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MK"' r 4 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1911. , ... , -'
E V E LYING BU I ilVETIN
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kcrr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Farrinoton, - Editor
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Thnm nro a lliniisnnrl hnr.kln? nt tlir hi.indins of p.vil to
one who is strikiup at tho root. flioreau.
It is nuitc possible for a few contending medical men
and olhcrs with a penchant for making trouble, to stir up
such a false and unjustified sentiment regarding the health
conditions of the Filipinos, that they may be rewarded with
some measure of success in stopping Filipino labor immi
gration, and at .the same time start a line of yarns that
will, without the slightest justification, alarm the people
and tic up the tourist business for another twelve months.
Honolulu needs sanitary improvement and it must always
have protection, but for God's sake what is to be gained for
the healthful, moral business or financial welfare of this city
by surrounding it with a wall of braying jackasses all doing
their level best to sound something evil of the place and
exaggerate the problems with which the community must
always deal. It is within the range of possibilities for
self-appointed nincompoops to do the town a million dollars
worth of damage in the next ten months, and not accom
plish one single result that can honestly be put. down as for
the common good of the citizens ot Honolulu.
HAWAII'S BEST SCHOLARS.
H. H. Brodic. supervising principal for the island of Kauai,
writes the Bulletin regarding the Bulletin prizes
given for proficiency in scholarship, under dale of Septem
"It certainly was gratifying to mc to sec boys under
my immediate instruction win over the schools of this
island, and more especially to be the only school that
won two prizes.
"But I hope that your contest gave an impetus to
an idea that may materialize to the good of our
schools. It is this. I gave tho contest to every grade
in the Hanapcpc school, and the results were many. It
formed a basis for the yearly promotions; it gave the
pupils the benefit of a contest to do their best in its
best form; it showed the teachers where they fell short
in their work; it emphasized the necessity for uniform
work-in the schools of Hawaii. If we could have
yearly contests similar to the one had for the B u 1 1 e-
tin cdntest it would be a strong factor in toning up our
teachers to follow tlie work as laid down by the De
partment. I would consider that a very effective move.
This, idea I caught from the Bulletin contest and
I am going to advocate its adoption."
i Thisword from 'Principal. Brodic, who is one of the most
'successful teachers in the public schools of Hawaii comes in
timely with the announcement by the Bulletin at the
opening of the new school year that the $100 prize or
twenty-five dollars for the public schools of each island, for
proficiency in scholarship, will be renewed for the coming
' Better results should be gainer for all concerned this year,
than last, in consequence of the pupils having the full school
year in which to make their record. The experience in deal
ing with the matter will also make possible an arrange
ment of rules by Department officials that will secure the
best practical results for pupils and teachers.
The conditions of the award will be the same as for the
year just closed. Names of the pupils on the honor rolls of
the various schools must be sent to the Bulletin as fre
quently as those rolls are made up. The rules governing
the proficiency tests arc to
bupcrvising Principals, and the award made in accordance
,with the report finally presented to this paper by the Depart
The Bulletin has received most interesting letters
from the pupils who were awarded prizes in last year's con
est. They show that the children are studious, wide awake
and hard workers. The "climate" has not lessened their
ambition. All they need is a little public attention in what
they arc doing and an honest effort to show them the way
to make a good living by means of the opportunities that arc
offered them in these Islands.
Ttiirlier Now. Tommy, suppose u
man itaw jnu IIUO to Keep for hni
mid then dint. What Would J mi do?
Would jnu pra for him?
Tommy -No, hi but I would pruy
for aiiot In r llko I1I111.
ihl jinir wife turiL nt In b iijl
yini ov tid tier 1i I'd"
Mimh'. W'hfii I iHunliil 'nt nlwww
h. slim ms 11 wiMjf j8BJle Nov !.
VVWull- DOMIIt VXi 4ll)lll4,H
r Pit Mutant.. , ,v
Pet Vot, uiywlictc Hi U.! ., .. t.iMt
Pet Ymi Anywhere n OnU, l.ffo
IVl Vctr lo-lp-M, tnittgn 3.ih
entered t lh I'o-loltiLi At iltrtmllitu
M iciomt-cl-M mMlcr
be made'by the Department and
Doctor -Tho InrrouslUR deafness nf
your wlfo Is ipmly an Indication of
1111.111111111; i,irs, uud you can till her
lluvb.itul Hum' Would ou mind
tclllllK'lUT Hull yuiirnilf, ilnelur?
I'liliM' -Mnlhor, Is .1II11 11 iluul
Mnlliw Vw, Mwir
TuwnurVl'lifJi I ivltli lliciyM lutrrjy
'MM Hlld l'Ht' It.
(Continued Irom Page 1)
Ami (lie story would probably never
har come nut lit nil except for tlio
ffirt tli.it It was witnessed liy some
who renllxeil tlie really rcitmrknblo
revue llniuiti hail effected.
President Peck of tho ltaiilil Transit
line, m'cIiir ii, crowd further uptown
waiting for tho cur, went along the lino
In Ii ml the reiixiin fur tho itehiy, llo
nskid the crmv about It, not rcprl
m. Hiding them, hut merely for nn ex
planation, mid ufter somo iiucstlonlnR
burned that tho "ar had lieeu Mopped
because of the rescue, Tho men did
not hurl uny tuoittclH at themselves,
cither; they merely Muted tho factM.
After thl i w learned, tho crow was
given time to report nt tho cur-harn,
lay nir and ltoiiun Rot it chance to
serupu the mud off his clothe.
Jt huh at the uir-h.irn that Ilonun
nnd Olson told the Mory to thu H u I-
lot In. Ifonini had not had n clianco
ct In change his clothes and they were
Mill coicrcd with mud and water where
ho had thrown himself Hat on tho
street to reach under tho car uud druk
the Japanese baby to safety.
"Thero wasn't much to It," ho "aid
inndcMly, hut under tho kindly cross
ilucitlonhiR of Manager Iljllcntyno ho
llnally related the Mory.
"I heard Olson up ahead rhiR tho
gong as wo -vcro iipproachhiR liivcr
Mi cot and saw the two Jupuncso chil
dren ahead. Wo wcro then about two
cur-lengths from Jtlver Mrcot. 1 kuw
OI(in Mart braking tho car, but knew
the cur couldn't b I Mopped. Ho I rush
HI through tho tenter ulslo. Jumped
down ahead, throw one child off unit
then the other fell down between tho
feiulir and tho truck wheels. Then I
dropped down and leached under tho
car and kuI tho child out. That's all."
"you had to do some mighty fast
thluMuR. didn't you?" ho was asked.
I reckon I did," mild Ilonun, "hut I
don't remember thinking. I hail to do
lloiian has been with tho company
six months on tin present job, hut Is
a veteran of the line. Olson, who also
ihi.ed his part by slowing up thu cur
almost to a MnudMlll and pinking It
possible for Iloii'in to reach under It,
bns" been with tl,e company but u
Now tho best part of this Mory Is
the last. After the reporter had heard
as much of Homo's Mory ns Ilonun
could he persuaded to tell, up spoko
"I'd rather sou wouldn't put my
name In tho paper," he wild. "It was
Ilonun did It, not me. He's tho man
who oiiRht tu Ret nil tho credit. llo
dhl the bravest thhiK I ever saw. And
I'd like to work with u man llko that
always Just Icavo , my namo nut. If
iu possibly can."
lloiian was not anxious for publicity
cither. Hut one who saw tho nenr-ni:-cldent
Joins with Olson In prnnnunclnR
Ilonau's achievement a brave one.
WHAT ABOUT THIS
BRAND OF ROOT BEER?
Kdllnr K veil! or Mullet In: I
would like tr ro: from you, or from
our food ronunliH.ouer, or from u rep
utable muuufiictincr of soft drinks, 1111
answer to tho foilowlnR: Last H.itur-
luy nlRht before retiring I thoiiRlit I
wouhl llko .1 drink of soda, and thero
was hrniiKht In ti me n glass of what
,ui ported to be loot beer. As I took
my llrst swallow of this alleged root
beer I noticed a asto tli.it was decid
edly coal tin icy 111 flavor. I then ask
11I for tho bottle out of which tho liq
uid had been poured, nnd I found that
tills pecull.ir-tastliiR ffuld had been
bottled by 0110 of Iho oldest soda water
companies In Honolulu. Tho label boro
tho follow lug legend: "Root Beer (C0111
I iHiiul). Aitlllclally Colored"
lu my homo soda water Is bought
largely for my cnlldren. who llko to
drink It ut lunch time, so I may 1 10
pardoned for having at least u mild
Interest lu know Ink' what makes up'tlia
soft drink lrhutcd "Itoot Ilecr (Com
pound), Artlllclully Colored." I hud
thought that root beer was among tho
M'ry cheupest of 10ft drink materials.
If I am not mistaken, a package of
roots and hcihs, put up by tho pioneer
linn lu this business, can ho bought In
any drug store for ten cents nnd this
will give enough extract, when boiled,
to make live gallons of good root beer.
That would seem to give a sulllclently
cheap decoction to satisfy any manu
facturer of Hummer drinks; but It
would seem Hint I am mistaken, henco
my desire for Information regarding tho
makeup of "Hoot Iletr Compound, Ar
Honolulu, Hepttmlier 18, 1911,
WINERIES ARE MAKING BIG
QUANTITY FOR THIS YEAR
Ottn Ilnrndt of Iho Internal Ilovn
nun Collector'H (illlcu returned on Sat
unlay fuilii Ills Hip to Maul mid Ha
waii, wliuiu ho has bunu Inspecting
Iho viiiIoiik wluurlim thulu.
Jlu found morylliltiK. I C'nd oritur
mill stales I Ii ii t lliey aio inaklni; n blr;
iiuiintily nf wlnu Mils year, Wliuli
Jio left llllii on l'rilay (Imnrimr Kioar
was in in Hili'i'luliit'il Hi ii luiii'lieoii,
t!!H5 I'llllurl'il rmiiii - SiiTAl
iiiitlni'it niiiii', 'iui'ti nri' Iht' ifii
imiii) iniiiilirrt of iliu II ii 1 1 ii 1 1 u,
ini I'lhiefcMtfiiit, i I, it-rtir Sit, mk fiit '- ------.A.J.f- . . -. u,.it..
Lnryo lot on corner. Site It 175 fttt
by MB feet.
For Sale at $4500
Utnutiful marlo- view) good neigh.
Iiorhoed. Adjoint Neighborhood tennlt
Trent Trust Co.,
on HtUd atockt or on Improved
We buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and make invettmentt for
others in approved Trutt Securi
ties. WE 8I1ALX. I1R PI.1.ASI.I. TO
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crete of Six Selected Plnee or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply loavo your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With 'Wells. Forgo Bxpresa Company)
Seven deaths Inyo occurred from tu
berculosis up to September 1C. accord
ing to Iho npmt of Heglstrar M. If
(Lemon tn Prrshbnt of tho Hoard of
Health I)V. J. 8. II. l'r.itt.
j The while plague has tho sheet nil
llo Itself during the period, nn deaths
Ifioio other contagious diseases being
reported. ' 11BHIB
Waterhouse - Trust
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 niany conveniences required by
the exneting 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.
UK TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable housu lots to be
liad within three miles of thu Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are OiVurcil,
it it that wo do the bett developing
and printing? We ute
Care & Cyko Paper
The office hours of .the
are from 7 a. m. to 530 p. m. on week
days and on Sundtyt from 8 to
10 a. in, and until 11 every
night for thlpt
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
A Treatment That Costs Noth
ing If It Falls,
Wo want you to try three large
bottles of llcxnll "93" llulr Tonic on
our personal guarantor; that tho trial
wilt! not cost you n penny If It doen
not give you absolute satlafactlon.
That's proof of our faith In thla
remedy nnd It should Indisputably
ilomonMruto that wo know what wo
nro talking nbont when wo say that
Itexall "93" Hair Tonlo will grow
hair on bald heads except whore bald
ness has been of such long duration
that tho roots of tho hair nro entirely
dead, tho follicles closed nnd grown
over, and tho scalp Is glared.
Ilemembcr, wo nro basing our
statements upon what has already
been accomplished by tho use of
"llcxall "33" Jlalr Tonic, nnd wo have
iho right In mistime, that what It has
dnno for thousands of othors II will
do for you. In any event you cannot
lose anything by giving It a trial on
our liberal guarantee Two bIzcs, COc.
and 11.00. Hcmcmhcr, you enn obtnlu
llcxall KcmcdloB ln this community
only at our store Tho Hoxall Btoro.
Ilcnson, Smith & Co. Ltd.
Tho cnrnlvul spirit of Ilcgatta Day
Is said to bo tho cause mid a broken
Jaw the result or a pugilistic en
counter Inst .Saturday evening be
tween Bupervlsor Harry Murray and
t'lllTord V. White, salesman for li. O.
Hull & Hon, which ended with Whlto
on his way In Queen's Hospital to gc(
a broken Juw dressed whllo Murray
escapes Icsa seriously hut still with u
badly cut lip and bruised fuco to show
that tho sclenco of his adversary hud
not been wasted.
The Union Grill and tho alley out-
sldo was tho stago-settlng for tho go,
ami iho origin of tho trouble Is un
known, although Whlto is said tn
lmo resented somo of tho Supervis
or's rcmurku. Friends separated tho
cnutbatuuts. White's friends declare
tho Supervisor started tho fray, and
also say Hint Whlto stayed to tho
Ilr. Way?on dressed Whlte'd In
juries, but. today declined to discuss
the matter. All shten In fact nro dis
posed tn let It diop. Tliero wcro n
number of prominent men lu tho
group that saw tho light.
ON OTHER SIDE
Water IlrMHirc".' Chief Martin leaves
for the other nldo of tho Island Wed
liesdjy next, with Ids assistant, II, R.
Bctiulz, where they are to mako
number of tests.
Tho Wnluliole district will como In
for special notice, nnd tho usual testa
us to amount nnd velocity of flow will
be applied to nil tho streams there. Mr.
Martin comes back about Thursday,
uciordtiiR to Ills picscut plans, and Willi
leave Mr b'cbtilz our thcru to continue
The latter experts to ho thero about
1 1 u ce weeks or more, nod during that
time will tiy mid locale many streams
which mo now not shown on tlio vurl-
ouii maps. It Is thought that thero lira
large number of theso scattered
along the stretch In tho vicinity of the
Wiiliiholo strinm, and he will endeavor
to get somo sort of n lino, us to the flow
and ol(H'lty of -ill of them and ulso
mark down their exuet locality no that
they can ho marked in for futuro ref
Sparkt from the Wlrelett. .
M. N. S. S. Lurliuo, en route from
Smi Kriinrliico, fiHd p. in., September
17 7G3 m Ilea from Honolulu. Mod
erate' noitheiiKt winds and bcu.
V. M. S. S. 1'crsla, oil roulo from
Sun Francisco, 8 p. m., Boptonibor 17.
i pr7 uilloa from Honolulu. Al well.
L'xpoct to aril mi ti p. m, Tuesday.
e eat e
C. nrcivur nnd Company iccclicd a
cable today announcing tho dcpaitiuo
of tho well known hark It. V, lllthct
from Han Francisco. Tiio vessel Is
leiHirtcd as coming down to tho Isl
ands, bringing tho usual largo and
varied caigo. As fnr as known tho
voshel hua mi pnHHctiKOia for (his, port,
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
The Honolulu Dairymen
are unable to supply ut
Alth enough freth cream
to give our customers a
standard 14 co Croam.
We refute to qivo our cut
tomere nn Ice Cream mado
of cold storage cream. We
me FPE8H milk and cream
to make our "FROZEN
8WEF.TS." If It It not
14, It it at leatt mado of
freth milk and cream.
IT 13 PURE, Try It to
DRUG CO., LTD.,
1024 FORT ST. Tel. 2364
TO CUT MELON
Hawaiian Agricultural company dl-
lectors have uddoi nnother t(i tho ill
icndy largo list of extra dividend an
nouncements made by various planta
tions. Hawaiian Agricultural niinouncea
extra dividends of (3 per share for thu
months of ti ptetuber, Oi toner, Novem
ber nnd December. Ill addition tn tho
regular II per month dividend. Tho
extras will bo p. lid nn the twentieth
of each month, with the regulars. Thli
will make I H 1.000 extra nnd JMt.000
regular paid during the year.
Thu market Krlay was a falling one,
with (ompurutlve'y few bids. WiiIiiIiih
was the principal vlutlm of tho decline,
going down to lill.ro on the board, llvn
i-h.ircs 'changing hands at these llg
n re j. Ilttn dropped an eighth nf a point
mid Oaltu n quarter. It was u slugglili
fllietllllir flip Him wjnk. with ,trfMi,et!i
of ii sluggish continuance. V
No city In the world hat
a more up-to-date and
more tanitary equipment
for the handling of milk
than hat thit aitociation.
Very few cltiet can boatt
of anything nearly at good.
We furnith good, pure
and abtolutely tafe milk.