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rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 16, 1912.
E V ti N N(i BlJ'L ETIN
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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wau.aci. It. Fakkinuj'on, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
UVIIl,NO UtrUL.tlTIN WIIHKI.V MUUUIi'liN j
Irt Month, uwltttf In OH . ,7ft I'et Sis Montd.. . ,.. 1
I'm yiuitei, anywtieia'n V S it. on Per Wit, nywlicit In UA ... I.cmj
In Wi, nheir t'tVS . M,oo Pet Ytiti anywhnc a Cfttiidt. I.Kn j
I'ci Wmi j- !!, MiclKii IJt.otk Ptt Vent Hitta'(1, lottlcn S.cwt i
P-x1 ) L2clitorll Rooms,
Eiror is none Hie bolter for bciiie, comnion, not tiutli the
woisc for having lain neslcctoc', John Locke,
TO KEEP HONOLULU CLEAN.
Announcement that the Territory's legal department and
the citizens' sanitation committee will cooperate in the pros
ecution of those who fail to obey the rules of the Board of
Health, means that no more dilly-dallying of individuals with
their duties as citizens will be allowed.
This move has nothing to do with the matter of cutting
banana-trees. It has nothing to do with actions that have
been questioned legally. It is simply a move to compel in
dividuals to shoulder the burden of caring for their own prem
ises. It may be stated that Chairman Dillingham and the other
members of the committee have entered this phase of the
health campaign with the greatest reluctance. From the
beginning tiey hye asked the cooperation of the citizens,
their help, their advice, their assistance. But it is plain now,
and it has Jfccn plain for weeks, that only too many of Ho
nolulu's residents have been glad to shift the responsibility
upon the committee and the committee's forces. Volunteer
inspection of premises, volunteer clean-ups, have been far
"Let the Board of Health do it!" has been the cry.
The committee and the Board of Health have been doing
it, and doing it well, but they cannot continue to do so. The
committee was called into existence and funds were raised,
to meet an emergency that has passed by. . V.
It is distinctly up to the citizens to look after their own
houses andyards. The town must be kept clean.
Ample notice has been given every man in Honolulu.
There should be no complaints if prosecutions begin now.
INVESTIGATION OF HAWAII.
If the II u life tin ri.ids the lecoril
nil recti, Del Kate Kuliin'8 declnra-
Hon against ' !urinor Fie.ir closed
with a iviiiPit
for an liiie-cligullon of
lio Tenitoi, nioio cs-
i fvii'iii i to tliu uclmln-
IMrutloii of Hi
j.is also been Infiiriui'il
that the Heletilo has had III Ills pos-
fpssioii a resolution, calling for a
C'nngiesslouul Investigation, which he
Intended to jihico Indole Congio.S'i
Minulil the President refute Ills io
(Uest. Now, It appears, President Taft has
approved tlio liiwsthjiilloii ami to
that extent the Hi at point In tho mu
test or tho Delegate ngfiliibt the gov
ernor Ii.ib been taken by the Delegate.
This Indicates that among other
things the President has become con
vinced either of the necessity for clos
er study of the faitH, on account of
I tiforiii.it Ion brought to his attention,
or, that tho politic nlsltuatlon In tho
Tenltory does not Justify tlio arhl
ti.iry turning down of tho Delegate,
which has been susgystcil by sonio if
tho fiovernor's suppottors ns cpilto
I.otB of things may happen as a
coiiBeiiienco of tills linestlgatlon.
It can bo a perfunctory affair sulll
dent to Bae tho faco of thn Dele
gate, retain tlio Governor In olliio,
iind eiinhlo them both to call it (pills
and go forward to the next tcim of
It can b nifai-ieaclilug affair that
will result 'iii iiu upheaval, not only 1n
It can bo a jeace-maklng ovpedltlnn
lcsultlng in in official 'shuffle that
won't serlousl! hurt anyone's feelings,
but will pacify the contending ele-
"Siibbuhs must bo cniy. Ho talks
of dossing peas with dice so m to
get a product that won't roll off tho
"Sort of.u balance rut Ion, eh?"
Kirst Tramp What hoit of 11
nolgliborhnod is tills''
Second Trjjinp Shocking had. Tho
policeman has a bad-tempered wife,
so lie's always nut nnd about.
1 "And nro ynu tho ownnr of tho car?"
jislted tlio policeman as lio helped tho
aMered l tbc t'lntoflice Hi llonoiblu
m krcmiil-cliMi mittcr
JANUARY 16, 1912
intuitu iind iillnw the Territory to nro-
cecd with icudjiihtcd leadership.
The J I ii 1 1 o 1 1 ti is not picparcd at
this Juncture to coincide with thoso
who stem to bolloM' that n wholohalo
iiHbaiilt on the Delegate and his legal
associates Is the best course- for the
Freur adherents to follow. Wu bc
llexo the Cowmen- H unfortunate In
the self-appointed luesB ugoiit who
l'tit an u1j iciiia sneer Into the uao of
the wird "Investigation."
Certainly an open and above-hoard
discussion of conditions In the Is
lands, and u canvass of nubile onlnlon
n h dispassionately as Is possible In
his eploslto community, oiikIU to
do a lot of good.
Wu would recommend that until
such I line as tliti exact purposo of the
President Is known mid tho scope of
the Investigator's work Is understooM,
tlio people keep as cool as possible.
SPEAKING OF CANDIDATES.
? i i i i
For .IIii) or
.1. .11. HON SKIT
Tor NnpcnNors (7)
0 0. IIAHTUn'T,
i:. . houtiiitt,
('. II. COOKK,
MAItk HOIIIXVlS, Jr.,
IHIllTltAM VOX IMMM.
I I I ? I
Tho Itiilletln takes the nttltudo that
It doesn't matter much who tho can
didates may ho pro hied tliero re
mains the slush fund fiom which it
man to his feet after tho accident.
".No," replied the Injuied man.
"I'm n demonstrator" "And did ynu
iuwe to demonstrate that the car
wouldn't climb that tree?"
"Say, Weary, I see that bomo roller
In Congress Is golu' to ask Hi' Gov
ernment to glo work to ovorybody."
"Soy, what do you thing of that!
Well, you can tell Hi' feller If )ou Bee
lilm that I've got a little too miicli
prldo to depend f'r hip llvln' on th'
bounty of unybody's (Invernment."
may rustle Its share. Achcrtlscr IM
llorl.il. Keillor livening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n:
Your suggestion of candidates for
Supervisor Is it pretty good one and 1
luno heard fnwirablo comment.'- I
would lllio to offer the name of Mr.
on D.imm as an addition tcT the list
Ho lias proM'd n good wotkor und
stniidfl well with tho lyoplo generally.
I don't know if his loming fiom tlio
same part of tho town ns Hbcn 1iiw
will mako any difference or not.
Honolulu, .Tun. 16. lUt'J.
Keillor i; von lug Hullo tin:
I bog to present tlio 11:11110 of Mr. C. (J.
llartlctt for uiir list of candidates for
Supervisor for tlio City and County ow
Honolulu. Mr. llartlctt lias a very
strong following and ho Is it thor
oughly rupablo man In tlio manage
ment of public affairs. Ho has 11
homo at Kulmukl and also beyond
Diamond Head so ho can truthfully
bo said to represent that section of
tho town. Ho also has a numerous
following In tho Kaknako section,
fiom which a Tin go number of voters
uro registered. lie Is 0110 of tho busi
ness men to glo a first class account
ing for tlio people, iind ho can bo
Thanking ou for Bpaco.
Honolulu, Jan. 1C, 191 2.
It appears that Honolulu Miters nrc
nlwnys ready with suggestions of
names of candidates for public olllce.
Additional candidates sent In today
Iniludo names of men who nro well
known to tho peoplo nnd who hnvo
been nctho In politics.
Tho I!n I let In is presenting tills
scheme not for tho bencllt of nny par
ticular person or faction, but to get
the peoplo talking nnd thinking of
lanilldates In preparation for an open
'ciunp.ilBii as against 11 secretly iim-1
nlpulntcd scheme of slates.
The responso of tho Advertiser Is
cbaracteilstlc. It Is a direct misstate
ment of tho position of this paper. It
docs mntter very much who tho can
didates urc. When tlio peoplo know
tho candidate It Is cortalil that
tho amount of money required for ed
ucation will bo very much less.
Ono of tho facts which bollovo
Is likely to bo noted Is, -that tlio can
didacy of ,1. M., Dowsett for Mayor
vlir meet. , Itu .very 1HIJ opposition.
Tho general comment of political cir
cles Is that this Is tlio year for him
to bo elected.
OF DRY BONES
(Continued from Pago 1)
son that led up to his belns a Imnk-
rupt. Ho admitted that ho always ha I
done his conlradliiR with practically
no llnnnies but depended on the eighty
live per tent ndvnnied b tho govern
ment each month to cany him
through. The oUrn fifteen per tent
lie counted ns his profits.
Partners Midi .MrCimdlris.
Before tho loan fund loiumissloii
had met he hnd seen I,. U Mi Cam!'
less nnd asked him to back lilm In
the proposed contrail. McCnndless
had nsked him what Inducements weie
held out nnd ho told lilm ns partners.
MiCiiuiIIcsh ugreed to tills and sulci
Wo extend a moil cordial
Invitation to all Interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In this depot is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can see
In the extreme cleanliness
hero the idea that we are
enforcing at every contrlb.
Own a homo In the College Hills sub
urb. Modern Improvements at hand.
Ten-minute car service) gas electri6
light) city water. Closo to Oaliu Col.
32 Lots Only' for Sale
Cosy terms 13 cash, 13 one year,
1-3 two years. Interest at 6,
On Listed Stocks and Improved
Real Estate. Wo buy and sell
Stocks and Donds and make In
vestments for others In approved
WE SHALL DE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETH El STREET
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
that ho would back lilm when the
tliuo came Wilson was side after
wards and went to tho Coast. On his
1 ct in n ho Marled In to in cumulate 11
plant for which McCandless gnvo lilm
the neiihhuo money When, ho figured
out on the contract for tlio llrst sec
tion of the boll ici.ul ho found Hint ho
would need 110,000 and ho went and
told McCtiuillcsa about It, ns ho wlfh
ed to 1m, sure of his backing.
A I'lillllial Ittas
Why the partnership between he and
MiCnndless was kept quiet nmib for
political 1 caseins and therefore tlio
financial partners name was kept out.
".MiCaudless being a leading Dciuo-
crat," continued Wilton, "I thought
(lie loan fund coiiimlsiloii would hntc
It In for lilm moro than they would
for me." "MiOamllfHU," he, further
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for tho investment of 52000 In house
and lot in good neighborhood. Pays 10 net.
Our Puupueo Tract Lots offer the home-builder a better
selection for soil, elevation and general desirability than any
other lots In Manoa Valley. Our prices are reasonable)
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl 8lope 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Young Street 2 " 30.00
Manoa Valley . 2 " &0.00
Beretania 8treet 3 - 25.00
J066 FORT STREET
Tho Office of the
is open until eleven each evening for
the receipt of snips' messages
Hatcd, "had not been In with lilm on
r.ny other Job except the bolt road con
tract. Ho had told Mayor Fern that io
was In partnership with JIcCniidl(s
unci nsked him to let tho,ionimlss!on
rrs know,, , " j u .(, .
Hugh Howell, formerly ibuhlyi enftl'
nccr for Maul, told of the; work that
Wilson hud doiio uriiier his Jurisdiction
nnd said Ihat It was good. Wilson
was a contractor who was always fair
fcnit liberal In carrying 'out his con
tract and ho hnd nover had any'tron
hlo with him. '
Objection was raised by tho defento
to the question iut to whether Howell
considered Wilson n lit iiersoa io. car
ry out the licit road contract, 'hut'tt
was overruled. Howell Rtntcd Dial If
hWIIson had tho llnnnrlnl backing, ho
would bo n good man for the work,
engineer ". K. Itowl.unl also gave
Wilson a good character ns a contrac
tor. Wilton had worked under lilm
during tho time witness was In tho
public works dciiaitmcnt. Ho men
Honed the cylsodo of Wilson falling
on tho sewer outlet und stated that ho
did not blame lilm for giving up as
the work was of a nature that made
It very cl I moult to estimate on,
Attorney M. F. l'rosser during tho
hearing of the caso yestciday bt-oied
Superintendent of I'ubllc Works
flurstonCiimlibell for his nttltudo In
tlio niutlrr. Wiillp tho mooting was'
nn opcif (inc. 1'ionsor hllcgcB that
' Ciitniilioll was nil In favor of Wilson
getting tlio contract but as noon us
t,0 doors wore closed ho switched
mer and went ngalnat Wilson. Tils,
' further Alleged l'rosser, wn'a In a til
led lino with tho general stylo of the
j II. P. Ullllnghnm (stated that lie had
tone liond for Wilson at the time u
contracted for the building of tlio road
the other side of tho l'all. Ho had al-
I ways found lilm to work ery hatlt-
I tnctorlly when carrying out contracts
for (lie Oalut Itallioad nnd if the cir
cumstances wcro all right would go
bond for him on a contract ngnln.
.MrCniiillrsH on Maud.
McCandless when placed on the
stand told of tho (irtnyrHhl and
rjalcil that he went Into It merely. h"
laiisc ho thought thero was money to
lio made. That was his only reason
He told of getting tho trust company
to ninko the bond and of fixing up
with the First National Hank to ad
vatico the necewnry money for the
A letter notifying Chnlrmnn Andrew
Adams of tho fact Hint both McCand
less nnd tlio Kirst National Hank were
behind Wilson was sent and delivered.'
City Knglneer (luy Oero also spoke
of WliUon's capabilities and stated
that 'if properly financially backed and
with proper Inspection Wilson should
bo nblo to carry through the belt rond
contract, lly proper Inspection he
meant the Inspection that was1 always
maintained over nny contractor nnd
not Wilson In particular.
BE SEN1 HERE
Kollow lug on tbO news, received In
Honolulu that the I'rcsldent had prom
ised l'rlnc-c Kiihlo tii'wlthhold nny cip-
piiliitliicnt to tho governorship nnd to
cciKt 11 (.eelul iiKcnt io tho Islands to
Im'rVtlKiitu tho charges made by Kuhlo
iigalust Oovernor l'rcnr, tlio latter an
nounced tho fact that lie had ileal d
some time ngo that there was to bo u
movement of this kind made.
Ho stnted tills morning that ho was
not surprised. At tho samo tlmo' It
seems as though ho has Mime ideas on
tlio subject that lmo nut been mndo
public, for when questioned at noon to
daj he stated someone! may only pos
sibly lm sent down. Ho also intimated
that tills fact was by no means set
tled and that HVi Inquiries may bo nil
niade ((dough uin6 uf lire Federal
lllllll A Hill 1'ilH II
.'Pi warm r ; iru
,.Jt. J. BujlUy. liriul of tho California
Wiiltfc'nriiiVrs'.'A'sHnclntloiYHrid the limn
who iirruuKi'd the big deal In plncucp
il properties by which fnlirornlo, cap
ital in !sw ung into lino nnd tho Con
solidated l'lneapple Company bocniua
tho Huwall 1'iescrvliig Comp.ui, ar
rived today on tho steamer C'liUo.Mum
fiom the (.'wist, nccompnuled by Mrs.
Mr. Ilcntlcj 1 011 business connected
with the pineapple compuny It Is re
ported that the company will acquire
additional plnctipplo Jauds In prepara
tion fur a record luck next scusOn.
CANNOT COLLECT MONEY
Tho Huprcmo Court this morning
handed duuii 11 decision In tho case
brought by tho Inter-Island ijleaiu
Navigation Company In connection
Hlth tho lefuudliiK of merchants' li
cense fees paid prior to Juno 11, Jliutl.
"The court holds that the stattito
maklqg nil appropriation for tlio pur
pine of reputing moneys wrongfully
collected us merchandise fees under
Sections "Cl to 71,8 of tho I'cnal Laws,
lk'J", did 'not Include llccnso fees paid
prior to Juno II, I'.'OO, In ailvnnco for
11 period extending beyond that date"
you take the picture comes
the matter of developing
tho film and tho printing.
We bavo the best facili
ties in the city for doing
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT ST., BELOW HOTEL
IN COfLnv PIU.N'TS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO
NO REASON FOR DQUBT
A Ndilenirnt of Pnrti Hacked hj 11
Mining (I it 11 run I it.
Wo guaranteo complete relief to nil
suffcreis fiom constipation, or. In ev
ery case where wo fnll, wo will sup
ply the mecUclne free.
Heall Orderlies nro a gcntlo, ef
fective, dependable, and safu h(iccl
regulator, Btiengthciior, nnd tonic.
They iiim to reestablish initiue'R func
tions In n quiet, easy way. They do
not causo Inconvenience, griping, or
nausea. They nro so pleasant 0 tako
and work so easily that they hiayNio
taken by nny ono nt nny Unio. Thoy
thoroughly tone up tlio wholo sj stein
to healthy activity.
Itcxull Orderlies uro unsurpassable
and Ideal for the use of children, old
folks, and delicate persons. Wo can
not too highly recommend them to nil '
suircreis from any form or constipa
tion nnd its iitteuclant evils. Two
bIzcs, 2',c. nnd fine. Itcmember, you
can obtain Ilexall Iletncdles In tills
community only at our store Tho
llcxnll Store. Honson, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Fort nnd Hotel streets.
. e e
iWnthorf thero n woman with soul
mi dead that bIio call resist reading 11
iuagii7lno nrtlclo on "How to Jlo
House ami Lot, I'ul.ima J l.50
House and Lot, l'ulaniit -'.000
Houso anil Lot, rulam.i .-.. 1.200
House und Lot, Asylum Ituiul.. 2,500
Iliisiiiesi I'ropcrty, Quccii nnd
Aliilicn 1 15,000
Ilulldliig Lot, Ucrctanla Street.. 35,000
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd;
Second Floor, Judd Building
The New .High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fori Street
Likely it's a pretty good watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect it to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll
find It costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department here
waiting to give you the 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.
17 Hotel Street