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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, OCT. 24, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alafcea St., Territory of Hawaii.
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fcr Vctt rotift'l toielgn la.uo
'pi I Odltorial Rooms,
I C?l.) Business Office,
Cunrcltcd nun n rr u haniiloi kind
of crriitttrro yiIhi, lij their tiicrm-cn-Iiir
rl(.rpiii'rl, reHew others (nun
tlu tint) of respecting tlinn nt nil.
llcnrj )iinl Hccchrr.
Some of Ailmlnil I.uclcn Young's
talents will lo wasted ;tt Key Weal.
Superintendent Campbell may think
lie was between tlio devil and tlic deep
There'll such a tiling as hospitality,
but there's no use overdoing It In the
mac of the. mosquito.
Dr. O'D.iy's articles on the leprosy
fdtuutlon In Hawaii roinc under tlio
head of Important If true.
Chinese residents of Honolulu hac
protested against Japan mixing Into
thu revolution. What do the Japan
cue think nhntit It?
Ilryan lias said goodby to the pres
idency. And yet there will be pcnplo
cruel enough to smllo at thu Nebrus
kaii's tonchlnK farewell.
Anywnv, It seems to be admitted
that Kuhlo's protest Is an "unfavor
able comment upon (!ocrnor Frear'8
administration." Whew! Wo should
Strangol Did none of those scores
of engineers hero yesterday express
Ilia opinion that thu Federal building
slto should bu around u mythical civic
Former (lovcrnor (Icorgo It. Carter
cannot bo denied the knack of stir
ring thlngH up- Ills presenco In
Washington, It ecciiis, was not cntlrc
The 120-odd divorces declared Il
legal by thu Supremo Court because
of Insulliclcnt time clapsliiK after tho
Biimmnns remind us of the old motto,
"The Moro Haste tho Iss Speed."
Tho Wllholtnlna Is coming booked
full of tourists and local travelers.
Steamship tralllc Is Increasing, and
Bl 111 thero are soma peoplo who think
promotion work Is n useless fad.
The record made by tho llnnolulu
bullt sugar mills In tho great For
nionnn storms reads like pretty good
promotion literature. No better ev
idence of tho superiority of Honolu
lu's product could bo secured.
CLEAN UPJHE DAIRIES.
Tho sanitary commission has been
doing soino extenslvo Inspection of
dairies and Its members have como to
thu conclusion that something should
be done to enforce tho existing laws
regarding cleanliness and general san
Tho commission, thu board of health
and tho milk Inspector of the city and
county should bo backed up by pub
lic sentiment In this matter. A mem
ber of tho commission has pointed out
that sanitary observances In tho long
run aru economical and novor ex
pensive to begin; and that tho relation
of a pure milk supply to the health of
tho city Is practically as closo and In
tlmntu as that of a pure water bup-
Not all tho dairies fall under tho
head of "InBaiiltnry" and for that Ho
Lady "I must ask you to take back
that parrot I bought borne time ago.
Ho shocks all my friends by his dread
Funclor "Ah, you'vo got to bo caro.
fill 'ow you tnlk boforo 'lin, 'U'tf ter
rible quick to learn!"
It Is being told of a young lawyer
that ho won his bride through a con
spiracy with her fnther. The young
attorney Is ono of the promising kind,
and likable. Father was very much
attached to Smith which is something
f ft 5I Motrins .An
ttt Vest, anywhci tin )S I.oo
Pt Yrnr unjrwhete a Csnult. I. Bo
Pet Vt imltwld, loltKn 3.m
ntcrcd At the Poatoffict it Jlonoitla
s sccoml-clui milter
.OCTOBER 24, 1911
nolulu may be thankful. Tho Hono
lulu Dairymen's Association Ims given
a thorough try-out to tho plnn for
electrical publication of milk and tlio
results, bo far, are taken to bo bciic
llelal. Thu commission llnds that a
number of dairies operated by Japan
ese are Insanitary, and Insists that
some action should bo taken.
Thero is always a danger that
any sweeping campaign ugnlnst nn
actual or fancied evil will Invohe In
nocent persons who are not offend
ers, and that tho campaign may be so
radical that smalt producers will bo
put out of business. Tho thing to do
now Is to take up with tho Individual
dairymen In an Intelligent, sympathet
ic but llrm way, plans for their own
betterment of conditions. This means
a better Inspection system and back
ing for tho health authorities and the
Inspector by all tho citizens. Any
campaign of this kind will bu wholly
or partially useless unless It Is backed
up by the entire community, and In
this enso thero ought to bo not one
dissenting voleo to tho general propo
sition that Honolulu must have a safe
and puro milk supply.
The Kilo peoplo seem to know pret
ty well thnt they don't want n rail
road track In tlio mlddlo of an im
portant street. The railroad super
intendent says the tentative plans
show had engineering. Superinten
dent Campbell says tho plans are only
rough preliminary sketches. Now It
will bo Interesting to see whether
thcBU rough preliminary sketches go
WHERE THE PEOPLE CAN HELP.
As this paper has repeatedly pointed
out, Hawaii is underestimating tho
possible harm that will bo done this
Territory by tho action of California
In barring out all fresh fruits on ac
count of tho presence hero of tho Med
iterranean fruit lly.
The last malls from tlio coast
brought homo, however, tho facts In
regard to California's attitude, tho ox
port who was sent hero being report
ed as saying:
"1 coercd tho Island thoroughly,
visiting nooks many of the Inhabitants
never know existed and went over a
part of Kauai, another Island, a por
tion of which Is Infected. I gathered
specimens, built n temporary Inscct-
ary at Honolulu, and after my investi
gations wero completed went to work
on tho civic bodies. They have prom
ised to make a light for tho eradication
of tho pest, but It Is almost hopeless."
Of courso tho caso isn't hopeless.
Tho Hoard of Agriculture and Forest'
ry Is going Into tho tight in an Intel
ligent and determined manner. Hut
tlio growers at largo need Homo cdu
cation nn tho subject, and If tho light
Is to bo successful, it must bo a light
ns much by tho men with ona papaya
or guavn treo as tho man with a thou
sand. Mr. Carncs, on gottlng back to the
coast, suggested packing regulations
that continued In every detail tho ad
vance Information furnished tlio pub
tic by this papor. Ho prefers excel
sior and rlcu straw for pineapples and
bananas. It la to bo hoped that tho
plans made by W. M. Dlffard, who lias
been chosen to head tho light agnlnBt
this dangerous pest, will bo given ev
ery cooperation by tho public at large.
like his nnmo nnd when the young
man spoke to tho old ono about some
thing In which ho was very much In
terested, the father whispered:
"Have to spoken to Mae's mother
"Oh, no, n-n-no, haven't," was tho
reply, thu young man not having
thought of doing so.
"Well, you hotter tnlk to her," wild
tho father, "and, as your friend and
to belli you and Mae, I am tempo
1 rarlly opposed to the match, and you'd
I better tell the madam that I seem to
ibu unalterably so."
Mayor J. J. Fein has been treated
to nn experience likened t nn at
tempt In unravel tho Hosieries of a
missing word t oiliest.
"Illzzniior" hns received a comma
nic.itlon, but Itls far from he (ng com
plete. Ono page of neatly tpowrlttcn loi
ter was enclosed hi a plain envelope
whllo tho Mayor Is isistlve that ono
or moro additional leaves of maim
seilpt was Intended to have been for
wnnlcil t tho city's chief executive
Tlio missive comes from a person
with a pronounced pecvo lit tho con
dition of tho county hlghwny ns It
traverses tho uncertainties of Klpnpa
(Illicit. In tho llrst spiiBm of oxprcs
ilou of outraged Justice, tho writer
goes on to say that as tho owner ol
an automobile, tho quality of stono
used in making a temporary surfaco
of the roadway has proved decldoly
IiiJiiiIoiis to thu tires of tlio machine.
Then comes a break and Just at a
ixilnt whero Mayor Fern Is undecid
ed as lo whether tho complainant
tlueatcns. a damage suit or extends
nn Invitation to a limit.
Tho unfinished letter has been turn
ed over to City and County Dctccllvo
Hurry Torrnnco Lake. At last ac
counts, Lake had donned a pair of
married boots, and was going through
nn assortment of sisal 11 be red whisk
ers In assuming his costume.
"My duty Is clear, I must act ac
cordingly," Insisted the municipal
sleuth leaving tho "city hall" disguis
ed ns a delegate to tho Order of Full
Senator A. F. Judd piloted a party
of Interested citizens cstordny on u
"Seeing Honolulu" tour in tho courso
of which they found some good work
being dono by tho Hoard of Supervls-
oi s. It was down at Derctanla street,
whero tho outlet for tho Aala Park
section drain ago has been giving trou
Here the city nnd county Is at work
spending several hundred dollars llx
Ing tii tho drains. Although the Sup
ervisors think this Is work that should
bo dono by tlio Territory, thoy have
gono ahead and ordered tho work
done because something had to bo
On the trip were Trcasuior D. I,.
Conkllng, Daniel Logan, nnd C. C.
.lames, besides Senator Judd. Senator
Judd had plans to lake out as many
as posslblo of the members of tho
Central Inipioveinent Committee, who
hud not been on provlous trips, but
several of tho expected guests did not
However, those that did go found
homo conditions needing Immediate
remedy. As usual, tho "Seeing Hono
lulu" trip proved ii splendid oyc-open-cr
for tho businessmen.
Mine. Surah Ilernliardt, the "dlvlnu
Knriili." Is going to poso for motion
pictures. She mill her company will go
through several plays before the
Truly Slmttuck, who gained consid
erably notice, a number nf years ugo,
Is reported to bu seriously III at ll.iltl
liiiire. ltodco. a llvc-wlro town near San
KrnnclBco. has lieen gutted by llro
caused by tho overturning of u lamp.
Tho endorsement of our
milk by the matron of the
KaulkeolanI Children's Hoi
pltal It that of an expert
and Ii confirmed by hun
dreds of mothers whose
children are belnjj fed on
Obtained from healthy
cows handled under sani
tary conditions subjected
to an electric treatment
our rflilk 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 aro 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 ssll Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WK SHALL- UK PL-RASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
S24 Bsthel Street
It Is against the law of tho Territory
to maintain n ,lioue for Immoral pur
poxes, unit because ho violated thli law
Tognslil, proprietor ot tho Toguhhl Ho
tel, on Kulakaua avenue, was arrested
Inst night by .Chief of Detectives Mc-
Dullle. ToK.uthl appeared In police,
eourl thli morning und had bin caso
postponed until next Thursday, when
his trial will bo tuken up.
According to tho cvldenco of the po
lice, TokukIiI aliened III plaee to lie
used for (ticMtloniihlo purposes.
Chief McDullio Iiiih also placed un
der' arrest Jno Poilestu and Johnny
rinuvca. hack driver, for soliciting nnd
eiirrjlni; piicseiiKern to places of 111
repute. It U likely Hint llieKrileral uu
Ihorltles will take up their casus lin
ineillutely. Ilnttlu Kiil.iluhl wax also arrested,
anil It In lelleed kIio will be used an
i( witness for tho prosecution.
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
SO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontago of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The tot Is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanai 40x40 feet,
living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dlnlngroom and
pass-pantry, a small detached kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters in the same enclosure.
Adjoining this thero is another large lot on which there are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there Is also a water
lot 209x400 feet, Which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a most complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
Age ground by the Navy Department.
Offica'ls open every night until eleven
for the receipt of ships' messages. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to Si30 p, m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO 4 CO.'S
GET INTO LINE
Democrats In certain precincts
number two to ono tho llepubllcntiH
who have thus far applied for enroll
ment on the Great Kefilstcr main
tained nt tho City and County Clerk's
"Iind Locked" McCandlcRH1 pre
cinct on tho wlndwnrd sldo of thu Is
land ban turned out a larRO registra
tion uccordliiR lo records kept by
Tho Ninth Precinct of tho Fifth Dis
trict is another section wherein a
largo Democratic following has al
ready appeared and Inscribed their
names to tho big volumo In which tho
names of tlio voters are to bo pre
sorted. Tho complaint comes from tho
clerk's olllco that very fow members
of tho polico and road department
have applied for registration. More
of the city and county employees
would bo welfomo nt tho place of reg
istration. w l y H a 1 1 1 1 a ! per year.
VBn DO YOU KEEP A DOG? AMr
M DOG MEDICINE (li
Ml CURES ALL MANNER OF DISEASE , ll
1 IN DOG8, CATTLE AND HOR8E3 all
AHA Till: MOST PUPUI.AK sTAbBS
RH1 KKMDDV IN AMKttICA IHbvJ
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.. VU
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREETS iHl
BODY FOR HAWAII
(Continued from Pag 1)
Hawaiian Scouts, composed of men
who know every foot of tlio Island,
and who could bo specially trained
and equipped for tho kind of service
that would ho required of them in
tltno of war, or when thero was n
threatened or nn actual landing of
toino liostllo fence. Thero can bo no
better nchoollng for thnso who hoK)
to enter this battalion than the mili
tia, and from tho mllltla tho Scouts
should bo nblo to draw their best
Hawaiian Troops at Fair.
Captain Johnson hns far-seeing
plans for tho success of tho Hawaiian
inllltln. Ho gava tho fifteen officers
of tho guard who gathered last night
at headquarters, a rousing talk on
mllltla work, mid what ho hoped tn
accomplish with tho co-npcrntlon nf
nlllcers and men.
Ilcsldcs the Scouts proposition, tho
new Inspector-Instructor held out. an
other glittering possibility of tlio near
future. Ho said that If tho mllltla
proved Itself to bo ns good no ho had
every reason to believe it would ho
como. It might with credit to the
Territory bo sent ns a body to tlio
Panama-Pacific 'Oxposltlon. of 1915.
"This would bo ono of tlio best pub
licity movements. Hawaii could make,''
said Captain Johnson, "but of courso
wo would hnvo to turn out a body
or men Just ns good or oven a llttlo
better than any similar organization
In tho states. It's something for tho
whole guard lo work for, and whllo
thcro's no certainty that I myself will
bo hero nt that time, I hopo that such
will bo tho caso as 1 would consider
It a prhllego to bo with tho Hawaii
an troopH on such nn occasion."
Among Much Needed.
Another subject of foremost Inter
est to tho Hawaiian mllltla, nnd to
tho citizens of Honolulu in general
for that matter, Is tho building of
tlio now armory. Colonel Jones did
most of tho talking on this subject,
anil ha talked to a, keenly interested
Tho guard must nc bettor quar
ters, not only to glvo tho men tho
comforts and conveniences which It
Is their right to expect, but to pro
perly caro for tho first class equip
ment that Is now stowed away ns best
tho limited quarters will pormll. Col
onel Jones boIiI that tho $100,000 ap
propriated by the Inst legislature
would' be available next spring, and
that as Governor Frcnr was heartily
In sympathy with tho needs of tho
iiilllt In. It was prnbablo that not only
tho plans, but tho specifications and
working drawings would ,ho prepared
beforo long, so that a slto could bo
selected and bids asked .for ns soon
ns tho money was really In hand.
Probably by next August, according
to tho ndjiitnnt-gencrnl, ground would
bo broken for an armory ami drill
hall Hint would bo built for utility,
comfort and permanency.
In his talk to tho guard olllccrs
Captain Johnson said hi part:
"Although I'vo only boon hero for
a few days, I've gono ovor tlio back1
i t A W 1 ta Jsea
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
-T lr ( i -
reports carefully, and from these re
ports have noted one or two weak
spots in the organization, which wo
will try to ovcrcomo togolher. I know
what tho government experts of tho
inllltln, but I ulso understand condi
tions from tho militiaman's stand
point. Ily expecting a great deal thu
government hojics that something tan
gible will ho accomplished."
Cnptnlu Johnson went on to ex
plain thnt tho Ihporotlcil woik of tho
next few months, which Is to consist
of tho new Infantry (trill regulations
and a review of tho Held service re
gulations, together wllh a fow tacti
cal problems in limp maneuvers and
tactical walks, would lead up to n
practical demonstration In tho Held
Tho tactical walks referred to con
sist of strolls through the country
with tho otnecrs. Without previous
coaching Ihcy will ho asked to glvo
strategic commands to an Imaginary
forco of men, as tho Instructor culls
out ccrtnln military conditions which
nro opposed to exist.
NEEDS A SIGN
"Tho new V. M. C. A. Is n lino build
ing, but It needs u sign of 'Welcome.'
or something on It, and a lighted sign
ut night, lo be really effective."
This criticism lias been niaile several
limes within tlio past few days. One
man observes: "Jlvcry placo of burl
ness that Is up to date has some kind
of a sign to attract people within, or
at least let them know they'ro wanted.
Now the Y. M. C. A. ut night dues not
attract anyone, and yet there inn
plenty of M runner 111 town who would
like to drop In nnd read thero or per
haps spend nn evening. An eleelile
sign ought to bo a good thing."
Wo don't need to tell nnycino
who knows this store that wo
can souvenir them to a nicety.
We have n pretty complete Hut
of such things as
SPOON8, BROOCH ES, FOBS,
SCARF PIN8, BUCKLES, ETC.
They aro novel enough to ap
peal to nn one nnd attractive
enough to bo appreciated und
kept and remembered.
H. F. W1CHMAN & CO.
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