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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
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JUNE 8, 1912
1 Be sting hith denunciation. The harvest requires months of sunslum
to minutes of thunderstorm Anon.
What can be better for Honolulu at this lime or more in keeping with
the' spirit and needs of the times than the Go-Ahead Club forging along
under the Get-Together slogan.
. A!J ,Hawaii will join in an expression of appreciation for the honor con
ferred on Professor M. M. Scott by the Emperor of Japan. Everyone here
knout that Mr. Scolt does not seek decorations from princes and potentates
for . tihing he' has ever done. I Iq is just a plain American who has done
hi ork thoroughly in a very quiet and very patriotic way. It is nev'crthe
le highly gratifying and a reward for many jears of hard work to hac a
.ration say "Thani you" in its most in pressive manner. Mr. Scott has ex
ercised a greater influence on the history of the world than any of us ran
appreciate. By being "just a school teacher" and a good one he has started
hundreds and thousands of young mc and women of this country as well
i Japan on the high road to success and fame by training ihem in efficiency
UNITE FOR CLEAN-UP DAY.
It is difficult to imagine what any Supervisor of the City and County
of Honolulu can be driving at by raising any objection to Clcan-Up Day
under volunteer citizen management. "".'I 1. u
If the Supervisors are charged with the increased expense, they may
know that they could not be charged up with an expense account in a bet
ter cause. The municipality cannot possibly make a better investment than in
cleanliness. The people cannot be aided in the promotion of habits more
desirable than personal responsibility for community cleanliness. Honolulu
can't be too clean.
So why should there bfanyw'flYtl'or att"frd"m any quarter except heart)
cooperation and prompt assistance wherever needed.
Clean-Up Day is a grand proposition. Every citizen and every official
should do his utmost in helping the go'od work along, so that the record shall
show this to be the most thorough and efficient clean-up day Honolulu has
Get in and help.
Of course there Is a Bryan boom
The only doubt was when It should
Sweet girl graduutes and June
brides are cast somen hat In the shade
i'y the big bugs of politics.
If warnings amount to anything,
Cuba should bo the best behaved re
public on the face of the enrth
.Get ready for the canal and also re
rrember that It Is time to think serl-
M ... ...
ily .on the candidates for Mayor
good Indication that the cash balance
at the end o.f the day will make" a rec
ord of which the city will be proud
If the $23,000 for the armory were
put to a popular ote, there Is not
the slightest doubt that It would car
ry by an overwhelming majority This
comparatively small sum taken from
the municipal funds will give Jlono
ulu a first class assembly hall as
well as a first class armory And
Cloodness knows that we need 'em.
Tlio action of the Harbor Commls
slon In proceeding Immediately to let
the contract for tho Hllo wharf rc-
that spends to the general demand for no
delajs In the preparation for the In
creasing demands upon the docking
facilities of our harbors The argu
ment for a permanent structure had
the right sound, and If It cannot be
lloroi ,1,. -.rRniintes ti Oceanic "'tenet! to at this particular time, It
pint, in i i ebulH iicrs soon ' oulil havo serious consideration In
i b. i,,.. i.,' ,i t Is port In the aw otl,cr work the commission maj
iinish it ti ill.ui service Taking, "avo on nana
certain that the 11 ti 1 1 c 1 1 n will fill '
the Held of it Sunday morning paper
In that town until the eecond city
grows to dally newspaper proportions
We hope Mr Mndoro'a brother In
Toklo will make inure of n success of
It than Mr Matlern In the City of
No "rough house In Chlcugo." If
they hud heard that John Molr Is on
the way, they wouldn't call far police
prOUctldn. He could larrup 'em
Now that Hllo is only one night's
Journey distant from Honolulu and
wu ports In proportion, the (let-Together
spirit should be cultivated nil
aloilg the line until we all feel like
next door neighbors and net tho part'
of n progressive 16) nl family
Hllo should have Hint wharf fin
ished by tho time the Canal Is opened.
There'll be shipping enough for all
the ports Whut we have to worn
over Is, whether we will have the
ports ready to accommodate the
ships, and give theui quick dispatch
it the leant possiblo expense
MR. GUILD SPEAKS !
FOR PUBLIC ON THE
RAPID TRANSIT SERVICE
Keillor l!v onlng Ilulla tin
I will be muHi obllgod'hy our kindly
allowing me space In your valuable
inner to call attention to one other
vvn In which the ltapld Transit Com
I bid, b) giving a llttlo moro consider
Hon to the public, might make Itself
more popular with tho public. I refer '
to the absence of any attempt what
soever to have the YValklkl and Puna
hou cars connect with one another at
the Pavvaa Junction.
I was traveling on a Vv'nlklkl car
from town to Diamond Head a few
nights ago and nt Pawaa Junction tho
car from 1'nnatioti, by which my little
girl was coming to meet me, was In
sight below Beretanla street but no
attention wns paid to it and of course,
ns usual they did not connect. At tho
next switch on the Walklkl road tho
car stopped a far longer ttmo than
would havo been required to wall for
the Puliation car The same thing, of
course, Is true of tho Puliation car not
waiting for the incoming Walklkl car
end then waiting far longer nt Manoa.
The management of tho company (
will probabl) reply that Inability to
extend switches and the giving of a
10 minute service to Manoa and Ka
mukl arc responsible and make It Im
possible for cars to wait to allow pas
sengers to transfer. This same stato
of matters, however, has existed slnco
long before theso 10-mlnuto services
were started, and It seems to me that
If conductors, Instead of being held
down by some arbitrary rule, were al
lowed to use their dwu Judgment and
wait when tho other car Is In sight,
Instead of hurrying on to wait on the
next switch, a great deal of conveni
ence would result to tho public.
Thanking you for your kindness in
allow ng me space fur this letter,
Honolulu, Juno 8, '12.
Young I'red wns on ills way to his
grandmother's bump. The train reach
ed a hinull station
"Hunker HUP" shouted the brukc
mun, putting his html In at the door
"Miunhin, mutmmit" demanded IYed
'What has she done thut they treat
her that wus ''"
"What way, my child?" Inquired his
"Yvhj," explained Krcd. "didn't tho
conductor Buy 'Hump her heels'"'"
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus .. 3 $4300
Kalmukl, 8lh Avenue ,. '.. .. . 3 4000
Kalla Road 2 2500'
Gullek -Avenue i 2 25 00
Klnau Street . .. 3 ... 60 00
Kahala Beach 2 105.00
Puunul' Street .3 6000
'Nuuanu Street ..C 75.00
KaUkaua Avenue '.3 37.50
Pacific Heights ,.5 10000
Beretanla Street fA 7500
Walplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6.
King Street '.
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2.
Beckley and Kalllil Road 4.
King Stree.t .
Hillside and Lower Manoa Road
12th Avenue, Kalmukl
Nuuanu Street . ..
Pawaa Lane . .
... 20 00'
... 35 00
. . 20 00
.3 35 00
.1 ...(See book)
2 35 00
.3 22 50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
For a Wedding Present,
: " -T
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month, '
924 BETHEL STREET
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
Etervnne teems to think
' Itoosevelt will be nominated, but the
; record of the votes In the National
Committee does not support the
Sonoma as a sample, the
tufe ipeoily and comfortable
I Under the new schedule of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation company
i nt ven tn'k uliout hav- tt-e Bulletin Is able to provide the
1 lnn and Itoosevelt;-'people of Hllo and Its adjacent towns
W alout strong-Jw'lth tho Saturday afternoon Hulle-
e imlnary Indlcn- tin, curly Sunday morning. Thus
' i n' le u beautl- Hllo patrons have practically a Sun
i'e not fnr dls- day morning paper with late news
'fiom tho outsldo world This paper
carrying out Its reputation for enter
"fcftf .ilulnil mce of good nuturo evl- pree has had a representative In Hllo
tdenced onug Daj is an excollent ex- to arrange for the dellvey of the pa
kpresilon of The kindly sentiment to-pers Immediately following the arrival
Sward thevcause for which tho King's of tho steamer Mauna Kea. He hope
daughters nre working . Is nlso u'jthe Hllo peopje will like lt and nre
111 till lie
s ait. ii
ttitv ill' i
Tho Itcllable Manufacturing Co , op
erating a thread mill In Central Kails, "
It. I., was adjudged bankrupt on a Superintendents of educutlon through
voluntary petition. Tho schedule out "o country will be uslted to extern!
showed assets of $33,720, and llablll- kindergarten work through the first
ties of 27.9.5. I three Jfiirs of child school life
C. D. LUFKIN'S MOTHER
EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS OLD
WAH.UKH Tunc 8 The following
account nf the cth'brutlon of tho 87th
hlrthiluj nf Mrs I.. It l.tifkln, mother
of (' 1) l.ufkln of the Wulluku Na
tional Hank, is taken from a Coast
Yi surdity at the home nf Colonel
und Mrs 11 (.' Smith, on South Uni
versity Htriet, In Normal, tho S7th
birthday of Mrs U It l.ufkln was eel
chruted A number of r lathes both
from Normal and Iiloumlngtou und
from out of tou'n wire present, und It
was a most enjosuhle time, for nil
present After all elaborate dinner
lust ev inlng tln wire entertained by
relit ttorscupo plcturts Those from
nut of Normal and lllonmlngton pres
ent wire her sons, Mr IYunk l.ufkln
of nuulomahi, Ctntrul America; Mr
dairies l.ufkln, Hawaiian Island, and
Dr Harry l.ufkln and his daughter,
llernadtne, of St I'aul, Mr. and Mrs
John J Mnpel nf Milwaukee, Mr and
Mrs Geurge I) ("linfec of Shclhv vlllc,
ud .Mr and Mrs D C t'hafee of Pe
oria Maul Neu
allelic. aii Vds will find It
tAn eastern philosopher Is quoted as cheese
"Don't do anything until you do It, Very few artists cun drnvv a horse,
fond when you've dono It, stop doing tt nl"108' ny knu f a ll0 ca
j,,.. , furuw uu uriiHi
(Hut only think how this would limit
conversational output I Mrs. Dingbat 1 met Jonnny rulior
today He says I am filling out
24 Mother Oh, child, what In the Dingbat It's natural he should Bay
VWnrlH hnR hnimened to vou? Your sn. i
clothes nfo cut full qf.smuJJ, hol.es, I Mrs. Dingbat Why ? I
Wlllle-iOh, ma, we've' bceiiplaying,'' D"lnghat-lYou lwere "looking "Tuller'
rrocery store, uuu t wus uiu uiujcio iu inu ait-c,
rrilk thst Is pure) milk
that It nch milk that It
wholesome) milk that is
food In health and medi
cine In tlcknettl milk that
comet from abtolutely tan
Itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who oare to Investigate.
That It the kind of milk
Large torraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer atreett. Well
Improved and splendid view.
Lott at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna Rite $500 and up.
Skpry and half house on Klnau streets 3 bedrooms, parlor,
kitchen, bathroom tervautt' quarters and garage
Makikl Street J.. ... 2 Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Keeaumoku Street 2 "
Pilkol Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kallhl Road and Beckley Street ..4 "
Palolo Hill (to OctoblY 1, 1912) ..... 1 "
Kalakaua Avenue, i '. ,.,", 4 "
Judd Street 3 "
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalllo Street 3 "
Lunalllo Street 3 "
Beretanla Street ,., 3 "
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
FOR SALE "
Two Cottages, Kallhl , $1800
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 2000
Cottage, Harbottle Lane ; .'1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane . 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft 1100
Lott 20 and ' , Blk. 8, Kewalo , 1000
2. Bedroom House, Anapunl Street '... 4500
3-Bedroom Houte, Pilkol 8lrl . .". 4750
2-Bedroom Houte, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 sq. ft 2000
2-Story Houte, Wilder Avenue. ...
,Lol on.Tantalui. ' (j
! 'FOR RENT "-
Furnished Houte, Hntttngt Street i
ICottage, Wilder Avenue v 45
Cottage, Manoa (three months) , ,.... 50
'Tantalus Residence of General Davit.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
fCnnttnued rom Paoe 11
amount nf cash allotted to the munic
ipality The work of building the
budget Is something thut all members
must coopcrnto In. I
Better Garbage Facilities Favored.
A caucus' of Supervisors has demon
Hinted that the tncmberA are In faVo
of better fn'dlltlrs for (lit handling
mid (ollccflou nf garbage In tho city )
of Honolulu. When, tin new appropri
ation measure ts compiled nhd preien
ted (or adoption. It is predicted that
p sum sufficient to pilrrlnuso Uwofmo-i
lor driven ,gur)ugv colluctlpu vvagmiH
will bo found theie It h pstlinuted'
that these conveyances can bu pur
chased in tho open market within the
sum of eight thousand dollars.
A better service In tho gaibngo do
partmeut Is a matter Hint has been re
teutedly brought to tho attention ol
the several members (if the Hoard.
It feels that the time has arrived
for nu Improvement. Chairman Km
gnr of tho Sanitation and Health Com
mittee has gone Into tho question and
has backed up his demands b a con
vlncing an ay of figures.
Paving Now Their Slogan.
Moro paved streets Is to bu tho slo
gan of tho Hoard, which will step down
and out from tho municipal govern
meiit with the death of the year that
ts, of course, providing It Is nut re
Chairman Dwlght of tho Hond Com
mittee will recommend that a lump
siliu siitllclent to pave several blocks
of CJueen itrect bo Incorporated In the
new' appropriation bill. Dwlght be
lieves that this work can bo doue
within $'lit,pi00, ShOuld the vvork bo
authorized ono of tho most-traveled
streets )d dlouolulu will bo vlcvaU.d
to tho rank of a real thoroughfare,
when as -now. It Is prcuuUuced Utile
better than a dust tiail in dry weath
tr and a bog during wet.
Tho Itoad Committee wants to In
trodiuc another sum large enough la
icttlo a bill for the proposed pavement
of King street between Nuuanu mid
Hmtnn street Is declared by long
suffering residents to be a crvlug dls
grace, and the hopu to Induce Super
vlsorlal aid to the extent of a special
appropriation to complete thu miicnd
amlilug of this long neglected thor
As tho Itoad Committee has figured
it out, w'lth an Increased approprla
tlon for the maintenance) of llonolu
lu's road department tho branch of the
servlco would bo In a position to ex
pend two thousand dollars each month
op tho reconstruction or inncadainiz
lug of certain streets. Hcrolanla
street Is said to bo one of tho first
thoroughfares Unit Is Intended to be
ravored with a visit from tho gangs.
With the return of Sunervisor Lo
from Hawaii the) appropriation b.111 will
come, in ior mucn consideration dur
ing tho coming week.
(Continued trom ?ge 1)
Thf mtttliiK on tin' iiiuf garden nf
tho Young Hotel lust night was a irj
uiriust and iffectlvo oiro About forts
persons attended, and uiunng tho num.
tar vvir, several ladles. Including Mrs
I' J I.nwrey and .Mrs. (leurge .Sher
man nf the nutdnnr circle nf Hut Kl
lohuiia Art League President von
Danim presided Acting Cowrmir
Wntt-Kmllh, Rinrge V .Smith, JlaJ J
M Kenned) und W (1 Hinlth spoke In
the urili r- named, taking up various
Idiurei, nf t'li.m-Ilp Day Mr Lnwies
fpolto IirUIIv. telling nf tb wink nf
tho outdoor circle Willi u'n Wollchmf
the llnupeu einnmlttie repmttd that
ulnail) Jlfi.Mi lias been subscribed tn
tho eumpalKii V T "l'niio Tor tin
Mhoiils see thin and n A Hermit for
the curtiiiio division also reported
Acting (invernnr Mntt-Smlth read ji
detailed statement un tho Clean-Up
Uay plans, liKludlnif thu following'
Oil Katuida), June U,, un Inspection
nf tho city will bo urndo by voluntary
Inspectors under the direction of
thu Central Improvement Committee
'Ihursdaj, Juno 20, will li Clean-Up
i)i un Kuturduv, June 2.', u Until
Inspection will bo madu to check un
tho result of tlin campaign; that Is.
of tho work done and of tho work left
Ilifoio Saturday. Juno 1C. overs
luiust holder Is expected to havo ent
ice ted, burned, tinted iiwuy or othtr
vvlbe dispose il of all gaib.iKo and rub
bish nn Ids nr htr premises lly rub
bish Is mount m cumulations nf old
and useliss nigs, bidding, straw, waste
papct, rutti'n woodt linU's, nltl lint!
Uss Iron Hilt h as Iron 'pots, phils,
Wok'6'ri''stnves and the like, lirok'tiiiihd
useless furniture, buttles, tin cans,
broken tin utensils, surd sweepings,
treo und shrub cuttings, ashes, and all
IIS garbage Is meant nil vegetable
find animal matter which Is decaslng
or liable todctas', such us swill, kit
chen reftiso,"frult thut has dropped un
the Kfounil, manure und the like. All
burnable rubbish may bo burned on
the premises or carted to dumps which
will In- iteslgnuted clarhiige and all
rubbish not nf a burnable nature must
be farted tntho eremntnrs or tp Iwl
I'nr the first time slnco his nrrest
lbuut four weeks ago, Ihachl Aral, n
Japuntse absconder, who was snatch
ed orr the INK Me Mall llntr Persia by
Chief of Detectives MeDultle on her
last trip from San Prunc'lsco, was
glvm it "elinn-up day" sesterday
Aral, whoso face was almost covered
by n beard und whiskers, vvus taken to
it Japanese barber shop by Special Of
ficer Hcrguu and given it clettn shAve.
Tills done, Aral, who wanted to know
ijomcthlug about the railroad business
In llaualluas escorted to the railroad
depot to see for himself how the rail
road business here is conducted.
Arriving there', ho knelt down nnd
tnmmenced to measuro the gauge of
the mill (Mil track with his tlngtrs He
told Iltrgau that the railroad busi
ness here was still sorflig tlnd could
nut bo e oin pared with the big railroad
companies In the States, where he hud
been engaged us ono of tho section
Aral will bo escorted luck to INtsco,
Wash, bs Sheriff Hass next Wednes
tln They will sail on tho Mongolia.
" lis do they call Washington the
elty of magnltlccnt dlf.tnnces''"
"Hetaiise," answered the disappoint
ed ulllce-seektr, "It Is juirh a long
vus between what sou go after und
wlint sou get"
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