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EVBNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, DEC-29, 1911.
DAILY 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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
"Wallace R. Fakrinuton, - Editor
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t A (rite friend l iilvuijs u.ifil: lull
we diitulil brvviire nf thinking of our
frlincN is brother iiumbtri of n
mutual bcuellt usHfirliitton, with Its
rrlidlul tit iii.inili iiihI (limits of ms.
Innsliin for noiipii) nit lit of duo. II.
When In doubt, register.
cheers for tllQ lllt.ll of tltu
M.iun.i 1m In ci upUiiii must lie In
celebration of ttio opening of Pearl
Every length of nun sevvci laid In
lip iitltlltttuinl guarantee of a new Ho
'nolulii tlut la B.ifo ami sanitary.
Inter-lHland excursions nro trips dp
luxe whin two kiicIi steamers ax the
Manila Ken and Kllauca nro available
Aflci tltQ mono Is niiroirl.itcil tlto
prcat point In tbo mind of Iho tn
p.i)er la whether the tit) Is wining
full valno In return
Alfred Carter dcvotul all bin time
to business while on tbo mainland.
Tbat doesn't mean that bo no longer
has a lively interest In public affairs
Sanitation Is tbo great problem of
the bottr at the closing of tbo old jenr.
Sanitation should be tbo watchword
for tbo great accomplishments of tbo
If tbo cheers were not heard on the
Dtreet us tljc men of tlto I lect passed
by, It is certain lots of tho people felt
that way Inside but wcro too full for
Hank statements tbat will bo made
public tho first of the year will be
clinching proof of Honolulu's record
breaking prosperity for 191. Hut
that's only n hturtcr for 4 '.'12.
(iho tbo dogs a fair ileal, but tlon't
gito tho inalihinl dogs an advantage
over the kamaalnn dogs And plcaso
do not call an extra session of tho
legislature to decide 'the question.
Isn"t tbo beginning of tbo glad new
jear n good tlmo for some of tbo
wealthy alumni of I'uiiabou to mako
up n purse of $3(10,000 and pri-Bcnt It
to tbo Institution for tbo much-needed
Within three years tho Firth Dis
trict mny not bo Ilcpubllcun but it will
bo utterly clntigcd In voting char
acter It will bo a nest of novvcom
ets who know what they want when
'they want it.
'I hut road to Puuloii should bo
ready fpr (Iio uso pf t4io men engaged
In tho construction of tho new per
manent buildings at the naval station.
, Tho Federal government Is rushing
-things, why should not tho municipal-
111 do tho same.
Tbo city health otllcor of Portland,
Oregon, Is quoted In a newspaper of
Hint city as saying "thero is much
smallpox In tho city." Hut you don't
hear anything of Portlnnd, Oregon,
being marked off tbo list of west
bound sight seers.
Strango Isn't It, (hut a steamship
loud of European Immigrants can't bo
landed In Hawaii without attracting
more attention and perhaps causing
Inspector Dick Did you dlsiovor
uny Irrt'gulailllos In tho City Hall?
Inspector Sharp Yes; four of the
7 ciiiplojies who at work.
Nell Mr, riuximm Is iiiniHimlly
ff, Hell -I rlumlil mi ru Win. h"
VVOlllllll't Inllllll lit II John llllll'VI II HUH
somebody cluus vxpunsu,
VVIIIIKI.Y UUL.L.U1 IN
Ifl Itintot ,Au
rcrVcai.anpiiKieiaUb " i.ik
Prt Tot inywhn. n Canada,, I. Ho
Pet Vr.r txiaipald. loitien 3.nt
earned at lb Puatoftct at llonoiahi
M accoudlasf raatcx.
.DECEMBER 29, ,1911
njtiro rojibo pf niio kfud and another
titan till I ho arriving passengers ftoni
all other directions for n full twelve
That was a splendid shqvvjng pf
naval forces parading In tho streets
tlis morning. Wltji plcity Of ships
and such men, there Is no occasion
for nil one In this section of tho
uoritl to lo iiunkp njglits wondering
whether tho country can take caro of
Itself In time of trouble.
Kpep tho trained sanitary Inspect
ors on tbo Job if possible. Honolulu
is in no position to allow a let-up on
tbo rigid watchfulness over nil por
tions of tho town. Itcmrmhcr that wo
once had a clean-up day and n few
months later a real cleaning that
brought forth about double the quan
tity of disc iso and mosqulto-biccdlng
SALUTE THE FLAG.
Now that Honolulu Is becoming a
military town It will have to learn
soma of tho marks of respect that
should be show a the Flug. The per
centage of "lints off to tho Flag" us
tho national banner was borno through
tho streets this morning, was lament
ably small. A stranger iewing tho
parade would hardly Judge from ap
pearances that tbo peoplo wcro
pleased with tbo coming of tho army
anil the nnvy to Honolulu Wo are
not a demonstrative people, but wo
should ccrtalnl j respectful and
rcvprcntlal, when It tonics o the
DR. SUN'S MONUMENTAL TASK.
Formal announcement tbat Dr. Sun
has been elected President of tho new
Chlntso republic Immediately gives
rlso to tbo mental query, whether Dr.
Sun realizes tho tremendous tusk that
Is beforo hint.
As u revolutionist, an agitator, a
worker to nrotiso tbo peoplo agttlnst
tbo corruption and incapacity of the
old government, Dr. Sun has proved a
great success. Tho great problem of
tho present Is whether ho can bring
together all these aroused nnd ugltat
ed sections, unlto them and wold them
nil into an effect Ivo forco for honest
government and tbo preservation of
tho Chlniso nation.
No man of modern times has ever
undertaken what seems a moro lin-
jiosslble struggle than Dr. Sun.
Citizens of u republic who have
some knowledge of Chinese condl
tlons, aro among tho first to feci a
iloubt that China can bo made a re
public In fuct pver night. Tho name
may be there, but it seems Impossible
that tho form or tho namo pf tho gov
ernment can accomplish anything
moro than a continued government of
the peoplo by n now set of officers
Tio rtjlo must for many years be an
oligarchy. Government of, by and for
the peoplo In tho Lincoln-American
sense Is Impossible.
No one will question however that
tho establishment that Dr. Sun und
his followers will set up, If so bo they
are enabled (o carry their present
plnns to fulfillment, will be a great
boon to the Chincso people.
Tho new government will bo pro
gresslo rather than contented and
corrupt. Chinese of education, un
doubted patriotism, nnd wide expert-
onco In dealing with tho
Uner Darling, I urn tho solo heir of
u rlcji unrjo. All tills wealth I lay at
yoiil feet. Will you marry mo;
'iho (lirl No, Aithlo. Hut lull your
undo I'll tonslder hiicIi or u pro
posal f i tun III in.
I'cdesliliin i') I Vim Just missed
urn b mi linli
(!hnulTiirlh patient, I'm rnuiliiK
modern nations, will be In control of
tho situation. Their efforts will bo
nlwavs to rnlso China from Its de
gradation, not force It deeper Into tho
nil re ns tho Mancbus have done.
Of ono thing only mny wo bo cer
tain. Tho comparatively small clrclo
o( enlightened and progressive men
who arc associated with Dr. Sun will
have the sympathy and praverful sup
port of tho progressive peoplo of nil
the civ Hired nations of tho world t
Is also more than possible that tho
Influence of the United Stales will bo
thrown with tho orgnnliers of China's
government who nro nblo to at onco
uplift tho people and preserve tho In
tegrity of tho nation.
New Year's Dny will not bo a holl
div fur tbo Clovcrnnr Instead be will
have Ids "busy dai" sign cleaned up
and huiiR outside In the bull Front
carl In tbo morning until bite nt
night be will lie either receiving visit
ors or will lie attending functions nt
which bo Is to bo the honored guest.
Starting off In tbo morning, the ml
mlrals of the licet with their staffs aro
to call nt hulf-paKt nine o'clock. Tbo
(Inventor li to receive them In tbo
throne room, and after tbo ceremonies
nro over will leave nnd go down to
the Vist Virginia.
Hern ho will be clilirtnlncil by tjio
wardroom ulllcers, who aro acting us
bests during the morning and have tbo
(iovcrnor i the list as tho honored
At half-past ono o'clock Admiral
Oovvlcs ami his Matt will cull at tho
Capitol mid will also be received by
tho (iovirnor In tbo throne room 1 pi
lowing thtlr visit tomes one frotnacii
iral Mncoinlj mid a start comprised of
utlleirs from tio various posts. This
Is booked for 2 o'clock.
Tbo Governor then kuves for tho
vvuUrfnmt agiln, wbcro hi will for
the si i mill tlmo In tho morning bo nil
bnnorril guest, but this time on board
In between these receptions and vis
Its tbo (Iovirnor has half u dozen othi
rr places to call, finishing up with tlQ
iianto at lllgnt.
CHRIST CHURCH (New Zealand)
December 15. Captain Robert Bcott'a
exploring ship Terra Nova silled to
lay fpr tho Antarctic. Sho Is going
to brink back Captain Scott, who Is
seeking tho South Pole, Lieutenant
Pciinell, who was In command of tho
Terra Nova when sho returned to
New Zealand last June, s-ild Captain
Fcott was to take a roulo different
lrom that nf AmuniUcn, vvio was go
ing by wny pf tho nenrdmoro glacier;
Although Cobb, Schiilto and others of
. . . .
llko utllbcr have nil received recogni
tion from tbo different cities whom
they nhiy tbo national game, Christy
Amnion win mis never rcccivcii any
thing from New Yorkers In the form of
,Fji . r
Tho Italian losses In the battle nt
Fort Mesrl were 120, iniludlng 1C men
Tbo rnjul Jewels, of England have
been rocaalOBicil q,nd photographed
Prepared milk, no matter
of how high a standard,
la not equal in food value
to fresh milk that la rich
tytllk uteri In Honolulu can
obtain pure and very rich
fresh milk by ordering
A MAGNIFICENT VIEW
A njifdern (fivejroom bungalow p with
splendid view pi eea and mounfalne,
only 'a abort diatane'e .from r town,' le
offered for sale
Land constats of
20,000 square feet.
BUT COULD GET ALONQ
MU.BT HAVE GARAGE OR
RENT AND CARE OF
Bishop trust to., Ud.
924 BETH El STREET
J I 1 Jil.t' J "l.'f.. I
CAIHtV A NEW YHAR'H aRUET
INO TO YOUR IcniENDS AT 8UA
AND ON Till; OTHER ISLANDS
HAS ANYONE SEEN
HENRY SMITH'S TENANT?
Chief Clerk Henry 8mlth of tho cir
cuit court Is looking for a man who
owes him half a month's rent and fron
what ho can gather tho search will bo
a long ono for mo aoscnico icnnant
Is now supposed to bo on tho Sierra
ami racing towards San Francisco.
I. II. Nccdham, a carpenter, rented
a place from Smith a llttlo whllo ago
nnd this morning somo ono camo Into
tho circuit, court and nnked Smith It
ho had seen him. Nccdham was re
pairing an automobile for Smith's in
formant and part of this Is missing,!
It is hellvcd that thero nro others'
who would also like tu locate Mr.'
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Pro.ptet 8t ....1210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 136000 "
Building, lot Kalmukl 7M.&0
Modern bungalow Collage Hills S0O0.OO
Houis and ot Katakaua Ave.. 2000.00
Furnlahed houaa-JS months frpm , ,
. qectmber 1, W ..., WOO
Unfurnished houie Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Aveniia ,,,,,, ,,,, 3000
two lots with over
EXPRESS JMDNE.Y OjrVpER,S
TJicro Is no more convenient
pr ccQijomJcal way fo remjt
money or to pay nccoujits,
bill's, 'ilu.es, osifCSBinerjfs, sub
scriptions, etc, tlpin by
WELLS FARGO .CO.'S.
.. . vE5RnE.8iWONEX.9RPER,8
With tho end of the year In Bight
scgar stocks are going up,, up anc
Hill up, this morning witnessing both
irlsk sales and buoyant prices, It is
apparent that tho gencial situation Is
cuch that tho Investors nro facing the
new year with alt kinds of confl-
t'oii'-e, In strong contrast to tho dull
less, apathy and uneasiness of a few
The extra dividend announcement)
on tho part of Oahu and Pioneer Mill
jestcrday woro enough to BtJmitlalq
sales, but other factors were also pre
sent. Hawaiian Commercial boomed
with the well-founded report that tho
balance of the sum duo on the par
valuo of tho stock Is to be paid up
and that the annual meeting of tho
company in San Francisco next March
will seo action toward still furthct,
strengthening tho financial position of
This stock Is strong nt H1.C2V4 to
day, a number of sales at this point
Wninlun's rlne to 12b seems perman
ent, other transactions at evens bo
tug made between boards, and on the,
hoard this morning two transfers nt,
i.o uu toon piace.
Them's one good tiling about poli
tics ynti can got aut of it.
NPW j- TO-DAY
IN .THK 'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AKP C00NT.Y OF HONOLULU.
Tin TKuniTpny of havah. iy
Marsfnn CqmplJc)l, upcrlntcpient
of,Puldlc Wors. I'Jalntljt nnil rejl
tloner, v 18AIJEM.A H. 'jVOODSi
I'ALMEIl PAnfiER ypoU8 and
MOI.UE WOQDS, IJ vvffcj lAnY
AJJCC KI.tjr.TT and P. W. P.
.lJI.UETT, hpr husbanjli JAMK8
FRANK WpQP8,nnd EVA WOqD8,
hbi wfoi SAtUBI PAR,KpR
wqod and nos'n VpOD8, his
wife: MAHEI. ROHERTSON Ii'eCK
I.IJV a;id HE.N.RY IECLnY. )ier
busbandi MAUD WqODfl; LUUr
Wp0P8: L W. SINaLE,.KRNE8T
'Om;iOtf8E and M.EN W. T.
UpTTOJHfKY, trustees under tho
Wl of Janjcs W"?''. qeecaseu;
WjHALA RA,CI COMPANY, MM
lEJji, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllcq at Puuhuc,
phtrlct of Kobnla, Ifllamd nni) Ter
ritory of Ifivwall; JOHN DOl MARY
DO!! nid fflCHARD IJOE, pn know 11
owners an clahnants, Defendants
and ltesponjicnti. ,
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO T1IR lIOH 8IIERIFF of tio
Territory of Jfavvall, or his Dcp-
Y'OU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon I8AUELI.A II. WOOD8; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOLLIE
WOODS, his wife: MARY ALICE
UI.UETT and P. W,.P. J1I.UCTT. her
husband: JAMICH FRANK WOODS
qud EVA.WOODH, his .wife: SAMUEL
PARKER WOQD8 nnd ROSE WOODS,
111 wife; MAI1UL ROI1ERTSON
11ECKLEY und HENRY 1IECKLEY.
her husband! ItAUP WOODS LUCY
woods: n. w. siiiniilu. j:rnest
WODEH.OU8E anil ALLEN W. T.
HOTTOMLUY, Trustees under tho Will
of Jntnci Wight, deceased; .KOIIAIA.
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED,
Hawaiian Corporation having IU prin
cipal olllco ut Puuhuc. District, of Ko
lialu, Island unit Territory nf Hawaii
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners anil claim
ants, defendants. In case they shall Ilia
Written answer within tvvcntv ilajs after
service hereof to be and appear beforo
tbo said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending Immediately after tbo
expiration of twenty das after scr
vice hereof: provided, however, If no
term bo pending M such time, then to
bo nnd appear tieforo the paid (Jlr
cult Court at tbo next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, tho January 1012 Term
thereof,' to tie holdcn nt the City and
County of Honolulu, on Mondny,thq
eighth day of January next, at ,10
o'clock n. hi, to show causa why Judg
ment of condemnation of tbo lauds do-,
scribed In the petition herein nnd for
such other relief demanded in tbo pe
tition Hboubl not bo awarded to tin)
Territory of Hawaii, pursuapt to thfl
tenor of Us nnncxed petition.
And hno you then there this Writ
with (ul return of ipur proccptljns
'WITNIJSS tjo Honorpblo PrpsldlnK
Jildgo of tjio Circuit Cotjrt pf tho First
Clrpujt, at lfonoljiii i foresaid, this Uth
iay or reiruary, litl.
(Sgd ) J. A. THOMPSON,
(8cn,l) " ' clerk.
u Hie Reg 3. pp. 239. circuit
Court, First Crcp( Territory of Ha
waii. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Murston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Petitioner,
vs. Isabella. If. Woods ct nl , Defend
ants und Respondents Petition. Filed
hind Issued February 11, 1011, nt 10: 06
a, m J. A. Thompson, Ckrk. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. in, April 13, 191)
Robert Parker, Jr. Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Tcrrlory of Hawaii, )
City apd County of ) ss.
A h J.'qP'l''h Cfrk of (lie Clrcut
Have the filme of the picture!
you took jit 9hritm dpveloped
9m Supply to.,
.1912 Art Calendars .
PORT, NEAR. HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PAfliriO RICTURR FRAMINO CU
V Haiti Blrett
llotiso qnd Ut, Poantt 1.660
House nnd Lot, Puloma 2,0"
House and Lot, Palama 1,200
House nnd Lot, A"1"'" T!'l" W
llusliicfts Property, Queen nnd !
Alakea ?. 15.000
Ilulldlng Lots, Kaseball Tract,
Klnau Street nnd Matlock
Ilulldlng Lot, lUrctunla Btrcot.. 35,000
Guardian Trust Co., Ud.
Second TIppr, Judd Bulldjnp
eyfWrWPP 1 11 1 II I 'Ml II IJ-J 1
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing to be a full, true und correct
cony of the original summons In tho
ense ofTerritory of Hawaii by Mur
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
tic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
nl . as the mime remains of record and
on tile In the olllco of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and nltlxed tho
seal of said Court this 31st day of
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
Ccrk, Circuit Court of tho First Ju
dical Clrcplt, Territory nf fnwul.
Alexander I.lndxay, Jr, Attorney
pcpcral, nnd Arthur O Sm)h, peputy
Attorpey General, for the Petitioner.
TIITAKH At THIN
Tli ere is (o bo it ;ncctlng pf (he Hoard
of Agriculture and Forestry nt 2
p'clpck tils iftcrinon at (ho expert
ment station Several liiportatt in li
ters are tp equip cforp, io pieinliers
lll.connectjon wlUi tbo llgfit that s be
ing waged agulmit Ipscct apd other
Ono pf tjio main Items up for dis
cussion Is the regulation (or dealing
with tljp linportutlon of docs into tho
T)errltory. TI1L1 tvas K;iroio.icd some
lttlc (lipp jigo, and a meeting was call-,
cd to wlilcl) (bo pubjlc was Invited,
but no pnp showed up. Slpco then
spheral letters have been written ob
Jeplne, and the. Ilrst rrgulatlons have
plso been modllled u. Ilttc. This aft
ernoon tho niattcr will bo thorput'lily
tljrpshcd out and tho regulation duly
passed by tbo board or thrown out, us
tho cuso 'may be.
Another sc( pf regulations to coma
beforo tho members Is that dealing
vvltji scalo Insects. This mutter was
brought up beforo tho board sometime
ago and a set was proposed, met with
tfio approval of tjio board unci was sent
to tho fjovernor fpr lib upprpvul. Ha
undo 11 few slight alterations In tb
regulations und rethrncd tjieni to tho
members, who will act on tho revised
rules this. ijftrioon.
, II. A. Wclnliind, tlo inan sent down
,iy Callfornlu 'to help with tbo Medi
terranean frfilt fly ti;lit, Is pxpected to
bo present at tho iijeetlng und will
give tho ofllclal messago of the Call
fprnlan department to this ono iero.
V'enland has seen all tho heads of
tio ileiHirtment, but so far bus not met
the incinbcrs In nn ollklal capacity.
Tho whom matter li conneptlon with
tjie fight that Is being waged against
the fly will bq thoroughly thrnsbed out
Rrsldcs this thero is also n (1st of
mnalcr matters to bo brought up and
which will bo in most cases disposed
nf llls nfurnoon
Likely It's pretty good watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to Mp'sc it tp rMIl lifetime
Tpt'a u,n,reaionable and you'll
find It coitly, too.
Because no wa,teh, can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a rRlr. department here
waiting to give you the beat
posajblo jervlce in keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand It In and let ui take a look
at It, anyway,