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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1911.
OAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Oaily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
( unouLRiiura LHnutai urANi
in the Territory of 'Hawaii.
Wallace R. Farrington,
rcr Month, envwhcre In O.S 7A
ter Quitter, nrwhne'a U-S..,.. 3.to
rn Ym, tnvht:t IdU.S , M.oo
Per Vest, pott.tid, lords n I3.uo
Tnl J Editorial Rooms, - 185
ICI'lBuslne88 Of flee, - 2256
Kxiictncn In little tliliiu-s It u non-i
ilcrful source of chccrfiiliH"i V, IV.
An excess of out' 111111111)- Is iiIhiijh
liotight at the expense of another. If
a man be nlxeliitel) Just lie villi lie
absolute!)' nierclless. ' I would not
trust absolute Justice to an) hat a
god. Arthur Slierhurue Hardy.
Vacation time will soon bo taking
'Its own vacation.
Kverybody would be In favor of the
. .rccajl for Judge Lynch.
! Parting with money sunta In coast
x enterprises la such sweet Borrow.
" Stop, look, listen. Sh-h-h-li. There
' la a reul prospect of the Knpuu lauds
being brought Into use.
t Let that ejiuto-Jewsliarp play
man. Honolulu needs waking up to
a realization that there are some-jnru
things worse than flve-Heenty-llve
What the public wishes Is, that tho
lloaru or supervisors snail get uown
to business so as to move In a given
direction for nt leaBt six consecutive
The College of Hawaii Isn't an at.
J'pnlljhgly large institution, but eacl
college year opens and works out bet
ter than tho previous onev Thnte
Wall street In wondering where all
W tho 'gold has gono. Honolulu would
also like to know what will be done
f. with tho largo surplus that Is coining
In this direction.
Is there any relation between the
Philadelphia bidder's success in the
IIIIo brenkwnter contract and tho fact
that he Is a man that the Honolulu
mosquito will not bite. .
Ex-Governor Carter might spend
some of Ills time while In tho Stater
fc" calling around and fumigating a few
M tne neauquariers wnere opposmor
to me sugar larin is stewing..
Two' sales ut tho session of the
fc, Stock Exchange suggest .thai n hlgl
I price of sugar has us seriots an of
ect on the stock market as.li cholera
epidemic on the general business of
1 If the people of Honolulu arc hon
estly in favor of a capable Mayor ant'
inniA.tanr Itnnrtl nt Riinorvlanra nr
MtVe result of tho next campaign, thej
Ktlwlll prepare their plans and select
ineir men now.
I la wall Is indebted to Congressmar
Kahn for many things, and not the
lease ot these Is the manner in whlcl
L he, has Btood by the American prin
ciple of protection that coers the
(American merchant marine
I; ;' If the Paclllc fleet is to bo sent tr
Honolulu under conditions ns muci
&like war as possible, wouldn't lt.be a
rjolce If the Bulling to the attack were
postponed because the people of Sar
'Francisco want to celebrate. '
K.If. there Is a strong sentiment In
"Congress toward reWslon of the sugar
k tariff, a part of Hawaii's business Is
to help head 'It orf. It won't be tho
flrst time Hawaii has made a success
i ful tariff fight against bigger odds.
KBoss There's $10 gono from my
-'cash drawer. Johnny. You nnd I wore
Etbe only people who had keys to-that
Office jloy-Well.s'pose we each pay'110 """ tl,un roa8led tho S"B8J"S-
and say no more about It?
.... ....I ..A.. .......tun ihnt llin
irrot talks Jiulte a lot?
IDealer Itather...-Ills last mistress,
l-hlni because. she couldn't gewtt,,."'""-)'"1 u. lu"l manj wun ruooer
rd'ln edgeways. '
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Fit Sim Moataft,, , .At
PettVeei, snywheit In US I.oa
Pet Year anywhere n Caned. I.Ao
Pet Yr poatpsM, lottlrn 3.nr
enterrd at the Pot-tome at Jlooauila
u tecoactclijii matter
SEPTEMBER 9, 1911
Tnft la tlio logical candidate for
Hawaii's Itcpubllcuns to support, and
that It what will lend special Interest
to the iicthltlea of the local friends
ot Huosevelt, who seems at least not
Indifferent to the success of La Toi
l'erhnps It Is becausu of their o-
cnnlc surroumlliiKs that the tenden
cles of local people are almost Invar
iably toward discussing what terrible
thing uiuy liuppeu to ruin thu unex
itnipled prosperity with which -they
Congressman Kalin appears 16 be
one of those men who believe this is
a pretty good country, too good In
fact to warrant a man spending all
his sparo time' giving It a black eye
and giving as an excuse that ho is
trying to lit it.
Now that tho public school teachers
re getting the sularles to which thev
entitled, und this for tho first
time In the history of the Territory,
there ought to be an abundance of
peace and progress In the schools for
,10 C0,nK year
Every community that does not like
to talk directly about some of Its own
people Is having a ureal time these
days dwelling on the horrors of tho
Astor-Force marriage. Probably they
hope tho ones-whose namesMhey don't
like to call, will take heed and never
do It again. I
Fifty thousand dollars has been put
up fur the aviator who.' will make the
(light from San Francisco to New
York. That prUo will probably be
captured beforo the year Is out. Hut
tho Promotion Commltteo of Hawaii
would bo entirely safe in offering a
hundred thousand dollars to the first
man to make the (light from San
Francisco to Honolulu, and think of
tho free advertising in It.
With King Manuel keeping ns close
to the dead line us he can with safety;
the Shah of Persia prowling around
tho outskirts of his former happy
home, Castro threatening every day
or so to show up with a little unpleas
antness In or about Venezuela, and
President Simon, of tho South Atlantic
Republic skylarking around watching
for a chance to land, It 'is about tlmo
that something was heard from l'or
llriu Dluz regurding his Intentions.
Iiut a few short year ago the Pa
cine slope or the United States was
designated as the point of finality for
the western movement of civilization.
"Westward, Ho!" which has been the
slogan of adventurous spirits since
tho , migration of Abraham; has led
civilization from the farthest Orient,
through continental Europe to the ex
treme Occident And still westward,
over tho broad waters of the Pacific,
crept tho clvlllzer. "Westward the
star of empire takes its way" Is no
longer a prophesy applicable to the
future. In our day and right here, In.
tho l'aradlso of tho Paclllc, facing this
greut oceun that stretches to the old
est East, tho prophesy bus Its fulfill
Tho storm of protest which has been
uilsed over the approaching marriage
of Col. John Jacob Astor nnd Miss
Madeline l'oice has brought about an
iigltutton among members ot the Hen
uto nnd House of Representative look
Ing to n I'edernl law regulating mur-
rlnge nnd divorce
May You seem to profer tho beach
tq tho piazza,
i Maud Yes; I pre'fer'to bo burnt by
I Clerk Tin vmi want n thin 'mnn'a
jCuomcr (gravely) Nojl want u
ART GIFT FOR
Mrs. Hans Isenberrj Presents
Replica of Donatello
Mrs. I Inns Iscnberg lins recently
given to Oahu Collego n full size re
plica n terra cotta of Donatella's St.
George This statue has been placed
In Cooke Library where It Is attract
ing much attention, not only for Its
artistic beauty but nlso for the uni
queness of tho material of which It
Is made. The torra cotta gives tho
pleasing effect of light and shadow In
a way which Is Impossible in plast
cr. This makes a vnlunblo addition
to Puliation's growing collection of
works of nrl.
Oahu College opens Monday nt 9:00
o'clock. Everything Is now ready for
tho first session. Tho buildings have
been put In excellent condition for
the ear's work. The cx.'.nlnatlons
for admission to nil the grades and
classes In school below the Sopho
more class were begun today and will
bo finished Monday ufternoon at 2:00
b'clock., A'l "10 teachers have' now
arrived nnd ntndo preparations for tho
opening of thu school year. The year
wilt begin in both schools with chapel
at 9:00 o'clock. After school the
usual registration, securing of hooks
nnd supplies, and tho- settlement of
tuition accounts will fill the morning.
The usual' 'lartf registration Is anti
Arrangement have been made by
Japanese Uoncul-Oenerul S. Uyeno for
the reception of Prof. T. Nltobe nnd
Hon, 8. Shlmadu, who are expected to
drrlve In the new liner Hhunyo Muru,
of the Toyo Klsen Kalshn, tomorrow
Itiurning. Ah soon ns the steamer
docks, tho two distinguished educators
of Japan will lo iscorted around town
hi', tlio eonsu'.-genernl.
"Oil their II turiOtho- vlllJtMuet
ofj honor at a luncheon to be given at
the University Club. Oonsul-Clenernl
Uyeno Jjnjjlssucil Jnyltntlon; to the
members of tho club, some of whom
were acquainted with Prof. Nitobo
whlleMie, war. n t.tutlQnt.mt 1 Hntrvjird
University. " f I' ? I Jill
Hhould there be enough time, the two
educators will be taken down to Wul-
pahu to sea tho plantation-innd the
HUgnr mill. Profi Jltolye Isfono ot the
ootid agriculturists In Japan, profess
or of agriculture mid economics In thu
First Higher Collego In Toklo, Japan.
Hon, SlilmaiU, e veteran member, of
parliament. Is Pile of the noted orators
Lecture In Afternoon.
Consul-Oeneriil Uyeno. who Is great
ly Interested In educational matters,
this morning received a wireless reply
from Prof. Nltobe nnd Hon. Shlmudn,
expressing their willingness to speak to
the locnl Japanese tomorrow afternoon
In the assembly hall of the consulntc-
gcnernl, on tho third door.
Tho consul-general will olllclnte i
chairman and Introduce the visitors.
General Invitations have been Issued
to.) the Japanese residents' nnd the ptH
plls 'of nil tnVJnpftneso schools, "tol
gether with thedj; teachers nnd parents,
10 bo present to hear tho distinguish
ed educators. Tha lecture commences
promptly at 2 o'clock.
.At the conclusion of the lectures, V.
Akal. malinger of the Yokohama Spe
cie Dank, will, on behalf of the resident
Japanese, read n resolution of thanks
to tho two distinguished guests.
Filings of documents In the Supieme
and Circuit courts up to noon today
ore ghen below,
Tho letters shown after tho time of
filing are used for Indexing purposes
and mean ns follows: D, divorce; tt,
equity; I., law; and P, probata. The
flumes are also for reference.
September 8, 1911.
11:07 n. in. U 7417. J, J. Ryrne
vs. Mrs. C. I.loyd. Complaint, etc.
11:12 n. in. U 7400. W. O. Irwin
vs. Hul Hock. Discontinuance.
,1:05 p. m. D. 1311. Flint vs. Flint
Answer of lebelleo.
1:10 l. nv P. 3555. lie estate K.
Ilo.irdiiinii, Seven'h annual account.
1:25 p. in. U 7341. Okasakl vs.
Hawallun Electric Co. Time to set for
3:40 p. in. I). 4215. Fernandez vs,
Fernando.!. Decree of divorce.
Sertember 9, 1911,
8:45 a, in. U 7414. Turn Pong vb,
8:45 n. m D. 43C1. Fernandez V".
Fernandez. I.lbfl and summons re
turned. ;05 n. m. D. 4283. Knlnnn vs. ICn
lana. '"10:08 n. in. C. 50S9. Territory vs.
ji.T ,' I
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A Crate of Six Selected ' Plnea er
'Large Bunch of Bananaa
Simply1 leave your order we' do the
rest: " '
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With'WelW.Kojgo Express Company)
11HD n. in. U,710t. W. f. Smltli
et nl. vs. Mele Muhunn ct nl Sub
poena. HMD a. m. C. Mn. Territory vs.
Onrcla. Hubpoeni returned.
11:43 n. in. " C0C4. Ttrrltory vs.
Anilrude. Subpoena returned.
LEAVE TO INVESTIGATE
WAI0H0LE WATER SOURCES
Acting I-ainl Commissioner Joshua
Tucker, Deputy Attorney Arthur O
Smith, Surveyor Wall nnd Wa,tor Jte
sourccs Chief W. F, Martin left early
this morning for Wnlahole.
They will make an Investigation of
the water sources thero In connection
Willi tho proposed Koolati tunnel.
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he js twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ien years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land ,of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of themany conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked forare f
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". y
iil t ' I .,.'
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5t30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m and until 11 every
night for ships'
. , i J - "it
has long since passed the experi
mental stage. The present fin
ish product is an unqualified
success, and a necessity in avary
Our Thermos bottles keep liq
uids boiling hot for 24 hours, or
Ice cold for 72 hours.'
BACK FROM H1LQ
Two (Companies Return From
With the, nrrlvul ot tho Maul ftom
Ullii ycKtil'ilay, eaino two companies ot
Infantrymen of Fort Shatter. The
tloURlibtiyt have been Over on Hawaii
taking In the sights, and" packing down
the loads between II Mo mid thu ol
tnno. Ulght days were consumed In
the trip, nnd tho men returned to tho
ptwl Very much pleaded with things
they lind urn. ti iini- been npnrlcd
that tho trip Was a delightful one nil
the way thr'nigli, und but few men felt
the rITdts of the rldo on tho Maul.
Hlto Turns Out.
Upon the nrrivnl nt IIIIo, tho entire
town was on tho dock to sop the sol
diers land, and u hearty welcome was
given them. This li the first time
since a -few engineers were working
on thu other Islands that regular sol
dlirii linvu planted foot on tho Island,
of Hawaii, The troops weto escorted
to the Armory, where a flno reception
was tendered them. The (rip up to the
,((Unim was olio long to be renumber
ed. Taking It nil In all, this hlku of
nil hikes since the trois ImVo been
In tlielHiiwnliahtlflAiiflVlcjtvoH a tliem
'. . - . (
tuy uj tno minus oi too men m'cr i"
Band Heads" Parade.
For the. llrst. time, since. Um Twentl-.
eth infantry arrived In Honolulu, It, hint,
IIS inn band nt parade last night, sev
oral times llerger's band Iuih
tho (nut for purnde, but y
marks the Initial time that nil iill-nilll-tnry
parade has been held out ut Fort
Khufter. Tho liand gives concerts each
afteriiooii on the parade ground which
ore thoiouglil) cnlo)cd by all the men
nml ullleers. Tho baud Is doing ex
ceedingly well for Its strength, nml It
Is "hoped that when tho outfit reaches
the Slates tho musical end of the
Trtcntkth wjlll bo recruited up to Its
full standard. Tlio men of the build
lire temporarily stationed In tho gym
n.lidmn pending the departure of.ltlie
b-itlnll'in for the States next month,
and. Ilud It it tllio hall for practise.
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
" A business-like model for
y the young man.
Conservative. ' '
With, the. popular high heel
And. "all, the. Crossctt com
fort-kinks. N ;
"AfaAcs L.Tes Walk Easf
$4 to $6 eTerywhere.
Lewis A. Crosiett, IncMabatx,
North AUatoa',Mu. ""
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
. FOR THE t
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment . Payments
Beretania 'Ik a
I VSJ " r"f
mm mr Jffl
Ml nnvH AM w.
August was n banner month on both
Paining and Tnrllong Olok rubber plnn
(iitlonsT tn w'hlch local capital Is large- '
ly Interested., according to cabled iiuwh
i . . . . .. .... . ' - ".. '
nreiviii jiy iiicwniernouso, ,i'ompniiy,
tho'fnetors here. ' ' " i
Pahaiig'b rubber output for August
was, 2500 pounds, .nil Incraso of 500
pounds ovii- the product for July anil a
IMnt'iir '1 0.247-'Mr' tile Vehr'tli date." '
Tiinjong Olok.iiroduced 1300 pounds, ,
for'Amrust. mi lucrense (itulr,0 lioondv i
owl' tin .ay'V ns-ord nml 'making: ii )
Intiil ut 0350 to date. ' '
A DAINTY XOIIET AKTICIE.
Every lady who desires to keep
ip her attractive appearance, vhlle
it the Theater, attending Recep
tions, when shopping, while travel
ng and on all occasions should
t.iny In her purse a boultlet of
lOl'llAlllVS OIUMNTAIi I1RAUTV
i.CAVKS. This Is a dainty little
looklctof exquisitely perfumed pow.
lerVd leaves which are easily re,
niilcd -arid nppllod tb the skin. It'
s invaluable' when the faro becomes1 v 1
uoist and flushed and Is far superior
ii n powder iilff aft It does tiot spill
nd soil the cloHies. A n n
it removes. Ol'rt'J Boot'(aiidgrBa9 Fiifi
i oin theJ'faVe', tImniirtjjiJ(il(jool i paf.vJ ij
i ale 'lilooWto tlie complexion.' Sent
inywhere 'otiirecelpt ot" TenOnf'
n .stamps or c'blnr 'F.,T. HOPKINS.
7i(lreati Jones, street, New Yotk.
w Wiills rnKlng. hay . In a .field., near,
her liomi! nt lmaus,.Pn., Mrsn Joseph
I'nTiyJ.ick; 4B yinfs old, xiarf.'lnsiantl)'
lled by llghlujiuf. ., jf-;
In your milk. We ask
.nothing better than to have
you visit our milk depot
on Shoridan street and see
how wo handle the milk
supply for our customers.
Compare our method and
cleanliness with tho ordl
ncry Oarnyard variety of
'dairying and you'll under
stand why it Is safer and
better lo buy milk from us.
PHONE 1542 i
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