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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 9ATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
jCO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday.
f MEMBER OF THEASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
.Wallace R. Fakkinuion,
Per Motilh, inwhrrelu U 3 .71
Per QuAttrr, mirwht-te'ii VJA S.txi
r Vmr, n -hcre In US H,ou
Per VcMf, pD-tUtkl, .otttxn, .... . 13. oo
Tskl l auditorial Rooms,
I CSI. i3Uinej84, Office,
I mil hismnr thnn nnvlliino t
jtheso tilings, sorrow, misfortune
my door, I am in the house and
f Delegate Kuhlu will tio on llio spot
to tap the psjchologlc.il momt'iit, iiny
vay. Ej We're sorry Formosa bail that ty-
Plilinnn. hut It rnrlnlnlv In mii 111-ulml
jtliat blows linljoily good.
V .. . ... . . . ..
ureal rejoicing n.is .-iitciiiicii mo
plctory of woinan'n suffrage In Cnll
jfornla. That In, rejoicing among Mir
, Tlio eomorstoiio of the new library
Bis being laid today anil It Ik probably
y"too Into for sltc-shlners to suggest n
, That illorco decision has a lot of
''recently-parted couples "guessing
Isn't II about time that thn haphazard
stem of allowing almost iiioho.lv to
tissue mnrrlngo licenses lo Btopped '
W. W. Goodale's words of prnlKo for
the mosrpilloless Panama Canal zoi"
ought to stimulate Honolulu In wipe
otit tho Slogoni)ii Calnpus or wlrit
cvor the real name of that erllter I.
Ed Pollltz. tho createsl HUKitr liroph-
Ifet In captivity, would smile If ho
.should walk down Fort stioot now
. nnd soo the doubtful look on the facet)
Evof thoso who nro afraid of llo-iiliioty-K
The National (iu.iril of Hawaii !c
M'rvvn tho nico things that InspeUer
' Johnson of tho II. S. Army says about
"L rartlculaily In view of the dls
.lipnrtetilng clrcunibtancos 'iiulcr which
tho companies must ill 111.
.Tho board of flio underwriters has
Snoyct cut rates hut Is soon roIiir to
uTho. N. II. Tho foicRolnR lino is
'kept "standing"' In tho composing
room for use from llmo to time. It
has already ilono extended service
Some of the Oriental editors say the
Chinese war news Is exaggerated
They lmvo said so from tho first and
the, fuel that every day tho news is
confirmed and strengthened does not
teem to strike thein uk remarkable.
What's hecomo of tho German
French war scaro? Wo'vo been so
busy chasing Imperialists down tho
Ynnglso Klang valley und trying- to
laud "an urnied forco in Tripoli that
.wo'vo almost forgotten whether Mor
occo Is a country or n binding for tho
'Edison, tho great Inventor, Is back
. Is America with tho statement th it
ho didn't seo anything better abroad.
Ho also says that America Is fur bo
hind the world In her highways. Tho
'French bavo learned that the best
f.iouilH pay best, and that little lesson
Ills Hawaii as well.
' Whllo they nro trying nt Washing
ton to settlo tho futuro site of tho
nrmy post, let's be making overy part
of tho ety sanitary and helping Brig-
ndler-llenornl Macomb establish n
record-breaking reputation for this
port ns tho healthiest that IT. S. sol
diers hnvo over been In,
Not all of tho sugar men nro of Mi"
1 ' "Do you read much?"
"Yes, I am very fond of reading."
1."Hhvo you lead liny of Shako-
"Oh, I havo read all of his worko
that is, unless bo has written some
From an mlvt of a clrpus: c
"Teddy will talk, wrestlo and ilrlnk
till ho becomes Intoxicated. Tho al
most human iulnlllirencn shown by
this bear is beyond- comprehension."
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
In Sli Monto ,Au
Per Year, toywheielD U.S .. .. I.imi
Pet Year anywhere n CanftiU, t.fto
Pet Veur t-"U,d) (oui(D , 2.to
emettrt ! llit Postoflicc ai llomiiiilil
M fleitrail-cltsf tn.ttcr
OCTOBER 21, 1911
lint mil hnnnnn In mn. All
and suffering, are outside
I have the key; Charles F,
opinion that Hawaii has to hae the
entire present tariff to tin able to ex
ist. Soma of them figure on being
able to get nlong on less profits. Hut
there Is no division of opinion on the
feeling that any tarllf revision should
bo mailo as an economic anil not a
NO HtLF TO FREAR NOW.
Governor Knur's administration at
this critical time is In no wise being
helped by the storms breaking pcren
nially around tho devoted head of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
iTtim what Beenis to be a general
public sentiment in Hllo, Campbell is
not rated very high from the stand
point of a public servant who is sup
posed to guard the public Interests
primarily. Hllo people are openly
charging him with had faith In tho
matter of his plans for developing the
section of land In the vicinity of
Iteeds Hay and Knhlo Hay. His
plans. It seems, are to grant to the
Hllo railroad company a right of way!
IhrouRh the middle of the new street
designed to form a connecting link
between Front street and the proposed
Campbell Is charged with having
icttled this plan without referring It
lo tho public at Hllo for any general
expression of community sentiment.
And us Is usual with public officers
who proceed without taking tho pub
lic Into their confidence, he Is bitterly
It Is, however, no new thing for
Campbell to bo assailed, cither on tho
grounds of Incompetence or of failure
to consult tho wishes of tho people
who nro paying his salary as a pub
lic olllccr. Tho feeling against the
reappointment of Governor Frear Is
due, In a very Important degree, lo
the administration of tho Department
of I'ubllc Works.
The last legislature was a critical
olio for Campbell, then Commissioner
of Public l.'inds. There were Incip
ient Investigations of his olllro brew
log throughout tho session, and ono of
them was pretty well advanced. The
klckn from homesteaders against his
conduct of tho land oflleo were many
In tho minds of a great many of tho
Governor's opponents, tho failure, of
tho Territory lo advance during tho
last four years along tho lines of de
velopment of a houe-ownlng popu
lation Is very largely duo to tho fact
that tho Governor rotnlned In ofllcn a
man whoso policy as n whole has been
regarded as no morn cffectlvo than
his engineering work Is efllelcnt.
THROUGH BRITISH EYES.
Hrlllsh comment on tho arbitration
treaties, revived now by tho approach
lug session of Congress and the prnh
ability that tho Senate will amend
the treaty In soma of Its most Import
ant features, has been aroused by tho
vvldoly divergent views held by Pres
ident T.ift and Col. Itooscvclt.
Willi a broadness of editorial uttor
anco which may bo regarded as un
usual at least, the Uindnn Times' cor
respondent at Washington lcccntly
over hero today and offered to tunc
little Lucy's piano."
"Great' Did you lot him do It?"
"No, dear. Ho wanted "to tmio It
with an ax."
Ho Do you still fcol angry with
Mho I desplso you! I abhor you!
I huto you!
Ho Then perhaps you'd better
break your engagement to accompany
mo to tho opera. '
She Oh, I don't hate you so much
cabled his paper what nmounts to n
caustic criticism of Itoosovelt's ac
tion, lie Inlliniiles that Kooscvelt Is
trolling the subject not solely from
n diplomatic or n numaniinrinn stand
point, but is Indulging In personali
ties. Of the two men and their latest
tpiotatlnns on tho treaty, tho Tlmca
"Seldom has tho clash between Mr.
Taft and Mr lloosovelt been so sharp
as In their latest pronouncements lip
on the Aibltrallon Treaties. While
tho President In his Hartford speech
almost passionately protests against
tho action of the Scnnto Committee
on Foielgn nidations, tho ex-1'resl-dent,
through the columns of the Out
look, vehemently declares that the
path nlong which his successor Is
anxious to lead the people Is tho path
of Insincerity, folly, sentimentality,
and danger Mr lloosevelt Is careful
to say that his remarks apply not to
the Aibltrallon Treaties already
signed, hut to tho proposal lo mako
similar ones with other nations. lie
has nothing but pralso for tho Bcnatc's
reasoning Tho first article of tho
Trealy spells hopeless confusion from
the vagueness of Its terms, nnd tho
third clause of the third article "Is
illlllcult to chnrnclcrlzo truthfully
without being offensive. General Ar
bitration Treaties are, nt best, prom
ises 'which 'appeal to sentimentalists,
who nro never safe ndvlsers," and who
exaggerate their Importance to n ludi
crous degree. That remark, It would
seem, can only bo meant for ono per
son. "Whether or not Mr. Taft replies di
rectly to Mr. Itooscvclt, It Is certain
that his feelings will bo deeply
wounded by this merciless onslaught
on a project so dear to him. It Is also
certain that Mr. Itooscvclt has ilono
his best lo carry tho question of tho
Treaties out of tho sphere of elrcnles
Into that of polemics, If not of pcr
Minnlltles." LAYMEN TO HOLD
(Continued from Page 1)
"Luncheon will bo berved In thn
games halljjf tho Y. M. C. A. on Mon
day. Entrance by tho Adams lane
doors. Delegates who may not'hsvu
lecclved their certificates by Monday
morning should notify Arthur 0
Smith, deputy nttornoy-gencral. wtho
will have their certificates with him
ill. tho door."
In addition to the program already
printed. It Is of Interest to noto that
the Tuesday afternoon session win see
meetings nil over tho city. Delegates
arc to meet at their own places of
assembly. Central Union delegates
will meet nt Ihilr p.irlBh house, Bpls
copal delegates at St. Andrew's parish
house, the Hnwnllan congregations at
Knuiuakaplll church, tho Methodists at
their parish house, membors of tho
Christian church at their parUh house
Mid Portuguese Protestants nt their
The program In full Is as follows:
Y. M. C. A. hall, 12 noon, October
Invocation, ttcv. Doremus Scudder,
D. D.; luncheon; hymn' "Come Thou
AlmiRhty King;" prayer for missions
and for unify of God's people," tho nt.
ltev. II. H. ncstarlck, bishop of Hono
lulu; address, Chas. A. Gunn, Into ex
ecutive secretary, laymen's Mission
ary 'Movement: hymn, "Publish Glad
Tidings;" benediction, Rev. R. 13.
Tho endorsement of our
milk by the matron of the
Kaulkeol.nl Children's Hos
pital is that of an expert
and Is confirmed by hun
dreds of mothers whose
children are being fed on
Obtained from healthy
cows handled under sani
tary conditions subjected
to an electric treatment
our milk is a food In health
and a medicine In, sickness.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Travelling in a Circle
Buy a Home
A 9.Room Home, - $ 4,000
An 8-Room Home, - 3,000
A 1 2-Room Home, - 13,000
on listed stocks or on Improved
W buy and stall Stocks and
Bonds, and maks Invsstmsnts for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WH SHAM. DE PLEASED TO
BishopTrust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:30 p. in., Monday,
October 23; R. II. Trent, chairman.
Hymn. "The Son of God Goes Forth
to War;" prayer. Itev. D. C. Peters,
Hibject "The Field Is the World;" ad
dress, "China; It's Need of Christ,"
ltev. Kong Yin Tet; hymn, "Fling Out
tho Banner;" aiMress. "Japan and Ko
rea; "Their Need of Christ," tho Hon.
Otto G. Foclker; hynin "Jesus Shall
Helen;" benediction, ltev. II. K. Poo
poo. Third Session.
Tuesday. October l!l, 4:30 p. in.
Delegates will meet nt their own
places of assembly, by communions,
to consider what tliryhavo done for
missions In the past, and determine
on a program for the future, to bo
reported to the convention at (bo ses
sion that night.
Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:30 p. nt.. Tuesday
October 21. Missionary mass meet
ing; chairman. A, F. Griffiths.
Hymn, "All Hall tho Power of Jesus
Nnmo;" prncr, Rev. Soaros; reports
from various denominational meetings
Homes for Sale
Very attractive new bungalow. Mod
ern In every particular.
8tory and a half house near Punahou
New modern bungalow. Magnificent
'view) two blocks from car line.
All thn above nt attractive prices to
bona fldu purchasers. Liberal terms of
Fort and Merchant 8treets
Is Important as a buslnese factor.
Office open on week days from 7 a.
m. to 630 p. m. on 8undays from 8
to 10 a. m., and until 11 every night
for ships' messages.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
of tho afternoon; hymn, "Hlcst Ho tho
Tio That Binds;" address, MHjor A.
M. Davis, U. S. army, chairman, cen
tral cooperating committee; Doxology;
benediction, Itov. 11. II. Parker.
A favorable wireless tins hcon re
ceived from Sir. Charles A. Gunn who
Is lo speak nt this new meeting. He
Is fully conversant with tho move
ment nnd Is prepared to stir up a
great deal of enthusiasm and Intercol
in tho local convention Tboso who
know Mr. Gunn nro looking forward
with pleasure to this meeting.,
Tuesday ovcnlng n great missionary
mass meeting will bo held nt willed
Major A. M. Davis, the father of tho
movement In Ilnvvall will sum up re
sults of the convention.
All of the meetings of the conven
tion with tho exception of the deno
minational meetings on TiiCBday aft
ernoon will ho held at tho Y. M. C. A.
The auditorium of tho Y. M. C. A. hut,
been handsomely decorated for tho
tonventlon. One of the featuros by
which each church may know J ml
what It Is doing In comparison with
overy other church will bo a big sta
tistical banner. The gathering of these
statistics has taken much timo and
rnrc- - i. $
Tho delegates are ns follosy
YBn DO YOU KEEP A DOQ? AaWf
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS fWi
Rev. R. H. Smllh, R. II. Trent, J. M.
Martin. Charles Nettle, J. A. Lyle, M.
C. Johnstone, Arthur Hudson, O. H.
Walker, C. K. Arledgo, J. Daugherl).
Dr. D. Scudder, Robert Anderson,
Robert W. Andrews, Frank C. Athcr
ton, Kilwln Ilenncr, Chester Blacow,
Win. A How en, Win. 8penccr Howcn,
Wlll.ird K. Brown, a. Fred Bush, Win.
R. Cnstle, Dr. A. II. Clark, C. II. Cot
trill, Chas. II. Dickey, II. F. Dilling
ham, Harold G. Dllllnghnm, Dr. N. II.
Kmcrson. Chas. W. Baldwin, C. 0. Col
Inls, Chas. T. Flits, Win. J. Forbes, A.
F. Griffiths, Chns. H. Frnzlcr, A. II.
Dondero, Hon. W. F. Frear, Win. 11.
Iloogs, Pcrley L. Home, P. C. Jones,
A. Lewis, J. C. Ncvlll, W. C. Parke,
F. W. Rider, Rchii W. C Shields, Dr.
J. M. Whitney. I. II. Beadle, Dr, Geo.
II. Augur, Geo T. Kluegcl, Geo. P.
Castle, P. M. Pond, A. L. C. Atkinson,
John Walcrhoiisc, Snm'l A. Baldwin,
Thomas M. Church, J. R. Gait, W. L.
Howard, Edgir Wood, W. A. Bryan,
F. (I. Krauss, Dr. W. C. Hohdy, A.
M. Meirlll, Mnrstnn Campbell, Win.
I Whitney, ltobcrt J. Pratt. II. K.
Hcndrlck, Dr. II. P. Nottage, Geo. W.
Paly, G. G. Irvvlnc, It. II. Hath, II.
Illckncll, A. F. Cooke, A. L. Castle,
Robert II. Thompson, Dr. W. G. Rog
ers, H. T. Chase, I. D. Canflo'd, Rev.
Amos A. Ehcrsole, J. M. McChesncy,
Paul Super, M. F. Rleo, Pi of. W. D,
Alexander, C. It. Collins, Dr. A. J,
Derby, R. R. Reldford, I. J. Warren.
Jos. P. Cooke. A. K. Urlnior, C. W,
Rencor, Jos. O. Oilman,
F. R. Trnnnuadii, A. Rndrlguos, Br
nest Soaies, Bernado Camora, O. P.
Soaros, John Frank, Rev. A. V, So
Rev. II. K. Poopoo, S. M. Kanaku-
nui, J. K. Kaucpuii D. K. Hoapill,
Win. Chung Hoon, Robert Fu'.ler, J
M. Utiinnhele, Joseph Woodward, Jno.
Nnlvvl, Daniel Kcaloha, I-npnna he
Rev. Y. T. Kong, Yap Seo Young,
Jnmes Y. T. 7.ane, II. B. F. Chung,
llnrry King, S. W. Chnng, M. Fj
Chung, A. St. C. Pilannla, J. Almoku
Donilnis, Chns. C. Copp. S. Mrheiiln
A. Karratl, J. Wlso. Henry Smith. N.
Fernandez, Joseph Knmakau, Alexan-
llor Llndbity, Jr., Geo. C Potter, A. D.
Cooper, W. R. Coombs, A. H. Kroll,
Rev. L. Kroll, Robert Calfon, II. 0.
Wlnklcy, L. M. Vcttlcsen, B. W. Col
ley, li F. Mclanphy, Geo. Davles, L.
T, Peck, II. M. von Holt, Thomas
Sharp, E. W. Jordan, Bishop Restnr
Ick, W. II. Sopor, J. II. Sopor, P. 0.
II. Doverill, Carlos Cacoros, Major A.
M. Davis, General Edward Davis, Can
on Anil, Arthur G. Smith, William
Thompson, li, M. Harrison, G, II. Ilut
tolph, II. II. Caitcr, Geo. E. Smithies,
W. A. Wall, It. B. Andorson, D. W.
Anderson, A. N. Campbell, CapL E.
II. Cook, John Efllnger, W. h. Bnriry,
Dr. O. Tucker Smllh, Dr. D. II. Cur
rle, M. 11. Webb, Frank Cleghom, II.
P. Wood, C. M. V. Forstor, D. Howard
Hitchcock, Clnrcnco I. Crnbllo, John
K. Clarko, C. F. Chllllngworth, Spen
eor lllckortnn, Alfred Y. !.cc, Clement
Pang, Androw Yoe, Alox, Heo, Rev,
W. B. Potwlno.
Rev. D. C. Potcrs, W. I Hopper. W.
0. Hall, G. N. Tuttlo, W. C. Wcodon.
thniiKb not yet SG years of age, has
taken n fifth husband.
WHOLE on FAMILY
(Continued from Page 1)
department, remained on board the In
fected vessel, as nlso did Deputy Col
lector of Custom Rodger Taylor and
several ollieers connected with tljo Fed
eral Immigration department. Arthur
II. Armltage, representing thn T. K. K.,
also visited the Hongkong Mnru with
thn customs and Immigration orllcrrs
this morning nnd Is likewise under de
tention mid iiunrnntlno pending n Hunt
leclslon as to the niituro of the Illness
found mi board the Infected liner.
Adordlng lo the olllelal documents
submitted by the Hongkong Maru olli
eers, Mint vessel had been fumigated at
Viili.iriilsii mid Miiitziiulllo, nnd at fcv
enil niber ports not spccllled by the ex
isting iiiaruntlne regulations.
In iiildltlnn to the onu hundred and
llfly Oriental passengers on liu.ir(I,
traveling 1" tho Far East, there nro' u
hull doi'ii cabin passengers.
The Hongkong Maru had no cnrV."
for Honolulu, but was obliged to call
here for between three ami four hun
dred tons of coal.
At 1:30 o'clock today the vessel wns
still at anchor, with no Immediate pros
pect of her coming Inside the harlor.
In event- nV the suspect having de
veloped yellow fever.lho Hongkong Maru
might bo In lino for at least a six-day
(liiarnntliie on the port, which period of
detention would presumably lie shared
by the party of local officers and others
who gained access to tho ship beforo
the real nature of tho malady was as
certained. Tlihv howevcrj Is not by any
Experienced press boy Is wanted nt
tho Bui lot In.
We don't need to tell anyono
who knows this store that wo
can souvenir them to a nicety.
Wo have a pretty complete list
of Mich things as
6POON8, BROOCH E8, FOB8,
8CARF PIN8, BUCKLES, ETC.
They are novel enough lo ap
peal to anyone and attractive
enough to be appreciated and
kept and remembered.
H. F. WICHM AN & CO.
"John, that man next door came
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