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EVKN1K0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, Al'IUL 0, 190X.
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rn i f Editorial Rooms, - 185
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The letter of Hon. II. I'. llalJwIn
on Muni land mutters has elicited a
slur, trom the usual source, that tho
correspondent whose' article Mr.
Baldwin alms to correct, wrote aa'ho
wan Instiucted to write.
There arc two answers to this, ci
ther one of which finishes the nils
cry of tho thing promoting the usual
First, the people readluK the com
ment consider tho reliability of tho
source from which tho Blur comes.
Second, Mr. llaldwln would never
have taken tho trouble to correct an
article -which ho considered was writ-
. ten under oftlco Instructions to Jiils
The llaldwln Interests hnve. always
been In Hue for the liitrodiictlwWoH
European labor for homesteadlug
and work on the plantations.
. As for the Baldwin manager .who,
5'objects to tho Introduction of liomo
Jfsteadors who becomo competitors for
the Japanese labor of tho planta
tions, he presents a very practical
"and very vital phase of the sltua-
tlon. Ho 1b half right on that par-
tlcular point. And It Is not surprls
'ylng to learn that ho Is also ono of
'the largest employers of citizen l.i
.Jjjjbor. t The Amerleanlratlon of Hawaii Is
not now nnd never will to brought
about by the development of so-called
, homesteaders whoso first ambition Is
to employ non-citizen, servile labor, i
The servile labor is exactly what
tho homestead Is aimed to wlpo out.
.Servile labor Is what violates the
spirit of American institutions. You
" can't correct corporation evil by rtu-
, pllcatlng It on a homestead. ..
i. The homesteader who is the bona
. fide settler, willing to work -wlthhls
own hands, Is tho man tirtjf; silica
only man who will premancntty-esi
tablish strong Americanism In tho
J, Islands, and glvo tho Territory an
g Americanized population thn't will
'' not require tho moral protection that
has force of arms and superior
power behind It.
With this typo of homesteader It
Is generally understood the chief
' Maui Interests hnve always been in
' sympathy, Sucli a homesteader rep
resents the policy of honest develop
r ment as against a lot of buncomb
exploited In tho name of "American
ization," by selfish sycophants who
mislead a few honest men.
CAMPAIGNERS AGAINST PINRHAM.
lllshop Libert put the situation ox
actly when he stated this morning
that tho general campaign being
made against Mr." I'lnkhnm of tho
Hoard of Health Is "all politics," It
is curried on becauso someone clso
wants tho placo.
Wo do not bellovo thero Is a per
son of sound mind Jn this community
who will hold that tho lllshop Is any
less enthusiastic over tho home for
non-leprous cniiurcn tnan Mr, Atkin-
son, for Instance. Ho is recognized
to bo ns kind-hearted. Intelligent nnd
thoughtful ns tho Hon. A. L. C. At
kinson. .As regards tho matter which tho
Ministerial Association Is taking up, 1
tho gentlemen of tho association bor- Beretania Street $35.00
der so closely on hypocrisy that It is King Street $15.00
difficult to dcilno their Btatus. ThoyXinau Street . . . $30.00
apparently hold I'lnkhnm to bo a re- Beretania Street . . $40.00
Incarnated Devil and nil his Angels, Emma Street $50.00
while slobbering nil over Sheriff lau- Beretania Street $18.00
kca, whoso duty It Is to enforeo tho Kajmuki . $20 00
law If tho town wants, tho law en- j tunalilo Street'. .' !'.!!!!'.!! ,'$23!oO
,("'t"cl- , Matlock Avenue $22.50
If Iaukea has gono wrong they ox-1 Aiolia Iane 18 00
cuso It by saying that I'lnkhnm led Kewalo Street $22.50
.mm astray. .
That may convinco our good
Wends of tho association, but It does
not appeal to honest-minded, practc
en) men of business, who, although
they may not pretend to bo expert re
ligiously nro still tho Bupportors of
common honesty nnd fair play.
Tho situation so far as I'lnkham Is
concerned Is merely tho same old
- proposition wuicn mis town nas nan
to deal with for manV years.
Arq tho business Inen disposed to
allow a capable public official to be
, browbeaten and hammered out of of
fice by splto-workers, hlrod liars, and
Ter Six . Month 8 .Ho
rer Year, anwherelnlJS I.oo
Per Year. anhere In Canada .. I.fto
Per Year postpaid, foreign. 2.oo
Entered at the tew t office al Honolulu
at trconJ clasn irntler.
APRIL 0, 1908
'lc'lr followers, who want Jobs that
Illlglll I'U UpUlt 111 VUPU Wl l HHltlbV.
That's alt there Is to It.
EOJMING HOME PRODUCTION.
A movement for homo production
Is nlways hailed with faor by every
live town. Consequently the Japan
ese who have associated themselves
for tho manufacture of an article of
food hitherto Imported In consider
able quantity, hnve lined themselves
with the progressiva spirits of theso
Under the condition: that have ex
isted for many jcars, tho vermicelli,
so generally used by the Japanese
! population, has first been shipped
ljipuullie,snalnlaud to-Jnpan ns flour,
After passing through the Japanese
factories this wheat has been brought
Iiclt.loJlawall,-wucra ltpajs a duty
of one and one-half, cents per pound.
Tlicro is no need for arguing tho
Advantages, to Hawaii of having this
wheat brought direct to the Islands,
and niter passing through a homo
. Kilauea Volcano'
Tho flno now steamship MAUNA
KEA will leave Honolulu Tuesday,
.April 7th, at noon; returning 10
party will arrive by steamship MAU-
i NA LOA on Tuesday, April 14th, at
Fare for the round trip. $51.
This oxcursion allows ono day In
Htlo, tITrco days at tho Volcano, and
the circuit of tho Island of Hawaii.
A raro opportunity Is hero offered
to see the crater In unusual actlvit)
residents of the district declare It to
botho most-specincular eruption in
jcars. Tliel ferit and koa forests, tho
trM -modljhj and. other natural won
ders In tho ' neighborhood arc most
Upon the return trip, .members of
tho party who deslro, may nt a small
additional cost, lcavo Uio steamer at
Napoopoo and drlvo overland
through Konn, again boarding tho
vessel nt Knllun.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Kjrip; Street $40 00
' jianoa . . '.' !!"!"!""!" $6000
I vj,, qt'rpW " 4n'nn
- "."-." T"'"
Prospect Street $50.00
Hqtel street $2000
Mrlilnr Avenue an fin
Lunalilo Street $25.00
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort and Merohant Sti.
VSfKtBKp "jP; -
5i a hk
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
Judge Dole's Cottage, Wai- .
Prospect Street $50.00
College Hills $60.00
Sjmk Wf &aW
factory go to tho consumers ns a
fresh homo manufacture.
This Is onp of tho Items In tho
program of keeping money In Ha
waii. It works for tho greater pros
perity of ovcry citizen nnd resident,
nnd deserves patronage accordingly.
(Continued from Po 1)
enough nnd backed out of tho game.
Tho bidding drilled along then In one,
two and five dollar raises up to J3.03C,
Chun Kog's offer, when everybody else
quit nnd let him havo it.
A tract of 210 acres of land nt Kail'
link ilea. Hllo, went to tho Pepeckeo
Sugar Company at JG70 n dollar over
tho upset rcntnl.
Lot 6, containing 1G2.3 acres of the
land ol Knwalnul, Hllo, went to the
Onomoa Sugar-Company for tho dollar
raise of (510
"CAN'T SHOOT HYENAS"
(Continued from Pase 1)
subject and arc preparing to with
draw their support of their president.
Plnkham's memorandum to be pre
sented to the Hoard this afternoon Is
Honolulu. T. II., April Cth, 1908. '
Members of the Hoard of Health:
This meeting has been called by spe
Before proceeding to consider tho
specific object of tho call, I request
the privilege of presenting the fol
lowing: Sunday morning I noted In tho
Advertiser an article headed "Entire
Blame Belongs to Plnkham."
I read nbout twelvo lines, ceased
tending and have not finished tho ar
ticle (although others havo mention
ed to mo its contents), as I am pos
scsscd of some self-respect and desire
to retain as much respect ns possible
for thoso who should know tho
bounds of common decency nnd fair
ness. You have been Informed from time
to tlmo concerning tho Homo for Nou
Leprous Malo Children of Lepers.
For about twenty-eight months,
through lllshop Libert and Mother
Marianne, wo havo sought In Amer
ica and Europe for Sisters to take
charge of this Homo and tho Bishop's
proposed Orphanage. Some eight
months ngo tho Bishop announced ho
had secured Sisters who would como
from Europe and their arrival was
About ten days ago Bishop Libert
called nt tho office of the Board and
Btated the Sisters expected would not
bo permitted to como, nnd that both
tho proposed institutions wero in as
serious a quandary as ever.
Salaries we can afford to pay will
not fcecuro tho devotion and persist
ent permanent faithfulness such nn
institution needs, though It now ap
pears As though tho Board would bo
obliged tn mako a trial of those not
consecrated to such work,
Tho second reason has been our
Inability to find n suitable site.
Although announced, on some au
thority unknown to mo, tho Bishop
has mndo no off or, vorbally or form
ally, to tho Board, of a slto for tho
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors :
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER:
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Home, although had tho Sisters como
ho undoubtedly would have fulfilled
any suggestion ho may havo made.
After studying tho list of Uovcrn
ment lands on the Island otfOnhu, I
failed to find nny whatsoever suitable
on this side of tho mountains, no
sought forjirlvnto land In Knlllit
vnney. tiiq location mat scemcu to
mo tho most dcslrablo wns that
nown ns the Knhtepaa property,
said 9) now belong to I'. C. Jonc,
. Later, with Mr. Lyons, I Inspected
all tho land on tho other Bide of tho
Island near the Industrial School.
Thero wns ntf available land on tho
flnt, but In, the I'upukca homesfends
there wcrO some eighty acres that
had been, If I recollect correctly, re
turned to the Government. It wns
well down toward the bluff, nnd the
only plcco obtainable. Mr. (llbsou
advised mo against taking it from
tho lack of rainfall. An objection
also to that vicinity wns rnlsed that
tho boys should not bo so placed as
to bo confounded with bojs of tho
Industrial School under rcstrnint.
Discouraged, I went to Wnlmca and
Konn, Hawaii. If the Government
has nny conveniently loented, sultr
able land In Konn, It docs not bIiow
In the list of lands or on tho map,
nor could auono point It out to nlo,
nor could I find It.
I wns rfiilte favorably Impressed
with Wnlmca, Hawaii, but unnblo to
determine on n site! ns all sorts of
conditions obtain within n short dis
tance. I sent for Mr. Vrcedenbcrg and
corresponded with Mr. Andrews in an
endeavor to 'determine.
With tho closing of tho year 1901!,
tho Legislature and epidemic of
plague, I wns unable to proceed again
to Hawaii until shortly after Gov
ernor Frcar had established his heads
of departments nnd policy. Soon af-
Icr, I went to Walmea nnd over ovcry
portion of tho lands thereabouts. 1
becamo very doubtful of that loca
tion. On my return, I called In ai
advisors, nt an appointed meeting, nil
tho local members of tho Legislature
I could reach. Their opinion, ns ex
pressed, was tho Homo should bo lo
cnted near Honolulu, nnd since then
I liavo considered tho property "rtbovo
mentioned nstbclnuglng to Mr Jones
or Eonie ndjaueut, an the only suit
ablq location From tho date of tho
meeting mentioned, tho Wallach add
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other Imperative 'matters nnd tho
ph steal disabilities, I suffered, con
trolled my tlmo until March. I then
considered as tho term of tho Presi
dent of tho Hoard was nbout to ex
plro it was hardly proper to under
take n work involving so ninny prob
lems, until if. should, bo Abfclosed who
should completo flic work.
It would seem to mo the spirit ot
factions, senuutlouul and yellow crit
icism might hotter glvo way to tan
gible tuggestlons as to some sultnblo
locution whero such (in Institution
would not bo objcotlonnblo to neighboring-
residents, an obstacle I ,hnvo
met with wlici'o I havo tticncdHo pri
vate properties, and thus bo of kindly
assistance to the Board.
Tho object of such nn article, ns
appeared in tho Advertiser, is open
to the suspicion of ulterior motives,
L. E. I'INKIIAM,
President, Board of Health.
Crnx: They say that onions nro
especially good for brain workers.
Knox: That explains It.
Ciox: Explains what?
Knox: Why they aro barred from
just arrived on the Alameda,
tho very1 best Easter Novelties
Haberdasher and Clothier,
Corner fort and Merchant Streets
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Monday, April 6.
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Am. S. S. Enterprise, for Hllo.
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Anl. sp. Falls of Clyde, henco Mnrch
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i t im
The Fleet is coming. 'Let us clean
up tho City.
A live ycius' legal war over n lose
bush nnd four Inches of land has
ended In New York by the litlganta
agreeing to arbitration.
i - r in -1 , in irnT.,-iT,i
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as also our supplies of
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to the land we live in.
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the days on
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