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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1912.
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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN.
On Monday, July I, 1912, will be issued the first paiier under llic com
bined nupicrs of the Hawaiian Star and Evening Bulletin.
Mr. Riley II. Allen will be the Editor. Hn staff will be composed of
Messrs. Dan Logan, Geo. 1 lull and A. G. Wallace now on the stall of
Ihe Star, and Messrs. P. B. Danky. C. F. Merrill. L W. Rcdington and F.
E. Matson now on the stall of the Bulletin. Miss Stacker, the society re
porter of the Star will also be a member of the new staff and continue this
line of work, and also report the various activities of the wbmen's organiza
tions of the city.
The paper will be called
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Willi the enlarged and able stalT the joint paper will combine all of the
best features of both pacrs and cover all of the departments of the city and
its general activities.
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EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT AND MR. McCANDLESS.
L. L. McCandlcss, candidate for Delegate to Congress, is quoted by the
nioming paper as follows:
"I notice that Mr. Farrington claims that there arc rotten
conditions here, and that he is rather ashamed of the manner in
which municipal government has gone to the dogs. I would like
to know if there is any one more responsible for this state of
affairs than Mr. Farrington. Who has advocated more strongly than
he the straight Republican ticket? No matter who was on the
ticket he advocated the straight ticket from top to bottom.
In the first place Mr. Farrington has not claimed that "there are rotten
conditions here." He has stated that the municipal administration in many
instances is inefficient, and in so doinp has mentioned an obvious fact.
Just what Mr. McCandlcss means by "rotten conditions" is not clear. One
of the sections of the Honolulu municipal administration where this general
term has been applied is in connection with the police department, and pos
sibly Mr. McCandless would object to its touching there.
The prevailing sentiment toward thi Board of Supervisors, including the
Mayor, is that the ultimate result turned out is a product of inefficiency,
lack of clear-headed initiative, executive management and control.
If the people at the last election had followed the advice which Mr. Mc
Candlcss credits to Mr. FarrinRton, and for which Mr. Farrington makes
no apologies, there would have been a man at the head of affairs in the
municipal administration who could have led the way and dignified the po
sition. The Mayor of the city would have been an efficient and progres
sive official. The same would have been true of the police department.
Thus the shortcomings of the Supervisors would not have been so unfortun
ately intensified by petty bickerings.
Certainly the Democrats cannot be credited at any stage of the game
with having added materially to the strength and efficiency of the government
through the men they were able to put in office,
Generally speaking the civic pride of the whole town needs to be aroused
and stirred to activity.
What the Democrats are going to do, Mr. McCandless with his appar
ent personal control, may be able to speak with more certainty than can be
claimed by a member of a party holding to the principle of government of,
by and for the people.
We arc certain, however, of what the people intend to do.
There isn't the slightest doubt that they will cast their votes for men
whom they believe will be efficient, and capable of grasping, the serious re
sponsibilities placed upon every man who holds an executive or legislative of
fice in the government of the growing city of Honolulu.
If Honolulu were a country cross-roads, it could move along its devious
way utterly regardless, As it is the cioss-roads of the commerce of the
Pacific, and the greatest center of army and navy forces in the United
States, it cannot be indifferently governed, even though the people may be
purposeless. Its administration must be kept up to (lie highest standard of ef
ficiency, or it must give way lo a system that will satisfy in every detail just
exactly what the National authorities require, for the protection and ad
vancement of national interests.
That's about all there is to it. The rest is up to the people.
Wc hope that Mr, McCandlcss is as sincere and unselfish in his pro
motion of efficient government regardless of who is on the ticket, as are Mr.
Farrington and hundreds of others who have no aspirations for office, but
are willing lo do all in their power lo advance Honolulu as the model town
of the Pacific.
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Vntcirtl i ti Potloffict at llnnoiala
. JUNE 18, 1912
Tlio nlnmnl of Oalm Collego nro go
ln to Rather In force nt 4:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon around the Puna
lion Spring. Tlio Association 1ms
kIiowii much lite this year iimlor the
presidency of Frank C. Athcrton, who
1 roposes to present tho subject of an
Alumni Hnll for tho school.
This topic will bo a llo ono, for
such n Hnll represents n rrnl limit nt
Puliation. Or. W. C. Ilobdy will speak
both ns n physician nd ns a parent
who Is Interested In the subject. Prcs
Ident Griffiths will show how tho
chool could tlso such n building. All
of tin' rest of the subject will be cov
ered by James A. Wilder.
If any l'linnhoultc Is In doubt as to
what ho ought to do, ho certainly
ought to go out t oPunnhou tomorrow
nnd have tho aforesaid James A. Wll
uer elucidate the matter to his com
Arinr lltn l,nu ,ifnrnru lint'n lu.m
elected and the speeches made, thcro
will he n general rccptlon with music
by tho Rico clubs nnd refreshments.
This promises a rousing good lltno for
nil who ntteud.
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wlio tins been absent on the Const,
siild lie would llko lo know bow much
.VorK.iiird has spent of tin impropria
tion nf 11000 authorized sonic time
MEO. President Glffurd suld that ho
could llud out by referring to thn
linnkH at the bureuu of agriculture nnd
"I'm not going to rlinsc them up,"
wild .Mr. licnberg. "Til like to know
what Is being spent."
President UIITurd said that on bis
part ho couldn't ihase up the commls
slontrs, and Unit tho commissioners
seldom If ever visited the olllie of tho
Wanti Dog Swimming Pool.
Then .Mr Iscnlurg suld Unit soon af
ter he Rut back from the Const tho
vetcrlniirl.ui bad como to lilui asking
blip to use lila Influence to Ret a dog
swimming pool put In nt the quaran
The discussion began to grow pretty
severe on Xorgnard. President tllrfuril
""111 Hint he bud shut down on Nor
guard's signing requisitions or running
up bills, und that ho bud ovorrun tho
appropriation more tlinn once.
Commissioner von Holt suld that be
himself hud nsked Norgnnrd for a
statement of expenditures und couldn't
"I have hud considerable troublu
with I)r .orgunrd In the matter of
llnunces." suld President (illTurcl, nnd
von Holt stilted that hn hud taken It
upon hlmsilf tn till Norgnnrd that In
President (WTiird'y, absence, he, von
Holt, would sign requisitions, but that
Xorguaril hadn't submitted any.
President (lllTard said that Nureaanl
hail Riven much trouble In this very
way l'liinlly, however, the comnils-
sionirs pnssed on to other subjects
lir .Mirguanl, It Is said In his do-
fense, has felt that the dos at the
qiiuriiutliio stntlon linvp been In quar
ters thut needed Immediate attention,
that the heat was too great for them
In close ennllnenirnt. und that ho bus
,becn eiiRer to remedy tho conditions
Ills report this month shows Hint In
addition to the quarantine precautions
bihiR tiiktn HRalnst rabies, thero Is
much ai'tlvll) on the part of the pollco
to Rutlier up iiml destroy tho mangy
curs that roam Honolulu uiiIiirrpiI and
tini'iireil for More than 200 iIors aro
said to huvo been destroyed liy tho
milk that is puroi milk
that is rich; milk that is
wholesome) milk that is
food in health and medi
cine in sickness) milk that
comes from absolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tions that aro open to all
who care to Investigate.
That is tho kind of milk
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 $40.00
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalia Road 2 25.00
Gullck Avenue 2 25.00
Klnau Street 3 60.00
Kahala Peach 2 105.00
Puunul Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 75.00
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.S0
Pacific Height 5 100.00
Deretanla Street 4 75.00
Walplo 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenu 6 60.00
Wilder Avenue 6 20.00
Pua Lane ,..2 17.00
King Street 2 22.50
King Street 2 23.00
Alewa Heights 2 20.00
Lunalllo Street 3 30.00
Kaimuki, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Deekley and Kalihi Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalli Avenue 2......... 18.00
Maumae 1...(8ee book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa 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
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House on Kewalo St.,
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painless Riis-iliumber method.
Dr. Norgaard's report for tho montl
of May was submitted to the Hoard
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sixes the precautions to bo taken
Largo terraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
Improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna Rise $500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
diningroom, kitchen, bathroom, servauts' quarters and garane
$3500. , .
I Maklkl Streot
1315 Kalakaua Avenuo 3
Keeaumoku Street j "
Piikol Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kallhl Road and Beckley Street 4 "
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1
Kalakaua Avenue 4 11
Judd 8treet 3 11
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalllo Street ..1 3 a
Lunalilo Street 3 u
Beretanla Street 3
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREETS
THE MODERN WAY
iiiRnlnst rabies. His report says In
"Tho month of Mny was character
ized by an unusually heavy Inllux of
Iors, no less than thirty-six animals
arrlvliiK during this period. With tho
quuruutlno station already full to over,
loading. It boi'iimc nceessnry tcS tako
measures to dispose of theso doRS, as
It wns found Impossible to construct
additional promises for the llrst bunch
of sixteen animals which arrived on
tho transport Sherman on tho lSth.
"I'nder date of May 7 an applica
tion hud been received from tho chief
veterinarian of the l'lfth V. S. Cavalry,
for the establishment of u subquumn
tlne station for military iIors at Seho
Held UarrnekM. With the nrrlvnl of
the Sherman It became necessnry for
this IhiiiiiI to tuko action on the ap
plication without dolay. and when a
ilelcgntlon of ollleera. bended by Col-
'jjiinel Mctluncglo of tho Klrst U. S. in
tfantry. called on the actliiR chairman
f the commltteo on animal Industry,
III was decided to allow tho military
jdoRs to be quarantined under tlio Im
mediate supervision of tho military
veurmurluns, and steps wcro taken
without further delay for the construe
tion or Kennels und enclosures for
the atftiniiiiiuliiilnn of n. -i,-..... .,
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Two Cottages, Kalihi $1800
Cottage, Harbottla Lane 2000
Cottage, Harbottlo Lane 1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 sq. ft 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3. Bedroom House, Piikol Street , 4750
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12.931 Sq, ft. 2000
2-3tory House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Cottage Wilder Avenue 45
Tantalus Residence of General Davis, furnished.
Furnished House, Alexander Street, for 2 months.
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All Organizations con
templating taking part
Fourth of July
will please notify De
puty Grand Marshal
Norman B. Courtney of.Do,lon Dui'dinB ' Fort 8tr"1
sucn tact as soon as1
Address all communications
Deputy Grand Marshal,'
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of July Committee Head
quarters! Hawaiian Trust Co. Bldg, 2nd Floor
A. M. BROWN,
at Scholleld Ilarracks. Tho colonel, as
well as tho other olllcers, biivo their
personal Rii.irnnteo that tho (lunrantliiu
would he rigidly enforced nnd especial-'
ly that owners would not ho nlloucd
to handle or to euro for tliolr dogs In
person, but that regular keepers would
bo appointed to net under tho super-
vlnloii of the inllltitry vcterlnnrlunn.
t'nder tlienu circumstances It wna do-
elded to detiiln tho dofiH on boiird tho condition thnt they bo kept under ion
tninxport wlillo tho kcnnelx wcro bcliiB Kt"nt nurvelllunco of two peclnlly up.
rniiMtructrit und that tho nnlnuil Pointed policemen, 0110 of whom was
Hbould ho Hhlppcd by train ns soon us ) ' hiii- charRo of the dogs at ull times,
tho kennels had been Inspected nnd
upprocd of by tho Territorial veteri
narian. On tho following day, there
fore, I went to Scholleld Ilarracks,
whero tho frames for tho kennels had
been put up, but ns tlio wire had not
urrlvcil It became necessary to quar
antine tho dogs, which by mlstako had
been sent out the sume day. In box
stalls. On the trip down ono of tho
dogs was lost by Jumping out nf a
window whllo the train wns moving nt
full sieed, and even though tho train
was stopped and bucked up, tliy dog
was not recovered. I hnvo slnco been
assured that this dog, a greyhound,
returned to Honolulu nnd was placed
011 board of the transport und tukcii
j ins mciut'iu, iiuwt'ii'r, siitmn in,.
uanger 01 snipping nogs 10 eciioiiein
Ilarracks unless better precautions urn
taken to prevent their escaping. This,
I liuvo been nssured. will bo done In
tho future, and from nbsrvatlons madoj
on n number of subsequent visits of
Inspection, I bcllevo that the military
authorities will carry out tho quaran
tine lobulations ns stringently ns Is
being dono at the board's station In
"On tho "1st of May tho steamship
Makura arrived from Sydney with H
dogs belonging to n theatrical company
knonn as I.ordy's Dog Show. Hero,
11R.1I11, It wns found Impossible to ac
commodate so largo n number of nnl
muls at our station on tho lleuch roud,
and as tho company wns very anxious
to give n number of performances hero
beforo proceeding to tho mainland, ap
plication was again niudo for tho es
tablishment of u Bubquiirnntlno htatlon
within the conllnes of tho IIIJou Tho
oter. Tho commltteo on 11nlm.il Indus
try submitted tho question of tho
hoard's authority to tako such 11 step
tn the attorney general, who was of
tho opinion that It was well within thn'
scopo of tho hoard's authority tu do so
If Fiiftlclent guaranty of the enforce
ment of strict segregation could bo ob
tained Tho fact that theso unlmals
caino from Australia, whero rabies l
supposed not to exist, operated III fu- 1
vor of granting tho application, nnd '
when, upon Investigation, It was found '
that two small rooms In the back nf
tlm HIJou Theater were aavllablo for
tho bcgrcgutlon of tho dogs, It wus do-
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broltcn surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
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FORT, NEAR HOTEL
n n in 11 emu n 11 niiiiaj
elded that tlio miliniiU Khoulil bo 111-
'"Wed to bo iiuiirnntincd thero on tho
both day and night."
Itcv. Asbury Krom of Connecticut
was elected n director of the Congre
gational Homo Missionary Society at
tho annual meeting lit Toledo, O,
Tho membership 6X the Conmctlcut
Agricultural Society, which annually
conduits the .State fair at Ilerlln, Is
to bo Increased by a Stute-wldo cum
palgu. The approval of Governor Toss was
withheld from tho bill providing thnt
cternns of tho Spanish War should
receive certain credits In civil scrvlco
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