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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE3DAY, DEC. 6, 1911.
K V BNINQ-
OAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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llr iniiiticr ului awaits llu- I'lul.
Ami il.iri's (it Miner mill In' lrinnr.
No reason appears fur telling thu
inn ipilto campaign lag",
Count that day lout during which
ion ilu not boost for Honolulu.
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tomorrow will feel
.What llltli- winter wo On halo hero
III acting us ir It Wan looklui; Tor u
place In k 1 1 In ilowii.
Mr. Carnegie appears to be tin1 only
nuin to wlioiii tlio thought inclined
that lie can't tako It with lilui.
Wo can look for King (Soorgo In uy
a visit to C.iliail.i next, If only to
Ktioiiglhcn Canada's backbone against
Kansas recently eroded :i monu
ment to loliu llron n ; n ml Kantian re
(fully tarrcil ami fcatlii'i u )nuhK
woman. .Must be tliu muni) Kansas.
SUGAR TARIFF CERTAINTIES.
Tlio II II 11 ('tin believe that tlio
paliono of tills paper can aH curtain
I) hank on tlio sugar tariff Informa
tion contained In Correspondent Al
bert's dispatch fiom Washington us
It In safe to do on anything tu con
nection wllli tlie fate or tlui Industry.
To declare that some extraordinary
Hlliiatlou may not arise tu upset thu
expectation of ovoijiiuo would of
murm ho very foolish, Marring thin
possibility however, the game Is not
being played In Washington along
lines that need cnuso any reasonable
lear In Hawaii.
SOmiERS, POLICE AND HONOLP
Soldiers of the United Stales army
me nlwa3 able lo take earn of thorn
r.clw'B. Tl.o only Muestlon of I lie moment Is
whether tho Honolulu police author
ities are capable of making It possible
lor the men of the army and navy tu
wall: tho streets without fear of inii
li'staiton by hoodlums.
Some one may say that the fault
Is not with tho hoodlums.
I.ot no remember that, let the re
sponsibility rest where It may, thoro
can ho hut oho result from cohtlimuii
illrniders ami night lights between
hoodlums anil mldlers police control
of this city by tho unity and navy.
Wo have a foretasto of It In tho
patrols from tho warships. These,
patrols handlo their own men. They'
tiro ready mid ablo to stop any street
lights among tho-nien of the ships or
l.utvyecn sailors and townsmen.
If the present management of tho
pollen department Is such that street
rows between soldiers stationed In
and near thn cltj and "a town crowd"
cannot bo prevented, nothing will re
main for thu military men hut to send
their own putiols tu tho city mid do tho oxclted shopping of tho last con-
Sceno 1. Train stopping nt a bis If that collector only meant to tell
luiK'llon, mo I was In tlio wrong tialn?
'I icl.ol Collector (examining passen-
kit's, ticket) Tills won't do, sir.
You'll havo to get out ami
ltnaaniu'nr I ulmll not eft nut. I
i cruse to ho bullied by ion. lleio
Vim have your remedy.
Ticket Collector I .only wanted to
P.issengor Don't talk to mo. Vou'ro
only n menial. Ketch tho station mas
tor. Ticket Colloctor It's all llgh't. sir.
(Train proceeds, and passenger ru-j
lalea tales of his various triumphs
(ier railway olhYlals)
, Sceno 2. A dark and lonely railway
platform. Olio melancholy flguro
brooding.- -" ta ' -
iftraaseugor (thoughtfully)-! hvoudorl
mtrril tl Ibe t'oalntfi'.t ai llnuoinlti
a. icioiKl-rliias miller.
. DECEMGEII G, 1911
t'llklciitly and rjult'tly wli.it Is being
iIiiiiu liy lliu warship patiol mill not
liy tho police.
'flint will bo another stop townid
ivdorul control of tilings In the City
jand County of Honolulu.
I it w n emu,, iinlosa our own
,IIe,uIl K,lon. h,,,,,,, , uo .
lUo o ,.,, ,,,, 0 st,.lt t.u. Hut
ni.iku up jour niluil to one thing.
ThcI( wl 1)(, 1(1 U,P,11K mcr ln
matter If tlio Inelllclency of tlio local
oIllceiR l.i established.
Honolulu In la Die position whuru It
has n wonderfully good opportunity
In make good III local self govern
metit. Hut It must make kooiI. Thn
in my ami naiy are not boggarH at
our doors tu beseech favois, nor do
they itoinlueer. Hut tfjey can't ho bat
ter around or made tlio victims of In
competence. Also hear In mind that
the- solo. Interest In Honolulu and
O.ihu of n great number of mainland
elO'cml lj tlio serileo It renders tlie
millou as a military headquarters.
F9R THE PEOPLE.
It should always bo home In mind
that the Sanitation campaign now go
lug forward Is primal liy In the Inter
ests uf the poor people.
Thero Is no other way to llguro It,
though tlio petty street-corner agi
tators may strlvo to niako It appear
Carried to tho conclusion that will
eventually ho reached, this campaign
means a house In place of u
shack for tho poor man, and
the rent the same price or
lower; u cottage lit place of a ten
ement. It means a street where n
soggy alley Is tho only passageway
to and from homo. It means light
andiilr and health In place of mists
fiom hogs, smells so thick ion can
cut them, and consequent sickness
So don't he misled by the man who
tells you that thu Federal sanitarians
don't know their business or that tho
sanitation campaigners are not work
ing for tho common good.
Shop early! That seems lo bo tho
slogan of tho season, and, although It
does not accomplish nil that the
phrase Implies, It Is doing more good
than If left unsaid.
Shop early! This plan will do nway
with tho UBiiul rush during tho lust
few days hcfoio Christinas, and which
Is u real hardship to a largo number
Shop enrly! Tho clciks In tlio
stores of Honolulu cnnstltuto quite
nn army and nro entitled to such con
sideration ns can bo given them.
Shop early! Thoro usiuilly results
from tho rush during the last days
nny number of errors, with which, In
many cases, tho employe Is charged,
nml tho season, fur him, loses u part
of Its glimmer.
Shop early! Tho teamster Is nn-
other who figures conspicuously In
"I see,' says the man with the
crocheted craval, "Hint tho Secrotnry
of Acrlcilltlllo lulu Dllhltsliod ll vultl-
Isiiihlo pamphlet on 'How tu icparo iho
Cheaper Cuts of Moat.'"
"Yes. I read about that." nnswers
tho thoughtful man. "I wish he'd get
nut a companion pamphlet on 'How
to Procuio tho Cheaper Cuts of
Moat,' That would ho really helpful
Aunt Mi'iidy What's tho matter,
Undo Khon I'm through with llih
1 gas"stu(I that wo'vo been imln' slid of
Ho. I Jlst tl tod lo trim tho wick on,
one of 'em, and tho consumed thing
Jiisi lntii,-u thousand' lltllo whlto
pie. of du)s. Currjlng home all the
packages except tlio "ery largo ones
will cull down the blessings of tlio
teamster anil delliory wnguh ilrlver.
Ami In this connection, do not forget
Shop early I Ynu will flml an added
pleasure In doing tlio Christmas shop
ping when thuru Is no need of liuste.
Von have time to look about anil make,
selections that might escape your eye
In the rush of tho last days. Conslil
ir thn merchants; consider tho
clerks: consider jourself; consluVr
cverjtliliiK In ccmnectlon with Chrls
ii'iis, nuil shop early.
Major Hill, fleet marine olncor, lin
not yet decided on u camping slto for
ilie licet niatliipi, Yestonlcy ho vls
hcil Pearl Hal bur ami looked over
several FpotB on Iho K'vcrnme:it ic
scivullon there This afleriioon he Iss
lii'ilicct'ni; a silo nt l'eail (Jlly, ho
louring to the HlllliiRhanis, whero
Major Neville, ipititorod tlio Cani'.
ery battalion soma tlmo-npo, Thero
! hoi ii I water, laid to the ground,
..'hcieas It would reciillo colisldcrahlu
work in ilH tho l'earl Ilaibor sl(c.
A depart Ins paHseiiBer on the Si
ena Oils'' morning wni Lieutenant
fllcnn 8 Hurtlll. Civil KiiKluler Coips
U. B. N who has been nun of tho
Pearl llnrhor enclueeiliig stall for
Homo llino pasl. Lieutenant Hurrlll
was loaded down with lels, nml a
small army of fi lends wero at the
dock lo see him off.
Ills ileparluro leaves thn naval en
gineers short banded for tho moment.
as It will ho mid January before his
accessor, Dislgn C. A. Iloatrom, ur
ilcs on tho army transiort fron
Lieutenant Hun 111 goes Hist to
Washington for lemnoiarv duly, and
fiom lliu capital to the Noifnlk, Vu.
ua'y yard, ulicio he will ho perma
President Hindus, of tho San Krnn
cIgcii Hrlrigo Co., contractors of tlio
Pearl Ilaibor dry'dock, left this morn
ing for tho Coast.
"1 came down expecting to niako
nn extended stay," ho said, "hut nil
our work at Pearl Harbor Is going
so smoothly Hint my presence Is not
needed, so 1 must return to oilier btnl
ncss In San KrnncUcn."
KULA PIPE LINE
"Tho salvation of the penplo In
hula. Maul, at tho present tithe, Is
l!w government pipe-line, which glvej
Hieni a water supply."
A. M. Ilrowii, assistant county ntlor
ncy, who returned this moiniug from
Maul In tho Claudlnc, undo tho above
statement In police comt today. Ho
said that had not boon for tlio pipe
line, which was laid there somo tlmo
ago, tho pcoplo in Knln would hnvo
'een gieally Inconvenienced on nr
count of the phoitngo of water. Tho
horses and cattlo wero without wntoi
1o drink for many a days. Tho ditches
nml other wnterpoola woio practically
lry. Tlio slieams which In tho form
er days, woro never without water,
wore also dry.
That Maul Is encountering dry woa-
Milk from the highest
grad. of cow. will be lack
ing In richncJt unlesi th.
feed it of the beat.
As we have et a very high
standard for our milk, the
feeding of the cows it In
charge of expert dairymen
whote whole time it de
voted to the superintend
ence of this department.
The retult it recognized by
our customeri who appre
ciate the unusual richness
of our milk and cream.
KuKiii Street Property
Land is situate near Fort street. Hat
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
-of 290 feet) two dwellingn and one
small cottage) many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for business property.
Terms easyt price low.
op listed ttneks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and moke Investments for
others In .approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SIIAI.I. HK PLEASRD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Wireless Office Hours
Daily 7 a. m. to 5i30p. m.
Sundays 8 to 10 a. m.
--ji -- .- x -
thcr Ib Hio statement which Brown
mado today. Ono of tho most Interest
ing things Hint ho saw there was thu
big ditch of tho Hawaiian Sugar Com
inny. Ho snld that tho ditch, seven
feet deep nnd eight fec wide, looked
like a big river, winding through the
piinn flelilr. Thn innrn hn looked nl
it, the mnio ho thought of tho enter
pilse of tho Into II. V. Huldwln, who
made It possihlo for tho successful op
cialloii of that elent ditch.
Incidentally mown visited tho tint
1 or laud nt Kihcl, where ho Is Inter
ctted. Tho land Is being homesteaded
by tho Mnultes, who presented an np'
piicniiou to mo government recently.
Hut tho Mawp. tree?, or at least I hi.'
great many of them nro still remain
ing on tho land,
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect 8t $210000
Building lot-Manoa Valley.... 135000
Building lot KalmUkl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 0 months from
December 1, 1911 $G00O
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
ley .! '.'. '. 5000
Young Street 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue . , 20.00
ALL READY FOP. MAILlNO
Hand Crafts in
for Kistcrn points should lenyo
DY EXPRESS not Inter than 8. S.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
(Continued from Pag 1)
!n p'Rs tho wool and cotton hills over
tho Presidential veto, tho Scnato not
being wilt tu do so, although n two
thirds majority wus found In the
The. President hns repeatedly do
clnrcd that this samo course will he
pursued relative to nil tho schedules
of tho Pnyne-Aldrlch net. Ho wll not
approve any chnnges until they huVo
. " '. V"
lurt Till H,loij'l
been stigKcstcd by the Tariff. Hoard.
This rule will tiimlv with moio force
and effect to sugar than to wool, cot
ion nnu oiner ueins. ino rrcsKueiu
pronounced tho wool schedule "Inde
fensible" but would not nllow a ro
iltictlnn until tlio Tariff podr'd report
ed, It Is regarded ns absolutely cer
tain be will maintain this ntlltudo to
the end, and Included sugar In tho
list of" items wlllch must ho covered
by tho Tnrllt Poard, ' ' t
Those clor'o to Iho Proqldcnt now
say he Will send a special mc)i8aga
to Congi oss approximately Dcc'smboi
IS, recommending modification of tho
woo) scho'dutu end transmitting Iho
Tariff Hoard's report on that Indus
tW. letter, ho win' send tlio conclu
sions regarding cot tori,
Tho Tnrllt "Hoard will next tako up
the' inci'tnl schedule, Including steel
nnd Iron. An Investigation of that
subject' will consume fiom 12 tu IS
months. It will cover thu globe ami
bo exhaustive. All the energies of
Iho Hoard will bo devoted to that ono
Members of the Tariff Hoard do
rlaro that nothing will bo dono to
ward investigating tho sugar Indus
try until steel 'and Iron, and possibly
hOUTiil other schedules nro nut of Iho
way. It may not Immediately follow
It Is clearly understood by niem
iiers of Congress that President Tuft
would promptly clo nny m intention
of tho sugar schedule, If a hill wero
parsed In advance of tho Turin
Pourd'B report. Tho same wotilJ bo
tmo'lr downward revision of the sug
ar schedule were attached to the new
wool or cotton hill.
Tlio report to ho filed ciitly In De
cember liy Iho House committee that
ninducled an Investigation during the
last session of Congress will havo lit'
Ho or no effect on contemplated leg'
Islntioii. The reimrt will nssert that
Iho tnist rontiols sugar prices arid
tariff duties could ho materially low
ncil Hut shell conclusions will have
tin weight with' thu President. Ho wfll
ccognlzo no suggestions from any In
dividuals or body hut tho Tariff Ilaaid
ami that organization will not Uko
up tho subject for many months.
In addition to all else there Is n
pronounced disinclination among Sen
mora and lloprcsoutntlves to trldo
wllh tlio sugar Industry. The Pro
grOHslics, headed by Senatot nrls'nw
are Inclined to wage drastic' warfare
but largo numbers of tho 'DemncinM
:tro disposed In tako thlti'W mule!
quietly. When It cornea d wn tu a
last analysis the cano Interests of
l.ouslana nnd tlie boot sugtr Inter
ests scattered throughout tho Unllc.t
States control much Hiwoiful Infill
once. This conservallvo clement
must he "shown" before It will con'
sent lo any change In the sugar schc
ditto, it is doubtful whether an omv
clal reiKirt rrum tho Tariff lloanl
would nnmse much wild enthusiasm In
that faction. "
Tho poultry show which will open
In tho it. 0. H. shooting gallery a
week from tndny promises to bo
worth while, anil is expected to ho
the best that has been nlade so far In
tho Territory. Thoro aro several liua
'dred birds now oil tho lists of tho ex
hibit nild the pigeon and turkey ex
hibits will bo as romplctu us they
call be liihdo. Sliver medals, cups,
cash and "specials" llguro In' tho
llrlzcs this year and tho novice ex
hibitor Btnnds just as good a show us
the ''old hand" at tho business. '
These exhibits of poultry nro won
derful educators for tlio public, and
allow what groat strides are being
mado In the Improvement nt tlio
llieods Ih the fslnnds. Thero will also
bo sotne fancy birds on show that aro
from the' 'best noted pens on tho
Cilast ami will attract attention.
As tho entries close tomorrow' at fi
o'clock, thoso desiring entry forms'
or Information should call nt K. 0
Hall, & Son's today.
e i ,i
Many an ntlierwfso sensible young
mail has been spoiled by being en
couraged In an effort to ho funny.
Wc make fine
post card por
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Lowest Prices for
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veloping for Ama
teurs, Henry's Studio
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Between Bethel and Fort
froapt Rclief-Peniucal Cw
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hi. Purely vejel
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but pall oa
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Geasint nnuiu Signature
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
NEW - TO-DAY
Banks nnd Trust Companies Saturday
We, Hie undersigned cominerel.il and
ravines baiika' mid trust compinles,
hereby ugice that on Saturday. Jiinu-
nry fi, lill:, niul on eneli sainnuy
inrouftcr until fuithrr notlcu (lcg.il
holidays excepted), iho olllces nml nil
departments of the Institution will
rlosn at 12 in.
The Hank of Hawaii, l.tii.: 'ltlshop
,1c Co.: Illsholi Tnst' 0., Ltd.: llniiK
of Honolulu, Ltd.: Tho. I'lrxt N'litlou'il
Hunk of Hawaii lit Honolulu; Tlia
First American Savings & Trust Co. of
Hawaii,, I.td.i Trent Trust Comtuiiy,
Ltd.: Henry Wnterjiouso ,Trut Co.,
Ltd.; The Yokohama Specie Hank,
Limited; Hiiwnltaii Trust Co, Ltd. U
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OP
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
HAWAII AT HONOLULU.
Notice Is hcrrliy given that thn mi
nimi meeting of tho Morkhnldcrs of
Tho First National Hank of Hawaii at
Honolulu will be held lit Its place of
business, at tho conn r of Tort and
King streets, In Hip city of Honolulu;
Island of Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii,
on Tuesday, tho flth day of January.,
1!ii:, nt 3 p. in. of that .day, for thn
ptirposo of electing directors . for I ho
i nulling j ear, nnd for the transaction
of all business ns ,nmV bo bouuht he
foro the stockholder.', for consideration.
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Dated, Honolulu, If. T December
I T. PP.CIC.
, Cashier. "
Slot nor, fi, 7, R; Jim. 7, 8.
Many of tho surveys ordered soino
tlmo ago nro' now completed mid tho
downier this morning took up llm
mutter of tin owing Hio various lots
open. He held n confi renin wllh Sur
veyor Wall nnd Iuid Commissioner
Charles K. Judd.
Tlio lots at MnMkl mo now ready, ,
ns nro thoso nt Twenty-nhio allien,
near tho volcnno, ,nnd tho building und
lioniestcad lots near Knkn Head. As
foon ns tlleso hnvq been disposed of
the Governor hopes Hint thero will bo
some more hoinesteail lots ready, as,
surveys are to bu started veiy soon.
Watches that won't keep time.
Yes, wo want you to send ui
your wuti lies that won't keep
time: wnlf lies tho iivcragu wntcli
makir can not IK'. No work ton
illtllcult for uslo do. Wo em
ploy mi tinkers, hut cxpcit wuteli
nnkiTH. Wo chcei fully glvo efellinaten
when ieinJrcil. and guarantee
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.