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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1912.
K V E AT ! K C B U f ,1, ETIN
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found that, you have .found the heait of life, -James Buck
linm, A YEAR' opjtoaration.
Nineteen hundred and eleven was a year o( realization for
The new year, of nineteen hundred and twelve must be a
year of preparation.
'' This sounds like placing the cart before the horse. But
it is true that the realization of any great ambition means, to
the progressive individual or community, merely a prepara
tion for going forward to greater work and the fulfillment of
a broader destiny.
This is exactly the situation with Honolulu and with the
Territory of Hawaii at the opening of the new year. The ac
counts of the old year have been footed up and the balance is
on the right side. We arc elated and inspired by the achieve
ments of the year, the hopes that have been realized and the
improvement evidenced on every hand.
But this is only the signal to buckle down to the task with
greater energy and enthusiasm, and prepare for the greater
things to come, greater responsibilities thrust upon us by the
course of events.
We boast of being the hub of the Pacific. We shall have
cause for shame rather than boasting if the great weld
movements reach Honolulu to find it unprepared, waiting,
wrangling, marking time and apologizing for what it has not
Honolulu must prepare for a great influx of population arc!
of trade. It must prepare for the developed Pearl Harbor and
for the Panama Canal. These things arc coming: they are
at our very door. Honolulu has vastly more to do than sit
First and foremost Honolulu must make itself clean. This
is no place for the soldiers of the , United States if it is not
what is generally referred to as non-infectiblo territory. This
is no place to live if the traffic from the, Panama Canal and
Central America arrives here to find a new breeding nlace for
various forms of pestilence.
The task looks big. Whether we do it or not will determine
whether we have here a community made up of great men
and therefore certain to be listed in the great cities of the
country, or a little corner cross-roads made up of peanut pol
iticians. ' Our fellow countrymen will laugh at us if, after a year of
remarkable and unexpected prosperity, we turn to the com
munity and civic problems of preparation and say, "We can't
do it." "The job is too big for this little town."
If the men of wealth and its associated1 power sit on their
bags of gold and declare that "It is costing too much" they
will be equally responsible for the failures with the so-called
rabble who don't care for the cost so they get their hands in
Proper preparation for Honolulu includes a prompt re
sponse from everyone to the call of civic duty. Men who be
lieve the cost is too high must devote a larger share of their
time to public affairs. If they cannot accept office them
selves they should give some of their time to constructive
work, not to nagging criticism.
Our people must prepare for the future by insisting on the
highest standards of efficiency in public office. We must
have an alert body of citizens who will demand of the civil
servants a standard of discipline as exacting as the army.
We must prepare to get greater results in shorter space of
time than at any other period of our history.
Hawaii in the last year has "made money, hand over
fist." Its people will be utterly false to their duty and their
opportunity if this era of uncqualcd prosperity is not used
as a basis for a year of endeavor and achievement that will
find this city at the close of the next twelve months fully pre
pared ,and well on the way to being in fact the Model City of
? "Sow, boyn," queried tlio teacher,
"who cm toll mi' imMliliiK iihntil the.
i "Tliey iiiu liiliKiiitKi's thsit weie
Wiled hy Ih'Iiir Htmlietl tuo html," im
ftunifd tint hoy lit t ho foot of the class.
"Tho lesi we have, the cimlei ive
part with it," said tho Win) (ItiJ
"Ves, cHiecltilty our hair," leplled
' tlm Slniplu .MtiB
' Teacher "Chllili en, call tiny ilf ou
lr ia Mfcntat . ,.,.. .(-to 1
ret ei anjrwhctc Iti U h , . I.imi
Pet Yiar tvnywl re u Criiili I.Ki
Pri Veil iriiia 1 tmOftlt . ., 2.wi
Mnterfu M l.ie rmtotlir M Hfmntiiln
m tecmi -f la. matter
JANUARY 1, 1912
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iiamo mi animal that has no teith?"
I.lttln lluj "Yes, iiiii'anij I mil"
Tencliui "Well, what Is the iiiiue
of the animal?"
I.ltthi llo) ".My giaiidmii"
"Why mo you cijlng, my little
"All my brothels and slsteis am
having a hollihi) and I nlu't"
"And why not?'
"Hi muse I don't c" to bcIioo! yet."
(Continued tram Page 1)
lint Just think what n iltinih unread
jour paper tan innKo over jour IicIiik
Kitictl in lift Inn (IoIiik jour tint
Kn I Kiiiit)ai If I lietl the 1:111111'
fniilj this would have tu npiio.it uh n
riiminiiiilt ntlou from the rphlt world
i 'tunnel .lotn"t, adjutant pent nil or
the (Ititml. was n lirltlxh military nb
server, nml he nromptlv tacked n
Von" to the front of Lieutenant evil.
unci Co lie's mime nml piosentetl lilm
to the (termnnj nini Mnjor Moore,
of the meilhiil eorpi flume Prance nit
the recipient of the liinlnnhlo Infor
matron whli h he colli i teil. We fotn
iniiile n' Iiiiik ik tour hj motor, nml
hi tt Mrnmhlftl to the ton of thk.
Hill the vomit: imiiiiitiilti that cairh-H
i lie t H I.iiKlmer.' ranee mnik, In
nn effort to pick up the lilacs as t!ie
lift tump nml transfer the Intelll
me to the lleil lonunnmlei. Pinal
l wv spotted them, hut nut until they
hail left Camp Conies full) half n
mile helilnd Ami haul t uoiigh the
loluuin una to make out nt tippioU
mn(il !'. miles The kluiklihiil ma-
i lilt looked like n blown hedge, unci
It wiih not until wo saw n mounted
olllier that we were certain of their
Ami now for the action Itself wlihh
the three foielKit observes mid the
II tl 1 1 e t I n war eotioinonili tit
viewed fioin the (omfortnhle seiurllj
of white arm IuuIkcx and hhilik nl
Reds a "Combat Patrol."
I'mlir the piohlem the Hedi he
Inured to the lied llrlRiule that was
supposed to hne landed nt ll.tnntimn
ll.i) dtiriiiK the night nml iiiaitheil
fiom the I.ittir place nt I n in to M
Unity of 1'oit Shafti r. wheie It would
hne tin hul nhout ') '111 n m. mid
commented Its deplojment with the
lc to the coming encounter with
the main Illuo forces, that weie be
ing rushed from Sthollehl ll.it i ticks
In parsing Damon's plantation the Itetl
lomnmiider Is supposul to hne de
tached a sluing pittol of fortj men
with Instructions to deln the aclwime
of tiny foire fioin the dilution of
I'e.ill Harbor and ! Ille gle wattling
In iiifi of suih tulwiiice This patiol
tui. c omposc d of the ollltcrx mid noil-
ommlssloni il ollkers of the 1st 111
fnntrj. N. ! II.
The patrol was divided Into three
platoons or sections and assigned po
sltiotiH oMrlooklug mid comiiianilliig
the mail ft out I 'car I llnthor, while n
party of tluee men was detnchiil to
watch tho lallro.id
'1 he patrol was hnriUy 111 the plates
asvlgmd to lis parts when the Mine
nouls wen oliHirveil N'o Hie was
opened up on them. Several patties
of iilllnna were encountered on the
road and ouinilntd, mid tinder wur
condition! would hnui loci hod more
ntteiitlou. One 'PJuo boy elitered the
lied lines mid was held up and exam
ined lis Major Klley before being til
lowed to prni eed
Miction To Delay.
The patio vere Instructed Hint It
was not to stilnil mid iniiUe a detei
mined light, but that IT It could cause
Hie deplojnient. and dela that de
ployment would entail, of the llhlo
inarlnot. from I'earl Harbor, Its mis
riuli would be accntnpllslieil. llovv
em to nyold an tiiiilue piolongliiti of
the piobhrn mid work that would lie
thus brought about, IC would remain
In nlac o In the hi8t position to nb
noun the nines as the) completed
their pmt in the piohlem.
The lllue tieplojed mid worked out
the problem to titling completion, be
lug under the liupie-sslou, It would
seem thai the fortj men who tainail
their deployment weie all tiero wero
In the Heel folio Tho lted patrol,
under senile eoiidltlons, would nqt
lmo rejiinlned In the Uclnlty after
hulng caused the denlo mem unless
lelnforcenients had nnlM'il from tlic
m tin Ited folic
Onip tte was opened the piohlerii
nB nibbed to completion must faster
than would hne been the caso had
bnlliaitrldge been used on both sides
This, however, Is nlwajs the enm In
Tho earo exercised In
maintaining absolute clean
llnott In every dairy con.
tributing to this Associa
tion and the perfect health
of all cows, together with
the electric purifying pro
cess, assures the Associa
tion's customers a per
fectly healthy milk.
Own ii home In the Collego Hills sub
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TniMviimito car service) gas electrlo
light city water. Close to Oahu Col
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CAitnv a sr.vr yhaii'h ounirr
iNo to Yotm ritfi:NM)K at si:a
AND ON' Till: OTlinit ISLAN'OS
problems In tho Held with blank a
The Kectlou of tho Hcds, on the left
lliink of the Itetl position, nitid as
was Intended ami when the lllues do
plojeil ami nilMiiiced ngninst that sec
tion or platoon, the) were iinde'r
heavy llaul.lng fiom the Hcds' Inst
position (to vvjili Ii, tlue to use of blank
mrtildges, the) paid no attention)
I he lllue II inking coiiiiianj when It
tieplojed faieil to Its own rear and its
fire gave Its ixultlon away without at
compllshlng an) thing other than driv
ing the small thiee-umti patiol of
lteds off the i.illio id.
The Blues' Work.
And now as In the nines' opeia-
tlnus. Malm lllll hail Intimate know I
edge of the whole problem, so he did)
not reel Jitstillcd in leading the mar I
lues, and delegated conimiilid of the'
battalion to Captain Wilght, Major
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CHRISTMAS -- -
CXPR ESS M ON E Y ORDERS
There Is no more lonveiilent
or leounmleal way to remit
money or to pnj ncioiiuts,
bills, dins, nssesHinents, sub
scription", etc. than by
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substantia!!) (lie summing up of the
lllue mo vi men t which lie made when
the smoke of battle eleared, and both
titles lined up foi a pow-wovv by the
The lllue troops' received ordeis
from the Admiral during the night
that their pteseme was in gently need
id In Honolulu, to lene camp nt S
n in, taking nil precautions for the
fecurit) of the battalion iliiilug Its
Inniih ami piompt action to overcome
aiiy obstruction, chick or hindrance
in nie ninriii. inn oaii.incm, miner
the lomniand of Captain Wright, left
camp promptl) at S a m to proceed
to Honolulu hy way of I'uiiloa and
Monualtin. Scouts under Lieutenant
llovt weie sent out nn hour In nil
nnio to obtain ami transmit nil In
format Inn possible In regard to the
sticugth, movements nml whereabouts
of the cuelii) Advance gitnid was
thrown out at I'uiilon station under
command of Lieutenant I'llej, At the
!nl!ioad crossing two miles fiom I'iiii
lua, scouts repelled the presence of
a ymall outpoit of the lteds, wliiil
was stationed on the (op of a ridge
lommandlug the load, with the h.il
ante of the foue depliived under eoV'
er at right angles to the load on the
right. One coinpiiiiv under Lleuten
nut Howell v)ns sent tlnough the iiino
llulds to tilt II Tho left llaiilc of the en
cm), and otili'iH weie given for the
udvniice guard to dcplo) and drive In
the outposts The main body was
sent foiwaid deplo)ed, and the attack
Outposts wero driven In by the nd.
wince glial d of the lllues nud the po
sltlon of tho lteds wns developed
Lieutenant Howell's company on the
Hunk drove In n small scouting part)
of the lteds on their left Hank, ilcplnj
lug along this Hunk The Heels de
fended the position well, but would
have been compelled to rellto befoto
superior nuiubeis, and uu Hiccutinf uf
tho prescnio of a forco on their left
Who won? Well. ou see In n n)
It was ono of those "no decision" af
falrp Considering mil) the actual
foi c es employed the Wile. Just opeuiil
their mouths jmd swallow tl the pool
lteds nlue In about twent) minutes.
but there nro u lot of other tilings to
he taken into ennsldeiatlon I'lrsl of
course, there's that llie-iatltig Itnl
commander In the neighborhood of
Hhafter, who would have .flint up af
Hast n battalion t( reinforce the com
bat patiol as soon iih he heaid the en
gngemeiit open With the entire lllue
luitlnllou cImpIidchI and one eiimtiiiiu
Ihinkllig the pa I nil, the Hcds claim
that tills Imiiglnnr) lied battalion of
reiufoi cements would havo turned the
trlik As the Ulues ordus weie to
get to Honolulu as soon as possible
tin') might liave phDid safer II they
had driven out the patrol with a sin
gle company, sending the other three
companies ton nu arils along the rail
On the other hand, the lllues rlalm
that the best wa) to sweep away the
"obstruction" was to slnipl) wlp"
them out of evlsteme, mid Hint It
meant Utile loss of time to ileplo)
tho intlro battalion,
"Hall carlihlges would hnve made
a difference, in) the Hi ds.
"Yes, they would have made us
come nt jou faster," sn)s the lllues
So theiu jou lire
One Man Overcome.
Lieutenant Coikctt, of the (lirud,
was the casnalt) of the d i lie was
over come hy Hie heat mid exertion
ill the skirmish b) the mne Held ami
dropped In his tracks The mailne
hospital detachment, under l)r Mon
ger, looked after him, and he was la
ken home In a motor.
Colonel Zlegler coinmnnded the lied
patiol, Willi Captain Johnson, Q. .
1st lufnuti) commanding the second
platoon on the left front, mid Major
Hlley In command of (be reserve, in
last lied position. Captain W. II.
Johnson, IT H. A., Inspeitoi-Iiistruitor
of the CiiiiiiI, had goneial chnige of
tho Iteil forces.
"Thanks nre duo to the officers and
limit ommlfsloncd olllceis of the N'n
tlon.il (liiuril for turning out on a hoi
hlay," said Maldr Hill. "The prolilem
Was winked but sntlsfiuloilly and
was ei liistructlie to both tho up
posing forces It olTiiidid a plcut.mil
iind lnstiucllve bleak In the legular
limtlne of cliHc-oidei dlllls and cxer
clses nml approached mote nearly
lomtlltoiis Hint would bo eueotinteicd
In n Held campaign than (nothing the
mailnes have hnd on this cruise.
Captain Johnson then handed u few
botupiets to tliu marines, unci the gieal
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