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EBNmO UU.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. If., TUKSDAY, MAY 12, li08.
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MAY 12, 1008
THE VlUi'ORY r0N.
In Mtth a ehoit time can beat the
I mill fninici'i hen that illstrlhtitcd
heiclf over tour dozen cbbu at ouc
The victory Is won. after fifty
Authorization by Congress of S3,.
100,000. for the Impiovement of
Ptmil Hailior and th establishment
of u naval station In that harbor
means that the future of that mag-
nlficent port Is no longer in ilouut.
..... t !.... m.i.ln flin !rm?rPA3
f , the 1'aein'c will do the of Mich are not the honest men and
women of any community.
1 Houses for Rent,
2 Homes and lots for sale,
3 Stores mid warehouses
for rent or lease,
4 Agents for California
Insurance Company and
Norwich Union Fire Ins
jmk Ijmd LoM
According to Bome people, It tnhea
a Disappointed Owl to hoot wisdom,
a i) Irate to direct others In tho way
of delicate consideration, and a bla-
! thcr&Mte to act as the mentor for
, 'the virtues of tho community. Hut
e mat narnur u, :..-u. ( ng ban,,.wa poIcy ,, a ,,,,,,.
it,, uppioprlatlons nro started that
-. ll .nnlimAMI tr MTirftatl "
I sooner or later Hawaii will find it
v 111 enable the engineers to proceed
thoie will be no stopping the work.
While congratulating ever) body
vho has worked with patriotic fer
vor In the cause of Pearl Harbor, It
Is proper to recognize this ns a crown
ing success of the service of Delegate
No appropriation that has been
passed ,by Congress in recent ycarH
has been fraught with buch great
promise "for the Increasing power of
America in the Pacific as this.
Pearl Harbor, developed, will ac
commodate a naval force of sufficient
Blzc to amply protect tho Pacific
Coast. It will also furnish spaco for
the ercat fleotB of commcrco that will
nnM from the West Coast to tho
Orient and for tho great trans-Paclllc
traders that will pass through tho
The future Is no brighter for Ha
waii than for the Nation, by reason
of the passage of tho Pearl Harbor
tho Honolulu pollco de-
Don't forget to pay your honest
debts previous to launching jour
campaign of Investment In promising
Taft and Fairbanks It will be. If
the Republican leaders aro beginning
to get together. Oct out your plans
for campaign flags.
vThe Advertiser's anxiety over tho
trial of Leo Let Increases In propor
tion to tho distance of Its main wit
nesses from tho Coast.
No potentate of ancient Hawaii has
ever had a greater honor than that to
which Delegate Kuhlo Is entitled by
reason of the successful campaign for
x The only Indication that Ilryau
has a ghost of n show to bo elected Is
tho extreme effort being made by a
cettaln element of the Democrats to
defeat him for renomlnatlou'.
camp that will advance tho faro to
Denver;. Hrynn Is by all odds tho
proper candidate for Hawaii Demo
crats to supfiort. Thcrcforo bo hon
est and endorse tho man.
true. Tho proposal to withhold en
dorsements, for candidates until the
way the cat will Jump has been de
termined Is weak and cowardly, and
the Democrats of Hawaii who vote
In favor of such a course will as pos
itively put a price on their votes as
they would by declaring that tho
votes may be had by tho Candidate"'
What He Saw At
Mr. C. L. La Rue of Sacramento,
Uaiuornia, who has travelled exten
sively around the world, returned
from Hawaii by the 5. S. "Mauna
Lea" Tuesday of this week; in an in
terview he said:
"Yes, I novo Just been to tho Vol
cano. Wag It worth while? Well!
I should think so; It was worth go
ing around tho world to sco; I would
not have missed It for any consider
ation; it is a spectacular perform
nnco which cannot be described; it Is
so awfully fascinating that ono can
hardly leave it. If my business
would have permitted, I would have
remained thcro a week. Tho wonder
to mo Is that jour Honolulu people
do not mako moro of It; they can't
leallzo tho extent of the present ac
tivity; I understand that hundreds of
rcoplo went up to seo tho flow of
1907, and that It was not a bit moro
attractive than Kilauea Is at tho pres
Everybody returns from the Vol
cano with the same enthusiasm, and
yet Honoltiln has not awakened to
the fact that a great eruption is tak
ing place within twenty-four hours'
travel of her gates.
For information regarding trip an-
WATERHOUSE TRUST C0MFANY,
uor. jeori ana iiercnant sts.,
LEADERS FROM RANKS OF
In following tho pcrsonnl Bkctchos
of Japanese who have gained leading
positions In the business nnd pro
fessional life of Hawaii, readers of
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n have no doubt no
ticed that nulto a proportion came to
tho islands ns contract laborers. Pos
sessed of ambition nnd good brain,
they forged ahead.
Hero we have ancient nnd honor
able American history repeated, as It
has been In the caso of tho Chlnecc.
It Is tho uanio situation ns exists
throughout the mainland with men
of other races and other nationali
ties.' They have como to tho front,
havo grown, developed nnd expanded
under tho Influence of opportunity
land freedom of action ns found In
America, Tho fact that tho start was
made by doing tho most mental labor'
docs not prevent them going ahead.
In Amorlcn, tho workers win.
Populate any town, city, County,
Territory, or State with a preponder
ance of ono class of workers, nnd ns
sure ns tho rising and setting of tho
sun the lenders will sooner or latr
be found among those "who havo
worked their way up."
As well try to hatch 'roosters from
duck eggs as to expect any other re
Contract la'bor or" no contract la
bor, citizen labor laws or no citizen
labor lawn, tho eventual dominating
citizens In any section of our country
will bprlng from tho loins of the peo
ple who nro performing tho labor of
tho Industries from which tho mcas
uro of community prosperity Is
Is now at tho Hnwnllan Office Spec
ialty Co., Ltd., and Is able to cmo all
the Ills and ailments of your Typewrit
er, Cash Kcglstcr, Adding or Number
A llttlu attention will prolong tho
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PEARL HARBOR WORK
(Continued from Vase 1
ncously, or first one and then tho
other will bo completed.
Tho question as to tho appropria
tion Is as to whether It Is n straight
appropriation of the amount of S3,
100,000. or whether the bill ns pass
ed authorizes work to be done to that
amount, he actual appropriations to
follow In lumps later, as was the
caso with some other Government
work done In these Islands.
AV all events, It Is not probable as
matters stand that tho full allow
ance for the dredging work as stated
In estimates made was allowed. Tho
engineers In this place, It will bo ro-
mcinbcrcd, placed the estimates for
this work nt about two and n half
million dollars', nnd the original al
lowance made was only 1050,000.
Assuming that a part of the appro
priation as cabled Is for tho drv
docks, tho two and a half millions
for tho opening of the channel could
hardly havo all been allowed.
Captain Itees, cmmmtmlnnt nt tho
nnval station, said this morning that
he had not sufficient Information to
mako n- statement In regard to tho
matter nnd did not know when work
would bo begun, how It would bo be
gun, or anything of the sort.
However, It Is probable that tho
construction of tho dry dock nnd
other work will he In chaigc of n
unvnl construction man, who will bo
sent hero for that put pose. It Is Ju.it
possible that the naval men will call
on the engineering department to do
tho dredging work, but this Is a mat
ter which will have to bo settled In
Some of tho work will doubtless bo
dono by contract, even If the big Jobs
will bo directly in charge, probably.
of tho Government naval construc
tion man, .
At all events, the Pearl Haibm
work Is authoilzcd, nnd work mutt
soon begin,' bids bo opened, contracts
for construction let, and things set
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School-
Church Fi'.rn, Co.'s International, i
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved ,
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Seats, latest improved de
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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Now It nppears that tho leaders of
tho Republican party agrco with tho
Idea that Taft Is a "big American."
Ono of tho kind that realizes tho slro
und Importance of tho country.
Someone suggests that an nrhltra-
tlon treaty docs not stop war. Cer-i
talnly not. To get right down to
first principles, nothing under heaven
can stop a war hut tho prospect of a
good "licking" and common sense.
Congress ought to vote Roosevelt
Ills "appropriation for tho Investiga
tion of opium in tho Orient. That's
harmless. Investigation of tho Paper
Trust, nearer homo, Is dangerous,
nnd ought to bo delayed, of c'ourBP.
Ilrown's alleged candidacy has
been dug up again as n stalklng
horso for tho criminal campaigner.
So many people have found that they
elected someone olso when they voted
for laukea that llrown or any other
Republican of ability and backbone
could easily bo elected.
Tho best way to check anarchy Is
to create perfect equality under tho
law. Then tho little thief who looks
through prison bars at the big thief
rolling In comfort nnd luxurious ic.
' Biiectablllty will bo less inclined to
decide that Bomcono ought to bo kill
ed as a corrective.
McDrldo's nil right. According to
thJ Interpretation of ono of his ca
blegrams ho saw all tho admirals ond
nil the officers of the Kloet in two
days and found them unnhlmous. A
man who can cover so much Ground
10 1 1 iJFTERo
Henry Villa states that tho Adver
tiser refused to publish tho follow
Editor Advertiser: Referring to
an article on grnrt in tho editorial
column of tho Advortlscr of today's
Issuo In which It states, "Tho public
will remember that, when tho now
pollco camo Into otllcc, tho present
Hoard of Supervisors Interfered to
keep laukea from discharging all the
old force. It demanded that a large
number of Republicans Ilrown-Vlda
men should bo kept on tho rolls."
Now, Mr. Kill tor, will you kindly
Inform tho public in your Issue of
tomorrow who these graftors nro nnd
If any ot them nre the BO-callcd
Hrown-Vldn men, who aro etcploycd
by laukea today.
IIKNRY C. VIDA.
Honolulu, May 11, 190R,
moving at,a faslj lick.
The wblM.'.wlll extend, In all prob
ability, over -a term of years, eo that
several Congresses will havo a try at
the nppiopYlation part of It. This Is
one of thq reasons for thinking that
this Congress may be planning to
hand tho appropriation out In pieces.
In connection with the incssago an
nouncing that this appropriation had
passed, another was received, an-
nouncln&Ho' appropriation of $7r,
000. fonWilghtrm Kauai, either on
Kilauea Point, or such other place ns
may be determined, tho latltudo be
ing allowed, as It Is possible that tho
placp for tho light may be fixed on
ns Mann, on tho other side of the
Island from Klnuca. Some of the
vessels sailing near Kauai come In
between Nilhau and Onliu, but othots
go to tho wlndwnrd of tho Island,
and for this reason It Is an open
question as to whero tho light is
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modern cottage $3200,
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Pacific. Heights, modern bunga
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Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
President Cooper of tho Hawaii Col
logo Hoard of Regents received a let
ter In tho Alameda mall staling that
F. S. Earle Is hvallablo for tho por
tion of President of the College. Mr.
Karle Is now In Cuba and nt vat Ions
times has been sought by tho Itegenis
but ho has always had some other
call. Ho can now bo hud If tho Balmy
Is right. Tho question now Is wheth
er Itegents Hosmor nnd Gartlcy. wlu
nro in Washington, havo made at-
rangenicnlB with Mr. Gllmore.
Editor Shcba Is suing Ed. Town
send, a member of tho pollen forco,
for S17.ri, for money loaned on a prom
issory note. Tho papers were this
morning placed with High Sheriff
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