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rVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, MAY 11, 190S,
BA1LY -n-1 WEEKLY Published by B"LLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Hontlulu.,Tcrritory cf Hawnii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In the Territory
II Editorial Rooms,
Of baseball there Is no enil. AnJ
pretty high grade, loo.
Immigration Agent Trcnor begins
well. He refuses to form bis opin
ions previous to looking over the sit
uation. Honolulu refuses to light with It
self, but we may differ with outsiders
who may wish to plan our entertain
ments for us.
If we give the officers of the Fleet
champagne and loaded punch, why
refuse the men a refreshing glass of
beer It they want It?
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Hawaii may congratulate Itself
that with the adjournment of Con
gress two weeks distant, so large a
proportion of Its legislation has es
caped the sheir and pigeon-hole".
Activity on the Pacific Coast mas-
be the result of Hawaii having sham-1
ed them Into a jacht race, if so, a'
plan for the finish during the week
the Fleet is In port would bo accept-
able and appropriate.
The new Walking Club has no
dues, no buttons, no by-laws, no con
stitution. As It contemplates a nom
inal charge for food and n bunk at
Its round-the-lsland resting places, It
may also lay claim to being a no-Weary-Willle
Cougiesbinan Champ Clark of
MIscuuil t,u!d: "1 am tcctotally
opposed to making these Islands
ovet theie" Hawaii "the breed
ing ground for a mongrel lot of
foreigners who are going to put
our people out of employment."
Congressman Fitzgerald of New
.Vnik bald: "This bill should be ou-ntii-i
a bill to permit the sugar
pliintMis of the Hawaiian Islands to
lignlUe peonage.' because that will
I.. u effect. Until soma change is
i.i-ido In the Hawaiian Islands, so
ih.it the home-ecekcr, tho man who
desires to acquire his aero or two
acres una to build his own house and
establish his own homo for his fam
ily. Is permitted to do so, then it, Is
wrong to permit men to bo brought
to the Hawaiian Islands with their
families and practically placed In
perpetual slavery and bondage, to tho
Theso are excerpts from the
speeches made jn the Houso of Rep
resentatives when the bill to enable
Hawaii to obtain Europan immi
grants was up for action and finally
defeated by an overwhelming vote.
Wo have hero an Instanco of how
the United States Congress nets when
It docs not understand.
There is also found In theso ro
marks on tho floor of the House ot
Congress one result ot the local cam
paign ot misrepresentation, In tho
course of which, for Instance, the fol
lowing was published Jan. 16th In
the "cause of Americanism":
"Hawaii cannot bo Americanized
by grape and chicken raisers from
'the Azores or by tortilla makers from
Spain or by cx-convlcts from Siberia.
These people may find a place in the
sugar industry, but their presence on
the soil represents an ignorant and
unnrogressive foreign element."
Thus It may bo seen that tho ef
fort to assist the enemies of Hawaii
began at home.
There is hopo for Champ Clark, lfb
confessed the other day that ho had
voted against tho annexation of Ha
waii but is now horry for It, and ha
was only too pleased to assist In put
ting through good-sized appropria
tions for Pearl Harbor. j
Congressman Fltzgecald, whoso
sincerity Impressed alt those, with
whom he came In contact whllo In
Hawaii, spoke from an obvious mis
understanding of tho terms of tho
bill and tho conditions presented tho
It Is Impossible' to Interpret as
"peonage" a system undor which a
sugar plantation or any other Indus
trial enterprise builds n houso for n
man, furnishes him with freo wood,
free water, free, medical attendance),
wbiski.v ijui-i-in in
rerSIx MoMlii. .Bo
rcr Year, nhere In U S l.oo
Per Year, anywhere in ltuu.la l.rto
Per Year poalpald. foltitfti 2.o
Entfrtd at lite FuMoiTicr at Honolulu
4 nrrtMiil r matter.
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free land, nml, on top of that, offers
lilm an opjiorlunlt) lo labor at the
hlnliot liifliiB wages Not only this,
it urges Hie man to possess the house
and the land, but If be Is not so dis
posed he doesn't li.ive to do It.
If that be peonage, liberty has yet
to lie defined.
It Is not an Ideal condition of lite,
but It Is ten thousand per cent, bet
ter than tho opportunities placed be
fore a million or more workers of trip
mainland who. In various Industries,
arc "upbuilding Americanism."
Congress does not understand.
The malicious and studied misrep
resentation Is to bo found, as usual
In Hawaii. And tho pcoplo of Ha
waii -will continue to get moro of tho
same thing as long as they continue
to stand for It.
WHEN CONGRESS UNDERSTANDS.
Hawaii has had many examples of
how difficult It Is to secure much
What He Saw At
Mr. C, L. La Rue of Sacramento,
California, who has travelled exten
sively around the world, returned
I from Hawaii by the S. S. "Mauna
I Lea" Tuesday of this week; in an in
terview he said:
"Yes, I Imo Just been to the Vol
cano. Was It worth while? Well!
I should think so; It was worth go
ing uiound the world to see; I would
not have missed It for any consider
ation; it Is a spectacular perform
ance which cannot bo described; It is
so awfully fascinating that ono can
hardly leave it. If my business
would have permitted, I would have
remained thcrp a week. The wonder
to me Is that your Honolulu pcoplo
do not make more of It; they can't
realize the extent of tho prcsont ac
tivity; I understand that hundreds of
people went up to sco tho flow of
1007, nnd that It was not n bit moro
attractlvo than Kilauea is at tho pros
Everybody returns from the Vol
cano with the same enthusiasm, and
yet Honolulu has not awakened to
the fact that a irreat eruntion is tak.
ing place within twenty-four hours'
irayei oi ner gates.
For information regarding trip an
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
lor. jcori ana aeronaut ats.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern oottagc $3200.
Malciki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x90, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
low . . .., $1100.
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
Houses For Rent
1 Houses for Rent,
2 Homes and lots for sale,
0 Stores and warehouses
for rent or lease,
4 Agents for California
Insurance Company and
Norwich Union Fire Ins
Sjwd IflMM &o.C(
needed legislation from tho United
States Congress, when tho pcoplo nro
Indifferent und refuse to understand.
It Is well, therefore, to nolo with
what case Important legislation and
largo appropriations nro put tlirougn
when the pcoplo aro aroused and
Tho best Instance of this that has
como to pass Blnco tho Territory of
Hawaii was organized as n Territory
of the United States Is round In tho
record of the proceedings of tho Sen
ate In connection with tho Pearl Har
We give the dlbcusslon in full nn It
appears In tho Congressional Record:
Tho VIco President The read
ing of tho bill Naval Appropria
tion will bo continued.
The Secretary proceeded to read
The next amendment ot tho
Conimlltco on Nnval Affairs was,
on page 29, after line -, to insert:
Naval station. Pearl Harbor,
Hawaii: The Secretary ot tho
Navy Is hereby authorized and di
rected to establish a naval station
nt Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on tho
site heretofore acquired for that
purpose; nnd to erect thereat nil
the necessary machliio shops,
storehouses, coal sheds, and oth
er necessary buildings, and to
build thereat ono graving dry
dock capable, of receiving the
"largest war vessels of the Navy,
at a cost not to exceed 12.000,000.
for said dry dock. Tho tsums
hereinafter stated nro hereby ap
propriated and made Immediately
available, to bo expended nt tho
discretion of tho Secretary of tho
Navy, to-wlt: Toward dredging
an entrance channel of a depth
ot 35 feet, $100,000.; toward con
struction ot dry dock, 300,000.;
toward erecting machliio shops
(to cost $300,000.), $100,000.;
storehouses (to coat $.100,000.),
$100,000.; toward yard develop
ment, $100,000.; in nil, $1,000,
000. That tho Secretary ot tho
Navy may, in his discretion, en
ter Into contracts for any portion
of tho work. Including material
therefor, within tho rcspectlvo
llmltB of cost herein stipulated,
subject to appropriations to bo
mndo therefor by Congress, or
may direct tho construction ot
ad works or uny portion thereof
under tho supervision of n civil
engineer of tho Navy.
Mr. Teller 'I wish to nsk tho
chairman ot tho committee, whe
ther tho Houso considered this
proposition nt all?
Mr. Halo Tho Houso consid
ered It und passed n bill for tho
purpono, nnd our commltlco put it
onto this appropriation hill upon
tho theory that nil of theso iWnl
appropriations had better go upon
tho naval appropriation bill, mi
that nt a glance ono ran ecu what
tho naval expenditures are. Not
only did tho committee, of tho
Houso consider it, but tho Houso
Mr. Teller Not on this appro
Mr. HnlO'-No; but In a sopar-
For Ymr Ifoet Eretdme Sown.
Made f Pimpple Fibre jind Bilk,
in wipci aiy.
We hare tw patterns in eaeh ot
the following o1om:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Mr. Teller 111 n koparnto bill?
Mr. Hale And so tho (ointiill
tee here put It on tho pending
bill, Instead of passing It separ
ately. Mr. Teller So It Is only n ques
tion of the bill It shall go on?
Mr, Hale Yes.
Tho thought was and I IhlnU
tho Senator will agieo with me
that nil the expenses in uny
particular branch of thq (Imcrn
mcift hud belter be In ono place In
older Hint wu iifny know what tue
Mr. Teller I agree with that,
and I feel especially Interested 111
this amendment. As It Is a Sen
ate committee amendment, I de
sired lo know whether tho llottt.0
was hostile to It or not. I am glad
that It Is likely to become a Inw.
Tho VIco President Tho ques
tion is on agreeing to tho
amendment icpoitcd by the Com
mittee on Nnval A (Til Irs.
The amendment was agreed to.
Tho renting (if tho bill was re
sumed. How rany It nil reads.
Thus aio tho years of labor on the
part ot patriotic Amerlciins In Ha
waii, on tho mainland, and in the of
ficial circles of tho Federal (lovcrn
At last tho value of Pearl Harbor
and the necessity for Its development
as a naval base Is understood. It is
so obvious that no further discussion
At last! The victory seems won.
DR. FIXEM ,
Is now at the Hnwallaii Olllce Spec
ialty Co., Ltd., ami Is able to euro all
the ills and ailments of jour Typowilt
er, Cash Heglstcr, Adding or Number
A llttlo attention will prolong the
llfo of jour machine mid onablo you
to obtain boiler results.
Send jour machine lo U.11 Knit St.,
or call up Main 1 13 ami the Ikictnr
will pay you n Wslt.
News from the It. S. A. T Hluild.i'i.
which left San I'raiiclbco rir this poll
on tho Kill, Itt'bvlliK expected lud.ij l
wireless. Sho should he In ttuuomiw.
There will bo n meeting of tho
Hoard of ndueatlou at 3 o'clock this
HARRY DWYER UNDER ARREST
(Continued from Pqbc 1)
cessful matin by the Kudcral author
ities on this coast. . '
When all' tho officers hud luen
caught tlioy-wero led off lo Jail.
Tho news of tho arrest, when It hr
came) known In tho big olllco building,
caused great mirprUu. Tho name of
tho Oakland Transcontinental Aerial
Tclephono nnd Power Company had
become familiar to tho many rx-iipln
who hail offices In tho building and
judging fiom tho number of people
who called nt tho offices anil the
amount of advertising that was being
done, it was supposed that the eo.n
pany wan it nubstantl.il concern with
unlimited capital. .
W. II. Shadbiirn, tecrolaiy, and
Harry P. Dwyer, vlccpiosldeiit, then
laid all of tho blamo upon .lahnke
They both said that vhatour repre
sentations they had made to the pub
Ho had been made on tho claims of
Jahnhe, In whom they had tho great
1'octul Inspector O'Connell statei
that he Is satisfied that ho has a com
plete case against nit tho mui con
nected with tho rmiipjiij'. Their ml
veithlng In two of tho morning new.
pallets of HiIh city, hu says, is aloiio
sufficient to com let llicin. Theso ad
vertisements occupied half u full nigo
with diawhiKB showing eleclilc flashes
going fiom the offtceH of tho company
In tho Union Savings Hank building
to the tower In tho Kerry bull ling.
Under tho largo heading Iif "wireless
telephoning" was tho statement ' talk
Ing between our laboratory In Oak
inud ami tho Ferry building at San
They had no appliance for talkin
In tho I'eiry .building, or nnjwlioio
else, (hat O'Connell can find. The ap
paratus which they lolil Inxestni-H was
tho Invention of .lulinko and unique,
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Mechanics, who under
We will GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION if you will
bring your watch to us.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Captain I'rlcrxuii stateii Is noililni',
more or less than mi instrument urne
on lines that nny schoolboy who h
Kindled physics could make, im.l eoul ,
only bo used to talk for a few f"et. ,
W. Tin Cuing, for two j-cats u
leadqr In tho management ilf the Chi
nese Alohiis. has resigned, ns he, bus
not the lime In attend properly lo lh,o
work of the club s
Library Bureau Outfits
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Trenton, Simplex, nnd Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and bents, latest improved du
signb. Estimates given. Imports to order.
Tlios. G. Tlintni.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
is the near friend of
because it has in it to little
1000 Orcon TtoollnR Slato 10"xlti'
R00 Ono nnd Two Prong Iron Konco
1 25-galIon Drum Commercial Hth
er. 1 Castlrpji Kitting with Klangcs,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
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145 King Street. Phone 211.
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A T the culmination of every
j5, jt gicat ciiacuiuuciii. cuxcit.-
tific, political or commer
cial the hasty and thoughtless
cry "luck," and deride the fickle
ness of fortune; but the know-
ing look within, for they recog
nize in this final success the
courageous,' constant and en
lightened effort of a lifetime.
Stein -Block CXoth.es
present' the fruits of over fifty
years' daily endeavour to. excel.
The knowing, both the merchant and he who wears
them, express their recognition by their preference.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd., Agents,
Fort and Merchant Streets
IVlay be soon forgotten ; a good
of the game never when properly
WE DO IT!
from us and try the following formula:
A little cash A good Kodak
A little sunshine A little click
Result A Good .Snap
WE DO THE REST
Fort below "Kins:
"Do not let tho good thlnga of life
do you out of tho I1K3T thinga.y
It is always the same oli story with oil lamps daily trim
mine; and filling;, broken ehimaejs, smoking, ill-imclling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
Electricity has no tlisagrrcahle fteturcs. Just pr:t3 the hut
ton and the houss is filred with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
XIIIG ST. NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. EOX M-l.
& Art Co., Ltd
LIQIIT is the
7&c. Per Month
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