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nONOMILU STAK-nULLETlN. TIIUItSDAV, WW. 20, 1012..
"J;: Ifrgajrdlett of whei r nv "iVit!(liJwsKV
velt, lie mut iKf i-rediteil with amazing readiness
la which Is combined the Hawaii estab-! to- " I Kngtion fur mlvaJicred?
.. llxhed 1893, and the ictexino BULLETIN. establish- j tion, ami this platform fairly bristles with" pr&
: f12 " ' jwsals that will strike .thecctinou'iiian''a8:de:
Kirawe. in ouc panicuiar iiiai m suggroiiuius
UILEY- H.; ALLEN;, v. Editor forsocial and iuduatr'al betterment the Koose-
WALLACE H; FAUUINOTOX......;.... jVflt platform ha -one lnueh farther than any
Husiuess Manager .v, t advanced by a political .party further, m
; " deed, than legislation ran now follow. It eer-
IC59 ALAKEA 8TRLET- i!ti1v rtn tiir1itit! fi wnm5t M'.ll if till l1(kinflll(1ft
merchat STREET of the wage-earners and their rtvtleuess in
intnnv stntcx under the systems of exploitation
SUnsciiiillOX UATKS. j fltn; which thev have tons sufei-ed. 1; l&i
A dance at the following will show to what
extent the Koosevelt platform goy: . -
IIaIn OFFICES .
Tekpboi.e 2185 2256 .
..... .4 4 . .
LITT! tt lNTERVIf WS I
V DR. LiHUTCHIi4S0N--Sais of
building lots; arc. small affairs indi-i
vidually tut tney 'aggregate quite a!
large amount la a month.
SUPERINTENDENT POPE Our
teaching standard grows better every
year and; the efficiency of our in
structors' is increasing so rapidly that
in a few' years" our school system will
Tm"7o- - Tawng dermite acuon tovara ac-
vkiiuiU juctju ; quiring the property on- thts , water
of the bark Nuuanu will speak tomor- front ncw used by the luter-lslanl
tow evening at Cogke Hall under the conrany as a "marine railav. the
auspice? ;of the Epiphany Mission 6 tcaid of harbor commissioners yes- 4
Kaimukl.. He has promised to have a teniay afterncon paeia tormal re4
tewtock of sea tales and it is as. clution indorsing a request to the
sured that no one atiendlng will be Legislature for an apyopriation fox ,
disappointed. the uurpese. The resolution says: i
INcl-ECTOR GIBSON . If a' few Resolved: That it is the sense cf
tuore publlo officials visit the islands, the Beard of Harbor Commissioners ;
It may assist tn dispelling the I!lu. that it is necessary to the Interests .
sion prevalent. In the state to a con-,0f the Port of Honolulu, anJ the Ter
siderable extent that the people of Ha- ritory of Hawaii, to secure to the
wail spend their, time running around; Territory the "fee" of the property
drcBsed in grass, skirts carrying a now under lease from the Bishop Es-
war-club in one hand and a bowl ofitate to the Territory cf Hawaii; and
1 oiSiXS tn.r . V ' subleased- to the Irtier-Island Stccuu
. B RON O. CLAKK -It is chiefly the ; Navigation Ltd. and used for the
krng spell ;of dry father that ac-1 puri0se of a Marin? Railway.? L
counts for the absencer mosquitoes. ; And it is further resolved that the V
n the rough Jands outside of town foTth-oming Legislature be 'requested
there am crevices and pockets in theto raV(? Kpecia! -appropriation tc
rocks whicfi will breed monitors ar-:.over j he cost cf this property, ang
ler .rains Unless some narasfteMo 1 . -.u. t
..V, " V; gi y.i DAILYSTAR-CULLEIIN
Ver Quarter.; anywhere la, United suieii
Per Year, anywhere in United teuts ...
Per year, potro!veign;. t . . ; ...........
c SEMWEEKLV -TAfURt f ;.i .fcfri m
rer Six Months i.... V.; 4i.iV .. ..........$ lxj
er,i Yewy anywhere in United States " 2.00
1 er Year, anywhere in, Cicada ... zoo
Per Year, postpaid. forein ....... ..........
vAUGlIST 29. 1912
II jnUTvr, amid th noun of tvrixoitj cahr, lib
" ndile Of ilhtutxViJ j V to maintain si
v - ' ' ' ' :v, : ; ;," ( , Z. The1" prohibition of cMld
A WELCOME FORI MR. ; KNOX
nchieycjuen tf H vriaiy: of Htat Kuiix : is iWum " ' - r
harly .welcoiio UwaJi, : ThiJ5 territory ;rtH?ts
him utilise iweeieiaiy of -stale imd tliepitii
dcnt V i Jh IdiainKitian, Jie iiuiy learn tr Hawaii s
prohlenis and neuK The distautt of the,Herri:
tt,ry fiviii Washington inakt U'iticuiarlv:;dei
Mrable that Uiu ieadoW; Hj'the, aJmiuistratiwi Ijc
able Kbiiieliiiies to make personal visits hem :
- BciTCtary Knox has given a new nuuiiiufto'
tl f pi oiriaey,: and h Is ach le veiiion' tHiiu ) tli is i-esjiiect
a ie of j I in met! iat t; i uteres t !to Hawaii: V His ro-
i:e u t pan-Aii:encan ttnrr) Jnuittbthe hot ice of i
tlii world' t lie irpubl ics to the nouth 'ttpoh who?;
t nul e ' in uch j 6l r; Aiiierieay I prosperity. ' - depends,
and in th is pnwirH t Hawaii - will have a;large
. 1 1) a re, f)ec;ially affer . the open;inilof : Ihe : Pln
The supreme duty of the nation Is the; conserva
tion of human resources through an enlarged meas
ure of social and industrial Justice. .Wo pledge our
selves to work unceasingly In state and nation for:
"Effective legislation looking to tb preventioii of
industrial accidents, occupational diseases;overwork.
involuntary employment arid other' injurious effects
incident to modern industry-- : : '
The fixing of minimum safety and health stand
ards for the various occupations, and the exercise of
the public authority cn (state, and nation, including
the federal control ov r interstate commprce and the
, - Minimum wage siauaarus lor woraing women:
to provide n. 'living wage-in all industnal occupa
tions.. ' ' ' ..x r. , ',.
f 'The general prohibition of night work for women
and tbo establishment cf an eight-hour day , for
women and. young p rrbohs
One day's Vest In sevenfor all wage workers.
I'he cIghtbour -day la continuous 24-hour indutv';
4 , Iriei. .,.?.,: , . i . ,. r, ;. :. .. t.-?. ; . , ,v . .i-v
"The abolition of the.convjct contract' labor sys- ,
tenit substityti'ng a. system of prison, production for
governmc intal consumption, only; and the ppplica. :
gticm f.;rrisonersSearnIngs,to the support cf iheir
, i-uoiiciry as to toe wages, hours and conditions
of labor; full reports , on Industrial accidents ?and j
diseases nd tte opening" for. public insrectlo'n of all
tallies; weights;' measures, and check systems 'on la-'
prey on ticm be found, 1 am afraid
rcako xt his t land ? aratable for wharf ,
"s'uehot her : purpose's t bat t hf I Iar-:r
r CommssJoners may :j eonsider!to-
the total extermination of - tho pet 1
will he irapoEsible. '
, DR, E. M II tJTCHINSON -Tlurc Is
growfi rf tue -Kaiinuki residence sec- i ,n 11 e VPJtof Jlonolulu 4;:;
1 brr tmm88Joners may 2
i the best interests of tbe'shlppiii;
, H T , , ... f .r . 1: !t n 1 , 1 li i?Tijrii ajn i- - f 1 . i 1 IT nn iit "
'4 t ,1
A nevvj assortment
usually attiactive : pat
terns in solid gold CauiJ
jeweled designs ready for
Krvnnrl the, Hill (raft trv. ' . ' . . - - ,
w&rl Waiaiae the Bishop Estate has - OLA A AN D PI ME APPLE
tome fine land now under lease toj RFRITFR ADVANCES
OnT' ofaigang of v" hnrslaTahtlfaf Stzv. n c J
1 cracked the postofflcei safe al-Hiatc ethers escaped; with a larsc u-::
Indi was killed by the dcor of tie lo! plunder. ;. ..
posite Fourth avenue would make a
, Oaliu " kept" golnsr fter ryestqrday's
splendid Tcsldpnce tract, and might ' ituLZ "XV 1trho
AAn ku', .i..m. ts. board to the amount of .117 shares
roMTr IL unchanged: at.27J5,one block of $2,
WdJW-s h- ; rshars.Wof 23.and one oe:ia beb
1 LflidlilrlLl I ILrO
false iiiovo would have been 'disastrous to. the in
Im'-sts tf the ITn ited Statt, bain; net las record,
;is a pratliMiUplolitati'iKli; ln:Um"irs. of Auk&vJ
Hawaii county ItervelCfoHuna
i m vtary ' Knox 'ahti his party; cn" their way to
the Orient as Well as xm their return Heres tfi
Ik tter aetuaiutaiiee::
cr fourreaqst women in the world toda v, into I kichard quinn is among those
tlio 7?Uv if .niW -r;t, v , , booked for Hawaii md Maul ports ixtt
tU-KfMt.- was askedithe steamer Claudine; Which isto sail'
jrtu.Bau-uaa jnuorsea uooseveit. anu her answerrIor regular ports tomorrow evening
tdidate who has; adequately recognized the tin
happcxudiiibns)f vexty-stricken :wbmc;and
children ; in American industry, - the only inan
who" is jnvpiiigineasure to relieve their dis-
f.I3. KNOX'S OPPQRTDNin
Secretary Knox's present visit; t Uie Orient
iCfcwms ycll tiuderstood; liiay htiyc inqre siifi
canee than a mark .of rej?et to Japaii and htr
mility eniperor, wiiose funeral te goe
Tlib rceeiit eonsunini atiOn of the Uusso-Japanese
pact, under vh()se tenns tlie two nation have
; v.nxxl to pn?( f In, iharniony witli rpe-tq
China and her outlying ptssesHnsumcluifiaj
aiitf y MongoHa invohf he::tTuiU Htates
t In oughUitcir Yarn's 'gwwing.trade
' ani; whHe rtpwting the
upon .the "open tloor- pol wy?f:::R
Ht ooilst f roia Ht Peteniburgl where lhiViewa
x of the pact first
1 1 mat ion tha tf Hussiii iind Japa it intend, to ex:
elude other nations fnmaiiy Toiu the ttrol
if Mongolia" mid Mauchun
. over joiutiy the dtvelo juiieiit Vf (liest? two coin
jTcrcial empin Jtist ln fiir this understand
ing rt'achtni ami diow deeply it -involves Ameri
can jiitvivstt, : is Honiethin: that M r. Knox may
be itble Td'iearnVat fiwthaiid,-The admiiiistra-
It was this i)roik)sal of IpiTisbitioii. fnv i-iiiM
anu wouien-workei-s that bi-ouirht '.Taiie iAdibiiiiK planning a yislt to Hilo
iClKirieu.sum, - inn Bumto. w wjm
wero. sold between beards unchanged
a'6.875 but at today's session a block
of 100 broueht .7. ?Onomea' holds Its
own at 50.75; for ; 10 shares, in- recess.!
; Pineapple brought the' previous' sale
COL. SAM JOHNSQN is returning ( quotation of 44.25 for 1 shares je
ta fiAWAirf in thrf xiaiina Koa. to pai ported, but went a quarter point bet-
tior tae'Ljg Island Saturday afternoon, ter on the bcaH for 18 sharei. Urew
with the de-. tween sessions. ? ur Donis. 51 J.'jwf,:
auna Kea 1 Hawai'an Irrl?atlon sixes at lui ana
, ! 53000 Olaa sixes at D7.50 r were j re
ported. , f :V;..:.
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SUGGESTS BISHOP TRS. :
ROYAL. D. MEADrenrescntine the I nCUUUt UUlVimiooiuiio
Hawaiian sugar planteTs'tebor bureau I ' ' '.;v : -.- - 'rv
departs . f or ManiW ih' 'the-?. S. 'Man- i Acting Ks master on the twenty-sev-
chnria this eyehing.' o
DONALD ; KhiNT. and John H.
French, two Inter-Island steamship
men, are sailing for China in the Man
churia this evening. k They may , de-
enth annual accounting of the trustees
of the: estate - of Eernice P,; Bishop;
John Marcallino this morning filed, a ;
report In Judge Whitney's rcourt rec;:
ommending .that the-trustees ,ho sur.-.
vt'Vtiif iV nof for the suspicion Uiat HooseVtlt's
Dromises will not .be followed hv nprfonnntu-i'1
L.vi " 11 1 ; -v 7 T.TyTTy- churia this' -evening lithidestti
S?1A;0UW le given him forthe pro- as Manila. ; enatortfFalrchild
clde to remain at Shanghai or Horg- i charged, with $711,43, this amount be-
kong.-' '.':,'' ' -v.o',' . ; ingrtbe'commission'vchargedfcy th?
SENATOR G.. H. FAIRCHILD is de- j trustees, fon taxes refunded Ho. them
parting in the PacificiMail liner Man-
Ifol' ftnrtMttft t on InVDstlMttftn
Their ii?i)ortanee; however, lies ,iii, the fact that j Cf .; the possibiiiUes offered -in. the
alasi social of
er inenibers f - the t wageearning elass is, recog;
liizt as a Isoieiuii fduty to be carried out through
No .better evidence" of tlie sincerity-;jwith
wh ici the fight is" being 'waged ajinst 31aren w
Darrdv can.be fund thaii,the;insikent tf the
prtTution thaf the Mc
trial cii the s(cond count of tli(? lndictnnt
against hiim i The jury failed to. convict him gf
piltycom the attempted bribery ; of
Venirtmau-Lockwootl, but lie inust now; prove
his, innocence f of 4 thejeharge :of ' bribing Juror
Hobe'rt: R Baitfi it is safe to say tuat in the
eyesof hiheput cf ten inen Harrow is alreadv
convicted,2 be the final legal verdict what it may.
' ' '-t-; -r;-: . ; ' - '
. ; MY- country, 'tis of ME,
, ; BulwarkSbf Liberty,
;,v.jii'.Of MBiI; sing.' v
; r Land where . MY father .died,
' I am thy joy and pride,
; Froja every mountain side
.Let MY name ring.
Let lausTc'iiUUhe. breeze
And- sihg Mr 'policies ,
Frqni;sun, to sun. .
iIove thy 'jrocks and rills, '
Thy woods and templed hills;
Move that Job . of Bill's
case" 'Wlll' he. carried ' hp I to thfirsu-
prcme court ; for a ruling. The '" re
ceipts of the trustees for "te last year
are shown to be $275,094.72 and dis
bursements $257,642.31. -
CARDINAL GIBBONS SHARES!
T; R,'S OPINIONS ON
. . .. - .-1 1 .4-: : r. ' is.- . ; . t
tion andM r. Kiiox as the secretary of state an'
i-eiM)rtHl icfalce an extremely lilerai T4ev of the
HusstIapanlse ajlianee and vto ize j' ully
It tie speciar interests otlhxiie
l)OiuJmost in the; iKdicof )
f11"1 aui iiiirgiug the opn door'
n)r-6inmerce, aiul he is not likely to change at-
SOTJTHAMPTON,' R. L, "Aug. 10.
Colonel Roosevelt's opinions of race
suicide'received full indorrem?nt 'True:
Cardinal Gibbons "in an interview
which the. venerable- prelate gave out
here- Cardinal Gibbons Is' spending
his vacation tin ' Southampton, as the
guest of Rev. Franri3 J. O'Hara.
"I admire .Colonel;' Roosevelt very
much for; his5 rtand r gainst race tul
cfde, along with some of his "other
principles," said the cardinal. "I con
ram rape Kiiiridn tn th murder of the
AT COSTLY LUNCHEON Innocents bv'KinS Herod. V u
TALK OF ECONOMY Tt i a violation of the laws of na-
Vr,,,Vlr .r v .i lms I tiira and defeats the ends aad alms
yNKWlYORK. N. ., Aug. 2-hig.t f divne Prov,denre. - '
men and eight women assembled for . ia hl,f ln -TV(,
luncheon at. Sherry's today, and, while n&tnnl law. of which this is a viola
. they disposed of delicacies for which, t. , nn do this witn !m-
a check Xor $160 was rendered, they pi;njty . . - ? . .ft Z
solemnly" sighed and remarked to each "Trie churcVt attitude on this ques
bther eVTBe highcost of. riving is,be-ttion jg proclaim the necessary laws
coming dreadful; wfc must do some-. for ;theieg;timato propogation of ' tij
thing . to check the Advance in food ; human,faml!y. - W
pricbs.". . " , -J 1 j "Kveryi nitlon r.at"haai and sens?
. The luncheon set'Mrs. Elmer' Black 0f loyalty and ptriotim whatever. i
back $10 per pfrson. ' Mrs. Black is' desirous of peeing Its children v in
bo earnestly aad enthusiastically ln-crease in numbers. It ir bad enough
' terested in the high cost of living , tc see a nation's sons depleted ,by the
Tantalus 'j s ". '..v . -
Pacific H5iflhts .
Nuuanu Street ...V.., ... ..
Kaimuki -. . .'V. . . v;'. T .' , ' . .VI "i ..' ;$40.CO 1 )
-Paldlo Valley Road ; . . . a .'i; , ' ..... 4'J.C )
' Manoa Heights
Klnau Street vv:r.k;
? "t j v ? .'
Wilder Avtnue ,,
.. ... ... . . ' !
-s ma r "
-i! . . . 4 ....... ijt . .... ww.J
(ina oirccv .. .... .. ..
I Lane,' .''.; Vr.'.:. ....'.... '. ,$13.C0 .-3
La no ... - .. ,
1 r 1
j 1 4,-.-
It Js with regret that the people of Hawaii
Kiy gcKHlby to Geoige H. Fairchild, who goes out
on the Manchuria to tae up his ierimuient res
idents In tlie Philippines. A man of keen busi
ness acumen, he has been a pi-omineut figure in
the . eomnrercial progress of the islands. For
many years he has been politically "prominent.
and his Wprk 111 the territorial legislature wasjprob,emf and go terribly alarmed overifierce ravages of waf, but it is muc
not alone for his county, Kauai, but for the
One of the, first fruits of he Panama canal
bill has been the cancellation of the Pacific
Mail's order for four new liners. Yet the canaj
bill was passed by Congressmen shouting patri
otically that they meant to encourage American
- t .
The San Francisco palters "discovered" tle
usual -Japanese spies during the recent war ma
neuvers there. Local guardsmen now in camp'
at Moanalua should beware.
now; Jl '
'Serivtr Knox's ad vanml ideas 011 the mod
) t'ruization of the Far East have made his visit
, lisf now' of 'gnVitriiiiportance. Of '.eimrw the
eommnrial signif icaiictv of his visit will not be
emphasized. First of all, he goes out to convey
to the iKvpte of ''Japan the grief of his own conn
; try r at the deatli of their mighty ruler. There
is ho reason.lioweyer, Tvhy this duty should pre-1 The main trouble with the county Democratic
' rlnde i'hisr taking ' advantage of the opportunity toj ticket . proposetl is that it isn't a ticket, but i
transact diplomatic liusiness of inteniational im-Jsnggestiou, and already both of the warring fac
jwrtinee in the straight for wanl way by which t ions are jin it.
Mr- Knox has won the respect and esteem of the
It very rude of Roosevelt to disturb Vice
President Sherman's summer golf arrangements
by insisting that he'shall testify concerning cam-
world am Uie confidence of th. administration.
: S m HUMANE LE01SUT10N
(il Roosevelt's happy political faculty ofj
r:;; n hni tlir neonle want and declaring he'
President L. Tenuey Pwk gets home just in
11 get it f of)hem was nerer better illustrated ti plunge into the Rapid Transit paving
:n iriliis iiew Prognssive
the cost of things to eat that she is j nrore melancholy to cortempiate a na-
perfectly willing to spend $160 to eu-ltion voluntarily destroying Its own
tertain fifteen persons at-a lunchenr j progeny"
in the hope that some really clever, Cardinal Gibbons excused himself
person, don't you know, will hit upon j when he was asked regarding politic:
an, idea that will lessen the cost of conditions In America.
and, "I hope the Lord will send
natp d fois eras, terrauin soup
December strawberries. i President after his own hear-,"
Mrs. George Kerr is quite as deeply' bis only reply:
interested. Mrs. Kerr is organizing at
"Woman's Progressive Economical Most young men expect a wife to
Club." the obiect ob which is to give! be a valet and a tailor; and m'jst
theeef trvst and the creamerv but-1 young women expect a husband 10 be
tr trW r sham slao rieht on the i a carpenter, a plumber and a national
Enables us to be
strongest and least expensive way
in a position to repair your jewelry In the ntatrst,
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Those who have tried u$ kr: .v it
..r,: . The Popular Jevelerc,
113 Hotel Strc2t
ANAPUNI -STREFT 2-Bedrcom Houe
ANAPUNI . STREET-r2-Bedroom Cottage
BERETANtA STBEET Building Lot. 2.7 Acres
HARBOTTLE LANE 2-Bedroom Cottage
KAIMUKI-Mcdem 4-Bedroom Hous
KAlMUKtKew 2-Bedroom Cottage, furnished . .
KING 'STREET New 2-Bedroom Cottage
PIIKOX STREET 3-Bedroom House
pqUNUI Residence Lot, 30,000 sq. ft
TANTALUS Lot fcr Country Home
WAIALAE TRACTSeveral Choice Lots
YOUNG STREET Residence Lot. 12,981 sq. ft.
K1NAU. STREET 3-Bedroom Furnished House
MAK'KI STREET 2-Bedroom Cottage, furnished
I TANTALUS Country Home ..
YOUNG ' STREET 2-Bedrcom Cottage
MAKIK1 STREET 3-Bedroom House
GUARDIAN TRUST CO, Ltd.,
FLOOR, UUDO BUILDING
198 fed 0 by
15C y feel m rensacdaee Strl.
. 2 cotiaw
prop? is centrally
town; not too far from thz
In the fashion-
Henry Waterhouse IVtist Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREETS :