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HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1911.
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.NOVEMBER 9, 1911
If the day and night are such that you greet them witli
joy, and life emits a fragrance like flowers and sweet smell
ing herbs that is your success. Maeterlinck.
THE MAITWHO WON'T.
"Those who can't clean up their premises should have
it (lone at public expense .
"Those who can should do it.
"Those who can but won't should be prosecuted under the
recent statute which makes it a misdemeanor tor one to har
bor on his premises places where mosquito larvae may
That's short and concise. It's the sentiment expressed be
fore the citizens' committee yesterday afternoon by one of
the members. We take it that every resident of Honolulu,
except perhaps a few who value their own comfort above
the health of their neighbors and their own families, will
agree with the sentiment. r
There are" kicks and protests and complaints coming in to
the Board of Health, the Citizens' Committee and the head of
the mosquito fight. Some of the complaints are probably
true, but this is a time when Honolulu must pay for the blind
ness, the sloth, the negligence of the past, and be mighty
thankful the cost is not a hundred times greater.
It needs a few people arrested and convicted under Act
111 of the Session Laws of 1911 to wake up this com
munity. That Act gives the authorities power to get after the man
who refuses to clean up his premises. We believe that pub
lic opinion will sustain the campaign chiefs should they in
voke this law, after due and diligent investigation has con
vinced them that it is being knowingly and wilfully violated.
Who owns the Wnluholc waters,
Thi) question In, which -would jou
rtithtT bo or a mosquito?
Atlvlco gratis lit about the easiest
thing to get In Honolulu now.
Turkey blue Instead of Turkey red
seems to be. the order of things how.
The trouble 111 Honolulu today Is
neither capital nor labor. It's mo
squitoes. Btr.ingo nobody has arisen to llnil
that thu lantana Is a breeder of
Thu eost of Ihlng will bo. higher
still If wo don't clean out the last
possible disease breeder.
Committeeman Ilulstclii certainly
plaed s.ifa by neglecting to catch
thu Wllheluilna for Washington.
llerr Merger Is composing a now
one dedicated to the banana-cutting
brigade and called, "Die Wacht am
This city lias iuier reallcd all that
the expression "going some" signified
until the mosquito campaign got Into
livery banann tree down Is another
step for tt safe and clean Honolulu
but of course It's hard to realbo this
ull at onco.
Tho present happenings In the vl
clnlly of Tripoli nro tho exact things
needed to ghe tho world's peace move
the greatest boost.
Vanlmnn and his dirigible want to
get started across tho ocean pretty
soon or some aviator will put htm in
the Btnlo bread class.
Deputy Sheriff Charley ltoso's Idea
of sitting on tho lid Is not likely to
make him many friends among those
in charge of the sanitation campaign.'
An afternoon paper says "Convicts
In Currle's line,". Indeed? We always
supposed that leprosy and yellow fev
er campaigns were in his line, but the
other, oh, no!
The Central Impnnemcnt Commit'
teo will perform a rent public service
If, should it become necessary, It or
gauges a house-to-house uilunteer In
That ltttlo notice to "shop early" Is
appearing In tho papers again and
clearly shows that wfien it comes to
II) lug stunts, time has them all beaten
to a fure-you-well.
It Is gratifying to know that the
Republican Territorial Central Coin
mltteo la not playing politics during
the antl-mosqulto campaign. The
committee Is composed of earnest,
fair-minded men from whom nothing
elso Is expected,
passed. History never lepeats itself
more exactly than In the proposition
that Industrial strife and aggrandize
ment of individual wealth invariably
produces it party of antl-cnpltal the
orists who have n way of making
themselves beard. The experiments
in municipal government under the
socialistic banner will be eagerly
The Civic Federation's findings last
llght,nre far from criticising tho Onliu
Loan Fund Commission on Its uctlpn
In tho Hecla bench belt road contract
In spite of nil nttempt made to distort
the Federation's attitude by a paper
that yelped and yowled when it lost
In an attempt to run tho Federation
a few days ago. One of tho prime
movers In the Federation's movement
of Investigation uxplnlncd Uidny to
the It u 1 1 o 1 1 n that tho body feels
that while the Commission should stay
within tho $200,000 appropriation, the
lleela beach strip Is ono that requires
much money to put It In shape.
A LARGER DUTY.
Two or threo of tho large property-
liolders of Honolulu have set n splen
did example to nil of us by starting
nn ntitl-mosqtilto cnmpnlgn not only
on their own premises, but on all the
property Under their control, Irrespec
tive of the tenants.
It is an example that should be fol
lowed by every man or estate or cor
poration that owns several pieces of
property. Public duty requires an In
dividual or corporation at this time
to look after tho neighbor or tho ten
ant. Investigation should be made of
nil the holdings and mosquito-breed
ing spots driven from every ono.
Responsibility In tills light is not
contlned to one's own bouse mid lot.
Sincere congratulations are duo tho
Ilands-Around-the-ruclllc club after
tho showing It mado last night and the
promlso for tho future. It Is per
forming n mission worthily.
There seems to be now real prog
ress toward combining the 'govern
ments of the countries bordering the
Pacific on the plan to supply funds
for publicity and promotion.
Tho thing to do now Is to make
good on the promises and suggestions
of the past, to carry them out Into ac
Threo moro honorary presidents
were elected last night, William II.
Tntt, President of tho' United States;
W. Cameron Forbes, Governor Cencr-
al of the Philippines, and Don Augus
ui II. Leguin, President of Peru, the
two latter having slgnlllcd a willing
ness to accept, and Mr. Nell Nielsen,
M. P. from Australia will be envoy ex
traordinary from the Hands-Around-
tho-Pnclllc-Club to present in person
to President Tnft the resolution of the
club asking him to serve. Tho heads
of most of tho countries bordering on
tho Pncillc havo already voiced their
approval of the objects of the Hands
Aroiind-tho-Paclllc-Clul) and havo con
sented to act In tho capacity of lion
orary presidents, while the Governors
nnd Premiers of the States havo ex
pressed a willingness to bo enrolled
as honorary vlco presidents and aid
In tho work outlined by tho orgnnizn
tviint n woman likes nbnnt tho
opera, Is all the. things, there wIlnoBs-
eii would ue eviuenco 01 iimuuiiy u.
any other place.
I(awali la gottlng cooperntlon from
nil over tho country In the cnmpalgn
for freo tolls for American vessels
passing through tho canal. Kven the
people who want the coastwlso law
suspended nnd foreign lines to drive
tho American ting off tho seas are In
favor of tho free-toll plan.
Socialism nover won such victories
as those In tho mainland elections Just
"Now thut your daughter has grad
uated she will havo mure timo on her
"I suppose nho expects to help her
"No, she expects to Join another
brldgo club." i
Ijidy of House (to applicant)-Your
recommendations are 'not ut Hat lur
ing. Cook Naythur ure yours, muni' but
I'm willing to give ycz u tilul.
"Hlchcs havo wings," remarked tho
"Yes," replied Farmer CoriitoEsol,
"but that ain't goln' to prevent men
from coopln' 'em up fur their owu
"You go around borrowing money
all the time and yet you seem to he
"How do you mnnngo It?"
"My motto Is: 'Always put oft" till tO'
morrow thoso you have done today.1
to deliver pur milk to our
Not only art our dairies
maintained In a moit san
itary condition, but tho
milk It all brought to our
central station on 8horidan
.treat and treated to our
electrio purifying process.
The pure milk Is fed "rom
this machine Into absolute,
ly clean bottles and capped
without being touched by
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C. Pnlninn G-rooni homo $2200
(!. I.mmlllu St. 6-ruoin home... $3200
7. Puiinul 0-room home $3900
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1 HERE FOR WORD
That W. M. Glffard, tho man at the
head of the fruit fly light, Ib not to go
to the coast until the board hcara from
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Between Bethel and Fort
tho California authorities, Is thciat
est statement, mado this morning by
1-n.nd Commissioner Charles S. Judd.
The regular meeting of tho board
la to be held Monday afternoon next
ut 2 o'clock, when tho reports of tfic
olflcors for the month preceding will
There are a number of matters coin
ing up for attention nnd among them
It Is thought (hat the regulations gov
ernlng tho light against tho fly will be
dealt with. Theso arc now with the
Governor nnd If ho Is through with
them In time they will come up.
Ilcv. Victor Sovllln, a Catholic
priest of Columbus, O., was stabbed
In the back by one of threo unknown
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
SO BAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
Wo havo for sale a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 fee.t and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set wltn large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an ontrance lanal 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dinlngroom and
pan-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters in the same enclosure.
Adjoining this there Is another large lot on which there ars a
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there is also a water
lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a most complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age jround by the Navy Department.
The Castor that never refuses to turn
for all purposes, but especially for
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. The old and well-tried
as formerly used on wood beds. It was always good. At
W. II. Iltuim Kvorv mnn has his
own opinion, but as far as I nm con
cerned I will raise no objections to
having banana trees cut down. Wo
should all uphold tho campaign plan
and not try to put blocks In tho way
of the authorities, t
Ed. Towbo I hao two hundred nnd
fourteen banana trees and fprty
implies nf bananas nearlv rloc. Not
nil of them nro within 160 feet of in)
house, but all nro within 1C0 feet of
somebody's house. Hut I linvo no
kick to make. This Is tho tlmo when
all must stand together,
n. n Mead If thev come alone and
tell ma to cut down my houso and
move It off, believe me, 1 in going to
A. D. Cooper Tho citizens' com
mllteo can count Ukii tho support of
the people of Honolulu generally, I
think, ptxnhled nil nro treated alike,
nut this Is a case where tho rich man
should ho Kb en oxnetly tins snmo
treatment as tho ior man.
A, P. Judd Tho supervisors tie
ucrve great credit for tho prompt way
lu which they hao come to die flout
nnd am doing things on behalf of the
city and county.
"Hanawakl" Kruger They enmo
along nnd cut down my banana trees
yesterday, and I tell you It wnsn't
pleasant, but you know that the only
thing to do Is to grin nnd bear It.
Attornoy-Goncral Lindsay" Wo havo
tin... on 1. 1, a.' (rnlttlMV .lift t ll n tl1nd,lllltA
regulations that wo hac not hud tlmo
io iiiko up uepuiy nerin wisu s chhu
Deputy Sheriff Rose Tho nuthorl
tics must show me that my own ban
ana trees breed wrlgglors before I
will cut them down.
A well known mnn In the city this
morning iolntcd out a good Joke o:i
tho members of tho oommllteo han
dling the fight ngnlnst the mosquito
and who are also tho ones giving the
orders for the cutting down of banana
trees over which tlicro Is pitch a cry
"Say," ho said, "wo havo tho ha lin
on those fellows. I think they nro all
members of the University Club nnd
yet although tlicro nro plenty of ban
anas around there they hnve not been
cut down. Some of tho klckcis
against the move should go In tlicro
one dark night and havo mengo."
Ml II. h.
Itcportlng tho denths of n few chll-
tlrtii only, nnd nil from nuturnl ciiiiwh,
the llrltlsh steamship Wlllesdin. on
the way to Hawaii with mure than
1800 Immigrants aboard, passed Punta
Arenns, the passage through Cape
Horn, several ilnyH ago. A cablegram
to this effect reached the Hoard of Im
migration this morning.
Commissioner of Immigration Clark
now does not expect thu Immigrant
ship hero Wforo November 20, ns It Is
making slower time than the Or I eric.
The deaths on board are very much
less than those mi the Orterle, nnd there
Is no such epidemic as happened on tho
wlr1.tKjtlal1 fr vaar.
FOR ARBOR DAY.
Therc'd be no shade.
No shadows deep,
No curling finis.
No lilts Hint irei'P,
Nu unlet paths
Where bright ejes petp
If tin re were no trees.
No place for birds
To play and ref.t;
Nu houghs on which
To build their nests,
III cunning wijn
Tluit the) know best
If tin re wr no lrre.
We'd hear no laughing
Voices ring '
In shady nooks
Where Itnininol'kR suing.
Through summer, u Inter,
1'till and spring ,
If there were no trees
No nlligntur pear
Nu papious sweet
Nor ripe banana:
Nothing but glue
And old luutnmi
If tht re iir mi tices.
On Arbor Day
(lu plant a tree
(A diuen or so;
You'll get them freer;
'Twill he it pntty
Sight to ei
If there are lots of trees
U P. SI.
ROSS TO MAKE
flcorgo Ross, who linn been In Iho
Philippines Imcstlgatlng the proposi
tion for a sugar mill In San Carlos,
Occidental Negros, Is expected In ie
tuni by tho last of this month. No
report has been made by rtoss on Iho
result of his trip ns yet, brief riblci
grams only announcing his inowA
ments. A. D. Cooiicr, who Is promot
ing tho Vroposltloii, said today Hint
Ytoss would probably come back hete
l.eforo completing his reiKirt, Indi
rectly Intimations hno been lecelv
cd that ltnss w'as much pleased with
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