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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,
8ATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912,
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5jLY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
f CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
'ally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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in he Territory of Hawaii.
VALLACE R. FARRINGTON . - - - - Editor
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JUNE 15, 1912
For he lives twice who can at once employ
The present well and e'en the past enjoy.
JUNE 20 S00N1
On the first day of February 1912 the Bulletin completed thirty
earj of an eventful career, during fourU.cn years of which I hae been person
illy and most intimately connected with its activities and growth, so inli
nalely in fact as to fully justify th; use of the personal pronoun in re
writing to the changes that are about to take place.
Both from natural instinct and fore: of necessity I have conducted the
japcr as a business enterprise,, backed up by American principles which I
jelieved to be right. 1 am satisfied l allow the record speak for itself.
Every item of equipment the Bulletin possesses today has been pur
:hased from the profits of the business since I have been associated with it.
In this connection I wish to give tribute to the loyalty and efficiency of the
nembers of the active staff working with me.
! For some years 1 have been convinced that there should be but one
fvening paper in the Honolulu field, and the amalgamation of this paper
Ailii the Hawaiian Star ha been up for discussion so frequently as to make
:ertain that such a conclusion ums ultimate destiny, the only cjuesl.on being
,vhen and how it should be brought about.
Within the last few weeks circumstances have arisen that proved to
' furnish the opening for renewal of a discussion of the old-time topic. A
Vnutual friend arranged a .meeting of the controlling owner of the Hawaiian
Otar and myself, with the result that after a long threshing out of details I
Slave sold the control of the Bulletin Publishing Co., Ltd., to Mr. F. C. Ath
crton, representing the controlling interest in the Hawaiian Star and have
accepted the general business management of the combined properties while
' letaining a financial interest in whatever corporation may be formed to carry
,lhe work forward. Into this enterprise I shall put all the enthusiasm, de
termination to succeed and vigor that I hive been able to give to the Eve n
' i n g Bulletin for a number of y;ars. I feel certain of its success.
5The editorial control will in the naturil order of things be under the direc
tion of the controlling owners; the bus'ness administration of such an
( establishment is enough to occupy on.- man's undivided attention.
' If I were to continue the Evening Bulletin as a separate insti
tution, it would be necessary for me to take radical steps in dealing with
tsome of the conditions developing undn our local governments. I would
Trather quit business and leave the islands than be put in the position where
( political exigencies might force me into tacit support of inefficiency in gov
ernment. As one of those who fought a winning fight for County govern
' ment, I am equally sincere in the belief that unless it is exceptionally efficient,
.'municipal government on this island at least is doomed to be replaced. The
I interests of the Nation are too vast ti admit of anyone blocking progress
and development by peanut politics. If we have not the ambition or capacity
in ourselves to perform obvious duties cf citizenship, the National govern
rment can't wait on our convenience. Thc Federal government will take a
'hand in affairs itself, and properly so, if the people here fail.
Thi it .i ftliont nierrtinn which ihnum inriirnt In R it I I I i n r:,r1rt
vvhy I believe the arrangement I have entered into will work to the mutual
' advantage of all concerned. I believe belter results can be accomplished by
' cooperation than by lone fighting where the differences are. primarily fac-
& j I believe that the level-headed average citizens of these Islands now real
$ j-ize as never before that Hawaii is on the eve of a wonderful growth and
' development; that all lines of trade and activities are taking on new life;
K ' that the problems confronting vs here are large and serious ones and that
(' they will require the best thought and endeavor of all the citizens of this
That the time has come to forget past differences and unfriendly feelings
and unite in a common cause for the upbuilding of these' Islands on high and
progressive planes. That we must get together more and sink our minor dif-
ferences and each and every one put his shoulder to the wheel and be willing
i to make sacrifices and work for the material, moral and spiritual advance-
' ment of all the peoples of this Territory.
- One of the great drawbacks in accomplishing this end has been the an-
' tipathy on the part of the press to various causes and peoples and to each
. other. There is certainly a large work for each one to do and the press
;vjliould lead the way. The press should be a powerful force in leading and
moulding public opinion? and we believe the men interested in the press of
crj this l errilory are ready and prepared to lead the way.
We have therefore welcomed this opportunity to unite with our evening
contemporary to forget past differences and go forward with the purpose of
.'leading in all that is efficient, progressive and for the best interests of llv:
p peoples of this Territory.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON.
The fence nriitiml the Oipltcil Krounds
Ih to come down The ultimatum hnx '
Horn- forth from Hie couiicIIm of the
women of the Kilohnnii Art League,
and from present Indication It will
lie iihes ed The ntltiiulu of Clean-Up
Dai linn tirniiKhl the mutter Into fiieiw
nKln. and nln reveal the fact that
wiine Millet lint effntlve work ha been
koIiik on rlKht nlonK on the matter
The ladle have even found n pur
chaser for the feme, although they
iltcllne to a who It I that want
to put In a definite hid for It.
The Illihi'P Museum will bo cloicd
on Clean-t'i Day Till decision va
annoiiii. " l the innnnKcmrnt of the
liiMltutliin till morrliiB. It beinic tat
e( that the action I taken on the
ground that nothing by way of dis
traction from the Important matter In
hand "lioulil he permitted. The mti
eum management ha the thank of
tlie Cleaii-l'p D'i' director for It nc
tlon The Ho Ktout have been requisi
tioned for service tin I'lenn-Uli Day
hj President von Dainui of Iho t'leuii
l'p D.iv committee Heout Command
er J A Wilder ha, promised the ser
vlic of the boy troop. Through u
misunderstanding, the Scout did not
get upon the scene Jii today's Inspec
tion work I
Cooperation the Word.
Cooperation I the magic word which
promise to do wonder for Honolulu
within unotlier week. i:irone 1011
liected with the Clean-l'p Day cam
paign I greatly pleased with the spirit
In which nliniiftt everybody In town
eeins to lie taking the matter. Ye
ierday the Outdoor Circle of the Ki
lobaud Art League had tin enthusla- I
tie nutting and verv strongly went
on recot il favoring helping the Clcnn
Cp euinp.ilgn In every way possible.
Captains or the twenty-two different
district into which the city ha been
dlveded have all been busy today, and
some of them expect to continue the
work of In-peitlou tomorrow. There
are proliablv not It's than three hun
dred luipeetorM at work thl after'
noon, getting a pn'llnilnary survey of
what Is to be done In the actual clean
up vvhli h titkeH place next Thursduy.
With the experience of last year,
the work promises to run much more
smoothly thl year. The district lire
ilellnltely marked, nml most of the
worker have the nilvautnge of expe
rt! nee a year ago along the same line
In most section the work stnrtcd ,
at X o'clock thl morning Two hour1
earlier than this, nil the Inspectors of
the Hoard of Health were lit Clean-t'p
lieailiiuarter. or had reported to the
district captain to whom they had
been previously assigned.
Llcven Inspector of the fruit lly
caniialgti have been assigned to vuri
oii district by Director (llffaril
These men will be on duty next Tliur
day and nre expected to look out pri
marily for1 the disposition of refuse
I The captain of the different ill
I trlet have already generally largely
completed their requisition for labor
er and cart and utensil which they
will need mi Thursday, nnd these nre
iH'Ing tabiitattd and turned over to the
various subcommittee under' which
they nuturally belong
Pineapple Companies Help.
Until tlie Hawaiian Pineapple Com
pany anil the Hawaii 1'reservlnK
Company have notllled the committee
that they will furnish three men ench
for three days next Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday to assist In gettlnR
the Iwllel dump In condition to re
ceive the great mas of refuc which
ed of on Clean- '
III be supple
mented by twenty-live prisoner who
have been assigned to the mime work
by High Sheriff Henry
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 ...J40.00
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalla Road 2 25.00
Gullck Avsnu 2 25.00
Klnau Street 3...'. 60.00
Kahala Beach 2 105-00
Puunul Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 7500
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.50
Pacific Heights 5 100.00
Beretanla 8treet .'...4 75.00
Walplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 60.00
Wilder Avenue v-6 20.0C
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street 2 2250
King Street ,,,. 20.00
Alewa Height 2 20.00
Lunalllo Street 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Beckley and Kallhl Road 4 33.00
Young Street .....' 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kaill Avenue 2 18.00
Maumae 1...(Se book)
Hillside and Lower Mania Road ....3 40.00
12th Avenue, 'Kalmukl 2....:.... 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 25.00
Young Street 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane 2 18.00
Magazine Street 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
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Two Cottages, Kalll-I,,.,,.. . .,.. ,. .. T :7; !"f .?:.: 1800
, -Cottage, ySrWlll". 4L.nl . .if.' tfv. .... M' -f.V I .T.2000 ,
Cottage, Harbollle Lan. .!.....'.'!.. .....J... .;'.... '.....'. 1200
Cottage, Harbottlt Lane ' 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. It 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk.'8, Kewalo - 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pllkol Street 4750
2Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12981 sq, ft 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings .Street. '
Cottage, Wilder Avenue i...... '. 45
Cottage, Manoa (three months) ,..'.'.'... .t CO
' Tantalus Residence of" General Davis.
GUARDIAN TRUST ;CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDINQ '! .
For a Wedding Present,
will hnve to he dipnieil
11 1 Day' These men wl
House on Green. St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
, Three Bedrooms
$75 per month.
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
Kdllor K r c n I it j; It n 1 1 e t U :
Will ui! mihtlflh for the henelll of
(ho Ilavvilian Star nnd Hh readers
t lint I consented III open court to pay
to my ungrateful Hlcp-eoii, Antonio
A I-oiiK, tweiity-llvu hundred dollar
purely In defcreneo to the wishes. of
mo ineiuuurH in my lumiiy. i no oookh
of the Knplohiul Kstntu hud nothliiK
to do with tlu-cafe unci us for tho pro
duction of uny bonks, I hud my own
books In Court obeying u subpoena to
produce them jinil I declined to nn
Hwer u question propounded by Long'H
attorney upon the udtlce of my coun
sel. Ho bellcvlliK It hnd nothliiK I"
do with the Issue,
JOHN V. COLUITHN,
Honolulu, June lli, '1.
All Organizations con
templating taking part
Fourth of July
will please notify De
puty Grand Marshal
Norman B. Courtney of
such fact as soon as
Address all communications
Deputy Grand Marshal,
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of July Committee Head
Hawaiian Trust Co, Bldg., 2nd Floor
Lifjiit) solid lcaees smooth, un
broken surface; no conspicuous '
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
places fat dust and dil t. M
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, - Fort 8trl
Over May &. Co.
WHEN YOU WANT
Wife Woven Fence
The Man to See la
J. C. AXTELL' ALAKEA STREET
INSTRUCTION BOOKS ON
10c to $3.50
The I'llOTO-MINIATlinn Is
especially Interextlnn, each honk
ileulhiK with n separate subject.
FORT STRpET, NEAR HOTEL
0 BFTHCI RTHPFT
I A trial Jury next Tuesday morning
; will tnko up tho case of Manuel Snn-
Ins In Circuit (Tourt. Hnntoa, toKclher,
Knneohe Hunch Co., Ltd., plaintiff ' with Harold Kdwnrd Wallace, Is nc
In a water controversy with the Kano I Lau Duck, the Ohluntr.an ., iiu up- i used of robbery In tho second degree. I
nhe lllce Mill Co., et al this morning pealed some tlmo ago from the deel- Wallace was found to ho less than six-1
tiled In Supreme Court a motion to rlon o( the District Court fining him teen years of ago and was shipped I
ctrlko from the (lies tho papers In tho $100 for Belling liquor without a 11- tnck to his homo In California on tho
caso submitted by tho defendant, cense, was assessed a penalty of JlTiO steamship Sonoma. Tho enso against'
lull I nil lino nimnfltnil nm tLn iMlt tit ltnlllt llnlirn Tlnlilminii 41. In . 1.1m Ksixn iimlifil.lu uitll I, ilti'
i'i,il tiun uiifVUlUV4 1IUII1 I IIU VjlltJlllL "J Vili Vltlt, tfllUf,U IllUllimli (HID IIIUI II' 111 ill 11 VI J l'l UUUUi; 111 UU IIU IIU
court, i no nearint; on the motion lian idk. ' prosseu.
neen set for Monday.
think wo Imvo
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BfejJuilge I'rlsonor, you arc chnrged me, Mr. Snpplelgh, I
taHvvlth breaking Into several houses, only one.
fcKjVuut Imve jou to suy?
PBS1 Durglur I used to ho n bookkeeper, Oeorge l'uw, what Is u springbok?
' KYour Honor, and I got Into the hublt I'aw A springbok U a dark beer,
H?pf niakln1 entries. ... my son.
fijK.Mr. Snpplelgli (with magiulno) "They gay a man Is known by his
KIIere'B a writer who says wo have two associates."
fbralns. I wonder If It Is so? "Yes; or If he Isn't known h Is at 1 1 III
tifc Jllsa Keen Well, between you and least suspected by them." I1 ' 'I I
milk that Is pure) milk
that Is rich) milk that Is
wholesome) milk that is
food In health and medl
cine In sickness) milk that
comes from absolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who care to Investigate.
That Is tho kind of milk
I Large terraced tot, corner Magaitne and Spencer streets. Well
Improved and splendil view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wilhelmlna Rise $500 and up.
. Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
diplngroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garage
Makiki Street . . 2, Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Keeaumoku Street 2 "
Piikoi Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kalihi 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 STREETS
Get out of an old rut and on to
the easy road
Pau ka Hana
Will make life easy
For everyone in the house
Your Grocer will tell you
Honolulu Soap Works
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP & SON., LTD.
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