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BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1911.
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TlUMAil Md KSSKuiSi-rs MM. 9 AlAADLL
i I SOMETHING
15 (Continued from P.g. 1)
.- thin cast' was can led fur two month,
J in- thiciuKh I'lKlit lsucs. In thu olllclul
1 publication nf tliv Public Health nml
If Mnil.ie llopllul Service, a weekly 1ml-
lilln. Aiuiri'iitl MiirKeon - tleiicrnl
Wjinnii overlooked this.
Some Neglected Point!.
Tlio ciililcftrnin fulls tu say anything
ft iihout the iVturiil and Smith American
K iiiirl", vvh.ro I)r I'riitL president of
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mo imam in .tciiiwi, i,i. v . v . iiiiK.ij,
Wlm fur twelve )e..rs was In the I'cd-
ff triti ,uarai..i.c ii mvv. aim ;oipei
J know thlit fever Is present.
j; It h tiiilnteil nut hy those fumlllar
ff; with lol.dltlons nlom? those coasts Hint
f the reports friini tin- locnl olllclals are
1- mi notorious!) unreliable that the) are
frightfully suspected of t-nnccnlhiK their
ease" It Is iinlnteil out that HnunlHs
RittliiR less iiriiteetlnn now than In ne-
runleil the mainland l'urt, anil that In
ruillty. II. Is lirt helntt In laiiKr"nll
tin' year arniiml, Instead of eljilit or
nine mnnthi only, more protection
should he fjlven.
l"r. Ilnlidv said today, white declln
Imr to comment on the action of the
tuiVBion-Kcneial, that from his own
pcisoual knowleilKo the ports under the
tropics from the tropic of I'nprkorn
to the tropic of Calicor are Inrectlhle
nml In the central part are Infected
The iIjiikii- In real and Ital to till"
port," he mild "There Is no question
hut that our c. forts to secure further
ra'feKuarili should he ichoudled
"Hi tho inodlllcallon of the rcstrle-
Hi. us. inoie than twn-thlrds of the
Mifi'Siinrils hi re aKalnst yellow fever
li.ie I n taken away."
In military circles tho feclliiK
iiimlnst any lesscnitiK of tbo quaran
tine resillatlon Ib strolli?. Olllcers 111
all branches of tho service nro nst
tie In the assertion thai to let down
tho bars III any way Ik to take Kr.tvo
chances with tho health of the troops
now stationed on lh Isl.iml, and
thoi.e which aie expected In the near
liitnre tu swell Hawaii's military
Tho l)cpirtnicnt of Hawaii lus om
rlallv Riino mi record as desltlllK I"
apslst In every possible way tu se
rmo the enforcement of strict ipiar
nntlno ici;iilatloiis for thu eiitlro tei
rltory. This nioriiliiB llrlc.ullcr Ocncral
Macomb staled Hut every piec.iiitlon
i.hould he taken to riiiiiiI the Isl.iml
from a fever scarce, lie. sjld:
"I'roiu a military standpoint It
would ho iKi'lilt-illy nnwlso to takn
iiff any quarantine reHtrlctkiiw now In
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TO; ,,,.. :
THE CATERPILLAR is built on the same principle as the railroad engine. It runs on a
smooth steel track. The surface of the ground makes little difference. The ground is hot
used as a road but only as a roadbed on which to lay the track. All inequalities are bridged
over, and the road of the CATERPILLAR is always smooth.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
effect far thu Kunviiil piotcctlnn of
the community. As far as the nrinv
iR'eimcertied It Is prohahly tistlvrnlili'
to cope with mi epidemic Minn Is tho!
puhllc In general, hut no olio wnnts
to seo the experiment tried. The'
mere fnct tluit Hawaii hat heeii fieoj
fiom yellow fever In the past should
mako us nil thu more careful In tho!
future. OwliiR to temperate clluuillc
conditions It mlRlit he extremely dlf-
flcult to eradicate the fover-bearlms
luoaqulto Once tho disease started to
Board of Health View.
That the cahle received from Hur-Kcoti-dcuirnl
Wyman liy Dr. Carl lln
mils, chief iiunrautllie Inspector of the
port. Is entirely unsatlxfactorv and Hint
now Is the time when ever.vliody shotili
put their shoulders to the wheel n.i
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S. II. I'ratt, iirtsldent of the Hoard of
fiflVn-Yiit t.on tint rn him nf Vi'lhlWf
r...-..r m inns. ,.,.i, il.nl tli-refor.. we
wire .Ut., free,
A. .! . ...iiier of fnrl. Inst venr t here
1 ... .. ..
un. n ihimh r.iimrliMl rr.tlil I nlllllw'llf. i
.. i.i. i. iu ..f ti... ..it lull. .. r.iriv..ik.it
bouts' steam from Snllnn
IukI Wiveinhir we had one eno here.
It was kept over lii the uunrantluo re-
son-e: of course, hut It was too clo.e
to be pleasant.
"This Is only my own personal opin
ion, but I shall brhiR the matter up
hefore the l,o..rd at Us meetluK toinor-
row afternoon and I will 1.11 then, the
same tlilnK. They can discuss the
matter and do what tl.ev see lit. At
the same time, just now. above alt
other times, seems to bo the time to
come rlKht out nml mako u IlKht. If
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do not. there is every possll.lllty of
Hie puhllc Ih'Ii.k rather misled by the
,,.,,h'Kra, and fee.lnB .hat every!..,.,
" . .
Is all rlKhl nad that we can sit down
will, our hands In our laps. That Is
n ll,l..K we can never afford lo put up
with when the ,la.,Ker Is so close at
hand all the time."
M!lltn. far Ariill.rv
milliont ior Mrio.ery.
Three million ilollars Is the sun. that
will bo ui.ke.1 for In this year's cstl-
mates of ll.e War Department, to pur
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l IIIIM" K'HI ...I', t.lll.lll.ll,..
Vrtlllcry The Kims ns lo he Issued to
the l.illltla and the nmiolinltion Is to
he kept lu reserve
A slluht Increase
III the streliKtli of the
one thousand enlisted men, will
lie provided for 111 the estimates,
appropriation to be asked for joint ma-
ncuvcrs will be $1,300,000.
-BULLFTIN AD1 PAY-
H....IH. tin- tiiruet ror n series oi winy iuiie i
', , ....iip, i reuorter "i"K f'"" "e intik and tilt- of ,ios.iiot run iiKiilnkt tho recovery of land , the Job of chlcr cfiniinlsslniicr nfnKrl
SpeaKIm; to a iiullctln rtporttr llllri.imM rH and that theiefore the iimrtgimo, culture. Ho woiild not siy inucli In
this morning he said: "While In some I ' " ' '" ' riuiROil n.ltlil bo fo.eelixed. At tho same ! connecllo with the report that ho Is
ways the tahle f.om the surKeon-Kcn-, ' ' node-.tl.no tho slat-to of lln.llullon still I to make and they could not even Kol
jr.. Is r.K-ht . n others It s no ., le "m K .. ";..,,. ,,,., which 'W '' ""'t "- '' '"' ''""I a promlso out of I.I... that ho would
In ktepnic with the Idea that con-., ' " r ' oC 0r(.nllll cnl.B..t be lollccted. I sUo then, n copy of bis report nfto.
veys when rend. Iron, the cable the,"'"1 "'" '" L Tjio matter went bulk to the (:ir-.c i,ns tuinod It In
Kcneral public mlKlit think that there '"KCTl.e. . ' cult com t iiKiiln. Thompson, Wilder,, T,. .,,,. , . ,in,,nr..,,nni of
; . i I
i"to.ii houe. was the sccnO of a reK-
tilntlon Imrniiln counter rush durliiK the i
inoriilim hours, with Deputy Collector
Ktaekaht'e nlul n llyhiK silliad of oili
il.ils sirvhiR In the rapacity or ref
1 1 ecs.
I'ulr women and troim men strut;
cy lu that they would ,
tiled for supriina
" .. t the e, f the uiullou.ir. who.;,
'i.. .i .i,. or i,.t, i,,t ,.r oncnlkd fori
merchandise and sel,.c,l plund. r. was
. . - . ..... ...in...
" Hi.spieious mamitr w.i.o
I" - "" '"' "f llilll..ln elKarel.cs went
I. t I. I II.. ..111. Illllu Ifl it iflllt'll I
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!.. it ri.wlilim.'iMi .n.llrrit vollth for
m' ' -
lle drew nifirlv two hundred
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line frimal liousewilo mappiu op
" frly Minis of Ja
v ards of Japanese mattlui?
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When llfleen sipiale face" of "Palm
Tree" hiKplratlon. belli r Known to I
lommcice as 1,'ln. weie put up, thei
1.1 a I t 1 .. 1 .. .. ..It in. i.li.l taiLrit I
' "1" "''im "' -'"'' , , ,'
It...... .ll..to nollie I he l.lddliu! I.ein
"luie.i. "'" " "'"'"' ,"B" """"
"' . 1"'"k "' " ; ,
"'V".I cay old blade- from nbou t,
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'in' innpcu lit 1'inuiiim-iifc rinnvM .... ... - .. . . .,.- - " - i -
'" """ '" "',,... ...icnllip battnllon paiailes "ITiule lllll"
... ... ti.. Ill I,. i1l,illlllli" lilllllOiMl .i.u.nivr, L'.t.i..'
-" ,; ;" '"; '"'", '' '' , ' , ' s the old servant Is known.
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sllen.lvs.o.e ..w..y nn. Inrne. 1.1- pur-
..,... ...... I.lnulilnir lirlile. I
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.. V rol... '...! , .. t-1.:Vs rnt ":. J-, t
J " ' ' ' " " , ,ka
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I I tve ceniH vviih ine pi ire i..i. o.i i
! heavy casting that had I... ii shlpp. .1 to
me '"'" """ '"'- " " '""'
Proved .. joy to Snap lion lln.vv.i had
. lie iHf.i II. p.e
Pine., fiiinlly nlliuins, conialiiliiK
p.iiuoK.ap...c pieseiiiiui um ih;k""
"f Oit.nl..! ...ic.slry. w.nl to a well-
known spun in rour oils.
Ar.lil.M or jewelry am nieces o.
silks. iiImi curios, weie In turn offer. d
for sale. They brmiKht In sumo in -
slanc. s fair p.leos. while In olhtrcnscH
they w. nt for a mere souk.
sale rfpresenled articles which
heen ncetimiiluthiK at the eus-
'j'Tyr '''""'T ' , ;.fci.-MnrB.jMHBBHPTF"MWlF
loin limine for a venr or liuiie
The auction drew out u K"otl-Hlreil
SUPREME COURT HANDS
DOWN INTERESTING CASE
An IntcrestltiK decision vvna lianded
down this inoriilni; by the Supreme
Court In coiiticctlon with the enso In
ii.lil.il. il.rt ll.iiiliiili, Unt.'i foiiiminv
, ,',... vIlkllll ,,, coll.
,.c(n w(, Bnlnu land that was
Tho defendant relied on tho fact
that It was over sit ears slnco any
Interest or principal luul been pnldl
on the note, which was for $1!"U. On1
these Kionilds he tool; tlio stand that
tho plaintiffs could not do ui.vthl.ii; 111'
The Suiireino Couit ni cd. Iiowovor.
that nlll.ouSli tho stat.l.e of HniUn -
il..n li..i iii ....nltiui (ti niiiii I 1n.il
imim iiuu iiiii iiHin- i" iimu n, nnvi '
.iulkoii iiuu j.yiiii'i tor ine piiiiiiiiu
ami iirriu AimrewH ior me ocicmi-
COLORS TO DIP
l'lrst Scrgpant Wllll.im Heynolds
I'vv t'lilh'tli luf.iutiy, who ictlrcH
day after nearly a .pintler of :i con
,,lrv ... ,,, KPIVro. will bo the reel-
()f m( .,, .,.. al ,,()rt
s,nfor ,, (,,. Who,, the
.icvlew It bv the side of Major Hum-
J i ' ' f .1. I ir
him ns they are ca.tlcl by.
! Hmi.oI.Ih had n luim and honorable
,Pnlco , his ciedlt In one of the
r0B,lm.lllll llf K. Ilr,!sh Ul my
' ,,rr l, ,1, ,,,,., I I!,.n Hun's mil.
.v .... ,
Inriii 111 ISS7. lie i,cive, with dlB-j
...... ... i.,n ui,.n. ...i,.i..ilu i,u
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HpanWI. war audi., t be 'hlllppli ps
lllll litis ..cell in ion nioiiie. ior inw
past four jenrs nml Is well and wl.le-
I . ... I
.y .oven uy i.ik ci iin-n.
i iiovcrno. rrrar inn nun k i
soino n ii.iiniinen.s in tnaiii-viiim
will. Hip fence commission for Nuilli!
Kini, Hawaii. Hip men appointed
, ,u, places io Allen S. Wall
. Kaelemaklilo and Thomas SllVi
!.... ir w,r
It runs on a smooth steel
(Continued from Pago 1)
ho heltur In coiiceiitrii'o ovcrytliltiK
hi an uffoit to ditto them nut of tlio
ifcliuiils. Australia, which Is tho near
est cxainplo to turn to, sent two men
m omul tho world at different tlmcR
Mid neither of tlicm met with any
lucccsh nlthuiiKli they npircil neither
effort nor money.
KiitoiiioloKlst I-:. K. Ciriies who li.in
heen down here InvostlpithiK for Call-
ur"' w'l ,,:,ck 1,ll,' """"''"B-
' " 'IK over ne mi, uor yes er
'W nlternoon with Market I.Ttpcrt 1
'H. S'anelt and 1 and ConiinlKsloncr
i fMi.irlnu H Jiirld uliii nliid hfilila iliiivn
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nRrlcullurc are to bo sent along 'to
California so that they cm cniiip.no
them with the leport that Mr. Camp,
tin ns In and hen what enn ho done.
It appears from translations In tho
I.lteraiy Dlitest that the Japanese aro
maklm; some llnanclal calculations
will, reference to a xiiKKcstcil war with
tl.lt country. Tho United Hlntcs could
readily expend moio each year on the
expansion of Its navy II. an thu sum
of KMjoivhh., which Japan Is nro.nili.fr
to-iovcr ami which Is to he paid not In
one cur. but In live. Hawaii Is .IHT.
miles Irom Japan and lo Sail I'ran
tlio t 22bH miles furl li r; those ills
lanctii constltutlui; .. prohlem In trans
liortiillon vastly Krcnlcr than that
ndved by Japan In the case of Itussla,
win re it luul control of the seas In
whkh It operated. A lamllni; on the
racllle I'oast wouhl only be the IicrIii
nli.i: of dllllcultles, and Jap.... wouhl
be bankrupt before she could secure
it foothold lie.e. I'llially, III Hie war
Willi Itussla Jai..n had the Kympalhles
of the Wcdein powers, whkh would
he all tmulnxt lur hi Hip case of war,
I wllh the United States. This is sound
reiooulu,; Smb. at least, are HipI
nreseut touscrvativo calculations of
Desp itches to It. (I Dun .v Co, In
dicate n spoiled trade situation, en
l.irred o,n rations In some sections
hi-hu: i.rmt hy u tendency toward
...letliess hi others.
21S5 c.lllorlal momi 2256
business ofllrr. These nro the trln
l.l.iuir numbers nf Dip II ul In tin.
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i V XiS
THE value of advertising is pretty generally
accepted among business men now. It is
only necessary to tell the people what yoil have to
sell and get their faith in the truth of your state
ments, If the thing Is light and you can convince
them it is for their benefit they will not hesitate to
"A lie has short legs, but truth walks over the
housotops" Is an old Spanish provorb that should
serve as a warning for every inexperienced adver
tiser. The great thing, after getting the attention
of the prospective customer, is to gain his confid
ence, The experienced advertiser knows that lie
must be extremely careful not to overstate or de
cieve. Deception is a boomerang that surely
comes back to its souice. Overstatement pio
duces distrust which Is exceedingly difficult to
If you would be a permanently successful ad
vertiser, start with a plan,
Never exaggerate nor in any way deviate from
the truth. Select adveitising mediums that will
give you the greatest circulation for the least
money, and use plenty of space,
Follow this plan consistently and firmly year in
and year out,
If you have used good judgment in selecting
goods the people want, at right prices and if your
store service is attentive, courteous and accom
modating, you will build up a "good will" in the
community that cannot be shaken,
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