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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 23, 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.
Wallack R. Fakkinoton, - Editor
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Common sense in an uncommon degico is what the world
calls wisdom, Coleridge,
The ")cllo peril" seems to bo com.
Ing from the wrong side!
Kill the mosquito, swat tliu lly, mill
drop tliu knockers mcr the Pull.
Apparently there nro going tn ho
sonio Atnerlran warship maneuvers In
Chinese waters this fall, nnywny.
It's almost ns mtich troiilile follow
ing Aviator HodgcrH down through
Texas ns It Is the Italian ann In Tri
poli. Tor people who "smllo" nt Kuhlo's
ihargcs, Governor Froar's friends are
shun Inn some strange activity In the
If nbsenco makes the heart crow
fonder, sumo of the ItM Illegal ill
forces grunted licio will not hau to
bo done nil over again.
Dr. Jordan's world-pcaco propagan
da ought to come In useful In the
Yatigtso valley now It's too bad he
had (o hurry liacl; from the Orient.
Speaking of Americanizing the army
mid navy, why not let loose some of
the Amerlc.iulrers on the Fast Side
In New York iintl the stock) aids dis
trict In Chicago?
Undo Sam took only about ak
months to scttlo upon the site fur the
greatest coaling station on tho Pn
clllc. Now If It had been tho Federal
building site " -
Two great contracting flims of the
mainland havn Just sent their lepie
sentutlvcs here. Wu presuuie It Is to
Join the contractors' combine dlscov
crcd by tho murning paper.
Mrs. Ilooth Tarklnglon, wife of the
famous novelist, has llleil n divorce
suit, alleging cruel t) Well, Tarklng
lon may console himself with the
thought tlint he Is wedded to Ills ait
When Clifford I'lnchot, tho eminent
tonseratlonlst, hoars that this Ter
ritory has had two timber-cutting con
troversies In two months ho will buy
a ticket on tho llrst steamer fur Ha
waii. Hawaii Is sometimes accused of go
lug too far In puhlle matters One
matter on which It is impossible to
go too far Is in entertaining tho tour
ists hero this winter and providing
something besides scenery mid cli
A well-knnnu anil hlghlj-icspected
hiisiuess man of Honolulu says that
.lames It. Carllcld, former Secretary
of tho Interior, would not bo a bad
choice If an outsider should bo sent
to govern Hawaii. .Maybe not; but
let's patronize homo products llrst.
Tho morning paper feels abused be
cause It doesn't know what tho belt
load commission Is doing. And jet
Chairman Adams lias statcil openly
that any reputable tltlcn can get any
legitimate information ho desires from
tho commission. Of course, this lets
some pcoplo out
Tho laymen's Missionary conten
tion that began today Is iiiiulo up of
men who stand for u Christianity
broader than di nnniliiatlonallsm. They
stand for progiess In their churches.
They halo dry-lot llko sin, and realize
"Ilorrow money from jou? I should
say nut! Can you Imagine anything
ninro Impnssibln than my borrowing
money from you 1"
"Yes; paying It buck."
"How much do I get for this Job If
I (alio It?"
"You will get Just what you mo
"Well, I can't work for-that price."
WKUKLV MJUl.l.fl TIN
ri r.i Momn ,ao
rt Yesf, tnywhtit in US.... I.exl
Per Ytt uiywherr n Canada, I. Ho
Pet Yr pnatia'd, loiilin 3.txi
ntned at lh Poilorho ai llonoiblu
ai aeLoudlaaf raatlrr
..OCTODER 23, 1911
that the mission of the gospel Is pro
Kiesslvo and not reactionary. It Is
to be hoped that Honolulu men mid
women will ciowd tho tomrntlou hall
In the now V. M. C. A. building.
A RECORD TOJE GUARDED.
It Is evident from the arrival of a
JapancM' liner lieie fioiu Smith
Ameilenii ports bringing a yellow fc
er rase, and from tho statements of
local representatives of Jlio public
health mid maiinc hospital service,
that Honolulu Is not fully protected
from the die.ided "jellow Jack" even
with fumigation carried out nt tho
Central and South American ports.
Such being tho case, the only wise,
the only safe course. Is for Honolulu
to scttlo upon some lino of action
that wilt lead to additional tnfe
Ktiaids. Now is the time tn strike, while the
Surgenn-Ccncrnl has still flesh In his
mind tho lecent vlgoious protests
uilccd hero against a proposed modi
licatlon of the iuarnntlno laws, mid
whllo tho second case within a year
Is actually here. Now Is the time for
united action, fur a decision as to
what additional precautions nro need
ed and for conceited effort on tho
part of Federal olllclnls hole, tho
Governor, tho Hoard of Health mid tho
commercial organizations to sco that
those precautions nro obtained.
In tho faco of tho really grao dan
ger; this Is no tlino for tho cvor-rc.idy
band of "knockers" to stmt up their
nauseating chorus. It's a time when
tho community ought to meet In coun
sel mid after duo deliberation demand
and get tho protection this port
Nounnlly, Honolulu Is tho healthiest
port on the r.iclflr, iib healthy a port
ns any In the world so fur ns Infec
tious diseases nro concerned. Today
tills city, and tho whole Territory, Is
in nn admirable condition of health
Wo hao problems In sanitation to
work out, but not problems of malaria
or yellow fecr, mid now Is the time
to seo that those pioblems never arise
Honolulu deserves the reputation It
has made aiming tourists of being a
tropica. at least a snli-tioiilc.nl,
city where ono need fear no 111 Wo
want no "yellow fcor scare" here,
and tlinnk goodness, wo haven't any.
IS HEARD FROM
At last tho Hands Around the I'a
cllle has heard from Percy Hunter, and
bo will be In Honolulu but a day His
li-ttri to Alexander Hume I'ord of the
Mhl-Pacllle Magazine, ntelvul this
morning, Is largely n wall that tho
tickets via Hawaii mo not Interchange
able. Ho s.i):
"London, Sept 2S, 1911.
"Dear I'ord: Again tho bothersome
steamers from Kim Francisco run so
badly that I mil precluded from spend
ing u few days with ou on tho way
down. I have been kept hero by Hu-
lope'iiu work lunger than I thought and
shall simply have to race through
America to Join tho Zcalandla at Van
couver November 1 I wished totrnv
, I from San rrnnelsro, but could not
liuiUe a ciiuurcthm for which I could
"You ought to hear mo sing. 1
know I have a good volte. All I need
Is a dial."
"That's all any criminal needs."
"What Is reciprocity, anyway?"
"It's getting yours without letting
tho other fellow get Ills. Theie mo
nil kinds of leelproelly Irish reci
procity, for Instance, whine one good
punch descnes another."
spare time The tickets lire not Inter
(h.inguiblo Willi Matsoti line, mill I
should have to .iy full fare t'tr:t. I
illil nifl tnlml that at nil, in three or
four iI.ij.m In Honolulu I well worth It,
Hut jou enti Hie limv It Intirfcics with
the Irulllc What In wanted If a con
nection giving ii four-day spell and mi
Intel changeable tkkct I inn forming
a linimh ot the Hands Around the Pa-
illle lure, with Hlr tleorgo Itehl in)
lliinlor In prnhahlv In New York city
b lids time mill w 111 mill next Wed
nesday week from Vancouver. The
li.imiiipt Tor which nil the elaborate
ineiiiiH were printed will ho served on
the arrival of the Kcnlitlidi.l on Wed
neilny, November S, mill the cards or
Invitation prclouly liml will he
nxid on thin occasion.
OE YOUNG BEARS
(Continued Irom Pg 1)
Chinese trcnty ports, thence down to
tho Federated Malay States, Singa
pore being mi objective port. I will
leturn to the United States by the
way of Ceylon, the Suez canal mid the
Mr. de Young staled that Ills com
mission does not call for representa
tion at any American port, mid for
this icasoii wlillc lie Is not In the
least reluctant to talk about tho I'aii-
nui.i-l'ailflc exposition, ho is u visitor
at Honolulu today In the capacity of
a tourist and sightseer.
is Commissioner to the Orient, Mr.
do Young Is armed with an Interest
ing array of data. He bears cicden-
tlals and Icttcis to foielgn rulers and
potentates which authorize him to per
form tho duties of his olllcc.
lie Yimiie Is KiitliiisliMlr.
"The I'anania-I'nclllc International
exposition Is destined to bo the great
est undertaking of modern times." In
delineating on the big show, Mr. de
Young waxes enthusiastic. Ho abounds
In good cheer and on the trip down
ft oin San Francisco was always tho
tenter of tin Interested group of bus
iness men and also members of the
great cnglneeilng party.
"Subset Iptlnns nro now coming in
nt a most gratifying rate," detlared
tho commissioner to a 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
representutlio. Mr. do Young looks
upon tho exposition as an expensive
but a unique Investment by tho citi
zens of San Francisco and tho Slate
of California, lie believes that Ihu
giound-hrcnklng exercises wore the
olllclal beginning of tho work upon
the exposition and were a great suc
cess, and even though It Is known that
the plans are not entirely completed,
Mr. do Young sulil: "Wu lire sure
that wo hao broken tho ground untl
tho start, Is mndo. Tho ground-breaking
exorcises gao us tho opportunity
to let tho world know that tho expo
sition directors had really stinted tho
work on building tho exposition. Tho
exercises were carried out In such a
way as to reflect credit on tlio exposi
tion management. It gao me worm
nn Impression of tho luiincnso Bcopo of
the exposition Itself..
Tho exposition Is looked upon by
California business Interests as a
meat and expensive effort In llio
greatest exploitation and ndwrtlslng
schenio evur doused by luuiiKinii, ac
cording lo tho opinion licld by Mr. elo
It was Just on tliu oo of his do
iinrlure fiom San Francisco that Mr.
do Young wns honored by tho appoint
ment of commissioner. At turn inno
n into ot thanks wns proposcel ami
given to Mr. do Young for tho ef
ficient manner In which bo had di
rected tho oxerclses and nrrniiged tho
iletalls of tho program ror tlio enter
taliunent of 1'ieshlcnt Taft.
Tho endorsement of our
milk by the matron of the
Kaulkeolanl Children's Hos
pital is that of an expert
and is confirmed by hun
dreds of mothers whoso
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.
$400.00 Given Away
We will present purchaser of one of
our properties in Kallhi with $400 to
make the first payment on a property
which we have
For Sale at
There are two lots planted in grass,
shrubs, trees. House has 7 rooms and
is modern (near cars).
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. W13 SHALL Hi: I'l.HASHD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
024 Bethel Street
The distinguished newspaper pub
lisher wns it visitor at Honolulu about
ono year ago, while returning from n
trip to tho Orient The do Young
party continues the Journey In tho
Manchuria, sailing at S o'clock this
(Continued from Page 1)
pr, ferine lit of formal charges affecting
his iidmliiNtratlon of affairs. lie, found
nothing upon which to hasu nn Inves
tigation. For that reason, ho said,
nothing would bo dono nt present.
When President Taft returns to this
city, on November 1, Secretary Fisher
unlit, he would tako tho matter of se
lecting a governor for Hawaii up with
At present, Secretary FWicr said, a
Inrgo number of letters ltao been re
Very attractive new bungalow. Mod
ern in every particular,
Story and a half house near Punahou
Kaimuki- -9th Ave.
New modern bungalow. Magnificent
view) two blocks from car line.
All tho uhove at nttrnctlvo prices to
bona lido purchasers. Liberal terms o(
Fort and Merchant Streets
Is important as a business factor.
Office open on week days from 7 a.
m. to 5:30 p. m. on Sundays from 8
to 10 a. m., and until 11 every night
for ships' messages.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
eelved In the Interior department, from
all classes of people In Hawaii, rec
ommending the reappointment of tlov
ernor Friiir Ho fur as ho oouhl re
member offhand, Delegate Kulilo Is tho
only man of prominence formally pro
testing iiRiilnst tho retention of Gov
ernor Frenr, Ho said no other candi
date had been endorsed or suggested.
Tho term of Oo crnor Frenr, accord
ing to Mr, KIslicr'H recollection, will
cxplro December 11. Thli, ho said,
would afford ample time for full dis
cussion of tho matter.
No protests hao been sent to tho
White House, .Mr Fisher said, except
11 letter from Delegate Kulilo, which ho
Imagines Is similar to tho ono received
(Continued from Page 1)
from shine, two parties Immediately
started out hi cnuoes In pick him up.
Meanwhile, young Campbell and
Oruy, by a piece of skilful and daring
VBn DO YOU KCEP A DOG? If
jj) DOG MEDICINE (If
Wi CURES ALL MANNER OF DISEASE 1
II ' IN DOOS, CATTLE AND HOR8E3 JM
BsBA MOST POPFI.AU AsHlfl
MSMl hi:.mi:dv in amiiuica imSm
ml Ben son, Smith & Co., Ltd., W
U FORT AND HOTEL STREET8 L
Ml sTHEREXALLfe l
fHgH S TOR EjJirfMl
work, succeeded In getting their craft
right ucross tho top of tho reef on a
breaker and Into safer wntcrs. Then
tlio Campbell boy performed Ills feat.
Ho got out of tho boat, ran nlong tho
rough reef until ho got opposlto tho
plaeo where, far out, his father wns
clinging to the skiff, nlid started to
While tho lads were bringing In their
sailing csscl, tho two canoes wcro
going out. In one of tlicin wcro W. II.
Hoogs, Frank ltoogs, his son; Chris
Jenkins and Walter I.ove. Dr. Alfred
I. ove started out In the other canoe, but
the swimmer could do more under tho
Young Campbell had taken oft Ills
suspenders, and his trousers, slipping
down nroiinil his legs, began tn hold
It I in back. Chris Jenkins Jumped oxer
board from tho ctinoe and as tho ln.il
came by, pulled off his trousers. Then
young CamplH'lt struck out for tho
skiff, swimming llko n duck, reached
the overturned boat, took tho painter
over his shoulder and swain back, tow
ing his father.
The two canoes soon reached them,
nnd Just In time, for Jenkins, who had
also swum part way out, and Campbell
senior were about all In, the latter be
ing exbaiixleil, and alt wero ery tired.
Campbell was In tho water at least
twenty minutes. They wero taken Into
Dr. Wall's canoo and from there to tho
Tho rcscuo was witnessed by many
peoplo along tho shore. It Is about as
close 11 call to death as 11 man over has
and escapes, and Campbell's friends to
dny are congratulating hhn on his es
eapo mid the pluck of his son. Ho was
down at his olllco for n short time, still
fueling tho effects of tho strain.
(Continued from Page 1)
Tho party of mining engineers will
not extend their tour bejnntl Japan, ac
cording to statements of Secretary Jo
seph Struthcrs of New YuiK, who said
this morning that It was tho Intention
to follow 1111 Itinerary which Included
a stay In the Inland empire extending
'from November 3 until departure from
Yokohama oil November 21,
Tho putty will lslt Yokohama, To
klo, KHinakuru, Kn11, Osaka, and there,
embark for KhlKn Inland, thence on to
MoJI, tho seat of extensive coal mining,
also Khlmonesckl, and then back to
Yoknliitnin by special truln.
Arrangements hao been made to
lslt tho KoMuka copper mines, which
nro about four hundred miles north of
Toklo. Following this excursion tho
party will call lit Hitachi, where ex
tensive copper Interests are found.
At Koto tho party will proceed to
the Ikimo silver miles, and Journeying
southward will Inspect tho great docls
nrilM lit Kuvvasakl, near Nagasaki.
To Be Feted and Dined.
Tho engineers nro to bo tliu recipi
ents of much attention by tho Jiiplll
ese Upon their arrival at Toklo liny
will lie guests of honor at u ball ten
deied by tho Minister of Foreign Af
fairs In tumor of tho Fmperoi's birth
day A dinner tendered by Huron Ivvn-
sakl and Iiarou Mitsui and MV Furu-
j FOR THE
WHOLE os FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
li u 11 will alio bo n fcnttiro of tho In
The Mining Inotltiitu of Japan wilt
give a reception lo the lulling engin
eers mid tho im inborn of tho pnrty.
The visiting englnci'rs nntlclp.ili' a
pleasant lime They arc due to ar
rive lit Honolulu on tho return trip on
November ."!(, at which tlmo It Is be
lieved that the local engineering nun
will take up the matter of their enter
tainment while at the port.
NEED MORE MEN WORKING
ON SANITARY SURVEY
That tho force of men engaged on
gathering tho necessary details in con
nection with the sanitary survey of
Honolulu will have tn be doubled In
order to have tlio Job through In lime
for It to bo of any use for tlio sanl
ttiry commission to work by seeum
Tho work which was started off by
tbrco men now Keeps six of lliein busy
nnd although they hao been work
ing for about a month not half of the
work Is finished. District niiio Is com
pleted and ono section of dlstilct eight.
In district throe two parts aro llnlshed
and they nro now busy with tlio re
maining two. .Some of llio dlstrlclH
run into four pat Is us nil of them
liitvo at least two. Considering lli.it
thcro aro nine dlstiicts to do It, does
Hot look as though things will ho
thiough by about the middle of De
cember. Tho following cases cimo up for
bearing before tlio supremo court this
morning: K. Yiiimtmotii vs. YohIiIiiumi
Siikurat. Motloii to dismlsH appeal.
I.. Andrews ami F. Murphy for tho
motion; Fugciic K. All! for defendant.
Territory of Hawaii s, II11 Seotig. Ap
peal from Dlstilct Magistrate of Ho
nolulu. J. W. Cnthcart Mr plalulllT
.ippcllco; Frank Aiiilr.nle for defend-ant-appellant.
Waak!v Hal IM la tl wr rear.
Wo don't need to tell nnyono
who knows this storo that wo
can souvenir tliciu to a nicety.
Wo lmvo n pretty complete IK
of fcuch things us
SPOONS, BROOCHES, FOBS,
SCARF PINS, BUCKLES, ETC.
They nro novel cneugluto up
peal to nil) one und nttrnctlvo
enough to be appreciated und
kept und remembered.