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EVENING) BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
, in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Fakkington,
iivuiniinu hum .irriN
l-ei Mouth, euwliere In 0 8 . ,7H
'-eiUiurttt,iirhttt'iiUS ,,., a.iMi
Itt Vrar, nyj'lieteluUS H.oi
Tf r Vcti, poil.eitl, forttmi, ,,. la.oo
i tidltorlal Rooms,
. --. . ......
"litis lovilj- I.iiiiI, 1 1lls glorious !!
rl), Hit- tlinr piiriluise of titir fathers,
lire ours; ours In injur, ours to lire
serif, ours In tninsmll. ('incrutiiius
past mid t-riiiTntlous In (unit' liulil tis
r'Hnitis1iIc for (In- oiirrril trust. Our
fulliirs from hdilinl inliiiiuiMi us with
tlitlr uiixliitis liultriiiil voices; pus.
U'rlljr mils mil to us from I lie bottom
of Hie fu I ii re i the world turns hither
lis tiolldjliiis ere nil, nil conjure ns
to ml vols-1) mill fnlllifiill) In the n
lilt foil tilitili am- hiistiiln." Mdisttr.
Danger of the severe licit damag
ing the crops Is another iortvnt (
Is there n shortage of competent
puBim-im In the ilty, that nonu wn
naiiitd fur tlio Harbor Commission?
1a t the ni'pitbllcnii iiduilnlstrntlou
Btaml for t flic iency In ull (lfp.irliiiunts
ami It tan't be worried by the crack
Honolulu enjoyed Itself on the
rourth mill puts down the Indepund
dice diy celebration of 1911 tin ulie
of w lib It to be proud, because the city
did po well on u Bhort notice.
So they want to revise the Ritgar
tarlfT. Well, the sooner the better,
and the more speedy tho return to the
former figure lu order to obtain
enough revenue to run tho country.'
, Isn't this !i food date to remember
that the next rourtli of July should
Unit Honolulu thoroughly prepared
with it bit; celebration on tup weeks
If there Is any surplus energy left,
let It be used for taking a Hhot at
the tnosipilto. Honolulu cannot he
( , rated as very snfu or entirely sane ho
' long us the mosquito holds Its pres
u ( cut nway.
k Clovernor Kroar's Harbor Commis
sion iiotnblu for one thing among
'"" others He has found men who are
lot otherwise associated with foul
hundred tinil llfty-nlno government
' positions. That's gratifying.
j. With so much to bo done and such
, a short time In which to do It, there
will ho no opportunity for public sor
vants to waste time In social duties
during the working hours uf tho de
partments. Not If a creditable rec
, ord Is to be made.
Now that the Civic Fedorntlon lias
(Ho hundred members and more, the
organization will bo a success and ac
complish n great amount of good If
It Is conducted us a representative
body in which nil elements aro given
a Hearing ana no deliberations are
held In secret.
While Delegate Kuhlo Is telling us
that bo won't run on the Territorial
record flovernor Frear has made, ho
might bo good enough to tell us whoso
record he will nccep so that the av
eiagu man can liiuko up his mind
whether to back an Improvement or
bo lu danger of going from bad to
Public officers who declare that a
thing can't be done, don't attract so
mucli favorable attention as those1
iwho see that It must be dortd and go
to Work and nt least show the peopbi
'rthe way. Men who refuse to accept
. . . , ....
liny hucii woru as "cau i uro tuo men
of tho hour at This stngo at the city's
Henry Allrenshoorsterbnettmor Is
"itlio iiuino of u man who lives In Mis-
JB0"r'- W supposo his friends call
ltls Hank Allrenshoersterbaeumer for
V' Frost What's tho dlffcrenco bo-
tweeu a debutanto and a suffragette?
t .Snow About twenty years.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
f! Sll'Montm .Mn
Per Vttf, Mfwhtlt lu U ) I. (Mi
Pet Y( si-yobm u CinsJa. I. Ho
I'd Vr i-mpi'il.loium a.i
Imered at thti PoetoAc at MoDnmla
m neconiWIasf malttr
.JULY 5, 1911
BE THE TEST.
Delegnto Kuhlo Interviewed In San
Kruntlsto repeats tho declaration of
war against Ooernor Prenr. I.ocul
Indications of alienation of support on
which the (Pernor has hitherto de
pended arc numerous, lCleiuents for
merly enthusiastic In their support
of the (!ocrnor lme become luke
warm mid Indifferent. Hut for the
present there Is no inudldato oppos
ing tho Coventor, mid until the oppo
sition unlets oil boiiteouo Its uttiv
itles will not amount to much.
Mumwlille, what of the Republi
Delegnto Kuhlo pnys he will oppose
the Republicans If tho Governor Is re
appointed Such mi opposition would
bo the most dnugerous the party lias
ever fated. Kuhlo could defeat the
Republicans If ho once set about to
Under theso circumstances there Is
Just ono safeguard for the Republi
cans, while tho Hxecutlvo head mid
the Ivcglslatltc bead arc lighting It
out that safeguard Is ctlklcucy In
High standards of efficiency would
sioe the party and It is tho only thing
that will In eent of the "worst com
ing to worsts
We doubt if thera was cor ft time
In recent history when tho neoplo
were morn keen for results In pro
gressUo go eminent thnn they aro to
day. Responsibilities aro being forced
upon the cltlVens of Hawaii und mora
especially tho City mid County of Ho
nolulu lit u rupld rate. Tho growth
of this city and tho now conditions It
Is fining from day to day call for
prompt action and tho carrying out
of broad and nggressho policies, on
the part of tho Territorial as well as
the munliipal officers.
If these responsibilities are met as
they should bo by the ameers In
charge, If progress takes tho place of
delay mid excuses, If results are of
fered quick results In thu place of
much talk, nothing can defeat tho
Republican part) not en u war be
tween tho Governor und tho Delo
gnto. In this connection the Honolulu
Supervisors hnvo a magnllicent op
portunity If they will rise to the oc
casion, und tho managers of tho Re
publican party have nn equally good
opportunity to make themselves solid
In public esteem.
Calling on those who enjoy tho
lesponslbilltles uf public ser
vice to "make good" In ull
particulars as thoy wonid when
gllng their services to a pri
vate enterprise or corporation, may
bo a new Idea In politics, but It will
certainly bo u winning card In the
situation that will bo before the pub
lic during the next nine months.
On the first duy of July tho Terri
torial nnd municipal administrations
enme Into control of tho appropria
tions und Bltottldored responsibilities
given by tho Legislature. Funds are
ample In most instances and the work
to be dona Is tremendous, fine year
from this dato the record so fur ns It
Influences the citizens at the polls
will have bten made. In other words
tho time In which tho standard of cf
lltlency must bo set Is comparatively
Tho elections will not bo won by
tho number of men who mnybe en
gaged on public work n year from
this date, but rather on the complet-
J oil product offoiod the largest
'He said ho cntiiti teach me to swim
In three lessons." "Aro you going to
let hlmj" "I should 'say not. Most
of my summer vniutlon fun Is learn
ing to swim."
"Sir, I offer your daughter a tine
old family namo and myself to boot."
"Yon needn't take tho trouble. I'll do
Homes near Pimahou
For Sale At
Lrg house, modern convenience,
merfUlunvsiied lot, with fruit treeti
near college. The price It low,
Well-built Vfiory bungalow, In
tnedlumtledr lot, with fruit treetl
pUte gluts windows. $4750,
Near Wylllo Bt....30permonth
Mnklkl District. . . ,f 7G p r month
Upper Port St , ono
block from Ifiiu
uiiii car JCO per mnntli
All very dcnlrablo reslden-ee
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leao your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Pnrgo Expreis Company)
amount of finished work In tho short
est possible time.
HOW OUR COUNTRY GROWS.
Most nptlroprlato to the Pottrtli of
July season when tho grandeur and
growth of the Nation aro uppermost
In tho minds of tho people Is tho Sta
tistical Abstract of tho United State's
Issued by ho Department of Com
ntercn and Lttbor, In sevon hundred
nnd fifty pages Is told the exact sta
tistical story of what n tremendous
country this is, and what has been
accomplished In material progress
from I S00 to the present time.
The ono hundred pages devoted to
itt-i - -;i
Since we began selling lots in this land we have learned A
thing or twoi
First That the real demand Is fof medium-size house lots;
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner has subdivided
the two large lots Into twelvo smaller ones, Containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-sized lots!
Second That the lots in this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? Because the lots are not remnants nor
undesirables left over aftir the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let us
FORT AND MEfiOHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T. X.
The Best Photo Paper
To be bad only nt
WII.I. UnCKIVK .SHIPS' MP.AriP.S
pp'TO r:u:vi:N' o'clock i:vi:uy
tho general subject of area nnd nat
ural resources nnd' population show,
the dnto of tho ndintsslou of each
Stnto and Territory mid their rcspec
tto areas, the Innjl urea umtppro-1
printed nnd unreserved, amounting in
1910 to 712 million acres, and form-
lng41 per cent of tho total land area
of tho country; swamps and oerlluv
lands, 7f, million ncros; de doped
watcrpowers, 5 1-X' million, horsepow
er; estimated eoal supply by stntes
und territories, estimated Iron oro
supply; tho number of farms Irrigat
ed, 107,000 In ltO, and number of
acres 11 million; the vnrlous Irriga
tion projects commenced und the re
spect hu inc.! to bo rcclulmed; popu
lation from 1790 by decennial jeais.
to tho present time, and population of
states nnd principal cities nt each
census; share which persons of for
eign birth form of tho population at
Mirlous dates; marriage and divorce
statistics; school population, enroll
ment, -and attendance, of pupils, jinl
crsltlcs, colleges nnd tethnlcul
schools, with students nnd Instruct,
ors; and temperature nnd rainfall for
various sections of tho country.
Tho fifty pages devoted to agricul
ture, forestry nnd fisheries show tho
number nnd acrengo of farms by de
cennial periods extending 'buck to
1880, vnluo of farm property by
Stntes and Territories' nmountlng to
oor 20 billion dollars In 1900, the
latost year for which completn stu-
1 If It's New You Wffl Find It Xt, 1
i JORDAN'S I ?
I We Are Progressive -
THE MERCHANDISE we are now showing places the store of
JORDANS preeminent in the Dry Goods Trade of Honolulu.
The magnificent display in every department has won for us this week
congratulations from the ladies 'of this city.
We are proud of our grand stock, knowing that better goods, more
exclusive ideas, and sterling value are not procurable anywhern. The lady
who sends her money out of town is the one we specially appeal to. Our
prices will compare favorably with the largest mainland store. Our sel
ection of suitable merchandise is hard, to beat anywhere.
Help us build up Honolulu by shopping at home.
We have the goods. We invite your account.
We stand back of our stock with the guarantee of money returned
if not satisfied. You can do better right here in our store than most
places. We respectfully ask your kind inspection.
tlstlcs uro uvallitblo; tho production
of principal cereal crops, nnd of other
farm products, including fruits, but
ter, wool and chickens, tho wealth
produced on farms for n term of
years .showing a growth from Ii bil
lion dollms In 1900 to practically 9
billion In 1910; and numerous otiter
facts relating to tho wonderful dc
elopntent of tho ngrlcuttme of tho
country for u long tuim of years.
Tho fifty pages dovoted to manu
facturing and mitring Industries bIiow
the .summary of manufactures by
principal Industries In census jearn
from 1880 to 11)01, tho gross Miluo of
manufneturs Inning grown fiom ! 1-3
billion In 1880 to Hi billion In 1U0";
tho production of lion ore, pig Iron,
steal, tin plates, coal, gold mid silver;
building operations lu principal cit
ies; und numerous other facts ic
gutdlng tho de-clopmunt uf the manu
facturing Industry of tho United
Tho twcnly-fivo pages de-oted to
occupations, labor, and tynges show
tho share of" tho population engaged
In gainful occupations, Including bo-
urnto tables specifying number of
enclt sex employed, und data us to
strikes, lockouts, wages und hours of
Tho forty pages dovoted (o Internal
communication and transput tutlon In
tlttilo dutu on tho postal son lee, tol-
cgiaplt statistics, miles uf railways
operated, length of track, number of
persons and tons of freight tarried,
showing u growth of railways opeiut
(d lu tho United States from 30 Vi
thousand miles in 18t',o to r,:i,0l)0 lu
1870, 9J.O0O lu 1880, 1G7.000 lu" 1890,
199,000 in 1900, and 210,000 In 1910.
Data rcgnrdlng express companies;
transportation upon tho lakes mid
principal rivers of tho country;
freight lutes fiom principal Intel lor
points to tho coast, und tn l'uropctin
ports are also shown.
The ono hundred and soenty pages
dovoted to forolgu' eommercu show
allies of'lmpoits and exports mid
trndo with various countries for n
long let in of years, thu Imports hav
ing grown fiom CG8 million ilollma lu
18S0 to 789 million In 1890, S."0 mil
lion in 1900, ami l,ir,7 million in 1910;
while tho cxpoits show n growth from
83 million dollars lu 1SS0 to 858 mil
lion In 1890; 1,394 million In 1900,'
mid to 1,7ir million lu 1910. Tho
share which cittdo materials for ttso
In miiuufacturlng formed In tho total
.Imputts In 1S90 vvns 21.C per cent, In
1900, ;iJ5 per cent, nnd lu 1910, 34
pur cent. Manufactures ready for
consumption formed 29 2 pot- cent of
total Impuits In. 1890, 23 9 pur cent In
1900, und 23 0 per cent In 1910. Man
ufactures exported In condition te.uly
for consumption formed In 18)0, ID. 7
per tont-'of tho 'total domestic ex
ports; In 19d0, 24 2 por cent; and in
1910, 29 2 por cent; while iiiamifuc
tmos for further uso In mmiiifactur
lug formed In 190, 5 5 per (ont; in
1900, 112 per cent; und In 1910, G7
per cent; foodstuffs. In tho meantime,
showing a material decline.
In nn address to stuilcnttt or tho
Untveislty of Pcmis-lvanlii at Phila
delphia, Wllllnm Jennings lliynn
inppod tho decision of tlm Supienio
Coutt In tho Btmidaill Oil case.
Louis J. SttiiUon of Krlo, Pa., witter
tender on lite guiibott Wolverine lias
been itwnulcil n llfu-savlng modal for
gallantly In rescuing a boy lltiougli
tho Ico at Hi to last Tubruaiy.
A. H. Pllcr, chairman of tho Demo
emtio Statu oxecutlvo committee of
.North Carolina, has come out strongly
lor Woodrow Wilson as tho Demo
cratic nominee for President.
0 B 0
A handsomo bronzo tablet stattia In
tho lato Commodoro Goorgo P. Per
klna of Civil War famo was unveiled
at tho Naval Academy recently.
Many diamonds have been lost
by neglecting to linvo worn-out
ring tlaws repaired soon enouglt.
Our pi Ices'" for n clawing mid
remounting nro unite, moderate,
tlio Hrrvhn prompt, anil tho
workmanship the Inst.
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,