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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, SEPT 21,1911.
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Th.it thfio s-iiiiiilil ono inandio knoirinl who had capacity
foi knowlod' o, tin , I call a lia- nly, -Cailylo,
BUSINESS MEN AND SANITATION;
"The men on the job" know what Honolulu needs to
place it in proper sanitary conuition. But iheir progress
must of necessity be slow, fearfully slow, if they do not
have the active support of the business men of the city and
the large taxpayers.
And business men don't know conditions.
That's what's the matter. The average man of Honolulu,
many of the men who arc simply bubbling over with a de
sire to do good, don't know the conditions that exist in some
of the most populous districts of the city. Members of the
Chamber of Commerce, members of the Merchants' Associa
tion don t know.
Their theory and practice' is to place these matters in the
hands of "responsible department heads" and commis
sions, "And we expect the man who represents the people
m the Government to do his work properly."'
So far so good.
When this man in the Government who is expected to rep
icsenUhc people and do the work properly goes as far as he
can with what he has. and then turns to the business man
and the large taxpayer with the statement that the situation
demands I he construction of streets, the laying of additional
sewers and the expenditure of hundreds of thousands of
dollars for simply the ordinary necessities of a fairly clean
city, then these business men go "up in the air." Fre
quently Ihoy retire into a state of disgusted indifference and
tell flic "men on the job" that they are theoretical dream
ers. The reason for this is that the business man and the large
taxpayer, the average man who docs things once in a
while, doesn't know. He has no conception of how much,
in what manner and in what direction this city has grown.
All are grossly ignorant on Honolulu's progress.
Men born and reared in Honolulu would he lost in some
sections of the city that they might have known well in for
mer days. Those who have been in the city long enough to
bn classed as kamaainas arc acquainted with conditions
that they have encountered in their beaten paths of busi
ness. Thai's about all. If they happened to be associated
with "clean-up day" they might have had their eyes opened.
When the common sense business men of this ciy see
conditions as they are, but one response is possible. Then
they must rcal'o that the health and sanitation officers of
the cily are doing wonders.
The need of 'he hour is that the people shall become
aroused to the lads so that reforms in drainage and the
opening up of new streets can be accomplished. Some
people cali it civic duty. Some class it as good community
business. Some think the moial phase of moving people
from crowded and insanitary quarters to dry areas where
sunlight can ger in, is the item of first importance.
Call it what you will, the members of the business organ
izations should take a more personal interest in the sewcr
less, streetless, improvemcntless sections of Honolulu with
in five minutes of the postofficc, tenanted by a good-sized
population, many of them possible sites for comfortable
homes and city beauty spots that arc now a menace and
headquarters for degradation and filth.
It may he remarked that the Board of Health and the
Sanitary Commission will attend to all this, and the business
men will ac when the question is passed up to them in prop
er form. That's the way to slight Ihe question. Unless the
business men see more of Honolulu they cannot possibly
unilei stand the terms in which the health officers and the
sanitation experts speak.
Each of the business organizations of the city has a
health and sanitation committee. We venture the state
ment that not more than one member of these committees
has visited the regions to which access is gained only
through obscure alleys, and which furnish today the great
est problems for the men who arc constantly at work striv
ing o save Honolulu from disasters resulting from lack of
The Bulletin would suggest that as a first move to
prove the good faith of the business men, and their honest
desire for knowledge, every member ol the sanitation com
mittees make application to the President of the Board of
Health for a trip through portions of the cily that furnish
the great problems ol the hour.
When these committeemen have made the trip wo feel
norlnln that they will recommend that their fellow members
of the Chamber of Commcrco and Murchnnls' Association
po over ho snmo ground.
After Iho courio fii suoliin Honolulu Is oomplolo, Ilia B u .
I o 1 1 n fins no dnu it nlionl thu nllilurio of Iho IioiiorIIv pro,
(liosslvo .)7ontj o (Jiji Jown,
Voluble Witness Followed By
Tiny Roy Who Will Not
Tell WhatJHc Saw.
A 'inr.ll iln'il nlMiwIPil Hio wills
of justice I iiiV morning In the case
In wlncli Chan lie ll:ii Is being tiled
l"r the niiinlcr of a mull or Ki-miii,
Klin rung Seng, lii-fun- Ii'iIro llcmy
II. Cnnitr in tin- Jilinlnil c(iiit t.
llufi Ni'tn Instilled toila about r.cn
l.l r-miinu nf Ilio Hull! ur.tl ill) n pin
1Iinlti.il - (all which Iho deceased r
ilM'il mill which Iho ill fi-tidiiiil'i r.t
Ininojg mo Imping In h v lilt, nil t lu-li
o:i--c mi. Hiiro was a li.ippy sort nf
gentleman ;niil nlsn a uilit'ihlo niu-.
lit answnn-d ills Uost Ioiih like an
encyclopedia, brandling on lulu nil
In- villous details Hint might lio
biouubt up liy any one nuesllon with
out I hi- rIIkIiIoH ciuostlonlng.
From what nc said this inclining It
appears tint Idiro wns Jutt doing u
lew pii-llinlnary Rtepi In Iho shelter
of his nun lious.0 In preparedness loi
a dance that was to do huh Hut
night. H.ulng wound hliusoll up ho
Hc-P'k-iI ncinss In talk to some ol Iho
bn)!' aliil Haw deceased stall til go up
point- r.lups Inlo a home. Then a Ko
iciii wealing Kinases, and who has
fine ocs stopped out anil hi-hl I hi:
dnniwav at the same I tint- pushing
poor Kims out onto llu hard colli
ground In-low . Ills head hi: Iho em 111
and for Ilio time being II seemed thai
ho wus p.m.
Ho was Ivlnu there for something
iiiuli'i' an limn, said Unfii this niorii
lii'i litil as In anything moio nrciil
ate Hum that ho would not ti-HlUy.
Then iwo rilliiliins picked him up mid
helped him hut In his own house.
Dolond.iiit was ruining low mils thin
plat'o as Unfit was going away and
Hint Is the last ho saw of It iinlll Lit
cr In Ilio owning as lio wen led his
wnv tmrmilR Ihe halls of Tciphhcmn
wlu-ie the rest of Hie lioya wcio Hip
ping the light runt-isllc
On his way hack ho saw; the do-lt-iiilaiit
and deceased 111 a loom with
:i lighted lnuip. Tills was as he p.iss
ci! liy towaids Ills own homo. Ar
llvlng there ho n.it on a ploee of wood
and thought of all Iho f.ilr Koic.ui'
lie had neen at Iho danco lint night
I'ufiiitunately Iho inosipiiloeH lilted
Kufo lietler th.in he IlkOil them, liow
iwor, and at last they ilnno him
away. As ho was taking a walk In
ilodgo Ihoni ho saw deceased and Iho
defemlaiit lighting In Iho doorway.
The lamp w:ih nut hut ho ronl, son
It all 111 Iho moonlight and If they
wen- fighting In tho in.iiiner Kufu
flinwed Iho coiiit lids' morning tlie
must certainly hacv lieeu going
Child l.i Stubborn.
Attorney Uiriln Andiews halng
extracted all Ilio Inrmmatlou out of
Kufo, l'lancesea Yiiioug wan placed
on tho stand. She Is a small child
and told Attorney Calhearl all aliimt
what she saw- until the time she glow
Ion rilghtene,! ami ran away.
Willi her was her little lirollicr,
Naiclsco Yiirnng. Sonietlilng was Iho
mailer with Xnrclsco this moiiilug,
linweer, or eli-o ho was filglitened
for after being cry shy for a tinio
he suildeiily grew stubborn and would
not answer nnlhlng.
He Is only a little chap whoso head
hardly comes lo Iho lop of the rail
ing nr d Iho wltncises chair hut bo
had the whole court going. Attorney
Callrcart l.oiiln Andrews, tho Inter
pieter, Ilany I.ako and tho whole
bunch weie hanging .on Iho words
Unit wen- in fall fioiu Nniolsco'B lips
but which did not.
Dually tho matter was adjourned
until Monday morning at half past
eight o'clock and Hie jmy weio dis
missed until that time.
Kiipi-rliitinilcnt of Public WuiI.h
Mm Mon ('unipbi'll tn a busy man this
nun iiiiin, signing away thousands of
dollars from the loan fund.
All Ilio (iiiilinctH that hao been let
for the work In cuimi ctlou with tho
MlWll- CXllllhlllllH Wilt- Hpll'llll nut nil
bis ili-lv mill In- went iimt tlicm mid
llu.illv kIkiiiiI Ilio ImiikIi.
TliiH nii-aiiH that by the tiiuu the ma
ll I lal foi Hii'mi nrrlM'H mill Is placed on
Hie noil., tin- nihil- cuiitrnitK will Iiiiui
'ii lit mid Hint all tin- wink can stmt
In at mire, lie hnpt'H that Ibis will
bi lii'twisn tlin iiiiddln and the end nf
in xt month dine cms) thing Is hi-I-
Hi-il, Hun llii- work will Im riishid
IIiiuiikIi iiiitil li is (iiiiipli.i-i, mid two
nl tin mil Hi illxlllith in tin- town will
In- iiiiiiii-i lid tin Willi Iho sewer.
N'nifnlk naval cIitIhh hem lh.it Iho
ciinlnlii nr Ihe billliishlp Del.iwme
w'lll ho iiHlied In I'vplalu why shells
Inli'iMli-il fnr tlin IiiikhI ship H hi .Mm -i
os Klriirl; Hum- Ihn lep;ili' ship I'an
Him, nlili Sun Hipp alumni.
iini mii'hioiih nri- iuuIiik ihn War
llHlllllt i ilUllll-H (llhllrlH rm
ili i-liiil dlnulilllH' rullinr limn H in
I'Utill lllvlll lll
Lnrut lot on corner. Sie It 170 (tit I I
liy ZOG feet. j
; For Sale at $4500 '
Drautiful marlni vlovv) good neigh
horhood. Adjoins Neigbhorliood tennis I
j Trent Trust Co., j
I LIMITED '
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on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy anil sell Stock and
Bomb, nncl make investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. vr. RHAi.i. lit: 1'i.i:asi:i) to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Look to your; business Interests "and
We give an Individuality to copies
of old DAGUERREOTYPES, which
makes them doubly Interesting.
Office open week days from 7 a. m. to
5:30 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 10 a. m.,
and until 11 p. m. every day
for ships' messages
BIDS ON KAUAI
A Crate- of 8ix Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply lcavo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Futko Express Company)
21S5 cilllorlnl rooms 225G
business iifllcc These are the tele
phone iiuiiilierH uf the II ill let In.
Illds were opened esiorday In con
nection wllh the llnmipupo bridge on
Kauai. No otllclal Intimation has been
received no far liv Iho Kupoilnlendelit
of Public Woiks, Marstou Cninp'ooll,
but fiuiu a private message received
III town It is belleed that tho win
ning money Ih $IL',O0U.
Tho bid of Contractor Whltclinuso
Is also believed to bo tho second on
the winning list. No dellnlto Infor
mation has so fur come through however.
Hupeilntriiilcnt of Public Instruction'
Willis T Pope and .Marstim Campbell
bnvn been In ciuisultntlnu during tlin
Lot few days In lonili otlon with the
nuw buildings fnr the Hoys' Industrial
.Sihnol, mid han now iirrangcd n
scheme for placing them.
Under Hie lb st luiigh plan that was
Hindi-, Ho- bakery, laundry and kitchen
Wiru !u be Just iibingslde one of tho
main buildings, but under Iho new- plan
they will tie siparatid.
The limine house Is lo bo put across
the road mid the buildings that use
any pumr will be grouped nrnunil It.
Ill this way Hiiro will bo u Brent sav
ing, as the steniii fur scalding the pol
(im be usid afterwards for Hie laundry
and thus mean a big snve, other ar
rangements In grouping have been ur-
rlwd at, and It Is thought that when
the whole sehi-mu Is cuiuplitu It will
n along rial up-to-date lines.
Tim buys are to bo taught nil about
tho various trades that will bo called
Inlo reiiulslHiui during tho time Hi"
building Is being completed. A fore
man and two or three men wilt bo sent
nut mid they will bo given the boys to
work fur theni. Tho latter uru tu be
divided into llueo clusses, one nt which
Will be Inside lit school while the oth
ers lire to be either nt work on thu
cuiicietlng nr cxcnviitlug. Ill this way
l Is thought thu boys will guln much
useful Information In connection with
the various phuves uf building.
.Mr. Pupe Is planning tu try and
make tho Institution us much like the
lip-tu'dute lines on the Coast lis Is
possible U.111I Is going over nil the data
bn picked up during bis recent visit.
I'roni this he Intuiils to take mniiy
tlilngs, such us the method of milking
out reports ns to tho boys' work, etc.
lie will iilso try and Introduce tho
iiHtliud In Miguc nt tho Wldtller homo
Knell boy Is placed ulnngilde a look
ing glais willed rcllccts Ills side view.
The picture Is then taken, giving both
fiont and side views on the mm plate
When n boy runs nwny 11 cut Is made
from the plate and postcards urc print
(d and sent around. In this way It Is
almost linposslblo for the liny tu get
M-ry fur. Tho difference between tho
fiont and side views Is startling In
ninny enses and Is more pronounced
Hirnugli seeing them butli tugetder 111
Hie nne picture. .Mr. l'upo has una of
n nlee-lnukliig llltln buy In the front
lew-, but wnen the side view Is seen n
crlmlnnl-lunklng face Is shown.
Weoklr HolUtls tl f r rwr
"I'll, what's 11 triolet?" "Don't jou
study botany, son?" "Yes, pa." "Then
look It up In jour glossary of bntanl
cal tei ms "
While I Into you any trouble In
making both ends meet? (Ircen Not
11 bit. Tho end of my money anil the
end of the week ahvuH come at Iho
"A10 jour neighbors gossipy?'
asked Hillings. "Sumo nf them must
lie," nnawered (IIIHugH, "Judging by
Ihe amount uf Information about them
thiil my wlfo reports to me."
Hubby Wo must ho econninlciil.
Wire Why? Hubby If I should dlo
I wouldn't be able to leave you much.
Wire That's right. Whereas, while
jou'ie allw, you leao 1110 most of tdo
The leading homo-builders are buvlng their homestead
lots In the suburbs. There are reason why health, main
ly; then more beautiful surroundings! then more room
nbout tho house and no more of that "cooped-up" feeling
that comes with llvng In the trickly-settled parts of town.
Wo aro offering lots In tho land 0' PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half aero up to any sire you may suggest,
and ranging in price from $1300.00 up acceding to the
mo of Hie lot you may select,
Theso lots havo all Hie advantages of a downtown lo
ration, with the added features of n lower temperature,
beautiful view, best of neighbors and no unsightly part of
the city to travel tliraund on your way lo and fro,
TOLLOW THC LCAOCnni and secure a piece ol prop,
rrly that is steadily advancing In value and at the same
time giving you nil opportunity of llvoiu ill Ilia hut part
ol Hie cily,
Le us show yon Hint Ibis is Hue,
Wireless calls liy .lack Sheet, a
Philadelphia schoolboy, whllo ho was
lashed to tho rigging of tho fI earner
Lexington ns she went ashore on tho
Smith Caiullna const, btiHinht about
tho icscuo of her iKissongors.
Miss Kiinlco Murphy of Independ
ence, Miss., arrived at Valentine, Neb.
lo stand tiln! 011 the charge of having
Incited tho niurdor of her lover,
f'harles T. Sellcis, who was hanged
hy four men who aro in Jail.
Copper - Plate
Excels iti Correct
ness of Design and
II. F. WICIIMAN & CO.
Have You Tried
If hot, try it today
andyou will here
after patronize our
use no cold storage
cream. It s made
of pure, FRESH
cream and milk.
All pure fruit
Drug Co., Ltd.
1024' PORT 8T. Tel. 2364
HONOLULU CO.'S OIL
WELL HARD TO CONTROL
Trading In oil scciirlllcn yesterday
wnn confined to a few of tho leading
securities. I'remlcr sold at 4f cents
und S. V. &. 11 nt 21 cents. Associat
ed Oil was $17 hid. Palmer Jl.'-'.'. bid
and Caribou SI Lid.
Tho Ilonuliilii Oil Company hnn
big now well on ltd propcity noar Fel
low:.. Tho well caino In last Salur
dny ntiH has since been sismtiug
about 8,000 barrels dally. The depth
Is 3,200 feet, and the oil Is nt high
The well Is on section SI, 31-23. So
fnr efforts to contiol It hao been
without avail. Thcio is so much gas
(.ml sprny mid Iho well Is so close
to the rallin.nl trains iru not run In
the end uf tho track for fcur of set
ting the well on lire fioni the locomo
tives. The Continental will complete Its
number two well In about two weel.s,
nflcr which II will do no 11101 e de
olnpnient work In the Immediate fu
ture. The completion of number two
will gtvo Hie company three pi minc
ing wells. San Francisco Kxauilncr.
No city in the world has
more up-to-date and
mora sanitary equipment
for t.ie handling of milk
than lias this association.
Very few cities can boast
of anything nearly as good.
We furnish good, pure
and absolutely safe milk.
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