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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIOAY, JUNE 30, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
'CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
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JUNE 30, 1311
Fouvarcl, as occasion offers, Ncvei look round to see
whether any man shall note it. . . . Bo satisfied with
success in oven the smallest matter, and think that even
such a result is no tiifle. Maicus Aurclius,
PAY NOWJR LATER.
Free uarbage collection does not have to await a session
of the Legislature if the people of this city really want the
place kept clean.
At the last session of the Legislature a law was passed
that allows the local government to levy taxes according to
the necessities of public service. The City and County of
Honolulu therefore possesses all the means necessary to con
duct and equip the garbage department as it should be,
paying therefor in the manner that is thoroughly business
like and proper.
Supervisors may fear that the levy of a very small garb
age tax would immediately raise a cry of increased taxation.
No doubt of it. But the real issue is whether the citizens
of Honolulu actually want their town kept clean, and cer
tainly cleanliness cannot be assured with the present equip
ment and under the present system of garbage collection.
The garbage collection equipment is about the same as
it was ten years ago. The work to be done has increased,
v at the least calculation, ten times more than the means to
Supervisors have a straight business proposition before
them which they should approach in a businesslike way,
and place a definite, clear-cut proposition before the people.
Then it will be possible to determine whether a clean city is
wanted now and for the future, or our property holders pre
fer to put off the day of spending money to keep the city
clean .wait for an epidemic and be forced to pour out their
money like water and lose hundreds of thousands of dollars
in business, while getting rid of the epidemic and the port
They also knock who morcl Bland
Of rourso Harvard won, Honolulu
man In (he boat
Observation of tlio stork shoot
gives I lie Impiesslon Hint Hawaii Is
still m iking money ut practically the
sumo old rate
Honolulu can't lie run liy tliu pln-
lllltll Wlolj though ll ProglOSS
nilsht lio slightly retarded liy the
l.ltllo lloiioliilan numbers
Honolulu has everything to do
w.lth 'I ho only ipiostlon In whether
the people want action and will sup
port It. or prefer merely to talk.
Motl-fniltli has the solid support
of people who nmonnt to anything In
hid constructive work for the per
manent Improvement of Honolulu
Why tlio surplus funds do not tlntl
Investment In homo lnsmniicb com
panies Is una of the myslcilcs that
the itvcingo citizen has never heen
nlilu to explain
.Men limits appear to have at last
waked up to a realisation of the
worth of evident on 0f life nnj pat
riotism on the fourth of July. It Is
hitter to hue Started Into than
Those cnptalns of Industry
weio so widely ndvcrtlsul In
magazines some jcurs ugo mo now
newly all to bo found numbered
among the Indictments returned by
federal grand Juries
I Irst ilorornto your place of busi
ness on the Fourth Then If you wn.nt
In laeklo jour nose, that's your bus
iness Honolulu business men should
show by the uppenrance of their bus
iness he.tditmrtors that they have not
fuigntten the fourth of July.
It Is ulmiit tlmo Honolulu stlried
Itmlf to do something nt homo, and
not leuo all the celebrating to the
other Islands. Tills city should ho
liiiule the ntttnrlltn ceutet as well ns
itlie , natural center of the Havel of
Let It not bo suppoocd that tho
Piesldcnt h.ts forgotten tlio American
mm rrli.nu mat Inc. so mietsary to the
elliilenc) or out navy That tight will
be no less deloi mined than tho ton
test fitr doser trade relations with
Tho thirtieth of Juno finds business
good, the bank balances larger than
cvei, more money paid out Saturday
night than ccr bifore, more people
In town and only tho natttial born
cioil.cru luno cattso to complain Ho
nolulu Is growing bigger and tho
duly of tho citizen Is to mako It it
more attraetlvo plaio to IIo In
Charge for the garbage sen len and
charge for tho iimi of the sewers arc
among the follies of government for
whU.li the people have noun other
than themselves to blame Tho pol-'
Icy Is utterly wrong and is only per
petuated by popular Indlrfcicnco and
the short sighted cry against on ad
justment of general tnxeH to suit tho
changing conditions In tho town
An unconfirmed rumor was sprend
about tho cltj lodnj that A V
d.ims, rornier Mtrctnij and trcasut
cr of tho Hawaiian t'lnenpplo Com
pans, hail injslurloii'd) disappeared
In San fratieisco and that minder
There woro about bIx hundred ix
plo connected with tho various
church organizations In tho terrltoiy
called on Queen Ulliiokulunl at hair
past ono todaj Tho reception was
noii nt Washington Pisco
(Continued from Pg 1)
not .know of tlio tll(ico of certain
plKhtlcs or of it conduit us sliuwit by
in) toMtlnioii) In the swimming inn
Tlio rule uKiilimt hears i evldrnco was
vcrj slrlctl enforced In that case As
liroH'ilent of the ltnaril of llutlth I dn
not ko nrnuud to visit every plus!
(oiidult, newir pipe, ptlvj cesspool und
tho lll.o In tho city. I leave that to
Several Choice Lots
1. One lot on 12th ave
2. One and one half
lots, Block 8.
3. One lot, Clock 10.
4. Ono and one half
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
Near Wjlllu St. .. .JM per month
Muklki District. . . . J7G per month
Uip r fort St t ono
block from Nuu
unu car ICO per month
All very dcidrnblo rcslduiico
und completely furnUhed
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave our order wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(Will. Wills, lVrgo Express Coiupuny)
Its propir ill paitnunt, the sanitation
It p it tin. nt nu cotihl go nut tod ty
and Mud it minor mils-inco In John
Doe's linilc janl, tlm report of which
hint ptssiil uiKliniit) ojo In the mass
of ilrtall brniiKht III lij tlio h.inltnry
Insjiiclors If jou nsKid me, 1 couht
not swc.tr that it niilsuiuu ixlstdl In
John Due's luuk Mini As In 'half-
time," I ilo not rimcmhir making that
statement In tho swimming cafe It Is
not n question of tlmo or half-time,
hovvevtr, but, ns abovo stated, i itics
tlon of elllelcncj And that iitiestUm I
am willing to Icnvo open
from time to tlmo jnu havo suggest
ed that the health matters of the Tcr
rltnrj should ho turned ovet to the
arm), to the Public Hinllli and Ma
rino ltnpti Service, to tho I'liVrnl
olllcirs, tn the snullury (omiiilssloii, or
Tho Best Photo Paper
To be bad only ut
rttlirst A tin n I .. a a la . t.. 7
uii(v. nu.ni, aM0, ia vp.ll I, will r w.
rr. to 11 p. m. except on Sundays, when
it is open from 8 to 10 a. m. and from
5i30 to 11 p. m.
i kubrnuiii; i a t
u coinpleto rcqrgunlrutlon efticted.und
that, anyway, l'cjlcrnl ipouey should
lie secured. Criticism or suggestion
vvlikh builds up Is Mtluable Now, It
might liu well fur jou to go Into thcsO
mnltirs, as well us the true Uttcicncy
of the llutrd of Health, nnd point out
the real nilvantahis of a change; what
would bo gained thereb) ; how It should
bo done, mid what would be the le-
i tilting adjustments not only finni tho
health, but from tlm' Tirrltorlnl stand
point; and what vnuld bo the ndvisa
I'Mltj of n change.
hlncn tho nliovo wns written you int
tho following words Into Dr. Pratt's
mouth which wiro nrvr uttered by
him The wotils referred to aro In
jour Ishuo of June -'J, 1911, under tho
title of 'Little Interviews," and mo us
"Dlt I'HATT I've got my now car
nnd It Is a beauty 1cinl-tiimic.iii Cad
illac. The itiinor n fused to divulge his
name, hut I don't rare, so lung as bo
hns dlvulhed Ihn car"
III llw of the rnct that tho "now
car' was presented to Dr Pratt 1i elt
l7tns In appreciation of his work nnd
that thexi eltlens for tho pint mo
tives do not vvjsh their names ills
elocil, I need not character. nur
motive or method In creating and In
serting the above paragraph other than
to call ptiblln ntlintlon thereto Dr.
Pnttt has his own remedies, ns also
have I In regard fo another decision
when ou, did tho panic thing to me.
Yours very truly,
1). A, MOTT-SM1TII
t , u h i . x '7 v ft
OUR GRAND OPENING of NEW MERCHANDISE, as announced,
will be ohown TOMORROW amd i'RIDAY.
We aro confident tho magnificent display will more
than please you. This showing will be a revolation
to tho Dry Goods Business of this City.
Wo cordially extend you an invitation, and respect
fully ask your inspeation
Regarding the merits of tho, Morohandiso in Every
Department we are thoroughly happy and contented to
await your verdict.
Your3 very sincerely,
CLEAR OFF HEAVY DEBT AND,
NOW PUT MONEY IN TREASURY
Bargain In Makiki District
Living rooin und dining room, with
paneled und solid beam ceilings, whi
tlow seuts, built-in sideboard und book
cubes, I'ront htnal built of mossjilono with
brick pillars; screened back lanul;
kltelun with gas, lint and cold witter;
bath, lavatory und largo closets; threa
bedrooms; inusipilto-pronf throughout;
ctnidit vvulk Near two cur lines No,.
1400 Matlock in lime. Price $3300
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET HONOIULiT, T. H,
Hawaii county, with tho assistance'
of considerable flunnctcrlng by (he
now botrrt of supervisors, has clcnr-J
cd oil a debt of J57.000. kept up nil
necessary work and Is now well to
tho good with a nlco llltlo sum In the
treasury, nccordlng to Charles II.
Swain, treasurer of tho county, who
Is In Honolulu on a short business
Swain says that ull tho epithets
that were hurled agaliifct tho supci
vlsois of Hawaii county for Incfllclont
administration might "hold good
against tho old board, but that tlio
new board Is making a record, and
that never again under tho kind ot
administration that Is In force now
will the gentlemen from the largo Isl
and let tho county get Into tho nolo,
"Wo don't, appropriate a dollar un
less tho funds mo In blcht to meet
tho bills," said Tioasuror Svvalu thll'
morning. "The county has aucceetl-J
ed In getting off tho warrant lnsls
and now pays Us omplojcs In cash'
nnd moots tho bills promptl."
A vigorous policy of cutting down
running expenses and stopping big
appropriations for now work hns been
followed by tho board, particularly
In reganl to county roads, nnd as a
result, tho county is back on Its fin
Treasurer Swain says that Delegate
Kultlo's declared Intention to heat
Ciov. Trcar out of a renpiKilntnicnt
hns stirred up a lot of political talk,
und that many leading politicians of
Hawaii would llko to sco tho dclcgato
lctum to Congress for another son
slon, whether or not Frcar Is reap
pointed. Ho snys that both havo In
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, June 30.
SAN ntANCISCO Juno 30: Sailed,
S. S. Arlzonnn, for Seattle.
OIIAYS HAIUIOR Juno 29: Arrived,
Schr. W. .1. PntlcrBon, honco Juno 9.
OftAYS HAnilOIl Juno 29: Arrived,
Schr. Mclioso from Hilo, Juno 10.
TYvv clisoaMM wltwjt dt) not
llircntcn the life of tlm jmtietit
c.mso nioro siifTt'iitig, more tut
lia'iimics. iu tlm family, nioio elis
tmbmice to tlio homo life, tlmii
sick IumiIiujIic. The disorder ia
tlierefoio worthy of tho most caio-
fill study mid ultention. iMmiy e,tt win ho cured. Somo may bo
iiiL'tiiitlile hut tht"o ciin lie tilleviittctl nnd'tho uttaeks made lets fie-
cjiiciit, an impiovcinuiit well worth the olfurt.
An thing which t(ii(U to lower the "tone of tho body orjeratea
to biing on nu attack and when the system is "toned up" the attacks
lictomo less frequent or disapneatt altogether. Tims indihcrctions
of diet will produce an attack as will a sudden shock, grief or other
mental distill baiue. After a vacation spent in tlio open air, or
when tho genei id health is especially good, theio is freedom from
gttack. These facts led to tho so-called tonic treatment for sick
headache and for years J)r. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo
havo been used with good Jesuits in numberless eases.
Mrs. Kuthorlno Itupcrd, of No. 1270 Sunset Iloulovnrd, Los Angeles, Cal",
says: "I sufforcd with sick headaches for years. When they begun they
would occuro about evory three months. Then they becamo moro frequent
and for years I had them overy two weeks. WIiIIq. they lasted I was often
(onllucd to bed. Tho pain was mostly in tho back of my head and lasted
from two to live days During tho attacks I would be very dizzy nnd it
seemed as though 1 was going blind. I was treated by doctors for many
years but when I gavo up taking their medicine I would soon bo us badly
off as over. I decided to try Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills as I had seen thorn t
recommended for cases similar to mine. Tho pills helped me vory soon
and, us they were tho only medlclncthat left no bad effects, I kept on with
them. I haven't had a headache in I don't know how long and I feel cer
tain that I am entirely cured "
A new LiMi'the, PINlCriETSjjlosigned to bo used in connection
with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, iitlords a perfect combination tieat
meiit. The-Hi littlo hixutivo pills slightly stimulato tho stjinacli and
IhivvcIh and uct on tho liver. They aio mild, sugar-coated, entiiely
U'gclable, do not giipo and havo no habit-creating tendency. A
sample will Ikv wiit frea on retjuost together with our pamphlet on
tho treatment of Mtk headache. SI I, j- .
Dr. Williams' 1'lnk lllls for
I'alo l'cople nro Hold by nil
druggists or will bo sent, post
paid, on receipt of price, 50 E
rents per box; six boxes, Jli.uO,
by tho Dr. Wllllums Medicine
Co, Schenertiidv, N Y The
genuine pills mo sold only In
patkitges bearing the vv.e!
knowu trade-mark as shown
Considerably tired from his work,
h E I'lnkham, representing tho Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association lif
recruiting labniers In tho Philippine
Islnnds,i returned to Honolulu today
ns a passenger in tho Pnclflc Mall
Plnkhnm has been nt thu head of
recruiting operntlons In tho Philip
pines for something llko thrco jcars.
Tho flrs( attempts mndo by lilm, as
well as his assistants Steven nnd
Wagner to enlist Filipinos In and
about Cebti und Hollo met with con
Tho troublo ut one tlmo becimn so
acuto down In tho Southorn islands
that no less Important personage than
His Ilxccllency Governor Oencr.1l W
Clnmcron Forbes wns obliged to pay a
visit to tho dlstuilicd district uiuT "
bear tho ollvo branch of jieaco. Tho
fight maintained against tho Hawaii
an labor recruiters did not tcrmlnnin
until after a mob of several hundred
mcstlsns nnd Spaniards had attempted
to drlvo Agent Stovcn from Jnro, a
small town not fnr distant from Cchu.
Plnkltam was met nt tlio wharf lis
Special Agent Ilojnl D. Mead of tho
Planters' labor bureau.
Plnkhnm declined to commit him
self ns to his future movements
though bo intimated In a conversa
tion that he mlgh't return to tho Phi
lippines within a few months. In that
event ho might mako tho Journoy by
tho way ofXuropo aud tho Sttoz C,t
mil. Messrs Stevon nnd Dahbltt uie at
present In chnrgo of labor recruiting
work In tlm Philippines.
Leaves of ubsenco havo heen grant
ed, taking effect on or about July 5,
to Veterinarian Thomas H, Edwards,
Mb Cavalry, and Lieutenant Charles
S. CafTcry, 2nd Infantry, of Schotlold
Mr. Edwards' leave extends until
August IS nnd Lieut. Cattery till Aug
Wekly Ha 1 1 Attn SI per Tr.
Many diamonds havo been lost
by neglecting to havo worn-out
ring claws repaired soon enough
Our prices for rcclavvlug nnd
remounting nr,o uulto moderate,
tho service prompt, and tho
workmanship tho best.
H. F. Wicl)man
& Co.. Ltd.,
4 Leading Jcw.lera .