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. mi (lire,
'Unit Mveefrii nil mj Brit ft with lt
f If Kulilo linn seilous thoughts he
iniiist ptcpare In tlilnk I hem now
How ni.nj iJc.it Iih must occur 1 1 fine
Jn liom Ii patrol Is ontabllstn-il nt Wi.l
j kiki hiilblii). benches?
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i Everjouo thought Sam Johnson
, would soon gel tlrcil of confining him
self (o the polities of I'ahoa.
If Theodore Hooscvelt In not a can
didate, she kdiiIiI not cure what tho
'J Cook County Republicans iln.
1l t. tori 'iinillnuu' Hlllfl fnltitt lu In
.jell reasonably Idle anil profit by the
V, mlt'iken or the Itcpiibllean factions
Hawaii needs honesty (imcruot
Kspcclally In the Dcpnitiiiciit of
When Ooprnor Frenr says lie Is
rnot lighting mlnilmlllH It must be he
thiui fclven up the lilea (if calllnr Ji tes
lUinn of the Legislature.
Mr. Thurston's letter accepting the
..contract proponed for the coi.3rrcllnn
t of the llllo wharf Is another wiy of
; fcaylnp that .Mr. Wakcllcld wins.
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(Inventor Froar says ho stands nu
' his record for efficient 3ovoriun"iit
y3wi hu Include the Dcpirtnioit of
! Public Works, or did hu uavo hlr
f fingers rrosFed?
y r-rrrrrr r
.Inrrcaso In tho army and navy es-
K tabllBjiiiietit Is assured Wlnt llnno-
llulu should now light for Is Increase
Eln the number of American ships tn
carry the tourists.
If the Knutliern Pacific has taken
I' temporary control of the Ocean I"
' Company, lml should foreshadow no
Slack 'of American ships for the Aus
jIt Is highly encouraging In seo that
tho orgaulred work now under way
, to combat the ravages of tho Medl
'tcrranean fruit lly, which Is threaten
, lng the destruction of all our island
fruits, Is meeting with snino success
not, only because of tho "clean cul
ture" campaign hut also becaiiKo or
tho co-operation of the people with
fthe Hoard of Agriculture which
t through Its office of "Krult Kly ("on
' trol" has tho work well In hand Two
bills have been Introduced In the
Homo of Itcprcsentnthcs In Wash
ington, In which Hpprnprl.it Hum are
iisked enabling a light to ho organ
ized "against the destructive lly In
'(tils 'Tc'rrlloty. One Ullt calls for
$&'i),0(M and Is Introduced by C.ou
ijfirensinnn Kahn of California, and the
oilier by a colleague of his' from the
same Ktato asking for n subsidy of
80.DO0. Itnth bills read nearly alike
In tho text, and In both tho provision
Ik made thai tho money appropriated
ls."to bo expended hy the IJ S Human
of Kntmnnlngy under the direction of
the Kecretary of Agriculture"
tjWwoll, lion what havo jou learned
int-collcep? Can you rccoiihtruct i.
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f igJI(womlO, Jf thoso iiiins
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fe'memiior of tho put) "Thoy Imvoi
ijen 'put '
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FEBRUARY, 6, 1912
tralian run IT nn additional arc need
ed. The I) it 1 1 (Ml li as tho first to
publish the newis Cvtract from i let
ter of Hurmm (Jenernl Illue
It's the Mime old story. If jou unlit
tn Ret the pens )ou must Ret tho
II u I let I ii riery day.
Inu't it rather HtratiRo thnt durliiK
the ji'nr of the city's Brcntest pros
perity no place can bo found for the
school children In the Floral I'arnde.
If the tots do not care to walk, why
should nut some prmlsloti bo made
for (Ik in to ride?
.IiiiIrIuk fiiitn (!oeriior Krear'n lat
est utterance he takes his program
from (lie platform of the Iln I let In
for fair play. Now If ho will he ab
solutely straightforward about It and
priitlie It In his dealings with the
public, he'll have tho situation down
(lleii a clean town, a permanently
rlenn town, ami Honolulu will h.ivc a
continually Increasing and dependable
tourist trade So, Mr Mercli int and
Mi. Householder anil Mr. Dig lluMucs.i
Alan, don't yon bollcvo tn.it one. mil
lion dollars Invented In Koping Ho
nolulu clean Is by all od.ls Ilia most
attractUo investment of tho hour.
Tho test of every man In public of
fice should bo his ability to make
good. This Is the measure that I'n
glneer Gore evidently uses. Take for
Instance two of the men who hao
been ery much In Hie public eye.
Charlie Wilson lias evidently been put
to a task that Is too hlg Tor him.
Charlie Clark, on the other hand, who
Is supposed to ho more of n politician
than Wilson, has made a first class
iccord In tho position to which -ho wns
nsslgned. Ho Is efficient. Clark stays
and Wilson gives way for another.
That Is exactly in It should bo. Now
with .Mr. Caldwell, tho samo practice
Bhould apply. If ho makes good he
should stay. If not, ho should mnko
way for another. Itesults nro what
tho pcoplo are after.
As It may bo of Interest to those
who nro locally engaged lu tho fight
ngalnst tho fruit lly we glvo tho text
of the bill, which was Introduced by
Congressmen Hayes and Kahn on Jan
nary I, 11)12. in the Houso of Kepro
sentatlves, It rends:
Making an Appropriation to AnslBt
In Stamping Out tho Mediterra
nean Fly In the Territory ot Ha
waii, tin It enact) d by the Senate and
House of Representatives or the Unit
ed Slates of America In Congress As
sembled, That tho sum of fifty thou
sand dollars, or so much thereof us
may he necessary, bo and tho samo Is
hereby appropriated out of nny money
In tho Tiensury not othorwlso appro
priated, In he expciiileil by Hie Ilurenu
of Kiiliiniiiliig) imdor tho direction of
tho Secretary of Agriculture, In the
study nt ttho habits mid enemies of
tho Mediterranean lly, nnd to assist
the peoplo of Hawaii In stamping out
this pest and stopping Its ravages In
said Territory "
economize on our honmhold oxpensos.
Hnbbv nnn.n , ai.i .... ..,.'i.
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' w,r"' I wont to all ilio bakeries fnr
1.1....1... ., ....
'" """""I nun uivn I uougni 11
dozen doughnuts at tho bakery that
puis tuo sniallost holes In them.
flood-naiuicd father: This Is splon
did nut ciko vou'vo made today, niv
I helped hake
Did oil, sou?
I cracked the nuts,
Wo must ndmlt Hint it Is difficult
for thoso versed In tho past mid ptes-'
.cut work of the expert entomologists,
in mo employ oi tno Keilernl nnd Tcr-
lllorlnl experiment stations ,nt Ho
nolulu to understand why there
should bo any necessity for further
scientific nsslstnncc rrom tho depart
ment nt Washington In tho local en-'
tomologlcal campaign. Should Con- ji
gross net favorable towards the bills
lefcrred to, It would probably ineiin
the establishment hero of n sub-hu-j
rcuu of entomology under the direct
supervision of tho I J, S. Uuronii m
Washington with an mlclitlonnl start
of export cntonlnloglstK to do or to
duplicate work which Is now being '
efficiently accomplished by our Ter
ritorial Hoard of Agrlcultuic, whose
members nio nt nil tlino co-operating
with the local V. S. Kxperlment Sta
tion In this particular work. Tho
custom has been on tho inulnlnnd for
tho I' S. Iliireau of Kntnmology to
establish suh-stntlons In tho dlfTercnt
States where work wim to be done
under appropriations passed by Con
giesM which provided Hint tho money
wns to be expended by the lliire.iu
under the direction of tho Secrelnry
Should tho Ilurenu of Kntouiology
send more experts hero, ns would bo
more than likely, It Is Hiifo to predict
that n clash will occur among the dif
ferent authorities, and that tho main
issues will be lost sight of In a dif
ference of opinions ns to methods In
obtaining thho same results.
Thero nro already In tho Territory
six or seven expert, economic ento
mologists nnd the co-oucr.'illon, of nil
of these has been sought nnd obtained
by tho Hoard of Agriculture, with, up
to the present, most satlbfaclory re
While- tho well-plnnneil "clean cul
ture" campaign agnlnst tho Mediter
ranean, fruit lly pest Iiur been going
along satisfactorily nnd harmonious
ly, tho entomologists liavo not lost
time In their efTorlfl to deal with tho
fruit fly In n manlier nt effective uh
that adopted by the sugar planters In
their light against tho enno leaf-hopper
nnd the cano borer. Tho great
success of some of those, scientists lu
finding, Introducing, nml finally es
tablished parasites to prey on tho two
last-named pests Is well known hero
ns well n,s In scientific circles abroad.
Their expert wprk on these partle
ulnr lines cannot bo Improved upon
by experiments of new nnd untried
entomologists who nro yet unac
quainted with our pecullnr cllmntlc
conditions nnd environments, which
It takes tho study of yours to becomo
It sreniB difficult tn tho thinking
men thai good reasons snouiil exist
for n further Increase In tho staff of
scientists, especially of those who
claim to ho experts In economic en
tomology. Tho "now men" would
probably through their unfamlllarlty
with local conditions change tho
"clenn culture" methods so fur suc
cessfully adopted by tho Territorial
Hoard of Agriculture, and with two
organizations In tho Held, thero would
llkoiy uo mucn over-mpping nnu imp-
Mention of work, to say nothing ntont
tho unavoidable friction with house
holders nnd others. It Is nnt diffi
cult to forecast either that tho para
sitic end of tho campaign would bo
entirely dropped by tho Trrrltory! not
withstanding tho fnct tfiat arrange
ments nro now practically concluded
for tho sending of n noted economic
entomologist to troplcnl West Africa
(which Is said by noted authorities to
We oxtsnol most cordial
Invitation to all Interested
In pur milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In this depot Is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and tho visitor can ses
In the extreme cleanliness
here the Idea that we are
enforcing at wry contrib
no word to express
the efficacy of
in the treatment
bo tho homo of tho fruit lly) In scaich
ot u possible effective pnranlto lu
tho preparation of tho lallcr work tho
Uoaid or Agrlcultuio and tho I'. B.
Kxperimcnt Station have co-opcralcd
during tho past months.
We can seo no objection to financial
aid frpm Congress, but It Is to bo
hoped (hat the expenditure of such a
subsidy will ho entirely under tho
control of tho Sccrctaiy of Agricul
ture, who will then ho enabled to act
Ihrougu tho U. S. Experiment, Station
nt Honolulu mid not through tho Ilu
renu of Entomology.
Dr. Wilcox, tho Director of tho Sta
tion, who Is tho local disbursing offi
cer of tho II. S. Depaitment of 'Agri
culture, Ik, through his past round,
ii guarantee of n saving of expendi
tures and, beyond 'doubl, with his own
stalT, that ,of the Territorial Hoard of
Agriculture together with the con
tinued cooperation of llTe other expeit
entomologists already hero, the pres
ent good work could continue without
the questionable necessity of nddlng
lu the local staff of entomologists,
which fceniK now out of proportion to
tho slzo nnd demands of this small
Territory. Should men ho sent hero
from Washington nono nt our local
entomologists would feel Justllled lu
continuing tho parasitic work which
would plainly ho taken out of their
hands and delegated to the represen
tatives of tho Federal llurcau, and It
Is snfo to Hay that the latter would
not send Its best man here and thnt
tho cnmpnlgn now so successfully In
augurated would bdirolegated to tho
AT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Superintendent vt, lMucutlon Willis
T. l'ope. has lecelvid reports, from the.
Hoys' Industrial School stating that all
the Improvements pnsd mi by the
board of education 'cniniiilsslpncrfl nt
Its last niii'tltiii have been carried out
Answers am beglnnlnn to come In 1
in connection with th(' renlutlnnt piss- Water. Fortunately thu paddles were
ed by that body suggesting Hint no In the canoe, and calling to young Wll
tnore )nuiig boys should be sejit thero' Hams to follow on his board he pad
,,,, llFn ,,,, ,, ,,. )hi f linyHort
HK,Mi,i pc HOnt there for the present.
Homo of the people to whom this re
iliiest was sent are rnthcr Inclined to
kick ugiilust tlu resolution and think
Hint If the board liuil made morn In
ipilrlcs It would have found out that
the i'iiho was not so bad ns nt llrst
I- ,n mince nt preparation (or (he
Floral I'arnde nun- Is viorlh a pound
nf hurry Inler mi.
Real Estate for Sale
Modern lluur.alotv mid half ncro of
laud. Well Improved with plants and
llargalu price for ipilck sale.
Mo'lini liuiiKnlnw and 10,000 bcj. ft.
of land In the Maklkl District.
I'rh i reatoilable
' L'ar.i,or Instalments.
Walnlae ltd. mid 0th Ave $15
Matlock Ave 3')
Kiilakiiu.i Ave 'ju
Miino.i Valley r.n
Wlldvr Ave in
Knlukmm Ave , c
WnlMId lleuch til
laiiinlllo Ht, opp. Kew.ilo... , 1 US
I'nloln Hill t. .'.,.13
Kahala Beach ...... v S3
Nine Acres Land
Mellow, level Until riclt sail, no,ltone?
wntor at hand, Is surrounded by rap
Idlyrjrowing suburbs at Kalmukl,
Ocean View, Walalao' Heights, Palolo
Hill. Is also sultabls for residential
loli. This Is an ideal ipet for truck
farming from the standpoint of both
Furnished lions on Oreen
Street (45 P'r month
Homo at Trogloan Place,
Dcretanla Street, near
Alapai Street... $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
BOY WAS HERO
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someone was playing In the surf.
Alexander 1 1 11 1110 Ford was also on
the beach in IiIm bathing suit. At the
llrst cry lie decided that, Jist or no
jest, the cry should be heeded, and,
hoMiir the smallest culioo on the bench
by Its outriggers he ran down the
strand with it and plunged Into tlm
dled for the two heads that bobbed lit
and down ut scu,
It wns seen now by those ashore that
there wero three drowning people. From
everywhere people now hurried to tho
bench. The little ciinoo nnd thu board
raced for the drowning trio. Two of
these were ill front of tho other, n
man and 11 woman. On these two thu
entire attention oOtho limn lu the ca
noe and the boy on the board was con
tered. They saw no one else, anil know
nothing ot tho third drowning person,
Copying OKI Prints
olfico III the new Tclcphono Building.
Adams Lane, Is open on week days
from 7 p. m. to 5l30 p. m. on Sundays
from 8 to 10 a. m., and for ships' mes
sages until 11 every night
Prizes and Favors
FOfl PARTIES AND DINNER8
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
but lliotc on tlm tieaeli saw him throw
up Ills bauds soiiin lirty feet beyond
Hie 111:111 mid 'woman, and. go down. II.'
did not (unto up again. For once Ford
steered 11 canol straight ,mul true to the
nark and the boy sent his hoard speed
ing on ngalnst the waves. The canoe
reached the man and woman Just lis
the man had given' up and was going
down. The woman lloated for 11 mo
ment mid. then' sank.
,1'he on noc was built for the smallest
member of the ilub. Weljlunrtll Mist,
mill could bold but one grown person
or two viry small oungKters. Foul
succeeded lu siippoitlug the mall and
woman by holding on to tho canoe un
til Ralph Williams arrived with the
board, then, plating the iiiiinuscloii"
woiuali on the board, be turned to the
"Never mind me
lug man, "I'll try
1 oard, but there's
' cried tlio drown
to bold 011 tn tho
a man out there.
ImV gone down."
"My fatlur Is out there; tluro Is 11"
0110 lse," (I led, young Williams, "You
go and dive for my father; I'll take the
i It was true, clcmi-cut brnvery
! through mid through. ."nnl knew thnt
he coubV- leave both the man mid'thc
woman toiieb 11 boy, i-n be chunhercd
Into the (ocklo shell online mid paddled
out to dive for the man who had given
this life' hi mi atleuint to save 11 strang
er. Hut the w'nter wns murky, mid aft
Edge 30 Plates
Twice as rapid nx ordinal y Mini
mid plate l'.ll tlclllarly uduptid
In high-speed lenses.
I'm them for (.iiillex or up
dally eiiilppeil .Kodaks
Tallin prleu as ordluaiy films
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COIU.HY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CC
17 Hotel Btret
r one dive For'l found that , wlicra.lt
ltiul beeil sl.iuilder ilcep 11 fcvV weeka".
ago, mi occ.iti current bad washed away
the sand until It vviim bcjoial his depth.
Once more be got Into the canoo mid
paddled back, to secure tlio native div
ing boys Ho found young Williams
Mill handling the two drowning people
- the woman on bis board and tho man
illnghiB to It -the boy pushing tlm
board fnrwnril ns hard 11 m he could
through water beyond his depth. Hluil
low vwitcr was reached nt lust nml
Duke Kahaiiamoku came up mid took
I tin- unman on his board until hu could
1 lift her lit his iirms'miil wade to the
bench. Tho hum In the ineaiitlma was
J seeking to enre for himself, but, tired
I out, he wns seined with cramps unit
infra In tin! Uttie canoe had to go to till
I Finally both the drowning pcoplo
wero safely brought to the beach nnd
the native boys were sent out In n en
mo losearch Tor the missing body of
the drowned man. ,
Two men from tho Colorado vvern In
Hwliimiltisc nml heard the cry nf a wo.
man lu distress They put out hi her
illieetlou mid found Mrs. Carlson striuj
Cling In the vviivom far beyond her
depth. Wright una the better swim
mer mid took chnrKo of the woman. Ho
knew bis chum wns drowning, but
could not let Hie woman go. Ho called
for help, but the drowning man was
far out and It Is probable that tho llrnl
irles were not heard.
The unlive hoys searched ror thu
I ody In a canoe, but on account of
tlm muiblluesii ot the water believed
that It would be inures to dive mid feel
along the bottom.
Ford Gives Crodit.
t-penkliig of the lesejic this morning
.Mexnnder Hume Kord snld: "JTy real
Ire Hint 11 foiutein-year-old boy could
dl-play the true grit mid bravery show 11
by jnung Williams must iiuiko every
member of the Outrigger Club teet
proud or the organisation that develop!
siiili )oungsters. The little chap be;
lleveil that Ills father was drowning,
but bo had been given the duly "f sav
ing the life or a vvommi mid lie stuck
to It. Alone for ut least ilvo minutes
this little fellow In water beyond -bis
drpth ki pt 1111 tiiHonscious woman 011
his surfboard, while a drowning linn
iilro clung to the Utile plunk, and ho
drove that board with Its human
fielebt toward shore and reached shaU
low water before any grown pitson was
Kiieiessmi lu getting out to give 11
hand. It Is something for a small boy
to have to his credit that, new to tlio
oeein, he lias saved two hum. ill lives,
hut, then, come to think about It, 11
lias Invariably been the small boys at
Will hi I; I that have done the life saving.
There are the Hiistaeo ,'oys, with 11
score or lire savings to their credit, and
none of them twenty onrs nf age yet.
Hut I tuku ofT my bat tn young Ilntpli
Williams. He believed his father waa
drowning, but did not for a moment de
sert the woman under Ills charge or
swerve 11 second from his duty, I am
proud of tho' Outrigger Club iiiufihti
manly hoy's It develops." '
Halph Williams Is a modest llttlu
fellow He Is fourteen jears old, the
son of Rev and Mrs. Fv a." Williams,
his father being the new rector of Kt.
Cleinenl's llalpfi learned' In swim be
fore coming to Honolulu. Ho happen
(d to luive u surfboard handy. Is his
modest explanation, and did what he
Although thetu wero nnt so many
deaths as dining thu last peiloil of
sixteen diivH tuberculosis (.till heads
tho list with nino fatal cues, accord
ing In Hie report made In the hoard
of, health by Ihn registrar of blrtha,
dottha and marriages.
Tho only oilier cases reported were
two denthii fiom typhoid fever.
BBJT-BULLETIN ADR PAV-aw
Cups and Saucers
for engagement presents gladden
the heart ot every prospeotiva
Wo have them In all sites' and
it all prices.
A stroll through our Chinaware
Department will be enjoyed by
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