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eVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1911,
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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soli. Kansas Isn't the (inly place
statesmen, Kiillu prunes
Only n wireless nrilei can now beat
1 Itinol ill tt In 1 1 io limn iace Tor Hi.it
Here's In tin new C'lilnit. Muy IIh
unity lie ccilnlu ho tluit Its prngioss
nmy lie mire.
China 1ms it gloat ilny alie.nl. tint
there will he wading In lilnoil up to
the bridles before the nation nnies.
So far UK Christian ci Illation In
war Is concerned, it scums to bo a
stand-off between Christian Italy and
No one thought that Sarah llorn
liardt needed free advertising at this
lime or life, until .he entered Into a
Killing (he luosipilto Is the main Is
sue. Ditomologlsts ale trying to tuin
us off Into n silly byway that leads
to community perdition.
Mtidglng from oxpeilencos, thb Chin
ese rebels seem to think that It Is
safer to kill off the Maiictius first and
do the arguing afterwards.
The war against tho mosquito and
tho f i ult fly Is not going over to a
nioie propitious season but Is to be
kept right up to the handle.
Honolulu inert t is it this time. Tho (
light will be kept up until the repoits
of it In the papers will be but a one
line nlTalr on the Inside page.
Champ Clark eats his luncheon
fiom u basket Instead of going to the
elaborate restaurant at the capltol.
Now we know how they get votes In
Fullawny may have lollcvcd his
Mini of a little sejentlllc bile but what
posslblo good has he done as a io
sponsible cltl7en whose duty Is to
help, not hinder.
Now that the stmt has been made,
do it up brown. We don't want a
tingle tourist to over go away and
attempt to explain what Is the mai
ler with Honolulu.
fc'nnin of us havo still many things
Io learu. Thero Is the dllTeienco be
tween a miiidiioom and n toadstool,
for Instance, not to mention anything
about more dilllcult matters.
No one would hno much conlldenco
In a sanitation campaign conducted
by the entomologists. So why under
the sun do they butt In with an cITort
to hamper tho trained sanllarlans?
Cotton growers of Imperial Valley
In California havo organled a cor
poration to handle their product. Per
haps Hawaii lias furnished an ex
ample In tho practical work of mar
keting thioiigh corporations, whether
II has uiailo a sucioss of cotton or
"Wo mo transacting tho people's
business. Wo aio the people's seiv
nuts; and theie Is no good reason why
the people should not know what we
me doing," Is tho way Mayor Itolpli
of San Francisco expressed himself
'when ho told the piess that all his
"Your father tells mo." said tho
earl, "that ho Intends Io leave all his
money to chailty."
"Oh, don't let that worry you at
nil," loplled (ho beautiful heiress.
"I'm sure he doesn't mean It. lie told
me Inst night thnt he was going Io
try to llinl out whether jtui leally
loed mo for myself alone."
Ki Sli Vontnt
Per Ytir unywheicln UA
ad. l.fft 1
Per Vent anywhere n Cumuli.
Pel Yer i-nnttmlil, lonnn
a-ttcrtfi at Ibc rostorace at llouoiola
a. nctoDri-clasi matter
NOVEMBER 22, 1911
meetings would be public meetings
except when extraordinary occasions
demand executive, sessions Publicity
in public affairs Is a lending, factor
of piogrcsslte gu eminent.
Whenever there is a movement for
the betterment of Honolulu, ulwti)s
somebody tiles to rock the boat.
Pleasure and prollt arc the two In.
centlvcs for evory moicmciit In life,
It Ik hard to see wlicie the ''knocker"
or "dogger" gets nny pleasure from
his wink, and It Is still harder Io see
wlicic he gets any prollt. Honolulu
has been many yea IB getting to this
pest elimination period, but now it is
on for good and nil. Common sense
has been applied to the situation and
the sanitary movement, that in o tills
here todny, Is of tho coin on the cob
variety. It Is to be hoped that Hono
lulu will liecomo n Model Town In fact
before nhy of Its tourist trade gets
the habit of tinning off on the Aus
FEDERAL EXPERIMENT STATION
What's the matter with Hie United
Slates Agricultural experiment Mil
Not many weeks ago at a luncheon
given by President Ullmoie of the
College of Hawaii for tho purpu&o.ot
assembling local entomologists for n
discussion of tho eradication of the
.Mediterranean fruit fly, the staff of
the Federal Agricultural Kxpcrlmcut
Station enmc Into1 prominence through
tin, radically divergent opinions ox-
piessed by the Director of tho sta
tlon nnd a member of tint stun. One
said the fruit fly eould not bo exter
minated, the other made si somewhat
heated reply thnt It could.
Now comes another member of the
United States Agricultural Kxporl-
meut Station, who after having been
asked Into conference with sanita
tion experts, seems to ho of tho opin
ion that ho has been slighted, his con
clusions suppressed, his suggestions
Iguoieil, nnd generally subjected to an
nil-round squelch So ho airs what
he says are his hitherto censored
lcws and withdraws from further as
sistance to the citizens' sanitation
It Is natural therefore, to query
whether tho climate on tho slopes of
I'unchbowl and Tantalus Is productive
of n touchy disposition, or tho mem
bers of that particular Federal staff
feed mi raw beer or koiiio other diet
thnt causes humanity to "delight to
bark nnd bite," though It bn nut their
Judged solely by the communication
ho lias iiiiftlo public, Mr. Fullawny, tho
nngry Federal entomologist, Is some
parts of u chump. Wo havo no doubt
that In niany other respects ho Is n
llrst class fellow. Furthermore we
assume, mat no Knows ins uusiqcss
when It cpmes to Ills especial duty of
teaching the small fanners of Hawaii
how to grow fat and prosper. Moro's
tho pity ho doesn't stick to it.
When It conies to tho nianngoment
of a clty-wlde sanitation and mosquito
campaign, Mr. Fullawny ought to be
enough of u man us well its tin ento
mologist, to realize thnt tho only
pi actlcal method of operation Is to
follow tho lead of tho General In com
mand, tho man whoso duty unci re
sponsibility It Is to gain all tho sug
gestions possible and then act as his
Judgment and experience dictates. If
that policy Is not tho working basis
"I suppose," said tho facetious
householder to tho plumber's assist
ant, who has been sent to repair tho
leak, "that you mo one of those
plumbers who always forget to In lug
tho right tool, and then hno to spend
an hour or so going back for It "
"No, sir," loplled the honest wnik
Ingimiu "I nlvwijH remember not to
In the innnagcincnt of tho Federal Ag'l
rlculturnl Experiment Station, the"
place Is In need of some imllcnl'
hi this particular Instance tile of-
llcer In charge Is Dr. Huport lllue. If
I'hI lawny In a lit of somewhat chlld-l
Ith wrath feels that Ills views havo
not been given sunicieiit weight, his!
loyalty to the cause of a sanitary city!
ought to prevent him from dropping
out of the ranks and playing the part
of the traitor Inking pot shots at the
army of progress. It Is difficult sotuc
times to know whether such a man Is
mine entitled to pity for his folly
than contempt on account of the harm
ha docs In bolstering the Ignorant
unit the Melons In their blind nppil
sitlon to the orders of tho men who
nre trying to get results.
Wo repeat. Honolulu has at the
head of Its sanitation and mosquito
campaign one of the most experienced
ami successful field sanitarians in the
United States. He knows his busi
ness, and he Is not so hidebound that
he will not accept, nay ho solicits,
suggestions, lie, has the support anil
cooperation of other skilled ami
trained sanllarlans who are especially
equipped with cxpcrUnco In local
These men may. mako mistakes.
They iiro human. Hut In nil sense
and reason they are not so liable to
error, either In innnagemciit or dis
play of small temper, as the scientist
wIiubo business It Is to apply Ills sci
ence to agriculture rather than san
itation. Tho situation wnlilcf bo parallel If
an entomologist of the Department of
Agriculture' In Washington who had
been nsked to a general conference
with the Marine Hospital Sen lee
should come out In print nnd con
denm tho latter service because his
advice had not been followed.
Ktcept by tho manipulators of pet
ty politics, that man would bo accept
ed throughout tho country as having
written himself an ass. And If the
crisis vvcto serious, it would bo the
time for his disappearing.
It Is a great misfortune that a man
in the Federal dcpaitmeuts, to whom
tho people naturally look for ensy
wnrklug coo-operation, can't keep
free from 'the damnable, 'petty, pre
sumably un-Amcrlcan nagging and
bickering that have done more than
woiklng co-operntlon, can't keep
nny other single evil Influence to re
tard the progress of thlB city and
Fullawny may bo an entomologist,
but above till ho nnd other scientists
should bo first n man and an Amer
ican. IFOR THE MEN OF THE FLEET.
Tlune arc two sides to tho coming
ol the racillc cruiser fleet, bo far as
Honolulu Is concerned.
Tho lit st Is what tho licet In going
to do for us; and the second Is what
wo are going to do for the fleet.
Tho llrst needs no emphasis. The
coming of the wnr-vessols means
thousands of ilollaiH spent with Ho
nnlulu's merchants, garages, supply'
houses and theaters. It means world
wldo advertisement of Oalm b spec
tacular military features. Tho nd
vantages of this visit nro too obvious
nnd numerous to need elaboration.
Hut what Is Honolulu going to do
for the licet?
Tho officers of tliu fleet will be wel
comed, of course. There will bo
enough social functions to till In nit
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 It situate near Fort street. Hat
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 feetl two dwelling and one
small cottage) many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Sultabto for business property.
Terms easyi price low.
on listed stocks or en Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and mako Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL UK PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel 8treet
Delays Are Dangerous
tho time they will have on shoro It
Is tho men of tho licet who should be
thought of now.
At a very llttlb expense, with n very
little trouble. Honolulu could arrange
un afternoon of athletic Bports for
the sailors, an evening of boxing and
wrestling, or something of tho sort
From present prospects, the days Im
mediately around Thanksgiving will
bel nruelv freo for the men of tho
fleet, mid thai Is the time when lit
liolulii should welcome them In Hoine
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ranged, local sportsmen providing tho
fiicllltles In tho way of grounds. Ilo.it.
etew races In the harbor could bo
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 frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set wltn 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, dlnlngroom and
pass-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters In the earn enclosure.
Adjoining this there ie another large lot on Which there are
large stable, a garage and aervants house) 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.
ALL READY FOR MAILlKlQ
Hand Crafts in
for Kiistern points should leave
BY EXPRESS not later than S. S.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
pulled nil nt n very slight expenditure
Tho Mil lie tin believes that the
commercial bodies of this city should
tako up with the military authorities
already here, nnd with tho fleet offi
cers us soon as tho lleet arrives, plans
for some kind of public entertainment
for tho men. It would be worth
whllo; It would help brliiR tho fleet
here again; It would bo worth while
If only for tho sake of giving the men
of the lleet tho glad hand nnd proving
that llonolulii welcomes them without
Heware of a Iiokh girl, young man
unli'sx y tin are looking for ,11 boss wife,
ON THE STREET
Clean-up tipor.ttlonn now rampant
throughout Honolulu lias resulted In
vnst quantities of rubbish, dlscnrdcil
household goods and dccalng veget
able matter being piled many feet high
nnd covering an extended area along
the watcifioilt, In the vicinity of low
or Kort stlcct.
The dump carts brought a number
of scaled tins of fruit, which have been
cust aside by b prudent householder
ns snolled. In tho general inlx-up nnd
conrtisluu of passing teams, some of
the cans have become crushed ami
the fermented fruit nnd Julco exposed.
"A brood of chicken which for
months havo thrived along the front,
got exceedingly tlrnnk jestcrdny after
having fed on tho discarded cotilcnts
of some of tho cans,' dcelrtrcd n cus
toms Inspector this morning.
"Kvcry biddy In tho flock soon be
Kan to net In n manner which would
Imllcnto that another plebiscite was
Imminent ntld thnt tho sinews of a
campaign were again under illstilbu-
tlou with u lavish linnd. Tho matter
has been leportod to Wooloy and the
Incident tuny flglire.ln the next pmhl
bltlon tlrndo niadu l.tgnlnst llnwiill
The trim Hrltlsh built freighter
llcllc of Ireland now nt the port Is
rcsplondnnt In a freshly painted tun
nel. The Job was completed today
but not until socral llmo-lionorcd nnd
encrusted salts, numbered with the
ship's Crew had tried their hntid nl
the decorative scheme. It fell to the
genius of nno rolling tar to put on
the finishing touches. Ho belongs for
A mil, and after watching tho effmts
of a sh I innate who. had Joined the Col
lier nt Newcastle, In spreading a coat
ing of black paint on tho funnel, the
veteran of ninny ships nnd seas let
out n i oar which caused Skipper Da
vidson to Imagine thnt he was n train
the recipient of a call from his agents.
"Avast thcio! you swab. Come
down nnd let n leal man show you
how lo do n Job of painting."
"You know how to paint?" My eye'
lad. I painted ships runnels before
our father know the flavor of rain
"Let mo tell ou, that I know how-
to handle n paint brush boforo the
iientnr oponcd the Straits Of Magel
lan to commerce nnd nt a time when
Merry England was so ticw and fresh
that the lava would stick to sour shoes
nnd have to lie knocked off with n
In 'Little Stories' from tho Harbor
Front n good one appears In tho
In tho days when n gront fleet of
while-winged sailing vessels stretched
out In n steady procession between
tho nnldcn (late nnd tho llnwnllnu
islands, tho bark TUulerlck Dim car
rled the. bronin ns the Oversell Mer
cury II wns very seldom that nny of
her ilvnls outstripped her, hut such
was tho case on one occasion, as re.
luted by Hill Dillon, former chiouo.
meter king and prominent water
frnntcr. Tho victor In this Instance
was tho bark Amy Tinner", which, llko
the Roderick Dim nnd many other
windjammers whoso performances
wcro oneo tho talk of tho shipping
world. It now an ugly looking barge.
Captain I'etor Johnson, "deep sen
pilot of tho Mystic Shrine," and skip
per or tho Mntsnn liner Wllhclmlnit.
was In command of the Roderick Dim
when tho Amy Turner winged him
ono belter, lioth vessels left hero tho
same day early In December, Ilcing a
rotd stnrngo carrier tho Hndcrlck Dim
wns laden with nil sorts of good things
that weru expected to grace tho
Christmas tnblcs of tho good town
folk of Illlo.
On n promontory commanding the
sen fiom Illlo "Dill" Dillon was mak
ing his mornlnr; hmsuhack lnsieellon
of the cuno fields when he suddenly
espied n sail on tho distant hoi lion.
"It wns clear its n hell," dcclnrcs
tllll, "and I could see ut least soculy
five miles. My brother was n sort nt
.lohuny llyslop for Illlo. I lo winked
on tho same plnhtntlon with mo ami
they furnished him with n telescope
so tnnt ho could 'pick uii" n sail or a
smudge of smnko and herald' tho ut-
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Between Bethel and Fort
D-la nA m m.n.PM ut
health and property. At
the llrst ugiii oi a rat.
RAT in ROACH
It It the onlr s-nnrsnteed exter
minator for rats. mice, oook-
for M rears, with lnqteel
Bales, arositlre proof of merit.
Oet the Oentilno. Montr back If It fall.
2ScSaJ 11.00. Sold E..rwr,.r.
TEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.,Chlcgo,lll.
thing of any Hllo-bound vessel that
emtio nlong. I knew that tho llodcrlck
Dim nnd the Amy Turner were ex
pected nnd I thought I would hno
pome fun by telling my brother tjmt
tho Turner was showing up, everybody
Knowing that tho Dim was Hie snnrt-(l-
ciaft ami had never been bealen.
I telephoned In to the olllco that I
could seo the Turner approaching.
"'You're crazy.' wns tho nnswer.
"'It's the Turner,' I replied, 'and
I'll bet you my month's salary that It's
"'I won't bel ou nnythlug, but
ou'io crazy Just tho same,' my bro
ther mine back.
"And nil tho time I wasn't suro that
It was the Turner, but I had n piclty
good hunch. In n Tew liouis tho Tur
ner sailed up. Tho rtodoilrk Dim
camo along a week later and ono day
nftcr Christmas. That's tho reason
llllo's ohl-llmcis remember tho oc
casion the Turner heal thcilodei Ick
n a ss
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A GOOD STOMACH
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Tim newspapers and medical Jour
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relative to a fanioii millionaire's nlfer
of a million dollars for it new Moniich
This great inultl-inllllonalri) was loo
busy to worry about the condition of
his slomach. Ho allowed bis dyspip
sl.t to run from bud to worse until In
the end It becanie Incurable.
Ills nilsftirtiinu serves as it warning
i:ery one who suffers Willi dyspep
sia for it few years will glvo every
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Dyspepila H commonly caused by an '
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or by luck of tone In the walls of tho
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We ore now able to supply certain
missing elements to help lo lestoro to
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