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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.-H., THUR8DAY, JULY 6, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
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the following ns otTerliiic exceptional
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JULY 6, 1911
'I lll l ii It Mill i it lift lit Iti 1 1. Hi ii mil
Hw an j i"'(in i ll liir null m ill j it lit
P ' lliiwlul.
"DiiiiM N (.'nut,
f, It nl f.illli N Kn .ill r."
1 1 run n I n ),'.
It Isn't Hi" money Invested tlut
mukes tliu ruurtli of Julj worth
the Minds In the development cif
which lio bus iil.ijul muli mi Import
imt it t
t' 'Btnnd bv Ihn American H.lir every
& ilny us uilt in the rmulli 'I i hnhll
la n pood nnu for Honolulu lo'.form
mild raw mi(,,ir gel t cS four nhtl
onelia!f cents, would they still pre-
dh t tli.it (ho Industry is on tlio rnn;il
tdp ami Investors should watch out
"In view of tlio example- sit liy the
morning piper for to iniriy ycnis, Its
ill (lull ion of :i leue-iido llcimlillmn
would be Intcii-stlng If It wim pOB
Does tlio H pulitlciin pirt need the
cervices of men who p irn their tlino
clucks on to others with tlio purpoito
of Illm-ll.iiimilng tlni public out of n
few dollars? ,
General Wood thinks that Honolulu
Is not cordial In Its iittitudo ton mil
the army Let this opinion once be
conio cstuliHslioil In Washington and
T the army will be put In control of
- , If tlio Hulhur Commission la to uso
tho. money uppitiprlitcc undtr tlio
'loan fund, it shown how p isy It Is to
figure ns expense. Items for which the
Legislature) did not iniiKo specific np-
proprl it iou,
This city should not form the h ihlt
of nltlltig up nights to argue the ques
j lion when tlio J'lelornl Government
comes along with a proposition that
Is a detail In tlio innriuii of national
defense for these Islands.
Honolulu must Increase the encigy
or Its fight nliout n thousand fold If
It expects to tliar tlio atmosphere of
mosquitoes The pest Ins "hi it out"
all p.tte-iii.ildug that Ins been dono by
tlio attacking fences up to the, present
If the. present gurliiKO cfiulpment
Is broken down and needs rcp.ilrliiK
Hint lu mm ,if llw .1.tlitlu tr !.. mm-
fi, side led in MLiiriiif; freo Karb.iRo col-
f ' lection for the city of Honolulu It
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in lint 41 iv.iduii iw; IlllllMK Ulllill illlU
' W snylnj; "It can't bo done"
Immigration Agentv Campholl can't
t;et to work on the, next loud of im
migrants any too boon Iho people
wint action for their money, mid tlio
record of tlio past shows they are not
particular about where tlio money Is
(.pent, ro they get the usults.
The city, tlio Territory and tlio Nn-
Hon aro nil matching to see what Is
to bo dono by tlio municipal mid Ter
ritorial olllclals towards "making
good" In the next nine or ten months
The results must bo forthcoming. It
Is nieulv a quest ion of whether the
men on tlio Job mn equal to tlio tusk.
II, I. Ilaldw lu's serious Illness Is n
misfortune Unit Is felt not alone by
Ills 11111110(111110' family and Intimate
hfrn- f fiends. Nowb of his steadily falling
auJieultli bus been recehi.d with con-
cvrii luei (ivep Mynip iinv. iiuoulioill
Cleaning up the ilein-iip d ij Is In
leiPstliiKi and piotitahlo If the lessons
nro t.iKen an ti gulild for the future.
Monarchists throughout the world
luuo to stay put whtn put out liven
Ol.iz, who was running a iiioiinrtliv
under another name, has enough
kousi' not to think of coming bail,
'I he Slinnrier 'season Is the t irlest
time lo furi't't th it Honolulu Is duo to
be ii big ilty within n cry short per
iod And It Is Just tho tlmo when
the work for Urn grander future
should be. tho most .ntlvdy promoti d
l'olltlcs lmpil on nn nliloliitp ripl ire
deal tm bo can led on In Iho illy
hi tin r the Tenltorlal aiilhoillles mo
lit to follow that plan or not To sav
that tho other fellow ,1s as bid or
woisp doesn't change what should be
SUPERVISORS AND THE PAY
Supervisors 6f tho City and County
or Honolulu can set an example In
honest public service II they will mnko
It their business, to discover who
among tbo road laborers, pasi-ed their
time thcckB over to others on clean
up day with the result tliat men were
cither paid twite or collected piy for
work that was not done.
Tlio men who did this cheated the
public llicy did FOiuethlng that Is
oidlnmily overlooked and allowed to
pass because of Its possible political
i ffect. And It Is tlio fear of tho ''po
litical ' Inllui'tica that such men may
exelclso that gives to politics an evil
As the II n 1 1 e 1 1 ti has said re
peatedly, the Issue befoui tho present
Ho.ttd of Supervisors is cllltlcncy.
They must sec lo It tlmt the public
f,ets a full riturn for Its monej. Thej
cannot stand sponsor fur iinicllnblu
woikmeu mid lelaln the cunlhlenco
and good will of tho voting popula
tion. Judged from tho reports of the nf
falr thus far galmd, this Incident fur
nishes a splendid opportunity for the
Silpervlsois to demonstrate to the
workmen employed by the city that
tho present administration stands for
a sou no deal, mid what Is finite ns
much to tho point not only asks It but
ilein mds It,
A city ndmlnlstrntlon, open anil
above boaid, giving tho emplojor and
the cmplojo an absolutely square deal,
mid refusing to overlook nny such
petty sstcm of duplicating pny, as
appears to havo been winked by
some of tlio employes, will gain pub
lic coulldenco in a manner that will
inako It politically Invincible.
THE SUGAR SITUATION.
Advanco In tho prlco of'sugnr Is n
fulfilment of tho forecast of somo
months ago when tho certainty of the
Cuban ciop shoitago was established.
This advanco may bo ixpecttd to hold
through the canning season and until
tho possible Improved planting con
ditions in Hut ope cause tho buyers to
discount tlio nuw trop returns
Cuba's crop Is piactitally all liar
vested, although there mo a few of
. "Two and two m iko four" sild the
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1,171111111 ,wi ,iiiiunw,ii.i.
"Soim-tlmes," lcplled Colonel Stll-
iwell of Kentucky "And then, agiln,
tlioy ineiely in iko n pilr of dtlices"
"Iltvo )on spjlten of our lovo to
jour mother, as yet?"
'Not et," milimiired tlio do ir gill
VMotlwr lm noticed that I'vo been
.acting queer of Into, but sho thinks
It's Just 'biliousness,' " I'lttBburg
"What are ou going to do at Iho
party, .Inno?" "Meicly liidnlgo In
somo oHculntory nniiiseinents, mn "
'That's nil light, us long ns you don't
havo nny of them Iclsslu' games"
Kali Giltlo Oil. .Mr. Sinner, tlmo
ostriches ovei theio nro simply ioi
fict! Vim should novel pilut unj
thing cliso but hlids.
Aitlst (sadlj) 'Ihoso nro not os
Inches, in idum. Tlioy nro iingUo
Loudon Opinion. ,
HOMES for SALE
J 900-l'alaini S-ronm house
MMiO Kuiklnl 1M . "..r.-rooiu bouse
ilSllifl Jlnkeu Iivhiliih ... .r.TOoui liouse
117MI i'plohi, li nc res....1rooin house
IJUdO I'alohi, 1 acres.... riiin houso
I2W0 Kallhl n-rooui houso
JStfiO Illrcli St. .... ....Gtooiii house
3.!oo lainallhi St fi-rooiu house
SJIOO KnlinuKI .Cl-ooni house
3r,OI -Viiiiiib Kt C-room house
tsroo IMiiiiiiiI Av G-room houso
JKK'll. -Voiiiii: Ht 8-rooiu bouse
J(7r,o .MuklUl Ht vC-room bouse
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
N'mr Wyllle fit.... J30 per month
Muklkl IllMrlct . . . . 7S r month
' Upper I'ort Ht , ono
I. loch from N'uu-
nnu tir JCOpcr month
'All vry ileidrnble rsldeii"en
.mill tomplitily furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Th. Det Photo Paper
To be bad olily ul
WIM. llJ-VI.IVn Jtllll'S" MHSSAOHS
i p to lii.i.vr.N' o'cl.ociv, uvi.iiv
ert on that tho same blighting effect
It is reported o havo had on somo of
ho cereal crops of tho west.
Hawaii's sugar slocks continue to
be a safo buy.
WHAT WRECKED THE MAINE?
A Crnte of Six Selected Pinei or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Slmpl) liuvo jour order wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
ClY'-h Wells, rnruo I.xprcss Company)
tho new mid larger' centrals that car
ry their season thiough to a much
later period tlnn formerly. I'roni
now on there will bo n heavy demand
for sugar for fruit cnnnlng and every
Inllutnco Is nt work to keep tho price
up. Tho United Stales must draw Its
Import sugurs fiom Java, mid from
tho appearance of the Huropein beet
quotation, tlio competition fof tho out
side, sugars has already begun.
All this Is most satisfactory to-tlio
Hawaiian sugar pioiluccrs us a lnrt;o
hulk of the local ciop has jet 'to
reach the market.
Tlio only biigbiMir Haw all can crc
uto for worry Is the tariff discussion
in Washington. Hut thero Is an even
prospect that the hot weather will ex-
It Is usedess of totnsu to enter Into
mi argument with "the experts on tho
blowing up of tho battleship Mnlno 111
Havana haibor, useless In the seuso
of coming to any conclusion.
Hut tho announcement of tho ship
having bei n destrojed by tho explo
sion nl Its own magazines doesn't con
vince many that Hie original cause of
tho destruction should properly be
placed within tho ship
Hveiyone lias known that tho mag
azines blow up It is not leported
that even the experts expected to find
nny of tho magazines Intact.
What started the thing Is tho ques
tion nsked by tho public and wo havo
an Idea that. In tbo present condition
of tho wiec'k the man In tho swivel
chilli known about ns lunch about It
us the man on the Job.
Tho only details of onct Informa
tion about the explosion on which uv
oijono mn) depend nro that tho
destruction of the ship wan the turn
ing point that brought on n war.
Whether this makes you sorry or
glad, it Is Just us well to let it go at
LAND OB PUUPUEO
Since we began .elllng lots In this land we have learned a
thing or twoi
First That the real 'demand is for .medium-size house lots)
and In accordance with our suggoetipn the owner hat subdivided
the two large lots Into twklvo entailer ones, containing from 18,-
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-sized totsl
Second That the lots in this land come pretty near selling
"themselves. The reason? Decsuce the lots aro not remnants nor
undesirables left over oftsr the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let lit
show you! .
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T. S.
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We Are Progressive
THE MERCHANDISE we are now Tsnoving 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. ,t 4
We are proud of our grand stock, knowing, that better goods, mo,re
exclusive ideas, and sterling value are not procurable anywhere. 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.
We1 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.
Ono man tan vvlpo out tho. Itepiib
llcau party If Its existence Is based
oil political tricks, bnmbiBt ami
treachery. Hut a hundred men can
not wictk It if tlio party polities and
party practices nro square uud abe
Members of the college fuitcinlt
of Ilctn Tliela PI now In tho Islands
mo making arrangements to welcome
tho gincial siciotmy of tho national
organization, Dr. Irancis W. Sheiiaid
ton, or Iho University or Chicago. I)r.
Bhepaidson Is lotumlng to tho main
land aftci a visit to the Oilcnt that
extended ns fm as tho Philippines.
Tio alumni Ilctn Thota l'i chapter
hore will miaiigo somo soit nt an In
fin ma! hut notio the less Jicmty vvel
conic for 1)1. Kliep'ii.lhon when ho in
rives on the Manchuria on July 1(.,
and Is ilesiious to cot In touch with
all Iletas In tho Islands, Menihtin of
thenfiatorulty inn iisked ( send their
names or commiiulcatQ with Presi
dent A. T. Orllllths of Oalut College
as e.uly as possible. .
A huge cential homo, a peace llb
raiy and a publicity biiionu Iti serve
for tho various societies In Now VoiK
which mo lilontlrlcil with the ciuso ut
Intoi national peace Is tho, latest, plan
for obtaining niaxlniuni elllclcncj lu
Iho jio.ico movcmenU
A largo delegitloh from tlio Massa
chusetts Heal Khtnto Kxchaiigo left
Iloslon icrcntly on tho Mnnficnl ox
press to Inspect tiro waterfront and
dock system of that city,
caso against tlio defendant. Architect
Iteyiiohls and the Japanese complain
ant, also were In court this morning.
SOON A BENEDICT
V. I.. Stevenson, a well known sport
ing authority and nll-iound news
paper man of this oily has announced
his engagement to .Miss T. M. Clonaii
a joting lady from Now South Wales,
ami ,a rcciut arilvnl at Honolulu.
Miss Cloun'n togelhor with n part
of fi lends woro pasbcugcis In tho
Can idlau-Auslrallnii liner Alnkuin. A
touch ol lomnuco sin rounds tlio en
gagement' of tho popular cniiplo lu
lh.ll tho meet lug between tho llouo
lulii young man and tho talented
joiiug lady fiom tlioAnllpotloK awak
ened a funner friendship which lias
ilpeiioil Into love, and tho 'suiting of
n data for an early mariiago.
Tho ceremony Is announced wll
tako place within n few days after
which tho couplo will after enjoying
u bitof honeymoon settlo down in
Cotisiil-doneral G, B. Schmucker, at
nnsciuidn, Mexico,, la to be relloved at
his own request, owing to Ill-health.
Mrs. Tloynl Phelps Carroll of New-
port, It, 1., will otiter the Jungles of
All lea to shoot lions and tigers.
KN0rV FATE TOMORROW
At 'I o'clock tomoirow mmnliig, I'n
llco Jndso Monsnriat, who has been
llhtnnlng to tho evidence adduced In
couit against Dovero Aiidt'ison, the
"teii-mlnulo" iiliotogiaphor, will ion
dcrihls decision lu the case,
The trial or Anderson In police
court has been watched with a great
deal or Intoitst, Ho Is icpiesented by
C, r. ChlllliigHorlli, win, did not put
ho defondnnt on stand this morning
Ho submitted his caso wllhout putting
on un wltncsEis foi tlio defeuso,
Judge) Monsirrut'H dotlslou will ho
watclicd with Interest. Deputy Attor
ney Mllroiton has mndo out a strong
Many diamond; have been lost
by neglecting to liuvet worn-out
ring tliiWH repaired soon enouuh.
Our j for reclawlug and
remnuntlng nro quite moderate,
tho service) prompt, und the
workmanship the Ust.
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& Co!. Ltd.,
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