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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE80AY, OCT. 17, 1911.
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Evening 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.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY "NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Fakkinkton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ItVlflNINO ItUI.I .IITIIS WHUKI.Y IUJI.I-HTIN
i M.s,tli, anvwlicrr III 0 S .7ft fl bll Motrins. a) .An
Hrt gu.ittt, .iivwhrit'ii US .... 3imi Ptr Ymi, nywbctc li U S I.oo
l.i V..r. hiivIi.ic 1'iU.H h.ima Ptt Y.tr, ftiiywhct u Cftitlt. I.fto
'.I V,l, utlk.li)t toiriga I3.m Pel Year tMtMM, (outRn 3.im
Tpi i tclitorlel Rooms,
I wl.BuHinetlH Office,
TUESDAY
ClirMl.mlt) remotes the iitlriiiilon
nf tin- nirllil ami llils N mil1 mi) In
width II diminishes men", burden-.. It
iiiiikci llii'iii clllcn of iinolhcr world,
-llruiuniiiiiil.
Tim ntli'iiiit to blow up Tuft will
not help the -Mc.Namara cuuso liny.
It would bo strange if small farm
Iiik should not HourlHli on tliu Harden
Inland.
President Tuft may feel pleased to
think tbat it taken tlilrly-wlx stick of
djiiamlto to blow lilm up, anyway.
Alas, the Judiciary builillliK bids
hae been thrown out. Now If It bad
been the bead of the department !
Collet tor I'ottrlll will makii n repu
tation Tor IiIh olllce It be colilluucx to
effect captures like that of tbu .11 p
uncbe "moonshiner" on Kauai
.MuJ (icn Arthur Murray In com
ing to Hawaii Another Indication of
tln steadily-Increasing Importmico of
this department In military affairs.
Every man In Honolulu who Is In
teieKted III the spread of practical
Christianity will be Interested In the
I-i) nun's Missionary contention next
week.
Now If Madeto would only substl
turn killing off Zapatistas for the na
tlonal sport of bull-lighting, Mexico
would mxiti bo a safe ami satin place
for American capital.
The contractors all deny that they
me in a (ouiblne. Hut thn iiiurnlng
paper Intimates us broadly us It dares
without facts that they are. Tacts
r.peuk louder than Hub-dub.
If the (lovcrnmeiit wants to Hlnp
the Chinese revolutionists from drill
ItiK hern, why not oder them Ihn uso
of thu old drill-hall free? It Is Rtiar
iiiiiirnleed to dlscouruKO tbu most
combative.
The morning paper calmly assumes
tbat Kulilo Is "biijond tin) pale." If
uieiuoiy serves correctly, the sumo
paper assumed that the Civic Federa
tion was going to chasten the belt
load commission.
It Is Bufo to say that whpn 'Major
Ccneral Arthur Murray, commandliiB
the western division of the urmy, Rets
here, he. will (1ml the local army nit ti
ll t Ion vastly advanced through tho ef-
folts of Gen. Macomb and his olficeiH.
No. Constant Header, the smoke,
coming from thu southeast Is not from
thn crater of Kilaueu. It Is only Joo
Daniels lighting up thu first Hawaiian
cigars that ever burned In tho class
of llnvnnas. Tobacco Is making good
at Komi.
Shades of "Kuther" Chadwick! We
find thu Philadelphia Athletics re
ferret to In this morning's headlines
mi thu "I'hlllles." Charley Dooln, the
led-lieaded Irishman who leads tbu
"I'lillllus" I tin Natlonnl Leaguo team
would throw a lit ovur that.
Senator La Kolletto will stnrt out
on Ills post'Tuft tour with tho In
dornemont of the "I'roKresslve Ito
, publicans" for tho 1'resldeney. It
nilKlit bo stuted, howuver, that tho
"I'roKreSBlvo Itepiibllcan" faction Is
far from having ull the progressive
members of tho party on Its rulls.
Tip) Shippers' Wharf Committee has
done a hnnid-mlmlcd thliiK In t'omlliK
1LJ-LL.J -J
EVENING SMILES
"Does your wife go to services In
teo what other women wear?" "No,"
leplled Mr. Cuuirox, "Wo nro now nuf-
ficluiitly prosperous for her to go In
order to let
.lie vveurs."
other women seu what
Irulo flotiilonmu, (to bis gaiilener)
"What do you moan, sir, by telling
people In tho village, that I'm n Mingy
2185
2256
trttrtd It 11m Potlolfica M lloimlbln
M tiiinlrUss mailer
.OCTOBER 17, 1911
to tliu aid of tho I'.ilaina Settlement
Association ut a critical moment.
Preventive measures against tin- lu-
toptluu anil spread of disease nro ;ik
surely safeguards for th poit ns a
light after the epidemic Is started,
besides being a whole lot cheaper.
THE POINT AT ISSUE.
With the filing of thu suit brought
by John II Wilson for an Injunction
against the progress of wmk on tbu
lleela beach hclt-rond strip, the con
trovcisy over tbu awarding of thu con
tract Is brought to a climax.
One thing, however, should bo bomo
clearly In mint In the midst of thu
charges and counter-charges that bavu
lilted thu air lately: thu legal lilies
tlou Involved and that of thn larger
iiuestloii, tbu commission's policy to
ward thu work us a whole, have noth
ing, Intrinsically to do with each
other.
Attempt after attempt has been
made to confuse thu mind of thu pub
lic dining the contioversy. The com
mission was attacked by a certain por
tion of the community, and, It bus al
ready been shown, a comparatively
small portion, on the ground that Its
plans for building thn lleela beach
strip were too costly. This light came
to u climax' before the Civic Federa
tion and was settled, temporarily at
least. In favor of the Commission,
Thn legal question now brought up
has nothing to do with thu other. It
Involves only the commission's act In
awarding the contract not to tho low
est Milder, but to the next lowest. The
legality of this course Is denied and
the complainant seeks recourse by an
nctloti In eiiulty.
It should be homo In mind during
thu course of thu legal campaigning
and skirmishing to come, that tbu
commission's policy as a whole Is not
ut slake, although certain phases of
that pulley will tin brought Into the
limelight.
PARTNER OF
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(Continued from Pag 1)
the matter, but there was no sign of
anyone. Ills partner bad disappeared
Into thin nlr With tbu usual Japan
ese sang-froid hu shrugged Ills shoul
ders nnd went nbout bis work and next
morning started off for town with thu
toad of okolehao tbat was subseiiient
ly seized.
The matter Is causing considerable
discussion, us It Is not known whither
thu partner got wind of anything and
simply bid, or whether lie lias met with
mi accident away up In thu lonely gully
or wlulher he turned state's evidence
to SlurllT Itlcu of Kauai.
ENTIRE MARINE
CORPS OUT
(Continued from fane 11
In tho corps, no nre oilleers. One man
Itixlile tbe mystic circle belnnKS right
hero at Cunip Very. He Is rlertreniit
Diaii, and although bo shot on thu
.Marine Corps rlllu team In thu national
mattbes as far buck us 1001, It was not
until last ear that be became u ills
tlnguUht'd marksuinn.
Tho present course nt 1'ort Rhnfter
Is calculated to bring tint good shoot
ing It It's In a man. To qualify for
uiaiksinau, it high percentage must h
cored
fioin tbu following distances
( muster?" Gardener "No fear o' mo
. n-doln' tho likes o" that, guv-nor. I
alius keeps my thoughts to myself"
Vox I'opull "Ho you think you've
boosted j mi r circulation by giving a
year's subscription for tbu biggest po
tato raised III thn country?" Thu ICd
itor "Mebhe not, but I got four bar-
lels of camples
WEATHER TODAY
Temperatures C a. in., 73j 8 n. m.,
70: in u. in., 78; noon, "U; morning
minimum, 72.
llaromeler, 8 n. in , 29.117; nbsoltito
humidity, 8 n. in., 5.890 grains per
cubic font; relative humidity, 8 a, in.,
VI per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., CI.
Wind 0 ii. in , velocity fi, direction
i:,i 8 n. m, velocity 13, direction K.;
Hi n. in , velocity 8, direction N. E.;
noon, Velocity II, direction N. K,
Itnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
in., ,02 Inch.
Total wind movement during 2
hours ended at noon, 170 miles.
niul positions
3dO knettliiKi
r,(jo, too, alio,
200 yards, standing;
500 ami COO prone; COO,
300, 200, skirmish; 200
lire, kneeling.
mid 300 rapid
Tho sharpshooter course consists of
MO anil lunn j arils slow lire nnd 500
arils rapid lire.
To becoinu an expert rlllcmnn It Is
necessary to scoro 2f bits out of n pos
sible ,10 at 200, .100, 400, BOO mid COO
ynrtl range tit both moving nnd bob
bing targets. That theru are only 181
men In tbe entire Marine Corps rated
as expert rlllenian Is proof of the dif
ficulty of the tests.
Special orders Issued yesterday by
tbe Department of Hawaii appoint it
toniiulssloii of offlctrs to mi el at Kurt
Ittigtr nt 10 o'clock tomorrow' morn
ing, to Investigate nnd report on the
disposition of sevvnge nt tbat post.
The olllcers named nre Major J. M.
Kennedy, Medical Corps; Major K. J.
Tlmlierlnke, Coast Artillery; Captain
Frank II. Kdvvnrds, iiunrtermnster;
First Lieutenant J. It. Hnnfurd, Medi
cal Reserve. Corps; First Lieutenant
George II. Tattle, Medical Iteservo
Corps.
EUGENE LOVE WAS
A GAY PASSENGER
Coast papers received today glvo fur
ther delalls of the arrest In San Fran
cisco of Private Kugene Ltrtt of the
Marine Corps, arrested on cable Infor
mation from here for alleged shortage
In his accounts of t lie post exchauno
at Camp Very.
Thu Chronicle says:
"Accused of embezzling consider
able funds fioin tho Honolulu post of
the United States marine corps, Priv
ate KugOno A. Love. 28 years of ag
and lecently In charge of commissary
leparlmciit of that isist was arrested
curly jesterdny morning tin board the
stcnmslilp sierra on the arrival ot
that vessel In isirt from Hawaii by
Dutcctlvu Sergeant Frank McOrayau.
I.ovc denied I bat lie wns guilty of em
liczzlcmcnt, but was turned over to
T". "W. Molter, second officer on the
United States tinlnlug ship I'cnsacola
and will be taken to Maro Island an
later tried by court-martial,
"The local police were requested to
i.sslst In tho aires! of L'jvo by Hear
Admiral C. 11. T, Moore and elaborate,
precautions wcio also taken by the
Navy Department to prevent I.ovo
from slipping tliiougli Us fingers.
"Love came In thu first cabin on tho
Sierra and Is snld to have dlspla.ved
much Ruvety during the voyage and
made mac, friends. Tho pollen under
stand that the amount of his nlleguil
shortage Is $2u0il. Uivu las a wife
lesidlug In Honolulu and has relatives
111 llufTalo, N. Y."
BERNDT GOES TO HIL0
TO INSPECT WINERY
Otto Hermit of the department of
Internal Kcvenuo loft today for Illlo,
where bo will make an Inspection
of thu winery there.
This Is one of tils usual visits and
hu does not expect that there will be
any trouble but ut the sume timet the
department never lets up In any of
Its work.
Only
Healthy
MUk
We are determined to sup
ply our customers with an
absolutely pure, healthy
milk, and with this In view
wo are proceeding on the
theory that it is impossible
to bo too careful in the
feeding and care of our
herds and In the handling
and treatment of our milk.
Our cows are periodically
Inspected by the Territo
rial Veterinarian, and per
fect cleanliness is main
tained in every department.
Honolulu
Dairymen's
Association
Phone 1572
... TRENT TRUST
Paying
Is Like
1 1 a veiling
Buy a
FOR SALE
A 9.R.oom Home, - $ 4,000
An 8-Room Home, - 3,000
A 12-Room Home, - 13,000
TRENT TRAJST
We Have
Money
to Loan
on llttad stacks or on Improved
Real Estate.
Wo buy and sell Stocks and
Bond,, and make investments for
other In approved Truit Securi
ties. Vi'K BHALI. UK l'l.RASKD TO
TALK
INVE8TMCNT8
WITH YOU
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Stroot
DON'IWQRRY
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARQO & CO.'S
TRAVELERS' CHECKS
MRS. DECKER'S FUNERAL
8ERVICES TOMORROW
Tho funeral services of thu lata
Mrs. Dorcas- Decker, who died
Inst evening. wll be hold tnmnrinvv
afternoon nt 3 o'clock In the Sllv.i
Undertaking Parlor,
Mrs. Decker was well known
throughout tho Territory. She. was a
sister of Mrs, IMmiltid N'oirle and
John ltlclinriTsnn of Mnul. She was
also related to tho 1,'arkor family.
Governor Frear had n conference
this morning with Superintendent of
Kduratlon Willis T. I'ope, luspoctor
of Schools T. II. Gibson and Deputy
Attorney Oenernl K. W. Sutton In con
nection with the sites for the i'.lrln"
Industrial school. They wont Into the
question of the two sites that nrn of
fering, one at Kullhl und tbe other nt
Mollllll, but did nut coniu to any do-clsloii.
Waterhouse Trust
te O
Homesjor Sale
College Hills
Vary attractive new bungalow. Mod
ern in every particular.
Punahou District
Story and a half houso near Punahou
Collage.
Kaimuki 9th Ave.
New modern bungalow. Magnificent
view) two blocks from car line.
All the above ut attractive prices to
buna lldn purchasers. Liberal terms of
payment.
WATERHOUSE TRUST
' Fort and Merchant 8treets'
i.
COMPANY, LTDr
Rent,"
an a v" -
Home
COMPANY, LTD.
Sole Distributors of the
famous David Davidson
Hand-Colored Prints.
GUR KEY'S
THE
WIRELESS
Is Important 'as a buslneet factor.
Office open on week days from 7 a.
m. to 530 p. m. on Sundays from 8
to 10 a. m and until 11 every night
for ships' messages.
SOUVENIR
NOVELTIES
' f f v
Wo tlnn't need to tell nnyone
who knows this store tlint wo
can souvenir their) to a nicety.
Wo have a pretty complete list
of such things as
SPOONS, BR00CHE8, FOBS,
SCARF PINS, BUCKLE8, ETC.
They nro novel enough to np
peal to nnyone nnd nttrnctlvn
enough to be appreciated und
kept and remembered.
H.F.WICHMAIUCO.
Limited
LEADINO JEWELER8
2185 editorial roomt 2256
business ofllce. These are the tele.
phone numbers of the II u 1 1 ti 1 1 B-,
m
Last night as I lay sleeping
I heard a sudden z-n-n-n-g;
And roused myself to answer
. What I thought was a tele
phone ring.
But the sound I heard was a
"skecter"
And I slapped and slapped,
but No;
So I dropped that "skecter"
quickly
With Benson, Smith's "Skeet
Go." L
JHEREXALL
STORE
WILSON'S SUIT
(Continued from Pago 1)
tory of the callhiK for bids Is referred
to, and It Is sut forth that In niaklni;
his bid Wilson futlllled nil the lei;ul
leiiulreuielits. The bids nre set forth,
shtiulm; Wilson thn lowest bidder with
I7!I,3G7, ulul Lord-YouiiK company next
lowest with "S,710.
Then the petition says:
"That your petitioner was and Is the
lowest responsible bidder for said con
tract and that said contract should by
law have been nwnrded to him for thn
price liltl ns hereinbefore set forth.
"That the suld commissioners have
refused to award snltl contract to your
petitioner, nnd still refuso to award tho
same, altboUKh well knowing that your
petitioner Ik competent to fulfill tho
work to be done thereunder nnd Is of
financial responsibility sufllclent to
KUaranteo the completion of said work,
and nltboiiKh your petitioner hns de
manded of said commissioners that said
tnntrnct us bid for by blm be nvvurded
to blm.
Bias Is Charged.
'That your petitioner charRcs and
nllcKPH that said contract was not
awarded to blm because of reasons
other than those concernlnR his abil
ity to. perforin the work or his llnanclnl
ability or respoimlblllty llnanclnl 'or
otherwise to carry on the same.
"Thnt your petitioner wns not al
lowed or permitted nny benrlni? before
such commissioners as to lib) jvipnnsU
blllty or ns to nny clinrises made
nwilio-t him relleetlni; on his financial
responsibility, nlthointh your petitioner
demanded ami requenlcd same, but that
said commissioners nppolnted one of
their number, to wit: one Andrew
Adiims, chairman of thn conimlmlnn,
to personally Investigate your pVtl
tlonur's resM)nslblllty, financially nnd
otherwise, and petitioner Is Informed
and verily believes, tbat thn snld Adams
reported to snld commissioners In fa
vor of awardliiK the contract to peti
tioner, and voted nt thn meetlnR of
said commissioners In favor of award
ing said contract to your petitioner,
but thnt said commissioners acting In
contravention of law and maliciously
nnd unJuMly. In ns far ns the rlithts
of your petitioner art" concerned, nnd
well knowing thnt your petitioner was
a person of responsibility financially
nnd otherwise, did refuse to award said
contract to your petitioner, contrary to
law and thu provisions of Act, 62 of
the Luvvs of tbu Territory of Hnvvnli
for the year 1909, and of Act 16C ot the
Ijivvs of the Territory of Hawaii for
tho year 1911."
CnntlnuliiK, the complaint declares
that since April. 1897, Wllsun hns been
the successful contractor upon twenty
one government Jobs, which nro iter
ated, and It Is stilted that eviiy con
tract was completed' accordhiK to tbu
contract specifications except two, the
sewer outfall contract of October,
lh9'.i, nnd the Haunpi'po road contract
on Kauai of May, 1900.
t It will bo remembered thnt the com
mission Investigated Wilson's work un
der both of these contracts, and till
failure hero wis part of thu reasons
that led thn commission to class him ns
nut n responsible bidder.
In Explanation .of theso two jobs, thu
complaint- cays:
, "That the cause of your petitioner's
failure to curry out the sower outfall
contract hereinbefore referred to, vvuh
tbat tho same was In process of com
pletion nt the time of tbe outbreak of
pbiipin In Honolulu during thu month
of necembcr, 1899, nut thereafter, und
Ladies
Misses
QlrW
Clothing
FOR THE
WHOLE on FAMILY
v
Installment
Liberal
Boretania
St.
"?v
that as n result of the previ lence of
said plague within said city of Hono
lulu und the necessnry quarantine reg
ulations respecting same It was luipux
slblu for your iietltlnncr to obtain the
ni'cessnry labor with which to com
pletu such contract In the time requited
by tho plans nnd specifications, al
though had It nut been for such out
break of plague your petitioner coutd
hnvs completed such contract In '
cordancn with the plans mid specifica
tions within thn time required by suld
plans nnd speclllcatlons.
Hanspepe Bridge.
"Your petitioner nvers, ri'lntlve to tho
contract for building the road from
Makavvell In Ilannpepe In May, 19il,
thnt hit refusal to complete the snld
e'ontrnct In accordance with the terms
nnd conditions thereof wns caused by
the neglect and refusal of the proper
authorities of the County of Kauai to
carry out their obligation under said
etintrnct to supply your petitioner with
n stone crusher of sulllclent cap icily to
do tho work In accordance with the
plans nnd specifications of said con
tract, and that petllluntr In refusing
to complete snld contract acted upon
the advice of responsible nnd nblu
counsel."
Proceeding, the complaint avers that
Wilson hns dono much private con
tracting work successfully, und that lie
Is thu only contractor In Hawaii that
has had nny experlenco In building
roads such ns called for at lleela. It
takes up bis financial responsibility,
stating thnt tho Vlrst National Hitnk
Is willing to back blm und he Is ready
to execute n bond for the Work, ind
goes on: "
Tiini compininnnts nusiness or eic
cupntlon In life Is almost entirely that
of performing work and furnishing ma
terials under government contracts and
that the necessary result of tbe refusal
to nwnrd tho contract herein referred
to to him because of alleged rrrespon
slblllty will be to ruin complainant's
business career nnd deprive blm of tbe
means wherewith to earn :t living for
himself and' his family.
"Thnt- there nrn now nbout to b
advertised numerous public contract,
upon which complainant Is dcslrout o
bidding, but thnt owing to the nctloi
of said commissioners hi refusing ti
award said contract to him ho Is ufrab
to lllfi bids for the same."
POLICE COURT
Police Judge Monsarrnt banded down
this morning to lllug l'oon a sentence
of ono yenr Imprisonment for tr lug
to steal u, purse containing J 111. (IT, from
David IC Martin, while the latter was
purchasing fruits and meat at the llsh
murket. It nppeured Unit the defend
ant saw Martin take n purse from his
hid pocket, und hu reached for It. Mar
tin felt thn hand of the defendant III
Ills pocket, nnd on turning around saw
blm with n purse. Martin grabbed the
defendant by tho neck und led li'm
over to n police otllccr.
Oeorgo Wilnee, who hit nn Innocent
Chinaman on tbu head and iirm, was
sent to the reef for three months. Wu
Inee was released from tliu peniten
tiary lately, vvhern he had been fur
live jenrs for killing his wife,
Mrs, Violet Kanlon nnd Fred Vlll.i.
charged with violating the domestic
laws, hud their cases nolle prossed
Prosecutor Ilrovvn stated that tbu evl
deuce was not sulllclent to convict
them-
lloh Walters, arrested for gambling,
forfeited Ids ball money ut $25.
Tour Japanese gamesters pulled In
by tbu pellcc. each paid a normal line
e-
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business ofllce. These lire the tele
phone, numbers nf tho II h Ileitis.
Men's
Youths'
Boys'
ON
Payments
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