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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,
FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 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.
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I in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Farmingi-on, - Editor
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I IS? I. Business Of flee,
Tlic theory (if vtork li to Ik- hnMi trlct luiiai to iih; their illHcrt'tlun. If
(it iipmoiuiI experience, to iut u great BUtli a plan wore to be followed dlf
ilrul of onivTi self Into the things mi- fercnt premises would bo differently
undertake wlmtcicr vte tin. I). W. J, 'treated and persons with the best
Tncker. "piill" would bo the least affected. If
all banana trees are to be cut down.
The women of Honolulu are rising -
to tin" occasion.
An ounce of optimism Is worth a
kuleana of pessimism.
Champ Clark may be slightly Insane
on the Bubject of annexation
Dr. Currle will lme the., backing ol
the entire community, and t'hat In -Ik-self
Is no mean compliment -to. pay u
man at this time.
The scare-monger Is In the same
class as the man who rocks the boat
or kills Bomebody with a gun that
wasn't loaded. None of them deserves
, It Is the height of foolishness to
begin giving gratuitous advice about
3 how to run tho sanitation campaign
j before the citizens' committee hits had
time to get Its plans going.
q There Is one thing that all can do
to help, and that Is, to study the di
rections lur guuiuiiig itguiutH uiv inu-
l,S squlto and putting them Into practical
'use around the homes of the city.
It Is a noticeable fact that the men
; who have been on these "Seeing Ho
nolulu" trips given by tho Hoard of
; Health a few weeks ago have some
practical Ideas on the clean-up prob
An afternoon paper yestorduy devol
ved a large part of Its tlrst page to an
fnrtlcle on Hawaiian leprosy, by Dr.
O'Day. The lilt I If-tin published
tills on October 24. The II u 1 1 e 1 1 li
prints news when it Is news, and mil
It doesn't make much difference to
Hawaii whether or not Hankow Is
' captured. The burning question here
is whether or not tho speculators who
have lnested In llve-dollur reolu-
p'tlonary certificates are going to be
V ttble to sell them for ten dollars next
TREAT ALL ALIKE.
The U u 1 1 e 1 1 u has received from
'Mi a llliB citizen of tho Territory the
following communication, which con
i tains so much wise suggestion for the
handling of the sanitation campaign
that It deserves most careful atten
tlon by those In charge of tho cam
To the Editor:
The Hoard of Health and Citizens'
Ccmmlttee are unquestionably en
titled to the support and assistance
of every property owner on this Is'
land In the attempt which Is to he
made to stamp out tho day mosquito
Hut the authorities should .hour In
'mind that In order to command the
confidence of the people and niuko the
thing a success they must observe ab
solute Impartiality nnd fairness. To
this end the rules which are to bo en
forced with referenco to tho treat
ment of private promises Bhould bo
published for the benefit of all, and
such rules should bti enforced its to
nil' alike. Otherwise dissatisfaction'
and failure will bo tho result. It will,
not do, to allow tho Inspectors oralis-
f Wlfoy Why didn't you Btop In nt
rathe drug store yesterday and get the
(Berthings I asked you to?
Ml, Hubby Well, my dear, I remem
VGbered that I promised you never to
''Rdo anything to brine blush to )onr
v 'dieek, 3
Ut ' '' I "How shall I break tho news to my
tE -"Yoii niado an error In rejecting parents thai I havo failed In my ex-
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NOVEMBER 3, 1911
well and good. Hut If bananas nie to
be demolished, then cocoamit trees,
royal palms and other palms which
may harbor mosquitoes, though they
be fair to look upon, should be re
moved also. It will inner do to make
fish of one and fowl of another Per
sonally, 1 urn perfectly willing, If It
be deemed necessary, to cut away ev
ery tree, vine and shrub on my lot,
hut I do not propose to do any more
In tliaVlltie than others shall be re
quired to do by the rules, A banana
that gets the sun Is as harmless as a
silk oak or a golden shower,
A QUESTION TO SOLVE NOW.
One sanitation question should be
settled now, and that Is, what, method
to use in lllllng low-lying lands that
are to be reclaimed by the use of
Kxperts In Honolulu, men whose
business it Is to handle dredging and
lllllng contracts, differ widely In their
views. Two of those varying views
have been expressed to the llulle
1 1 n as follows:
"Hydraulic tilling of low lands, that
is, the pumping of dredged material
upon the lauds or the washing down
of soil from the hills should not be al
lowed," stated one contractor, whose
experience here extends over more
than n score of years.
"Hydraulic filling lcnes mud, deep
mud, for the laud takes months to dry
our thoroughly unci alt this time it Is
a disease menace. We have found by
experience that this work is u breed-
at. typhoid. The only way Is to
handle- the earth bo that It is prac
tlcally dry when it arrives at the spot
where the 1111 Is to be made. To do
this either a bucket dredge or a clam
shell dredge should be used, the earth
sent on curs or drays to the place
where the 111 1 Is to be made, and by
the time It gets there It Is dry and
can be dumped In at once."
Another contractor takes an oppo
site view. "The earth will dry out
quickly, even If pumped upon the
land through u pipe-line," ho says.
"Klther way Is effective."
Honolulu has a large amount of llll
lng ahead. Within u few weeks some
of this work should be started on a
large Bcale. In view of the widely-
different opinions. It requires no ar
gument to demonstrate that this ques
tion ought to bo settled now, and set
tled In the right way, bo that when
tho work Is begun, It can be begun
and carried forward on the right lines.
THE MEANING OF A HOLY
WAR IN TRIPOLI.
The cabled news that tho "hinter
land" or Interior of Tripoli and
neighboring African countries Is to
be united In u "Holy War" against the
Italian invaders is one of the most
Important developments In the entire
story of thu wur.
In Hawaii the term "Holy War" has
little significance. Here the Moslem
faith Is little known, and without
weight. Hut the truth Is that u Holy
Wur will bring together more than
Landlord Always thow pro-ipectlta
tumults tho telephone booth first.
Agent All right; hut why?
Landlord Then they will think tho
looms are not m small.
two hundred millions of Moslems Into
a fierce, Implacable cffoit to drive not
only the Italians but Christians of
whatever nationality out of their do
mains. A Holy War will bo war to the
knife and the knife to the hilt. It will
cement the wild tribes that roam tho
deserts into u body of lighting men
such as the llrltlsli In all their ex per-1
Icnces with the Mad Mullah neer'
had to face.
The guiding forco In this Holy War
will be that powerful and rapidly
growing religious sect known as the'
Ilrotlierhood of tho Heliiisslyeh, of
which practically nothing Is known
hole. Hut writers familiar with Af-1
rlcu uro pointing out that while Italy j
with little trouble may take the coast
towns of Tripoli, she can hold them!
only lit desperate, cost nnd that a con
quest of the hinterland Is almost
K. Alexander I'owell, formerly of
the American consular service In the
Ottoman dominions, as (Ireater Tur
key Is called, in n recent article on
the "Moslem Menace," has the follow-.
Ing to say of this remarkable sect:
"To American ears the word 'Seil
iisstyoh' doubtless conveys but little
meaning, but to the French mliulnls-'
trnteiirs In Tunisia and Algeria and to1
the otllclnls of tho Military Intelligence
Department In Kgypt and the Sudan
It Is a word of ominous Import.
Though the Ilrotlierhood of the Sen-
usslyeli is, without much doubt, the
most powerful organization of Its kind
In the woild, so complete Is the veil
of secrecy behind which It works that
comparatively little Is definitely
known us to Its designs, ramifications,
and resources. Ilrlelly, It Is a secret
Moslem society, organized about u
century ugo by an Algerian dervish,
Mohammed ben All ben Kb Henussl,
from whom it tnkes Its name; Its ob
ject Is tho restoration of the Mohaui
median religion to Its original purity.
austerity, and political power, the first
step toward which Is the expulsion
uf the Christian from Moslem lands;
Its Initiated members, scattered
throughout the Mohammedan world,
have been variously estimated at from
Me to llfti-eii millions; the present
(rand Master of the order, Senussl
Ahmed-el-Sherlf, tho third of tho suc
cession. Is admittedly a man of excep
tional Intelligence, resource and sag
acity; his monastic court Is at Jof, In
the oasis of Kufra, llvo hundred miles
as the camel goes south of Uenghnzl,
"Stripped of the glamour and ex
aggeration with which sensational
writers und superficial travelers have
Invested tho subject, It Is apparent
that the Senussl controls u very wide
spread and poweiful organization an
organization probably unique In the
Moslem world. As a lighting element
his followers ate undoubtedly far sir
perlor to the wild und wretchedly
armed tribesmen who charged the
llrltlsli squares so vigorously at Abu
Klea and Oindiirman and who wiped
out an Italian army In the Abyssinian
hills. Their remarkable, mobility,
their wonderful powers of endurance,
their large supplies of the swift und
hardy racing-camel known as begin,
nnd their marvelous knowledgo of this
great. Inhospitable region, coupled
with tho fact that they can always
retreat to their bases In the desert
where civilized troops cannot follow
them, are all advantages of which
they are thoroughly aware. That the
Senussl Is far too shrewd and Intelli
gent u man to attempt ut this time
any wholesale expulsion of the Chris
tians from North Africa I nin very
The nutritive value of
MILK needt no argument.
But you mutt needt look
to the PURITY of milk.
Otherwlte, milk may be
much mora harmful than
Our milk it pure to be
gin with, owing to our san
Then It It electrically
treated, to eliminate any
chance of contamination,
and sealed in bottles.
You take no chancet.
' 1. Knllhl 6-rooin homo $1800
2. Knhniikl 5-room home . ...,18M
.1. Knllhl r.-riioiii linme $2200
4. I.un HI. r.-room home $2000
' li. I'ulnmn G-rnom homo $2200
C. I.unnlltii St G-rooin liome... $3200
7. I'liuuiil- (.-room home $3900
8. Young St fl-rooin home..., $4250
9. rilknl St C-rnniu home ....$6100
10. Kiiplolnul St C-room home. $5000
on titled stock or on Improved
Wo buy and tall Stocks and
Bonds, and mak lnv.ttm.nte for
othara In (pprovod Trutt Securi
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Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Office it open every night until eleven
for the receipt of thipt' mettaget. Oth
er messages received on week dayt
from 7 a. m. to 5:30, p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
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WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
confident, but I am Just as firmly con
duced, on the other hand, that lie will
look on Italian aggression In Tripoli-
tunln as threatening the most vital In
terests of his order, and that the land
ing of the first Italian soldier will be
thu signal for him to tell his lighters
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
80 SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF
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 it set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, hat an entrance lanal 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feat, eight sleeping rooms, diningroom and
pats-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 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.
is this sncittrr or our
$3.50 to $6 Doz.
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio In
Honolulu. The work is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
A BOY'S ESSAY ON DUCKS.
A Rchool hoy assigned to prepare an
essas on ducks, wrote; "Tho duck
Is it low, heavy-set bird composed
mostly of meat and fe-ithers. Ho Is
a mighty )our singer, having a Wusu
voice, caused by getting so many
frogs In his neck. He likes the witter
ami carries a toy balloon In his stom
ach to keep fioni sinking, Tho duck
lias only two legs am they uro set
so far back on his running gears by
nattiie that they came pretty near
missing his body. Homo ducks when
'hey get big have curls on their tails
and nro called drakes. Drakes don't
have to set or hatch, hut Just loaf,
go swimming and eat. If I was to bo
a duck I'd rather bo a drake."
ON THE STREET
Mosquitoes tilled to bursting capac
ity with liitlammablo gasoline or oth-
j cr fuel oils
I tow n If tho
may terrorize Honolulu
predictions of n merry '
bunch of oHlc-lnls who hae to do with
the hei thing of steamers and the
handling of cargoes at Alakea wharf,
A group of harbor incn and steve
dores were awalllng the arrival of
the .tapancse line- Tenyo Marti from
the Orient yesterday when the
cvei-.ihsoihlng topic, the extermina
tion or tho festhn daylight mosquito,
was again brought to the fore.
Captain Henry I.. Ilelly, the genial
wharf superintendent blew In nt this
Jutictuiu nnd lie related his experience
away hark In that "Dcnr Old Now Jer
sey," the home of his Innocent and
Joyous boyhood. In order to cut down
thu mosquito voting strength there,
tho cltl.eim had spiead gasoline oer
tho surface of all pools of standing
water. The mosquitoes returning to
their daliiiened domiciles became sat
urated ami fairly soused with gaso
line. Fact Is, they weio exceedingly
inrhilntt-d with the Juices which
makes tho Joy-wagon go faster, until
they became not only n nuisance but
h menace to the nnthe heath of Kelly.
The mosquitoes aru alleged to hate
fairly lilt up tho gusollnlc booze on
Hie Kelly lauded estates mid when
seen to lcue the plate, they were In
up awful stale of "Jaglllcatlon." The
cllma Is said was readied when one
tried to nllgltt lii the proboscis of il
masculine u-sldept of tho roniniiliilty,
who was In the oc of lighting his
nine, nnd then followed a loud explo
sion. Just then hoiiio on In tho
ciowd asked Just how long a ganolluo
Jag would last, and this broke up the
Oil on troubled waters bus been a
subject over which not only Kuor-
Inlenilent or Public Works Mnrslon
Campbell lias glcn praorful atten
tion for h, these many moons, hut
tho ptonilscuoiis scattering of It has
occupied tho attention of "Jimmy"
Kox, the acthe official whine Inisl
iickb It Is to Keep after nnd bring to
book any and all olleiidors In tho xl
lotion of the liaihor.
"Jimmy" met tin eiiglnepilng friend
the other day who took him to our
i.ldu anil then Informed hint that tlien
were other ports In the world that
had troubles such us Honolulu.
"Don't let a little nil scaltcied ner
the surface of the harbor worry you,
Jimmy, my boy," said thu steamship
man. "Why oer on tho Cmst they
liae much tho name plllk'n as ou
do here. Whenever oil Inn h oi lefti
to drip from the feed pipes and ho-
como spread tuer tho surf-co of tho
waler, the oluclals of tho port whoso
business It is to keep tho harbor fieo
fiom pollution, goes out In a sm ill
bout and spieads a soft woolen blan
ket over the infected spots. Tho nil
In. tills way Is mopped up, then the
clllccr wrings out tho hliuket nnd
goes through tho samo pr.cccdiug
They do say that Jimmy has en
deavored to enlist the nld of the ha--hor
commission in thu puicliaso of
flannel blankets sufficient to cuvur
sow-rat square miles of tho domain
over which he presides ns a harbor
Mf Skeeterskoot lt
I WILL HID YOlIIt iiouhi: OP 11
ftW. MllKQUITOHS DO NOT TAKK j
JHV Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Ill
IB FORT AND HOTEL STREET8 VA
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
CROUP Xstmmx rn..r?n
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A itmpiV, lak and rffrcilre treatment for bten
chltl tfoublft, folding dm if. "$?oitti Crtio
lerie iiobi Iht Barommf of hoonlrtt Couth tnd
reiJeTti Croup at once, tt li i ! tonrleieti
fiom Ailtimt. The all tendered airontlr initirD-
lie, Intplred with evetr breath, makea bieathtne
eatpi toothei the inrc throat and itopi the Couth,
a. tutfng teitfalntghti. Itliln? almbletonoihrta
with, rovtig children.
Send al otll fof deiCtlptlre booklet.
Tr. Crtlvltnt Antnttlt
rr..l T.l.ll lot the
illlt.teil thto.l. Th.r
lie lmpl, cffttlltt .nd
.nllttpilc, Ol foul
4t.f ilil or fiom ai, 10.
63 rortla.dt St., Y,
If Jimmy finds nut that It Is nil a
Joke, ho may pay a visit to tho Wll
holmlna on Hie arrival of that vesrel
here on next Monday,
A confirmed dootce to My Uuiy
Meontlne who Is it valued member of
that little band of bright young men
enlisted under the banner of Collector
of Port Stackalile, received a renin
shock and awakening to the possible
evils attendant on thu habit this innrnr
Addicted to the succulent plug, the
customs man gnu)ped the squaiu of
pressed weed, and biting off a gener
ous chew, made the discovery that a
portion of thu anatomy of a ittouso
had been worked Into the plug.
"Talk about the gold euro for the
tobacco habit." he remarked as tho
remnant of thu tobacco went calling
out of a nearby window. "No more of
that for mliio."
"For Bal" rardr. nl Hulletln ,
You'll agree with us that we
havo the best assortment of
Scarf Pins you have ever seen.
The variety includes all the
various stones beautifully set In
gold or platinum.
Here you will be able to satisfy
yourself in both design and
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