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E V ENING B UI LTGTIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued o'n Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
pi WALLACK R. FaRRINGTON,
'ci Month, autwheielu US ,7R
Pet Qtimlct, aiDwhci.'ii US a.oo
ri Vfr, n'htie ImU.S. r.ihi
I'ei Vai,ttfsl,a.id,loleij(fi I3.K
Tl l tidicorlal Rooms,
1 J Business Office,
In a world in which so many people wear tho same
fulfil Mstn llim tit I It n n s n lmiHA A 1 II. .... l! I
- uiuimuo iiivu iii uiu auuiu iiuu&u ,u,u me same ciimier ana
k . say tho same tilings, blessed aic tho individuals who have
T. ' their own thouahts and live tholrown livns. H. W. MnWn.
Honolulu's Jest investment.
That case of yellow fever in Pasadena makes everyone
within touch of Mexico arid the future Panama canal sit up
and take notice.
It is a suggestion of what might be found in Honolulu some
day unless the people arc very active in their sanitation
Let it be remembered that the supposed yellow fever pa
tient in Pasadena is no great source of danger to his fellow
men in that city or any other unless a certain mosquito is to
be found in his vicinity.
The California city is able to care for itself.
Honolulu's interest in the Pasadena incident is centered
solely in the mosquito. With the mosquito still existing in
large numbers in this city, the Pasadena, yellow fever case
is more or less of a threat. With the mosqutt6'wipedou't of
Honolulu, all yellow fever news immediately loses interest Id
eally, and throughout the tourist world so far as Honolulu is
concerned. ' .-''''"
, Does it not now occur to our citizens that it is' impossible
for them to be too strenuous in making war on the Hono
Can't they realize that a million dollars invested in de
stroying, the mosquito, before a yellow fever case arrives, is
one hundred per cent better than simmering along with half
way measures, and paying an additional million dollars pen
alty in business lost.
J)Iil (lie Judiciary building clock
y ptOll III l! Ill keeping Willi till! Speed
w I Iii which tho ill. ins Tor Improve
ment hnvo'liooii carried out?
kOmcriior Frcur ilecliircs tlmt llm
Territory does not want any home
stead fiiklrH. lie Is right, absolutely
correct. Hut It wants an aggressive
i i'nd policy made notablo by the
: .- -'prompt manner in which the honest
i t i '
to homesteader Is put to work manning
( 9 the 'land. ,
' Honolulu docs not luck for men
?I1"1 .t.'..'i.l.. nl filling l.n .l,lnn nf ...n..nM
f miNiirn ... i.iii.. .it. i.nii.., in umiii
t'.V: In u lllnhnnr lii.fltllnt? tlio trront rn-
ajiim'sibllitleH of the coming years. It
Wd liW.'V,ro " n
fn oiijjht to do
question or uiu men wno
so, taking mi Interest In
Hf public iifTalis. II. M. von Molt, for
I' " l..r.n....n It .. ....... r 41. .. ............. I I ..
i.iiw.unu, in h iiiiiii lit uiu niiijiuiiiiijr
i-sliT1 ociiiuor ruu'ciiini cumuli nun
j (nu time to mako a special trip to
jbb Philippines, tho Improvement of
tho condition of Kiipnu's prospective
homesteaders can't possible wait for
anyono hut tho land officers of tho
i : xr- . ... . ... . .
erriiory. iuiti niuccrs, ucing in
'. ternreted. means I,-ml Hoard. IjiikI
' Commissioner ani tho (lovenior.
t T If lliurn
arc Instances under tho
regime of men Imillng
lV9- ' ...
;r new ronu
r i.t... i..... ...... ....1.1 ,.. ....(Ml. ...Ill i.
I w null iiiuj uiu i'.ii.i Kti miitv, nil! uiu
-observers kindly' report tho facts to
ino ii u 1 1 di n tor pud icai onj ,o
:, better method can bo Illumined for
IcfiecklnK up on public business. Tho
foliservliiK citizen has only to do his
puiiare n; a civic uuiy aim prouueo inn
facts, not hearsay. Publicity will do
j ' lyopio tarn iiiHiut the pnlltlcH ilomi
VlLil Honolulu Doftrd of Supervisors
;,wncii hi iiiiiii cases oui 01 ton tno Mil
m. - - '
J)octiir, do j ou think It will bo,
cssaiy ror mu to uudoigd nil opcl-
low much will It cost?"
much do you think ou ouglit
A'pry llltlo, I'd ho worlh iuoio to
rnmllj;jr ,1 vflii,de.1d,'; ,..
iVoii, wno sain jno operauon was
due to keep you (rum iljingY
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ftl Stl Monies , a) .,,
Ttr Vts'f, snjrwheie'la U.S. .. l.tto
Pl Yesr n)rwhcrt n Onidl, I. Ho
ri vr imtiMM, loitiim a.m.
tntncd St I he riatnlhn H Honolulu
u RccmKlclftns msllcr.
.JULY 31, 1911
pervlhors are trliiK their level liest
In Mud nut what tho people wnlit.
One (lllllcully In tho present sit
uation Is that 111 oso who should 1o
taking an Imprest In public nifnlrs are
lnnlliiK. a'nii diiliiK Till tVclr talklnR
whero It docs tho lenst municipal
pood. , t
EVERY CITIZEN OF HONOLULU
Although Honolulu Is aoknowleilR'
ed lo ho one of tho most attractive
points in tho world for tourists, and
wo liuvo them with us at alt seasons
or tho year. It Is thu permanent, not
tho transient citizens, who make the
city and aro uhswurablo for tho city's
Never, In tho history of tho city,
has tlicro been such a season of
activity and homo-bulldlnR as ilurlut;
the last six months, stilt, making a
homo should mean more than buying
a lot nnd building a house. With
tho opening of tho Panama canal Ha
waii will enter upon an era carrying
with it iuoio piosperlty and civic re
sponsibility than did tho annexation
Do tho peoplo intend to "hang
around" until this cfn Is orced upon
them, or will they get a movo on and
whet up their civic prido to n wiry
edge nnd thus forwaul local develop
ment as well as receive kood things
from the outside?
No citizen lives to himself alone
He Is a factor of the whole, nnd as
such must exert his Influence, and
share the responsibilities as well as
enjoy tho benellts of progress,
There Is no guess work about tho
future of this city. Wo can all sco It
as well ns can tho tourist who tells
us about It. Ix!t every Individual
wako up to the fact and exert' an en
"Thero nie somo times lu my llfo
vvlicii I hnve rolt that futo Is Indeed
linulcnl," said tho man who waa'fcd
doni tioublcd ly his debts.
"Do yon infer to any special occA-t-lons?"
Iniiulrcd one of Ills oldest
"Ono of them rnmo last week, when
I was In Chicago, said Ihn clioeiful
i)c)iliji, t,'I liail a.liione'y on'cr for) $23
nnd tho only person vvlm could Idenllfy
mo was a man to whom I owed $30."
livening lnflucnco on his iinuicillato
neighborhood If not on the whole city,
(let out of the two-foot-tcn rut and
adopt an enterprising, broad gauge
Large Increase tar Church
Membership, is Very
Tho Hoard of Hawaiian Mission1
has perfected plans for a strenuous
enr to come. Plans have been laid
out for work In nit of tho Islands
that when carried to completion will
uo tno grandest car In tho history
itf tho institution.
In the now ptnns thero Is provision
undo for such settlement work, this
being finu of tho principal features of
tho work in hand. Tho building of'
ncvy cnurcnes will be but a continua
tion of tho good work started during
the past year. In thfs connection
there aro two Japanese churches bo-
intf built In tills city at tho present
time. Next fall the erection of a Ha
waiian chin eh wilt ho undertaken at
Kaneoho. The funds lor this now
church have nearly nil been subscrib
ed nnd by the tlmo It Is ready In
stnrt tlid erection It Is expected that
thero will he tho full amount on hand.
The Chinese missions aro to re
ceive more .attention than hits been
given hcietoforc. Among tho lm
piovcincntn Hint nro planned along
Ibis Hub Is a new mission house In
a new location with additional work
ers In that particular work.
On Mnul Is being creeled a new
(hutch which Is to lake tho place of
the onfc that has been 'condemned.
This Is being erected by tho congre
gation of tho Walluku church.
The bequest or $2O,OU0t Krt by tho
lato II, I'. Hatdwlu to tho hoard will
not, Aicordln'g to stntcments jestcr
ilny by Iho Itov. John P. Kidman,
ncllng secretnry, glvo .any unusual
Impetus to Iho work ns extra an I
unexpected finances received might
do, ns .this is but a continuation of
.Mr. Dubinin's splendid chailty In
Which tho hoard has slimed In com
mon with other similar Institutions
In tho Islands. Tho board's yearly
Widget has owed much to Mr. Hald
wlll In tho lilt,. and tho present lie
rpicst will probably lu added to IhO
Invested endowment, giving, the
board, In consequence, an Increased
Income. Several other Items In Mr.
Hatdnin's will wero left illiectly to
other Institutions under tho supervi
sion of tho Hawaiian hoard, anil for
tlmt reason the $20,000 does not rep
resent the total or Indebtedness of
tho boaid to Mr. Haldwlu's chnrlty.
During tho coming year tho. board
will ntteriipt to'"Btrcngtli'eh hd Jap
anese1 tiny school proposition, nt the
simo tlmo calling attention to flic
fact that tlieso schools are non-see,-tarlan.
Tho membership rolls or tho con
gregation of tho various churches In
Iho Hawaiian lCvangelleal Associa
tion liavo Increased 121 per cent
within the past decide, figures which
lenvtj n doubt'' of 'tho success or tho
Tho Hawaiian Diedglug Co. will
compicto Its tl2.ri,000 contract ror the
removal or 170,000 cubic ynrds vt
materia rnuu tho lower sldo of Ho
nolulll Harbor In about ten il.ivs '
Last week tho big dredger (lov
enior en coiiutcicd such linnl rocK-,
tho drill from Pearl Harbor had to
ho utilized so tlmt It could ia blasted
away. This was (he heaviest woik
tho company had to contend with
Unco they started.
The flulshluc of this contrnct also
completes tho agreement with tho
U. S. government to nlnce liO.OOO cu
bic ards of drodg'eil lnatetlal uKn
tho tido lauds of tho Dowsctt Co. and
the Oaliu Itnllroad Co. to a height of
three feet above low tldo. Tho re
mainder of tho mntorlal has been
dumped upon, tho tide lands of tho
quarantine station near tin; new har
bor lino and iikiu tho now site for
th'o quarantluo wharf.
Dredging for this wharf, which vvl
bo nt tho llghthoiiso sldo entranco to
tho proKised ship canal from hero to
Knllhl, harbor, wfll bo tho next con
From tho "rofcrved channel'1 of tho
$2,000,(100 gi enter haibor pioject, 000,
ooo cubic yards or dirt has b'eep ro
moved by three contracts lu all
amounting to an expenditure or about
$1,000,000 leaving $1,000,000 or mnto
llal jet to bo di edged.
LOCAL COMPANY TO , .
Thu renewal of a lirthclass lleensu
wni granted the Honolulu" Ilrovvlng
.Malting I'o. during last week hy.lho
rio.ird of llre1iHo CoininlssloueVs folrtho
puroi) of milking sake, ,
It Is rumored tmt the company ox-,
)iects to go, extensively Into the mnnu
faetnio ofthls well-known Japanese'
drink and liojies to get somo of tho
largo amount that Is paid out nt tho
present time for tho Imported Htuff.
Thu company had madii application
iinio before for n renewal nnd the nint-
tir of whether the board could lenew
this or not was, according to tho opin
ion of the nttorney-genornl, entirely In
ltHlmiuls'. " i . - ,u.i i -. ,
i 4 r-r"ri'At''v "' "; -
ajjBjp-BULLETIN ADS PAY-Bj
WcallT Ilnlletln II per year,
EVENING BULLETIN, VlOHOLULU, T. H., MONDAY
Two Acres of Land
Property 11 near WalsUe ttrllnf. City
water It laid on property and Into
house. If more iand la dealred, an ad-
joining two acre't can be secured. This
It Jutt the place for a tucceitful
Tfleht Trust Co., Ltd.
DtilUNG your ab
sence from the
Islands we are
pre'pared'to manage your
estate ahd look after .
your interests here. You
will find it greatly to
your advantage to place
tliemio,nagcincnt of your
affairs with a capable
arid' responsible concern.
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd
i V Jji- ' ' , n
A Crate ol Six Selected Plnet "or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
' Simply Iciivo your order wo do. tho
rcst- . .-
,, ISLAND FRUIT COMPANYt.
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
ERNEST KAAI'S GLEE'CLUB
IN POPULAR t6M(5feftT
Krnrst Knnl and his club or Ha
waiian singers will appear nt the
Opera House In concert next Saturday
night. Unquestionably theso aro tho
best ol all Hawaiian singers appear
ing In public. They returned lAst
week Irom Australia ntter playing a
Successful engagement throughout tho
coonles. Mr. Knal has "prepared a
program ol raro excellence and the
public will undoubtedly enjoy, thq
singing by these favorites.
Scats will bo on snlo at tho office
or tlo Territorial Mcssengor Service,
on Hotel street,., at Union, And tho
price has btjen made' low enough to.
bring a largo uudlonco'itd tho: ppont
i louse. , .t
Since we began telling lote In M land "we have learned
Hung or twoi '"
First That the real danand It for medlum-tlie houtt Iota)
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner hat aubdlvided
the two large lott into twelve smaller one's', VorHalnlng from 18,-
000 to 20,000 t'qua'ra U'ti. Sllll good-lfied lo'ti'l " ' '" MU
i t rr-
Sccond That the lota In thltifand come pretty rear selling ,
themselves. The reaton? Because the Jots aro not remnants) nor'
undesirables left over after the pick, but aro the reai choice lo
cations. Thia la easily proved by a'-vjsi'tb the 'land, LefuY
show youl . ''.
FORT AND ;HA;iTaWTl,v , HOHOLUUU, ,1.E.,,
JULY 31, 1911.
- Exhibition of Old
' On at GURRliY'S
The office hourt of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5l30 p. m. on Week
dayt and on Sundaya from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for thipt
ANCIENT' ORDER GETS "
' . NEW LIFE MEMBER
Arthur Tlppi litis Jollied tlio' ''cnno
back club" In a most determined tnan'r
ner. Ycsstr! And Arthur "conin linck"
frniii u long vvny oft tlcnr rrolti l.onl
,Tlpps was formerly storekeeper on
tho llonok'na, Kcknlia nnd Wntpafiu
plantations, nnd Jert heri) for1 "I.iinnon
town," where he' set up an establish
ment of his own, but, the call of Ha-'
wall was too loud nnd lusty to ho
drowned )iy the roar of the oceans nmli
finally reached Ijlt ears, with such force
that oil'? dark mid dreary night ho
closed up libs business nnd stole
away to the pier and with a sign of
happiness caught n vessel for thoMand
of paradise, "
The Rlcrra brnugbt In Tlpps. 'who
losf no time on binding In placing his
card with the ancient order of "conio
J)AcJen., It Is, needless trtsAy tlia'f: ho
Was grunted u life nieniberslilp ly tlio
directors of tliTlt Rfent ffaternlty. ,
PROPOSALS OPENED- ' ''
AT 9 A. M. TOMORROW
Healed proiosals fur forago nnd .bed
ding will bo leeched nt tho olllee of
tho depot iiuartrrmaster, U, 8. A., until
9 a. in. tomorrow nnd then publicly
The forage and bedding wilt bo ror
the posts and stations In tho Hawaiian
Islands d'url'iig the flscul year ending
June 0, 1912.
Information will bo furnished on np
pliciilon to" 'Ciijptnln Clyffnrit aunic,
depol jiulirtef nmstef,, Ilo"boliilu,JT. II. '
ULLBTIN AOM, PV
"ij-j-jzrrir""' "'"Mt. ' M ' mi awppt I
The Fbrmf it
Any Style .
Kingy Daughters , Practically
Abandon Idea of Establish-
' The King's Daughters liavo practi
cally abandoned their plans for se
eming tho V. W. Hall homo at 170S
Nuuaiiu avenuo ns a homo for tho
uged nnd Indigent white peoplo, :ic
rnrdini? In Mrs. . I., lliintior. lpuil-
cr of the fjniinhnuolQ 'rrcle,. A meet-J
ing is caiieu iur uiiugui. aai Airs, Hop
per's residence, corner of Kccaiimoku
Mid Dnmlnls streets, to talk over tho
sltimtloii, facilitate tlio campaign Tor
tho homo and rovlso th'o'coiistltutlfm
mid by-laws. v i
A change lu Iho, constUtitlim'is lie-,
ressnry on nc'rnunl of the plans ror
Iho Nhlmo .and .the oifcrntlyn' "ol th
present 'Institution. Tfiorlrclc'ti con
ttllutlo'n lilld nol originally provhlc
for s'ucli vVn'ik.
"Our fiimi tor the home Is gmwjng,
lliough not ns rapidly".. as wo liavo
hoK'd and worked ror," luild Mrs.
Hopper this tfiornliifc "Still, Wo 'nro
doing our best nnd perhaps help will
come when It ,ls needed."
Tho Hall, hn'mo was not considered
entirely suitable Tor a' retreat Tor tlio
aged, though nlherwlso". thero wero
many arguments fn favor or It. The
fart that .thero woro stairs nnd that
runny of the li'orno's Intitules nro
scarcely ahlo to walk was against
its acceptance, it Is understood The
King's Daughters nro hot nt all discouraged,-
however, and fool Hint thu
community Is with them In n credit;
nblo work. ''
BUILDING OF NEW HOME '
TO BE STARTED
Murston Campliell. supcrlhteiideiit of ngnln Its .work of .touching on Soptem
public works, repiirteil to Governor her 6. 11)11. Tlio Institution, nlthodgh
Krear this morning t'int the work of Intended for n boarding school, admits
building the new Kuplolnnl Olrls' Homo "Iso day l.oanlerf, and day scholars, who
was to start on Wednesday morning, receive In every respect tho samo train.
When the contractor would get busy. j lug us tho boarders. u
The 1oyornor .signed the order this I Tho board nnd tuition rales nro very
morning regarding the transferring of, moderate, butpayahlo In advance. (For
IhA thirteen nnd seveViteen-htindrcdths tonus, kindly apply for proipoctiis.)
aires over to'tho Itoaril of Health. Tho Uesldcs lie ordinary branches, coin'
i..... i i.. uif....i.,.i i. .. ..om i..,n,itiriti unt nioti to nit tho schools, tho nunlls aro
and Is on tho Kwn sldo 'of Kulllil Val
l, ,,.. in r...u...... ... u ,.. .... ....... . .','
A new style in.
"Cro&sett Shoes for
Wo are aKowing , aoma
nice onea .In PAJENT
COLT BUTTON DOOTSi
-Uo a QUN-METAL CALF
Ahlch la an extremely pop
ular shoe among tjie
These aro built with a
high arch, high heel and
. t i
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The best fo'r the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
.1051 FORT STREET
The 'great care exercitWl fn
maintaining absolute clean
liness in every dairy con
tributing to this Associa
tion and the perfect health
of all cows, together with'
tlio 'electric purifying pro
' cess and other advanced
methods of handling the
milk, assure the Atsoela
tfo'n's customers a far bet
ter milk than it possible
under any other"clreum
ttances rv- l
ACADEMY OF THE SACRED
', . ' T" , " I
The Acuilnniy of tho iiacrcd Hearts
int Kiilmukl, Honolulu, will tnkn ,up
- . - - - - --.-- .
taugnt, rrco or cnarge, vocal mtuuc,
drawing, ilnln,uml fancy sewing, such
as cmbrolderV, drawn-work, etc., physi
cal and gra'co culture. Instrumental
inusjc nnd prlvuto lessons, of drawing,
piiluthig mid l'ranch nro tho only extra.
charges. , i il.
Applications for music from children
attending puhllc'or private schools shall
bo accepted this term, provided they
tako two lesson? nor week... t
If tho foregoing Informations do tint
answer fully tho Inquiries often made
ns to the aim of tho Institution nnd tho
work It, curries on, for .further particu
lars nddress Tho Itov. Mother Superior
of tlio Convent of tho Hucrod Hearts)
I'n'rt street, Honolulu, or th'o Principal
of the Academy of tho Sacred Hearts,
Kiilmukl, Honolulu,,, 0t
.'. . :.? v -. im
Hyade, Due Tomorrow Morning. ,
Tho Mat son Navigation freighter;
Jlyndes from Ban Francisco by (Ije
way of Scnttlo Is 'duo to arrive o'ff
Iho'iharhor early tomorrow mornliiK.
,t .TT. . '
aar-IULLCTIN ADS PAYfJ
Die Sinking and
Wax and Corporation!
H. F. WICHMAN & COJ
1.1 111 lied i - ..