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KVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, AUO. 29, 1911.
DAILY and 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 the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallaci: R. Faukington, - Editor
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I wl.)BusineM Office,
V lien I ilk ii mini mil of trouble,
lltr Imlr lie Irnvis behind lillti l tin
grave In itli Ith I liurj nijr ami
Iroulili.- V. Turin II.
Utiles fur tltu wharves shaped by
the men win, havo tlic most to do vvllli
t.irgoes ought tn bo tho liest for the
promoting Hits tr.tlllc of tlic port
Until tltu war r;uiio Is out, the
sympathy ami Hiiiport or everyone In
Honolulu should Iio v 1 1 1 the deft tid
ing forte It's a good liloa to have
(lie toiiimiiiill) mi the right side whin
tht'ru in lighting to bu dono oven at
Wlillo Aviator Martin wan making
IiIh rccord-bicaklng flight from St
Unils lo Now Yolk two aviators were
U 1 1 It'tl In one d.ij wlillo making exhi
bition flights for tho people of Chi
cago ThiiH It'iH that the uso of the
Hying lniH'hlnc for sport In what lends
the greater dinger to lire anil llinli
The people must havo something that
Is dating, timl the stunts arc tilwnjs
ptil chased at n prko of blootl.
1'coplc who attcnitetl tho polo game
(onlil not fall to be Improved with
the Inspiring support of u gootl Amer
" It .in veil When tho men of tho nrmj'
niaile a point, thcio was always a good
number of supporters on the sldo lines
tn jell When tho Oaliu bojs undo a
good Htrol'O which wasn't often to be
sure, on tit, mint of thu omnipresent
ravalr iilajert tho) were helpeil on
to better tktils by tho Intensely ttils
tocrttlc but chilling boost of an nulo
mobllo honk. It Is strange Indeed
bow terribly nfr.tltl nmnv of our peo
ple are to let their feelings loose In
n good old-fashioned yell. If they
really frel like helping their own
side, u bcllcvo they will do well to
throw oh the frigid habit, and got lip
it ftill-thioatPil lusty yell for tho boys
who uro woiklm bard to win,
CUBA HAS TROUBLES.
Kvcry newspaper In. the country is
, receiving a ropy of tho Ilaum Tost,
tho only Amcritaii dally published In
II. nana Tho bltio pencil marks
show tho rendu o artlclo to bo "All
Open U'tler to Soerctury Stlnison "
Tho Secretary of War recontly visited
Cuba, ami tho I'ost tools occasion lo
give hint Its opinion on various top
Tho l'obt alludes particularly to the,
aspersions cast upon tho Gomel ad
ministration which It regards as per
hups tho best that Cuba litis over ox.
perlencod It Is especially forceful
In its allusions to tho erroneous
statements mado regarding revolu
tions lu Cuba and tho Idea provalent
in. many (purlers Hint tho Island Is, a
hotbed of discontent.
A ease directly In point as piovlng
tho contention of the Post Is tho AcO'
vldo ruvoltttlon, so-called. A couple
of weeks ago tho statoincnt was gen
erally published In tho American
press that Con. Acovldo was heading
tin instil rection and wits at tho head
of several companies of men. Lator
reports ei,o lo tho effect that tbeio
wiib no revolution or If one It was per
bonally conducted by (Jen. Accldo
The Tost also deplores tho knocks
given lu regard lo concessions and
talcing those up uno by ono argues
that all concessions given lmo boon
granted wisely for tho bcnollt of the
Island and on very fnvnrnblo terms.
It claims that tho clouds have been
cant by luloroslcd partlos and 'that tho
peoplo tiro vyiill satisfied,
If tho Htateinonts of tho Tost nrn
"iBn't anything being dono Tor that
ship in dlstieus?"
"Yea, inlsBi wo'vo Just dropped 'cm
n lino lo eomn ashore."
"What, vvoio they waiting for an
Earnest Speaker (more eloquent
than truthful) And I ask vou, nro
ou going to take tills lyliigdqwn?
1 "Volco from audlciico-0o"; tho fo-
porters utu doing that.' -rf ).
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AUGUST 29, 1911
correct and they scein to bear tho
Impress of truth, Cuba Is prospering
Hncly at the present time. Foreign
t ipltul Is needed ami It Is being ob
titintd, the chief drawback to prog
ress being the unccrtilliity caused by
the ritmois of resolution and of Im
proper concessions which naturally
hae a tendency to frfghtcn foreign
DO SMALL AMERICAN FAIN)
That tho education or tho farm
er Is u factor of prima Import
ante in his struggle with tho
land Is Indicated by tho fact that
thu average prollts of those who
hud gone thiougli tho district
schools only was $318 n year.
(Ugh school graduates averaged
(SIT, and men who had gone bo
j olid tho high school netted con
siderably more. A high school
cilmutlon, according to tho In
vestigators, Is worth to it farmer
as much ns $6000 worth of ft per
Tills Is tho conclusion reached after
putting tho farming carried on In tho
Statu of Now York to tho liursli test of
cold, calculating htislncis figures.
Under tho direction of tho Agricul
tural Ktporlnicnt Station at Cornell
University, n ery thorough survey
has been mado of tho management
ami methods of tho small fanners of
the State. Tho Investigators found
that many ownors of farms secured n
smaller cash profit from their opcrn-
tlnnsithnn was received by their hlml
men. On tho other hand, tho state
ment Is also mado that "it is now pos
sible to mnko n good living on a
farm." This Is where tho valuo of an
education .Is mado evident.
Another Important conclusion is
that tho largo farm pays better than
tho small, or aver ago farm.
A farm cannot bo said to bo a busi
ness success unless it pays nil farm
expenses, pavs Interest on thu capital
Invested, and pays woll for tho farm
woik ilniiu by tho farmer and Ills
fnnilly, according to tho Now York In
vestigation. About ono farmer In ev-
'cry ono hundred makes a labor In
come of over $L'000. Tho tvvclvo most
successful farms nro computed with
tho n.crtigo farm as follows: Tho
most striking dlffcrenco Is in slzo of
business. Tho most profitable farms
nvcrago I0S per cent, larger, and linvo
nn average of 117 lcr cent, mora cap
ital, mid 91 per cent, nioro cows than
tho average farm. Theso fnrms liavo
nearly twlco as ninny cows por farm,
but tho farms aro tw;lco as large, so
they do not have qulto so many cows
pnr 100 iioros as tho average.
On each of these jnost successful
farms there nro two to four leading
products, and In most cases many
minor products. Thobo with three
leading products nro doing hotter than
thoso with two. Ily combining two or
more lending products, tho receipts
nio greatly Increased without much
lucre.iso In expenses. Tor cxnmplo,
milk, potatoes, nnd hay can bo pro
duced for sale with llttlo moro than
Is required for producing milk ulono.
Tho quality of the business bus been
Increased, hut not nearly so much ns
tho Hire. Tho yield of potatoes aver
ages Si per cent, nbovo tho average,
other crop yields 117 por cont., receipts
por cow 48 per cent, receipts per
sheop 83 por cent. None of theso
tvvclvo suci ossful farmers was at
tempting to grow (ho largest posslblo
crops. Somo oilier persons who aro
milking less money havo raised larger
Doctor Now, Mr. Israels, I must
tuko your tcmpornttiro.
Israels Ach, but you cannot. Ev
erything Is In dor name of my vlfo!
A Winner. Ambitious Author
Iluriayl rivs dollnrs for my latest
story, "Tho Call of the lairo!"
Ftjet Treiid Who from?
AmbltlouB Author Tho express
company. Thoy lost It
crops. Theso farmers nro raising good
crops, not fancy crops. Tholr liny
nop averaged 1.8 tons. Tho avorago
for nil farms vvns 1.3 tons. Their oats
averaged 13 bushels.' Tho nvorngo
farmer got 33 bushels. Their potatoes
nvcrnged 210 bushels. Tho cows on
tho best farms Hint sold market milk
iiveingcd about 8000 pounds. Hough
1 speaking, tho bIzo of tlio business1
(tapll.il) on theso sample farms Is 1C0
per tent nbovo the nvorngo, and tho
quality or production Is nbout 00 por
cent, nbovo tho average.
Theso successful farms buy 89 per
(cut nforo concentrated food por nn-
Imnl unit lltnn tlio nvorago farm. In
stead of; trjlng to rnlso nil tho feed
for their cows, they find It more profit
able to grow such crops ns potatoos,
cabbages, nnd liny to sell, nnd to buy
mill products. Thoy sold nn nvorago
of $1,069 worth of crops nnd spent
only $420 for feed.
After nllowlng for feed purchased,
theso best farms contributo to tho
city supply 138 per cent, moro food
per ncro than the nvcrngc. Tlio farms
that nro primarily Inrgcr, moro di
versified nnd soinowhnt bolter farmed
than tho average mnko tlio most cin
clont use of men nnd capital, With
tho snmo amount of man labor nnd
horso labor per acre, tho receipts
above purchased feed uro 138 per cent
moro per ncro thnn tho nvorngo. Ono
of theso .farms, averaging 212 neros,
contributes ns much food to tho city
supply ns Is contributed by r.Oa acres
tn fnrms of average sl7e.v
Russell of Los Angeles to Try
and Get Big Con
On Stpti tuber $ bids will Iio opened
at army headquarttrs for tlio construc
tion of tho superstructure on the llllo
This is a contiatt of u limit Im
portant nature, and ninny companies
are expected to tender proposals.
Tho enntrm t for the substructure Is
now In tho bands of the l.onl-Young
Kiiglmcrlng Conip my, and as It Is al
ready on (bo scene at llllo. It will
probably provo u hard proposition to
underbid. Its present work Is a $200,
(.00 contract, Tho contract for tbosu
I crstriicturo Is $000,000, and well worth
.Mr. nnil Mrs. Walter 8 Hubsell of
I. on Angelt'H arrived jesterdny on tho
Mongolia Mr. Ilussell Is hero to study
the situation and bid for tho work.
When tho superstructure tins finally
reached ethupletlon It will bo ono of
tho costliest and finest ever built In
the I'nclllc and will tend to make tho
harbor at llllo ono of tho greatest and
safest of any pf tho Island of tho
(Continued from Pag 1)
ships tiro not for tho purpose of light
ing foils,, but to liattlo with unit lire
upon warships at sea.
Tho two other cruisers making up
the Tnclllo licet will not be able to
i oine. Thu rciiusylvnnla Is ordered
out of commission nt the I'nget Sound
navy yard, and the Maryland Is under
going repairs at Han Francisco, to bo
able to meet tbo squadron at San Di
ego on Novcmbir I.
Tho fleet Is badly scattered at pres
ent, but the cuilsers nnd torpedo de
stroyers are burrjlng to San Francisco.
Onco assembled In San Francisco
bay, tho Meet will mnko n clash to Ma
wall, the purpose being to ascertain
whether nn Invading fleet can mnko an
entrance Into any of tho bays around
tho Island of Oahu In nn attempt to
capture the capital, nn this Island.
Tho Wnr Department will Increase
tho garrison tit Unwell to five regi
ments at full war I trcnglh.
The warships of tbo fleet will carry
their full complement of marines.
Tho maneuvers orilued by President
Taft are tn bo tho most spectacular
over planned on tbo Purine Coast, Tho
President wishes to demonstrate? bow
(Illicitly the navy, tho roast defences
nnd tho murines can unite for tho de
fense of tbo Hawaiian Islands tbo na
tion's outpost of tho rnclflc.
A natv fire control system will bo
Installed on tho flnRshlp California., be
fore tbo fleet sails from Mnro Island.
Just how tbo forts nnd ponut nrtll
lery tire planning tn hold off the In
vaders has not been fully decided un
it 'Wnlannn boy will bo closely
guarded by. tho troops, stationed) here,
ns It Is considered nn otijectlvo point
nt which tho mnrlnqs nro expected to
tho force nt Camp Very will bo
greallv stiengthened tqion tho arrival
of many marines nnd ofllccrs on tbo
next transport, , ,
It Is not known whether thn (lent
will bring IU own supply ship or not.
At nny rate, tho ships will have to bo
supplied with bread, fresh vcffeltblrs
and meats, so It Is oxptcted they will
give In their requisitions to the naval
stutlon hero und bids for contracts will
Large Attractive House
Formerly a 'Rooming House
In Downtown District
F YOU hv any attractive
lnv.itm.nt in view and
rcqulr. funds to .nbl.
you to taka It up, call
and e ui. YV may ba
able to help you.
We have tponey to loan on
Sugar 8tock or Real Estate.
We buy and tell Slock, and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel 8treet
PINEAPPLES! BAN AN ASM
A Crate of Six Selected Pine, or
Larg. Bunoh ef Bananaa
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND. FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wella, Fargo Express Company)
bo called for from tlio various dealers
to furnish nil tlio foodstuffs needed.
As to tbo coaling, If two nt n tlmo
tako on coal, tho naval station can ac-
couiiiioil.ito them very nicely with
berths, but if they ull coal nt once, ac
commodations will huvo to bo bor
Admiral Cowles believes tho wnr ves
sels lll bo tn mid out of tho harbor
so much that they will havo no regular
anchorage or docks, but will unchor
Itear-Adinlral Chauncey Thomas will
act as commniidcr-ln-chlcf of the Pa
cific fleet and remain aboard his flag
ship, the California.
Tbo caininnndlnK ofllccrs of thu
cruisers nro as follows: California,
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value lie 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 (hat 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.
A nOOM WITHOUT PICTURES IS
MKK A IIOOM WITHOUT WIN
The office hour of the
are from 7 a, m. to 8t30 p. irw on week
days and on 8undaya from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 vry
night for ships'
Captain Charles 11. Harlow; South Da
kotu. Captain lVunk M. Dennett; West
Virginia, Captain John M. Orchard;
Colorado, Curtain William A. Oil!.
Tho torpedo dcstrylng fleet of tho di
vision, consisting, of tho llagbout Whip
ple, tho Hopkins, Hull, Truxton, Puul
Jones, Perry, Preblo and Stowart, uro
commanded respectively by Lieutenant
John Q. Church, Lieutenant Harold O.
How en, Lieutenant Harold Jones, Lieu
tenant Frank- McCotnmoii, Ensign
Thouiiis A. Symington, Lieutenant
ltosa H. Culp uud Knslgu W. 1. New
ton. WEATHER TODAY
Ixical omco, U. S. Weathor Bureau,
Tumpcrnturcs C a. m, 74; 8 a. m.,
79; 10 n. in., 81; noon, 81; morning
llnromctor, S n. in., 29.93; absolute
humldlt) , 8 a. m , 7.209 grains pot
cubic foot; relative; humidity, Si.ni,
GS per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 07.
Wind C a. m, voloclty 4, direction
I'; 8 a. m, velocity G, direct Inn NIC;
10 n, m, velocity 1C, direction MIS;
noon, voloclty 20, direction NE.
Itnlnfiill during 24 hours ended 8
n. m., none
Total wind movement during1 t'24
hours ended nt noon, 19S miles.
TV-BULLETIN ADS PAY-aW
Wakl. BnllMla II Mr year.
Says Wool and Cotton Tariff
Are Sure to Be Revised,
After n three months trip through
tho States, from, tho Pacific coast ns
far Knst ns Now York, Maurice1
llrasch, manager for Whitney &
Marsh, ono ot tho lending dry good
firms of tno city, reiuruon ut W
BtcnmBhlp Lurllne, and, llko nil oth
ers who havo lived over flvo minutes
In Hawaii, thinks that thoro is no
othor plnco In tho world but Hawaii
nnd no city like Honolulu.
Mr. nrnsch went Hast on n pur
chasing trip for his firm, but, nt tho
same time ho did not let business
tako up all of his lime, and many
pleasant sldo trips wcro taken.
Whllo nvvriy ho visited tho thrco
cotnnicrclnl editors of the Slates. 8nn
Francisco, Chicago and Now York
Ha states that business la not of tno
best In nny portion of tho States, ua
far as ho could see, nnd that tho
cnuso of tho stagnation Is or vvns the
uncertainty of tbo tariff nnd recipro
city questions. Ho- says that H.ls tho
consensus of opinion throughout tho
East that tho wool nnd cotton tariffs
will bo revised without question, but
that there will bo no move mado in
tho sugar question. Tho South will
not stand for It, and that phaso of tho
situation Is going to bo tho ruling
forco when It: comes to a showdown
" Tho unsettled Btalo of tho Eastern
markets, which, nt tho tlmo' of Mr.
Ilrnpch's visit llttlo wns doing In the
line of big business, gavo most fav
orable conditions to buyers who camo
from n distance, ami consequently,
Manager llrasch laid In n largo stock
whllo prices wcro favorable, and tho
goods that ho purchased havo bcon
coming down by every vessel and will
contlnuo to come for tho next month
He purchased tho latest In tho fall
styles to. bo found tn tho fashion cen
ters of the states, and showings ot
tlio goods will bo mndo ns soon as
they can bo arranged anil as fust at,
Tho latest fixtures for exhibiting
tho ready-to-wear garments on nro
also now ccquisitlons in that depart
ment of the Ida; storo. This depart
ment will be soon arranged for exhi
bition nnd In that-lino will bo second
to nonp In the city..
Hotter Ico crenm and nlso Inquiries
from druggists nnd storekeepers is tho
result ot tho recent activity of Food
Commissioner Blanchard. '
"At tbo present time," bo said today,
"tho stores aro serving out a better
class of Ico eronm thnn previously.
Tbero was somo tnlk ot them making
it kick, hut whan part of tho sealed
Slllnnlej, v, ro nnnltxnil liv nun nf tlielr
own chemists, and tho results return
ed wore lower than mine, they dropped
all Idea of It und mado a better artl
clo Instead. ,
"Slnco tho Morckcopcrs handling
drugs have learnt that thoy must also
comply with certain regulations, I linvoj
been kept busy answering Inquiries.
UeslclcH thn queries from Maul, which
ou published In iho Bullotln yes
terday, local peoplo aro beginning to
wnka up and take notice.
"ThlM nmrnlnir T Itntl n flAniitnllnn
from tho Japanese Druggists' Axsocla-I
Hon to sea mo In reference to their i
branch of tho trade. They nro veryl
anxious to know Just how they stnnd.
In tho matter. Poisons handling other
lines nro nlso coming Into lino ns well,'
and I think that very soon tbero will
bo no moro troublo." ,
Bringing cargo from the East const
of tho United States foi warded from
Now York in tho Hawaiian on July
"111 and tlio Georgian on July Hth,
Iho American-Hawaiian freighter Co
iiiinblan is oxpected will nrrlvo hero
on Sunday morning. Tho Columbian!
Ih coming from Sallna Cruz vvhcroj
tho bulk of tho freight was tran-;
chipped. The vessel called at San
BYnncIsco nnd Scattlo en routo tn tho
Islands. Tho Columbian Is tn loud n
lnrge nmount of sugar for tho Isth-.
, , FOR THE r
WHOLE ciH FAMILY
Lurai Installment nym-i.
"ff TITe Fpnhfil
We Invite you to come
unannounced to our 8hr
Idan street milk depot, or
to any of the dairies con
tributing to this Associa
tion. It will ihow you to what
lengtha we go to a.eura
absolute cleanlln.ss in milk.
We also treat every
ounce of milk to our eteo
trio purifying apparatus.
Y. M. C. A. BOYS WOULD
BE STAMP COLLECTORS
Tbo doings of tho stamp collectors'
society nro likely to be very much ex
tended along tho lines of the Junlori
If tbo hchcnio which Is In voguo noes
through. Commander Loomls ot tho
boys' department of tho Y. M. C. A.
Is very anxious that they should bu
allowed to k III with tho movement,
and ho Is to appioncli tbosu at the
head of the society and ask them
"Nearly ull of our boys," bo snhl,
"tako nu Interest In stamps, and 1
think It Would bo n real Rood thing for
them If thoy could get In touch with
a society. o might get tho society
also to hold an exhibition In our rooms,
us a start, so that tho boys could see
just exactly how to do things In tho
proper way. I know tbero nro u num
ber of thpiu at tho present time who
collect; and this would stimulate them
ns well ns cot tlm habit started In u
number of others. It Is n very Inter
esting subject, nnd -I hopo wo can get
matters fixed up"
Mrs. David Frnnkovlch, whllo dust
ing pictures on the 'wall, nt Sharon,
Pn , fell from a strplndder, throw lug
out her nms In nn effort tu savo her
self. "A largo plcturo hook in tho wall
penetrated her right arm, holding her
suspended from tho floor.
Are the Acme
' in Pocket
They Keep Correct
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