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fVENINQ BULLETIN, MONOLULU.T. H., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 1912.
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CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
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Of the various Ideal Systems and Utopian Schemes pro
posed by dicanicis and reformers, there i this to-be said:
theii chains have but one weak link, and that is the human
link, And a chain is no stiongci than its weakest link.
OUR POLITICS AND TIIEJAN FRANCISCO PLAN.
"Let's do as they did in San Francisco." say some of the
people who want to straighten out municipal politics over
They forget that San Francisco holds its municipal elec
tion separately from the State and Federal elections. Only
a change of our municipal law can enable Honolulu to du
plicate San Francisco.
As for breaking down partizan lines when it comes to the
municipal ticket, there is no year where such -a movement
could be more certain of failure.
This is a Presidential year when every man seeks to pre
serve his partizan regularity. The Republican does it be
cause it is the natural thing to back in every way the party
in power. The Democrat docs it because this is the one
year in four when he has a ghost of a show to be with the
"ins" instead of basking with the "outs."
To attempt the San Francisco system here this year of
all others woud subject that system to more certainty of de
feat and thereby discredit what advantages it may have,
than would be possible at any other time.
But the situation is by no means without hope of improve-
Both Republicans and Democrats through the manage
ment of their party conventions can aid materially in promot
ing a higher grade municipal ticket, by holding their con
ventions to nominate municipal officers on another day than
that set for the Legislative officers.
Under present-day conditions the municipal officers are
voted on when the convention session has dragged well along
into the night. The delegates are tired and some of them
disgusted. Many go home, leaving their proxies and the
Devil to take the last.
Let the conventions consider the municipal ticket on a day
separate from the Legislative, and a long step will be taken
toward improved political management, as well as a prac
tical approach made toward the best features of the "San
If we have to hold forty conventions to get a high class
municipal ticket, it is well worth the struggle.
Mow ni.uiy Il,iwnll DcmocralB wintj
to lie put IT at H.ililinuio? i
Someone says they will wait
mouth before deciding" who siiall ho
Gov ei nor of Hawaii 'What'it tho lite?
If that mainland storm Is headed
this wa), may It uirlvc In time, lo
hnvo passed on previous to I'cliriitry
Make the I'loral I'arado piogr.im
one long da of celcbiation, and every
v.iiMug hour will bo needed to g t all
tho featuies In between meals
Tourists .tie coming to town and
tho I'leet Is with lis What iucro
cculil bo asked1 Only a permanently
i lean town so as id Sold them til'
Tut some of tho local money Into
mnio American ships There s little
or no d ingei of tho protection glvon
by tho coastwibo shipping laws being
.Mlntioss This vvntoi has a f'ticor
Careful Servant (Who has Jicard
much of scientific conversation) Its
all right, mum Ihoro nln't a livo
germ In It, mum I run it through
tho wilngoi, Iloiton Iris.
Miss A Dining tho passago aerosH
I loved lo watch tho steersman
Mrs II Mcicy! You didn't eomo
in loss In the steeiuge?
Sho Did j on evei get nil n train
when It was moving?
lBI Mmum ,mii
t'tr C4t nywbeicln U : l.fMI
Pel Yrit uirnb'tt u Csntell, I. no
Pel Vent MiiiaM lii(H 3.m
tntered K the Pcatoffice it llouoluta
M sccomj-clus rattler
JANUARY 10, 1912
I'nutor Itlclicnnn couldn't pemHlblj
ii'in.ilii allow ground long uhiiikIi to
Iho down IiIh ciIiiic, (ho rc.il luirrnl
"of whle.li ho couldn't npprctl.itu till
lie h.is tniiRlit
lively day that adds to tho strength
ol Honolulu an a mllltaiy and naval
center, advances tho time when the
average American will bo ill complete
eontiol of tho situation.
What's the malt hi with J. M Dow
sett for Major of Honolulu Ho can
ho elected In n walk, and he's Just tho
sort of man wo need for the work pic
llmlnary to the Panama Canal nnd
'I he petition of tho Itapld Transit
for a permanent right of way lo
Pearl llnihor mid tho naval station
should have tho unanimous backing
of tho people of Honolulu Congress
can't giant tho icrjuest too soon.
Hill lot In wins again. Tho nil-
lie Yes, oiho
Sho What was tho Bensntlmi?
IIo Hipping for tho woman.
Mrs Ilncon Tho man was hero to-
ciuj looking for that gas leak.
Mr Ilncon And did ho Unci It?
Mrs Huron Yes, but they haven't
found tho man yet'"
"Do you, my sisters," demanded tho
oxhoiter, "cliaw tho lino between tho
clean nnd the soiled In life?"
"I do," icplleil olio member of Iho
llocK, timid!) , "every Monday morning."
ministration liaa provided for the re
sumption of Hie American steamship
lino to Australia and chalked 1(8 mind
about opening up everything to for
eign whips Oh, we'll ho an American
community yet, If they loutlnuu adopt-
Inr tho thoroughly American policies
piopoMMl by tho Ittillotln.
Tho time Ih not far distant when
tho real estate innilct of Honolulu
will take a Jump tint will put the
sugar stock business In tho shade.
Tho aluu of rcalt In Honolulu Is
guarantied by the stability of thu
nrmy and navy of tho United States
And It reaps nil tho bencllls of any
thing else that may bo tin own In
25C PER CAPITA
That eiitehbisliiK, strrnm nnd tho
ci Hunting of trees are the three things
that the unnHntlnu cuiiinilltco should.
iittuiel to li the opinion of those In iie-l
live (.InirKV of affairs nt the present
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nine, nun is impcei on me mci iimv ,nw
work mi tluce Is of n public ilmrnilir
and can bo cnrrlul out mure expcdl
tlouslv uml evidently bj thu commit
tee than by the lioinchohlcrs. All oth
er work In connection with tho light
against the inosiiultoes the loinmlttco
fels should be done by tho public.
Prom the way In which the work Is
going lit the present time I)r MtC'oJ
thinks tint the t Minuting of trees will
be nil through this werk The work
has been done In private places s well
at. In the public grounds, and a thor
ough nnd complete Job has been made
figures In (oniKitlon with tho cent
of the campilgn during December have
been worked out and nre now nviillnble.
Tho total tost per capita to the com
munis was twint-llve cents, nnd I)r
Mit'o) slated this morning tint when
the force had been reduced still fill -thir
nnd tho campilgii was being enr
rl d along on a permanent basis this
llgure would be iniilerlitll) reduced.
Superintendent of Public Works Miir
slou Campbell sirvid the committee
with a notlie staling that the Judiciary
building bid been turned over to Hi"
contractors noil that other iiiarters
would hive to bo found Ihls muttir
bus bun left In the hands of A I'
Jtidd, who Is eNpcite-d to npnrt to the
eominlttio at Its ncU meeting
.Most of the work of the iimiilltn
forie lit the present tlino Is bl log con
centrated on the I'alolo nnd Mnnoi
streams, while Dr JIcCn Is Investi
gating some of tlj.o suppo-ccd mo-ciilto
hrccillng pistes at Wnlklkl
MURRAY CASE IS
IN COURT TODAY
Supervisor Harry, Murray Is on trhl
In the police court this afternoon
ilnrjed with innnsHiighter ns tho re
sult of the denth of Tlmoteo llernnn
i e, Porto Hlean, Inst New Year's
The enpe ngalnst Murray, who, It Is
charged, leaned out of his automobile
nnd "delivered the blow Hint knocked
down tho nged man and muted his
death, was mt for this morning hut
Attorney 13 C Peters, for tho defend
ant, nslted for tho lontlnunnie of the
mw until two o'clock, and nt two
o'clock the mse wns taken up
Severnl witnesses. It Is understood,
aro to ho put on tho Btnnil for the
defense besides Murra himself
Man) it man falls to recognize his
mission in life, even when lie's "up
against It "
lieu ii gill tries to act as if sho Isn't
In love it's a sign idle Is,
Every drop of milk deliv
ered by us hat been treat
ed by a wonderful etectrio
process that ensures a per
fectly puro milk.
pronounce this the one
perfect method of purify
ing milk. Call and see this
purifying apparatus in op
eration. Honolulu ,
Own a home In iho College Hills tub
orb. Modern Improvements at hand.
Teiftnlnute ear services gas electrlo
llglit) city water. Close to Onliu College.
32 Lots Only for Sale
Easy terms 1-3 cash, 1-3 one year,
1-3 two years. Interest at 6.
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real Estate. We buy and sell
Stocks and Donds and make In
vestments for others In approved
WE SHALL DE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
921 BETHEl STREET
I'ompctlllve Inspections will ho held
III nil i omi' villi h of the National Cuard
between the 15th of iVbrtmr) and tho'
Kith of March, 1912, for which prizes
will be given for proflclenc) In tho fol
Tor Infantry Drill Regulations,
.Manual of Cliinrd Duty, Hmall Arms
rirlng Manual Mnnunl of Il.i)onct and
tint t'aio Mini Nomenclature of tho'
Por Kanllnr) Troops Plrst Aid In
Illness and Injury.
The prizes ottered nre as follows:
1,. ,li, fn,Miinif nllnlnliit- tlin Ic-IiomI
pircentAge of protlclene), J25; to tho'
iionTommlsslciiiid nfllrer attaining tho
highest pereentago of proflclenc), u gold,
medal; to the non-commissioned ntll-j
ler attaining the highest penentngc of
prollclme) in inch company, $",, to the
next highest, ".; to the private attain
ing the lilhlnst pereentago of proll-
clini) In inch company, fj; to the next,
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for tho Investment of $2000 in a house
and lot ir) Qood neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lota offer the home-builder a better
selection for toil, etovatlon and general desirability than any
other lota In Manoa Valley, Our prices aro reasonable)
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl Slopo 3 Bedrooms 7 $30.00
Young 8trcet 2 " 30.00
Manoa Valley 2 " 000
Bcrelanla-Street 3 ' 25.00
Chbicc Island Views
1066 FORT STREET
The Office of tlie
It open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of ships' messages
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
TO BE BOOMED
(Continued from Page 1)
rett, who Is perfecting the plans now
to build up the liiiinni trade with the
mainland li handling tho fruit for the
glowers practicably without coit to
them, to ralie the stnndard of tho ba
nanas sent away nnd to develop tho
l Already under Mr Ktarrett's enro
small farmers of Maul nnd Hawaii nro
sending their products to Honolulu
And It shows that Mr Htarrett Is a
Territorial nlllclal nut afraid of his
Job when It Is known that morning
nfter morning la" gets up long before
cla break to meet tho Iuter-Island
boits, sometimes being down tit the
wharf as eaily ns R o'clock, to seo that
the produce coming In Is rnpldly and
expedltlnuly bundled Mr. Htarrett
laughed this morning when he wns
asked about this, sa)lug that this Is
an easy country to get up In, hut tho
energy with which he has taken hold
of his work nnd the success ho Is al
ready meeting would bo n surprise If
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
AT llll II
(Continued from Pago 1)
tlnlcmnumnii have sunk ten feet,
hough tremendous nctivlty still pre
Mills'. Polo nnd tho moon seem to
hnvo come understanding; tho Invn
lako rises with tho full moon Steps
nro being taken here lo Indue o tho
Inter-Island to get tip nnothcr excur
sion toward the end of this month
Wright, of tho Volcano Stables Is
planning tris to the top of .Milium
Ken during tho summer months.
Principal Wilson Exonerated.
Prlnclpnl Wilson of the Knu school
sins been OUchnrgccl by Judge Hnj
ivcldcn. Wilson was accused of in dis
graceful crime of which seven girls,
including his two daughters, were al
leged to have been victims. Ono of
his danrhtcrs nnd nnothcr girl testl
lied ngnlnst Wilson, but Wilson's wife
,incl the younger daughter test I (led
fucoossfnlly for the defense. The pro
K'cittlou has not finished with the
iaso Superintendent Pope of the He
partmenf of Public Instruction Is suii
liotfect lo hnv'e been Informed of tho
Arriving on the Nippon Mum from
tho Orient tomorrow will be Mr. and
Mrs Ogdcn, missionaries under thu
support of tho Christian church, who
hive been stationed nt Putting, Chilli.
Ill the province of Tibet. With the Ir
lives In clanger they were forced to
lice from the countiy and arc now en
route to the States to remain until tho
wholesale slaughter Is at an end
Patang Is the furth"st removed mls
sloniuy station In tho world, and Mr
and Mrs, Ogdeii have sutTcrcd man)
The Mnru Is due to nrrlve at the
local port nt 5 o'clock, and 111 levv of
the fact that .Mr nnd Mis ngdctiSvIll
In here overnight, tho Hev I'arey Pe
ters, pastor of the local Chrlstl ill
church, bus In contemplation u reec p
tlou In their honor. Thus far plilisuie
tentntlve. but It Is expected that dell
nale arrangements will be m ido at tho
annual meeting of the church, which
Is to take pliee this cvenln,;, begin
ning nt 7: HO o'clock.
Iteports covering tho )cnr's work will
be read at this meeting, and following
the business session, the older inciiibi rs
will bo ucconlcel the privilege of meet
ing soclnll) thnso who have Inc-nine uf
llliitecl with the church during thupist
No moro Job selling among lallvvay
malt clerks Is to ho tolerated.
A revolution is reported to have
broken out In Paraguay.
WHOOPING COUGH CROUP
BRONCHITIS t , COUGHS COLDS
A llmftle, life ind tardive liftinwnt (or bron
chial troublfi without doilnt the ftomach with
dm Si Uied with luccfii lor tbinr yrttt.
The sir rendered itronglr intitrpUc. Intptrrd
with every birath, makci breathing raiy.aooihri
tb tore ihrott, and itopl ihccoath.aiiuiint rt
ful nlthift C triolein Ii Invaluable to not her l
with younf children and ft teen lo tuifcrcra from
Allbma. , .
Send VI portal lor deicrlpllve ooohlcl,
Tr Ctfiotene Ami
eptlc Throat Ttblrtl
for the Irritated throat
They tte aim pie, effect
ive and antlrepllcs Ol
trior drutt lit or from ui,
10c. In atMpt.
fiZ Cort Until St.. N.Y.
FOR hOLL FILM, PtlEMO
PACK AND DSTY PLATES
Also all developing accessories
such as Trays, Scales, Hydrome
ters, Graduating Glasses, Hypo
Boxes and Drying Racks.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT ST, BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO
17 Hotel Street
Why turn yourself into a
it with every new concoc
tion that comes along?
Nature does the cur
ing, not medicine.
A$k your Doctor if
is not 77i treatment for (
Cough and Coldi, Grippe,
and many other Hit.
139 Merchant Street
Phone 2747 '
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort. Street
1168 POUT BTItllET PIIQNH .IC01
Regal Shoe Store,
ANZAI 8HOE STOni-
Beretanla Street, Near Nuiunu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Likely it's a pretty good watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect It to run a lifotime
That's unreasonable and you'll
find It costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without woaring
We've a repair department bora
waiting to give you tho best
possible service In keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand it a and let us tako a look
at it, anyway.
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