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Regardless of win tin r on- agrees with Roose-
L 111 tr.llst 1m irHlifi1 with :i mil 7.111" l:liliiiis
Ta which is combined the HAWAIIAN STAft. e.tab- ,to l!I HUfftion for advanml legisla-
liabed im.and the EVENING BITLLRTIN, establish- th.n, and this platfr.rm fairly bristle with pro-
! , posals that will strikr tin common man as di-
MEMBER associated I'RKss. si ruble. Ill one pari inihir--that of suggestions
IULEY.il. AU.KN..... .... .Alitor for s via! and indusliial Mterui. nt the Room-
WALLACE It. FaRRIXJJTON ;V' lIt finii has nic much further than any
...I.. .... Rtisim yUuitr vii advanced hy a poinh-al party, farther,, in-
deed, than legislation ran now follow. Itiseor
1IAIN OFFICES ... !(:. aLAKEa STRKET ,:it.
C RANCH OFFICE
DR. E. U HUTCHINSON Sales of;
building lots are Mnall affairs indi-'
viduahy, tut wry agiv iti.- u
large amount io a month.
SUPERINTENDENT roPE "Ourj
reaching standard grows bucr every
year and- he efficiency nt our in
structors is incieasing io rapidly t h t
in : f e wyjt ajs ou r c hool system will j
hi second .46 none. V !
PAUL-SUPER Captain .Insse:yn
MEKCIM NT STREEf of the Wil't'-C'IIIICIN
. ... . SV BMC Ui FT 1 0 RAJ KM
. j , DAILY BTAR-EUJXkTIN ,
Per Month, anywhere In UclUd States
Per Quarter, anywhere in United, states
Per Year, any wbere in United tat?a
Per, ear pot!Htiv foiin . . ;
' . ' 8EMt-VEEKLV ftTAK-UuLiJ-.TIN
Per SU, Months ........
Per'Vear, anywhere in United fUateh
Per Year, anywhere in t.ttLada
Per Year, postpaid, foreif n . : . . .
Taking definite f.r Ion .o. a a
cumins flu- jfrc-f.P! i r.ii ()- a r-
ncw usoJ by hier-lAJa:
lllldtT thr s-Ktnis of exploitation, napices of the Epiphany Mission of tcar( cf tarhjr nrr'."Jsionrs yes-
KaimuKL lie nas iJiomlsed t uai
ano HI' I' HMHn.mh.-is '"jrow evening at (K)ke Hah under the roIpn
. . i.vo!
. . 2.00 i
4. 0 I
AUGUST 29, 1912
ifroip whir!. thv have long snffonsl.
I A srlam-o at tiu' following will show to what
extent tin JJooseveit jdaifonn goes:
The iiiprerae duty of the nation is fie censerva.
tlon of human resources through an enlarged meas
ured social aid industria! justice. VV pledge our
KUes to woik unceasingly in statf and nation for: .
Eficclive iealslafion looking to the prevention of
Industrial accidents, occupational diseases, overwork.
Invclontary eajpioyme.it and other injurious "Vfects
Incident to modem industry.
;The fixing of minimun safety and heaith stand
ards for the- various occupations, and thee'xercl?e of
the public authority an state and nation, including
the federal control ov(r interstate commerce and the
, taxing power, to maintain such standards.
'r; 'The ptohlbltion of child labor: . -
"Minimum wage "standarda for working women,
to provide a 'living wage' in all industrial occupa
tions. ...... .
"The genera! prohibition of night work for women
and the establishment cf ' an eiglit.hour day for
women and young persons.
"One day's rest In feeien for all wage workers. 1
'The eight-hour day in continuous 24-hour indus
tries. . . : 1 ,
. The!.tolitien"of .-the convict contract labor sys
temubstituting a system of prison production for
govnernm htal :contumpiioH oniy; : and the replica.
tion or :rtlfcOLers' earnings to the support of their
? "Publicity, as to tfce wages, hours and conditions
of labor; full reports on industrial accidenls and
diseases and tie, opening for public inspection cf ail
tallies, weights; measures and check systems-on !a-
- l''r; miihl the xoiix of reason, ralor, lib-
a noble of nature.' fnrn crr'ati yif. T)umwtii.
A WELLOME FOR MR. KNOX
. ' ..' ..-.. .
liottt ; (it x)Xfieial pr wit ion and pcivonal j
rhtmnent, K x-i tiny, cf Statf Knox is piaH
liarwolcomo to Iiaaii. This torritoiy groetsi
him bt4flUW; ft Hirtavy :f state and the presi-j
dcnt'H ilghMiflud man, he uiav loan) of Hawaii's J
pi(1d( ins and lurilHfi'fho distame of tlie tenj
i fiihrraKlongU;i niakt it :pWicn!arly fc-J
sirahh1 i hii 1 1 lit i fciulv? ii it Iio H itn in tsl ia Mem
able Ro:rcihiwty t j
i ten tai-TKnox Ijitis given a ppw inpning to)
1 MiliTiiir. ; nrifl lita flf'Moiwrftnfo In ilitu wvstvvuI
niv,if; iniirumte;m Jt vas this propospl of hgislalion for eljild
tenia y afierncon naseJ a forma! r?v-
tew stock of sea taies and it is r.p. (,;,tion indrrs.nK a recuesf to the
sured that no one ut.eadi.ig will be Legislature for an a.iri-opriatlou tor
disappointed. mirpoe. The resolution says: '
INM ECTOR GIBSON - If a few Uesoived: That it Is the sense of
more public officials visit the islands, the Board of Harbor Commissioners
it may assist iu dispelling the i!iu. ifcat i j3 necessary to the interests
sion prevalent in the state-: to a ton- 0f the Port cf Honolulu, ani the Ter
siderable extent tsat the people of Ha- riiory cf Hawelf, to secure to ihp
waii spend their time running around Tenitcry the fee" of the property
dnssed in rass skirts carrying a row under lease from the BishoT Ks-
j war-c!ub in or.e hand and a Low! ot tae to thr? Territory cf Mavai, anJ
j poi in te otaer. subleased to the inrer-l3land Stra-u
BYRON O. CLARK It is chiefly the Naviga icn Cr, Ltd.. and used for the
leng spell cf dry weather that ac- puTp.me of a Ma-ine Railway. ;
counts for the absence or niosqiiitor s. Aru, x fs further resolved that' the.
In the rougn lands outEide of to.vn forth-con:lii Legls:ature be requested
tnere.are crevices and pockets in the 0 ,r,ake a speciaJ anpr0i)riation tc
rocks wwen will treed mosquitoes af- cnver ;be cost cf this property. , an i;
lnZ in8 ValSs?ome parasite to to oXeCute . the necessary work to1
R ? be;f?,u,nd' 'X afraixnake thisM&ad avalable for wharf,
Lm LeXteiKIfln4t,0n f t!le 1,681 or such other-purposes that the Har-:
will ber Impossible, 'cr Co trrr'ss'onera' m ay consider to'
DR. E. L, HUTCHINSON There is ! :.cr oaiF f .fT ,?,"l,.aer' 10 !
a U.T.Tmi ,v, ttie oesi interests ct me -snippus -to
a, good dcaI pt ' .raftfa'Etlll for the ; . h. nort.of n3nolu!ii . .
growtn or tie Kaimuxi residence sec-; J , -. - ' -.. ' i. One
tlon. Beyond the Palolo Hill tract to- - ,
w&M Walalae the BlEhon Estate bis OLAA AND PnEAPPLE
; ; : -i
A new assortment of un
usually attiactive pat
terns in solid gold and'
jeweled designs ready for
WICH MAN'S ;
Leading , J ewclers .
tome fine lp-ndnow under lease to
laul Isenterg. The Palolo slope op
posite Fourta avenup would make a
splendid residence tract, and might
readily be made aavilaLle fcy a spur
of the Kapid Transit Cc.'s line:
COL SAM ibiNSON' is returning
fto Lav. an n the Mauna Kea, to sail
: lor tae '.g Island Saturday afternoon.
Alltlnpltii f. E. THOMPSON ii
1 - -
Oahu kent gcin?; after ysterday's
beard to the amount of 117 share
unchanged at '27.73, one block of jS2
shares, one cf 2." and or.e of lt) bein?;
reported sold. Ten shares of; Olaa
werp sold bet wee:ibcard unchanged
at 6.S75, but at today's session a bfock
of 10ox brought 7. Onoraca hold3 Us
own at 59.75 for 15 shares in reces3.
Pr.app!e brouehf the previous sale
cito'aHn cf 44.2-" f -jr. shares re
ported, but went a quarte- noint bss"
er cn the br'd f." 1S sha Bre y
erv stays at 21.25 for 30 -'shat et b V
of a gang of burglars Uhat ' safe when the explosion occurred. The
cracked the 'postofflce safe at Howe, ethers escaped with a large lazajunt
Ind., ' was killed cy the dcor4 of the jot plunder.- K ; ' ; ' - V
pan-.rerlf-uii tmr. prfnglitti tlm. iioti w or, j:nd 6inen-workei that hnnight JtmeAddams t pUung. a- visit to hiio wita the. de- tween sessions. x.t ion's, sa.sn
Mfl;7Hlo ti.e;it of Hull H(Mise, one of the thm Jffiuw Mauna oiafxesof "re-
trado niiirh of Aniencas prwperi those ported. .
. l- . r 1 4Na U nfi It:' irl. XJniit ffM-lo i r 1 ' ' '
1 UMI k0
'V : ' : " V UIKS Aadains was asktU tLe steamer Ciaudihe which is to sail ' SUGGESTS BISHOP TPS.
' r v ,"S J.." ' 'T J ' " t ' " ' i .t 'i iim vM ivoosev
;i n u cauah Tli f irin and friontll j ttdations that
s ; i u i f f ?t rrt1- nnV h n n ' irt n t iVtn m ii1 . A 5 th t h f TVr 1 i .1
TVi'ef liiinn o imo f iitt1rrfipfia.AVn;il' L'AUi " i . ' ' Cburia this
r;;ivo hiovpriiId:lnire;li thl (nviv ,n!in! French, uwo
-. t f , . . a-. V -..-. . J; r ' . . . .- . 7 , ' "Z ;
1 1 rt yiTS.pi .UlPiluinwi jmuu, nav( set i.is.rtyiM-i uvtiol1g
a p'Kictical diplomathigh in .the list of Amer-
i can . ta twnKHj-fv" fiK 'i a-v
s iraraii countajjr ? grating
rtrretarrj Kiiox and , his parrr w their; waTto
" MR. : KN'OX'S OPRORTUMIt
eir, anrt tier answer fur pons Jeven.ng : - Rpnnp nnMMISSinNS
e!t?.? 'fne .only ' presidential .caa-j Hawaiian eugar planters' 1j bor bureau,
mauna in iuc u. uau- i . wwuj, -.. " . -- y
evening. - VEtn annual accounting of the trustees
KEN f and John H. s of the estate of tiemice P. Bishop,
Inter-Island steamship ! John Marcallino this morning filed a
ftjifiinEr fnr Phlna n the Man-! renart tn .tiulco Whitnev's' court-rec.
jnoposing niCiWUUM to relieve .their-diichurla this evening; i They may de-? ommending that the trustees' be ur-
r '-?fv -V: : cide. to remain at-Shaaghai or Horg-! charged with $711.43, this amount .be
v Wv Irv ",M u. iiir.BUfpiuMHi uiai iwNmt ii -SKNATOR Cli'H;EAlHCHILIls de-i trusteesr-otf.ta'xes rbfundeiT tdr
premises Will not be followed llV nerfomianee. Parting In the Pacific Mail liner Man-! ty lessees of he estate's property.
"i. -iir-i' ---'i: vn 1" ' i ' i "churia this evening, with destination i The trustees filed exceptions to
mnclinioit; credit WOnhl lC given him for the. pro- ns -Manila.", Senator Fairchiid will ; master s renort. and it is " likely
iffessiri1 tinehsni-eseinhodicHl in liin hlntfoii repretnt Hawaiian and mainland cap- caSf will be carried up to the
.- , - - . f ithi ti inn I'liiiiiiiri in mi i i vim mil i
nl ' . - ... .. . a .. .. . u . . I ll f.LB L'U II IIJI H. I U UICL. 1 iC 1 C-
l neir iinportanee, however, lies in tne tact tliat of the possibilities offered in tha i ceiDts of the trustees for te last year I
at last social and industrial iustice for the weak- ;uuppuies. Ior me cmuvanou Ul ; are hown t0 te ?275.094.72 and dis-
er ineiiibcrs'of : the wage-earning elass is rceog-
nixed a'ii solemn duty to 1m earrhHl out through i
1 bursemcnis $257,G42.31.
A ' K00SEVEXTIAN
MY country 'tis cf -MK,
Bulwark of Liberty,
Of .ME I sing.
Land where MY father died,
I am thy joy and prido,
From every mountain side
Let MY name ring.
; S(retarV KitK pnrs tjrjnl t" J1 ?
cance than a marlc 'of respect fvapnn; and her
( 7iinft and . tieritl jing -bMiions Manchuria
and Mongolia, '; involytitlie United States
tlironglirncle. Sainr6wHig trmleVaiulITnele
SnnV whiles nTcnVg Uie new part, will insist
upon ;tlie"pn doopiei'. i t '
RrnortVifran St ilM tfie news
of the rMU't H the' i n- convicted, be the final legal verdie t what it niay.
tiraaticn that Kussia ami Japan intend to ex- ; , - J'
i ffo.;: tney disposed
( iiHU'.oiui-r U.UIUW.1M11U i,uJ' yv- v ww w..uimf,ii i(mu iut m u iiunmi checkfdr $160 was rendered, they
of ilongnlia ahdManchuria, ;nn well as to takejRay gootlhy to Ueorge It; Fairehild, who goes out Soiemhly;sighed and reman
over joVhttThV take up his permanent rt- j other, !Tbe hjKhcof U
idence in the Philippines. A man of keen busi
ness acumen, he has been a prominent figure in
No , better - evidence of the sincerity with
.wliietfttiefightj' is being wagetl against Clarence
I)arrow can be found than the insistence of the
piop( cutjon that the. MeXamara attorney stand
trial; on the wcontt epunt of the indictment
against him; r Tie jury failed to convict him of
guilty Jwinplicitv in ; the attempted l)rilt'iy of
yenireinan . JckWootl, but he must 'ntfw prove
hisrinuocenc otlie charge of bribing Juror
Robert P. Bain, r: It is safe to say that in the AT C0STLYLUXrHE0,
crres of nine out of ten men, Harrow is already
' - : : ' ' '"'.i ' V i 1 jli -' ! i i.i. !!.;....
Let mus1chweltVthe breeze,
And, sing MY policies
From sun to sun.
I -love. thT rocks and rills,
Thy woods and temple! tills;
rloye that .Job of Bill s
TALK OF ECOXOMV
CARDINAL GIBBONS SHARES
I T. RS OPINIONS ON i
i l RACE SUICIDE !
i SOUTHAMPTON, R. I., Aug. 10.-j
Colonel Roorevelt's opinions of race :
suicide receWed full ind3rrem?At l rot;
. Cardinal Gibtcns in an interview j
which theJ.veneraWe prelite gave out j
here." Cardinal Git bons Is spending j
; his A aca.rion in Southampton, as tbe
; guest of. Rev, .Francis J. O'Hara. j
j "I admire Colonel Roosevelt very J
! much for his rtand against race tui-
i cide, along with come of his ot'ic
j princjples," said .the cardinal. "I cori
pare race, euicide to the murder of th
. innocents by Kiivg Herod.
"It is a violation of the lavs of na-
I. - .'
Tanatus ,........ . . ... ; ., . ,4(3.CO
' Kirau : Street .
Pacific Heights 1 . ; .
C c lies e H ills .... . . . ? .. . ".'?
Wahl.twa . ....... . w. ... ..... . ... . f ..
Nutianu ' Street . ...... . . .-. . v . . !.
Kalmuki . ........... . . . ........ .. Jv
Palto Vallev Roid ... i .... .' (. . ..
, ' .' . "
.,.-.... .: . t . .
' 1 . ." -! ;.- ; . .-''.'"
....... . v ' f ".
i-. . . .... . . ,- . , t
Wilder Avenue ' . .... ... .
Katfhi ', i .'. . ...... ..
King Street -i...'..-.;..
.v..-..'-. . V. .:...$2oxa $27.30 trsxo
. .-;:w'..v. ;.'.:.. -.'- $23.00 - 0X0
. i-.-; .'. 'r -. . .$20X3 . 33X3
- NEWjfORK, N. Y., Au?. 20 Eight
men ana..'eg'at women assembled for
luncheon' ?,t Sherry's today, and. while
thev disposed of delicacies for which
mercial pnrpires. ;;Just 'howfar this understand
; iri reaches anli how deeply it invbives Ameri-
! tare and defeats the ends and aims
of divine Providence.
I "A man is obliged to serve the
natural law, of which this is a viola
tion, and no one can do this wstn rm
nnnitv. . . ' . -
remarked to eacii Tr o hnrf V aHOitd nn thia mtP
ing 13 be- t?on la to nroelaim the necessary laW3
coming dreadf ut: -efjinust... do some- for tne legitimate propogatlon o.? the
thing to-onecK- ine a.qvacce iu iwu human family. . r . j
i iiu iniifiiMiiii vii i'.iiiit:i mt ti y-v iTrn it
. - ... -1 r- T" 'j. ii.'. Il 1 . ' "-"v""" - U! 1UJ
can inteittSv S somexiung max .-.Air. .ivijoa may me commercial progress 4i iue lsianus. rtir- back-$10' per person. Mrs. Black is degirous 0f reelng its children in-
l able.to learn at fir3t-hand. The administra-.many years he has been politically prominent.1 so earnestly and enthusiastically in- creaEe in nuraters. it ir bad enough
:'..??"-':. , -.,.v,:-.. a. ... --.. . . , ' t , . . . I . .Jterested rin the high cost of living tc see a nation's sons depleted by the
ticn and Mr. lvUOX as tne secreiarj' oi iau- arc,apa ins worK in xne lerruorou ngisiuiuiv i"', problem, and so terribly alarmed oyer fierce ravages of war, but It is muci
inot aione ior ins rouniv, lvmiai, om. ior nit iu uuin lawss w cn -.kioib uiewuiuuiji '"i"11
t ' it . .. if J 1?A . a . t a. I J .C I . n a ...
I pcneciiy wining io speuu f iov iu u lion voiuniaruy 'icsmiujuus it uwu.
.at has and sena4
r ' -w -
The lnncheon setIrs. Elmer Blacic ot- ioyalty and r-triotism whatever U
reported to take an extremely liberal View of. the.,
. . . - ' .- 3- ' ' -f ' ' . 1 -t ' . ' . - " m
Iaissc-Jajiiancse aiimner. aim itn:uj;ui,c
4ii BTMinl intfTPsts cf the two rations iii ilan-
I 11 V, ry " ,
rhiiria particularly, but Secretary Knox haj One c
Wn foWinost in the iKlicy of pi -serving tbe in-jjin. has
terity of Cbina and in urging the "opn door jMairH order for four new liners. Yet
for commerce, and he is not likev to change at-U was passcxl by Congressmen shout
The San Francisco pajHTs "discevemr' the
usual Japanese spies during the ivcerit war ma
Piyors there. Local guardsmen now in camp
at Moanalua should beware.
; v Secretary Knox's advancwl ideas on the mod-j shipping!
i rhization of the Far East have made his visit
jut now of great importance. Of. course the
; comm.ercial significance of his visit will not be
emphasized. First ."of all, he goe out to couvev
to tho people of Japan the jrrief of his own eoun
trv at. the death of their onightv ruler. There
isno rson Uiowovcr. why this . duty sho ild pre-1 The main trouble with the county Democratic
: elude his talcing advantage rf the opportunity to j ticket proposed is that it isn't a ticket, but v
tiiusat diplomatic business of international im lnirgtion, and already both of the warring fac
-' portanWjn rtbe straightf c -rwanl wav by which tions are jumping on it.
Mr. Knox haVjwon the riiKct and estc-m of the j
'world and the confidence of the administration. f9 very rude of Roosevelt to disturb Vice
President Sherman's summer golf anamrniK nt?
bv insisting that he shall testify concerning cam
tertaln fifteen pereors at a 'unco; progeny.
in the hope that Eome really clever Cardinal Gibbons excused Limseit
- nownn itimf' viiii lrnnur unll nit : whan ho WAS nstlTPfl rpeardlTlff OOlltllT
of the first fruits of the Panama eanal . that win i,,pn the cost of ronditions in America.
been the cancellation of the Pacific pate de fois gras, terrapin soup and "I hope the Lord will ssn'3 m a
December strawberries. President after nis own neai , vas
Mrs. George Kerrjs nv.ite deeply bTs only reply:
Interested. Mrs. Kerr U organizing a
"Woman's Progressive Economical Mcst ycung men expect a wife to
Ciub," the object ob which is to give te a valet and a tailor; and ;n';st
the beef "trust and the creamerv but- ycung "women expect a husband to be
ter trust a sharri slan right on the a carpenter, a plumber and a national
otically that they meant to encourage American
Enables us to bs jpositlon tirepaif v
rtronflest ahd least expensive way. Those Who have tried us know ft. :
't Vieira! Jewel
113 Hotel Street
' .' " '- ' - - - , , i ii r '
' '"" ' . .. . '
J. Roosevelt's hnopy political faculty of
Inir whnt the neople want' ana detMarinir lie President I. lennev
if fr-.v fiivvm Avnsf tipver bettf r llliwtmteil tinn to tdnnfn into" the Kapid
Vl'1V 1111 - --- - . f w ' w -mm r " :. 7
Mo Vot- Vrrn-i platform. i controversy; . 1 ': " . -v- . : . l r.
Pet'k set a home Mist iv
ANAPUNk STPEFT 2-Bedrcom Haue
ANAPUNi STREET 2-Bedroom Cottage
3ERETAWA STREET Euilding Lot 2.7 Acres
HAR BOTTLE LANE 2 Bedroom Cottage
KAIMUK' Modern 4-Bedroom House
KAIMUK'New 2-Bedroom Cottage, furnished . .
KING STREET New 2 Bf drocm Cott?ge
Pi'KOI STREET 3-Bed room Hcuse
PUUNU' Residence Lot, 30,000 sq. ft.
TANTALUS Let fcr Country Home
WAIALAE TRACT Several Choice Let
YOUNG STREET Residence Lot. 12 931 sq. ft.
KWAJ STREET 3-Bedro'om Furnished House
MAKlKi. STREET 2-Bedi-com Cottage, furnished
-ANTALUS-rCimtrv Home -j
YOUNG STREET 2-Bedrccm Cattaje r
MAK'KIi STREET 3-Bedrosm House
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
198 feet on
ISO feet on Pensacolaee Strt.
Two-story fouse, 2 cottages
large servants quarters
gatage. All rn first
' - -
This pierh isc cenbYi
located; not too far from
town ; not too far from the
beach; near to the schoolsf
and Punahou. In the fashionl
able center. 4 '
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS