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Tllli WKUKlA HILO TfclMUNJi, foll.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, KOVKMIlftR 20, 1004.
II IN WANTS TO KNOW.
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Sinikni Uuiut .. Miwil Dunks and Kino Wines ...A
Cold Mm uh i'l.int mi pixniisLs with all the Delicacies
. I the So.ison . . Open Till Midnight
WAIANUEMUE STREET, HILO
CUIflNE UMEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
tlotail, hut litis reason to Until. iti'.
true us to tin- motives nuil methods
of the I'oininission. As soon ns I lit1
to explain, in its issue of November
2otli, t lie mission of President Pink
hain's labor commission as follows:
Of (lotlicnlHir;:, Sweden
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YMStsIn D. 8. (for Ailillttotnl Security of Aiiii'ricnn Policy Iliiltlcrs) 656,678.43
Pacific Conut Department: ' KDWARD IIKOWN S: SONS, General Agents
411-I13 Cnlifonui St.. San I'rtitii'isco.
II. HACkVeI.D Si CO., Ltd., Resilient Agents, HILO
of tin' .M)sliM'toiis Luhtil
1 ummismon. I trpott reaches Washington it will
The Sunday Advertiser attempts ' lie looked afler by thlspapar's i-or-
uspondetit then' mid its contents
reviewed for the benefit of the peo
ple of Hawaii."
"We have received the following! According to the Honolulu Star,
letter fioni a citizen of Olaa who! the powers that be are so little tin
has been conspicuous in his efforts, j tnrbed over and attack on the ad
for many ye.irs past, to apply Am- ministration made by T. J. Uyan of
cricau ideas to the Hawaiian laud ! Olaa in the Advertiser that they
policy. always a task of difficulty: "M not trouble to reply to it.
Ml. View, Hawaii, Nov. 18, 1904. ' ' 's for information as tp the
lor Advertiser: Allhoueh I inn n Pinkliiini Cniiitiiisiimi" wliti'li tu
MiuiUU-r. nn "ignornut squatter" if jot. , ,
pleusc, I appreciate our ellorts to allow '""3 "- " """ ' "- "
that tliere Is room for r.ntncthlng besidis Cano House and made no en
the planter and the coolie in this Tcrri-, . . ... f ., r
lorj.t iiuines or visits :it any of the fine
TliroitKhtliocohiiniisoftlic Advertiser I farms on the way lie wants to
we were enabled to find out something I , , , . . . .
nbout The Pinklmm Commission." hut know what the COIllllllssion IS for
ORTELA & GO'S I
Puerto Rican ?
iORTO RICO for obvious icisoiis pioduccs tobacco of vary
ing degice-. ol excellence. 1 lie I nil impression caused
originally by careless cultivation and manufacture of the
tobacco, due to inexperience, has now been dispelled, and those
smokers who de-are 11 cigar with more aroma than the flat-tasting
douiis'.ic cigar unmixed with Il.ivana, and still lacking the
overpowering heaviness of the latter, at a reasonable price, find
their choke in the Porto Rican cigats. For this reason it is
smoked in o'ftiecs dining business bonis with every sense of
satisfaction by many in who-e estimation Cuban cigars hold
first place foi quality, and that portion ol the general public
which is frugal on this item of expenditure finds it a good stibsti
tulefor high-priced Iiav anas. Albert A. Void in New York Sun
& CO., LTD.
. ' 1138 fW
f . "T7v C2V H
tint as iniicli ns vvc would like to know.
The members of lltat commission uere
driven by team from IIIlo to Hie Volcino
House in one .lay a distance of lliirtj
ouc miles up hill, nml no one nlionl here
knew who they vvete or u hit they were
They passed by such fine furms as those
of l'eler l.ee, I)r Kussel, liens, Jitnkins
ami others without inquiry and seemed
to have hicu Irving to avoid information
rather than trying to gain it.
Will you kindly inform the public who
appointed that commission? Who p.ivs
the hills? Whal is its object? Aulas
much other information about it as you
can conveniently give.
Yours truly, -
T. J. UYAN.
"This is a large order to fill
nnd who pays its bills. The Ad
vcrtifcr seems to encourage the be
lief that the commission which was
headed by L. K. l'iilkhniu was
merely engaged in demonstrating
that Hawaii is no place for small
"There is nothing for 111c to say
in reply to the attack," said
Governor Carter this morning: "in
due time the commission's report
will be made and that will spo tk
Pinkhain would not even say
this much. He would not discuss
the matter of the commission at all.
A..B. C. BEERS
In proof of l his wt call atlontinti to ilir slaknicnl
below. It is an o.vpiession by an eminent anthniiiy.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'ici- 01 Stati Analyst
CKRTIKICATK ()K ANALYSIS .
I'KHKKI.l V, Jtlly IN, 10O..
Dr. N K. I'osthu,
Secretin,) J"liUv Ilomd ol llrsiltll.
I have I'xainiiud sanipl- niRiked "A. 11 C. Uor," St.
I.ytiis, icctivid Apiil, ujo, and repot I as follows:
This an'ahsis was ninde at the uqtiest .f tlu "Ilil.lil'KT
Mkucantii.k Co.," the saiiipb' having Iweu biighl bv me in
open mnrkit. Tin beet was in a good state ol pieseivaiioti
and was dear and spmklmg. The chemiial iimil.v-is showed
that it was froo from adulteration, aitiflcial pie-
sorvativcs nncl impurities.
The ON'I.Y lll'.MU ubsnluliU jmlnl and bu.llhlu., .11 i'oiiIiii). to -ven
nualjsis. aiul the UNlA' 1.I1K bolllid l-.Nl 1.1 MVl'l.Y
AT 'fill-. llUljWIUY IN SI I.Ot IS.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd. KirV'r 0
There is a
In ihe family where the wife insists on
the husband going down town for his
It's a family beverage that tastes good
and is good for you.
RASTER BOTLT8NG WORKS
IWAI1AN FEailUZEB 00., Ltd.
For Cnne, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Aiulv-i-. Mid. ml liililiir Iurni-.ln.il Smilnl.k to Soil, Climate nml Croj)
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphate of Ammonium
Sulphate of Potash
Nitrate of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
I'tfJtlluc-13 fur -ilf in birK r maul) tiimulilies. IVrtilie onr hiwns with nnr
Special Iwiwn l'crtilici.
Uureu Si reel
I'. O. DDX 77.
lie) ond 1'ribOli
M. COUKK, I'rpsWent,
I H18IIUI, Trtusurer.
II UiWRTSON, Auditor
R. I). TItNNKV, Vice-President.
J. WATWlHOUaiJ. Secrelnrv.
w. ai.5Ai,itsANiJi;u, c. n. atiii-uton
ritou i.r.us noi,i,it a I'otiMi.
New York (biiiniicts Musi t'ny Wi-
New York", Nov. 14. A frog-leg
famine is reported in the city mar
kets. Pi ices, like the ftogs them
selves, have hopped out of sight,
and selling iiguies aie likely to
break all records.
b'rog-dealer Kldiidge, in the
Washington market, .says prices
have advanced to $1 a poiuld, while
last year at this time the best frog
legs were selling around 50 cents.
"The fact is," said Mr. Kldrige,
"frog legs cannot be had now in
quantities at any price."
At Blackford's fr,og mart in I'til
tou market dainty specimens were
selling today for 90 cents a pound,
but they were of small size. There
weie no big frog legs any where in
bight. "Whoppers," such as are
caught in California have legs
about the si.e of chicken legs, and
dealers say that two pair wilLweigh
as much as a pound.
Dealers say that while thousands
of dozens of frogs are .sold in the
city every .season, there is little or
no speculation back of the high
prices, for it is known that very
few frog legs are in cold storage.
Moreover, if speculators controlled
J. C. Olilan.lt,
more secret commission was ever
made up here than the one which
spent weeks in travelling ove? the
group taking notes and pictures of
kulcana farming. It kept mum
while it was en route, it has kept
mum since and it is holding wlekly
meetings, from which reporters are
excluded, for the sake of making
up a report to quietly send away.
"Piecing this and that thing to
gether we arrive at the following
narrative: When Governor Carter
was last in Washington he found
that the Land Office wantcdmore
exact data about the labor question
and the size and area of occupancy
of the Hawaiian public domain than
official Hawaiian reports, then 011
file, were able to supply or than the
Governor himself could furnish off
hand. The call for the facts was
urgent. Governor Carter cabled to
Secretary Atkinson to start Mr.
Pinkham one of the Pacific Club
cabinet on a tour of investigation
and to spare no expense. Nothing
of this was given to the press.
Pinkham wanted a labor staff and
undertook to pick some men from
the Builders' and Traders' Ex
change who were one with him in
hostility to small farming; but the
labor organization protested and as
the result a more representative
commission was secured. Hut
Pinkham had a majority.
"Mr. Pinkham and his body
guard quietly started out and visited
Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, Molokai and
Oaliu,it an expense which could
not have been less than 20 per
day, not including the pay of a
photographer, who took and is now
developing and printing 1500 pic
tures. When the papers asked
questions they were told that Pink
ham was looking after sanitary
matters. Nobody will tell where
the money came from, though the
class of producers which is nust
hostile to the division of any p.irt
of the public domain into American
farms has money to bum.
"It was noticed elsewhere than
in Olaa that the Pinkham investi
gators took no account of .success
ful farming. When they came to
the hut of a poor native, the shack
of a Portuguese squatter or the
squalid home of any ne'er do well,
they photographed the place, the
tenant and even the scant dinner
table and labeled the result "Kx-'
hibit X Hawaiian Small Karmcr '
and his Home," On Maui a flour-!
ishing place like Mrs. von Temp
sky's repelled them. Pinkham felt
soie when he saw a good crop or a
wcll-tilli'd field j satisfaction came
to him only when unthrift and des
titution and squalor stared him in ,
the face. ,
"The story of what the commis-!
sion saw, fully illustrated, is soon '
going 10 wasiungiou; anil tnre is w - wm.. (
the expectation that Congress and
the President, when they see it, Km Lumber In snmll and large ipmnti
will forego the foolish idea of "de-1 lien; well H-asonetl.
velopiug Hawaii along traditional j I'lirniture ninde to oider, any tle
N. OH-LANDT & CO
iMANITI ACTUKI'.llH AN1 IH'.VI.IKS IN
Hone 31 on I,
Sulphate ol" Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
.Muriate of I'oiuplt,
i' it rate of Soda.
137 Market Street.
High tirade Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Fact cm y :
bulla nn . nln Sis
Certificate of Analysis .iccoinp.init-s our shipments, which we giurinttc
to he coirort.
Agent fin the Hawaiian Istlm i'
0UDEKS l-'ILLUI) AT SHOUT NO TICK.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mai! ??. Cf.
Steamers of tin .ibovc- Iiik- rimniii) in 1 timcinm with tin Cm.iduni I'aiilu Ui 1!
wn Coinninv . 11 I". uiilMdmv.N ? W . iiiul e illiini nl Virion i. 11. 1 , II, limn i .
the market they would "unload at I Suva uid Iinsb.int, ij., nn duo at Honolulu n or hImhu tin iUu.,i.i
the present fancy prices. istntul.vi:
From Vancouver ami vninria . u from bjntu'y, urifiKtnr i.
I'or ltrisbuie, (J , ami hvdiuj. 1 n Vuimi t ami V iiuoiim i It l"
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MO. NA M'X'KMIirU 17 AORAM'.I Ul'.l f.MI'.l'k u
AORANC.I JAM'AUV 14 MIUW KKA lAMVlKN 11
MIOU'I'RA UhHUfAKY II MOA.N'A 11-.. 11'A14V 8
The uiiKUificcnl new service, the "Imperial Limltul," is now ri-ni'ine dullj
I1KTWKI5X VANCUUVICR AND MONTRKAL. urikinu the tun 11. n ln
without change. The finest rail wav service in tlu vvurlii.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Cunndn, I'nitid Stntrt- mui I 1
lJor freight and ji issnge, and all general information, iipjilj to
Ciiamhuui.ain's CotJOH Rhmkiiv
In Oi.d Virginia. The irtitchiu
son Drug Conipiny, which is lo
cated at Perry, Oklahoma, U. S. A.,
in speaking of the sale of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, says: "We
take pleasure in recommending it
Subscribe for the Trimtnh
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The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Lime.s, Potatoes,
Onions mid All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
San 1'ruiicisco, - California
to our customers because we be- i
Have it honestly made and ajTheO. H. DavieS & Co.
meritorious preparation. We sold
it in Old Virginia and several other
states, covering a period of over
twenty years, and have always
found it to give perfect satisfaction ."
lor sale by Il'lo Drug Co.
Ltd., Cen'l Agls.
made new for a few cents and
a little labor. With
you can paint and virnnh at
the same1 operation. You will
be surprised how easy it h
to renew vehicles. t
Let us show you color cards.
Sill II 11V
I.HILO MERCANTILE CO, 1:
P. O. Box 94
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Telephones 4 A, 4 B
"So uiuch for the pieced-together
narrative. The Sunday Adveitiser
does not vouch for its accuracy in
wauled. Repairs uiaile mi any kind ol
furniture. Priced moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop, j
Apply toJOSI? O. SI5UHAO.
Jue HILO TRIBUNE
JOD PniNTIWC DEPARTMENT