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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OFANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallacj: R. Farkinoton, - Editor
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Quarrel or reprimand,
Twill men he tark.
Up! .Mind Ihlne own aim, iiud
(lod ipt'vil llir mark!
.May Ilia cholera In Boston send
the tourist toward Honolulu ns rnpiu-
ly ns n local epidemic u few months
ago sent them out.
Political boaslliiK Is not always
wise. Millionaire nines iiiiula the xe-
mark that ho elected Uurlnicr.
ho Is very much cnibanasscd by he
lug asked how ho did It.
-' Following the thcorof ratings for
kflro Insurance, will the accident com
panies luciease tho rates In Honolulu
"on account of tho steadily Increasing
iiiiiiiIk.i. tT ntitnnuitillps?
f Honolulu Is ns much In need of freo
garbage collection today; ns ever It
j was. Don't forget tho fact Just be
cause Iho weather Is warm and there's
bomcthlng else to talk about.
If ninro of tho tnxpajors would talk
t direct tn members of tho Hoard of
'Supervisors, It would bo much nioro
b satisfactory nnd secure ocltcr re-
imitttW aiilla' than ritiohrf.ttir their romhlutnts
Irtj. to tho side of tho house.
Is there anything moro that can
bo brought forward ns nn excuse for
dclajlug thu reconstruction ot tho
Judiciary building, for which tho np
, proprlatlon wns rushed throught tho
Lcglslutura "to gain time."
Tho l)u 1 1 c t I n has been sup-
F- ...,.,. .. ,- ,.. .l.l.
Jj pilCU Willi II IU illliliiHl'ilin 1,1 linns"
' called roods on the Island of Hawaii.
Thesn will be published from tlmo to
:tlnio as n reminder that Hawaii Coun-
'ty needs all the Intelligent assistance
It cm get.
Appearnnco of cholera In Now
'York and Huston should have an In
fluence nu Honolulu. Not to mnko
tho city cry "You'ro, another," but
rnther to glo moro heed to tho needs
of the city recently pointed out by
Us own experience.
President Taft'H recognition of tho
,4f assistance rendered Canadian reci
procity by the Democrats has tho po
'IUIchI slnnlllcanco of showing thut
fwe have In oflleo u President who
does'n't kick a friend overboard for
fear tho recognition of him might
hurt his prospects with his own
crowd, Such a man Is hard for homo
Honolulu peoplo tn understand.
.1 With tho arbitration treaty guar
anteeing beyond question tho pcaco
of the Pacific, and tho expense ot
fmvrtiitiinftt nri.f liMltntr n norlnllH rn
n...v.. w.v ..ww.H...n . ..v.. ...
ductlon ot the sugar tariff, und Pearl
Harbor work going on apace, and tho
i ' weather In Kuropo unfavorable to tho
"k'Jbeot ciop, what moro do you want to
"' assuic you that Honolulu has a bright
future and offers tho best and safest
Investments of any city In tho world.
When another baseball team Is
asked to come to Honolulu, kindly
Iclc It from a peoplo who know what
is to be true sportsmen. Tho ex
hibition made by the Kelos and tho
t local Japanese In working a boycott
ItVaro from n sportsman's standpoint
'absolutely disgraceful. It a team or
?f,n ctowd aro not willing to "piny tho
fjgnmo imd abldo by (ho decision of
"the pmplro" they should quit.
P' Imiirnvcment clubs that loow after
'their own section of the city are ox-
'cellont organizations. They aro bet
tor when they treat public neces-
sltlcH in a spirit of broad citizenship
Ji, thut lecognles thut one section of
tho city advances when tho whole
community Bhares In a general prog -
frYcsslvn era. ' The spirit to- be cultl-
Jvatiil Is that of u large and growing
'city, not of a narrow town innilo up
of a number ot selfish sections.
ntertd ftl tht rmlolhc at llonoinln
m fetmtd-rltH, mtller.
.JULY 24, 1911
Mr. Judd's first real problem is to
discover whether lie Is n I-und Com
missioner with uuthorlty and respons
ibility, or a sort ot chief clerk assign
ed to (he Land Oflleo for the pur-
poso of Btnndlng off homesteaders nnd
apologising for the law nnd Its nd-
Plans aro ulieady being laid In tho
offices of transportation companies of
the East for steamship lines operating
through tho Panama canal. What Is.
,,l nvoragc Honolulu citizen doing o
help put this clly In condition to bo
nssuicd that these ships can bo ac
commodated hero nnd their passen
gers reasonably safo from being held
up by port quarantines.
That road expert from Washington
Is hound to hnvo n monument tn tho
County of Hawaii. Let us hopo It
will be a road that .will Inst rather
than tho Vcmalns of a road that fail
ed, bccniiso of a lack of knowledge of
local conditions and materials. The
taxpayers of Hawaii have paid for
tho education of moro than one road
builder, who had the same Idea ns
tho Washington architects who pro
vide steam heaters for buildings to
bo erected In Hawaii.
LAND COMMISSIONER AND LANDln
I-und Commissioner Judd has a
man's sired tusk on tils hands and
thcro Is not tho slightest doubt that
ho will tackle It with enthusiasm, und
determination to mnko u rocord cred
itable at once to himself and accom
plishing much for tho American prog
ress of tho Territory.
Ono of tho first mutters thut will
havo to bo decided Is whether tho
land udmlnlstrntlon of tho Territory
Is actually in tho bunds of tho Com
missioner, or thut officer is to bo
merely- a buffer somo peoplo huvo
culled' It bluffor for tho Governor.
In other words Is the Land Commis
sioner to ho appointed to oflleo with
tho direction to go ahead nnd pull
tho public land business of Hawaii
out of the doldrums, or Is tho future
to bo a repetition of tho past wiioi'
delays huvo been almost Interminable?,
und homesteudors kopt waiting whllo
tho Land Commissioner, tho Iind
Hoard nnd tho Governor aro trying
lo adjust their Ideas of what should
Tho II til lot In would like lo sea
Mr. Judd given a free hand. Glvo
him a fair chance to put tho land
business of this Territory in such
shape that any person can go to tho
Land Huiouu und get exact infor
mation Immediately, and not bo forc
ed to wait till the query Is passed
around tho circlo and tho Information
perhaps lost In tho shuttle
WHERE LAND LAWS ARE RADICAL
Sometimes wa aro reminded that
older und moro advanced localities
than our own havo tund laws thut aro
much moro "rndlcal."
This comment Is Inspired by un
Interview recently published with
nichard Crokor, who lias u flvo hundred-
aero "farm" In Ireland, nnd the
urrlvul In Honolulu ot I-and Com
missioner Judd, who will bo held re
sponsible, for tho next few years, for
getting tho people on the lund In
Many of our peoplo consider our
present land law decidedly radical In
Its relation to largo estates. Somo
how It does not fit the poor mnn and
the lurgo estates don't like It.
Ttlchnrd Croker describes tho luud
luw ot Ireland, where the peoplo are
In the following Inn-
"Under tho now land law no poor
man need bo without a homo ot his
1 own In Ireland n home that belongs
to him nnd that ho can bequeath to
"Under that law, If you aro n poor
mnn In Ireland, and I havo more land
than I actually need, you can apply
to the local board and havo n part
ot my surplus ucrcs sot nshlo for
jour use nnd ownership. Tho govern
ment will buy the land from me at n
value appraised by tho board, and
turn It over to you lifter putting up
a one-Blory Iioubo for you at a cost of
"You oo mo nothing, Your en
tire Indebtedness Is tn the govern
ment. Yon pay for your plnco out of
your crops or other earnings, In tho
Inst two or three jenrs tho govern
ment has put eight of this kind of
tenants on my own land, five miles
nut ot Dublin.1 The government did
not nsk me If I wanted to sell these
eight different pieces; It look them,
und there wns no aigumcnt about It."
One does not have to read that In
terview over twice to dccldo that Ha
waii doesn't know what "radicalism"
Is when It comes to Innd laws that
'man tho Innd" with government as
it "Nothing venturo, nothing have," it
Si N Just ns true in tho statement Si
ii that "It amputation sets In you it
it will have to havo it cut off," and tt
ti those who absorb tho full mean- tt
it Ing of the first quotation usually it
ii succeed In business. it
it The , first venture In business it
ii is the advertising proposition, ii
it You venture nn advertisement tt
it that carries somo distinctive fen- it
U turo In It and you will Imv'o tho St
it business that It will surely bring, ti
it' William K. Hodge, who acts very it
tt cleverly In tho play "Tho Man tt
it from Homo," wns called beforo tt
tt the curtain In Philadelphia re- it
St ccntly, nnd It Is stated that ho tt
tt made a speech something like the it
St following: tt
it "When this play was first pro- ii
St duccd wo tried It out In a small tt
ti community vvhero thcro wns tt
St rather a good-sized theatre. it
Si "Tho house was well filled tt
it and the audienco was very at- ti
8 tcntlvc, but thcro was no up- ti
ti plause, nu laughter. it
it "After tho show was over I tt
tt sought out tho manager of tho tt
it thoatro, a local cclclnlty, and SS
it I asked him: Si
Si "'What Is tho matter with SS
tt this show?' St
U "'Nothing that I know of,"
ho answered. St
, "!What wns tho mutter with it
tho audienco tonight? Do you ti
think tho peoplo liked tho it
"Yes, I reckon thoy liked It ti
all right enough, for I heard tt
somo of them say ns they pass- SS
cd out that thoy allowed It was SS
a purly good fchovv.' SS
" 'Hut nobody laughed or ap- ii
plaudcd.' . St
" 'Oh, ono or two bliimcd fools SS
did start to laugh, hut tho con- ti
stable was hero and put 'cm ti
but, nnd thut kept tho nudlonco St
quiet and attentive." it
That (day Is ono of tho finest ii
tt over produced on nnytngo but SS
SS In tho Incident related nlmyo It tt
SS Is very much llko cortiln ndver- tt
it Using It Is mighty good and SS
Si liohls tho attention of tho read- it
tt ors. they think It over, but be- it
tt dauso 'they dq not got up und it
St applauded th'tlr licads Jiff .the .St
it 'advertiser gets-weak In tho kneos ti
tt and sends his- head man down to St
St stop tho advertising. ti
Si All people aro not nllko. Somott
St act quickly others deliberately.' SS
H You must KEEP ON ADVUrt- SS
ti TISINa until you move all poo- it
SS pie. 8
tt Look at "THE MAN FTIOM
tt HOME." SupiKiso lack, of up- St
tt pliutso nnd laughter had caused St
tt tho withdrawal' of tho play tho ti
St world would havo been denied St
St ono of tho grandest productions ti
St ever plnccd on tho boards. But St
tt thoy kopt right on' playing and Si
SS It succeeded. ii
Si So It Is with n GOOD ATWEll- St
St TI8EMENT, which Is, after all. tt
ti a good play that cntertulns you Si
it fills a need. The need may it
H not oxlBt Immediately but It ti
it will exist somo tlmo. tt
tt KEEP ON ADVEUTISINO II
St keep on doing good advertising. St
tt Your nudloncc tho public will tt
Si npprecluto you and .glvo you tho St
Si right sort of returns. tt
ti Advertlso in nccordanco with tt
St your business. St
tt DON'T OVEUDO IT. St
tt DONT UNDERDO IT. ti
St KEEP AT IT even though SS
tt compelled to stnrt.ln.a small way. ti
Under a mortgagee's sale, the prop
erty nnd business of tho V. W. Wright
'iirrlago Co.. Ltd., wns today sold nt
auction to P. AY. lIUKtacc, ns trustee,
for 12600. Tho wile took place at tho
rooms of J. P. Morgan nnd tho bid was
made by J. P. Mngoon for Hustuce. A.
P. Cooke bid 2000 nnd High Sheriff
William Henry 2."00, lint neither would
Tho property was originally mort
gaged to August Dreler by tho com
pany and tho mortgage later assigned
to John Henry Mngoon nnd was fore
closed. Tho business 1$ to bo reorgan
ized as the Wrlght-HuMneo Company
for all kinds of cnrrlnge nnd nuto work,
nnd gives prnmlso ot becoming pro-
EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 24iJ9a
For Quick Sale
' " Three Lots in . . , ,,
Waialae Heights Tract -
iiach Lot 50 tt: x 150 It. '
As a whole $500
- :' .'d$" '
: W '
Trent Trust Cd., Ltd.
sence irom the
Islands we are
prepared to manage your
estate and look after
your interests here. You
will find it greatly to
your advantage to place
ithe rnanagement ofyour
affairs with a capable
and responsible concern,
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Cratt of Six , 8eloUd Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply Icavo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wcls, Fargo Express Company)
. - "w-
WORK ON GIRLS' HOME
IS NOW T0BE STARTED
(invcrnnr W.iltcr P. I'ronr, Presi
dent or tho Hoard or Health 1. Molt
Smith and Superintendent of Public:
Woikb Mnistou Campbell paid a vis i
ot Inspection to tho 3lto picked out by
tho last legislature for tho new Ka
plnlanl Gills' home.
It Is situated in tho Knllht district
and command) a wonderful vlow. Kv,
crythlng In connection with it has
now been fixed up nnd the contractor
has beon glvo iionlera to go stralgnt
ahead with his work. Tho legisla
ture hefnrc Inst appropriated ilE,iV)6
for tho work hut this was found not
to bo enough and tho Inst body ap
propriated a further sum of $10,000
,4'ctirryout Uip.vvor ;i U 4
Since we bogan telling lots In thit land wt havt learned
thing or twoi m
First That tht real denind it for medlunvtlze house lots)
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner hat subdivided
the two largo lott into twtlvo tmsller one's, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet Still good-sized, lotsl
Second That the lots. In this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? 'Because the lott are not romnantt nor
undesirables left over after the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This It easily proved by a visit to the land. Let ut
F0ET AND MERCHANT STEEETJ HONOLULU, T. H.
jl zs-srai " -
Exhibition of Old
On at GURREY'Ss
THE OPFIC13 OP THE
is ofEN pon sun's1 mussaohs
UNTIL II I. M.
The United States Dlntrlct Court was
culled to order this morning In the new
piciulHcH In the Model Mock. Thcro
wro a number of cases on tho calen
dar, but most ot them were continued.
The ciiKo of Jlnrrlmnii vs. Henry,
which uroxc oit of u turn up on the
vessel It. C. Slndc, was continued until
culled up, owing to the fncfot Krnnk
Thnmpxnu being engaged an ono ot tho
The ciiko of tho United Hlntcii ngntnnt
Curl On Tul was continued for twenty
ilajx. Tho United States ngnlnnt Chan
l.ung, and nlxo tho same agnlnst Okltu,
were nollo pressed.
Tho enso ot the United States against
Otoku Owe. who wns culled up for ur
rnlKiimout, wns continued until July
28. Tho court adjourned until Wed
nesday next owing to the fact tlMt
thcro limy Mislbly bo something aris
ing out of the proceedings of the grand
Superintendent of Public Workl
Miirstnn Campbell 'stilted this morn
ing thnt nothing definite had been dono
In connection with tho housing of tho
This wus In answer to a story that
appeared In tho morning paper In ref
erence to them being established In tho
present Y. M. C. A. building. Ho In
spected tho building some little tlmo
ago, but did not mako any dellulto
plans,1 Tho matter) Is nil up in tho ulr
and tho courts will continue In tho Ju
diciary building for the present.
. . :
2185 editorial rooms 2256
business office. Three are the tele-
A - guTr t r?-in. t," vr, r:i.
lAUttb. , IF?!
Serving In a way 111 :i United States
nimy tiuhsjiort, Iho MhNoii Naviga
tion steamer Ijiiillue, from San Krnh
cisco Is duo to nrilVc oaily Wednes
day morning with two b.ilierles of
artillery lor Honolulu In addition to
4.1 cabin passengers and 37CD tons
A vvlrclcssi received from that v ea
sel at Iho agency of Castlo and Cooko
nnnotllifcs that Iho Lurlliie wns 1000
"miles off Honolulu nt 8 o'clock Inst
nlriM. steaming tlnougd smooth Boas
and iiorthe.ily winds.
Tho vessel has fc2 packages mall,
114 packages Wells Purgo Express
mutter, 10 automobiles and 8o Ions
cargo for dlschhrgo at Knhulnl. !
Tho I.urllno Is to dock nt Haekfcld
wharf. I IFI I fill
Captain Wecdon wires that all Is
V"' "", "i.
Reports from tho Hiimnuma oil en
terprise aro very satisfactory, despite
the fact that an atscssment of tho
stock wn made nt a recent meeting 6f
In iv recent mull n letter was rc-
ci-lvcd from those lonnected Willi the
work stating that tho drill of the well
Is down 5020 feet and the cnslng about
1700 feet, l'or a tlmo tho drilling was
very discouraging, us It went through
u hard sand. This Is probably what
gave rise to the locnl story that tho
drill was going through mntcrlul "thnt
they make cnurthotiics of."
Uitely the hard sand has given pluco
ii a red clay formation, nnd tho go-
nloBlsts who huvo been consulted sta(o
thnt tho oil-bearing Ninds should bo
from fifty lo one hundred feet below
Considerable tlmo und money will bo
occupied In putting the well holo In
slmpo to protect tho deeper borings
from cnve-lns, but generally speaking
those mot henvlly Interested In tho
cnlerprlio aro very confident thnt good
resultsl will follow Uio deeper borings.
GRAND JURY IN
The grand Jury continued Its session
this morning, meeting In the new
remises nt tho Model block, vvhero
matters pcilaliilng to an) thing Federal
will In future bo dealt with. Tho
probing of tho opium deals was con
tinued, nnd tho enso of Chief Olllecr
K. Stewart of tho Pucltlc Mall
steamer Sllierln. which arrived hero
this morning, will bo passed over to
Slewnrt wns brought up beforo Act
ing Commissioner Charles S. D.ivls nnd
tho case was continued. It Is thought
Hint there may possibly bo somo con
nection with this enso nnd tho matters
at present In tho hands of tho grand
Jury, nnd thnt It Is better to deal with
the probing altogether.
According to a report In circulation
this morning, Mime of the grand Jurors
may bo excused and others called In
to tako their places. If so tho change.
will In nil probability bo inudo on Wed
Tomncratuics. (! n. m.. 73: 8 a. m
77; 10 a. m 7f; noon, SO; morning
Ilnrnmotor, g n. m., 20.98; nhsotuto
humidity, 8 a. in., fi.r75 grains per
cubic toot; rctatlvo humidity, 8 a. in.,
CGpcr cent; dew point 8 n. in., 0B.
Wind. 6 a. m., velocity 4, direction
NK; 8 n. in., voloclty C, direction Nil;
10 n. m., velocity G, direction B; noon,
velocity 9, direction NI3.
Rainfall dining 24 hours ended 8
n. m., 1 Inch.
Total wind movoment during 21
hours ended nt nnou.'lfiG mites.
HOW THE FEDERAL COURTS
ARE BEjNG LOCATED NOW
Tho Mexlcl block Is fur from being
u truo representation of its name ut
tho picsent tlmo. Everything Is up
side clown, bill despite this fact tho
work Is going abend Just tho samo.
On the first floor there Is tho grand
jury room And noxt to this Assistant
United Statos Attornoy W. T. Ilaw
llns, with tho United States Attor
ney Robert W. liroekons noxt to that.
On the right Just at the top ot tho
stairs js the marshal's olllce. .'o.U
comes the stenographer's room.
nn tho nuvt llnor Is the United
Stu'tes district court, the cleik's of
lleo, Chief Clerk Uus Murphy, Judge
demons' room nnd Judgo Dnlo's
room, These aro till the moms thut
huvo been planned out so tar. (lenrgo
11, Davis Is believed to hnvo tho room
on the first floor Immedlntoly op
poslto the head ot tho stairs.
H MM IMA HAS
A now style In
"Crosse'tt Shoes for
are showing tome
ones In PATENT
COLT BUTTON BOOTS)
Jio a GUN-METAL CALF
Ahlch it an extremely pop
ular shoe among the
These are built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The beet .for the leait
Shoe Co.; Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Per stnir. Mlknlmla, from Maul and
Molokal piirts Sls't'or Huzunnit, Mrs.
,M. Bllva, Mrs. M. J. Dovuuchcllo, Miss
Dcvauchcllo, Miss D. Hurt, Miss M.
Hart, E. Mucombcr, I). Wagoner, D.
U Austin,. ,!,u Dlrch, Mrs. nirch, W,
Lung. J. II. Jones, Mrs. Srhndcr, W.
V. Jones, Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones, M. ,
Jones, Mrs. E. Fernandez, Mrs. Dan-
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, July 24.
SAN 1'KANCISCO July 22: Arrlvod,
Ilkt. Hawaii, from Mahukonu, June
OKAYS IIAIinOR July 22: Sullcd,
Sclir. Ilorcalls, for Hilo.
QUAYS HAnnOK July 22: Salloil,
Schr, Currier Dove, for Kahulul.
SRATTI.B July 23: Sailed, S. S.
Hyadcs, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANC1SCO July 2.1: Sailed,
nk. Audiow Welch, for Honolulu.
GItAYB HAIHlOlt July 21: Arrived,
Schr. Ethel Kane, from Hilo, Juno
S. S. I. inline, July 23, 8 p .m., 1000
miles oft Honolulu; north wind,
smooth hen, 44 passengers, nnd G2
sacks mull for Honolulu, will itrrlvo
culy Wednesday morning, all well,
docks nt Haekfcld wharf.
S. S. Siberia sails for Yokohama. S
p. m. today.
MI18. HAROLD DILLINOHAM of
Honolulu will nrrlvo In September to
visit her mother, Mrs. Hyde-Smith,
and her sister, Mrs. Baldwin Wood.
Mrs. Dilllnghom will bo accompanied
by her little daughter and will , ro
innln sovcrnl months. S. P. Kinoi-
Fine Copper Plate
pie Sinking and
Wax and Corporation
I M I J
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