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HON6LULU, T. H, TUESDAY; DEC.' 26, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLlSHlKlG
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday.. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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TUESDAY .V.l"."....v''" ..".DECEMBER 5J191T
Honorable Industry illirnjs IniioM
'(tip miiiii- road rtllli cnjojiiicnt n ml
ilulj. mill itrneri'HH N altogether Ini
iiililr nlllinul II. annuel Smiles.
This week tlio pnsswoid will be
"Samu to you." '
Politics neicr yet did satlsfactory
pollcu duty In nny city,
The conlesslon of tlio McNnmnrtts
whh about tlio biggest bomb they over
The mmicy Invested In tliat road to
thu iinviil station will never bring tlio
tnxpajcrs rmiao for reg'ret.
In closing tip tlio old year, It In well
to uiiiko provision for the most suc
cessful year In tlio history of Ihc city
You are pretty safo to bank on It
that there will ho no itpnllitmcntti
inado this year. We shall liavo to
wait tilt next.
Among the sayings of great men tlio
one recently made by Mayor Hnrrl
noil of Chicago, should find a plncn In
history. He remarked, "Things arc"
getting lirctty rotten 'round hero."
After tho fleet lcnvcR Honolulu It
will Boem rather tnuie, but don't for
get that no time should bo lost In pro
purlnK for the arrival of the touflsts
who arc certain to como for tho Flor
If wo nro rredltcd with making, n
nnlso with firecrackers on our I111I0
pendpneo Day what will It be when
compared with the Chlneso If they
liavo occasion to celebrate an Inde
pendence day of their own?
It has been definitely decided that
the Maine was blown up from the
outside. It nil slit bo remarked that
everything else, In tho lino of fighting
niaehlnen that belonged to Spain wns
blown up in tho samo way, 11 little
Honolulu Supervisors hnvo clearly
decided lo do what tho majority of
the business men's conforenco believes
Ib necessary, Now It Is up to the bus
iness men to further help out by "go
ing over tlio list of expenses lo deter
mine where money can bo saved. In
tho general maintenance of. tho gov
ernment, without going off on n tang
ent and losing sight of ,jJio,,mnln Issue
through n discussion of reversion, to
old forms of government.: .
CHRISTMAS EVE CELEBRATION,
Honolulu's Christmas cvo streot
carnival crtn no nioro bo postponed to
another dnte than It enn bo pro
grammed and made a society event.
Tho cxporlenco of Saturday night
showed (hat, and taking' this? year as
an example, tho only thlm; remaining
, for tho merchants Is to, endeavor to
regulate the thing. -'5 '' a
According to nil coiivj'. thcnrlei. tho
confetti, tho nnlso, :mJ tho bulnierous
ness arc entirely out of p'scu on
Christmas ovo. Furthermore mer
chants rtcn't like It, on account ol.tho
Injury to business and often the dam
ngo to L'nods.
Hut this whole, Christmas evo ex
citement Is something like Topsy: It
has "just growed." No 0110 planned
it; nn one iiBkcd for It; no ono knows
whence It originated; It lias simply
If a man wcro as cheap as nlmost ilidatc.
1 any woman can make him feel, no
vonian could rcstst him merely as a
Tho Wife lllg checks for dresses
'vlll not bo in demand tills season.
The Husband Thank henven!
"Are you. Interested In the recall?"
"Not yet," replied tho habitual can-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
,ettt al i)m roatoltce at Hoeolala
a accoml-claaa. Matter.
arrived and will Btiiy as long nfl an
effervescent Joy In Honolulu seeks nn
So let us make tho most of the
Chrlstman evo celebration and decldo
lliat It Is 11 good thing when properly
THE ENLISTED MEN.
Admiral Thomas Is to bo congratu
lated on the excellent deportment of
the enlisted men of the cruiser licet
during tho Christinas holiday. The
American sailor is giving tho pcoplo
of this city nn entirely now Idea of
the nian-o'-wnr's-mnn absolutely con
trary to tho man of ancient song and
story, ninny samples of which Hono
lulu has had In tho old days.
The men from tho Bhlps were very
much In evidenco on Saturday night.
They wcro bubbling over with fun
and good nature. And there wns n
complete freedom from cither rowdy
Ism nr Intoxication which sometimes
occurs nfter men liavo been lied tip to
their duties at sea and aro given mi
opportunity to let looso for n while.
Tho sailors of tho fleet and tho en
listed men of tho army nnd navy sta
tioned locally set an cxnuiplo In bo'
havlor that Is n good ono for many of
our own town's boys to follow.
OUR TRADE WITH SEATTLE,
Seattle sees much of promise In the
recent trip of tho steamship llonolu
lun direct from Honolulu tn Seattle,
and tho Post-Intelligencer lias hopes
that this is the beginning of it perma
nent line, a hopo shared by nil in Ha
waii Including thu steamship men.
Commenting on the trado with the
Islands the Intelligence says edi
torially: Scnttlo has had a direct steam
ship lino to Hawaii for n long
time. Ilut until now It has nover
had n direct lino from tlio islands
to Seattle. Tho vessels in tiio
trado heretofore have covered a
triangular route From Hawaii
they proceeded to San Francisco,
from San Francisco to Seattle,
and from Seattle hack to Hawaii.
This routing of tho vessels has
permitted n consldornblo expan
sion of our exports to Hawaii,
but hnn done little lo facilitate tho
building up of a reciprocal trade.
Now tho steamship Honolulnn
Is on her way from tho Islands to
Seattle direct, carrying a enrgo
oMsland products for this mar
ket. Included In the cargo Is
ono Hhlpinont of fiOd toils of
canned plilcnpplo, to bo dlstrlli
uted to tlio trado from this port.
The commencing of an Import
trade with Hawaii means n good
deal, because as our Imports
from Hawaii Increase so will our
exports. It also permits of tho
supplying of the market tributary
to Seattle with Hawaiian pro
ducts. Instead of having nil of the
distribution tako place from San
Francisco, as lias been tho enso
In the piiBt. ,
In ono respect nlono will San
Francisco contlnuo to have nn ad
vantage In tho Hawaiian trado.
Tho principal product of 'the Is
lands is raw sugar, and the only
refineries In American territory
on this const nro located In Cali
fornia. Hawaii will not ship
sugar hither bocnuso, In the ah- -
"What I am Interested In is a moans
of getting somewhere In the first
earth? -How ninny zones has Iho
Teacher Correct, Namo them.
Pupil Toniporato zono, Intemnor-
cte, canal, horrid, and o.
ponce of refineries, thcro is no
market for It.
Ilut there nro developing other
Industries In tlio Islands. The
canning of pineapple Is ono of
them, the Hnwullnh frl'lit is get
ting a hold on the market. Tho
commercial production of other
troplcnl fruits will be stimulated
by the success of tlio plncnppla
establishment. Seattle hns a big
, territory In which to dlBtrlbutO
troplcnl products nnd will doubt
less build A target trade In them,
now Unit .transportation facilities
from tho islands arc afforded.
This Is n very scnslblo nnd intelli
gent sizing up of tho situation. The
day may como in tho next ten years
when tho western const will consume
the entire sugar output of these Is
lands. Tho amount of sugar the
Coast takes from these Islands tins
Increased a hundred per cent In tho
IliRt dermic. So It is posslblo that
Seattlo's fnr-floelng business men may
soon be dickering with Honolulu for
the establishment of n rctlnery.
lie tills as it may, tho devclopntcnl
of the pineapple business In tho
Northwest, through tho port of Seat
tle, should be foBtercd In every way
possible. It is not beyond reasonable
expectation Hint pineapples and other
tropical fruit will bo exported in suf
ficient quantity lo supply. tho "up
freight" for the much desired steam
ship service. Scnttlo and tho North
west have only to make n specialty of
eating Hawaiian fruit and we shall
get tho desired results:
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(Continued troni (Page It
Mime tlrilo past undergoing n gencrnt
overhauling. Tho work on this vessel
was ubdut completed nnd It was the1
Intention lo remove the steamer with
in n very short time. Tho collision
with tho West Virginia U dcclArcil
has placed tho marine railway hors
do combat, so to speak and It has
been found Impossible to lower tho
Clnudlnc Into tho water until tho
damaged section of tho submarine
truck Is repaired.
This work may rcnutro tho servi
ces of divers for 'many weeks accord
ing, to tho opinion Of local -shipping
men.1 it may mean that expdrlpncd'i?
(Uvcra from, the, ooast.'may hsve'to hd
Vrimght 'down lo expedite tho' repairs.
At any rato It will cost 4 ho United
States naval authorities it pretty jicn
11 y before all Is arranged to satisfac
tion of alt concerned."
Rigid Investigation Will Follows.
Admiral Thomas, Captain Hnlstcad
(ml others concerned In tho disaster
In tho mnrino railway will he called
Into a conference to ho held with Sup
erintendent of Public Works Camp
bell nnd Chairman of the Doard ot
Captain HaUtcnd who was on the
bridge and charged with tho respon
sibility for tho wrecking of' the struc
ture, Is said to liavo given an his rea
son for the accident that a Btrong
wind was found blowing, whicli after
tho West Virginia had cleared the
storn of tho cruiser California, caus
ed tho West Virginia to slur over In
Iho, direction of tho marlno railway.
Officers on hoard tho Claudlno nt
Iho time, however, nro positive In
their statements that thcro was Utile
or nn wind blowing Sunday morning,
at least nt that particular hour.
Sunday and Christmas Pay. a num
ber of divers wcro engaged-In mak
Prepared milk, no matter
of how high a standard,
Is not equal In food value
to fre.h milk that la rich,
Milk uaera In Honolulu can
obtain pure and very rich
freah , milk- by ' ordering
CRU SER'S SMASH
will greatly enhance values of real, es
tate. Why not buy a lot and build a
home before prices rite?
are allld" untold". Thirty-four choice
Iota remain. Aa'vvo'aetlre. tocleee this
trect at once, prices have not been
ralaed. You een buy at 20 dlacount'
on Hat price, Terrnei 1-3 eaah, 1-3 in
one year and 1-3 In two yearc) tnterott
CARIIY aVkV YfeAn'd CMHET
INrj TO YOUU FRIENDS AT St'iA.
AND ON THE OTllldt ISL'AN'DS
lilg ad cSTnmlnatlon of tho damage
done by tho Impact of the cruiser. A
report from A board ot survey wilt
MAY SPLIT ARMORY SITE
(Continued from fane 1)
nicnt omclills nnd all ot them seem t6
fnyor tho iirojioalllon.
belegntfe Kalanlannolo has been
pressing this iuatlcr with much vigor.
Ho mndo Bfiveral visits to the War Do
nnruncni nnu win ncuuiu iiiu n,. u
hkkII))o. Ho advanced tlio suggestion
that the government turn IJncK to tho
Territorial authorltliy nil of .tho" drill
shed grounds. If that could not lq
done, he urged that Milllclcnt hind lio
given for Iho now armory. '
In,, the conferences held between tho
Delegate ami the odlrlals of tho War
Department tlieBfactjdcvclopcd Hint n
compromise irilght bo rejiche wlicr.?
by it largo imrtlon of the two hunitred
foot frontaeo on Hotel street may bo
turned bnck for tho nrmory. Tills
would lenvo a smaller plcco of ground,
which could Im utilized for regimental
Tho question ,of recession has not!
liecn determined, as Oenernl Iieonard
Wood has not j-et,.liad nn opportunity!
In consider tlif,.ptnn In nil Its phases
and render a decision, ills approval
Is necessary to make tho suggestion
LOCAL AND' GEf.EhAL
Miss Itay Sheldon, n niembor of
Oahu College faculty. Is spending the
holiday vacation at Kwa plantation.
, Mnnngcr Cooer of tho Clarion
leaves nn the Wlthelmlnn for Snh
Francisco nnd tho Fnst on business.
Tlio 'Clarion has just closed tho most
successful year" of Its exlrttonco, nnd
Mr. Cooper Intends to secure now and
advanced lines that will satisfy every
whim of the Blowing demand to hnvo
everything in Honolulu that you can
gel lit Now York.
Real Estate for Sale
' Building lot Proepoet St .... 1210000
, Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350.00
Building lot Kaimukt T00JX)
Modern bongalew College Hills 6000M
Houie and iei kalakaua Ave. i 2000.00
Furnished. heuee--8 months from".. '
December 1, 191, IW.00
UnfurnUhed house Manoa Val-
, ley ., ,.....,,.1,1... 5000
Young, Street, .,,..; ,',., 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue 20.66'
1 "1 1 "1
jiKf1 .. .(,( w'x
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EXPRE8S MONEY ORDERS
There Is no more coiivenleti
or economical way to-crplf)1;'
money or to pay 'nccpdnU,'
bills, (lueK, HsscssmaiitB, sub
script lpn, etc., than, fjy
WEU13 FARGO. A 00.'
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
(Continued from Paie'1)
"When you do not hear much about
'IiUhIiichs conditions' It may ho t'tikch'
nn a sure sign that business is doing
well. Thcro Is little to be hcurd nowi
anil' tho rule holds good. 1 look for.
11112 to be n splendid yenr. There Is
home talk of crop shortage through the
Middle Northwest, lint generally' crops
nro good and Industries. on a sound and
Mr. Stacks big ngenry reflects whnt
ho says ubout thu gcilcrul p'rosperltV bf
He wns asked If tn his opinion thcro
lit u probability of iiriy general lower
ing of tho staple commodities, which
Would hlcan u decrease In tho high cost
"I doubt It," said Mr. Stack. ''Sucli
it lowering, I think; will not como' Until
there Is n war between labor nnd cap-
Hal, nnd that war Is very far In tho
' "Tlint McNainura case In I,ns Ango
les, with the confession of the guilty
union UyliAtriltern, positioned nny
ehrtnee Of such 11 War for fifty years.
Let tne tell you that case Is Iho great
"" thlriR that ever happened for ho
't Industries, of America, tt means that
lllfi Yitf faiT 1 liiT
1 " 1
tho nggrcsslvo anarchists who have led
so many union movements will 1)6
swept aside, tlnkins will still exist, us
thep have a right to, iiul not on the
lints they hnve recently."
Mr., slack says tliat. the .outcome; of
the MeNnmnru case was hailed with
Joy nil over the country as a notablo
cxninplo of tho triumph of law and
community organization over lawless
ncss nnd nnnrchlsm. '
Mr. Stack spent much of yesterday
Rotting settled Iri his beach home. Hn
brings a valet with hint, nnd Ills cs
tnbllshtiicnt will bo a model.
He hits lost none of his enthusiasm
over Honolulu nnd. itlthollnh he did hot
say jo, lids been putting Irt some cood
promotion licks for the city, ho calls
homo Ih Winter. Newspapers of tho
Coast And elsewhere bear witness to
the fne't that he has found Honolulu's
attractions many and has Spread the
ROADWORK IS CUT
(Continued rrom rage 1
up that cn"Hsfor immediate attention,
tho Supervisors by resolution will
draw from this $30,000 fund to meet
The, country districts nro expected
to .bo benefited by the loan fund com
mission's appropriation, and hence tho
As In previous sessions, tho bonrd
wns divided when It enma to, tho
question of city nnd country districts.
Supervisor Ixiw for a while threat
ened lo block proceedings, objecting
to' cutting down tho appropriation for
the country districts, pwlght wns
nlsp rather against it. Ilut Supervis
ors. Murray, Krugcr, Amnnn nnd Mc
Clellan went Into tho special meeting
Sunday morning, with their minds
mndo up to economize In tho country
districts nnd put through the Hotel
street widening, tho Pearl Harbor
road nnd other Improvements Imper
atively demanded by,thc;,bu8lness In
terests, of tho whole,' island, and It
,Among other fenturcs of tho now
appropriation bill is n storm sewer
for Alexander Btrcct and two new-
wagons and drivers for tho gnrbago
department, both of which fall Into
tho class of sanitary measures.
Tho Incrcnso 111 the pdllco depart
ment allows thirteen rrioro men six
mounted policemen, four sneclnln. nnd
three foot patrolmen,
Six hundred rnoro lights wilt bo In
stalled by the Increase In tho lighting
'Thp.-llleyf-MittlnBMhe road de
partment on a maintenance basis and
of economizing In tho country, dis
tricts, gives; Honolulu practically
doublo Its present maintenance nc
count and should result In getting, rid
of some of the chuck-holes and defec
tive Paving In busy Btrcots that liavo
dlsgraceji'tho city for Jong time.
Oilier Appropriations Now fixed.
The Supervisors accomplished much
business at tho Sunday morning moot
ing, and all Items now tlxcd are being
Incorporated in thq appropriation bill,
which will bo ready for first reading
at the' regular meeting to bo called
for Thtirsdny evening.
Among items decided on Sundav
morning wcroi ;SalaHcs fixed by law;
$3lfct0. Sovorai htlses In salaries nro
noted, namely Dciiuty City nnd Coun
ty Auditor Lloyd, Miss Arnold, city
arid county nurse, nnd Charles Costa,
superintendent of the gnrbngo depart
ment. Two fish and meat inspectors
lire given ten dollars additional salary
monthly, Tho firo department will get
$23,430 n Vcar, whllo tho band will
recclva $11,110 for n llko por'lod.
The cost tif Honolulu pollen depart
ment for the coming yenr has been
figured tit $50,670. This includes thir
teen additional men to the depart
ment... .' , , , ,
How Itoud Monies Mill He Expended.
Tho Supervisors hnvo completed ap
portioning tho road monies for tho
year, Tho monthly allowanco bolng
us follows;. Honolulu, ,$$ftO0; F.wu,
$1700; Wulahuc, $400; Waluiua, $800;
Koolauloilto! Koolalipoko, $550,
ahd' Wnlmanalo, )Su0. tho total for
tho montji bolng $ll!,G75.
Hoeitl tne Floral Parade add tielp
IWw't HoHelnlir. ,
BUT COULD GET ALONQ
Must" HAve gAraoIe or
v i CARRIAGE HOUSE .
RENT AND CARE OF
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Bishop trust Co., Lid,
924 BETHEL STREET
IHSHS A KIIHMl
Tho Chlneso dealers In meat nnd llsh
AH'o were llrrstcd three weeks ngnifur
violation of tlio rood-screening ordi
nance, were tried In potlco court this
iiiorhlnc mill discharged. They were
represented by A, S. Humphreys, who
demurred lo tho wording of tho com-
plaint, alleging among other reasons y
that the ordlnnnce is unconstitutional
and void In that tho nrt creating Iho
city nnd county of Honolulu contains
nn express grunt to tho mayair and
Hoard of Suilcrvlsors to enact tho or
Thoe nrrested under tho charge wero
C. Q. Yeo Hop, Ah Kill, Tom Young,
Kum Young, Hlng Wo, Hun Hop, Hop
Ke. I-c Chock, .Tin Fan You and
Cliong Choc Yuen.
This mnrnhtg tlio enso against Hop '
Kee was called for trial. The prose
cution', represents by Attorney llrown,
admitted that the wording In all coin
lilnlnts. was practically tho same.
The liriispctitlon put on tho stand
Fish Inspector James II. lloyd. 1!
stated that he had repeatedly advised
the defendants lo comply with thorcg.
utallnlis regarding the ue of screens. '
At the suggest Ton of counsel, Jndgo
Monsnrrat vhlteil the premises nt tho
IIMinnlrket. Iteturnlng to the court, hn
decided that Iho euso I1111I not been
mndp oiit lo the satisfaction of tlio
court, mid lie therefore discharged tho
Shortly before noon today, other war- .y
riilitk wcVo Issued for tho arrest of thu fj
Manuel 8011x11 nnd Oeorgo Konloha
pauole", charged Willi nssatlltlng Alt
Cheong, wero fined ten nnd eleven do)
lars respectively. The defendants wcro
drunk at tiio tlnio of tho nssnult.
Tho Japanese gamesters iirrestcd liy
Chief MrDuflln nnd his men nt. Jtlolll
III forfeited their ball money. A bench
wnrriit for Iho arrest of it. Nomura.
Japanese, wns Issued by tlio court.
A rvcr gazetteer, (ho, find over
published of tho Islands, Is contem
plated by Wnlcr Chief W. F. Mnr
Un of'th6 wnlcr research hranrh uf
tho geological survoy department.
According to Iho rciorts that ado
sent lit to. him from his nsrlstants miv-'
the nthcr Islands thcro nro numbers
of streams that liavo novor boon plac
ed n Iho map nnd which In sonic In
stances liavo nover oven been named.
All llieso will 'bo Incl'ildod nti'd ho
thinks that tho work should bo .1
vulunhk 0110 fur reference.
In all probability ho will work In
with tlio commltteo to bo appointed
byj tho Governor In connection with
Iho naming of Hnwnllan places m
which, will mako Its report to tho geo
graphical board from tlmo tu tlmu.
DICKEY "TOLD IT
(Continued from Pago 1)
ington on tho pier and hiuko tho
news' to hlra.
It is. of interest tn unto that Judge
S. M. Itallou, who as n member of'
Hid supremo court of tho territory
wrote Iho decision In favor of Mrs.
Atcllorloy from which lowers &
Cooko appealed, was In tlio comt
room nlid henrd Iho arguments fur an
against reversing his own decision
Ho now represents tho planters' asso
ciation In Washington,
"Hawaiian courts tiro strengthen
ed by this decision," said Mr. Dickey
this morning. "Tho verdict or tho "t
highest tribunal, In tho bind uphnld3
What tho Hawaiian court lias ruled."
Ho has hoard nono or Iho details
of thoirulliig. '
Likely It's a pretty good watch,
too but 'you, eurely aren't going
to, expect It to run a lifetime
That'a unreasonable and you'll
find it ooetly, too,
Becauae no watch' can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've, a repair department hero
waiting to give you, je best
possible service In keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand It In and let us take a look
at It,, anyway.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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