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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 4, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
yCO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
lOaily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
IWallacb R. Fakkinc.i-on,
i hvuinino nui.i.mirv
P?r Mcmlh, iiwiri.ln US .... ,7
Pfr Qoartft, .uywhcr.'uUS ... a.ixj
Ftt Vcmt, nvlieiiiUS H.oo
Ptr Veil pouid iorclh . .. , u.cm
TPtf3k I auditorial Rooms,
V A1 Rrr.it man Is made up of quaUtlts
that unit or make irriut orriiMnn.--Lowell.
Ray Stnniurd Id u llaker who
(found at least enough cooks to 8ioll
me uruiu lur iiuwan
It li lion three weeks to Christ
mas Don t hesitate about the shop
pine Public opinion l shifting raiihlly an
Jregards the McNamarns What thu
courts hae to do la keep rlglit on dls
'peijslng Justlcf .
1 Join at organization of labor has not
beem Injured by the McXamnru Inci
dent. Its real north hi ull the more
convincing by contrast
It No good comes from u luntlnuouH
...i..ltt. n.llliilulil ..t .1... I.... .till .-
J1U.)III VllltVISItl Ul UU 1IVUI11. u-
thorltles In their nork of making the
city clean Don't hludor If )ou uin't
I'h our American lollector In 1'er
i slain ho arouses ltussl v to the point
I of nar. So ne slionld all like to
(know nho In behind the American
Sanitation Ik the natchnord for
Honolulu until the clt Is put in a
condition that detles infection from
the diseases that bring about port
Mr. Gompcrs Is reported as being
astounded. The experience ought to
teach him that he should bo more vlg
ll.inllv on uuurd aciliiBt I lie enemies
Fin Jils own ranks
II Rome iieonlo hnvo nil Idea that the
(articles In the American Magazine
fare? based on a 'Sprcckels idea and
ha'e no relation to what Mr llaker
Inafned while h( le
'' Keep on nlth tlio good work, sajs
Dr.' Illue. Of course no shall do so
It t) a case of "have to" If ne propose
(o be kept on the map as a tonu that
tr.ielera wish to Wlt
M Don't let It bo said that the nntug-
toufsm shown tlio sanitation campaign
furnishes sufficient leason for I Ian all
i to Le among the goerned rather than
the, self-governing coinuionntaltlis of
! United States
'Missed too many boats" Is an ex-
tprasslon they liae In Manila when
tthci climate gets Into a man's bones
land makes him always behind time.'
F Let's catcli the boats, no ilifl Muuil i
malady, In Honolulu.
, 1 r?
The most gratifying feature of
Judge Dole's trip Is the splendid
I health undsnlrlt u itli which lie re
! turns to liipuliUgiiJiitlefi In the Ter-.
l rltory. if appearances count for unj-
thing, the outing has ghen him at
least ten eurs of new lease on actho
This sanitation nork cannot suc
ceed without keeping eerlustlngly
tand determinedly nt It. Honolulu
Afiiust clean out tlie mosquito or be
regularly cleaned tint of tourists by
the mosquito That's us uncliunge-
fable as thu laws of the Medea and
TIia mnn whn flehts the sanitation
..campaign Is contesting the progiess:
Toinmp "Pop, wjint ls,coniclcnco?J'
Tommpy's Pop ' Conscience) my -
son, is n still, small voice that tells u
man when his liver Is out of order."
E,, Customer "How much for thut suit
Fof 'clothes, If I pay cush?" ?
'Tailor "ItO" . t
Customer "How much on credit?"
Tailor "J80, half of It down."
?lluve you seen Miss Heanpolu since
she, Inherited' fortune?"
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
hi SU Mulni tf ,Ao
Pet Yl, inrwhtltln UJt . ,. l.ol
Pre Ye-tr Miywtmt d L.ntd.. I.Po
t Vnr il'd loitiitn . 2.mi
mtU at the PuaIoHk. e fliwoiblii
ax .eenn l-clist mailer
DECEMBER 4, 1911
of Honolulu It Is not possible to
draw un other conclusion than that
Honolulu must rennln at u standstill
It It Is to be continuously listed by
tho Surgeon (leneral of the United
States iih iufectlble territory
Calling Hay Stilnuard llaker a So
cialist Is funny Shall no so soon
forget how vigorousl) he was ap
plauded when telling members of the
Men's league of Central Union
churih what Is being done by the
Progressives of the country? And
shall we forget that the American
Magazine, carrying the autohiogr.idiy
of Senator Ii Pollette ceimes prettj
close to being u mouthpiece of tlie
Republican progiewslve movement.
BULLETIN FACTS VS. BAKER'S.
According to what Hay Stannard
llaker has written, practically all of
tin' Independent cane planters and
lioniesteuderH In this Territory are
failures 'Hie 1! ill let tin has not
found tills tu be tlie case In its can
Miss for material for Its annual in
dustrial edition. Wo cannot believe
that tho' American Magazine writer
met only the failures while here.
In the llouokna district there are
men nho have become prosperous
and Independent by supplying the
plantation with beef, Others have
made good as cane planters
Mr linker cites the experience of
Mr. (laniallelson, who planted cane
for the llito Sugar Company. Had lie
gono a little further along the road
he must hate emountered Mr. Curtis,
nho as a cane planter for Olaa has
made a slice ess of It.
Pacts brought out b) thu Hull o
tfn's linlustrlil edition nil) be espec
ially timely In lev of tho fact that
Isolated experiences are being select
ed by a mainland magazine to prove
a cuse against tlie protectee tariff on
KONA'S NEW LINER.
As all. unsner to the request of tho
Kouas for better transportation fa
cilities, the new steamer Kllauea of
the Inter-Island Steamship company
Is most gratifying. Tliu csse is
modern in every sense uf the nuid.
Compared with what la usually offered
by the coastwise steamships uf the
mainland, the accommodations for
passengers are luxurious, and in many
respects ate far superior to those
found on the largo ocean liners.
livery appointment of this steamer
ahow h a careful and sincere study on
tho purt of the company to make pot
ions comfortable and serve In the
best manner possible the peculiar
needs of the ports where It will make
The Kllauea Is today ahead of the
times. For this reason It will help
the Konaa to develop more rapidly.
It nil! make living inorei uttracthe
there and will certainly turn a larg
er share of the tourists travel In that
direction. Once the tourists learn
that the "Komi route" to or from the
Volcano enn be taken In comfort ap
proaching luxury, they will not miss
the beauties of the leeward side of the
When this new stcnmei goes on the
regular run, the Island of Hawaii will
havu n Bleamshlp service that cannot
b'e excelled In any part of tho world
"6he la gleutly change-d."
, ' "How?"
Well, she used to be frightfully
"And now she Is divinely slender."
"Sho Insisted on having u woman
lawyer Becure her divorce "
'''hy nas Bhu bo particular?'
"She did not want to go contrary
to that poitlon of tho marriage cere
mony that reads, 'Let no man put
when p liiki')itte,i ,1111111! tlio ainoiuit
of trulllt Hint now uITers, The people
of tlic Islands hnvo rciiRon to confirut
ulnlii the company and themselves uii
the gieit Improvement made In tutor
Islund traiiHpuitatlun. Thin vs 111 r," a
Ionic way In make tliu new yuu of
1912 one of alio best yit.
PROGRESS IN SUGAR PRODUCTION!
Members of tho Hawaiian Sugai
Planters Association meet this ytar
tintlt r most fnvorablc auspices Xcur
Ij eery property represented enn re
port the best year of Iih hlstoiy, and
the threatening dangers of thu fiitmo
are certainly not more numerous or
ominous than ordinarily loom up ut
this time of year
Hut of course nc must look for liu
piovemenl each year, else progress
v.111 give nay to retrogression An
Industry cannot stand still
If tho llulli tin neic asked for a
suggestion as tu the best course to
! pursue It would urge u more aggros
I slc continuation of tliu policy of
bringing citizen labor to thu planta
tions, and making the conditions of
life more ngiieahle A permuneut
and contented population Is an asset
to eer industry especially Is this
true of the sugar industry of Hawaii
'I he day of Oritntal gang labor has
foreer passed, ami while retaining
the piote-etlon of the present tariff,
Hawaii can afford to bo sinely pro
gressive In making changes that will
put It more speedily In line to nork
out Its American destiny. If our man
agers will tackle these problems In a
manner sufficiently radical to be con
sistent with good business, no one
nitl lane to worry about what is said
by tho critics who Judge only by what
they hear and hae no experience to
SANITATION AND HIGH TARIFF
The high protective tariff Is given
as ono of tho reasons for tho Indiffer
ence, even opposition shown In cer
tain local quarters to the sanitation
nork that Is going on In this city,
This sounds ridiculous but It Is
well worth considering by somo of
those who are prolltlng In the largest
IKisslble measuro from thut tariff.
The argument or assertion, us you
prefer to term It, runs something llko
this: The protective tariff has plied
up such tremendous fortunes In Ho
nolulu that the chief beneficiaries do
not feel that they have anything of
great moment nt stake In tho city; If
tho place gets too uncomfortable to
live in they cun go elsewhere and live
off their fortuno; and finally that
tliey secietly disapprove uf American
olllclals coming heiu and resent the
Increasing Influence of the army and
navy; If this were nut tho case why
should there not be tho same hacking
for the sanitation w inkers that Iiuh
been given In the political campaigns
that "had to bo carried" and so
Of courso tho only way to silence
such ciitlclsm Is to more heartily Join
in supporting tho grand work of tlio
Tlio postponed November meeting
of tlie Woman's Uulld of St. Cle
ment's church will bo held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock In the parish
house. All members and, all women
Interested In the church are. urged
Milk from the highest
grade of cows will be lack
ing in richness unless the
feed Is of the best.
As we have set a very high
standard for our milk, the
feeding of the cows It in
charge of expert dairymen
whose whole time it de
voted to the superintend
ence of thlt( department.
The result Is recognized by
our customers who appre
ciate the unusual richness
of our milk and cream.
Kukui Street Property
Land Is situate near Fort street. Has
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 feet) two dwellings and one
email cottage; many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms easy; price low.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
othere in approved Trust Securi
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(Continued from Page 1)
of authority ami Joins tho runks of
the Nobles whose unselfish devotion
and kingly efforts to place the name
of Aohu Temple' high upon tlie ban
ners of rilirliiedom has not only won
our sincere appreciation mid support
but also our lasting gratitude, and
the memory of his many kindnesses
to nil will linger with us us long as
"There Is not n Temple In Slirlne
dom but what knows and esteem
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St. ....$2100 00
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350 00
Bulldino lot Kalmukl 70000
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000 00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnithe't house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $6000
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Avenue 2000
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
for llcstirn points should leave
BY EXPRESS not later thfiu 8. S.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARQO & COMPANY
Noble Bunny Jim Mct'iinilleHs and
fiom ocean to ocean wherever there
are Hln Iners tho slogan l.i, 'Aloha
and Jim McCnndless '
"It nonlii tuko one more) eloquent
than 1 to ovpross our thanks to you
and then thu story would not half be
told Noble Mrt'andless, on behalf eif
the Nobles of this Temple, I havu the
honor to present you with this lov
ing rup It Is garlanded with mil
heartfelt affection, and filled to the
brim mid overflowing with all that
goes to make llfo worth living for
you and yours May tho sunshlno of
tho morning greet you and tho nights
bo lilted with music that tho cures
that Infest tlio day shall fold their
tents like tho Arabs and as silently
steal away. And, Jim, as the years
come and go, and It Is our wish that
they may be many, until the shadows
J of youi life fall to tho well, may the
rt""" s'ie iiit iv iiuiiu mill liv oiueyV.iv;
friendships which you have formed
fall llko u bunlson upon you 114 you
Journey out beyond life's golden sun-
nt where the shadows never full.
Aim iiiu monies an join nun 11111 111
tho (sentiment expressed In those foA-
Hvvcet winds of tho woodland embrace
nml enress him, '
White wings of thu morning be his
(iimfort and life,
Palo iIowh of the starbe 1111 encompass
mid bless him with the peace
mid the balm mid tho glory of
And, Oh, whllo ho wends to the verge
of that ocein
Where tho yeuts like a girland shall
fall from his brow,
May his glad heart ovult In tho ten
der devotion uf thu love thut
encircles and hallows I1I111
"Sunny Jim" Me Candle ss was en
tirely taken aback It Is always the
custom to pii'stnl thu retiring" I'oten-
tain Willi n Jewel, but this nas a com
pute surprise. Ilu responded with
heartfelt expression of thanks and
appreciation, promising to keep the
gift among the most cherished of his
Hut this was not all Tlio loving
cup vvns lucre ly an expression of the
abounding good wl(l of his fellow
Then cunio Dr. C. II Wood nml em
behalf uf tliu Ttinplo present! el Ml
McCnndless with a sple iielid silver
salver, which look thu phtcn of tho
usual potentate's Jewel. 'I ho 1'atreil
had already given "Hitnny Jim" a
Jewel somo tlmo ugo. Dr. Wood
speech was In a nitty strain and Me
Ciuidlesa made a lilting 1 espouse
'I lie Masonic Temple' .as tilled with
Shrluers and the meeting Is put down
as 0110 of the "greatest the ever linel "
Superintendent of I'ublle Weirks
Marstnu Cmipboll returned from Hllo
vestoiduy vvhoio ho has been gnlim
lulu tlio s mltnry problems of tho cap'
I ul of tho Dig Island nlth Dr. George
A. McCoy, Dr. J. B. II. I'mtl nml Sec
retary 12. A. Mott-Smlth who mo to
stay down theic for some tlmo bugur,
Willie there Campbell pointed nut
i) the either members of the pirty tho
main engineering niliits that note tu
he attended to and then left them tu
atlend tu tho sinltntlnu end of I, Pre
liminary plans were made) sJino little
tlmo ago and Dr. McCoy will look fur
ther Into theso nnd glvo his ml v lea
as to what Is to he done.
The Governor stated this mornltr:
that he; expected (he rest il'.tljo part
back Saturday next as he thought that
they would he thiuiigh hy that time.
The number of deaths reported from
tube reulosls for thee Uftctn ehiys ended
N'oviinber 30 Is the lowest for hiiiiio
time', bcliiK below half of the general
Tuberculosis claimed three victims.
while us a gene nil rule tho number Is
between heveu ami nine Thu other
deaths occurreel from) typhoid fever,
1111I this completes tho list.
l'liglneer Harvey of Maul Is tho man
the tiuvcrnor wants to tarry out the
work In connection with the planning
of the hrlKiitlnu scheme's feir tlio Kn-
uia lauds to be leascel to the Makeo
Sugar Coinpiuy and which Heuatur
George ralrchlld has Just been, making
arrange 1111 nts about
It si cms that tlio engineer Is very
busy 011 Maul, lion ev it, mid that he
will not lie able to early the work
throuMi III nil probability lie may get
he 1 u In January Mime time, and If 'le
'lots then ho will jyi down to Kniiul
inn go over 1110 work with anntlicr in
ducer, showing bhu Just whit Is
minted. The Governor stilted this
morning that Harvey was the best
man for the Job owing to his local
knowledge of tho spot
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