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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
'Wallace R. Fakkinoton,
Pr Month, anywhere In 0.3 t .7H
Per Quarter, anywhera lu U S a.(M
Fer Year, attyta:ie InUS H.oo
Per Vial, poaUaid, mrr-tan 1 3.o
"p. i t2ditorlaI Rooms,
I CI.JBuslness Office,
The art of sajlni.' appropriate noriN
In u kindly vtnj Is one Unit neier pies
' otii oi lusuitiu, nun is vtiiiiui rrucii in
1 the liiiiiililcsL I'iiIht.
Ilnve you made your planu for I'lor
al I'arade day. It's high time.
The Flag won In the light for tlio
coastwise whipping law. It alwayi.
Can Governor Krcar guarantee a
Taft delegation to the Republican Na
j Most any man who wants to di.
things unil knows how would rathei
j be Mayor of Honolulu than Uovernoi
of the Territory.
Keeling the pulse of the outside Is
i lands on the (inventorship should hi
(done In a manner to get all the facti
, without prejudice.
1 If there was one-tenth the elllcleuc)
i In the Honolulu police that then
'ought to be, the necessity for a navu
': patrol would not exist.
'. Members of Congress talking of tin
dato nf adjournment Is probably i
recognition of the wish of many tha
they adjourn right now.
1 , The Idea of Albert Horner hiding I.
(tht Island of Hawaii Is anioosln'. ,Se
)erul tall palm trees will be needed ti
hide his towering frame.
f, Don't frunie your political slate
lwltli no representation of the Hawaii
un-Aiiierlcnns. If you do, you slmpl.
show that you ure foolish.
ff J. 11. Dowsett for Mayor of Hone
'..lulu meets with no opposition frot
the progressive element of the inunit
flpallty, or any other yet heard fron
t ., ,
jf- Powers may recognize him or no'
'President Sun Is In command of th
situation In China. A great nation I
about to come out 'of its Bltell an
hi - - - -
1 If you find the mosquitoes Increar
lug about your place tuku a lool
around and step lively. Don't sit li
your easy chair und swear at th
-.illoard of Health.
Wouldn't It be strange If a specla
agent of the President came this wa)
.'und,'. being unacquainted with the Hit
?uatlon, formed much the same upil
flon on short notice as Hay Stunnur
'" Don't forgot that the price of till
htUllllllUUII.. OIICUI1I W. IUIIIIDIB ,.. ...
fjfolulii ' la a clean town. Any let-u
jjjii sanitary vigilance endangers th
jjirosperlty of every mercantile bus!
"Jness house In tho city.
'?S Within two years Honolulu will b
fl.....t.lnn .. l.u fntl., nt ill.. ,llO(l ivll
who -thought thorn would not b
enough Aiiferlcun steamships t
.t'andle tha passenger tratllc betwee
'Honolulu mid tha Coast.
rg --. :
l HaB Governor Krear been given th
Tendorsement of the ltepubllcan Terrl
lorlal Committee on the asBumptlu
Mlthat lie will not reappoint Siiperlnteu
ent of Public Works Campbell? All'
Is'tliere any JustlUcutlon for that as
? ' ST
P! Honolulu educated tho greatest rev
' ilutlonlst C,hlna has known. Honn
;Tommy, lias your poor mother
Sprained tier ankle?"
SYeB'm, but It's l, right. Sho'
.'bought all our Christmas presents i
gShe, accepted mo on ono condition.",
i'An'd'that Is?" I
"Tliat she doesn't got u better offer,
etween now and spring."
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a atcnntl-claai matter.
JANUARY 20, 1912
lulu also started the llrst Chinese kin
dergarten In the world, and there In
no telling where that tevoltitloliary
movement will end hefore It Is fin
ished with China.
It nitty come to such a pass that
one corporation will stand between
Honolulu and a speedy settlement of
its Federal building site valuation.
Coder such circumstances would you
.all that corporation a public-spirited
Honolulu has only to keep clean In
irder to realize on the greatest future
:hnt offers for uny city in the I'aclllc.
t'ou should naturally expect help and
'ooperatlon for cleanliness from the
esldents and citizens with such op
Kirtuiiitles hefore them.
Pressing the perjury cases In the
'eileral Court Is good public morals.
Ml example should be made of a liinn
icr of persons who swear fulsely in
'ourt and when found out have no
;rcater compunction than a feeling
hat perhaps they should apologise.
Speaking of the coastwise shipping
aw, the foreign steamer Cleveland
ad only to carry the passengers and
and them. Perhaps, under the decl
lon of the attorney general in the
'levelalid case other ships might do
he same thing If the managers were
Pretty soon the people of Honolulu
.'Ill wake up to the fact that the Ho-
olulu police as at present managed
the most slipshod liiclllclent thing
I the whole city. When they realize
'io facts. It will Hot be too late to
lend, but tile price paid for the edit,
atlun will be terribly high.
Sixteen millions for public build
igs Is proposed In Congress. Do you
oppose there Is any other city In the
ountry except Honolulu where u llt
o selllsli faction Is holding up tho
'hole progress of the town all on uc
ouut of the fear of an honest vatua
.on uu tho property that the Gov
Supervisor 'Murray will dn well to
ly "all-llred low" and keep terrllical-
(inlet. If he deems It best to ro-
lain in olllce, ho should back that
(solution with u determination to be
avo himself In such a manner that
io lust months of his public service
'III in u measure ntotio for the grlev
uis errors of the first months. As u
olltlcul factor in the next election as
candidate for office Mr. Murray Is
mposslblu. We offer this without
ancor, merely as a plain statement of
Honolulu needs belter roads. The
111 lie tin will help.
Hawaii needs moro farmers. The
lit 11 et I n will help.
Hawaii needs better country schools
nd bettor pay for country school
eachers. Tho Hullo till will help.
Tho school teachers of Hawaii
lliould roceivu more encouragement
rum parents' visits to tho schools
linn Is at present given, The Hull e-
I n will help.
More Individual attention should bn
liven to the cutting of weeds along
ho sidewalks and to the general beau
Ifylng of thu city. Tito llulletln
Honolulu needs uioro elections that
"A poor shipwrecked sailor! Wero
you wusneu ur.uorui-
-' " "'
You want to borrow J 10 from me.
"That Is my hopu."
"Well, when I lend you Q Iho mov-
Ing-plctuio rights will bo worth some.'
iht not liaro Supremo Court (Icclnluiia '
(lulling along In their wake. The
llnlle tin, will help. I
Hawaii's Institutions of tfjurnlni:'
slum kl l,u tins lliBt nod moat I m port-
it lit charge on Hawaii's cltlzciiM. The
Hull e tin will liclii.
Money earned In llnwnll should be
kept In Hawaii for re-Investment.,
The, II u I lot I n will help.
IIuwiiII'h Inhabitants should coma
nearer to living up to their opportun-'
Itl.-H. The llulletln will help.
Hawaii's laws should he enforced
without elasa or comlltloii. The llul-l
I ot I ii will help.
All we ask In addition la, that every ,
llulletln reader ahull help. Then
wo will luivo the greatest town In the
shortest time on record.
ALA MOANA SITE
(Continued from Page 1)
niendiitliins of tbo department com
mander At department headquarters,
however, no olllclal order to this effect
has been received, or. In fact, any of
ficial Information nt nil regarding the
selection of Heimlich) as the permanent
One thing is certain. That to obtain
best results mid the most satisfactory
quarters the exact location should be
left to thine uu the spot. The Quar
termaster tteiivrul'H olllce at Washing
ton can know nothing of the peculiar
local conditions, such us the necessity
of locating residence buildings to the
northeast of the roads, In order to have
litem to windward of the dust that Is
leked up by the prevailing trude winds,
(leneral Macomb went to Lellehua
this morning. He announced that bis
trip was iiuolllclal, but that he would
give the ground a preliminary look
over with reference to placing build
ings. Admiral Suutherlanil accompanied
(ciicral Macomb on his trip this morn
ing. The admiral Is anxious to see the
post and the country In which It is lo
cated. NEW ORLEANS SAILS.
The cruiser New Orleans, which hns
been In port since Monday night, sail
ed for Bremerton nt 11 this morning.
Hhe had considerable difficulty In get
ting clear of the dock on account of
the stiff breeze. Besides a number of
extras on her own compliment, the
New Orleans carried a number of men
on sick Icavo and several prisoner
from other ships of tho Pacific fleet.
DUKE KAHANAMOKU FUND.
The Public Service Association Is
meeting wltlr retidy response In Its
canvass for the fund to send Duke
Ktiluiliainoku, the swimmer, to the A.
V. I'. chiunploushlpH In New York next
mouth. . Those who have contributed
through the association to date lire J.
Cooke, $50; W. A. Unwell, $10; Wili
er Dillingham, $10; John Waterhotise,
V- J. II. I'lddes, 5.
llDwlll "What do you think of this
Jewlt "If It Is carried to lln logical
conclusion, it will result In woman
putting her money In her husband's
Departing Guest "I'd gladly give
you u tip, wulter, but I find I've only
cub faro left."
Walter (benignly) "Ah, sir, you
don't appreciate thu beneilclul effect
of a good, utter-dinner walk!"
We extend a most cordial
Invitation to all interested
In pure millc 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
here the Idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
Own a home in the College Hills sub
urb. Modern Improvements at hand.
Ten-mlnule car service! gas; eleetrio
light: city water. Close to Oahu College.
32 Lots Only for Sale
nasy lerms 1-3 cash, 1-3 one year,
1-3 two years. Interest at 0.
On Lilted Stocks and Improved
Real Estate'. We buy and tell
Stocks and Bonds and make In
vestments for others In approved
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
The board of agriculture will once
more struggle with the proposed nv
gtilatlous for the tptarantlne of dog')
coming Into (he Territory, the matter
being slated for a meeting to be lielu
t'onictlinc next week.
The regnlutlims have been going
uacii and forth between the board aml'i,,,. iiy rurther than it lias done ill
the Governor for over a month nowi
and unless matters are considerably
changed when the meeting ionics off
next week It is understood that iioth-l
lug delllulte can be done.
The trouble is occurring In conuec-
tlon with whether or not exceptions
thoitld be made lu the case of dos-s
coming from countries where rabies
does not exist. The board lifter a
lengthy discussion on this mutter tie-
elded not to make any exceptions nt
nil in view of Hie fact that In nearly
Real Estate for Sale
An opportunity for the investment of $2000 in a 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 ore reasonable)
our terms liberal.
Punchbowl Slope 3 Bedrooms $30.00
Young Street 2 " 30.00
Monoa Valley 2 " 60.00
Beretanla Street 3 " 25.00
10GG FORT STREET
The Office of the
Is 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
every case the animals must cross III
fecleil rotiutry to get hero: Then tin
further objection was raised In tlio
case of dogs coming from a lion In
fected country by sea that there might
bo a dog on Ixiard that came from uu
Infected country and that otuo more
there would bo the possibility of tlio
The Governor bus lieen In favor ol
making the exception and when the
regulations came before him on n pre
vlous occasion ho made this change.
The committee on iiuliiial industry is
to see him before the meeting (tunes
along and try to arrange matters but
It Is considered doubtful if this can
Thu regulation In connection with
the thimble berry will also be brought
iiji again ami lu all probability passed
without any further trouble. The plan
of Hie board is to stoji this pest spread
it.a(y. Several other matters or lulu
r Iniportiincu are also slated to ionic
u, fr discussion,
pick your own locality for a home
and call up Hie Island Invest nt Co,
1 til., phone 1X81, Hkl-tStungcnwuhl
building, mid have It suit you. Costs
It's easy for a girl to convince it
young matt that she udnilres hint ir she
; i i i i
l'r .11a) or
J. Al. IIOUSKTT
l'iir Siiprnlsors (7)
C. 0. llAUTI.iriT,
.IAS. II. IIO YD,
A. I). CASTIIO
I!. . IKII'IIHiT,
c. ii. coiiKi:,
R II. wdijkiioo.si:
l-Mltor i: von lug llul lotln:
I notice that your list of proiosed
caniilihileH contains thu iituiiu of
Judge .Miihaulua of Wiilalun. 1 like
tho Judge and he will luiiko it good
mail, but I am wondering whether It
wllj conlllct wltli his ponllloii as mag
iFtrulo. Wlthnut in any way relied
lug on the JihIro, 1 would respectfully
suggest the return of Andrew Cox to
the Hoard of Supervisors. Andrew has
made good In every public position In
which he 1ms heeij placed and 1
would like Io see liini buck on the
Hoard as n representative from the
rifth and Wiilalun.
Wulalua, Jan. 19. IIU2.
Hdltor Hv oiling llulletln:
I rise to second the motion of Charles
(I. Il.irtlell for Supnnlsor. Mr.'llurt
lett Is n live business in. in who would
give (Ills city u llrst class administra
tion. Ho also Juis a big following
throughout tho city and country. Get
Clarence Cooke and Charlie llartlell
im' tlio Hoard and you will hae two
good workers who may represent
widely opposilo elements, but would
certainly work together for tho gen
eral welfare of this city.
Honolulu, Jan. 2U, 1III2.
Comment on the suggested list of
candidates for Supervisor that has
ctiine to the llulletln lu the last
twenty-four bourn furnishes, food for
Ono of the very Interesting phases
of the situation Is the liniiiilinlly with
when fn limbic meiillnn Is niado In
tho business district of J. M. Dowsett
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record January 19, 1912.
From 10i30 a. in. to 4i30 p. m.
Mary Mel m my to Kiln Mclueiny.. I)
Anna Kaiiio.ieliitt to Citing Sun
J II Schn.'ick and ttf to A D Castro 1
A H Castro anil vf to IjiiiU A
Louis A Perry and vf to A D Cns-
Duusetl Co Ltd to I .ie C Kual line
t al .' 1
li.e.vs. It Co ltd by trs of biinilhold-
ers to I.ee C Kual lug et ill.. Par Itel
Henry St J Naliiioleliia und wf by
ally i't nl In Chun Wong Slice et
Ned Nicholas to oii Iliiuiiu-Voiiiig
Co I, lil CM
Hunk nf Hawaii I. Id to 1'iirni Corun
I'aliu Collin lo Hank of Hawaii
Oaliu Cnlleg,, by trs to Trent Trust
Co Ltd D
Entered for Record January 20, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Kll.nli.'th l Smith an. I bsb lo Sam
uel M Kiiiiakunui I)
NEW SHIPMENT OF
FOR PHOTOS, POST CARDS
In Paper, Cloth, Leather and
Burnt Leather Covers All Sites
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPI.IIV PIUNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotel Street
House and Lot, Pulnmn l.SRO
House and Lot, l'ahima 2,000
Ilousa and Lot, Pallium 1,200
rlouse and Lot, Asylum Itn.iil.. 2,500
Htiilrnf.fi Prnpoi ly, Queen and
llullillni; l.ol, lleretniila Hlreet.. 3C.000
Guardian Trust Co.Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
BY E. S. GOODHUE.
There was an old man who got mud,
And Immediately kiiIi! something bail,
,mi oecausu Airs, n
IN.itnrti.il tlt.'it Im
Was an old mall who ipilckly got mud.
Tlieiu was a Judge who derided
That be knew iiiiteh iitoio than I did,
!'o 'twas put lo the test,
And the .Itnli'e entile nut tieftl.
ISecatiso 'twas the' Judge who decided.'
There was a man named Thomas Itlnic
Who could do everything but think;
So they gave Is Is is calxes' brains,
About twenty-four grains
lu the place of his own, poor llliik!
There was n person III Koua,
Who turned mil to be a Jonah,
Just because he refused
To have beef that he used,
A single day younger than Koua.
Titer- wan n woman In Keauliou,
So foolishly fat she couldn't go;
So sho It I red a maculae,
And .Mitt ought to have seen,
The pounds sho lost lu Keauhnu.
There was a young man In Kallua,
Who was always so gloriously sure,
That ho offered to bet
He could stay and not sweat
I'or six happy mouths in Kallua.
A man In Kcalahekua
1 1 ml nothing ul nil to do, ah,
So ho bought a machine
And Is now to bo seen
lllowlng up tltes lu Kealakekuli.
Limerick, Jan. 12, 1912.
Klsle Navlkoff, aged 17, 'of I.os An
geles, Cal., lu Juvenile Court there,
declared patents in tho Russian col
ony there me holding COti girts for
barter lo men wishing wives and are
selling their daughters Into matrimony
for $5IH) each.
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Wong Clue lii Lee Cliau CM
Makalekii K Lo and Itsb to W H
John K While and wf to l.eoni;
Unil IV,,, 1)
.Mm K While and t to Pauline
Hurt Sr I)
Piiulliie Hart Sr mid "I to Joint Iv
Kala Ltipt-uiil to V II l.alnahnlo. .. D
W II Uilitahiilo and wf to Kala
I.upeiiul r D
S K Pikn and wf lo Shlpinan &
II A i lei laeh lo Hl.il.ujlro Segnwa
and wf Itel
W Kenu In Malkal Kino it ul .... D
r.iiiiim V Harrison mid hsb to A M
II Wiiterlioiise Trust Co Ltd to
Trent Trust Co Ltd D
.ItMcph II I. Kiiro to Samuel N
.1 1) Niielui lo Clara (i llryaut M
Cups and Saucers
for engagement presents gladden'
the heart of every prospective
We have them In all sizes and
at all prices
A stroll through our Chlnaware
Department v. ill be enjoyed b
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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