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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1911.
. EvtesTNi Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace U. Fakkinuton, - - - - Editor
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TUESOAY , AUGUST 22, 1911
The littlo foolery that wise men have makes a great show.
DEVELOPING HONOLULU HARBOR. .
Making rules for the management of the wharves of this
port is no child's play, and we trust the business men of the
community as well as the members of the Harbor Commis
sion realize the seriousness of their responsibility in this
Thanks to the wisdom of the Legislature in providing for
a Harbor Commission, in place of the former one-man con
trol, the general fuiblic is brought face to face with the
fact that the wharfage facilities of the port of Honolulu are
inadequate to present day demands.
And everyone expects a great increase in the business of
the port in the next two years.
The people could not have realized the shortcomings of the
harbor, else they would certainly have brought pressure to
bear on the Legislature to secure larger appropriations for
construction and improvement of wharves.
' Lack of modern equipment is a handicap for any port.
That port which can give quick dispatch, attracts trade.
Since it must be admitted that the wharves arc not up to
the everyday necessities at the present time, this furnishes a
special reason for exercising great care in making regula
tions governing their use.
It is quite possible for rules to be made that will drive
traffic from the port of Honolulu. From the representations
made at the meeting held on Monday, it would appear that
this would be the effect of the proposed regulations.
Honolulu wants to attract business and also hold business.
It is now in competition with other island ports. We wish to
do them no injury but we would be foolish indeed to estab
lish regulations, not at all suited to the wharfage- facilities,
and the practical result of which would be to irritate the
shippers on this island and wipe out the business of tran
shipment that has long made Honolulu a trade center of the
The Bulletin believes the majority of the Harbor
Commission to have an open mind on the subject with which'
ihcv are dealing, and it is an excellent thing for the commun
ity through such meetings as that of Monday to be brought
into closer touch with the practical conditions, a proper
treatment of which means dollars and cents to every person
in the. city.
HEAT AND RICE
Tim lint wpntlmr nn.1 rit.ttlttiif hi" nt
v tlio tin? ernp UiroHKlmut the Mum)
lire tlio principal eiiises which Pre- "iluu "" aim uiu warm aoum
ildent of the llo.ir.1 or Health Dr. J.I wl'' aro also having their effect.
S. I). Pralt atlilbules to tho preva-Tll snifnco of tho water Is not be
leiiro or the mosquitoes during the '"B ruffled and therefore tho eggs arc
last couplo of weeks. The nbsenco ' UP'B lM In places whoro imdor
of tho trailo winds 1ms also trnnio1 l conditions thero aro none In ho
Unerring to tho editorial printed "Thoso are practically tho main
In tho II it 1 1 ft 1 1 u on Saturday 'nnrt causes and they nio ones which make
which asked for the causes to he " very hard for nuyono to deal with,
shown ho said, "Thero uro many Ar ' mentioned la-fore, hnwovcr
(hlngn thai enter Into Ilia iiuestlon. "" Inspectors nroiind the city should
Poihaps tho main one is that of tho ' getting nioroilnln their work now
warm weather. During 111 Inds of and a decided decrease should ho no.
heat tliu mnpiiulloes breed much.
ipilekcr and therefore thoy aro nolle
id more. ''.. ,m
"It will generally bo noticed that
nhoiit tho mouths of September anil
October when tho weather Is wariuor
that at any other time of tho year an
Increase Is noted throughout tho Isl
and. Also about thlstlinu too tho'
ilco fli-ldH uro belnt! planted out itgnln
nfler tho harvest and this Is perhaps
ono of tlio most. Important rausos
"He always was a had egg, but no
body seemed In notlco It wlillu lie
"Yes. lie was nil right until ho was
Sufferer do ile.nflsfH servant)
Cot' In today? Dear, dear; I wanted
to consult him badly.
Servant -Well, let's hope you'll
'ntlll Imtotootliacjiugiuornnv.- ,
"Woro you over In n llghtf"
Vtitercrt t trie Pmtoflice tt Honolulu
j When Hie water Is Hooded onto tliu
pound It Is only In n t 111 n layer ana
not deep enough to liavo any clrruln-
lion. It makes Jut-.t Ideal conditions,
coupled with tho warm weutlicr for
tho inciKnullticB to breed exceptional
ly faKt. Wo eamo across one patch
last week which wo had drained out
land Hooded, where the water was
simply ullvo with wrigglers.
"Tim nbsenco of the ordinary ronl
'"'-'d Ml town at least."
Nat (lonilwln, tho actor, says ho Is
sick of tho notoriety aroused by tho
book ho Is writing .about his four
wives anil ho promises to retire to
tho wilds to cbciipo It.
The navy department has decided
to establish n school of Instruction In
aerial imvlKutlon at tlio Annapolis
naval ucudeiny for tho under otllcnrs.
"I sum was, nnd I hit that fellow
"What happened to him?"
"Well. I don't know. Ho left town
before I got out of tho hospital."
My wife's a siiffrngotto. At- .1
o'clock In tlio morning hIio'II wako
up nnd shout: ,
"I want to voto. 1 wnnt to voto!"
,, Think, of. u ,ryrp8pectablo woman
wanllng to'yoto n't S o'clock In tho
Large Attractive House
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown District
IF YOU have any attractive
inv'eitment in view ana
require funds to enable
you to take it up, call
and tee us. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stocks or Real Estate.
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of 8lx Selected Pines or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Furto Express Company)
EDUCATION MATTERS KEEP
SUPERINTENDENT ON MOVE
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Willis T. Pope Is having a busy time
of It Just now. lie hns the Joli of ar
ranging for tho number of teachers to
go'lnto rneb school and aim as to
which schools they am to km. like
wise ho has the planning of tho new
school buildings to look over.
lie hns received rough plans of tho
I.Mhnlim school and will look them over
and then pass them along to tlio com
mission. Tho proposed building faces
the bench and should linvo plenty of
fresh air circulating through It all tho
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
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 by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be 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.
A 1100M WITHOUT IMPTUnKS IS
I .IKK A HOOM WITHOUT WIN
The- office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to Si30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m. and until 11 every
night for ships'
MUST UPHOLD JUDGMENT
IS COURT'S DECISION
The orders of the court must ho car
rled out was1 Hit- siibtnnco of tho ver
dict handed down this morning by
Judge W. J. .Itnblnson In the Krcnr vs,
Not lea of 'bpwrnl was given, nnd tho
matter will noy in nil probability go
before tho Supremo Court. In giving
bis Judgment, Judge Robinson sold:
"I think the decree Is self-executing;
It Is tin' duty pfJtlio court to reiiplro
a compliance with tho decree.
"It Is ordered that the clerk of this
fiiurt turn over nod deliver to the re
spondent herein the sum of $1000 less
the sum of J32.C0, costs accrued and
taxes to lespoiidont, that ho thereupon
turn over and deliver to plaintiff here
in the deed deposited with this court
by the respondent, nnd upon falluro of
compliance to nccept said deed that
tho same yvlll bo Mibject, In tho hands
of the clerk, to tho order of tho court."
Joieph M. Hayes of St. Louis will
Ini out only "!i as tho result of his
encounter with a pickpocket In New
York n few days ago, although tho
nlikiinekit irnt nwnv with a pocket-
book containing 2000 In checks, steam
ship tickets and securities. Tho pock
etbrmk was returned.
Inter-I'isnd and O. R. & D. shipping
book for satr t thj 15 u 1 1 e 1 1
-ffleft !ia inh
t. A. REED TO
According to evidence nglhcred by
Chief of Detectives McDufllR, L. A.
Heed, advertising ftRCtit, who Is
charged by Miss tattle O'Mulley, n
theatrical singer, with keeping a valu
able silver purse belonging to her,
has other things to answer for.
lloth Heed nnd Miss O'Malloy were
callers at tho ofllco of tho detective
chief this morning. McDuflfc said uft
erwards that Heed claims, Miss O'Mal
loy owes him money for having tho
purso repaired. Howovcr, tlint may
be, Heed this morning told McDuMle
that ho would return tho purso. Miss
O'Malloy, It Is slated, threatened to
swear out n wnrrnnt for ills arrest
unless ho did so.
McDumo says that need Is chnrged
by tho proprietor of tho Johnson
house xyltli hating on ono occasion
visited tho house and pulled down
nnd destroyed a valuahlo laco curtain
as n moans or venting Ills feelings.
This was reported to McDnme.
TO TELL PLANS
Dr. J. 8. D. Pratt was appointed to
tho position of president of tho board
of health yesterday afternoon by tho
C.ovoriior," after having been Indorsed
by tho ttcpuhllcan central committee.
Ifn utrtrln.t In (Mm tnnrtilmr GCttltll
things Into shape for tiio meeting of
uio Doani tomorrow niiornoon wuen
ho will lay his plans before thorn for
" hnvo nothing to say," ho remark
ed this morning, ''I am more of a
worker than a talkor. At tho present
tlmn I nm hist ni!thcrlnir tho much
ends together to present to tho board
of health tomorrow afternoon at a
special meeting that is to ho called."
"As regards tho anliolntmcnt 'of a
successor to toy position I shall ad
vise the board not to be in any hurry
ng It n position In which we slioulil
have a good man. I hnvo boon prac
tically doing, tho work for tho last
month nndvcan continue, along for n
ehort lime still. Wo all have our
work systematized down now so that
It Is easy to handle It."
MANY MORE VICTIMS
Hcclstrnr M. II. Lemon reports tho
following denths from contagious dis
eases during tho periods ending July 1
i:U(l August 1C:
During thn sixteen days ended July
1 there were eight deaths from tuber
culosis. During tho period from then
until August 16, tutierculosls accounted
for ten nnd pnra-lyphold one.
KKV. I'KTKHS HIDES IX AUTO
Tiirmifli thn kindness of some
friends who uro interested In the suc
cess of Mr. I'etcrs' pustorato with tho
Christian church in tins city, no is
driving a handsome Overland nutomo-
hllo. Honolulu Is widely scatturcd
nnd It Is not nn easy matter for a
nnainr In minister to tho' homo llfu of
his parish without such an aid, and
Mr. I'cters Is rortunnie in naving
friends who are thus Interested In his
21 HK editorial rooms 2250
l.iiulniiva nfllfn. These urn the tele
phone numbers of the Bulletin.
MILK that Is PURE, MILK
that Is RICH, MILK that
la WHOLESOME, MILK
that Is FOOD In health and
MEDICINE in "sickness,
MILK that It from abso
lutely sanitary dairies,
where conditions are open
to all who care to Investi
gate. That's the kind WE sell.
Call at our 8herldan street
depot and eee the new
.lectrlcal purifying proceei
sfesiiW'IK llillNnTHiiilliiiif iP4aKli i I IHL
Smart and Snappy
.All sorts of stylish
shapes in the new
CroSsetts. Mbdels in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with scallops and
perforation. Fit the
foot snugly; give the
height of comfort
Look them over.
$4 to $6 everywhere
Lewi A. Crouett, Inc., Ivktcef
1 05 1 Fort Street
North AbiaitoD, Min, f 1 1 1 1 rU m llllll
vBTj&& . .F' 'jSjyn
SIX ROOMS and BATH
Electric Lights Modern Plttmbing
Cheap for Cash Apply J. J., Bulletin Office
MULES GO TO KAUAI FOR 1
Two mules with a history woro!
shipped down lo AV. 11. Hardy on the,
Island or Kaital this luornini;. Ho M
carrying on tho work or tho Keum-1
phlcal nnd water research brunch or
the department there and It was round
that nnlinnl transportation was thu
only way to meet tho dllllciiltlos.
Thero were only two mules In that
branch of the kcrvico and they were
over In California. Likewise. Ilaidy
was the man who worked them over
thero when ho was on tho mainland.
Now ho and his friends will bo ro
united on Knual. (
The work or the department on
that Island Is arduous owiiiK to the'
fact .that where tho water runs are!
not always roads. AccordliiRly somoj
means have to be found by which thu
Investigator could get about. Ho husj
a. saddle and' pack and can ride thu;
mules as fnr (is ho can get them ovorj
tho tracks and then do tho rest olj
the work on foot. The woik neeessl-l
tntes constant travelling of n rough
Y. Klssln of Duluth 1ms n grudge
ngaliiht Mlunootii. Ho bought forty
ncrcs of "land" from tho state and on
Inspection found thnt all except three
mid one-halt acres was water.
Two Italians were killed nnd four
others fatally Injured when fifty men
i..s. IiiimIi.1 lit ti urtit'fie frtvn.ltl fit tllH
plant f tho I'lttsburg qruclblo Steel.
L'onipnuy at Midland, l'n.
"For Sale" enrds at lliilfetln..
WHOLE on FAMILY
H 1 H W
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1 782
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Arc the Acme
They Keep Correct
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
. rince jour IiiiiiiI en thn pulse of
Uiiniiliilii's biihlacss iiorld by being
n constant reader of the Want Ad
Section of (he II ill le tin.
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