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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, NOV. IS, HI I.
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"IT:! I ticlitoHal Rooms,
i -'! L3uiniis Office,
Let us do out woik as well,
Both tlio unseen and tlio scon;
Make tlio house whore Aods may dwell,
Beautiful, cnliio and clean.
Else our lives arc incomplete,
Standing in these walls of Time,
Bmkon slaiiways, where the feet
Stumble as the seek to climb,
Good business policy and common sense demand that
Honolulu should rid itself of the mosquito, now that it has
the opportunity and what amounts to a Federal force in the
field directinrj the campaign for a more sanitary city.
Docs it ever occur to some of our good people in what light
they arc placing themselves before their mainland fellow
countrymen, when they come into active opposition to the
local and Federal officers engaged in the clean-up work.
Mamlanders know that Honolulu has Ihe mosquito.
Mainlanders know that the city ought to be freed of the
pest, and Dr. Blue has been sent here to do the work.
They don't stop to consider whether he was asked.
Whether we like it or not, ninety-nine of every hundred
mainlanders associate Honolulu with the "other posses
sions." When they learn that the orders of the Federal officers are
being opposed and attempts made at least to hamper the
city cleaning campaign, their minds naturally revert to the
population of the Panama Canal Zone, Havana, and various
other places with which Honolulu has never sought to be
classed, but whose ignorance and prejudices American of
ficers had to conquer.
There is not the slightest question that opposition to the
orders of tlio mosquito campaign leaders is doing harm at
home and abroad.
To free this city of mosquitoes is worth millions, distrib
uted millions, millions that will not center in the pockets of
the millionaire but will extract dollars from the millionaire's
purse and scatter the coin broadcast among the working
men of this city.
So, for the good name of the city abroad, and for the
prosperity of those whose homes are permanently estab
lished, help, don't hinder; cheer the workers on, don't snarl
Won't there bo a vvclrnmu for that I'aeltlc, let tlio opposition ni.ike the
fleet -when It gets Iipii' most of It.
Utile mine lli.ui n mouth to CIiiIbI
mas Hon t fnigei llii- iMily shopping
Run I'riiiii In n has ri'ik itiiciI .mil
armed II ,ir pnlllk.iil.v tin th.it thu
rii.ul to I'.iir, linn no wajsldii tenuis.
(!lc tli mobiiilto a lit of thu gul
lopus .mil Honolulu will lie tlio town
ut model prospurlly as well ax sutil
, It looks as It oat) of thu not un
welcome Christinas packages Tor the
army stud navy won hi bo an older for
service In China.
Put the mosquito to a olo uiiilei
thu lleikclo dli cut primary plan .ml
It would lie elected to go, li.in.ina
homu anil all, hy an overwhelming
If there Is any political iidvunttigo
In opposition to a campaign that will
make Honolulu the Model Town of tlio
Orator I thought your p.ipor was
friendly to inn?
IMItnr So It Is What's tho matter?
Orator I mudo a speech it tho din
ner last irlfiht and nu didn't print a
lino of it.
J.dltor Well, what further proof do
i "Why did you leave that swell-
"Itouiuso tho swelluebH was at tho
expense or tho food supply,"
"What do )ou mean?"
'Tour kinds of folks ami two kinds
A llro.ulw'av actor tot can led awuv
l f.U Monlni ,s,,
rtr Ycit nrwlwte In U S. . .. I.hi
Pti Yrtr nnvwlictv n Canada I.aio
Pel Vrar .llil, loiinu . ,. a.,,
Sulttrd t lh I'oaloRiii u Honolulu
a sttfmil-rlass natler
NOVEMBER 16, 1911
If a Crucial ininm.indlng the mil
itary on i'M In Hawaii, worn iroldcm
In Iho Inlands a jo.ir, would ho unt
il fy the ipialllk.illon of tlio Organic
Ait for appointment to rlll otllio?
Think of tho opportunity for nuk
ing Honolulu a model town. Help
It along Don't let tlio city ho placed
nu tho map ns thu jay town that rant'
cleu n up without getting '"" " HKht
in or It.
Shall wo lilaiuo Congress or tho
coiilructors for tho roiiBtiintly reiur
ilnt! delays on Pearl llaihor work
resulting front tho IuihIoih being too
largo for the appiopilatlon. Koine
olio had hid tho beU'n league hoots of
Honolulu people need have no doubt
of what Keiletal officers will report
to Congress or any other coiiininnd
Ing authority Muko mental note of
tho fact that IVdejal olllcors have a
liy tho spirit of tho times and re
mained away for sovernl ihiys. I In
ramo to himself In his own room with
out knowing oxnetly how ho not theto
A friend sat hesldo him.
"Hello," ho said, as ho opened his
eyes, "what day is this?"
"This," said his friend, "Is Tlims
day." Tho Invalid thought It over u lulnule
"What liec.imu of Wednesday?" ho
Mrs Crouch Oh, Is theto nn tlilim
I haven't lieon through since I iu.it
ilnl J ou?
Crouch (calmly) Nothing In thu
shape of n pocket certainly.
steadily Increasing Inllncnce on the
nfTnlrit of Hawaii
Not a few of those raising their
voiles neiitiiHt lli lYitprnl (ifllrern In
the 'l"itn-iip campaign, are doing no
Willi the well uiiilei stood purpose of
liywg to Rllr up nut n u mess m Ho
nolitlit that governim-nt liy rotnmls
hIoii will semi Hie only solution
BANANAS flTTHE POOR.
Willi iiilti a few people of the lty
II appears to he nut so much a mat
ter of tlm Koine of the bananas as
the manner of their taking awn.
In other words, some have nu lion
rst symimtliy for the poor peoido who
depend on tho bananas In their homo
Mini as nit Item In the family food
supply This Is espcciiill true among
the rorttiRitesc and llawnllnus.
'I his Is a phase of the situation that
Is entitled to careful thought hy those
In charge of tlio clean-up campaign,
mid mfght welli appeal to I)r nine's
proved capacity4 for Raining results
with the least amount or friction
No ilnuM,' i-ilM (lull lint hiiiiami
plant- should ami must go, If Ilium
lulu is to he rlil uf the iiiiisiiilln.
It Is surpilslng indeed that Intelli
gent residents of tho city should op
pose the destruction of tho plants
when they h.ivo nothing mota than n
dccoralhe Milne to their homes. Tho
protests ft oni tlio poor arc easy to
Some method of reimbursing tho
poorer people or liclplpg tiem out In
their fond supply would undoubtedly
materially aid In gaining tho imi
lldenco nnd support of citizens who
aie well ititentloned and want to do
what Is right, hut under tlio lallticnro
of household need and tho bickerings
of coitaln residents who ought to ami
do know better, aie led to be Hut a
Hint they aro being singled out as tho
chief victims, and that without Just
Tho man of family who Is poor and
honest Is entitled to, every possible
Details of tho death of Walter (J.
Cooper tormcr cashier of tho First
National Hank ami very widely known
hcio, Inve boon received from Iho
toast. A siccliil dispatch to tho S.m
Francisco Chionlclu s:i)s:
SAC'liAMIINTO. Oi tuber 31. Cash
ier Walter fl. Cooper of tho Citizens'
Hunk or Oak Park, this city, was fat
ally lujuivd ami Atthitr Miller, own
er or In-1 machine, sustained a frnc
lined u in lain last uipiit, when thu
nitiiiuohlle In vvhlili thoy weio ildlng
st i nek a signal polo beside tho roiul
toar Ciilhrlu station. Cooper's skull
was fiactuioil in many places, and
iiopanlng was resulted to today, hut
ho was vuiy low tonight, nnd is not
expected to llvo. Several of his ribs
v.oio fiactnicd. A pissing automobile,
iiibheil him to thu County HoxplLul,
which was tho neatest point whole
aid could hu seemed. Miller was at
tho wheel of tho machine, and had
turned out. In pass another automo
bile. I'be illviuce Judge Is like a poor
iiuirksiii.iu; he makes a g I many
Many a man Is Incredulous because
he has lost faitll in himself.
with the ordinary barnyard
mothods of producing milk.
Many people who vialt our
dairies are surprised at the
for perfect cleanlinett.
A visit to our Milk Depot
on Sheridan street will
demonstrate to what
lengths wo no to distribute
an absolutely pure milk.
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. wa SHALL III: PI.KASKI) TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
WELLS FARGO & CO.'S
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Rates Not over $2.50, 3c $5, 5ei $10,
8c 1 $20, 10c $30, 12c $40, 1Sc $00,
18ct $60, 20c; $75, 25c) $100, '30c.
GOLFERS TO BANQUET.
riii'io win no Krcni iioiiiRH in me
Country Club iient Hatiirday afternoon
anil evening A medal play Handicap is
si hi dub d to kiep the gnlerH liusy In
the aflirndiiii, aid III the evening llirrn
win ue ii sing mum r ami sunnier, iiiu
llmt of a mi'Iis that Is planned In en
liven poit-lnurii. uncut evenings during
tlm winter season. '
SO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS Off THE
We have for eale a valuable estate frontlnn on the. East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, havina frontage of 209 fet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot Is set wit'n 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, dinlngroom and
pass-pantry, a soml-detao'ied 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' housei there Is also a water
lot 203x100 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a mast complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
Over two acre of fine land, 10 min
utes' walk from carlino. City water
laid on property. Small bungalow with
modern bath and other plumbing. House
partly furnished. Fine viow of sea.
ALL READY FOR MAILING'
Hand Crafts in
We DO IT CHEAPER
You can savo money and
get better work by coming
to us. Try It.
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
i , ,v. j:...
of the Pacific
ON THE STREET
Major (lencral Muiiav "Undo At
llinr" us ho Is iifTecllonnlely called
throughout tho service was makliiR a
railroad trip round tho Island yester
day in company with (ion. Maioinb.
'1 ho olllclal party also Included Major
(illmiuo, coast defence, olllcer of the
Western Division, Captains CrnlK and
Carter, both assistants to Iho chief of
fluff of iho Western Division, tlio
former stationed at Han rrnnclsco nnd
tho latter In Honolulu, and I.luutcn
ant Andiovvs, (lencral Macomb's aid.
(leneral Murray Is IiI'kIiiiiIiih his
fienoral lnscctlnu or tho defensive
possibilities of Oiihu hy (iikiiiK a gen
eral look nt tho country through n
r.ir window. I to elected to bo hy (rain
rntluir than motor yesterday, In order
to Ket a linn on existing transportation
facilities by rail.
i:. A. Hermit, harbor commissioner
and chairman of the Central Impiovo
incut committee, returned from tho
mainland yesterday hollovlni; that
Tart Is certain to reappoint Govonio
I'rcar. "It Is vvell uiiilciatnnd ovcrvvvhoin
that Krenr will bo tcappoltited," said
iwr. iieriuii. "iiiciu is no question
about that. I had a few words with
Tuft during a reception In Sun IYan
Cisco, but not about thu governorship.
Wo ineiely sroko of Hawaii. I saw
several United Status senntors nun
roiiRrcssm.in nil of whom said that
Krenr would ho reappointed.
"I tell j nu," said 1'. .Mt(J this
morning, when 'speaking on tho nil-
absorbing topic of bananas, this look
lug for wrlggleis In the banana trees
is like a case that I was connected
with a good ninny jears ago. It was
like this. A mun was arrcstod for
stealing- a sheep, and one mun was
brought that testified ho saw tlio lic
ensed tnko tho sheep. Tho accused
then went out and brought in twenty
men that swore they did not seo him
steal tlio sheep nnd lin was acquitted.
Same way with tho examination of the
banana trees for wrlggleis."
Tho Joko was on Unlfcil Slates DIs
trict Attorney Robert W. Ilreckons
jestenlay. IMItor Sbeba of the
Hawaii Slilnpo was passing along tho
lano nt tho hack of the Federal courts
when ho heard a tremendous noise
nnd shouting. Ho enmo up Into tlio
court to fluil out what was tho matter
and dlsrovoicd that It was only Ilrec
kons prosecuting a case. "Why," snld
Blieb.i, "I thought that It was lomo
crazy niati had got Into tho building."
.lalnes Ii. .Young Tlio Craicnnnon
company of San Francisco which U
ii bidder on tho l'rnrl harbor construc
tion wink sent a llvo who down lioir
by the name of Macrae, only a few
vcoks ago. Their hid thovvs that ho
Supei visor Low Wo ought to have
the hundred prisoners In Jnll for mis
demeanors out handling tills banana
irarliiigo. Wo could pay them thirty
or forty cents u ilaj and savo tho
county thousands ofNlollais.
Norman Wnlklns I am convinced
that tho hnihor commission plan H
working out well, and Hint tlio com
mission Is on tlio vvlmlo doing good
Hcnci',K.' Mern llllo Is ns niurli
on the Street
Is' 'the new Satin Button
put out by the Manufactur
ers' Shoe Co.
A Black Satin of excel
Up to date in very re
spect. Can not be excelled any
where for the price.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
liilif't('.i In Itu rlenn-iiii im tlono-t
lulu Is nnd Is ilolnp splendid work lor l
u butler rty.
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department and sp-ired flio wiecklng
of a political niachlno liy strenuously
opposing a lltllo rlilcr to tho resolu
tion which called for the ccisntlon ol
nil road work in Honolulu district.
Twelve two-hoiso teams together
with tho necessary men were this
morning turned over to Charles Coila,
bend of tho city and county garbage
department. Costa Ib said lo bo in
chaigo of all tho woik or removal of
rubbish im Iioforc. Willi Iho'pasEago
of tho resolution nlso p,isi to this iln-
paitnienl. tho services of Iload Super
visor WHson nnd Ills assistant, Charles
I'orly men who had fot n week boeu
nt work on the Nnuanii nvcntiii ex
tension wcro told tills morning that
lliorc was nothing further doing theto
hut It Is s.itd upon good aulhorlly
bat tlio tlmo tried sitpiHirtors of Iho
tad niachlno" will not bo left lo
confront an empty poi bucket. Fni
plojiucnt wilt be found for tho faith
ful even though they may ho linked
to boost tho Occident banana sUIk
Into a plchlnii dump cart.
All Join the "Banana Squad."
There was a decided movement In
hnnnnn stalks this morning following
upon a wholesale order which rinsed
down on all now road work in Iho
city of Honolulu. Hut on6 'team was
permitted to remain with the road de
partment tills to haul material for
tho oiling uf ii thousand feet of Nun
Tho city witter wagon, tho ocr.islon
ut deadly Too to tlio dust will continue
in service. Klvo street sprinklers aio
letalncd as will four tennis which aro
uied hy tho street sweeping gangi.
Chairman Dwlght bocauio nlarnied
at the avalanche of "kicks" which
found their way to tho gnrh.igo de
partment concerning the dcplnrnblo
condition of the streets following up
on tlio operations of tho sqund of men
whoso duty it Is to decapitate tlio
banana trco. Piles of rubbish ami
ottlng vegetation are said to line tho
principal rcstilcnco sllruts and th
flty scavenger wagons hnvo been lin
ablo atn cope with tho accumulation.
Cleanliness Better Than Boulevards.
Clcnnlluess wan In tho opinion of
Dwlght far mora dcsir.itilo than flno
houlovnrds. He advocated tho clean
ing up of tho city boforo more road
work was undertaken.
"Tho health of tho people must ho
considered first, last nn' nil tho tlmo"
Is tho way that Dvvlglit summed up
the sanation and in this he was sup
plied by Low and Arnold, llo added
Unit Iho sooner the city got 1 1,1 ot tho
rubbish tho hotter for tho city nnd
its people. If there wcro not enough
animals tho steam tollers could 'bo
used to drnw wagons.
Tho board last night nppinprlnted
?nnn taken from tlio amount at tho
dlsirtiH.il or tho road depailment for
tho widening of Nuiinnu nvenuo vvhlili
will bo milled to $2M0 nlready bet
nsldo for assisting In the work of ex
termination or tlio mosquito pest.
It was Intimated that If this sum
prows Insufficient,, further additions
can bo mudo.
TIMBER CUTTING CASE
Jiulgo Wlillnoy jostenlny nflPrnoon
took under advisement tho matter or
ho Injunction suit entered by thn
Territory against the iJowsctt estate.
This is u mailer that nroso over
tho cutting or Umber nt Waianno on
a lease held by tho estalo from tho
government. Thoro Is a specific
claiiso that states that tin trees of
any kind must bo cut, but tlio estalo
lot a colli ract to sotno Japanese, to go
abend and cut timber.
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variety and to suit every purso
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plain or ilicoratid design In cx
iltislvu pattern", to Inexpensive
lines nt n moderate price.
Your, moiiogiuiii will bo enr
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