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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JULY 1V1911.
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IIVIltNIENl) HUM llll(N WHUKUY IIUI.I-HUN
I tl Mmitti stiiwhrtclti 0 S .7A IriSttMnntnft ,rtit
PuytiMtri, siiywlien'iiUS .... -J.lto Pet Ycsi, atiynhcie lit U 9 t.tHt
IVt YcM,tiv,vhi.tclnUS H.imi Pel Yenf Miytiic n Cnil. I.ISo
l"tr rl,pn-l,iit, lottitn I3.IH1 Pi Veur ffmlpn'.t Initlci 3.im
III lit r In nmr mil Hum In ritM "ill.
Ill-Imp Cumin rl.iml (la.MTIs).
It 1h (ho llllllll (lull IllllklS I lie III. Ill,
imil our ilcur Is In nur liiimurlul
Mr Hull litis iiiiiii Impis "III illr
.Innii for llio Rl.lt'w iilk when jmi
l".ir Hi" gongs (if Ihu urn iiuln lire
When Ihu wool schedule Is levlsed,
It limy lie posslblo tn gt't n 1't suit
of clothes fur $JI 0!).
Now Hint tlio probo ruse Ii.ih been
Inserted In the mnKnjinc trust there
ought to he un explosion
rising across Niagara I'.iIIk Is no
birder lli.ui flying across n lurh wire
lentu If un ui latin can lly lit all
Hiss Nylu, who recently passed
through hero on her way tn China, In
going there to r lolutioiilro the music
of tint countr) Sho has an "nil wln
tcr'a Job "
One of tlui details of piihllc interest
in connection with the Kapna laud
business Is whether ocry nttcniit tn
honicHto.nl In this Territory proceeds
nil rapidly nx this one
llol.ii Smith added to I hi) memhor
whlp or the United Stales Senate inn
ho ucknnid as another progressive
nnd one who has miiilo a prett) good
rccotd In ovcij nuhllc position.
IIIk ldauH for the hurlior nf Hono
lulu hao been on tn t for Kicral
years ami It Is a pIc.iHmo to know
they sllll exist What the public
wantH Is bis work on the harbor ot
Now Hint Now ork Is on the list
ot Mates aireptliig tho Income tax
amendment, It Is prtl sure In pre
dict that tho i'ldorul Imoinn tax will
bo In form us a source of men mi
within n eniupurntlvcl) row jears
Slmo the Ilepiiblliun (onuultteo
alms to bee tint the pationigo Is
properly dispensed, win might It not
'co-opcr.ito with olllclals In outlining
public policies on tho iiimess or fall
ure of which tho parly will bo judged
when It goes In fore the pioplo next
g Ab usual tho morning paper Is
Sh dealing out u brniid or comment tint
'" helps tho Democratic pnrt On tlui
, , other hand such criticism and the lu-
r llucnco ot tho Denkocrats cai bo ab-
xolutely iiiilllllid by an aggtesshe
, policy on tho part ot tho Supenlsors
, "in gllng tho community first-class
resultn In the bhortest possible time.
.Manager llerlscho returning front
n tour of tho Coast reports tli.it Ho
nolulu will do u rushing tourist bus
iness, It . Thcro will bo no If
about It with Honolulu u mosquito-
' less town. Under such a condition
it will bo ns nearly porfect In Its san
itation as uny city can bo, nnd In
practically no danger or port quar-
"Mr Hillings Inkes himself ory se
riously," said tho critical )oung
"Well," teplled .Miss Cayenno, ")ou
can't ultimo lilui To ho thrown Into a
cruel world with no moio brains than
ho possesion would bo it serlo.is mat-
"ter for unjbody."
"I understand you liao bnuaht
some oxpensho gowns hcio In
"Yes, but what's tho use Kow
peoplo know whether a gown Is ex
pensive or not,"
"U'nlt till inn reach tho customs
havo always," liu said with u)
.nttied l the r,l.lti ill lluooiDtu
M sceon 1-cUs mailer
JULY 13, 1911
amines '1 lint's the reason why n
mill ion Inu-stcd In killing olT the
mosquitoes would bo money especial
ly well spent
Senator I .a t'ollctto has a reputa
tion for going to the bottom or n sit
uation before spiingliig his Ideas ntul
figures on the public That Is what he
did In Wisconsin Consequently when
bu snjs bo has a plan for saving the
consumer millions, tho Btalement rar
ries weight Hawaii will suspend j,s
Judgment on his llgutcs till It knows
whither he Includes sugar In tho list
Kmplojes of the city and county
should be the last to slash trees nr
linos In the grounds of city homes.
Yet the Information comes to tho
II it 1 1 o 1 1 ii that employes of the city
.ire responsible for cutting a bourg
am cilia lno Hint has been not only
n source of satisfaction to the owner
or the premises but added to tho
beauty of tho clt) Why enn't they
at least ask an owner to pruno his
lino to suit tho demands ot tho street.
If such n request Is nf no aiall, do
tho next best thing, hut wait 4111 tho
owner has an opportunity.
"GOOD CITIZEN" DAY.
Mothet'H Tlay and Arbor Buy and
numerous other "dujs" that have re
tched notublo recognition during lalo
years has awakened an ambitious
cltircu to uduicato a (iood Citizen
rourtli or July and Ijibnr Day nro
two good citizen's dajs; every Sun
day should bo; and thcro appears to
lin no reason why every day shouldn't
bo a good cltlcn's day.
The good cltlren is tho nun who
honors lilmsetr by honoring Industry
and honoring every good work and
eery good law and ho Is honored nil
the whllo hu Is doing this.
Tho good citizen Is not asking for
an) spedal honors, for it Is his pilv
llegn to Increase his own honor and
worth by conferring special honors
upon all deserting or them.
It do, su't look us lr u special (lay
ilcwitcd to 111 m would ho anything
but a false pretense a waste of
tlmo ror llio good tltl7en glorifies
and 13 gloilllcd by cory day.
"KEEPING THENAMES OUT."
KlfortH of members of the launch
parly ror whoso welfare tho town
was ory much moused tor a tlmo
this morning, to keep their names
from the public, was tho only incident
of tho whole episode that wns silly,
Therefore Ibis curtain lecture for
tho benefit of thoso who may encoun
ter similar experiences.
Newspapers In asking tho names of
the peoplo Inwitvod In any unusual
happening mo not doing so with the
desire to satisfy an uwful curiosity
or to ilnho In what Is not their busi
ness. Tho first question nsked concerning
un accident it, Who was In it? That's
wlint the pooplo wnnt to know. That's
what friends wnnt lo know. And
Hint Is tho ono reason and tho only
show nf prldo, "otcd tho straight
' tlrthat it iiiv iinrli no inv ftillini ,11.1
bernri) mo "
"Yet I hoard you say a moment ago
Hint you tarried liro Insurnnco."
"I do, but what has that got to do
"When u limn gols lite Insuiunco ho
has to show Hint he doesn't Inherit In
sanity, doesn't he?"
llooksellor Tills, sir, Is un oxcol
lent hook mi swimming, and ery
useful one, too
Customer Useful ?
Ilnnksullei Yes, sir. if you llnd
join self (Downing you lmo only tn
lilt u to pages 8R and S'i and thorn you
will llnd full Instructions how to save
reason why a town Is iciuly to stop
all Its business, If need be, nnd spend
time and money In Bending out search
Certainly there Is no odium con
nected with being In a launch Hint
drifts to sen, and whllo thoso Involved
may not like the publlrlfy connected
with the genernl Interest In their par
ticular weirnio, It Is qulto proper Hint
the public should know In whoso be
hnir It has becomo excited
or course, as It has turned out, tho
night at sou In a helpless Inline h Is
more or less or a Joke, but (his was
dun entirely to the good forluno of
n quiet sea and ccry condition nf
wind nnd wno flooring.
Don't assume Hint tho human kind
ness that cnuses people to unhesitat
ingly send steamers lo sea roi per
sons who may bo In distress, Is noth
ing morn than Idle curloslt) mid
should bo so treated, after tho wan
dering ones have been round.
UNIQUE BILL TO
Price of One Battleship for
Upbuilding of the Merchant
WASIIINUTON. D C, June iO
lteprcs(iilallo Humphrey of Washing
ton who Is Ibe sponsor for all proposed
legislation for tho upliulldliiR of tho
Aimruiin nurcliiuit innrluo. Introduced
nimilur bill on Hint subject today .which
he calls the Idiul nienniro and "will
restore to Aiiurka tho maritime pros
llgn It ciijojcil bifore the Civil War,
nnd niiiko this country the muster of
Mr Humphrey lias embodied In bis
bill soma of tho features of bills that
linw Iimii presented by other members.
,mii! them Is a prmlslnn for a rc-
iiilslon of (lc per edit, of tho duties
on articles brought from foreign conn
tries In American bottoms Another
section provides for the pit) incut to
shipowners of i per tent, ml Milorem
on all goods brought to this country In
Nessels Using tho American ling, wheth
er these goods are now on the dutiable
list or nro permitted (ntr fre of cus
This Inst provision Is the ono under
which Mr Kumpbrei sus tho Ameri
can merchant uiurlno will bo built up.
Tin re lire also the feutures of Mr,
llumphro's olhir bills providing for
the use of these vessels by tho Ameri
can guv i mini lit In tlmo of stress and
cnurgdicy, und tjie training of Ameri
can lioj as b amen Creo ships aro
also provided for In the bill.
Vet ns broad as this bill imiy seem
the cxinso to the government would
be email, cvin If wo did not tako Into
eonslderiitloii what wu would gain In
return." said Its author. "Under tho
provisions of this bill a sum not ouc
luir as great as Hint now used In tho
construct Ion of a modern battleship
would lm iiiinti illv expended.
Ibis bill ( midlines all the dllTcrcut
reiuedUs urged b thoso who nut reilly
In ravor of iiurthant niurlnu Hglslu
tlon," said Mr llumphny. 'Tho llrst
(levin sections ptovldo u plan to piy
fust mod, m ships to carry tho malls
from this country to tho various ports
of tin world, the purpose of suclishlps
being not only to cairy our commerce
but to glvo us a naval auxiliary and
urpij transports wo possess no sucii
vessels today and without them our
navj Is of little value.
This feature of the bill it- similar
to the nit of lulH, that hns saved tho
pitiful remnant of our merclinnt mu
rine Hint still rim-ilns. Hut this bill
does not ns did the net of 1M1 limit tho
amount Hint can bo expended for such
service. This hill will permit Hie gov-
irmnoiit In liny what mich servlco Is
vvoith und no nunc.
'It Is provided Hint vessels cinplosid
under such contract hall bo construct
ed under tho directions of tho Secretary
of the Navy with spiclnt rcfronco t'l
Ibeli ((inversion Into scout Bblps. It
Is also provided that they must carry
American bojs and train them In sia-
"Hectlbns Ii und 1! Increuse Hie ton-
lingo tnxes on vessels coming from dis
tant inuntrles only. As moro than 90
per tent ot our tonnage taxes aro now
paid by foreign ships, and us with this
Inrreasn wo would be charging no more
than what most nations charge our
ships. It Is hard to sio how unjono
could object to this Increase.
Section 14 provides for freo ships
for tho foreign trade only. This pro
vision would, us restricted, do no harm
and little good
Seitlons 13, If, and 17 provide for
discriminating duties Heitlon 16 pro
poses u reduction ot B per cent, on nil
goods carried In American ships TIiIn
would be of little value, but would help
some between hero und Kuropo cuslow
During the llrst sixteen dnvs of No
vember, 11011, seven ships cnnie Into the
hurl or of New Yoik from South Ainer-
Icnn ports Their tnrgo wns valued at
.f'l.SB. These seven ships, It. they
hud retell eil Ii per lent of the duty
lly Hiinllshinnn: nge, 2t! energetic:
good ediiiatlou Willing to do any
kind or woik. Addiess "II. II", Tlul
Homes on Gulick Ave.
1. $1500 Five room
2. $?200 Five roam modern houie,
nenr King street carljne.
House is about six years old)
tot is Improved with fine
plants and trees, slxe 60x190.
URING your ab
sence from the
Islands we are
prepared to manage your
estate and look after
your interests here. You
vill'firiid it greatly to
your advantage to place
the management ofyour
affairs with a capable
and responsible concern.
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order wo do tho
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(Will. Wells, rurgo Expri-sB Company)
p.il 1, would have reaped tho miignlll
unt rewnrd of 14-' 01 each, l'iio per
tent of the duty pild on the goods cur-
lUd In tho iiir 1909 by tho great
Hit .unship Mlnncsotu, tho largest vessel
on the I'm llio Ocean, would havu
aiiiountid to S't.ZV- 90.
'Hut sietlon 17 that gives a picfer
i nee to American ships of .' per cent.
ml labium on tho value of goods on the
free list would be a great advantage
and would give us a great merchant
murine bitwien hero and South Anur
Un and between hero and tho Orient.
To illustrate; On March 4, 1910. tho
("lenient, of -J16h tons, brought a cargo
Into the port of New York from South
America, valued at G,qoo,000 On No-
vi'inbir 14, l'lOl, the Afghan rrlnie,
1791 tons, brought n cargo from South
LAND OF PUUPUEO
Since we began selling lots in this land we have learned a
thing or twoi
First That the real demand Is for medium-size house Iota)
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner has subdivided
tho two large lots into twelvo smaller ones, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 squaro feet. Still flood-sized 0tm I
Second That the lots In this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? Because the lots are not remnants nor
undesirables loft over after the pick, but are therel choice lo
cations. This Is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let ua
FORT AND 'MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T. I.
i i i4
new, about ilx
AT CATALOG PRICES
tiii: otrncf: ok tiiij
Ol'KN l'OIl SHIPS' MHSSAOHS
UNTIL 11 1 M.
Amirlca valued at M.195,572. All tho
goods carried by each vessel vvtro on
tho free list.
'Two pir cent. Increase would place
tho American ling on the sens and
would till the ocean with our ships.
' The remission of the alien head tux
us provided hi section 18 is certainly a
vvlso provision, especially should this
provision meet with favor today when
wo ri member Hint tho stcerugo pus-
sengir tmllle between this country und
lairono Is absolutdy monopolized by
tho Hues composing tho North Allan
Ho eoufereiKo. Thoso llius divide this
tralllo necordlng to contract dnttrctl
Into bclw (en themselves.
further thnn tills, thoso linos nro
In combination with American railroads
todny to prevent passengers from being
tarried on uuy but llielr lines
This bill, If, It should go upon tho
(statute books, would at onco start u
on the road to commercial supremacy
on the ik oiin It would In n few jears
make us ns wo nmo were tho greatest
maritime powir of the world, tho dom
inant factor of tho seas"
Thatcher Thnvcr Thurston, .wocl
ate tdllor of tho l'toildcnco Trlbuno
mid n well-known newspaper man,
died at Ills homo in I'rovldonco nftor
ii lliigoilug Illness.
Tho coal rmm tho South Wales
fields Is perhaps the most expensive
In extract In tho woild. tho cos( ex
ceeding In somo cases J2 per ton.
Tho Cliineao goiernmcnt Is report
ed In haio decided to adopt tlio Uer
nmn model in uniform nnd dilll for
both tlio army and navy.
KIM PICKS UP
. ..u f
(Continued from Paqa 1)
thai ensued, und cvciy effort was
made to keep net ret tho names of
llionc who wcie In Ihc llltlo launch
nnd out nil night. Newspapermen
who endcniorcd lo secure strnlglitrnr-
ward Blalotneiils ns to tho matter
wcro met with point-blank refusals.
Tho launch left llio hnrbor lit eight
fifteen o'clock Inst night und when It
did not return, townrd midnight, gen
oral .itnrni began to ho rdt. Along
the wntcrfrnnt and rumor passed
around that tho launch was missing
In fact, when It did not return, n row-
boat went out from tho Kuktil nnd
cruised nrnunil ofr the harbor, about
midnight, In tlio vain hopo of (lulling
tho missing craft.
Kvcii moro alarm wns Toll litis
morning when tho party had not
reached isirt nnd could not bo Been
In Iho ofllng. Tho Ktikul went out thru
on the search nnd finally picked up
the launch, which had drifted ten
miles or moro during-tho night. Had
thoro boon a Btlff lireC70, tho chances
nro thnt tho trail craft would have
been blown much further.
AHcr tho Kukul IcH, tho report ot
tho inlbslng launch .spread about tho
city. A. I,. C. Atkinson, attorney ror
tho Hawaiian Fisheries Company, wns
just stnrtlng to organize a sentcli ror
tlio launch by sending out scouting
parties from tho sampan fleet when
Iho news enmo that all had been safe
ly round. '
Had Eatable and Drinkables.
Tho survivors declared this morn
ing Hint they liml sufficient to cat
nnd drink for -twenty-rour liourB or
oven longer, licfnro starting out, tho
young ladies In tho party had pre
pared a light luncheon with soda wat
er nnd light beverages. Alter sei oral
hours spent with endeavor to opet-
nto tho engine, and without success.
tlio oung jicoplo camo to tho conclu
sion that It was up to them to make
tlio best or u illsngri'cablo sltuatlo.
Whllo Bomo were nblo to Becuro a
lew bonis or fitful sleep In the crowd-
cil quartets ot tlio little craft, others
managed to keep awake nnd sot sig
nals of distress with tho hope Hint
they might attract tho attention ot a
passing Inter-islund steamer.
Long Virgil on the Water.
Tho launch left at clght-flftccn
Inst evening with twolvo passengers
Including tho quartermaster from tho
Kukul who had charge ot Its naviga
tion. It wns tho Intention to cnjoi
a ciulso off the hnrbor nnd to return
to tho landing nloug about cloven
Tho weather wns fine, a beautiful
moonlight night, with llttlo wind. Tho
sea oven to somo distance away from
the entrance to tho harbor wns found
smooth nnd ovcrythlng tended to
wards a delightful launch ride. Tho
falluro of tho batteries to commiiul
cato It spark was noted when tho
launch hud reached a point uoiuo scv-
en miles oft tho shoro and on about
u lino from Diamond Head. Dcplto
every effort mailo to remedy tho dilil
culty, tho batteries wcro found too
weak to opcrato tho engines.
Electric Batteries Gave Out.
According to Quartermaster Swee
tie) or tho Kukul, who accompanied
tho launch party, tho electrical but
teries used to usslsl in driving tho
machinery In tho launch gavo out
within mi hour after tho parly left
Iho wharf. From ten o'clock until
midnight. Sweeney as welt us scleral
joiing men who professed to know
something about electrical apparatus,
worked with tho batteries and ctigiuo
with n hopo Hint It might ho started
nnd thereby spare n dozen peoplo tho
fato of spending a night at bca. It
was stated this morning thnt thcio
had hecu conbldcrnhlo traublo expe
rienced with Hie motor power of tho
launch on tho former trlpJ. Tho odor
from thu Rimollnu and tho constant
rolling or tho llttlo vessel as It fairly
wallowed In tlrtj trough ot tho tt.t
caused moro than ono to succumb to
mal do mere ot Iho most pronounced
Say That Transport Sherman Passed.
Tho United States army trainspot t
Hhcim.in Is declared by somo mem
bers of tho party to hnio passed with
in llio hundred yards of tlio launch
ll(IU lilU V,ll, HUMID Ul ,I,U ,,,', ,y
Ing. Tho claim Is mndo that at it
number of times during tho night
sampans wcro hailed but passed o.i
apparently without heeding tho sig
nals ot distress. Thieo sampans aro
said to havu been clnso enough to
hnio noticed tho signals hut did not
.ti.rl.... ll.A ..(.bl.. tl........ tf ,ln ..,,P,1
respond. A torch was burned during
tho night In an effort to attract tho
attention of passing cratt, but with
Arledge Tells of Trouble.
Mr. A. K. Arledge, Biiporlntondont
or construction Tor 'tho llghthouso Bcr
ilce stated that the cnuso or tho diffi
culty with the launch was a falluro
of Iho full Btipuly of eleett Iclty.
"Wo hnd run about forty minutes
after leaving tho harbor and woro ort
tho Monnn. Wo turnod to go homo
uml hnd gono perhaps fight minutes
when tho dirtlculty with tho engine oc
cm red. Tho voltugo was not sulll-
rlcnt to mnko tho englno Bpnrk pro
perly. Wo got a llttlo powor out of
tho engine hut not enough to amount
to nn thing.
"It has occurred to mo Hint posslhlv
In woiktng over tho wiring when tho
first trouble nroso tho engineer short
cltculted tho electilclty in somo way.
Hut I .really could not state positively
except to say Unit thcro wits not
''I felt no foar nt nuy lime, l know
Hint Immedlatelv tho liott did not
hhow up Iho Kukul would bo sent mil
tor us. It wns only n matter of wait
I Ing. Just ns soon as the captain
heard ot our falluro to return bo
lOT only must every
individual dairy be
longing to title As
sociation be absolutely
clean and sanitary, but, as
an additional precaution to
provide the purest and
safest milk, every drop Is
treated by a new electrlo
JTh public Is cordially
Invited to call at our milk
depot, on Sheridan street,
near King, any day be
tween 0 and 11 a. m. to see
the new electrlo purifying
process In operation.
You will find our depot
an example of cleanliness
mndo nil hnsto to the ship nnd went
out utter us. Ho know Just where wo
wot a Judging by tho tlmo wo had
been gono and the direction of tho
wind, and camo directly for us though
ho did not sight us for.Bomo tlmo after
"I presume wo wero about eight
miles out when picked up, having
drifted steadily to the south during
High sugar prices nro stimulating
IocjI stock selling, iillhniiKli the shadow
of the tin IIT-rovllnn cloud still hnngN
ovir tho market to bother a tow In
vestors. A big lolumo with good prices Is the
news of lotul sugar transactions today.
Mrhrjde, Onbii, l'lonccr nnd Hawaiian
Coniinirclul wcro tho favorites. Mc
Itrjde sold rcndlly at 6 SO between
boards. Pioneer Is down to'200, but Is
selling In small blocks ut n Rood rate.
Onhu stands nt 31 mid Hawaiian Com
mercial at 38 SO.
Among tho cheering features Is tho
rise or Him. which Is buck nt 32, going
up a nuartcr of a point over night. lTvo
shuns wire sold at the advance llguro
at the sosbIoii of tho Honolulu exebangn
today. Hawaiian Bugar has advanced
a ininrler of u point, no soles being re
corded. Oil (iiiotntlons show llttlo change from
tho past 'in days Honolulu Consoli
dated Is still 1 53, with no sales ro
corded. Tho Hawaii in exchange reports hf
teon shares of Drew cry stock sold at
21.2S, and gives tho following oil quo
tations. Hid Asked.
Honolulu Consolidated ..ISO LSI
DUISENBERQ BUYS SEAT.
K O Dulsenberg. who Is now a
hroker on the Hawaiian Stock Kx
chnnge, hns closed negotiations with
A. D Cooper for thn latter's scat on
tho Honolulu oxchnnge, paving thero
for a record price, according to reports.
Tho Hritlsh Imporlal Conference
concluded Its plonary nicotines In
Many diamonds have been lost
by neglecting to havo worn-out
ring claws repaired soon enough.
Our prices for rtclavvlng and
remounting aro qulto moderate,
tho servlco prompt, and tho
workmanship the boat.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
, A. M ".