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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
' 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.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory ot Hawaii.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, unyvhttc lit U 9 ... .4 .7 fl
Vfj Qnartti. mivrhce 'n U S , J.oo
! War, u "huc tr. U S H,ot
ftt YMt, pot,.tiil. lorr.Rd 12.00
et Si Moutm , 9 A
Tcr Yctt, ttiyvrhcie lu U S, . l.t o
Per Ynr Miywhcre u Ctud, I.Ro
Pet Vcr poktiw'd, fouijru J.m
HSPaCNfl I t-icutoricil Rooms,
.jutted t the I'mtr.niiv al HoDomla
m nrtoiitl-clfi.3 mftl'er
JULY 1, 1911
iht, never wall fur poM-iiinrtein
pruHc Sim-.iK I In- kind vmrds which
line prompt, uml rtiiirinber .tti.it
vtorils i'f Imlue.Uuiliiess an- llir het
possible Ionic ulilrli can In- given
even Id the luipplcsl nf innrlnK
Knlo 'I'll uti.) It 1 mills.
When In doubt decorate Decorate
't At lnast everyone has been remind
jfcoil tli:it the Konrlh is coming.
J? You can't II ml anything I lie m.-iltcr
4Vlth Hawaii liy nailing tho bank
Again it Is proved tli.it llnuoliilii in
tlo plnco for lulior ftiintcliura tu pass
their time comfortably
Among tlie other good things or the
.cocou, thin in mnguillccut growing
weather for sugar cane.
It If ll't Kll IIIIK'll lllC KlipiTVlFOr lift
It l.i the ru.iilH that the
Miholute pmhlhition nf oi!iiin may
be theoretically collect, hut it puts
iiif!i u iiremluui nil tlio silt nt Miiug
gilng that olio minders whether thn
good done l.i ninth the pii.-o of (or-i-optlon
that It costs.
Madison nf Kansas coining to the
rescue of Roosevelt for what he die!
In tin I'liiliulelphia tiignr nlfalr Ik a
voilrher for Koosovelt's good stand
ing in the Insuigotit runlci, ai well
us a sulllrlcnt explanation of his
course In the matter when President.
Will anyone who favors the pres
ent system of conducting and paying
Tor the( garbage collection of Hono
lulu, please speak up.
Mott-Ginltli has undoubtedly only
vio bu Informed of tho citizens Mho
lvrlll servo nx volunteer Inspectors to
put them Immediately at work. ,
Don't stop uml squabble by the
jwhyside. Tho ptoplo want" results
rami there is so much to do that time
Is wasted haggling oer It.
Notice ban been slvi 11 that on July
tint tho leal attack on tho mosquito
.will begin, and the mntquito must go
(Tills means Unit you must help.
Honolulu can have a freo garbago
KjBtPti), and Honolulu call have lis
school houses properly repaired and
equipped. It in only a question nf
whether tho people want It done, and
the Supervisors have the nerve and
piogrc3slvo spliit tn face tho situa
tion and go forward.
I''iee garbage service inn easily he
Instituted in the city of Honolulu.
Isn't a special tax of one-twentieth
of one por lent on the real and per
sonal property of tho city better thnn
a terrillc prke of port quarantine
p'lld at some later day as a penalty
for not keeping thn city clean.'
Veudois of food products who
won't follow the orders of the health
! authorities aro opening up splendid
business opportunities for .thoso who
Cltleiis of Honolulu are not al
ways interested In having tho Super
visors tell them what can't be (lone.
Tim cMMiige citlen has considerable
common senhu and he would ilko In
hae u statement from the supervisors
of tho various business nltuatlons
they liatn to meet, what they ho to
do with and how it might bu done.
That is the only way to gain support
for .Kcomplishiug results that keep
pace with a growing and lgorous
What better news could the I'rcsl
tdont hno rroin this part of the coun
' try on the rourtli of July than a
message that we nie all unanimous
Honolulu Is a griming city, anil
thoce who would make the most of
tho iii.ignlllccnt opportunities of the
coining mouths and yearn should as
sist In the forward muetnent on
Honolulu real nslnto ollen kcciiis to
enjoy n (Inner marki t than the sugar
securities, and rightly enough. Pearl
"Harbor and tho Panama canal sue fac
tors in the future growth of Honolu
lu that thn tarllf cannot and will not
Road Hows comes from Hawaii
County that it has money lu the tieas
urruud Is again on a sound business
basis. That's what comes of putting
t!ut tho "plug hat brigade" and put
ting In tho progressive )oiing men to
run tho affairs of tho County.
Not tho IraRt of Volunteer Inspect
or lleardmoro's good wotk on ('loan-
up day was taking tho lime to ncord
uml plnco befoic the President of the
ltoaivl of Health his cxpctletKCK mid
his suggestions If more people
would do this in.ilead of con lining all
their talk to the street comer iikhpiu
bly, It would he n real help
Several Choice Lots
1. Cno lot on 12th avo
2. Ono nod ono half
lots, Block 87.
3. Ons lot, Dlock 10.
1. Ons and ons halt
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ne-ir Wylllo St. .. .130 per month
Mnklki District . . . .175 per month
Upper Port St., ono
block from Null
nun cur HOpcrmnnth
All very denlrablo irslilcn:is
mid completely fnrnliln.il.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Tltfi Best Photo Paper
To be liml only nt
office Adams Lane Is open from 7 a.
ir to 11 p. in. except on Sundays, when
it i open from 8 to 10 a. m, and from
D:SO to 11 p. m.
isficd with a re.-iponnc that It can't he
It must he dotio If the City anil
County of lloiiotulii is In retain a rep
utation as n competently governed
A Crato uf Six Selected Pines or a
Largo Buncli of Bananas
Simply leave your order -wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(Willi Wells, Cargo i:pri-ss Company)
SAFE AND SANE FOURTH.
The cry for a safe and sane Koiirth
has almost put the I'nuitli nut of bus
lliess in Honolulu, but the day is by
no means beyond hopo of revival
A safo mid sane Fourth docs not
mean that tho rouith ot duly celebra
tion shall he held in chinches, but
merely that a movement Is on foot for
a "Bufo and sane" Jubilation, and the
results show a gratifying reduction
in tho number of Fourth of July acci
dents which must bo classed as avoid
able. It cannot be expected that the av
rago American boy or girl will bo
content to spend tho Fourth of July
tip-toeing around Mm liouso They
are entitled to and nliould enjoy tho
day in something like the old way,
but It remains for the parents to sco
tn It that all the death-dealing prac
tice are eliminated A I it (In com
mon sense with lots of enthusiasm
will ensuio a proper celebration of
No moto 1 i-.ii.iili exists for blowing
etorythiug up. nu thn Fourth than
ihnre Uflot ill hands to get glor
This Is important if true.
At its last session tho Legislature
provided .the funds to give the
children In theso Islands compe
tent teachers Considerable sums
wero also appropriated fiom Territor
ial funds fur new and permanent
Tills was done on the aiisumptlou
and entlicly coriect theory, that the
local governments, or thn people
through their local governments,
yotilil provide the money to give the
chlldien commodious, clean and com
fortable school houses
To meet this necessity of the pub
lic schools Is ono of the lespoiisihil
Itien nf the otllcl.its of thn local gov
ernment Tho peoplo will not he sat
FUNDS FOR 4IH
HAVE BEEN GIVEN
(Continued from Poos 1)
ward Until ball rooms on Hie roof nf
the Yntiim Hotel will be used for the
il.ineliiK The Imll rooms will lie li
eluiiKO of li M. Clicatlmni mid (). 0
Swain, iissl.steil by Cus Murphy, Ar
thur 1 Wall, Kennith Drown, William
Thonip.-iin. lid Tovvse, Colonel J. W
Jones, t'luulcH Crane, W. T. Schmidt
mid .1 T Carey.
A featuro of the ill cor.ltlonn will lie
the (onibiiinliiin of American mid llrlt-
isb colors to be used
Tho Inter-Island nteanier Iwalinl
Is an in rival fiom Klpaliulit thin
molding with -H I Haiku sugar, -II
hales wool ami 17 p'ickages sundries
Tho olllceis repcrt that lion nucha
sugar still awaits i.hlpmcnt a( Klpi-hiilii
79K-BULLETIN ADS PAY-sV
W e 1 1 t It ii 1 1 1 1 n Ml per rear.
BUILDINGS FORjCIIOOL CHILDREN
No money for public school build
ing improveiii' uts mid uciessltlcn In
'ho city mid county of Honolulu
a (ierinap) were
An Irishman uml
tramping it on the mail.' Thuyv ywi
both very hungry, mid luckily a fmX -er
along the way guvo I hem u largo
piece of broiled beefsteak. They (lid
nut know how to ilivlilo it, tin . (ho
Irishman propos.d that each of them
should tuke one end of tho moat be
tween their teeth with a llrm grip
Tho Irishman was to say, "Aro you
ready?" and tho two wnro In pull.
Whatever portion of tin- meat each mm
Sot vrns to ho his mnal They both
agrcod to this mid gripped tho moat
With thWr tenth.
"Am you ready?
Tho (lei man said
A woman hoarded a car on Ilroad
way going south "Does this car Atop
at tho Iliitloiy?" she asked tho con
diulor "If It don't you'll have thn swim of
Ho Hut couldn't you learn to lovo
me, AnnaV Shu I don't think I could,
Hairy. Ho (reaching tot liKhnt) It
Is aH I feared you -no to ''
Bargain In Makiki District
Living room mid dining loom, with
paneled and solid licini tellings, win
dow seats, built-in sideboard and book
cases. Front lanal built of moss stone with
lirld. plllir.s; screened back lanal;
klli hen with gun, hot and cold water;
hath, lavatory and large closets; three
bedrooms; mosquito proof throughout;
cement walk Near two cor lines. No.
1100 Matlock iivrnuo Prlco... $3300
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
HONOLULU, T. H.
If It's New You Will Find It At, 1
I We Are Progressive
jS M-1I MHRCIIANDISE vc sijc now showing places the store of
M JORDANS preeminent in tlie Dry Gootls Trade of Honolulu,
m The magnificent display in every department has won for us this week
5 congratulations from the ladies of this city.
JJ We are proud of our grand stock, knowing that , better goods, more
2 exclusive ideas, and sterling value are not procurable anywhere. The lady
a who sends her money out of town is the one we specially appeal to. Our
3 prices will compare favorably with the largest mainland store. Oursel
JS ection of suitable merchandise is hard to beat anywhere.
3 Help us build up Honolulu by shopping at home.
jjj We have the goods. We invite your account.
jg We stand back of our stock with tlie guarantee of money returned
if not satisfied. You can do better right here in our store than most
We respectfully ask your kind inspection.
SMALL TAX WUl
(Continued Irom Page 1)
Day hy not coinml slon a Unlit
number of voluntier luppistois, to as
sist tio iegiil.tr Inspector-!, fr tlie out
"Itegnrilliig tlie iuii,sullu cainpiilgu.
Tlie chias of people that generally live
in the (ountry dlxtrktH mo not liu lined
to be so mindful of their comforts and
those of other peoplo us their city
friends. It M-etu.s useleps for Tom Jones
on ll( tetania street or John Smith on
Punchbowl street to take nil pii.c.m
tlonii poKHlbli) with Ids tin cans mid
bottlen, In older to pi event thn breed
ing nf UlonipiltneH oil Ills pi dulses, if
the people lit tlie liisnl of our valleys
mid outlying illslrUU are bretdiiiK tliein
by til" million, by nculcitlug In cnyir,
wltll line vvftii, Ihe bnrrels used for
CjilchliiK lain vvulrr. UikI Saturday I
personally overturned lliree large Inr-
lels, one or wlilcii was full or green
slime mid loutnlind enoiigli laniia to
sallsfv nil Honolulu
"I vvlih oil to eounlilci- Ibis letli r
ill th "friendly i-plrlt in wbleli It Is lu
tended mid would like to see you put
lllU llllltter nf willllltccl inspection up
to tlie liupinvi mi nt clubs llillove me,
'(Signed) 1) 1' HUAUDMOIti:.'
lliinglng about fourteen thousaiil
haiuls of fuel oil, the American ship
I'iiIIk of Clyili was hioughl limldu
the harbor hy Jho Jlntson Navlgalltn
lug Inlivpld IIiIh morning
(Co.illniieil from Page 1)
i.omethlui; must bu done to belter
When M'on bv a icpieii illative of
the II ii I lot lu this morning, Ur
"I latlior favor a pIjii that I llud
In vogue tlinuigliuiit a number o( cit
ies lu (leimany. The luethod pur
sueil llieio is In ashess a nominal
iharge for tho collection of gaibige
II is tho duty of police olllcors as well
as smltiiry iuspectoin lo see that all
piemlhcs located In lliclr ioriK'ctlo
dictrlelH or heals, are kupt clean,
Wlioio this condition doeti not pro
villi, Iho piopetty uvvner whose pieni
Ihos mo lound Insanilirry, Is nt once
iiotlllcd hy tho piopcr uiilhoiillCH.
"If tho mailer Is mil nieedlly ruum
dled, mi in I est follows and upon con
viction tho householder Is thuu ns
bestcd a small flue.
"An absolutely fn-o (illectlou of
garliiigo, In my osllmallou vvnuld lu-td
to tho peoplo exporting much nunc
than could bo aecomplUhed by Iho
foice nl our coniniand.
"Its Ihodil bliu-y (ilvo somo peo
plo cake and thoy will kick because
tho.lco cicum duos not go with it"
IJ A llKILNDT, president of Iho
O.ihu Central Impiovemeiit Coiniult
tee, has received the olliclal tlianks of
President II A. Mutt-Smith of Iho
I loa id of Health, who expresses bin
aiipreei.il ion of tlie wotk done on
- LI t ft ii 1 1 e 1 1 n f I ner ynr.
Among tho nnlvals of Inler-lslanil
sleaiiuira today was the Noeau fiom
Kitual polls with I hi on thousand sacks
sugar mid nlno liundied sacks lice.
Tho vessel met with j-oimh wonlher
nu thu hoiiigwiiid trip.
Many lU'imotids have been lost
by luglcctlng to liavo worn-out
lug claws rcp.ihed soon ciioiikIi
Our prlcea for lechiwlng and
reniniiutlug aro ipiilo inoilerate,
thn service prompt, und tho
workmanship the bent.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,