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EVENiKO BULLETIN, H0ik'ot.tJLTJ. T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1909.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily emy day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Taeiday of each week.
MEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Harrington, - Editor
Or Mmith, ti)whcreln D.S .7H
Per (Juattcr, inywlici. bi U.S a.oo
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Te1 J Editorial Rooms, - 185
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1009
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"The man who, expending his en-' Some persons seem to think that
irgics wholly on private affairs, re- tlio telephone company can plaster
fuses to take trouble about public tliln town nil over with Just what It
affairs, pluming himself on his wis- please, stick dangerous Irons In
dom in minding his own business, is the sidewalks nnil maintain n Ber
blind to the fact that his own busi- vice that Is n by-word for misery,
ncss is made possible only by the ami then when the I'coplo step In
maintenance of a healthy social with a regulation or two this com
itate, and that he loses all around pany, Iub the tight to ilcmaml In Im
by defective governmental arrange- pcrlous tones by what tight these
ments. When there are many like- curs of humanity presume, to say
minded with himself where, as a an thing nbout the sttects. I'tc
consequence, offices come to be filled sumably thu threat to not put In the
by political adventurers where, automatic sen lee Is Intended to
bribery vitiates the administration frighten the people. Also prcsum
of law nnd makes fradulcnt state ably the people of Honolulu, having
transactions habitual: heavy penal- listened to telephone gun for tho
ties fall on the community at large, last fifteen jcnis, nre tired of It and'
and, among others, on those who would be mote, than pleased with it
have thus done everything for self,
nnd nothing for society. Their in-
vestments nre insecure; recovery of,
tneir debts is difficult, and even
their lives arc less safe than tlwy
would otherwise have been. Her
When the get to trading In tho
lumper stocks, business will be
In wh'tt did they suppose- tho
President of tho United Stntcs would
clothe himself on entering n mine?
Oh to Pearl Harbor. Let the good
work proceed and more speedily
bring Pearl Harbor closer to Hono
lulu. Honolulu Is n good town, nnd tho
men of the navy tiro good men.
cryboily Is hnilng a good time. Why
try to make It out otherwise?
When Claudius shines at the head
of tho Governor's reorganized cleri
cal fotco that top hat should be dis
placed by a crown of burnished gold.
While so many nations are repre
sented in thu harbor, Honolulu
should hnvo n enro that it proics
itself equally pleased to entertain nil
Any person who comes within
hailing distance of Kllauca and
falls to visit the fiery pit tuny put
down In his notebook, "I missed tho
opportunity of a lifetime.''
' What good docs It do for tho
inrthqunkC expert to tell its that
intakes should bo expected tho next
three dajs? Is everjono expected
to llo In tents on his say-so?
The nilator whoso lljlng mnchlno
turned it complete somersault with
out doing Mm injury has no doubt
slatted moro than ono circus man
making plans for next seison's thrill.
Mosquitoes carry malaria and ol
low fever. Files dlstrllmto typhoid
feier. Whllo attacking tho mos
quitoes ns an ounce of prevention,
why not kill oh tho flics In order to
Warships of four foiclgn nations
will hoou bn In this port as a foro
i miner of the ships of oil nations
that will make this port n stopping
plnio ns tho great future of tho Pa
illlo mid Honolulu dcielops.
Judged by their rerords, tho city
government of Honolulu will surfer
no loss of reputation from n rail
down from tho company that has
been furnishing Honolulu with nl
leged telephones for ten jcars or
Blnco when has It been good pub
(lie policy to bar noisy bos and I
their spottB fiom public parks? Atoi
thesd "breathing spots" for the peo-j
plo tn bo used for tlmtpeclal benefit'
of' tho ciatiKy citizens who litvo for-1
gotten that they wero out J citing, (irl
that, sports ever had u place In their
Mnko no mistake,
It Is up to tho
take cnio of tho Honolulu passon-
gers In llrst-class stylo,. That Is tho
purpose of thn protection given
.thoni. nnd thoy should "coniu
thiotigh" In n manner appropriate to awkwardness wero tho main sup
jiroeent ilcmiinds and Honolulu's., poila of ludustiy,
grcat future. It is easy to understand how somo
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pt Sl Monini ,s
Pr Vfr, ti)rhie in I) S I.oo
Pel Ytar n.htrein Ctiudt,,, I. Ho
WrVtir illd, loictfn ,, 3.oo
Entered it the Poitoffice l Honolulu
u fconri-cliii matter.
result that had the nppearnnco of
satisfactory service. That's the way
the telephone company will maho a
winning, nnd Hint's the wny tho now
managers enn mnke the pcoplo be
llcvo there has really been n change.
MAKIKI ATHLETIC GROUNDS.
Why should tho Maklkl Park be
closed In athletic sports?
If memory series correctly this
park was presented to the public ns
a recreation ground. It lias always
been used as such, nnd there Is no
od lcason for changing the rules
Lvernlng the ground or the precious
Furthermore, the growth of tho
Ity mnkes the recreation ground a
'topic for more serious consideration
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man ll lias lllllicno uei'll. i lie peu
pln should stand more firmly for the
retention of public gtnuuds for
their original purposes. The spoils
men becking recreation should not
bo forced out of the town. This Is
particularly true of the' young men
nnd bo)s against whose bubbling
spirits and noise tho chief complaint
Is usually made, but for whoso con
icnlcnco nnd welfare' tho grounds
are nnd should be maintained.
Tho Maklkl playgrounds should be
n perpetual haien for tho pcoplo who
enjoy athletic sports. It Is the last
place In town wheie uny "keep off
tho grass" signs should bo found.
If tiecs hnvu been planted so as
to Interfere with sports, they should
be cut down and other trees started
where they will glie u w oleoma
shade, but not Interfcro with tho
MILK ORDINANCE AND POLITICS.
Any milk ordinance that will ns
slst In putting tho milk supply of
this or any other city on a civilized
basis may be reckoned ns n step in
tho right direction.
lly civilized basis, wo mean regu
lation that will enforce somo of tlio
modern Ideas of dnlrjlng wlfh which
we fear all too many of our milkmen
I ho day was when nnyono was
supposed to be nblc to run a farm,
nnd It "an j ono" had moro than
tli..n nn ...I ..nl.l ...lit. . ..........
wuiu vin,a mill diiiii iiiiiu in t iiiHiiui-
cis ho was a dalrjmnn, Knowledge
of how to caro for Ills cattle or nn
understanding of tho qualities of
milk nnd Its purity were by no
On the mainland tho situation Is
very different today. In tho city of
Honolulu wo are running along an
tho old-tlmo theory that "anjono"
can run a daily, with tho exception
of ranchers who hnvo "rend up" on
modern dulrjlng nnd hao volun
tarily Improved conditions In thK
cry Impoitnut brunch of tho city's
Since theso men hnvo nlrcndy
brought their dairy establishments
up In n high standard It Is quite, nnt
titnl that nn ordlnanco putting milk
production nnd traffic on n modern
basis should be looked upon by thoio
tunning their dairies lit thn "good
old-faBhloncd way" us an attempt to
hinder them and help tho llvul.
Theiu was a time when tho main
land fanners felt the same way nbout
It. Hut that was beforo tho ngrl-
'cultural colleges and tho
tttral experiment Btatlons
niilmal husbandry n science nnd
n study In place of an occitpi-
tlon In which main stieui;th and
Fort & School Sts
Emma Lane 2B. R.
709 Kinau St 2B.R..
Rose & Middle Sts... 3 B, It..
Union & Garden Lanc.3 B. R. .
Pnwaa & Young St..4B, R..
Kinau and Alapai Sts.2B, R, .
1111 Kinau St 3B.R..
1245 Lunalilo St....3B.R..
725 Kinau St 3B.R..
Manoa Valley . . 4, . .3 B. R. .
110 Bates St 2B.R..
Elsie ave & Young St.4 B. R. .
Hotel & Richards.... 2 B.R..
1280 Beretania St...5B.R..
Manoa Valley 2B. R..
Elsie Av. & Young St . 3 B. R. .
Wilder Av. & Makiki. 3 B.R..
1257 Kinau St.
2039 Nuuanu St.
. 5 B.R.. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
of our milk men who can neither
read nor wrllo may feel ronWnccd,
when tho milk ordlnanco Is rend to
them, that this ordinance for tho im
provement of Honolulu's dnlrtcs and
the milk scned the pcoplo Is n crea
tion of dcilt8lt nilstocrats seeking
lo destroy their particular business.
It Is nlso easy to seo how men In
politics for what thcro Is In it may
take tho opportunity to play upon
the Igiiotnnco of such milkmen and
put tho matter In such n form as to
make a political muddle from which
they may gain a few otcs.
Whllo much Is being made of tho
poor man who strives to mnko a liv
ing by limning a dairy, let us not
forget tho poor man or moro pnr
tlculaily tho children of tho poor
man who have to consumo tho milk.
ltlch men can afford to pay 'the
high prices for specialized dairy
milk. Vmlcr the present system,
the poor man's children hnvo to tako
what they can get from tho dairy
where the old-fiKliloiied Bjstcm of
da'lrlng nnd possibly tho old-fash
ioned h j stem of milk watering pre
nll3. Whllo thinking of the poor dairy
man, don't forget the largo number
of poor customeis.
When It Is considered In that
light, we bellevo that the man who
hopes to make n political Issuo of
tho pure milk ordlnanco Will find tho
cnuso of the People on the side of
Where tho mdinnnce might put
ono milkman of doubtful dairy
methods out of business, tho contin
uance of tho doubtful methods of
that one dalrjmnn will probably
cnuso thn death of n score of human
beings, tho major portion of them
Therefore let Honolulu's city gov
ernment put Itself on the side of
modern progress. It tho ordinance
Is n little leond the a erase edu
cation of tho people of this city at
this time, It will bo well for tho pub
lic servants to realize that tho op
position will have many sortowful
days when Honolulu people become
ns well acquainted with dairying ns
arc tho mnlnlimdeis, where moro o
uctlng dairy ordinances nre demand
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley.
Size of lot 100x150. House consists
of living room, dining room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. New
ly painted inside and out and mod
era in every particular. Price
$4'500,00, cash or easy payments.
,. ' Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets, j .i .'.!...
LOTS FOR SALE.
2 lots near Fort Ru-
ger on Twelfth Ave,,
2 lots on summit of
small hill, two blocks
from car line, $300.00
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
A From 6 a.m.
Havejjou a pad of Wireless
Message Blanks on your desk t
jj n tf Jt n n n n x:
POOR MILK VS.
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Supcnlsor Dnn Logan Is verily n
sago of thu Hrst water.
Whllo on his feet lit tho council
chamber nt 9 o'clock Inst night, mak
ing n strenuous fight for tho passing
of tho milk oidlilances, a gooil ono oc
curred to him, and tilting his right
hand at a Henry Inlng dramatic poise,
"Secretary Strauss In re lowing tho
mailer, said that uusnullary milk con
tallied moro poisonous germs than bad
Tho other Super Isors roared, tho
Mayor iini) his Scctetitry smiled broad
ly. whllo thoso in tho niidlenco let
loose. 'Tho 8tiicrIsors timely bIioI
may hnvo!. had something tn do with
Furnished cottages at Funahou,
Beretania -t. end Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
The A. HOCKING house at the
mauka end of Kewalo street. Com
pletely furnished. This is the most
desirable house in Honolulu being
offered for rent at the present time.
Rent $100 per month.
For particulars call at
Bishop Trust fo.,
tho oto for wo nro to hno purer
milk In thu future.
"Thero'a bound logic In that," mild
James Illckncll, thu auditor. And how
does ho know? A hromo seltzer, or n
ginger ale, Is thu strongest ho over
"Thero uro somo hero who do know,"
raid another olllclal, looking at almost
THE ADVERTISER AND
Hdltor H v c n I ti g II it 1 1 u 1 1 n :
In this morning's Advertiser thcro
appears an editorial headed "Eng
lish Ingratitude to Shncklcton," In
which It Is tinted that Meat Shack
leton fulled to get tho necos'ir.ry fi
nancial bucking for his expedition In
his own country nnd that it email
group of Americans ngtccd to make
up tho (tendency, but they wore un
nlile to do so uwlug to tho financial
stringency In tho United States.
Further on In snld editorial it states
that tho lltltlsh goernmcnt le
fuscd to tontrlbitto to the fund, nnd
tho explorer was left to meet tho
debt Incurred the host wny ho could,
and tho editor of tho Advertiser
sajBt No wonder Kngland Is ile
genotntlng." Now, -a lint arc the facts of the
case? Lieut, Shuckclton's expedi
tion was a luroly pi hate enterprise,
similar to Dr. Cook's to tho North
Polo. lie was a comparatively un
known man beforo starting on his
trip, nnd yet, notwithstanding this,
a few English friends (not Ameri
cans, who had nothing tfa do wltn
tho matter from beginning to end)
becamo guarantors to tho bank for
an overdraft of $100,000, said over
draft to be repaid by July, 1910.
On Lieut. Shuckclton's return lo
England tho question nroso ns to
how I his umount was to bo paid to
tho bank. Ho expected to bo ubla to
repay part of It from tho sale of his
forthcoming book of travels, but tho
llrltlsh government has granted him,
UNSOLICITED. $100,000, which Is
sufficient to meet nil tho guarantees
given by Lieut. Shacklcton nnd his
friends for advances. Lieut. Shack
lcton has expressed his appreciation
of this generosity. The total tost of
tho expedition wns between $210,
000 and $225,000, of which $.10,000
camo from tho lltltlsh Dominions of
Australia nnd New Zealand,
in conclusion I will suggest to tho
editor of tho Advertiser that ho
should keep himself posted on Eng
lish topics by reading some of tho
leading English newspapem, mid not
conflnu his lesenrchos to sccund-rato
Amcilcau Journals, such us tho Kan
sas City Journal uud others of that
RIOT JURY IS DELIBERATING,
(Continued from Faze 1)
is simply it b nonunions term used lit
explanation of thu crlmo of llot and
Is accompanied by tho maximum pen
alty of flvo j ears Imprisonment or it
lino not In excessViif $1000.
When It was' seen last night that
thoro was' tin Imniedliito prospect of
leaching an ngieomcnt, preparations
wero mado toward securing ncconnno
dntloim for tho jurors, No rooms wero
(o bo had down town mid It was not
until tho Monna was communicated
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron becte at
specially reducedr prices
luring the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
' King Street, near Alakea
We repair by the same kind of machinery used in up-to-date
factories to mnke shoes, nnd we do the woik bet
tcr, quicker and cheaper than is possible by hand.
We can do' ordinary repairing while you wait.
Men's soles and heels , ,
Regal Shoe Store, -
with that It was found posslblo to got
Tho bccoikI ttlal of tho Walpihu
rioters, which, llku tho first, has elid
ed In u hung Jmy, consumed fourteen
days. Tho llrt dial took twontj-four
dnys nn dwheti finally illschniged stood
tit for conviction mid six for ucuult
tal. Tho Jury Is composed of Joseph I.
Whlttcl, Edmund JohuHou, John Trash,
11. 1'. Campbell, H. J. AUcucnstic. John
A. lioltneld, Samuel V. Nott, (loot go
II. (Iteen, James Otilld, David Yovvull,
David Mai tin, John K. Clark.
(Continued from Faze 1)
tuoru rcrtlllcatcs of Hawaiian birth to
bo Issued by tho executive ollltes.
It has been understood that n plan
of tho icorgnnlzallon of tho clerical de
partment tit thu oxccullvo onirun has
been favorably cousldeied for somo
time. In connection with tho iipplicit'
Hon of tho Idea tlio (Inventor said Ihl.i
morning that 11 would ovolvo tho tiann
for of his omco to that occupied by
For baby's bath, tic
this anron around you,
and after wasluntr,
wrap the infant in the
apron, which will ab
sorb every atom of
moisture : this apron
can also be used for a
carriage or cradle
It is made of cotton,
closely knitted with a
long, downy fleece.
.$1.20. Women's $1.00
cor. King and Bethel
The oldest and best school. In
struction by mail adapted to every
one, Recotrnizcd by courts nnd cdu
caton. Prepares for practice. Will
Letter your conditions and prospects
in business. Monthly payment plan.
Brown k Lyon Co.,
Secretary Jlott Smith that olllclal now
having much of bin time taken' up by
tho (inoious affair. of tho Hoard of
Health, which uro Just now In i: pctlo 1
of transition that icqultcs active ox
It is hullovcd that it dellntlo tin
uouneomenl In connection with til)
plan of cloilc.1l vcdig iid. ltlon will lio
iiiinlo within thu (ouiho of a few days,
when thu details Will hnvo been sa
TO THE MINUTE. '
rather Do )ou llnd Itobeit
piompt at tho oillce?
Ills Kmlilojer Yes, Indeed, t inn
er saw In all my Wo n jotiug loan
who could get out of the otlliu lit
o'clock with less delay. i:chaiigo.
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