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HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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v in the Territory of Hawaii.
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Blest lire the humble souls Hint milt
With svtcct uhmliliii to Ills Mill;
llnriiiiiiiIoi(t nil (heir parlous nunc,
. And In tlit? midst uf storms are Mill.
i 1. Doddridge.
j Mark the now year by trotting out
the business men's candidates. Men
who know how mid uio willing to
J A New York specialist has declared
that there Is no h.iiui In ilal feet. Ur
bourse nut iiiiU-hii they nro steered lijr
a fat head.
' Governor Frcar might test out Mr.
political status by declaring his can
didacy for delegate to the Kepublkau
The slush of misrepresentation and
tho homo of the mosquito are till of
a kind. There's nothing In It for the
benefit of Honolulu.
, A little Murathoner has come oir
tho warships to give the local geiitrj
u run for It. Don't let him get away
without u tent with our oldest mid
. Somehow in ull this tnlk that is
going on about the Government there
Is mighty little said of what the Un-vvallun-Amerlcnii
is thinking of these
, t If you think that making Honolulu
Clean- or mosquito breeding localities
Is bad politics, make u political Issue
..as a friend of the mosquito and set
Where J oil get off.
f You can depend upon It that ever
: II u 1 1 e 1 1 it subscriber Is a buyer, and
L. fnoro people subscribe for and buy the
Ilulletln than tiny other newspa
per published In Haw nil.
i Mr. Ilusinuss Man, you don't gel
something for nothing In your own
'' business. So how do jolt expect to
Jget good government when you do
tiiext to nothing but growl?
flovfirnnr Frear'B term of otllce ex-
'plres on December 18 or as soon
thereafter as the President of the
United States makes a new appoint
ment. So until next week, be culm.
From Panama to 1'eurl Harbor will
iEoon be one of the favorite routos. Is
inhere any good reason wny tne re-
iglon ubout Pearl Harbor should not
j be as cleun of mosquitoes as I'jnainn,
What sliull be done with the mo-
f equlto breeding gutters? If it Is Im-
tiosslble to have the gutters and be
Vld of the mosquitoes, why get rid of
the gutters, provided the dripping
from tho eaves will not prove a
source of greater trouble
Probably the officers who took tho
California In and out of Pearl Har
bor would tell you there wus no such
Tthlng as failure. And Admiral Thom
jfiis would never have risked hanging
flip ins ungsnip nan ne mu niigaiem
flouut of tho ability or ins men to
turn the trick and do It on schedule
lime. That's what the men of tho
yitivy are trained for. Wasn't It Far
Kngut who said, "Damn the torpcdoeB.
r, Always bear In mind that when tho
famous Gorgas went to Panama and
J'A man," ho said, "acts uccordlng
tv his Judgment. A woman uccordlng
to her Instinct."
HVell," she replied, "a woman has
hls advantage; her Instinct Is always
"What Is the Mutter With Our Pub
ic "Schools?" Is tho title, of a page
irtlcie In the Sunday Issue of the
rtw York Times. Wo submitted It
j oi'u high school boy who shall for
I'd Sit Mono.
Oct Vtl, inywhntlu US.
P Yrr mitwIici n C.n.Ji
Pel Veer fottlw'd, .jiiln .,
ftnterfd it the IWnlticv i llciDniitln
a. trLom1lai raittrr
DECEMBER 16, 1911
j begun to enforce regulations that
I would result In tho extermination of
tho mosquitoes, thu people thcro made
Mich a rumpus that the President uent
b special agent to investigate tt hith
er tlorgus should be recalled, lint
Uorgns staved and l'unuma Is now
famous. Honolulu can nuver be fam
ous as a elean city If the friends of
tho mosquito are allowed to prevail
oer the sanitarians.
TRYING TO SHIFT RtPONSIBILlTV
illuming through the discussion of
President Spalding's timely call to
thu members of the Chamber of Com
merce that they take u more active
interest In public affairs is it noto of
desire to shift some of the burden
to someone else,; In this Instance the,
We would respectfully remind Ho
nolulu business men that reform Is
not accomplished In that manner.
The trouble with the situation tit
the present day Is the easy way In
which each busy business man shifts
the responsibility to the other fellow
The result we nil' know.
Now', nt a time when Hawaii Is cer
tainly not poor In put se, we hear talk
of getting down to the business of
shifting one of our burdens of Terri
torial II nan co and administration to
the Federal government. It will not
be surprising If the Federal govern
ment lesponds, "It's your problem,
do the work yourselves."
In tho estimation of tho 11 nil e
tln Oleic Is such u large amount of
distinctly Federal and National work
to bo done In these Islands, Hint tin
citizens of Hawaii should lake rare
of their own affair, mid, when
branching out Into Federal matters
should use vi lint Inlliicncr the) liuw
In forward the appropriations fur the
naval mid military establishments,
appropriations which Goodness knows
aro hard enough to get under uny
circumstances, and especially so when
a lot of Interior statesmen can't seo
the sense In a navy, u merchant mar
ine, uii army or a foreign policy.
Stick to the Honolulu text gentle
men. Wo hno work here; lots of It. And
wu had hitter spend our time doing
It, Instead of running off to Congress
and calling for help on matters that
must be urgued at great length to
oven convince Congress that It is any
of Congress' business.
SAY CUPID HAS
Chief of Detectives McDuffle Is be
lieved to bu captured matrimonially
It wus reported hist night that the
"Dig Chief' has been married to a
young lady whoso name Is not knovvt
to his many friends. Hut those who
claim to know of tho marriage of the
filler nro keeping quiet.
Indicating that the Chler is leully
man led, a, letter addressed, Mr. and
Mrs. A. McDitflio was forwarded to
McDtiHlo, fi mil the headquarters of tho
Salvutlon Army, asking font contrlbti
Hon for Clillstmas celebration. This
nnrnlng McDulMu showed the letter,
to n iiullotln rciKirter, Htutlng that
If ho was really married, the letter
tliu present be nameless, and this is
"Too many of them ain't got nobody
that's heavy enough to play center."
"1 cun't dramatize this book."
"The story lias no action to speak
"Hold on, You have got hold of
the wrong book, This Is n patent of
llco report." ,
written by n Salvation Ailny lady,1
was sulllclent cvldenco of his hav
ing been captured by n young lady.
Chief McDuffle. when pressed for a
satisfactory explanation regirdlng his
.cpoited marriage, shook his head and
stated that he Is still it bachelor nnil
tloes nut expect to join tho matrimo
"No sir," said McDuffle to n Iiul
lotln reporter, '(I nui not married j
and may not bo for soino lime to!
"Hut," answered the leportor, "how,
old on get n letter, addressed Mr, i
mid Mrs. McDuffle. I
"Well, piohubly they know I am
married, which Is not u fact," smiled
"Is It not n fact, 'Chief, that you aro
"No, no( I am not married. I inn
stilt a bachelor,"
Owing to tho fact that tho writ of
niandatuUK Issue.! hv Itttheit Horner
against the Kukjluit Plantation com
pany and Albert Homer Its president
calling upon them ty appear heftue
Judge Cooper In tho circuit court and
answer quest Ions In connection with
Hie manngeiucnt of the plantation,
was not drawn out In the exact form
.is t "null iM bv section 11 of the or-
ganlc net, thu writ wits tills inornlnj
A motion asliltltr that tilts rnursa
bu taken was filed in the coutt by At
torney l.iner who appeared for tho
defense. Under tho provisions of tho
nl gallic act. hn Ktato.l Hint tin. writ
should have been Issued In the nunio
of tho Territory of Hawaii and not
in tho iinino of a person. The Terri
tory, ho continued wns tho onlv tiovvor
that could summarily order anyone to
uppear heforo the court,
Attorney Olton, appearing for the
defense, stated Hint tho ground for
tho motion was unreasonable hut
Judge Cooper In crnntlnir tho motion
to dismiss said Hint If tho law renulr.
wl n ccrlnln formality then ho would
nave to abide by It.
Another writ will In till nrohablillv
RABIES IS UP
At half past two o'clock Monday af
ternoon next n special meeting of tho
Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry Is
to be held to consider the passing of
tho proposed regulations to prevent
rabies being Introduced Into Hie Ter
ritory. Tho main tiling about the regula
tions Is n quttruntinu perlo'd of ninety
days for all dogs coming Into Ilia Is
lands. Speaking of Hie mutter this
morning IjiiiiI Commissioner Charles
H. Judd stated that us Hie llgures
showed thut there vvero only some 200
dogB brought Into tho Territory each
year tho pioposed regulation should
not linposu nny great liuidshlp.
The meeting Is open to the public
and all those Interested in tho mut
ter nro usked to bo at the land olflce
nt tho time appointed so that the
board can get an expression of Ideas
from ull around.
o o e
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business office. These aire the tele
phone number of the II allot la.
"Use only milk
that is known
to be absol
An important practical
truth stated by a physi
cian. We aro supplying our cus
tomers with a milk that Is
known to be perfectly pure
and very rich milk that
line the endorsement of the
Matron of the Kauikeolanl
Qiinrtermnstor Captain llnldt of tho
United States army transport Lmkiii
which passed through Honolulu en
route tb flu am nnd Manila on Inst
Tuesday wlielessed In to Depot Qitar-I
tcrmnster Captain (lame tills morn
ing, Hint on last Thursday evening,
following a general scnich of the,
troopship, Joseph I.e Hlnnchi', claim
ing to 'be mi American 01(17011 was
liruitghl to light In the role of n stow.
I.c lllnncho Is well known -to the
t'litliorltles in Honolulu huvlng nrriv-j
ed licio uh one uf thu pair of stow-
.iwnys In the transport Thomas sinie
v.'i'eks ago. I
Onu interesting fcatuie In connec
tion with the advent of I.e lilunche
In tlu'su Islands, 'Is that ho Is alleged
to have rijsayt'cl Hie tolu of u li nighty
at my olficer on a portion of the voy
age from Sun Francisco to Honolulu '
When the Thomas reached this port,'
l.o Hlancho wns turned over to tho
local authorities vvllh a cotupanlon
and It Is said thut lntli were aftur-j
twiill irie.ini'ii uh ii jiruiiuM) iii.it IIIUJ
would speedily "heat It" for the const.
Tho man who Is said to have boon
caught uh a stowaway on the Logan
now en route to Uiiitii Is declared by
thu local iKillcc to bo it genius. He
Is said to have easily passed muster
ns army "higher up." Ho profescd
nil abundant knowledge of West Point
and mi extended ncquulnt'iucu with
the men who don the budge of author..
Ity iiiul gold luce la Hie service.
Ho eiijoyed "Ills cigar" with the
high ranking captains, urijors and,
other passengers ou the troopship .
Tho revelation which camo later, that,
theso ofllccrs had been mingling with'
ono who at one tlnio was I'sted as iti
mere pilvnte In tho rear ranks Is said
to have fallen like n bombshell among
tho llttlo militant colony on board tho
I.o Blanche left Honolulu with the
knovvledgo of the local police who
hoped that they would bo rid of their I
man. It seems though that I.e Illanchcl
may bo returned here, ns tlicre Is n
likelihood that ills transfer may If
effected nt sea to'tho Sherman which
Is ruiKirted to lili'Vu loft Manila ou
Mrs. 11. M. Ilttsslur, an osteopathic
physician, refused, to pay taxes on her
pack of German dachshunds nnd Is In
the Hutchinson (Kus.) jail with her
favorite ting. She was arrested on
complaint uf the,, city dog catcher and
refpsed to jiay. at )nu,
Promotion work for Hawaii, under
tho guidance of Sicietnry II. P. Wood
of the Promotion t'ouiuilttee. Is boom
ing, us wus eviilcmtd by the good re
ports handed In ut thu meeting held
yesttrdny afternoon. Dr. ,. W. Wml
mnn hiiN iiddrtxKi'd 13; audiences nt
which he lias told :' 0,(1 00 people on thu
mainland of Hawaii; Melvln Arkman,
Inventor of the Arl.nn type of dirigi
ble airship, may bring one to the Is
lands un J-so biiiw Hying; demands are
coining In front all sides fur mora of
the riornl Parade posters, which re
ports statu aru attracting considerable
attention throughout the mainland;
Furnished, large front room, suitable
fur two. MS 8. King St. 4110-2t
An old buggy.
P. O. Hox 833.
Furnished house, complete, with three
hcdiooins and equipped dining-room
and kitchen. Must be moderate In
price. House required for three
months and perhaps longer. State
terms, location' and when can be
seen In reply. Address "D. D. IX",
terms, location unci when can be
seen In reply. Address "D. D. I).",
Illack wallet nnd t&u in currency; go'd
watch charm. Finder return to this
olllen nnd leedvu reward. DlOS-St
TO REACH PEOPLE ON THE
OTHER ISLANDS AND ON
8HPS AT 8EA
Be On Time!
MANCHURIA Is the last boat to
reach the Coast before Christmas.
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Fine new rnttnge of five rnnm In
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Five-room new cottage, very attrac
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Nurnburg Iron Graft
Paintings in Oil and Water
new Mettntcrx nro being planned fur
tile Puclllu Mnll and Matson lines to
iicioutmudutu the tuurlsl trade to this
port, unci iirrnngements uru on foot to
celebrate the opening of Pearl Harbor
The meeting yesterday wo one of
the most encouraging that has been
held for some time and kept the mem
bers busy throughout. Dr. Wad man
has been doing yeoman service through
out the mainland and has been spread
ing knowledge of Hawaii broadcast.
The Floral Parade poster, which has
reached the various shipping agencies,
Is attracting considerable notice, ac
cording to the reports to hand, and
many of Hie managers are asking for
more. A. M. Culver of the Oceanic I
company, writing from the Los Ange
les agency, states that halt an hour:
uftir the poster was placed In the win
dow thcro it was the center of a large
crowd and should pull big business for
the Islands. lie ndds that tho book-,
lng are coming In very fast and that'
the Sletra for February 10 Is tilling up
qukl.ly. From tliu Han Franciscoj
agency conies word Hint u party of
thirty or forty people have made res
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St. ....$210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Building lot Kalmukl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
Home and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnishd house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $60.00
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue , .... 2000
'( -nil In
ervations and will be here In time for
Hie parade. The same class of reports
are being received from all the rull
tond agencies to wltltli the ;istvrs were
Kecretury Wood reported that he has
heard from good authority that more
steamers were iiolng planned for tho
Pnclllc Mull and Matson companies,
ami that tiiu Ventura and Sonoma
would also be put on tho run between
San Francisco, Honolulu nnd Sydney.
There is n general move all round
among the shipping companies that
looks will for the future of Hawaii.
.Melvln Vtiuhnun, Inventor of Hie Ar-
kou tvpu of dirigible airship nnd thu
mnn who Is to make the attempt
cross the Atlantic, writes that he will
In all probability be a passenger to
Hawaii some time during the coming
year. He wns located as n photogra
pher 111 Honolulu for soma time and
took somo landscape views of Hono
lulu from very high altitudes, one of
which Is the standard and has become
known nil over tho world.
Although the opening of the finished
Pearl Harbor It not expected until
1915. Treasurer It. vou Damin has nl-
on listed stocks or o'n Improved
We buy and sell ' Slock t and
Bonds, and make Invattmenls for
others In approved Truit Securi
ties. WW SHALL BR TLKARRD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.'
S24 Bith.l Street
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
ready plans on hand for celebrating
the event. He points out that the en
trance of the California to tho harbor
luring tills week can not be looked ou
as the official opening because Hie har
bor Is not yet llnlshed. Ilo suggests
that the committee which Is handling
the Panama exposition be asked to tako
olllelal notice of the event here nnd
iiinke It one of the advertising fea
tures of the exposition.
He further suggest that due prep-"
uratloii be made here for the enter-,
inlmncnt of nil guests during the time,'
and .that special amusements In tliu
form of local, national nnd internation
al yacht, rowing nnd other races unci
spoils, pageants and excursions be
made ut popular prices to Haleakata,'
tho Volcano of Kllauea nnd other Is
lands. He states Hint ho thinks It
would be better to hold these festivi
ties nt the end or Hie San Francisco
exposltou In order to secure nil thu
posi,. cooperation from them.
Thu committee Is to confer with tho
Chamber of Commerce Immediately on
Hie ground that It can not be too early
for the plans to lie made,
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A stroll through our store wilt
offer many suggestions for Xmas
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