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,( nsktni; (lie uiltuntugcH uulliiirs hate
i In a rnlM'il edition In correct some
, faulty In tin- llril. Franklin.
' a soomsnycrs win now navo some
'' tiling to dn, tolling us the meaning of
tho latest rlso of Kllauca.
j Will tlio men with ambitions to be
I delegates to the Republican National
Convention plenso speak up.
Admiral Thomas Is the best! ever.
He is giving Honolulu n big parade of
tho men of the licet and wo hardly had
to ask for It.
"Mr. Sinister, tho American llnancial
f director of Persia, must bo some
initikln's when tlio Cabinet resigns
I and lie continues to rule the roost.
Tito Cambridge pnBtor who tried ti
; commit suicide wilt have a haul task
' convincing the people of his Mock tint.
he Is not guilty of murder as charged
.That little spat In tlio Harbor Com
mission had to como sooner or latei
Just to mako tho understanding be
tween the members absolutely clear
News that a United Press corres
' pondent Is In town may cause sunn
."ofthoso who talked freely to Ha
Htaiinard linker to get tlio clan.
. So it appears, as politics begins t(
be tnlked, that L. U MtCamllcss hai
f , friends left on Maul and Is not oul
fr oi lite political game lor mo i-oiiniif
Plcaso take notice that in these pip
Irig times of peace wo tiavo a littli
affair ot our otwi down In tho More
country nnd It cannot bo submitted tt
President Taft may bo against tin
ocean to ocean road constructed bj
tho Government, but that doesn't
mean ho lms lost any of Ills cntlius
lasm for good roads.
''Talk of mediation between Itnlj
and (Turkey Is a reminder to n goon
ninny people mat mo war is sun on
ntuMho two combatants arn probabl)
'protty well tuckered out.
I - r : n
China as a Iteptibtlc Is likely lo Ik
patterned something after tho Mcx
lean republic wlien Diaz tonk control
provided a man of commanding filial
idea rises to tho occasion.
With tho recommendation of tin
Tariff Hoard received, Congress will
htivo to pass n very rank revision o(
tho wool tariff in order to forco the
President to vein tho bill.
Tho most satisfactory feature of the
-Illlo wharf question Ir that It Is not
tied, unci donn In terms lo proper!)
.'; 'protect tho rights of the public, and
In a manner creditable to thn majority
if VI 1110 Commission. ,
vV , IJpift stop to haggle over llie ba
nana, be the decision of tlio court
'... . -
jwuiil II may. ivcep on Willi ion cieim
jj.iip work, and forco It forward till
'a fc every nisi ititcu ot a mosfiuiiu nrucii-
lug hole Is tilled or drained.
V.vituii new outuii'im ui niimuiuiA in
KSi tho Quaraiitlno Hlatlon Is sunt to
v)start a, lively wrnnglo over the elll-
ciicy of vaccination In event of Iso-
-',l'Hero'H a queer crlmo."
"Dumb man urrested fur utterlnK
k 'i ' Tommy I'oii, what is It that tho
jw lllbio says Is horo today uml gouo to
,.1'dij I'robahly tho cook, my son.
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m tecon1-elMi matter
DECEMBER 21, 1911
Inlid eases breaking nut In I lie
ramps to which these people am Id
"Until his successor Is named" Is
not necessarily slgitlllcalit. So Just
rest contented that tho (Inventorship
ot t)ta Territory of Hawaii lias
leached the point where anything that
Is said or done In Honolulu Is not In
danger of helping It or hurting It
unless ..the President calls for more
Making the milkman pay for the
mlllt he waters. Is Just what tho pub
lic Is looking for. Let It bo hoped
for Ills sako that tlio cows of Hono
lulu do not gio milk that will not
pass tlio Intro food law. Tho bees of
(ho Territory tiro charged with the of.
tense of making honey which doesn't
satisfy Dr. Wiley's standard.
With tlio Governorship of Hawaii
itltl under consideration, olio of three
things may bo accepted: cither they
taven't time to thoroughly discuss
'ho subject, or n delay will be made
o make' It appear that Delegate Ku
tlo has not been thrown down J'ff
land, or nn olomentj'ot doubt has
iriscn lu thctlnlnd dl tho Secretary
ir tlio President or both as to tho ad
visability of reappointing tho present
Jovcrnor. tinder any circumstances,
i Presidential appointment Is one of
ho most unsafe propositions linugln
iblo on which to gamble. Meanwhile
he best thing tho peoplo of Honolulu
ind Hawaii can do Is to pcpnro their
ulnds for n merry Chrlstmns nnd a
jrosperous new year, allowing tho'
Inventorship to tako Its natural
ourso through tho next few days .of
he holiday season.
BETTER DOCKS NEEDED.
Our country Is not through with
loveloplng naval docks when It coin
deles what Is. now under way at Pearl
larbnr. If tho nation Is to keep In
he van of progress, this will bo but
he beginning. Admiral. H.. C. Holly
lay, chief ot tlio bureau of yards and
locks of the Navy Department, ii ids
iniiual report says that oven jitter
ho completion of tho now dry docks
tt New York, Pugot Sound nnd Pearl
larbor, the United States will bo far
lehlnd other great naval powers lu
Ho explains that the single llritish
lockyard at Portsmouth has more dry
locks than all thn navy yards of the
Jnlted States, and that Cormany and
'rnncn also liavo better facilities,
I'lils In face of tho fact that tho cnast
luo of tho United States on tho At
antic nloiio Is greater than tho total
'oast lino of nil tho other thrco conn-
''Tho disparity In docking fnclll-
Ics," ho hays, "becomes nil tho ninrn
ipparent when It Is considered that
it tho foreign countries thcro aro
nany good commercial docks, wlierc
is tho United States Is very deficient
it 'tills regard."
It stands to reason that thn prog--ess
ot events In this part ot the
vorld must forco upon Congress nnd
'.ho people of tho United States tho
-onvlctlon (hut tlio American navy
mint liavo proper docking facilities
If It Is to mako Its prestige mora Im
jroBslvo than a niinie. This will como
villi the development of'Hto merchant
marine, which though slow is nevcr
"Senator, wliy don't you utipack
your trunk? You'll ho In Washington
for six years."
"I don't know about' that. My Stato
has tho recall." ' '
Announcement Is miido of ho mar
rlago In llronklyn of William I), llrush
uml Ida M. Shine. A lirlRht future
for tho couplo Is confidently predicted.
Harbor Commissioner Thinks
Newspapers Have Misrep
Commissioner McStocker, of tlio
hntbor hoard, yesterday afternoon
mado n written statement to the oth
er members charging misrepresenta
tion or tho meeting last Monday onj
Ilia part of certain ol the newspapcrr.
Ho did not specify which newspa
pers, nor In wliat.thc misrepresent!!-1
tlon, It winy, lies. The 11 ti 1 1 u 1 1 n
has no apologies whatever to make
for Its account, and has compared this
account with tlio stenographic notes.'
Tho representative; of this paper who
.ittcilded (ho meeting was told sim
ply to get the facts nnd give the
truth, and tho account was written in
tlio same spirit. It nny bo mention
ed that the members of tho coinnils-'
rlon who opposed some of Mr. Mc-!
Blocker's Ideas, nnd voted theso Ideas
'own In defeat, yesterday declare.!,
after hearing his slntt-mcnt, that the
'I ti I let In s account was sound nnd'
truthful. McStockcr's statement Is us
"Honolulu, December 20, 1911.
"Mr. Chairman and (leiitlemeii: In
view of the liuicvurutu nnd mischievous
irprt'seiilntiou 4t Hit proceedings of
.this hoard tut Monday afternoon last
by certain of the newspapers of this
city, I feel It. Incumbent upon mo to
mnko mi expression of opinion on the
nuliject. i t
"As an advocate of publicity In the
tranwtctlon of nubile btndnexs I there
with believe that tho Interests of the
people are conserved only by a true
md accurate presentation of facts, iiu-
eolored -liy. the personal views' of. tho
parties whose duty It Is to furnish the
facts to the public, presented pel hups
in a more or less rentable form. I
"The rules mid regulations adopted
last Monday, and which, by tho way.
nre practically duplicates of tho rules
ami regulations for the port of Hono
lulu recently adopted by tills commis
sion, and therefore requiring no pro
found consideration, were, as each sec-'
tlon was presented, adopted by unani
mous vote of thn board excepting in
two Instances, and Invariably upon a
motion to adopt either by Mr. Cninp-j
bell or myself and as Invariably see-'
nndeil by one or the other. Tho ex
Tlrst Clause I, which I moved lie
amended by Inverting Iho words 'ex
cepting sugar after tho word 'freight',
hi the first line, said amendment being
lost 'by tho' voto of Commissioners
Wnkelleld, McCarthy nnd Hermit, i'
ulonn voting In the negative.
"Hocnnd Clause 9, which was
amended on motion by myself liy ro-j
turning to the original text of tho type
written sheet furnished for our consid
eration and striking out words 'and
only,' which, had been inserted appar
ently ns an afterthought, iind'the word
'temporarily,' which was, lu tny Judg
ment, n word that vas condiiclve'pos
slbty to friction ltfirafter.
"Tills amendment vvns carried by the
voto of Commissioners Campbell,
Hermit and myself. Hence-tho pro
ceedings of the meeting, "so' far nA'tlio
rules mid regulations are concerned,
were apparently unanimous with the
exceptions stated, In one of which my
views appeared to lie correct, ns It was,
after presentation and before adoption,
sustained by Mr. Mctgzer, the repre
sentative ot the Illlo Hoard ot Trade.
"So much for tlio record.
"Taking iip.the personal views of the
matter, I am loath tn believe, ns will
be Inferred from the newspaper arti
cles, that any member or members of
this commission found It necessary tn
enter Into n secret understanding for
the presentation of matters which were
entirely n matter of piddle protection.
Such li omblnntlnn" Would lend to ono
of two theories either Hint obstruc
tion of Iho Interests of the public was
to tin anticipated by perlytps tho ma
jority of the' board, 'or thjit 'selfish In-
"Use only milk
that is known
to be absol
An important practical
truth , stated by a physi
cian. We are eupplylnp our cut
' tomers with a milk that ia
known to be perfectly pure
and very rich milk that
hat the endortement of the
Matron of the Kaulkeolani
'wilt greatly enhance values of real
"tale. Why not buy a lot and build a
'home before prices rie?
COLLEGE HILLS LOTS
are ttild untold. Thirty-four choice
lots remain. At we detire to dote this
tract at once, prices have not been
raited. You can buy at 20 ditcount
on list price. Terms! 1-3 cath, 13 in
one year and 1-3 In two years) interett
Nurnburg Iron Craft
" Leather Work
-Paintings in Oil and Water
SKND HOLIDAY imtHHTINUS UY
TO KltinNDS AT HIJA AND ON TUB
terests were active In liavlnc a certain
proKrum carried out. Taking the lat
ter llrst, while such proceeding might
be .appropriate in certain situations, It
would seem very Inapproprlato In a
body of this sort, where free public
discussion Is desired, unless tho llrst
proposition obtained,; which I submit
can not bo the easrt, as certainly no
member of this board has, to tho pres
ent lime, shown any disposition to take
such n position. Any such view If
taken would therefore Tie puro assump
tion on the tmrt of those who hnvo
"To prevent tho misquotation of tlieso
views, which from the pnst experience
would appear probable, I request that
you, Mr. Chairman, present Iho several
newspiipers with a copy of this state
ment, requesting Hint" the snmo be given
as full publicity ns obtained through
ther recent Iniircurute, reports.
"(Signed) K II. McSTOCKKIl."
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Protpect 8t $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Building lot Kalmukl '700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
Houae and lot Kalakaua Ave.. 2000.00
Furnlnhei houte 6 months from
December 1, 1911 $60.00
Unfurnished houte Manoa Val
Young Street , 30.00
Kalakaua Avenue , 20.00
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The Public Scrvleo Assoclatlcn Iin4
been Invited tn liavo a delegation ot
lis directors present at the emeus of
tho ways nod means committee of thn
ilonrd of Supervisors to bo held nt
Iho assembly room" tonight at seven
thirty, Several of tho directors nn commit
tees of public pollcywlll lio present
to discuss in eattctis with thn bond
of supervisors and the committee frnm
tlio chamber of commerce the unttcr
of framing the six months' approprlu
tlon of tho city and county.
Hiccoughs caused tlio deatlt of llor.
Hildas J. Curlier, secretary of the
llhoie Island state board of optometry
at tho lttmdii Island hospital. '
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photographs, promised for the Even
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should be tent in at once, at the edi
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