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Talking at trcUooIi.dont 70U thlislCiveBOt 'tiden any holocausts In suctt
reader that the rrrirmtnt tai'- actcMesL11" There , fcare 'been naf row ' ds
4 -fooiHahJy 1 yutthiff loin money partes 'trom apbal!tns casualties. Oatiu
tnto -roeden -btrfMinfeafor -the-'Glris College - was the- latest" lo reotlve a
ludttstriat4 school ctt MonfiU'a By tte j warningless startling than .ft wonld
lime the bonds are payable ihe strnct j have been Jf tlie gir hi dormitory had
lated oT weather1 asfl Insects; IV adhlonand the tnxstees Jf that'Instftu -
weoa'irottgni xnai' ttawaw1 was lonsitioa nave wiseij reDuuc 01 coHcreie.iine qipiomauc game 01 ine great
Hit n -laiCTHing duituwcu uivue; uu.r. uiftca 11 iuu& .nurpe iui iac gviu
anytUiug(but durable.-iiot to say per went that this example should "hare
. raancBt, architecture This is the ago been fjouted by ff in the'jnattr-pf the
of .fcoitrete fjidv-steehv-' nd ' woodea
eonstructlon is regarded ; as fitting
aly border ,xlvill2aUoni,- v-1'
, Graver than the matter; of lasting
qwalUles of material in , respect of
'wcatlteriQg Is the oovsiderRttan of toe
fire risk invoh-ei? in wooden houses
for w Institution luat. . is to . be the
temporary home -of ; -girts4n; seml
Daries not' for .delinquents, here antf
elsewhere in. tae-islands.: fires, have
occurred and It Is -only a kind: provl"
dence that Is to bc,f banked that thefe!
Kc-Jfd Tori Lili&tobeThel&man ?
Vyrrhat the fifth, bwdca at I
have . s old", this forenoon an i $JoyuV t6e
t undre.ind fif Uetljt jV tor. th&. tnonth.
What In the Old Harry ia -up that-all
. these "women folks Want scales all of
- - suddcar soIDoquiied tte ertt-'ln
onev of. this dtya r ltiUtt cardware
' atorea. . v ; n ;:'
- "Say, thafa casy.T replied the "Home
8weethomeT whowaa standing close
T "Every I'odT'a ttoing If -Holng
whatr - qulxted : the hardwarematt.
WTry, weighing tee Men, of coareeUj 1
won't eyy any mere oil' that pot at, but
yLifc on Jli2
-lt has become the fad in, the states, was, he aseuredftheni'tbat: they could
for dclccattons o( : students :froia;jLhe '.Jot ;hhyo bowalongsWe a better land-
liferent factories and other IntUu- cjge,. al0Dgside the 'wharf, and the
tlonsr where labor of a" skilled iaature Captaia 'steered the bevy of loveliness
Is tel2r bcrformed 'f oe the tJurpose of toward the Me fighting machine. And
. getlleg tn Insight at first-hand .of Che from that time 'on" the broadside of
heels of ;lndttstry', while they1 are questions that they fired at the Cap-
whirling ;..ThIs fad hai tieen copied tain kept him Just about as comfort
here and-recently a delegation of. Ho-'abFe as a cat with somebody standing
nolulu'e fairest V school girts,; under. ' its tail' : '
. proper chapcronage took in a n ember; Of ' course, the Captain knew all
f'the; factories of, the' city; and then about man-o -wars, so they kept him
wandered to the ' waterfroht-' They busy trying to answer questions, and
could think-' of .no place Of a familiar he made the bravest kind of an at
ncture edong the Vfrohf7 except rtheCmpt, describing -. all the different
: Harbor Of flee, and they made for that, things they asked about, which sonae
Afttr'pecplng in at' the- window they times brought a smile to his face, but
made' bold enough to tackle a Customs he managed to "stand clear1 until one
watchman and asked him if that was 4 of the sweet things asked him to show
thtr Captain Inside the hjirbot. office, j her. a box. of starboard tacks, and
Ue to4d them that it was. and after when last seen he was trying to get
considerable giggling they went to the into I tho chest ' that the demurrage
:wbarf end doer' and .knocked Of money is-kept ia.
eourse the Captain was atl' confttd-t It might be well to state. In passing,
died fera few-tniHutesut Sifterthejr, that there are two captains in the har
told him what the object -of ttnlr-vteitbor office. - -
-VTle cverrastlag' truth ."Oae-half of
the -world does not know bow the oth
er half'! Ives, can- welt Vbe - balanced
with, Sacrlflces made and offered,'
This' latter was. made manifest re
cently In 'this city, and. it Is. probable
that very'-few: people knew of It. the
chances being: that the beneficiary of
the proposed sacrifice is ignorant of
its existence.-ft happened thus:
. The con troll ing Interest of a cer
tain business, in tnis city was pur
chased by' a rival firovyAs a .conse-j
qucnce, soirae of the employes of the
. . iirntilred store had.,to-go,. One of
these imployes; who. had risen to a
, position - that aavored ' of consult in
' manager, fully, expected that he. would
. , be one of the first la; be dropped in
the' new regime; But not so; ' he was
" retained,' not only"in the employ ef
5 ' i r the -firm but continued Itf .his Jjuper
' vtoorial capacity. -Fort convenience we
! fc wlll,refer to hinj sie:MV. X
;A7WJg . those, waalre, "let out"
?f''rV. -wa4 a man adnced In .years, a man
i :."; whose locks were vrqllfspilakled with
gray."'' ? ''':'
-Wen MrX heard of this he went
it to Ihe tnnnagr of the combine, and a
; CT toot -placer
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iviviuiaivi; ov wuiiiwb
A lesser but tuu a
pioce. of short-sightedness on the part
ot the goernment-or .isU'the iatU
of the legislature through' false econ
omy?--Is in making the fine new Po
hukalna schooihouse at Kakaako too
small for the atfen dance that showed
up at the opening of the very first
tem in the bunding. "Build for, the
future is a motto that governments'
should ever,' keep posted up before
1 wll tell you a story that comes di
rect frpnTa lady I know, who lives o
the firsl' street mauka 'of Kingi near
Pawaa- junction. - The piece of ice left
at this lady house - was never -within
foer to ten pounds of the weight' that
she was paying for, and one morning
recently ' she got hold of the" boy tha,t
brings the ice, and wanted to know
why it . was that, she never, got the
amount, of Ice 'she was charged ' wltfc
The boy hung 'his ' head ' and did not
answer.' ' ; -
t?That'8.one;of the reasons why you
are' selling so tokny hand-scales."
Mr. X "Rerardiue the discharge of i
Mr. , he Is a man who is getting I
well along in years, he has a wife and
a child.' Won't you please retain htm
In the service of the store and let me
Manager "Bui:, Mr. TC, you are a
married man, too. with a family of
Mr. X "Oh, that's all right. I'm
young. Ill . find another job or posi
tion, some place. Just retain him in
your employ and let me 'out, if that
will make the store force balance.
But the manager refused to see It
in that light, and the other, who had
been discharged, remained so.
It is rumored thai the condition of
Grand Duke Alexis, the crown prince
of Russia, as a result of his recent
accident, is very serious.
A city ordinance has gone into ef
fect a-Portland, Ore., obliging all
owners of buildings used as saiooiio
or lodging houses to have their name
in a prominent place on the frout of
the-building. It is believed that
cleaner conditions will result.
UmLs Mitchell, an aviator, while
u Jklnfe.tuifc m MwU4Kuu(M , Ala, u-ii
i-'Hi fv und was kilk-d.
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATUKDAY,
y F '' " - f - "'i 2 ' r " 'H . v
-x-sL J r .t xs-j ls'an yvr tv
7AR OF BALIlAN AtLItS AliAlil'ST HATED
Little - Stated Rise Up Against
uppression oi unoman
r ' Misrule-
The present "Balkan trouble," whl&
has turned the whole "Balkan ptniusnlt
from" tho Danube to the.Bpspborus in
tb armed cainpa eeec'aing with battle,
differs in' an important respect from
the periodic alarms of 'trouble in the
Batftan" of the last quarter of a cen
tury In that it is caused by'tne uprs-
ing of the Tittle States themselves that!
lbare hitherto been "merely pawns in '
Powers atid not bf the maneuvers of t
mcse powers ior lermonai ajrauui-;
temenf -!;'' " v : j
V Hitherto every thredtened trouble la
this innch troubled land has been View
ed with -a certain amount cf suspicion.
There has always been, the well found-:
ed belief that whatever happened In
the 'Balkans' was fomented by: one of
the; great'' Powers for its ' own ends.
The hand of Austria or of Russia wa
always ' seen behind every movement,
lnt. K.u. .1 I 4f :'mi4.
trary, entirely free 'rom 'thts old sns- The tSsrlin Treaty. '
plclon. :. , ' . : , j " The; Berlin treaty, signed July ' 13,
The Balkan' States, after' being Ion? 1S78, at the, close of the Russo-Turk-driven
in ! diplomatic harness,"- seem' iBh-'war, was the most notable and
suddenly to have taken the. bit In their probably th . most : carefully worked
fehrwhllefto he concerned jb;naore;0ui of all the attempts to adjust and
astonished than the same Powers who balance the' cbtLfJisting claims and in
hltherto have held the reins The5 Bal tereets ' in .tHet Ottoman- Empire. At
kan 'States have long bcn:a" pronils- J this, 'Ume 'TurkeV'S European possess
Ingr'fleld for' lmost - any One's 'errK kn,liadr dwindled' to less .than half
torial Ambitions, hut' the present mo- of whhiitheyihad teen at the height
meat is aot, so Europe believes, the j of nef glory. Greece had . secured its
psychological . one" for4 their further- freedom.' llunaxry. Part of Roumanla
went Jest; now - Europe' wants things,'
left as- they are. wants Turictsn xer-: ed from under her oontrot the Bul
rltory. left Inviolate. And that Is just Marians, Servians, Montenegrlne, Bos
what the Balkan States, aggressive nfans :and ;HersWovlnJanft had been
and Independent, have no intention of i5teroJt and were all demanding free-
dolng.-fV' " ' ' ' j dow ':!Austria-Hungary and Russia
,The Four. Allies. j
"The four little States which' have .
taken ; it on themselves to defy" the
Ottoman 'empire are 'Greece in' the
south; Bulgaria, Servia and Montene
gro, extending along the Balkan Moun
tains In an almost unbroken line from
the Black Sea to "the Adriatic. That
these four States should have form
ed a coalition as they now have Is
one- of the surprising features of
the whole affair Only a few years
ago most of the world had begun to
believe' that racial and national pre
judices which the Turks In Abdul
Harold's day had played upon so ef
fectually wouW make any approach
to ah understanding Impossible. That
they have reached this understanding
is due to the fact that teachers of
state-craft have been abroad in the
Balkans spreading and Impressing on
the people the theories, long ago for
mulated, of some of the wisest of Ser
Once Part of Ottoman Empire.
Each of these four States was once
part of the great Ottoman Empire
that at one time reached almost to
the gates of Vienna. Through their
own insistent struggles and finally
through the intervention of the Pow
ers they obtained thoir independence,
but the boundary lines that were
drawn to form these States were made
by diplomacy and the expediency of
tate-craft and in no case did they in- j
elude all ot tne people tnat Deionseu
to the different nationalities. The
States have thrived even under great
disadvantages, and today they de-
mand of Turkey that the same bles-
sings of independence they are them
selves enjoying shall be extended to
those of their own race who yet re
main under Ottoman rule.
This desire to benefit, their own
people in the Ottoman Empire and to
collect them into one racial body
for back of the alleged altruistic mo
tive must be considered the question
of the territorial acquisition of the
lands which they at present occupy
Is one of the chief factors in the Bal
kan question. This question, which
has for so many years been of deep
concern to every European chancell
ery, involves besides these four States
and Turkey, Austria-Hungary, Russia
and Great Britain. It is almost wholly
a question of race and religion and
the aspirations of the different king
doms for possession of their ancient
domains. Its most perplexing features
vrnhl have been settffi perhnps
y';tifc a$;r ,iad jt not bee. fcr inter
national jealousies. The -ealDusiys-"
grew, so far as the Powers themselves
were concerned, out of a desire to
gain possession for themselves, of the
n"s( valuable imrtri i tho ciuniMinP
, ... ,' .'. "
atlo parts of southern Russia had pass-
weta each making claims for the pro-
The exquisite flavor of these Teas is perfectly retained by being put up in very
attractive 1 Lb,, 1-2 Lb. and 1-4 Lb: Air-Tight Packages.
NOV. 2, 1912..
IUIIKS RESiT OF L01W.EST Au'l) 81
. .- v e-f rm irE?
MAP OF BALK..S AND TURKKY, S0V1X0 M EES
i:uujrBi im? ouruurc trLi:, 8iaie iuai wouiu ' De oouna u nf y peace and quiet to each of lthcse dl3
were the chief inhabitants cf the Bal--race, religion knd political necessities; turbed lands. -Everything has proved
kan peninsuTar and Great Britain on This Bulgaria was to include . most of. ineffectual.. Crete has been the great '
account ef her Indian .-posses8iona; Macedonia, with a 'seaport on the Ae- disturbing factor la the Internal pol
was zealously watching the control of -gcan and a; boundary ' that extended tjC8 of Greece, and the condition of
ther - Mediterranean' and" of Constant!- valmost !from Constantinople Xo Saton- Macedonia Is now put forward 'as the
nopIe,thich' was the' looked upon Icisw .' Thia-would, have madi Bulgaria reason: for tho threatened war:" -as
-the key- to the East r-; by, far the most powerful of' the Bat-4 -, But the Berlin treaty, with "all " Its :
EusiLT Designs FoIIedV ' kan states and would have given Rus-. elaborate provisions and its delicate
' Russia had fdtg - successful, war the predommating influence there., adjustments,, wad never . verjr sallsfoc
and was looking forj rich rewards. If . BuratUhe verr first sitting' of the tory to any of the powers coacerned.';
she really .bad .ambitions for the ac- t congress of Berlin, Prince Bismarck Certain, of " its ..articles ' which were
quisitiott 'of Constantinople.' whlch'had suggested that the ' 'question y of ' the open tcrthe charge of Vagueness were
been one of the preappoints 7 of Bus- greatest 'Importance was the '"delimit from the dlare- -.
slan diplomatic policy as laid down by tatkin and the; organization of : Bulga-" garded, and much of It was violated
Petet he-; Great, she, did not; attempt wra.'4Thus Russia was .compelled s to in ; spirit If not in letter-lot! before
to urge - them. - Instead through -r the . give up her grand designs and the new the notable day In 1908 when Austria
treaty of San Stefano, which she had .Bulgaria was restricted to the part of Hungary tore up the whole fine falrlc r
hoped to establish a great Bulgarian
CUICICU JUIU. Willi ' tullVVjr, . sue Ii4tu
"5 o'clock Tea"
OF IOXFLKT; ?
I I wmcj 1J'"5, utintcu iu inuuv uuu
'the Balkan mountains. It was also
Critical View; of Situation from
Standpoint of European
8pecincdl; that .'tho' .'territory. south 'of
the line, of " the Ha!kaas ' stotild re- -main
under' the authority of" the Sul-,
tan. , This was changed afterward so
as to permit the formaUoa of the state
tf easte'ra numejla, which is now la--corporated
as a part of Bulgaria. . .
The congress granted io Austria-
. Hungary, in consideration of opening -
K ..1 A t ' Ak. ' 1 ' . . t
the care of the two Turkish provinces ,
of Bosnia and Herzegovina. .She was
to develop them but they, were to re-
main "under the ' sovereignty of r tke
Ported It established as indcjieBdettt
stages Montenegro, ' Servk, Bulgaria
and ' Boumanla. : -1 .'' f' :'V -' -; -.:-J1
Two Questions Unsetllci3 '": : -;
" There; still remained unsettlcvTiow
ever, two. great questions, the disposi-.
tTun of Crete and of Macedonia. Plan
after plan has been , ; formulated ami
commission i afier commission ' has
' (Continued ert Pase lSy