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(or In hull lion r lie ilkiMioliiU'd.
Al( tinnier I'opc.
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looking to the future, wh not W.
II Mclmrny for Mn)Cr of Honolulu?
Cltlruis of Cumula may ho certain
that this Is the last call for reciproc
ity. 'I ho United States will neci
tackle the Btrugglo ngnlu
rcrh.tps the mniis for which the
Bntiltntlou comiiiiIshIou are uniting got
mlxid up with tho plans for the Judl
Ilo n civic worker, not ft civic kick
er, nml then when oii make your-
-m .unlf lutrinl knlnonno V.I11 he llknlv to
t,M "- " ' . " . .
i.jjstcn, lusteail of lutigii.
t Go nut anil tin something for the
- 1 htneflt of Honolulu .voursclf nml )ou
will not lime so much tlmo to com-
tfplulu of wmt j on think cthcis ought
tho baseball Karnes us a
n combination of the Chinese
.lap.ineso for co-oponttlvc pur
poses is about ns 'practical as mixing
UMht oil anil water
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!" San Kninclsco has decided the Inlr I
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V Bite. Honolulu Situ Shlfteru should
(u-- take a fossiin from it piogrcsslvo city
nnd fult trying to delny the. jirogVcss
of this municipality b) blocking tho
Old Siibscrllicr has .tsked wlicther
that liltln shake 'of tho earth was
soon aflcr Expert Starrctt stirred
Kiiual by saying that It Is n great
place for the American farmer, or
something like Hint.
After Justice has mado lis home
within the nlil bungalow, tho building
run be rcckiuicil ns having servul a
SJUijy-l'lelt' spliore of usefulness. It has
T housed moit nvcrytlilng else.
Going oer tho sugar circulars Hie
Important question arlt.es whether
1M I'nllltz should bo put down ns n
prophet of tho old-fashioned type or
Just one of tho luckiest gucsscrs on
You can gamble on this: If yel
low foer should ever get Into lid-
' nolulii, it will arrho the day after or
Just beforo the tnriff Is taken off
Biigar. Ono thing always comes after
Itcnieuiber that it was Champ Clark
who said tliatttho hoodlum politician
Is bettor than tho "flno haired" ones
who sit back In their ofllces and com
plain. And ffio whole nation, of work
ers, applnuded the.sentlmcnt.
This strugglo to get tho best of tho
mosquito Is it vital one for every
1 business man In Honolulu. Should
It full for want of united ahd aggres
slxo public Buport, tiio coat to these
Fame business tmen will run up Into
the millions ,
There Is no more reason for Ho
nolulu being in a doubtful sanitary
condition, thnn there Ii for 'making
sugar n a slop bucket provided ev
ery citizen, will onllro, his responsi
bility in 'aiding "the officers having
tho imtnedlato direction of the public
Unless ;ou are of tho variety thut
puts ' money in n H'ocl Ing and hides
It undo' the- bed, yoj will now In-
"I'vo been warning Clira Skeggs
about allowing livr husluni lo plus
so much btseball. Now It's nmdo hor
"What aio you talking about? ,v No
thing's tho matter with Rkcggs""
"I tell j 011 It's flnlshPil him I snw
in) self In Iho pnpor wltoio Hill SIceggH
was jilajlng 11 gnmo mid died 011 the
1SSJL J I .J.
mi ifl. ,im4mmim
B U I i I7ETHV
SnlciM II tut PcMlaltHa It tlonol.lg
a KMntKt-rltiKi mltlcf.
.JULY 25, 1011
vest in cither Honolulu stocks or
Honolulu icnl estate The chances
are not In faor of nn extremely rnd-
Icnl tariff change In the xchetlulcs
jmj affect our Imlu&trlcs. Anil the
j certainty of this city's growth as n
I result of Kulerdl
not doubtid by an j one.
Nebraska Democrats arc spl't bo
tveen Harmon nml a Ilrjan man.
Nebraska ilcpublicnns are split be
tween the Ti.ft nnil tho 1j Ifollctto
men. There ou havo early In tho
Reason tho 1'no-up that will bo carr"
ricd through to tho final light In th!e.
National nominating conventions next
Juno. The on) present problem la
whether the light In each of tho Nn-
tlonnl political ramps will become bo
hitter that the candidate! Anally put
beforo the people will be ' dark'
horses" that must be iakin to pre
vent h wnrk of tho whoto ninihtno.
If Superintendent Campbell has a
glimmer of sense ho will cease
punctuating his otflco conversations
with decorated langllitgo1 regarding
tho belt road commission of tho cltyJ
Hnd county of Honolulu. There's too1
much real work to do In speedily plac
Ing tho water nnd sower systems of tho
municipality In proper condition, to
allow of tlmo WHSteit In idle iiom-
hast. If tho Superintendent of Public
Works will "tackle ono thing aud
carry It through rapidly and well, he
will reap glory that Is worth While.
Incldcntnll) of course ho will do that
for w blch he Is paid by the taxpayers.
HOW MANr BUSINESS HEN ANS
WER. THIHOLL CALL.
They (tho Supervisors) seldom,
If oer, hear from tho representa
tives of the business community,
and, so far its this goes, uro more,
or less J net I tied In supposing that
tho business community approves
(of them Advertiser.
Hero wo havo a statement of the,
situation that comes closor to tho fact
than anything tho morning paper has
said for months. This silence of men
who complain behind closed doors
coupled with tho silly agitation of tho
mnrnirig paper is indeed enough to
liiitko most any Supervisor wonder
whether ho wits elected to bo anything
better than a football, i:cryono
knows that tho present Hoard of Su
porvlsoraTlTnot a band of mind read
ers Hurt mini) of Hie liimlnenN men who
complain In tho most strenuous lan
guage against what tho Supervisors
are doing or not doing, ewr 'iKrlided
a meeting of the Hoard of ,Suicrrls
Hon- many of the' men who think
that all government Is pretty rotten,
only some intirb so than others, were
ever naked to dike some governmental
rt'Miolillilllty nnd refused?
Hon inuii) men who luno the habit
of suylng nasty things about pu.iular
government In any form havo ntcured
thi'lr Information first hand, gone
straight to licadiinirti rs nnd had
their own particular queries answer
ed In the way they are nble to un
derstand ? ,t
How niiiiiT of tin) outfit who want
to change the form of government et
cry fifteen minutes, eu-r did nil) thing
llu illicit OS to ninko the government
bettor," anything of real woik wo
How urn ny men aro Ihoro who
make a business of complaining
against tho iSupoi visors they helped
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A grocer, ono of the meanest of
men, was 0110 day sen lug n cuslomor
with 11 pound of butter when, Just n
he was about to pull It off tho scaled,
Iho customer said:
"Excuse me, but that Is not correct,
"Well," replied tho grocer, "I am
allowing for" that fly that sat on tho
elect In ofllcc, ilo so becnuso these
representatives of tho whole peoplo
no n't inrr) nut some hobby ,hoiiRht
out b a small circle that has never
devoted any time to tho study of tho
linn ma n j of Hie kickers hrtvo
prned by their own nlottiftilncsi In
public life that when It comes lo ac
tual details nf work, I hoy half done
arid an- doing nrxl to nothing?
It will pay n great ninny ulligril
good rlllzrni of Honolulu to do Mime
thing lhcmselcs onco in n while. ,
In this way they will learn u lot,
gain n libernl education In fuel, and
In the end, perhaps, lie good rlllzons
In fuel, j, . ,
THE DECLARATION OF LONDOf)
llnnlly less Important than tho
Iord' veto hill attracting world-wide
attention is tho naval prleo hill re
cently passed by tho Ilrltlsh IloiiM)ior
This naval prlo bill Is part of tint
much controverted Declaration of
London. The Declaration of London'
Is n new system fpr the regulation of
naval wnrfare, particularly with re
gard to tho rights of neutral nations
It was formulated nt tho lutcst Hague
Conference, nnd nil tho Important
maritime nations havo agreed to it,
although It still requires format rati
fication by each.
Prom the first It has met with bit
tor opposition In tho naval and com
mercial circles of Knglnnd. During
the recent Imperial Conference It was
approved by that body, Australia
ulono not voting. Nearly all Die Kng-
Dlsh chambers of commerce c had al
ready pui mcmseivcs on record
ngalnst It, together with ninny naval
officers. The approval given, by n
majority of tho frco states concerned
In the Imperial Conference only
strengthened the opposition not po
litically, but vocally. Through the
Imperial Maritimo Longtio 102 officers
of flngjank Signed a protest to tho
government ngalnst Its ratification.
Tho British navy had nt the beginning
of this car, on tho activo list, live
admirals of tho fleet, twelve ndmirnlK,
twenty-two vlcc-ndmlrals and flfty-
'slx rear-admirals, or nlnctv-nvo of
flng rank In nil. Thorn havo been
changes since, and probably some of
tho signers of tho protost were on tho
retired list, but practically this body
of experts woro unanimous In tholr
opposition of tho new set of sea rules'
for tlltie.of war. Tho view Bet forth
In tUe protest, .which was sent to Mr.
Asqulth, was thus summarized by
Ixird Charles Dcresford:
Tho danger staring this coilntry In
the face If tho Declaration of Lon
don Is ratified Is not Invasion, hut
starvation. Under tho Declaration of
I-ondon belligerents aro for tho first
tlmo legally permitted to sink neutral
vessels Under the Declaration of
London tho transformation upon tho
high seis of merchantmen Into war
ships Is not forlildileti, jind It Is there
fore not Illegal, alld privateering Is
revived In Its most dangerous form.
Ordinarily 11 protest of this kind,
coming from men to whom England
must look for her safety In tlmo or
war, and who nro entrusted In tlnlo
of pence with tho custody of tho mil
lions which nrb Invested in tho war
ships of (treat llrltaln, would com
mand nttcntlori. The' volo shows that
It 'had n(r Influence vvha'tovcr.
(Continued from fag .1)
Wlitn seen tills morning In connec
tion with tho iildiui, Murston Campbell
Mated that lie expected they would go
to I lie ciimliiliislon at the end of this
Auordlng to him, It luls betn it very
coniplliaUd job nndhns Involved an
enormous amount of work. On ono of
tho maps the vUiolo thrco osteins or
scwcriigo aro shown Tho ihlcf dllll
culty nbdut thb drawing of the plans
lias been that there Is no olllclul map
or tho city of Honolulu mid that those
In existent c havo to lutVo pieces copied
from tfiieh or them and then tho wholo
of tho matter worked up nnd calculated
Hgrtln .The map's will bo about six
rect long by four feet wide, nnd will
show everything that It It posslblo to
show In connection vUth thb various
It wag Impossible to get a couple of
the outside water schemes on' that, but
they will show tho umUunt or water
thnMexiHctid-to etimo from these.
(Continued from Page 1)
Parker was asked exhaustive niies-
lions about freight lutes on sugar.
Ho said tho American Sugar ncfln-
Ing Company paid tho freight on nil
"Why Is that?" asked Huidwkk,
"To control tjio freight situation"
t'Do )ou toall) control tho freight
"Oh, no, wo only get tho best rata
wo can.' This Is tho legal rote, the
piihllsliod tariff, fiver) body ran get
tho same rato. You can't get a 1 all
road to givo a rebate now."
EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULUyT. H., TUESDAY,
7- 1 ntHimci i iiAirFK wnpi n siifiaR .
For Quick Sale
Waialae Heights Tract
K'f tVAU Mch ljOL 5o.ftx 150 ft.-,
As a whole $500
Trent Trust Co., Ltd:
the Sence from
Islands vc arc
prepared to manage your
estate and look after
your interests.herc. You
will find .it greatly to
you?vaHvantage to place
themanagement of your
affairs with a capable
and responsible concern.
us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of 8ix Selected Pinei or
Large Bunch of Bananas s
Simply leave your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY '
(With .Wells, Fargo Express Company)
FILIPINO CAN BECOME
AN AMERICAN CITIZEN
The itielliiii raised iis'lo whether i
nifpliin inidd Ihioiup nn American 1 lt
Ireit or not, wni settled' thH morning
by Chief t'ltrU Ous Murphy of tho
United States District Court Ho got
the net out of his drawer nnd, by tho
way, ho Is about the only ono who can
get to Ills table with any degreo of
comfort. The ilcrk's room Is tho only
Ono that Is not upside down and InokH
ns thoURh It might have been used for
the laht twtnty jenrs.
tinder n irrtnlu section or the net
dinlhig with naturalization, It Is stated
tb.it tinvnhii may bpcomo n citizen us
Ihng-ns ho fdlllll tlln'teijillretiients Its
to taking nut his papers
LAND, OF PUUPUEO
Slnco we began telling lots In this land we have learned
thing or twoi
First That the real demand Is 'for medium-size house lots)
and in accordance with our suggestion the owner hae subdivided
the two larga tote Into twelvo entailer ones, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-slied lots) ,
Second That the lots In this land comd pretty near selling
themselves. The reason Decause the lots are not remnants nor
undesirables left over after the nick, but are the real choice lo
cation!, This Is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let ut
" fn t i ! ,f 1 wl t 's
, v . . to
.FOET AND MEHCHANT STBEETJ HONOLULU, T. E.
JUlV 25, 1911.
- 77T :
Lots in v
Exhibition of Old
On at GURREY'S
Tha-offlet Kotlrt of th" '
ar from 7 mi m. to Sf30 p. m. on wck
dsyi and on Suridays from 6 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
a 1 41 messages
(Continued from Page 1)
J pars there were less thnn twenty
thousand dollars expemtiil on Improve
ment wnrk In tho territory from width
lit la) Ing their complaint beforo his
Honor, the9 statement Is in ido that I.uzol
strwt, it tlioroughfiiro of ninny nnglei,
was oiled on one Hide about ten month,.
ago This portion of the road Is 'In
rul" condition, but tho sldo which did
not receive treatment Is now In bad.
slulpe That section or tho street from
Kumia to I'niuii ro.nl Is reported to be
In vcr poor condition Btreet lights
are also nuked along Andrnde lane,
Kiiminlt line. Quarry extension, I'cters
Jann mid n dorcn plnres which nro said
to he in mid of mora Illumination.
MONEY READY SOON.
flnvernor 1'rcnr received word jtsi
ttrdn' that tho mrtney from the load
fund now being flouted will probably
bti'livnlliiblc about the middle of Au
gust, when tho bonds ure expected to
bo, delivered ,
.$..$ $ s .$, $ t $. ! .$ .5, .
ftllrd In two paper, for I'lllplnoH be
fore, nlul Intro 1ms lit en no objection
raised from tlia btltcr,cnd
Mnintim Canlpli'-ll miiio his last ai
poarntico as hi ad ff the board of for
estry ailil agrleiilluft' yesterday, tho
position hcin' In futuro filled Jiy
Ch.lllcH 9. '.ludd. faovt'rnl Important
matters woro ruimfcrt. oil and soiho
of thoin very fitvorrtbly, Chief nmotig
these wits Iho fact Hint ItihcrtulosH
has nlmoHt been wiped out of exis
tence! hero. Tho fruit fly campaign
tins been well stnrlcd and also tho
mutter of building nri" animal quantn
tine, at llllo Is now well within sight
One ot tho Important matters that
Judd will have to handlo Is the mat'
trr nf water rlchts on thn forest re
serves. Tilts' is in a very complicated
stnto just nt tho present tlmo nnd the
matter will 'very likely havo to bo
tin ashed out through tho courts.
Tho inotlcr of tho board Inking over
Iho Island of Katioolawo from V.htw
I'.'llow was reported on. Low libs had
tho remainder of the rental remitted
and has had to remove nil his stock.
The cattle were taken nwny ,somq
tlmo ago but there are about eight
or nlno hundred hpnd of sheep which
must bo remove. Also tlicro aro
some twelve hundred goats All theso
havo to be taken away or destrojed
within six months. A proposition
mado b) Low1 that ho should bo al
lowed to keep some seventy or eighty
head of brood marcs on the Island Is
likely tobo 'turned down. Tho mat
ter was brought up to Chief Forester
Hosmcr by Low and was favorably
entertained on tho ground' that tho
mares would carry tho seeds of varl
ous trees about tho Island and so
spread them Campbell camo out flat
footed ngalnst tho poriiosltlon 5 ester
day, how over, and said that ho did
not think they had any power to make
eiicIi nn brrangemcuL Tho matter
Is In nbcy'aneo at the present time.
Fighting Fruit Fly,
Tho various stops which havo been
taken In connccton with eitcrmlnut
lug tho fruit fly were onco more pnum
crntt'il and Mr. Lhrhoru reported that
they had obtained U10 Bcrvlccs of a
man nt the salary of sixty dollars a
month to stay on tho dump and see
Hint nil tho fruit Is properly des
trojed. Ho Is being provided by the
county but tfio wholo arrangement Is
only a temporary one.
Ho also reported on tho matter nf
Inter-Inland Inspection and said that
ever) tiling wan moving along very
tatlsfactnrlly. Tho two men whovvcro
lolug tho woik were cnrtjlng It nut
well and added to this was the fact
that the printed notices' that vvero
given out with each ticket and Ihosd
thnt were posted about tho whaivcs
vvero ha vlim It good effect.
In reply to a question raised ns to
tho frillt that vvent aboird tho steam
ers for consumption tlfcro, ho stated
that hoi liad the'aiisuranco of presi
dent Kennedy, of the steamship com
pany, that every precaution was be
Ing taken to guard ngalnst this golni;
nshoio nt tho other end.
A new style In
'Crossett Shoes for
We are showing some
nice onee 'in PATENT
COLT BUTTON BOOTS)
lso a GUN -METAL CALF
ffhich Is an extremely pop
ular shoe among tho
These are built With
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The best for the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
surplus Productfon Is Taken
Up By Increased ' '
Under'dato of July 7 the Ciatlnkow
lllonda Company report on the raw
fctigar market ns follows!
Tlio pronounced Improvement In tho
r.uropcau licet market has dove1opod
it very strong market here, whero
there was already A very firm feeling
among sellers, who edpected that
onco ftoflnors had digested their last
henvy purchases Ihey would again ap
pear as buyers at higher price' This
week's ndvancc In Kuropd. therefore,
only caused sellers' expectations to
matcrlallzo sooner thnn anticipated.
Tho recent very warm weather with
Its resultant Increased demand for re
fined sugar has also had Its Influence
In bringing nbout the nrcsent strong
er condition of the mnrkot for rnws.
Transactions during tho week havo
Lecn only moderate, partly d(le to tho
Independence Day holidays having
reduced tho number of actual busi
ness days to four. A small lot of
Cubas, afloat, was sold on 5th Inst, at
2.9Gc. c f., basis 00, establishing a now
i.pot "quotation of 4 05c, and marking
nn advance of .07c. over tho previous
one. At tho closo sales havo been
mado of'Cubas, for second half July
shipment, at 2.7Bc. c.f., 9C,1 (4.11c),
nnd for August shipment at 2 Sic. cf,
96 (4.17c.), prices which do not seem
too high In view of the existing dis
parity between tho markets hero and
abroad.- nccts at toda's quotation 'of
12s. per cwt. fob. arc equivalent to
4 64c. per lb. duty paid hero, or 49
points nbovo our spot market.
Jnvas are held at lis! Cd. cost and
freight for 'July clearance, which 'Is
equal td 2 8Rc. cost and freight for
Culms. Javas ljave not yet boon sold
in any quantity to our refiners. Only
about 15 steamers havo thus far licdn
chartered for July-August clcaranco
with United States option, somo of
which havo alrcndy been Bdld to Unit
ed Kingdom, and with Bctt so much
higher than Cnno, It is very likely that
more will ultimately bo taken by U.
K. buyers. , '
Tho World's visible supply Is nt pro
scut 2,370 000 tons, ngalnst 2,320,000
tons In 1910, 2.360,000 tons In 1903
nnd 2,280,000 tons In 1908. In vlaw
of thd greatly Increased production In
Kuropc this yenr It Is surprising that
tho stocks Hhnulii now ho so low. This
shows how consumption had caught
tip with production beforo the bump
er European crop of 1910-11, and It is
consequently reasonable to asstimo
that any possible oerunenco of con
ditions unfavorable to tho growing
cropB would Immediately havo Its ef
fect upon prices, unless thoro aro Un
usually laige quantities of sugar In
tho Interior of Kuropcan producing
countries that havo not yet como Into
tho vislblo supplies.
European Hoot markets havo been
nctlvo this week and prices havo un
dergone sevcrui bhurp advances, lu
addition to somo unfavorable crop ro
jiorts from Germany nnd Uohemla, tho
touson for this Increased activity Is
ascribed to a good trndo demand, to;
gcthcr with covering by "Bears" In
old crop. Our prlv'nto cablo of yester
day reported that tho weather Is now
too dry. Tho tonojil the closo Is very
firm, nnd today's fob. quotations nro?
July, 12s ; Aueust, 12s.; noxt crop
Octobor-Heccmbor, Us. Sd ; Jnntiary
Murch, lis. 4l4d. which represent ad
vances for tho week of Ud. to la.
on present crop arid lod. to 10V4d. ott
noxt crop dollverlcB.
" Samuel h Welltnnn of Omihn. Nob,
Journe) Ing In compnny with bib daugh
ter from Plttslleld, Mnsa , to New York,
dropped dead of heart disease In tlio
Dunbury station of tho New Tork, New
Haven and Hartford railroad.
r i t i i i
Fine Copper Plate
Die Sinking and
Wax arid Corporation
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