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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
Even tng B d l leten
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TV 8 i tiditorltil Rooms,
1 ''iBualnesH Office,
The n-ue prove, llie foolish confess b) their conduct, that a life of cm
ploymctl is the only life worth leading. Palc.
'I lie B u I I c I i n was very safe in assuming that Captain Stroud of the
yacht 1 law nil would not lie sailing around Calalina if there remained any
t'.oulit dial tlic irans-l'aciRc race will lie run this year. Four yachts arc
not so many as may be expected in future years, litil they will assure a real
race, and I lonolulu should put itself in shape to gic (he racers a rousing
HONOLULU AND THE ARMORY.
'I he proposal that the City of Horolulu supply the additional $23,000
necessary to make the Honolulu arrrnry large enough to meet the demands
upon it, is one that should receive serious and favorable consideration.
One of the misfortunes in Hawaii's public building policy has been a
false economy in appropriation with the result that by the time the building
is erected it is loo small for the purposes for which it was intended.
Gicat care should be taken that this shall not be the case with the new
Honolulu armory. The Federal Government has given the site on the as
sumption that the building to be erected will be adequate to the immediate
and reasonably distant future necessities of the National Guard. General
Macomb, who can speak with authority for the War Department, and also
with the authority of an American who is deeply interested in the develop
ment of the city of Honolulu, gives a his opinion that the $100,000 arm
ory will not be large enough for the number of National Guard companies
thai should be maintained in this city.
The architects state that twenty-three thousand dollars additional will be
required to build a structure to meet the needs of the militia.
Honolulu can well afford to make up the difference. This city will ben
efit by the increased size of the armory, through having an assembly hall
for public functions that will seat upwards of 3,500 people. The city
needs just such a hall. It has outgrown everything that is now available.
It is also well to bear in mind that the municipality may be able to con
tribute part of (his value in material from its quarries, thus distributing the
expense over a considerable period.
We do not know of a city that has so much to do and such a short time
ir which to do it, as Honolulu. But it is good business for Honolulu as well
as the Territory that a public building when erected shall be built right.
We don't want it lo grow "like Topsy" and be a patchwork of makeshifts
for which uc have to half apologize, oi say "the other fellow is to blame
Can It bo that Honolulu la growing
m fast that the. authorities can't even
keep up with the dust.
The premonitory symptoms nro that
Theodore will find that ho just can't
keep away from Chicago
Perhaps It was tho wutcrplpes that
lielped make this for the time, tho
dustiest city In tho Tactile.
Ono of tlio Important points In Iho
recent Itapld Transit decision of tho
Hupicnin Court Is that the streets,
bad us they may be. still belong to
If this seems a HtUo hit warmer
than you expected, kindly leiueinher
that ho had tourists hero last winter
who complained that tho weather was
altogether loo cold
If constantly talking about It will
land anything, that direct steamship
lino between Honolulu, San I'edrn
nnd San Diego ought to be a reality
of the near future.
First graduates from thn College of
Hawaii may not bo numerous, but
they will not bo many years older
beforu tho problem will bo to uccoin
modnto tho big classes of a growing
and thriving institution.
Graduates from Knmohamcha Girls
school Ioavo that Institution with a
trnlnlng for practical, present-day
homo duties that Is cortnln to mako
"Do you play for prizes at your aft
ernoon card club?"
"No wo light for 'cm."
Ho So Alice tald I had a thick lioad
She Oh, she, didn't montlon tho
A school Inspector asked the chil
dren If they could quote any text of
&MtiU&.ymiii.'Jai, , .A -
Per Six Months $ .50
Per Year, anywhere In V- S... 1.1)0
Per Year, nnywhero in Canada 1,50
Per Year, posti aid, foreign . . 2,00
Sniue-1 tl ihc Piwtortict tt Hnnoiotn
t arcoml-ctMl nitltcr
JUNE 3, 1912
Itself felt In every community of these
Inlands. It Is an liillueueo that Is nil
to tho good.
Tho time Is approaching when Na
tional Committeeman Hnlstcln will
find that the duties of bis pusltion call
for work twenty-four hours a day In
sweltering heat anil the highest pitch
of excitement. It will bo lots of
work, lots of fun, nnd mnko Knhnla,
Hawaii, more attractlvo and comfort
ublc than over.
NEW ARMORY TO
That Micro will bo llttlo difficulty In
lecrultlng tho Nntlonnl Guard of Ha
waii up to full reglmonlnl strength In
Honolulu, Just as soon as tho men
have tho promise of decent quarters.
In tho shape of an up-to-dato armory,
Is tho opinion of Colonel John W.
Jones, adjutant general of tho Guard.
According to Colonel Jonos, thoro nro
a number of former Guardsmen In tho
city who will rc-cnllst Just as soon as
they aro Buro of tho conveniences that
(lunrdsmen have a right to expect
nnd that tend to koep up Interest
among tho citizen Boldlory,
Speaking of Iho desired apprnprla-
.Scripture which fnrbado a man having
two wives Ono of tho chlldron sago
ly quoted In reply tho toxt, "No man
tun horvo two masters."
"Now, Tommy," queried tho teach
er, "can you tell mo what capital pun
"Von, ma'am," replied Tommy. "It's
when a fellow's been naughty and his
mother shuts him up In a dark closet
whero thero is lots of cake and Jam."
iXU.Ji' - "
tlon of $23,000 from tlio City and Coun
ty, which wan naked for nt n meeting
between regular Army, National (lunril
nnd city government representatives
al tlio Commercial Club last Saturday I
Colonel Jones Bald:
"If wo can get this sum from tlio
County It will assure Hawaii of 9110'
of the most iip-to-dntc armories In the I
country, nnd one that will look nflcr'
the number of troops which Ocncrnll
Macomb believes wo should liavo right
here In the city. The department
rnmmnndor made n strong tnlk nl the'
get-together meeting Saturday, and,
brought out very strongly the need nfi
n full regiment of mllllln In I ho city
With tlio Territorial appropriation of
$100,000 we could got accommodations
for only 0110 company more than wo
hnvo here nt present, or seven In nil,
Tlio plan Is to have tho full twelve
companies with auxiliary troops In
Honolulu, still retaining tho Cluafd
companies on Hawaii and Maul ns de
"It would not be necessary for tho
City nnd County government to glvo
11s this amount In actual rash; Tho
armory Is to bo of reinforced cnncrclo
nnd dnnntlnns of rock nnd labor would
tako up a considerable amount of this
sum. Neither would It bo necessary
to make tho entire payment, nt ono
time. The donation could bo spread
out over (he entire construction pe
riod. "There Is ono fealilro which from
the city's standpoint Is oven more Im
portant tbnn (hat of an adcipiato homo
guard, and that Is tho chance of hav
ing a convention or assembly hall wor
thy of Honolulu and adequate to Us
needs. According lo tho plans pro
pared by Architect Hlpley on tho $123,-
nun basis, (ho main floor of tho armory
would be eapablo of seating 3500 per
sons easily. This Is a feature that
shouldn't be overlooked."
No special act will bo necessary to
recruit tho Guard hero up lo full rcg
lu'cufnl strength. Tho authority to do
so Is nlrrnily vested In the (lovernor,
and, ncrordlng to those, familiar with
mllltta affairs, It will bo easy to fill tho
ranks with desirable men as soon as
tho proper armory facilities arc avail
able. (icncrnl Mncomb, who has been a
consistent friend of the Hawaiian Na
tional (lunrd throughout his tenure of
nirico ns commander of tho Depart
ment of Hawaii, and whoso reports
bad much to do with tho return of tho
drlllslied lot to tho Territorial Govern
ment, Is strongly In favor of having n
largo enough armory to accommodate
11 full regiment. Tho tnlk which bo
mado at Saturday's conference made
a profound Impression.
ID PAVING APPEAL
(Continued from Peqe 1)
county Is lln.inclnlly able, at present,
to undertake this paving, and desire
more time to got In touch with the
Hoard of Supervisors and ascertain
"If the county can do the work wo
probably won't want any judgment
Wo will simply go ahead, do the pav
ing and assess tho company In fact,
that Is tho only way we are likely to
get It ilnno within the next few years,"
CASTOR I A
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rfie Kind You Have Always Bought
Tho milk we servo to our
customers li a pure, rich
milk from healthy cows
that are fed on the host
of simplo feed.
We take every precaution
to maintain perfect clean
liness in all departments,
and we assure our custom
er! that the milk they re
ceive from us it uncon
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Wo hnvo Just received nnd Installed
In our burglar nnd lire-proof safe de
posit vault nn additional supply of
double-now, private Key steel boxes,
which we offer
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
uccordlng to size.
Just the place for the rafo sloince
of Vatuablo Papers, Documents, In
Mirnnco Policies, Jewclryi Silver, vie.
Call and Let Us Show You
the vault and the boxes; they will In
terest )ou, whether you wlsli to rent
Isjsi; Sue the Display of S$
m riana-ioiorea riatinums ra
01 at LmH
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
ImprcsMio ceremonies marked Ino
dedication of tho Allco M h hlntuMi
memorial tower of Ht Andrei, "m rn
thedral at 4 o'clock yesterday a'tei
noon, and seldom has a Honolulu nil-
Largo terraced lot, corner
Improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dlningroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Maklki Street 2 Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Keeaumoku Street 2 "
Plikoi Streot, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kalihl Road and Beckley Street 4 "
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1 "
Kalakaua Avenue 4
Judd Street 3 "
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalllo Street 3 ''
Lunalilo Street 3 "
Beretanla Street 3 "
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREETS
, U V A-
The Office o( the
is open on week days from 7 a. m. to
0:30 p. m. and on Sunday mornings
from 8 to 10. Messages tor ships at
sea received up to 11 every night
illenee been stirred to greater depths
of feeling In doing honor to ono whoso
life wns given to Hawaii.
A choral procession, with iilrhop
Itcstnrlck und clergy In advance, n re-
, Ilglous scrvlco stately and dlunlll d,
and a notnble address by Judire. fun
ford II. Dole combined to mnkj the.
memorial services of unusual Intenst
nnd t-olcimilty. Tho key to the lower
was presented to lllshnp Itestorleli by
Acting Ciovcrnnr Mott-Smlth.
Judge Dole's nddrcss dwelt largely
.on the work of Alice Mackintosh In
the community, nnd tho uctlns gov-
ernnr spnko feelingly nlnng tho snno
line. Arthur Mackintosh, In :ho nb
.sence of II, M. vol Holt, tho eldest
(son of Mrs. Mackintosh, read u paper
J which expressed tho appreciation of
jtbe family for the fine tribute. Tho
I tablet unveiled yesterday reads:
"As a memorial to Allco Mackintosh
and as a tliankoffcrlng to Clod for the
i",i- , luitu wjiiun sou HMCweu lori'l
I tn her life, this tower bus been crcct
ieil by her friends of many races In
this community. 1912.'
Tho second Jury trial of tho as
sumpsit suit brought by tho Asso
ciated (Jarago against Mrs. J. A. Cum
mins, on n claim of about $204, was
boKun In Circuit Judge .Coopor'x court
this morning. The first jury dls
ngrced and that hearing was declared
Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
Wilhelmlna Rise $500 and
-. ai h. '- uanjtS'H elatl iit-fr
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co..
Hawaii's biggest plantation, Is going
lo break 'two records this year. Tho
first is In ending Its grinding n month
before the usunl time. Tho second la
In producing tho banner crop of f9,r00
tons, according to the estimate given
out this morning at Aloxandcr & Dald
wins, which cstlmato Is subject to a
This enormous crop breaks tho pre
vious record by nearly 3000 tons, ami
Is moro than 4000 tons ahead of tho
1911 figure. Tho best previous crop
was In 1910, when Hawaiian Commer
cial produced G,8G5 tons. In 190S
thero was a big crop, fiG,150 tons, and
In 1911 tho figures rend dn.O.'O.
Tho grinding season at I'uunono Is
practically over. Today or tomorrow
cr Wednesday tho grinding will end.
Figuring on 4-cont sugar, at which
the crop Is going to market, Hawaiian
Commercial Is turning out about $4,
,60,000 worth of. sugar this year. It Is
regarded as ono of tho plantations
whero sugar Is mado at tho lowest
Hawaiian Commercial stockholders
can afford to smllo and they aro do
FKliKIIAI, OFFICIAL COMIAO
Information received by Pros-
Idcnt Olffard of tho Hoard of
Agriculture nnd Forestry nt
Washington Is to tho effect Hint
Congress has passed tho $35,000
appropriation bill Introduced by
Representative Kahn of Califor
nia to aid Hawaii In fighting the
fruit-fly, and that It Is nt pres
ent In conference committee nnd
will bo reported to the Prcsl-
dent within a few days If not al-
v ready reported. Tlio chief of tho
! bureau of entomology, Dr. L. O.
Howard, well known here, nlso t
usks for the ndvlco and cocpora-
tlon of Mr, Olffard In tho work
which his department will und-
crtnko In tho control of tho fruit
fly In this Territory, In coopera-
tlon with the Board of Agrlcul-
turo and Forestry. An official
from tho Bureau of Entomology
will most likely bo hero early In
July, provided tho appropriation
receives tho signature of I'resl-
dent Taft. As far as can bo as-
ccrtalncd nt present, tho method
of control will bo along tho Bamo
lines as It Is now, hut will bo
extended In so far as tho appro- -S-
prlatlou will mako It possible.
This extension of work will bo
undertaken not only on Oahu hut !
on tho other Islnnds as well.
. . !
CLARKE IS ACTING
Y. M. C. A. DIRECTOR
lien II. Clarke, well known hero as
an nthlcto und crack gymnast, has been
nnined acting physical director of tho
V M. C A for this summer to tako
tho place of Dr. K. II. Hand, who hns
resigned. Clarko has been physical di
rector at I'alanici gymnasium and mado
u good record there. He Is planning n
class schedule for seniors on Tuesday
und Irlday nights. S. Ilunn, nnother
local gymnast, has been named to as
sist him by taking charge of tho em
ployed boys' classes on Monday nnd
Thursday evenings, Clarko Is plan
ning a big gymnasium exhibit to closo
tho summer. Two now physical di
rectors will eom from tho mainland
for the work next fall.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
W. II. Castlo was appointed admin
istrator of tho cstato of Allco K. Kc-
awo, on bond of $100, by Judgo Whlt-
Thn Honolulu Press Clllll will bold
Its regnlnr monthly mooting tonight
at tlio rooms or mo ruuiic, aervico
Much Interest Is being icltcn In the
results of tho analyses of tho volcanic
gases that Professor Shepherd
brought to Honolulu by tho Mauna
Kea last Saturduy. As previously re
ported, tho gases were secured last
Tuesday afternoon when the scient
ists dared tho crater Itself and de
scended In pe'rll of their Hycs to get
tho glass tubcsful of gas.
MOTOltCYCMST.S TO MEKT.
Tim third incctlntr of motorcyclists
Intnrnutpfl In nrtrnnlzlnir n club will
bo hold this ovcnlng at 7:30 o'clock,
Jn tho Public servico Association
rooms, 120 King Btrcot. Considera
tion of by-laws, setting of fees and
election of ofllcors. All ilntoresten
motorcyclists aro Invited to nttond.
A college has been established at
Dusseldorf, Germany, for tho solo pur
poso of Instructing municipal olllclals
In their duties,
William Jennings Hrnn before tho
Presbyterian Ministerial Association
deplored the. "back biting" between
President Taft and Colonel Itooscvclt.
Furnished house on Wilder Ave,
Furnished house on Wilder Ave, near
Oahu College) $45.
Furnished house on Hastings St.
four bedrooms) $100.
Tantalus residence of General Davie,
furnished, ftent' reasonable on 1-year
Property in all parte of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd Building
You have many negatives
worthy of enlarging.
Let us have them. The ex
pense of enlarging Is not great.
Black and White or Septa.
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Men 6-11 3.00
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with watch movements.
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad.
Ours are .guaranteed. They are
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