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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !., TUESDAY, JUNE 27,,1fl1.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallaci: K. Fau kington, - Editor
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entered at (he Foetrtflicc al Honolulu
a aecond-claat matter,
TUESDAY JUNE 27, 19)1
No man is great by imitation; each may rise of his own
powers till he leaves vultures and eagles behind, Rasse-ias.
THE DUTY 0FREAL MEN.
What insufferable folly it would bo for Honolulu citizens
to spend their time, following the clean-up day, in a wrangle
over whether the Legislature or the President of the Board
of Health is responsible for a large number of stench centers
discovered by volunteer inspectors during the cleaning of
There is too much real work to be done, too many live
problems to be met to allow any waste of time in haggling
over petty, silly, inconsequential details.
If history is correctly recalled Hawaii never had a Presi
dent of the Board of Health who amounted to anything
until he resigned.
After he quit, his virtues have been extolled to the detri
ment of all who came after him.
What is needed now, as never before, is community sup
port of the man in charge. Right now it is Mott-Smith.
As men give that support they show themselves the big
ger and better men of the bigger and better Honolulu. Those
who haggle are pinheads.
The Bulletin believes that the bigger and belter men
are united absolutely in their support of the work that is be
ing done. They will go forward getting results, interested
perhaps but not disconcerted by an occasional pinhead side
show. Forward is the word for men who believe in the greater
Paradoxically speaking, the
lng aviators aro up In the nir.
"The Old Home ain't what It need
to be," is u popular Fong in trust
dom. What Is bo raro ns a (clean-up)
day in Juno? Let's puke It an every
Honolulu certainly knows tho dif
ference between n hot air naniHitlon
boom and tho rcnl thing
By tomorrow night tho last of the
three thousand tons of garbage collect
ed on "Clean-Up Day'" will be really
cleaned up, nccordlng to Dr Pratt,
health omcer. Tho hugo Job of mov
ing all the rubbish piled up by Indus
trious houscholdtra has taken live In
stead of ono day.
Tho Punuhou district and tho west
sections ure being looked after today,
and tomorrow the carta and laborers
will go Into tho outsldo districts such
as Knllhl, MollllII, Kalmukl und others.
Tho Board of Health Is still using
iwrntv.four county wagon nnd six
garbage wagons to complete the task.
fliTin.lJri Day" has proved even
less expensive than was anticipated
Only about n thousand of tho threo
dollars collected were Bpent, und tho
remainder will be returned pro rata
to tho subscribers. The biggest Items
of expense were for supplies such us
lime, and Implements, such ai rukes,
Labor was only about !00. whlclil
sneaks volumes for the hundreds of
Judge Do you drink?
Trlsoncr That's MY business, your
Judge That's your business. Any
other business besides that?
Many congrntulatlonb, Herr Wen
gell I hear your wlfo presented you
lwlth twins yesterday."
Oh, no; It wasn't me. It was the
B other Wengel."
"Then I congratulate you very ncari-
rtl Stl Montnl .no
Per Veer, erjerhete to U.3. l.oo
Per Year anywhere a Canada. I.rlo
Per Year poatfa'tl, fotcicn 3,o
It might be remarked that the hun
ter trust Is In a fair way to run
against a pretty hard knot.
Between Itoosevclt who has, and
flrynu who has not, tho country
ought to get sotnn pretty good advlco
on what tho country needs in tho Im
President Tnft Is making a beau
tiful fight to tho flnisli on Canadian
reciprocity, and tho lssuo Is clear
cut enough to prevent any misunder
standing by the crowd
In the presence of their rclutlvos,
Miss Syhel Mclncrny, daughter of
Mr. K. A. Mclncrny, nnd Mr. John
Almoku Domlnls, private Bocrctnry of
Queen Lllluokulanl, wcro united in
marriage this morning. The wedding
look placo In tho St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, rtov Bishop Henry 13. Res
After tho wedding, Mr. and Mrs.
Domlnls left for U-ihalna, Maul, in the
steamer Mauna Kea, which sailed for
that port nt 10 o'clock. Mrs. Domln
ls was until recently a teacher In the
wiiij. Lsri:cT hoy scouts,
A II. Dondero, Scoutmaster, and
Captain Carter, chief of staff with
Orlgadlor floneral Macomb, will leave
at 9.30 o'clock next Saturday morn
ing to Inspect tho boy scouts en-
.Mimi.n.r In Wnlnln vsltlnr Thev will
W e k I t llnllotln! Per Tr.
"Salvation seems to bn mighty cost
ly to same, while It's freo to others,"
crow led tho man who was iisked to
contribute lo tho church.
"Of courbe," replied the deacon, "It's
a bigger Job to tuvn some people thun
It is to ka vi) others
That young Woman whq Is engaged
la u lord denies that the over sung In
"And I believe her," replied tho the
ater munager. -rcopio in cnoruses nro
inot. expected In sing nowadays.'
Several Choice Lots
1. One lot on 12th ave
2. One and one half
lots, B I o o k 87.
3. One lot, Olock 10.
4, One and one -Imlf
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
Near Wyillo St. ...30pcr month
Mnklkl District. . . .175 per month
Upper Fort St., ono
block from Nmi
anu car ICO per month
All very desirable resiliences
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Crate of Six Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
.Simply leave your order wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Express Company)
(Continued from Page 1)
Force Goes to Japan.
Following tho departure of the South
em Pticllle olllclals comes the nows
Unit L I., floodrlch, purser on tho
Tenyo Maru, will leave for tho Orient
June 21 ns tho accredited represent!!
tlvo of the Western Paclllc Ho will
be accompanied by Clarenco Penrtnau
of tho Western Pacific city ticket stnff
Upon their arrival they will open of-
I Waterhouse Trust
Bargain In Makiki District
Living room and dining loom, with
paneled nnd solid beam ceilings, win
dow Bents, built-in Bldebonrd and book
cases. Front lanal built of moss, stone with
brick pillars; screened back lanal;
kitchen "with gns, hot und cold water;
bath, lavatory and large closets; three
bedrooms; mosrtultp-pront throughout;
cement walk. Near two ear lines. No,
JtOO Matlock nvenuo. Price, ,..$3300
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETI HONOLULU. T. H.
The Best Photo Paper
Ti bo had only nt
office, Adams Lane, Is open from 7 a.
m. to 11 p. m. except on Sundays, when
It Is open from 8 to 10 a. m. and from
0t30 to 11 p. m.
llce for the Western Paclllc In Yoko
hama and go after tho Oriental butl
Tor a long timet the Southern Pa
clllo had tho Oriental business bottled
through lis control of the Paclllc M.ill
Steamship' qompany and Us nllhinco
with tho Toyo Klsen Kuisha, tho Jap
anese line of steumers. After tho
Western Paclllc had established Itself
In tho Held, however. It formed connec
tions with tho Too-Kincu Knlbha and
has bw-n sharing generously In tho
Oriental business. It has attracted
widespread attention through the fast
transcontinental Jblpment of siik. re
cenlly sending a special train from hero
to Halt l-akn In 26 hours.
Tho big Mnkcs are the passenger
Irallle nnd tho freight business thntarn
expected within Die next fow years.
Tho developments on tho other sldo of
the Paclllc luivo tended lo show that a
big commerce will soon be nvnllable.
In tho dispatch of Its nuicluls to tho
Orient, tho Southern Pacific also had
hi mind tho opening of the Panama
Canal The big ditch has caused the
rallro.nl people a lot of worry nnd bus
set them to thinking deeply and lo fig
uring rattier earnestly William Hood,
llm chief engineer of the Southern Pa
clllo, recently returned from nn Inspec
tion of the canal work In behalf of tho
Canal Business Involved.
l'or almost half a century, tho trans
continental railroads throttled tho, bus-
Incus by way of Panama by menns of
the Pnclflo Mall It It known positive
ly that lite Southern Pacific Is ex
tremely eager to tiiakn me of the canal
for tho Paclllc Mull. boats. The plan Is
to run the vessels frt.m tho Orient to
Han Francisco, thence lo Iho'cnnaland
to New York,
Many of tho contestants who par
ticipated in tho Bulletin contest
Juno sent In cards of thanks In Iho
form printed below;
To tho mnny friends who so loyal
ly gao mo their support In my suc
cessful endeavor to socuro ono of tho
Hullo tin mainland trips, 1 wish to
extend my sincere thanks.
MBS. U. It. I.HYVI8.
To all my friend and especially
(huso In tho buslnoss district who as
sisted us to secure II u 1 1 a 1 1 n trips
und nuiko posslhlo tho success of St.
unils College, wc wish lo express
our high appreciation.
To our loyal nlumnl brothers, old
nnd new friends, nnd tho strangers
who otod for us, and aided Iho Kn-
mchnmoha Alumni in the Bulletin
contest, wc wish to offer our thanks.
Contest Department Kvcnlng Bulle
Dear Sir. Kindly nllnw mo space
In jour valued columns to thank my
many friends, who so generously as
sisted me in procuring nccond posi
tion In Iho Bulletin's 1011 con
test; nlsn to thank them on behalf of
the St. Louis Collcgo for tho assist
ance given Ihctn In winning Iho first
prlrc, tho Stntr piano.
Very truly yours,
wilij i:. McTinui:.
To the Bulletin first for lis trip
offer, nnd then In nil tho friends and
especially tho strangers who voted
for mo during tho Bulletin's con
test, I wish to give my heartfelt
thanks for making possible for mo a
MISS NIXI.lK WONfl.
Honolulu. T. II., June 27, 1911.
Bulletin Pub. Co., City
Kindly extend my thanks to all who
aided me to secure a mainland trip
and the furnlluro order for the
Home Ruie Representative
Says Kuhio Would Be
Strong on Big Island.
llcnrv I,. Kawowehl of tho Island
of Hawaii, one of thn two Home Bide
representatives In the last Legislature,
Is n visitor In Honolulu Ibis week nnd
brings tho rows that Delegate Kuhlo
would undoubtedly get n lot of backing
for Governor among .tho Hawaiian of
the Bis Island. Kawowehl himself It
.. u....wr,,.i. ,r nm'prnnr l'Yenr for re-
it m.'('". - .. --' -- - -- - ,
appointment, according to nnnounce-1
ment he made this morning, nnd ho In
timated that what Influence he has
among the Ilnwallans which Is n good
deal would be swung for Governor
ltenr If swinging will do any gqod.
"I lit-iir that the Homo Rulers here
nro thinking of backing Kuhlo for Gov
ernor," said Iviiwoweht tills, morning
"Well, n petition urging his appoint
ment upon Tnft would irtidoubtediy get
plenty of signatures up In. my district,
I myself favor Frenr for nnntber torin,
for I believe ho Is making good nhd I
doubt whether Kuhlo would do any
better Still, In my district 1 would
endeavor to present the case fairly to
the Hawaiian,, explaining Just what
thn petition means. ,
"l (Ind the Ilnwallans asking contin
ually, 'Why aro tho Delegato and tho
Governor nt outs nil tho tlino? No
body seems to know Just what Is tho
reason for the trouble between them,
but It Is not liked by tho Ilnwallans."
Bepresentntlvo Kawowehl Is hern
tvllli IiIm uifi. whn 1m 11 ilelcciito to
I.I... .!.... In.. ., II... T I .. .., 1 1.. .. Ponn.
UIU Lllll VL'IIII'III Ul IIIU ,111.. Itllllll 1IH1H-
gellcnl Association Ho expects to re
turn on tho Mauna l.oa.
Bet timing In Japan, It Is said to
fill a more Important position, Hon.
K. Matsul, former charged' affaires of
tho Jnp'incso Kmbnssy In Washing
ton, I) C, arrived IIiIh morning from
San Francisco In tho Tpnyo;Maru. Ho
wiis met at tho, wharfby Consul-Gen-cral
8. Uyeno. who took him In un
automobile to visit tho Oahu and ISwn
Mr. Mntsul Is well thought of In
the diplomatic service and during
the absence nf the Japane&o nnlbas
sador from Washington, lio 'took
churgo of the affairs of Iho ofllce.
While he did not admit It this morn
ing, when asked about his return to
Japan, It Is said that lie will bo ap
pointed n Jnpaucso Minister In ono
of tho Kurnpcsm countries. During
his hlioil stuy In prrt ho was dlnod
by Cnii8ul-Gononil Uyeno.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
'-.- . r"wi
JOURNALISM 'TIS FUNNY BUSINESS
llj J. K. .IIJNKIN, publisher
Journalism Is Indeed n funny busi
ness; there's no other in tho world
Lawyers, doctors, merchants, me
chanics and unskilled laborers nil
havo.' jhelr holes, bill thero Is no placo
for the editor to lay his head.
When ho Is In trouble ho has no
hole. After tho smoko of battle has
cleared uway, after tho spring elec
tion ,ls iner, tho doctor goes back to
his pills and ncrotio scorns lo bother
him again; (ho lawyer slips into court
and what ho said is forgotten; the
other classes nnd conditions of men
fade, Into tho background nnd become
part of tho landscape,
Hut the editor sticks up like a sore
too In n high wind. What ho said nnd
what they thought ho said and whal
ho should havo said nnd never said
nnd what he might havo said, but
dldn'.t, nsstimo n historic Importance,
and men lay nwako nights hating his
If ho stands by tho ticket ho Is nc
cused of bossing tho town; It he tnkc
to tho brush ho la called n coward
who is playing both sides; If ho clear
ly Indicates that ho doesn't enro a
tinker's obstruction whether school
keeps or not hotli sides claim ho h
secretly helping tho other side.
It's a funny business. In times of
great public stress over tho electlot
of a member of tho, fcIiooI board oi
lite chousing by n sovereign peoplo ol
it candidate for tho council tho editor,
whoso real business is to furnish a
reliable medium for tho purveyor of
prunes und farm Implements, drugs,
paints nmf spiral corBcls lo ndvertlso
his wares, the, editor becomes a storm
Nay, more, ho Is n doormat, n kick
ing post, a red rag and a casus belli
all wrapped In one neat package nnd
sold at a dollar n year
Oahu vs. Fifth Cavalry
Moanalua Polo Field
July 4th. 3 p.m. Tickets $1.00
MAUI PINE GETS
Deal Completed by Which Cal
ifornia Canneries Company
Becomes Selling Agents;
Development of Maul as n pineap
ple producing section, as well as tho
entry of Japanese Into nctivo coin pe
tition for tho mainland maikels U
forecast In a deal that lins been made
hy tho Maul linenpplo company nnd
tho California Canneries Company. By
tho terms of this deal, tho mainland
concern will handle tho Maul output,
and plnns nro well along for adver
tising tho Maul pine as It has never
been advertised before
Tho "Maul pineapple company Is
controlled by Japanese, and llttlo Is'
heard of It In the fruit business, ns
It Is overshadowed by the Polo. Inter
ests and tho former Consolidated
Pineapple, now tho Ilawairi'rcserv
Ing Company. Ilowovcr, the Maul
concern Is going ahead fust and this
year expects to havo n pack of about
Attorney C. C. Hitting, who was re
cently on tho const, reiHMCiitctl tho
Valley Island company In the deal by
which the .California Cannorlos com
pany bccomcB tho selling ngcuta. . On
tho coast It was stalod that tho can
neries company, u Ban Francisco cor
poration, had Inkcn over control of
tho Maul company, but this was do
llied by Mr. nittlng today.
Therc was little break In the stock
... .nniin. indHv. Wnlalua, which
tbowed homo promise of Mrengthenlng
by hales between boards at ll-.o'i,
dropper half n point at tho morning
....union of tho Honolulu exchango and
I now Is 112 as compared to Iho last ro
1 .... i in !wii.v nt lis. Thirty
iVhares of Hawaiian Kugnr went nt
41.S0 between boards, nnd 20 shares or
Olsa changed handb nt t.SO
Tho Malaysian peninsula runner
companies wliose hondepmrters urn
Ihtj with tho Waterhouso company
TnnJong Olok and Paining nro reor
gunlilng, their capital stock on the
plnns decided upon nt tho annual meet
ings early this mouth. On June 21
of Sterling (Kim.) Bulletin.
Ho has no right, tltlo or Interest to
his own opinion, his soul Is mort
gaged, mid ho can't hreatho without
a meter or think without having his
motives set upon by the coroner nnd
subjecting his after-thought to cross-
In such times as Ihesn some, man
whom he has lived with ns neighbor
and friend for thirty years takes tho
street Ilka n mad dog, yelping nnd
kl-odtlng In rage. Ha carries tho pa
per folded (o show tho Infnmous Item;
ho points tho finger, of scorn at it and
yells Ilko a circus calliope, nt tho
wrongs nnd Injustices of his mlscr
iblo lot. Ho digs up somo old, threo
duo Item printed in tho big corn year
if '8!) nnd holds It up, "though lost lo
light to memory dear," nnd ou'd
think that fellow and the editor had
occn bitter, burning enemies for n,
'ong hateful generation instend of old
What though ha walk his feet off,
wear his fingers out, yell his lungs
ooso for his homo town, does it mnko
iny difference when an old friend
'akcH tho BtrcctT Not a bit. Ills
irtcvanco breeds others. Smoldering
miners of other differences nro tin
ovorcd, the dead past exhumes Itself,
ind ho wnlks down tho street n hu
nan pariah. He Is tho social and
iinrnl leper. He Is tho pink whlsk
troil disturber of tho public peace.
He Is the fountain of nil tho troubles,
all tho misfortunes, nil tho tribula
tion, to which tho town lias been heir
In thirty years.
And yet Journalism Is Iho greatest
business In tho world. It is full ot
largo opportunities nnd deep red over
drafts, rlfo with glory nnd prono to
sorrow as sparks lly upward. But
nevertheless nnd howsomover It's a
'TnnJong- Olok's capital was Incte'asc'd"
ifrnni J2S0.OOO to t.100.000, 2500 shares
of par 120 each to lie offered with 270
shares of treasury stock to tho present
stockholders, Pnlmng'rt stock Is In
creaied by the Issue of thirty dollars'
worth of treasury or unissued stock,
bringing Iho capitalization up to J.100,-'
000 authorized and J280.000 Issued.
During the prorating of tho Hock, the
stockhooks linvo been closed to trans
fers. Pahaiig's books being closed from
jJune 2t lo June 27, whllo TnnJong
Olok's books nro closed from Juno 27
to July 1.
i DAY'S OIL QUOTATIONS.
No sales wcro recotded today by
Iho Hawaiian stock exchange Oil
quotations wcro ns fellows;
linn. Con. Oil 1.75
Huitinuma Oil .35
Temptnr II audi ,10
Vcnluiii DM Dov... .03 .nr,
I'urlsslmn Hills Oil.. .20 .25
Mrs. John I,. (Jack) Gardner, one
nf Bohlnn'H wenlthlcst (society 'wo
men nnd owner of a noted collection
of art ticusiircs. Is seriously III at
her famous mnrhlo residence In tho
Bark Bay, Boston. ,
It In the hands of skillful man.
ou gat full vlua for your monty
whan you laavs your watch wllh
ut for adjustment.
Ws guarantee our work and
charge no more than you may
pay for poor service.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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