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CyENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATlnDAY, JUNfr;22igi
DAILY and WEEKLY Published
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building,
Daily every day except Sunday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON
j:yi:mmi 1111.1.1:1 i
I'cr Month, nnywliorc In l' a .if .75
Per Quarter, nnywhere In l' S. ill!)
I'er Year, anywhere tn V 8.. MO
lor Year, postpaid, foreign. 12.0(1
sp-i t fcidltorltil Wooms,
He lhat holtls fast the golden mean.
And live contentedly between
The little and the great
Feels not the Want that pinch the poor,
A'or plagues that haunt the rich man's door.
Col. Uooscv ell's decision to holt, and
party is sorry business for the Republican
On tlic other hand it means lhat the
wlohgrr continue to figlil fncir political
the Civil War.
It must be admitted that both the g.cal
liavc become lionccombel with a rati calUm which was rightly declared lo
be un-Republican and un-Dcmocratic, judged by the old standards of those
two parties. The radical wing of lh' Democrats arc the Bryan "Popo-
. crats" and they arc not far rcniu.ctl from the Progressives of the Republican
patty. These factions represent new issues and the treatment of them as
,' believed lo be proper by the voung bhod of the Nation.
J As one contemnlates the action of Col. Roosevelt, there arises an im
mediate question whether more than pissing significance is not to be given
t the presence in the convention hall yesterday of Col. Roosevelt, W. J.
j'bryan and Woodrow Wilson scaled together in the press gallery.
MR. LOW AND
, I Supervisor Ebcn Low opposes the
"vT-mcipal authorities for the Honolulu Armory because there is so much of
9r other work that needs to be done.
The Bulletin has often remaned that there is no other town in the
, m country with so much to do and such
K city of Honolulu. The main problem
m first; which arc the more important projects.
In this instance the disagreement arises over the relative importance of
. certain street improvements and the construction of a permanent armory.
1 Merchants of the city through llici' organization have decided in favor of
It the armory, and we believe their judgment is correct, though no one can
' seriously criticise enthusiasm for street construction.
The Honolulu armory is a structure that will stand for a great many
,' years. It shculd be large enough at t'le outset to fulfill the purposes con
templated under the plans for ten or t venly yqars. As the matter now
f stands, the money available is not suffiicnt lo provide a building that will
; satisfy immediate demands. A one h
.be a structure vluch we know is not
there is not a single sound business pri ciplc represented in a policy of crcct
. ing a building that you know will be t -o small. It is a losing and foolish
proposition. In this instance wc have also the Federal government to con
' sider. The War Department has tra isfcrred the armory lot lo local au-
thoritics on the assumption that the p ople of this city and Territory will
.TVLuild wisely and well. Wc must kec
as with the citizens of the future. I
vtlien we stop to consider Mic relatively small amount qf money required lo
i keep faith there seems lit tic occasion f r hesitancy.
, i Mr. Low thinks wc should obtain tic additional funds from the Territory.
, This sounds ralhcr good hut since lh- city of Honolulu will gain a large
and commodious assembly hall for its public gatherings, the member from
r the country district might well ask us vvhy we should be unwilling to take
money from our local revenues since a very large share of the benefits will
be-enjoyed by the rrsidcnls of 1 lonolulu. The claim wjll work both ways,
wlin th ntllxi'rle rnttnlii r.ill for im-lAr mtKJir I,nilrlint7
According to me scneuuic mane out
' two items can await action hy the Legislature and a program for perma
nent construction of streets, to belter advantage than the armory.
From ill.- n.n.rnl rnnlMH nf ntildir nnininn tulnrlt ll. H n I I . I I n li:i
, . W... ...I QV.. ... VH...HVV W. .W...
imade, the armory appropriation would
il put to popular vote.
The most impressive feature about
I great quantity of important work. Any
(convinced lhat a very large problem is
f County of Honolulu, and it must be
responsibility but by facing the issue
efficiency possible in carrying out details.
"I thought you had u trained nurso
wait on your vvlfoT"
f"So I havo."
t.."And now you'ro looking for moro
;Ych, I find I havo to havo threo or
maids to wait on tho trained
(Hcottlsh IloBt tlopt. mnn. Ver
Khalrly tin gangen tho nool Tho
lilclit'u jest begun.
;f Ouest Nn, I'm no gangcri; but I
ftliougbt I wad jest gay guld-nlcht
ftwhllo I rccogulzo yo."
bv BULLETIN PUBLISHING
Alakca St., Honolulu, T.'H.
Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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.JUNE 22, 1912
tlic organization of a new National
people of the United Stales May no
battles under the banners raised during
National patlisan organizations
appropriation of $23,000 by the mu-
a short time in which to do it, as the
is to determine what shall be done
'ndrcd thousand dollar building will
Irge enough. Everyone realizes tint
with tlic Government as well
is vvilliin uur meani lo do litis, and
uy ivir. uow, wc ueneve mat one or
UJI.HIUI. ...M.l ...W - , W . . . . . V
carry by an overwhelming majority
Mr. Low's figures, is the showing of a
taxpayer reading the list must be
before the citizens of the City and
met; not by shunting aside, ai)d shifting
wilh broad policies and the most perfect
Mrs. Ilncon My husband throw his
alarm clock at a cat In tho bnck yaid
Mrs. Kgbort Hut bo novcr hit tho
cat, I'll hot.
Mrs. B. No, but ho snya ho got rid
of ono nuisance, anyway.
Mr. Ilacon Something wrong with
this hash this morning, dear.
Mrs. Ilacon Why?
Mr. II. I donl know. It nccdH
Mrs. II. I can't think what It can
bo, I put In everything I could find!
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hrclil llullefln Cnrrcaitondi-Mce.)
WASHINGTON. I). I'., Juno 7.
Only live Internal Itrvomio collection
districts In (ho I'nlleil Htiitos have
surpassed llnvvnil for tho Increased
amount of money turned Into the
Ticnsury for the first ten months in
die IlHral cnr 1912 as compared with
the name period of mil. Tlio tolnl
P.nln credited to the Hnwnllan Islands
So sntlsfnctnry was this Increase, In
the opinion of Treasury Department
officials, that In publishing n compllu
llon of returns for tho ten mouths tlifj" ,
odd this sentence: i
"The assessments In the Hawaiian
District Indicate an extremely prosper
ous condition of affairs In thoso Isl
The districts Indicating more urns
pcrlly than Ilnwnli are: I'lrsl Missouri
$S4,8SS.13. Second New York $llfi.
tno.SOO. Third New York JSO.UIUl.
first Pennsylvania UH,l.r.1.21, First
Wisconsin 1 un.&3 1 r.fi
The euiiipnr(snn for tho Hawaiian,
Number (if Itotiirns-IIUI, IBii; PJI2,
Tn Assessed 1911, $120,273.87;
l!M2. $172,010.18. Increase. $12,736.01.
The corporation, tax which will lio
assessed for May and .lime, 1M2, will
not materially change these llguros,
In discussing huslness conditions as
indicated ly tlic returns and compari
sons the Treasury Department officials
"That general huslness cnndltloiis
were somewhat belter In 1010 than
they were In 1011, particularly with
respect to the Iron and steel Indus
tries. Is evidenced In the showing In
'he 23id District of Pennsylvania (tho
I'lttsburg district) nnd certain maim
lactiirins Industries, Is evidenced hy
the considerable decreaso reported In
tho districts of Connecticut nnd Mns-I
sachusetts. Tho gcnernl decrenso Is
nccounted for In part becnuso the cor-
poratlons tiled their returns more
promptly In lull than they did for'
1010. resulting In a saving to tlicm-l
elves thereby of several hundred
thousands of dollars by escaping tlic
fio per cent, addition lo the nsscss-'
incut called for by tho statute on nc-'
count of falluro to fllo tho return on1
time; and also tho constitutionality of
the law now having been upheld by
the Supremo Court of tho United
States a more careful study has been'
made by tho corporal Inns wilh re-
sped to tho mnklng of returns to seal
lhat no mora tnx liability is admitted
than Is required by law.
"While full statistics hnvo not yet
been tabulated tho returns Indlcnto
that the decrease In cross receipts
during the year 1011 Is not ns great
as would bo Indicated by the decrnaso'
in net Income. It Is Indicated that ln-
bor and supply men shared more
'argoly in tho receipts of tho various'
companies In 1911 (linn In 1910. This!
iippcarB to bo particularly Indicated liil
the caso of railroads, which seem gen
rrally to havo paid Increased amounts'
for labor without a corresponding ln-
crease In Income being Indicated, In
mnnv cases an uctual decreaso In In-
come being shown.
"It Is believed that tho tax due tho
(lovcrnmcut under Seel Inn 38 of tho
Act of August u, 1909, was more closo-l
ly assessed during tiio third yenr of
its operation than In tho Ilrst two
years, which Is Indicated somowhat l.y."r wll,lcl1' '? ,lml !.llcy ,mi1 entirely
the Increased number ,.r ,...r,.nrnn,,o ceased business. I ho figures also In-
mnklng return, which Incrcnso Is uullo,"l?n" """ "'.e '"'""'.r of ,1CW corjior-
s of tho fact that thou-
rands of corporations hnvo been strlck-
all who are interested In
the milk question to call
at our depot on Sheridan
street and see how we han
dlo the milk delivered to
our customers. To many
the absolute cleanliness of
the depot Vid the modern
sanitary machinery for the
handling and sealing of
bottles will be a revela
tion. Every dairy under our con
trol is as sanitary as this
depot, and the same Idea
of perfect cleanliness It
carried out In every de
HOUSES FOR RENT
No. of Bedrooms
Tantalus 3 $40.00
Kalmukl, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalla Road 2 25.00
Qullck Avenue 2, ,.. 25.00
Klnau Street ,......,.. . 3 '.. 60.00
Kahala Beach '..,..2, 105.00.
Puunul .Street '.....,..3.'. .....,., 60.00
Nuuanu Street '...'...6 750
Kalakaua 'Avenue v. ....3..,. 37.50
Pad fio Height .......". k.....5..,t 100.00
Beretania Street 4 .'. 75.00
UNFURNISHED , -
Walplo '. , I...'.. 3 $12-00
Wilder Avenue ,.....' 6......... 50.00,
Wilder Avenue '. 6., .'.20.00
Pua Lane i 2 , 17.00
King Street ,. ...2. ........ 22.50
King Street rrr:-. .2. . 23.03
Alewa HolgbU 2 20.00
Lunalilo Street 3 30.00
Kalmukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27.50
Beckley and Kallhl Road 4 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 .'. 40.00
Kail) Avenue 2A 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 2&50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
sspn A suggestion lor a wedding lpa
A Picture from
House on Gr6eil "St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
024 BETHEL STREET
Vx frn"! "' "", ,h"n ,l10 l,nl 'cnr
I f'ir n1rl,""? "faB. 1' principal nun
,."". "'' K"'K hi iraniic in urn
United Stntes annually Is very large,
Large terraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
Improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna nlse $500 and up.
Story and half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dinlngroom, kitchen, bathroom, servautt' quarters and garage
Maklki Street .,,.,2 Dedroemi
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Keeaumoku Street I. .'.....', ,.Ti ., 2 "
Pbkol Street, near King 3 Bedrooms
Kallhl Road and Beckley Street 4 "
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1 ",
Kalakaua Avenue , ,...4 , "'
Judd 8treet ",3 "
Matlock Avenue ., 2 "
Lunalilo Street ' 3 "
Lunalil? Street 3 "
Beretania Street 3 "
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREETS
THE MODERN WAY
"Out of tho total number uf corpar
ntlons filing returns about 20 per cent.
wero found to bo liable to tnx. Tho
exnet figures' with respect to this nro
not ct compiled, nor nro tho figures
with respect to tho tntnl capitalization.
Indebtedness, nnd gross Income avail
able for publication at this time.
The amounts shown in tho state-
mcnl will bo Increased somowhat bo
foro tho end nf the fiscal yenr anil ltfthcxe forces has been im exhausting
la I.M.I.HMn .1... 1. ..- .1... . .11l' . .. ... ...
, iM.iimniu nmi int.- im uvti iubu niii.insK. .vir. uimirii mis ueen eonsiiimiy
bo less than ono million dollars.1 In the Held, and bo said today that ho
which, considering tho business cnudt-1 eiiu nut ntTcird. on account of his
tlons which existed III tho United health, to continue the work ns uctlve
Stntes during tho calendar year l!Uly nh !,,. ms been doing
on which tho icturus wero based, limy, Federal Expert Coming Soon,
he considered ns fairly satisfactory." Dr jiack, the Kcdcrul expert, may ur
' " rive here on the Monsolln, which sails
Ship Falls of Clvde Here. fr"m K,,n I'ranelscn June 2K Dr. Rack
Urlnglng Ifi.OOl) barrels fuel oil con- w""1'1 l, " l,,fl" I'lssenger were It
hlgncd to tho local branch of tho As- "", r"r the ipicer situation of the led
Boclated Oil Comilnny, tho American rr"1 "I'proprl.illon of 133,000. There
ship Knlls of CI) do Is nn nrrlvnl In '",H l'ci'n "" llltcl1 "'"l11 u,h "PI""""
port this afternoon, Tho vessel, In l"'-'l" "l politics began to absorb
cnmninnd of Cnnlnln Knenlls. met "H the iiltentliin of the Congressmen
with fair wenlhcr during tho eighteen
''ny' voyage froi
will of the lain George
ho was murdered In Lyull,
.Mass., will bo contested
bv his IS
granddaughter. Marsh 'left
o vnhlcil at $!ino,r)un, '
Two Cottages, Kallhl :., '.. $1800
Cottage, Harbottle Lane , 2000
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 1750
Lot, Puunul, 30,000 iq. ft 1100
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo .J1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunl Street 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pllkol 8treet 4750
2-Dedroom Houte, Lower Punahou 8treet 2850
Lot on Young Stojvet, 12981 tq, ft , 2000
2-Story House, Wilder Avenue.
Lot on Tantalus.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue '45
Tantalus Residence of General Davit, furnished.
Furnlthed H.ouse, Alexander Street, for 2 months.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
USES AN AUTO
The present dlltleultlcs lictween the
.Mexican government nnd revolution-
itry forces who lire opposing the Uil-
inlnlKlrntlon of President Mndcro has
resuUcd In the development of n new
.type of war correspondent, lie trav
el In it comfortnble six-cyllndcr motor
car mid shares' bis lot with n photog
rapher or moving-picture operator, us
the ease may warrant.
The picturesque Richard Harding
Davis tc, ibid 111 hlmkl iiml som
brero, with a koilak nvrr hK shniildrr,
has given place tn tlic unromantlc ret
porter III civilian garb, who' dcspllo
Ills quiet ilcineinor, covers about live
times as much territory ns his prede
cessor Tills inethivt of gathering news Is
made possible by the excellent condi
tion o the Mexican roads, most or
which are constructed of volcanic rock
and are admirably adapted for fust
i:i Dlnrlo, one nf the principal news
papers nf Mexico City, has been fore
most In using the iiulomnlille for fol
lowing up the engnfcincnts between
the Federal troops nn'd tho revolution
aries. A Lnislcr slx-cj Under enr Is
UMdl tnr flin mil-tme mwl lir.ul.lp din
clinurTciir curries u reporter, photogra
pher and a telegraph operator.
(Continued from Pa 1)
tnmniogbit. When the fruit-iiy pet
Ilrst lieniino noticeable. Micro was nn
imPcition that Hawaii wus to cntir
the long light In which the Territory
iiiki the various counties arc now en-
1'or tlic pust few montlik the work
i.ns been getting moro ami more strcn-
nulls. A host of Inspectors tire at work
on each Island, and the organization of
;Nmv " l,l,B ,',"" f""'"1 ImpoMsllilo to
K1 l,,c necessary t-uiiiiumco uciiou on
line appropriation, nun eonseiiueiuiy
T.'Ull,c s'" bus not e,t set apart-the
f,""l ror "'e Feilernl wqtu. , .,
- ' If 'I seems surv lh.lt lint 1)111 will
'" speedily acted upon, lr Hack 'may
.Start fur Hawaii befoio It Is actually
The oil U f of the l-Vrtcrul bureau has
w rlttin several letters ti( Mr. (JltTarcl
Indicating lc)ond iiuextlou that the
line of campaign mid tho methods that
Mr ClIffuM has Inaugurated here will
be followed by tho I'edornl man. and
has usked .Mr UHTunl's cooperation
"Or course, I shall aid In every way
ppislble." said Mr. fllffnril this morn
ing, "but I will nsk that Dr Hack
take over the direction of tho work"
TO MAKE AEROPLANE
SAFE AS OCEAN LINER
NKW YORK, N. V.. Jnno G. Unless
tho wishes of Orvlllo Wright nro over
ruled hy tho hoard of dlicctors of tho
Wrrglit Company, tho secret plnns of
tho Into Wilbur Wright, fntbor of avl
ntlon. In mnko aerial nnvlgatlnii ns
mi To and practicable as travel by un!
ocean liner or rnllway passenger
train, will bo can led out by Orvlllo
Wright and Alexander Ogllvlo, tho Kn
gllsh nvlutor, who usslstcd Orvlllo
Wright last fall In making experiments
at Kill Dovll Hill, N. C, vvlllra motor
This fncl became knuwn whon II
was iinnouiieed nt the ofllces of the
Wright Company liercr that A. I'.
Harries, secretary and treasurer. of tho,
company,, had been summoned to
conrerenro with orvlllo wrignt.
Whllo In Now York flvo weeks bo
foiii his death, Wilbur Wright confid
ed tn friends Hint Ogllvlo probably
would Join lilm nnd Orvlllo in perfect
ing Improvements which he was conll
dent would completely revolutionize
Fnr yenrs Orvlllo and Wilbur
Wright havo worked to develop other
dovlccs necessary for the perfection of
tho acroplano, vvhlc)i, It Is known, tucy
both considered of as great, If not
greater, Importance than tho principle
of automatic control.
I'ur urns and the truth about It nil
people buy the li u 1 1 e 1 1 u.
Lignt, solid lensec smooth, un
broken surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
I places for dust and dirt. M
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Over May &.' Co,
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