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'EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURBDAY, NOV. 2, 1911.
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season on mosquitoes
llvorybody licl Unit means the
WlllllCIl of AoiioIiiIii, too
(let the Mosiinlto or Hei'll Oft Yim"
In a good text fur ii Suiiiluy sermon,
A llttlo oiitlmlsiii Ih ;ih linilly need
il us mosquito powder In this com-
"In Union there Is Strength" eloesn't
Fi'om lo :iiily ut llllo when real woth
Will some entomologist Klllilt) It'll
iih IT wo inn't set tho fruit lly after
One of tint most pleasant things
nbout tills light is that Uncle Sam Is
heiitt iiihI soul with the Chilians
China's new ptcmler has n man's
size Jolt on Ills hands If he lives lip
to his past reenrd, lie ought to make
The clothes-line thief operatltiK In
the residence section may Blmply lie
getting wise to the latest sJyleH In
lingerie. tr f
The general I'dtieutlvo campaign
can't start any too soon We nil want
In know whether to cut our tiees anil
tear down our nutters.
It's getting near time for Congress
to open, ninl strange s-'y nobody
Is Interviewing Undo Joe Cannon on
party ii-giilnrlt) In the voting
Cnusiil-dcncrul Ujotio Is emphasiz
ing tliu essential friendliness between
Japan mid the United States In Ills
lereptlon plans for tomorrow night
Are thero nny Kan honiesteaders
represented In tho pile of "several
hundred letters" that Secretary Pish
er lias received favoring Governor
The Portuguese mid Spanish con
mils here will be In u strong position
to reassure their home governments
that Immigrants nrn safe to come here
If Untie Sam's men guard the "dan
ger 70110" at Kalihl.
Congressman Cocks' suggestion
Hint the man who morely criticises
without offering any remedy for tho
evils ho points out. Is Home what su
perfluous, lilts n lot of people hetween
Moaniiliiu mid Diamond Head.
Now they're accusing UiKollctte of
receiving llnanclal aid from Senator
Stephenson. Inasmuch as Stephen
Kin admits there was mole than $100,
000 spent In Ills election, It Is proper
to ask him for u list of bencllchirk'S
The man who sets Ills Jaw square
and refuses to get pessimistic over
the liuslness outlook now Is the man
who next ear will he smiling Just as
the man who refused to ho pessimistic
ii year ngo Is several times richer to
Superintendent Cumphcll is proving
an angel In illsgulre. It has been
found that delays havo so held back
Mrs llrydo "My husband Just
ruveri about my complexion"
Miss llyval "Hoes It cost so much
as that, dear?"
"What's tho trouble with you nnd
your llnance? Is ho Jealous?"
"Well, he Isn't exactly Jealous, but
lie's what j on might call old-fashioned
He docH.i't want mo to bu en
gaged to anybody else."
ntcred at lb Fottofficc at Honomln
' nrTjnti-ci m mil FT
NOVEMBER 2, 1911
the reconstruction of the Judiciary
building tli.it tliu old hulk ran lie used
to Htore tools during the sniiltntlon
campaign Well, tlint'll help s e.
Tho Rapid Transit management Is
cariylug out Kb promises for n toti
mlnulo service all over the lty, nnd
doing It without half the fuss some
people would make. If It applies to
the next Legislature for a new fran
chise, olio of the big howls heard last
time will have lieiu silenced
There meil be no alarm felt that
tho sanitation work will ruin shrub
bery mid lawns The mosquito can
be eradicated without wholesale, des
ti notion, hut care Is necessary, and
the householder can Insure protection
of plants and vines by getting after
the mosquito In nil v mice of the reg
I.ibor olllclals of the mainland nrn
Indignant because the court Is Insldt-
lug that all the prosecution's evjllencu
be hi ought forwaul. The h-liul red
tape thai hampered that trltll of Hay
wood. .Mover mid Pett Initio uftor the
murder of ex-Oovcriio'r Steuuenheri;
of Idaho Isn't stopping .Judge Ilord-
well, of I,os Angeles.
YUAN SH1H KM.
livery great national crisis brings
out Its leader, and Yuan Shlh Kill
seems to be the man of the hour In
Yuan Shlh Kill Is an inteiestlng fig
ure. He is sent back Into power af
ter one dismissal, honored now as ho
was never honored before, mid jet ho
Is Identified with neither the revolu
tionists nor tho imperial reactionaries.
Yuan Shlh Kill was formerly leader
of si group of "progressives," foielgn
educated Chinese. He was the prin
cipal lieutenant of I.I Hung Chang nnd
head of an army of practically his
own creation, when through tho
unique upheavals for which tho Chin
ese court Is famous, ho was dismissed.
Yuan Shlh Kill Is a progressive but
not 11 radical, and bis personal quali
ties, caparlty for organisation and
hold upon tho army were recognized
as soon as the empire faced a real
revolution. Then followed his res
toration to power nnd now his ap
pointment as premier.
Yuan Is regarded by students of Iho
Far Hast as n moderate mid pratlca)
reformer, mid It Is very gratifying to
noto that be Is absolutely against the
aggressions of Japan nnd Itussln In
.Manchuria, so that his premiership
may lueim a groat deal to the Mikado
mid the Czar.
Tho morning paper, unable to ron
ceal Its Ill-will toward the Ilawallans,
would have tho public believe that
Hawaiian laborers employ ed In clean
ing up tho Kalihl district, refused to
work ypsterdny morning becnuso they
did not want to givo a full day's work
for their wages. A studied attempt Is
tnado to aroiino nnger against tho 11a-
As usual, the paper Is led by Its
own prejudices, not by facts.
Tho Ilawallans wero willing to
work; but they wished to have some
assurance that If taken ill and put In
quarantine their wnges would not be
Can any man In this community
"You say Mr. Flubson hns great
"Yes," replied tho cynical nlllco
"What makes you think so?"
"Ilccuuso bo in.inngoH to bold a Job
without being competent to do any
kind of real work "
Small daughter of the house "Oh,
my, aunty" Mr. Woodby must bo aw
ful wise 1 Just heard him tell his
ulster ho could explain uvetytlilUB."
Illume them? These men mo poor,
and their families are dependent up
on them day by day for food to eat.
A report gained wide cliciiliitlou
among the Ilawallans that Ahopoko,
tho quarantine guard who broke quar
antine and thus gave to this city Its
yillnvv fever menace, (mil gono to his
home because ho understood ho was
to get no pay If ho woro III In quaran
tine. That report Is not half so fool
ish as sumo that supposedly respons
ible business men have spread In the
Inst few days. That the Ilawallans
believed It Is not strange, betause Dr.
I'rntt yesterday morning was unable
to give absolute assurance to the Ka
lihl laborers that their pay would go
on In quarantine.
How many In Honolulu would bo
willing to risk yellow fever without
assurance that their families would
be protected III caso they themselves
To attack the Ilawallans for this at
titude would bo moit unfair at nuy
time; In this trying time, when cau
tion, Judgment, square-dealing mid
broad-mindedness Is needed, It Is con
Consul-dene rnl I'jeno's reception nt
the Yiiiing Hotel tomorrow night
111 honor nf the slxtv-thlril birthday uf
Mutsiihlto, emperor of Jup-in, will be n
ri mnrhahle occasion.
Tor the lrt time In nil the years
of n latinos bitvviin Japan and the
Unite el Stalls, tlieannii.il birthday eel
ebrntlnii of the- emperor will be mark
ed liv the prose nee In the receiving lino
uf the highest IT S military oltlcers
luyro and Territorial olllclals headed by
flie eiovernor KmphiistrhiK the friend
ly relations between the two world
powers, the affair takis on nn Interna
tional as well ns cosmopolitan nspect.
Preparations lire going forward to
make the n option elaborate 111 the ex
treme It will be the most brilliant
diplomatic function, say tlnwo who
have heard of the plans ever given
here. Something like 1300 Invitations
have been Issued
Chief Secretary K. Ho of the con-sulate-gi
lie nil has charge of nil tliu
plans and arrangements. Carrying out
Consul U) cue's desire lo make the oc
casion one where representatives of
nil the foreign powers here may min
gle with IVcUrnl nnd Territorial olll
clals and the citizens nf Honolulu, Sec
re lary Ho Is now planning u program
that will make tho affair one of tho
most notable from the standpoint of
attendance of prominent people.
In the receiving tine, in em ding to
present arrangements, will be (lovcrn
or IVear, Admiral Y. C. CowIch, IT H.
X , oniimandont of the naval station,
nnd Mrs Conies; llrlgudlcr-Ocncrnl M.
M Macomb, U. S. A., lommandlng the
Department of Hawaii, nnd .Mrs. Ma-
eomh, nnd Secretary nnd Mrs. Mutt-
Smith Japanese Hleve Consul Mori
nnd Mrs. Mori will nlso bo In line. All
the olllelnlH of the l'edcrnl, Territorial
nnd county governments have been In
vited According to the present plans, all
the nrmy nn.t navy olllclals of tho
United States government stationed
here will nttend In full uniforms, Tho
consuls of Portugal, Spain, Orent llrlt
aln mid Prance will wear their full
dress uniforms, with medals of honor
on their breasts. His Imperial Cblnesii
Consul, attended by his attaches, will
bo there, too.
Queen Liliuokalanl to Attend.
Queen I.llluoknhinl will attend the
reception, nn Invitation having been
I'xtendcd to ber by Cnnsiil-neneral
The nutritive value of
MILK needs no argument.
But you muit need look
to the PURITY of milk.
Otherwise, milk may be
much more harmful than
Our milk la 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.
1. Kalihl R-room borne $1800
2. Knliunkl fi-roum home ....$1850
3 Kalihl n-room home $2200
4 1 .11 7n St. r.-rnom home $2000
S. I'nlnmn G-romn home $2200
C. I.unalllo St. C-room home. ..$3200
T. Piiunul B-room home $3900
S. Young St G-ieiom home..., $4250
J Pllkot St 0-iooin home ....$6100
10 Kaplolanl St. C-room home. $5000
on listed stocks or on Improved
Wa buy and sell 8locks and
Bends, and make investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. wn shau. in: ri.nAsnD to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
S24 Bsthel Street
Office ie open every nluht until eleven
for the receipt of ships' messages. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., and on
8undays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
I'jeiin Prlnre Jonah Knhln Katmln-
naole. Delegate to Congress, mid l'rln-
less Kahiiiiaunole, who will leave for
Washington next week, are expecteMl to
Die dec orations of tho reception halls
nnd dining room, it Is stated, will be
maile of gtcinery. The Hags of tho
United States and Japan will be bung
In conspicuous places. Over the ceil
ings nnd the roof garden will be ells-
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
80 SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We 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. The 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
pais-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and two 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
targe stable, o 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.
is Tin: sncnirr op our
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Bsst equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
plncil tho International colors nnd
bunting Tho entire llftli and sixth
Itoois will be exquisitely Illuminated
with colore il electric light..
Entire Roof Garden Taken.
In order to nfford convenience to tho
guests, Consul-deneral Ujhihi, through
Heiietnry Ho, has engnged tho entlni
roof garden for the reception. Tim
two pavilions will be ri'served for n
grand hall to be give nfter tho recep
tion Consul-Clcnerul Ujeno will re
ceive the guests In tlu mnukn pavilion.
Tho spacious, dining room of tho
hotel on tho sixth lloor will ho reserv
ed that night for refreshments. Alnrgo
staff of waiters will be there to fur
iiNh the refreshments to the guests ns
they come there nfter tho reception or
n dance1. This room, too, will bo dec
Preceding tho hour of reception, Hi"
Hawaiian li.mil, under the leadilMlilp of
Captain II llcrgcr, wilt reiuhr nation il
ulrs In the roof garden. Hnwnllnn
ipilnti't clubs headed by Truest Knnl
wilt be stationed In the two pnvllloui
during the dance.
It Is stilted nt the consulate-general
that more than 1100 Invitations hnvo
been Issued for this occasion It was
expected that If the Toyo Klsen Kalslin
liner Tenjo Mnru can be hild over on
the night of the third, the olllcers of
the liner mid some passengers would
be Invited to nttiiul the reception, This
plan, bow ewer, has hem abandoned, ns
the' liner will proceed to ber destina
tion on the morning of the third.
Fireworks to Be Shown.
One of the utlrnctlvo fentnres on tho
night of reception will be the exhibi
tion of beautiful llreworks. They will
be set off liv Japanese, experts. Whllo
the locality for discharging tho flro
woil.s lias not been selected, It Is be
lieved that the Capitol grounds will bo
tho mot npproprlnte plnco for such
work. Secretary Tin stated that It was
first Intended to ask the county fathers
for the ue of Aula Park on that night,
but ns the dltnnce from the Young
Hotel Is so remote, It was decided to
get n place nearer the hotel The fire
works may be illschnrgi'd from tho
Alakea wharf The exhibition tblsvear
will excel In beauty that of nny former
E PLURIBUS UNUM
An Inspector called nt the II ill I e
1 1 u nlllce Ibis forenoon nnd said that
ho would like to show n reporter Just
what the people of Ibis city nre up
ngnlnst In the campaign for n tnot
ciultoless city. in company with n
liu lie tin representative tho Inspec
tor led the way ncross tho street to
the back-end wall of tho Knplolnnl
building, win re stands n shack tint at
one time was evidently n mint shop.
At the rear of this shack stood n num
ber of old pilot cags mid oil cans, nil
containing rain water, mid when slight
ly disturbed by tho Inspector n cloud
of mosquitoes came from inch cng and
The premises in question have not
been occupied for n long time, nnd It
Is probable that these" cags and cans
have been the means of turning mil
lions of yellow fever cnrrlers loose In
The Inspector stated that this was
only one place out of many similar
that nre found In the course of u eluy's
FARIA BUYS TWO
According to a deed filed nt the
'iiirenu of conveyances this morning,
Jno ICnos Karla has bought two of
the Kapahulii lots from Percy M
Tho figure for both lots amounts
to $7,n.0 nnd they have an area of
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MUST BE CLEAN
That If the growers of bannuns do
not havo clean culture, the Industry
Is going to be wiped on, Is the opinion
of I'ntomologlst IMvvnrel M. Hhrhoin,
who stated so to the llonrd ir Agri
culture nt Its meeting this morning.
The matter was brought up by Mar
keting Hiiperlntindeiit T. 8 Hturrtlt.
who wanted some ofllclnl power given
him by the board to go In and Insist
that the Chinese growers carry out the
clenn practises Instead of, as nt the
present time, letting things slide along
nnv old wny.
There Is n chance thnt the trouble
may nbnte Itself to n certain extent
through the new conditions of picking
which nre In force now. Old banana
trees were left stnndlng In the pist
nfter the fruit had been plckeel off, u
Hint the leaves might bo picked for
packing purposes. Now, however, that
no leaves can he uod, it Is thought
that the Thine so will be mure illspoed
to cut them down.
You'll agree with us that we
have the best assortment of
Scarf Pins you have ever seen.
The variety includes all the
various stonee beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Here you will be able to satisfy
yourself In both design and
put in siiapi: ur.rniti: tub
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