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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
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You mi'ist bo either for tir against
tile (own. Don't bo a innstiultn breed
er. Not one of the critics offers n prno-
j I Icn 1 nlteniathe for ridding I lorioliilii
tof tho mosquito pest.
If China I10 allowed to wotk out lift
own saltation, it will soon hr it na
tion not needing help.
Which tlo j on prefer, Hoods of torn
' lets or Hoods of mosiiultncs? You
can't possibly h:t both.
Tor oneo In his eventful llfollnio
; Kmperor William has been mixed up
In an upheaval for which ho was In!
, no way responsible.
l'osslhly when Senator Iji Pollctto
finishes his swing around the circle
tho prospects for a dark horse can-,
dldnto will be better than ever.
(let Into the front tank with 'the
helpers who ale making Honolulu the
Model Town of the P.icillc. Tlint'H
the placo for loyal men and women.
2 President Mndero has been In olllce
; lone enough for the worst of the tnnl
1 contents to discover that you can't
i reconstruct a nation In four months.
Public money In the nntl-moscpillo
campaign should bo spent liberally
but the managers and the rfudltorfi
should have a caro Hint It Is not
thrown about lavishly. ;
Instead of fulling among thloton
who robbed Ills pockctbook, Mr. Hath
encountered the Socialists win) did
their best to divest him of -his lepti
tatlon for nccuracy.
Martin ICagan's speech in favor of
tho United States holding the Philip
pines Is a reminder that Undo Sain
took hold of something of which he
';' would llko to let go. but can't.
ti , "Wharf
work lagging." snvs the
Too ninny things In ron-
noctlnn with public work of tho Is
.''lands are lagging, llavo a caro ol
the condition will be come chronic.
'H .... :. '.. .." ."" "" ' .
IK While a limited section ot um com
It., inanity.. Is talking, Dr. Illue Is keeping
constantly at tho Job of wiping out
tho mosquito. Mako no mistake about
A it, the army that Dr. III110 Is leading
K will win.
If tl.nl flnn, almill.l ..,, ,tlfn,t t.
Kl 'China' without stoiiplug for a Thanks-
glvlng dinner In Honolulu, It will be
.tho worst Mow Hint has been deliv
ered Honolulu as tho cross-roads of
', Honolulu must ho uinilo innsipillo
proof If It is to grow to tho full meas-
uro of Its possibilities. TIib can' bo
'dono. Tho only iiuesllon Is whether
tho people to derive tho greatest lien -
flit will help or hinder tho good work, do tho most for his city and hlm
. self Is to holo. not hinder, at every
West Point men nro reported lend-
Ing tho Chineso rebels, and Americans'
aro running tho Ilnnnces of the Per-
Blan government to which Hussla has
Just hont nn ultimatum. Aro we got -
ling Into morn trouhlo in showing tho'turo and aro willing to govern theni-
world how to run things, selves accordingly.
V'Whnt sort of n ticket docs your
. Biiffrngetto club favor?"
"Well," replied young Mrs. Torklns,
' "If wo owned rlcht tin. I think most of
' , uh would prefer matinee tlckotB."
'"Your constituents nro Baying all
'manner of harsh things about you
1 "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum.
"Such Is tho llcklonoss of tho public.
tjOno might think I was u pltclicrwhQ
(.had lost u game for tlio'liomo team.
lei Kn Montu m .At,
Per Vc.r. .nrwhcieln U.S .. .. I.imi
Per Yenr anywrim n Canada, I. Ho
Pel Veat Kmlrvi'it, tmtlgn . ... 3.w
Smcrrd at the Fintotnit at HnDoaila
u mniid-cUM mailer
NOVEMBER 18, 1911
Koiia people will bo siito tlinl life
Is worth living when they see the
Kllauoa Hint President Kennedy Is
bringing home its a Thanksgiving
'DR. J. S. M'OREW.
l'mv men hae lived In Honolulu,
Hie news of whose dentil will l; heard
with regret In a wider circle of homes
Hum Dr. J. S. Mctirow.
Ileio was 0110 of the men whose
span of life enabled him to see Ho
nolulu grow from a small hnmlcl to
an up-to-date American town. In the
days of his professional activity he
was the recognised leader for many
oars. At the same tinio his homo
was the center of social functions
that luoiight within the range of his
hoHpllality and within tho charm of
tho family circle an exceptionally
large number of men and women who
hau limned In tho world's affairs,
Most overjono who canio to Honolulu
for any stay, anil numbers who Just
"passed through," know Dr. Mcdrew.
Tho Doctor had Ideas of his own
and was a little too vigorous In thu
expression of them to nutkii him what
Is generally termed It good politician,
I So he wiis not "In politics" in a wny
that brought him frequently Into pub
lic olllce. Hut he was none tho less
a factor, when annexation to the
United States came, he said ho was
ready to die as the great ambition of
ills life was sntlstled. It was vouch
safed hint howovor to llvo to see not
only annexation, but the organization
of representative gmernment In the
islands, and a beginning or the Cov
crnuu'iital work for making this tho
Ameilcan stronghold of. the Pacific..,
HELP, DON'T HINDER.
One of the favorite; charges made
by critics of Hawaiian Legislatures Is
that nine-tenths of tho members for
get tho main ipiestlou when there is
thrown to them somo little Bide In
ane ove'r which they can spend their
lime In petty wrangling.
Never could this charge bo mote
honestly laid limn at the door of the
chief critics of Hawaiian I'glslnturos
and at the present time.
So far as In them lies many who
llnd their greatest happiness In pick
ing Haws In our Legislatures are dn
totlng what effort ami lullueuco they
have lo complicating the situation for
sanitation workers and befogging tho
main issue now beforo tho people In
If such citizens anil residents had
11 proper senso of loyalty to the
broader Interests of this growing city,'
they would of course desist
Kvery man knows that there's noth
ing' gained for Bound progress
through stopping by tho wnysldo and
warring over petty details Incidental
to tho commands of leaders In a for
ward movement for a better city,
Hxpcrlonco proves that tho cam
paign laid nut by tho sanltnry lead
ers and public olllclals of tho Terri
tory ami Nation Is absolutely sound
j Tho part for tho cltlzon who would
possible point. To do otherwise Is to
Let tho record show
Is a city of big men, men
' understand the grandeur of
A Lawronco man who hus Just rc-
j turned from an extensive tilp In tho
Kast tolls this story on behalf of him-
j self: "I went Into tho dining-room
I of ono of thoso big hotels for dinner.
Thieo wultors In ipilck succosslnn
asked 1110 If I would havo soup. Ily
j tho II1110 tho third ono reached 1110 I
wiis 11 llttlo annoyed, so I asked tho
follow: 'Ib It compulsory!' 'No, air,'
the .waiter replied, 'I think it's mock
ARMY WILL CLEAN
(Continued from Page 1)
inlltee could see Its way clear to pay
the drivers, which was gladly done.
'the committee Is deeply gratllled at
the manner In which the city and coun
ty stipcrt Isors mill the citizens In gen
eral have come forward to help. The
rupcrv lors are spending tho hist cent
of their special fund tomorrow.
Prisoner to Work.
Due hundred prisoners linvo been w
cured to work down at the docks
where the banana trees are bring taken
out to sen Harbormaster Poster Is to
be In general charge of active work
on the wharves. Tho ilrays and wag
mi", are to assemble as speelllcd below.
The feature of the meeting today was
Hie absolute continuation of the pros,
ence of the yillow fever iiior-ipillo, In
Honolulu by the man who has been
represented In an afternoon paper as
unable to find one Hiitniiiologlnt fill
biwny bud one lo exhibit to the com
mittee today. I
lr nine, icporiing on tne progress
of the work, said that everything Is
going along splendidly. One little thing
happened In the firing of nine men.
The iip.in.i lieutenant found 0110 man
worthless, hut when It came to firing
him, eight others kicked, and all were
given their walking papers.
It t estimated that lit least n thou
sand tons of material are to bo moved
tomorrow. Some of tho districts can
not be covered at' all. .1. J. llelser,
who has been working on the transpor
tation problem with Chairman Dilling
ham, has planned the work very ef
fectively. Drays will not be used where
Itnpld Transit trains can take away the
Many Drays Pledged.
Thi' following shows how tho busi
ness community has come to the front:
Japanese Merchants' Association
Ten single ilrays.
City anil County (garbage depart
ment) night double drays, one auto
.May Co. Two single ilrays. '
Cnlted Chinese Society l'our double
11. llackfeld & Co. Seven single
Inter-Island Company Olio slnglo
California l'ced Company Two dou
ble ilrays, two single drnysj
Honolulu Iron Works One slngb
dray; tttorMlvery-wagons, 01m auto
Allen i ,ltobliison Nino double
lowers & Cooke Three double
Union Kced Company Might double
ilrays, no auto iiuek.
Honolulu llrewlng Co. Two double
.Hawaiian Soda Works One auto
Peacock Co (inn slnglo dray, one
Associated Oil Co. One slnglo dray.
Standard Oil Co One single dray
Rapid Transit Company One trac
tion engine anil trains, one double
lawallan Kertlllzer Company Klght
T. If. D.ivles ,c Co. Kour double
drays, eight slnglo drays.
Von Humin-Young Company One
Phillips b Co. Ono slnglo dray.
Metropolitan Meat Co. Ono double
dray, one single dray.
Hawaiian Dlectrle Co. One delivery
The two draylng ciimpmlcs, Hus-taee-Peek
and the Honolulu Construc
tion a Draylng Co., nro both furnish-
The most sanitary dairies,
the most approved of ap
pliances and a careful at
tention to dairy stock make
It to your best Interests to
buy milk from us.
All milk absolutely rjuar
snteed for purity and
Neat cottage, furnished, or
will tell unfurnished, In the
city) near to car line. Easy
Ing a number ot drays, and hi addition
the hitter' Is furnishing Its traction en
gine mid train. ,. ' '
Places to Start Work'.
following Is 11 list of the places where
inch group of drays and drivers Is lo
report by 7 tomorrow morning:
Japanese Merchants Association
Port and School streets; unto to Wil
der and llerrtanla.
City and County See Supervisor
May ft. Co. Port and School streets.
United. Chinese' Hocely Port and
II. llackfeld &. Co, Ltd. I.unalllo
and Keeaiimoku streets.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co,
I.111111III0 and Keeauinokii streets.
California Peed Co. Heretanla and
Pensacola streets; wagon, Keeniimoku
Honolulu Iron Works Ante to Wil
der mid Ilcretnnln.
Allen ftc Itoblnson lteretanla and
Lowers &. Cooke, Ltd. Heretanla and
Honolulu Construction Co Wilder
mid IlerttHiila streets; auto to Wilder
mid lteretanla streets.
Union Peed Co., I,td Union Peed
Honolulu Drcwlng X: Malting Co.
Ala Moaiut and Punchbowl street.
Hawaiian Soda Works Wilder and
Peacock Co., LM.W-Young and Ala-
Assoidated fill Co. Ala Moana mid
.Standard oil Co. King and l.lllha
Honolulu Itapld Transit Co. Dray In
Young mid Alapal streets.
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co. King nnd
Then. H. D.ivles Co. Ala Moana
and Punchbowl street.
Von Hamm-Young Co. Ala Moana
and Punchbowl street.
Hopp & Co. Young and Alapal
Phillips & Co. Pensacola and Here
Metropolitan Meat Co. King mid
Hawaiian F.leclrle Co. Young and
W. I). Street, a famous scout under
(lenernl Ciintcr, died nt Oberlln, Kan.
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 frontago of 209 feet and a depth of
SCO feet. The lot is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
Tho main house, a bungalow, has an entranco lanal 40x40 feet,
living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, diningroom 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 enclosuie.
Adjoining this there is another large lot on which thero are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house 1 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.
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Hcnd Crofts in
WE DO IT CHEAPER
You can save money and
get better work by coming
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67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
W. R. Castle Says Springfield
Union Grossly Falsified
K Rath Address.
Kdllor K veiling llulletln; Al
though 11 constant reader of tho It til
let 1 11, I sometimes miss mnui Items,
mid therefore did not know until It
was called to my attention a few days
ago of the outrageous statements
copied by yon from the Springfield
Union, with legnrd lo mi address by
Mr. James A. Hath, or 1 should have
refuted them tit once.
The fuels are as follows: Some time
since In a letter from Mr. Until, ho
said: "I niu sending you herewith 11
topy of iriy talk on Hawaii, and Hading
that I should have lo give a good ninny
of these talks, I reduced what I had to
say to the form of n lecture, nnd this
Is tho only talk of a public nature that
I have .made on 11,1 wall wherever I
have been," The above Is not a direct
imitation, but covers what Mr. Hath
The address Is Interesting, but Is
pretty long. If jou would like It for
publication, ou certnliily are entltler
lo It. Mr. Until stilled that ho sent It
to lite for such uso as 1 cluise lo make
of It, as he round that he was being
misrepresented III some papers ot the
United States. Ho niado all nddrcss
efore a SoclalM club, or something
of that kind. In Springfield. The organ
of the Socialists In Unit city made an
oiilrngioiis report, 'pretending that It
was 11 correct report, mid that was
copied by several papers.
I tun very sorry that I did not see
the statement In yours of the SMli Oc
tober nor Dr. Clark's answer next tiny,
How the statements In Mr. Hnth's ad
dress were twisted and misconstrued I
can easily see, but the misconstruction
Is absolutely a misrepresentation ot
what he did say. Very sincerely yours,
W. It. CASTLE.
November IS, PJIt.
(Continued from Page 1)
Beat His Wife.
Another point In the case Hint Is to
be brought out by the witnesses for the
I defence Is Hint a couple of days be
fore the shooting took place Cederlof
attacked his wife and beat her badly.
Bullet Holes in Room.
Another point on which the defend
ant's attorneys arc very reticent Is tho
way In which they account for the bul
let holes Hint have been found In the
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sail Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. VU SMALL Hi: I'LKASHD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel 8tr.et
Naturally, a high class
store such as this employs
only expert shoo repairers.
The cost is no more to you.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Delays Are Dangerous
WELLS FARGO & CO.'S
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Rates Not over $2.50, 3c; 5, 5c $10.
8c I $20, 10c I $30, 12c I $40, 15c $r,0,
18c $60, 20c I $75, 25c I $100, 30c.
WORLD OVER. w
walls of the Cederlofs' bedroom. These
were discovered lifter the shooting oc
curred, mid the only point upon which
any statement will be made tit thu
present time Is Hint they are not tho
marks made by the bullets tired by
Cederlof, us I hey were llred too high III
the air to have possibly entered tho
Tried to Shoot Man.
A further story In connection with
'he past life of Cederlof that Is to bo
drought out at the trial Is that only
1 short time before the killing happen
ed he drew a gun on 11 man culled
KrlcMiii, at a luau, and made 1111 at
tempt tosboot him. ' '
Prom thii evidence gathered It up
peurs that bolh men were at the limit
mil Hint soimthlng Krlrsnn did annoy-
'd I'ederlof and he pulled out his re
volver ami made an attempt to shon,t
"ilni. Tho others who wero thero had
o lake the revolver away from him by
forte. Prleson Is stationed tit l.el
ieliua. BLUE LEAVES
Unless something unforeseen happens
In the meanwhile. Dr. ltupert Hlue.
President of the Hoard ot Health Dr.
I. S. It. I'rntt, Secretary K. A. Mott--tiii
It)) and Superintendent of l'ulillo
Works Murstou Campliell will" lenvo on
the steamer Wlllielmliia for Hawaii on
1 health tour of the. Island. The Wll
lielmliia Is dun hero on November 28
net should leave again' a day or two
Tile primary .object ot tho trip will
to ntskc a ' thorough Investigation
of sniillatloii matters In and around
lllln. The big reclamation schemes
tli.it have already been 'planned In n
'entallve way will be thorough!' gone
Into by Dr. Illue, and ho will give Ids
nlvlce ns to whether or not they are
the right ones to proceed with. Tim
preliminary work that is being carried
nit there at the present time has to bo
'one In any case, so that It will In no
way Interfere with what other propo
sals the expert may have to give out.
FLYERS FOR FAIR
Hoys who tire this afternoon taking
part In the II 11 1 1 e t I n's model aero
plane contest have been Invited lo play
a prominent part hi "Tho County
I'ttlr," 11 clever stunt which Is to bo
pulled olf by the Y M. C. A. In con
nection with Its big "round-up" and
"iitertalnuient scheduled for Saturday.
The model flyers have scored a big
hit, and It hus been decided that no
county fair can bo the renl thing with
out "some of thoso llylu' fellers, by
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