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EVENINQ OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1011.
E V EN J N G B U I i LETIN
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'I he nciM-il mining us li.i 11 gift,
hnvtcttr Mi-nilngl) trivial, which Is
m ctili.ir lit him, mill which, niirlhll)
used, Mill In- a gift :il mi to lilt rare
Only ..(. whistling buoy has lltrnt- ,
N ril this way rum tho Coast,
(lie Coast, Imt
we've li.nl lo.uls or people tenting their
It Ik tha weatherman iiRiilnst whom
tliu cnmplulnts should liu made, nut
Our rollego athletes lit least made
It mighty Interesting for tho Oxford
Cnliihrldgo combination Ami lt'
KihmI contests tlie penplo iiro after re
gardless of who wins.
Files In tho ointment aro nothing
coiui'arcil with tlio mini who wants
to step In ami lake some of the bene
lits of high stiR.ir prlees anil IiIr stiRar
crops lint doesn't Onto, on account of
the taiilT talk.
What other pi. ue on earth Is better
lilted for ii permanent Mecca for tlio
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine than the
city of Honolulu? l'tcil I lines must
have lust his memory that ha did not
cttttRRcst this as the natuial assembling
place fur all Shrlncr caiavans.
Killing In tho Wnlklkl low lauds Is
n task IiIr enough to occupy tho tltuo
of Improvement iissoclatlnus for home
years to come. Hut It is also a task
that Is well. worth while, and It must
be done if Honolulu is to bo a safe
anil sane sanitary municipality.
1'rcsidcnt Tail lias tho naming of
the ovcrnnr. Tho people iiamo the
Major of Honolulu who will have
moio to do with tlio progress of tho
city in tliu next four or llvu years.
What do .Mm intend to do about the
SIu malty? Allow It to ro by de
fault? After the nominating contentions
Hawaii call only look on. What little
it b.iu lo sn In .National affairs must
be said before tho platform Is framed
anil I lie candidate named. C'onsu
'liicntly we should begin woik about
six mouths ahead of our fellow parti
zans of tho mainland.
It l:i Retting to tlie point where the
peopln will bo surprised If some
Mumbling block Is not,, placed In tlio
way of tho Knpaa laud settlement.
That fpcllon of the Territory appears
to bo reserved as a monument to what
the present Hjstcm of land adminis
tration cannot accomplish.
Alaska Is duo for a largo amount of
freo udvet Using reuniting from the
numerous InvoMlgutlotis Into Its wel
fare or lack of welfare. All of which
will aroiibu no feelings of Jealousy
In this part of tlio country. Hawaii
jl him passed through tlio Investigating
period onro, and that should bo
enough to lust a long time.
All Honolulu will ngreo with Ioriiu
W. Pago, director of tho United States
n(Jicn of Public Roads, when lie says:
"Tlio difference betwen good and bud
loads Is ofton eiiulvalcnt to tho illffer-
onco between profit and loss. Money
wltely expended for this purpose Is
sure to leturn ten-fold," Sir. Pago
estimates that tho various states aro
upending on an mcrago of a million
dollars a day for bettor roads,
1 Illobbo That gltl has been remark -
Slobbs Yes; she used In work In
u null factoij, mid now slios a maul -
"Hut why did she marry hi in?"
, "Superstition, my dear. Slip
Hreil tlmt ulu Mlw.iyn won whon sho
mjt lit it i ut tt liitiltrn tils-re ui uliit
a bridge party, bo alio
tool; lilm ns
tmeteil t ibe lioihie m Honolulu
a Rcioml-cla wAllct
JULY 12, 1911
TAFT POLICIES FUR HAWAII.
Republicans nf Hawaii "III nri'il In
tin miiiio cnrcful thinking during Iho
comliiR cur In preparation Tor I lie
'iiHiiii:iI imiiilmitilii? rimvt-lltlnn that
, Immc 10 Iomlt,r fm. , ,,,,.
Unless nil signs -full tliu (oldest
wilt bo such that the otes ftom Ha
waii will count, and for tlio llrst time
In history our delegates will hae
something to du besides "Ret in and
Acconllng In all Indications the Is
sue will be between the radical In
surgents of which Im Follette Is tho
accepted leader and President Tuft
the conservative who takes up with
Insurgent ideas that aro found prac
tical. No doubt remains that I .a Follette
will go Into the convention with n
following that will he dangetoiis be
cause of tho enthusiasm that tliu Wis
consin lender Is always sure to arouse
among tlio people at large. He Is the
sort of man who will stampede a con
vention. According to all appearances
he has won over Roosevelt and prob
ably a good share of bis following to
at least an attltudo of friendship It
not of active support.
Though there Is n Rrcnt deal that
Is attractive to Hawaii and nil Amer
icans In tlio cntiso of It Kollettc, tho
position of Hawaii's Republicans must
bo determined by tho national policies
of tariff protection and national d li
feline. Our people aro In duty hound
to make their light for tho men and
the policies Hint will best Riiaranteo
the prosperity of the people and tho
honor of the nation In our section of
Thus far tlio Insurgent ItcpiibllrunH,
much us we llko their Ideals of pop
ular Rovomuicnt and plans for con
trol of the great combinations of cap
ital, aro fathering a tariff revision
policy that would bo most damaging
lu Hawaii and as far ns wo can set
would not hcrlously Injure tho sugar
trust or help tho consumer. Further
more tho Insurgent wing of tho party
ban no enthusiasm for bringing Iho
nriny unci navy tip tn tho standard
which wo In this part of tho world
know tn be necessary, and It Is
npp.iicntly as well satisfied lo allow
our romnicrce to bo can led In foielgn
ships as any oilier.
On all these propositions so vital
lo Hawaii and In tlio general strength
ening of American Interests In Hie
Paclllc, tho President stands rlRht.
Wo hail almost said "pat" hut that
would probably bo misunderstood.
Sir. Taft Is in every sense u progres
sive on all matters Intimately con
nected with Ameilcaulsni us found
and understood at tho Cross Roads
of the Paclllc.
Consequently so far as tho llrst
thoughts of Republicans hero aio con
cerned, they are naturally with Taft,
not so much on account of his being
In nlllco and thcreforn controlling all
the power of puti image, but becauso
tho Republicanism of Taft Is and has
been constructive for Hawaii. Changes
that may take place before tho linn!
lluc-up ato multitudinous. Tho reg
ular session of Congress will bo tlio
occasion for clarifying tho atmos-
phi'io. And since Hawaii is to liavo
lulltieuco In tho nominating conven
tion, Its party leaders should mnko
themselves heard while tho policies
arc being framed and tho candidates
tiro making tho iccord on which they
expect to Rit beforo tho delegntos. Hn-
, "I don't believe sho'll over Ret mar-
"Ilpi- frletulu linen Rlnrtod Inlllni'
, ..,..,, ., ,. ..ir., tll.i, ... ,... .,
man some day."
"I cannot llvo but
vvlzout j on." j
n week loiiRer
Foolish talk, TIiiKp,
How can you
K upon n specific leuRth of time?"
l "Zo luadloid fix ou it, Miss; not I.",
wall's Miles will not count In tho Nil
tlomil election except ns the Inllucnco
of our volets It excited through tliu
National nominating convention.
A niorlRiiRo on Iho properly of the
Halawn Plantation Coiiiptny of Ko
hnln. Hawaii, Inn been fllcil lu Hie
nllkes of tho llmciiil of Convo.vanros.
The plantation Is moitgagcd In Theo.
II. Havlcs and Company In Iho sum of
ITri.mm nt six per cent, tho principal
to bo paid off nt tho rate of $,r,,(mo
per annum beginning December list
A lease held by tho llalawa Plan
tation Company Is tiausferred In li.i-
les and Compiny iiniler Iho lei ins of
(lie mortgage and D.ivles and l.oni
tinny aio In sene as Iho agents fur
Iho sugar corporation
Kapaa Deal In Balance On
. the Attitude of
Governor Frear Is not satlsllcd with
tho plan for the "settlement" of Iho
Knpaa laud question, formulated by
the Land Hoard, nccordliiR tn tho ro
poit that Is clt ciliated among thoso
who nic Interested In tlio outcome of
the big Knunl land problem.
The Land Hoard diovv up a form of
agreement whoieby Senator Knlr
cblld as iiinniiRer of tho Slnkeo Sugar
Company nt Keall.i, was to be leased
7!i0 ncics of the Knpiin lands for tho
sum of $l.no, It being stipulated that
tho plantation ciirixiintlon expend
$2n,O0il lu Improvements and encmir
ngu tho liumesteailcrs It being stipu
lated alfo that tho encouragement
must bo successful.
(lovornor Frcnr has not niado mi
ofllclnl statement as et on tho Land
Mould's proposition but It Is under'
stood that objections raised by tho
chief executive will lcsult lu matetlal
amendments being made to the plan
ns drafted by tho Iiud Hoard.
Hon. Chen Clilng I In, tho new Chi
nofco consiil-Rcncial who ai rived te
cently limn China lu the steamship
Siberia, will make Ills llrst otllclal
cull on (loveinor V. K. Fiear, this
week, lie will bo accompanied bv
tho acting consul, who lias been por
formliiR tlio ilutles of tho olllce, until
the aitival of the new consul-general
Coiibiil-ficucinl Hn Is a well rend
man. Although hu has been III tliu
service of tho Impcilnl Chinese gov
ernment for come time, ho has never
been iihio.id us a loptcseiitatlvo nf his
government. Ho nt lived hcio with
his family last month, and was gieot-
cd at tho vvhaif by tho local Chinese
In Iho nlmeneo of tlio now consul
tills morning. Acting Consul 1,1 Kvvoiir
Hen said that Iho new consul lias
been familiarizing himself with Hie
duties of tho olllce since tils arrival.
While It is jmt ilullultely decided up
on, It is the Intention nt tho new con
hiiI to call cm tho Governor next I'll
day morning, Tlie chief executive nf
tho Torrltoiy, will bo notified otllclal
ly of tho day when tho new icprc
boiitatlvo of the - Impel lal Chinese
government will call nil him.
HONOLULU OIL CO.
STOCK AT $1.55
Two Miles of Honolulu I'onxiillil.ilcd
Oil stuck repoited by tliu Hawaiian
cm'Iuiuko today vii)phiisl.n the ileinatid
for this stock, although it lias not iu-
covcrcd from tho slump ut several
weeks ago. llloiks of &00 and 100
shares changed bunds, both sales being
ut 1 or..
Oil limitation today aro us follows:
Honolulu Contolldated l.CU
I'urlsHlma , .'-Ti
.Uxoilutul no.oo ....
I'lemler Asipilth ntinoiinced lu Par
llameut Hint tho gnveiiimcut Intended
In foice thioiigli tho ratification of
tho Intel national agreement, coveting
IuIich in naval warfare.
Six-room cottage, furnlMied or tinftir
iiMii-d, within ono block of three enr
lines Hurt-Unit nelRlibnrhnnd, Tteiit
reasonable to ilijht party. Jtlng up
S6G or HC3. 437C-tf
Homes on Gulick Ave.
(1. $1500 Five room
2. $2200 Flvo room modern house, ,
. near King street carline.
Houso is about six yean old)
lot is improved with fine
plants and trees, sits C0x190.
Nc-ir Wylllo St.....10 per month
Muklkl District. . . .175 pir month
Upper Fort St., ono
block from Kuu
nnu cur JCOpir inunlli
All very deslralilo rcsldcn-es
and completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crato of Six Selected Pines or
Largo Bunch of Bananas
Simply leuvo your order wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, l-'urfio Kxpress Company)
SEES BIO FUME
(Continued from Pane 1)
On another occasion ho tlow nut of
sight und not returning a Rioiip of
army men undid! pulling and panting
over Hie hill where ho liad dlsappeaied
fearing Ilia' they would find him
Miiasboil lu earth upon finally reach
Iiir him tlioiuh thuy found him sit
Hug comfoiliibly cnliallng great drafts
from Ills clgnietlo und Mulling as It
nothing had happened when but u
LAND OF PUUPUEO
Binco wo boflan selling tots in this land wo liavo learnod a
thlno or twoi
First That tho real dat.vand Is for medium-size house lots)
and in accordance with our suggestion the owner has subdivided
the two largo lots into twelvo smaller ones, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-sited lots!
Second That tho lots In this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? Becauso the lots aro not remnants nor
undesirables left over after the pick, but are tho 'real choice lo
cations. This Is easily proved by a visit to tho land. Let us
show youl '
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T. H.
new, about lx
AT CATALOG PRICES
TI1I2 OITICi: OI-' TUK
is OI'HK VOW SHIPS1 mussaous
UNTIL II I. SI
few minutes boloio ho had nearly
met with death, duo to a puncture In
the In.t tlie, causing his break not
to grip saving lilm fiom n deep rnvlno
IvIiir about twolvo feet lit front of the
piano which stopped In soma mira
culous manner on Its own accord sav
ing lilm from the horrible fnto of bo
Ing dashed to death over tho ptcclplce'.
Tho men nio alt aviation crazed
at I.ellehua. talking nothing but fly
ing lu a frenzied milliner from curly
lu tho morning till lata at night. Tlio
ofllccts dieiim, drink, cat, think and
talk nothing but planes, With tho
exhibition of such lino flights yester
day they aro struck oven moio with
this new wonderful modo of navlRa-
Hilling tlio last two years Illrilmau
Slnrsou has boa red Into heavenly tor
rilory over son times. At Stnten Isl
ami ho flew every nioinliiR, afternoon
mid evening lor ttiico solid months.
partly fur his own plcnsiito and pirl
When living ut Santa Ilaib.ira he
made a (tip of 5 miles nut over the
sea enrlicliiiR wm ships that were
llieie at that time.
In Iho big aviation meet at 1is
Angeles In which bo many world's
lecouls vveio broken, Masson won Iho
medal for long distance, piloting his
plane S.I miles fiom Iih Angeles to
San llcimulimi, landing in tho grounds
or tlie 1 1ntel llelmnut In that city. On
this dip ho carrlcil nil pa pels fur
Ihu I.os AiircIob Times, leaving them
nt tho llelmont. Slasson is tho only
blidnuin living Unit ever attempted
Iho hazardous feat of Hying over u
city from ono end In the other of It,
without a poisihlo sight In view In
which to land his nlr craft should It
Ho did this tiling 'though nt I.os
AliRclcs, betraying tin' n sign nf fenrj
when his engine halted 'lie least trlllo
It wns while nylrg at i; Brent liclRhl
cnioute on his v.-'irl I's f-itnntis flight
tn San Itermidlun llit't ho struck n
"Swiss- cheese linlo" lu Iho nlr caus
ing hint In fall 1001 rod bermo ho
Blitick nlr of a less r-rrlflcd condition.
When nskeil If tiempliincs would
even be prnctlcablo on Ihu Hawaiian
Inlands, Masson replied, "Yes, I'm
sure they will nnd they will mnko
Iho Ricalest help that could ovoivjio
afforded the military camps' on these
Islands. They would be Invaluable In
aiding In scout fiom n Rrcnt helRht
wnr vesrcls approaching tlio Islands,
by moans of lingo searchlights at
night nnd lelescnpcs In day tltuo Tho
point for which theso vessels would
bo bending could bo determined days
beforo Iho tlnio It would when watch
ing fiom (he land. The horizon lino
would bo as nothing lo Iho planes
when they snared thousands of feet
sk.vvvnrd, with an rjo over randy for
tho Invaders. Hut I will hay litis they
will not ho practicable until n more
powerful engine is Invented that will
gtvo the planes unlimited speed, which
Is (ho most essential pdlnt n piano
must liavo to ho iibsoliitcly pcifccl
In nil its movements combatting nnd
overcoming any kind of weather It
may come In contact with. For a
demonstration, should I have had a
(limine engine, which Is the only safe
engine up-to-date, Instead of my Cor
liss 1 would have mndo tho flight fiom
I.ellehua In Honolulu Inside of 10
minutes Instead of 19 which my speed
electricity will bo tlio llfo saver tn
nvlatlon when It can bo niuRtcrcd It
wilt develop tho speed nnd power lie
ecssitiy to meet with any emergency
nnd send It along nt fast rate, about
loo In 125 miles an hour. Tho' 1'iencli
war planes sail tit a minimum speed
right now of 100 miles per hour,
Su you can sco that Is what I In
wnllan planes will liavo to have
powerful cnglnrs with no limit of
speed. Speed! that's Iho word! Ev
erything depend on' Hint In aviation.
And when enough of that Is derived
by engines stations would liavo tn
he itiudo around the Island upon
which tho machines could land In enso
of mishap as It Is now there Is noth
ing but gulches and cauo fields.
Yes! when things are Improved -i
little more planes for pleasure and
wnr will bo tho gteatcst thing Ha
waii can ever have, but tho planes nt
present cannot compete with the air
forces of these Islands.
Will Turn Old Home Over
Elks But Occupy it Rest
roriual action will bo taken by tho
hoard of tiustccs of tho Y. SI. C. A.
tomorrow afternoon In turning over
In tho Honolulu Klks tho present as
hnclalicm building, which has been
piiichascd by tho autlcrcd held for a
futuio home. -Heeds will hu signed
and other legal formalities nbscivcd
l-'nr (he rest nf tlio summer Iho
Y. SI. C. A. must tent the building
ficiui tliu Klks. The new building will
bo ready on September 1, according
tn tho present outlook, and tho usso
elation plans to give imssesjlon of the
old building lo the ICIkn on October 1
Work on tho new homo Is keeping
up tho rcmai kahlo rccotd that was set
over since construction began.
RICHARDS IS STILL
.loo Richards, milk Inspector, Is still
milk Inspector and Is still Inspecting.
Sloicover, Chairman -Krugcr of tho
health und sanitation committee of
the Hoard of Supervisors, says Rich
ards will continue to bo Inspector.
A icpurt In the morning paper that
Richards was out of n job as milk
Inspector1 is denied by both Kruger
and Richards, nnd tho latter has tho
papers to piovo Hint ho Is still In
specting. RESERVED SEATS SOLD OUT
Tho Athletic Park will bo crowded
as though 'it was ,a Sunday, this aft
ernoon, when tho Chinese team will
buck tip tiRalnst tho crack Kolo ulno
Tho reservo scats lu tho grand stnnil
liavo been sold out and any ono who
wants a seot on tho bleachers should
bo at tho park early. Tho Chlneso
Intend In liavo n great tlnio at Iho
Despondent becnuso Ill-health prc
venttrl her sccltiR tho big trades pa
rnflo In connection with tho eclebrn
Hon of the centennlul nf tlio establish
ment of tho textile liuhistry nt full
River, Slrs; Annie Wortliliigton, nn
elderly woman, committed sulcldo by
cutting her throat.
i'liiirles Sabrco, nged C.1 years, of
Cincinnati, confesses ho applied a
match to his own home.
I Enhance Your Beauty
by keeping yout 1ttn tweet,
healthful and attractive, with
SAMfty W n "J ""J "
aruffun. r ,
NOT only must every
individual dairy be
longing to this As
sociation bo absolutely
clean and sanitary, but, as
an additional precaution to
provide the purest 'and
safest milk, every drop -Is
treated by a new electrlo
The publlo Is cordially
Invited to call at our milk
depot, on Shorldon street,
near King, any day be
tween 9 and 11 a. m. to eee
tho new electric purifying
process In operation.
You will find our depot
an example of cleanliness
KING GEORGE IS
HOSTON, .Inly 2. Tito Rev. Wil
liam lljde, loetnr" nfTrlnlty Uplsco
pal Church of Weymouth, bcllovcs
not only that tlio llritlsh itro direct
descendants of tho IsrnclltcH, hut that
King (ieorgo V Is n lineal descendant
of n cousin of tho house nf David.
"The inyal houso of Ilrltnln," nays
1 1) do, "traces Its ancestry back to the
lino nf David nnd of Judah.
"To bo specific. Tea Tophi, daugh
ter of Kcdckiah, the last KIiir of
David's line, man led ICoehahlo, tho
joung King of tho Daultcs, In tho
north or lielaud, In RS-I H. C. They
were married by tho Prophet Jere
miah und crowned cm tlio Ilethel
"Koclinldo himself was of Iho royal
lino nf Judah, slnco ho was a de
scendant of ono of tho twin Bons of
Jiulah, David being n descendant of
tho other twin son.
"Tills mart Inge was Iho beginning
of tlio royal houso of tho Scots, and
tills lino in time, through the Unices
and Stuarts, became Iho royal lino of
Iho Hiitlsh limplic.
"(leoi-Ro V, therefore. Is a descend
ant of David and belongs to n dynasty
which can nevor ceaso lo' exist, for
It has tho piomlse of God that It will
never ceaso to have a descendant to
reign over His people of Israel.
"Tho JJngltsh and American peopln.
nro off this race; henco they nro the
pcnplo of. Und,"
Many diamonds liavo been lost
by nt'RlcclliiK to have worn-nut
ring claws repaired Mion enough.
Our prices for reclawliiR and
remounting are unite moderate,
tho servlco prompt, und tho
workmanship tho best.
II. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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