Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.FRipAY, AUG. IB, 1911.
Even two Bulletin
DAILY antl WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea 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 tiie Territory of Hawaii.
Waiiaci , Farrinoton, ... Kdiiok
UVH.-SI.Nll liUI.I.HMIM WIIFiKI.V MUC.I.HIIN
-r, Mmitli aiiiwliertlii 03 .... ,7H Tri Sli Motion .Ao
Prrijimtn, anywlint'ii US .... 3.x Vtr Vmi, iiiynhctclu U S .. . I.on
In Vf HvlifllnUS B.no pei Yt tuywhetc n Caiiuli. t.K
tlVcl I'M!.! InirlRti .... 13.111, Vn Wr Itxliail loulsli .. 2..
HPfi J fcSdltorlal Rooms,
I GH Business Office,
Did you ever hoar of a man who had striven all his life
faithfully and singly toward an object and in no measuie ob
tainod it? If a man constantly asprtus, is lie not elevated?
Did over a man try heioism, magnanimity, truth) sinceiity,
and find that theie was no advantage in thorn that it was
a vain cndeavoi? H. P. Thoinui,
THE REAL ISSUE---SAN1TATI0N.
Is it the money he will spend or the lives he will save that
is the first consideration in selecting a man to direct the
woik of keeping Honolulu clean? '
Is it a man who has had experience in figures and pur
chasing or one who understands sanitation, that is needed
to keep the city of Honolulu in such shape that it will be the
least liable to interference from a port quarantine?
Is it money in the bank that Honolulu wants, or a rea
sonable guarantee of an open port so that business can be
earned on without hindrance?
Isn't sanitation after all the great necessity for the city
of Honolulu first, last and all the time? And in order to
secure this should not the Territorial Board of Health have
as its directing head a trained sanitarian who knows the
town, who knows what to do in an emergency of threatened
epidemic, and better than all, knows what to do to avoid an
The B u 1 1 c t in has learned that some of the gentlemen
connected with the Shippers' Wharf Committee believe they
should so handle their funds as to create a large surplus in
the bank that can be drawn upon in time of community stress.
Others believe this money should be expended as necessity
points, from day to day, to improve conditions so as to less
en the danger of any epidemic disease gaining a foothold.
These gentlemen represent fairly well the opposing views
that have been brought out by the discussion of the Presi
dency of the Board of Health. The medical men speak for
a trained sanitarian who can exercise his knowledge in what
miiiht be called preventive methods. This we believe is the
Federal opinion. Others claim a business man should
command because of the amount of money to be spent, and
"besides he can call in the sanitarians when there is trou-
There is not the slightest doubt in the estimation of this
paper that the man and the official organization that is con
ducted on the theory of preventive medicine is a thousand
times more valuable in dollars and cents to the community
than the man and administration that stand ready to call in
assistance when the troubles of port quarantine arise.
Knlilo should rIvo those (JoiiRrobR
lilt'il ii III. ui Ulan lie retains In Wiish
liiKtou. Just foi u t.Hlo ut what the
Pulling tliu wool Id tlni fuvmlte
Joliu f tlio pirnKiapliurs. niul will bu
till 'lis known nlntliir Tuft or Con
uress Is victor
Nn stiKiir tnrlff luvlslon tills jenr.
I.imo Hint wnny for the npxt Benson.
Tlii'ii piop.iro for thrputeliliit; lnn
t,u int from nil illicctlons
It vvns cr decent of the London
bojs to unit till lifter tlio rmniiutlnn
In foio demoiistrntliii; lion thoioimhlj
bin loss tlio )cnn bu whin thoy onco
Mi inborn nf the United Slates Sen
ate Kolu off on ii stilku slums that
the Ioiik suuuuer m sslon of Congress
In nut without Its excitement to stir
the blood once. In a while,
It nould be a national r.tl, unity
moim) than when lloosovelt sacd
.l.i pan in tlm neRotlntliyis of the
Pnilsiiiouth lieit, If Adiulrul Toko
Hhoiild bn killed nlth kindness b) tlm
t .... . ., - ... - ...... .;
"What vv.ii the ciuso of lint nnful
iiikui;o I beard In nui hick) nd
jrtti'idii) " asKeil the neighbor.
'"I hit n.is pi dilug bis Intinsdlloi
gardening." loplkil tlio joimg wo
mail I'asM'iiKor The uglncer slopped
the tl till Just In llnii' let's taho up
a siibscilitlini fm him'
Another pissongiM Vol I lliult mo
carpliiBiitonntoiiiniidiloyars'iiecl.Cin0jii0njollarJiiot to loso It.
, ' J M, .t'4 . -. Six ?' tH. ' i
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
kntrrrd tt the Poitnftjce lit llnnnmlu
a., keerm 1lat mailer
AUGUST 18, 1911
It Booms olonr Mint thnsn most In
tlinntcl) assocl itod with tlm work of
keeping tills town fno fiom poit
ipiuiautliu's nro verj un iiiIiiiouh in
favor of Dr. 1'r.itt ns tlu iniin to lmd
on health .matters.
Rood roads urn what tho people ex
pect of tho Supervisors and a rlean
ton n from tho Ito.ird of Health and
tho sanitation wmkeis. '1 ho only po
litics In eithoi Instntuo should be tliu
politics of clllciency.
Say, If u lion mini Is lopod Into tho
Picsldenc of the lloird of Health,
must one of his first duties bn to take
it trlii abroad at tho public expense.
I In order to post himself thoroughly
Ion w hnl he ought to do?
Honolulu Is moro Inteiostod In hnv
Iiik a mull (Hi ect the snnltury matters
Inf the tonn in n nay to assure u
clean poit for the wurshlps next
mouth, tliun one who would know
lion to spend tho money K u port
iiuiuantlne nero threatened about that
As tlm 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n understands tliu
nltuntlim tho business men of Hono
lulu want llrst iind foremost u lit mi
dent Instil nnco!
YouiiK doctor CoiiKrntul.itn mo, oil
man. I am just ptcpniliiB to visit
my (list patient "
YouiiK lawjer (Inmll III bo Wi
sou rcihnir ho hasn't niado bis
Mary (aso fi) Undo Cbarllo, I wish
j on ninny liapp) leturns of our birth
ilnv. rinil iiininlnll R.nlil lllllt If Oil
.1 ".' : i ' '
Seven-room modern bungalow) al
most new, very attractive. Two well
planted late. Near carline.
On Gulick Ave.
Price a $2200.
easy If desired.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
IF YOU have any attractive
,, investment In view ana
require funds to enable'
yau to take it up, call
and see us. We may be
able to help you.
Wo have money to loan on
Sugar Stocks or Real Estate.
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of 8lx Selected Pinei or
Large Bunch of Banana
Simply letuo your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With JVells, rargo Hxpriwi Company)
tonn, one that will not bo held up
by port iiuniiintlne. They should
tbereforo lmu it sanitarian to direct
tho Import. nit work of sanitation
Certainly tiny nould not call In ii
biislmss man to lcpresent them In
court when tbero arc cptrt lawyers
LOAN COMMISSION TO MEET.
Ihn Claim In in liiiul conunHMnn Sn lit
buhl n puctlni; tomorrow morulas
promptly ut 11 o'clinK, to iIIsiush In It
niul iniittirs Tile kpii Ilk ltlnns for
the Ui ft Ihe-mlle stri tcb bae bun np
piiiMil ami will be available In enn-
tinctors iilmrtlv wblbi tuidirs for tho
work are behiK uillcd for. ,
Land of Puupueo
MIIEN a man buys something useful
y which at 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 Puupueo
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
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE 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 mad
SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus stock. Half prices
ir out surplus stock. Half
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to 6i30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ships'
NEW CREATIONS TO
ARRIVE IN MILLINERY
Miss A. II AtldiiMui nrrlvcil on tho
Nleir.l tlibt inoinhiK uttir sptudliiR n
Blunt ilnl ut tbjiu III Nw urU on n
thoroimli luit.buliiK ixptdltlun for tho
Dunn iiilllluiry iKtiibllslniKiit.
The irtutliins K.ilhirid, Miss Atkln
sun 'promlscrt, u 111 bo the talk of tho
A pioinlntut lUpubllcnn this morn
I UK MiBKtsttid the nanio of Cluifli'V
lliistaiii for preslilLiit of the Hoard of
"Huitneo Is active, bnrd-worl.liiBi
public-spirited, und If he unit Into thn
board hu would iniiku thliiKs hum,'
uiih thn reciiinniendiitlon Rlvin Huh
;VASIIINt!TON, July 29 Tlio pro
motion iind.rctlicmeiit of Hcar-Adiulr-al
Itobeit i: I'e.iry, In recognition of
his discovery of tlio North l'ole, hnvo
presented a tangled problem that tliu
N'avy Department has not yot solved
Tlm bill honoring tho explorer passed
Congress In March, 1911, but piovldeJ
that tho promotion and retirement
should dato from April 9, 1909, when
the polo was discovered.
Tiie promotion of l'enry niado a
Mu am in tho list of captains of civil
engineers nnd afforded opportunity
Tlio question which has risen Is
whether theie promotions should bo
retroactive nnd date from April, 1909,
or begin with March, 1911, when tho
act was passed.
(Continued from Pag 1)
The) lint! n. large bundlo of maps nnd
plans, myMt Important In nature, nc
cnrdluK " tho extivmo care given
thun. lno of these mnps fell over
build it must hiivc been very lin
purtnnt. ns a llfcbont wns sent back
bnuivdiatciy to llnd and pick It up.
It IA said that Wnlannu liny might
be the ohjictlvo point fur the Pacific
llcrt to land thousands of nun In nnd
inpluro thuirctlcully the entire Island
The Nnvnjo, commanded by Chief
Cluuiur llnh-Min. was observed to cruise
nriiund tlm Walnnno bay many times,
to that the ollkirs uboard could mako
note nnd mark the plans niul mnps of
(Viry nvullublo strip of bench that
lould iieiommocl.ite the landing of
forces liven tho waters vvcro studied
niul the depths of channels made tho
subject of note.
'Ibey havet u month now In which to
plnn and study the moves that can bu
niiiilc to frustrate any attempt of tho
lloet to land troops
The army olllcers don't Intend to al
low tbeinselveH to be fouled by Irregu
lar tuctlis upon the part of tho cruis
ers, like tho army men of Mngdalcna
Hay nro Mild to huvu been.
When tho Meet lmd Its great maneu
vers In that bay, MOO Bailors wcro
landed nt an unthought of point, com
pletely surprising nnd capturing tho
Not long ago only the lslnnd-brcd
mustangs could nscend the rugged Wa
I inne range, nnd tliu natives vvcro uulto
astounded when Undo Him dragged
and lugged heavy vvugons over the
They got over, but It took too long
for practical use. It Is said. The roads
are rapidly being fixed up, but even
then it is claimed thousands of men
could bo landed on tho other side bu-
Moro nny Interference nt all could bo
The nrmy olllclnls fully realize this
and nndo the hnsly trip Wednesday to
see !( somo other nay could bu de
rived that would cnnblo them to hold
oft the Invnde-rs without crossing tho
range, according to well-informed per
sons. SENATE FEELING
(Continued from Page 1)
gotlated arbitration treaties with sev
eral nations. They nil einponeicd tho
President to submit such questions as
ho selected to settlement. Tho Son
nto by an overwhelming voto amend
ed the tieaties so that uppioval of tlm
Semite must be essential for each
controversy. President Koosevelt ut
oi)co withdrew nil the tieaties from
tlio Senate und permitted them to
lapse. It Is not Improbable that n
similar fato may await tho treaties
In addition, tho Pacific Coast Sen
ators do not tuko kindly to the treaties
as drafted. Thoy decline contro
versies affecting raco problems, such
(is arose in S.m Francisco during tlm
public school troubles, might bo sub
mitted to arbitration. They insist
that exceptions must be mado of nil
matters relating to cltUenshlp nnd
(Continued from Page 1)
nil tho time and never minds how
hard It Is. Ho Is poilmps tlio most
indefntlgiblo worker in tho Govern
ment or In tlio Territory. Ho can put
in slxtoen or eighteen bonis a day
and then find tlmo to keep up with
tho most mudoin sanitation move
ments in other countries.
' To him Is dtio much of tho credit
for working out tho plans thnt hnvo
been carried out in tho public health
department. He Is a nun of groat
tact nnd quickness of Judgment ami
tho board agreed that ho made good
In ov orj thing ho has undertaken In
"I.iibt wlntor. during tho tlmo Mr.
Mott-Smlth was nnay bo was acting
picsjdcnt of thn board and ho mado
good. This was under specially lr
lug conditions owing to tlio epidemic
outbicak on Mnut. Ab I snlil ho doc
not mako much noise- but ho Is right
on the Job. Ho Is familiar with con
ditions and acquainted with tho woik
mil all tho details of tho Islands.
What Is Needed.
"What Is needed now is not so
much n business man or nu oxecu
tlvo man ns n well tinlucd sanitiiilau
Tlio work of tho department lins been
thoroughly organized und tlm board
Itself is olio of peculiarly good com-
1 I I 1,
Smart and Snappy
AH sorts of stylish
shapes in the new
Crossetts. Models in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with scallops and
perforation. Fit the
foot snugly; give- the
height ot comfort
Look them oyer.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lwi A. Croitett, Inc., Maker
Nottk Abiaston. Mess.
1 05 1 Fort Street
posltlou In this respect for that work.
Tho work during the last two jenis
las been that which would call for
special iuulness nblllt) and that woik
hns for tlio most part been done. Hut
oen In business mntters Or. Pratt
lias mado good. i
"Tho boird's opinion Is that Dr.
Piatt is a man of strong and inde
pendent judgment. They pissed n
formal motion this morning recom
mending him' for the position."
Asked ns to what his own personal
opinion is tlio Governor Bibl; "I think
very hlghlv of r. Prntt and do not
MILK that Is PURE, MILK
that is RICH, MILK that
Is WHOLESOME, MILK
that is FOOD in health and
M E D I C I N E In sickness,
MILK that Is from abso
lutely sanitary dairies,
where conditions are open
to all who care to Investi
gate. That's the kind WE sell.
Call at our Sheridan street
depot and see the new
.lectrical purifying process
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
Shoe Co.. Ltd.
Tel. 1 782
knuvv that wo could do any beltci
than to appoint hi in."
Tho Gov ci nor would not mako any
defliiito statement as to whether lin
would appoint Ijlin or not. Ho said,
that tliu Hawaiian citizens nio In fav
or of Dr. Pratt.
CONSUL YAMASAKI MARRIES
. AND IS RETURNING TO POST
K. Ynmasnkl, Japnnise consul In (Mil
caL,o, who has been visiting In Japan,
Is u through passenger Jn tbe 'XVii
Main. Io Is nccoinpaiiled by Sirs Yu
mas ikl, whom ho married iccently In
Consul YnnuiHuM and wifo worn met
nt tho wharf by Kecictury K Ho of tlm
local Japanese cons9lale-ge11cr.il, who
rseoitcd them up to tho consulate to
meet Consul-General K. Umo Mr.
und Mis Yninnmikl will proceed to the
States till iifte'rnnou 111 tho Tiuo
Maui, which sails ut S o'clock, en route
to the former's post III Chicago.
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
TEe Formfit $?
" " ' -'M
mmtomiwmmt"' j wwmim