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nVENINO ITOMjETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATtinOAY, TONE 20, 1008.
E VENIWG BULLETIN
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Ono hundred thousand Kiirojicim
Immigrants ami otio hundred thou
sand tourists (or Hawaii would solve
tliu labor und the financial, and the
moral and tho civic and the Interna
tional problems ot Hawaii on tho
American plan, and no ono'u ox would
Secretary Garfield has furnished n
very excellent response, to tho crowd
that Is doing Its utmost to discredit
the campaign for Kuropean labor:
"Wo want constructive criticism, not
destructive" Calling the Kuropean
Immigrants names doesn't Qt the constructive-criticism
plan at any stage
o( the proceedings.
Hawaii won the only fight that It
had to Quthc In the National Repub
lican Convention, and thereby more
firmly established Its claim to be con
nldcred as every other Territory of
the United States and treated as a
part of tho United States.
The strugglo which tho delegates
this year brought to a successful con
clusion was begun four years ago by
Governor Carter and his associates.
Although they were not then success
ful, they mado a good start, and
should bo given credit. The incident
nlsu proves that it pays to keep up
tho fight when your causo Is Just.
Tho equality of Hawaii with tho
TeYrltorlcs of the mainland is firmly
established and tho first step toward
Statehood has been made. Although
many years may elapse before tho
next Is taken, tho advantage will not
bo lost ns tho years roll by and op
GARFIELD'S GREAT SPEECH.
Secretary Garfield has won tho peo
ple of Hawaii mure completely than
any member of tho Cabinet who has
ever visited the Islands.
His address beforo the business
men of tho city at tho Commercial
Club on Friday was pithy with sug
gestion and, although ho had to deal
in generalities on many subjects.
there, was no doubt In tho mind of
his hearers as to what ho Is driving
nt. Ills words bare the Impress of
deep sincerity nnd his desire to got
tit tho facts Is not tempered by the
personality ot tho medium by which
they arrive this Is true In spite of
the care with which ho has been sur
rounded. ' The very hasty trip which Mr. Car
flcld is making through tho Islands
will not enable him to got at the
bottom of everything. In fact, he will
see tho outer edge only nnd must
wait for further information and In
vestigation before ho can form a fin
nl, fair opinion. Hut he will obtain
t.omethlng ot tho atmosphere nt Ha
waii; a llrst-hand acquaintance with
some of Its people, nnd a long-dU-tance
knowledge ot others.
It Is pleasing to the people who
hafjo watched his rapid progress to
have htm frankly state that he does
not consider his trip ono of Investi
gation and ho docs not wish to glvo
the Impression that ho knows it all
nfter touching so hastily on such it
great variety of topics,
Mr. Garfield furthermore makc3 no
effort to gloss over tho responsibili
ties of our citizens In their relation
wlt,h tho International affairs of tho
country. His statements in this re
spect should not bo forgotten In tho
glorification ovpr tho very happy
manner in which ho dressed tho Idea.
He Is direct without being blunt, nnd
Ills suggestion should carry tho ef
fect of direction whon so obviously
oxprosHjng tho sentiment of our fellow-citizens
on tho mainland.
Tho key-note ot tho address was
his warning ngalnst destructive criti
cism nnd the personal blckcrlag, tho
underlying purpose of which Is to
.wrock Institutions and reputations
rather than work for tho common
.good of tho common people.
Mr. Garfield haB no doubt seen
enough of this to cause him to feel
that the warning was timely, though
the principle Is a good ono to expound
HTho benefits of bettor understand
ing Is tho main thing that our
country can credit to Us account ns a
result of Mr. Garfield's tour. ThW
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s... JUNE 20, 1008
was the principal result of tho Con
When the people of thl3 outpost
understand tho spirit of the maln
lnudcrs, and they In turn know more
of what we are driving at and how
much we have to conquer, there will
bo mom of real Americanism and less
destructive criticism In Hawaii.
0DR NEW NAVAL POLICY.
In tho general excitement ot the
contest for four battleships made dur
ing the last session of Congress, many
ot our people lost sight of tho fact
that, nlthough the President wns ap
parently dofeated, the country has es
tablished a grcatcr-uavy policy not
likely to bo overthrown, though the
personnel and t,he politics of tho Fed
eral Administration change.
Tho President, representing the ex
ecutive administration, did not get
tho four battleships but he secured
Immediato appropriation for two ot
tho most modern type. This Is a gain
over former years when the warships
hnvo been authorized at ono session
nnd the appropriation mado during
The totnl appropriation of $123,
llS.G.'ft, for the nnvy Is nearly five
sixths tho cost of the Urltlsh navy,
almost twice tho cost ot any othef
navy In tho world hitherto, nnd flftj
per cent, more than any navy Is ex
pected to cost next year.
This, however, was not tiio limit
of the victory for a nnvy appropriate
to tho slzo and Importance ot tho
country. Doforo tho vote was taken
tho Senate leaders practically pledged
themselves to a permanent program
of two battleships a year. It Is tho
llrst time thnt anything llko n sys
tematic policy has ever been ndopted
' rfbnolulu Hawaii.
FOR a few days only we will offer
a house and lot at Kapahulu for
800. Size of lot ll.UOO sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
KAPAHULU Lot 11,000 sq. ft.
Two bedroom cottage $1,100,
PUNCHBOWL SLOPE Prospect St.
Lot 75 x 125. Two story, 3 bed
room house, Lot well planted
with fruit trees $4,000,
MAN0A VALLEY Lot 100x150,
Two-bedroom cottage ....$2,800.
PAWAA, King St. Lot 75x140.
Two-story, four bedroom house
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
We have for sale in up
per Nuuanu Valley 14
acres of land with
house containing nil
The property is locat
ed on tiic main road.
Arc you looking for
such a property?
If tho pledge is carried out It will
mean that wo Bhall have forty battle
ships ready for servlco by tho tlmo
tho I'annma Canal Is completed, and
that this number will ho steadily
maintained thereafter. This entire
forco will be available for service at
three weeks' notice In cither ocean.
This means a great Navy for a
great country. More important than
this, It means Xntlonal ability to pro
tect our Interests, so that second-class
Powers shall not be considered dan
gerous. BASEBALL EXTRA
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stop to first. J. Fernandez strikes
Alt. Williams walks. Ho steels sec
ond. En Geo strikes out. Glcasou
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walks, llruns grounds to llrst and
Is put out. Gleason Is advanced ono
base. Davis throws the ball to second
to catch Gleason. Williams comes
homo on tho play nnd Glcasou Is safe
on Bccond. Kn Suo struck out.
Sam ChllllnKworth Is out second to
first. H. Chllllngwovth Men out to
shortstop. Olmos strikes out.
lltlshni'll cetn hit llimuRh- o'.iort
stop. Ho steels second. Jim Wil
liams strikes out. Joy files out to
right field. Iluslinell advances ono
base, Aylett files out to second.
!. Fernandez bunts nnd beats tho
ball out to first. Ho steals second
Kvcrs gets a two base hit to right
field and brings Fernandez homo.
Louis grounded out to first in n sac
tlflco, Kvers takes third .oh his play.
Davis strikes out. Leslie is safe at
first on Jim Williams' error and Kvers
comes home. Lesllo steals second. J.
Fernandez gets a slnglo to left field,
advancing Lesllo to third. Ho steals
second. S. Chllllngworth gets a two
baso hit to center field, nnd brings
Lesllo und J. Fernandez home. H.
Chllllngwcrth grounds to pitcher and
Where Do You Spend
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covering a stay ot nine days nt the
Volcano House, and transportation to
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To the business man or woman,
looking for rest nnd recreation, tho
Volcano In Its present Intense activ
ity, tho many points of Interest in Its
neighborhood, and the rool, Invigor
ating atmosphere of the mountain nt
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This is an especially good
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Is nut nt first.
l.ct1lc ami .1. Fernandez. II, Chilling-
worth grounds to pitcher und Is out
Alf, Williams takes second on an
overthrown from Sam Chllllngworth.
En Geo bunts and beats the ball oht
to first. Gleason bunts to pitcher nnd
everybody Is rnfo on n fielder's choice.
Iiruns Is out second to first and All.
Williams Is brought home. Kit Gee
comes home on n passed hall. Kit
Sue bimtB nnd goes to second, ilusli
nell files out on n foul tn first. Glea
son tries to steal homo Is struck by
the ball and is snfo nt homo. SulH1
van (batting for Jim Williams) Is
struck by a pitched ball nnd takes
first. Joy gets a slnglo over center
field, scoring Kn Suo. Aylett walks.
Alf, Williams lies out to right field.
Olmos Is out pitcher to first. I-..
Fernandez gets n hit to left field.
Evcrs sacrifices. Louis gets n 3 nag
ger over cenlcr flold scoring Fernan
dez. Davis Hies out to left field.
EIGHTH INNING ,
Kn Gee lllcs out to third. Gleason
works tho pitcher for n walk. Ho Is
caught playing out from first. Iiruns
Leslie Is safe nt first on Sullivan s
error. J. Fernandez files out on a
foul to Joy. Snm Chllllngworth gets
n 3 bagger to center field, scores Les
llo. H. Chllllngworth flics out to sec
ond and' Sam Chllllngworth comes
homo on n wild throw. Olmos files
out to Kn Sue.
Kn Sue walks. Iluslinell sacrifices.
Sullivan strikes out. Kn Sue comes
homo on n passed ball. Joy walks.
Aylett 11103 out to right field.
KNUDSEN WILL GO
Tho Secretary of the Interior, Mr.
Garfield, will he accompanied on his
trip to Kauai by A. F. Knudscn, who
comes down from tho Garden Islo tq
meet him here.
Tho Governor nnd Mr. Garfield will
ho back In this city on Thursday, tak
ing out the St. Louis for Kauai on
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS
DOES ITSELF CREDIT
The commencement exercises, of tho
Honolulu High School were held last
night at the Knights of Pythlns hall,
which was fittingly decorated for the
occasion. The attendance was large
and thoso who attended greatly en
joyed tho ,program,, which wns con
ducted without n hitch.
The address by Judge S. 1). Dola
was especially Instructive. Miss
Marguerite Creighton, the valedicto
rian, carried her part well nnd was
tho recipient ot many congratula
tions. Ono ot tho most interesting
parts of tho program was tho read
ing of an essay on "What the Pan
ntua Canal Will Do for Honolulu,"
by Samuel. Wilder- Wight. H con-
Sealed tendors will be received by
the President of tho Hoard ot Re
gents, College of Hawaii, at his of
fice in tho Judd Ilulldlng, to be open
ed nt 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Juno
29th, 1908, for sale to the College
ot Hawaii ot cortaln books and peri
odicals. Copies-of the Schedules des
ignating tho books and periodicals
required may bo had of the Presi
dent. Illds must specify tho edition nnd
publisher's nnnie. No bid will bo re
ceived unless tho same Is for all the
books required In accordance with
some one Schedule. Hids must be fig
ured in1 total sums for the books re
quired by each Schedule.
The Board ot. Regents reserves the
right to.rojoct any and all bids.
HENRY E. COOPER,
President, Hoard of Regents.
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Fabrics Specially Wovtn
1 inch or 2 inch Bat Wings
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Fabrics should be sdft and smooth
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Library Bureau Outfits
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Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
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Desks and Seats, latest improved de
signs. Estimates given. Import to order.
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
yon don't appreciate very much be
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Feathers and Hats Are Arrived,
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
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King Street, near Bethel.
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
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MISSION FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
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and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, farttculas at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
and cloth 'of A-l quality can be put-,
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