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CVENINO BULLETIN,- HONOLULU,
T. H,' MONDAY, NOV. 27, 1911.
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Jllc-t Is lie ulm ran divine
Minn- real rlght'doth lie;
And dares to lake the side that stems
lining to man's blindfolded eje,
The lintianus are down. What's tho
use of continuing the grouch.
You can't lose Met.gur when It
comes to llllo breakwater business.
Co I ISooscvelt Is 8lnldy plajlng
Viiilillons upon his ordinal nntl-Tnft
"I'.iclfjlng Mexico" pioinlses to
supplant the bull-light ns :i national
Come on now. (let In the ranks of
men who are helping Honolulu to bo
the .Model Town of the I'uclllc.
Honolulu real estate will always
commune! u steadily Incrcislng prlee
whethei wn luivo a tariff or not.
Some towns need u feWllrst cluss
fuueiuls to assure) success. Honolulu
netds only to hae mudslingers con
signed to tho undertaker.
Aftor the holidays, u sleeclul ses
sion of the legislature. I'lnlsh the
sanitation campaign and do It thor
oughly now that It Is begun.
Honolulu must b ready for 1913.
Then the prosperity of lilli anil the
crowds from Sail Francisco will fol
low without a noticeable effort
Welcoming the lleet means more
tluu handing out piomotlon eoinmlt
teo literature to the sailors. It means
helping them to wholesome recreation
and sports. .
Can It be that tho new ta law thut
biought about such a bitter tight over
the rate limit, has Indeed a limit that
prevents the establishment of n free
i - J
It Is at least Interesting to discover
that the mountains of talk about ba
nana destiucttou have simmered down
to the molehill of $200 actual damages
appraised so fur.
Only one fault can be found with
the latest criticism of the Department
of l'ubllc Instruction- by the Hllo
Tribune. Lack of truth In the state-J
ment of alleged facts.
Perhaps Congress would take kind
ly to a law providing for tho appoint
ment of tho Mayor of Honolulu by tho
President, und from among the army
or navy olllcers free to perform cjvll
With the army cooperating, tho abl
ation meet Is suro of success. Men
ol tho Amerlcnn nrmy ran always be
depended on to help In every Amerl
cnn community If people will allow
It without calling them names.
No one has yet asked whether Pres
ident Taft will mention Hawaii In
his rocsnage. This Is one of tho ses
sions when Hawaii would like to bo
forgotten in everything but I'earl Har
bor, tho nrmy and sanitation.
Tammany supporters doclaro that
with a Itepubllcun assembly Gov. Dlx
dinnot carry out his pot reform
schemes. It Is also probably true
thut u Republican assembly would not
"Tho Chlncso worship ancestors."
"How foolish! Py the way, have
you heard the latest? Clarice In on
gaged lo a real live dulfo. Isn't that
Wnyslilo Illncksiulth "Your auto
mobile, sir, will have to hnve'nn ovei
haullng." Disconsolate Owner "Yes, 1ut how
In' the dickens am I tp fonuLlt'ovort"
e(SI Montni,.' a .An
Per VMt.tlrywbciclnUS. l.oo
Per Year anywhere n Canada. I.flo
Pel Veir imiliw'd, Inttln ,, a.M
nlcr al IIm roatoBea at Hretwule
.NOVEMBER 27, 1911
have stood for New York's new city
rive million dollars Invested In the
extension of sowers and further s.in-
jltary mensurus for Honolulu will re
turn n hundred per cent on tho In
vestment in live years. A reputation
lor cleanliness la easily worth a mil
lion under tho good will account.
i;erjono shouts u greeting to the
licet because It biings n lot of good
fellows and makes business for the
town. Then why not get III and shout
for llr. Ulue and the work lie. Is do
ing; he's not only a good fellow but
his iHillcles will bring more business
to the town.
Our peoplo are always tolling Con
gress about tho necessity for being
prepared In the Paclllc. Now what's
the-mattcr with Honolulu doing some
llrst' class preparation woik ou Its
bwn account. The moseiutto Is n very
present 'enemy and alwavs sure to
The city flfSeattloTogulnrly Puu-
llslics tho results of milk tests among
the city and count) dairies, and has
found this more tffectlvu In bringing j
the product up to standard than any
other method of procedure. This
might be a tip to the sanitary com
mission here, since It is looking Into
the' problem of inltk 'supply.
China will bo tho llrst to resist tho
suggestion of Mr. Hussell that Japan
take charge of tho reorgniilmtlnn of
the Kuipiro. The present revolt means
nothing If not n determination of the
progressive and educated Chinese to
make a nation out of their much mis
governed country, and the men nro
there to do It, If they can onco get
Dr. lllue looks up from his work In
Honolulu long enough to say that he
thinks n man older in tho service
ought to bo named Surgeon General.
Tho highest position In the Marino
Hospital Service Isn't sufficient to dis
tract his attontlon from tho task In
hand. Would that nil Honolulu with
absolute unanimity Joined In putting
aside tho petty strifes and .center all
effort with equal loyalty and cnthus
lusm on the plain duty of the hour.
A greatrmany good things 'nro to be
lumped In the coming week. The
fleet, a new steamer for tho Kona run
two Incoming steamers IHIcd to a com
fortable limit thereby demonstrating
that tho vigorous clean-up campaign
hns off-set tho threatened dainago of
tho yellow fever scare. These things
ought to make Thursday a day of
hearty thanksgiving, even It there
woro nothing elso pleasant to think
Wlillo tho Kauai firmed Jury Is In
dicting rioters, It ought to go very
thoroughly into an investigation of
what Is behind the recent outbursts of
disorder in that County.
Activities of professional gamblers
In certain sections of Knuul, coupled
with -a reported superabundance of j
blind pigs resulting from the no-license
system, have caused many to ob
serve) that Kauai neeels to give the
officers of the police department some
of tho snino brand of cooperation that
has mado the road business; of Kauai
a sample of elllclency.
Artist "My object was to try and
express All tho horrors of war. How
do you like It?"
Friend "I havo never seen any
thing inoro horrible!"
"Hubby, I want llvo dollars."
"Wou't two do?"
"No; I want llvo."
"All right. Money soeius to bo fly
ing in n V-shupe. I guess winter
THE Y.W.yjNCIDENf. ' '
The official statement Issued by the
Secretary of the Y V. C. A. In con
lipctiun with the expulsion of n Chrls
tlan Scientist from the home of the
organization, confirms the Hullo
1 1 ii'b previously expressed conclusion
that the whole nfTalr was tho result
of temporary hysteria and not an In'
illintlon of tho settled policy of the
Institution or Its manager.
1 he error hns been corrected nntl
the community can go on In even
tenor of Its way assured that tho
W. C. A. will continue its Rood work
and not make, any more mistakes than
ordinary humanity Is prono to have
churned up to Its uccount. And If the
mistakes nio made, It is willing to car
HELPING WLO TO GROW.
It Is gratifying to learn from nil
those connected with tho transportn-
I Hon companies doing business In Hllo
thnt they are anxiously willing to to
operato In every way possible with
tho Harbor Commission In Its plans
for the speedy construction of a
All undoubtedly seo that the policy
on which the majority of the Commis
sion has started out is sound. It
means accommodation for every In
terest and an efficient management
that will prevent n blockade of
freight and delay of steamships that
handle the large sugar cargoes.
As the II ii 1 1 -o 1 1 n has iineltrstooel
the situation, one of the reasons for
asking preferential rights was a de
clared belief thut otherwise tho wharf
would become so crowded that ' the
transportation of sugar would be de
layed and the difficulties of getting
our principal product promptly to
tnaiket be i thereby greatly Increased.
No one has yet attempted to deny
thnt llllo's trallli: Is not large enough
for two wharves, and one wharf prop
erly managed will meet nil the de-'
in.ilids of the situation for some time
HELP OF GOOD CITIZENS.
"Our plan Is to mnkewHonolulu
non-lnfectlblo territory ns regards
jellow fever, and at the ,samo
time to make It attractive and
"All good citizens aro Invited to
come In and help us." Or. Rupert
It Is Imposslblo for loyal citizens of
Honolulu to lefer to this text too fre
quently. A number of our good citizens
should be certain that they aro help
ing Indeed, rather than giving a per
functory Up Service.
There Is no help In tho act of a man
who talks pleasantly, nay enthusias
tically, with Dr. Ulue and his assist
ants, assures them of his good will
and support, and straightway goes out
among his fellows and either secretly
criticises the whole sanitation pro
gram or damns the work and tho
workers with faint prnlso.
The man who says he belle vo In tho
work that Is being done, but thinks
the banana edict went too fnr, Isn't
helping any by constantly referring to
the banana proclamation and thus
lending his support to thoso who are
In open and defiant opposition to the
whole clean-up policy.
There's no help for the sanitation
Fresh Milk .
Our dairies arc all under
our cows examined regu
larly, and our milking
sheds with csment floors
and other sanitary ar
rangements. Our milk is all electri
cally treated at our milk
depot on 8heridan street,
which insures it absolutely
from any contamination.
Fresh milk is Nature's
When milk Is fresh and
pure and clean It is the
most nutritious food
You don't take chances
when you buy milk from
Kukui Street Property
Land la situate near Fort street. Hal
a frontage of about 170 fast and depth
i 1 .- t
of 290 feet two dwellings and one
small cottage) many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for buaineee property.
Terms easy; price low.
en listed stocks or on Improved
Real Estate. - I
We buy and aell 8tocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL tin PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
24 Bethel 8treet
i t ' tui j
Delays Are Dangerous
campaign In a" constant living in the
I As a matter of fact the feeling Is
fast becoming general In federal cir
cles that tho continued harping ,-on
the banana plant destruction Is noth
ing more or less thun the coveit meth
od that Is being used by owntrs'of
pioperty to discredit tbo sanitation
campaign before It reacjiea their
1 Help for tbo plan of making "Ho
nolulu non-lnfectlblo territory as ro
gardsy yellow fever'' can bo rendered
only through cooperation and sup
liort. Don't 'fool yourself with tho
Idea that you '-can be on both sides1' of
. 1 rV
Wgt3Flffl.ise Trust v
Real Estaje fpr aj?
Building lot Prospect t. ....1210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.,.. 1350.00.
, Building lot Kalmukl 700 00
t ' Modern bungalow College Hills eOOO 00
., House and lot Kalakaua Ave.". 200000
. i, .
i i 1 1
'Furnished house 6 months from v
J, December 1, 1911 f.6000
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street , ,.,.... 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue ,, 20 CO
I . n '
Hand Crft$ ia
for Eastern points should leave
OY EXPRE8S not later than 8. 8.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO A. COMPANY I
this question and expect to be rated
as among the good citizens willing to
MR, ROOSEVELT AND THE
Theodore Roosevelt's announcement J
that he will hot nupport President
Taft for renomlnatlon does not romoJ
as a great surprise.
Mr. Itoosevelt for sometime past
has been writing personal lettors in
which he expressed his "disappoint
ment" with Taft' and these notes have
become generally noised abroad. Fnr-1
thennoic the presence of James R.
Uarftcld us one of the leading figures
In the convention of 'the Progressive
lleague held In Chlcngo and at, which
(Senator 1L& Follette .was named an a
Presidential candidate, was accepted
as fair Indication of the trend wf
ItooBevelt and his friends. Previous
to attending the convention Mr. Oar
held went to Oyster Bay for a confer
.Now the question comes whether
Mr. Roosevelt can nt the present
stage, make or break Mr. Tnft or Any
one clsb. i "
Ills utterances will lie hailed with
disgust-toy Mr. Taft's friends. They
will claim that while leaving nctefl as
a friend of.Tnft ho Is now leaving lilm
In the lurch at a critical period. Dy
Mr. Taft's enemies, the declaration
Will be looked upon as a Very potent
factor In eliminating tho President
and putting n new man In tho field.
Roosevelt's game Is undoubtedly to
be consistently and even excessively
regular In bis Republicanism. He Is
prepared to accept the nomlneo of the
convention. Then very likely, he will
lay low for fur 'years, when he may
blossom forth again as' a candidate J
and the savior of the nation.
More than one Republican Is of the
opinion that Mr. Roosevelt thinks
more of Woodrow Wilson than of any
other man yet mentioned for the Pres
idency. This conclusion Iibb much to
support It In the coloring given the
editorial comment of the Outlook. Rut
whether the Outlook reflects "the con-,
trlbutlng editor's" personnl opinions
or not It Is very doubtful that the ex-.
President will oienly take a course,
that will cast doubt on his partisan
In estimating the influence of what
Roosevelt-says It Is well to remember
that thevcx-Prellent Is still popular
In the western centers of Insurgency.
HAWAIIAN LUA '
"- ' AS CHURCH BENEFIT
On Thursday, Thnksglvlng Day, n
grand Hawaiian luau will bo given In
the old Kaumakaplll church, Pulaena.
under the auspices of the lad Ins' so
ciety. The proceeds will bo used for
the general Improvement of the church.
According n those who have chargo
of, the arrangements, the luau will be
better provlderiifor than any of those
given In previous jears. It Is the In
tention of the ladles to have an 'ample
supply of Hawaiian delicacies, so that
tho guests will have nothing to' com
plain about after they have helped
themselves to the luau.
The hall of the church will Be dec
orated with greenery. Instead of long
tables, the luau will be ervcd on small
tables, which will be placed at con
venlent places In the hall.
When the guests arrive nt'the door
they will bo met by tho ushers, who
vv 111 escort them to their jilaces. Tlcle
ets for the luau are 7S cents each.
SMITH In Honolulu, Thursday, No
vember 23, 1011, to Mr. and Mrs
Nelson J. Smith, a daughter.
LAUMAUNA At Pukeo, Walalua, Mo
lnkal, Nov. 21, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs.
A. K. Laumauna. n daughter.
SIDIIHS Jn i Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1311.
. to Mr.-and Mrs. Charles F. aiders,
It takes a bachelor to think thnt ho
Room with or without 'board by two
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67 erIOTEL 8TREET
Between Bethel and Fort
Points Out Errors Mado Jn
Statements Made By '
When asked this morning In refer
ence to the assertions ot.-rhe llllo Tri
bune reRanllng certain teachers on
Hawaii being paid abovo schedule,
Suiierlnteudent Pope said that tho
editor of the Tribune Is evidently vorv
much misinformed about the qualifi
cations of Mrs. A, L. Case, assistant
teacher at I'npslkou school. .
"This teacjior," said Mr. Pope,
"possesses excellent credentials anil
qualifications as a teacher. t)n her
certificate sho lias held positions ou
the mainland tbnt.psy as high 'as $90
per month. The state of California
requires that Its ,teachers lioTd first
(lass certificates and havo a satlstac
(ory teaching record for ten years be
foro they are granted a State Life
Certificate. Mrs. Case holds a Cali
fornia State Life Certificate. ,
"In determining her salary, the edl-i
tor of the Tribune evidently failed tot
tako Into account the kind of certifi
cate held or the rule on page 49, sec
ion 49 of tho rules and regulations of.
tho Department, which allows teach
ers credit for 'half time taught else
where, "As for Mrs. Case's being a parti
cular friend, I can say that I never
neard bf her previous td'lhe'tlmo sho
presented herself for appointment. 1
examined tier certificates and recom
mendations on which sho was em
ployed. She went away after being
appointed and we have heard noth
ing more of her since except through
the regular reports- received In this
office. The Department has a regu
lar record of nil teachers in its em
ploy. W have tho record of Mrs.
Case wlelch Is signed -by herself and
which practically Is a sworn state
ment of her teaching Tecord and qual
ifications, -etc. Sho Is paid correctly
recording to schednle.
"The"" Tribune sns that Mr. Car
valho Is paid below tho rating of the
fchednle. This Is incorrect. Last
June, all of the schools were classi
fied and salaries fixed, as per rule i,
section 7, page 41 'of the rules and
regulations 'Schools shall be classi
fied and salaries fixed each year be
foro the beginning of the regular
school year.' The fifth teacher at Ho
nomii was not then authorised. Even
If there had been a fifth teacher tiem
the beginning of the sdiool year, 1hel
salary of the prlndal for the first
vear would be but 4)1,000, Mr. Car
valho was receiving $1,200 on the for
mer schedule and In adopting the
now schedule no teacher was reduc
ed In salary rule 10, page 43 of the
rules and regulations. His own sign
ed statement" In this office shows that
he has never been principal In charge
of five assistants at any previous
"I seo that the Qardcn Island makes
tho assertion that tho new law re
trttires that there shall be but 35 pu-,
Tlls per teacher. This' also is a inls-
representation or misinterpretation of"
the law. The law distinctly says that,
tho total number of teachers. Includ
ing supervising principals, who may
bo continuously employed by the De
partment in any one year, shall not
exceed one for every thirty-five pu
pils onrolled In.tleo public schools dur
ing 1be preceding jcar, provided, how
ever, that the monthly pay Toll bf
teachers, supervisors and principals,
fchall net cexceed $45,000.00."
i i in a i
Theulgolltankr W. P. Herrln.
completed discharging fuel oil this
morning and at noon sailed for Oa-
vlota. As tho tanker steamed through
the channel .-alee blew a farewell sal
ute to the United States cruiser Cin
cinnati and also to the transport Dlx,
in one Instance the salutation was
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