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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.-T. H., FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1911.
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OCTODER 27, 1011
We aic not skeptics, wo know somcthlne; we mo not
nstiay in the woild, wr die in t-ome (loop sense at home; wo
aie on t ho highway of hun aiviy and in lcauo with what is
good and holy and strom in the past, and with what will he
the same in the futuie. - W, M, Salter,
A FAIR FIELD AjW NO FAVORITES.
One short, hard jolt tomorrow morning at Ihc public hear
ing ought to be about enough for the proposed Hilo wharf
It appears from information reaching the Bulletin that
none of the members ot the harbor board, with the excep
tion of Superintendent Campbell himself, has known what
has been going on. Two members of the board are away. A
third, Mr. C. J. McCarthy, was able to get the text of the
proposed agreement only Monday, and its first reading con
vinced him that tins agreement, to use his own language,
"bargains away the people's rights to a private corporation.'
Commissioner McCarthy's position in the matter was made
plain today and will meet with general approval from those
who desire to see fair play, an "even break" at least for the
citizens and tax-payers who are putting up the $200,000
for this wharf.
The blue-prints and specifications of the wharf itself have
been drawn for months, yet have not been submitted to big
steamship companies whose business interests at Hilo de
pend upon the wharf and its operation. The negotiations
have been carried on in the dark, and the effect is seen in the
agreement that calls upon the Territory to assume a con
tract with a steamship company giving this one company
preferential rights to a wharf built by public funds.
Not only the public, but private and responsible business
interests have been groping in the dark. A fair field and no
favorites is the only kind of game the Territory should play
the only kind of game, it may be said, that the chief execu
tive of the Territory can afford to play now.
It looks like a Low deal for (.'hur
That's getting to bo Millie a lllllu
affair over In China.
Thoy air Kl 111 placing n Hlii'll game
lift tho coast of Tilpoll.
Some of that Hilo whaif oontiovcr
ny noiiiulH like good stuff to Kuldu
Mini lila mippoiluiR Just now.
tPii mi open Idler to the people of
llllo In explanation of (lie wharf mat
ter. Now It's very unkind of llllo In
Bond n delegation hole to pintest after
A prer.it uililcgrnin lepoitH Cililiin
ns rnpliiiTil by revolutionists. An
other cablegram In the. loeal Chliieso
eoiiHiilate says the situation Ih quiet.
Of nun so, llieiu am vuilug Ideas ns
Campbell's "plain fails" In the peo
ple or llllo liao a Mirt of sudsy,
fiothy sound, now don't they?
The poet reminds us that "imHIiik
In nnpli Kiveet Hiirinu'." Vnt utinn'
theie are lL'O divorces Involved.
It's n Kood het that the dlicctory
man will cuss a few trjlng to Keep up
with Mm. Dieler'R changes of name.
Willi .lohuny Wilson Indulging In
what la nppaiently a losing light in
the courts, anil Chailey WIIsoii'h Jnh
Imperilled by imlalii members of the
Iloanl of SupervlMirs, the Wilson fam
ily r.eems to ho Kept pretty busy these
John .McC'andless seems In he sat
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It'll' II mill I'luii niti tiv ,i-ui)iuiiui'i,, i
hut ho ran still get up quite a ilchatuj
on that subject locally. J
Speaker Champ Cl.uk has gone, on
lecnril as declaring that thu longer
I'leHlilent Taft speaks u Ills present
lour, the mom ho Is hurting himself.
Coming fioni Mr. Clnik, whoso "ah-
nuxutlon" speech helied defeat Ca
nadian reciprocity, tills may ho re
garded as authoritative.
iittviiiitccs. Halt thu tlmu the paper
Is a KO.it; Hie other half It Is an acro
bat doing Illp-llaps; and always It Is
FEDERAL COOPERATION IN
N'o question exists that the lVileral
authorities feel innro rapid eradica
tion of tho mosquito is neccqniry on
Oaliu and are prepared to net In mo
tion so far iih possll''o Federal ma
chinery to nccnmpllsli remits.
It Is no paitleuhir news that the
mosquito problem is nno of tho big
gest In the entile sanitation piogram,
nor that tho Iloanl cf Health Is severe
ly handicapped by lack or funds suf
llilout to maintain a big mosquito
i.qnad properly organized and super
vised. The problems of the Teriilory are
mining more iind more to be prob
lems for I'm le Sum iih well, ami If
the Federal and Territorial chiefs can
wm It out a plan that means coopera
tion, extension of lines, n hauler and
bigger light, the necessity for I'ederal
Intervention because of thiealeiied )ol
low fever epidemics should be only u
City nml County Physician Wayson
toiln) deil.iied that .loe Itlchard, tho
loiiuty lullK Inspector, Is doing his
duty In his work, mid denies that tho
Inspection of dallies Is hicompeleiit.
The city physician pays a high trib
ute to tho Inspector by saying bo Is
an Intelligent, hard-working and cap
able olllcial and so far as Ills povvois
go is keeping the dallies sanitary.
On the other hand, members of tho
sanitary cniiimlssloii after an Inspec
tion of the dallies 111 the course of
several trips, declare that tho milk
supply of O.ibu Is constantly menaced
by llllhy methods, lack of drainage
mound ntahlcs, ami general lack of
military inVervunoo by the Japanese
tl.iltjmen who fm in it veiy laifgo per
centage of the dairymen on tho Is
land. "Itlchard Is n good man and Is cer
tainly doing all that could bo re
quired of an Inspector," said Dr. Way
sou this morning. "Ho has not the
power to iinike dairymen put In drains
mid sevvoiage, of course. Wn mo get
ting after tho dairies anil make them
Them aro Intimations from various
sources that Hlchanl Is handicapped
by lack of conpeiatlnn between sev
eral olllces. all of which have mure or
less to do with health and dairy con
ditions. Itlchard himself says that In
keep tlio dailies clean there has to be
cooperation and that when dailies aro
ordered to clean up, there should bo
no chance for the dairymen to get
homebody to take their light In higher
authorities and luno tho order annulled.
The Chlneso revolution Is beginning
to assume the aspect of a lallio.nl
Htllke, with the public objecting to the
government's running of railroad nf-lalru.
A good Up for everybody Is to walk
by tlm I'ubllo Service Association
headqunilers onco u day and see tho
exhibits of Island products In the windows.
According to news from Portugal,
the pilosis aro leading guerilla hands
of rnjallsls. Considering what a se
vere slap the nntl-clorlcullsts gave tho
pi tests, this Is not surprising.
The Individual who Insists that ad
verllslng tho volcano oil the coast Is
not good piouiollnn wink for Hawaii
and then makes a laud cry about a
suspicious disease at llonukaa long
beforo tho medical expeitfl havn time
for a dispassionate diagnosis must bo
queorly cuiiblltuted mentally as well
Tho Philippine Insular customs staff
Is repot led to linvo made a largo seiz
ure of opium just prior In tho sailing
of tlio Japanese liner NIihiii Main
fioni the Far East. Tho opium was
found iinmaiilfehted on bnaid tho Hi I
llsli steamship Kumeijc at which time
ui) tins of opium, ll!l bottles of co
ralno mid 15 packages of morphine
worth uTi.nOO pcsoH. weie captuied
Tueo Chinese members of tho ciew
II it I let I n IMIIurlal Itooni l'linnr
21 S5- II ii 1 1 vt In lluslai's (Mice
Another apology fioni the moiulug
paper. It's getting to bo it habit Its
llrst-pago slew a perfectly healthy
naval nun or Ine other day and precip
itated causeless soriow and cun.Uer
nalloti In the family, lis cditoilal
page llrst has to Hvviillow its own
Superintendent Campbell has writ- news ami secondly lepiidlatn Us own
He "Cnuht ynu lmnry a man who talk "
npendi all ho makes?'
She "No; but I could love lilui
while It lusted,"
"Does your course-of home leading
Include the pinfano authors?"
"No, I don't need 'em. I belting to
a golf club."
Is Hint all you have against him?'
"Could mi) thing bo worse?"
"Corlalnly. llllgglns used In like In
hear himself sing."
"liar IV two kinds o' iiiuiage," n.ihl
Uncle Kbcn, "Ouo Kind consists In
not belli' nKieieil 'cause j oil's got loo
much House an' do jutbiih 'caiibu you
The endorsement of our
milk by the matron of the
Kauikeolani 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.
$400.00 Given Away
We will present purchaser of one of
our properties in Kalihl with $400 to
make the first payment on a property
which we have
For Sale at $2200.00
There are two lots planted In grass,
shrubs, trees. House has 7 rooms and
is modern (near cars)
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Slocks and
Bonds, nnd make investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WK SIIAI.I. lit'. PhKASHD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
ih Tin: snritrr or nun
"flrandiiia" Holli, nno of tlio lltllu
band of luudy pioneers who have, left
their stamp In tho Territory of lla
wall by a host of good deeds has lieen
llio icclplent of urines of hearty con
It was Just fifty yoais ago that
.Mrs. Maigaict Koth arrived In tho
Isluiuls, with a paily Including mem
bers of Hie Amotlcan consular t-oips
At her homo In Kmtlavvnt today, a
delegation of fi lends of I ho aged lady
called lo pay their lespects. "fliand-
nia" Hnth has iccelved a number of
pleasing nienienlos, with them tlio
best wishes of a wldo cliclo of fi lends.
Ten chlldieii and ten grand chll
dreu aio assisting In tho celebrntlon
of tho aiinlveisary of a half century's
leslilenro In the Hawaiian Islands,
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio In,
Honolulu. The work Is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
Office is open every night until eleven
for tho receipt of ships' messages. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
GO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
Wo have for sale a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet' and a depth of
250 feet. Tim lot is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanal 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, diningroom and
pass-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and twe bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters in the same enclosure.
Adjoining this there Is another large lot on which there are a
largo stable, a garage and servants' house) thero is also u water
lot 203x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
tho whole comprising a most complete establishment.
The C.-ut Loch has recently been selected ao tho fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
1 ' ' '.
DO YOU KEEP A DOG?
CURE8 ALL MANNER OF DIQEA8E
IN DOG8, CATTLE AND HOR8E3
thi: most I'oi'iii.An
11K.MKDV IN AMI3IHOA
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET3
ON THE STREET!
Kvcrylhlng In the land of Gunni It
lot honey and milk, nt least so says
Attorney I.eon M. Straus and lio lias
vecu theie. Ills steamer stayed off
ilio poif for n. couple of dnys and ho
went aniline. "The steamer nuclides
i couple of miles away," lie said, "and
Jon go aslimo In bonis. Tho town Is
nine miles fioni thu landing place and
tlio Journey Is made In bullock carls.
Tlio roads aro like tho ocean nnd you
have nil enjoyable time of It getting
"To any man who will marry nno
of tlio girls tho government will glvo
I BO aeros of denied land. It will aNo
throw In enough money lo build n
thieo loomed house, to buy two horses,
a plough, seed, etc. Likewise theie
!s no need to wony nliout food for It
will give out government rations uti-
III tho llrst ciop Is harvested nnd sold.
"Thero Is something dcsotnlo about
the place, however, and If I wanted
to sentence n man to tho worst tiling
I know of I would send him down
thcio. Tho natives nro illrly and
lazy. Why I have seen them lying
under n tree nml the spiders luno
built webs over them. If thoy went
under a liannna tree and the fruit wai
In fall all ready stripped for enlln;;
they would bo too Inzy to open their
months If thoy were stnivlng."
Surrounded with nil that speaks
riches, opulence, and tho abodo of
mammon, Ilert Peterson, In years
agoiie, n glittering fashion plate on
tho local Itlallo, likewise hull voynnt,
and club man, has but recently been
met In New Yoik city by several llo
nolnl.inn vv'lio nro bnck In "I'nradlsn"
nfler a brief commune with tho flesh
pots of the Gayest of While Ways,
l'elerson, who beforo departing from
these shores, filed ono of tho most en
leitiiliilng arrays or assets and liabil
ities that over adorned n, petition for
baiikiupley. Is now said lo bo multi
plying his millions nt tho Waldorf
hotel tu about the same old way.
It. Ilwrly Klilil, erstwhllo IlenrBtlno
henchman, end custodian of that (uni
ons iinllllcnl though mythical "Pink
liariel." which wns heralded fur nnd
wldo tin in, gliout tho Territory beforo
IJic final round of a rousing battle or
ballots, has been unearthed by Jlono
lillaiul will have occasion to lt.il NW
York, tho throbblnu center or Aineil-,
can literature. Kldd, Is selling some
cracker-lack stories these ilnv in nnoli
newspapers ns tho New York I lei aid
nun oiuurs in iiKu inipoitnuce, 'tlio
old timers In Honolulu wilt remember
the IMllSirinilfl lvlibl as ttio r.rtL-tmilnr
or so'de of tho most Ingenious nnd re-
rnlgt'Ut Flnrles that huvu graced tho
pages of local Journalism In ycnis.
Ci IS'. Martinez, president and man
ager of tlio Olllco Supply Company,
has returned fioni an extended busi
ness trip tu tho mainland. Including
New York, ami brings back with hlui
a good slory showing how little of
tho Hawaii of today Is known oi Mm
' "Wo" went ono night to tho Hippo
drome, seating r.000 peoplo," says Mr.
Maniuez. "Thero wo suw tho 'Trip
Around Mio World,' a gorgeous pro
duction. Wo saw London, Paris,
Naples, Kgypt, India and other pliues.
Ilimlly they showed us thu Imihor of
You'll agree with us that we
have the best assortment of
Scarf Pins you have ever seen.
The variety includes oil the
various stones beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Here you will be able to satisfy
yourself in both design and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
Ii -'.'. i ' ''
WHOLE on FAMILY
Libernt Installment Payments
Honolulu. There wns tho sea-bench
all right, but on Ilia wharf there vveio
show n lel-glrls selling lets, and what
do you suppose? Those gltls were
dressed In short pn-tis. And I nuppo'-.o
the people really think that l.i the
way they dress In Hawaii."
Dr. Carl Humus "I haven't heard
from Washington since (he cablegram
ordering Rtrlct observance of the ipi.ir
nntlnc regulations. I hope 1 don't
linvo to henr anything more about yel
Tho reason llrlght's lias not been
curable Is that thero has been no cure
for kidney trouble.
I.lttlo wonder that tho deaths linvo
doubled under tlm old-time kidney
stimulants nnd that tho treatment of
Inflamed kidneys with excitants linn
When tho Into John J. Fulton work
ed qut n palliative for Intlamed kid
neys, kidney trouble and llrlght's
dlienso began to yield.
Kidney trouble frequently getH well
or Itself tho llrst six mouths, but after
that competent writers declare Inflam
mation of the kidneys Incurable, and
It Is u rnct that tho anmiiil death nro
now nearly 90,000 ono every live
Under the now pnltlntlvo trontment
(Fulton's Renal Compound) there Ii
now no six months dead line. Tho
open nucsllnn ns to recoviry Is ."Jlns
tho patient a fair heart nnd recupera
tive, power?" itecovery can now bo
expected In n, majority of cases, though
nil tho books In Christendom decreo
tho death of tho pntlcnt.
For salo by nil druggists.
ain't got enough."
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