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IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
DuIl'leM Hardware Crockery GLaiwar. SOTerware
Kw,ThK GsjU riiihlns Tackle Firearm ABunnnltlon
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i-ire '.eft tbe.. os ooar.try to eek a
iv.'iti'J el'-ewbe.-e are bareiy fettir.g
a r-an iietver results ci be ac-'.-.ic.-'-ie'!
by tryiig to belp thera up
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Can Dtperd on planter
"Ve feel that we can depend abso-
cp'a the f. ;?ir planters and i
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tLl geterou view of the Fill-
p.io labor problem from cow on.
iixployers here Lave fchown me every
('.curtesy aid consideration and have
!pt tberiselTes to great pains to
iiv'.i.'t rne in carrying out my ml-islon.
!"bey riet me, perhaps, a little more
thin baif way, and strengthened the
iction which I had entertained
fr'.i'i tbe f;rt, that beneath the ur-!i-e
o! ail apparent disagreements
ir.'l raistiridersundings was a mutual
.;.'.orar.''.e of motives and purposes."
Mr. Varona believes that one result
'.; his labors in Hawaii will be an
r.r; ji of Ki;;p:no labor to the islands,
v.'ben the resului cf his mission are
;.ab:;.-.bed in the Philippines, he
iiierie!, the misgivings of the Fili-
JglenUu in the school In 1&22, mean. ! ;-' r as to the treatment which they
tbat a cnsiderable Lumber will be ; -W dissipated
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;.J mey liOtl. I'J nanan ju in
needed to work under the Depart
ment of Public Instruction with tbe
school children. In addition, there
will cridoubtelly be positions a den-
tUts' assistanm for young women tso
Tbe health of Young America Is
dependent upon hound teeth and
clean rnoutbs, and there is probably
no field in which the service to be
rendered Iji more worth while. The
opportunities for the first graduates
of such a school are many and inter
esting, and It is to be hoped that
many of the young women of the
Territory will be Interested in tbU
new kind of work.
Advertiser Sends Out
Another Pilot Car
For tho purpose of compiling the
most comprehensive road and scenic
dat'x on the Hawaiian Islands, the
Honolulu Advertiser today db-.patcbetl
iu Pilot Car expedition on a tour
which will Include every portion of
Kauai, Hawaii, Maul and Oahu. Tbe
most remote and inaccessible regions
of all the islands, as well as all tbe
important communities, will be visit
ed with a view to blazing new trails
for the tourliit and nature lover.
The party which will make tho tour
In Its own Ktudebaker Light Six will
consist of John F. Ness, assistant
business manager of the Advertiser,
Arthur A. Greene, formerly a widely
known New York newspaper and
magazine writer and for some time a
member of the editorial Htaff of the
Advertiser, and Alfred Williams,
news photographer of tho Advertiser
whose work Is well known throughout
Kauai will be visited first, tho par
j ty arriving at I.lhuo tomorrow, July
i 'ith, and about a week will be devoted
! to a complete tour of the island.
F.very town, village, plantation and
j point of iicenie Interest will be iriclu
ded In the Itinerary. A great amount
i of photographic work will be done
land Mr. Greene will contribute a
.daily artl'le to tho Advertiser, on tho
! movements of the f-xpedition.
From Kauiil the party will go to
Hawaii and Maul and will complete
i I's lour by vldltlng the little visited
portions of Onhu. The entire tour
will o'-eupy Approximately forty-five
' Ah a n-Kull of the trip the Advertl
Hor will bring out, about tho first of
IIim new year, a blue book with tho
-iidorHeifie.il of the Honolulu Automo
bile Hub, which will be Hie moHt
complete, Infoi mutl ve find entertain
ing compendium for lourlntn and
other iiiotoriHtH ever ntli-mpied In Dm
Varona replied with an emphatic
aJfirr.ative when asked whether the
Philippine would accept complete
independence from the United
States provided the Washington gov
ernment is unwilling to grant inde
pendence "with a string attached."
All Want Freedom
"By all means we desire freedom",
be asserted. "We believe that the
progress we have made since the
American occupation Justly entitles
us to independence. America will
make no mistake in redeeming the
pledge given our people 20 years ago.
Tbe Filipinos ill prove themselves
worthy of the trust. Our present
government may not be perfect, nor
all our officials honest and capable.
But what government is perfect?
And surely the United States would
not desire to hold up the average
American municipal government as a
shining example of honesty or effi
ciency." The time ia premature to express
any opinion as to the results accom
plished by the Wood-Forbes mission,
in Varona's opinion. He explained
that he had been so busy himself that
he bad not been able to keep in close
touch with developments.
"The Filipinos," he said, "know
both General Wood and Mr. Forbes,
and admire them. No abler men
could have been chosen for their im
portant mission. We are confident
that their conclusions will be founded
upon Justice and a recognition of the
principles of democracy upon which
tho American government i.s founded.
The Filipinos desire above all things
to be found worthy in the minds of
tho American people."
RECEPTION HELD FOR
NEW FILIPINO NURSE
On the evening of last Tuesday a
reception was held at the Mukaweli
Community House for Miss Isabel
Mlra, Makaweli's new graduate Fili
pino nurse. Over 500 people atten
ded and listened to the following
Invocation Itev. F. Vclasco
Hong "Philippine, my Philippine"
Address Manager P.ak'wlii
Talks by Dr. Dunn, Miss Mina and
Mr. V. Salvador
Drill Filipino Children
(Miss Mina at piano)
Filipino School a Hundred Years
Ago Filipino Hoys
Dance "CurlnloHa" Six Girls
Announcement M. Damkroger
MIhm Mina worked for several years
in one of tho largest houpituls of
Maui):., also at the Contagion Hospi
tal. She Is a native of Tacudlu.
IHocuh, Sur. She speaks tho Ilocano
Tagalog and Vlsyan dialects, as well
us Knglish and Spuninh.
lUfrigerator Spark Ping
Varnlsbe Brush Oil
Saddlery Roofing Trunk
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc
Toilet Supplle Stationery
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Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application Information will be cheerfully furnished in regard to
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To make room for new stock we are now selling more than
twenty thousand rolls of wall paper at discounts varying from
fifty to twenty per cent. This is your chance to replace that
old, soiled wall paper with something bright, artistic and up-to-date
in every respect.
Call or write for samples and make your selections early.
The Home Beautiful Department
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials, Honolulu
1C9-177 H. King St., Honolulu
The last word in
Novelty Low Shoes
They are just received from the factory and are the prettieat
shoes that we have seen for a long time. Made withjturu sole,
long narrow toes and slender French heels.
Buckles of different designs to suit the individual taste.
Hlack Satin 88.50 to $12.50
White Satin 10.00
Silver Cloth 12.50
White Kid 12.50 to 15.00
IUack Suede 15 qq
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
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Honolulu, T. H.