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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912.
DOGRYARD OF THE CITY
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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IVr Month, nnywlicro In I' 8 .75
Per Quarter, nny where In I' S 2.00
Per oar, nnyvrlirro In I' S .IMI
Per Year, postpaid, foreign 12.00
He ii no
whole man until he (na&'
If tlie American people would vince up and build slnps of llicir own, in
lrni! of condemmnt; ships and manager of foreign lines, the lesson of the
I itanic might be said to hac amounted to something worth while.
If llic returns from the arious Slates mean an) thing, it is that President
Taft and his friends will be more in need of oles in the National Repub
lican Committee, than of delegates to the convention. The Committee will
scat the contested delegations. And fortunately the Republican National
Committeeman for Hawaii is on the ground to do the right thing at the
THE WORKJOR GIRLS.
Women of litis city could not be engaged in a more deserving enterprise
for the common good than those interesting themselves in an industrial
school for girls.
1 he oung working girls growing up in this city must have the way
opened to them of earning an honest livelihood. Otherwise the road to ruin
is the only one they will be able to find.
Just how the educational details should be worked out, cannot be laid
down at one meeting nor result from one discussion. The more indus
trial training thai can be brought intc the public schools, the better, in the
cstimitian of the Bulletin. Out the scheme will meet with success, the
way will open, if the determination and the enthusiasm of the women are be
hind the movement.
TERRITORY ANDJCOUNTY BOARDS.
Readers of llic Bulletin will kindly bear in mind that llic Oahu
Loan Fund Commisrion, which the morning, paper is trying to liberally
splatter with mud, is a Territorial institution, an appointive board ap
pointed if you please by the Governor of the Territory from among the
"best" citizens of the Cit and County of Honolulu.
Our patrons will also probably recall that when the enemies of local self
government wish to utter the final word of condemnation against our Super
visors and our elective officers generally, they point with pride to the effi
ciency of the Territorial s)stcm.
The present splatlisr directed against the Territorial product of the Ter
ritorial appointive system accepted at the estimate placed upon it by the Ter
ritorial defender and electorate condemnor, shows that the appointive sys
tem certainly has nothing to recommend it as against a government by elec
tive officers. This is about all there is of real value being brought out by
The morning paper is throwing fits because it lipppens to have a little
row with the secretary of the Board and got left on a story of the last meet
ing. It is also badly tangled in one of those interviews with the Govcrnoi
in which the Chief Executive was understood to have said something, which
he now says he didn't say and the man who was talked to, after thinking it
all over, doesn't know whether he is going or coming.
It is tn be assumed (hat the legal tangle in which the Oahu Commission
finds itself is no more the fault of the Commissioners than of the Territory's
legal department, presumed to be the guide and counsel for all Territorial
If the Belt Road funds had been turned over to the City and County by
the Legislature in the first place and the party pledge kept wc have not
the slightest doubt that the work would have been carried through more
promptly and with an efficiency equalling if not improving on that of this or
any other Territorial Board.
The Governor, as we recall the facts, objected to any of this work being
done by the Counties.
Certainly he is not making much headway with his gang of untrained
Territorial wild horses and ihe money is lying idle in the Treasury while
the taxpayer is paying the usual percent.
If they will get down to brass tacks the taxpayers will find that they gel
more for their money when it is handled by the Counties provided these
same taxpayers will give a little more of their attention to shaping the result
of local elections.
Mrs Newlj wed -When I married
j on I didn't know your salnry was so
Mr. Novvlj wed Neither did I. It
looked big to mo then.
Theio was n proud citizen who lined
up his family or seven gigantic sons
and Invited his cnllor to look at tliom.
"Ain't thoy foino boys?" inquired tho
"That prima donna must loto music
"Oh, I don't know," replied tho mnn
nger. "Sho doesn't semn lo get a bit
of pleasure out of lieailng an) body
else sing well,'"
Per Six Month M
Per Year, nnj where In V S 1.00
Per ear, anywhere In Canada 1.50
Per Year, postpaid, foreign . 2.00
lnlerd t the IVmoltct At Hnfwmto
, .wim.I.cUm mMttT
MAY 8, 1912
hotv lo earn a blameless livelihood.
"Thoy arc," agreed tho visitor,
"TU' folncst In th' wor-rld!" oxclalm
' crt tho fnthor, "nnd I nlvvcr laid tl'lcnt
hand an unity Iv thorn oxclpt In tolf-
Mnn Mndnm, I'm tho piano
I didn't soiul for a pi
' Tho Man I
know It, lady, 'the
Mrs. Henpecko John, why nro joti
reading tho marriage notices?
Mi. Ilouiierko I Just want to seo II
Ilium Isn't somebody married I don't
The stranger Knotklng nt the door
of Honolulu is nt present confronted
with it municipal ilNgrate, In which
thv (Illusion of entering a 'city beau
tiful' U summarily slmttcrcd, accord
ing to the lelkctlons turning from
Chairman Samuel Dwlght nnd Mem
ber IJlieii Low of the i Ity nnd county
supcrvlsornl road committee.
Honolulu waterfront Is u wid com
incntiir) on the alleged progresslve
ncss of the inuulclpallt) III the opin
ion of a mrrowlng road board which
would take Immediate steps towards
the corrtitlon of a long-standing evil.
I want to see Queen street paved
with olhir than mud nnd good Inten
tions," declared Dwlght on urlslnglast
evening and pointing out tho necessity
for Immtdlate relief for both pedes
triuiis and vehicular triilllc.
Dwlght has proposed that City and
Count) Ilnglncir Whltehouse draw up
specifications and plnus for the pav
ing of Qui en street from a point whero
It lutci setts nt Nuunnit street to tho
bridge (hat spans the Nuiinnu stream.
It Is pointed out thnt over this sec
tion of thoroughfare passes tho bulk
of the Iieav) tralllc Into tho city. Tills
street Is declared to be the main nr
ter) for freighting tennis In transport- i
lug merchandise to and from tho
Qitcni street Is the thoroughfare on
whi( h trnveltrs gain their first ami
presumably last Impression of the city
uf Honolulu On u rainy morning, this
street may be belter Imagined than
reeelted and placed on llle, with tho
, rough estimate offered last even
ing placed the cost of Improving tills
section of Queen street nt approxi
Cleansing Streets Near Markets.
Airungcinints have been completed
wbereb) the streets ndj icent to tho
It) markits nio to bo Unshed. Tho
board bus approved of tho appoint
ment of a man whose duties It will bo
to cleanse the streets, through u bap
tism of water, nt stnteil Intervals
throughout the dav This olllclal will
be under the Jurisdiction of tho city
and countv health department
Iliilldlng nud Plumbing Inspector
Mlihlsteln offered n report for April
business. Including tho following:
Plumbing plans llled, 128; permits
issued, 128, plumbing atccpted, 105
Inspection made, 124; sewer conrtec
thins, n; llxtures
Ing pirmlts llled,
110, Inspections i
cost or Mrutturos. IJOJ.OSS; fee col
lotted, ir.tiJ.C-, The Mlchlntcln auto
mobile traveled C50 miles during 'tho
month, according to special report.
Whltehouse Presents Figures. ,
City and County Knglnicr White-
house prestiited an estimate of cost
of Improvement of Mnkce Island road
at JJJ00.. This matter Is now un to.
the wn)s and moans toiuiulllte
lo complete work on Sixth avenue,
t.-.,i.....t i ,,.i.i..i ...... . . .. .
im, ,, un, inii!-i. csuiiiuics mm en 11001 mis uiicruooii. nupcnnicuucilt
120ii will he niiulred. Popo of tho Hoard of Public Instrut-
Tlic board has accepted the plat for Hon presided, and among IIioso gelled
Oloniana tract as submitted by Carlos tiled lo address tho meeting were
'"B JiHshnp Libert, Illshop Heslarlck, Dr.
Another Chaplain Lane Protest. Scuddcr, llcv. Wndinnn, Ilcv. Smith,
W C Wecdon, n nresentlng scleral nnd Ilnv. Olcsnn. I'rlnr tn ilm meet.
illents, has llled a protest against tho
partial tloslng of Chaplain Ijine to
accommodnte the contractors who have
the I' II. Cooke building undtr con
struction .Mr. Wecdon declares that
to close the thoroughfare to a width
of hut four feet will work an Injustice
to his illents He nsks that the road
vvuv be left open for a distance of
eight feet and to permit the nassaco
of a vehicle The health and sanita
tion coinmlttic will make a further
Chlcr of Detectives Arthur .Mclttif.
lie has In en grand d a two months'
lento of nbsenie with pay The well
known olllclal lias In en in the servlea
of the tit) ami county for two nnd
one-half )mrs without a respite froni
his exuding duties McDufhV expects
lo spend a portion of the vacation on
.V Q Xlanalllnn,
vvho somo sK
The elforti wo have mado
to supply a pure, rich milk,
and the auccess that has
attended upon these ef
forts, have given a feeling
of security to all users of
Every dairy contributing lo
this Association is kept In
a perfect sanitary condi.
tlon, and the Territorial
Veterinarian certifies to tho
health of every cow.
weeks ngo Jollied the olllce Htnff of
t'ltj nnd County Auditor Itlekncll, linn
nslicd n nix weeks' lento of absence I
The ho.irrt Ii not lm lined to grant tho
Icquest If p.i for tlmo away In do-j
Berger's Vacation Produced Silence.
A ropiest lonihig from I'nptnlii II.
HcrRPr, the vetirnii lunilninMcr, that
lm lie iillmtril lx months' leave of.
nbsenco with full p.iS. was received
with irilnful slWnio IiikI night Cap
tain Merger proposes to p.i n visit to
the fatherland In his letter to tho
board lie slates.
"As n leader of the Itoyal Hawaiian
Hand I have passed through the dif
ferent stages of government In Ha
waii nel, thlrl tears under the mon
arch) and repnlille, and nearly ten
I under the Terrltorj and county And
now, gcnllinirn. I am asking ou fori
u few months' leave of absence from
the duties nlili Ii I have so long per
formed and slmcicl) hope .vou will fa
tor me with Ihe same. Air NnonewlII
nit In the inpnll of assistant bnnil
mastir, with Itolmt linker as sub-assistant,
two able men under mo and
to whom 1 have no fear of leaving the I
I tutorship of the band during my ab
sence." I Mavor Pern refused to alllx his sig
nature tn a v inn In r presented by
Chairman Krugi I of flic health and
sanitation lotnuilttie tailing for the
IMment or one thousand dollars to
the Kt Intnl. in Carriage Company to
cover the tol of four mules supplied
the gnrbnge ill pnrtmeut. The toother
. was drawn up In lead pencil, nnd this
Is asslgiud as one reason for holding
i A I. c Atllonn, representing n
I bill of llsh ilinhrs In this illy, mado
protest against the passage of n pro-
pocd ordinance for the ngulatlon
the sale of Iced iWIi
Tbri e bids for tho lonstructlou
tho Nuii.inu exit nslon were opened by
the llo.ud of Kupinlxorh last night,1
the liineu In lug tindercd by M PI-,
canto The hltldirs and amounts were. '
M l'leillfil ITfllll TO I nf-.t. V.ti.it.v t-. I
glncirliiK C'oinpanv, ISJS.I, J. A (111
inaii. ItUOO. iiltvrn.Uo bid for Wnrrcn-
Ite Mirf.ii lug S I J 100 All tontractorH
agreed to toniplote the work July 31,
1912 The Mds wire referred to tho
road toiniiiflt' c
IJueslloiiH rolntlvo to tho establish
nifiit of another girls' Industrial train
IllS Jitlioul wero dlsiusscd at tho meet
, (lip of tho Territorial Tcnclicis' Asso
clallnn nt tho Central Crnmniarl
... i .,... -. . ..... .. . . . '
Ing all these had spoken favorably of
tho proposed movement.
Tho nicotine wns called nt tho In-
stance of tho women nrlncipnls. who
sa) there Is great need for n method!
training tho girls who lenvo tho TTT T" ' " T
schools nnd find nothing lo do. Tho ,,... .,..,- in,u
pioposed school would tench thcsoT0WNS NAMED ISMAY
girls lndiiutilal occupations, such us I
dressmaking, millinery, laundry work,
Tho girls not only would bo taught
thoso trades, hut would ho paid n
lensonnblo sum for their labor. Tho
Iden Is not tn crcalo n chnrllnhlo In
slitutlon, hut to mnko It self-supporting
and at tho snmo tlmo nu educa
Ono of tho purposes or today's moot
Ing was to perfect an organization of
Ilm t nmilwil-u nf ilin ill I mf r AnnI (Intnl
,, " , - ,. ,. . .
(ho tcarhers of the. city to conduct n
fnmnn km nf nflnrnt idti flint will rnHiiIt
campaign of education that ttlll result
In tho foundation or Hio Industrial
EcJiool. Tho teachers of ench school
vvoro to ho organized ns a committee,
with a chairmnn who shall bo a mom.
her of tho central commltleo and thus
keep all tho separate bodies In closo
touch. Tho work will consist In nrous
Ing publlo Interest nud sympnthy and
will ho based on tho merits of tho un
THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE ON
LA"RGE CORNER LOT
AND ON EASY TERMS
Island Investment Co.,
Stangenwald Building Phono 1884
A Uartjaln If sold at once. Six rooms,
3 bedroomt) gat, electric light, city
water, sewer. Fine resldenco street,
Maklkl. Can be bought for $2900. Easy
Cheapness is not
Therefor we still develop all films by
hand Because there is no better way.
We mix our
DtlllINn YOIJII AllSHNCH
lTlOM Till: IH1.ANDS tvo nre
pu pared tu manage )our estate
anil look ufter )our Interests
here You will find It greatly
to )our advantage to place tho
management of your nffalrs with
n responsible concern.
Coino nnd sco us ns to terms.
924 BETHEL STREET
WANT TO CHANGE NOWjndoptiS ? the
SIOUX CITY, la.. April 30.
lug to dlspntLlirs from Ismay. Mont.,
a hustling nunB town on the Viigcl
Sound extension nf tho St. Paul Ilnll
tvny, tho residents arc contcmplntlne,
steps tn clinngo tho nnmo of tho town
slnro tho Titanic disaster nnd tho re-
Di.linni tfltlnlBiii lninlfvl nf .1. Ilrilen
,,,, mnnaKluK director of tho com
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I IHIUIlJ, iiiuiiuhii'H Ml .li ... ,1
,,, , m.fntcil ship.
lib uud l'uho.i
Artcsl.m St 3 11 ft 1.10 00
Heretanhi St 3 " S7.f.O
l.umilllo St ,...3 " 35 00
I.unnlllo Kt 3 " 30 00
1!C(I .Mullock Ave 3 " 7 50
Judd HI 3 " HO 00
Kuliikiitm Ave I " JO 00
Million Volley 3 " 45 00
Miikikl St 3 " 35 00
Kollhl ltd mill Ilcckley St. I " 3500
Nonpareil, neretnnlu St. ..: " 22.50
our main concern
mi:hsaoi:s roit ships at bi:a
nioht . -
11' TO 11 r.VKUY
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box 040
Conducti all classes of Audits and
Investicntionj, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work
Suggestions (riven for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
A majority of tho citizens favor!
I adopting t lie name or soma man tvno
bcI ami nro divided between Astot,
'Hill Qtnllli nnrt Qfrnuu Ittitl tiit.lf
'Mill tiniiiii (tii'i uuuiin, (fun (tiin i
Smith will prnbnbly bo dropped, tho!
latter hecnuso It Is too common, In I
nny event, It Is considered certain thai '
Ilm hnniA ,if Idtnnv illl n nlin,t,lrti,njl I
Ismay, Tex., Thinks Name Blot.
HOUSTON, Tox., April 29. The pen
- , irto of Ismay, .Incksou County, Tex., u
' . . .. . .
i.ovv town less t linn n year old, nro pio
2 H It 17B00
Ave 2 " 40 (JO
near Oahu College.
on Wilder Ave.,
on Wilder Ave.,
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
I en lo.
1 FOR SALE ,
Property In all parts of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd Building
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN,
Mnde of tho best Im
ported Hngllsh I'lgskln,
l'ormcd to lit close with
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
made by J. J. Williams, are now
on salo at our store.
POSTCARDS ....10 Cents Each
5x7 VIEWS 25 Cents Each
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
paring lo ask for permission to chnnpo
tho vlllngo's nnmo. Tho tqwn is to ho
named after tho Titnnlc's olllccr who
testified thnt ho "cussed nut Isinny."
Hceuuse of unpaid taxes, TMcusnnt
loi, the Concord homo of Mrs Mnry
linker (1 IMd), founder of tho ChrH-
tinn Science denomination Is adver
tised to be sold on Ma 23 next.
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Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and tho variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
tmmenso assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubies,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
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