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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.,
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except- Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON Editor
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The fooluli and ihe dead alone never
From time to lime during the past fic years' tlie 'amalgamation of llie
two evening newspapers of the city his been discussed liy ihc controlling
owners Within the last few days the matter has had most serious consid
cialion. Mutual understandings have been, reached with the result that
there is good prospect of bringing about a unification of interests satisfac
tory to the parties involved and serving the best interests of I lonolulu and
the Tcmtory of I lawah. 'I he final plans will be announced at a later date.
works In Chicago nlre.id)
l'ruticls .1 llone Is ruruishliig 111 o-
It was the other fellow's volcano
that went on on a tear Ours always
hcll.ives us n propcrl trained volcano
The nun who llvo In Chicago and
hns n tliket for a neat In the con
vention hull, Is the envy of all his
associate these davs
Konulor Cummins is playing his
cards Just iihotit right to come Into
the ssmc us the only man who can
unlf) the Ilcpublia.in party,
Now that wo have crowded n dozen
pleasurable events Into Kumchamchn
Way, let's turn rjfcht to the I'ourth ol
July plans and boom them along.
Now that tho llrst tree is planted on
Kalaknu.t avenue, the next thine, to do
Is for tho public to get In and help
plant more trees by furnishing them
t TT 1 ;
Tim weather Ik a little bit warm
but It Is bettor to begin to think of
tho Bupervlsor ticket now than
"sweat hlooil" over tho thing when it
is too late
Tho Sprockets proper!) here at last
Is ready for tho market. The dis
posal of this property will berve as a
healthy stimulus for summer real oh-
Senators are pln)lng peanut pol
ities, If they aro injuring tho efficiency
of I ho American army Just to show
that they don't llko tho man at tlio
head who does things.
form tho "get together" bnhlt and
Honolulu win boom along in a st)ln
that will inako jcsterd.iy' 'grandest
predictions of prosperous fill urn seem
llko an every-day affair
Duko Kuhunamnkn. will not bo tho
only woild's champion iwlmnier flom
Hawaii If aquatic moetit nero umtlnuci
to piodiue the fuht youngsters that
vveio in evidence )eterday.
Hun your cyo over tho Mils for sup
plies that Honolulu meichaiits huvu
offered tho army headquarters, and
then decide whether tho Federal nov
eriimcut Is helpltiK Honolulu or not.
Incoming passenger UstB ro to
prove the prediction of Mr Wood, that
Honolulu Ib duo for a tourist sonson
deiuoiiBtrntlnK this to ho nn ull-tlit-yi.ir-riiund
haven for the traveller
RoiiM'tino fcvji HiiKKcsteil that the
ipilut llttlo provision In tho army hill,
IcKlslnlitiK tlen I.coiiard Wood,
Doo.sovult'H prime favorite, out of of
fice, is BometliliiK of a HoukIi Itlder
Honolulu la waking up The holl-
?tluR am helm; observed In tlin Rood
old-faslilonnd wny, that makes the
I'rofessor -What tlmo Is It. pleaso'
(ahsoutly) What do you
want sun tlmo, mean local lime, or
Iln-Tlnn't vnu know her? She lives
"Jn your square.
' She I'd Imps so; hut hIio Is not In
fi Tho' Ukkeoper camg out ,Ioofiig
PS E "i , LETXN
Per Six Month $-50
Per Ycnr, anywhere In U 8... 1,011
Per Year, anywhero In Canada I, fill
Per Year, pnstinld, fmeign ... 2.U0
Mtt6 tl me Foftnltic hi HftDolnla
JUNE 12. 1912
change their opinion. Lowell.
town an attrmtlvo i enter for the out
Hlders and a heller pluco In which to
Don't forget that the Panama Canal
opening Is only about n jear hence.
This poit must be the most inexpens
ive on the trnns-Pacillc route as well
as the most accommodating, If wo ex
pect to get the business and hold It
The I lalelwn-l lonolulu road race Is
too long for even the bcst-tritlncd util
ities. Suggestions beard on all sides
cstcrday that some shorter rnco be
fciibstltuted as an annual fixture
should be the basis on which to work.
Delegate Kuhlo Is doubtless return
Ing because he feels there Is little left
to do In Washington Though dis
gusted with tho situation there, it Is
to be hoped he will nrrlvo home in si
mood to move up Into the front ranks
of the Co-Ahead Club, prompted by
ho Get Together spirit
tillbert J Waller Is relied upon as
n- steering committee of one for the
Hawaii delegation at the Democratic
convention As a local Democrat ex
pressed it this morning, "Kinney will
furnish the eloquence ulid Waller tho
smooth politics, and Allan Herbert
will glvo them a recipe for llsh chow
der, and tho Hawaii delegation will
Real entnte In Honolulu Is licit) ton
cheapb, particularly nubiirlmn real
eutntp h.ivr Mr I II Itpuilln after
seelnR what the S.m rranclneo iroplO
aro uskliiR iiml BcttinR Tint's pret
ty rooiI promotion tlortrlno, for it
Hhovvtf that Honolulu has tho future
to niako Its real estate Investments
pay illvldcnils either In business re
turns or In pleasant resilience
Tho rapid progress In the plans foi
developing Iho volcano hotel bclicino
'is proof that nialnlanders know a
Ktinil thing when they sco It and havo
faith in Hawaii. The llllo railroad's
plans for a summer tcsldenro colony
Is ono which will appeal stionRly to
people from all over the world Willi
n number of people laying plans for
exnlolting tho volcano, Iluvvall will
reap Inimedl.itu and lasting bcncllts.
HILO If. If.
(Continued from Page 1)
Tho lonscnsus of opinion by those
who havo v lowed tho vojpann at dir
fcrcnt norlnils of activity Is that at
tho present time, although tho boiling
lava Is slightly below the rim of tho
small llko, It gives ono a bettor
chamo to study this great natural
wondor than at" a tlmo when tho ora
tor Is fuller Last January when tho
lava rimo tq such np extent that It vat
uiystciloiis and Lulled for tho ulllcu
"What havo jou beon doing?"
"Tho boss wants to seo jou right
away I guess it's tho bounco for
"Nix," declared tho olllco boj. "1
know what ho wants."
"What doeshe want?"
"Ho wanlB to know what now play
crs havo hcon slgnod,"
surely expected to overflow the pit
Into tho big crnlcr, It was certainly n
rrnnd sight to those brnvo enough to
approach sufficiently close to study It
Hut these wero few. As It Is nt pros
cnt, ono can loll oil the vory edgo of
tho crater and view to one's heart's
content tfor the time being, for nil
vlsllois to tho Crater of Kllaucn come
I'galn and again), there being no ex '
tesslvc heat, no fumes nor smoke. '
Tho Initial trip under tho new
schedule of fare and also transports-'
Hon carried tvventy-thrco, taking train
at llllo to Ulenwood anil autobus from
Olcnwood to not only the Volcano
House but to the Crater of Kllaucn It-,
self. This has all been arranged by(
the Kllauea Volcano House Company,
and every provision made for tho'
comfort of everybody. I
Tho Volcano House, under the able
management of Demosthenes l.yrnr i
pus, has beou thoroughly renovated;
from end to end, and placed In first-1
class shape for tho Inrge Bummer trnf-!
Ilco that It regularly enjoys, which
which will bo larger this year than
previously on account of the extreme
I) low rales of transportation made
by tho Kllauea Volcano House Com
pany Ltd. Certainly this greatest of
tho world's sights today has been
brought within seeing dlstaneo ol
thoso In ordinary clrcumstnnees, and'
thcto Is positively no excuse, for niiy-i
body In llllo not soolng tho eternal,
Arcs of Kllauea, when so cheap a rntc
has been mado for tho trip. I
Kllauea Is ns much n wonder to!
tourists today ns ever It was, niid they
still nro expressing their sentiments. In I
tho book kept at tho Volcano, Houso
for. that purpose. These expressions
range from Ihe sublime lo tho ridlcu
lotis.niul Pack, again, Ono thero Is, of
late entry, that reads ns follows.
To see eternal fires burn.
Two routes there are alack!
To view one )ou must iltn tho other;
I'ive dolling there and hack.
Both places aro about tho same,
Hut with this difference well,
You can come back from Kllauea,
Hut )ou can't return from II II!
Heaven or Hades, when I dlo
I have, no eholeo, I think,
IT things nro run thero snmo ns here
With Ljciirgus at tho brink!
Oulsldo Influences nro helping llllo
grow. Last Sunday morning tho city
was most agreeably surprised by tho
iidvcnt of tho Honolulu Evening
H ii 1 1 o 1 1 n ' s Saturday night edl-,
Hon, containing all tho news of tho
Islands and tho outsldo world, Tho
now schedule of tho Maunn Kca makes
It possible to thus supply llllo people
with a Sunday-niornlng paper and the
move Is thoroughly appreciated, ai
the numerous sales by tho cntorpil
Ing howsboys. who bring the paper
right to )our door to enjoy with your
coffco and .rolls, gives testimony. II
II. Moses, on Front street. Is the local
agent fo rthe IJ u 1 1 c 1 1 n .
A concrete foundation on which will
to erected n large englne-hnuso Is be
ing constructed nt Olaa Mill. This Is
something that hns beon needed for a
long tlmo. There will ho pits and
other contrivances for tho proper enro
of tho planlntlnn engines.
Gaiety Reigned at Sonoma Sailed.
Tho departure of tho Oceanic
steamship Sonoma for San l'ramlsco
shortly after 11 o'clock this morning
was the occasion for a large outpour
ing of Honolulnus.
Tho wlinrf was crowded with hun
dreds of persons who elthor on busi
ness or through curiosity were attract
ed there by tho dcpartuio of a largo
list of passengers.
Ono hundred nnd seven cabin and
thirty alcernKC passongers sailed for
tlie mainland in the Sonoma. Tim
vessel dcpaitcd with a cargo mndo up
in sugar nnu siinuries to (lie amount
uuu tons. Tho Territorial Hand
vvns present and n pleasing sereuado
wns given. Tlio Sonoma will return
to this port on or about .Inly Kth, at
which tlmo Iho vessel will Inaugurate
tho now Australian sorvleo.
Andrew Cameglo was elected to n
life membership In tho Japan snclctv
of Now York
milk that It puro; milk
that la rich) milk that Ii
wholeiomei milk that It
food in health and medi
cine in aiekneti) milk that
comet from abtolutely san
itary dairies under condi
tion that are open to all
who care to Investigate.
That is the kind of milk
Nov of Bedrooms
Tantalus .. 3 0 00
Kaimukl, 8th Avenue 3 T4a00
Kalia Road 2 25.00
Oullck Avenue '..,.,...". 2 25.00
Klnau Street ' '. 3 60.00
Kahala Beach 2 105.00
Puunui Street 3 60.00
Nuuanu Street 6 7900
Kalakaua Avenue 3 37.50
Pacific Height! 5. 100.00
Beretanla Street 4 7500
Walplo ...3 $12.00
Wilder Avenue 6 6000
Wilder Avenu 6 2000
Pua Lane 2 17.00
King Street 2. 22.50
King Street 2 20.00
Alewa Heights 2 20.00
Lunalilo Street '. 3 30.00
Kaimukl, Maunaloa Avenue 2 27X0
Beekley and Kallhl Road' 4 35.00
Young Sfreet 2 20.00
King Street 3 3300
Alakea Street 3 40.00
Kat)l Avenue 2 1800
MflUmae , 1...(See book)
Hillside, and Lower Manoa Road ....3 40.00
12th Avenue, Kaimukl 2 27.50
Nuuanu Street 2 35.00
Nuuanu Street 2 25.00
, Youn,g Street 4 1800
Pawaa Lane; 2 18.00
Magazino Street 3 2250
For a Wedding Present,
t A PICTURE,
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
At u mass meeting of union machin
ists nnd bnllcrmnkorH It was voted In
call for n general striko throughout
Canada of thoso unions, In sympathy
for the machinists nnd hollermnkcrs
of Iho (Irand Trunk I'aellle Ilallwav,
Large terraced lot, corner Magazine and Spencer streets. Well
Improved and splendid view.
Lots at Palolo Valley and Wllhelmlna Rite 500 and up.
Story and .Half house on Klnau street) 3 bedrooms, parlor,
i diningroom, kitchen, hathroom,
Makikl Street ! 2 Bedrooms
1915 Kalakaua Avenue 3 "
Keeaumoku Street 2 "'
Piikoi Street, near King ...,...,,. 3 Bedrooms
Kallhl Road and Be'ckley Street 4 "
Palolo Hill (to October 1, 1912) 1 "
Kalakaua Avenue 4 "
Judd Street 3 "
Matlock Avenue 2 "
Lunalilo Street 3 "
Lunalilo Street 3 "
Beretanla Street 3 "
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
TRUST CO;, LTD:
INSTANT COMMUNICATION WITH
THE OTHER ISLANDS AND SHIPS
Manager for "Jordan's" Has
Most Successful Trip to
i " Manager (Icorgo IJ. Curtis of 13. V.
I Jordan & Co. arrived tills innrnlug
; Ironi a business trip through tho
I Slates which took him ns far cast aa
I Now York City, north to Vancouver
! mid Included Denver, St. Louis, Chi
1 rngo, Minneapolis, as well as a mini
I her of other cities.
First of all, Mr. Curtis has good
hows for the buyers of tho city. Ow,
lug In tho lato season In tho Kast ha
wns able to inako purchases at most
attract I vo pi Ices, all of which ha will
place nt tho disposal of tho ladles ol
i liavo mndo soma excellent pur-
chases of tho latest In Btyle und tho
servauts' quarters and garage
MGR. CURTIS HERE
! WITH BARGAINS
Two Cottages, Kallhl $1800
Cottage, Harbottle Lane 2000
Cottage', Harbottle Lane ' 1200
Cottage, Harbottle Lane' 1750
Lot,, Puunui, 30,000 sq. ft, 1100(
LoU 20 and 21, Blk. 8, Kewato 1000
2-Bedroom House, Anapunt Street .. 4500
3-Bedroom House, Pllkol Street 4750
2-Bedroom House, Lower Punahou Street 2850
Lot on Young 8treet, 12981 iq, . 2000
2-8tory House, Wilder Avenue,
Lot on Tantalus.
Furnished House, Hastings Street.
Cottage, Wilder Avenue 45
Cottage, Manoa (three months) 50
Tantalus Residence of Qenerat Davis,
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd!,
8EC0ND FLOOR, JUDD BUILDING
All Organizations con
templating taking part
Fourth of July
will please notify De-
,,4-it- flvn-rtA TWoi-oViol
jfciu.l..y uxooiu. miuautti
Norman a. Courtney or
such fact as soon as
Address all communications
Deputy Grand Marshal,
Norman B. Courtney,
Fourth of July Committee Head
Hawaiian Truit Co. Dldg 2nd Door
a. m. brown;
best of quality," said Mr Curtis this
morninir. "and I am verv safn In sav
Ing that our customers will soon havo
oiicrcu mem mo ncsi mat nns over
I been put on display In Honolulu.
Incidentally I havo secured new
nsslBtants for our Btoro wlio-I am
suro will ho appreciated by tho ladica
nf Honolulu. I havo engaged Mrs.
jllristol, for Ion ycnrB with tho White
.house in San rranclsco, to tako churgo
I of ono of our departments. This lady
is a most capable woman having been
In churgo of a depaitment with seven.
ty-llvo clerks under her direction. Mrs.
Ililslol will arrive on tho I.urllno of
the 26th. I picked her fiom imioni.'
ono bundled and twenty-four appli
"I havo also arranged for n Indy ill
tcctiesa from tho Madam Irona I'ar
lors of Now York City, who will dc-
voto her exclusive, attention to llttliii;
corsets, Sim comes dhect from head
uuarlers and knows all tho latest
Btyles, and will arrive somo tlmo next
"Wo Bhnll opon up a miigulllccut
outfit of summer dresses nnd all lines
of latest styles. I'art of tho goods nro
hcto and Iho remainder will soon nr
rlvo. Wo hnvo nlco goods and the
prices nro exceptionally low on nc-
count nf my good fortuno In buying
at n favorablo time.
"Among atl the cities I vlsjtoii tliu
two that bcomcd llvoly and prosperous
worn Vancouver and Portland, on the I
west const. In Now York tho mer
(hunts tiro complaining on ncommt ol
tho iinsensonahlo weather, Tho ox
(llcinctit of tho political campaign Is
nlsn having Its effect on business. This
enabled mo to secure bargains ol
which Honolulu and our island friends
will get tho bcnollt."
Mrs. Curtis accompanied her bus
band on tho trip ns far as Now York,
vlioro Bho remains visiting friends.
Her health la very much Improved.
Two Vessels at Kahulul.
Tho Ainorlcnu-Hnwallnn frclghtor
Virginian was taking on sugar at Ka
hulul. Tho AniorUan-Hnwnllati freighter
Virginian and tho American ship Wil
liam I I'ryo woio Inking on sugar nl
Iho port of Kahulul, Maul, nt the tlmo
ol departure of tho Inlor-lslnnd slenni
Cr C'laiidlno for Honolulu. Tho toast
er returned to Honolulu this morning
bringing u fair list of passongors, 20
cords wood, a quantity of empty hot.
tlen, 1G hogs anil 135 packages sun
iiiles. Purser Klbllng leports lino
weather on tliu entire trip,
t e i
Yon must get tho Bulletin t
get tlio Kcwi. '
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lines cemenlinfj done away with
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places for dust and dirt. ..
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