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HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea 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.
Wali.aci. R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
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NOVEMBER 1, 1911
Let cvciy man bo occupied, and occupied in the employ
ment of which Ins nature is capable, and die with the con
sciousness that he lias done his best. Sydney Smith,
SAY NOTHING AND SAW WOOD.
That this fight against the fever-bearing mosquito is the
fight of every man, woman and child in Honolulu cannot be
emphasized enough; it cannot be said often enough.
The Board of Health and the Territorial officials have done
all that human power could do since the discovery of the
one case of fever; the commercial bodies have risen to the
occasion; the military chiefs have come to the front without
red tape or hesitation; and an efficient, energetic citizens'
committee has been named and is today organizing the work
on big and broad lines.
But this is not enough.
No organization of men, no expenditure of money, can
clean Honolulu as it must be cleaned in the next ten days
without the aid of the people.
And "the people" means YOU.
Honolulu must pay the price for the carelessness of the
past. That price is not alone in the money spent now. It is
the price of sacrificing shrubbery, trees, gutters anything
and everything that shelters mosquitoes.
This does not mean that the lawns arc to be swept bare,
the beautiful trees of the city destroyed. But it does mean
that every place that offers a haven for the terrible fever
mosquito must go.
And it is here that citizens can help must help. Every
assistance must be given the men employed in hunting down
the mosquito. When an inspector or a laborer comes to
your home, Mr. Citizen, let him do his duty the duty that
is the salvation of Honolulu.
The time for talk without action has passed. The time for
talk that means hindering the fight must never come.
No objection now to the work of the "mosquito squad"
can be harbored. A prick of 1he bayonet would not be a bad
thing in incorrigible cases.
Thu mosquito (.ems to bo losing his
Market note Gov or nor I'l tar's
Btnck luiH none ti
Honolulu is uulteil 'IIi.ii'h bid
now 8 foi StcRimiyn ('nlopim
A citr iiro the CIiIiicho "proRrcH
hUob" tlcnutnileil a lotiKtltutlotial form
or fiowrnmuiit Now Hit' wlllbuwit
Isllcd with nntliliiR Ichh Hum a re
public A little concession then might
have ucrtid tlio war now
Another bit; llutr for the M.itbtm
licet doesn't sound cry pessimistic,
An edict from thu liuli) tmpettii of
China carries little slRiiitlc.iuco lu t lio
It's alns mfo to hliimo tlin tariff
Nobody except thu tariff eiortu can
"rail" you on It.
IIIr mllltuiy prohltnis continue lo ho
worked out In Hawaii 'lli.it is a kind
of experimenting to which no ono ob
jects Director A V Wall or the Kltirnl
I'arailo urges all patriotic citizens to
enter for the decorated htby carriage,
contest next February
John McCiindlcsH hiiiclciUiI In see
ing President Tuft whero man) others
failed Those McCundless hoys con
tlnue to get things dono
President Taft's opinion after ho
talks tilings over with his progressive
Secretary of tho Interior will bo
awaited with much anticipation.
Hay Stiiniiniii linker hits shrowdly
at lack of school facilities, hut falls
lo mention thu good work dono by tho
last legislature toward solving tho
federal cooporatlon Is welcomed In
the big light Honolulu hns on hand,
and It Is pleasant to hear tho senior
arm) HUigeon hero derlaro that the
Hoard of Health should bo tho head of
the light, and that tho at my forces
tre ready to work In cooperation with
It Is a trlflo early to lament the fatt
that the men of tho Paeillr licet will
not bu allowed ashoro here. Tho
licet has not slatted jet, and there Is
overy proBpect that when It docs
come tho city will bo In better shape
to receive tho men than It has been
for a long time.
Piculdcnt Taft not only faces a light
on 1'ionr before reappointment, but
In cute ho should nnmo 1'roar fur an
other t o I in , tho light Is certain lo be
carried to tho Senate, nml even n Blip
initial glance will show that tho
el iinci'h of Krear's continuation are
it'it cverw helming by any means
Taft certainly rnnnot expect much
help from tho progressives at tills
I lino Indeed, whnt better do men
life l.al'cillotto want than' to makn nil
Isjue out of tho Delegate')' tlinrgcs
(bat no mlcnuntc progress Is being
n ailo here to furnish Limits for u
home-owning population? Thcso
thargrs suppl) them with tmumnltlon
that can bo dleeh.iwid wholesale nt
the votcis of Iho uitintiy (IiiiIiik the
next few iiiiitit'in. Tuft and tho pio
t,nnlves mil uy wldo upiiil Just
in .v The) nro nut llkel) to overlook
tho shilling opp'iiiim t) afforded them
to m iko political capital it Taft's
On the other 'mi it, there is good
reixon to bellevo Hat Wnrien niu1
t'luk, the Wjomliih scnatorla' dele
gation, will bo fiiiud fighting lu Kn
bio's lump, and they will wield u pow
erful Inllncnco with the "regulars."
A tblid factor Is tho Democratic
strength In the Senate, which certain
ly will wcltomo tho opportunity to
expose n fancied weakness In Tnft's
fll my things innj happen before thn
light over gets lo tho floor of the Sen
ate; and u few things nro likely to
happen nftorw arils.
THE MERE CRITIC
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lit irt'CIHHIIl' liimiu . "vn" "
New nrk gave n rapid-lire luncheon
. . , .. .i... .........
ItllK in llie nil llllT m mi' v iiiitiin -
clil I'lub today It was all S It O."
affair, evir) vent being taken
I'rltklKiu without suggestion was the
hub of Mr Cocks' talk lie criticized
the vMers of the country who criti
cized existing conditions without of
fering an) hclprul suggestion for their
betterment Citing the voters of ('nil
foriila, who vve nl ahead and carried u
number of constitutional auieudmcnts
without, In many Instances, knowing
exactly what they were voting for, Mr.
Cocks delivered a few sharp Jolts to
the unthinking voter.
He touched on the present high cost
t living and In this connection drew
on bis memory for n rather Ironical
anecdote. Mr. Cocks tnlil how In '88
Senator Vest of Missouri had been
chairman of a committee to Investi
gate the low price of beef. Tho eattlc
hi ii had iiiiniibilned, ami the commit
tte-'s report was to the effict that "bet
tir iiiiidltlons might Ira hoped for In
the future," and that tho price of meat
wiih due for a rise
Die spinker wound up bis illseourso
with a brilliant peroration on citizen
ship and Its duties He did lint touch
on the tariff or on any local Issues
TO BE LAUNCHED
Prelimlnar) plans for u building
fund campaign, tho purpose of which
will bo to I also tho bulk of thn fund
of fifty thousand dollars which tho
Cast o Ijstnto demands before ilonal
lug free or cost to tho Voting Women's
Christian Association a valuable site,
part of which Is now occupied by tho
Homestead, were mado nt a meeting
of the hoard of olllcors of the associa
tion last evening.
Tho pmvlso ilaiiso In tho will de
mands that tho money bo raised by
Deeeiubor III of this jonr nnd an earn
est effort will bo mado lo meet this
Mrs II V. Dillingham, president of
Homes for Sale
1 Kallbl ti-rooni home $1600
2 KiiliiiuM ri-rnoni home ....$1850
:i Kallbl 5-rnoni home $2200
4 I.U70 St. G-rooin home $2000
C Piilniiid C-rnoui homo $2200
. I.uiiilllu St (i-roooi home... $3200
7 PiiiiiiiiI (i-riioni homo $3900
8. tilling St1 C-rooin liuinc.... $4250
1 I'llkol St C-rooni home ....$6100
in Kaplolnnl St 0-rooui home. $5000
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WELLS, FARGO oV CO.'S
NO CINCH ON THE JOB.
(inventor Krear Is In reality no
nearer cinching his Job for the next
four years now than ho was a month
ago. In splto "1 -jji gladsomu tidings
hiought trnm San Francisco by a Ho
nolulu cltleu who had a talk witli
'I aft on thu subject
If tho opposition to tho Governor
'ltd no morn strength than to have
been dlsiilpitcd on tho strengtli of an
I'ltiniiitiem f I oin Taft at this time, that
Pi ear Is to be reappointed, that op
position would novcr have been worth
horinus cousldeiatlon, nor would its
cniupalgn hnvo gone to tho length or
the Delegate's formal complaint at
Pood Inspectni Look hero, )oti
cun't iiho tills sugar It's liulf sand
Confeetlonur Oh, Hint's nil right.
Wo ubo that for making rock candy
"And where did you spend )our two
"Hitting In a hotel bai tier's chair.
The haibei was persuasive, and I let
lilm givo mo his tntlio list "
her that secret I told you not to tell
Jladge Sho's a mean thing! I told
her not to tell you
lllhel Woll 1 told hoi I wouldn't
tell you she told mi: bo don't tell her
"Did you ever say aiDthlng joti
wore son) foi ?"
"Only oiire," replied Senator Rorg-
hum, "when I publicly admitted I was
Ktliel Delia told mu that joti told sony for something 1 had said,"
Tho nutntlvo value of
MILK needs no argument.
But you must needs look
to' the PURITY of milk.
Otherwise, milk may be
much more harmful than
Our milk is pure to be
gin with, owing to our san
Then it Is electrically
treated, to eliminate any
chance of contamination,
and sealed in bottles.
You take no chances.
tho board, spoke at somo length, out
lining tho needs of tho association nml
urging that nctlvo steps toward se
curing tho money nt onco bo taken.
A committee was appointed but as
thoso named have not jet been con
sulted the names vvoro not mado pub-
N.', i ilnilnllii wnvie and means will bo
decided upon until tills commuted
meets, but It Is hoped to muko tho
campaign a stirring ono.
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work Is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
Icon ralhcr up In tho air owing to
tho fact that each department thought
that the either would handle tho ques
tion. Tho heads will plan out n sched
ule fur themselves nnd after this It
Is thought that thero will bo no fur
Tho matter has nrlsen lu miner
Hon with tho packing of bananas ami
pineapples in rlco si law and excelsior
etc, so that thero will bo an trouble,
when tho shipments reach tho othcrl
end. The board of agriculture uudei-
stood that Starrctt was to handle this
matter while ho thought that tho
board was doing It. Tho shippers h.ivo
been only packing In tho ncccssaryi
materials but It has all been up t
them so fnr. Tho appointment of nu
Inspector lo wntch all out going ship
ments Is bolng considered.
A winfcrenco between (Inventor
Krear, entomologist lMward M. Khr
litirn. Land Commissioner Clnrlcs 8.
Judd nnd Market Import T. S Stal
led to determine Just what each elo-
pirtmcnt Is to handle lu connection
wiih agriculture matters Is to bo held
At the present time thoro nro no
drawn lines nnd several matters liavo
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Adjoining this thero is another large lot on which there are a
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tho whole comprising a most completo establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
ago ground by the Navy Department,
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