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HONOLULU, T. .SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1011.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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Wallace R. Fariunuton, - Editor
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The e;olden moments in tho slicam of life nm, past us, and
we seo nothing but sand; tho ;ingcls come to visit us and wo
only know them when they ai e anno, -George Eliot,
GRAND OLD YEAR FOR HAWAII
The year just closed has been one of realization for the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii; in many instances far beyond the fondest
expectations of, pur most optimistic forecasters.
Prosperity has been showered on the islands and its peo
ple from every band. We have had record-breaking crops,
sold at record-brcakiiKj prices. Our sugar has yielded most
bountifully. The pineapple industry has incresed many fold
and is now numbered among the foremost of our established
industries. One of the best assets of the expansion in pine
apple production is tho proof bf success in a diversification
of crops. It is an inspiration to branch out into new fields
' and thus make every acre of giound count for a more stable
The good times in tlicsii chief fields of industrial activity arc
. naturally reflected in every line of business. The banks, the
best baroiveters of community welfare, have the largest de
posits ever carried, and what is more to the point, the largest
number of depositors. The money is distributed throughout
the whole community.
But the realization has been even more notableiin.the ac
complishments under thc,gencral heading. of Federal cjovcryif
ment work. '
For years and years the people of Hawaii have been talk
ing of what the Federal Government should do. During '1911
there, has been less talk. TJe work, has been going on.- The
guarantees of the Federal establishment arc set 'up dncl the
details in process of completion.
Pearl Harbor channel' is open and it will never be closed to
navigation. That great harbor in brought into its proper
sphere of usefulness. The naval station is in process of rapid
completion. The forts for the military defenses are well. be
gun., The forward movement in the defense of these islands
asa great American outpost is in full swing.
But the necessities of war arc by no means the sole sub
ject to which the Fedorafgovernmcnt has turned its atten
tion. The construction of the Hilo breakwater is no longer in
doubt nor the assurance of a large and safe harbor uncer
tain. Kahului harbor improvements are under way, thus re
moving any doubt of a safe port for the island of Maui. And
Kauai is by no means forgotten.
' So in every line of endeavor Hawaii is being built up and
i strengthened. It has more people. Its population is more
! stable. More families arc making their homes here. The
community spirit is more and more in evidence. There is
more fusion and cqhosjon of progressive forces that make
for the upbuilding of a grca town and a great Territory. '
! , In'all of this progress and prosperity the Bulletin has
hecman active factor and a grateful participant. TIvj year
" 1911 has been a record-breaker in the history of this journal
I both' in the amount of new business and the improvement of
',. its equipment to handlc'tho' increasing demands of a grow
ing town . This prosperity the B u 1 1 e t i n has shared with
its patrons in the improvement of service and additional
value that is given both the subscriber and the advertiser.
Every citizen and resident of Hawaii should be deeply and
sincerely grateful to the Giver of all good gifts for the mani
foldjjlcssincjs that have fallen to our lot.
Lot us remember that as we have been favored, our re
, sponsibility to do well our part increases. Forward is the
word these days. Forward for a stronger Americanism and
.1 a better Hawaii.
Hood-bye Nineteen Klcvotl. You'
been .'.a wonder hut we oxpert'NttV
wTwelvo lo bo better
"You've, In-tin making speecheH all
through tho com licit." Bald thu po-
hJiucai iiiaiuiKei, no uu iiuik-m iin
,m:.n .? j.. ... . it
a , ... . .
"Yes, answered the spellbinder;
Aiiiytrnlro has bocimio ctilto husky."
V t'Thero Ik ono thing belonging to the
fcjjieople which grafting iiIIIcIuIh In pow
der never want to lax."
'.S'liild not think thuto was anything.
.i-iutlVtiiut is U7 "
."Tjhalrwnamnry, M . v v -
Entered at the foMottict i Ilonoivln
w BCTTiiu-rm miurr
DECEMBER 30, 1911
lot dogs delight In bark and hilo,
fiVMlif llielr riiiliirn In. Hut IctViuit
get Into a war over "hydryphoby."
I'hyHlcian llavo you any aches or
pallia tills morning?
1'atlent Yes, doctor. It hurts mo
to breathe. In fart, thn only troiihlo ,
now seems In lin with my breath.
Physician All right. I'll glvo you
something that will soon stop that.
"It's tho llrst 1 1 000 that's hard In
gel," explained the eminent million
"I know that." responded the moro
man. "I've been trying to accumulate
iUa& U10-W fpr.'y-.KHfft".. -,. . ...
It xroms nlmost a sln lo nsk for 'it
botcr your tlmli Nineteen Klcvcn.
I'Yir n man who 1ms retired Mr. Car
negie seems to gather up consider-
able iitleiitlnu from tlio public.
Morgan Sinister Is surely In lino
fur honorable mention In connection
wllli tliu standpatters of America.
If the country would only select ItR
lawmakers as carefully as It .does llo
Jurorit, what a change there might be.
This lias been a record year for
Migar and other export commodities
for Hawaii and Hawaii looks the part.
It Ik perhaps well that they bavo
settled It over In China. The persist
ent tottering of the tbrotio was get
ting to be u habit.
It seems too bad that so many of
our good citizens have to go away to
engage In tho solicitation of Immi
grants for other 'countries. We need
people here more than they do In
I-ot's make up our minds lo make
certain that during the next year Ho
nolulu shall be made n thoroughly san
itary town. The year Just closing lias
brought us two tcry serious remind
ers of Hie need for It.
To learn what the probable fate of
a tree will bo, we must look outside It:
then, If c may,' wo must look Inside
It lii ascertain Itri already attained age.
Curiously enough, II Is exactly Hfoxnirie
proems that we apply to the earth
except that It Is not rings of growth
which tell the story there, but beat
writes I'crclval I-owell. the Harvard
astronomer. In Youths Companion.
Heat, indeed, li the key to the wholo
problem. Volcanoes showed early man
that the earth must be very hot with
in. I .a I or lie found that no matter
where he dug, Hie ground grew warmer
as be descended below tho surface.
Off tho coast of Cnmwell, in England,
Is a tin mine, supposed to have been
wi.ikcd as long ago. as(the time of tho
TtoMa'nr.jj'A jicrsnji'Wsc.ndltig deep
uip iN'(iunn.ci cjiiiiieeipviiu ins oaiiii
the startling warmth of tbu rnek, while
at the same lime lie hoars tho Jmotn
of the ocean overhead. It gives you a
striking perception of the real nature
Iif ,tln. .'nr!Hin Vvlili'h wo ilivnll nf Its
nehtcd heart and Its chill covering of
This Increase of heal the lower you
go Is fairly regutar, amounting to ono
degree of our thermometer f)r every
hundred feet of drop. Thotcmpcm
ture. In fart. Increases mi flint that nt
a relative depth no greater tlinn that
represented by the tiilckness of tho
Hud of an orange the heat would lie
great enough to fuse any substance wc
know. Tills heat would Increase In In
tensity as It approaches the center of
Not only lo mines and volcanoes
show ns that tho core of tho earth Is
Intensely hot, but since the heat dn
creases from center to surface, thero
must lie a (low of heat outward. In
other words, our earth Is slowly cool
ing off. Now since oar heat Is leaving
us, the earth must have been hotter
once upon a time than It Is now. So
we find ourselves face to face with the
query : How did tbls.heat get In?
Here every-day experience will put
us on tho track ir an oxnhmatloii.
Tho caro ' exercised in
maintaining absolute clean
liness in every dairy con
tributing to this Associa
tion and the perfoct health
of all cows, together with
ther' electric purifying pro
cess,assures the Associa
tion's customers a per
fectly healthy milk.
A "MAGNIFICENT VIEW
l A modern five'room bungalow with
, '' splendid view of tea and mountain!,'
' 'ii.6nly a short distance from town, la
" 'offered for sale ...
"' jni!'. .
f.; i.iti . .r
ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS
Land consists of
20,000 square feet.
BUT COULD GET ALONG
MUST HAVE OARAGE OR
RENT AND CARE OF
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETH El STREET
CARRY A nkw yAaivs C1RKBT
ino To your rmYcNDS at ska
AND ON THE OTllER ISLANDS
When ono Jmdy. strikes unother, boll)
become heated, livers tyby knows that
an anvil hit by it sJeiUseihaminer grows
hot. ludeedi so. universally true Is this
principle Unit the.aiiiount of heat can
always be calculated from tho forco of
tho concussion. In this manner It has
lieen round mat all mo neat our cnrtiij
now possesses rnuhl have originated
with the falling together of a onco scat
tered muss of material.
Furthermore, that Is tho only way
In which the heat could have been uc-
quired. ."or were It duo to tho sun, thej
earth would be wanner on tho outside
than within which Is. not tho case. Nor
could It bo duo to what-Is so popular I
a supposition Just now the breaking
iip'of radium. . I
Tho present Internal beat of tho earth
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect 8t $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350.00
' Building lot Kalmukl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 2000.00 "'
Furnished house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $60.00
Unfurnished house -Manoa Val
Young Street 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue 20.00
two lots with over
Framed at '
EXPRES8 MONEY ORDERS
Thero Is no more, convenient,
or economical way to remlL
money or to pay accounts,
bills, dues, assessments, sub
scriptions, etc., than by
WELL8 FARGO 4. CO.'S
EXPRES8 MONEY ORDERS
thus Informs us that tills planet was
not always the body which wo know
today. In the distant past It was a
mass of scattered material, which has
'since condensed Into tho globe of the
HOW TO DO IT.
There was n tunn In our towii ,
Wlio stole, n 'loaf of bread, --t
And on Hid street ",.," 'f )'
Ho stopped -to cat, j it ,
And lo! t'jioy got him ddail. 'rt
They found him guilty In it trlpo
And put him In a cell
SlxarcGt by four, '
With an 'iron door
And it cohi, 'damp floor' uh well,
And it 'window small
That scarco afiill f
Let In tho light
To cheer lils 'sight;
And nit tor meals,
Despite Ills squeals',
Thoy fed lilm slurf
Both old and tough.
And nuulo him woik
I.lko somo old Turk.
And by tho time they lot lilm go,
ilo'ir hatched a pretty scheme, oho!
great trust company ho formed
And got deposits quick;
And then he nipped
Tho cash and skipped,
Though lie was captured slick.
!'hcy Jailed him, but ho only, smiled.
For ho obtained a coll
Iliith big and bright,, N
With, lots of light
And n l'erslun rug as well;
And ovory day x
LAND BOARD DECIDES TO OPEN 1m
THREE BUILDING LOT SECTIONS
Approval of the opening of three sec
tions of building lots two on Onliu
and ono on Hawaii was given by the
IjiihI Jlonrd ut Its meeting this morn
ing, Appraisers are to bo appointed by
the Uovertior In each case and will
make 'their report as soon as possible.
The Mak'lki lots, to whlrli water
mains'' aro now being laid, opened up
tho discussion as to whether or not it
rVsYdrnco condition should be Imposed.
After considerable discussion It was
decided that all persons obtaining u
lot .must live there at least one year
nut of' the four covering tho payments,
before''' nny patent enn lie granted. This
it is thought will do away with people
buying the lots for purely speculative
In connection with tho lots near
Knkn Head, payments arc to bo made
Qvcr a period of four years. There
are several p'cfercnco rights In con
nection with these lots, but the others
will all be thrown open Just ns soon
They brought n tray
Chuck-full of food,
Hot, fresh and good;
Atw to make lilm laugh
Played tunc and song;"
Tho whole day long;'.'
And every night
Came actors bright
,Tj cheer Ills soul
, With .antics droll; .
.Tho Warden eamo
yheiV called by name;
Much kindly care
They gave" him tharn.
TJio dlrrcrcneoT'tt'nwy mnkti you'siiillc.
If you must steal, go stoil a pilot
Moving pictures will be taken nf
It, K. Honlnc, tho moving picture
niall, and Austin Jones, will mako the
rtp'cclti excursion trip In the volcano,
tui'rt, arrangements were mndo .thin
niilrnJng by the promotion committee
for thb moving pictures of tho natural
A'ondor. (Chalrninnf, ny.Hoogsjof
'the pjfomntiupcomirtlltnn; Kilil JloklaV
that tio films will be given wide cir
culation 'and' should lie Hptctioid1 ttiiir
? i i
Wltli-iun additions! itpprnprlatlnn of
about tlL'ol) a month ror tho police
department, ; Sheriff Marret'v Mi- now
leady ti 'npimlnt new itollccmon' on
tho force. It Is said that he will ap
point, at least' three root . police nox
.Monday nnd a' ftfw mounted and bicy
cle officers. They will begin to per
form their duty probably on Tuesday
Let a man talk of himself and ho
cares not If tho wholo world Btops
A woman thinks she has lived In
vnln If sho lias not siicccldcd In
making a fool of at least one man.
How Indignant It makes the
voincn of the neighborhood when ;i
man kicks about tho cost uf his
Tho tohgiio nf. it long hcmM mail
Is apt to hi) short;'' ' "-'
Yon .probably won't do anything
well If you don't want to do it,- - '
Any man can prova that ho Is
right from Ills 'own point .of view.
Our Idea of V man.- hater ,ls a
woman of 3D who never had ' pro
Have the films of the pictures
you took at Christmas developed
" Photo Supply Co..
1912 Art Calendars
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
IN COrLKY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotel Street
ns the appraisement Is made. The
liomctciidlng luts that lie at the back
or the building lots will not be thrown
open yet, the mnlter not coming before
,1110 board this morning.
) In connection with the lots nt Twenty-nine
Mllcy Hawaii, and which are
near tho'volcano, these are also to lie
thrown open .Just as soon ns tho ap
praisement Is mntlef If llo people havo
been asking for action on this matter
for some time now; and tha-board took
It up especially this morning.
The conditions with these lots, which
run about thren acres each, aro a lit
tle more stringent than usual. Pay
ments are to be mndo extending over
a period of four years, ns In the' other
canes, but there Is it clnuso stating
that before that tlmn expires a house '
valued at not less than ilOo-.must be
erected. Also, further, Hint not less
than forty trees must be planted
through tlic grounds. Twcn(y-flve
must be put In for each acre and may
bo either ornamental or fruit varieties.
Thev Standard 6'lt, Company's " biff
planl at luilel, which Is Just being
completed, Is to have Mill further ltd- -dltin'ns.
aceordlilg Jo ihili4 submitted
to tjioHiiiicjTlitendrnl, of public" work,.
A'HS.noo-gailon'bll "tank, the largest'
In tho Territory, Is to 'be erected. It
was stated at the public works depart
ment this morning, Three big tanks
have Just been completed by a special
force of men from the Coast.
. Tlie plans were before the superin
tendent this morning and show that
the tank Is- to be built on the ground
owned by the company. All tho latest
Improvements are shown and from tho
drawing on the plan it seems as
though the new tank will hold nearly
as much us the other three put to
gctler, U &
Approval of the superintendent had
to bo obtained before tho tank could
bo built, it's thero Is a provision .in thn, '
law .covcrlngthlM.. ,
en tral Union church Sunday
overling tho choir will sing from The
Messiah, a large irumhor of the best
arias and recitatives. Mrs. Riley Har
ris Allen will' .also 8lng. The public U
cordially invited. . ' ,
House and Lot, Pallium t 1.650
House and Lot, Palatini. ...-...'. 8,000
House and Lot, Palaina 1,800
House an J Lot, Asylum Road.. 8,(00
ltuslness Property, queen and ., .,.,
Alakca ....,..,., 15,000
lliilldlng Lots, Baseball Tract, ' '
Klnau Street and Matlock
Ilulldlug Lot, Ilcretanla Utrcet.. 35,000 ' , ,,
, ' M
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd, i
8econd Floor, Judd Building "
Likely it's a pretty good watoh,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect It to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll'
find it costly, too,
j Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
Itself out. .
We've a repair department here
waiting to give you the best
possible service In keeping your
Tlmeplcco running smoath and
Hand it in snd let us trkt a lok
at it, anyway.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.