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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1911.
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.1 niiiiMcrlng miu'il lluni!"
Isn't It uliont time to Mop n.tgglng
mid get together for the general lin
iliioiiicnt ot Honolulu.
(live tlimikH Hint I lie Federal olll
dill tiro here to carry on the work
which Hon. Macomb remarked should
luiVO been ilonc long ago.
Sooie (mother for Honolulu clluinle
Krory ollleer of the iirmy.htnHoneil
(icru Ih lit for iluty ami. It Is safe In
wager, iiiiNloua for the cull.
Fate named William Jennings Hry
nn for iho lliucllKht, whether he liked
It or not. When he In not making
things happen. something Ih happen
ing lo him.
Sccrotniy Fisher's statement In
favor nf water power monopolies un
iloulileilly i anion ulth It u siting of
government (ontiol that assures the
jirolectlon of piihllo Interests.
Dm Ins the couiso of that llllo
homestead Investigation, Ilia dlscov
ery of n lenlly truly hluly homcsto.id
er kIioiiIi) lead tho niithniitlos In get
u photograph nnd lag It iih i:lillilt A.
If the hankera 11ml that Ihn Alil
rich plan Ih the prat iltitl plan for
pirventlug panics and keeping lluan
cl.il (nnillllntts level, It Is H.tfo lo con
clude that it Is the bent plan Tor tho
DncH aii)tino assume that tho licet
would be Ik ailed for Honolulu, If tho
Heoicl of Iho past feu weeks showed
that this city was baking In vigor
when dealing with the threat r yel
Dlilor Holt and his friend Mr. ann
uel I return fi oil) .lapan with a de
cidedly .pro-.lap.iuese t til n of mind,
This must prove to the iniiiulandcrH
that either the Japanese have a cause
(hat Is entirely Just or u great ca
pacity for making friends.
If Dr. Dine should ho appointed
Surgeon General, there's no doubt of
what will bo tliti rederal policy In
dealing with the sanitation of Hono
lulu. This city Is suro to have a
huge share of his attention whether
ho Is stationed In Honolulu or Wash
ington. It Is not surprising that tho people
ol other nationalities smile at tho
lojnlty expressed by Americans of
litis community who spend a good
bhate or their time trjing to discredit
tho work done by American olllclals
whoso elllclency and capacity Is recog
nized tho wot Id over.
That live million dollars alleged to
have been gathoicd Tor the prosecu
tion of tho McXnuuuas will not liavo
half so much Inlluenco on tho trial
as the community sentiment of I.os
Angeles and it good part of California.
I'lihllc sentiment that surrounds tint
trial court seeniB to han lost all
thought of tho merits of tho caso and
lu taking hIiIch for or against Otis and
Constable drying the good old test
upon belated poison who porslsts ho
t was "liei' shobior lu 's life") "Cun
you say 'llrlllsh Constitution'?"
'Delated one (with hliougest "dlo
hind" convictions) "Theio Islin't ipio
"I believe I should like lo wml; on
tiHtiHtl cur," said the theatrical man
Irtt Ell Mu-ilni. ,rt.i
Pit Vmi, anjrwliric lu U.S .. . I. on
Pl Yrcu Mirwtin? n CimuU, I. no
PCt YCir tlKlM InlttSB 3.4MI
Kmlrrti tt I be FoXolftcc .1 Honolulu
m wtoml-cltM mtllrr
NOVEMBER 24, 1911
More than once has It lioen slated
that If a man were heitt on commlt
IlliK minder, he could not go to a
place where ho would ho loss likely
to he found out, than Honolulu. Some
of the iccent deeds of violence have
been open and obviously the result of
rose Hut tho remarkable Increase,
coupled, with the most recent death
that has much suggestion or murder,
should prompt the police authorities
to increase their vigilance and olli
clency. Thtue Is no leason for anjono to
he aftald of a spocl.il session of Iho
legislature to deal with tho sanita
tion problems of this city. It Is far
heller that the subject should bo tak
en up at a special session when there
Ik the least danger of mixing ninny
nio.isui os nml befogging the real Is
Biie. If it were not for tho Inlet fer
enso with the holiday pleasures, the
present would be nont no soon lo
call the Legislature together for a
thorough canvass of what iniiBt be
(lone to piepare Honolulu for the new
conditions following Iho opening of
the Panama Canal, and how- It shall
THE IU.L AND CHRISTIAN
S'u feel conlldont that sober hot-unil
thought will cause the manager of
the Young Woman's Clulstlmi Asso
ciation anil those associated with her
to rescind what appeals lo tho public
as an edict placing a believer In
Christian Science on llio list of un
desirables. 1'osslhlo prejudices and a tempor
ary hjslerlu sometimes piouipt hasty
nets that are mil only regrettable but
afterwards honestly regretted.
Intolerance Is one of the chief en
emies of progressive Christianity, and
wo are certain that tho Christian s
soelatlniis for women as well as men
are Intended to bleak down tho bar-tlei-H
of prejudice, ami load tho young
men and tho nung women forumri
without ipiestloning the paitieular
mule they idect lo follow so they aro
headed In the direction of right liv
ing. THE LOYAL AMERICAN'S DUTY.
Our plan is to iiinko Honolulu nnn
Infocllble territory iib regards yellow
lever, and at tho same lime lo make
It attractive and comfortable.
"All good cltlcns aro Invited to
come lu and help us." Dr. Rupert
"I regard uh extremely uiifortumito
tho harsh criticism that lias been
inndu of tho army doctors and tho
marine hospital service Tho lialtlni;
of tho olllclals In this manner Is neith
er good taslo nor good policy. Oahu
Is iuartcrlng largo bodies of troops
and tho deiogatory terms used to crit
icising tho United States olllccrs,
medical or otherwise, cannot but bo
taken cognizance of clsowhero, which
will not be of advnntago to Honolulu.
"I hopo that everything posalblo
will be done to show tho United
States representatives that tho sun
tlments expressed In this criticism
aro those of only it very small per
cent of tho community and not to bo
taken as tho general feeling In any
way." K I. Spalding, President of tho
Chamber of Commerce In an olllcial
statement given the Hullo tin.
"It must bo cheerful lo bo around
where business Is always so good that
thcy'io slandln 'em up In Iho uIsIob."
"Wiih young Sapplelgh seriously
hurt when ho was lliiowu out of his
"No, ho struck op his head. Of
ed u rue, his Injury was painful, but It
could not, lu the nature of things,
have been serious."
These expressions, one fiom Iho
thief of the sanitation campaign, the
other from Hie bend of the pilnclpal
business orgiiulrnHon, are guiding
lights for Hie citizen of Honolulu If
It can be possible that ho needs any.
The Culled Stales government has
nont us Its best men to assist In mak
ing this Hie Model Town of Iho Pa
clllc. In the senso of more nearly per
The slgnlllcuiico of not only a cer
tain indirreiencc but outspoken and
despicable opposition and misrepre
sentation will not bo lost upon tho
leader of Iho Government forces cith
er hero or In Washington. Where
Hawaii Is In a position lo gain ft lends
nnd Invaluable assistance, some of Its
people ale allowing to continue a
guttersnipe campaign that can only
create enemies nnd htlng discredit
upon the good name of the City ami
Piesldeut Spalding fays truly that
this should not bo taken as the gen
eral feeling In any way.
Nevertheless, In order that the
work may go foiward In a manner
that will make it splendid record for
Hie city and establish Its good name
beyond the possibility of the ilefam
crs lo besmirch, it Is well lo bear In
mind Iho suggestion of Dr. lllue "All
good citizens are Invited to ctimo lu
and help us."
Cooperate wherever and whenever
possible. That's tho part for tho loy
al American citizen.
WHERE LABORjS PLENTIFUL.
Can It bo 4Jutt the local seekers af
ter labor hao not heard fiom the
l'a mi in a Canal?
Ono or the most recent Issues of
the Dally Consular Iteports eon'talns
this paragraph, which ono might sup
pose would send our labor reel tillers
on n hasty run for the Panama Canal
The Isthmian Canal Commis
sion wishes to announce that
theio Is on the Isthmus at prsint
it surplus of unemployed labor,
both nmopi-.iti nml West Indian.
If laboicrs me deslted by any
recruiting agents, Iho ngenls
should, notify the chief quarter
master, Culobra, bow many men
they can give employment, whero
Ihey are lo go, and what wages
will be paid them. The chief
iiiarlerninsler will then send Iho
agent such men as desire to ec
cept tho terms oflered. Tills will
continue lu force so long us sur
plus labor Is available.
It might be that Hawaii can llml
value In Iho Panama Canal beloro
IJUR BUSINESS WITH JAPAN.
This country's consul nt Yokohama
has reported figures regarding tho
trade between tho United Stales and
.lapan that show what a great finan
cial clulm wo have upon the good will
ol the Japanese, that claim being nuue
other than a best customer's.
On the other hand It appeals that
.lapan Is not reciprocating by giving
the United States an Increasing pro
portion or Its raw material purchases.
While .lapan last year sold lo tho
United Slates nearly ."7,nuOlnnn worth
or goods, this country, Canada, Mex
ico, Peru and Chile exported less than
?Ho,uiio,!iiiii worth nt commodities to
.lapan. Then, whllo It la popularly
supposed Unit Japan's cotton mann
Tho most sanitary dairies,
tho most approvod 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 stroet. Hat
a frontnye of about 170 feet and depth
of 230 feet two dwellings and ona
small cottage! many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms easy; price low.
en listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WU SIIAl.T. BR PI.KASISU TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Delays Are Dangerous
factoring Industries depend chiefly up
on raw material fioni this country,
tho consul general's icpoit shows that
Japan buys several times intuo tot
ton in Ilritlsh India than In the Unit
ed States, as well as vast suniilios
rroiu other countries. Kor example.
last year this country sold JS.r.n'J.diiO
worth of cotton lo .laiuncse mill men.
while llrlllsh India supplied them
wllh $5n,4uti,(mo worth, mid even
China contributed $ti;,9!iR,O0O worth
of the staple to keep tho Japanese
raclorlea going Moreover, It appears
Hint tho trend of .lapan's cotton-buy
ing Is toward other countries, and not
toward tho riiltctl Slates. For In
stance, last year Japan's cotton Im-
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
SO SAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on tin East 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 lanai 40x40 feet,
a living room 23x40 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 tho same enclosure.
Adjoining this there It another large lot on which there are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house; there is also a water
lot 203x100 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
-the whole comprising a most complote establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
ALL READY FOR MAILING
, Hcnd Crafts in
for tttMcrn points should leave
BY EXPRESS not later than S. S.
China, on December 8.
"WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
pgrt's exceeded those of 11109 by over
inn,non,ni)o pounds, but tho Increase
was chiefly from Ilritlsh India, and
Imports from the United stales foil
on sn.ono.non pounds.
A reading of tho report suggests
that ono leason why tho United States
sells so Utile lo Japan In failure or
American eKpoilcrs to cater to Hie
trade of .Nippon, lli.l, in tho estima
tion of a California exchange, thoro Is
also it suspicion that Hie Island em
pire prefers to buy from other coun
tries, when possible.
Onco In a whllo an actress sur
pithcs her pi ess agent by making
ATLANTIC CITV, .. J., November
4. Cheered by thousands, Melvln
V'Htilm.in nnd his crew of live men
climbed Into Iho big tllrlglhlo balloon
Akron nt 9:50 this morning nnd began
Iho trial trips which were to prccedo
tho trans-Atlantic voyago of tho ulr
The Akron was in perfect control
lose gracefully. Vuiilmnn mnused the
crowd by cutting rnpeia in tho air,
such as never have been witnessed In
this country before. Ho showed he
hud perfect mastery nf Hie big gas
hag. Ha raced an express train, and
tho Akron was, driven nt n thirty-mile
pace, edged ahead of the trnln easily.
Men Who .Made the Flight.
In the car with Vanlmsn were Louis
Loud, chief engineer; Jack Irwin,
wireless operator; lxiuls Dlqtcbe,
mechanician; Carlton Vanlman, broth'
cr nf tho commander: Frank Slchcr
ling Jr., son of the backer of the ex'
pedltlon, and tho cat mascot.
When these men climbed Into tho
car at tho hangar it dozen men were
required to get tho ship freo from
Kb moorings. Then Vanimnti cried:
"Let her go!"
Whllo the crowds watched Vanlman
contented himself with capering over
the waters of tho Inlet for half an
hour. Then he pointed his cigar
shaped balloon toward tho beach nnd
described a circle. At times he was
it hundred feel In the air nnd at other
times ho rose to u great height. Tho
way he dipped his ship almost to tho
watcr'B edge showed how well ho hud
It in hand.
Then came tho race with the trnln,
and when It was over Vanlman shot
off across tho meadows. For a time
lie maneuvered close lo tho mainland
woods. Suddenly tho Akron wheeled
about llko n huge gull, poked her noso1
toward the sands, and shot to tho
limit .Sent to Hollow Airmen.
Tho specUitorJi bcrcnrucd., Mrs.
Vanlman, who, with tho wlfo or Kngl-
FOR BIG FLYING
Committee to Be Appointed
Tonight Will Represent All
Interests and Classes.
The Klks have gono Into tho pro
motion or an aviation moot, which
wiih suggested a day or so ago. In n
way that bids fnlr lo accomplish good
Jesuits. The organization has tho
reputation or going strong for any
thing It undertakes, whether Uio af
fair Is it minstrel show or a Fourth
of July parade, and the local "Host
Peoplo on Karth" are living up to past
This evening at tho legtilnr lodgo
meeting, a cninrallci of arrangements
consisting or flvo members will bo ap
pointed. This committee will, In turn,
appoint about twenty-live men, rep
resent lug the military, naval and va
ried chic interests ol Honolulu, and
then the whole thirty will go ahead
to boost for tho success of tho under
taking. Waller Doylo and Colonel Jones aro
taking mi active part In tho prelim
inary arrangements. The latter
hopes lo bo able to securo tho ser
vices, of tegular trxiut to patrol the
Held, and It Is finite likely that thU
arrangement will bo made, ns mili
tary flying features will bo plentiful.
and tho aerial maneuvers Instructive
to tho army tn general.
Aviator II. K. Gordon, who will do
most of tho flying, takes special in
terest In the military sldo of tho nir
game, and besides tho usual exhibi
tion flights ho will demonstrate
sroutlng and bomb dropping work
that would be done by an army ncro
uaut In time of, war.
Tho fteot will ho In port at that time
WE DO IT CHEAPER
You can save money and
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67 HOTCL 8TRI5ET
Between Bethel am Fort
111 w itva ' i-
1 J? L-5 .!
neer liuil, had been watching tho
flight of Hie Akron through glasses,
ran lo the hangar and ordered n'rcllef
boat manned Instantly.' Tho balloon
had fallen on the mud flats near'Drlg
untlno ltcef, In Orussy flay. As iVrs.
Vnnlmnu set off with ono rescuing
party, n dozen motor boats Blurted In
the direction of the flats.
Tho tide was out, and thq, motor
boats could not get within two miles
or Hie lints. It was then., noon. At
4 o'clock, when tho tldo began to cuino
In, life-savers threw the end or COO
fathoms or rope lo thq Vanlman parly.
This ropo was attached to the balloon
iind the boat bejgan to pull, only to
Tow til Ijack tn the Hangar.
.It was not until 8:30 this evening,
after -working for nearly ten hours,
that the airship was rescued ami
brought back to Its hangar, only
slightly damaged. Whllo tho balloon
on pontoons was being towed lit it
enmo Into collision wllh it large sand
dredge, nnd ono of the slays on Iho
side nf tho airship was bent. HcpalrH
on tho Akron, it wns figured, ran bo
mndo In two days.
Today's accident has not In tho
least affected tho enthusiasm with
which Vanlman nnd his crew aro
working to nttompt to cross tho ocean.
The accident Ib attributed to an In
sufficient supply of gas.
The fact that the sun was .shilling
mndo Vanlman feci safe In taking out
his balloon when tt was not complete
ly Inflated. Ho thought tho heat, ot
tho sun would expand the balloon.
Ho hml been tip about half an hour
when tho sun was hidden by clouds.
Tho cooler air decreased tho llttliiK
power or tho big gas bag and It set
tled to earth. Vanlman said tonight:
"Now wo know that n trip across
the Atlantic Is entirely possible. With
biicIi a good crow nnd perfectly per
forming dirigible, success g almost
certain. Kvery jcqulpmont .we liavo on
tho Akron, enmo up to expectations,"
In nil probability, and this will glvo
tho opportunity for flights over the
! decks of tho crulserB. and tho drop
ping of oxploBlvcs (Innocent oranges)
on tho, vessels.
Whllo tho exact dato for tho llylnK
meet has not been set as yet, Sunday,
necemher 24 and Christmas Day have
been suggested iib an advantageouii
WORK TO START,.
ON HILfl PLANS
i:crthliiK Is.iiulot .In the yellow
fever situation, iiorordlnB to the re
port handed In lo the Oovenmr Hilt
morning by President nf tho Hoard of
Health I)r. J. H. 11. Pratt.
The matter nf sanitation for the clly
of llllo has been taken op and tho sur
veyor usKcd to prepare a plan of tho
Wulukeii district on tho Wnhikcn shin
of the Wnhiluu river, showing the land
Just its It Is at tho present time.
Tho map will bo mndo out very
much ns the Punchbowl ono was," said
the (Inventor, "and will bo used for
inaklng our tentative plain. We can
then illictiHH the mutter nnd settle what
differences of opinion may come up.
This seems the only practical way of
reaching tho final result, If we did not
do this wo might be going on Indoll-
nltcly without any results being ob
tained. 'There nre maps of the district nt
tho present time, but most of thein
have sketched Into them tho plans that
liavo been inado from ono time to mi
other Thoe will bo sketched onto
liiutsparent paper that ran bo laid over
the top of the map ami thou when wn
liavo decided on something wo can
fiavo It put Into tho map proper."
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