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WKL !JH1! JBW-ffTraa H?l" W jfm-P1ffi WKWBfTT r.rj '.t- EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, JULY 19, 1911. - If: II WW' II: nH PBS ' V)4v ;cnr ' rr a I :'" i-. r :? 'if Evening Rulfetin DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii. Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED 'In the Territory ot Hawaii. Wallace R. Fakkinutop, - Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. uvuniino iiui-i.irriN lo M,ith, nitit hi US ,7H P (J'it1r, anjrwtitie !u U S..... J.(o In Yar,inv"hfc Intl.? H,oo Tcr Vem, fnil.md, lurflxn, ...,., l3.tio "ll tidltorlal Rooitih, I CI.BuaineM Office, WEDNESDAY ; nl "lint tins happened to myself Imliij, lint vtlmt has Inippeiieil to oili er through nir that kIioiiIiI lie nij tliiiiiglit. F. I), make. Certain safety fur tills city will nut 11 1 low any delays In tlio measures that wilt let sunlight Into the ilark places, improve tlio water system, nil tlio bog holes, extend the Hewers, and kill off (lie mosquitoes. What nonsense for the Superin tendent ir 1'nhllc Works to ho wor rying his head over tlio loan com missions or the other Islands, when right hero In Honolulu Is (ho prob lcm of the sewers and water works that should have Intelligent, Inces sant attention, attention thai will Ret results in tlio shortest possible tlino. .lolin I). Sprcckcls says that tlio siiKiir tin IfT hultt up the planters In these Islands. Itlght, oil! old hoy. Hut lie It rememhered that the ma "Jorlly of those planters remained hero In the Islands to build up nn Ameri can territory. They didn't quit tho J'plaro and become nbscnleq landlords. That's what the Sprcck'cis did, and they have no good reason to mako fares at tho present business popula tion of tho Territory of Hawaii. SUPERVISORS' RESPONSlBlinY. Of course thu ItcVubllcnn "'Supervis ors overrode tho Mayor's veto on tlio ordinance relating to tho control of tlio Honolulu road dcpnrtmcnLtThero lias yet to appear nny pood reason why they should do otherwise. It is 'also plain that tho Supervisors would lmvo been foolish to have wasted tlmo In 11 dicker with the Mayor that would ,liavo merely caused a delay and left tho responsibility for tho road de partment still In tho air. ' Now that tho ordinance Is passed, It Is up to tho friends of tho Mayor , to causo troiihlo and delay by court proceedings. If they wish. Hut tho blnnio for such delay of public busi ness will bo clearly placed, With tho ordinance. In force, It must bo rcmemhorcd by tho Supervisors that tho responsibility thoy assume Is no Email una. Thoy have shouldered tho whnlo business and will 'bo held to account accordingly. The solo aim of tho Supervisors must ho clllclcncy. They cannot afford to do any dab bling In factional politics that tries to make excuses for Inefficiency on the ground of the expedients of politics. Never In tlio history of this city' lias thti sentiment boon more, widespread nnd determined that wo must have re- huUr; that tlio size, thb growth, nnd tho future of Honolulu call for broad policies vigorously carried forward. Tho people want to see the llopub llcan Supervisors fulfill this expectu tlon. That' Is what the Republicans were put In olhco for, ' Hut It our Republican Supervisors do not satisfy tho demand, they will bo voted down nnd ouj as certainly as tho sun rises each day on n brighter future nnd better times for,.'thc city, Make no mistake gontlemon of tho Hoard of Supervisors, It Is up to you Your ordinance Is right. Hut you must put first-cluis men In office, You must seo that tho taxpayers get a fulr day's labor for-every dollar'ex pended on tho roads. If construction 'by contract seems advisablo, so bo It. EVENING "Aro you related to tho brldo or groom-elect?" Inquired tho busy ush er. "No.' "Then what Interest have you In ll.o ceremony?" t " 'I'm tho defeated candidate." ' "Do you believe everything he Hays?" ' "I used to. until ho tried to tell ino VjV'tlio oilier. Unytli'at'youcouIdii'Ulosb ( nny uioro money playing dollar-llinlt WUHKI.Y UUI.l.llTKN t Sl Monte ,a rtr Veai, tnrwhtitluU.S I.ixi Pi YcMinyhct a Canada. I. Bo ' pel Veat imatittUt, Ionian '3.im 2185 2256 IntCTtd it Itw roatothct al HoDototu an SKond-claM matter. JULY 19, 1911 Hut this work, llko all that whlcli may bo done by tho city, must bo Hirst-class and carried forward with good despatch. Supervisors, you have 11 big task on your hands In properly administering the affairs of this city so that It shall be a city thoroughly up to date, n progressive city that gets things done. .With nil duo respect for ills many estimable qualities, tho mayor of tho city Is entirely inadequate to the du ties before him. Tho responsibility for success or failure, for urogrcss or not of Honolulu Is on the shoulders of tho Supervlsou,. If you want to1 bo us picturesque as tho man "who seen bis duty nnd bo done it" go ahead. Hut don't forget that you have a man's Job on your, bands, ns well ns tho rate of tho Kcpubllcnu party In the city of Honolulu. ' MAKIKI PARK RESERVATION. Governor Frcar's statement that ho will Issue ttio proclamation setting aside tho Maklkl Valley us a natural park area, is a most gratifying con clusion of tho agitation resulting In' the concurrent resolution passed by' the Legislature. '' It appears from tho flovernor's In terview that ho has Included In tho park area somo of tho sldehlH sand lots that were surveyed and labeled city lots, or something quite as In appropriate. If he -lias taken In all these' shifting sand piles so much tho hettcf. There is a small stretch of land at tho bottom of Hound Top that will make good city lots and will no doubt bring a fair price. Those sand lots aro n monument to the wnsto of Territorial money for useless surveys. Tho great point gained Is that tfio area of Maklkl Val ley, tho natural park, Is set nsldo for tho public. Its natural beauty Is sec ond to nono of tho vnlleys ot equal sIko on this Island, and Us accessibil ity will mako tho cool and plctur csquo nooks Increasingly popular with tho pcnplo of tho town seeking a place for rest and refreshment of it Sunday or holiday. In the courso of' tlmo tho road to tho top of tho mountain, making an other approach to Tantalus, will n6 doubt bo constructed, but It is to bo hoped that tho money will not bo tak en at this time tinder tho gulso of spending money to open up home steads. Tho Ilullotln believes that the Territory should control and set nsldo In a similar manner the upper part n't Pauo'a and I'alolo valllcs which are not only natural parks but also, as Jn tho enso of Maklkl, contain the sources ot water that will somo day liavo to bo .stored for tho supply ot tho city. PROMOTING EUROPEAN IMMI GRATION. Charter of 11 steamer, coincident with tho departure for Europe of Spcclul Agent Campbell, has the nt mosphcro of prompt bustncss-llko action by tho Territorial Hoard ot, Immigration. This is what tlio peo ple llko to seo, and with n Judicious expenditure of tho money available thero appears to be every reason why tho movement of European Immi grants should be regular and' of fair volume. SMILES poker thun you could playing 10-cent limit." He I feel, darling, that I am not half good enough to bo your husband, hut alio Hut what, George? He I'm a durn sight too good to bo the son-in-law of your grouchy par ents. "Have nny Mick on your fishing trjp?" ycs counting thosq that got away-nnd those we threw -back we almost got seven." , i ' The great value of this Immigra tion work Is apparent now, but it will bo doubly so within threo yours when betweon-ocenn trnlllc should begin through tho Panama Cnnnl. This Is well understood by the peo ple of this part of tho .country lind It Is gratifying to noto by occasional editorial utterances that tho eastern ers arc taking nn Interest In 'nnd finvo Intelligent' knowledge of bur needs. Tim following is faken from tho Lynn (Mass.) Item: Tho statement Is made In San Francisco that three of tho larg est of tho trans-Atlantic lines aro preparing to operate direct lines 1 of steamers from Kuropo to Sun Francisco, ns soon as the Pa nama canal opens. These fines nro tho Hamburg-American, tho North-German Lloyd and tho Cunard, nil of which aro actively engaged In tho 'Immigration traffic. It is dllllcult to exaggerate tho Importnnco of such Bcrvlco to tho development of California. It puts us at once practically on both tho Atbmtlc and Pacific coasts, with, our faces across lioth , oceans. As wo tiro now getting tho bulk of the unwel come Oriental Immigration, be cause wo are at the front door of It, so wo shall then get our share of tho Kuropean Immigra tion, which now goes to Now York, simply becnuso that Is easl esl.'and banks up there, becnuso It can get no further; wo need more. Hrtnglng thousands of families , of Kuropean races to California and tho other states of tho Paclllc . J "Sloiio will both sunnly desirable anlttnr. tnf nllr I1tlfll!,,t Viltlnva ' and plains nnd glvo us workmen .. for field nnd orchard, thus reliev ing the pressure from farmers for Orlentnl labor. With u heav ier population of whites, there will bo no need of a servile yol low labor. And tho whites will make good American citizens of 11 homogeneous kind, which tho Chinese nnd Jnpuncso and Hin dus never enn supply. This Is one Instance In which, apparent ly, tho higher class of labor will drlvo out tho lower, nnd Is ono, more reform to credit to tho building of tho Panama canal. Stranger things might happen than that tlio open-door for tho' Euro pean Immigrant, through the Panama Cnnnl, will result In n, removal of somo of tho restrictions on Oriental' Immigration. The primary objection to tho Immi gration of tho Orlentnl Is that ho comes In such numbers that lie over whelms. Ho cannot be, assimilated. If tho opportunity Is 'open for tlio European to come' to this part of tho, world In unlimited numbers, being diverted from New York, it may bo found feasible to nllow a ccrlnin pro portion of .Orientals to pass tho pro tective .barriers. , NO flliBlERE FOR BIG BOND ISSUE (Continued from Pag 1) make them desirable to national banks In Hawaii except under the local con illtlons obtaining here. This feature Is that they can be used ns deposits In secure government funds. It ,mny bo stated, however, 1111 good authority that the only bunk In Honolulu to which ttil.s feature would appeal ns u buuK Investment, which Is the First National Hunk, already has all of its govern inent deposits amply secured, and thero is no prospect that further security, snili ns might be furnished by tho de posit of theso Territorial bonds, will bo- needed. Tho government, Indeed for tho past few years has partially withdrawn its funds In many ensus from national, bnnks, but In view of tho largo iipiount of Federal work In prog-' res and In pretpect here, thero Is lit tle possibility that such wil bo the case locally, -" To tho other bnnks hero, the bonds do not appeal 11s Investments, while bond-brokers nnd capitalists generally have not believed at any time that locnl money would bo put Into them In any quantity. At times In the past thero has, been considerable Mile hero for Territorial bonds, William O. Irwin at onq tlmo taking 11 good deal. Hut at present much higher' Interest can easily be sc-. cured for loans. On tho mainland tho bonds' will be In demand becnuso they can be used lis security for government deposits, tyut it Is not believed that lOuropenn Investors will be In on the bidding. The nntleo of opening of the bids here, say brok ers. Is lurgely 11 matter of form, nnd It Is expected that news of tho suc cessful bidders will all cpmo from Now York City. Tho "Loan Shark" bill, providing for the-creation of a state supervisor for loan agencies, has been reported In the Massachusetts house nnd launched on the usual courso of legislation. WISDOM Vj I ,. . ' VT . It's wisdom to., buy home, unwise tft continue ' ' i '.' '. , .rmtlng. , ,1 , ' ' ( ' ' BUY A HOME .'..., , f . . , ' n-ronin home near Hher- " (,' ,1 Iduti street. Modern house, v '- ' . , , with two wcll-phintcd (ots. , A bargain at $2700. W i I M i-l I..U.. I J Trent Trust Co., Ltd. DURI.NG your ab $' scticc from the Islands we are prepared to.mauage.yoiir .estate and' look after your interests here. You will find it greatly to your 'advantage to place the management of your affairs with a capable and responsible concern. Come and see us as to terms Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. Bathat Strait PINEAPPLCBt- BANANA81I A CraU of 8lx Sateetad Pinas or a Large Bunch of -Bananas , Simply leave your order wo do the rest. , .IBLArJD FflUIT COMfArJ,Y (With Wells, Fargo Express Company) NO DEFINITE PLANS YET' FOR CONGRESS PARTY No plans have been iniiile yet for the entertainment of tho Congressmen when they visit Hawaii, as It Is not consldired quite certain when they will finally adjourn, Secretary Molt-Smlth mid today that, although no definite plans had been made. It was understood that the program would not be so extruded ns on the Inst occasion. "Wo gnvo them too much to do (then, 110 suid, "and this time I tlilnk(vo'wlll let them have more time to thqmsolvcs. We kept them ,011 tho Jump from tho time they landed until they wciyUaway, but this time , there will, tint ha so much. As far as I know, the plans will be, car ried nut along the saino1 lines us they worn then, hut until I havo M-cn tho governor I, can not say for certain." LAND OF iVIanoa V ' ' ' - Waterhoiise: Xriist 6lnca we bogan sailing lota In this land we hava laarned a thing or two t ' First That tht real datnand la for m'adlum.slza house lots) and in accordance with our suggsstlon tho owner has subdivided tha two large lota Into twelve smaller ones, containing from 18, 000 to 20,000 square fast Still good-sized jottl Second That the lots in this land' come pretty near selling themselves. The reason? Daeausa the lots are not remnants nor undesirables left over altar the pick, but are the rea choice lo cations. This Is easily' proved' by a ' visit to the land. Let us show youl t Waterhoiise Trust F0ET AND MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T, S, Exhibition of Old Japanese Prints -On atGURHKY'S t rtiii oFicb of. tub WIRELESS IS OPEN FOH SHIPS' MESSAOHS UNTIL- 11 P. M. TELEPHONE 1574 I ' ' FACTORY SEWAGE President Mott-Smlth. of tlio, Board of Health and Dr. Prutt mnde aiylsit of inspection this morning to the pine npplo factories nt lwllci. They, .had h cfanferened some "tlmo ago In con nection with tho matter ot, , making better arrangements for. tho dlsiiosul of sowcrugo and now find that mat ters tiro on n very good footing; "Tho companies have fallen, In with our suggestions very readily," said Mott-Smlth this morning, "and .havo dono good work. They havo combined and put Iiun scwugo system of their own. .Tho whole of the matter Is pumped Into (ho government sower near the prison and In this way tho tnctorics aro in n very sanitary con dition. Big Work Ahead. "Within the next thrco days wo hope to bo able to gat on with thu work In connection with tho filling up of holes unil general cleaning up. Tho first district wo are to tako In Is that bounded by King strcot. South street, Ala Moana and Ward avenue. This takes n Kukuako and Kowulo. Are Combining. "Owing lo tho fact thai there aro such a niimlier of llttlo places through out this division nnd tho cost ofjeuch owner1 having to fill In ,011 his; own account Ihey are planning 11 combine. Tho systematizing and arrangement of nil this will necessitate an enor ni'o'us amount of work which wo hopo PUUPUEO Valley r-V iK' IN GOOD ORDER --. ' - to get onto soon as possible. No Actual Work Yet. "Although wc shall bo working along on tho plans tor some tlmo to come there will bo - vory little chanco of getting any actual filling In complet ed until wo have Ih'j whole matter arranged. All the owncis are com ing In very readily wllh us on the subject und go la. 111 0.10 has regis tered any kick. 'I hoy pl seem to ho w'cl nwilro ol Hie iscL. that If Ihcy do not do It wu w,ll und are falling Into lino accordingly. From what I can seo now' do not think thero will bq any necessity for spending any of tho J2.f,n;oqO granted us by the last legislature. , . Tho third, land drawing was mndo this morning covering tho division of Kau, on Hawnl). ' There were twenty cno lots hut only seven applications. Another, drnwlrtg will bo mndo to morrow of tho division covering" Punn, Jlilo nnd llanmkim on Hawaii. Thero tire about nno hundred lots in this and between fifty and sixty nppll cants. " Following nro tho names of those wio drow lots (his morning: l Mrs. Anna Pcnlnmlnn, K. Ilooklo klc, Thomas K. Forrest, Jr., Job Na- lati Kamokti, Wm,. K. ForreBt,, Harry O, Tledcmnnti,,Nahula Mokuhnlll. 1 FUNERAL SERVICES OF . SENATOR H. T-MOORE 8. ' The following 'account of tho funcinl of Senator It. T. Mooro Is taken from the Son iFruucMo .Examiner ot July 6 Tho Hcuialifh Af Herbert T. Mooro wcro laid to rest In Cypress Ijiwii cem etery yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of Paclllc I-odgc No. 130, F. & A. M. Mcorc, n Southerner by birth, went In Hawaii soon nfter the annexation nnd encaged In business there. Ho was 11 sound Democrat In politics, nnd was the pioneer of Democratic principles In tho Islands. Always n fnvorllo with tho natives, he scoured air overwhelm ing vote when ho ran for the Territo rial Senate nnd hud tho unique position of being the only Democrat In a Re publican House. ' In February, 1910, he decided to cifme to San Frnnclsco on nccount of his wlfo's health, nnd, since that time, has engaged In tho -wholcsalo cigar busi ness in Snn F.ranclsco with marked success. ,IIIs death was unexpected; und followed nhprt Illness from which ho was expected )o recover. . ' SHOW INCREASE, IN TAX RETURNS Tho Governor gave out somo moro figures In "connection with the collec tion of Inxes this 'morning. The total collected by tho tax bureau, which docs not Include Insurance or herltago taxes.'nmountH to 12,607,61.55, as com pared with $2,556,355.06 Inst year. There Is n general nil-round Increase except In tho case of the general 'n come taxes, V)ileh 'shojv a decrease of Sin.742.7a. This w-ns expected, bow- over, and did not cqmo'ot, 11 surprjso to iinyone. The amount on real property amounts to S766.42!).6X' for tha present fiscal year, as compared with' the-sum of S709,943.S5 for tho last period, rcr snnal property shows up with $733,- 800.45 as against $720,252.68. Oenernl Income, which shows tho only decrease, registers $422,251.79 as ngnlnst $435,- 994.55. Tho special Incomo tax adds up to $379,749.68, as against $377, 694.27 for I ho hist period. flovomnr Froar .Is In receipt of a letter ro'm Superintendent af Public Instruction, Willis T. Pope, who Is at present, on tho mainland,. Ho says that he has been visiting various' In stitutions nnd gaining much valuable Information concerning them. , His visits linvo Included ,vnrlous re formatories and also detention houses, Hoslclcs this ho mndo a vlsjt to tho Oeorgo Purontol Itepubllc nt Ixis An- gole' und iHso to ino uoorgo -junior ftov.ublc af, ClJmo, Cal. $ . 9 . . ' Expert Watch iiT. I iring HOWARDWATCHE3 s RELIABLE CLOCK8 H. f. Wichman & Co.. Ltd.. Leading Jeweler. THIRD DRAWING THIS MORNING aisles xm. JWJ Kepa Constipation Vanishes Forever Proaft Kdicf"PmuMs4 Cm CARTER'S UTTXE uvea riusM lei 1 Penh weU able act siren; bat rally e laahW. Step ailar. deal da iiatlaa aaptaw die tewpaaaea bnaa geysaT Basel M, Wfl Bass, law! Trias GcmIm annuel Signature Electrically Purified Milk This wonderful new pro-' jats recently ettabllahad In oiir milk depot on Sheridan street absolutely insures the purity of every drop of mlk we aall, without af fecting the flavor or qual ity.' r , Physician and bacteri ologists everywhere pro nounce this the one perfect method of purifying milk. Call and see the purify ing apparatus In operation. Honolulu Dairymen's Association A. BLJOM; Importer , Fort St A new style . in "Crossett Shcies for Men:" We are showing e,ome nice ones in PATENT COLT BUTTON BOOTS 1 .Iso a GUN-METAL CALF Ahlch is an extremely pop ular shoo among tha younger men. Thye are built -with a high arch, high heel and high toe. 8tye, comfort, and qual ity. The best for the l.'ast money,. Price $5.00 Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd. 1051 FORT 8TREET Forcegrowth Will Do It JiaaaaaaaaTXk. & aaaav-a' -. sssa r BWEarea VaaPPIWTtUC I afisTaV lslr'r I UiLaF JW" mmm I WHIRL WIND I Iril fn h te mmtEZMimmimi i t "iji iiilflii!lWi u&4L.,:..&. iLJi.. zJ&ijiL-jd JLtiLk A'-ltir:sa'