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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 20, 1912.
ILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
iy every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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Veil, po4Usli, mrcn b . U.imi Ptl VM KiLRld foitlnu 3.AM.
s-Ski ! fcJdltorlul Rooms,
tntertd it the Potioltit ti lli.uomlo
u Itttssl-claM mmirr
APRIL 20, 1912
'old Jjour temper for
moment and avoid a hundred JuVs of sorrow.
THE HEROES WHO WENT DOWN.
s the story of the Titanic wreck is told, llic incidents of personal cour
in the face of certain death make the Anglo-Saxon proud of his race,
ow many were there who commented that John Jacob Astor's mil
could not sae him. Then as the detailed story of the wreck came
the wires and it was learned that Astor did not hesitate to face his
millions or no millions, with the man in the stoke hole, didn't it seem
ent? Life must hae appeared especially sweet to Major Butt, hut
was no quavering on the part of the man and the soldier as he rend
what assistance he could to the women in a boat leaving the vessel and
Iy stepped back aboard the coffin ship. As long as the story of the
lie wreck is told the words of C iptain Smith will be repeated to stir
ride of race and nationality, "Be British, my men."
3r was the courage and loyalty all with the men The love of the
ew woman is brought to every mind by the refusal of Mrs. Isador
s to leave her husband. Better death than separation,
jither wealth nor high official stition stood in the way of saving the
n first. The men accepted their fate, like men. The one possible
tion may be President Ismay of the White Star line, and if such should
to be the case he will come to know that death on the Titanic would
been far happier than life with the hatred of his fellowmen.
ars of sorrow in contemplating the terrible sacrifice are mingled with
. elling mists that spring from a sense of pride that our courageous men
earless women did exactly as we all hope we should have done if
1 under the same circumstances.
GO FREE, ALSO
Strenuous fforti me to ho made lv
i'lt I'hvslciun Win vim nnil others tn
obtain pardon fin I'.ml Ilnrns, who
with Miinucl I'lim nlnl wan leeenllv
sentenced li, dx month"'
mint mi an embe77lcnieiit
fcrreil liv T II navies .t Co I'nl
lowing nn appeal In tin- (linernor, PI
mental wii, ri'lftiM'il jesterdny owing!
A cablegram lecelvod tills morning
'announces the death hy ilruwnliiK of
Thomas Charles Wurrcli of Oakland
'('ill. Hip eldest brother of Louis .1
Imprison- v nrron, John T Warren ami (leorge
burgo pie- Wnricn of lloliolulii, and brother of
,lrs I rank I.cltrlitoii (llbson of Kala
who, Molokal. Mr. Wairell was the
eldest ehllil of Itev. nml Mrs. John II
In tin- fart that n phvslclan reported I Will rt'li nf llorkeloy. Cul., mill wus u
lawyer, neing connected with the or
lloos of lllbsoti & Woollier In Oakland
At the (Inn- of sending of the table
tliu body luul not been recovered Al i
though no particulars are know it, It Is
supposed that 'lu! acclilunt may have
happened In the lake near his shoot I
Inn-box, where ho freipieutly went for
the weekend hunting. Mr. Warren I
wus a proinliieiit officer of the Nile!
Club nml other well-known orgmiira
tloiiH of Oakland mill bail u wide eir '
cle of friends throughout the State of
California who will extend their sin
eervHt svmpathy to the bereaved funi
My out of whose circle this eldest son
Is the llrst to go. HchUIi-h the broth
ers anil slitter In Hawaii ami the par
cuts. Mr. Warren Is survived bv two
younger brothers, Will Warren and
il'runk Warren, formerly of Honolulu
now engaged in business lu l.os An
gelos, and u young widow mid one lit
tie son, Thomas C Warren, Ir.
his mother lis being In n very critical
stale of lienllli
'llie appeal on behalf of Hums that
lin l,eeii made l,v Wavsnn Is even
stronger than the I'lmchtul one Mrs
Ilnrns la In a irltlenl i-ondltlon. and
Hi, worries coincident with the arrest
of lui htihnhil. his trial and subsc-
uueiit Impi Isonmcnt. together with the
fait that she Is iihsnlutclv devoid of
to, ans, have pre eil on her mind so
tnui'h that Wnvsun Is nfrald theliaby
iniiv not be horn nllve.
There was some misunderstanding
In inunction vltli the matter today
is Win son's nppeal for Hums to the
board of pi isnn Inspectors was turned
down, nml he could not understand
tiow l'iinthtiil had been released It
appears now. however, that Pliiiental's
eae mine directly tiefore the dm -
ernnr and that the prison hoard never
handled the matter lit all
Tlie replv received !,v Wnvsnn from
the prison hoard Is as follows
"Your coiiiiiviinlcatlon tecelved by
Mr K II Wodihous,. on the tlitnl In
"taut In le the parole of l'.iul Ilnrns
has been handed lo the writer bv that
irentiemnn for reasons set forth in his
replv to von
"After eaiefiil consideration of the
matter It Is the iiiiiinimoiis opinion of
the lioanl Hint it .is , impossible to
tiriint vonr reiiiet, for the reason
Hint while am one In the critical con
dition of Mrs Hums lias our entire
sviiiiHilliv. we can not In Jutlce to the
mam other prisoners make n farce
of the imrole law by rivnmmi mllnK to
the fimcrtior tlnil Ilnrns should be
Carole,! after servlm; so short a pwlod
of Ids sentence
KeRrettlnK our Iniibllltv to act In
"(SlKlieil) J V. WAI.mtON.
"Secretary, Hoard of Prison Insiec
tors.' 1'rom statements made tater tills
mornliiK It Is understooit that the
board will reconsider its llrst refusal
and that It'irns may tie allowed to
nine out nml earn enough money to
Keep his wife from starvation
Near the Country Club
On Nuuanu Avenue, on the car line,
one acre of land with frontage of about
1&0 feet. Offered for sale by ut the
fir&t time today. Don't delay If you
with a desirable lot on uppr Nuuanu
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
House nml Lot, I'alutna J 1.660
llnu-e and Lot, I'.ihunii 2.""
House mid Lot, Asylum ltd ... 1.760
Huslness Property. Queen St. .. 16,000
IliilldbiK Lot. lleretmiln Mt. ... .15,000
House and Lot. I2lh Ave., Knl-iniilil
Itiillillnit Lots. Kewolo 1.000
lliilness Property, Kiilml Lane D.600
erywhere that the American flaij floats, citizens of this country are
more and more thought to a projwr celebration of the Fourth of July.
fe and sane Fourth is the title under which the rekindling of patriotic
St generally passes. The "old fashioned" celebration was fast devel-
inlo a medium for jllowing tin hoodlum lo nx- and shine. Old
became disgusted and the childu'n were killed in increasing numbets
e death-dealing instruments of noise. So the people woke up one day
"ourth of July is an entirely dilf 'rent alfair from what it used to be.
may not be less noise, but it aiiounts to something now. The glor-
ay is more a school of patriotism and less a burden for the coroner.
a pamphlet recently issued by the Russell Sage Foundation the story
;fly told. How the Fourth Wat Celebrated in 1 911. The celebra
run all the way from pageants t picnics, but they all left a pleasant
.1 the mouth of the community t'le next day, and no death rolls. Much
on was given the children. As i amples of celebrations that might be
ed in Honolulu we quote:
St. Paul, Minn., "All the clulJren were invited lo spend the day on
:t Island (a combined park, playground, and public bath ).
were assembled at the city audi orium, where each child was given a
then formed in line and marcheJ to the island with martial music.
They were given on enterin; the grounds a small grape basket
ning two sandwiches, two doughnuts, one orange, a handful of candy,
kage of cracker-jack, a paper mpkin. a pajier drinking cup, and two
ges of small harmless firecrack -rs. To each of the children confined
city hospitals was sent a suppl) of ice-cream and cake and to each a
i Enid, Okla., the street-car company planned a celebration in a large
tnd paid all expenses. Burlington, Vt., provided free trolley rides to
" rom the park for those children who were not able to pay."
nolulu intends to celebrate the Fourth, it always does, "by hook or
ook," and this year the "safe and sane" idea should prevail, not to
a damper on the celebration, bu to give the people, and especially the
:n, a day that will associate patriotic exercises with entertainment
'ill always be a pleasant memory.
vvall lias nettled the Tuft busl- Ot it Superintendent of Public
Now bow niiiny me for n llo- Works whose previous lecoid will In-
I that Is ready when the Canal spire ciiullileiii'e lu his ability to furi;
t ahead, Instead of liavlnx to be educnt-
,ed at the public expense
also been pointed out that HiiniR Is
placed in a much liardir position than
Plniental from the fact that lie was
an otllcer of the National mum! at
the time of his Imprisonment and, be.
lui; dismissed from that bodv, can not
hereafter hold u position under the
Territory or eltv administrations until
Pood Commissioner lCdwurd II Ulan
chard bos received u repot t from the
State of Missouri and finds that coudl-l
tlons lieu- are much hotter than In the
"wnnt-to-know" State. I
This is especially so III milk. for.
where he has only found one sample
here that has been adulteruted lu any
way ut ull the Mlssoml report shows
Hint r.li per cent, of the samples taken
have been adulterated or mlHhruuded,
So far there lias never been u sain
plo of cream taken hero that was
found to be below tbo standard, where
us lu Missouri the porcuntnRe of mis
branded or ndulternteil'ereuni samples
,wus 48.8 per cent. Out of 61 samples
of ice treum taken, CI! vveio below
It bus ! standard. Clgbt samples of Missouri
ili We Operate No Factory $1
.LJLJJ We develop all films separately and by hand, using ILwjrLl
'xvjyx This it the only way we can positively assure you good Kv72
IT H nLTTW prv'G IPO
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
AUDIT COMPANY OF
! 124 BETHEL STREIT
F. 0. Box 040
Conducti all classes of Audit nd
Investitratlons, and furnishes Reports
ot, all kindi of financial work
Sugititions given for limpllfyinir,
or systematizing office wotk. All
Is civil rlKlits
iiave been reslored to
HAWN. COM. GO
Iodine were taken nml every one of
them wns found to lie adulterated.
This moruliiK lllmpvhnril inuilo a
round of the pol-shops mid for the
llrst time found that they were nil pro
duciiiK samples up to'slunUiird. The
standard is :10 per cent., while the uv-
cruKit of the poi-shop products wns
found to be 31 8 per rent.
tine thousand shmrs of Hawaiian
i hiiillii n lull sld Iji'le but not le-
orded on the sales sheet oi Die stock
t'xihauuf, was ,ihc feature of tint
nun Itet toda
Hawaii, in i.'iiiiiinircial was in i;ood
demand '1 he 1,1k sale wus made at
.'..".. biliiKliiK the HKiire Involved
lu-e lo Sfill.OflO The stuck fell olT
to 4,r, befoie tlie cMhiiiiKu session was
Hale both on and between boards
were lull I) brisk and the week closes
wltli tlie maiket llnu nml lui lined to
House, throe bedrooms, Ki
mukl, furnished $50 per month
House, three bedrooms, Maklkl,
furnished $75 per month
House, Manoa, two bedrooms,
furnished $50 per month
Cottage, Kalihl and Kalanl Ave
nue, five rooms, unfurnished ..
$20 per month
Cottage, Young Street, two bed
rooms, furnished $35 per month
924 BETHEL STREET
It used by the business man who
appreciates the value of time
GIFTS FOR WORK
The tiuslees of the Leahl Home
'were nffeied a new ward with full
! equipment mid lift) thousand dollars
In permanent endowment by Mrs .1.
II. Atliertoii yesterday ufteriiooii, the
wind mid fund to he known us the Al
examine MuiiIukuo Athellou Memorial.
I (! N. Wllcov leteiitly made mi Im
portmil addition to the home for til
heiciilur patients hy iilfeiiiiK a navll
Iti: W'ONS ' '"" '""' twelve beds.
Mrs. Atlieilon'ii nlft Is In memory of
i her son, who died In llin.'l In New I
Superintendent of l'libllc Works
Muistou Caiiiubell, who resigned his
position this week and will ko out of
aitlve iid'iluistiiitloii on .lime I, has ,
......t .... 1.. ,1,.. I l...wtlnlii I (Vntiet' elllnilt.lu i.linweil tit lilt, sun
liciicu 11 ", Dillon in ,,i'- " .,i..... ,..,.,... . -, '.rl
lion Winks hvlll !'- Iiistiilled In the uitevleiic burn-1 ".
v.. .i..ii,,ii.. I,,,.,, ,H,.n I t hand Inc llKhtbousis uloin: the l'miiiuia ' Aniioiiiiceinent of these Klfts. inudn
." " i . .. i...., ..i..i. i... ,,....- ,, i ,
luliiil When tlie sun Uses III tile "" ""'" ".' "'S'' '""i. necie
iiiornliiK mid tl ivs fall upon these '""' of the Home. It received with
cylinders the will evp.ind mid close Kruteful uppreriallnii by those con
vulves that iiduilt mis to the burneis.'necteil with Hie Home's uiuuaKeineiit
As nlKlit uppiouches ami the sun's "ell us bv the public Kencrully The
ravs dliiilulsli lu nimir the cvlludeis trustees of the Home nre htiphiK for
Alexander H Yoiiuk. superintendent
of Knplolunl I'urk, declared this nioi'ii
iiiK that the reason why water has not
been furnished the polo club tor Its
polo Meld at Knplolunl Iark Is became
thole have been no prisoners available
to look after the work.
"The water has been turned on sine
last October," said Mr. Young, lu uu
swer to Walter I". DillliiKham's state
ment that the club has spent $.U)0 lu
laying pipes, etc., only to Hud Hint It
could Ket no water.
"The wutcr has been ready." Mr.
Yoiiiik emphasized, "hut we have bad
no pilsoneis lo lake care of the Held.
Mr DlllliiKbaiii, head of the polo club,
is also chairman of the Sanitation
('ominiltee that Is looking after the
mitl'tmisipilto campaign, and he bus
taken ull of the piisou labor In tint
uiill-mnsuulto light, lie knows very
well whv the water hasn't been put
on the Held.
"I want to exonerate Superintendent
of l'uhllc Works Mai'ston Campbell
mid .loo Utile, superintendent of lie'
waterworks also. Dillingham is the
man t liut Is to blame for the state n(
us to Just what the position is but it
is understood Hint It will he in t lie
uipacity of consulting engineer.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
gresH Is discussing Immigration
forget that u united Uepubllcmii
Is needed to carry through Im
tlon measures in Hawaii.
I can this be a thoroughly Aiuer
rYrrltory unless It Is strong on
indent citizenship and chin
jed by u spirit of fair play
Jgut') Kublo wus Just exuctlj
bis friends expected him to be,
i Job In Washington mid on time
It cume lluwull's turn to be
t t rates for oil fuel wlll;muke this
Vi ittractlve. Kvery thing that will
f r bring trulllc from Hie I'muuim
'.. 1 la mighty good business for Ho
Soiiiethlug like a million dollars Is
to be spent In ;irouiotliig Fanning Is
land to compete against Honolulu
Yet Honolulu Is hesitating whether it
can utford to spend uioie than $ir,00U
a voar on straight piomotion Nuff
The Khldzuoka Mnru (C200 lonsi
built by the Kawasaki Dockyard at
Kobe to the order of the .Nippon Yu
sen Kalshn, was to have been launch
ed on April 3rd The steamer Is to ho
used on the Ameilcmi Hue together
with the Yokoliumu Morn, which was
launched from Hie Mltsti Illshl dock
snrd ut Nagasaki some time ago. 1
When these two stvumeis are placed
on the American run the lloiubay Ma-'
ru mid Colombo Mum will he emplov
ed lu the lloiubuy service.
Just as It comes from a
healthy cow, fed on pure
ind simple feed the fra
grant fields of alfalfa. Ev
ery precaution taken to
"reserve that condition of
flavor and purity.
This is what we aim to
serve to our customers)
ind if we are not mis
taken, tbo official report of
(he Territorial Veterina
rian Indicates that we are
making a strong effort to
Jo so. The bacterial count
A our product, electrically
treated, is triumphant
proof that we are going
about It right.
Entered for Record April 19, 191
Prom 10' 30 a. m. to J:30 p. m.
n 1. Hamsun and w f lo Won Hill
l.iou.irdo IVrrelra mid wf to Man
uel M Ambrose .. 1J
('bun San Mini to l.iiui Chock l'u..ltS
llenrv (iormaii to lllshop Ti list Co
Cecil liriiwu, Ir. to Charles J l.ud-
wlgWMl ... Itel
Ce.ll lllown, tl. to (J J l.ll.lwlK-
Ht II Itel
Ce.ll III own, tr. to C J I.udwltf-
c J l.uilnlgsen mid wf to lilil
taro Katstil.l I
I.hitiiro Katsukl and wf to II Wa
tt rhousc Trust Co Ltd M
Entered for Record April 20, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
David Kuliinl and wf to I'ranclsco
J S Cuu.irlti and w f to V. uigellnn
da Hill a I' A
1) K Kapannn and wf to Moses 1C
Kapaona c t si 1 D
I) K Kapuouu ami wf to Moses K
Kapaona et ul . . V
Manuel I'' N'lirclmeiito and wf to
Manuel I' Mendes I)
P Mbasakl mid wf to 1'lrst Hank
of llllo Ltd M
N'akano Oeiitaro to MlyaJI CM
Jolin J Do Mi-go lo Volcano Sta
bles & Transport Co Ltd (
John A Hiott lo County of Hn-will
vt Lung Co Po-1
Lalialna Natl Hank to L'dward N
Chan Aim ami wf to Joauulu (l.ir-
l'aiilo ile I" Vascnncellos to Vie-
J tiilno Yasconcellos .
Mrs Jessl,. Hurst to Lniipahochon
I Sugar Co ,
will coutiait and
gas, which will h
again Hull on the
II Stuart Johnson, fonueily with
the Itapld Timisit Coiupaiiy mid for
similar donations lu order lo nllow tbo u whjle with the City and County llu-
igulted bj small Institution to spread Us pu-scut sileu
did work still further.
K Kuniinoto to K Yiiniaiuiirii. .
Islam! Illeitrle Co Ltd to
Ti m.t Co Ltd, tr
Arthur .1 Splter to I'lrst
Tr Co of .t,
Knlmukl Ave, Kaliuukl: 2-bed-room
cottage, with lot. well
Improved, lOOxlCI) 2S0O
Ilulldliig lots, rulolo Hill. Muno.l
Valley and Kaliuukl.
IIuusu and lot, I'alolo ltd 2200
Houses for Rent
Wnlahie ltd U II It
Milium Valley 2 "
Manoa Valley 2 "
Uth and 1'uho.i Ave 2 "
Keiaiiinoku .t Liuilnls..2 "
Arkansas bus the hotiesl sin lugs In
the world ut Hot Spilugs. sivty in
I'.iwaa, ur King St,
I20G Matlock Ave. .
Kalaktiiia Ave ....
Manoa Valliy ..
glneei's olllce, has been named engi
neer for the OjIiii Loan Fund Com
mission to succeed Murston Campbell,
whose leslguutloii of the public works
supcilntfiideiicy leaves his ex-oltlcio
position mi the Loan Fund Commis
sion vacant Mr Johnson bus opened
mi olllce ut til Young hotel building
mid this hereufter will he the olllce of
the Loan Fund Commission The new
engineer has tile best of leioiniuimda-tlous
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, Lavalliers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.