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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca 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. Fakkinoi'on, - Em i ok
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SEPTEMBER 22, 1911
So hUli as a tree aspiics to mow, so high will it find an
itfinospheio miled to it. Tho roan.
HONOLULU ANDJIIE FLEliT.
Heretofore the people of Honolulu have waited respectful
ly and with exceptional deference on the orders of the Navy
Department for the coming or going ot any particular fleet of
warships at this port.
If Honolulu has shown any signs of bcinq interested in
"getting the fleet," someone has immediately arisen and an
nounced that it is bad taste for our people to be so mercen
ary; "because they only want the fleet to make money out of
the men." Whereupon those who have dared to believe that
a special effort to press Honolulu's invitation would be ben
eficial for all concerned, have crawled into their holes and
apologized for existing.
Since the experience of the last few weeks, we believe that
the people of Honolulu will be excessively silly if they do not
take steps to obtain a definite assurance that the Pacific
fleet will come to this port this Fall, and make the assur
ance doubly sure by having -the date of departure from the
Coast set beyond reasonable doubt.
Honolulu can present the soundest possible arguments for
the coming of these warships.
It is good national business and a naval educational ne
cessity lor the Pacific fleet to cruise in these waters.
That should be sufficient.
But since our fellow citizens on the Coast have set the
pace on the mercantile and civic uses of the nation's naval
equipment, Honolulu has stronger claims on this score than
any port on the Pacific Coast. It is Honolulu's turn, and so
far as we are informed it has never been the rule among the
successfully governed nations of the world, to create a great
naval base and keep the officeis and men of the war fleets as
far away from it as possible.
Since local enterprise and solicitation enters into the mat
ter, we believe it is now timely that the civic bodies of Ho
nolulu take an active interest in the orders for the fleet.
Iltvini; h fused what sho asked roi, i fciro making up his mind tm tho np
( an ill i knnvvs wli.it she tan do polntinctits that will lie limilo during
Tim ltfusnl mm comes In such n man
ner that It may bo ncccitcil !y many
as a. uliurr.
If, as pectus possible, (ho political
manipulation ot tho campaign was
such that tho peoplo tit Canada
tluniKlit they were. vntltiR for or
iiKitliwt annexation, wo cannot rail (o
(.otiKinlnlato Ibcni on the result Tho
Amerkan people me cntlicly In syni
pithy with them on tint point. And
the men ncrnas thu bonier will vvako
up to Had that they luo svvuttiil ii
Ihc effect 111 tho United Slates will
bo till, so fur its It Influences any na
tional policies or dtcldcs tho falo of
an) of our public linn
HavliiK llnulty brought the vvholo
reciprocity question to n show down.
It will remain settled for the next
11 ft j cars. It Is finished for mora
lb in n generation. A few people will
make fun of Mr. Tatt for having gone
to so much trouble and got such cold
comfort from those bo thought wcro
The Incident Is closed and will bo
ipilckl) forgotten unless tho enemies
of the arbitration t nutlet tan miiKo
fools of tlio American people, by lead
Ing Ihem to believe that arbitration
should be defeated In retaliation
Hurt Is not the sllhtcht doubt that
the moid of SuporvNors thus far has
in ido the r rail popular
the situation Is getting serious
Anotliei rise u Hie pikn of sugar
mid tho limitations on sugar blocks
are likely to cntlrtlj fado .ivviij
1 lie in in who talks of Improving
the government h) e banging the form
is a quitter He Is too lnr to take
a personal Interest In politics at the
right time Don't bo n quitter.
Among other arguments Honolulu
lould ailvaiKo for assuring tho prcs-
Liico of tho Itect during thu holidays'
Ik that tho men aio entitled to bo lo
cated where tbej can enjoy a merrj
Del.ij In thu i inning of the 1'acUlc
III ft will give out buslntss men
plenty of time to mako n tour
or Honolulu with tho health olll
teis and thus become fully acquaint
id with what Is needed to mako this
n falily Mifo and s.uillaiy city
thu next session of Congress.
'Iheso peoplo who want, to do iivvn)
with niuuiclpil government luivo as a
substitute and sample of bow things
should be done, tho icm.iiknblo speed
with vvlileh thu Territorial Public
Works Department Is Improving the
.luillelar.v building, milking expensive
mistakes on tho Hula pipe Hue and
tontliiu.i talking, talking, talking
a uiiicliiiiiiii of words with the mini
mum of Jesuits.
PAVING FIGHT IS
Largo lot on corner,
by 206 feet.
Slio It 175 feet
For Sale at $4500
Beautiful marlm view) good neigh
borhood. Adjoins Neighborhood tennis
Trent Trust Co.,
(Continued from Pag 1)
on r-rorel at tho tlty ball with thu
lowest bid, followed b John II II-
smi, who guarantee s to lay a Callfornli
stand ird bltiillthlu pavement at a tig-
u re but little In excess of the l.nrd-
minr estimate Thu Honolulu lillu-
llthlc l'livemi nt Company, represented
by Jim- tillinun which concern I lid tho
lino block on Tort street during the lat
ter part of tho rclgu of tho old boirel.
collies forward with the third and list
Id at J1.S5 a squaru J aril on a con
crete base at JS a culile jaril, anil
agrees to complete tho Job In fourteen
Rivals Offer No Guarantee.
Due me niber of the road committee
slated this morning that the local bltti
llthlc people were the only concern to
Kiiiraiilee thu 'llfo' of their pavement
for CJiion street It Is claimed that
tho bltullthlc company will back up tho
pavement for n term of live cnrs. Wil
son ami his supporters In tho paving
business decl iro that the) havo a pivn-
iicat that has proved n pronounced
success on tlio Co ist, vvliere 11 is ex
tmslvcl) used Tho Wilson figure rt
called for asphalt pavement at u cost
f $1 SI a square jnril on a enncreto
base at $11! 90 n cubic aril, and to ho
completed I nslxty ilas
Another supervisor, not a member of
tho rind committee-, said tod ly that he
had hoard that the iAird-Young com
Pius's bid l to bo thrown out as not
tinning up to specifications.
At any rate, prospects seem good for
some llvel) doings In tho paving lino
here King street will probably bo
next for paving, with tho supervisors
aire nl on record, If whit they say h
illicit tl lo, In favor of hltulithlc
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell 8tocks and
Bonds, and mako investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHAM. Hi: I'l.HASnD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Look to your business interests and
We give an Individuality to eoples
of old DAGUERREOTYPES, which
makes them doubly Interesting.
PINEAPPLESI BANANAS! I
A Crate of 8ix Selected Pines or a
Larg Bunch of Bananas
Simply Icavo your order wo do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fareo Express Company)
Olfico open week daya from 7 a. m. to
5t30 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 10 a. m.,
and until 11 p. m. every day
for ships' messages
if thu iieord In tlio Piuslilcut's of
ficii shows that (lovernoi I'nar lias
Iriiileiid his resignation onee iliiiiug
liU term of olllie, ami tho President
li spondee! that tho (iovcruor lould do
na he lllcid but such a blip would bu
wry foolish, t lie i u may bu some truth
in tlio Hlalciueiit from Washington
lli.it tho I'lmhlont will look Into Ilia
local situation veiy thoroughly bo-
Canada's refusal to accept reelprnc
II) with tho United States will not
htrloiisl) Injure thu feelings of any
one on this slilo of tlio Hue
'Hid prlntlpil legrct will bu that
our peoplo wasted so much tlmo mid
money over sonic thing that was sup
posed to lie near jnd dear to thu
hem Is of nil Canadians, only to come
to a liallatlon that thuy didn't want
It nil) way
Americans hnvo ovcry reason to bo
surprised l'or many jears tlio Ca
iiiullatis hnvo been talking rccipioclty,
and curiously enough reciprocity wits
tho old-tiino ciy of thu party that now
ildis Into power by opposing it For
an equal iiiiinbei of yeais a fow
Ami i leans have been smuggling til
scenic a favorable answer lo tho Ca
nadian government s request I'lually
President Tuft banked tho fate or ih
v.holo administration on tho question
anil secured what was supposed to bu
tho response) ilislied by Canadians
Mutters are proceeding slowlv but
mi rely In connection with tho filling
in scheme for the Kovvnlo and olhei
districts In tlio neighborhood. Sur
veyor Wall has completed his pirl of
tho job mill the matter Is now up to
The sccretarv had ii great deal to ,.. rischl vvltlf Korrln Andrews.
do In connection with tlio scheme i ' '1
when It was first mooted and It Is I fcaaTBULf.ETINttDS' PAY-Jtf
now understood that ho, President
Prnlt of tho board of health and Siti
crlntciidcnt of Public Works Marstim
Campbell nro to work In concert on
The map that Mr. Wall has return
ed Is a lai go one show Ing nil tlie
v.iilous elevations and from which It
will bo possible, to find out Just ex
actly what amount of fill is required
on any part of tho ground. This Is
not all that has to bo done, howcvci.
Tentative plans havo been mailo. for1
a new street (u run thiough bctwcei
Ward and Coral and also for a his
storm ditch to run parallel with it.
Then theio Is tho matter of the
height to 'which tho fill Ib to bo made
lo eoino tin for consideration. Soma
peoplo seem (o ho one of tho eipllUp.i
that It will ho enough Just to fill ui
the holes whilst others would like to
see tho wholo of tho district rulsed
Al these mutters hnvo to bo gono
Into and tho thrco men handling It
will havo to sit at inrtny ctmfeicnces
beforo thoy como to any1 llnal deter
mination on tho question.
Husband Docs Not Speak For
Year and Wife Is Granted
ProM November 1900 until Decem
ber 1910 thcro was a deep sllcnco pre
valent In the I"ern homo. Likewise
Jefhn K. acquired a habit of writing
his own death notices and assessing
t lie amount necessary to keep hit!
vvlfo and four children at thlrly-flvo
tents a day. As a conscqucnco Judgo
V. J. Ilbblnson Issued an order this
morning that bonds of matrimony
existing between John K. mid Alible
i'crn bo hereh) and forovor dissolved.
Avtay hick In November 1909, Johli
K. refused to speak to ills wlfo anil
kept up this extraordinary state of
nrfalrs until December 1910, breaking
the long sllonto on only ono occa
sion when ho Informed her that ho
would contribute) lo herself and the
lour children only tlilrty-flvo cents n
At tho tlmo when ho ceased lo talk
to her ho assumed tho role of a beau
ty hero In heavy melodrama for in
stead of answering her plea to hear
onro moro tho music ot his voice ho
diew his revolver and Informed him
self that ho would kill John K, Iiter
ho sent her a copy of his last will mid
tc-stnnicnt. Lalcr ho wrolo her ninny
other letters which worried and Hindu
her fen rf ill.
On May E, 1910( ho broko tho long
sllcnco and Informed her that ho
would allow her the munificent sum
or thlrty-flTe cents a day for tho sup
X)rt of herself and tho four children.
Onco again about December 15 ho of
fered hci $.10 a month If sho would
go hack to mother. As a matter of
fact after sho had gono lnck ho only
contributed twcnt-flvo plunks and
after a tlmo failed oven with that.
Dining tho whole four jears of their
mnnlcd llfo his wife alleges that ho
was Ttwny from homo cTery cvcnlnt:
mid took ollieY eiiitig womcii to the
theatre, stterlt his money on thent and
othtrwUo had A good time. The great
sllchcc trad' sUHctl oh ono occasion
vvheh hho t6lfl him that sho know nil
about tlto gltl ho had with him tho
evening bcroro. It was then that ho
tulitylicr-ho would from that tlmo on,
ne'vor spctk to her again.
Now1 John K. Is at liberty to speak
without ' breaking hl resolution forj
his VrlfO'ls his no more. He wID'havc
less nfdneyto spcriil onlthctre4,'htivv,-i
ever, for Judge Robinson has ordered
that twtnfy-ftvo at tho best must go
cvoiy month to his laic wlfo and
Have You Tried
If hot, try it today
and .you will Here
after patronize our
use no cold storage
cream. It s made
of pure, FRESH
credm and milk.
All pure fruit
Drug Co,, Ltd.
1024 PORT ST. Tol. 2364
Captain Macnulcy continued his ev
idence ill the Celtic Chief case this
mprnlng when tho enso again came up
for hearing beforo tho United States
District Court. It was much along
the lines of that given by previous'
witnesses and nil lias to do with tho'
So Says Brother of Iron Works
Employe Italian Likes
Olacomo Ilattiiglla who Is now tin
plojed nt tho Honolulu Iron Works
has received a letter from lih broth
er located In lliiff.ilo, who sa)s tint
plenty of people there nro mil of work
and would bo gl id to cmlgrnlo to Ha
waii. Mr. Dattaglli Is an Italian who
came to tho islands some ten .vcirs
ago1 wth one of the Kurrtpoan Immi
gration parties. Ho worked at Paati
hau for several jcars and finally ciniu
to Honolulu,. Ho Is entirely satisfied
with llfo hero and has written hU
brother Horn tlmo lo tlmo. This bro
ther now saH that tho .iiilhorlllcs of
Hie Torrllotj could get ciplo In tho
Slate.) It the would i.eml for them.
M. Ixino Heen das applied for per
mission to practko In tho courts or
Hawaii Ho was born on Hawaii and!
U a graduate of Oaliu college. Hej
was for two years t tho Hastings I
College of Iiw on the m.iiriland ntid
fin1 ono vear In tho oftlco of Manson
mill .Samuels in Bali Francisco Ho Is
Pnot U's, I vville ponliy mill you. i dad"
ialo hay, wo mi both plodiui lo Well, uiipposn you in out iiliend iiml
I'iirnior Ami I iiiluui wu both pet mii if your iiiulhor h silling up fm
about $1 1 ii tun iiiiu
Although a determination was nrrlV'
cd nt vostotdav afternoon when tho
members of thu bmrd of he.illh ton
ferred with leprcsentatives or the
Mills Instlttitu In connection wllh tho
ovoi flow Ing tcBBM)ols of tho Institu
tion and Siipc-i Intcndi nt of Public-
Works Mnrston Campbell decided In
put in it tevver lo tovei the ellftluilty,
It seems now as though theio might
bo some hitch over tho mattor.
The plans as pioposcd cstonliv
vvcie fur an clUit Inch sewer Joining
tho present ten Inch at Illnglinm
slice t, Ibo health authorities tiro
verj much In doubt, however, as to
whether this will bo huge, enough to
e ope with tho stteiim ot sew cm ago.
Piesldcnt Pinlt of tho bo.ud or
health staled Ibis morning that It
would bo nil that mi eight Inch pipe
toubl de lo cany ore tho sow outgo
liom tho Institute aluiio mid that II
(oiibl not posslbl) eopo with Ibo oxtia
that might How Into It.
'1 huio Is a Llmlliii slulo of things
existing all ovei Ihc city ami tho
plans ol tho public- vvoiks department
is to put in a small suwer until such
tlmo as Hint is Inadcipiiile mid then
to luplnto It wllh ii larger ono In tho
tire sent tiiso. bow over. It seems lis
though tlio boa id of health will sen
iiml n Iiiiku oiiiiiikIi ono Is put in tight
Wan I usi you span fin ii llin
Jiii'llir "VOH IH4ttll flmi. ilHH'l Html
"gjMirijr. I m lam f "
How did on Kit Iiml nii'ilnl yiiu'in
Pur Jiiniplnii ntur NliiHiilil I'iiIIii"
' lllllll 'ilHO'a IIHlllllIK HP lllW 1)110
"Mii I W m teVB-.tolik) Km ijejw 41jJ wi pi lit"
A coal hiiipmuit or n.iiuii mm ihikIk i
tin lui. l III llin hllni of Pitts.
lull K l lilHlel wu fm MlM.lnxIppI
Hriflr' of ilii) Kny wijillirnii rc
rlvp) a HlrrhNM friim Admlnil Tf'M'i
IIwiiiii hlin fur llio cwifi Hlifii bu
The leading home builders are buving their homestead
lots in the suburbs. There are redsons why health, main
ly; then more beautiful surroundings) then moro room
about the house and no more of that "cooped-up" feeling
that comes with llvng In the tnckly-settled parts of town.
We are offering lots in the land o' PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half aero up to any sire yod may suggest
find ranging in price from $130000 up according to the
size of the let you may select.
These lots have all the advantages of a downtown lo
ration, with the added features of a lower temperature,
beautiful view, best of neighbor and no unsightly part of
The city to travel through on your way to and fro.
FOLLOW THC LCAUCII0I and tecuro a piece of prop,
erly that is tleadily advancing In value and at the same
lime gWInu you an oiporlunlly of llvirg In the but part
' ill the city,
L in show you Hint Ihli ii true,
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
H. F. WICHM AN & CO.
No city in the world has
a mere up-to-date and
more sanitary equipment
for tno handling of milk
than has this association.
Very few cities can boast
of anything nearly as good.
Wo furnish good, pure
and absolutely safe milk.
WHOLE 6n FAMILY
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