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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1911.
.DAILY aria" WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
C0., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
i MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
I in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Farrincwon, - Editor
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OCTOBER 4, 1911
QnAintw line timrlo1 Mil nrttsttl monlto ll ump f.ri !lo
uuoiiiijr into iiuiiwu uui k,i uuntiu luouuo, u wao nui no
purpose; therefore, let us find the wiongs in government and
correct the mischief at its souicef so giving the teal man his
Reliance, Jacob A. Riis.
"WE HAVE JUST STARTED TO FIGHT."
Surgeon-General Wyman's cablegram to Dr. Carl Ramus,
chief quarantine officer here, in an attempt to reassure Ha
waii that there is no danger from yellow fever, is NOT re
assuring. . That no yellow fever has been "reported" on the "Mexi
can coast" since September 1908, is not sufficient grounds
for Hawaii to rest in security.
. He does not say anything about the dozens of little ports
along the Central and South American coast, notoriously fever-ridden.
It matters not where the fever comes from. If it
reaches Hawaii, the Territory will suffer as it has never suf
Hawaii does not ask anything unfair. This Territory asks
only the same protecton that the Federal Government ac
cords the ports on the Gulf of Mexico.
And we will have it. The fight has just started. It will
be kept up it must be kept up. It means lives as well as
dollars; safety as well as commerce.
. In the face of the calm assurances from Washington that
there need be no cause for alarm; alarm is doubly felt by the
.people of Hawaii who will pay the terrible cost if yellow fev
er once enters this port. '
Keep it out. Keep up the fight!
, Another tnoe for $2 u dayttages
oil public work. It tines keep bobbing
Tuft's tour Is Kettlng uwuy from
politics, says the eastern press. That
was before lie struck Kansas.
j; Marketing Kxpert Slarrett Is here,
'lie Is said to be a reliable authority
on how o know a golJ-bri' k from si
2 sweet potato.
.The Rev. Canon V Ault thinks we
need to eliminate some of the "l'j"
and "Ale's" from our prayers. -Is
there nny debate on that point?
' The big leagues are netting ready
to stage the last act of their summer
show, the uorld's terlea. We can
play ball all the j ear around over
r On the mainland they hae a "Know
i Thy City" motcment. 0er hero we
'.call It "Seeing Honolulu" The rc
f suits are the Bame a dcllnlte, accur
ate knowledge us to the needs of the
'city, n definite, accurate, Idea us to
,liow to till those needs.
CapL Carter, chief of staff of the
new department of Hawaii, says I In
wall's about as pleasant a station as
anyone could wish. Thanks! Ha
waii returns the compliment. Tho
' armv and mivv neonle hern innv rest
L assured that we like them as well as
jftbey like Hnwall
J That was a courageous uU of tho
'.ladies who stared a btnalur uwuy
from a Dorntnnl't stieet heme the
other night, out there's no use In
Chief McDultle nl'rlug all the eoose
qullls up our fritilc by sayinx the
burglar has befit prowling around
for some time. It spoils these durk
evenings on the front porch,
Hioynl of quarantine safeguards, be
cause there Isn't any yellow fever
along the Mexican coast anyway. We'd
like to bet the Hurgeon-denerul feels
safer In Washington than he would If
he were llWug In Honolulu Don't
gle the yellow fever moMpilto a
choice I ' -
Commissioner Keefe doesn't mint to
check white Immigration here, een
If he had the power to do so. And
David Hnallko, of Hllo, will get no
help from Keefe In his plans to frus
trate" Immigration recruiting in Eu
rope. Hvcn the commissioner's op
ponents never licensed him of trying
to bar Caucasian settlers from entry
into the United States.
Surgeon Oenerul Wymnn suys Ho-
nolulu need not worry about tho re-"
T BUILDING ROADS.
The Oahu Loan Fund Commission
Is entitled to fair treutment from tho
public, and the chairman of the com
mtaloii, Mr. Andiew Adams, should
be given a hearing when ho asks
that tho public withhold Its Judgment
on the Heelu beach awards until the
fucta of the engineer's estimate are
' riilB paper yesterday presented
some of the facts connected with the
expense of building this strip of road,
from the viewpoint of the chairman
who no doubt bases his (insertions on
the figures of tho consulting engineer,
The 11 u 11 o tin also has seen the
estimates made by one of the bidders.
The estimates show conclusively that
any road In this pint of tho Island Is
expensive, uud further that Link Mc
CandlfHii'a talk of $20,000 and $30,000
prollts Is either u bluff or n dream.
" And hore's one thing to remember:
A poor load N mote expensive than
u gooil road, A poor road Is n con
stant drain on the pockets of the ttiX'
Jiayers, tvlthjlie certainty that some
rlay, uud that soon, the work will have
'tcr he done over again.
must be a pretty
The Bulletin not
only prints the
news but those
who try to criti
cise its work and
in its wake as
When the public
LY the Evening
Bulletin must be
a pretty good
Saturday, Oct. 7
At 12 o'clock Noon, at Office of Trent
Trust Co., Ltd.
McCandless la credited with the re
mark, made on the day the bids were
submitted, that Wilson bad based his
llgures on n profit of $4000.
Ills luter assertions need to be
taken with a sack of salt Instead of
"Seeing Is believing" that's an old
Hcldom has Its homely trutli been
mote forcibly Illustrated than in the
last few das In this community, when
parties of businessmen, under the es
cort of the Hoard of Health, have
been shown the Insanitary sections of
the city tho "Had I-uhIh" of llomi
In tin Interview given this paper
jesterday, Mr Kied I, Waldion, pres
ident of the Commercial Club, out
lined a plan that he believes feasible
In solving the big pioblcm of u
claiming the low-lying lands that are
it nienaie to Honolulu's health.
Km tlier time and further careful
thought alone will determine wheth
er Mr. Waldi oil's plan should be
adopted. It may be said nt the outset
that he has devised u line of wotk
that will weld public and private In
terests together for the common good,
His plan bus many features that will
Instantly commend themselves to the
shrewd llnancler ns well us to the
layman who thinks first of getting tho
lands filled and second of the expense
A few days ugo President Spalding
of the Chamber of Commerce, taking
up another phase of the samo ques
tion, the political phase, made a
lgoroua pleu for the buslnessnion of
the city to unlto in securing thor
oughly etllclent men as candidates at
the next election.
If theBo trips of Inspection were to
stop right now, their vnluo would
have been triumphantly pioved. Their
minds, accustomed to grapple with
private, llnancial problems, ure now
grappling with u public llnancial
When tho next Legislature con
venes, scores of men who havo not
before given moro than u pusslng
thought to the Insanitary conditions,
will have been actively Interested.
Thero need be no delay then In put
ting through ine.isiues that will carry
out the Ideas already dellultely con
ceived. Tho vnluo of these "seeing Hono
lulu" tours has been apparent from
the beginning. Let them be-kept ill).
It may shock some people, If It
docs, they aro the kind of people that
need to bo shocked,
I. AGRICULTURAL LAND
9 1-3 Acres, at Kalmukl
2. A HOME IN PALAMA
On Kamn Lone, No. 1310. Largo sign
on property. Lot 80x80. New house
3. THE COLLINS BUILDING
On King Street. Leasehold, 19'2 year.
to run. Ground rental $800. Ha. a
rental value of about $2400
ALL THE ABOVE AT AUCTION
Particular, at Office of
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
REALTY AUCTION CO., LTD.
on li.ted stock, or on Improved
W. buy and ..II Stock, and
Bond., and make Investment, for
other, in approved Tru.t Securities.
Wi: SHAM, HKPI.nASnD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Now is the time to con
sult GURRliY about
Private Christmas Cards
YOU CAN SEND A
. . . f.iaiifl. nt rati lin (n at ljsu.tr.
iU J VIII II ICIIU. Wf v "'vii
every night. For other in. ..age. th.
office I. open from 7 a. m. to 530 p.m.
on week day., and from 8 to 10 a. ni.
In nil effort to lend n helping hand
In hrliiKliiic the rmnliig-pkture shows
uf Ihe city to what they lonnliler it
hlnher Ktiiuilard, the Wmium's Society,
of (Vntrnl Union tbiinh illrcuiwed tint
in.illtr thoiouuhly lit Its tiiarti rly
nteilltiK jestenlay mid nppolnttd Mrs.
jlurhl TlioiupMiu it ilelegiiln In work
I, 1 ,. ... ..in. ,1... .,,.. e. .!...
ill iiujiiiii nun wiiii iiic i ny i, iii'i
Hun It Ik nut prtilmble lh.it the so
t lty wllL lal( the Initiative In the
inattir of orgitlilliiit n trionile iiKalnxt
the rhowllllC of tlllilexlrilhle pillules
litre, but the uieiiiln rs will life tin Ir
iiMinnco In IiiIiikIiii' ithnut n reinluthiit
In (lie matter of tbeilrical tntirlalii
hKiit, they say.
Ihe tiii,riilri:; tlNcutloti nNo liielud-
rd M lev lew of the iiutltlibtreillosiit
movement by .Mrs. .Monro (Pirtley
Mih (iailby spoke of the work III i: ti
dal iitnl more particularly of the uioib 1
iI'ihm which the utility maliilaliit lit
I'aliuii'i !r. W. ('. Ifiibily mt i Ih with
tin t hiss once a vvtck lor a sanitary
talk, It nil the sti vices or n linri-e lire
paid fur by Him mii.lt ty.
The lllg KMir Movt meiit, vvhlili was
PUHiiImI lo the Micicty Mime three
vvf'kit ugo by Mlos Mii.vii.ikI, Ihe pro
ballon ollktr, c.ilite up fur ilixfunxlon
mid It to be ilfvdiipt'tl Purlin r at the
nixt regular meilliiR The matter for
tho piexiut Is III the liniiiU of Mix.
.tnliii ritillek, Mrs Dtireinus Sciiililer
mid Airs, Mm hi ThoiiipMin, nil of
vtlioui have pleili;nl themselves to be
LitterK vvtre rtad iii.il.hu; ptihlle the
i:lrt of lino lo the siH'lely by the late
Mrs llllin Hopper mid nNo tho Mlft of
JMiii by 1' (' Jeiies In mt'iiiory of bis
wife. The latttr will lie known as the
t'nriitllit Hull Jcniex fund, mid will be
ustil for beiievolnil purxixex
At iiimiii Ihe meiiibi rs of the peelety
Iiintheil with the Woman's Hoard of
.MIsxIotiM, ami In ulunlni: at i o'duek n
Jiilllt Ineellni: of the Mull ilex wits
Mrs I .villa t'tnii irexlilcil ilurlnu tint
aflcrnooii, mnl upon btr liivltatlnn Mrs.
Diireiniis Seiuldt r led tint devotioii'tl
exercltteH. tllhtr fealurts of the pro
nruni vvert mi aililiexH on the subjtct.
"Western Wonit n III K.istirn IjiiuIx,"
by .Mrs. David WltliliiKt mid a pi
per on em rent tuples by Mrs. John
Whitney. The rt port on Hawaii in
work Willi li was to have been nlvin
by Mix Oiten was postponed
f' David had accompanied his mother
to church and he noticed she dropped
If.. ' ,...- .,. 11... I !...
ll penny iiuu inu uuuii luuiiuu luuie. j
On the way homo his mother found
fault with the sermon. -
(."Well, inummn," said the little foli
low, "what could you expect for ii
"And, now," said tho toucher of tho
Juveullu Sunday school cluss, ytwhy
did God create this beautiful world Tr
fc'I don't know," replies u bright lit
tle fellow, "unless thero wus no one
"clKe could do It."
"What on earth possesses Miss
IIIkIiIoiio to many tha ribbon clerk?"
S;'Blie couldn'teslst him, you know.
Whenlsht! (list met him lie wus nt tho
Ted I could never understand why
vvpmeii object bo much to taklni; off
their hats. ,z tr '
Jv'ed It's so haul to put thein un
In I omul numbers tho cost nf thn
rtoosevelt cxppdltltm Into Africa un
der tho auspices of the Smltlisonlnn
Institution was $801)00. Tho expenses,
of the actual Imntlni; were divided,
tho Hmllhsnnlaii payliiB about threu
flflhs mid Col, Itoosovolt nlinut two-fifths.
Tho Fifth Cavalry Is to go on u
practice niarcli around tho Island,
starting October 7 All twelve troops
A Crat of Six Selected Pine, or a
Large Bunch of Banana.
Simply leuvo your order we do th.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Far en Express Company)
and tho band will lake part, and Heho
Held llitrrucks will bo open to the en
emy's attack from thu morning of thu
7th until the evening of the 13th.
Following Is the leglment's illncr
ury for the trip:
October 7 itvliolleld llariacks to
Knvvalliitlpal; October S Kawalhiipal
to Men moll Settlement; October 11
Mormon Settlement to Kualoa; Oct
ober 10 Kualo.i to valley north of the
I'ull; October 11 Valley north of the
Fall to Fort ShaRer; October 12 111
camp at Fort Shatter; October 3
Fort Shaffer to Scliofleld llarrauks.
A pickpocket nt tho Kansas State
fair lohber Lester Wyldor, an Obeillu
(Kansas) boy, of M) ho had saved on
which to stai t lo college, and Wylder
icturned to his homo to go to wink
unci earn money with which to enter
college next year.
The leading horn. -builder, ar. buving their home.tead
lot. in th. .uburb.. There are rea.ons why health, main
ly; then mora b.autl'ul .urroundirtg.; then more room
about the hou.e and no more of that "coopedup" feeling
that come, with living in the trickty-.ettled part, of town.
We are offering ot. In th. land o' PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half acre up to any .ire you may .ugg.it,
and ranging in price from $1300.00 up according to th.
ii. of the lot you may .elect.
These lot. have all the advantage, of a downtown lo
cation, with th. added feature, of a lower temperature,
beautiful view, beat of nelsbbore and no unsightly part of
the city to travel through on your way to and fro.
FOLLOW THE LEADERS! and .ecure a piece of prop
erty that I. steadily advancing in value and at the .am.
time giving you an opportunity of living in the best part
of the city.
Let u. show you that this I. true.
Visitor, to our Milk Depot
on Sheridan Street have
been greatly interested in
our electrical process of
treating the milk handled
by us, and all have ex
pressed their gratification
at finding such perfect
cleanliness in every de
partment. Wo sincerely wish that all
who are interested in the
quostion of pur. milk
would call upon us, for we
know that they would leave
convinced of the absolute
purity of our milk.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Makes New, Klch
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
who""g couch ,s croup
nnriNCIims COUGHS tOLua
.. it. atinnxh with
liillHlIf " , .
, intlM put IntpltfJ
iraihifiC citr. w,ht
tillable to mlhft
hvn lu wfleretl ftwn
. .,... 5.'T.::t,KH" ", ..!-.
cKlal tiouMci without
dtugi. Ued with fuCCt
Ihe tif trnJcrcd tlt
with rtcrr btrath. mikti
the tiie If) toil, ind stop
U1 tiifhtt. Ctfo1fi
with anr childicn and
acno vi pun ii ni 1iibbi
ALL DRUGGISTS. VJftt)
I if irrMHntj nun w j'.Tir
relic Thfoit Tbl f P A
III ihe IttllitrJ thtott
Ihry ate tlmple, erfetl
I an. I amlastiilr . C)l
nut diunlil or from u.
1UC in iiampit
fur mill 11 lull er "'.
Illatk M kid $1 nod V
Illitek Uiiii Mi lid ''"If I"
Tan Itusiln Calt In $4
These aro tlio liest nil -nroiuid
sboeH fur comfort
ami durability made.
We nre selllm; more of
these than of tiny other
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
I I I tJ
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
It F. WICHMAN & CO.
FOR THE ,
WHOLE on FAMILY
Likerdt Installment Payments
TEe Formfit Fsr