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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Oaily every day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Fakkinuton, - Editor
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fy in uno Imllscicot paragraph moves
on tliti International chess boa id
which Imu boon carefully thought
out many months In iidvuiice.
"Tlio newspaper tluit gles uway
K eminent secrets for thu mcic sut-
Isfactlon of scoring on Its competitors
is unpatriotic, ami the howspnper man
uliit abuses n government conllilenro
In not wurthy of Ills cltlreiishlp,'' said
Admiral Thomas on unii occasion
It Is liecauHu tlio llullotln and
Its correspondents lime the reputa
tion for discretion, that this paper Is
able to give thu puhllc nil thu nuws.
The Mil Met In will contlnuu to
print first-hand and authentic news of
thu 1'aclllL' licet us long us tlio II) et
i mains with us.
qp-l i tdltorlal Rooms,
1 ei.Busine88 Offle.e,
Altered ! the t'ottot&c ai Hiiumbla
u riirtcla mntWr
We lire rrrrliril l) tlio more ex
ternal look of uiirihes In mimic now
poxllinu, del Mug wlelj mid eveciit
lug well; mid flirted how dlffmnt u
thing It It lo lie llll mid dnam, and
In Mart nil ami mirk, -.lames .Mar
Settlers ulu coming 111
to the laud
Soon It should lie known whether
Delegate Kuhlo gels a Christmas bas
ket with a real pudding or a brick In
Though the rubbish of thu streets
may be cleat ed, that Is no reason fur
letting up on thu lampalgu for fiee
(Vlth the Controller ll.iy tiuuble
wllied off the Blate, Congress Is free
to confine Itself to argument on big
business ninl the tariff.
DECEMBER 12, 1911
should decldu that my llrst term Imd
been fruitful enough of good to war
rant their enlisting niu for another
Any man would be proud of such a
verdict Hut 1 luc not been willing,
nor shall I be, to purchase It at the
sJcrllUu of my freedom to do in)
duty as I see It. My happiness Is not
dependent on holding all) ollUe; and
I shall go back lo private life with
no heartburnings If the piople, siftei
an unprejudiced lev lew of ui) Ad
ministration, com liidn that some one
else ean Bene them to their greater
Don't ask the merchants to shut U
shop in thu midst of thu holiday se.i
son or the people to quit bii)lng, but
Honolulu should celebrate
Opposition to the reappointment ol
Collector Stackablu will probably bt
on much thu same ground us the ob
joctlon to Governor Kreur Ills dispo
sition. J -
, lu t on the dog ipuirantiiie. Don't
.wait till a mad dog lilts tlio place
nnd then the scientists take hold and
niako an election light on whether tin
brute had rabies or the pip.
JWhy of course this Territory shouli'
' have a Federal appropriation for Its
l'auam.i-1'aciflu Imposition building
Hut for Goodness' sake don't tie ui
trie appropriation by a light over tin
'Once Honolulu gets a reputation ui
at clean inosuulto-less ilty. It wll
have to build tent cities after tin
fashion of Delhi during the Durbar
to accommodate the crowds that wll
(Line this way.
1 I'leaso take notice that the Cltlrenn
Sanitation committee Is not getting
excited, but Is molng right along on
forcing the regulations and helplni
Honolulu forward to the right kind ol
cleaning to assure mosquito destruc
t Senator Ln Kollette In thu last In
stallment of his autobiography sayi
that ho drew thu free raw sugai
clause of thu McKlnley bill, and ulst
that ho beliees any American Indus
try should bo protected to thu ainoun'
6t the difference between tost of pro
Suction ut homo' and In competing
foreign lands. When our sugai pro
duclng expense is compared with tlui
or Javu and other cano sugar prnduc
fug sections of the world, we shouli
liti)e little dllllculty In convincing tin
Senator that Hawaii Is entitled t(
inure protection than he had at llrsl
I Talk of Hoosovelt of tourso ineani
he olce of opposition to Tuft. Tin
ollnwlug Is what thu President s.i)i
of his own position, us published li
his lutest authorized Interview: "I
dm very grateful Tor thu honors the
Jieoplu lime given me. I do not af
fect to deny the butlsfactlon I should
feel If, after casting up tho totals pre
imd con, and striking a balunce. the)
THE "VOLUNTARY' HOLIDAY."
"Voliintnrj holldii)4' Is good. To re
ipiest the merchants and the bii)ers
to shut up shop and lease doing bus
iness for u day the week before
Christmas is asking a little too much
Ml plans uro laid for two full bus)
eeks and to upset them by stopping
iiisluess during that period might
ork uu Injury.
Hut that Is no reason why thu town
ihould not celebrate. Let those who
an get uw.iy do so. Some may be
bte to take the early part of the da)
nd otheis the afternoon. We should
ot feel that everything on Fort street
-while Nutiami remains open should
e closed tight ln order to have a
With a "oliintary holiday" there Is
o doubt that nil thu crowd that can
o doubt that all the piople who can
e accommodated will go to l'earl
tarbor to take part ln Thursday's
Istor) -marking event Then If tho
olld.i) spirit is aroused uu It should
e, the evening could bo made men)
Ith a street carnhal such us some
lines occurs on Christmas cu and Is
ot welcome at that time.
Let's celebrate, and do so in u lean
er that will (iiuse nothing but good
111 to prcull.
llcttmn I'xtrrliiril, and ottur skin
troiibh are cuiimiI by norlwlx or
mrins nt work in the skin I'nless
these gums are promptly deitrci)cd
tiny rapidly inultlpl), giiiiuliiK thill
wa dop Into the sensitive tissue huh
Is what must that awful Itch, ami
what pinned li mire rash may grow
worse and dtvelop Into u loathsome
nod torturing skin disease with Its
cars of inlstrv
Dun t take any ebatuesl Destroy the
Kirnis nt thu biglnnliig of the trouble
with that soothing nnd cleansing wash,
the DDD Prescription fur Koroma
We have luul evpcrleiiie with many
li'lniillcs for skin trouble but have
nevir mver sun Hiieh rein.irknlilo
inns ax those from DDD l'resirlp
lion Instnnt relief from the iry llrst
If )ou have skin trouble of unyklud.
we certalnl) udlse )ou to drop In olid
Investigate the merits of DDD
We know Hint DDD will help )ou.
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'I lino Pulmonis! gus, i In trie lights:
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Large spreading bungalow, College
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Pine new loltage of live rooms In
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I'lve-rooni new cottage, cry nttrnc
tlve, pvin minutes' walk from fith
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A Grand Stock of Handkerchiefs
Shaving Sets. Military Brushes,
Smoking Sets, Traveling Sets
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
GIVING THE FLEET NEWS,
(Continued rrom Pegs D
have a report made on the dairies, and
he naturally turned the iimtttr ovtr
"With this order also ennio a list of
'liiestlotis that had to lie answered,
numbering 75 altogether, nnd on which
my assistant was working twenty days
before he lonld till them all 111 This
Is all I euro to say on the matter, for
It Is m obvious that Dr. Norgaard
knows so little of the facts about
whli li be writes that the situation dues
not cull for any more"
President of the Hoard of Health
Dr. J H. 11. Pratt, ulitn asked tills
morning as to thu riport, inndo the
simple statement that Dr. N'orgaurd
couhl not have known nnthlng about
the facts when he wrote tils report or
else he would have known liottt r.
'Tin re 1 1 nothing more to say," ho
Mr. Norgnnrd's, complaint declared
"As to the question nr milk ns food,
the control of which comes under the
Territorial Hoard of Health, there
"(cm to be u decided misunderstand
ing, i-llbir wilful or stupid, on the part
on lists:) stacks or on Improved
Ws buy and sttl Stocki snd
Bonds, and msks Invtitments for
othsrs in approvsd Trust 8eeurl
tlss. VB SHALt, BH pli:ased TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bsthsl Strtst
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
Correct Ideas in
Moire Bags, white, black and
colored, $2 to $3.50
Satin Bags, black and colors,
$2.50 to $450
Suede Bags, black and colors,
$2.50, $4.50, to $7.50
Pin Seal Bags, black and colors,
$3.50 to $12.50
Alligator Skin Bags, $10.00,
Tapestry Hand Bags, $2, $3,
Silk Fringe Bags, $2 to $5
Silver Mesh Bags, $1.50, $2.50,
$5, $7.50 to $15
Children's Bags, $1 to $5 all
TO REACH PEOPLE ON THE
OTHER ISLANDS AND ON
SHIPS AT SEA
taliloK' of a census (if dairy unlnuils tn
tiiticmilosls ii'Mlnir and examination
for Miundness of tbe Kiune, not to mill
Hon sewers, drains' nnd water supply
The sumo urthlei nfir to n certain
siultutloii committee as supcrvlsliiKUII
of the work, but ns thu said chemist
of Hie chemist of the said board ns toils the only luembir or emplo)o of tho
Be On Time!
MANCHURIA is ths loit boat
reach ths Coait before Christinas.
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRCSS
There uro two cardinal principles;
ii newspaper makliiK. Thu llrbt Is tn
et tho news llrst; the second Is to
et tho nuwH llrst-hatid, Iloth these
irluclples carry with them the con
i t Ion of tilling tho news uccuratel)
Ah in thu ic-purtlug of tho regular
uu of tho day's doings, the Hul lo
in has adhered strictly to these two
male principles In tellliiK of the Pa
nic fleet and Its movements since tho
lve crulseis nf Admlrul Thomas' com
nand have boon In Hawaiian waters
Die II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii has been u day ahead
if tho other papers In giving fleet
ewH to tho public, and in many in
tances has beon ublo to gather and
irlnt news that other papers could
lot have obtained nt all.
A llullotln stuff correspondent
iccompanlcd the llrst division of tho
leet on Its history-making cruise
round Oaliu, by special permission of
ho Navy Department, and through
ho courtesy of Admiral Thomas. And
ho Uu I lot in was tho only paper
n tho world that printed a couipro
lenslvu und yet discreet account of
ho plan for n chain of mortar bat
erles which will make Oahu tho "Gib
raltar of thu I'aclllc"
Hut In writing of tho defensive
((length of tho nation, gieat caru has
o bo taken not to give away secrets
which may woik direct Injuiy on tho
win re his niithorlty begins nnd ends.
Troni my experience of enrs In
ouch matters, 1 am. however, under the
Impression timt his authority ns will
as his work begins imd ciiiIh In his
laboratory. Tho division of animal In
dustry has worked In harmony with
the lionid of Health, nnd presumably
Is Mill doing so, unless tlio center of
inthorlty In that body has been shift
same evir mentioned liy name, I was
led to Infir that he must bo tbe committee."
SERVICES TO BE HELD
OVER ASHES OF WINTER
Two reports this morning conceit'
'lie tho arrival of tho ashes of the
ed from tho president of tbe board tonto Prank U Winter cnused changes
Hie iliemlst un.l food nnnlyst From ll jn ii10 aIls r ,i,0 i0Clli i;ikH fo,
go seivlceH fur tho deceased. Plrbt
number of nrtlcleH In the local inpers! ()(KI
,, tium oi,ear inai ine suiii eiu misi
has t.ikin chnrgo of the entire milk,
dairy and livestock Industry, from thu
jR Jx.' itoHIgouco
Noll I do wish nion wouldn't gi
ut botweeti tho acts so often.
wish thoy wouh
lrlnks su often.
doing to tho well nover hurt
pitcher )ct. It's going to tho coruoi
I Hell I wish thoy wouldn't como in fulnon that Bonds him back to tho
' r .. .. I . . .....
r "i Magazine Dlllor I realty ciuri sen "iiormr, I want )ou to iook nncr
)thlng In this manuscript of )ours, my olllio while I'm on miciIIoii,
1'oung Aitlst Still, why not print "Hut 1'vo Just graduated, doctor,
tit? Your readem may havu moio In- Huvo had no oxporlenco."
"Thais nil tight, my boy. .My prac
llcu Is stilctly fashionable. Tell tho
nion to play golf and ship tho lady
patients off to Europe "
You know tlio futo of tho pltchor
that goes to tho well too olten."
Every dairy belonging to
this Association Is kept In
a perfect sanitary condi
tion, and the cows are cer
tified as healthy by the
and absolute cleanliness Is
enforced In all handling.
But we do not stop there.
After the milk has reach
ed our Depot on Sheridsn
Street It Is treated by an
advanced electrio process.
Our customers receive a
rich milk absolutely pure.
came n letter stating Hint the ushes
caused tho KIIck to announce Hint
'hero would ho uu sei vices held.
Shortly aflerw.ud, another letter
eanio from tho irohtiunrc to the effect
that the indies :uo coining on tho l.ur-
llne, iluu tomoirow, ami then Hie Ktks
again changed their plans. It Is mm
r.iiiuiuiieed that If thu l.urlliio slioul I
airive In the morning, the servlics
will be held at four o'clock in thu aft
ernoon, but will bu postponed If the
r.teamur does not arrive u til 11 after
noon. I.alo advices today inadu the
latter prngi.im seem tho moio llklv.
The Commorchl Club will give
Chilstmas trco celebration followed
by a dance at the club rooim up the
evening of Decemlior 27. Tho oclu
bratloii Is for the member,-, ami f.iml-
liml been burled In California, nnd tlu. lies.
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 13M00
Building lot Kslmukl 70000
Modern bungslow College Hills 6000 00
House and lot Kalakaun Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 HO 00
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Avenue 2000
Attention! .Meiubom llonotull
f Minliilirr of founnort e. Tho !. S
('luiidluii has been (luutciod by tin
Chamber lor a trip tu l'e.ul llmlioi
ThiilHday, December II, Hill, and wll1
in i niiin.itiv lln, thn IT. . l.'l.lirshll
California to lirr iiuuhoragn In 1'i.irl
Ilaibor on that dale, leaving tho In-ter-li.luud
wharf, foot of Niiuauii
stieet, ut 11:1 j u. in,
Thu enllie aiioiuiiiiidatlons of the
sleatuer havo been ies,erved for the
Clumber of Couimoiio; e,uh membei
Is entitled tu bring one lady,
I'lesldent Bp'ildlug hopes that liv
ely number luay muko thn trip.
I'leasu notify the Heciet.iry, tele
phoiiu 2.11.1, hcfoiit T, p. in, Weilues
da, December III, 1U1I, whellior )ou
will go or not.
Hv onler of tho Chumber of Colu-
jneico Sptclal I'euil Harbor i:cur-
jami:s a. ki:nni:dv,
j. ii. ciAir, '
'11. IN WOOD.
BAD NEWS FOR
fioveiiioislilp stoiiea are liegliiniug
o go lliu rounds, tiinl iiimurs of cili'e
irnnm aio silling through thu vail.nn
irlvnte houiccs that ought to bo Kept
lifouneil whether the) nie or not.
Tho latest on tho stiocf this loom
ing was. Hint thn tloveruur's fine i
had got pews that was lather dls
uilellug but there was nothing of an
It Is sufo tu picsiimo that Delegate
Kuhlo Is sitting as- a member of tho
National Committee holding the pioly
'if National T.'ommllleeiuau llolstidn.
He ami Ills frlcmJs- 'u Cougiess mid
in the Commillce nro no doubt gut
I'ng In their work und making their
linal presentation of fnets, previous to
Ilio vvliolo subject being passed up to
Ihe 1'iesldcnt for action,
I'nlillf splrllcil men uml no men nre
liliiiinlug In dcroriile uulouiiililles fur
Hie Klunil I'nrinle. Arc inn one of
Wc make fine
posl card por-
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