain.
Alfred O. Stevens, Commanders of the
Tenyo Mnru nnd America Marti res
pectively, tho two liners of tho Toyo
KIkcii Knlsha, now In port, nnd their
officers are speculating as to which
of the four masters of the fleet now
actively engaged In tho transpacific
service will get tho new Shlnyo Maru
when sho goos Into commission In
August. Whllo Captain Dent of the
Tenyo and Captain William Woodus anesc nBsoclated with the largo Orl
flrecno of tho Chlyo nre content with ental stoamshlp line. Chronicle.
Hundreds of Remnants left over
from our Flood Sale have been
measured up. and will go at Clcar-
- ing Prices to make room for our
Is In the hands of skillful men.
ou get full value for your money
when you leave your watch with
us for adjustment.
We guarantee our work and
charge no more than you may
pay for poor service.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
ft frankness nnd honesty nre tho tt
tf recognized principles of confld- tt
St enco and friendship. .No mer- U
tt chant makes a man a friend by tt
tt taking his money under false Si
tt pretenses. Theso nre tho days It
tt when the merchant who Is wlso tt
tt lii IiIb generation, will tell you tt
tt tho exact age of the eggs when tt
tt you ask him, He will tell you tt
tt tlio table is cherry and not the tt
tt mahogany Hint It Is stained, tt
tt That the prlco you are willing to tt
tt pay will only purchase a second- tt
tt class article as you can get any tt
tt Thero Is one class of merchant tt
tt who should lievcr advertise the tt
tt dishonest one he will last long- tt
tt er; people will find him out at tt
tt on co if he docs, It pays to be tt
tt honest simply because human tt
tt nature resents being cheated, tt
tt Honolulu Is a progressive city tt
tt nnd the people here have form! tt
tt Oil the habit of reading tho nd-.tt
tt W'HIsementa that tiro printed In tt
tt tho dally papers, nnd 'tho habit tt
tt has grown because Hie local tt
tt stores have taken the people Into tt
tt their ronfldenco nnd tell them tt
tt straight truth about the goods tt
tt they have to offer. That Is why tt
tt advertising In the Evouliigtt
tt II ti 1 1 e 1 1 n brings such good re- tt
tt suits. St
ti In this city It Is tho practice tt
tt among ndvertlsers to address St
tt themselves to the public JiiBt as St
tt if they wero talking! to personal
St friends because they,' know near- it
It ly everybody in tho community St
tt nnd they would -not be dqing the SS
St the fair thing by their friends tt
tt If they wore not as accurate In tt
tt their printed words ns they wero tt
tt In their spoken words. tt
ss st ti ss tt a tt tt tt tt a tt a tt n u
their big commands. Captain Stevens
of the America nnd Captain H. Stan
loy Smith of tho Nlpimn Mnru, thn
smaller vessels of the line, would
both llko to fall Into tho cholco berth
on tho latest liner, which is a sister
ship of tho Tenyo nnd Chlyo. Captalit
Smith, It Is reported, has the strong
backing of General Manager Shlratslil
for tho position, while Stcvons also
has many supporters among the Jnp-
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