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CVENINQ BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. f(... TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 1911.
DAltYand WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
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DECEMBER 5, 1011
SITE FOR CAMP
M.ijor Kill, romnuindlnR the iniirlno
h.ittnllnn of the Padllc fleet, I.lotiton
nut II II Ittlcy, iiiljiilmit; Surgeon
(i i: .Munpor of Ihe Ciilirornla, mnl
Captain A T Mnrlx, nf Camp Vcr),
nrc llih aftorniioti Inspecting camping
slles lit Pearl llarluir
As Boon us ii Biiltnlilo spot has been
found the ncccs-mry water piping ami
sanitary arrangements will lie moili',
mnl nil tlio marines of the. licet taken
Into en in l.
Human happiness is produced not so much by sreat pieces
cf'good fortune that seldom happen as by little advantages
that occm cveiy day. Benjamin hanklm.
"I riplltil tli.it It the I'icsiilciii shoiilil mi licumr ine tiH In auk mo to be
come Qmcruor of Hawaii, I should accept the nlTcr An a matter of fiut.
I should Io t I .it the Pnsidrnl might wish of mo an a tltlzcli, th.il 01
nnj thlnr: ol - Mr I. T imej IVik In puhlMird lutcnicw
'Here you have expressed the vital principle of the whole
Governorship situation in its relation to business men of the
city and Territory.
They have not the time or inclination to go out into a
campaign for the office. If the President should ask one to
step into a situation that needs a man well in touch with the
people and able to gain their confidence and support, the re
sponse will be definite and prompt.
Rcmaik lias been made that some features of the Hono
lulu sanitation campaign, some of the orders of the sanita
tion directors will be disastrous to the political party espous
ing the campaign as a whole. In other words that the san
itation work has been and is bad politics.
We beg to differ.
It is true that a few petty politicians have endeavored to
make the same kind of a furore out of the banana order that
another aggregation of equally misguided politicians tried to
make of tire fulminations of, and play upon prejudice by the
unlamcntccl Wallach. But the history of the islands lias yet
to record that the people as a whole do not come to their
senses in the final show down.
If anyone wants to make an issue, a campaign issue of
opposition to the men who have been and are now leading
and engaged in the sanitation of Honolulu, let them start
Not for a moment will there be any hesitation to meet
them on this ground.
Let those citizens of Honolulu and the Territory of Ha
waii who wish to do so line themselves up in opposition to
the orders and recommendations of the ablest and most wide
ly known sanitation leaders that the country possesses.
. Let those citizens of this Territory who so desire, make
opposition politics of the work that has the cordial support
arid cooperation of all branches of the army and navy sta
tioned on this island.
When they are in full swing they will also find themselves
rated both here and in Wasiiiigton as the clogs and the
clods that are cast in the pathway of Honolulu's material and
, Go ahead .gentlemen, if you think that your time is better
wasted in hurting Honolulu than it is in helping Honolulu by
cooperating with the Federal authorities who have been and
ai;c now directing the work of making this town not only
clean for a day but as Dr. Bluo put it, non-infectiblc terri
tory. Don't assume for a moment that those who believe with
Gbn. Macomb, that somcthinn is now being done "that
should have been done-long a'jo," or with Dr. Blue when he
said that "all good citizens ar1 asked to come in and help
us," are cither afraid or have the slightest intention of turn
ing back at the behest of bickering scientists who mumble
by the wayside, or vicious persons who would' play upon ig
norance and prejudice in the hope of gaining a temporary
prestige which the natural justice of their cause could never
There is no such wor(l as fail in the sanitation campaign
of the present day HonoltlliT?" The American spirit is behind
it. That is the spirit which wins battles, be the enemy a dirt
entrenched and water fed pesl or a foreign foe.
Honolulu may be good cnoiMjh with its mosquitoes for
those who are "used to them,"' but Honolulu with mosquitoes
is not good enough for the American army, the American
navy, the American Marine Hospital Service and the Ameri
can tourist. Such being tho caj e the mosquito must go, as
directed by the American forces. If there arc those who
want to line themselves up politically with the mosquito and
its happy homes, and against the American spirit of the hour,
why, Go to jt. , f ?
(Continued from Page 1)
that of a little Spanish child
I "our hundred Inimlgr.iiilH wcio
putM'il yesterday nml the quarantine.
uUlclnls linpp In pass upon flc limi-l
iireil mine hefnre tho close of Ihn
tla.v. TIipfo people are first given ii
nieillc.ilril hath, Ihelr clothing nlo
'iihjertod to n washing with dlslnfic
lanlB. Their poisoiinl effects unil hag
mkc are then fum'Ritcd or given u
Arrangements have, hcen perferlod
mi tlio illxpoinl of nil garbage ami
luhhlsh from I he Infected ship. This
rclmo will he lo.ntcil upon a scow
ulihh will he lowed to sea each d i
mid there dumped overboard. I)r Iti
inns speaks In the highest Icrms of
praise of the icrvlces lendered liy the
two Indies who Kcrcd as nursen on
ihe Iminlginnt chip.
The nialntcnnnco of hiicIi a largo
number of people as will ecntnallv
bo turned oNcr to the quirnntlnc nu
ihoiltlcx In fun' iiKRuniliiR a proposi
tion of no mean proiKirtlnus.
Kukui Street Property
L,nnd it situate near Fort ttroet. Hat
a frontage of about 170 feet and dopth
of 230 feet) two dwellingi and one
malt cottage) many fine fruitbearlng
trees. Suitable for buttneti property.
Terms eatyl price low.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
PORTO RICAN IS Watch for Opting ,
(Continued from Page 1)
ire said to fnwir kMur ohln block
pnWiiR a fair trj-nut In Honolulu. The
others belluo that as the hltulithlc
pmltiR bid was by fnr the lowest, It
should bo adopted.
A factor to which little attention
has been paid may iiiino up In (mi
ned Ion with paWtiR Jobs alotiR tlio
ltnphl Transit trncks. If the bltulllhic
hhl Is accepted, tho question la, will
the Itnpld Transit bo wIllltiR to lme
with bitulltlilc between tho rails and
fnr one foot outsldo tho rails? Tho
franchlsn requires such paving of ma
terial that will "concspond" with the
rest of the street paUtiR.
Three or four HuperltorH, lan
assed by the Hill let in this morn
ing fnvoicd lilt ill 1 1 li tr- under the clr
(Uinstnutes and belletn Hint no trou
Ido will bo met with hi getting tho
street-ear tonipauy to pave with hltulithlc.
on lltteJ slocks pr on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WB SHALL 1113 ri.nABED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
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Hr.nd Crafts in
U. S. WORK
llccent utterances In n Porto Hlcati
panel'. I.i Democrncla, published at
Hnn .limn, I'orto Itleo, hne called
lot tli strong (ondcinnntlou on the
biirt or Intelligent I'orto llicnmt Ihlng
In Itiin.iil, The newspaper In epics
lion deilarrs that I'oito Hlriins ev
erywhere are fin the Independence of
tho United States
Manuel OlMerl Saneher, a I'orto
llicnti now residing In llawnll, de
clare;, the st.ilcmcnta are ery far
from the tuitli.
"Corliilnly tho inajoilty of I'orlo
Kleins In Hawaii do mil wish Imle
icil'ilcnie of the United Ht.ites," he
n.ild esteidny, dlsiusslng the matter,
''mid I feel sine that is pot tho case
In I'orto Itleo
"Tlje polltUal situation ttiere Is
badly iiiIm.iI up and thAo nte ele-
ments ngnliist American mrup.illon,
of course, hut there, as hero, tho I'oito
lllcuns nrc satlslled to Ihn under tin)
''It Is also untrue tl at I'orlo II le
ans demand statehood now, nl least
the majority of Ihcni. The nro rim
tent to wall."
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TAKE UP BEST
CALL AND INSI'CCT THE
113 HOTEL 8TREET
The I'.irndlse of tho I'.ic'llc for I)o
cember is Issued today, and It Is ccr
Inlul) a woik of ait outside of tho
iirtlcles ami contributions. It Is the
consensus of opinion among those
who ale familiar witli tho magazine
(and hcre Is the man, woman or
ihlhl In the Territory who Is not funl
llar with tho publication) that It is
tlio best Issue eer put out by tho
promoters, nml Ihej hao Irsmd sumo
good ones In tlio past
Tho l'andlso of Ihe Pacific would
make a good CIiiIsIui.ih piesent for .1
fileml 011 I ho mainland.
Dodoi I must fm bid all brain
Pott May 1 not wrlto homo verses'?
Doctor Oh, tortninl) ! , t
,"Doub your wife want a oto?"
("Sho wants two," replied .Mr. Meek
ton, "ralno and hor's "
has tho duke told jou
tho old, old story as jef'
"Yos, mother, lie snya he owes
about two hundred thousuul plunks,"
"In straitened circumstances, Is ho
"Yes He confesses that It Is ubout
all bo 'can do io keep the wolf out of
Milk from the highest
grade of cows will be lack
ing In richness unless the
feed is of the bost.
As we have set a very high
standard for our milk, tho
feeding of the cows is In
charge of expert dairymen
whose whole time is de
voted to the superintend
ence of this; department.
The result Is recognized by
our customers who appre
ciate the unusual richness
of our milk and cream.
(ocrnor l'rrar Is planning 11
trlii nrouml tho Island for uuxt 4
Thursday, at which tho ml-
mlrals of the licet, the captains 4
and also some of tho other olll-
ccrs will bo present.
Tho tour Is to be mndo in
nutoniolilles .and lunch will bo
bad at llaleiwu
I'riiiiiriilbiiiH for fnriiNhlng the TM
ir..Mti,l-lli. tt.ii-l.l 1 111 1 t nru nil Ihn
''c eland with 1111 Interesting line of
una 1 (in(( ruing llawnll nnn uceii
1 .imnlptp.l lit tlw. Ilnunll I'mmnllnll
I'oninilllre, nml tlm last of matter to
go forward will be sent by the H H
for KuKlern ixilnts should leave
BY EXPRESS not later than S. 8.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
fContlnued from Pegs 1)
Hint wl'li plentiful ami cheip l.ihoi
too burning cost more In sugar th in
in Haod In Inbor. Manigcr Adinis
estimated the hilnr Hinlug at fort
Tho second report and discussion
was extremely Interesting fiom tho
Kt.indpolut of economical sugar pin
dm thin us It showed the gieat ml
W.i,(cs sonic of tho planlatlons have
undo In salng their molasses and
While the questions brought up sc
fnr in discussions nro hugely those
'that bio been talked (iter In tho
past, much new light Is being she I on
matters nl tho present meeting. Tlio
liohlem of labor of course promises
In bo 11110 of the most Impoitant dis
cussed. This has not C been 10 idled.
'1 ho regular monthly meeting of tho
Humane S'uclely will tako placa to
mono w afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In
tho lounge room of tlio Young hotel.
Mrs S. II Dole, who was lc-clected
Io Hie otllie of piesldcut during her
absence abroad, will bo In tho ihalr
and will probably glo a short nd
diesH. Miss Hoso Ihulsou will give
her ri'Riilar report at this time.
Shlhma, a Japanese a? run I, has
leen Jailed for thirty dnjs
Real Estate for Sale
Budding lot Prospect St $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley..,. 135000
Building lot Kaimukl 70000
Modern bungalow College Hills 600000
House and lot Katakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 6 months from
Docomber 1, 1911 $60 00
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Avenue 2000
Imlgo K. infold It. Dole will bo tho
spctker of tho occasion nt 11 meeting
of tho Men's 1miruo of Central Union
church, to ho held next Monday even
Ing at six o'clock nt tho church pat-
lois and tlio piil-h house. Imlt itlonn
nro now being Issued.
.ludgo Dole's topic will be "Impics
fcliiiiH of nnftland," mid his Inllc Is ex
pcclod Io ho a nolablo one. Tlio
meeting Is Io bo held In connection
with a dinner.
Ticnsiirer l.loyd I). Colliding this
inclining paid oer to the city iiulhoi
Itlos 1(IS,0(K), being their sharo of
the taxes mi far colleded
This fcums practically all Hint Ihc.i
will get, tho lost "being only small
nmnuulH that will ccimci In from lime
to time. Tho dl) folks will now bate
to get along 011 Ihla until May 15, nil.'
Wc make fine
post card pur
$1.25 a Doz.
Lowest Prices for
Printing and De
veloping for Ama
teurs, Henry's Studio
67 HOTEL 8TREET
Between Bethel and Fort
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
MaUiwdl plantation has ordered 11
thrie-ton gasoline i cnncillui fnr usu
III tho phmtnthm lb his In handling
lime, anil the news of Ihe experiment
with lUht ImotiicilUe and portable
tracks that Is In bo cmrlcil nut Is
(INtussed with math Interest by tho
ninny plantation inanu;crs unci sugar
men now- In Honolulu fnr the annual
J ' Cooke said this morning tint
the lo(nmotle has been nrdered from
(liriniiii) and shnuhl ho here In a few
ueclts It Is calciilatnl that It will
be uhln In handle curs owr iiiij thing
up to a n per cent grade
'I he mutter nf trnnspnrtitloii Is he
hig glru much imisliteratloii nt the
mutual planters' mcitliiK, nml tho ex
periment mi .Maknwill will ho watch
id with nun Ii Intrrrst,
Tho meanest man In 11 community
usually attracts more attention than
tho best one.
Watches that won't keep time.
Vis, wo want )oi In send us
our untitles that won't beep
time; uatchis thnii(ragu watch
miliar inn out fix No work ton
illllliull for us In do Wn em
ploy no tlnkiis, hut expert wutc.li-makers.
W11 die cl fully kIm, pkllnuitcH
wlieu rcio4i(d, and guaruntce
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