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EVENING BULLETIN, H0N6L(JLl, T. H, WEDNESDAY, APR. 17, 1912.
E v UN tng Bulletin
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Waliai'i R. Fakrinuton, ... Editor
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V, (.hiiutei unvwhrf 'n U 3 2. (Ml I'' Ve.f, .nywbtie In U S l.un
fr l-i n ivtti'ir 1 1 1' 3 N.uo Pti Yrar fciiywlnr n (.anuria I.Kit '
ii fo-l.tiicl trrtitn !3.tM Pel tx tttM Initltn 2.(i '
W (mi lulp make people hnghl fib our keenness, bill n-c end never ac
tomph U (HiWwij; (ell on muring people gooj exupl b our Icmlaness.
Did he icsign " via lie fired in rcponv In a well defined and justified
FOR IIONOLULU BEAUTIFUL.
'I lie wrmen of ile Outdoor Circle arc showing not only a most com
mendable pmt of cimc pride, but an apprccntion of existing conditions
ih urging that the plans for the impiovcmcnt of Knlakaua avenue sliould
lie taken up now and settled dcfimtcl) as soon as possible.
1 In argument, made before the Central Improvement Committee yester
diy afternoon, was given after the two representatives, Mrs F. J. Lowrcy
and Mis. George Sherman, had examined the merits of the proposal as
members of a special committee appointed for tint purpose.
I he) recognize, and so stale, tint funds for elaborate improvement
woik on Kalakaua avenue arc not available now. They recognize the
picking need for downtown paving But ihcv insist, and they arc right in
irsisting, that the time to begin on plans is NOW.
I hat their argum-nt is valid is amply proved by the fact that no sooner
was it made public that the improve! lent of the avenue was considered
than scores of suggestions were mid- on all sides; various schemes set
foiwnnl; criticism of any and all voiced loudlj ; and the whole matter at
once became a municipal issue.
Willi suggestions from all sides, tlr Board of Supervisors cannot act in
Icltigcnl!) on the wishes of the people unless those wishes arc crjslallizcd into
definitr proposals. The women of the Outdoor Circle arc taking the mi
tntnc in bringing this about.
Tew public matters bring forth such instant and varying response as
street improvements, and when the improvement is on a street so important
as Kalakaua avenue, the situation demands plenty of consideration. Beauty
is largely a matter of taste, and tastes arc as various as individuals. It is
to settle the many question coming up that the Central Improvement Com
mittee is taking a poll, as it were, of the various clubs allied with it.
Common sense makes it plain that if Kalakaua avenue is to be unproved
at all of which there should be no doubt a scheme thoroughly worked
out beforehand is the most economical and the mot pleasing generally.
'I he improvement club members arc scrvint; as a public-spirited, unofficial
and informal commission to determine in advance what is needed, at least,
to propose a plan which tnav be submitted for general public criticism and
B all means let this be done There cannot be trio many suggestions
providing those suggestions arc imdc before and not after the improvement is
One suggestion already made and to be very seriously considered is
whether or not the width of roadwav proposed is wide enough If I lono
lulu is to improve Kalakaua avenue at all. let the road be amply wide for
beauty and convenience.
IP" view of l)r Vlle-i late political
life. It Ih hoped that hit Ih cnjo)lug
tiniiilultiriitid peaeo now.
It Ih tint to be wnmlciid at that
Mexico Is III ,i statu of unrest all tho
time I'lMictles sell theio ten lot it
rt.ilhd than show which na) the
wind blows, the latest stiaw votes
sin pl) slum the dli'ction of tho hot
ti l r c uric nts
Wh Is it that ever) time .1 Deinci
era! attempts to delluo Democracy at
n IH.inocr.itlc mcetln;; lie has a light
on his hands'
Don t lit n little thing like n polll
ic.il convention throw join mind off
tint main line train of thought i elud
ing ii clean city ut all times, politics
or no politics
She In a way, getting niuiiltcl Is
like) using tho telephone.
lie How so?
Hhu One doesn't nlwnvH get the
purl olio wauls.
Marks So vou think .Miss llloom is
both pretty and Intellectual.' Huh I
j on can't iiiuko anyone bellovu that
I'uiks Can't 1? I inadu her bellovo
"iinve vou nml join hmlniid (dull
"Ahsoliitoly," replied Mrs I'lhuglli.
1 -jMikMiiL. fit .h. ijtfen.-v- "-tftrfflllifciflh
,ftiucrt(l,at Ibt I uslnitii at linnniuln
APRIL. 17, 1912
(Continued from Page 1)
C Impetigo, 3 mumps, I suulct fovcr.
and :i diphtheria Ah these maladies
mo not classed as iiuaraiitlnnhlu dls
eases bv the Tcderal authorities, tlio
Harpallon Is no longer detained under
the orders of tho United Suites Qunr
nntlne Scrvtic. but ship and pnssen
(,crs have been turned over to tlio Ter
rltorlnl Hoard of Health.
Nine Births on the Voyage.
Nino beings wcio ushoicd Into the
woild during tlio ongo of tho lliu
I pillion to Honolulu. In compiling the
I vital statistics tiic (initials found that
jthci llrltlsli steamer arrived hero with
I lint eight persons less than tlio num
ber enrolled when tho stntt from 01-
'We both spend nil our timo awu
fiom liomu phi) lug bridge."
She-Talking about women
MildloiH, don't )ou think the)
fight at a pinch''
Ho I am sine If there was occasion
for It, they could toiuo up to the
Iliisluessuiuu (explaining) When
they sii) "mono) Is eas)," the) meu.i
slmpl) that the stippl) Is grentei than
Ills wife llnndiiPRR' 1 shouldn't
think such n thing possible.
lrff " - " 'i.'.'AJ,..,i -
braltnr was made.
Death tilt not begin to Htnlk among
tlio fS6 Portuguese ninl 810 Spanish
immigrants until twenty da)s after
tlio llarpnllon had denied (llbinltnr
The transition from n told to n warm
er cllmntn Ih lie lined to have brought
on much of tho sickness
Cnptnlu Pope- Fluted this morning
thr.t inasmuch ns he had n sullliltnt)
of coal when rounding South America
lie saw no necessity for calling at
Putin Arcins merely to report
which necnuiilH for no word hnvln1;
been rt reived f'om the ship suiie her
departure from (llhrnllar
Few Complaints Registered
Tho lininlKrnntH die divided Into 121
Iniulllcs and 41 single men from Opm
to, making n total of 51' Portuguese
while nt (llbrnltnr were taken on
board Mm families and 11') single null
i totnl nf vvf Spaniards
Those wIid lulled the llnrpallon
this morning declnio that tho vessel
presented n well kept appearance Her
llttlngs are pronoiiiued satisfactory
nnit the lit citli tlon la ventured that
when the vessel eomeH under the rigid
Inspection ilemaiiiled bv the I'eileial
Customs department lint little, If nm
objection will lie found to tho vessel
mid the Kinltan nrtniiKeineiitH for Hie
(are of ho IniKO a niimber of passi n
pers The llarpnllon In enpeclnll) II
led In ncroninioilntc full) loon liimil
Special Agent Sllva Accompanied
Special AKftit I A Silvn, nctliiK nH
n deputv for A I C'ampliell. returned
to Honolulu :ih a passenger In Hie
lliirp.illnii. He declares tint tho pren
ent lot of Immigrants nro the best
that have been forwnidcd here In
some time Tlio Harpnllnn pmtv Is
accompanied li two liliyslclaiis. one
, lliltlsher and the other n I'oinintuesi
medic nl man Two trained nurses
linvo been lonkltiK after tlio Hick
("i inllnesH was a matter Hint le
elved Rlrlrt attention nt tho IiiuiiIm ol
the llrltlsli ullleers under the direction
nf Cnptnln I'ojie '1 he llarpnllon nr
rived here presenting: n vcr cleanly
Spanish and Portuguese weie sepm
ated ho far as was possible to do ho
on the vovriRo It Is believed that m
ItiK to nhttmtniHe of space devotid to
l lie ipiarters for the ImmlKrnnts mnk
ItiK such HeKrcirntlon feasible went a
long wav tnwnnl preventliii: nnj mark
ed dlsplav of III feeling between the
two nationalities a condition that
prevailed notlce.ililv on fonnei lininl
crnnt steamers on the viivnge to tb,i'
Harpallon Brings Small Cargo.
Tho llnrpallon brings n c.uko of 4S0
toiiH pic Iron lire brick nnd general
nierrhai'dlse to this port. Her hold Is
nlso partialis filled with the vnrlecat
ed effedn of the ItnnilirrnntH. Imm.
Krnnt bnpRaKo will have to underKo n
thorough fiinilgntlon wlilrli work Is to
be carried on at the quarantine Hta
The llnrpallon Is n larjje freight
earrler of "Htiti tons register with a
leiiRtli or I2S fei t, breadth VI feet and
depth ,'I2 feet. The vessel lias been In
trade between ):ugllsl(, Austinllnu nnd
South American ports
Harpallon and Passengers In
'I he llnipnlloii nnd her passengers
aio still In ipiniantlno, and the vessel
Is to be bioiight to Quarantine wnnn
this afternoon. Tho Immigrants nro
now under tho jurisdiction of the Ter
lltorlal Hoard of Health nnd will re
mnln so until pnnscd b the medical
oflkcrH. Tho l'edeinl doctois aro
tlnoiigh with tho ship and passengers
Tho llnrpallon stilled with 1-tSl
nboaiil, .Vll Portuguese nnd si.t Span
Inrils Of Hiese, 11. PI were full fares.
Hie remaining III!) being children of
twelve or under Tho Territorial Im
migration nutlioilties consldci tlio ice
ord of seventeen deaths n low uno
An Ingenious wn) of Illuminating a
tunnel has been devised by n Paiislnn
inveutoi llcllectors tliiow the light
fiom iunn elerlrlc limps sixteen feet
above the rails to Hie sides of the
luniiel, whole It Ih again rellecled b)
biirnlshed tin, giving n soft nnd ugi co
llide light The UaliiH niilomatknlly
turn the (iirrcnt on nml off when cu
luting ami leaving the tunnel
Every individual dairy bo
longing to this Association
Is kept in the most sani
tary condition possible,
and every cow is tested by
.ho Territorial Veterina
rian. Wo supply only rich milk
that is absolutoly pure.
....iJJ, - ,.,...i'j,.i.''1t(. JHi i.ewA.-
I, people need more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
saves coal bills, tailors
bills and doctors' bills.
(Continued from Page 1)
pi cue litcl In nnv rllv of slmllnt slzo
In the Snics
One friend of the II it 1 1 e t I u ,
who has line! much experience Willi
uewsinper ( iiupnlgiis, inlled nt the
tiltlce lodnv and nsscrtgd, nTlcr care
fill examination of the enllto plan,
Hint no mole stupendous oficr Had ov
ei been made In llio Tcnllor) And
he was light
Many Popular Young Women.
Hven voiing woman has friends
who would be glad mid willing to help
her win one of these prizes, nnd al
l pail v the friends of n number of pop
iihu voiiiik women hnve signified their
Intentions to enter the names of their
favorites and seo that they siiurc
proper support This campaign will
tie conducted throughout on such a
high plane nnd along such lines thar
It will be un honor nml a pleisure for
nnv vouiif woman to participate, no
mat 'or hnv high hoi poslilem lu the
senle of soclclN This Is a popularli)
campaign, nnd populnrltv is a much
honored ehnrarterlstle 'I he question
of which voiing woman among tho
number who will entei has the strong
est follow Inr is en Interesting one and
plolulses to develop the Keenest lh
nlr) nnd the llnnl outcome will de
termine the sovenlceii who .ire most
popular. Their rewards will bo llbci
nl and well worth securing.
In order that candidates nnd pros
pective innilldnlcH mil) iinrterHtanel
full) I ho Bulletin's attractive of
fer, attention Is directed to the double
I age advertisement In till! Issue, lu
which full details nre given If, after
leading this niUcrtlsemetit, theje Is
any point not unite elenr to jou. call
ujion the Contest Mntiae;er, at the
lluIletltK olllce, who will be glad
to explain thoroughly nnv point upon
which vou desire light If It Ih not
possible to dill wrlle or telephone.
Instructions for Voting.
Hnter the name of the voting woman
whom vou wish to see win one of
these splendid nwnrds Al' ONCIJ She
inn) win the handsome 1112 rompliie
1) equipped "Itegnl" automobile, one
of tlio elegant $V0 "Iteiulngton" phi)
ei pianos, n pcueet ft mi diamond Hug
or one of tlio other prizes
Hotter still, gel the lad) to enter
her own mime and then vote foi her
Those who get in on the start have
tho best chance of winning, lienco l!
Is desirable Hint the name of oiir
favoilte candidate ho entered without
dclav Candidates who enter this
contest dn not neccssnrllv have to ho
subscribers to the II ill let 111 Kil
ter jinn name and 5 our friends will
do tho lest. You will bo surpilsul to
seo how rapldl) tlio votes (omo in nnd
what n little dTort Is required In win
ono of the rewards (lit In nt the start
and eniourngo youi friends to veto
for Jim; tho rest will bo ens). You
will never 1 now how popular )oii .lie
until tut entei this (ontest.
Votes To Be Counted Each Day.
After tho Hist nuiiounc eiiient of tan
dldntcs, tlio votes will be counted eiuli
day and the lesull published in tlio
paper of the following dn Theie
will be n slot') of tho prog less of tho
campaign each da) from this timo on
until tho close of tho contest, nnd
thoso entered can nml sliould iiiuko It
a point to read this story dall), as
many points of Information will no
noted hero and which are necessary
to eneli nnd every candidate Certain
it Is Hint bovcnteen young women of
llio Tcriltor) nie going to iccelvo
theso prizes on lime 'J2 1UIJ lint Ii
and ovciy pilzo is one or the vei) best
obtainable. Hach Is a prize worth
year of effoit, Instead of tho small
amount required of a wluuei nnd lu
vlow of tho personnl asslslauco tliu'
will he furnished cuudldntes, no ono
should hnve the least hesitation about
entering or starting out In eniuest In
Summary of Prizes Offered.
The Gram! Capital Pilzo tho l'JU
completely-equipped "lteg.il" uutoino
bllo will go to tho ) Dung woman
Inving Hie largest number of voles In
nil dlstilcts, nt tho conclusion of tho
! campaign In each district villi bo
nwiuelcel bbsnlutel) free u luindbonio
iVA) "Uoiiilngtnn" phi) cr piano, oi n
complete vacation tour to San 1 ran
elsco mid return: u pmfcet and beau
tlful $100 diamond ring; n solid gold
Indies' watch, mid n loiuid tilp to KI
laucn or Honolulu nnd letiiin.
Who Can Nominate.
An) poison has Hie pi U liege of
nomliinttng one oi mom t indldates,
whether ho or slio Is a subset iher of
the Jin I lot 1 u in not Nomina
tlcms sliould be mailed or biouglit to
llio Coolest Dcp.utmeiit of llio It ill
lot In AT ON'Ci:, ns the names pf
eamlldiites will lie published ion
sliortl), nnd It is of limiienso liupor-
irW'fr' '""?' rWfr..Wr .t.AUkfiry ..jy
Near the Coiifitfy Club
House, three bedrooms, Kai
muki, furnished. $50 per month
House, three bedrooms, Maklkl,
furnished $75 per month
House, Mnnoa, two bedrooms,'
furnished .... $50 per month
Cottage, Kallhl and Kslani Ave
nue, five rooms, unfurnished ..
$20 per month
Cottage, Young Street, two bed
rooms, furnished., $35 per month
924 BETHEL STREET
lance for u (nndld.ito to have her
unine lu this Hist list as her friends
will then sec that slio is in to WIN
nnd will not promise to lend their
support to someone else, thinking that
slio Is not in tho race Cnndldntes tan
bo noniiiintcd after this first ptihllcn
Hon of names, but It Is a glent advau
tnge for ench to have her name In this
(list list. IT COSTS AIISOLUTHI.Y
NOTHING 'lO NOMINATi: A CAN-
How Ballots Are Secured.
in nil eases whern voting ballots nro'
Issued, subscriptions must bo paid In
INHERE is no surer or better method W
TTT1 of developing than this individual irTTI
fejg handling, care, and judgment, with sis
tiwffi good fresh developer. Every film put W$u
in our care receives individual attention. jla
Kiilmukl Ave, Kiillunkl; 2-bcd-iiiiiiii
tottiige, with lot, well
linpiuved, 100x150 $.'000
llulldliig hits, I'alnlei Hill, Mnnoa
itllc) unci Kulmukl.
House mid lot, I'lilolo lid s.'OO
n In hie lid ill It $r,ri do
Mniioi Valley J " 76 00
Millioi ul)e) . ...J " 75 0d
: 1 1 and 1'ahtii Avi. ..I " 40 00
Kuiuuinoku . Doiiilnls. .' " Co 00
K'eunlo i U U J15 00
l'awua, nr King St a ' 25 00
llllctiiulii St J " 27 50
l.'lifc Mntltiik Ave ... j " T M
l.nmclllo St .1 " U.'SO
l.uiuilllo St I " as 00
Kiilukaiii Avi .. I " to 110
JluniM .ille J " 45 00
On Nutianu Avenue, on the car tine,
one acre of land with frontaga of about
150 feet. Offered for sale by ut the
first timo today. Don't delay if you
wish a desirablo lot on upper Nuuanu
Avenue. Price $3750
is used by the business man who
appreciates the value of time
advance. Tho full amount of mono)
must lie sent by mall, nalil to author
Ized ngents or contestants or broiiglu
to tlio olllte of tho Dn I let In.
Votes nre also secured by tlliuiln;:
the dally coupons, each of which Is
worth TUN VOl'liS, from tho II til
1 c 1 1 n . These coupons appear each
dav nnd nny number of them may be
Voted for n candidate. .
How Territory Is Divided.
District No. 1 consists of Honolulu
and the) Island of Oaliu. from tho ecu
ter of Kiiiianu Street, West
District No. 2 consfstR of Honolulu
nnd tho Island of Oaliu, from the cen
lei of Nuuanu Street. Hast
District No. I! consists of tho Islnndn
of Knual and Maul.
Dhtilct No. 1 consists of tho Island
The Contest Office.
Is located lu tho nullotin of
lice, Alnkea Street, and Is open all dav
and up to o o'clock in tlio evenings
If thero is nil) point 111 conneclloi
with tho contest that Is not qullu elen"
to vou, call, writo or telephone, nnd
It will Do cleared up for )ou. Tele
phones 2181 and 22"fl.
Mrs Mary Kealn Afat has biough
suit ugalnst McCuhe, Hamilton 4.
Kenny for $10,000 ns iliitniiccs on nc
count of the death of her husband In
un accident pn houtd the steamer
Navajo last Deit'inhci Uiuln Au
di ows nnd I I. Weal or uro atttn
nejs foi the plaintiff
- SiifW " -J- ' 'f- -
House nml Lot, l'ulima $ 1,650
House and Lot, l'uluinu 2,000
llorjtc nnd Lot, An) him lid. ... 1,750
Business Property, Queen St. .. 15,000
llulldliig Lot, llcretaiila St. ... 36,000
IIoupc and Lot, IStli Ave., KnU
llulldliig Lots, Kcw-alo 1,000
Iluslucss Property, Kukul Lupe 3,500
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd. J
8econd Floor, Judd Dulldlng
(Continued from Page 1)
shilling ench. Tnrt of tho stock Is of
fered for subscription nt par.
The directors arc Sir Itobcrt Ores
ley, llnrt , chairman ot tlio Albert
Land Company; Adolph Drowsier
Brewster, latCUoicrnnr's commission
er, Colony of FIJI, now of London; Sir
Thomas II. C. Tioubrldge, director
Kast Indian Conl Company; Charles,
Ncwhoiise Armstrong nnd Prcdcrlc
Percy Armstrong, of l Armstrong &
Co , merchants, London City,
A full prospectus of tho rompnnv
has been Issued, nnd It Is Interesting
In tho extreme. 1 he resources of tho
two Islands are set forth, and then
there Is tho following cstlmnto for
channel, harbor and station develop
ment' Dredging channel ... Si, 000
Conl station facilities .... lfi.OOn
Oil tanks (100,000 hbls) ... l.'.OOU
Ileclnluillig laud 10,000
Plant nnd machinery 10,000
Total JC 172,001)
llio coaling si at Ion In to bo design
ed for 100,000 tons capacity.
Surprise to Navalmen.
Tho extensive harbor Improvements
plnnned for running Island nro a sur
prise to local navalmen, tho general
opinion being that Great Britain has
ser'ured an advantageous naval baso
in tho South Pnclllc without having In
iissunio government responsibility for
"I bad no Idea that such n largo
plant wns contemplated," said Admlinl
Cowles this morning, when the tig
ures for dredging, coaling supply and
repair shops vvero shown him, "Cer
tainly no liners In tho Australian
trndo would go out of their way to
Fanning for regular repairs, when
shops are available nt both ends of
theli run, nor would they bo likely to
conl there. However, llrltlsli mer
chant ships plying between i:uglnml
nml China through the inn.il might
llnd It to advantage to toal theru In
stead of at Panama."
ARMY MEETINGS ON
Colonel Ceorge French of Chicago
will conduct meetings In the Salva
tion Ami) Hull, corner King and
Nuuanu stieets, on Saturday night. In
the Methodist chinch Sunday April
21 nt 11 ii m, und In Central Union
church In the evening ut 7 30.
Clcits the iciniplcxlon,
whitens the bands and
Is a time tested remedy
fur skin di-aases.
11J1 IMr ir4 WfclUtr Oft
black f brtwi, $0c
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
immense assortment of Rings?
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap.
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.