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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON Editor
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He who Will never Jo anything thai he ii not paid for will toon reach the
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CHAOS AT CHICAGO.
rii.it cablegram which said in clfcct, no one knows what is going to hap
.cn, epitomised llic situation in Chicago.
From present appearances it would seem that the radicals of bolli sides
liae spent their pent-up feelings, and now. more or less menially and
ph)ically exhausted, ate ready to taU sense and consider" the final issue
the welfare of ihe people through the Republican party.
There is much to suggest that the leaders of the party arc uillirg to talk
compromise, once they arc certain that Roosctclt is licked. And perhaps
Rooscell is willing to return to his duties of keeping the country straight
Irom the tantagc point of a contributing editor, if he feels certain that Taft
is sidclrackcd and a reasonably pregfssne candidate put in his place.
What's being done for the reception of the yachts participating in the
trans-Pacific yacht race?
This ocnt is one of the features of Hawaii promotion and Honolulu's
bid for adding fame.
'1 he yachts arc well on their way to the port and should be hero the lat
ter part of next weei.
What is being done to show that Honolulu not only backs the race and
means to make it more attractic to sportsmen on ocry coast, but also has
on lap a bountiful supply of Honolulu hospitality for the isiting yacntsmen.
in the way of sight-seeing programs and appropriate entertainment by the
yachtsmen and other citizens of Honolulu.
NOW FOR FREE GARBAGE.
Clean-up Day was a jjrcit day.
It will be entitled to a place rf pcrmincnt honor In ihe history of the, city
if it signalizes the inauguration of a definite and determined movement to es
tablish free garbage collection i.i this city.
'Ihe demand for free garbage collection is urmcrsnl. The support of the
Clean-up Day is more or less divided.
Let's get together, arid get together cffccticly, in a mocmcnt in which
ccronc can unite with enthusiasm. That's the way to make Honolulu keep
pace with the progress of the times. That's the program for a forward move
ment. I lonolulu has been talking fice garbage, and thinking free garbage for
months, nay, years.
Isn't it about time lo unite in doing something.
I lonolulu's progress demands results. Wc'ic talked long enough. Act.
GOOD SCHOOLS, GOOD BUSINESS.
Fust class public schools are a paying investment for every community.
'I hat is primarily the reason why, regardless of race, creed or politics,
20.000 men representing ihe business, manufacturing and professional life
of ihe city of St. Louis have leagued themselves together, pledged to promote
every interest pertaining to the welfare of the city's public schools and of its
school children. The work accomplished by these men is observed with at
tention by the experts of the United Stales Bureau of Education.
Since this organization was established fourteen years ago, the public
schools have been taken out of partizan politics and placed in
charge of an independent board; school taxes have been increased,
supplying funds for modern, adequate school buildings; and school
equipment aggregating many thousands of dollars in value has
been contributed by the organization in fee simple to the public
schools. This equipment includes almost every kind of teaching material.
Among the articles given are works of reference, ttcreopticons, folding
chairs, reflccloscopcs, pianos, statuary and pictures. One of the pictures
given in this way cost $3500, while another was worlh $2000. The money
for these donations is raised from dues, from direct contributions or from the
piocceds of concerts or picnics.
The agency directing this work is called the St. Louis Public School Pat
tons' Alliance, a legally incorporated body, which consists of a league of
some fifty constituent associations. These branches arc neighborhood organ
izations, established to help the schools of their several wards and finding ex
pression for their wider activities through the central co-ordinating body.
Men only are eligible to membership in the St. Louis Public School Patrons'
Alliance or to its local chapters, for the reason lhat women can accomplish
whatever work they may care lo do in the same field through the medium of
their mothers' clubs.
Membership dues in the local branches are 25 cents a year, of which 5
cents goes lo the central alliance. The Patrons' Alliance itself is governed
by n board of control consisting of one delegate from each branch organ
ization. Most of the business is transacted through standing committees,
whose activities arc indicated by their titles, namely: Executive, legisla
tive, finance, organization, educational and auditing.
Hostess (to cum of tier small guests)
Now, ilear, will )ou hao hoiiio bread
r.ud butter to flulHh up with?
Small Guest No, tlmnk you. I will
lutvo some cuko to bo going on with.
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IVr Six Months $ ..',0
I'cr Year, nnywhero In U S..I.OII
Per Year, anywhere In t'nnnda I ..VI
Per Year, postinld, foicign .. . '-.00
ntcicil M lh PoNtnlticc at llftnomln
m tnrnt-rUt mute?
JUNE 21, 1912
"Whom is tho tattooed Indy?"
"Gone on a bender."
"No; sho fell In lovo and eloped with
(Continued trom Pcj 1)
.Inpnnoitc Kmprcss for tliu Interest she
Is tnklng In the work.
"President Taft, whom I met Ourlns ,
nix visits in .inpnn, said Aiaunm jac;-
nsakl tlila morning, "greeted us warm
l.v In 'Washington. He gave us nn
rlnlmrnto banquet at the Whlto House,
The gnthorlng was Brand."
Madam Nagasaki, n fluent Kngllsh
rnnvcrsntlntinllst, by the way, said Hint
n large number of women intended tho
com pnl Ion.
Damn Oznwa has passed Ills sixty
fifth )cnr, but Is nn energetic In tho
work ns many a ynunR man. Ho ex
pressed his pleasure In having attend
cd the Washington conclave.
Prom the Alakea wharf tho Oznwn
party, under the guidance of Acting
Consul General Mori, motored to tho
official reslilenco of tho .Inpanesc Con
sul General on Nuuanu and Kuaklnl
streets Thence they went to the
bhln-rlii-tcl Hub, where, after n for
mal reception at 11 o'clock this morn
ing, a Japanese luncheon was served
tho distinguished guests. At Ii o'clock
this nfternoon the visitors will sail
Jnpnnwnrd. Consul General T. Nnka
iiiiirn of Ottawa. Canada, who Is leav
ing for .Inpnn on a vacation, was
among the pnrty.
While the party was In Snn Fran
cisco, Huron Oznnn was host nt n
luncheon Riven In the Fairmont Hotel.
The I'nron, through his Kngllsh secre
tary, thnnked those who made such
splendid preparation on tho cvo of his
departuro for his native land. Among
those present nt tho luncheon bcsldn
the members of tho .Inpaneso lied
Cross Society in San Francisco were
Major nm! Sirs. Jnmcs rtolph, Jr., and
Col and .Mrs, J. P. Wlssor.
LOW REFUSES AID
(Continued from Pago 1)
Sixth avenue, Knlmiikl . . 1 .r.00.00
Moving and rebuilding I'o-
huknlnn school to Knkn-
nko 1, 2fitl.no
Knllhl valley rnnd 2.S00.00
Honolulu brldRcs t School
street $S00, Malilkl $luo,
Kiinklnt $:ino) l.soo.no
Knpinlanl tract 2,nr,n.no
IMiiiiuil tract 1,500.00
Wllle street l,r,00.00
llerctnnln stieet, splko mid
asphalt mncadam 10,000.00
Oiling portion of streets In
l'unalwu section 1 .noo.no
Manoa roads 0,000.00
Nuuanu street widening and
Mnklkl ditch 3,000.00
King stieet, from Ither
street bridge to Fort Shat
Llllhn street, ditch line and
Allen street, from Fort
street to I'nlon Feed,
spike and nsphnlt macad
Hoplanklng Nuuanu stream
bridge and bltiillthtc pavo-
Approach t o Hackfcld
wharf from (luecn street,
llerctnnln street, from Fort
to King street Junction,
nsphnlt mat ailnm ri.ooo.oo
llerctnnln street widening,
between Fort nnd Niiiinnu 3,000.00
Prospect street improve
'burned with performing u erlinln.il
operation upon .Mis Ilertlia Itlchurds,
who illpil ut u prlviito liiii-pltiil III
Paw tin. Kit. I)r l.hmellyn I) Clinuillcr
of I'eiitriil Kails. It I., was arrested.
milk that It pure; milk
that It rich) milk that Is
wholesome) milk that Is
food In health and medl.
cine in sickness milk that
comet from absolutely sen
Itary dairies under condi
tions that are open to all
who care to Investigate.
That it the kind of milk
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 $40.00
Kaimukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalia Road 2 2500
Qulick Avenue , 2 2500
Klnau Street 3 60.00
Kahala Beach 2 105.00
Puunul Street i,3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 75.00
Kalakaua Avenue ,3 37.50
Pacific Height 5.. 100.00
Btretanla Street 4 75.00
Waipio 3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 60.00
Wilder Avenue 6 20.0C
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street ., 2 22.50
King Street- 2 20.00
Alewa Heights ...2 20.00
Lunalilo Street 3 30.00
Kaimukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Beekley and Kalihl Road 4 35.00
Young StreeJ 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalli Avenue 2 18.00
Maumae , 1,..(See book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa Road ....3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kaimukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 2500
Young Street 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane 2 18.00
Magazine Street 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Pm A suggestion for a wedding ppa
fm A Picture from ij
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
824 BETHEL STREET
rualilniiulilc hostesses In P.irlx. mi
tlrlputliiK tlie new IM-linur hjhIciii nf
iniintliKj linn,, nro sending out Invl
tutlonn for 17 o'clock tea Iriste.nl nf r.
"'dock um before
Largo terraced lot, corner Magazlno and Spencer ttreett. Well
Improved and, tplendid view.
Lott at Palolo Valley and Wilhelmlna Rite 500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedroomt, parlor,
diningroom, kitchen, bathroom, servautt' quarters and naraoo
Maklkl Street 2 Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenuo 3
Keeaumoku Street 2 "
Pilkol Street, near King 3 Bedroomt
Kalihl Road and Beekley Street 4
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1
Kalakaua Avenuo 4
Judd Street 3
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalilo Street 3
Lunalilo Street 3
Berotania Street 3
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
THE MODERN WAY
i (Continued from Page 1)
Iicnilo hero, nnd I was told by very
many that they expect to come."
Tinzlcr Joined n special train that
picked up delegates all over tho Coast,
from Vancouver, I). C to San Diego,
nnd ran from San Francisco to Dallas.
At Salt Lako City there was n big ban
qtiot nt which ho Bpoko and another
nt Denver In tho Drown Pnlaco Hotel,
slxen by tho Denver Chamber of Com
merce. Ho boomed Hawaii enthusias
tically. WcnrlnK a largo badgo liearlnp tho
i letters, "I lonolulu Ad Club. Aloha."
Honolulu's delcRnto was a conspicu
ous llRiiro nt Dallas. Tho Honolulu
I Ad Club Rot ns much publicity as any
I of the bin mainland organizations.
tin says tho convention itself was
an Inspiration nnd Instilled community
nild cllc liridn unttn nu mitM, na n.i
iVcrtlslnK Ideals. "Tho hospitality of
tho peoplo of Dallas and Kort Worth
I was ono of the most pleasant things
I havo over experienced," ho said.
"They could not do ciioiikIi for us."
Two Cottages, Kalihl $1800
Cottage; Harbottle Lane 2000
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 tq. ft 1100
Lott 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street .,, 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pilkol Street 4760
2. Bedroom House, Lower Punahou 8treet 2850
Lot on Young Street, 12,981 tq, ft 2000
2-8tory House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue 45
Tantalus Retldenee of General Davis, furnished.
Furnlthed House, Alexander Street, for 2 months.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.,
8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDINQ
TO CUT DOWN
Restriction rather than expansion of
(ho liquor traffic In Honolulu is tho
general rulo that probably will bo ap
plied by tho Hoard (if License Com
missioners, which met this afternoon
to pass on the applications for new es
tablishments and for renewals of old
Tho opinion of tho Doard generally,
as expressed by tho majority of tho
Individual mombcrs, Is that no now
licenses should bo given. A number
of applications for renewals, already
protested, probably will bo denied, but
no new applicants who might main
tain tho number of liquor llrms to Its
present slzo, nro likely to bo consider
Tho Doard met this afternoon at II
o'clock in tho Scnato chamber at tho
Cajiltol building, and tho following li
censes wcro to be acted upon:
1 Hoffschlaegcr & Co, first class,
wholesale license, favorably reported.
2 W. C. Peacock & Co., first clnss,
wholesale license, favorable.
3 T. Sumlda, first class, wholcsalo'
license, favorable. I
4 S. Kimura & Co., first class,
wholcsalo license, favorable. '
fi S. KoJIma & Co.v first class,
wholcsalo license, Inspector protests;
G 8. Osakl.
7 Nagatant and Kurnsnkl, saloon
license.. Anlo saloon, fnvornblc.
.. Murakami, saloon license; antl
S Ah Chow, saloon license, llccln,
9 Y. Muraoka, saloon license, Wnl
mannlo, favorable. ,
10 K. Onn and Zcnlhlro. Danznl sa
loon license, faorablo; tax assessor
11 Yoshlgoro Klmuru, saloon li
cense, favorable. '
12 Wing Chong On, .wholcsalo li
13 Chung Ming, saloon license, fav
14 Hop Htng & Co., saloon license,
15 John C. Roberts, saloon license,
Kentucky, Inspector favorablo; null
10 K. Tsunochl, second clnss res
taurant license, inspector reports fav
orably and recommends Sunday privi
17 II. Murakami, restaurant license,
Adzuma, fnvornblc. 1
18 Yumasnkl, second class, saloon
license. Wnlanao, favorablo.
19 C. A. l'cacock, second class, res
taurant license, favorablo.
20 Seclcy I. Shaw, saloon license,
21 C. J. I.jnch, saloon license, Pa
cific Saloon, favorable.
22 Fashion Saloon, favorablo.
23 C. Ilollmnu, saloon license, In-
rivviwi iitiuiuuiV) lit a usovoaui jitu-i
21 Kwong Chang Lung, wholcsalo
license; Inspector favorablo but wants
25 C. II. Lewis, wholesale license,
Though tho Llccnso Hoard held Its,
regular meeting yosy;rday afternoon
no action wns taken because It was a
holiday and the members feared that
action might bo declared not binding
by attorneys representing Individuals
Tho objections of tho representa
tives of tho Antt-Saloon Ioaguo wero
heatd on tho applications of sovcrnl'
haloon-kcopers, principally thoso of
Murakami, for a saloon on Herctnnla
street; 8. KoJIma & Co.. for a first
class wholcsalo license; Jack Roberts
of tho Kontucky saloon and tho Paddy
Ryan establishment. Tho Leaguo, pre
senting u petition slgnod by 279
names opposing tho Murakami license,
askod that tho petition bo applied to
all similar establishments In tho Four
teenth Precinct of tho Kour District,
Inspector Fcnnell also advised that
tho llccnso of tho KoJIma Arm bo do
nled, bocauso, ho declared, tho proprie
tor violated tho law roqulrlng that tho
owner bo a rcsldont of this country.
Ho Bald that KoJIma spends his tlmu
In Japan, only paying Honolulu occa
Perhaps tho most serious objection
to llccnso rcuownls was inndo, howev
er, by tho Tax Assessor, who filed n
list of firms ilellurjuent In ninklng In
come tax returns. Ho named In this
categoiy Thomas McTlghe, Joseph
Sllva, Thomas Ryan, Isaac Cockett,
Isasakl, C. Mailman, Ono and Zcnlhlro,
flertha Klommo, Tsunochl nnd tho Ad
ArmnuemcntK weie inndo tjiliv
whereby .Vnrnim II. .Smith 11 nil l.lly
llookuiio, held 1111 11 cIiiiiki of violat
ing the IMniunds Act nnd suspected
of beltiB Implliiitiil in opium inum
Kilns cases, should bo rclcuscd on St,
MM ball cuch The preliminary hturlnu
bus been fcot for 9: SO o'clock tomorroiv
11101 nlnu. hf-furo IT. H. OniiiinlMoncr
1' H D.iMs, though tills mny be con
tliiiud until a lutvr date somo tlmo
Hinlth and tho woman havo disused
1- C, 1'ctciB as louuscl.
Light, solid lenses smooth, un
broken surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding nnd no lodging
places far dust and dirt. M
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building ' For) Strut
Over May & Co.
It made In a large va
riety of tizet and two con
tact!. Suitable for all classet of
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
HAWAII &. SOUTH SCA8
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRE8SED
Fort and Pauahl Sts. Phono 3021
Accurate, reliable timekcepert
with watch movements.
Jutt tho thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad.
Ours are guaranteed. They are
Imported direct from France.
Ii. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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