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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 8, 1911.
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AUGUST 8, 1911
V mini run mi more make a Mifc use
n( nllli without reason tliiin lie can
of a liiirv without n bridle. SrrnU.
Tin- only illlIU ully In connection
with the ussurniices nf no tnrlfT leg
iHlation nu"ectlngsugnr Is, that peo
il(i won't believe It tilt Congress lua
lecelve tliom Into u terrltor) mul re
fuse to allow tli. til to become Atneii
cutis Is nelth'T Juxt nor wive."
Now tli.it the liniulgrntloii iiiestlon
In fulrlj hefore Congress, Hawaii
sliouli make n c ireful mill forceful
presi ntnion of Its needs, with or
without the tariff.
1 here m.iy be sonio excuse for u
transport to hik'IuI only three bouts
In this Mirt lint Honolulu business
nan should glvu the mutter atliiitloti
ir this length of stay In this port be
comes a hahlt
Impinvcmcnt clubs should he co
operate e organizations for the general
wtlfnre of the tit) linpioveinent Is
one-Hlili il anil often a failure If tin)
Huh is organized for p.iitUlp.itlon In
n );i'in r.il crab gnmo
Tourists are again llgurlng with
considerable prominence In tho In
(Oiulng passenger lists They'll con
tinue to (ome In Increasing nuinhers
If the town Is Kept fit .in mul thus
fiee from the thinner of port quarantines
An Immediate campaign against the
swamp al ul bog holes lying within the
limits of the city of Honolulu will
make mlKlity short work of the moa-
tpilto In f.ict It should limit the. das
P uf llu ilHtitirn 111 liPritlfurollR lllltll-
ji ... .i... ...... ,fi. !?.... ".f ,iri
IICMH III IIIU UillU Ul UlU (lliUlllllt, u l".-
If the men emplnjcd on the roads
nre vouched forb) the city engineer as
capable of doing thu work, the pio
ple will know thai the men must make
good or make way for those who
When all tho largo estates com
bine with the government of tho Tor
rltory for morn perfect sanitation. It
will be dlinctilt to tinderstnliil how
nn selfish little fellows can Impede
thu nun ih of progress.
it now turns out that Honolulu has
not the light kind of Kami for Mime
of the purposes of tho lonstriii'tlon
hianih of tho army Can It lie that
the illmate gets into tho sniiil as well
as some of tho people.
When one reads of . the exciting
Kf times in the House of Ijinls and Con-
gross it ought to bono as soiuo balm
for tho troubles growing out of tho
complaints against tho lloaul of Su-
peiilsurs The two greatest nations
on (tirth can't be londticted without
tt the great men of tho ilollberatho
j bodlts making monkejs of thiiusehes
once ill a wlille
Literature sent out by the Houston
Chamber of Couimercn states that
Texas in iv appeal for n suspension of
the alien labor law Cotton Is ripen
ing anil the labor Is scarce, (whl1o just
over the bolder are thousands of la
borers who might better bo at work
and would bo If the Federal law did
not step in and prevent contracting
for eon tho season of tho harvest.
Hawaii can sympathize with Texas.
HAWAII'S WATERED STOCKS.
The suggestion that Hawaii's cor
porations must Indulge In stock wa
tering, coming from tho noernor's
olllco tiio other day, cannot apply to
tho stork of the sugar corporations.
Figures compiled by the Ilureau of
Lilmr and .Statistics of the I'lantcis'
Association show that for the year
Win the forty-four sugar plantations
produiliig 4112.317 tons of the total
Kt T.OSIO-ton crop for that jenr had a
lotul capitalization of $7ri,OSG.7JO.
These plantations paid assessments
for tuxes on property aluetl at $7fi,
llfiO.SGS It Is doubtful if thcro is nny other
State or Territory In tho Union that
can show such n close appropriation
of tho capital stock of tho corpora
tions representing tho mala Industry
and the nliiatlou on which those cor
poi.itiona pay taxes
Immigration Is certain to tako a
leading position among national top
ics in the next twehe mouths and we
rhull be lucky If a decision (..ill be
readied in tiiat time. Ah nil lnilka
t Ion of thu trend of public comment
the following Is from the editorial
miliums of the ciirient number of tho
Outlook: "Wo must either open our
doors to Japanese Immigrants, In
which case wo must pursue tho name
com so toward tlicm that wo have
pursued toward other Immigrants
naturalize them and make them Amer
ican citizens or else wo must closo
our doors to Jupancse imuilgtnnts and
keep them closed. No middle courso
nnil no combination of tho two courses
is practicable Wo must either wel
come them ns equals in tho American
brotherhood or wo must say to them
tliat our race problem Is already
acuto and romplluited; wo cannot
safely complicate It with the addition
of another r.no to our population. To
For Sale Kalihi
Seven-room modern bungalow), al
most new, very attractive, .Two. well
planted lots. Near carline. .
On Gulick Ave.
Price Is 2200.
eaty if desired.
Termt can be mad
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Cornell and Hananl efforts luie oc
casionally been mnde to explain Cor
nell's victories on the water by dog
matizing about tho difference In the
personnel 6f tho students of tho two
universities, tho conclusions being
drawn with delightful indifference to
tho fact that tlicy wcro directly con
tradicted by tho results of tho foot
ball contests during' ttib samo jears.
What learned nonsenso would liavo
been written on tho Biibjcct If cither
Cornell o'r Harvard had been nil Eng
lish university! An Investigation In
to the cnuscs of tho phenomena would
be or Interest now! but oVcn without
such nil Investigation tho mere bald
recital uf tho phenomena ought to
warn US' to bo exceedingly cautious
In generalizing as to supposed nation
al differences from tho results of oven
ii large number of International con
Sugar speculators nrc banking on
the probability that tho weather con
ditions in Kuropo may not tako n more
favorable turn before harvesting time.
That's a sample of tho chnnces that
are taken "away from hero" and wo
Unci in our own midst people who
will tnko Just such long chances
abroad, nt the same time deserting
near-by propositions linked with the
absolute ceitnlnty of Honolulu's prog
Two-bedroom hoUte on Kapio
High grounds; good view.
Possession August IS, 1911.
Rent, $47.50 per month.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STRCCT
SEE OUR WINDOW DI8PLAY
. FORT, NEAR HOTEL
The office hours of the
aro from 7 .,m. to 530 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
t 3-t i
n v thi iv-'l
Clothing, Hats, Neckwear, Shirts,
Underwear, and Hosiery at
L B. KERR & Co., Ltd.,
WILLIS T. POPE
(Continued from Pag 1)
managership In 1M1. It Is alleged, ho
was given MOD shuns of stock out of
thu M.oue. that couitUuted control, own
ed by the Castles W. It , Julius 11. and
(lenrirn I unit Alexander & Itahlwitl
people, and was given three jenrs" tlniojllshed nnd the dally papers are nut nl-
(Contlnued from Pago 1)
come nut of thero tliiy nie titled to
tnlce up mine trade. At tho Whlttlir
Hume, outsle'le I.n Angeles, there lire
all sorts of ilip-irttiients. They publish
u newspaper every day which Is u re
hash of the big dally papers, but noth
ing 111 conmctloii with crhno Is pub
, Crate of 8lx Selected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply lcnvo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Targo Express Compnny)
READY M CANAL
Hocks to cost $111,000,00(1 will bo
built by the Unllcd l'lopottlcs
('(imp my of California tho $200,
OOO.oOu lallroail corporation headed
by K. M (llorax) Smith of Oak
land. Plans for these docks have
been completed, according to W.
It Alhcigcr, vko-prcsldent of the
coinii.ni , and work will bo begun
In n few days.
This ine.iUH that Oakland will
bo in a position to dock tho larg
est steamers afloat by tho 1 1 mo
tho r.inama canal Is opened, and
tho Key lloiilc, one of tho prop
etiles of tho United Companies,
will have a mole u mllo nnd a half
long and n thousand feet wide, on
which transcontinental freight
can bo tinns'shlpped and stored
in warehouses which will he built
nlong tho mole nt the edgo of tho
deep water. San rranclsco News
This Is ono of many news notes
from tho mainland lh.it show pie
parntlnns making all nlong tho I'acllle
Coast for the traffic of tho I'amimii
Canal. What Is Honolulu doing?
Waiting for the business to nirlve
uud then stnnd around In wonder
Hint nothing has been iloun?
ROOSEVELT AND THE ATHLETE
Theodore Ilooscvelt Iiiir taken up
tho cuilso of tho Kansas Ithodes Sdiol
arshlp man who wan u member of the
winning Oxford-Cniubrlllgo team In Its
contest with tho American university
athletes from Yale and Harvard.
Tho Kansas man was a first-class
performer and lidded materially to tho
success of tho British university team.
As a re suit ho has been criticised In
some circles fur entering against men
of bis own nationality.
Tills Is nonsense of courso. Tho
contest was held for tho sport of It,
not. , to decldo the HUpctlollty of tho
Mr, Hoosuvoil says cry (ruly,
"thero Is no mom reason why they
(tho American Ithodes scholars)
should not ploy for Oxford than there
Is why u Canadian who enters Har
vard should not play ror Harvatd. If
n Kaiisus man went to Harvard and
ll.il Mini plajcd tho University of
Kansas, he would of courso piny for
Harvard; If ho goes to Oxford ho
ought to play for Oxford."
Think of tho profound speculations
and dogmatic generalizations Ju
whl( h the lpo of wiseacre I have
mentioned would have Indulged atient
the (ontests of tho last forty years
between Cornell and Harvard If those
two universities line! happened to be
long to different natlonnlllles." nns
ltooscvclt In conclusion."
"During the past forty years since
Cornell came to tho front In tho old
Intenollegluto rnccs at Saratoga
Cornell and Harvard havo rowed a
number of rates, and during that time
Harvard has won exactly ono race,
lint during the snino length of time
Harvard nnd Cornell have repeatedly
pl.tjed rootbnll together, and in no
single Instance has Cornell been able
to avoid defeat at Harvard's hands.
In baseball the lecoid has been more
oven; and nfter n period of defeat in
track athletics, Cornell has now
como to the front. Kvcn between
In which to sell hl) Kvvn stuck mid pay
lor thu other.
In January, 190J, ho was tUsnilssed,
ur, rather, it is declared, Informed that
hu had already bien dismissed bj the
Hawaiian Conime-clul directors, mid
the suit for J4 00,01)0 followed in June,
Sot, Tho amount for which milt vvns
brought to iccovcr Is based on nil
uHiieini nt, it Is stilted, that ho wus
to put thu plantation on u SV-.OOO-ton
InsU After hu Ii id laid tho ground
work fur this, his ivttornijs allege, by
preliminary worlc, hu was dismissed and
It. 1'. Uildvvln was itihtnllid ns man
ager. The $4(10,000 Is thu difference be
tween thu value of his Interests on
the Du.OOO-toii basis less what it would
havu cost hlin on thu urlglnal contrnct.
Judge Hllllmaii stated this morning that
the illlTirelieo Is really nbnut G00,0O0,
though suit has been brought for 4u0,-COt
The suit has llguriil prominently In
the legal annals of both Hawaii and
lii.ptun. Judge Slllini.iii was bete In
eeriHi'tlnn with It three jenrs and n
half ago, leav Ing In Jnnuiiry, 1303.
Judge Hllllniun was welcomed back
to the city today by many friends. Ho
was ono of tho muxt prominent nnd
licst-lllced members of thu Huwnllan
liar, mid his stay of llvo or six weeks
lure will mi mi that many nn ".ilolui"
will be extended He was on tho cir
cuit bench some tell jears ngo.
Mr Jjiwiev Is now u resident of
IlriioMjn, N. Y., t-ajs Judge) Kllllnian
Ho went to Pen to lllco utter leaving
here, Vvns successful In pi intallnn man
iigtineiU there and then re till lied In the
New Nurse Please, mum, I rnn't do, lllggs I want to congratulate ou,
.. i.i.. ii.. -,!,.,, ii old man. on the marriage of our
il IIIIIIK ' 1,11 niv ') ...
Mlntriss .Will, I ill clnro! How stu
pid of in" Ills (ithrr nurses were col
ored girls You'll litis! sumo stove pol
ish In the kltdicn
IIJmkK What Is that pesMillir key on
lljniies .Something new' my own In
vention Whenevii you ronm to uvvurd
you (iiu't spill all nu have to do is to
pit-as that key and It makes a blur.
cries nil "hi '""
Ilnggs Thanks, but It was nvviuiiy
bard to lose lur.
jIIuuhjII in t it vvns. How did sho
fool her husband, anjwny?
What n magnin
And of course Ills
cent great Dine!
name Is Hauili t?
lie (the owner) Not oxnetly: you
p,., iir -couldn't consistently ti-othnt
name Tim best I could do vvus to call
Land of Puupueo
"mMFrmiN a man buys .sometbinjj
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required hy
the exacting suhnrhanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly he asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the' most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
lowed III tin re At the placu I meii-
tloiif.il where there nre the thirty-two
liovs, they nre Just kept occupied nil
the time with the Men that they will
gt tire el of the city life. It they go
back, then thev nro brought out again
"In cdiuatlonal mutters they nro
winking along the lines of Introducing
more agriculture Into the schools They
are working tilling the lines, also, that
Instead of preparing children for the
universities they ivlll tit them out to
lake their places ill tho world and he
piepnred for their llfo work nnd nlso
be taught how to be good tltUens
There are many things that can bo In
troduced hero now Hint wo have moro
money to do It with, nnd when I have
been through my notes I will He nbln
to give some dctlnlte sclu inn In ne-
curilince with what I have learned
during my trip"
vviicn fio had no money thou ho used
to get wild. Ho hud never done any
work and sho hud kept him all thu
"I think Unit will bo enough," ro
uinrkcd.ltieckoiis.. "Yes-, I think so too," answered
.ludgo Iloblnsoii nnd pinceeded to de
clare thu man Inge set aside.
GIRL IS SAVED FROM DROWNINO.
Miss Amy Sttaloineer, a slster-ln-law
of Senator Chllllngworlh, liml a
very liniiow escape fiom death by
drowning whllo boating In llio pass
ugo olf Cassldy'a pluco at Knlla, yes
'Ignorance of tho boatman brought
the occupants of Ilia bunt Into n most
dangerous place whore Ibe surf broke
HUddonlv and the current was stiting.
Luckily, for tho young lady, nsslst
anco was ipilckly rendered hy Alfied
Hogcia ami a companion, and thu
swamped boat with its occupints was
towed to shotc.
FREE AGAIN AS
Mrs. nmnia II. N. Clark confided all
her troubles to Judgo W. J. Itoblnson
In .the clictilt couit this morning and
when she had finished was Igven her
divorce fiom Heniy C. Clark and also
allowed to resume her former name
ot Mrs. Dreler. In unite of tho de
nials filed by Clark ho did not mnko
Attorney. ltohcrt W. Ilrcckons look-
Thomas McNully was dcfcaled fori cd after tile caso for Mis. ciihk ami
ic-electlon nH grand trusloo at tho placing ncr on mo sinnii oiuw iron
Senleel Tenders will bo rpcclvcd by
the Hutu rlntc ndent of Public Woi ks lit
the Capitol llulldlug, Honolulu, until
12 m. of Saturday. August 19, 1311, for
the construction uf the ,lewa lUlkhtfl
PI ins, peclllcatlons nnd prnposil
blanks nre on tile In the Department of
The Siiperlnti ndent of Public Worki)
serves tho right to reject liny or nil
Supcrlntcndi nt of Public Works,
Honolulu, AugiiKt S, l'.Ul.
Hlks" convention In Atlantic City.
The electric process of
treating all milk received
at our depot makes possl.
ble the delivery of an ab
solutely pure, healthy milk.
Besides the precaution of
electrically treating the'
milk, wo maintain perfect
sanitary conditions In our
darles, and our herds aro
regularly Inspected by tho
her the fucts of the caso as leclted
In the complaint filed. After the first
bcp.nntlon, sho told tho court, Clark
vvnnleil her to deed the proierty ovoi
to him nnd (.aid that If sho did so ho
would cbino back and llvo with lici.
Sho would not consent to such a
thing, however, and told him Bt)
In utiRvvor to a finest Ion of llrrc
koii's she said that Claik hud not done
any woik from tho tlnio she had inar
t toil him. At thnt tlmo sho Imd piid
his fluo and then told him that ho had
better get some work to do to that
ho could move about tho town and
show the lost of tho people that ho
vvns earning money honestly.
Kiirtlieimoio sho stilted that al
though he had somo clothes with hlin
she had bought hlin sovcial Milts. Shu
had also purchased hlin Jewelry nnd
kept him supplied with pocket mono)
He was ulilght whon he had Ihuso hut
Fine Copper Plate
Die Sinking and
Wax and Corporation
The Formf it
Antone F. Souza
Sachs' Building, 1 214 Fort St.
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