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Tpi i Oditorietl Rooms,
1' ttualntsstti Office,
When you sco a saint floundering around you may bo sure
lie is tripping over borrowed garments of piety, Henry F,
OUR BOY AERONAUTS.
Honolulu's boy members of the Y. M. C. A. who took part
in the Bulletin aeroplane contest under the direction of
Mr. Loomis of the Boys' Department made a most creditable
showing. We can well believe that Mr. Loomis has not al
lowed his enthusiasm for Honolulu boys to cause him to ex
aggerate when he says that the work done by them is far
ahead of that put on display in the first boys' aeroplane con
test held in St. Louis, a city that is a national headquarters
The miniature flying machines flown and on exhibition at
the Y. M. C. A. show a high degree of care in preparation,
lots of ingenuity and more than ordinary grasp of the prin
ciples of construction that make air navigation possible. The
average person would hardly believe that there is such a wide
interest in the subject among the boys of the city. Practic
ally applied it means that the old-time boy's love for kite fly
ing is being turned by the present-day boy into channels
that may easily develop into much that is useful in "conquer
ing the air."
It should not be forgotten that the equipment, accommoda
tion, and enthusiastic workers of the new Y. M. C. A. were
all-important tactors in making the event not only possible
but a complete success.
NOW THE PROPERTY HOLDERS.
Except for the test of legal points on a few plots of bananas
the first movement in the Honolulu clean-up and anti-mosquito
campaign has been completed with comparatively little
friction and a very gratifying measure of public support.
Now comes the tug-of-war.
With the tin cans and chief offenders among the mosquito
bearing plants out of the way, the campaigners advance to
real property that breeds more mosquitoes and possible pes
tilence in five minutes than do the smaller receptacles in a
The immediate surroundings of the homes have been at
tended to. The wet fields, the swamps and the low-lying
lands arc next on the list. And that means a test of public
spirit for the property holders.
Now is the time when the holder of income-bearing prop
erty will demonstrate whether he can go forward to improve
his houses and lands with the same equanimity that he either
voluntarily slaughtered or allowed the inspectors to cut out
his banana plants.
Here is where the big fellow proves his caliber.
This is the time when he must make the sacrifice that is on
a par with the poor man who depended on the bananas in his
back yard for an important item of food.
Let us hope that every property holder will respond to the
call for a united Honolulu, respond heartily and without ham
pering the work with court proceedings.
If he does not do so, there is mighty little of value in what
has gone before, and it will array the poor man against the
man of property with just cause.
The spur of community fright is lacking just at the present
time when the biggest end of the job is to be tackled. Let the
men of property usually a synonym for men of means set
an exemplary pace in the speed with which they answer
orders for better sanitation.
Honolulu keeps mi turning over
now leaf, wriggler or no wriggler.
l-'rnm tho present condition of iif-
falrH along the pest eliminating lino,
there is likely to result a paraphrase
of tlio popular song: "lias anybody I 11 big rumpus when it starts In light
hero seen stegomyla culopua?" lug mosquitoes.
"How did yon flint the weather In
London?" asked tho friend of tho ie
"Von don't Imvo to find tlio wcathu.
In Iondon," icplled tho traveler. "I.
bumps Into you lit every corner."
"So you n ro n hill collector," said
"Yes. Hcru 1b one "
PAYABLE Ifil ADVANCE.
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Pet Veal, anjrwhne In U.S I.oo
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Pel Vcar fKAIttald, lotitcn.
anletcd ai the Poalolliie at HoMiolg
aa neconil-eli.fl matter
NOVEMBER 20, 1911
Miinclm vitlo mid mosquito rule
seem lo lie doomed. It l the begin
ning of the end.
A Territory that can put up tho
banner crop of sugar can also put up
"Keep It, my boy,, kcop It. You
eem to havo a nlco collection there.
Far bo It from 1110 to bleak It up."
"1 want to provido for my grandson,
hut stocks may depieciato. How do
I know what will bo good n fovv years
f 1 om now?"
"You might leave a few thousand
tons of coal In trust," suggested tho
.May wo never have to look nnotlior
November In (lie fnco antl a bunch of
inostpiltocs at the 8:11110 time.
If t'lilna In desirous of keeping
peace after slio lias Joined the modern
class of republics she vtlll adopt the
David Starr .Ionian nays-that China
Ih not ready for n republican form of
government Unit she Is not educated
up lo that point yet. Mabe not, but
she appears qttlto anxious to learn.
Tliu Ilrooks comet Is now visible to
the naked eye, In the eastern sky be
tween the hours of .1 and 4:30 In the
morning, lint tliero are very few
naked eyes at that boar In the morn
ing, and besides most of the testi
mony along this line Is pure hearsay.
Honolulu Is going to drive out the
mosquitoes regardless of color, creed,
specie, sex or religion, and tliero Ir
no use trying to unscramble the
scramble that is being made ngalnst
the pest. It would bo about as fool;
Isli us an attempt to unhiish hash.
Kill off the mosquito!
While you arc registering a kick,
possibly ngalnst the mosquito or pos
sibly against the cutting down or your
banana trees, you might take tlmo to
register your name on tlio great reg
ister so lliat you will bo In shape to
do your duty as a citizen when 1 110
The nuju who votM, even If lie was
so unfortunate us to cast bis vote fir
the wiong patty, feels satlstled tbr.t
lie has done his duty. The man who
falls to register, or having registered,
fails to vote cannot claim to bo (
food eltlien, ami It generally linpKMis
that ha Is the 0110 who kicks at every
thing during the year nnd feels that
bo has done his duty. Do tlio follow
ng lines fit you?
'Arc you one of those men who have
fault to find
Willi the way that your city Is run
Who have often the governing power
Kor tlio things they've omitted, or
Arc there wrongs you would right, arc
1 . .thcic laws you'd amend,
Or Improvements that yon would
Then, say, have you registered yet,
And, say, arc you going to voto?"
IS NOW READY
The new Immigrant receiving sta
tion at the foot of Alakea street Is oc
cupied today by the board of Immigra
tion and statistics, and Commissioner
Victor S. Clark, I looking around tlio
new quarters this morning, pro
nounced them O. K.
On one side of the entrance, which
Is from the waterfront, are the olll
ces of the board of Immigration and
on the other the olllces of the super
intendent of markotlng.
Dr. Clark said this morning that the.
new station will bo ready for tlio Im
migrants coming on the Wlllesden by
the middle of this week, but the vessel
Is not really expected until the first
of next week. It Is considered prob
able that she got' news of tlio yellow
fever situation hero and slowed down.
Secretary Kenrns, of tho board, who .Is
The moat unitary dairies,
the moil approved of ap
pliances and a careful at
tention to dairy stock make
It to your best Interests to
buy milk from u.
All milk absolutely guar
anteed for purity and
HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, NOV.
Kukui Street Properly
Land Is situate near Fort street. Hall
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 230 feet) two dwellings and one
small cottage) many fine frult'bearing
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms easy) price low.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Slocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL UK PLEASED TO
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924 Bethel 8treet
Delays Are Dangerous
ipilto a prophet, took even longer
chances by predicting that the vessel
wilt not bo here. until November 2 or 3'.
IIKRUKR In Honolulu. November 10,
Hill, Sarah A. Hergor, aged fil years,
mother of Mrs. William M. (irnham
and Ittutnlph J. Merger.
Funeral services vvero hold at hulf
past two o'clock Sunday afternoon
from the rcsldenco of William M. flru-
hnm. Ilev. Canon Ault read tlio fun
eral service, after which the remains
vvero cremated and. the Interment
If n henpecked maii visits you.d.yn'
try in iiniko hi 111 feel at homo.
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80 8AY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
Wa (iv ,or ' i valuable eitate fronting on the East Loch'
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a .depth of
250 feet. The lot it set with large trees and with flowering' shrubs.
Tho main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanal 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dlnlngraom and
pass-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and two' bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottago with bath-room and servants' quar
ters In tho same enclosure.
Adjoining this (hero la another large tot on which there are
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 tho Navy Department.
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kEWALO LAND TODAY
The Hoard of Health this afternoon
(f-ft for another trip through the varied
soepory of Kcwnlo In order to com
jilete the Job', started on Saturday aft
rrnooii, of condemning Hint part of the
laud that lies too low below tlio sur
It Is expected that the wholo of tho
work will be finished this afternoon and
that the uotk-es to till In will be Issued
during the week. The mutter Is In tho
hands of, the attorney general, and ho
staled this .morning that Just as soon
aS the condemnations vvero, pintle tho
rest or tlio worn would no carrion oui,
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of the Pacific
Mnjor-Oeiieriil Murray Is not giving
himself a mtuiielifx let-up In the stren
noils program lif military Inspection
ami invrxtlgutluu that be has laid tuit
for iilucclf and stflff. Today, In com
pany with Ocncrul .Macomb, Major
Wontcn, Major Ollmnro and Captains
t.'nrter nnd (Irnlg of the general staff;
the division commander Is making nn
Inspection of defense ioslbllltles In tho
neighborhood of Willmntinhi. The party
left "liraibiuarters at an enrly hour by
Last Saturday the olllelal party made
a trip to Fort Kamehamcbn In tho naval
tug Navajo. Thd fortifications n'nti
guns were Inspected, but although he
had expressed n desire to seo the work
nt I'earl Harbor, OMiernl Murrny was.
umunc to stop mere on nccouni 01 i.ick
Department .ordom wilLsooti Jia-puh.
Ilfhed calling for the physical oxnml-
III' ills If
Bill LEGAL POINT
(Continued from Page 1)
'hat tho matter-lias boon ii very diffi
cult one to handlo nnd that ho docs
not feel Inclined nt this stage to go
fully Into the tensons or to clto the
cuccs Unit had led to his arriving nt
In tho first place, he said ho did not
feci Inclined to take a narrow view
of the word Jurisdiction. In tho sec
ond placu be did not think that it was
lio Intent of congress to put a Federal
reservation within a territory nnd not
have any Jnrlsdlctlon over II.
Ono or (lie cases which was rofcri
cd to tho Judgo and which had a groat
deal to do with tho final decision was
a Wyoming, one,' In which United
State District Attorney Robert V.
tlrcckons .was nn active attorney, tak
ing tho same stand ns ho took on this
The decision means -that the first
ciiko brought on tho samo point by
Attorney A. U C. Atkinson nitty 1iave
n still harder fight to win nut although
.In il go Clomons said this morning that
his rule in the present cnno would not
npply to that pnp ,nd -tlio matter
would" lio hoard1 on Its merits.
.It Is also understood that when tho
McMnhon caso comes up tomorrow
morning that In splto of the decision
this1 morning- the' same point will he
brought np-flgnltrfls well ns tho other
lines of dcfensotnlriof In the bul
letin on-SAturdny last;
Many a girl never finds out until
It is too -late that it was her father's
financial -rating rather than herself
Hint brought on the proposal.
Probably David concluded that
thero was mora safety In saying thnt
all men woro liars than in trying to
prove an Individual case.
A millionaire may not object to buy
ing his daughter n title so much an ho
objects to what goes with It.
Justice Is probably represented us
11 woman becauso It is something a
man Is always nfter.
After a girl finds herself engaged to
n mail she begins to realize that there
1A man lan't.noccssnrlly.nn artist. be
cause he draws comparisons.
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ON THE GQ:,
inllon of all nrihy otlicers here Under
the grade or major. These exnnilnd
tlons lulist bo completed before l-Vbrti- ,-f
ttry 2S, but It In expected .that all the
Otlicers will go through the tests Ions
before that date. The order Is In com
pllnnce with a gencrnl order of tho
War Department, Issued about a year
Admiral t'owlcs lias Just completed
his riuartcrty bike. The navy yard
cnmmandnnt hit on the Ingenious plan
of combining pleasure with duty by
doing his llrst eight miles on the golf
links. Sunday he completed the walk
by a trip up Tnntnlus.
Tho regulations ns to walking tests
for nnvnl ofllcers will soon be changed.
tho new order being that every nPleer
must do n 10-mlle hike once a month,
making the walk continuous. Tor the
tropics this distance Is modllled to fi.ti
miles. . The old regulation prnvjded for
R-mlle walks on two consecutive days.
Ill I11 ii (
TO BE TRAINED
As the direct' result nr the stigges
Hon of 11 (ruining school In which
Christian workers will receive prep
aration ror their part In the religious -campaign
In which the churches or Ho
nolulu urn to unite soon utter tho llfst
of tho year, made publicly by the Ilev.
Carey Peters at 11 men's meeting at
tho V. M. 0. A. yesterday afternoon,
and which had previously met with the
favor of tho various mlnlstl-rs or the
city, a school or this charnctcr will bo
established nt once. The new lnrtlti
tlon will be conducted under tho aus--pices
or the V. M. f. A. nnd the Y. V.
(.'. A.. Dr. Doremus Scuddcr directing
the efforts of those In tho men's class
and the Itev. Kliner Hml'th overseeing
the classes formed1 by the young wo
men. Itev. I'eters' Idea Is lo tench tlo rud
iments of tho laws of psychology, thus
making It possible to reach tho vital
point In Christianity by n direct route.
He hclloves thnt vvltl tho exerclso of
Met and a knovvlcdgo of human nature
Ui man may be approached on matters
or religion on Mnndnyi ns well as Sun
day. In other words, he does not be
lieve that a man inio-t.ho wearing bis
'Hunday-go-tn-mectln'" Milt or clothes
to.be a lit subject for npproucb on mat
ters or religion. He iilsn holds to tint
Idea that 11 man resents being made n
target at 11 public meeting nnd that tho
success or tho coming campaign will
depend largely upon personal endeavor
entirely apart from tho meetings.
"ir a man bus rubbed elbows with
his neighbor for n number or years,
coining Into contact wtb film In both
tho social nnd business world, and bus
never had occasion to discuss his soul's
wctftiro with lilm, lie resents having
said neighbor approach him while tin- fc
tier the enthusiasm or a religious meet
ing," said Mr. I'eters. Ho stated rur
titer that It Is his belter Hint Chris
tianity should make Its appeal In tbn
lintural course of events, and In this lio
Is uphold by other members of tho
IOIsii C. Almy this morning wan
granted her divorce from Harry N.
Almy. This Is one of tho cases that
had to bo tried over again owing to
tho decision of tho Supremo Court thut
thirty days must elapso between dale
of servlco and tho hearing.
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