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EVENINP BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,
FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 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. Fakkinuton, - Eimior
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
MVHIMINtl IIUI.I UTIlN
rn Month, unvolitTC hi U S .... ,7
I ir U'outrf.niivwherc'iiUS ,,. 3io
ft rr, Aiv.'tKic In US ,..,.., M.oo
l.t Vcai, "mImk1, .alclitn I2.00
'fi i EZditorial Rooms,
I fS7l.) Business Office,
'I lie liol) passion of friendship Is ( supplying nil tlio plantation labor
so svtut unit sir.ul) unit liil timl needed hero during tho next year It
enduring a ii tt lire Hint II will list Is only u proposition of folio" Inn up
llirnugh 'I lie whole tl ft time if .not tlm most promising litioa energetical
asked In It ml inline. .Mark Inulii. j ly.
Uindnit gets u fast aero-mall ser-
lco now Cluer up, Kalmukll
In Auhurnd.ilc, Now York, tho lat- of Hawaiian attractions. When lla-
ist lunch It dropping in on jour wall guts right Into olio of tho grcit-
frli nils f loin mi aeroplane list natural tourist resorts or tlio
r "" world nml attr.ictH attention, business
A mailorder mesmerist In New men hero will not begrudge tho money
Hampshlru has Hitccveded In hpnotlz- turned out to tho Promotion Corn
lug a tow Tho next thing Is tin auto, mlttco
Mrs O II P llclmnnt Is respons
ible for the "farmerette" nun email
We hope the suffragettes will not bo
President 'Lift lias h.en niiiHilntid
ii n honorary mi mli r of of the i.ini-
nilaslon on weights and im.isures "lis
n lilting honor
The Maine was blown up front the
outside, fi)o the lalest report Of
course, wo will wait to get the final
verdict from llohsou
Premier Unifier has ihntiged his
mind iibotit quitting pitblk life 'I ho
new prime minister, llordcn, has not
been si en to smile since
A mtin with a rack in his heart
has been made as good as new in n
Now lerscy h.xpitnl Science Is lob
bing euu Jilting of Its terrors
Kaus.tK Is having thu dryest sum
mcr In ten years. According to re
liable wt other reports, the drought in
.Maine has been bioken li a in ijorlty
of tvvcnt-sic oles
Secretary llrasch of tlio Merchants'
Association Iihs hit upon a Utile and
jet a very Important improvement for
tho poslolliic A big clock In a con
spicuous place Is badly needed
.1 P Morgan is now accused of
"holding up ' thu Kaiser at a critical
point In the near-war gunc. It's
about time for somebody to nrcuso I
P. of butting Into this belt-road work
'I ho third "Seeing Honolulu" torn
takes place today Thu value of these
trips litis been so evident from the
first that they have ipilcklv romo to
be a feature of the general sanitary
It's about limn snmn of the really
dangerous nuto-spceders woro caught
by tlin police Speeding at any time
Is wrong; speeding at night thintigli
ciowdcd streets and whirling around
busy corners Is a crime.
Iletwcon tho boll-worm anil the
frult-lly tho Territory Is losing many
thousands of dollars viarly Califor
nia goes after tho frult-lly with u vim
Is Hawaii going to sen tho cotton In
dustry iitlnid bttauso of tho boll
worm? Some of tho newspapers of tho
count! y ttro having fun with Clifford
I'lnrhot, former chief forister, bq
causo he Is finally making a personal
ly-conducted tour of Alaska In tills
respect, tlio north country finds a
ready bvmpathUer In Hnwull.
With Iluropeans anxious to etimo to
Hawaii, Filipinos oncn mora headed
thin way and nil the lliisslaits avail
able tho float d of Immigration wishes
to bring, there should bo so mn way of
1 hear that (Iwennlo breiko off Iter Maud Would you call Ooity tlold-
engagement witli Mr Muuly because
hn tried to limit her enjoyments "
"Von; alio was ongtiged to two other
young men, and ho objected."
' Cnn't von tal.o mo fur n ride In
your'iinw ntitnmobllo not TIiiiimIh)?'
"Sorry, old cliup, hut . that'H mn
cook's da for u spin."
Iff Sit Mpntnn , 0) ,((u
Per Yt, njwhete in U s ,. ,, i.mi
Per Yen uiywhere n CsiimU. I.fto
Pet Vcsr pottlM'd. foiturn 3,nn
nlcrcd at tht Postoitrct ai II room In
M tMAt1ClftM lUkllCT
.OCTOBER 6, 1911
V W Thayer says tho I'lomotlon
Commlttio la doing Hplcntlld work In
giving llrlllHli Columbia neonlcan Idea
A FIGHT WON.
Decisive victory for Honolulu is tho
ii suit of tho slnrm of protest that
"r"'0 lluo wl,un " WI,H lciriinl, ipilto
chance publicly, that tjio surgcon-
Rnnonn propngc.i to motury tlio hen
cral ipmrnutlne rules and oxpouo this
port to yellow fuor perils
A little public airing, some mes
Mi,gcn to Washington, nnd an emphatic
statement of tho attitude, of Hawaii
mixed a hasty levels il of tho ord
ers Honolulu as a port of call is
unco more safeguaided
Hut while rejoicing in an unoMiccl
cdl) easy victory, this Is no time to
allow vlgllanro to relax. Tho deadly
vellow fever mosquito Is here, and If
Honolulu vvlsbit to rest untroubled by
tlio spectre of pestilence nnd death,
this cily must preface tho nap by
stumping out tho mostpiltn
Soma ijeoplo may say they'ro tired
nf so much autl-mosqtiltn talk. Aren't
you tired nf tho mosquito?
A CRISIS TO MEET.
That the young ami promising cot
ton llidustrv of tho Islands should
lomo In Its ptibept pass through lark
ol 1uOO with whit h to light thu boll-
worm ought to bo Incredible. Unfor
tunately, It isn't
Tho cotton-giowers fiom Hawaii
have been lighting a good fight witli
less encouragement than most exper
imenters for tho public good get. They1
have mado a praiseworthy effort to
establish cotton-growing hero on a
scalo that will ho prolltabla commer
cially. They havo pioneered tho way;
iiirricd on tho sntno kind of woik that
tlio Toriitory wul (ho Fedorul govern
ment aro spending ten times (3,000 to!
carry on In experiment stations; and
now some of them aro losing tho tight
for lack of a few thousand dollars
that will discover an enemy for tlio
Tho II it 1 1 o 1 1 n from tlmo to time
has called attention to tho effort tho
growers havo bcon making. Up until
rcccntlj, It appeared that pilvato sub
srrlptlon would tco tho fund through.
Mr. J. P. Cooko guaranteed $l,fi00
should tho other half bo raised, so
that it appears tho effort Is falling
really for lack only of $1,100.
l'rhato sources havo not respond
all In siifllclont strength and perhaps
they aro not tn bo blnmcd. lint if tho
Territory does not rlso to this crisis
In u small hut piomlslng industry, It
is not fulfilling Its public functions
Sometimes It tnkes un emergency to
shako a few dollars from tho public
coffers for a public purpoeo; ono of
theso crises Is hero now.
If tho Territory Is In earnest In Its
efforts to encourage small farming, no
better encouragement can bo given
than to underttiko a campaign against
tho boll-worm, nnd If It Involves Bond
ing nn entomologist to India to find a
parasite, send hltVl
bags a beauty?
May Well, p'rnps I might If I woie,
n young man, awfully poor, In debt
nnd utterly conscienceless
"Nature knew what she was doing
w lien sho dopilwd HIies (if ,i olco."
"How do von woik Hint nut?'
"What If a Ilsh had to cackle (iter
ovci egg It laid?'
How several people run die of ty
phoid fever, l' burled niul the Infec
tion spread to others wlllioiit nnynno
oulMliln the r.ilull knowing about It Is
tlio Htiito of things tli it 1'rrslilcnt l'rntt
of the Itoinl of Health Is to look Into
ilurlng Ills trip to Hawaii with Hurgcon
'I hi report of Inspector now man has
Jt reached the Hoard of Health, n
which Ih shown tlio ciiuso of the spread
and nlo tho steps that wi.ro taken to
stamp out and control tho recent out
break on Hawaii "As an oliject les
son It In n ery good K.imple," slid Dr.
I'mtt this morning
"About tho middle of July Inst a mi-'
tho woman wint up from Honolulu on
'.the Ktcanicr Mauna I.0.1 and landed ut
Kalluii otto Saturday morning, cnin-
plaining of being sick Tliq next lrl -
iliy sue men uer raiiier, wuo nurscu,.
her, was thru taken skk nnd tlhil alro
I'ollowhiK this her father's brother-lti-bivv,
who hid nursed the father, caught
the Infection and died. Then eiinotwo
little children, one six months old nnd
the other about a month, who hint
slikencd nnd died No doctor saw nn '
of the til, but l)r nnndluie, who wis
Just lenvlng the dl'trlct, sent them up
n bottle of medicine when they sent
down for It
'.'All of thein were hurled without a
permit and In u cave on tho hillside
'About 1G0 feet away from the first
house lived the man who nursed the
brnthcr-lii-law' vheu he win llrst taki n
sick die nlso was affecttil nnd moved
to nnother bouse some 250 feet nvvny
Ho died there, and thus Micro were
three bouses Infected.
I'nIlnuInK this the man who moved
htm was taken sick nnd wns moved
down to Knawaloa, mar the bench,
where ho died. Then n girl who lived
In one of the houses during the tlmo
between the death of the children and
that of the mnn In the second house
also lontractid the iIIsciimi ard dlid.
laving llrst of all been moved to Kn
'The llrst tint was known of It wns
when tho mm who had been taken to
Unawaloa died Dr. Hoss, who had
Just taken Or OooiIIiiio'h place, saw
him u few minutes beforo he died
'As soon as be knew what It was bo
rot to work and cor.illed alt tho people
w'o had been contacts In nny wny nt
nil Nine of theso duivo slnco devcl
opul the disease, hut nouo of them
"lUslibs the ones already mention-
id, there nro threo Japnnisc who lived
111 tho neighborhood Thiy contracted
tho disease through one of tin ill wash
lug the clothes of tho llrst man to get
sick Hither IIIch carried It to their
fond from the clothes or they got tho
girms on their hands and thus were
lufeclid They were taken to tho hos
This Is an Instance showing rlenrly
how tho dlsense enn spread Thero
was ii little colon) nf them living right
nn In tlin mountains nnd awnv from
Overjone. and that Is how It wns tint.
. . n.i ..i a i t
no mitt KI1PU lUlJUUIlK nmim liirill
am having the rules In regard to re-
nnrth.ir nil leiiths nrlntid In llawnllali
is printed In Hawaiian
nit It Is distributed
and will see that
among places like thli.'
Tho lunch or haneiuct (o 1'crcy
Hunter being ananged l thojlninli-Artmnd-tho-l'aclflc
largo and polglot proportions. It tle
pcmls upon the hour of the arrival
ot tho Makuru whether the affair will
be n lunch or a banquet. t
So far about a dozen tables icpio
scntlng different races or peoples of
the Pacific havo been Sokcn TorJ
A. W. l'erelstrotts has withdrawn Sl
hoija and Mnnelitirl.i from tho test of
(ho Asiatic continent and theso roiin
trles will havo n tnhlo of their own
to kolitia In tlin Hands Around work,
S. Shcba, has a largo list of pioni-;
Incut Japanese who wish to utt'iiil
i,iil 1'rof. J, W. Ollmoro Is getting
together tlioso In ll.iwjill who have,
lived In tho 1'lilllpplnes while V. A;
Brynn is rounding up tho South Son'
Islanders. Kvcry stnto In Australia
will ho rcpicscntcd, as will Now Zoa
land. California sons In llawa.1! will
havo a tahlo as will tho Not th west
At tlio HnndH-Arimnd mooting "I
tho public bcrvicu rooms at iioon tev
day was Inrgolv attended and tho lists
of tho peoplo fioin urotmd tho Pacific
are being mado out. Tlioso who nro
not members of tho club but who
have lived In or visited other Pacific
lauds, Including Latin America, aro
lequested to send In tholr nnniOH to
tho I'ulillt Service AhfocI itlnn rooms
on King street
Tho October grand Juiy term starts
Monday 'I he eao of the Lullehun
Ilitirtlcr coipes licfnio tin pi and It is
thought that Mc.Mahon's atlmnejs vvl)
put up n plea of Insanity. He comes
boforo Commissioner Davis tomorrow ,
Saturday, Oct. 7
At re o'clock Noon, at Office of Trent
Trutt Co, .Ltd.
I. THE COLLINS BUILDING
On iKIng Street. LeMthofd, t'A years
to run. Ground rental $800. Hat a
.rental value of about $2400
2. AGRICULTURAL LAND
91-3 Acres, at Kaimukl
3. A HOMeIn PAtAMA
On Kama Lane, No. 1310.
on property. Lot 80x80.
ALL THE ABOVE 'AT ACTION
Parttculare at Office of
TRENT TRlST CO, Ltd.
REALTY AUCTION SO.. LT0.
t M I"
on tlftted.itocki or on Improved
We buy and tell Slocki and
Bonds, and make investment! for
others In approved Trust Securi
WU SHALL Hi: ri.HASHD TO
WITH YOU ,
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd..
924 Bethel Street
Two ;oimg m. iiTTOleTrVfn be""mo
tut t nr tlilfttu iIkmi rli ii ii ti imtnnifi
hlle stolu. from u H. Auch.noody of
UvnnsiiH City at Kt. Joseph, Mo Crom
Kansas City at Kt. Joseph, Mo
remarks the nun mado It Is I
they stolo nutos In Chicago mid else
Win 11 While, nf Marlboro, Mass
71, euuimlttid sulci
throat in n WnuNhe
his daughter, Mrs.
Itxetcr, U. II
The leading homo-bullders .are ,buvinn their homestead
lots In the suburbs. Th;ro aro reasons why health, main
ly; then more beauti'ul surroundings! then more room
nbout the house and no mora of that "cooped-up" feeling
that comes with llvng in thoriqlelysettted part,s of town.
We are offering ots In the land o' PUUPUE.O varying
In area from half acre up to a.py sire ypp ,may suggest.,
and ranging In price from $1300.00 up acoo'dlng to ,the
size of the lot, you may select. ,
These 'lots have all the advantages of a downtown lo
cution, with the added features of a 'lower temperature,
beautiful view, best of neighbors and no unsightly part of
the city to travel through on your wi" to and fro,
FOLLOW THE LIAOERSI .and. secure a . piece qf.prpp
erty that is steadily advancing in value ,and at the sarpe
limo giving you an opportunity of 'ivirg ip the best part
uf the city.
Let us chow you that this Is trt e.
urn sujfl vuu
Now is the time to con
sult GUR.REY about
, nYOU CAN, SEND A
to your friends ai sea up to eleven
every ninht. For other messages the
office is open from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
on week days, and from 8 to 10 a. m.
A Crate of 81x S.lecled Pines or a
Large Bunch of Banana
Simply leave your order we do ,the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANV
(With Wells. Famo Express Company)
The tor) that her husband's ghoit
visits her homo nightly, origin ttlug
with children In tho neighborhood.
stirred the wrath of Mrs. W. Oster-
'mnn nf M 1 mil ilin rntlHO.1 tlin up-
'nn "f " Un"- "''? ." -'. ' , ' ..
rest of Mrs Mary O'Toolo nnd Mrs.
i:iluhctti Schmidt when she learned
they were elaborating on tho chlldrcn'H
A receiver In bankruptcy took chaigu
ii ..iiiriiior ., Ai..".f , inilM f KcBlnald II.' Ward of,
2S :tyt,"To,ne,of;'-'"' tH. former "eopper king- and
T. V. N'lckcrsou, ut J great-grandson of dncriil Arteuiusl
I Ward of revolution iry fame.
Educational Work To Be On
Larger 'Scale This
Tho announcement of a scries of
educational olasscs which shortly will
begin wurjt tinder llio nu'plqcs of tlio
Young Woman's Christian Associa
tion, hvspcakn n growing Intuicst on
tlio part of tho young working women
or tho city, and a Kcncrnl branching
out of tlio work of tho association.
Last season outsldo Interest wns con
fined to n gymnasium class and a',
small organization for tho study of
Shakespeare. Lttttlo progress was
made, hut nt least tho nucleus for n
stronger cnurso of Instruction was
formed, nnd It Is believed lh.it tho
qnd of tlio present year will sec re
sults of a most satisfactory nature.
Tho study of Shakespeare Is to bo'
gone Into a larger sale this fnson
and tlio program as announced today'
cnlls for n meeting every oilier
Tliursdnv afternoon at 3 o'clock In
tlio association rooms In tho Hoston
Arrangements have nlso been mado
lor n Travel Study class. Tills will
meet every alternate Tuesday even
ing, tho first meeting for tho season
ill, lunu pi-ieo iiesiiuy ove'iiuiK ni iiuai
.wcck. until mis anil tne KniKospcaro
class will ho conducted by Miss Mo
ver, Hie goncrnl secretary.
The Illhlo rlnss will be under tho,
leadership of Mrs. W. C. Wccdon. No
date will be announced for the meet
ings until n conference of the mem
bers lias been hold. It Is prnbablo,
.however, that this class will meet
each I'rldny evening at tho Home
stead. Dr. W. C. llobtlv will meet with
(ho "First Aid to tlio Injured" chsx
each Tuesday evening nt 7:30 o'clock
on tho ground floor of the Kllohnnii
Art League building, corner neretanln
and Miller Btrccts. The first meet
ing will bo on Octobqr 1.7.
Kvcnlng classes for the study of
stenography, typewriting, bookkeep
ing, etc, will nlso ic formed In tho
Immediate future This classes will
Of Pure Milk
That the users of
milk are appreciating
the success of our
efforts to furnish
only pure, healthy
milk is clearly showp
by the constant ad
ditions to our list of
Our cows are per
fectly healthy, and
the milking and
handling Is done up
der the most sanitary
conditions. When the
milk reaches our
depot on Sheridan
Street it Is treated by
an a.dy,anced electri
We deliver only
I Cure Com
1 ,H ,.
itlpatlpn. XBHT I
t Blood. flBL I
1 1 Stomach and Wver BLniBiBW I
l Regulator. , efeLLKI
ff 'I' '
A itmplf, aafe inl rtttciire ttrumtnt tor bron
(Mttirmbtri. iroldlni tfrius ipotUfd Ciw.
If rf tmp the jjiifoif mi of hooptnt Couth ind
tfltfffl Ctnup it ontf. Il t lomflrifn
horn Alhmi. The alt ltrStlti tinntV ntUfp.
lie, Intplifd with rtttr hr?th rntttifcrrtiMitc
fiTt innihfl the Mte Ihfflit ni Itftpl tti touth.
murine frithi. night. It lllntuble tomoltif il
Sen ut pniiai tot affcnpure nnnn
Ttf Crnn AttttMftH
ifMl Jetfri-t lot ine
lulltifd thrr.it Thff
ait imfl, eJIftlUe an4
antltrptlcs Ol your
dtllil ot fiomua, 10c.
hi COfHeTHtt m , n y,
meet on dales most convenient lo tho
members. The amount of tlmo given
to theso studies nlso depends upon
tho size of tho clnsscs. ,
Kull pirtlcnlnrs concerning tuition,
etc. in.i be had by calling at tho as-
toelatlon rooms on the fourth floor
of tlio Ilosltm building any day be
tween the hours of 9 n. in. ami I
Knowing that this Is the nen-
fr son of tho year that Mima mcr-
chants consider "dull," 1 nskctl
one of our lending merchants u
fow leading iiuostloiig that 1 hard- 4
ly expected hint to answer, still
1 was not surprised when ho did
answer them, nnd this Is wli.it ho
. "Tradqmnrk goQils, vvhlcli uie !
advertised, ulwnys sell well,
vvhllo those manufactured anil
sold through Jobbers do not al- !
ways go as vvoll.
"It looks," ho continued, "nn
If niailufactiirors who liniwil to !
establish and retain trade would
havo to specialize, brand thcli
product nnd iidvcrtbju It " !
That merchant H right. This
Is nn ago of specialization, l'co- !
plo want to know what they nio
buying Tiicy want what tlicj !
buy to bn stamped O K. by nn !
O. K. dealer, mill backed up bv !'
that dealer. Tho peoplo want
flved prices, too iiusonablo
! prices of course, but they want
to feel that thoy can bank on
both the article and the stability
of its price
Tlio only wny a pierchaut can !
build up ami hold a business Is
to handle n Tollable, nrtlclo, ml-
.vcrtlso It as such, and do the
advertising In a paper that goes
, Into the community whero tho
urtldo Is In demand. Tho eon-
sum Is naturally tlio ono to up-
peal to with advertising, nnd tho
consiimei Is found In thu homo
whero tho evening papei' Is al- !
vvajtt found Use tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n !
Weakly Hallntla El nor wi
Copper - Plate
liNcels in Correct
ness of Design and
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