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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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1 MONDAY '.7. ,
' Lei us liavo failli that light makes might, and in tltat
faith let us do our tlilly as y.e understand it. Abraham Lin
H. W. Shinrjlc'sr statement made to the Bulletin this
mornintj effectually exposes thu vicious folly of the position
taken by the morning paper in saddling Mr. Shingle with
political plans and schemes ol which he knew nothing. The
Advertiser merely published a story that was what it would
. like to have happen, and tried to palm it off on the public as
truth. As usual, it failed in its purpose.
Business men arc aroused
threaten to let down the quarantine bars between this city
. and acknowledged yellow fever ports.
Well may they be. Vigilance is the price of Honolulu's
r But the outside dangers arc not the only ones that should
cause the leaders of the city to look about them.
We do not wish to distractattcntion from that which is now
uppermost in the minds of the members of the business or
ganizations. We do consider this a-timcly opportunity, however, to re
mind them, that there arc dangers within, sanitary dangers
that call for personal observation, personal inspection' and
personal and community action from these same men who
, are today holding sessions and sending cables to Washing-!
l Someday an answer-will-come 'to such cables reading
k something .like Jhls: ,
Sf "Clean up your .own town, and thus reduce your
i dangers to a minimum;', don't, jlean so heavily on
F the Federal Government."
Common sense prompts a community that is located inl a
' danger zone to do two things', namely, keep the common cn
I only as far distant as possible, and at the same time place
I'itsclf in such a condition -that it is-in shape to cope with the
Hcncmy in case it should get within the breastworks.
t An order from Washington always sets Honolulu by the
j: . cars.
i"., A more portcntious warning has been uttered from time
,4 to time by health officers, and sanitation experts, and the'
i;prcss. and by members of the Legislature. Dr. Hobdy
. sounded it again in clarion tones at the banquet of the en-
ginccrs on Saturday night. ,
V - That warning is that Honolulu should clean up its bog
r holes, its undraincd sections, its lame strcctlcss and scwer-
less areas within the citv limits
f. minutes from the postoffisc, or
r That warning the Bulletin now reiterates while the
.business leaders are seated jn solemn session thinking of
k what they can do to convince Washington. i
X Not one in ten of those gentlemen know what Dr. Hobdy
or the B u 1 1 c t i n is talking about because not one in twenty
' of them lias visited some of the sections of the citv that fur
nish the problems in sanitation,
uuiuui ui uiu 'ouiijuun uuimrai a ijussiuiu uaiamiiy. nicy nave
V not seen these places, therefore they cannot understand the
'imperative needs of1 the hour.
W- The first thing for the business men to do is to ask the
phcalth and sanitation officers-to show them over the city. It
r 'tunl'np MA rliftnpinnn .1 ftiApmlAnrlnpn t.inen tti-M nnrl UhhiihUI
iiicim;o iiu uiih;i uiiou ii muoc ivauui a wuiu uuiii dim lliuuyill
ft up in Honoliilu, they tloii'r ;know what there is about them,
tnoy cannot understand me
lulu's growth till they make such a tour of the city as the health
officers can take them on and not .occupy more than two
hours of their time. '
I Pnncnrillnntlu tlio R n I I n f i n tnlnc thic nnnnrtiinitv. in
f siingest to business leaders, jc urge upon them indeed that
shf tcr they are through with sending cables to Washington,
unuy aKu a mw iiuuis arm, unuur we uirccuon 01 rresmeni
Rtti 14- in CaMlnlnn I irlt I AV rtn 'll silma-Jte IK aii CCfT LI l Kin I III II
.111 imi, ui ouuuiui jiiiiu, ui ui,
ins muau 1111:11 octii oiiuw 11 tu inuiii.
If the Chamber of Commerce cannot raise amonn its inom-
Hbcrship enough aiitomobilcs'o make the trip, trio B ii 1 1 c
m n will he'very glad, to Undertake a solution of the trans
I Gentlemen of the Chamber of Commerce, the B u'l I c
t i n is with you in the present protest to Washington, but you
gentlemen have work to do right here at home which you are
neglecting and you will continue to neglect it just as long as
you refrain from SEEING HONOLULU.
If you don't nciieve tne b u 1
ask Hobdy. ask Moore, ask
fjob" of trying to make Honolulu a clean town.
in the Territory of Hawaii. ;4 t ' -., ,,,
I'tl Sis Mmlm, ....... .ft
ret Vtsi, anrwhci In U..H I.hi
Tf Year snywlitre' n Canada. f.ftn
Pel Vear tmnlpM, touitn 2.tw
nicred it I he 1'ut.toilH i Hmtoibln
m AnnnriK-lnn ma-ntr
SEPTEMBER 25, 1911
AND SANITATION. '
when the Federal authorities
and mam1 nf thorn' n'nf fivn. .
pay a frightful toll in lives and
and which help to make the
new, problems created by Hono
nuuuy, iiiuy occ nuivuuuuu
1 e 1 1 n, ask Pratt, ask Judd.
anv of' the men who are "on the
lIM Mill WM I
HKATTl.ti, Wnsh.. Bept. 1, Clifford
I'lticliot, roiicrvullonixt nnil former
chief f(irwtrr of tlio United State,
iltieMlon of opening
illxlrlct to development. Mr. 1'lnclinjt
nnil Senator Mllct l'ulmloxtcr nrrlvcl
from ViishltlRton, I). O, 'yesjlerilny.
They will leave mi tho Northwestern
tonlttht fnr.tturilna. '
"lte'yonil (,'nnlovii our trip has not
hern pl.'iniiec," diilil Mrt t'lnehot. "It
It my rilm lo Ret the fnclK In the
Alaxka Hltuatlon ami to hear! from
Alaskans their sl'lo of the story. I
Khali ro to Alaki with an open mind,
ready In le convinced If there Is u bet
ter way than that which I Imvn advo
cated for nprnltw tlic district to do
"At the next session of ConHress ono
of the principal loplcs of debate anil
subjects forleglsHtlon will ho Alaskn.
Tlio other subject will he the tariff.
The puUle Interest In tho Alaska situ
ation 1m unusual."
Asked what part he would take In
he settlement of tho Alaska develop
ment iiucsllon, Mr. Pint-hot paid:
Prepared to Tks Part.
"I shall be prepared to take such part
us I inay be called upon to perform.
From thn hcRlnnlnt; the men who liavo
cIihhI for the Idea, of conservation have
been In favor of developing Alaskn. I
have ndvocatedtlie-patentlnRof-all the
valid ooiibolalniH. Ilk'il on Alaska laiul.
Theoiloro Hooscvelt In special tnessaRes
to CoimresM lias nrged the Immediate
(levi'lopmcnt of tl.e resources of that
Territory. The tllltlculty has been, that
the Rrmip of men IrylrijtdjRrnb Xbiska
have checked th" leRlslntlon Y which
woubl liavo relieved the situation.
"At present I believe that the sys
tem of leasing tho coal lands In Alaska
la tho best solution of tho problem. I
believe that It Is necessary and right
that tho title to tho coal lands should
lie held In tho public hands.
Tho country- knows that private
ownership nf the coal lands nf Alaska
means monopoly and can mean noth
ing else. To lease the public coal
binds In Alaska .mentis that, the kov
ernnieivt will retain tlio right to regu
late the development nnd 'the sale of
Hie coal in tho public Interest.
(Continued from Page l)' ""
which wccan do'nothlns at 'the pre
sent time. I mado hoiup Inquiries
along IIichc lines and think that later
on soniethjng caibe, ddno. t ' ,i '
Hawaii It'1 Booming. '
"Ono of tho most remarkable
things that I noticed, however, was
tho number of inquiries tnnde aliout
Hawaii nil along tho coast Wher
ever I went tho newspapers sought
mo out and wormed an Interview nut
j'f mo. People camo In hundreds
'wanting to know till aliout tho Isl
"Many of them aro asking serious
questions and I think from what I
can gather Hint n number of them
will bo coming down hero to tako up
the small running. Somo of them
told mo that they wero coming and
although, they may not. all stick to
'what thcyf.Rald, I think n, largo, per
cent nf them will.
"The Idea Is also rapidly spreading
that Hnwali Is the best place to coma
to for a play. Peoplo who .want to
rest for a few months nil want to
know something alKiut Hawaii. What
struck mo more than anything elso In
Oils connection was. that they camo
to mo Instead of nv IuivIiir to go to
them and tell then all about tho
place. All along- tho (.o.ist from ono
end to tho othcr it Is tho satno and I
think that there should bn a record
iiumbor of peoplo corning down hero
In tho near future."
CASE ON DIX
On board the army trnnsport I)lx,
which an Wed today fs 'a Filipino lep
er wlio Is being tikcu back to tlio Phil
ippines nil tho wny from tho Potomac
rlvir, on tho other side of tho main
land. Ills' name. IS Aclfto Pnlabny,
ami lie Is kept in a llltlo' boarded en
closure on tho deck of tho llllt. Kor
tho last six months ho has been Iso
lated on the mainland, most or tho
time nil tho Potomac river. I In was
taken lo Kcattlo'tn board' tho' Olx.
The, case la something of a 'nyjtcry.
Upon his arrival ut Manila tho
wretched man will bn taken to' the
leper colony In tho prnvlncn of Cull
Ion. As soon as Palahay leaves tho
I)U tho little building In which ho. Is
now quartered will be burned.
Judge DeCJrnff of Dvs Mnlneh Issued
an Injunction to afford tenants of an
otllro building relief from the odor of
onions coming from u restaurunt nearby.
PfllitaJUUfttllJBUt KllJ4lt f J0 would. BO tO(
Alusktjwjilp iiinpaitgmltnl, rfridy to
Tecclyo 1,11 '(cutliiiKnV'of lnVVnlis on
the uufatlon of .incnlnc tlio Northern'
' .' .
Large let or) tprher. Site It 17S ftal
by, 206. feat. , ,
For Sale at $4500
Beautiful marlni view) good neigh
borhood. Adjoint Neighborhood tennia
-Trent Trust Co.,
,, , LIMITED
en lilted ttockt or on Improved
We buy and tell Stocka and
Bondt, and make inveitmentt for
othert In approved Trutt Securi
ties WE HI I AM. 1115 n.KASED TO
I N V E S TM ENT3
Bishop Trust; Co., Ltd.
- PINEAPPLES) yANANA8l I
f ' t'' inl.l. iS ,.. "
A Crate of Six (bleated Plnee or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your ..order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
CWIth Wolls. Kargo Express Company)
BULLETIN ADS aiAY'
"Why do .you Insist on that boy's
studying music?" said the man with
respect for art. "You know he can't
"Vcs,'.' ,repl(ed the patient father, "I
know It, and I want him to lam
enough about music to realize It for
Wo liavo a, ll.tlll ono up to our
house , We. call, him, IU1I. It's tho
only bill 1,'ve carried .around since
I've been married,, )() t
The leading home-builders ere buvlna their homettead
lott In the euburbt. There are reatoni why health, main
ly) then more beauti'ul surroundings) then more room
about the haute and no more of that "coopod-up" feeling
that comet with Jlvng In. tho trickly. tattled,' parte of "town.
!'. - ,tn; i-'
We are offerlnn ott ln,,tfi land o' PUUPUEO varying
In area from;a half acre: up to any tire you may euggett,
and ranglngin price from $1300.00 up according io the,
file of the lot you may eeloct. t, , .
Thete lott have all the advantages of a downtown lo-
ration, with the added features of a louver temperature,,
beautiful view, best of neighbors and no untlghtly part of
the city to travel through on your way to and fro.
FOLLOW THE LEADERS! and tecure a piece .of prop
erty that It tteadlly advancing in value and, at the tame'
lime giving you an opportunity of llvirg in the belt part
of the city.
Let ut thow you that this It true.
., I !hi$k.L .'.
We give an Individuality to coplet
of old DAGUERREOTYPES, which
makes thtmjtoubly Interfiling.
took' to your bualnete Interetta and
uie the' -, '
Office open week daya from 7 a.rm. to
530 p. m. Sundaye, 8 to 10 a. m.,
and until 11 p. m. every day
for thlpe' meitaget
Aberdeen, Sept. B. Thirty wireless
tctcgrupli stntlnns In this city owned
and operated by boys aro responsible,
according lo K. C. Miller, of tho Grays
Harbor Railway and Light company,
for the flucutatlon In electric lights In
the residence section, concerning
which frequent complaints have been
mado to tho company.., "The power to
run theso stations," said Mr.? Miller,
"is taken from thn current used In
the residence sections for lighting.
When these boys cut In with tuolr
stttlons to send messages from one
tower to another tho power to do tho
.transmitting Is taken from tho light-,
Ing wires of the boys' homes, and, as
a result, tho lights which aro on tho
same lino for ono transformer aro. all
affected." Tho company will suggest
to! tlio youthful operators tho Installa
tion of sepnrato transformers for the
e eei e
ajBBjr-"Kor, Rl" cards at Bulletin....
"Hero's n terrlblo misprint, sir. 1
called Jim Sweet In practical politi
cian, nnd tho typesetter has mado It
'piratical.' Klmll wo Btop tho presses?"
Editor I guess not. Thcro's so lit
"What was the matter with 'tho old
gentlcmnn who was so fond: of argu
ing aboiit'overythlnR?" " " "'
"I, don't know, bti I bcJlevo,tho .doc
tors said It vAii 'something llko dis
cussion on the brain."
.' ' S
Newest Celestial 'Visitor
Moving Very Fast Through
llnllcy's comet, that wan a hendllner
last season for n while, has n small wo offer It with our personal guar
slwd '.follower In tli6 lirook's comet, Biitco Outfit shall cost the user noth-
m.I.II. la ..lalf.ln It. tl.n l.n..l.U With
die nl.t'nf rood class for a verv
snori lime, u w ,..,i .... K,..u
It will not come clone.
enough (lo the rartli to be seen w. n h1 Btl.cn(.thcnngl lonc and reB
llio linked eye for on tho .seventeenth ,tll,vo ncton pon tll0 bowels. They
ofthls month It was tho closest to tlio rmovo all Irritation, dryness", sore-
enrth that It will mine, being then u
'..A,.. .r t - ntn ..Art ...It... .......
HNIUUr III (lllttVU.I.UUV llllll.-n 4inn.
It Id a much faster travelling body
than was Jlnllpy'sund for that reason
the, astronomers snv that It Is dim-
cult to follow Its rapid motions
thmnch the ether
Th ntMorvniorv nf Ml Hamilton In
The observatory at Ml. 1 amllton, In
California, has been keep ng tab on
Urook's comet for somo'tltno.
At tho present time It Is nlmoHt Im
possible to see tho comet from this
city' for tho renson that Its location
Ii.' directly over Tnntnlus, and It only
appears In tho early morning hours
nnd Is quickly shut out from view by
the approaching daylight.
The police court was1 crowded this
morning by spectators who wanted to
witness the trial of tho Chinese game
sters before Police Judgo Monsarrnt.
They were arrested ut different limes
nnil places, last Saturday night by Chief
nryctfctlvcs McDullle and his men.
nmrlt w'asti thought the trial would
be Interesting. Hut when tho names
of the defendants wero called, somo of
them, through Attorney W. T. Hnwllns,
ind their cases postponed until next
Saturday morning. Another bunch
pleaded guilty and each was lined It
and costs of court.
Chief MeOulllo was prepared to take
the Ma ml and prove that tho defend
ants did actually gamblo when ho and
his men arrived. The defendants, how
ever, admitted that they were partici
pants In tho palknti and Joyhaii games.
Rawlins appeared fur u gang. In
which one of tho defendants was ar
rested for carrying a gun without a
permit. When Chief McDullle asKeil
liliu why hc was carrying tlio weapon,
ho stated that United .States District
Attorney Hreckons had secured for him,
from tho sheriff, the necessary permit
to. rurry a gun. The. defendants will
Another. -hunch of Ramblers, caught
at Mnnnnliin, pleaded guilty and wero
ca'rh fined" J.". Thero wero about "six
teen In this crowd, one of them u Jap
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diarrhea, excessive looseness,! flat-
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after patronize pur
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use no cold storage
cream. It s made
of pure, FRESH
cream and milk. '
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after thorough Inspection''
by the Territorial Veterl
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handled under the most
tanitafy conditions. Upon
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We deliver an. absolute-,
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