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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1911.
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The passpoit to youi fellowship should be honesty of pui
posi and a devotion to the hi 'liost interest of youi piofession,
and these you will find wulHy diffused, sometimes appaient
only when yuu eel beneath tin ciust of a inimh extendi,
Di, William Oslei,
Mr. E. Faxon Bishop expressed the community sentiment
when, in presenting Dr. Currie with a token of esteem, he
staled that the merchants of the city believed in the work
that had gone forward under the advisement and direction of
the Federal sanitarian.
The attacks that have been made on Dr. Currie's work
have been studiedly tactions and nagging, carried on witli
the obvious purpose of attracting attention to the critic rath
ei than from any prompting of civic decency or honorable
Of course the community was with Dr. Currie. Of course
it is with his associates and successors who are engaged in
placing Honolulu on a basis of sanitary perfection that will
enable it to occupy its natural and proper position in the
nation's progress as a clean, intelligent, and exceptional
well handled port where, come what may, it is alwaVs pre
pared. These officials arc now doing for Honolulu what the carp
ing critics said could never be done for Panama, for New
Orleans, for Havana, for Seattle, for San Francisco and sim
ilar centers where conditions were easily a thousand per
Success is sure to crown the campaign. Make no mis
take about that. The United States Marine Hospital Service
cooperating with local authorities, where possible, and with
.the army and navy always, has never made a failure, nor has
it ever lott a sanitation task half finished.
Honolulu will be ready, in a sanitary sense, for what the
Panama canal will bring. The means and the men for san
itary preparation will be supplied by this city and Territory,
as needed. Federal assistance is welcomed. Orders will be
followed. Currie's beginning satisfies the old adage, "Well
begun is half done."
limit 3 cut think It vvoith wlillo to
rid Honolulu ol tho mosquito If mi,
wh Hot help I lie good wolk
Honolulu's iI.iiim r Is not m mud)
In jillnw fevot ns In Indlrfeionee that
will in iKo possible n foothold fot el
Mnrlni'H of tho I'nlted States niul
latum lauding mi Chinese null means
th.it in fihurt older llu It) II liu inoio of
othei II itloliB to follow
Winn jim mo ciltlclKlng tho sun
llatloii experts, Just stop and poudi I
whether an expel Imoiit tilling tho
llius cm HUKMHt would not cost mil
IIiiiih of money and thousands of Uvea
ConornI .Mining uwil the nnino of
K.imohiiinihu to nun of I ho. prini.lpal
lolls of tliu Island If IiIh leeoin
incml.itlons aio fnllovwd out, tho Na
tion lucd ncur hawi a fear of own
losing tho fort
No doubt tin.' penult) el.uiRii In tho
ISiMld of Agiiiultiiie mlos and lobu
lations In Inlr nili d for tho liniibi hold
oi and uuiitr of nogli clod iuoi'it
who no consistent onb In thulr io-
lusnl In nsslst In tho buttle ngalnBt u
"Oratnis Is i kUi, not nu miiiiie
liie nl ' said tho pioud ihiIIIUIiiii as
ho sat iltmn after nu houi s humiMio
1 uuiloi stand," bald the m illoi-iif-fact
ih iiim in "Wo'ro not hliinliiK
)ou You doiio tho host jou could."
"Von, sli," said tho Biihurlnnlto, "I
found a li illstono us Iiiiko us a koosd
I'gi; on ni) luck joiih this minnliii,'
'lid out'" e( lalinejel Ills one in m
niulliiico 'You must lutui hoen dreuiii-
"SouiothlllB 1JI0 Hint," ndinUtiM tliu(
iilhur, "I ilutcutiMi'd 'laltr lh't tho
MMiKI V .UJl.LIll IIN
Prf Sli V ntni m .An
Pf Vmi anywlttit trt US . I.oo
Pit Xert ftttywhete n La inul a f.Ao
feiUfrrt tt the Postnlhre it Honolulu
1 rcnntl.rltii. rttllttr
NOVEMBER 21. 1911
BRITISH ANDJHE FOURTH.
Honolulu gnlnod some firo adver
tising fioni tho rouinntii that lust
fourth of Jul) and In tho lurlinr of
Honolulu wax the llmt tlmo in hlstor
that tliu Hrltlsh had hilptd our conn
tijincn colobiuto tho I'ourth of .1 til
In mi Aim tic an port.
I'ur thin wo iiui) .ill feel Briitcful,
and In ouki that tho n It) romance
mlKlit not ho xpoili d in my people In
tho cit) ic-fi.iiucil from pointing the
error of fat t
A p.itiou of the Hullo tin has
now fniuaidril to this paper a copy!
or I.i Kile h veohl that (ontaiiiR u let
ter from 1'icderlck Motlct In whlih
On Jul) 3d. 18 Si, hy order of
Ailinlinl Seymour, II .l S C'ur
olliie. Sir William Wiseman In
(iiium.tnd, wiib sent tn T.icnmn
(Commencement ll.i)) to assist
tho cltleus of Tncoiuii with their
I'ourth of Inly nil lirntloii. Dur
ing tho Foil llll the Cuiolluo was
gnly decked with lines and lit
noon shu Hied tho national salute
During the evening of tho fourth
the ship was heiutlfilll) Ilium
liiutt.il The da) 8 following Sir
William mid his ollUeis enter-
Uoiu.in h nl )crt It "
"I (tin'l si) I Ioo him"
Then wlij mill) liliu'"
'O, I mlKlit as well i:ciy Klrl h.us
to luno u foolish inirii.iKn ol two ho
foio hlio icnll) settles rimii"
The )ouuk mnn had tnlked foi 10 in
in minutes without u lin ik, when tho
Kir) nt the othei end of tho wire lutoi
"lust a luemie nt, nuy'" she said
"Whit Is It, rioda?'
'I want to tliiiiir.u the lecehei In
tlio other onr. Thla ono In tiled."
gained most delightfully many of
Incidentally I inn) sav our
I'ourlh of lul) commlttie had
imlenvored to haw ordeied here
a I nltul Statis war MkscI, hut
notiu was iiMiltahle Ahoilt u
week prior to the 1'ourth, Ad
miral Seyliioiir, tl en In iiimmand
of the llrltlsh Noitli I'acllle licet,
dopptd ut .i Tiuuiua liotil and
we luitid til til to help us tele
luali, to which ho iispiinitiil, re
KrcttliiK that Ills t nRimtinents
preM'lited his (oiiiIiik with his
lliihRlilp. The Cmollne, her olll
ceis mid new wero the hest
future of our celtliratlon "
The II it lie till ilouhts eiy lunch
Unit the TiKomn Incident and the Ho
nolulu Incident of Hill were the onh
ocuislons on which the llrltlsh war
ships hao III ed u national salute In
an VmciKiiii port on Independent!)
I)M We should not fall lion o or to
nmke the mot of tho eldenees of
Kuoil will Ijetweeii the KiiRllHli-spenk-im,
nations, u uoil will that Is dull)
IipiiiiiiIiik so much more of a fact Unit
It does not need tho emphasis of ha
liiK special attention e ailed to It
DR.WYMAN, HAWAII'S FRIEND.
SurRion Coneral Wiiuui was n
Himil frit ml of Hawaii despite the re
cent ellow fcur quarantine outer
mil ji'llow feer Incident Dr. V
man wns mi enthusiastic supporter
of thn appropriation for eslahllshliii;
it Hawaiian station for the stud) of
li pros hy 1 ilorat opeits, ami thn
uiIwiiicih that haw.' he en iiindo III the
tieatiiiint uml i urn of the disease
would not In nil piolinlilllt) luio
hull nioiilid. If he had linn IndilTer
eut or lukewarm on the suhjiit Dm -I
ni; Di ) man's adinlnlstiutloii tliu
Maiiun Hospital Sorvlii of the eiiun
tl) has made a uotiilde reiut.itton fur
ciheltuc) 'I hanks to the slandiird he
set. Hie mi ii In Hue of succession urn
certain to uphold the mhkI naiiio lit
the won lie He shapid thn diput
"H nt policies with a lialbitlcin of the
Kl tat nation il lospouslhlllllis of (lie
future .Mail) people In Honolulu
should draw .i wiluihlc lesson from
that foaluio of Ills laieei.
ArrnulliiK to a document filed In the
1)1111 Jll Of fflllll MI1IC0S M'Sll'lelu lift
minim, James I rnnk Wojds of Ko-
hula lliuill, has mmtRiKod liln pin
peit) to tho riist Iluik or Illlo for
die sum of $.n,noo.
The luloicst on tlio iimoiiut Is sit
nor cent uml Is tn he mhl lnir e.nlv
while tho inonilssoiy notes rIxoii fin
the mono) mo pajahlo In Ihe sonis
time. Pro pert) sciltoiod about In
nilous dlstilits has lioen clen as
tho scoiu It).
A new plinso In tho Norman II
Smith case tins arisen. Smith was
)osterday sentenced In tliu I'leleial
Court to llfteen ila)s' Imiirlsounient
mid n line of JlfiOO, toKOthor with
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 guar
anteed for purity and
Kukui Street Property
Land Is situate near Fort ctreot. Has
a Irontage af about 170 feet and depth
ol 290 feet; two dwellings and one
small cottage) many fine frult-bearlng
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms eauyi price low.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. wn siiAi.i. in: im.t:ari:i) to
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924 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
costs making a total of owr two
thousand dollars for smiiKKlliiK and
IxddliiiK opium When 111 st' ai rested
ho had fltnii with him uml it was
thoucht th it hi) could pay the line
out of this Now, liowner, tlio ipies
tlou arises as to w lie tiler liu tan.
When tho mono) i.iiuo down horn
from S.in rruuciseo Is was linder lock
mid kc) .mil tliu key wns lift In Sun
I'lancisen 'I ho box. iminot ho lnol.cn
open and Smith will lime to Ionic to
some oilier pinto foi tho nfccsnai)
Tluro am three altcrnatluis for him
to take In tho matter. One Is tn Ret
thn mono) from soniew here else. The
second Is to nlo tho court an order
nn whit ho has, If they will accept It
and tho tills tl Is to stay In jail until
matters uto straightened out.
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
60 8AY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estats fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set wltu large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has nn entrance lanal 40x40 feet,'
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
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there is also a water
lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the wholo comprising a most complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor,
age around by the Navy Department. '
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
Ah Ymi, who was nriosted )ostoi
'lav at Ihe Instance or Shciiff Jmiet
was ehnr.iid In pollco court tills morii
'ri; foi illstnidl) assault Inn u pait
Chliii so xlrl, ngcil nine cars. Ihe
tilul nt the defendant was put oei
until Nneiubei IS, when It Is oxpeit
e'd the pioseoiittou will ho road) In
pioci eel with tlio case.
SheillT l.uict stated this mninliiR
'hit the Chinaman Is well known to
tlio police It 1 his intention to suh
popim nil Ihe witnesses who nro pre
sumed to know seimethlns nhoul the
Chinaman. Should the defendant lie
cciinleled after his trial, It Is likol)
that he will reecho a seneie punish
ment at tho hands of tho court.
Inteneiitlon In loc Is equlMilent
to it declaration of win.
(Continued from Page 1)
drawn with the mormons strain that
lie must he under, knowing Hint tills
is a matter not n few )ears In prison
but of his vcr) cxlstonro on this
em III, he Is wonderfully calm mid col
His Wife Near Him.
SlttTiiK nt the luck of him on one
nf tlio ehnlrs just Inside tho railing
Is his wife She Is a llttlo thjnic who
dnrltiB the wholo of tlio inon'ilue sst
'vlth her liands In her Inp ncrously
ami who ns nnxlously .is her husb.im!
listened to tho iiiesllons as the) c.imo
Imm the nllorncjs and tlio" answers
from tho piosptctlo JiiDineii. llo
)oml an occasional twltchlni; nf her
fliiRcrs, however, she riois not show
nothing of tho nuful strain that she
is iinriei going.
The seriousness of tlio whole case
can he felt In the courtroom where
ever) thing Is subdued and quiet
There is none of that usual tendency
to Joko on tho pirt of the nttornc)B
and each little point that comes up is
argued right out to a finish. "In n
case like this," said Attorney An
diows during nn argument this morn
lug, "when a man Is lighting for his
or) llfo ho Bhoulil hac ever) chance
plen him and should ho nllouod In
siiriound himself with nil tho defense
that ho wants. This Is no trhhl mat
ter, It Is one 'of llfo or death."
fighting with every Inch of him
Andrews, ns ho seeks to glo the man
ho Is defending every possible rliincn
that can ho found for him. Is vcr)
illffeicnt fiom United States Doputv
Attornc) C. C. Hitting foi the prose
cution. Hilling Is cool anil oven, nl
most cvuical, nnd although lie has
not said so, ho seems to hn demand
ing that Justice shall ho handed mil
In the defendant. A man bus been
killed ami tlio United States demands
letrlbiitloii and nothing should i nine
In tho wnv to slop or hliidei this be
ing can led out. "Thcro Mniu!s tho
man," ho seems lo s.i), "who killed
Ce dei lor niul we demand Hint ho shall
pi) the full penalty."
Tho whole of the deliberations dur
ing tho morning were taken up b)
tho selection of a Jury. Tlio pieise-
eiitlnn passed tvvelvo men for cause
nnd tlitn Attorney Andrews started
his examination of them. Up to the
adjournment nt noon ho hid oal)
passed ono mid that wns Ceorgo An
gus. Ho may be thrown out later,
however, when It comes for the time
.Vvvsuir Inlk Ilrunglit In.
Tho gieitest stress during the ex
nmlniitlon of Angus was laid on tlio
Information that had appeared from
tlmo to time In tho newspapeis about
tho case Andiews was vcr) partlC'
ular In this mailer nnd seal died the
piospeitlvn Juryman through mid
through. "If you wero asked ut the
present time," he (.aid, 'who commit
ted tills murder, what would )our
' Tho man sitting there," replied
Angus. "I don't seo how It could be
othei w Iso. I read of tho taso in tlio
papers mul know that there had been
n mui dor committed ut Lelli'liua Then
I read that a mnn hud been arrested
and after that wo woro brought In
here and told that the man sitting at
tho tnhlo there," pointing to MC'
.Mahou, "was charged with commit'
ting tho crime."
Ijiter Angus stated that although
ho know about tho case ho could put
nil knowledge aside for tho purposes
of til.il and that the ncvvspapei talk
would not Influtinco him In tlio slight-
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est. If ho sit 011 tho Jim then lie
would dtcldo tho cuse strlitly on the
evidence, and In no other way.
In nnswer to n further iiuesllon hn
stated that although he knew .Mrs
Culerlof nnd the lest of her finally,
ho did not havu nn Intimate knowl
edge of tin 111. having nut the bos
tliiough business only.
rinnll) Andrews pissed him fur
cause and that wns how the cum stood
ut noon when tin adjournment wus
taken until 2 o'clock this nfteinooii
After the jury have been pissed fur
cause then the eh fondants me ullowed
twent) peremptory challenges mid
this may me.iii that the si cm lug of u
jury for this c.iso will lake mail)
The typewriting and slinrlhiinil
ilnsrtx, which me tn fiiriu one inane h
nf the V W f A idiicatlim il win I.
this u Inter, will liigtu Dpirntliiiis this
ivtnliiK In the Klliihiui Art l.inruii
liilllillug, iiirner lleritanla nnd Ule'li
nrds utriits Jllns ('liailisnorth, hesd
if the ciinuneii lal dip irtini nt of the
high school. Is to hn the hixtruc tor
t'liiiHliUrable Interest Ins In en in nil-fe-tiel
anil It Is drill ved tint the
cl isis will he large Miss Olei-oii, un
der whose direction the phvsliul cul
ture nud rj in clastees are In lug inii
iluctid n pints pinresM In this de
li irtini nt
IN FAST NOW
There Is no chain c nf tin gov it n
iti nt running short f intuit v dm lug
the next term, net m ding ( lh sliu
th it Is tuld hy the ta nllk. for tin)
collections nre lirgir foi the Hist pe
riod of this month than lliej vein lot
onr This, It Is Mated. Is due hnw
ivcr, to the coiiHcrvutlmi tn
hTc total amount cullnteel up tu
November IK is IR01SIUT 'lids Is
nppriixlm lie, nnd mnv be nut u fi w
dnllnrs niie wnv or nnntlnr. hut us fir
us inn In flaunt nut nt thin tluVe It Is
No figures ns to d lifts inn be nh
tnlnid nt the pirscnt time, nnd the
total given above u ui si nts Ihnmnniiut
In nn propertj. Incnine spiilal luioiiin
nnd spiclnl Tirrltnrlil taxes combine il
(leriu.in. I'oitiisuoi'n nmi rni'iisv,
Chilstmas raids .it lle.ikhane, ongriv
ei. Pint stieet
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In onr stock of SEAL or 310
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Millet j and to suit iviry purso
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plain or decointid ilislmi In ex
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ones nt n mnili rule price
Vmir iniiiiogriiin will bu i n
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