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tVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, VH., TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 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.
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PRESENT CIVIC DUTY.
Don't allow your attention to be so deeply centered on what is happen
ing in National politics that you will foiget your immediate responsibilities at
The government of the Territory of Hawaii, the City and County of Ho
nolulu and of other Counties 'fs 'the' only government for which the citizens of
Hawaii have any responsibility. Tint's the business we have to mind, and
we can't begin too soon making plans to secure the best results for our
selves and posterity.
In a little over three weeks. Republican meetings for election of precinct
officers will be held. Be it remembered that the precinct organization is
where the real work for efficiency and a square deal for efficient officials
What have you done to learn who's uho, and what's what, and where
you can use your influence, and capacity for work, to the best advantage?
Efficient government for Hawaii and especially the City and County of
Honolulu is not only worth the while of every American citizen but it is a
pressing duly. ,
Let the mainlanders do what theone thing before them mind their ow
one thing before them mind their on business and "make good" in government.
NOW FOR THE
July 4 is little more than a week fiom today, and rrpotti from the' com
mittee having the patriotic celebration in hand are that the parade will not be
up to the standard of the other features unless more merchants and busi
ness houses generally enter floats.
The utmost latitude is allowed in the character of floats, and the en
trants may utilize them for advertising ideas. It will be particularly unfor
tunale at this time if the business interests of the city do not make a worthy
showing. The Army has displayed a splendid spirit of cooperation' by go
ing ahead with arrangements for a great military tournament at Kapiolani
Park, ecn at the considerable cost of time and money to get the troops into
and out of the city. Honolulu's Oriental businessmen aie seeing to it that
their nations are represented.
For the first time in years, Honolulu has undertaken to make July 4 a
day of real enthusiasm and patriotis.-n, and to provide safe and free amuse
ment for twenty or thirty thousand "pecple to whom this day is ordinarily but
a name. The opportunity is here fcr a united showing. Let's get every
body in line, heart and soul, for a biz parade, a fine program at the Capi
tol grounds, a great military display at Kapiolani Park, a popular program
of sports in the afternoon, and'ari evening of wholesome carnival gaiety.
, It remains now with the individual to do his part. What shall the re
sponse be? ' ,' C" K ' ,.
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i uere isr no muffler on It, cither.
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a mere flow of langunge ut Chicago. I
Jir "'"" W,1U ''m ln uou we
6 Trust" off tho gold coins does nU seem
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tohe exactly the right man to guide
itj ucDiiiiicD ui mm uuuuciiniiK "UM
What hns become of those seven
Governors? They must he burled deep
Teddy didn't seem to know It .was
loaded, or, If he did know, he got care
less In handling It.
They do say that all the bands In
..Baltimore are practising on "Waltz
'Me, Around Again. Willie."
' To those of us In the bleachers' It
begliiB to look us If the Tuft team has
i tho ball for a touchdown.
There Is no .room In Honolulu for
j the man who "would not harm u fly."
hit's a different season now.
Roosovelt has made his Gettysburg
I'splel. Well, he might try crossing the
"Delaware or put In the winter ut Vul -
He My father weighed
pounds at his birth.
' Shu Qood graclousl Did hu llvoT
"Are you u relation of Paul Mullor?"
JM'Only very distant. I am my moth'
cr'a 'eldest child, and he was. the sevr
Per Six Months .....,.. . .50
Per Year, nny where In U- S...1.00
l'er Year, anywhere In Canada l.fil)
Per Year, posti aid, foreign . . 2.00
Mcrcd tf tbt Poatottic at Honolulu
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JUNE 25, 1912
ine cnurncter una conduct of the
two candidates nt Chicago didn't for a
moment,o,ueer the delegates when set-
wing me question. . .
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A Scientist 111 NW .leriinv nti.tna
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that 12.000,000 mosquitoes were horn
in that siai n ., ., o..n.i. ,
New Jersey has been lighting mosqul-
toes for years,
That terrible peril to the country
which each candidate could see In tho
other Is not to bo compared to the per
II In which they find themselves at tho
Although It would he a good thing;
to settle once and for all tho contro
versy on the Panama Canal tolls, still
a revision downward of the l'unaniu
hat tolls would bo Just as acceptable.
Texas Is coining to the front ngnln
as a State where they do things. This!
Is proved by tho establishment of "On
ion Day", und they assert thnt they
can beat Bermuda to.u finish on that
Theodore has assured the people
I that ho Is the only man who can save
the country. He ought to be cureful.
Suppose he were to be killed In an uc-
!cldent before ho gets thut new party
Farmer Judson was passing through
the South station to take' tho homo
train. Stopping In front of the news
stand he read on a placard: "Wom
an's magazine Just out."
"Thar!" he exclaimed, In disappoint"
ed tones, "durnod If tho supply hain't
all gone an' Maudyjtold mo IqJjo mini
and fetch her hum a copy." '
The result of one hntchlng of n fe-'
tnnlo fly for n season Is six thousand
billion. A female lly will lay three to
four sets of eggs during the season,
nncl the result Is enough to make one
dlzy Swat the lly, mid swat to kfll '
TO SPEAK HERE
'HOP. SIIKIETAKE SIIIHA
Prof. Shiga Will Deal with Ja
pan's Relations with Hawaii
an'd the United States
Prut. Shlgctakii Shiga, n noted lec
turer of Japan, will arrive front Hun
Prunclsco next Friday morning on the
stciimshlp Nlle'to give u series of lec
turer In Itunoliilii The subjects which
he has stlected to spunk uu here deal
with a iiuiiiIht of the great fUtlons
nf the present time Koine of them
deal with International nlTalrK, while
o.thers hae bearing un domestic and
friendly relations between man and
The -Opera House, which has been
lenteilifbr the iiurpone, Is expected to
be ennWled with Interexted tipectatorH
mid bwU-erH. Many of the Japanese on
tills Inland, Including a largo represen
tation of the plantation laborers, uro
asked (Ti ntte.nd the lectures regularly.
lToiescor Mliiga, unci nus lieen Iec
luring ,ln Mime of the Important cities
In the states. Is not only a llueiit Jnp
anese siieuker. but Is vonsldereil by
llne w)io Know blin personally, one
of Ibe, jjreutest KniilUli eunversutlon-
aiiHis me new .lupan. lie gave a
series of lectures at roiue of the unl
verxltles on the mainland
I'liifessur HIiIkii jk III bu waited tiiinn
by u niimbir of the former students
of VVnsed.1 Unlveislty, Mieie be has
ben a teat her for home time. K.
Isblda of the. reeeptloq iiimmlttee and
K Ito, secretary of the Japanese con-
solute general bete, have charge of tin
arrangements of the lectures In Ho
That Professor Shiga will be given n
welcome by the local Japanese Is evl
dent by the fact that already arrange
ments have been mude by the manage
ment of the Issblnro Hotel for u for
mal reception to be tendered the pro
fessor on Saturday, June Vi.
The subjects which Professor Shiga
will speak on In Japanese ut the Opera
House are us follows:
June 28, S p in. Relationship Ho-
twecu the United States, Japan nnd
June 29, 8 n. m. necentlon In tho
June 30, 2 p. in. Why Aro the Jun-
July 2, 8 p -in. Jannneso Settle
ments In the t'liclllv.
July 5. 8 p. in. The Japanese In tho
July,", 2 p. in. I.ovo the Kneiny
July 8, 8 p. in. Ills Hxperlenees In
all who are Interetted In
the milk queitlon to call
at our depot on Sheridan
street and sea how we han
dle the milk delivered to
our customers. To many
the absolute cleanliness of
the depot and the modern
sanitary machinery for tho
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 Is
. carried out in every de
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No. of Dedrooms
Tantalus ,. . . .3 $40.00
kalmuM, 8th Avenue 3 40.00
Kalis Road-. 2 25.00
Gullck Avenue 2 25.00
Klnsu Street ,..3 CO.00
Kshala Deach 2 105.00
Puunul Street 3 C0.00
Nuuanu Street , S 75.00
kalakaua Avenue .3. ',. ...... 37.50
Pacific Helghtt v 5 100.00
Deretanla Street .........4 75.00
Walplo .3 12.00
Wilder Avenu 6 60.00
Wilder Avenu 6 20.00
Pua Lone , 2 17.00
King Street 2 22.50
King Street .....2 20.00
AUwa Height ...2 20.00
Lunalllo Street 3 30.00
Kalmuki, Maunaloa Avenue 2 s. 27X0
Becklay and Kallhl Road 4..., 35.00
Young Street 2 20.00
King Street 3 35.00
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kalll Avenue 2 18.00
Maumaa ;. 1...(8ee book)
Hillside and Lower Manoa Roao ....3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kalmuki 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street .M 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street , 2 25.00
Young Street , 4 18.00
Pawaa Lane 2 18.00
Magaxln 8treet 3 22.50
TRENT TRUST CO., LTi).
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House on Green -St.,
$45 per. - mppitn
Houseon Kewalo jSt.
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
July H, p. in. Conditions' In South
Judging from tho subjects which ,
Professor Shiga will speak on while
111 Ilunnlulu. Slllnn ir tlw. Infill Tnttiin. '
ese think that the speaker will deal
una important features nbout the set
Henry Waterhouse Trust
BEACH PROPERTY 70 feet on Beach, 100 feet on Kalla Road,
or 64,000 sq. ft., with 9 cottages and room for more. Desira
ble for hotel purposes.
PUNAHOU DISTRICT House and Lot on Artesian Street.
Lot 75x100 feet Thro-o bedrooms, parlor, dining-room,
kitchen, bathroom, servants' quarters. Only $2750
PROSPECT STREET Largs Lot with small Cottage for... 300Q
Houses For Rent
1638 Anapunl Street 2 Bedrooms $35.00
Maklkl Street 2 " 60.00
1633 Anapunl Street (for 4 mot, from 7-1-12). 2 " 60.00
Koeaumekii Street (2 mos. from 7-1-12) 2 " 60.00
Walklkl 2 " 35.00
Lunalilo Street , 3 Bedrooms $35.00
Matlock Avenu 3 ' 27.50
1266 Matlock Avenue 2 " 25.00
Piikol Street 3 " 30.00
Lunalllo Street 3 " 30.00
Kallhl Road and Beckley Street 3 " 35.00
Beretania ' Street 3 " 25.00
Wilder Avenue (July 15, 1912 4 " 40.00
Walkikl (July 18, 1912) , 2 " 12.50
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET8
THE MODERN WAY
tlement of the Japanese In the I'aclllc.
Qwlng tu the Inteiest which the local
Japanese linvu In the coining lectures,
a large number of them have pur
chased season tickets.
i MEDEIROS OF WAIALUA
I.lijuor Iiihpertur Kciuu-ll this morn
ing swore out a warrant for the arrest
of Joseph V, lledelroi of Walaluu for
selling liquor to a minor 1, years of
age. Mudclros was In town today and
called at the olllces of l.orrln Andrews,
who will probably appear for him dur
ing the trial.
Kennell suld this morning that he
has been watching the actions of Mr
delros fur some time, nnd It was only
after convincing himself that Jledel
ros violated the laws thut u warrant
for his arrest was sworn out.
The trial will take place In l'ollco
Court tomorrow morning, It Is expect
ed In the meantime Mcdclrot Is out
i on bond.
The Department of Justice probably
will soon begin an Investigation to
find whether there is another leather
Two Cottage, Kallhl 1800
Cottage, Harbottla Lana 2000
Cottage, Harbottla Lan 1200
Cottage, Harbottla Lane '7M
Lot, Puunul, 30.000 iq. ft I'M
Lots 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewalo ' 1000
2-Bedroom Houte, Anapunl Street ; 4500
3-Bedroom Houte, Pllkol Street 4750 ,
2. Bedroom Houte, Lower Punahou Street ..;... I. ... 2850
Lot on Young 8treet, 1298 q, ft 2000
Lot, Be,retania 8lreet, 2.7 aerei.
Lot on Tantalus.
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Cottage, Wilder Avenua 45
Tantalus Residence of General Davie, furnUhed.
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
8ECOND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
(Continued from Paga 1)
It Is rather oxpected thdt the quar
termaster's department will recclvo
similar orders as to expenditures and
thn conservation of funds, but lip to
this afternoon. Major Cheatham, chief
qunrterninster of the department had
received no such cable.
' Officers at headquarters hero bollove
that there Is llttlo clianco of any priv
ate bank or Individual volunteering
lo finance tho army hero on' OaliU, ow-
Ini: to tho fact that money hrlngi too
high a rata of Interest to tlo tip n large
sum for the nominal percentage that
thei soldiery might bo expected to pay
for tho accommodation, for In -any
caso the br'okornke' Would como oufbf'
tho soldier's pocket. , ,.i
"The .sllimllan wiold bc-'farcfcal'Tft
It wasn't bo ettremely sorlous,m said
n high ranking officer of the depart
ment this morning. "Here is tho
nlted States, trying to teach Cubs'
and the Central American republics
how to run their governments, nnd
now tho very thing that causes trou
ble In those countries stnndlng off
the army. Of course thero will bo
no ttirbulcnco or uprising among thn
soldiers, such ns happens In the Lntln
Amerlcau countries, but tho theory Is
there Just the same."
Desert "Sinking Ship."
Already the' effects of tho money
shortage aro being felt by some of tho
officers, one rntlier amusing Incident
being told today' by nn officer stnv
tloned In tli9cltyVljiRt-nKh,-!vhn'
tho evening pajiers containing the
news 'of tho pay stoppage wore hardlt
dry from thq, presses, a Jttimneso cook
bowed his way Intq tho dining room
nnd addressed himself to the mnstnr
of the establishment.
"'Scitso me," began tho little brown
Knancler.lwlth tho usual compllhieut
ry'liiltfijwlng of brehlli. "I rend
army get' no -more pay."'
''Yes,'"' replied the uinrer. ''Maybe
six months no pav.
" 'Sense me." replied the cook. "I
think better for me get now pluce.
And he left ln an hour. . ..
: Following Is tho text of thn Jino
rabto received by the depot .commis
sary: "Case, .Commissary, Honolulu.
"In the abseneo nf an appropriation
for tho 'subsistence of tho army on
and after July 1, tho authority to pro
euro the samo will depend on section
3732 Hovlscd Statutes, as amended,
under which subsistence for tho hrmy
not to oxeced the necessities of the
fiscal year mny bo procured by roll
tract or purchase such contracts or
purchases In Include the provision
that payment will bo mado when funds
are appropriated for tho purpose. Tho
term subsistence will be, construed
ns iiiciuuing sucn supplies as are an-
thorlzed to bo purchased for the army
ly tho general legislation on tho sub
ject of the! ; regulations prescribed pur
suant thereto, without reference to tho
tiiuisator.v provisions appearing In thol
unnual appropriation acts. Commiita-I
tlon or rations, on and after July 1,'
191, will not be allowed, but subsist-'
enco will bo mndo furnished In kind,
Kales of subsistence supplies may bn
pmur to otllcers and on sted men on
criMlltJ is authorized by law. ' "Whoro
tAsli ,1s: received therefor the same
will not bo expended, but will bt Xt
poshed to bo placed to the credit of
ino proper, appropriation when made.
I he continued employment of tho civ,
lllnn employees absolutely necessary
to contract for, Ilecelvc, distribute,
care for and account for such sub
sistence Btoros ns aro now on hand
and as may bo purchased under au
thority of Section 3732 of tho Revised
States as amended Is authorized, and
may be contracted for, payment to bo
made when funds aro appropriated by
LAST WILD MAN OF
BORNEO DIES AT 92
BOSTON', Mass., May 31'. Pintiuip1,
the InBt of the two famous ".Wild Men
of Borneo," died nt .Jho. home of Mrs.
H..A. Warner In Wultham today. I'Ju-'
tuno Is believed to have been about
ninety-two years old, and with his
brother, Wano, who died lu 1905, hud
traveled all. qver. tlie,wor,ldt .
Plutano und Wano wore nmong tho
most famous "frenks" exhibited by the
late P. T. Uarnum. Tho palp wero
brought on u Bhlp to New York In the
early fifties, and were said to Imvo
been captured on the Island of Borneo.
Since 1857 the wild men had been lu
the care of Cupt. Hansford A. Warner,
or one of his descendants.
Plutano and Wano were no larger
than the average 10-year-old boy, but
were possessed of prodigious strength,
and cuch could lift with euso two
heavy men, a feat thut was a regulur
part of their exhibition. None of tho
Wurner family wus ever uhle to teuch
the wild mep to speak Kngllsh.
Alessiindru Ilgnol tiled suit ngaliut
the New Yoik Central nnd thaPullmuu
company fur JSO.OOil damages. Ilnnol
alleges thut on January JT lust the heat
In u drawing room was turned oft 14111!
he dull acted 11 cold,
jLagpt splilneritd smooth, un
broken surfaces no conspicuous
lines cementing done away with
no clouding and no lodging
place. for. dust-and ditt.. . ,
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