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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1911.
L K i
tTi 'laJi in
, Evening- Bulletin
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 OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
, Wai.laci: R. Fakkincton,
T 'lIVH.-NINO IUJI-1 lin.N WIJBK1.V IIUI-l.lt I IN
ln Mottlh. mywlifrcfn US ....49 ,7rt Pet Slk Montnft t. .a.i
I'rr (jiucttr, miyetlie-n'iillS. . 3.ih rr Veal, inrwhe-ifin ll.s .. I.ixi
l' VrT,.nvhrciiillS M.oo Pel Year mywlirte n 0n.l l.fto
lelYeni xl,til Innlmi, . . IJ.ikj Pel Yer ptiil, tonne J.ew.
qp 1 i fcidltorHal kooms,
1 c,,lBuainea8 Offie.c,
line's re billion wllh (illitrs liiuild
lir illrtit In-lt ml of ellphiiii illc.
They souu to hnvo taught tin- fever
from tin' House of Lords, nil along tint
If there niti iiii tonus tilt wlllill
$ x i Dr. Jlobely will t.tko It, ho hIiiiiiIiI
stale tlii'itt, mill Unix hoc u i u mi eurl
tcttlciucnt of thu mutter
If Honolulu (nut furnish ,i man
ngtciuhlo to uivrjono for tin- plan',
It Ik well to rcmeuihcr Hint Vtushlng
lslamls who VMIIllll have tit lo.lSO in llllt
Opposition to .i tit in fin tin Im
portant publli olliee Is might biii. ill
potiitnrH If Ii.poiI on no other re.tKoii
than that Jim (Ion t like hint
TiikltiK enro of the llei t will he an
ofipeililly plcimitt ilttt) if the je.ir
l.lll marks Hut ititrunio Into I'eatl
llathor of the first Aiueiic.in war
ships (if any slzo ami number
A uiotitli tilul a half of the Tadlle
M'loet will hu ti ery pleasant season
for the town, ami Jt Is well to hear
In inltiil Hi it In u few )ears I'earl
Harlior will lie the h.iven for an ninny
.or sumo warships tvvolvo mouths In
the j ear.
In.ililllty of the members of Con
-Kress to isit the ilt will be ge lloi-
nll) regretted, but It will impiovu the
stall ment for the bleiiiilul i( rlotl b)
Koiim.'hlug like twenty tlnuisatiil dol-
lars, ami perhaps as niuili nioio that
iloesn't appear on the public leeortl
Who was It tli.it w is "hollerln"' so
loud about the "polities' of the lloinl
of Sttpertisors, nml is now etolng
polltiis to beat the bunil ill enniicc
t loll Willi Hie I'li'sldincj of Hit) Ho mi
of Health? Why not lino tho test (if
elllrlfiH) ami oporlence applied to
this most Important olllco of the Tei
rlliir'? A lleet of wtirshliH follow Iiik so
soon upon the trail of the Teaco l'ro
rinw moler .Ionian, will aha tho ionium-
. . lilty lesMins In the wnsto of money
' tliiuufclt battlesliliis. Hut If the com-
"uiunll olo wero tttkeii, it woilltl b
oeiwhelmlttt;ly for the. warships, ami
let peace lake cue of Hit) next cener-ulliin
ll' ti'l. .. tt ... .11 .. Ml ...tun lu ,1m lllinrnl
- v ll.ll Jl.l.iil nil! ii"n i" " "
Ucilitc.it ion that the Concresimen woulil
tjhmo secured by a ttili tbrougli these
Islamls, nml ti low of tho BttKiir ln
iluslry llrst luiiul Sttcli an cilurn
tlon woulil umliiiibtcilly have saul
tbciu from thu ilmiKer of errors that
iniiv bo matle when cuiisitlerlng the
tnilff nP8tl""' particularly tho tnrlff
Is this unexpected mlMinco in tho
nrl.B of (.near, nml the unexpected
dividend leturu to thu people of this
Toriltnry. to role tho feelliiK Unit
Jhero arc nioio certain and much
safer pioposltlons on tho imilnlaml
In which tho people of tho Islands
should Inu'Ht tltelr money lu oidir
to luiNo "an anihor to wlmlwiild?'
"How ninny pioplo tiro there In tho
Islands who would luivo nt least miule
a fair profit on tlielr lnvestmnt had
they bought the cheapest, htock on the
Honolulu markut, Instead cf the Kteew
eeitlfttates that now iiuilk tho spot
wheiu their Inuney was poured Into
n hole In thu mound
las r. Morgan, tho retiring Presl-
-deut of tho Chamber of Cpinfnorco,
jihould bo given full credit for Keep-
I 'Is r-Jnj n help to her mother?" nsknl
one worn in
"Veil. Indeed" replied tho Other ' Bile
ii iu tniiiriii Ii. r tn Hiv 'cilHluirVNirt' 111-
( .n, . ..-. -r -
h rtead of 'cooking'"
i "Hid ou till olo Joe ns I wns u
il liloouiln' II irV"
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
entered it (lie loMoIticr mi llottniulu
m secniiit-cUM matter
AUGUST 17, 1911
Iiik tlie C'Ii.iuiIh. r .iinotiK tlu irui;ro8H
ho institutions ir tint town Memory
dotstit Iihm In (.I) li.uk so very fur
tti recall the di)s when (he iirlncip.it
tlttl of .tlu Chamber nf Coiiiiucrco
was to sleep, nml ki it'll Hli Injured
ellsgust when puked Mr Mot gun liail
tin lik. i that the Honolulu (.'lumber
of Contmeree Should bo so hirer nml
jSo puniltar us to liain u place fut no
other loimncrelul Institution Not nil
iigtocd with this view, but Hit) activity
of Mr .Morgan iliil much tmvttid Im-
ii in Iiik rotiilltlons nml promoting
toitr.igc aiming the 'smaller men of
the town" to at least KU tip 111 nieet
Iiir nml lare to say tit it their soul
Is their own
FINDING AVAILABLE MEN.
If It be ti lift that tho (Imeinoi sent
the iiomliiutloii of I)t J S II Piatt
to the It publican Tcirltorl.il Com
mittee so its to throw tho i ejection
of Or Ii nt t upon Hie shoutdeis of tho
louiitilttto, such tin net would tcpie
sent politic :tl and olllclal tieachery of
the ultltuatu limit.
While thero is no tellltiK what the
(JoM'rnor may do, we rutinnt In I lei o
that he would c (iiliitcliiilico. Eiirli des
liUuble cownidlce, for tint Is what It
Ihe II ti 1 1 o t In hns been surprised
nt the oty general supiort Dr. Piatt
has lectiied. lather than opiosltloii
As the eevillle olllter of Hit) lliiiid
l)r I'ratt has had much of Hie tllity
work to do, that makes enemies, for
anyone He lias been thiouish the lit u
of criticism Hint is ficqiicutly centered
on the President of tho Hoard, mid
utile h will sootier or later be direct
td against mi man who takes the
position Vniler tho circumstances,
ho seeuiH to have romo through It In
putty good shape Whither n Presi
dent of the Hoard new to tho position
would find himself In as good stand
ing sU months hence Is something
that no hum in being can fnucust
with any degree of certainty,
limit ul of the tulk for I)r Ilolidy Is
natural perhaps If I)r Hobdy will eon-
sent to act opt n public position for
which lie leeches a Btntod salary,
with "Miiiiolhlng on the side" from
prlwito or semi-public sources. Dr.
Hobdy would suiprlso the public If
ho nccepted biu It tonus.
As stated In lhft.0 columns j ester-
day, It Is ory easy to say who should
not be Piesldent nf the lloird of
Health, and rjulto another to ptck the
man for the pliico mid get him to uc
ccpt. A new bloom looks clean, but
It doesn't lako long fen, a new Piesl
dent of the Hoard of Health to bo
spliithored oer with ull tho unpleas
ant criticism Imaginable.
In tho list of men proposed and
mailable, no improvement lias yet
been inado on Dr. Pratt, who has had
the special training that should iipilp
hi m In milking a thorough Httciess nf
HERE TO WORK
(Continued from Paqe 1)
llnll, nnd Unite mint Randolph P
Sciulder the Truxton
Tim sirouil iIIvIhIoii Is enmninndnlby
J.liuti unlit I'lnnk MeCiiniuiou of the
iluiilio.it Paul Joins Tim Perry Is
coimnnudi il b I.'uslgu Thoinns A Hy
mliigton, tin Prchlc by I.lutti nant Ito
(' Culp unil the blivvnrt by Knslgn W
The cruisers nre nil BOJ feet In length.
Kundn-schonl Tmcliir What Is the
ilih t end of man?
1 ll'lltl. l ..ut.A.l .... (It. I .....1 lin o.l,
u t) )nin M a u,Ur .. m p i(,
iMi ir i... ...... ,.,.,, ...in 'iii'tio 1.1.1 r,,i
I I'KV II IV I II II til II till rij Vlllin llin I I wv
' Ih old (Irubbs liursulng mi honest
"Yen, but ho hasn't caught up with
Seven-room modern biintjnlow) nl
moil new, very attractive. Two well
planted lots. Near cnrline. ,
On Gulick Ave.
Price Is Z20O.
easy If He'ired.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
IF YOU have ony attractive
Investment In view ana
require funds to enable
you to take It up, call
nnd tee us. We may he
able to help ynu.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stock, or Heal Estate.
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or a
Large Punch of Bananas
Simply leave your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, rnrgo Express Company)
with n beam ot 70 fict nnd a iiitxlmuin
draught of 27 ut uoiiuil illxpliu ment
'I he hive n tonniiKo ranging from 11,
400 to 11.00(1, nnd ;i comrfUmciit of tt'.'2.
Their speed of Si l.nit 1 Is thrived fiom
iiiglnis of 21,000-lini si power.
The itvirage tost of the ships', com
pit to. Is nbout jn.000,000 Ilnili crtils.
h'h urmnimiit Is eighteen blg-eulllxr
guns mid ilghtttn Inch torpedo tubes
The lit ct baa S.00 men on every
The turpi do desttojers nre dorr) 4"0
to ICO tiinnage, with 7200 to 8C00
horMpowei mill a speed nvirago of 211
to 12 knots
Tho niiv) pnsmnstir nt the nnvnl sta
tion Is liusv nlreiilj making Contracts
for the gnat ipinntitliM of fresli meals,
vigituhlis, bread, etc. Hint tho ships
will consume during the montli's stay.
Land of Puupueo
WIIRN rt man buys soinetliinrr tiscfitl
which at the b.nnc 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 Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required hy
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
UE 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 be made
SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus stock.
The office hours of the
nre from 7 a. m. to G30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m, and Until 11 every
night fir ships'
The eost for feeding) nil the Jackie s and
ottleiiH will be lu tlie licWiboi hood of
'tin. t.wilt nil burn coil nnd halo
to bo supplied will 1500 tons nplice
tvvleo n mouth for llo erulsiis nnil 200
liiort nphce for the-, ilettrojcrs nbout
time times n mouth, miking In nil tha
i uoituoiiH sum of 21.200 tuns to be sup-
i.llod the tlett during Its visit, tit n
cost of NG9.CO0.
A.l'oihI nirt of tlielr foodl siiiinlles
will be biought li the sU iilrull'h food
suptdy shlpo i
Tim itiiviliv for.the navv men lias
horn i ImnuiMl III ,111., (Iflll of One It
inontli, ntiQ,,tthn tnlro crew will bo
P ild, iiff during thilr, tltno here, ns
intj viitj,iie in pore oiipiMiveinuiT u.
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.' IN FOREIGN PORtS.
' Thursday, Aug. 17.1
FAUNA CltUZ Silled, Aug. 15: R.
S Alaskan, for Ban Dlegu and sm
NAI'OOPOO Arrived Aug. 0: nk
Albert, fiom Port (Inmblo.
S. S. Slcm, will dock nt Occanlo
whnrf enili toiuorrovv inornhi);
from Sin Pinnelt-co with 101 cnblit
imssengers, II steerage passongcrs,
Ifitl sucks mall, 3400 tons cargo.
S. S. Tcuvo Maui, will nirlvo from
Yokohama at daylight tomorrow
and sail for San rrnnclsco, 5 p. in.
S. S ZenlaiHlla, will anlvo from Vlc
totln. 11 a. m. tomorrow nn dsnll
for Sidney, 5 p. m -(8 iiaBsengers
Dnvld 'Ktilanloknlaill has filed n
joinder lu demurrer In connection
with his ease agalnsf 0. L Samson.
Yesterday was the llrst day that
the newly organized Hume, Insuiiincfl
Company has been ftilily ut work, mid
the volume of business secured by
Manager Zetto K, Myers is nitonlsh-
Ing, Mr. Mcrs said this morning
that thu huslnuss litis started nut In
n very encouraging wny mid that tho
people, of Honolulu mo standing by
tho liomu company In a wny that Is
gratify lug to the stockholders.
The company Is cariylng out Its an
nounced policy of exchanging busi
ness with agents for other companies,
mid this feature Is proving popular.
Its own risks, says Mr, Myeis, tiro
very conservatively wiltten' and It
luils itself able to place n great deal
of Itistiranro with other companies.
"We nrc Ilndlng also that lnucli
new Insurance Is developing, ns peo
ple nro desirous to encourage a home
company," lie said today. Ills ollito
on tho sixth Hour of tlio stangen-
uulil building Is now ii busy one, mid
If business continues to develop, will
be one of the busiest In tho Terri
tory. KALIHI SEWER
Tenders mo now being called for
tho sewerage scheme fur Kalllil and
this time It Is for the wi ought Iron
pities. Superintendent of Public
Works Mnistou ('mnpboll hns n most
comprehensive schema Inlet out for
thu cnrrvluc on o fthc work.
Tho teuilcis vvlll'Tio culled and tho
contracts so let that ns soon as tho
pllios tmlvo lieie fiom tho coast tho
contrnetnrs will be ready to stmt
their work and in soino cases It Is
thought Hint tlicy will even hnvo tho
ground liioken ilndy for tho plies to
bo laid. The ciitliunwnto plcs me
to bo delivered on tho ground thus
doing nwny with any doubt ns to who
1b responsible) for any Incnkage.
Now that the niottej Is iivnllible tho
work will be pushed nliead Just as
soon ns tho plK'H can bo obtained nnd
the contractors finish tho job.
Itnlibcr his Jumped In tho world
market, ne cording to ne-ws received
jestcrday by tho Wnterliouso Coni)in,
rubber fnctoi, nnd tho Increase will
menu n dirftience nt n rate of tSOO on
the output of the two Muluxlan plan
Intlons, Pub tug nnd Tniijong Olok.
P. T. P. Wntirhouse yewlerdis', dis
cussing tho news, was much encour
aged ovir tho general outlook for lub
ber, from humntrii comes the an
nouncement tint tho fleuernl llilbl" r
I'onipnio hns licquhed 70,000 ncres of
linil mid tlinf 20000 ncres will be
plnntcel to lubber in 1912.
This dots not look llko the rubber
trust Is nfinlel ot nverpioductlon." bo
lomminteil smilingly.' Plentj ot labor
Is reported nlso
Since Julj' 1 whit Is known ns "plan
tntlon shut" rubber his iidvaiued from
8110 and 1 11 per pound to (1.31 ami
$t 32. Tills price Is ns of July 31.
Increasing demand for rubber the
world over Is piobably tho cnuso for
tho belter prices, nlthottgli the latest
advices elo not assign a cause At any
rate, tho threnlincd overproduction
would not seem to bo iniitcililMng.
otherwise Mich extinslvo prepirallons
foi further planting In Mnlijsla would
neit bo going forward.
"Tho matter will hnvo my most
circful coiiBlelernlinn." lomirkoj QoV'
ernor ricirltlils morning In contiec
tiiui with trio ptolbst thtit tins been
lodged hy Hie lllln folks ngnlnst Hie
giantlng of tho peimltmloii fo tho
lllli) inllioad there, tn ma a spur
across 1 lout istltet.
Tho flovernor furthoV Intlnnled
that ho did not kngvv just exactly
what could Jio demo lis theio was no
strong point in.tlio preitest tlint would
cany lnucli weight whon tit carj)e
right diiwn to facts. It was some
thing like tho nncsllnn1 of Uho kick
mined ngnlnst, the mining of tho
niminy. Tlio matter wib liefoto lliem
for six itinntlls and "they norer ill I
am thing until Just at tho last mom
Tho Cqltlc Chief fiiso rami up for
hcnrlng 'ngiiln this inornlng bctoro
Judge Chillies T, ("IcmoliB in tho Uni
ted State's district court nnd the tak
ing (if the ovldeuro wuh cciutlnuod
W. M. Clark was put (ill tho stand
mid gavo bomo technical ovlden&i ns
tn tho pusltlnn of tlio Rle.imer mid
tho Moik elpnn hy Ihei tugs.
J-vii-lioiseiovv(i holMIng gis enjlnn
III pufect order I'an lin sem ut my
vv.tieliouso tit foot nf rjt HI.
20 CENTS POUND
WILL CONS DER
Smart and Snappy
All sorts of stylish
sliapes in the new
Crossetts. Models in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with scallops and
?erforation. Fit the
oot snugly; give the
height of comfort
Look them over.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lewie A. Cronett, Inc., Maker
North Ablution. Meet.
K i- "
1 05 1 Fort Street.
(Continued from Pag 1)
tho nppolntnicnt of Dr. .1. S. 11. Pratt
us pieslitcnt o'f tho botnl of health
is mat mo governor iiiiohui euro pai
ticularly for l'rntt nti)wn, but elliln't
want to turn him down hlmsolf. So
ha liniuled tho n.imo ovei to thu Re
publican coininltteo knowing that It
"We nre delighted with
the new process Dairy
men's Association milk. We
fend it very satisfactory for
oil our babies.
"(Mi.s) J. M. D. DEWAR,
"Matron Kaulkeolnni Chil
Pure milk and cream de
livered to nil parts of the
Thei Fprmf it
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1 782
would net adversely on nrciuint nr I)r
l'ltitt having been liulllTerent to tho
icitiiests of tlio coninilttco when iti
ptilntniciilK of Inspectors were-maile.
.lust l)v lunch truth thcio in.i) bo
In tills Is not known for as one busi
ness mnn put It, "An.vonp win. knows
what tlio governor wants or luleuds
lu elo niiiHt be a wonder."
Tho suggestion of Dr. Hobdy h it
1 ecu ouo that came uaturnllj to tho
front from tho outset, lint It Ins boiMi
itssuiuc'il that he would not take the
IKjsltlon for tho salary and tho only
bunion fiom which nil nddltiou could
bo mndo to tho salary would bo tho
Fhlptiois' wlinrf cnmmltteo because
no oMlclul would ho justified In tte
coptlng pajment nn tho sldo fiom anv
private) Institution despite tho fact of
Its being pietly well known tint this
hns boon ilono and tmsslldy Is liolni
elono nt tho present time.
fg-"Vor Sils" enrdu st Ttulletlii .
Are the Acme
They Keep. Correct
' For.n itv
H. F. WICHMAN & 0.
Antone F. Souza
1 214 Fort St.
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"No, I Ihousht.lui i.ngvyi.
VctQ" -w' il: i
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