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Let us not glvo up tho sixteen bat
tleships for Honolulu without u
Hawaii may consider Itself ory
lucky thut It got In under the llbcrul
appropriation wlro before the Na
tlonal Treasury deficit of our billion
dollar country became. ery Impros
slve. Reports from the mainland that
money Is plenty but times ure hard,
Indicate that partlian workers will
not lack for audiences demanding
that the road back to prosperity shall
be pointed out.
The whole State of Maine get
something like $359,000. In the public-building
appropriation bill, and
the people are as pleased as a kid
with a new toy. Honolulu ought to
at least smile over Its 1850,000.
With the record of Pearl Harbor
begun and the top-notch appropria
tion for Honolulu's public bulldln,g,
Un't It about time for the man who
wonders whether Delegate Kuhlo can
be elected, to fade away Into discus
sion of other topics?
The return of more than a hun
dred Portuguese In the recent trips
of the Alameda cause more real Joy
among the people of the Territory
than all tho Hindus who might float
In during six months. The "people"
want 'to see homo-builders'., '
When deciding land questions,
why not adopt Secretary Garfield's
method of drawing 1oIb7 His ex
periment was dubbed a gamble, but
the disappointed ones were unable to
charge favoritism, which Is the con
stant cry that goes up In these Isl
ands. Secretary Mefcalf Is to be congrat
ulated on having changed his mind
on Pearl-Harbor matters. Whether
he did so on order from the Presi
dent or because of the obvious pur
pose of the United States Congress,
we shall allow Fudge and Fudgedoo-
die to argue out In ponderous phrase
and numerous slaps on the wrist.
Oentlemen bondholders what
are you doing with all the money
that Is coming Into jour pockets as
a result of the abundant harvest and
Are you using It to promote the
further development of Hawaii?
We know that one man "Jim"
Castle can answer this in the af
firmative. How about tho others?
SPEED AT PURL H1RB0R.
The ginger which characterises tho
movements of the men who have ar
rived in Honolulu to carry forward
the work on Pearl Harbor Is mighty
refreshing. It shows how the Feder
al Government goes at a large and
Important project, once tho members
of Congress furnish the wherewithal
From the very outset not a moment
has been wasted. Tho superintend
lng engineer loses no time seeing
the sights of the city or making the
acquaintance of the people. Landing
on the wharf in the early morning,
the afternoon finds him with his as
sistants on the ground at Pearl Irftr
bor, and sizing up the situation at
That Is business, and the people
a like It. Good, snappy action of this
character compensates In some de
gree for tho long years of waiting for
the real Importance of Pearl Harbor
to dawn on the minds of the Ameri
i The operations now going on at
the harbor are the beginning of a
new era In the history of Hawaii
and the Pacific ocean. That this city
will immediately feel the influence
ot the sudden Pearl-Harbor Impulso
will depend entirely on tho speed
with which It Is posslblo to carry for
ward trie construction and assemble
the largo force of labor that sooner
or later must be employed.
De the immediate results what
they may, there Is not the slightest
' doubt of the effect of tho harbor de
velopment on the comparatively noar
future of this city and the Territory.
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Pel Year, au)uhere In Canada . I. Wo
Per Year poatpald, forelc" 3.uo
ice, - 250
Enirrtil at the PoetolTiCf at Honolulu
at nfcoitd cIkm mittr.
JUNE 2, 1908
It racing progress. It means hot
ter facilities for more shipping. It
means population. It means nil that
comes to a community In tho center
of things. More responsibilities, to
bo sure, and possibly more troubles,
hut also more of tho growth that
makes Ufa worth tho living.
There Is no doubt that the execu
tho officers of tho Government are
most earnestly engaged In the effort
to distribute the great mass of Immi
grants nrrlvtng at Eastern ports
among tho districts where thoy are
When Commissioner Wheeler, tho
newly appointed officer of the De
partment of Commerce and Labor,
went cast some weeks ago ho gave
out an Interview In which particular
reference was made to tho value ol
tho European Immigrant to Califor
nia and the Pacific Coast. Returned
from Washington, ho has renewed
his talk of tho European for the Pa
cific Coast and dwells on tho effort ot
tho Government to get tho Immi
grants Into tho country and on tho
farms where they will have work for
which they are adapted.
This work of which Wheeler
speaks, and to wBlch Mr. Powderley
Is devoting his experience and ener
gy, Is the mainspring ot the program
mapped out by the Hawaiian Iloard
ot Immigration, of which Mr. Trcnor
is tho ncttvo agent.
Once the tido-of Immigration is
started westward along routes that
will land tho European on tho west
Coast with reasonable certainty, tho
prospect for Hawaii gaining people
from mainland sources who will work
Is very much Improved.
Let us hope thnt Commissioner
Wheeler will continue his promotion
talk and thus stir our Pacific
Coast friends to action. With such
actlvo and moral support, it should
be possible during n comparatively
few years to bring these Islands, far
thest distant from European centers,
within tho limits ot the natural im
Tho European Is salvation to Ha
waii as well as California.
Wu Ting Fang; Chinese Minister to
the United States, spoke In New
York In aid of tho establishment of n
Confucian society. It Is planned to
build a Confucian temple there.
A company of the Ohio National
Guard has been sent from Columbus,
O., to tho tobacco district in Drown
County to suppress night-riders.
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Kalakana Avenue ...185,00
Nuuanu Valley U6.00
Pensaoola Street 535.00
Matlock Avenue 120.00
Kinau Street 130.00
Lunalilo Street $20.00
Ke-.jjlo Street f $20.00
King Street $15.00
Hackfeld Street $20.00
Emma Street $50.00
Matlock Avenue j. . .' $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Victoria Street $35.00
Mililani Street $20.00
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CLAIMS THAT NOTLEY
Notley Offers to Pay the Sum of $1000
If the Accusation Is
The owners of tho Homo Rule or
gan and Ko Aloha Alna arc on the
warpath, the matter which brought
about the trouble being the annexa
tion ot tho Hawaiian Islands to the
Some time ago the Ke Aloha Alna
published an nrtlclo stating, among
other things, that Chas. K. Notley,
president of tho Home Rulo party.
was among thoso who signed a peti
tion favoring the annexation ot tho
Hawaiian Islands to the United
States of America.
Notley challenged tho Ke Aloha
Alna to produce proof of his signa
ture to any annexation petition, of
fering to pay the Ke Aloha Alna 1,-
000 If It could do It. Mrs. Nawahl,
the proprietress of the Ko Aloha
Alna, would say very llttlo about the
controversy today. She Bald, how
ever that she would write another
nrtlclo on the subject some time this
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reports of scientifically conducted tests
in a largo variety nf canon, slionlnic 87
per cent of reco erics In llieso hitherto
This booklet Is for thoughtful people
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Daniel Frohman, president of tho
Actors' Fund of America, which hold
Its annual meeting in Now York, told
thoso assembled that tho fund In Us
twcnty-Beven years of existence, had
disbursed moro than $1,000,000 to tho
needy, but that tho last year showed
a deficit of $27,000. I
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Mrs. Mary Dakcr G. Eddy, head of
tho Chrlstlnn Science church, has
transferred to hor trustees, Henry M.
Baker, Joslah H. Fernnld and Arch
ibald McLellan, tho extenslvo estate
on which alio lives nt Chestnut Hill,
near Iloston, ,
For Yonr Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in itrinea onlv.
We hare two pattern in each of
we following colon:
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WHITE WITH BLUB;
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O'DAY TO WRITE
- HAWAIIAN NOVEL
Will Depart Tomorrow
But May Soon
"Tito Hawaiian" will bo Iho tlllo of
n novel which Dr. .1 Cm is O'Dny will
wrlto nn his leturti to tho mainland.
Ho nnd Mrs. O'Dny will leave tomor
row In tho Alameila.
"During the two months I have been
here t have laid the groundwork tor n
novel, which I shall eiitltlo "Tho Ha
wnllnn," said Dr. O'Day this after
noon. "I hope to bring out tho big
ness ot henit, tho honesty of purpose
nnd tho spirit of true appreciation
which I hno found so characteristic
of the Hawaiian people.
"It Is probablo thut I shall rcturr
to Hawaii during tho latter part ol
tho year, in which caso I shall go Into
partnership with Dr. C. 11. Cooper,
with whom I have been practicing
during my stay here."
Dr. O'Day has during the past eight
years been located In Pittsburg
where ho practiced his profession,
making n specialty of surgery and dis
eases of women. Ho was teacher of
anntomy at tho Western Pennsylvania
Training school, and ban written n
w-ork on diseases of chlldicn caused
from artificial feeding. He Is a grad
uate of tho University of Ohld, where
he took a classical course, and ol the
Collego of Physicians and Surgeons ol
Chicago, lie Is n prominent mombcr
of tho American Medical Association
of which ho was nt ono time n trustee.
"The Hawaiian" will not bo Dr.
O'Day'u first attempt nt novel writ
ing. Ho has during his vparo time
written three successful novels. "The
Thieo Doctors." "Tho Morphine
Klend," and "Oil Wells In the Woods."
the latter, which Is his latest work,
being a romanco of the oil fields.
Captain, Charles Parks, Civil Engi
neer, U. S. N called on Acting Gov
ernor Mott-Snilth and United States
Attorney llreckons this morning ro
gnrdlngitho, wflrk,on Pearl Harbor.
Captain Parks wjll superintend the
greater pnrt-of-tiio early work.
Thonioli .point of his calls was to
the effect tlmt tho Pearl' Harbor wot It
would bo rushed through with oveiy
posslblo bit of speed. Everything
will bo made ready for construction
work to begin, not a thing that might
retard tho work after It has been
onco started will be left unattended
and It Is proposed to have matters
In such n condition' by the time of
tho arrival of the Fleet that tho
Schrocder Hoard can bo assembled
und -acquainted with the facts and
conditions Immediately, nnd sugges
tions thus can bo mado. When this
Iloard Is assembled everything con
cerning the speedy completion of tho
work will bo determined.
It Is a fact worthy of mention that
the Pearl Harbor-bill was patsed on
May 13th, npproved the samo day,
and now. In less thnn a month, tho
engineers nro on hand ready to carry
the work through which, means so
much for Hawaii and the whole Pa
"Speed" will ho the watchword, It
Is said, nnd It Is therefore to bo ex
pected thnt tho work will be com-
ndetcd In a much shorter tlmo than
a great many pcoplo haveexpected.
Bulletin Butinott Oftce Fhone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Fhone 185.
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concerns out of business. Prices,
which have been unusually low for
the Inst two months, tiro scheduled
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nlnco tho quarterly meeting of tho
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row developed between tho Eastern
and Western manufacturers over
certain patent rights claimed by the
former. At a tesult of the row tho
"gentlemen's ugreement" which was
said to exist to legulate prices was
abiosated, and it warning given thnt
after .lime 1st no quarter would ho
Bhown. The nsiuchttlon Is composed
of flfty-sU manufacturers nnd rcpie
Bents n capitalization of about $C00,
000,000. New York, N. Y Mny 1 1. nictt
nrd Crokcr's (laughter. Ethel, has re
fused two offers of mnrrlago from
members of tho nobility, one reject
ed suitor being nn English nobleman
and the other nn Italian Prince
"Thcro aie too many fine Amorlcan
men light here In our own cauutiy,"
she said today. She declined to giro
tho names ot her foreign suitors.
Mrs. Crokcr said; "Thcro wns real
ly nothing objectionable about tho
Prince. Ho wns vory wealthy, nnd
the family wcro much taken with
Ethel, hut the said of Jilni, ns ot nil
others, 'Very nice, ninmmn, hut I
don't think I euro to marry n fm
elgncr.' "Last year In London there was a
jounp, English nobleman who wns
very nttcntlvo to Kthcl nlso. Ho nnd
his mother tried to persuade us to
huvo Ethel presented nt Court, hut
tho child refused."
Tho closing exercises ot Knwnlahno
Seminary will take placo on Friday,'
Juno 5th, nt 7:30 p. in., in the hem
Inary chapel. Owing to tho extension
of tho couipo of study this year Into
High School work, thoto will bo no
graduates; tho exercises will tnso the
form of n recital of music. No printed
Imltatlonu mo Issued; nil Interested
will bo welcome.
Ail Investigation was held nt the
Nnvnl Station this morning befoio
Lieutenant Cnmmitmlcr Carter, on tho
mntter of tho escape) of Marine Castle
berry from the brig nt Camp Very.
Tho blame was fixed on tho corporal
of tho guard, who was absent at the
post hospital nt tho tlmo of tho escape.
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