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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
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When speaking of other people, every word wo think
should pass through three sie vos before it pets to our lips,
Is it true? Is it kind? Is it no cessary? Anon,
REPUBLICANS AND TJI0 ROAD SUPERVISOR.
The real issue involved in the ordinance that has been re
cently vetoed by the Mayor in somewhat vigorous language
is, whether a Republican administration represented by a
Republican Board of Supervisors is to allow the Road Depart
ment of the city and county to be conducted for the political
benefit of the Democrats.
No doubt exists as to where the people stand on this ques
tion. A year ago taxpayers and voters of this city waked up to
find that ,owing to their political indifference they had al
lowed the road department of the city to be so conducted
that it had been shaped into a machine for Democratic pur
poses, and in turn used for personal political purposes that
threatened the prosperity of the Territory.
What did the people do?
One and all they jumped in to the political game ,and put
themselves on record in a manner that meant for a certainty
that the road department should be conducted by the Su
pervisors and the Republican Supervisors whom they elect
ed should be held responsible.
The position taken by the Mayor is that despite the di
rection of the people in the last election, the Supervisors
shall' be held responsible for' the road supervisor's work,
while he and his associates shall run the patronage of the
road department under the same old system.
Make no mistake,1 the people will not stand for any such
scheme. If the Supervisors allow jt to be carried through,
they in turn will be kicked out when it comes to the voting
' It is up to the Republican Supervisors to take absolute con
trol of the road work of the city of Honolulu and be judged
by the results. This control they arc enabled to take, and we
might say authorized to take through the action of the last
Is there anyone in the-Republican party who is such a fool
as to assume that the taxpayers of this city went out into
the political work with the vigor that was manifest last
year, only for the purpose of exercising their lungs and
playing politics? Do they think that the people are properly
represented if, after the election of last fall, the same old
condition is to prevail and nine months hence a city admin
istration almost wholly Republican has to face a Democratic
machine fostered and builtu'ipMindcr the nose of Republi
cans whom the people are holding responsible?
Pass that ordinance.
Put the road department in control of a Republican Road
Supervisor and SEE TO IT THAT THE MAN IS THOROUGH
LY EFFICIENT. .
That's the. duty before the Republican Supervisors, and
no amount of silly argument will make it otherwise.
Republican Supervisors, it is your move.
Don't forget' what happened under the last administra
tion. And don't forget why the people voted you and a Re
publican Legislature into office.
Adjournment of Congress on An-
f,' gust 7, menus thnt thoro In no pos-
E, nihility of any Biigar tariff revision
ft nt this nesslon.
rrM... ..It .1 1.Al..i.. T ...1.......
hji I livjr mi null iiripmH uwiiiiivi
f What n wonderful mini ho. was to
f make tho United StHtcs Senato with
so fow helpora.
ft ror some minima llic punito worn
it'v .. .. . .
oi me eiiy ami county lias uccn ae-
lnyed for want of funds. With tho tl-
tj,nimclal situation adjusted nnd (ho op-
Ir. Mntiftis-ifiMT: of Merlin Is credited
twlth sayhig to n patient who read med
ical books,! diligently In order to proT
Bbcrliiti tor niuiseir: "ii vurcrui,- my
ffrleiid. Scimo lino day you'll die of u
KnHj.rlnt." -J v
iwn.i.. .til. I.. ...I.- .... buhl.
Irold morning," wild th(fMif.tbm,cr'to n
Infljil boy.' , v ,v '.
Vv .llliailliiu la iuiiim uiiMii.li'l iui. i u
Iv&Yas; fnlher put hot water In It Ini
stead of cold to keep It from frpezlic."
IwU the simple reply.
entered at the Postofftc i Houoiatn
M tecotidclaRR matter
..JULY 14, 1911
poruulty opening for progressive
work, mixed responsibility In the road
department should not bo allowed to
continue. Tho legislature laid down
a law for the Supervisors to follow.
Will bomeono pleaso Invito Senator
llrlstnw to come to Hawaii, where he
may get an actual first hand knowl
edge of how much good can bo ac
complished by cutting down tho tariff
on sugar nnd thereby guaranteeing
that no ono will bo nhlo to llvo In this
"Ituftis, you old loafer, do you think
It's right to lenvo your wlfo at tho
wiiHhuh whllo you pass your tlmo fish
"Yussiih, Jedsn; It'a all right. Mall
wlfo ilon' need nny watching. She'll
sholy wiik Jes" iih linrd.iis If I was dab."
Ah the (ruin nenrod tho city, tho col
orejj porter approached tho Jovlal-fuced
gentleman, paying, with a smile;
"Shall Ah brush yo' off, sab?"
"No," ro replied; "I prefer to get off
In the usual manner."
Vnltir of Suppressing Tuberculosis,
lly Dr. Simon Klcxncr.
When It Is recnllcil that tubercu
losis causes nhotit one-third of (ho
deaths Hint occur between tho ages
of twenty nnd fifty years It :)cc6mes
at onco npiiarcnt what nn enormous
Influence tho suppression ot this ono
disease must exercise upon the de
velopment nnd progress of HorlctyV
The eradication of tuberculosis Is
unions tho chief ends to bo accom
plished by nil the agencies which nro
striving tu uplift human society nnd
to make Its Individual units inoro
cltlclent nnd self sustaining. Hence
tho conquest of tuberculosis becomes
tho proper Held of endeavor for tho
statesman, legislator, physician and
With Honolulu as Intelligent as
It Is prosperous, It will not bo pos
sible for nny group of men to
boast of a petition carrying eight
thousand signatures to block such
u hope as has carried the civic
center advocates along In their
struggle to do something for the
material betterment of Honolulu
and their desire tu take advan
tage or the opportunity presented
In the proponed federal building
to establish Honolulu among the
American cities advancing along n
twentieth century plan. Adver
tiser. Slto Shifters aro such funny peo
ple. Fur from ,a Twentieth Century
plan they are, It properly represented
by the above comment proceeding uc
cording to the Ideals of the ancient
order of Mutts. With five thousand
names, obtained at flvo cents per, tho
Site" Shifters talked for'sovcral weeks
like n superannuated gang of magpies.
about the voice- of the people. Now
that they hac been licked In Con
grcBS, licked In public meeting nnd
licked at every other point of -tho
game, they talk of their hope nnd
their follies. Slto Shifters nro tho
ones nnd the only ones holding up tho
progress of the city of Honolulu, and
they can't make It appear otherwise
Wo doubt that they aro fooling oven
The community has &tood for
Cathcartlsin for bo long nnd has
tolerated abuse of offlco with such
extraordinary patience Adver
tiser, I.ct'g seo now. Voters of Honolulu
have thus far elected this same Cath
carl to tho snmo otllco for thrco terms.
Tho ' majorities were very decisive.
All tho while, tho morning paper has
been making comment llko that of
today. Tho record shows how serious
ly the pcopletake tho record.
The new Anglo-Japanese treaty Is
significant that Great Britain In
tends to cither throw nil Its power
against any hostile move of Japan
against the United States; or seeing
n conflict Impending has arranged a
way of getting out from under.
Whnt difference docs It mako wheth
er thcro aro eight thousand or ten
thousand names. Congress has or
dered that tho building shall bo lo
cated on tho Manuka site. Tho Slto
Shifters aro trying to defeat Congres
and tho people, of Honolulu.
Territory without dropping down to
tho Oriental coollo standard. Wo as
sume Mr. Urlstow Is honest.
THE INSURGENTS HARD
Former Cabinet Member Takes
Shot at Roosevelt and
Pinchot at Aberdeen.
SEATTLE, Wash, July . Former
Secretary of the Interior Richard A.
Bnlllnger roasted Roosevelt, rinchot
and tho Insurgents In general In an
Independence Day address at Aberdeen
today, llalllnger spoko to 20,000 peo
ple. He said In part:
"The most pernicious of all practices
Is that of tho present day which treats
with disrespect nnd Irreverence the
chnracter and permanence of our Insti
tutions. Nn ono but a Socialist would
advocate the abolition of tho Senate,
Tho hue and cry about popular rights
has tho effect of distracting tho ntten
tlnn of tho populace while tho stones
of tho temple, of liberty aro being car
"Many of our public men hnvo been
furnishing murh ground tor encourage
ment of popular tumult and disquietude
respecting tho remodeling of our In
stltutions. Slnco they have no stom
nch for real usefulness In legislation,
they criticize tho existing order of
things breed discontent and becloud
tho waters and In this way mako the
public bellevo they are, progressiva and
by their vehciueneo aro prepared to do,
"In n popular commotion tho worst'
men nro generally at tho front. They
eairy with them tho poputur clamor
until they nro foijnd out or until public
calamity, the great loveler, appears."
Daniel K. Colmlnn took his seat as a
Now York Hiipromo court Justice In
tho placo of Jumcs A. O'Gormnn,
olected United States sonatnr.
m mi e
Tho Middles from tho Naval ncad
omy were given a hearty official wol
como nt Qneenstnwn, 1 1 eland.
Homes on Gulick Ave.
For Sale ' !; '
1, $1500 Five-room
, ! months old.
' 2. $2200 Flvo roam modern house,
near King street carllne.
House Is about six years old)
lot It improved with fine
plants and trees, size 50x190.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
DURING your ab
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Islands we are
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your interests here. You
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your advantage to place
the management ofyour
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and responsible concern.
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Plnea or a
, Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply knvo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
LIE PASSED OVER
Druggist and Associates of
Accused Deny Telling of
WASHINGTON. D. O. Juno 27
Contradictions In testimony concern
ing pecuniary assistance Edward lllneo,
tho Chicago lumberman, may have ren
dered In the election of Senator Lori
mcr, marked today's session of tho
Senate Investigating committee.
Tho most slgnlllcaht was tho direct
denial by Shelly n. Jones, n druggist
In Maniuctte, Mich, that ho bad ever
said Illnes had remarked In Ills pres
LAND OF PUUPUEO
Since we began aelllng lots In this land we have learned a
thing or twoi
Fint That the real demand It for mediunvslia houie total
and In accordance with our suggestion tho owner ht subdivided
the two large lott into twelve amalter ones, containing from 18,.
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-sized lottl
Second That the lott in thlt land come pretty near telling'
themtelvet. The reaton? Because the lott are not remnnntt nor
undetirablet left over after the pick, but are the real choico lo
cation!. Thlt it eatlly proved by a vitlt to the land. Let ut
how youl '
FORT AND MERCHANT BTHEETI HONOLULU, T. H.
home I imoder'n ' n K' '
new, about six
Large lot, '
" Wc do more than
simply .fit a picture in
tiii: offick or TIJU
is opkn i'on hi lips1 messaoks
UKTIti 11 P. M.
ence that bo had "put Eorlmer over"
ns n United Slates Senator, nnd that
he, Illnes, had collected a fund of
I1O0.C00 to do It.
In so testifying the witness contra-
illctM iiflldavltH ot IX II. Muthor, deputy
United States Marshal nt Marquette)
Frank J. Russell, editor of the Mining
Journal of Marquette, and Robert ,C.
I.OWP, a Chicago newspaper reporter,
before tho committee appointed by tho
Illinois Senato to lnvi-dlgalo tho lrl
Ills testimony ulso contradicted the
testimony len by Morrla . Co.in, un
Investigator for tho committee.
William' O'ltrlen, a lumberman of Du
blin, Minn, and vice-president of the
Vlrclntu nml ItnltlV Ijlko ComliailV. Of
which nines Is president and of which'
W. U. Cook, another witness of tho day,
was director, contradicted tho testi
mony given to tho Helm commltteo by
He denied that Coan had requested
him to appear before tho Helm com
mittee, as Coan Is credited with hav
ing lestllled ho did request. Ho denied
he bad tnld Coan ho was mixed up with
tho Weyerhausers oiul Illnes In n deal
and that ho felt his testimony might
convict Illnes of perjury.
Tim entire force of tho American
Exprci.s Company nt Albany will bo
summoned befdiu tho United States
court before tho trfal of the oplum
s:iiiggllui: cases now being considered
Tho new postoulco nt New Havon,
according to present plans, will cost
between $500,000 und $850j6o0.
IMucatlonnl matters hnvo received
cnnsldcrnblo itotlcn .during tho Itrst
six months of this year, and In thin
'respect, statistics from ICuropo will
bo nt interest.
Thcro nro 4Gr,,4Cl schools, with tn,
TiOO.ooo pupils, In Kuropc, presided ov
er by 1,119,413 teachers. According
to the average, there Is ono tenchor
to ecry forty-live scholars. Twolvo
j ears ago thcro was only one tenchnr
for every sixty srhulars. Tho number
of teachers in Russia is about 19." ,000,
whllo those In Germany number 108,
000. In Russia (hero Is ono teacher
to every A 14 Inhabitants mid In Ger
many tjicte Is one teacher to 361, In
England thcro nro l?7,r00 teachers
occupied, which allows ono teacher to
every 231 Inhabitants. In Germany
there nro threo Illiterates to each 1000
of population, whllo In Kngland thcro
nro (on. Tho most illiterates nro to
bo found in Russln, whero thcro nro
617 to ccry 1000 Inhabitant. In
Germany 6S per rent of tho attend
ance nt the schools is composed of
children between tho ages of R and
IB; In Russia tho average Is only 27
Temperatures. 6 n. m., 73; 8 n. i
7S; 10 a. m., 80; noon, 80; morning
u Iaromctcr, 8 a. in , 29.33; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., n.tr.nn gralnti per
cubic foot; rclitUa humidity, 8 n. in.,
00 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 63.
Wind. 6 a. in., velocity 2, direction
SW; 8 a. m., velocity 3,dlrcctlon W;
10 a. m.. velocity 10; direction NE;
noon, velocity 12, direction NE.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8
n. m., .02 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
bonis ended at noon, 153 miles.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, July 14.
SAN FRANCISCO .Inly It, 11 n. m
Arrltcd, S. S. China, honco July 8,
10 ii. m. ,"
I.IVHRI'OOI, July 13: Sailed, S. S.
Crown of Cast Ho, for Honolulu.
HILO July 13, 2 p. in.; Balled, S. S
Knio'rprlso, for San Francisco.
A big freighter, belonging (6 'tho
Hnrrihon Line, Known "as, tho Crown
or Castile, sailed yesterday from Liv
erpool! with destination as Honolulu
nnd tho north Pacific coaiit of thn
Tho Crown of Castllo, Is tho sec
ond steamer that has been dispatched
from Great Ilrltaln and tho Continent
on tho new rntito which Includes tho
Tho vessels In tho Harrison I.lnc
tnko cargo from .Glasgow, Ixindon
Liverpool, Rremcn nnd Antwerp. Tho
Crown of CsBtllo shoufd nrrlvo hero
In about two months. Fred L. Wnl
dron Is tho local representative for
Wireless messages recehed here
today tell of, tho expected nrrhal of
tho r.iclllf Mall steamer Manchuria
nt noon tomorrow with Orlentnl cargo
and will sail for San Francisco at
eleven o'clock on Saturday morning.
.The Toio Klben Knlslia liner Hong'
tying Maru will arrho at Honolulu m
mumiay morning irom japan pons
Tho vessel takes on coil and supplies
hut loaves no cargo. It Is tho present
Intention to dispatch the steamer for
Central and South American ports on
the evening of tho same day.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer En
tci prise was dispatched from Illlo for
San Francisco yesterday afternoon
taking nn shipments of Mignr and also
a fow passcngcrH,
Mnny diamonds hnvo been lost
by neglecting to havo worn-out
ring claws repaired soon enough.
Our prices for rccluwlng and
remounting nro qulto moderate,
tho service prompt, und tho
workmanship tho best.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
NOT only muit every
Individual dairy be
longing to this 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 elcctrlo
The public It cordially
Invited to call at our milk
depot, on Sheridan street,
near King, any day be
tween 9 and 11 a. m. to tee
the new electric purifying
process in operation.
You will find our depot
an example of cleanllneit
MOVE HIS NEST
Aviator Masson Made His Last
Flight on These Islands
Lcllehua had tho pleasure of seeing
for tho Inst time flights by Dlrdmau
Massnn, on these Islands. Masion, ac
companied by his mechanician and
Slguard Russel, will snll for tho main
land, not by planes, but by mere com
Tho olllcers at Scholleld saw tho
grentest exhibition of Hying ever Jioheld t
I... ,l'.n. '.I... I.... tJ.UHHM ..lul.. nil A 1
u tiiuiu ii ill iiik ,.iiinui, a hiiid iu ,,.--
leliua. So perfect wuh the control of
tho machines demonstrated that many
an Ameer Is walking blindly around
Lelleiiu.i dreaming of tho near future,
which shows possibilities of n speedy
Jaunt on nlr waves to neighboring
camps by them or.-.jnnyluip, n'llttlo
Might In tho cool of the evening, swoop
ing down Into the grounds of a homo
where, perchance, it llltlo ball may bo
under full swing.
Yes, most emphatically yes, It does
look to tho army olllcers who saw ycH
terd.iy's (lights that they will have to
"can" mere pause nutos nnd such modCH
of travel, and get Into tho real fashion
of paying visits by nlr.
Ami Mnmon Is tho causo ot all this,
for II was he. In a smiling manner, who
showed them how perfectly easy It was
to manipulate tho liugn bird, arising
from a given spare of ground and
alighting In a small urea with thn
greatest of ease. Not even receiving
tho slightest Jar on descending to hard,
rocky earth, but swooping und alight
ing ylth the delicacy of a gull.
Tho longest Might by tho nlr cruiser
wns from the parade ground to the tar
get rnnge, two miles distant. Coming
to eartti gently nt tho range, ho chatted
with tho olMccrs In charge, smoked a
cigarette or two and then, mounting
hack Into space, soared around tho
grounds In a huge circle.
In the afternoon lio took his media-'
nlcl.in in tho machine to show at cloio
ranGo a few of tho celestial wonders,
but wns forced to cling to Mother
Earth's apron-strings owing to u
Ho recelxrd an ear-splitting ovation
In tho hull of the Fifth Cavalry by the
otllccri. and regulars when ho delivered
a lecture there last night.
Tho Lellehuu folk havo surely gono
aviation nutty, and It will be some time
after tho leaving of Masson that they
will get their minds on mere worldly
Just at present. If analyzed, their
brains would he. ono Jumbled limns of
monoplanes, biplanes,' war balloons nnd
A. LqwIm, Jr., has received a letter
from President David Starr Jordan of
Stanford University confirming tho
previous plans for tho dlstlngiilhhod
odtirntor to speak If tho steamer' on
which ho goes out to tho Orient nr
rlvril hero In tlmo for the address
during tho day,
According to cabled nows rocoivod
hern, tho widow of tho lata Judgn
Jumcs W. Austin, formorly a Justice
or tho supremo court horo. Is dond In
Roslon. Judgo nnd Mrs. Austin llvo
in Honolulu from 1857 to 1872.
A constitutional amendment provid
ing for tin, mltl.itlvo and tho referen
dum ictiiwO u favorable report bytho
Husi-aeliusettH leglslatlvo committee '
lecently f r tho fin", inno In nny New