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HONOLULU, T. H, WEONE8DAY, NOV. 15, 1911.
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IIXII.-NICI UUI.I.IJII.-N WHIJKI.Y HUt-UHTIN
ei Month, mtjwhrre In OS .,,,9 7A tfi 5t Montns 0 .Ati
I vi (Jimiiei, iuileic n U S.... J. mi Per Year, anywbeic in US I.oo
Iti Year, nvhe InUS H.iki Pet Year n where n Canult, l.fto
Per Vrm, I'Mik.aul, it tfitn ,,l3.oo Pet Vear ti'c!, loitlftu. ...... a.twt
'I lie rltlri'ii who think lit' mth Hint
till' Ciiiiiniiiiitti'iillli's i(illllc;ll rlollit't
lire worn mil and J el IiiiIiIh IiIh pence
iiml iIihh not imllntt' fur it tint 'nil Is
ilMnjul. Mark Tmiln.
It's ti'tt to uiic Hint General Murray
will tlrclaro Incidentally that nil 1110-
ifllitUCK IHIISt RO.
TunrlBt business will not be bump
ered It the. program of tho s.ttiltnry
furce Ib not Impeded
Don't try to work till Hint 1 1 Ho
wharf scheme In another form. The
people won't stmiil for It.
Dr. Sun Yet Sen limy bo In the
fciitnu place with John llrnwn's body
but thoru's no doubt about his soul
If memory serves correctly there
were a lot of people who said It could
n't bo done, when the I'nlted Stales
Trans-continental aviating can be
put down us the most hcvoro ncrvo
strain and test of physical endurance
th.it can bo Imagined.
Travelers may have to continue to
drink milk In Malno tho kind of milk
which Inspired the famous exclama
tion "Ixird, what n cow!"
I.U Kolletto and his associates say
that tho Sugar Trust Is the chief ben-
cllclnry of tho tnrltT on BUgnr. Yet
the SiiRitr Trust wnnts free raw sugar.
Honolulu cannot link for gaiety
during tho coming holiday season. Hs
pcclully if tho mosnulto Is relegated to
the position of tho absentee landlord
Whether ho prefers a bond with low
Interest to a stock with exceptional
dividends, Hint man is wise who con
tinues to invest his money in local
I'ut Honolulu In a position that will
make yellow fever impossible and It
will ho tho greatest thine that litis
happened slnco tho reciprocity trenty
I'ut a nlup on your banana trees If
you feci that property has been taken
unfairly, but don't stand In the way
of tho work that will make of Hono
lulu a Model Town.
Ono of Hie dHucultlrB under. which
tho critics of tho present cnmpnlgn
labor Is their failure to propose any
thing Hint will bo bettor, and at Hie
Bamu time practical.
When thoy talk of working up run
ning Island us a competitor of Hono
lulu for trnns-I'acillc business, no ac
count Is taken of tho unassailable su
periority of our cllmato.
It Is merely n question of whether
wo want tho mosquito or tho tourist
Tho two won't mix when tlioro Is a
chance of tho Central Amerlcun mo
squito coming in to complicate, tho sit
President Taft has somotlmcs given
evidence that ho gctB discouraged, but
his trip must hnvo dons him lots of
good when he returns nnd announces
his intention of tackling tho Trusts us
the first Item on tho program.
She Anyhow, you must ndmit ho
Is a well-read man. Did you notice his
knowledge of Arlstotlo?
Ho I did, und If you wunt my can
did opinion, I don't beliovo bo's over
".Mister," Inqulrod Dusty Rhodes,
"would ynu contribute n dollar to help
beautify your thriving city?"
"Whnt's tho Idea?"
"A dollar will buy mo it ticket to
tho next town,"
'W... .- l.WV..trililVaVte,sWi.U'W,.,A .JsjL
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
InlcTtd it the rmtnffict si llonoiala
NOVEMBER 14, 1911
At one time it was thought that .Mr.
McCnndlcss illicit take ndvuntngo of
Delegate Ktihlo's attack on the Cov
entor, but slnco the vvnlcr question
lias como up It appears as If Mr Mc
Candless might think the Delegate
had not said enough.
Though the tariff on lemons has
boen attacked and the citrus fruits of
California nrc In considerable danger
from tariff tinkering, tho California
farmers keep right on planting new
orchards on land for which .they pay
from two hundred to three hundred
dollars an acre.
One couldn't sensibly assume that
the United States government could
view with continued Indifference any
doubtful conditions on this Island and
In this city, when It Is pouring men
and money Into tho more permanent
establishment of tho army and navy
at this strategic center.
The billboard Is doing Its sham In
sustaining public Interest In tho nntl-
mosqulto campulgn. The clever post
er showing the moiqulto on tho run
is attracting considerable' attention
and Is very effective. Honolulu la n
rapidly growing commercial city and
an ovcrsensltlyeness In regards to
signs Is not compatible with business
progress. It must accept all lines of
legitimate business methods and use
nil forms of publicity Hint lend sup
port to tho cntiso of making Honolulu
tho .Model Town.
"What the citizens are unit propim
lite; should have been done long ago."
"The kind of spirit we want Is Hie
kind Hint nil! etenliinllj make llono.
lulu 'talked about bj Hiri-f-liflhs of Hie
world's population as (he must Intel
llgfiit, Hie most progresshe, Hie clean
est anil Hie most beiiiillful ellj In (he
world." Kx-GnviTiiur Curler.
We have hero two expressions that
ate significant of Honolulu, the Model
First General Macomb voices the
Impression of ninety-ulna of a hun
dred American citizens who como to
tho Islands, get in touch with tho peo
ple, como to understand tho possibil
ities of tho situation, nnd wonder Hint
tho peoplo do not net when ttio course
to success Is so plain und sttto.
lu Governor Cnrtor's remarks wo
find tho conclusions of n man who
knows the Islands, tho people und tho
problems. Ho has studied them, strug
gled with them nnd taken part in the
hurly-burly us a mini In tho ranks and
ns a lender. Further, ho bus been
nn Investigator of conditions In other
cities Hint have somewhat the sumo
problems, less prosperity, nnd not n
tithe of tho opportunities.
Mr. Cnrtor does not by any means
draw an imposslblo picture for 111"
future when lie assumes Hint with ex
crclso of a comparatively littlo public
spirit that knows no such word ns
fail, wo can make this tho most, pro
gressive nnd most beautiful city In
Honolulu is on the great highway
of tho Pacific. Thcro may bo othor
roads but wo may bo sure that tho
"Tho heiress Is to meet mo at tho
"Good enough, Duke."
"Hut how shall I know her?"
"Write her to hold a million dollars
In her loft hand."
N'owcdd Did tho grocer hnvo tho
nerve to tell you these eggs were
Mrs. Nevvedd Yes, dear! I under
stood him to say they woro right from
,s. , I
travel In this direction will Btcndlly
So this city, as it pure matter of
business, tti sny nothing of civic lirltle,
should put itself in n condition to
handle Hie worst Hint may bo brought
to its harbor, and not bo nfrntd. In
doing this it would certainly gain n
world-wldo reputation for community
cleanliness and sobriety Hint would
utterly do nwny with the hesitation
Hint now enters tho minds of tourists
when scheming out their line of travel
tho possibility of being delayed by
quarantine or subjected here to un
pleasant restrictions that nre purely
the result of the arrival of alt Infected
ship at a port not In proper shape to
cope with it.
And whnt nn opportunity wo have
to do that which "should have been
done long ago," as well as mako a
progressive civic spirit cftoctho for
Honolulu, the Model Town.
The United States government has
placed at tho service of the local au
thorities one of tho most successful
"city clenii-np men" of the country.
He comes hero to glvo this city and
our people tho benefit of his exper
ience and good Judgment, Hint have
made him known throughout tho world
as one of the ablest practical Held men
of the present lime.
Added to this lender and adviser
from tho Kcdornl ranks, wo hnvo at
our disposal ofllcers of the United
States army and navy whoso record
Is second to nono In making clean the
hitherto Insanitary spots that como
within rutigo of American administra
tion. Finally wo hnvo an abundant pros
perity that should furnish tho funds
In qitnntlty to carry on Hie work with
n speed uinl scope- that should secure
tho highest measure of efficiency In
tho shortest possible time.
All Hint's needed to mako the most
of this Is tho community spirit that
sees tho opportunity and rises to the
If our peoplo cannot do this. If
they spend their time hampering tho
workers, Impeding tho Territorial of
llcers, refusing nsslstnnco and Indulg
ing In a running fire of petty crit
icism nnd vicious attack, tho Federal
government will hao but ono course
to puri'tie tako complete control and
do what needs to bo dotio ut local cx
Hut this should not bo nnd wo be
lieve will not be tho result. Tho II u 1
1 c 1 1 n s. satisfied that an overwhelm
ing majority fully understand that the
campaign now under way Is tho best
invontmntit Honolulu could possibly
mnko for tho Immediate present as
well ns tho future. Wo 'beliovo that
ox-Govcrnor Carter and men llku him
sound n call that meets with ready
response throughout tho city when
they spe.tk for cooperation and nsslst
mico' lu imblle and prlvnto effort that
will soon), result In placing iiotioiuiu
on n permanent basis ns the Model
Town, of the 'Pacific.
ALL COTTON SEED WILL
BE FUMIGATED FIRST
Steps to prevent tho Introduction or
i... ....,,.... i.nii uocvll with seed cut-
ton nro to be taken by the Hoard of
Agriculture. The matter cnino up i
the meeting held yesterday afternoon,
ii ,. Muted that there was danger
of the weevil being Introduced with
....ii,,.. u....,i Kent hero and thnt In fu
ture nil seed inui(t bo fumigated be
fore It goes to the grower. A circular
ir.ii...- u tn be sent to nil tho Southern
experimental stations advising this met
nnd asking them to fumlBnto an seen
before sending them ,bcrc.
with the ordinary barnyard
methods of producing milk.
Many people who visit our
dairies are surprised at the
for perfect cleanliness.
A visit to our Milk Depot
oil Sheridan street will
demonstrate to what
lengths we go to distribute
an absolutely pur milk.
. iv-. ,v jf
-Wt-sii.v.- mw i"i
Land for Chicken Ranch
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WE BIIALt, IID I'MJASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
824 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
WELLS FARGO & CO.'S
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Rates Not over $2.50, 3c; 5, 5c (10,
8c $20, 10c $30, 12c $40, 15c VA
18c $60, 20c I $75, 25c ! $100, 30c.
Secretary K. A. Mott-Smlth hns mill
ed another Job to Ills already long list,
for ho lias now been appointed ns
agent to tho Hoard of Health for tho
Tills Is rather different from his oth
er appointment as Hint wns only for
tho City and County of Honolulu. This
now elves lilm full power to act at
any time during tho trips ho makes
through tho other Islands on health
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
80 8AY 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 la set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, bungalow, has an entrance lanal 40x40 feet,
t living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, diningroom and
pass-pantry, aeml-detaohed 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 largo lot on which there are a
large stab'e, a garage and servants' house) there Is also a water
lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the wholev comprising a most complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age around by the Navy Department.
- y n ij-'-t i tfeitaiiiikteiiltfitf VttamtWWti tfilisi i '
Over two acres of fine land, 10 min
utes' walk from carline. City water
laid on property. Small bungalow with
modern bath and other plumbing. House
partly furnished. Fine view of sea.
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
WE DO IT CHEAPER
You can save money and
get better work by coming
to us. Try it.
67 HOTEL 8TREET
Between Bethel and Fort
OBJECT TO LOSING
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lennncc nnd the construction of road
ways In country districts.
The prediction is freely made that
tho mayor, u Democrat, will In this
particular Instance be dented the sup
port of the lone Democratic supervisor
on Hie beard, William It, McClellnn,
McClollali, It It understood, will
stnnd pnt with the Murrny-Krugcr-.
Annum combination, nnd when the,
overriding of the Kern veto Is brought
up nt the next Kntberlng of the board,
It Is believed that the veto will bo
sustulned, but not through any assist
ance from McClellnn.
P. 0. MAN ROBS
A fnmlly of seven tn support proved
ton much for his tint) a month snlary,
dceiircs Denis. M. Keoho, the potor?lco
clerk arrested Inst night charged with
robbing the malls.
Keoho h ejiarged with having stolen
tS, which was placed In a decoy let
ter. Inuxniucli us the decoy wns laid
by tho pnstnlllce Inspector, V. J. Ilnrc,
It Is presumed thnt the nlllclnls sus
pected Keoho for some time, lint tho
statement wns mndo today 'Hint they
nrc not sure of tiny other Irregularity
In the past.
Keohn'M bearing will come Iicfnro IT.
H. Commissioner Davis next Saturday
morning ut 10 o'clock.
CAPT. CASE, NEW
Captain David II. Case, siihslstuncv
dcpartpicnt, arrived mi tho transport
Thomas this morning, to relievo Ma
jor A, M. Davis us depot commissary
nt Honolulu. Major Davis Is ordered
to Manila, nnd will leave on the Tho
"This Is my first detail In Hono
lulu," said Cnptain Caso this1 morn
ing. "I havo passed through horo sev
eral times, however, and when t re
ceived1 order! to com'q,h?ro I was'glad
of the' ciinncc to' get better acquainted
Colonel Mlllurd F. Wa'tz. Nineteenth
Infantry, railed nt department head
quarters this morning to pay his rn
spects to General Macomb. Hu Is en
'.-onto to Manila.
(Continued from Page 1)
this work tho troops would hnvo to
cross tho Island In tho shortest possl
oil the Street
js the new Satin Button
put out by the Manufactur
ers' Shoe Co,
A Black Satin of excel
lent quality. ,
Up to date in every re
spect. Can not be excelled any
where for the price.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
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and other nnnoviiig
symptoms, nnd I
can truly sav that
i,)iu.i i' riiiKiiam a
V ceo I ii bio Com.
pound lias proved
worth mountains of
gdld to inc, ns It
restored, my health
and ntronpt Ii . I
never forget to tell
my irientii what
LYilla K. I'iiikhnm'A
Vegetable Compound has tlonn for mo
(luring this trying period. Cotnplulo
restoration to health means so much
to me that for tho sake of other sitlfer
Iiir women I am willing to mako my
trotililo public so you may publish
this letter.': M its. CttAs. JIakli.AV,
K.F.D., (Iranltevillo, Vt.
No other medicine) for woman's Ills
has received such wlile-preail and titi
(tiallflcd endorsement.- Ko other meil
Iclno wo know of has such n record
of cures ns has Lydia 1'.. I'lukhaiu'ii
For moro than R0 years It lias licon
curing woman's Ills such ns Inflamma
tion, ulceration, llbrnltl tumors, Irreg
ularities, periodic pains and nervous
prostration, and it is unequalled for
carrying women safely through tho
period of change of life.
Mrs. Pinkhantnt T.yiin, Mass.,
invites all sick women to trrito
lier for nl vice. IIorudvicolHfrcc,
and nhvnys helpful
"What provision will ho mndo for
tidditlonal troops? Would tho present
posts ho enlarged or would now ones
bo established?" tho general was null
ed. Enlarge Fort Shatter.
"That's looking rather fur ahcn.l
just now," ho replied. "I hellevo,
however, that the present plan Is lo
enlarge Fort Shatter, and also tn pro
vide for more troops ut I.cllchuu. Tho
latter Is centrally located, and Is lu
many, respects nn Ideal post.'
Ileahlcs making a careful study of
the Island with ii view to future mili
tary moves, General Murray will IojI:
closely Into existing conditions. Tills
will Includo an Inspection of nil posts
und tho turning out of nil troops for
review. Which end of tho work ho
will tacklo first depends on u confer
ence to bo held between General Mur
ray and Ilrlgadler Oencral Macomb
to bo held KOino tltno this afternoon.
Tho Division nnd Department com
manders will lay out u general pro
gram so that General Murray may get
through with the big task ho has set
lilmsclf to as rapidly as posslhlit
Dcforo taking command of tho Wes
tern Division, General Murray was
chief of tho .Coast Artillery, and In
thnt capacity ho had almost tho en
tiro say-so In placing the present for
tlflcatlons In and around Honolulu.
Diamond Head mortnrs hud Just liecn
located when ho was horo last, and
tho other formications nro practically
all of his own choslng. Tho general
is therefore familiar with conditions
as they now nro, and will bo greatly
assisted in his coming work by Ills
thorough grasp of what work has gono
Colonel libort, chief medical oillcer
of tho division, Major Gllmorc. coast
defense ofllcor, ami Captain Mallu
Craig, assistant to tho chief of staff
accompany General Murray. Tho par
ty arrived on tho transport Thomas
early this morning, nnd nro all locat
ed at tho Moana Hold. Colonel Khort
will mnko an examination of tho gen
eral health of tho mobile army ami
tho Bcultury conditions.
You'll agree with us that we
have the best assortment of
8carf Pins you have ever seen.
The variety includes all the
various stones beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Hero you will be able to satisfy
yourself In both design and
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