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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T. H, THUR8DAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Per Month, anyvtme la U.S ,78
Pef Unifier, anywhere !n U.S.. ... a.ttu
Pel Year, anv therein U.S. H,oo
Fcr Yeai, rMtv.ald, foreign, ..,,, I3.no
'iph i auditorial Rooms,
1 Ci.BU8ne88 Office,
He Is liaiij vthose circumstances
suit liti li'iiiirr, hut lit- Is more ex
ifllcut who can suit Ills temper to
nn; circumstances. Hume.
The pests as well us the poor we
have always with us.
Diaz's parting shot nt tho Mexicans
was that they wero ungrateful as a
people Holy smoke!
Hasten the day when we can talk
of the speed records being broken at
Pearl Harbor as they have been at
No one can doubt that the English
speaking alliance finds full sympathy
at this American cross-roads of tho
No one believes that America's big
fleet was put on display before Em
peror William with the expectation of
Mr. Supervisors look after your
school houses. This Is expected of
you, and you have the authority to
tax according to public needs.
Some parts of Honolulu could not
bo Improied In relation to sanitation
und "city beautiful." Other parts
should be "seen to be appreciated."
William Jennings Bryan has ex
pressed a desire to be left out of con
sideration as a candidate for Presi
dent. Seems to be coming around to
the opinion of the voters.
Boy Scouts have been brought Into
tho mosquito campaign. Kery pupil
In the public schools can be made a
campaigner, and n good 'one, against
the Mediterranean fruit 'ly.
Pluced between the Governor and
the Land Board, and Commissioner
of Public Lands must of necessity ho
n specialist In team work, If he is to
secure many progressive results.
No surprise is occasioned' by tho
alliance of the Insurgent Republicans
with the tariff-lowering Democrats
Divisions are arising on new issues
that make the party names little
more than names.
Eastern scientists have discovered
that bananas and potatoes contain a
similar amount of nutriment, and that
their chemical composition Is. nearly
the same. lint a man will go farther
and quicker on a banana skin than he
will on two potato skins,
It Is none too soon to plan bigger
and better American steamships for
tho trade between these, Islands and
the Coast. Of course the people huve
every reason to assume that the
transportation companies will keep
pace with the growth of the city.
Perhaps more of the educated
young folks of Hawaii would go to
the sugar plantations to establish
homes If they thought that citizen
labor was to bo given special consid
eration when able to efficiently meet
the demands of the skilled positions.
Acceptance by Mr. Palrchlld of the
terms made by the Land Board is the
most vital factor of the latest, phase
of the attempt to homostead tho Ka
paa lands. Home progress Is bound
to be made, If It be only In the nature
of an experiment to prove what Is
It Is now protty well established
that elaborate exhibitions of man-flying
in Honolulu must await an Im
Soubrette Do you know I get $500
a week for singing In this theater?
Now, bow much do you get?
Water Boy Ten dollars a week.
Soubrette Oh, my, that Isn't much,
Is It? Is that all you get?
Water boy Yes. But I get It.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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rr Veil, anrwheie In U.S I.uo
Pet Year, anywhere n Canada, I. no
Pel Vear leetpeK), toiturn a,on
Uttered at the Poelotnca at ItonoJatu '
aa aecood-claat matter.
..JUNE 22, 1911
provement of the flying machines to
minimize the dauger from heavy and
sudden gusts, or the construction of
a wind shield on the other side of
the Island. So Honolulu will have to
wait a while.
Thanks to the quick work of thu
Promotion Committee much of the
evil effect of the cholera season has
been offset, and a very fair summer
tourist season Is In prospect. Put
that Is no feason for letting up on
the Insistent and Incesbnnt campaign
to keep Honolulu clean rnd wipe out
When the Legislature meets again,
it might be advisable to provide for
proclamations for such parts of the
Territory as have need for the holi
day, tlanks and business houses on
tho other islands have no particular
Interest in obsenlng the ruled of u
holiday, for what concerns only the.
people of this town.
Though there may have been mis
understandings as to what the Gov
ernment should contribute, certainly
Honolulu with its many special
sources of revenue, should not tack
for ample funds for tho "clean-up"
activities, and that without calling on
a certain number of business houses
to fill the sack.
Calls from tho Department of Pub
lic Instruction for school houses re
ceive a prompt aud favorable re
sponse from Ute Honolulu Supervis
ors. The "TeYrit'ory lias supplied am
pie funds for the teachers. The chil
dren should not now lack the oppor
tunities of a public school education
because the local officials will not
furnish the school houses.
What could be a better application
of the nature study In the public
schools than to put the children at
work In the campaign ttgalnst tho
Mediterranean fruit fly. If this Is
done, and wo believe It should be,
certainly tho advocates of u return to
the three It's will see that It pays to
teach the children In a manner that
keeps them In touch with the prac
tical things of life.
KING GEORGE V.
When In the midst of all the prep
aration and show pf u coronation we
are reminded that a great religious
ceremony Is being performed, the
thought occurs that the reign of King
George V gives promise of being par
ticularly notable for Its religious and
moral Influence on his nation and,
through It, upon the world.
Qreat Britain's King Is not of an
aggressive or picturesque type. But
early In his reign he quietly and with
calm posltlveness displayed his kind
ly spirit and a resulting disapproval
of ancient relics of Intolerance, by
taking Issue with the strong anti
Roman Catholic form of the King's
Again in the reports that come
from the social life of the King and
Queen, we find a spirit of conservat
ism that Is almost Puritanical. In
the elimination from the Queen's so
cial list of members of families brok
en by divorce proceedings Is ox-
pressed a high Ideal of the Integrity
of the home and the seriousness of
marriage vows. Simplicity prevails.
and the , smart social standing that
comes of freak foolishness, great
wealth, little brains and bordering
closely on the Immoral, finds the cold
shoulder in tho. royal house of Eng
German I come from Berlin.
That's the capital of Germany, you
know. Where Is your capital?
American In my pocket.
German No, no. I mean the cap
ital of your country.
American Oh, that's lit Rockefel
Several Choice Lots
1. One lot on I2th Ave.
$750 . v .
2. One and one-half lots
Block 87. Pike $600
3. One lot Block
4. One and one-half lots
Waialae Heights, $500
Near Wyllle St. .. .130 per month
Maklkl District . . . . 7G per month
Upper Kort St., one
block from Nuu
anu car ICO per month
All very desirable residences
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Plnaa or a
-i.arv-Binoh of Bananaa
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With 'vVells, Fargo Exprous Company)
If we Judge the trend of the times
correctly, the world needs such un
influence, anl no royal family exerts
such a world-wide lulluenco In setting
social standards as the King and
Queen of Great Britain.
When tho King first took his olflce
the Impression went abroad that ho
had no kindly feeling for Americans.
It has slnco been proved that a cer
tain type of Americans who have
bought their promlneuco und figured
lu unsavory public affairs are Indeed
not welcome at tho British court. Ev
ery honest American man and woman
gives thanks that such Is the ftct. As
regards the vital factors In the diplo
matic relations between a real Brit
ain and the United States, evidences
Bargain In Makiki District
Living room ami dining room, with;,
paneled and soltd beam ceilings, win-"1,
clow seats, built-in sideboard und book
cases. ' .
Front lunal built of moss stone with '
brick pillars! screened back latiali
kitchen with gas, hot and cold water;
bath, lavatory aud large closets; three
bedrooms; mosqulto-proof throughout;
cement walk Near two car lines. No.
1400 Matlock avenue. Price... .$3300
FORT AND MERCHANT BTREETI HONOLULU, T. H.
The Beat Photo Paper
To be lincl only at
office, Adame Lsne, It open from 7 -i
m. to 11 p. m. except on Suridayt, when
it it open from 8 to 10 a. m. and from
St30 to 11 p. m.
are Increasing that George V is fully
In sympathy wllhthe effort of the
present British 'g'oTernluent to reach
an agreement, under tho Taft pro
posal, that shall bind the two great
English-speaking nations In an und
erstanding that will come mure near
ly to a guarantee of the world's pence
than anything yet found lu the rec
ord of history.
When striving toestlmate tho In
fluence of KlrtifCMBYge we"havo to
remember that previous to his com
ing to the throne ho was very little
During the lattor years of the
reign of Queen Victoria, King Ed
ward, then the Prlnco of Wales, was,
without doubt, the widest known man
In the world at that time, lie was
continually In the public eye because
for a number of years previous to the
death of his mother, tho queen. It
was expected that he might bo called
to the throne at any moment, and
added to this his aged mother had
shifted to his shoulders the responsi
bilities of all social mid a largo por
tion of the political duties of the
reigning monarch. As heir apparent
his future subjects looked to him for
guidance In affairs of Btnte, expected
him to be their king and welcomed
him heartily when he was proclaimed
Not so with King George. Tho un-
timely death of his father brought it
man to tho throne who was n com
parative stranger to his people. No
social functions or affairs of state had
engaged his attentions to such nn ex
tent that he had been brought prom
inently beforo tho world. At tho
time of his taking the oath of office
there was apprehension expressed of
his ability to proporly meet the Bltu
ution In a governmental crisis that
might easily threaten the throno It
self. Time proved that King George
knew his duty well.
As a king he has thus fnr been n
success; he is universally loved by
his subjects for his natural qualities
that make him n model husband and
father. Alono with his family, pump
and ceremony are laid aside, and al
though, he Is tho ruling monarch of
one of tho greatest nations of the
earth the man's a mnn for a' that.
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tt Business Houses to Close, it
tt All business houses In tho city tt
it will presumably be closed nil day tt
tt Saturday on uccotint of Clean-up tt
If ll.IV Tim Mnpnlmntd' iDaimlntlnn tt
tt directors at their meeting yes-
tt tcrday brought up tll matter,
tt and general closing was urged tt
tl upon nil members, of tho ttsso- tt
tt elation. tt
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MERCHANTS COME TO
AID OF CLEAN-UP DAY
One thousand dollars to bo devoted
to tho Clean-up Day" was voted yes
terday atternnon at a meeting of the
director! nf Ihn Mwrrliniitn' Ancnplfi.
tlon, a resolution to that effect being,
onerecl oy K. i wnldron, Tho dls-
uurnemeiii. oi mo money is ten in tho
nanus or rresitieut wnitii and i:. O.
F. I Wnldron, stirred things up by
retorting that the Oahti Central Im
provement committee had expected to
get a considerable gum of money from
the Shippers' whnrf committed but
that when President Mott-Smlth of.
the Board of Health, Dr. Pratt, health
uiucer, nnc otners Had lOKen Win mat -
ter up with tho wharf commltteo yes
terday, the shippers had refused to
contribute any money. It was re
isirted that Mott-Smlth had criticised
the committee sharply for Its action.
Tho merchants also passed the fol
"Resolved, That the directors of the
Merchants' Association, In meeting
assembled, d6 earnestly appenl tothoibeen Issued for tho nrrest of Ocorge
merchants In general to close their
respective stores all day on Saturday,
June 24, thus lending their every ef
fort to a successful Issue, the object
of Clenn-up Day."
Another resolutlcin"wns passed, rec
ommending -to all the Honolulu mer
chants to close their stores this
morning between the hours of half
past ten and half-past twelvo o'clock,
during tho services In St. Andrew's
Cathedral In cclebratfon of the coro
nation of tho king and queen of Great
Attorneys n. C Peters and M. F.
Prosser were the center of attraction In
Judge Monsurrut's courtroom this
niornliiir. Thev urvued with oiieh oth
er excitedly, und caused the court of-
ncktls and spectators to smile. But tn
the end they went uwuy peuceably.
It was during the trial of F. Shuner,
who was churged with assault und
buttery on Bruco llabeler, ex-Governor
Cleorge II. Carter's chauffeur, thut
the trouble commenced. Peters, who
uppeared for Shuner, offered u plea 6f
guilty and usked the court to puss a
reasonable sentence uwn the defend
ant, Prosser wns not suttslled with
Peters' contention, He asked tho court
to cull Habeler on tho stand so that
he could tell tho whole story at, to the
assault. Peters atuted that it was not
necessary for Habeler lu tcstUy, us
tho defendant hud pleaded guilty.
Piosscr came back with a loud voice
nml said that ho wanted the man to
tell the court how ho was kicked und
The arguments of counsel were In
teresting. In tho end the court per
mitted Habeler to take the stand and
tell the origin of the trouble.
Habeler, who Is a Oermuu, told tho
court that ho was kicked In thu back
of his neck without any warning, and
that subsequently ho wus struck In
the fnce. Upon the delivery of Ihe
second blow he dropped his eye-gluss.
This ull happened lu tho von Hamin
Young guratie, where Shuner Is fore
man. Shaner admitted on tho stand that
ho djd strike and kick thu complaining
witness, because ho disobeyed his or
ders to leave the shop. On this show
ing, the court lined hint S10 and costs
Peters suld In court that helrls Is carrying out his mission, nnd
regretted very much that Habeltr did
not get much more punching.
W W Hurrls. who wns sent to
I Washington to work In tho Interests
I of the proposed Kona railway, has ap
parently nover reached Washington.
Diligent Inquiry among the local men
(Associated Press Cnble.)
WASHINGTON, 1). C., Juno 21 By
n vote of thirty-nine to eighteen, tho
Senate today refirrcd tho now Demo
cratic wool tariff to the finance com
mittee. The vote was the result of a
coalition between the insurgent Its
publican and tho Democrats.
On the door of the Senate, earlier In
the day, Senator Hoot of New York
advocated the passage) of tho reciproc
ity agreement with his amendment
This mnendinent Is to the erfect that
paper be not subject to tho terms of
the reciprocity agreement while nn ex
port duty Is placed by tho Cnnadlan
government on pulp woods for paper.
Another amendment to tho reciproc
ity agreement which Is. before the Sen
ate Is by Senator Lodge of Massachu
setts, and provides that fish "he not
subject to tho terms of the ngreement
tt!n" lon,! nH ,l,B Canadian government
8 W " hotinty to the Canadian fisher-
POWDEn TRU8T IS
NOW UP FOR PROBE
WILMINGTON, Del, Juno 21 The
United States Circuit Court for the
Delauure district today rendered n de
cision that the so-culled powder trust,
dominated by the Duponts, Is In re
straint of track, and must ho dissolv
ed This action was started in 1907,
and the decision arrived at Is similar
to that In the Standard Oil and to
bacco trust euses by the Supreme
LISBON, June 21. The coustltu-
tlonal assembly today elected Anxelmo
Brannicatnp Frelre ns the first regular
president of the republic of Portugal,
President Frelre succeeds Provision-
nl president Thconhlle Ilrutra. who has
held the position slnco the revolution
which deposed King Manuel.
The city Is en fete this evening
AFTER MISSING PAPERS
IN THE LORIMEn CA8E
CHICAGO, June 21. At the Instance
of the Chicago Tribune, warrants have
O. Glavls on a charge of stealing Im
portant documents concerning tho guilt
of n United States Senntor, supposed
to bo Senator Lorlmer.
Mayor J. J. Fern acknowledges lhr
soft Impeachment that ho Is a Demo
crat, but he declares that nt least Ho
publican superiors now on tho
board will yet make the painful dis
covery that ho hus nine political
lives, and therefore to kill him off
will bo found no easy task.
Mayor Fern insists that he will tako
tho matter of constitutionality of tho
proposed new ordlnanco, ajtegod tn
depilve him of his last remnant of
appointive power, to.tho highest tri
bunal In tho Territory of Hawaii.
Tho Republican "solid six" proposo
to hustle the ordlnanco along, ami It
has alicady passed a Ilrst reading und
What Fern and his Democratic sup
porters most stronuously object to, la
tho provision that the board of sup
ervisors shall appoint nn 1 may re
moo at pleasure a suitable person
aB engineer for the city and county
and may also npolnt and remove n
similar sultublo person for each dls-
ttict as road supervisor for the ills-
tricts or Honolulu. Ewn, Wnlanao,
Wnlnlua. Koolaiilnn nml Knolaimnkn.
it Is also up to the board to (lx tho
salaries or eacn or tuese employee.
Muyor Kern has practically told tho
Republican majority that ho will make
a decided stand against what he be
lieves Is an attempt to relieve him
of the lust of his prerogatives.
Should tho now ordinance become
a law, It will give the City and Cott'i
ty engineer full control over the sev
eral road overseers and these olllciats
can thercfoio bo lemovod nt tho In
stlgntlon of the County engineer.
The ordlnanco Is to go Into effect
flvo days after Its final approval
provided thut Muyor Fern Blgns It
which lie will In all probability not
WitoVI- llulletln oer Tear
Interested In tho project bus failed to
elicit' unv belief umoni: them that liar-
li wus reporieu louuy mm. no is sun
Harris ns to Itnvo gono to the cap
ital to work for Congressional approv-I
at for a meuBuru that would allow the1
Territory to guarunteo Interest on the
bonds of tho company. Tho plan was
presented to tho last Territorial Leg
Irhitiiro and passed by both houses nnd
before going Into otToet must be ap
proved by Congress. Harris was dis
patched to do some lobbying for tho
measure and his failure to report has
not met with tho approval of the Kona
railroad's backers. For several weeks
nothing has been heard that would
warrant thu belief thut he Is busy In
Washington, according to, rumors here.
The. first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indices
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it,
For tale by Benson, rttnltu ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
WILL RAISE FUND
(Continued ram Pag 'I)
irn cotton growing, said that the land
was Ilrst rough cleared and then shal
low plowed what Is called Hat break
ing. They then bed up the cotton by
throning tun furrows together, nnd
furtlllte, which bus, the effect of Irri
tation und forces the cotton to early
maturity, und lu this way they get
the bolls formed before tint boll weavll
gets plentiful enough to du such enor
The cost of picking two plcklngsuv
ernges tile per 100 pounds of seed cot
ton; tho total cost per acre to clear,
plant, pick and gin was 118.40 per
acre, the uverogo yield being nbout 2C0
pound', tu the nciu. These llgurcs do
not Include rent, which goes from S2.S0
to St per ncre.
Them was then a general discussion
on thu best imthods to tight the bull
worm here, the tidvlce of Dr. Wilcox"
being to pruuu well back In thu early
part of thu year, nnd burn ull prunlngs
ut one t lint' lu this wny to stnrve any
of the pest thut may huve escaped the
Ihe. Most of those present had fol
lowed this course nnd found that It
helped considerably In keeping down
the pest. . JtMV
Dr Wilcox wus then asked by Mr. '
Hamilton whether he Intended to ad
vise this method to combat the pest,,
and In give up all Idea of n parasite.
Ho answered no; he advised this us
being necessary to keep tho worm In
check, also It would benetlt the cotton,
but to use nil menus to get n parasite,
Parasites, he snld, wea weakly things
unyuuy, but by proper propagation and
distribution their numbers nnd powers
could be wonderfully Increased. The
one spoken of ns being used In India
wns only estimated to bo killing about
10 per cent, of the worm.
Notwithstanding the fact that today
Is Coronation Day, the occasion far
tho roaring of thu Lion of Britain, tho
Eagles will scream nt the BIJou The
ater, curtain rising ut 7:30 o'clock.
on which occasion each theater In Jho
city win contribute; tne best or Its
vnudovlllo talent to make an excel
lent show for tho Eagles' celebration.
Tho entertainment will bo over In
time for the civilians and tho soldiers
to catch the last cars home, 'also tho
last train to Lellchua, which lenves
ut 11:15 .
Hero Is n chance for a record per
formance of tho best available talent,
und suld talent will perform to their
best ublllly, assisted by careful am
w T It u 1 1 I a CI pur star.
Is in the hands of skillful man.
ou gat full valua for your money
when you leava your watch with
us for adjustment.
Wo guarantee our work and
charge no mora than you (may
pay for poor service.
It F. Wichman
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