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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. U SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 1911.
fjDAILY and WEEKLY Published
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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V" in uie lerruory 01 nawan.
Wallai:i: R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATESAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Month, ani where lu U S .... 7A
Per Quarter, snywher. 'n V S 3.uo
fei Yt.r, involute In U.S H.uu
rer Veai, potl.atf, loitljcn !3.to
qppi i Liditorlol Rooms,
1 C?l. Business Office,
Tlio Instrument on vthlcli
Wr liltlorlaiiH plii) Ih Unit
Strmice tlilui;, tlio liiiiiiiin licnrt.
Hxeeptlona In tlio lawn of tlio Unl-
'ted States prove the rulo of lliivvuli'B
..' Word corner) that llllo Is
"inons. For the first tlmo In how many
No matter vvluii your oplnlonn may
kbe, yuu must havo the Hullo tin If
jkfyou want the news.
f Judcluc from the record of tlio
i stork list, some of tlio people bvllcvo
i thorn Is still hope for Hawaii
fepcaklnK of tlio Governorship. It Is
remarkable how exceedingly busy ev
eryone Is at this tlmo of the )car.
D K.iii Kranelseo will of courso cet
'the crowds in 11)15. but they ,'sholiU
Lby all.Jmcans t.co Hawaii bcfore( and
Uhlan making a naif mllo lu r.OVi
Ms a reminder that there are still somu
places on curtjiliero horse IfWg'.Urg
I'olo Is a royal Riuno for the auto
mobile owners, but the eiowds that
walk are well entertained by events
on tho waterfront.
Seems IIUo wo hear morn about (lie
gtcmblors on tho l'aclllc Orast than
vo did when Congress was discussing
tho location of tlio' I'unuina-l'ncinc
. I-ess than a year ago, some of our
good people wcro laughing at the
J) ii 1 lo 1 1 n for urging tlicni to In-
vxest their money In homo enter-
Those droves of mosquitoes Unit
nro infesting all parts of tho town,
fliavo como out Just to show tho wm-
V Itatlon experts wliut n thoroughly
hard game they nro up .against.
Moro hot weather In tho eastern
y States means more hard luck for the
Democratic party. liven Woodrovv
LkWIIson can't ovcrtomo tlio nrgiimciil
of hard, (linen when tlio weather Ik
: against lilm.
For tlio llrst tlmo In many years
fctlio harlior facilities of tho Territory
nre receiving tnq scarciung nun intri
llgent attention they denorvo, and no
one-man scliemo will prevail as
!'af;aliist public Intorests.
V . . .. ..... . 1 . !....
Again UjSiiouio do reiueiiiiiureu iiini
an ndiulnlstratlnn so solicitous for
civic beauty In Honolulu, could hard
ly bo expected, If sincere to turn
ovor n y.-hnlo wntcrfiont, In llllo to
n public service' corporation.
' , It would bo just lis well for tin-
"wall's sugar If tlio president would
allow tho wool-reduction tnrlff to
pass. On tlio other hand tho niton-'
Hon Is entirely nafo, If tho majority
L.ls so narrow Unit thq tariff tinkering
5 bills cannot be pasbod.ovor tho veto.
, A traveling limn who wiih a clgiirctto
smoker reached town on nn early truln.
ijito wanted n smoke, hut nono of tho
.tiiiim xx'erb open. Near tho station ho
fsaw n neiwsboy siuDkliuj, unci approach
ed hlpt wtlhi . .
'' "Kay, win, got nnotlicr rlgnretto?"'
,r "No, sir," bald tho boy, "but I've got
'All ilglil," tho truvelliiB innti said
'Hut I can't roll 'em very well. Will
you llx onn for ino'" , ,
'Tim boy did. '
"Oon't tielleVo I've got n liuiteli." sulci
f'tho man, lifter, a. tenrch tliroiiRh his
rTho boy, bapded 111 in a, mnicn, -nay.
KCnptnln,'! ho snLl, "you nln't got nny
Hhlhs but the bablr, huvo you?"
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Per Year anywhere n Canada. f.flo
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aa ftecond-clMt m tiler
.AOGUST 12, 1911
.Now that W. O. Sniltli Is n member
of tlio Stock i:cliatiKc lie should tnku
tlio present opportunity to show tlio
Iiojh how they handled UiIiirh during
'a stock Hurry In the Rood old ilayH.
The iitillotlii'8 special Wash
ington cable on the proposed iniinl
Kratlon law him operated to put life
Into the local MiRiir stock market,
lltu ih much as tlm prlco of siiKnr.
Ulven nn ainplo supply of labor llu-
fwull lias only free supar to fear.
IIoiioIiiIii has niailo ticnicndoim
strides since tlio Ainerleaii (InR was
raised thirteen jears uro today. Hut
the past Is only a siiRKesllon of tlio
progress that will bo recorded In the
next thirteen years. At the present
day. tlio Federal Cm eminent has Just
ab""t l,,",, cRlnlnK on the club-
orato work that was certain to ho
done, following tho raising of tlio Hag.
"The Third Annual Report on Itc-foruis-.nnd
Progress In ., Korea'!. Is ,tho
llio 'of nit interesting and attractively
printed x ultimo recelxed from Jupu-
noiH"uinsui-iieienii yyono. a casual
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Itllitu IIIKMIKU iiiu iiiunii im.Min ui iiiu
repoit leaxes tho impression that tho
apancsoby their ndinlnlMrntlnn of
iCrirelx finxo eleanedUiiottJliicctiWllore
Jia .pUotograpli8 of preximis reports
ihowcd the unkempt conditions so
long associated with nil things Ko
rean, tho present report puis before
lie reader substantial biilldliips, clean
it reels mid a general atiiiosphcro of
'Clews in olio of his latest
'milking circulars presents ''tlio oth
ir shlo" of tho hot xseathe'r stories In
ho following terms: "Spectacular
bunage, crop disaster starvation ov
m these constitute 'news,' and It Is
very seldom that our newspapers linvo
occasion to Inform us of tlio other
3ldo of tho plcluro, of exceptionally
'avorablo conditions which will apply
to millions upon millions of nrcas
unl which, naturally, play u most ef
fective part In tho luw of nvcrages
In connection xvltli our crops. Our
wheat fields and our corn Ileitis are
'ontlnentnl In reach and scope; and
t must Indeed bo n natlon-wldo ilnni
igo that shall cut down our llnal ng--Iculturnl
output to proportions
ipelllng agrlculliirnl adversity."
BRITISH OPINION OF AMENDED
Ono of tho striking features of tho
'omtucnt following tho announcement
if tho new Anglo-Japaneso treaty Is
ho Immediate recognition of tho pur
ioso of tho now scctlonof tho treaty
.lint provides tor u .practical suspens
'on of the alliance in event of liostll
'ties with n nation Hint has entered
into n general arbitration ngreemont
.vlth cither of tho contracting parties.
"Tho Oriental Hovlnw," published In
Vow York by Japanese, says: "It Is
dlo to conceal tho fact that tho Anglo
lapanoso Allianco as n war pact
iccniB to linvo been much weakened
y Its roccnt amendment."
Throughout tho Kngllsh-speaklng
tnrld tho amendment was at once ac
cepted as tho signal of a better mi-
A man by the nnmo of Kumiiel Kinllh
was arrested for being drunk. When
ho was brought Into tho police station,
the lleiiteiiarit asked blm his nainn.
Now It M) linppened Hint Smitli stilt
tired badly, so In answer to the lieu
leiiniit'4 ijuiry as to his naine, ho lie
(fan: "S-H-r.SH- SH-Sam"
' "Just n moment," cautioned the lieu
tenant, "don't get exeltei Just be
enbri und tell me what your iiumo Is."
Samuel started nlf again.
'i'S H H .MH-Sam"
"Oh, never mind." Interrupted tlm
lieutenant, impatlcntls'. "Olllcer, xvhat's
this man charged with?"
"Well, lleutenniit," answered the po
liceman, "01 should think it wns soda
derstnudlng betxveen the two great nn-
lions of Kngllsh-spcnklug people. It
Is also significant that the renewal of
the alliance would lime othcrwibo
been most unpopular.
Tho latest Issue of tlio Iindon
Weekly Times gives u summary of tho
opinions gained by Its correspondents
In x'nrluu parts of the world xvlien
tho renewal of the amended nllliinco
Wo llnil that tho Acting I'rlmo Min
ister of Australia Is satlslled with the
treaty, "assuming that tho rcnownl
interposes no .obstacle to tho Anglo
American treaty." Ho looks upon It
as ten years In which Australia may
perfect her defenses.
The Sydney Dally Telegraph said.
"The treaty has oxldently ceased to
bo an entangling nlllnnco wlillo re
taining Its clllcncy as n-pwico pre
server. Australia may reasonably
count on a breathing spiico of ten
years to develop her defences and en
courage the Influx of Immigrants Into
her empty spaces. The nlllnnco Is n
welcome respite rather than n guar
antee of lasting immunity."
From tho Sydney Morning Herald
comes tho same thought couched In
milder language: "Australians uio
forced to considor tho rent basis of
their 'white' policy, which depends not
bn a senso of Inferiority hut on. n
recognition of irreconcilable differ
ences. To treut our allies otherwise
than with dignity and respect would
bo to stamp ourselves xvltli n mark
of civilization Inferior to theirs."
Cabling from Toronto, Canada, tho
Times' correspondent sayst
"Tho practical exclusion of tho
United States from Its operation re
moves the only objection in Camilla
to tlm Aiiglo-Japaiieso treaty. In
Ilrltlsh Columbia lliero Is n strong
disposition to co-operalo xvltli tho
Unl led Stntcs against Japanese Im
migration and, perhaps, Increasing op
position to tho admission of Asiatics,
hut with tho danger of friction xyith
tho United States removed the new al
liance Is heartily approved In tho Do
Tho greater friendship of tho Itrlt
lKlicoonles for tho United StiitctUhnn
fnV.'Jupaii Is noted In tlio editorial
comment of tlio Times when discuss
ing the renown! of tho allianco. Says
tho Times: "
, i"Vu linvo reason to congratulate
nursclxes not only upon tlio conclus
ion of the now treaty, but also upon
tho conditions In,. which It has been
effected. Whonjiic.flrst linohlclnl re
port that It had been accomplished
reached us from Now York tho Times
drew attention to its significance In
relation to the now Imperial foreign
policy happily Inaugurated at tho Im
perial Conference. It Is Indeed grati
fying Hint within n few brief weeks
of its adoption this policy should af
ford us, and should afford tho world,
so signal a proof of tho fresh strongtti
it has added to our diplomacy. It is
gratifying, wo may perhaps say,
above all to thoso who, like ourselves,
linvo long Insisted without visible
rcsponso on the wisdom und on tho
necessity of tho now departure tak
en by Mr. Aso,u!tli and Sir Kdward
Urcy, Thoy must know better than
most of us that, had they not taken
It. tho prolongation of tho Japnneso
treaty would almost certainly have
given rlso to discontent and to mis
gixlngs in the Dominions which need
not now lio apprehended, lly admit
ting tho I'rlmo Ministers of tlio Do
minions to cmnplcto confidence, and
by submitting to them tho general
foreign policy of tho Kinplro, tho lov
ernmentl will linvo overcome many
prejudices, soothed pinny suscep
tibilities, and conjured ninny phan
toms. "It is notorious, to name but one
of thoso phantoms, that largo sections
of opinion in tho Dominions have
looked mtkiinco nt tho .lapanoso alli
ance, because thoy were haunted by
tho fear that ono dny It might en
tangle us in a contest with tho Uni
ted States. Tlio renewed nlllnnco Is
tho best ntiswor to such fears. It has
been approved, xvo havn no doubt, by
tlio most trusted statesmen of tho Do
minions. On the face of It it shows
that tho Japaneso themselves linvo
helped us towards tho conclusion of
our treaty xvltli tho United Slates.
That cogent proof of Japan's friend
ship for tho two great Kngllsh-speaklng
nations and of her readiness to
sco tho bonds that iinlto them multi
plied and strengthened speaks for
Itseir, wlillo tho Dominion Mlnlsteit,
their own porsnnnl knowledge, de
rived directly from tho Foreign Socro
tnry and from tho Defcnco Commit
tee, how Invaliinblo that nlllnnco has
been, and is likely to be, to tlio cuuso
of tho world's peace. Tho real
strength of alliances In these days
lies above ull In tho support which
they rceolvo from tlio nations whobo
govornmonts linvo miido them,"
O. B. IllIItNDT, J. Wnknllold, C. J.
Cartliy und Marstnn Cumpbotl. com
prising the Hnibor Commission, wore
numbered among tho returning pas
sengers In tiio steamer Malum Ken
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We havo money lo loan on
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ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(,Wlth Wells, Forgo JOxprcss Company)
(Continued from Pago 1)
H-honls, In loans, purchase of real es
tate or Improvement of lauds lu a
way to enhance Iholr lovcnuo pro
ducing possibilities of thu estate.
The account shows that tho amouiil
of Investments has Increased during
Iho pant jcitr by $70,.108.riO.
The Inventory shows persons! es
tate amounting to $81!) fiXD.Il and real
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys somctliing useful
which nt the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupiteo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by,
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurabje: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, j electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BR TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
Terms can bo mado
SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus. stock. Half prices
tills week. t
The office hours of tho
are from a. m. to bi3U p. m. on wesk
days and on Sundays Irorri 8 lo
10 a. m., and until 11 every
nlnht for ships'
propel ly to $L','.'3S 835 81. Thl.i makes
a total lu nil uf ?3,ori8, tl'U.ta.
"Tho lueieusu in leases and rentals
Is shown by tlio llguus for last jear
of fl7;i,'J2.r,.l7 as against this car
which amounts to $1S3,&'J3.41 being fi
dllTeionco of ?!),CG7.UI. At tho close
of llio jcar lliero xvcro CU5 loan's n
operation, an loci ease of Ion ovor
tho last year while tenancles-at-vvlll
lIiowciI a decrcutu of tin uc.
Work on Kon.x Lands.
Tho piopeity at Konu is xefy largo
und each xear adds uioio to tho agri
cultural iiobslhllltics of tlio estate.
Tho trustees, xvho uro alive to tlio
possibilities nnd to tho lutcicsts ot
tho Ii tut "and the Tenllory, bccm de
sliouu of uttraetini; a picked class or
citizen bottlers xvho will Industrially
ciiltlvuto tho lands tlieiu. They have
uilopted a liberal policy towards to
bacco cultivations by waiving i cuts
und ncccptlug value of the work done
us nn equivalent. This policy has
been extended lo Include sumo of the
small fanners who hnxo shown an
honest endeavor to clear their lands
nnd plant other ciops of cconomh
value, .lined (1. Smith, ns an expert.
Is mailing a ropoit us lo tho classi
fied charactcilstlcs ot tho laud nt
At South Kona also r0,000 blue
gum trees havo been set out to re
forest tho aiea destioxed by llio
soma venrs ago at Hamakiia.
Last of Annuities.
lly the death of Kuhakiiakal In Sep
tember last Kealohapnnolo Is the only
surviving annuitant loft
Tho x oik nl Uio Knniehnmcliii
t-chuolt rhows that dining the jear
rtmlcnts of Boiontecii vailoui nalioii
nlltleg wcro being taught. Thcio
wcro 15(1 biis In tho ltuliisttl.il school.
f(i7 In iho propitntory ami thico day
pupils, in uio gins school uicio wcto
The amount of money paid out In
work scholarships amounted lo $3,
fi?8.7.r The iimnunt pilil for tho
Charles It, Hlshop .prhol.irslilps to $1,
47Z.G0 ami that for tlio Ilernlco I'.
Illshup estate scholai-bhlps to ?1,'J2C
r,o. Tlio now dairy nnd ngrleiilluial
buildings uro cxpccto.1 t he finished
hy thu beginning of the next term
PLANS FOR HILO
The sale of tlio armory site nt llllo
has been postponed until September
.14 -when It Is. thought that It will come
off for certain. The plan Is to take
the old building and move It to a spot
0iKislti the old Jail,
When 11 Is in Its new homo It will
be lltlod up to bo u general conveni
ence. The national guard will have
It for their drill hall und right opp
silo tlicni they will then havo a Duo
parade ground Instead of being ns at,
luoM'nt without one Ut nil.
Tlio old slto will, he sold nnd ptob
ably used for warehouses. There will
ho a special clause Inserted in thu
naif! contract, howoxcr, tint wilt sti
pulate as to ii certain class ot build-.
Ing und it Is thought that no patent
fight will ho Issued until this has boon
The proKicd srur of tho railroad
which lias been approved will como
right nlong us far as theso lots. Tho
building of this spur will mean a hlx
outlay for tho company as they will j
hnxo nn enormous area to till lu,
Where Ihelr lino will cross llio line
of l'loiil Hticet thete Is no p.ixlug :il,
all nnd thoy will havo to mako Iho
bheet where thoy wnut to run. Thu
spur will not Intel fere with llio hnu
Icxnid ns that runs from the other
Mido o ftho brldgo as Hie ncw1lno
will end licforo It gets to Iho start of
Iho 'driveway. i
Santa Maria Away for the Coast. I
Captain Curtis dispatched Iho Ame
rican oil tanker Simla .Matin for thu
lower .California roast at iitno o'clelt
Hils morning. Tho Snnta-Mail:i lakes
.no pilot iit'lhhVpdrt) nnd .the skipper
was on the hrldgu aftvr.lrivlpg kept n
sharp lookout for tho cstcifcrnus'
htownway. A careful scaich or Iho
i-hlp was mado Just hcfoio easting nit
tier lines but none of1 Iho Indigent
gentry were discovered.
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men's Assoclatiori'mllk. Wo
find it very satisfactory for
all our babies.
"(Miss) J. M. O. DEWAR,
"Matron KaulkcoUn'l, Chil
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livered lo all parts of the
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$3 New 'Prices
Ladles' white canvas Ox
fords and pumps, with
dressy white heels and
turn, solos. Light and cool
for summer wear.
Also some new low-heel
white canvas pumps and
Oxfords for girls and young
Special attention given all
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