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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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ir-l i UcHtorlul Rooms,
1 lButfine88 Office,
The nnlj (.illh lli.il wears Mill :iml
Imlils ll color In nil weathers It Hint
whllll Is n nil II if IHM Iclliill mill set
with Ihr sham mordant of expcrl
i lire Lowell.
Opium smuggling as a pastime Iiiih
gone out of fashion Smith. evi
dently thought Ihr Inn ii would bo as
easy us (lie Pacific Coast ports appear
If It Is sure tiling lnestiiients jou
.lire looking for, there Is no ilinilit
Hint (ho uctlvltles of (he Keilernl gov
ernment guarantee tho value of teal
estate on this Island.
Ileport has It Mini (he scandal tun
ncrteil with her marriage to Col. As
lor inaite Miss Knreo siek. If she was
the mil one, the whole affair could
he easily forgotten.
They are not making the paco
across the continent so rapid that the
advertising nliin of the llfly thoil
sand dollar prlro will bo lost to Wil
liam liundolph Hearst.
(!ood natiiiedty organised and ag
giesslvcly managed, (ho Commercial
club of Honolulu can lie made one of
the most effective powers for prog
less In bo had In this clly.
That was a bravo deed by Conduct
or Ilnnnn, mid It Is no discredit to
, express Hie belief (hat ho Is not the
only nun no the force ready to risk Ills
life to save others In danger.
They arc working out ripial rigliln
for women down In North Carolina
by pulling die women prisoners In
stripes and sending them out nu the
rock pile This would be unpopular
In New York.
Governor Krear Iiiib at least es
caped from (he County of Hawaii
without being mobbed, so (ho bark of
I omo of his frb-nds oer (lioro Is
vvorso (ban their Idle, or they didn't
see him coming.
It must bo that the statu of the
sugar slock maiket Is an expression
of regret on the part of the people.
of Hawaii, that the. high price of sug
ar should have come at a time when
the tariff Is to be under discussion
I)y continuing the light for tho mis
pension of the coastwlso shipping
laws, Hawaii Is making much moro
illlllcult Ihn work of Its friends In
Congiess who will defend the Islands
against tho assault to bo mndo on the
Klnt practice with tho big guns at
Kurt linger proves that tho enemy
approaching within rango of that de
fense Is certain lo meet with disaster.
The perfection of tho aihrnltnr Idea
needs only completion of tho defcnalvo
cli do for tills Island.
Onu hundred anil llflyi lawyers held
In Itussla for complicity with tho
death of Premier Stolypln, ami an
other taking to tho woods to escape
Iho court in ton Angeles nro re
iiiiudiiiH tli.it tho profession Is bound
In conio In Its own snmo day.
Keep tho lown lii sanitary condition
always. Hut don't tuko tho season
whin a largo number of gnosis will
arrive nt tho port, lo stir up an un
necessary seme. Honolulu Is In bet-
First Hoarder Smith must bo be
hind III his board
Knoiiil lloaider What makes jou
I'll nt Hunt dor I until o bo's had Ihn
neck of Iho rhlikeil lor Iho last Unco
"Do oi hnvo oralury In iniir rum
luilHimT" "rlnlilo," iiiled lm' li!ll'ul 'InuH
Mum uiitiuli u mmlilu lliu miiiu
rutted PI Hie 1'mtorhce tt Honolulu
m cinthl-clM nutter
SEPTEMBER 19, 1911
(or s.iiiltno condition (Iihii ever :iiiiI
ii kchhI force Is nt work lo make It
better .lolti the helpers, mid thus sll
eiiee the knockcts.
President Taft Is making a record
breaking trip In his present lour
about (ho country. The most Inter
esting part of It lo the people, of Ha
waii Is (hat those supposed lo know,
declare that this speech-making tour
Is not a part of the contest for re-
nomination. It Is meicly tho opening
gun of tho campaign for reelection.
Well done Maine! That was n
small margin, but it will save Iho
Hepubllcaii pally ftom continuous de
feat for Iho next twoiity-llvo jo.irs,
llaing voted Prohibition out of the
i (institution, the eonrervntlvc people
of Maine will piobably (urn lo the
supporters of Prohibition lo enact the
strict laws for proper control of tho,
It Is not surpilsing lo hear lliat
Ihn school houses of tho city and Ter
ritory are crowded lo the doors. Of
course they aro. Tho population Is
steadily liici easing mid throwing ad
ditional responsibilities on tho clll
7ens who stand for Intelligent Amer
ican progress. IjihI jour theio wero
no teachers for the children. Now
that tho teachers are provided, tho
school houses are not Inrgu enough.
There Is jusl one thing to do. I'io-
vlilo the school houses nml u largo
share of that responsibility Is upon
That seemed a most extraordinary
slliiallon which Judge Cooper faced iu,
the Circuit Court Monday, mid a nnr-
mw escape from placing n llnal olll
cliil seal on giavo Injustice. Tho
.ludgu did right In taking radical
steps to assure that full Justice
should be done. It was tho lato Judge
llstce who said thai he hoped to Im
press Iho people with tho fact that
American law Is common Justice.
Judge Coocr amplllled mid llliimln
aled Ibis sentiment when ho delved
Into Hie fuels of a case, moro thor
oughly, apparently, than tho ntlorney
for the defense. The Incident shows
what a terrible Injuiy nuiy be done a
person In n court of Justice, and even
under the Jury sjslem wheio all the
faels aro supposed to bo presented
and common sense conclusions drawn.
A WORD TO A SUPERVISOR.
Isn't It about (lino that Supervisor
Murray came (o n realization thai he
Is supposed to represent something
besides Iho combative element of tho
When n man enters public life Ids
general conduct oulsldo his olllclal
duties becomes overj body's business,
whereas when remaining a private
citizen, It Is no one's but his own.
Murray and his associates went In
to olllco as mi expression of the
community demand for Improvement
They hnvo bucked up against a hard
pioposlllon because of some of tho left
oveis of the former Hoard. Hut that
Is no excuse for, and In fact It fur
nlshes a strong reason why members
of this Hoard should not In private or
public capacity "get u Uranlumi
aboard" about unco In so often.
Tho It u 1 1 ii 1 1 n Is slow, too slow
borne peoplo think, to pick up Iho
peculiar acts of public men when Iho
who vole our way to givu somu sort
of mi (ixcuso for II "
Mrs. Hen. having norfoiiuod
nviipniimu function, took it ciiustll
tlonnl mound Iho yaid Iteluiuliiu
her mint Mho Iniiml It empty mid
"Willi!' tho tumble, iiiu'iiiii?" uxki
"ll'n lillKjlly hlllliy," slip Kriljllhir
"Ibnl I Mil lioVi'l' llml UiliiM wiit-le
mood Is to celebrate. Hut there's a
Tho (1st light of Saturday night In
which .Murray Indulged was us dis
graceful us It was unnecessary and
unpremeditated by tho principals. If
olio of the men wore not a clly oftl
clnl It would ho "nobody'B business."
Ah ho Is, It becomes cvor body's bus
iness. If Supervisor Murray has imy re
gard for tho majority voters who put
him In olllco mid who have snmo Idea
of proper behavior, he will tako a long
step to n high perch on tJio water-
wagon, ami stay there an long us ho
Is In public life.
Ilnwall has been impiessed of Into
jenrs with the necessity for conserv
ing the artesian water supply mid
with this pmposo In mind has as
sembled data concerning the sourco
of supply mid dependability of tho
artesian basins. Tho general opinion
Is, that water from the nilcslan sys
tem will hold out as long as rainfall
continues in tho higher levels. Tho
wells thiougtiout the Inlands rise and
full following excessive rains and
In this respect these Islaudii aro
particularly fortunate, moro so Indeed
than Australia where the artesian sys
tem has recently been studied by a
leading geologist of Glasgow Univers
ity. According to tho conclusions of tilts
cxicrt, Prof. J. W. (Ircgory, Austra
lia's artesian waters arc contained in
basins that nro not replenished reg
ularly and may be drained dry.
The professor estimates tho area
overling tho deep-seated souiccs of
vvnler supply at about fiSO.OOO sipiarc
miles, embracing moro than half of
(Jueenslnnd, the northwestern part of
New South Wales, and tho northeast
ern corner of South Australia.
Within this area ho believes that
tho origin of tliu subterranean water
may ho attributed lo three main
sources: (I) plulonlc water which
lias risen fioin below; (2) lcsldual
water deposited In tho beds at the
time of their formation; mid CI) some
rainfall which percolated lain tho
sandstone at an earlier geological
As a result of further Investiga
tions, ho has arrived at tho conclusion
that there Is no evidence of any ap
preciable replenishment by contem
porary rainfall of tho Mowing wells
which have becirallovvcd to run con
tinuously on Iho ground on their be
ing replenished bv percolation, ex
cept perhaps In tho enso of those
near the gulf of Carpentaria.
Ho has thus been continued In his
opposition (o (ho theory (hat rainfall
Is perpetually making good (ho wasto
of wnlcr for tho flowing wells, and
ho claims that all tho available evi
dence tends to show that his warning
of a diminished How, if Hie waste were
allowed to continue, Is now being Jus
tified. It Is true Hint even If Ilia
water ceased to How It could bo raised
In a moro limited ipianllty to tho sur
face artlllrlally, but the greater the
present waste, tho professor main
tains, Iho sooner will It bo necessary
to Incur Ilia cost of pumping to ob
tain a supply.
Therefore, presumably, Australia,
which uses lis government for prac
tical purposes will soon bo passing
laws flamed with a vlovv to conserv
ing the water supply of that country.
Hawaii's subterranean water appears
to bo unlimited hut with tho Increas.
lug demands mailo upon It, the lime
cannot bo far distant when regula
tion of tho drafts mndo upon tho ar
(eslnn basins will bo accepted as a
NEW OIL SPRAY
Chairman Samuel Dwlght of Iho
clly nml county load rommlttoo will
riiuiu hefoio tho boaid of supervisor.)
at Iho logular mooting this evening
with the recommendation (hat City
and County Kiiglueer (lorn bo nulli
orlzcd to pin chase a Ward Oil Spray
ing device, to cost the iiiuuiclpall'y
$850 at Han Kranclsco.
It Is estimated lliat mi nddlllomil
fifty dollars will bo required I" land
the machine at Honolulu.
Chaliiiian Dwlght In his iesut to
bo submitted beforo Iho lionnl stales
Hint tho miirhliio Is believed essenllal
to tho carrying out of tho present
nggiesslvo i ouil policy. Ho predlclH
that with Die linpioved appaiiilus for
Ihn pmper spraying or oil mi clly mnl
roiiuty roads, thai belter work run
bo ilono nml In iniieli less lime Hum
vvllli tho iuo of ihn autbinitoi uppll-
IIIICOK DOW Hill pOMhl of Ihn
I'liiiltimin HmIuIii will have nu n
puti iipiiii I tit iniilli'i' uf ihn iliy urn
1'iiunly nlliiiiiUliliiK Imiil ImliHtKlmi
In lliu l,iia iwlutn.
Large lot on corner. 8ln It 175 fitt I
by 206 feet. t
For Sale at $4500 !
1 Beautiful marine view) good neigh-
horliood. Adjoint Neighborhood tennlt '
' court. I
' i M
Trent Trust Co., '
on lilted ttockt or on Improved
We buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trutt Securi
ties. WIS SHALL UK I'l.KASMl TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate ol Six Selected Plnei or
Large Bunch of Bananai
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Farco Kxpress Company)
MAIMS SELF TO QUIT ARMY
OMAHA. Nel. Rept 5 Charged
Willi deliberately and willfully cutting
olf tho Index linger of his right band
Willi an axe. In order that be might
be Incapacitated from duty, Private
Waller J. JInrse, Company II, .Signal
Cnrpx, U S A., will bo court-martialed
at Kurt Crook.
It Is alleged that Morse emploed
this unusual means lo secure his tils
iharge from the nervier.
A boom has been started In Boston
lo send John L. .Sullivan, the ex
cbiiiuploii pugilist, to the Massachu
The leading bomebuildors aro buying their homestead
lott In the tuburbt. There are reatoni why health, main
ly; then more beautiful surroundings! then moro room
about the house and no more of that "cooped-up" feeling
that comet with livng in tho tricklytettled parts of town.
We are offering hit in tho land o' PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half acre up to any tiie you may tuggett,
and ranging In price from $1300.00 up according to the
tiie of the lot you may select.
These lott have all the advantages of a downtown lo
cation, with the added features of a lower temperature,
beautiful view, bett of neighbors and no unsightly part of
the city to travel through on your way to and fro.
FOLLOW THE LADCflSt and secure a piece of prop,
crty that It steadily advancing in value and at the tame
lime giving you an oiportunlly of living in the bett part
pf the city,
Let lit ihow you that this Is true,
it It that we do the bett developing
and printing? We use
Care & Cyko Paper
The office hourt of the
are from 7 a. m. to Si 30 p. m. on week
dayt and on 8undaya from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for thlpt
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
E. 0. WHITE GIVES
DETAILS OF FIS
Editor I! von I tig II ill let In: 1
believe It Is but fa'r lo belli my son and
myself that the actual facts of tho at
tack by Hupirvlfr .Murray on my son.
Clifford t Willie, "hniilil be known to
ill who have iniv Interest III tho mat
ter, as the short accounts piibllibed In
the II II I let I n last evening mid III
the 1. '. A Ibis morning would leave
Ihn Impression that It wns either
(iiiisrd by feellns over tho boat races
or, f l mil the ineiit'on of Cllltha'.s Alley,
that It was the result of too iniiih
celebration after Iho races.
The facts are that C. !'. White, with
Mr. Henry (llles nml Mr. I'rcd Wilght,
went to Iho Union drill for dinner last
Saturday evening, and, after finishing,
were going up lo the counter to pay
their Uiecks, vvh-n Mr. Murray, who
was at a table with several of his
friends, called to Mr. White, who nt
men went over lo see what he wished,
wheieupoii Mr Murray started In to
abuse me lo my son In language that
was not only foiclble, but unprintable.
My son naturally resented the charges
mid replied with spirit, and after some
words thy, groups moved nut through
the sldo door Into the nlley, where Mr.
Murray without varnlng struck n blow
Hint knocked my son down, nml nu
merous witnesses slate that bo then
struck several mofc blows while my son
lay on the stone pavement
That he resented this nssnult mid on
gelling up defended himself seems to
be the natural ctirxe that most any
young man would have taken.
At no time In Hie past has my son
had any winds or dealings with Mr.
Murray, nor had he that evening es
pecially noticed I'nt Mr. Murray was
even present unMI he was called by
til tn to his table, seemingly for tho de
liberate purpose of abusing me nnd
making trouble. K. O. WHITi:.
Honolulu, September 19, 1011.
(Continued from Pag 1)
Then 11 took u good deal of tlmo to
maiiciivtr hroGiul off Diamond Head
gelling the first target anchored mid
towing the second away into Iho wa
ters Folcclcd for tho movlug-targel
prmtlsv. After tho tug nnd targets
were In proper place, there was a wait
of ten iiiluutis or more while tho guns
vveie being adjusted and the necessary
Hy tills tlmo tho gun-pits and Iho
slope b.icli of them were lilted with
teople. A large ddachinent of towns
folk were out lo eo the novel sight
nnd bear the noise and a company of
marines from Camp Very bad marched
up and was scattered around Iho bat-!
dually the first gun, vvllli Lieuten
ant l'rlce In charge of the gun crew.
was made ready, Iho big projectile shot
home, the muzzle of the gun elevated
almost at right angles vvllli Ihn earth,
an artilleryman pulled the lanyard that
llred Hie shot, and the big gun boomed
out. Nobody with tho possible excep
tion of a few of the olllcers saw tho
shot, I tut ever) body heard (be dctnnu
t Ion. although ev(r.vbody hid hands to
ears. This was '.ho llrst of Iho trial
shots, and the other Ihreo followed,
with considerable walls between, for
plenty of time Is given the gun crews
III these trials. Following Hie trial
shots Iho ten shots ut tho moving tar
get vviro llred.
Among those who went out to seo
Iho llrst big gun practise were tlrlc.
rieu M M Maco.nb, comnimidlng the
District of Hawaii; his staff, Major
Neville of tile Murine Corps mid other
Mm bin C'oips olllcers; u number fioin
Kurt HlinfUr, Congressman Kabn of
California, Ailing Governor 1'. A. Molt
Smith, the three Judges of the Hawaii
Territorial Kupruno Couit, Judge W
L. Whitney of Iho Circuit Court, H. M
I Kill U T l'eck. Itev. V 1). Wes-
lervill, Charles K Wood of l'hllailel
phia, A II. Donderu, J. It. Unit and
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Liberal Installment Peymnnts
The Honolulu Dairymen
are unable to supply ut
a I Hi enough fresh cream
to give our customers a
tUndnrd 14 Ice Cream.
We rcfuso to givo our cus
tomers an Ice Cream made
of cold atorage cream. We
use FPE8H milk and cream
to make our "FROZEN
SWEF.TS." If It it not
147, it It at least mado of
fresh milk and cream.
IT l PURE. Try II to
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TO FULFILL VOW, AGED
MAN SACRIFICES BEARD
8AYI1UOOK, Conn., September 2
Stepping Into a barber shop hero to
day Joseph Pendleton, 91 years old,
whoso face tho oldest inhabitant doen
not recollect having seen, for the
reason that it lias always been hidden
by whiskers of luxuriant growth, seat
ed himself In n chair nnd said:
"Take 'cm olf!"
Tho barber, surprised, hesitated, but
Pendleton repeated the coniniaiul, nay
Ing: "I hnvo kept my vow. The bildgo
In his boyhood Pendleton vowed
never In let rn7or or shears touch lilti
faro until a bridge wns built over tho
Connecticut river, opposite his homo.
This week tho old Lyme bridge, which
exactly niectH Pendleton's rociulro
ments, wns dedicated and thrown open
to tho public after an expenditure of
nearly $1,niM,onii for construction.
Intor-lsland and O. It. & L. Shipping
books for nale at the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
nfllcfl. filio nach
No city in the world hat
4 more up-to-date and
more aanltary equipment
for tne handling of milk
than bat this association.
Very few citiet can boast
of anything nearly at good.
We furnish good, pure
and absolutely safe milk.
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