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if :fa a.-: l SEPT. 10, 1912. : v. . ; ;w yc.r:;: uwv .
;lA,..,;...,,.iymlM: d VIC CONVENTION AT HILO ; r Tl) R- m- : . --li 1
fcW - r , " - miUKlJoint Committee of Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' - -nSr : aJ"i
HEPTEf BER" 10, J 91. nt j) iti( eommissioDy i t may have Ikmi forgotten
,. . ., ;. ... ; "r- , :tt: I that at the liist nesKion of the legislature a bill
L,arnc8tncsg is tie bdst aift of mental nrnrtr whk intnwii
; flfwi deficiency of. hiartU the atUM ofiaatU ni eountv Iwrnrils what amount to nuhlic utiliW
Mgf cr occo m ttf flF (ra f Bui wer.
Joint Committee of Chamber of Commerce and Merchants'
Association Make AH Arrangements" for Trip Letter
flrges Members to Join Pa rty on Excursion
IN THE GOVERNOR'S FAVOR
I Three distinct points in 'Gov. Frear'fi A vor
. were brought out during this inorningV hearing
before Secretary Fisher, r ft" ;
1. It w'jw testified Uv Land Agenf W. Q. Af-
: kca that homesteads opened on Mauijaad chich;
afterward proved unsuccessful, wrc'.openetl
f; jfipainst the judgment of Mr.:Aiken, atd that,4his
opening was prior to Governor Frears adminis-
2. It was testif ieV by Richard Iters that to
tlie best of his knowledgeo homesteaus opened
during Gov.- Frear's adniinistration; have been
&ol& or leased by.;'thbljomtra4ers; iri;Votliei;
words, tfiat in this respect the homesfeading "has
b ri bona fide and "the homesteaders able to
' work their lands. v,-..-' r j'-;' '
r 3. ' When tlie question was raised as to the
- lstory of the present discretionary : powers giv
en tlie governor on homesteading Application
and operation,. it was sliown that Gov; Frear sul)
nitted t he problem to the House coramiitee on
rrritbrics' at Va&hington, and tluit tlip land
;t,s in this respect were decided upon Jby the
House committee, with the approval of tlje dele
pite a that time. v
The bearing of these three points is this : They
arc in direct contradiction to the delratfe's com
plaint that the governor is to be blamed for the
, workings and non-workings of tr resent Jand
laws and for the effectA-and lacjr of effect-rQf
the present land laws.
The' new line-up of the Hawaii rromwtion
Committee, gives promise of activity Jand good
jik! incnt Witlit Z. lu Jlycrs as c! urman, and
Albert Watcrlioilse, B. von Damn . II. L' Hep
Iuin7 John T.UWarren and "Sec: !ary H. '.p.
AVood, the promotion; iT)r; rhouL go steadily
, forward during the coining jear. No year; in
the history .of this committee, will 1 more.im
portant, for it is the year of prepa ..tion. for the
great exposition at Sail Francisco and a floo'd
tide of. tourist traffic Is 1cTl)e "divc.;ed this way.
While the political.. parties-of :tlii8". territory
are making up their)JatfQrinr they, should
' frame a strong plank calling for jorous finan:
cial support of the committee by -ie territorial
' legislature.,;';'.';;' ' : :f
The retiring members of the amittee have
done excellent work. ;W; H. Me! eray and W.
II. Hoogs have been tireless and .tive, and the
committee's course has been dan awns and. ef-fecth-e,'
" .. ';r jl..' J .;,'':
It would be jnterrating to know just what ap
pointments Mr.1 Carter had - in mind when, he
speaks ef the administration's failure to support
the governor. He was on the rerge of. telling
yesterday but the fatal words did not out
Ex-Governor! Carter seems to think he was a
Captain Johnson;: commanding the
good, deal closer to the national administration transiently Jn v this Pott reports 'that
uiau is uov. r rear, xnere is no uouot ne was in n wianwiiu. uuwe iue
Ti-t-iAi iix-L V v l Fort Kttger in good style. ; Many oi
Bull Moose leaders in Illinois sav that the
votes of women.
. he coa:;ce gf "Arir:: .ig": ; .
; Secretary Fisher yesterday p:S his finger on
one of the several weak points I i Delegate Ku
hlo's case I when he questioned At jrney Ashford,
the delegate's spokesman, in a effort to- find
out how Kuhio would assure tit Aking of h(mev
stead lands by American ; imr .'JTOhte - in case
tliere should be put into f feet systeiii of cut
: ting up 'large areas of goverr at land into
holdings of forty, fifty or a hm fea acres, v ?
- He put his finger on another ) jeak point when
he asked Ashford if with ; onlVOOO acres of
government cane land available! jaough for some
700 families, it would : be pract 'able to cut the
lands noon the assumption tiiil of the 700 fam
ilies enough would be Amer)(p to guarantee
finv RiihRtiint nl advanre tnw "Ainencauii-
insrM this territory; ? i ' v 1
Gov. Carter declared himsefrpposeir to pull
ing down one industry mereJyja the chance of
establishing another, and proily Ashford and
Kuhio would not take issue wf him there. Yet
by what method does the delete propose-to as
sure - Americdriizing v the tilery?. . Simply
through -cutting; up large teft: of .lands into
smaller tracts?. Certainly adjnee publicity for
the goVemmenV homesteadfc .intention on
which Mr. Ashford seemkto
. x : inh imntit faith can be
'"Scr enlightenment at the .V-leRate
W( on thU bjt, for uh he has heen
WTO u . orJited with interest.
asked ior nmuiu -
- FOR A DTIUTIES GIvlMlOdlUN A few more U. S. railroads bothered by rex-
''. -r ''j;,.- : V !ican rebels and the Solid South is going to ex-
i " ' 9 &i miestion iised'during his in-! panav (
Apropos QrFfher, as to whether' ,
. hv Secretary f". m -k r.- vr:-- -
1 if fo" v public ; .vt'Mon TnoV to ihn "RobliVnn fold, rnirie!
('OnmiHSioil' powers, and that-the bill died an in-j arranged with Manager James
glorious death. Here in brief is its history:' . jnedy of the inter-island steam N
1- On Tuesday, March 7, 1911, the Hon. Ed Towse. of
OahuV introduced H. B. No. 134, entitled: An act to
authorize, empower and enable the board of super-
visors, or other legislative body, or any city and coun
t. y,or county, to require and obtain information and '
-4t& of and from any public service corporation, or
any company, partnership, firm or person' engaged
In the business of carrying passengers and freight
for hire, or engaged in the business of manufacturing
or genefa-tlng or developing and furnishing and sup
plying for sale, .use,; rental or distribution, water, Ice,
light, heat or power, or owning-or, controlling any
appliance or device for the sending, receiving, trans
niission, transfer, or exchange of messages and com.
- munications,' operating under any franchise involving
the'use of the public streets and highways, for use,
by way of rental or otherwise, of, or to, or by such
s city and county or county," or the Inhabitants thereof ;
"I to fix the rates and compensation f that shall be-:
" charged and collected by such publ lc service or pub- .
Jic utilities corporation, company partnership, firm
. j or person for the transportation of such passengers
and freight, or for. the use and consumption of the
water, light, : heat or power so furnished , and sup-"
plied, or for the use and rental of such appliance or
I device, or for- any service rendered in connection
.. therewith, and . prescribing penalties- for failure to J
comply with the terms and provisions of this act"
The joiitt committee of the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce and Mer-
I chants' Association has successfully
j neay oi me xnier-isiand steam isavj- j
gaiion uo. ior a round-trip rare or ?15 ;
to Hilo Tor visitors attending the
civic convention. v . ,
The Mauna Kea will carry the del
egates, leavings this city on Septem
ber 2o and arriving a ililo on the
morning of the 26th, the, $ate defi
nitely fixed, for the opening' or the
convention. The return will be made
oh the same steamer September 30,
arriving in Honolulu the morning of
TJie Hilo Board of Trade, headed
by Dr. H. B. Elliot, an untiring work
er, has appointed a number of com
mittees to look out for the comforts
and entertainment of the delegates
from the various civic and. commer
cial organizations. One of the fea
tures of. te week will be a banquet
in honor of ' the ' visitors, with the
members .of the HiloBoard of Trade
as hosts. . ". :
.! The joint committee having the Ho
nolulu . end of the convention In
charge - sent-, out the following letter
this morning to the individual, mem
bers of the Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce andIerchans" ' Assocla-tion:-
.-c- . v X..'
Dear .Slr:--The;Hito Board, of
Trade and the people of that city
erivect unward of 75 visitors, la-
25-31, for the first civic conven
tion the Territory has known.
This project ha? the unanimous
and most earnest support of the
Honolulu Cnamoer of Commerce
and the Merchants' Association,
which bodies have secured a
round-trip rate, of $15, with a
guarantee of not less thap. thirty
persons.; This is a small fee for
a fine trip on the S. S. Mauna.
Kea and a lot of sightseeing. -
A number of papers on matters
vital to the Territory will be read
by men who have studied their
Cooperation in this important
event is due Hilo to the fullest
measure, and every business con--cern
should, be represented bf
one or more members. 1 ':,
4 Book with Mr. H. P. Wood at
. the , Hawaii Promotion Committee
office by telephoneV personally
or with enclosed postal.
Further information will oe
supplletl by other letters 4and
through the press. Yours very
FRED L. WALDRON,
. A. GARTLEY, '
C. C VON HAM M, Mi
For Chamber of Commerce;
P. A. SWIFT,
G. F. BUSH, ' ...v-.-ED.
' .For Merchants' Association. ,
A delegation of Honolulu business
.men has already booked for the' trip.
dies ' ami ' gentlemen, September which assures a large representation.
This bill; whieli had the distinction of holdin
the house record for length of title, was referred
to the Judiciary wmmittee,: and the i following
extract fi-om the house -journal of ; Wednesday, mr.-and Mrs. c.t d. lufkin, oi
larcn zz, tens tfte rest of the storv: '
' Your Judiciary committee; to which was referred
,' House Bill No.: 134,: Introduced by Hon. Edward;
' Towse, beg 1 eave, to report as follows:
Your committee believe that if any body is to fix
rates' for public service corporations that It should '
be . a commission of experts properly qualified - for
f the purpose. Your committee therefore recommend.
that, this bill be tabled.'. Your committee also does',
. not approve of jthe practice of introducing bills into )
this House tfnless the introducer nas a oona fide in--'
tuition of .urging the passage of such bill; . .
v v C; Respectfully submitted, Alfred ii. Castle
i ; " y chairman Judiciary committee; .Win. J : "
f , V , Sheldon, E. A. C. Long, H. S:' Rlckard,:
Mr. Sheldon moved that the report of the commit-.
tee be adopted. Seconded by Iri Corfea. Mr. Towse
rose to a question ; of personal privilege, stating that '
the last portion of the committees report was a re--
flection. on him as itheVintrbducerbf said .bill; -and
moved that the report be referred back to the Judi
ciary committee. J The niotlon to recommit was set.l;
ended' by Mr. Watkins and lost. r. 0 TV,
: The-journa record,: too long - for full Tiuota
tion here, shows i that after MrTowse raised sev
eral points of ortler, appealing from the decision
of the chair, "the motion to adopt tlje commit-j
tee's report was Dut bv the chair and carried '
and House Bill No. 134 was tabled." J
; : Senator" Dolliter's famous characterization of
President Taft-as a large -body surrounded by
persons who know exactly, what they want evi
dently had: partial reference to his, cabinet Sec
retary Fisher knows exactly "whiit lie wants.
WsJlukti, will leave' for the Coast in,
the Wilhelmina 'tomorrow.: :
MR. ANDMRS'. LUFKIN are at the
Young Hotels where vthey will remain
until theA Wilhelmina ; sails j. for the
Coast ; V.w1.; '.i-iii :
ARTHUR BERG, who went to Ha
waii last week,-will' remain pn; the big
island several, weeks, m ;He : is ; Bishop
Insurance Agency Manager, eand ;: is
looking; over vhis firm's v -outside' busl
ness. ,;,v y ,p;,l: : s
MR. AND MRSV P. CVBEAMER of
Hilo. will sail- for the mainland bh the
Wilhelmina tomorrow. V flThey ': expect
to go as far East as .Chicago. ,, They
are contemplating 1 a vrorld : tour ih
the near futures v.-i':,; vjatiksf aj
. MISS HkllAutt SMITHS and.-Miss
Grace GUmora Are.-JStonpins at?. the
Young as guests of-Mr-f nd .Mrs. .Luf
kin. Miss Smith rwl? sail; with .? Mr.
and Mrs. : Lufkin, and , Miss. Gilmore
will remain for; several weeks as . the
guest of Dr. and Mrs.,C: B. Woodsy a
- ; E. D. TENNEY, will depart for the
Coast - in the : Wilhelmina tomorrow.
Ho has business interests ia. Calif or
nia that demand hisV aUenUon; Hch
nolulu Consolidated will ie one of the
considerations I bfthisvisl to' the
Li kes to f eel itha t ; his watch isu m:
Here you get the best watch re
gulating; and repair serviced ;
Our;; watchrn akers .are : thev best
e xperts obtainable in their lin e. ,
Leading Jewelers ,
' The Valley, school, corner of Nuu-iroom,
mn and Kuakini. -will onen on Mnn-! shouli
applications . for adralttaaca
anu and Kuakini, -will open on Mon- should be made today between 10 and
day. September, . Owing, to .lack jofM2 or 2 and 4 o'clock. ' ; - ' f
OX BEHALF 6pG0Y. FREAR.
' I V 1 ' Wailuku; Maui, Sept 3.,
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
: Sir:--I have heard things in the na
tive newspapers to show, a dislike for
Gov. Frear's acts, but if you please, al.
low me an'opportunity publicly to tell
something I know for him. Five years
ago,: I , remember, -he, was active in a
request tothe governor;' of California
to change the punishment of Edward
K. Manaset at , Folsoni state prison,
Sacramento, Cal., from, the gallows to
life imprisonment, : Therefore is Gov.
Frear good and charitably inclined to
ward the Hawaiian, people.
- Yours truly,
REV: H. MANASE.
y Oahu is again the chief performer
on the stock street, with 140 -shares,
"unchanged at 28 reported. ? Hawaiian ;
Commercial shows a drop of one point :
in a! sale of 25 shares at 43.50.: Ewa'
is . unchanged at 31.25 for a block ol ;
100 shares, and Onomea at 5J5JJ5 for
5 . shares, d McBryde was the only Bug ;
ar stojek sold on the. board,- 100 and:
5 ; shares r selling unchanged at , 6.5 0.
,Bondsyare represented by $5000 Hilo :
; Extension sixes .at 94.50 - and ,$5000
Olaa sixes at 97.50. :y,; -r
Dividends are announced as follows:)
, Wailuku.. $1.50. or $45,000: Hutchin-
"son, 20c. or $20,000 ; Paauhau, , 20c, '
or $20,000 total, $35,000.
RECEPTION GIVEN NEW
MAUI PASTOR AND WIFE
Special SUr-BuileUn Correspondence f !
; WAILIIKU. : Sept 10.-The ' people
of Makawao and ' Paia gave a delight-
f ul reception ; to Rev.- and v Mrs. A. '
Craig Bowdish last evening at the
home of Mrs. Amelia Beckwith Hair
at Hamakuapoko.;; In 'spite of the
threatening ' raint a large number of
people turned out,' so that Wrs.' llair'a
large drawing room and adjacent la
nai were full of people." y Alt parts of
central , Maul were represented,, and
several . families came ; from . the Pan-j
wela-Halku. homestead ;region, - ;
After the informal 3 reception was (
ever, ' a very . pleasant ry musical pro-.
gram was enjoyed: Miss Carrie E.J
Short- of Wailuku . opened , .with a
niano solo. Mr. Scott of Paia, who
is working on the Kahulul extension,
sang twice. : Mrs. '.Nicholl and Mr.
Hinkley followed with a duet Rev.
Mr. Short of Wailuku sang "When
the Cows Come Home," all these
vocal selections being heartily receiv
ed. ; Clarence G. Witte or Haiku gave
two of his delightful 'recitals.-; Mrs.
George Steele had not been heard In
public since ner return u warn. on
played once and sang once during the!
evening, : and was; greatly enjoyed.)
Mrs. Will J. Cooper ; and Miss Mills
each sang a sola Their work Is al
ways good. Miss Short In her admir
able way accompanied several times.
The program wa3 - much appreciated
by all, and encores were called for re
peatedly, y -
The . hostess of the evening asked
Rev. Mr. Dodge to say a few words
introducing Mr. and Mrs.' Bowdish.
He spoke 01 tne are on Maui as mat
he ' men had ": done no marching for
' vWAntod' rnfl-nnfnr the sieee l of . a big family, and said that the fani
frim win tfe ni'iM nn Thursday or ily heartily welcomed newcomers. Mr.
busy suffragists are mixing Tip their campaign ' Friday ot this week.' Meanwhile the Bowdish responded in aery happy
. ...... , & - . &. v ? ,TYimnrf u niTnTwt np-ar the Feld way in a speech that pleased every-
fnghtfullj. But they haven't yet repudiated the. Artiiienr jind is busy with the drills body. , The evening closed with deii-
preliminary, to actual firing.
cidus refreshments served by tne
ladies of the parish;
Wining -th( lritphPTi-oilcloth with . .,
Secretary Fisher quite evidentlv Tias no in-! skimmed milk will be found almost as White paint in a kitchen is boatbf
beneficial as treating the ciotn wim a sanuary auu jjicu;.
coat of varnish. The ' milk can be treated with two coats of varnish, so
wlped'dry in a "few minutes, but the that any grease can be washed off
varnish will not dry for several .days, each time the kitchen is cleaned.
tent ion of allowing slaps at the adminisf ration
to go unrebuked.
; : ;.y : -
Our idea of a quiet summer resort is a cross
between , Oyster Bay and Seagirt, with Beverly
for the week-end. - .
A French aviator has won the Bennett cup at
Chicago, but pshaw! Look what we did to 'em
COLLEGE H I tLS Several choice Building
Modern Bungalow, Lot. 15,000 sq. ft. .
' This talk of a public utilities commission is
likely to put ideas in the heads of territorial leg
PUNAHOU DISTRICT Young St.: Building Lot, 12,981 sq. ft.
Young St:f iHoiise and Lot. : 1 . ..... . ,
Makiki St.: Modern Bungalow ,
AnapunlSt.: 1-story Modern House
KAIMUKI Ocean View: Modern Home
Ocean View: Furnished Bungalow . .
Waialae Heights: Modern Home ..'
PALAMA Auld Lane: House and Lot ....
NUUANU Liliha St.: Seven Cottages
Puunui: Building Lot, 30,00,0 sq. ft. .
TANTALUS On Ridge: Fine Building Lot
GUARDIAN TRUST CO , Ltd.,
: I Tantalus r . i ... .
. Paclfio HdlQhts
y V JWahlawa i.
r Nuuanu street
Palolo Valley Road
c . Klnau Street
. .v, T ....V..... ....v.. . .V .Vi 40.C3
. ..... ; V, v . v, . ........ r . . ; . . . 1 C3X 3
; .Wilder Avenue ;
.r Alewal He iQhts ... .v. . ... ... . .. tt. . . . '
i King Street
JWe guarantee ; that. "1SC3 R. WAL
LACE," SILVER PLATE THAT HI-
SISTS WEAR, will give absoluU t-t.'v ;
rSX y"" y? ' " faction; and we agree to stand tsh hd.
S&'T- ' V; ? and replace every piece of gaodi btir .
vA f i ' : : . .y. . ' : ---'
. Ingsthe "1835.8. Wallace" traia-lnirx
; " ; that does not give saisfactory servlca
y ; Jn .any household. - ,
VIEIRA JEWELRY CO., LTD.,
The Pooular Jewelers -' . , . . 113 Hotel Street v f
i-f-y ;y ;. .
Mars iiii, Laciii-
Puts you in the home-owners class, wiir make;
you and your family happy. $26.oo t
per mouthJust like rent- takes care of prinv
cipa!, interest,, taxes, and ven insurance therev ; ;
after. For this small sum you may buy a
with all modern conveniences, v . ) , -" y r .
$400 d up
See our list of furnisned and unfurnished houses.
Henry WaterKbuse IVnst , Cb,
': ' r:.; . Limited, v ;;y ";;. ;
AND MERCHANT STREETS
FLOOR. JUDD nUILDING.yI