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THE GARDEN ISLAMD TUESDAY. IULY 23. 1913.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday Morning
Luther Dermont Timmons
Filipinos of Maui
Are Forming Unions
OTHTR If LANS COMING
cade this -Keek
' Continued frC3 rae 1.
on Kan?;, Saturdsy and See-'
osv. rte-r.-er ar.a t. Also
J. J. Walsh -ass r.rnd a coscit-'
The Public And Wrong-Doers.
zjtn on Ma'j:
I there cot :n this cou:iT too rntui of & rfispwtion to syrn-
r-dotr as agsir.st law and crdi
des cot indicate kealtif slness in Mr moral to:
he hi the wo
tee of one at the c eet:r? cf
!ro M. Es- charr.r.r held on Th-crsav. to can-
member for tho-
be .b'.e to attend from j
It is the hor that a larei
Lie' p-artictilarly in a community whic.i happens To t
have hu: cr.t) is perhr.s "he rt to fetl the pulsations
rr.er.:. :A in like ne- r re is probably the first to no:
or exer.ric-.tits, a.s the cas-e roar be.
A genera! summing u;.- of incidents c-noir.g to ooir attention seems
Is in the clntches of the iaw on Kauai
He savs that he exrcts within -eza"0:5 iV l secures trctrij
the next few week to h-ve frac-!--5 c?--.tv.
vail of the several k"-dred Iie Lcst,-.t a so antr.or.ied j
Filirino hbo-ers or, the island or- tif 7-rint:n? ot te proceedings ct
gar.ized. and that the organization j Itrear'$ session .held in Wailsku,
will then b-i effected of the ether 52:1:2 10 Te1v 'or distribution)
e c: n;i
being, -t least.
cr. -n to be f ir
if sonot ring Cicn:
i divoovered to
ithv in his btha".f. For the time zat:on :s t..
:e ofer.ve against law and or-' Union
!er.cy i to search ah-out to s
oe credit of the wroni.-doer or in ,
: at as eariy a date a rx jiible. The '
Laborers' contract was awarded to the Manij
; PuV.tshin? Capar.v." !
ire convention .t i.'ju; :s a:oj
s cr.noe. Th.s not infre-oient'.r develot.5 :nto a fwtep-
rr. indications, reachts :
wn:cr. -ore t.in often, yi:::.- U
s jcritj and the course of ;st:ce.
t a reo'-jnizei prir.c.'e of ;uv.:ce that
:e benent ot reav.naV.e donV
a mar" s cr.a
the fit a
on in t"
dees not !
vie To Uave
. Oilvie. rri-ciral A the-
; a vtrv live matter on the i?'.and of!
Hawa.:. Mention nr.? t.se
whrt cf the activitie of the Hilo
Bos-d of Trad in regard to it.
nt:ment and co;
pl'i z'.y to defeit the ends of ;uti"e. weaken the authority of : w--c
: and ai to the mof.tic'.rostion of criminal acts. t .-
i ,,.,v.': .'-,.1 I .. - . ( "
pu.)..c n.or.s,:- ..... !wa:i herai-i. toosts the conven-
ar.d r.yor I n:r.'i:l ;;r. WrCtS 11 ieave SnOTtiV tor latan in I - ...
.. . .... , . . , . ... .. f.or. s:-.nt a.on.
i.ve ...e xtn-.eno- 01 nooe o: wrner.tf.--.; r.:s nea.in
oe ce;uct:ons as tated c
a rixnt-abon. si
lk w .h- it ceia
it is merely a
w at w.-:
, i ::r. pas'.. Mr. Q:Iv:
instrcctor :n the
ong in the foliowinz:
'It is about time that the citi-
er.s of Hi'.o and the rtl of this
' is'.and 0 busy arranin? the de-
r k.e 5.10... a ti on; " 'ta-.s, r.f t -.e rpt c:vc for.venl-.on
and if we do not. ani continue j twenty vears and is one of the best . . , .. . ... t--..; .vr'
, ; , . Jwn.cn :s to '.! ne.a on Kansi tn:
.a;:tr o; i:me wr.en our enure Known tcncaiors. Mr. uz:.:e.
:s.:ce will ecome a ii-:e and we wi".'. p'.aoe on-selves in i
n for an overhan'i:
Kauai And The Bonds
is understood. crs r.ottxx-ectj
to be ab'e to return to his Unties
jthis fall and after a tonr cf Jaan
j may make a visit to the mainland.
We have information of an ort.cia charicttr that Kauai is far be
hind ot er sections ot the Islands in purchasing the new public im-
wh ie Hiwa:i and
Oahu has, of course, taken most of the bonds.
Maui have subscribed liberally to their respct;ve
Next Sundays Games
An o5-r w'a received vjmetime ago from Kauai for a block of j The Ram rA baseball in the
bfjnds f r a purely iooa! puriose.
ide from that this island has j leagne series next Sunday will be
only two bonds of $l.V ttzcA. as follows: Makaweii vs. I. A. C.
Th - trouble is not that Kau.i hasn't the money nor that there !S at Makaweli: McRivd vs. Lihue.
r.ot mo:: -v here seeking investment. Cj :i:e the contrary is the case. ,-.
11, om s:on i:as ren cue. perr.a, to r.eg.ecx, or jacc or inongni
And th t is not as it should be. Kauai is dee: lv interested in the
successful manipulation of this bond issue in the Territory. Public
impTovi :ncnts are held i; until the bonis are floated. The invest
ment is not a bad one.
At last accounts the cnso'.d pcrtion of the bond issue 'was $249.
300. A lari:e rart, or, pihap-s, all of that, could be easily carried on
Kauai ii our people of means would only arouse themselves to the im
poTtanc'--of the matter. A letter to the Territorial Treasurer will
bring full inf rmation concerning the bond and the purposes for
letters will z forward from Kauai this week, in order that pni.Iic
work provided for by the Legis'. Unie may te underlaken and pushed
ahead without delay.
year. The Garden Island people
are already on the job and commit
tee have been formed to man?ge
the convention. Hawaii should
make a far better representation at
the next convention than at the
Maui one. where there was ut
a very poor attendance of people
New Lihue Home
j Plans are in course of prepsra-
A. Gartley. of C. IJrewer & Co., i tin fr a fine. new home for Mana-
cameover on Wednesday to visit j8er 01 ile Linue p.an-
As To Mainland Judges
Any move on the part of the United States government or any
branch of it, to so aineod the Organic Act that other than citizens of
the Territory mav be appointed to the Hawaiian supreme or circuit
cou-ts should meet with instant and general protect from the people
of the Islands The Organic Act i based upon a treaty between twe
independent nations (rhe United States and the Republic of Hawaii)
and as such differs essentially from ordinary legislation. The provi
sion that j'idzes of the supreme and circuit counts of the Territory
should be "citizet.s of Hawaii'' was thoroughly discussed, understood
and was satisfactory, both in the Islands and at Washington, at the
time; and we fail to see how the government of the United States can
fairly assume the right to alter the provision now.
There were good and sumcient reasons for the provision
first instance. Hawaii had been an independent country tor many
year, and had laws which dated back to. the Kamehamthas. While
ba-ed generally upon English and American law, there were mar
differences, made necessary by purek- local conditions: and on which!
account a more intimate acquaintance with local practice than could be
hoped of a s.iranger was verv wisely deemed necessarv.
We submit that the government of the United States has no mor
al rifeht to amend a section of the Organic Act which involves a prin
ciple of the Annexation Treaty between the Republic of Hawaii ?nd
the United States; and before undertaking such an amendment an ex
pression from the Legislature of the Territory should le first obtained.
Thk acceptance bv Thomas A. Edison, the world's foremost
electrical genius, of the chairmanship of the new Advisory lioard on
submarine construction for th,e American Navy, is a matter of the
greatest, national importance at this time. The inventions of Mr. Edi
vju have made the present day submarine possible. Wivit may not be
expected from the more or less voluntary concentration of his master
mind upon an engine of warfare more effective than anything yet pro
duced? A new day for the submarine arm of the American navy is
about to dawn.
Thk i i. an for shipping, whole pineapples to the mainland, which
is outlined in another column, may 1 all right, but it seems to us that
the cost ot delivering the fruit on the other side may te so great that
little profit will be left to the grower. Let us hasten to say, however,
that thir remark is not intended to frighten Kauai growers away from
the proposition. On the contrary, we would like to see it tried out
thoroughly. It is easily possible that it may prove to be a good thing,
Mf.mukks or the Industrial Accident Uoards of the various islands
are already complaining about the unexpectedly large amount of work
they have to do to set the new law in motion. In all probability, how
ever, the greatest strain is over, and hence forward there will 1 easier
sailing. The members of all the Uoards (and particularly of Hono
lulu) will, however, earn all the glory that they mav be able to get
out of it.
Mai; has decided against Sunday ''movies," the supervisors of
that county haing turned down an application of George Freeland,
of Lahaina, for permission to give such entertainments Sunday even
ings. The reason given 'r.y the supervisors for their action was that
no real public demand exists for Sunday shows. The situation on Ka
uai is much the same.'and tiie action of Maui on the question may well
be duplicated here.
I.onpon ki-:iaOKTS Emperor William as saying that the war will
end in OctoUr. The fact that tne Kaiser seems to be giving out his
interviews through London nowadays does look a little hopeful of
peace, we must say.
WoKfi comes from Hilo that the liig Island will attend the Civic
Convention at Lihue in latge force. 'Kali tor Hawaii!
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Gas-Stove Convenience with Kerosene
A gocxl oil stove is like a gas.stove
ready at the touch of a match.
Any degree of heat you want
instantly by simply raising or low
ering the wick.
For Bttt Rttultt U-e Honolulu Star Oil
Bums oiL the clean, cheap fuel. It roasts, toasts,
broils, bakes better than your kitchen range.
No wood, coal or a'hes to lug--no soot or dirt
no odor does not taint the food. And your
kitchen is always cool. Several sizes and styles.
Ask your dealer. See Exhibit, Palace of Manu
factures, Panama-Pacific Exposition.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Every Room an OUTSIDE ROOM
Coolest rooms of any place in town. Not a bug in the build
ing. All rooms vacuum cleaned. Newly built, so sanitary in
every feature. Daily rates from $1 per person up. Weekly and
monthly rates on application. Anv public conveance will take
you fiotn anv wharf to the Hotel Blaisdell, FREE.
C. F. CHILD, Mgr.
FRT TI'.EF.T, -nif-wiy !. t .vii H t-l and Ii -Mania St., Ewa Side.
L-ilCOOC A ukOCRWOOO. M. V.
HERR VON JAGOW
Who as Germany's Minister of Foreign affairs receives from our
government State matters addressed, to Germany, j.nd who signs all
communication from Germany addressed to the L'nited States.
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT CLOSE OF BUSI N ESS.J U N E 30 1913
I.'.r, lJi-"jiiiit aii'l Overdraft...
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Cii-h and lwe fr-iin IImhIc-
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T- rrit.,ry ,i Il:m;:ii, City and futility l llunoluhi, j.
I, Y . H. Il.iiii-.n, ";- i.-r, U-iiijj firHt duly sworn, do oleiiinly swear that tlie
at.uve i- triH' jo tl.e I, t ,,l my kimwli-di- and U lief.
F. Ii. HAMu, Cashitr.
I.. A lilt A MS, Auditor.
Kxamme-I and found orr-. t : fn-r,. K. Carter, C. II. Ath. rton, F. W. Mar
lurlane, 1 nr. -rlor.
Mli-i ril;. aii-l aorn t-t l,efon- me tlii 1st day of July l!il".
. I). MAl:iUF,
Notary I'ul.li, I- ir-t Jn.lirial Circuit.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
If 5J They average 25 per cent J j
v ul move 'an other Tires. If i J
v, W A full stock carried at the ffljl
Quiet action and Impossibili
ty of clogging, make the
B. O. T. SiS
Superior to all other makes
We carry Plumbers9
Supplies of all Kinds
Honolulu Iron Works Co., Ltd.