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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, 'JULY 29, 1911.
f DAILY and WEEKLY Published
-uu.. liu., at Kerr buiming, Aiakca st.f Territory of Hawaii.
bally every day except Sunday.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory ot Hawaii.
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i ' I Business
There is nothing so easy but that it becomes difficult
when you do it witli reluctance. Terrence.
M UNANIMOUS FOR SANITATION MEASURES.
I - First on the list of recommendations made by the Clean-
rup day committee is, free garbage collection for the city of
This conclusion is drawn from the experience of a day
that gave Honolulu the most thorough cleaning it has known
. It tallies with the recommendation of the President of the
Board of Health, the Governor and all the experienced san
So far as known not a single voice has been raised
; against free garbage collection among the taxpayers of the
city and county of Honolulu.
The proposition is passed up to the Board of Supervisors
of the city and county of Honolulu by practically a unanimous
vote. The people look to the officials of the city for action.
And they have reason to expect it.
To give a free garbage service means an expenditure of
more money an investment in municipal cleanliness. Un
der he terms of the law the Supervisors have the authority
to levy taxes for specific purposes. In other words the Su-
' pervisors have a duty to perform and all the means of legal
'. authority to do with.
If memory serves correctly the complaint was made by an
' official that the whole garbage plant needs to be renovated.
Everyone can believe this. But a new plant cannot be estab
lished, horses, mules, carts and the necessary equipment
bought and put in service by sitting down and whining about
, the difficulties. , ,
There is work to do;'business estimates to be made; ad
justment of taxes and finances to meet the demands of the
citiiotinn Prnnpr canitatinn riff thn nitv nf Honolulu demands
UllUHtlVltl I iwvi w. . I . w. . w
I Mr. Supervisors, it is up to YOU'. Don't say you canT,
t for the safety of the city of Honolulu demands that it shall
I Anotuer notei siarieu near me
crater of Kilauea bIiowb how kind la
' "the greatest
scenic volcano In the
.The late II. I. Baldwin in his final
bequeaths bb well us his dally lite
showed himself liberal and . kind
(Predict all you please regarding the
future of the sugar market and what
Congress will do. One gueHS is Just
ias good as another. . .
BT.?Thp United States Government Tan-
Pnot' speed the building operations at
the naval station and army headquar
ters too rapidly to suit the city of
.Supervisors must put a man In the
jjroad department who will get an
honest day'B work from every em
Eploye of the city who draws a full
day's pay. That is the only way In
which to put the city administration
ion the basis that will commend Itself
E-'to all voters who are worth while.
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AH luuu un lun uuiivu aiutvo uvbuh-
Jatea an arbitration treaty with Ger-
Fmany it will have completed the nat-
fural alliances of America with Euro-
f, pean nations. The large German-
American population of the United
i States should be as cortaln a guaran
tee of; good will und a high regard
:for the permanence of peace, as 'the
l unity of language and ancestry among
the British and Amerlcuns.
"It took that ruclng automobile 20
(minutes to pass this house."
"Fact, I could hear it 10 minutes
before it got here and I could smell
lit 10 minutes after it passed."
"Please, sir," said tho office boy.
"Well, what is it?". demanded the
"Please, air, could 1 get off again
8 today 1 1 ,We had to postpone grand
fma's funeral yesterday on uccount ot
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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..JULY 29. 1911
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Hawaii's bond Issues will always
make a good record In the flnanclal
markets as long as they retain the
feature of Presidential approval and
are accepted as bonds to guarantee
National bank circulation.
There is nothing like a public bear
ing to show the people that a tre
mendous amount of work has to be
demo on the wharves of Honolulu to
meet the demands of a growing
Bhort spells of southerly weather
are reminders of how far short of
conquering the mosquito the people
of this city are. This should be a
spur to more aggressive effort. Ho
nolulu cannot be safe till it Is as
clear of the mosquito as Panama.
William Kent stated an absolute
truth when he said, "We could not
leave the question of immigration and
citizenship open to Great Britain and
closostbo questions as against Japan
without having tendered what might
be considered an Insult and cause for
Where assessments are being call
ed on the forelgu stocks In which
local people "Invested," dividends are
being paid on the local stocks that
were regarded as having seen their
best days. People who have stayed
by Honolulu and home Investment
have mighty few losses to record.
Hewitt Have you heard Oruet's
Hewitt He says that ho cares not
who builds the airship if he can have
charge of tho funerals of the avia
tors. Mr. Hunpeck Are you the man
who gave my wife a lot of impu
dence? Mr. Scrapper I reckon I am.
Mr. Henpeclc Shako! You're a
OPPORTUNITIES FOR HOUSEHOLDERS.
Advertising column of the Bul
let I n today present offerings of store
news bargains In greutcr bulk mid
larger variety than has ever been pre
sented by this or any other Honolulu
newspaper at this season of the year.
livery householder may feel grati
fied that the sale habit Is Increasing
In nil lines of Honolulu retail trade.
This being Interpreted, means that
business Is Increasing, the dealers
turn over their stock more frequently,
nnd carry the lateBt styles. In other
words the stores of Honolulu nre up-to-date
In nil details.
Perusal of the B u 1 1 eA I n advertis
ing columns will show the men and
women ot Honolulu households the
way to bargains In every detail of
homo necessities and many of the lit
tle luxuries that are always attrac
tive. Liberal patronage of the B u 11 o 1 1 n
advertising columns also proves the
popularity ot the Bulletin as the
best advertising medium as well as
the best newspaper In town.
Disapproval by the morning paper
nan come to mean a recommendation
for everyone nnd everything It at
tacks. Because there Is no honest
motive back of the Thurstonlau
Independent party talk, without
first a strong movement by strong
men to hold the partlzans and the In
different citizens to their duty, Is
usually the mouthing of the crooked
factlonalist or the plain ordinary fool
Hawaii ought to be able to turn out
a good sized following for James R.
Garfield as a Presidential candidate.
Except for the President himself, he
Is one of the few men who have visit
ed these Islands and been Immediately
rated as possessing the Presidential
What is known as the Macomb Idea
for handling the waterfrontage east
of the harbor and toward the Wal
kikl forts is by all odds the most prac
tical and all-round sensible proposal
that has ever been made for that por
tion of this Island. Further than that
It supplies Just exactly what the army
needs. May success attend the effort
made In the department and through
Congress to bring about tho early
fruition of the General's scheme.
Few communities In this world
have, a greater responsibility than the
citizens of Honolulujwho have to con
duct their city In a manner to Ruit
tho most' advanced standards of prog'
resa as represented In the evonts that
are forcing themselves upon the city
whether the people will or no. Ho
nolulu must come up to the.stamiard.
The only question te whether its own
people will rise to the occasion, or
falling to do so put themselves in n
position to be governed rather than
Congress Is well aware that Wil
liam Kent voices the sentiment ot the
Pacific Coast when he declares that It
must be retained as a white man's
country at all hazzards. It Is by no
means likely that his protest against
certain phases of the arbitration
treaty was unheeded. It Is the duty
of every right-minded American to
guard his country against being over
whelmed by force of Immigration
numbers that cannot be rapidly as
slmilated. Even the nations against
whom the guard Is raised recognize
LANDS TIED UP
(Continued from Pag 1)
1900, a preference right to purchase so
much of such parcel and such adjoin
Ing land as may be reasonably required
for a home, at a fair price to be de
termlned by three disinterested citizens
who shall be appointed by the Qov
Where Is th. Line?
"Now comes the question, as to where
the line shall be drawn. Bay that A
came to live on the land In June ot
1900 and that B was there prior to
April 30. We must gtvn H his prefer
ence rights but what about A? Ho
hnH lived there and fulfilled all the re
quirements with only a month short. If
we deny him. his right as laid down In
the act, then what are we going to Bay
to him? If, on the other hand, we give
him his right, then what nre we going
to do with C, who has only two months
short? The line must be drawn some
where, and Congress, recognlilng this,
made a specific date. Now the ques
tion comes as to how we thull treat
some of those, people who can not show
tho full and proper title. Aro wo to cut
them right out or are we to make
some provision for them? It Is a mat
ter thnt will have to be determined by
law, und It will be a tough legal prop
osition to solve. The act clearly states
a certain thing, and can we go against
For Quick Sale
Three Lots in
Waialae Heights Tract
Each Lot 50 ft. x 150 ft.
As a whole 500
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
DURING your ab
sence from 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
the management of your
affairs with a capable
and responsible concern.
us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Crate of Six Selected Pints or a
Large Bunch of, Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Express Company)
Survey and Valuation."
'After tho survey nnd'vnluntlon hnve
been made, which will tnke'nome time.
and ufter the preference rights have
been nil straightened out, then what
are we going to do? The residents will
naturally tay, 'dive us our preference
rights,' but how are we going to do ItV
'Take the case where 'A, U and C
hnvo full claim to preference rights nnd
hnve been granted them. Alongside
them are D, U and F, who have not
been able to get their preferenco rights,
When the survey lines are run out and
It comes to straightening out the vari
ous lots, we find thut the lot thut Is
to be given to II will, under the now
plans, tike In n small corner of l"s,
Muybfl F will sell this and then ugalu
LAND OF PUUPUEO
Sine w btgan idling lots In this Und w havo Uarnad a
thing or twot
First That tho real demand Is for medlunvtlz houto loti
and in accordance with our auggtttlon tho owner ha subdivided
the two large lots Into twelve smaller onee, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet Still good-ilzed lotil
8econd That tho lots in thtt land come pretty near selling
themselvet. The reason? Decaute the lots are not remnanti nor
undesirables left over after the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This la easily proved by a visit to the land. Let ua
FORT AND MEECHANT STREET!
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t-fjsfrj itjjt ,rJftt,
Exhibition of Old
On at GURllliY'S
Tho office hours of tho
are from 7 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ships'
maybe he will not Hu has his con
tract with tho Knplolanl Lstate, nnd
even If the government does liuy the
whole lease, It cull not cancel Out leases
of those who have mode previous con
tractu with the estate. Kven supposing
again that F Is perfectly willing to Hell
that llltli" corner piece, to make It's Kit
complete, who Is point; to pay for It?
It Is the mattir of whether or not those
who Iinvo not preference rights will
sell or not that ties up the whole of the
question, mid as fur us I can nee at the
present inukes It look hopeless tor early
Tho first dcmuishntlons or rx
pcrimc-ntH attempted by Volcano K
pcit Pcrrct, were tret wllli n robuf
by Madame Pelo that surprised Mm
Pcrrct succeeded In lowering a tlier-
niomeler Into tho liquid lava but that
was tho end of It. Thev saved the
pieces. In this respect Piofcssor Per-,
rel says: I
"Wo found that the chemical action '
of the lava, wllh ftH sulphurous gaxes
etc., was so great that, nllhough IJi
temperature Is far below thn melting
point of any of tho substances com
losing tho tubes, .they disintegrated
very rapidly in (ho lava. TIiIh vv.ta
not simple fusion. Tho temporntuie
of tho lava was not great enough for
thut; but chemical action, so thnt In
HONOLULU, T. H.
oil' '' 1 . iri'iA i 'rfatfiltast.il Hflafni iW u ;Ml,1k' 1 4" , ilU.iM
The Formf it
Perfeot Tit ,
tho case, of this first experiment no
nctunl triinporjliiio was taken.
"We had thice of thui.o thermome
ters vvllli us, and hcfoio wo put In
tho gerund one wo Intend It) uncei
tain qulto definitely Just what took
place In tho case of thu first onu.
"Wo hnvo another kind of thermo
meter, a thcnno-elvctrlc one, with
which y call piobuhly get tcinxir
ury readings. However, It is our In
tentions wllh tho "utlicra to got not
only lllq ffipcratuio of tho lava, hut
to secure variations of temperature
In various layvrat nml soforth."
I'rolesKor Pel ret stntes that whllo
he waft working .with experiments ut
Ihu crater ono night, two Hawaiian
ladles appealed and ufter going
Ihiough u number of ancient rile)
they threw f2S ItitQ tbq crater. '
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MAINLAND DOCTOR LAUDS
HEALTH MATTERS HERE
President Mott-Hmlth of thc'Iioanl of'
lltulth was busy this morning making1
a tour of Inspection with Henulor Cerll
Urown nnd Dr. Crnlg, who Is u visitor.
The last named Is at present located ut
Phoenix, Ariz, but "us formerly con
lieetid with thu Chicago Donrd of
They visited the Kallhi receiving hlu
lion, thn Federal leper Htatlon, and the
various depnrtnieutH In connection with
the Hoard of Health.
Dr. Crnlg Is very plcnicd with what
be saw iiinl congratulated lint only the
Hoard of Health, but nlno the commu
nity nnd the last Legislature. Il was
especially struck by the fact that one-
fifth of tho total revenuo of the Terri
tory Is spent ion health iiuitterH.
OTTO A. BERNDT RETURNS.
Olto A. Hermit of the Internal reve
nuo collector's olllce returned fioin n
trip to Maul this ninrirtng. While there
he Inspected the' Kniipaknlua Wine &
Liquor Co.'m premises and found every
thing III Kooil onHr.
Iln says that Wiillukii has been suf
feflmr from u heat wave, and, In fact,
tho vvholn Island hnH been feeling It.
There was n slight brcezo evenings, but
lint through the day.
2185 editorial rmiiuH 2250
business ofllrp. These tire thu tele
Uhmiii number nf th Bulletin.
A new style in
"Crossett Shoes for
We are showing some
nice ones in PATENT
COLT "BUTTON BOOTS
hlch Is an extremely pop
ular shoe among the
These are built with
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The best for the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Antone F. Souza
Patrick O'Connell .
1214 Fort St.
The great care exercised In
maintaining absolute clean,
llnest in every dairy con-
trlbu'tlng'Jto . thisAssocIa-
tion and the perfect health
of all cows, together with
1 ' '
the telectrlo purifying pro-
. cess and other advanced
method of handling the
milk, assure the Associa
tion's customers a far bet.
ter milk than is possible
under any other circum
ACADEMY OF THE 8ACRED
The. Academy of tho Barrett Hearts
at Knlhiukl, Honolulu, will take up
nirulu Its work of teaching on Septem
ber C, lull. Tho Institution, although
Intended for n boirdlng school udmlt'i
aim day hoarders and day scholars, who
receive In eviry respect tho same train
ing us the boarders.
The board and. uiltlnn rates nre very
moderate, but payable In advance. (Tor
terms, kindly apply for prospectus.)
Heshles the ordinary brnnches, com
moil to nil tho schools, the pupils are
taught, fiee of charge, vocal music,
drawing, plain and fancy towing, such
ns embroidery, drawn-work, etc., physi
cal anil grace culture. Instrumental
music and, private lessons of drawing,
painting nnd French are tho only extra
Applications for music from children
attending public or private schools shall
hu aeeepted this term, provided they
take two lessons per week.
If tho foregoing Informations do not
answer fully the Inquiries often niade
as to thn aim uf the Institution und the
work It carries on, for further particu
lars nddress The Rev. Mother Huinrlir
'of tho Convent of tho Hacred Hearts,
Port street, Honolulu, , or the Principal
of tho Academv of tho Sacred Hearts,
Kalmukl, Honolulu. 2t
Dargalnn In silk remnants nt Jor
dan's on 'Tuesday.,'
Fine Copper Plate
Die Sinking and
Wax and Corporation
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.