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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,
FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1911.
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lint llll hilleie that "liirj nriuii:
Mlilih iiiil'IiI not In he triie.
Ilonolnln's mosiinlto hattiiiK tilth
uro Is way ubovo "00 now
If Confucius could only look down
on those Chinese lebels now
(lond road innliitnlnlnj; is mid to
be a blRRcr (imposition than Rood
llrlni; on tlic I'urnpcun Immigrants
linliiKtrj netds (hem A wealth of op
portunity Is iiunilinK them
llvfra dividends for those that bau
It, ought to mean mole liberal eon
tributlotis to tho tnuscs that need it.
Some of those Maneliits must have
IhotiKht that Sun Yet Si n and Sen
Sen ntn tm 11 (cil lo about the same
What von Intiiid to do tomorrow In
tho iiiiistiiilto tuinpulRii will suit I) bo
put olt until il.i after tomorrow. Do
'I ho mini who talks back to I lie iuo
sipiito lnspettor Is not boosting liny
Tor Honolulu, the Model Town of the
livery stictessful nttark lundo upon
thn mosiinlto Is Ilke-H-ctmimunlty-ln-vcslmcnt
that returns a hundred pot
KaiiKiis nwn)s goes tho limit on
everjthltiK that Is new. Tar and
fenlhers for one of lis school minus
is n fair samplo
When Honolulu gets rid of the
garbage now cluttering tho side
walks It will look the purl of tlic
Model Town of the Pacific
With money mill men at its dis
posal thero Is oery meson why "Do
hint now" should ho Honolulu's slog
an III getting after tho mosquito.
After all of tho swatting and other
things that aio being tlouo to him the
mosquito that stavs hero until after
Chilstmns will hao some none.
We hopo there will bo no moro war,
but If It must (onto lot It bo In somo
part of tho world whom the names
can bo spelled without looking twice.
lust a little timely attention to tho
fruit In our yanl will keep the .Med
iterranean lly In check and open tho
door for our fruits sent to tho Coast.
It's worth tho trouble
Tourists will keep light on coming
when they hear that Honolulu is be
ing mailo mosquito freo for all tliuo.
Why not get In and help Instead of
hindering tho campaign?
Tlto morning paper sns It does
not speak as "the mouthpiece, of the
IIIIo railway" This lilt of Informa
tion Is reassuring. Tho people hao
ulwnvs thought dlfTorently.
No one ever thought of .1. A Ma
goon making n hit as an Impresario
hut tho popularity of tho talent ho
lias brought to town Indicates that
hn Is In lino for special lumens
.lano 1 hut Mr Slnillopato Is at tho
door. Shall I tell him you uio en
gaged? Miss Plnklo Show lilui Into thu
Miss Plnklo And, Jane, after ho
la)s his box of chocolates on tho ta
ble, tell him I'm out.
"Whin I was a vounir mnn." said
Mi. Ciiinrox, "I thought nothing of
working twclvo or fourteen hours u
Irt 3I Montni 0 .,,
Tn Veil, nywhrlc In U S I.oti
Per Vest anywhere n Ctnde. I. Ho
Pel Vcir uoMpa'd, lomn a.on
meted at lti Postorbcs l HonolUu
m tecomllts, tattler
NOVEMBER 17, 1911
lutilcr says ho inn) como to Ha
wall If ho can ocromo tho dread of
tho sea trip lie should remember
Hint tho sea trip of the Pacific Is far
different from tho stormy Atlantic.
Perhaps when they Hud that tho
Trust wants fico raw sugar, tho pet
pie will realize that the manufactur
il of rellned sugar doesn't tniu what
happens to the farmer who ptodmis
When all the big business men are
utiilei Indictment, the country may
lealle that putting Hie laws In shape
so that the people will know when
the) ale doing a legal business Is
qullo as important as tariff legisla
tion It is unfortunate that China Is not
strong enough to setllo her own troii
htts without Inning tho Powers In
terfeio for the purpose of being cer
tain that the other fellow shnll not
grab tlto whole country niiil keep It
for his own.
Don't try to fool joursclf Hono
lulu Is today in thu hands of l'ederal
sanitarians In tho sense that the Fed
eral government could not send us
better inch and would not send more,
If It were pa) lug the hill for tlic
whole clean-up campaign.
Thn l enthusiastic annual meeting
of tho llealnnl Ilo.it Cluli Is a fore
cast of bettor mill livelier dnys on tho
waterfront. Mvrtlo hova now llnd In
competition mi orgnnlratinn worthy
of their best effort, and the town Is
assure i! of first class sport
What better everelso could you ask
than cutting out bananns and culling
the fruit Infected with tho Mediterra
nean lly. Work In tho back vnril
should mako a timely diversion for
tlto business man who needs outdoor
ccrclgo Into afternoons and Sitnilujs.
Of com so there will bo loud noise
of piotcst when tho sanitarians reach
thn rieo and taro patches within tho
city limits, but those, must go If the
mosquito Is to bo conquered and tho
campaigners expect to hold the con
fidence of tho littto fellows who have
saerlllccd their food supply of ba
nanas. Willi A. I.. C Atkinson promlncntl
mentioned for tho position of Collec
tor of Customs, President Tuft will
have an opportunity to mako good on
what ho didn't do when Mr. Atkinson
was nained for another federal posi
tion Hut In n campaign ear no one
Is safe In betting on appointments till
they nro ninth1.
Did you over stop to realize Hint
progress Is always the slogan that Is
sounded by tho nlllcers of tho army
nnd navy stationed hero or who come
on a tour of Inspection? You never
bear them advocating anything thai
will put Honolulu In the list of Jit)
towns. They are nlwnjs for a model
town nnd ready to help.
When tho teacher's salary schcdiila
Is an open public teenrd that Is In thot
possession of ona or nioto olllclals on
each of tho Islands, It can hardly be
termed a secret document, Somo of
tho criticism Hint Is being offered
sounds like tho advance shots of tin
dny." "I'ather" lopllcd tho joints
man wllli sport) clothes, "I wish you
wouldn't mention It, Thnso non-union
sentiments uiu liable to mako vou un
popular." "I'm a self-miido man," stld
pi oud Individual
"Well, jou'ro nil right oxccpl ns to
vour head," commented tho oUierpnt
of the convoisatloii.
"How's Hint?1 I
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tut? pui ,ijii mm nun in Mill ui
ptonortkm to tho part jou think with."
nltnik Intyndcd to foico 11 jeturn to
tlto oltl sjstein of underpaid teachers
In tlic public kcIiooIh.
THE SCHOOL BOARD.
Next to tlto toucher, thn school
board Is the must Itnpoilnnt factor In
the iidvnnroiiKiit of school Interests.
Wliilhir tho schools ho n success or
n fnlhiro lies lnrRely within tlto con
trol of the member. None hut the
best men should he elected to tho
school bonrd mill the hest men ur
usuillly not the ri cutest talkers, nor
the most anxious to holil the position
lint they tire men of Intelligence,
with kooiI business JutlKinont and a
thorough iipptccliitlon of their olllce,
its responsibilities and Its limitations.
They do not claim to know moro on
piofesslonnl matters than tho piofeH
slonnl heads of tho schools and they
hao no axes to tirlnc!
HONOLULU SHOULD BE READY.
When President Tuft luoko the
giouiiil at the site of the l'anania-1'a-clllc
i:pusltloti in (loldeii (lute Park,
Sin rrumlsco, ho stinted the run
stiuctlon work on mi exposition Unit
will surpass mi) thine of Its nature
over held In tho past, and this expo
sition Is In honor of the completion
of the greatest achievement of human
Imliistr) the Piinnnia canal.
Hawaii has been Invited to partic
ipate In tills giandest of world gath
erings, ami has been granted tho pick
of locations for Its Territorial exhibit.
This world's event Is being held in
11 tlty whose people have thu energy
to carry the great undertaking to a
successful end, nnd they are at tho
tusk of construction now.
This Tcnltorj must bo up and do
ing It should ho leady and waiting
not onlj as legaids Its exhibit on tho
oienlng day, hut also as u model town
receiving and cntoitalnlng the great
flood of tourists that will swarm to
San rnincisco fiom all parts of tho
globe, nnd not be satlslled till they
hnvo seen something or Hawaii.
THE STEEL TRUST BATTLE
Ilrlcf cnhlo nth lies received Inst
week gave llttlo hint of tho smashing
nttiuk thm ,ilio United Hiatus govern
ment, through tho .Department of Jus
tice; Is making on tho United States
Steel Corporation, commonly known
ns tho rteel trust. Kullor particulars
were received by mall later and
sliow that the government's attack
goes far deeper, apparently, than Its
sensational tind very largely success
ful assaults upon tho Simulate! nil
company and thu American Tobacco
company, both of which have been ord
ered lo dissolve.
The complaint by tho Attorney-General
goes Into thu various financial
deals by which tho steel trust nttnlned
Its present enormous strength and the
glnntB of llnanco that nro called Into
court are such as no suit beforo in
tho history of law in any country over
biotight forth. Hardly a big name In
Amciltnn Mnntuo today but Is drawn
upon for evidence.
Tlto steel trust has 100,001) stock
holders, n bllllon-ilnllar capitalisation,
93,000 employes, nnd tho peoplo dl
lectly and Indirectly dependent upon
Its piosperlty for their own livelihood
probably mo not less than a million,
Including tho families of tho employe,
tho mlncrti whoso work furnishes tho
raw material, and the scores of allied
with the ordinary barnyard
methods of producing milk.
Many peoplo who visit our
dairies are surprised at tho
for perfect cleanliness.
A visit to our Milk Depot
on Sheridan street will
demonstrate to what
lengths wo go to distribute
an absolutely pure milk.
Neat cottage, furrjlshed, or
will sell unfurnished, In the
city near to car line. Easy
on listed stocks or on Improved
Wo buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Seouri-'
WB SHAM, 111! PI.HASUD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
trades built up nrotiud the fctccl in
It Is tho attack of a determined de
partment, Willi tho prestige of suc
cess nnd wllli, (ho hacking of tho peo
ple ut large.iiipon n corporation In
trenched behind millions of wealth,
serving n ery real purpose, furnish
ing support for uncounted thousands,
and lidding not u little to the weight
of American commerce.
Thero is something of tho romantic
about this Homeric hnttlo, for that it
will be a buttle no onu can doubt.
In tho locking of bonis between thn
legal leaders of tho piosocntlon and
defense, It will ho the peoplo at large.
tho industries of tho country that suf
fer, but whether victorious or not. tho
government is accomplishing already
something toward checking tho evils
of ovcr-cnpltnllziitloii, stnek-wnteilng,
nnd Inllated securities handed nut ns
fees for promotion and undcrwilting,
ns well as tho real aim of Uncle
Sam's efforts, to maintain freo com
petition In this country. -
80 SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on tho Eait Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set witn 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 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
largo stable, a garage and servants' house) thero 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.
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 STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
of the Pacific
(Continued trom ffge 1)
again Hip property of Hie Territory,
nnd Is tinned over ns n slto for tho
new nnnory. Once before, In 190.1, im
r.npmnrlnllfiii was secured for tho
construction of nn nrmory, nnd two
J cars later tho $30,000 thus obtained
lapsed because the I-Ydcral govern
incut still held on to the desired site,
even though President Tnfl, thou sec
retary of war, had promise! a siieetly
adjustment of tho matter. Now. with
nn appropriation of $1(10,000 nvallnbln
next jenr for building purK)scs, anil
lapsing in 1913 it not cxiientlcd, any
iindtio drtnjs In securing tho slto nro
The deal by which tho Territory
hopes to regain possession of tho drill
shed lot is somewhat involved. Land
tin tho Ala Moana road owned by prlv
.ito imrtles has been picked out by
military nuthoiillcs as n desirable.
place for nn Infantry post. It Is pro
posed that tho lVderal government,
give up tho drill shcl lot for this slto,
agreements being itindo whereby thn
prlvntc owners will bo iclnihurscd and
tho Territory get hack the drill shed
lot, A three-cornered transaction of
this kind Involves the untjlug of much
led tape, nnd that Is why thero Is
need In start tho machinery nt once.
General Murray will probably mako
it personal Insiiectlon of both sites be
fore he makes nny iccnmtnendntlon to
the department. The Oovetnor will
ptohnhly tnko tho matter up with him
In the near fiitine.
Ocnenil Murray nnd Ornornl Ma
comb, accompanied by inenib"rs of
the division nnd department staff, left
this morning for n motor trip round
tho Island. Tho pnrty expects to bo
In tho field until Monday, nnd neither
Ocneral Murray nor (1cnur.il Mncomb
are expected nt nnny hcntlmmrtcrs
until tho early vrt of next week.
At "t.lO n'ltntk this evening a cor
oner's IniptoMt will bo held nt tho pollen
station for the purpose of delllierntlnR
the euiiso of tho ueeldental death of
I .owl Ah Kwal, who was killed In an
elevator of tho Young lintel Inst Jtnn
it,i morning. Deputy Mhirllt Iloe, tho
coroner, hns sulipoenaed all tho wit
Posses to be present.
tilth pottmli deposit, mild lo contain
moro than enough of this substanco
to supply the needs of the United
States, bnve been located In the AVcst
liy Mletitlsts of thq nepiirtment of Ag
Delays Are Dangerous
WELLS FARGO & CO.'S
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Rates Not over $2.50, 3cj $5, 5c J10,
Bei 20, 10c $30, 12c f $40, 15c 00,
18o; S60,'20c; S75, 25c $100, 30c.
on the Street
Is tho new Satlo Button
put out by the Manufactur
ers' Shoe Co.
A Black Satin of excel
Up to date in every re
spect. Can not be excelled any
where for tho price.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 TORT STREET
ARE YOU ttliS?
Then Look to the Condition of
Yoof Blood You Cannot Have
Strong Nerves If the Blood
h Thin and Weak.
The rnuo of mneli ncrvc-tn tronble H
poor blood. Tlto roiitintml iletiiaiiil
liHin tho liervnui system liy tho work
ruxl worry of tlm daily life will rettlt In
breakdown unlex tlto lilnml U puioiniil
rlrh, for ills tlic Mood tjtst slvo to llio
ticrvcs anil other tifsiiesof llin Imdy thn
nonrisluiipnt they need. A ra"e In
proof, wliltlilllutrntptheproer treat
ment for litnity ncrvons disorders. Is
(lint of Mrs. .lolin K. Hainan, of I.Ik
hart, Texas, who took Dr. Williams'
Pink Villi for Palo l'eoplo upon tlto ad
vitntif lirr fnlher-ln-lnw, thn Into Hon.
John II. Honpin, who w.tTntmfHir
Oenerftl otthn (Ion federal y, U. H. Sena
tor for n nnmliprof years and ('liii.rni.in
of tho ltallrond Commisrioii of Texs.
Her huelinnd was formerly Count v At
torney of Anderson county. She tells of
lier cure, ni follows:
"My flrkiiesslipgnn several yearngo,
M a. nxult of worry sitil overdoing,
xhilo nursing my child during pii knes.
I wni living nt .lac k'onvitln but was
mnveel to Crockett (o my siMer's home.
I m in heel for nlmtit six tiiontlis and
was conptantly under tho earn of doc
tors. They pronounced, my cno ner
vous prostration and gsvo mp tonic) to
ketn up my strength at well ns they
could. I was finally nblo loget up '""n
lsd lint rnnld Just get around and did
not pain In lienlth. I suirerc.il mostly
with my heart. It seomed to pilpitnto
nnd I would often faint away nnd Ini
unconscious. Sometimes thn exertion
of rNiug from utv chair would catfe mo
to faint nway. I wa so norvout that
I couldn't lienr lo havo any fim'so or t x
ritoinciit near me. I was pate nnd bad
no strength or hfn at all. My stomsili
was weak nnd ilidn'tpccmilblo to digest
anv thing hut the lightest foods.
"My fntlierdu-lnw, tho lion. John
It. Kettfjnn, who had taken Ilr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for liloTcVipIn for rheu
matism ami who w a cured hy t hem , tier
stiadedmn toghothoplllsa trial. In n
short thno 1 1 oitld sco that I was mend
ing for I could sleep taller, I tagnn to
have an appctito anil was less nervous.
My improvement wns gradual until I
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro sold by
nil dnifttists, or will lie sent, wHnitItl,
on receipt ot price, B0 cents per hoxj
six taxes for ti.oO, by tlm Dr. Williams
MedlciiioCn.,Sthoncrladv,N. Y. Wrlto
forn frtflcopvotournewtaioklct, "Dis
ease s ot tho Nervous Hjstom."
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
TREASURER'S OFFICE, HONO
In re Dissolution of the Honolulu
Stock-Yards Company, Limited.
Whereas tho HONOLULU HTOOIv
YAIIDH COMPANY, I.IMITIU), u cor
poration established nndtOxUtlnK under
and by virtue of tho laws of the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii, has pursuant to law
In such cases made and provided, duly
tiled In this olllcp u petition for the ells
solution of the said torpeiratlon, to
Kcther with a certllkatn thereto un
noted us reittlrcd by law ;
Now, therefore, Notlie Is hereby
Riven to mi) inid'-iill persons tint hevo
leen or nro now Interested In any man
ner whatsoever In tho said corporation,
that objections to the Krnntlnir of thu
sulci petition must bo tiled In this of
fice on or befuro 12 o'clock noon. Jan
uary 12, 1112, nnd that nny person or
persons desiring to hn heard thereiiu
must be In uttrnilalien lit thn olllce of
llin undrrxlKiicd, III thn Kxec-ittlvn
llllllillliir. Honolulu, ut 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to show causp.'lt nny, why
said petition should not be Rrauted
() I. CONK1.1NO,
Treasurer. Territory of I law all.
Honolulu, October 28, 1911.
&07I Nov. 3. 10, 17, 21; Doe. I, S, IE,
22, 20; Jnn S, 12.
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cluslvo patterns, to Inexpensive
ones ut it nioikriito pi Ice.
Your moniiRrnui will be cu
Kiavcil freo of cIiiuro on our
Inspect our exttuslvo stock
oil will ho plumed.
I'lViWo." i .. .tfu '---"!'--JsatakU
" M'H;i !