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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1912.
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FEBRUARY 24, 1912
fjil U Hi) hlliiil, nr li.nll) regulated, when l encroaches mi I he right
I hers. Oucsucl.
CSE SUGAR PROFITS TO HELP THIS TOWN.
foil people ili not rc.illrn sliat you
pis statement 111 effect, If iuJJ ,he
ItV wording, was made on Ifu.i)
: men speaking before assemblies
lonolulu business uml professional
wlio made UiIh comment
ICIiarli-H lireen, (lie Sim Francisco
I Whltaker, of tin- John Howies
' Klt7liiiiirlri. itf tli I Jitiilnn
I speaking lit th Honolulu Air
luncheon held at tin, noun hour;
'. Allen, of Calgary, Canada,
. Kravvley, of California,
d Mr. Muck of HelllUKhiiiii, Wash
in, speaking at the assembly of
llands-Arijund-the-l'aellle Club lu
e men who have offered thin com-
1 utter luaklliB Kilne what of a
f'of the Inlands anil becomini; ac-
ited wltli a feu of our ultruc-
5, are men wlio have "done things"
' selves, wlio lime Uaveleil exteus-
J und who have Seen how otliei
minifies have grown and pros-
1 by making their udviintiiges
In to the traveling public
e II il I I u t i H believes these
ds of Honolulu know what the)
biking about. It Ik what this pa-
laa been preaching lu season ami
sometimes ninth to the disgust ol
K of our fellow -citizens who be-
I that (lie Islands possess nothing
Ii while, exiept sugar untiling
,n mentioning, exiept sugar
ng worth the attention of anyone
the "llttlH tradesmen" except
StiK'ir Is all tight and n necessity of
Hut the extraordinary prosperity of
the sugar ludustiy ought to result lu
mole money being spent In developing
this Held as a tourist haven.
Instead of the measley pittance
which the l'lomotliin Committeu now
has, at least one hundred thousand
dollars should be made available fin
that orgahl7ntlnu each year. It will
leliiru more than a million. -
Instead of crlhg and w hilling ev
ery time u niomeiitailly expensive
move lu made for assuring the sani
tary future of Honolulu, the men lu
uctlwi business should net out and sec
ond the motion not only with theli
moral support but with the inonej
that is falling Into their lap during
The lsllors lire right. Our own
people do not realize what we have
here and they haven't learned to
spend their money on much of any
thing except sugar.
Hut the time Is coming when a
change should come over the men of
means and big enterprises.
Sugar has leached the limit of Its
development lu the Held. There art
millions lu the tourist business pio
vided the men who have conquered the
Intricate detail of sugar nianiifactiile
and have come to appreciate the valtn
of u H.mltary plantation camp, will
give a tithe of the same study and
appicclatlim tn tlielr home town.
Stockholders of the .Matsou Naviga
tion Company are setting the pace lu
one direction by Investing in a new
passenger steamer. The good work
should be continued lu other diiec
tlonu by all luteiests, ami all should
remember that a clean town Is the
secret of success.
'TIS GOOD FOR HONOLULU.
was certainly a unique. Interest-
nil valuable assembly that got to-
r Friday evening under the aus
Lof the Huiids-Aiound-the-l'nelllu
'', It could not be duplicated else
'e on tills earth; it could not fail
. iterest the visitors and the resl
'l of Honolulu through the ex
go of opinions; It Is of the ut
',' value, to the comnitiulty to have
of the cosmoiolltuu population
ogcther once in a while to learn
' Igh social contact w lint the other
K Is like, uml become better uc
jlted with his point of view.
o response of the audience to the
'excellent Impromptu remarks
id that community enthusiasm is
und needs only to be tanned. It
ibe bubbling over und effervesc
A'hen It ciin break foith lu such
volumes over such atrocious viands as
were offered for the stomach's sake.
The II u 1 1 ii 1 1 n questions very
much the advisability of the Territory
spending any money for the pur
poses proposed by the lluuds-Arouud
the-I'aclllc-Club, while the established
ami well organised Promotion Com
mittee has to go begging. Hut re
gardless of dlffeiences over a matter
that may be passed lip to the regular
ly elected representatives of the peo
ple, it Is a mighty good thing for nil
elements of the city of Honolulu to
get together ill uu atmosphere which
makes each one feel that he is a fac
tor uml cull help lu some brunch of
the work of making the town more ut-
tructlve, it better pluce lo visit and a
more comfortable place lu which to
establish u home.
(Contlnuad Irom Pag 1)
several head of cattlv und sheep nro
a pail Poultry In crates are also to
be taken along on Iho trip.
The Hestoier Is to carry suinclent
stores and provisions for the Midway
cable colony, to iclleve the little
schooner I'laurenco Ward from limit-J
in,; one trip. The Ward was to have
sailed for Midway the 1st of March,
but her sailing Im I'eeli cancelled
witli the arrival of the Hestoier.
Restorer Mas Been Awaiting Orders
The Hes'oier has not been very act
ive since her departure from Honolii.
lu several years ngo. The vessel lias
made Ksipilmnlt her station nnd tlur-
Ing her stay on me coast repaiieii ono
cable and lelald another Willi this
exception and a few minor repair Jobi
Hie vessel has been Idle.
On board the Itestorer is n company
if eighty men Including olllcers, ca
ble experts mid socialists. Desplto
her raher lougli trip down from the
sound, the vessel arrived at her berth
it Hallway vvhatf this morning, pre
lentlug a line and well-groomed ap
pearance. Captain Combe Greets Old Friends.
Captain II. C. Combe, master of the
Hestoier, expressed himself as feeling
like u prodigal on his return to Hono
lulu this morning. Captain Combe ins
i large circle of friends and acquaint-,
.luces formed here on former visits of I
he vessel. He Is one of the few olll
cers In the ship who have lemaliied in
the vessel for a number of years. Cap
tain Com he stated tills morning that il
was the Intention to ship a lo7en or
mole llawalians on the trip us boat
men. After clearing Flattery, (he Itestor
r met with considerable rough weath
r, but no damage was douo through
ales or seas that swept over the ves-i
ii'l. Ah the steamer neared the Isl-,
mis a decided Improvement lu the
iveathei was noted.
Former Honolulans on Board.
In William Wright, purser lu the He-
toier, a well-known Honolulu boy
las i plumed to his home. He Is a
.on of W. Wright, the canlage
nauufactuier, and for years was cop-,
icclcil wllli the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company In several capac-.
ties aboard the steamers and on the
C. W. Scott, blacksmith lit the He-1
toier, Is a Honolulaii mid soon found
i number of old cronies with whom
Me iKissesses u lasting acquaintance.
J. A. Itobb, cliter steward In the vea
iel, was once a member of the Hollo
'ulii dun Club, and kiskcsscs high
ank as a marksman with that omanl-
ailctn . I
' Chief Officer A. Illchardson has
rlouds liv the score lu Honolulu, lie
laving been very isipular In all elides
luring the last nt:iy or the Hestoier at
Chler KiiKlnecr Howell Is another or
iclal aboard Ibe Vessel who looked
'oivvanl with pleasure to u leliiru to
he Hawaiian Islands and Honolulu in
No time Is to be lost In effecting Iho
cpalr to Ihe now disabled lino or ca
'ile commiiiilcntlon rrom Midway to'
liiam Island . Iho Hestoier Is pro
vided with all necessary apparatus.
The steamer will proceed to Midway.
Theie her olllcers will hold a conTcr
Mice with tlie stafT stationed there. In
letrrmlne the oxact location or tho
ireak. The cable operatives possess'
iistriinients which are capahlo or des
'gnatlng the location or the "break" to,
vlthln a very short distance i
The Itestorer Is provided with iw.
rlul giappllng Irons which can be
loweied to great depths. The cable
will then bo hauled up, then buoyed,'
.iu i oe uesiorer men proceeds to
Are You Planning To Have a Part in the
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March 18 to 31
Real Estate Values Rising
Conditions indicaU that within a short
tirn. real cstata will b. of nrtater
value. To put off lb. time of buying
mtans that you will hav to pay mora
nion.y. Save by buying now.
1. KAIMUKI LOT8 AT 300 EACH
2. COLLEGE HILLS LOTS AT 10c and 12c 8Q. FT.
3. LOT8 NEAR.OHERIDAN STREET $800
4. BUNGALOW AfjD 6 1-3 ACRES, MANOA 16000
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TRENT tRtlST COMPANY, LTD.
distance to cecum another end of the
Hot Ii ends buoyed, a rpllco Is made,
which, when completed, enables tho
cable to be loweied after all tests
have proved satisfactory ami ludlcata
that the lino of communication is ie-i
It was stuted this morning that tho
Itestorer might be detained at Midway
Island lor a week or morn after com
pleting the Job or splicing the main
cable, In order that lepalrs and u gen
eial overhauling or the shore end of
the cable might be effected. This mat-,
ter will, however, be determined on
arrival of tho Restorer at Midway. I
Captain l'iltz, master or the cabin
company supply schooner Flaurencu
Waul, It was stated this morning,
would accompany the Itestorer to tho
lonely cahlo station In the mld-1'acltlc.
Furnltlied houi on Gretn
Gtret $45 par month
House at Trtgloan Place,
Beretnnla Street, near
Alapal Gtreet...$25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
lloo-e nnd Lot, Pa hi mu 1.C60
Hoiiks und Lot, I'uluniu li.UUU
Moose and Lot, I'uluuia 1,200
House nnd Lot, Asylum Itoad.. 3,01111
liUNlnes Property, Queen und
' IlulldliiK Lot. Ilervtiinlu Street.. 35.001)
House mid Lot, 9th Ave, Kill-
lions., mid Lot, 9th Ave.. Kul-
llulldliig Lots, Kevvalo 1,000
liunliieNN l'roperty, Kiikul Lulls. S,6i
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
O.cond Floor. Judd Building
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Dox (140
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.
Dtlnuo the "Kill Kulilo" cam-
I, and political chaos, retrogres-
and iiuiulclpal Incompetence Is a
tjout the "Kill Kuhlo" caiiiialgn
the certainty or political pence,
resfl und niuiilclpul etllelency Is
That's the political situation In the
Republican party today and the atti
tude or party leaders will determine
whether they are men or caliber cap
able of meeting a dllllciilt situation or
tin-pot politicians weaker than the
weakest whom they may assume to
to' theso colors fasti
aBkeil the "lie's begliinln' lo," lopllcd Mr
Cornlossel "lie's been shovvln' mu
. . , .. ,, wheie we could liave soino ilaiidy golf
answered tho truth- ... , , ,. ,, , , ,
liliks an' liow eiiKV II would be lo turn
iJlfk. jthe barn Into a garage."
' nd wlint might you mean by,.
, Jjif I " Wealth doesn't always Insure
v !,. lie'y'ro fust enough one way. kindly coiislilerulion fiom those with
f '''!yTll run tho (list llnie limy get a whom wu como lu contact."
',"&". I "TlinfH light," lopllcd Mr. riimmx
iWktkl ("Comparatively few people uie as ix-
ffc oes your boy, Josh, take un Inlor- tiomely polite to mo us I have tu be
ffi ; nthe farm?" I to my chef and my chauffeur."
es und no,'
W sxtsnd a most cordial
Invitation to all Intsrsstsd
In purs milk to visit our
depot on 8horidn strsst
In this dspot Is handlad
all ths milk di.trlbut.d by
us, and the visitor can sea
In the extreme cleanliness
here the Idea that wa are
enforcing at tvtry contrib
Tho Purine Commercial Cahlo
steamer Itestorer may remain nt Ho
nolulu Tor an Indellnlto Hrlod follow
ing her tot in n rrom Midway Island.
Such Is thu sentiment generally ex-,
prcused by sovoral or her olllcers on
arrival this morning. j
Tho break in traus-Paclflc commit'
ideation which occurred a forlnlght
ago and which has resulted lu tho loss
or a good many thousand dollars In
cablo tolls to the company, has plain
ly demonstrated the urgent necossly
Conducts all classes, of Audita ana
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
oi. all kinds of financial work
Sugvcstions given (or simplifying
or systematizing office woik. All
Real Estate for Sale
Modi r ll Uungulovv und hulf acre, of
lupul Well Improved with plants und
liurguln price for quick sale.
Modern UiiukuIovv und 10,000 n. ft.
of luiid In the Muklkl District.
t'ush or Instalments.
Wuhilae ltd. uml tllti Ave $35
Matlock Ave 30
Kulukuiiu Ave 20
- - . Alnnmt Vulley HO
Wilder Ave to
Kulakaiiu Ave 4C
Wulklkl lleuch 40
""" Luuulllo .St., oiii. Kevvnlu 35
I'nlnlo Hill $35
Kuhul.1 Head 85
of a cablu repair nhlp at a more cen
tial point in the l'ac I lie.
Tho peiuiaiient relentlon of tho
Hestoier at Honolulu Is believed will
bo a matter tor tho Teriltorial au
thorities to determine.
It Is staled that If satlsrnctory ar
laugements could he mailo for tho set
tlemiut or liaibor or Hiit dues, the
Hestoier might remain lu the Islaus
Instead or taking station at Pugot
Sound or lliitlsh Columbian potts.
Onimitluii King (leorge, Opera
HllUHl'. Tni'taibli ulifhl. vji.iilu fin kiile
at Prniiiollun Ciiiniulllee rmiius. il,
The II ii 1 1 c 1 1 ii will vi rap nnd mall
topics of Aiuerlcaii.Ilaviiill, the latest
published liiiluslrliil ret lew of the
Island, to jour friends fur tvvi'iilj.llve
Others inaj clrriil.it papers hut the
II it 1 1 etl n Is admitted to liuu- the
and all the accessories for hang
ing the picture
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Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street . Young Hotel Building
the repairing of fine jewelry with
valuable stones to Inexperienced
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your fine rings, etc., ate safe
In our hands.
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