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AUGUST 28, 1911
aliKitiK the mllrr
ThH I one Kri-nt iiiIhiiiIii!k of
the ninrkrt ln, mihl .Mr I'mi
chot, 'iitnl when Hip market win
cMnMinliril we took Iriln ioiihler
ntlon ,the fact tlmt nrlirit wnuM
lie keit down by rivalry ntnoiiK
Koine tif lhoo price" mnkp ii Hih
not ul ii liouncliulcler'n puree nwcll
Willi hope (if bettor ilnyn. Wo nro
not likely to reiith the Ues Mulnon
llciiroH fur certiilti farm product, but
it Territorial market aliiiutil promote
local trnilu In locnl product
TRY TO CAPTURE
'I In man whom imuir) Iiiih Is Hip lnw. If the wiloonkeopers don't drop
point t man In flip world. Miiillsun dead vvlth surprise lit being treated
('. refers, 'with common courtesy In tontit'Ctioti
t-' - ' " with their liiisliieis, mi entirely new
One llckln' apiece Is n pretty fnlr utniiiqpliere In likely to ierailu the
record with which to close the polo Millions of New York State. When
M'smon for 1911.
Tii limo It coiiiiilfle, tljo looal inl
lltl.i Hhoulil bo roped Into the work
of tltfcudliiK O.ihil.
HiorchliiK Id not Biich Jolly fiport ns
II uili;ht hu when It loads to the I'o
Ike MuKliitrnla with n disposition for
" lieuy lines.
When our lmxeluitl teams urn piny
Inc Kaiin-u th.it noire t to 0, It In nut
. jriiilie fair to claim that bust-bull In not
what It ui-eil to be.
I Kenatom are hanlei to secure for
KlientH than I'oiinrcxaiiii n Cull It be
that the SetuttoiH have more to ex
plain thlH car than In usual.
VThej're off' Kor the 101!! cam
linlcn. llvervone hones they'll not
smash the fences xu htully that there'll
be no repairing them next Knll
If von do KoinelliliiB to help iiiako
Honolulu n thoroughly dean anil an
Iturr town, you hale added nt leant
"one ounce to the measure of protec
tion Unit In worth tonn of cure.
men aie treated like mucker they are
much more likely to act the part, than
when recognized an Inning u ilyht to
I law all cant afford to hack any
other Presidential candidate than
William II. Tuft. Ho'h the only one
of the lot who underntaiidn conditions
hero and Amcilcau Interests In the
Honolulu's street construction prob
lem In a very different affair from
what It was lle or ten years ago. The
tialllc Is heavier on tho central sec
lions of the tow ii, and the length of
suburban streets has piobnbly doub
led So It (alls for hlgner men to
handle the situation.
That Chamber of Coumicrcp build
ing oiirfhl to bo practical thin year. It
Is far belter to Invent llio juupIuh In
biilldliii; up the town than to semi It
out for the heliellt of other sections or
Can It he Hint tho Renllemun who
uolc Unit dispatch for tho llrltish
rnrclKii OHUn doesn't know that Ha
waii Ih annexed? It's a fair question,
for half nur own people net mixed
hair the time
Kvorynno is Kind to see. tho rmy
win ni polo The cavalry team has
set ii new pace for wild riding anil
accuracy. It U a clear case of win
nine, on meilt and that never hurts
the It clings of it sportsman.,
If anyone can tell what President
Tuft stood for, afler loading the In
terpretation f 'he morning cable
gram, ho Is entitled to nil ltd sets
fiiim It Certainly the I'renldeut does
not Intend to niako Ui Folletto the
keynote of bis campaign.
Population adds to tho prosperity of
' uny city. If tho udtled population
ballpens to bo American soldiers, must
wo then ceaso talking of prosperity?
Homo renldents of the town would bo
glad to )iui o tho IncieiiBo umdo up of
imythliig but Americana.
Willi all duo respect to whnt men
from other cities may think, theiwat-
er meter syntei has no proper pluce
in the city of Honolulu If forced to
nn Issue, It will be put to a vote and
the party organization that stuntls for
II will go down mid out.
When It seems highly probablo that
the Hood of mosmiitoes Is a direct re1
milt of Hooding tho rlco (Ileitis, the
problem to solvo in merely ono or
whether Ilnolulu prefers the' rlco
Holds of personal comfort mid safety
for Its citizens and. transient residents
Honolulu Americans will ralso no
objections whatever to tho stay of
tho lleet being largely taken up with
the wolk of playing tho war game A
navy that Is elllclent Is nioro to bo de
sired than the old-fashioned typo that
spent all Its tlmo In the harbors giv
ing uvcryone n good time, doing noth
It Is very unfortiiuato that two such
excellent men us President Taft and
Senator Iji Toilette bIiohUI havo to bo
at wur. ltoosevelt wlien i;rcsiueiu
had much the same Idea of n olt
letto that Mr. Tuft now expresses, but
since he bus got down among mo
lieoplo ho Is ninth more of a Iji toi
lette man. Can It ho that mo Wis
consin Senator looks better from llio
citizen's standpoint than from tho
PUBLIC MARKET INFLUENCE.
Tho New Yoik Kxclso Commission
"has Issued u leltor of suggestion in
wliU h tho chairman nsks that the
t.iloiiu ktcpers assist In upholding the
According to the oxpcrlenco of tho
successful ones, the public market
such as that proposed under tho now
Territorial law, works both ways. It
asnuies u prompt market for tho piu
duccr mid secures a cheaper market
for the consumer.
How tills operates In the city of Den
.Moines, Iowa, Is told 111 li rccsnt is
sue of the Des .Molens Capital:
Today's quotations on tho mtir-
kct lire far below those prevailing
. at the groceries. Some of the
prices are: Grapes, 25 cents a
basket: apples, in cents n peck;
eggs, IU cents a dozen; cauu.igc, j
heads for n dime; corn, in cents;
pickling cucumbers, 3 dozen for a
quarter; tomatoes, fi cents a
pound; turnips, 1 cent u doen;
radishes, 2 hunchos for ii nickel.
Chickens fresh from the coun
try sold for C cents n pound at
tho municipal nmiket plaeo today.
This Is tho cheapest that tho pop
ular fowls havo sold In Des
Moines for many months. While
no young chickens were offered ut
this price, buying was heavy.
Competition has lowered prices
at the market place during tho
past week, according to Market,
MuBter Larry 0. Poucbot. Since
the market was started Its fmuo
has spread among farmers 'and
gnrdonors for many miles nround
Des Moines. " Consequently tho
producers nro edger to get In the
game and dispose of their wnros.
Master Pouchot bclleveB that tho
prices on foodstuffs at tho market
place will liu forced even lower
by tho utrenuous competition rlfo
(Continued from Pga 1)
lands and the Navy Dtpiirtment
Nairn tltn UMiitl orders later.
All erfort will lip Hindu by thp big
iruisers to establish n record for sail-
lnir the (llstnmn belwein San Iran
5 clseo and Hoinlulu. Tie ccbrlty wlin
which the Islands can he captured will
also bo n record-breaking event, ir pos
slide. This dash across Urn Pncllle in
Hawaii1! expected to fnrnlMi imieli
vnlualde data on which to Past future
'oiiteuiplated operations In the Orleiu,
If occasion for real 'uctiuty siioum
After the nttnek Is over the Heet win
assemble In Pearl Harbor mid nn op
portunity afforded for the ntllcers mm
men to enjoy shore leave
Iteiir-Adnilrnl Thomas will command
tho Pncllle lleet vessels visiting Hawaii
It was at llrst Intended to send Ad
tnlral Xlurdock, but the nsslKiiincnt was
Tie torpedo boat destrnverfl of both
the-llrst and second divisions of tho
Pncllle lleet will accompany tho nrmor-
cd cruisers, The four vessels of the
llrst division nre .the Whipple, Hop
kins, Hull and Truxlon. The four ves
k. Is or the second division arc tho
Harry. Preble, Paul Jones and Steunrt.
HA.N I HA.M IMCC (III. ."K
lrctddcnt Tntt yesterday gave orders
tor the most startling war game ever
attempted by the United States n.ivy.
The entire Pncllle lleet Is involved.
Hvery man et war, from llie Heaviest
armored crulsir down to thu lice test
torpedo boat destiny ir, hns bedi or
dered to pi (pale lor tho seveiest test
(Ver applied In the n.ivy.
The Herd on which the vvnr gnmo
will bo played Is the "000 miles of
ocean hlulmav between San Frtuu Isco
and Honolulu. Tho problem to bo
solved Is the nblllty of tin, Pacllle
Ibct. scattered along the toast from
llremerton to San Diego, to concen
trate nt San Kfnnclsco and then dnsh
luross the ocean to the nation's out
post In the, inld-Pacinc Hawaii nnu
piolect It from an Imaginary attack
from the Htct or a Hostile nation.
Olvos Navy Surprite. .
Pfesldent Tart tnolc llio navy ny sur
nrlse lust" its he dill last March when.
without a word or warning, ho ordered
an iirmy or TD.ouo troops moniuzcu on
the Mexican frontier.
The men-of-war of the Pacllle fleet
are scnttereu up nnu down me coast
from Seattle to San Pedro. Homo of
the huge armored cruisers nro In tho
repair yards nt Mare Island. Others
nre In the navy yards at llremerton.
Tho torpedo llotllla Is 111 Scuttle wa
ters The orders Issued by President Taft
yesterday Include every nvallnblo war
ship on the Pacllle Coast.
Every Boat Ordered Out.
The President pud the Secretary of
the Navy, planning to reproduce con
ditions of nn iietiml national emer
gency, ordered eveiy Milp In the lleet
iirinored cruisers, cruisers, gunboats
mid torpedo boat destroyers to con-
ciiitinto In San Francisco bay. Hero
would hu the natural base of tho fleet
against any roe which might attack
A met Icon possessions In the Pacific.
Large Attractive House
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown District
ar I with lh sdtrnl of hun rang
Hi Dlff-ctiiMltfitrnl of llllwnj.
Min set tiKiti building railways The
tip.il of oi'fiiliiK up this woikIhIiiI
Kinplte Is nn o(l-re"iiid late, not
how heidlli to In) tolletsled In nY
ttf prntlttip In the mmt of the V.in
plro Ibern Ii Kiion to I," h wpiillli
In the earth II at will Id time allow
China In via with Ihc I'nileil Htiite
In natural rrsouiecj hut her own In
lercoimnunl(ntlon and pitluinga of
prislucts, China'at llrst need Is thu rail.
way. If her cxiiirts urn to Incrpiiso
In pruKirtloiinl lueasiirc with her op
portunity of natural derelupiiipnt
China must have n nelwoik of rail
roads to enable her speedily to trans-
Mrt her proilncls to the const
Women anfTerliH? from anjr form nf
s nrn liiYltnl
Knur .S'lillou !.oan, China should now Muss. AlllettrnriireceliiI,oiniil,
Tlin'lllupu nrn liivrltnl til lirolillitlv Colli-
need Is there, and, aided by tho grent, inunlcnlo with Mrs. l'lnklmm at l,)iin,
F YOU have any attractive
Invettment In view ana
reauire fundi to enable
you to take It up, call
and see us. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stock or fleal Cttate.
We buy tmd tell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
24 Bethel Street
A 1IOOM W1THOVT PICTUItES IS
I.1KIJ A ItOOM WITHOUT WIN
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to Bl30 p. m. on week
days and on Sunday! from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ships'
be nblo to inoto with enormous
strides.. Ily V Irtuo of size alone, China
must seek tho aid of every railway
building In the world If she Is to com
plete her proposed scheme within the
time limit she hns tuiidn for herself
The problems of railways only touch
the dlllliutty of construction and Ini
tial expense. The stugo where, the re?
Intlon of tho railway to society and
(ouimurce becomo more and luoru
complicated bus not yet arrived.
Chinese Delighted tit Courtesies.
The Chinese were loud In their
prnlso of the many little; courtesies
shown them on thu trip across tho
Pacific by tho obliging staff of officers
in tho Persia. Commissioner Tan HU
Chang spoko In highest terms of tho
treatment accorded the party ny vav
tain Ixickett. also Purser J. 11. Albers
and Chief Steward Al Kvans,
Tho party was keen upon viewing
Honolulu for the llrst time. They wcro
taken In hand by locnl Chlneso and
shown much of the city before tho
hour of elcimrturo.
Plioobo Hnasenrlttor 'filed nn an
swer to tho divorce suit against hor
In tho Clrclut Court this morning nlid
nsks that It be board Immediately and
Tho supplemental answer of tho de
fendant In the case of the Troy Laun
dry Machinery Co. against tho Sani
tary Steam Ijiundry Co. was lllod In
the Circuit Court this morning.
Sibyl Isabel Heed filed a motion In
the Circuit Court this morning asking
that licrsonnl service of the divorce
summons against Jnmes A. Heed
should bo inndo In San Francisco.
II u 7)
read, and answered by women. A wo
man t'-iu ircciyiaiit
of Iter prlutii Ill
ness to n woman;
thus lim been es
tablished this con.
Mrs. riiikh.iui ami
tho wo in on of
America which li.ii
Never h.is slienub-
lUhed a tpstlmotilal or used a letter
without tho written consent of tho
writer, and never hns thu Company
allowed these cnulldcntlnl letters to
pot out of their possession, as the
hundreds of thousands of ilieui lit
their Hies will attest.
Out of tho vast volumoof oxporlenco
which Mrs. rinkliam lias to draw
from, It Is moro than possible that sho
lias pained tho very knowledge necd.'d
in your enso. Sho nsks nothing In re
turn except your Rood will, and her
ndvlcu hns lielixd thousands. Surely
any woman, rich or iioor, should bo
Riau to uiko luivaiunpu U mis gener
ous offer of assistance. Address Mrs.
Flukliain, euro of J.jtlla li. I'luLham
Medtcluo Co., Lynn, Mass.
Every woman ought to havo
I.ydla K. l'lukliuiu's 80-pnuo
Text ltook. It In not a book for
Kcucral distribution, an It N too
oxponslvc. Jt Is free and only
obttitnabla by mall. AVrlto for
Hnlolwa Is the place for a day or u
week It you nro out fort recreation,
case and comfort. Trains on thu O.
It. & K tnko you to tho door.
A Crate of Six .Selected Pines or a
Large Bunoh of Bananas
Simply leave your order wo do the
I8LANO FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
- ' Jgwisssae'M
(Continued from Page 2)
"These students nro selected with
great caru from Citing Hun College,
an aducatlonnl Institution at Peking,
which Is under tho direction of a
corps of American Instructors. This
institution Is established upon funds
derived from tho large American. In
demnity paid the Chinese government
soon ufter the close of tho Boxer
trouble. It Is interesting to note that
business economics Is a pursuit that
Is to tho foro In the anticipations of
tho students. They desire a business
training which will lit them to take
their placo as engineers, constructors
Maul. T on Ijinal. mid in on Molnkal
Of the 2.14 forelun-born n6rs7ns liv
ing on tho Island of Moloknl, there nro. nnd participate In tho great work of
awakening China to her latent possi
bilities. Hallways Are u Problem.
According to the opinion expressed
by tho Commissioners, China will
eventually be covered with a network
of railway lines. It Is tho purpose
of the Chinese government that tlicso
lines of transportation bo built nnd
operated by tholr nationals. Tho con
tention Is raised that the spirit of
railroad construction hns taken hold
of tho Government, hi tho enlight
ened provinces of North nnd KaBt
China tho people talk railways, vthey
think railways, they dream rallwnys
SI Chinese, or .'11.9 per cent ; 105 Jap
niipse, or 113 per' cent.; 15 Koreans, or
6 9 per cent.; 14 Germans, or S B per
'eciit'.l 3 llt-lgllThs, 4 Canadians, 1 Dane-.
4 Englishmen. 1 Frenchman, 2 Hol
landers 3 Irlsli, 2 Norwegians, (1 Por
tuguese, 1 ltusslnn, l Scitchmnn, 2
Spaniards, 3 Swedes, 1 Swiss, 2 born nt
sen, 2 Pacific Islanders, and 1 West Indian.
Dip above figures were referred
brie Ily In recent cnbln dispatches.
The administrator's account In tho
estate of tho Into Fred Vnlcos shows
a deficit of $6.
SIX ROOMS and BATH
Hectric Lights Modern Plumbing
Cheap for Cosh Apply J. J., Bulletin Office
Til Woist of It. "Pin miry you've
got lo leave 'Udell and go to work
(limply because I gavp you Hie rest
of tha) npdi'," said rontrlto Evo.
"Nover mind," answered Adam.
"Tho iillluiato consumer tilwuys gets
the worst of It."
A Wonder "What's your husband
no nngry about?"
"He's been out of work six weeks.
;i should .think lUutwould gull Mm
"That's It. He's Just got a job.'
"Hu wants n divorce from his beau
tlful young wlfo beennso sho Inhales
"How iinreasonublo of him! Tloes
ho expect her to cut her cigarettes?"
"John, I listened lo you for half nn
hour last night while you woro talk
ing In your sleep."
"Tliunks. dear, for your self-re-
strulnt." . ,
(Continued from Page 1)
Fsnlnnd, 22; France, 7C; (lerinnny, 90';
Greece, 3li Ilollnnd, 27; Hungary, C;
Ireland, 234; Iluly, 30; Japan, C9.S00;
Luxemburg, 1; Mexico, 20; Newfound
land, 3; Norway, 200; Poland, 4; Por
tugal, 7t8G; Hoiiinanla, 4; Itusslu, ,
(73; Scotland, S32: South America, 47;
Spain, 1C2J; rivveden, 103; Switzerland,
28; Turkey In Asia, 1; Turkey In F.u
rope, G; Wales, 2J; at sea, S3; ether
countries, CM.'; Including Africa, 13;
Asia, N, S, 10; .Atlantic Islands, 4&0;
Ihirope, N. S, 1; rirent Ilrltnln, N. ..
India, 34; Korea, 4172; Pacllle Is
lands, 210; Turkey, N. S, 4; and West
Of tho total foreign-horn population,
the Chinese formed 1G.5 per cent., tho
Japanese 03.8 per cent., the Portuguese)
&.1 per rent., nnd llio Korean 4.&.
Tho foreign-born population or tno
Islnnd of Hawaii number 28,151; Knlio
olawe, 1; Kit mi I, 13,415; Lnnal, 19;
Maul, 14,190; Midway, 29; Mnlokal,
54; Nlllmu, 20; mid Oahu, 37,001.
Of the 14,480 Chinese, thero nro 8192
on Oahu, 2240 on Hawaii. 1919 onMnul,
1743 on Kauai, 1 on Lannl, 4 on Mid
way and SI on Molokul.
Of the 69,800 Japanese, Oahu shel
ters 20,tl,3; Hawaii. 20,341; Maul, 9724;
Kauai, 9018; Kahoolawe, 1; Lannl, 10;
Midway, 13; Molokul, 105; nnd Nlllmu,
The in nro 3391 Portuguese on Oahu,
1777 on Hawaii, 13J7 on Maul, 1071 on
Kaunl, tine) G on Moloknl.
The Koreans number 1525 on Hawaii,
1024 on Oahu, 87S oil Kuual, 728 oil
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
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 asjted for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
HE 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.
We Invite you to come
unannounced to our Sher
idan street 'milk depot, or
'to any of the dairies con
tributing to this Associa
tion. It will, show you to what
lengths we go to assure
absolute oleanllness In milk.
We also treat every
ounce of milk to our elec
trio purifying apparatus.
Are the- Acme
They Keep Correct
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Honolulu's business world by being
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