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Of 4 EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1911.
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Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
f Wai.LACK R. FARKlNC.roN,
lll.NI) IIUI-I U1IN WUHK1.V HUl.l.ttTlIN
I'd MmiIIi mhclii US .... .71 Pi Sli Montoi .v
frf Uumter. M)'wlii,iiUS..... 3.im Ptr Vrir, nrwluic Iq U S I.on
P Vw,ainrlitleiiU!l M.o.l Per Yr.t uylifr. II C.n.il.. I.no
Pri Vmi (Miaul, inretin I3.oo Pel Veil po.l.!d, Imtlm 3.m
'pl I fcadltorlttl Rooms,
1 CI.Busir)e8S Office,
l.d cvirj imin lit- iruuiiiiiltiil, iiinl
ntciipltd In llii' i niiliiini nl o width
lilt miliiri- l iiiulil', unit illt- it llh
I III' (IIUmIiIIISIIOS llllll III' llllS llllllt'j
liN lit). Stilni) SmiIIIi.
Cooperation Is another nmiiu (or
Still BOIIIC' people keep insisting it
is only :i biiiiiII riot in I'liln i
N'iibIivIIIo lias tlcctod a negro city
cnunrllin.in That "grandfather clauo"
must be getting senile.
There will lie a cargo of polttlcn on
lioaul tin; Wllbiiliiilmi tomorrow, nml
not iniicli of it of the 1'resir br.iiul
Sarah llornlinrilt lit working Tor a
niovlng-plctuio compuii) now The di
vine Sarah Hi in 11 hutos tbc coin
l'erc Hunter lias Ik en raptured for
n luncheon tuiunriovv The AtiKtriithn
lirouiotlon man gets It going and com
ing Isbl, tbu wild man discovered In
California, luia In en c banned by a
blonde. I'robabl) Isbl Is not at wild
as liu looks
'Willi tint possibility of a port of
rail nt r.innlttK Island two jeais
'"in now, It bcliooes Honolulu to bo
'!p and dolus.
Tlio fact tbut tlio man who caught
yellow fever lias it In a mild form Is
tlio poorest suit of an excuse for tin
test of us to take it easy.
lie laughs best who laughs Inst, and
the mini who laughs list Is tlio man
who bus stiuks when they nro going
nt tho moderate llgurcs of todiy
Parcels-post legislation will again
bo nllunptcd In Congiess Meanwhile
tho express companies havo lowered
their ivies Progress In this direction
is slow hut sum
An order nt the United States naval
academy prohibits any man Troiii In
ltlng moio tlinn three girls to a hop
Probably a. hop-stcp-nnd-Junip would
lit the older better.
If the tariff board gets through half
or tliu work on tho cotton, wool ntid
iron schedules that Is laid nut for It,
Congress will not get within a mile of
the sugar tariff at the coming session
Chicago wheat slumped n point and
n half on u report that J. Ogden Ar
moiir had been Indicted. Strntigo to
sa), those who know Armour seem to
hnvtt had a suspicion tho report was
Prompt work on tlio part of Hono
lulu mid tho military authorities here
enabled Admiral Cow leu to report to
tbu mainland that tho danger Is slight.
Tho coming of tho fleet may hinge
on Just this slmpln fact.
With tho Supremo Court of tho
United StateH tletldlng that llfe-torm
.prisoners who commit nss.tult with a
deatly weapon may bo punlsliid by
death, there will probably bo fewer
attempted Jail breaks In tho future.
Tho Supervisors will do woll if they
put behind thorn any personal feel
ings at tills time anil work for the
good of tlio entlro community. The
man who has an nxo to grind on this
Salesman Tlicso nro our best
spring mattresses, madam.
Mis Voungbrldo Hut haven't you
any winter ones? Huston '1 rmiBcrlpt.
Owner How did you como to punc
ture the tiro?
Chauffeur Itun over u bottlo of
Ovvnei Didn't )ou see It In time?
Chauffeur No, tho kid hud It under
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
entered al Ihe Poetoftice at llftDoihlu
M tcrnmt-cliiif miller
NOVEMBER 7, 1911
llo lid will probably 11ml It nicely
sharpened foi IiIh olllilnl netk iilmiit
A LITTLE, UAROE THING.
While public attention lias In en nb
sorbid In the untl-mosqiilto loiup.ilgn,
tliero Is another i.iuipalgii going for
waid whoxo Important!' to the toiu
merce of this poll Is almost as gieat
ns tho mosquito light Is to tho
.Mr. W. .M nilTard Is quietly mid ef
fectlvelj organizing his forces to light
the Mediterranean II) '1 ho success of
this tight, wlili li menus hundreds of
thousands of dollars to Honolulu, de
pends upon the help of the cltlens.
If ever day the householders of
Honolulu will Bee tint tho scraps and
sweepings of all fruit Is either burned
tip ot tarried away by garlmgn tol
lectors. It will bo a direct mid great
help to .Mr. (llrfnrd and his aides This
Is a small thing to do, mid an easy
tiling Why not do It?
' BUSINESS FRANKNESS.
Day by tlay the great corporations
of the world are learning that It pas
to take tho public Into their con
thlencc. Standard Oil learned It; Union Pa
cific learned it, mid the newspaper
men of the country still remember the
distinct surprise with which they slid
deiilj found i: II. Ilarriuian and John
I). Hockefcller ready to answer any
legitimate question as to the operation
of their buslnest.es.
Ihe corporations learned the lesson
when the public, tired of being ex
ploited, turned and began to curb the
power of the money barons. I'roni this
It was but a step to the point where
the corporations sought for publicity.
A case In point happened tho other
day after n big train wreck, and the
New York World tells about it as fol
lows: St. Louis rollowlng n policy an
nounced at tho time, when tho office
of publicity man was created by the
.Missouri Pacific, President Hush last
night mithorln'd an ollklal story of
the details of the wreck near Omaha
In which seen persons were killed
mid twenty-two injured. It was writ
ten In tho form of a newspaper nar-
rntio rather than a railroad report.
It stated that Engineer Crawford mid
Conductor Gross of tlio freight train
"seemed" to havo been reoponslblo for
the accident, and that they "appaicnt
ly forgot nil about" tho passenger
train and Its right to tho tracks. Iloth
men, the bulletin stated, had had
twelvo hours for sleep nnd incnls
since their last run.
In further pursuance of its now
policy tho Missouri Pacific sent tele
graphic nullces of tho accident to tho
families and relatives of tho killed
and Injured. Haretoforo usually tho
Ilrst communication of a railroad with
the relatives of wreck victims has
been In the form of a claim agent's
visit. Tho story written by "Heport-er-Presldent"
Hush made ovor 1000
Ho "burned up" tho wires to Omaha
asking for every detail of tlio wreck,
then prepnred It cuicfully for tho St.
Louis newspapers mid ordered his as
slstunts to who the storj to dally
newspapers, largo and small, In Mis
souri Pacillc territory Tliero was no
effort to shift tho blame In tho story
President Hush went even further than
He Do you approve of dancing?
He Why not?
She Why, It's mere hugging set to
He Well, what is tliero about that
you don't like?
Sho Tho music.
"Ilurglais, did you nay, deal? Well,
j on go down They won't strike a
woman" P. 1, P.
he Associated Press repoits. Ho said
the night wns clear, mid there were
no dangerous curves near the scene
nl the wieck
Attorney (lenernl Wlckershnm, in
Omaha today, gave out an Interview
In which he commended President
Hush for the Innovation ".Such frank
iitss, ' said Wlckersham, "glvis the
public toulldctico In rnllioads It
would bo well if other rinds would
cmulnte the enmple."
President Hush knew tlint It paid
to bo frank with tho public mid the
new simpers. Sooner or Inter the pol
icy of tr) lug to keep unlet matters In
which the public has n right to be In
teiesled hurts the man or the corpor
ation that plavs the clam
NAVAL BASE PLAN
(Continued from Page 1)
The strategic position of Fanning
linn bt en given much consideration,
nml Its uciiuMtiou by a llrltlsh syn
dicate Is regarded as the overt an
nouncement of a policy of tremendous
Importance to the future ot tho Pa
cillc Negotiations nro now In progress
for the chartering of a vessel here
that will take father Houglcr to run
ning Island next Thursday with the
leprcsenttitlvo of the Hngllsh and Cn
inidlaii syndicate that has bought the
Island Tho representative Is expect
ed to arrive on tho Zcalmidln tomor
itiw. Tho yacht Ilannll lins been consid
ered, but nl noon today It Btenicd very
likely that atiotlior vessel would bo
chosen. The directors of the yacht
club will meet at "'..'to o'clock tonight
to discuss tho chartering of the juehl.
The terms, it Is understood, would he
a thirty-day charter with n provision
for extension, with the chartir pmly
to give bond for the jacht for $ .10,000.
I'nllier Houglcr has had sevoml offers
made I I lit toihi) ot charters mid tine
ot them may be accepted liefoia to
morrow. Meeting Called.
Secretno-Tiensurer J. It. Mngoon
has called n meeting of the directors
of tho ucht club lor Mil o'clock this
evening at the Orpheuui theater, ask
ing all members to nttend also, when
tho charter will bo talked over,
rather Houglcr Is anxious to get
back to Panning as soon as ixisslblu
with the Inspector for the purchasing
3 iitllcntc, complete the details nf the
Uclng nsked on what circumstances
he thought vessels could find It to
lliclr interest and advantage to go
to Fanning Instead of Honolulu, rath
er Houglcr replied:
"If theio wns only one station, ifo
ikiIiiIii, In Ihe center of tlio Pacific,
think of what would hnppcn if fur
ono icasou or another war, plague,
strikes, etc., should break out. If that
station was shut, do jou not see the
amount of business nnd trade parol) z
ed In tills part of the Pacific?
"Now, do )on not lcnllze that our
milt Is and nlwnjs will be n difficult
port on account of our mail) logu
lnttnns concerning aliens, diseases,
(lunrnntluo and customs? Uitln nnd
nil )cllow ruces will certainly find It
to their advantngo voiy often to
avoid Honolulu and to rail at n 'frco'
port like Funning.
Route Acrosi Pacific.
"Again, why should vessels going
from South America to Hongkong or
Japan or vlco vcrsn, or from Panama
to the Straits, leavo the heo-lluo to
como l,(ioo miles out of their vvn
to call here, when they could find
coal and oil In a ncaier liaihor?
"Do )ou not think, too, that nion-of-war,
llrltlsh especially, would pre
fer coaling In their own territory, in
touch with their own cable?
'Tor thoso leasous I believe tho
to deliver pure milk to our
Not only are our dairies
maintained In a most san
itary condition, but the
milk It all brought to our
central station on Sheridan
treet and treated to our
electric purifying process.
The pure milk is fed from
this machine into absolute
ly clean bottles and capped
without being touched by
1. Knllbl n-ritnm home $1800
2. Knlnitikl A-runni hume . ...J18r0
3 Knllbl 5-rootn home $2200
A I.U7o fit .mum home .... $2000
r, Paliimi r,-rti(im home $2200
G. I.unilllo fit G-ronni homo... $3200
7. Piiunul R-ronin home $3900
S. Young St C-rnoin lniine...,$4250
1 PIIKnl fit fl-nioin home ....$6100
lu Knplnlnul fit R-ronin home $5000
on listed stocks or on Improved
Wo buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and rnaks Invsttments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. wn RitAi.li nn ri.riASRO to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
S24 Bethel Street
Office Is open every night until eleven
for the receipt of 'ships' messages. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to 6:30 p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO A. CO.'S
plan n most probable one, and ajso r
step In the right direction, to main
tain and develop the llrltlsh trade on
Aftor several ears of effort tho wo
men teachers In the public Bchnols of
Now York have Induced tho city to
put them on the same salary basis
W a I I y II u 1 1 r 1 1 SI par Tear.
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
80 8AY THEEXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale 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, dlningroom and
pass-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 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: snenrr or oun
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work Is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
ON THE STREET
I'red Weetl, heavy v eight olllccr In
police court, wants to get u Inrge,
strong chair, suitable for a large,
strung man to sit In.
Olllcer Weed weighs about 270
pounds, mid tliero nro two faults In
his piesent tluono of administration.
The chair Is so small ho can hardly
squeezo into it ami so weak that ev
ery time ho squeezes in It threatens to
With tho exception of ono or two,
almost nil of the chairs in tlio police
court are bottomless. The net-work
of the chairs is so torn that it Is liu-
iZ We supply all kinds
In your own Interest ask by return of mail our free
Catalogue sent postpaid, which is our mule Traveller and
contains over 20,000 articles with 10,000 Illustrations.
We hold universal references at Buyers' disposal.
M. Lieman's Exporting House,
Established in 1883 BCnLIN, C, 25
We Sell to Dealers Only
Ladies'Tan Button Boot
1 7 Buttons, Extra High Cut
In this boot we
Comfort, Style and
These are all the
rage on the Coast
as well as the
New high broad
toes, short vamps
and medium heels.
$5 the Pair
WE DO SHOE REPAIRING
Manufacturers9 Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort. Street.
possible for any one to sit down, with
out subjecting hla clothes to danger.
Judge Munsarrnt, it Is Btnted, has
nsked the Hoard of Supoi visors to
furnish him with new chairs for his
court-ioom. Hut as yet, nothing has
been done for him.
(Continued from Pag 1)
extermination campaign for n peilod
of three mouths.
"it's up to us to try and do our
nreat part in the vvnik of freeing the
city of Honolulu from tho mosquito
pest," stated ono member of tho boatil
this morning, "and I do not believe
that tho resolution vvH find it dls
eenting vote when It coines befmo the
"Hlzzoner" Feelt Agrleved.
Major J. J. Fern was tho recipient
of a tclephono call whllo ot his olllc
this inclining which cnuseil him con
siderable mental anguish, so he s.ih
From the Tern family residence, n
message was sent forth to the, crfeet
that a heart less and determined squad
of campnlgneis under the illiectiou
of the board of health had paid nn
early visit to tho Fein domicile nnd
thcicupon laid, strong and steadfast
hands upon the plants and greener
ies displaced on Innnls and surround
ing the house. It is claimed that or
deis vvcio orders and that tho plnntF
must go as they might hnilmr the
elusive mosquito. i
Tlio Macedonian cry for assistance
availed not, as "Illzonci" upon look
ing up ino nuiuoriiicH invcsicn in tlio
health nulhmltles In such stirring and
trying times as these, appealed In In
dlcnto to Honolulu's chief executive,
that even the Majoinlty piomises
WHOLE on FAMILY
Libera Installment Payments
Beretania 'Ik a
We ore showing a
boot of the same
cut, but made of
Black Vlci Kid.
These we are sell
$4.50 a Pair
These are the
newest for street
Come in while we
have all sites.
weie not exempt In U10 raiding of iti
plant life adornment.
Tor the Uth coiiM'cutivo time Mrs.
Kutherluo U Stevenson of Newton
wns re-elected president of the Massa
chusetts W. C. T. 17.
All United Stales revenue culleis
nio to be ciiulppcd with slx-pounder
rupld-llru guns. ,
You'll agree with us that we
have 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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