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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., THUnSDAV, JUNE 25, 1001.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
DiQy erery day except Sunday. Weekly limed on Tnesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Wallace R. Rarrlnjrton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION SATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ptr Month, anyhreln US. .. .78
Per Quarter, tnyvrhett In U.S 3uu
Per Year, anv liere In U S ... H.uo
Per Ycir, poitpaid, foreign, . 13. oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
np ( Editorial Rooms,
THURSDAY JUNE 25, 1008
If Garfield will get out nntl run n; common sonso slinll prevail ngnlnst
foot-race Just to show that lie la still fanaticism, lie will Improve the con
In condition, his capture of the crowd dltlon of t ho community and Rain tho
will be complete.
Here's where the people get one on
the Chamber of Commerce, Garfield
could afford to miss tho Chamber
'meeting but not the people assembled
at Aala Park.
It Is a safe wager that Secretary
Garfield did not find a slnglo locality
throughout his tour where the Euro
pean Immigrant would not bo a pro
moter of Territorial and American
As more dividends are announced
the Stock Exchange responds with a
general depression of prices. Is It
not so that conditions in Hawaii are
peculiar mighty peculiar! ALL
Judging from the reports coming
In to the II u 1 1 o t i n , Honolulu nl
rcady has a Berloup automobile prob
lem In protecting the lives of pedes
trians. Autospcedlnltls rockllnensis
Is becoming epidemic.
Honolulu Is not the only one that
haggles some over the Fleet. Down
in Sydney they are urging the people
to treat the "Jackles" of the British
ships with as much enthusiasm as tho
men from our ships.
Sherman has mado a poor start for
Vice Presidential honors. He may
feel quite equal to the duties of the
future, but there is no doubt that his
political opponents will aggravate his
physical disabilities to the utmost.
Early drafts of tho Republican
platform made no reference to Ha
waii when reviewing conditions In
the Island "possessions." They are
are learning gradually to place tho
Territory of Hawaii In its proper Ter
Sunday baseball has been found a
moral agent. Will some of the peo
ple who thought differently, when
the fight was on, kindly recall that
there are other points on which the
Average Citizen ls'equally correct In
Between requests to keep out ref
erence to automobile accidents, di
vorce, and other court proceedings,
the newspapers are having a glorious
time In making private arguments on
whether the real province of a news
paper Is to suppress the news.
In about two years Mr. Dickey will
be due to admit that boxing Is not
prize-lighting, nnd he believes In it
after all. Dut what n time we are
having to convince fellows like Dick
ey against their will, and what a
price Honolulu Is paying for their
It Ib all right to bring in new and
popular brands of coffee, but the cor
rect Ideal will not be satisfied till Ha
waiian coffee as a highest-class brand
Is known throughout the mainland
market. Hawaii should advertise
and popularize Its products as Cali
fornia has done.
What Garfield said to the planters
would be the most Interesting. At
that meeting he was talking to the
even men who, according to Link
McCandless, give orders for every
thing that Is done In the Territory of
Hawaii, and no one but Link
dares to say them nay.
The Bulletin has done Its beet
to obtain authoritative confirmation
of the report that Borne of our fanati
cal friends urged the commanders of
Visiting warships to hold their men
In check. The statements, frcoly
made, have not been confirmed. Thero
Is no doubt, however, that there
Ib a change from earlier days
in the attitude of ships of the Navy
toward the city of Honolulu. Nino
of ten Average Citizens in tho town
are satisfied that the real or imagined
chans la due to the extreme effortB
made' by certain of our own citizens
to prove Honolulu the raw edge of
a bell-hole, and lmprovo It for tho
benefit of tho Fleet. When the Aver
age .Citizen arises and demands that
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DIOKBY'S CONVERSION AND TBB
Sir. Dickey's acknowledgment of
conversion to the Sunday-baseball
Idea should huvo a good effect on
borne of tho citizens of Honolulu who
arc very much disposed to scorn the
"liberal" Ideas of tho Average Citi
zen, When Sunday baseball was first
proposed the advocates of this health
ful pastlmo on the Sabbath were put
down by many of Mr. Dickey's asso
ciates as dangerous persons. They
were considered DAD indeed, for they
were proposing to desecrate the Sab
bath day, and disturb the quiet of
their fellow citizens.
Now these Average Citizens wcro
not bad; they wero not intending to
disturb anyone; they were not sin
ners. They were exercising their com
mon sense and knowledge of human
nature In dealing with exact condi
tions. They were Just as honest, just
as sincere as any of those by whom
they were so harshly criticised. They
are as good, perhaps better, citizens
than 'some of their critics.
We make reference to this, and
call especial attention to the expe
rience of Mr. Dickey, because thero
are other matters of public morals on
which the Average Citizen of the
city of Honolulu has been most bit
terly assailed by tho strict construe-
FOR a few days only we will offer
a house and lot at Kapahulu for
800. Size of lot 11,000 sq. ft. Two
bedroom cottage. Former asking
Building lot on Pacific
Heights. One-half acre. Ex
tensive ''view of city and
Building lot in Manoa
Valley. One of the most de
sirable lots left on the up
per levels. Area of about
an acre. $1600.
House and lot on Pros
pect Street. Modern house,
and lot 75x125. Planted
with choice fruits and
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
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tionlsts and high-tension or fanatical
The Average Citizen is as certainly
RIGHT in his attltudo toward the
more recent moral problems ns ho
was on Sunday baseball.
It Is sometimes hard to determine
which Is the more deserving of crltl
clsm the two or three fanatics and
their scheming satellites who set out
to reform everything and everybody
In seven days, or the Average Citi
zens who know that the fanatics aro
wrong injuring themselves and In
juring the town but still let them
go on with their program of Intoler
nncc and outrageous conduct.
The Average Citizen, assisted by
the 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n , put tho Sunday
baseball project through, and those
who cursed tho combination for its
evil work have come to praise it.
-Taking this for a text, let us re
member that there Is no set of per
sons that possesses monopoly of
righteousness or community decency.
The safest level for any city to fol
low Is the sentiment of the Average
Citizen, or, as San Francisco has put
Jt, the Second-Ucst Citizen the man
who Is respectable and self-respecting,
who doesn't assume to sit In
Judgment on his fellow-men, but
lores his home, his family, and wants
to see them properly protected, who
is liberal and decent.
It the Average Citizen will take
command of this town, as he should
do, the conditions will bo much more
catisfactory to those who live hero
and those who may come. Today tho
fanatics hold very complete sway.
Fanaticism Is ruinous, and Hono
lulu has enjoyed a surfeit.
WhereDo You Spend
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SUMMER AT the VOLCANO HOUSE.
For three months, beginning June
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covering a stay of nine days at the
Volcano House, and transportation to
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To the business man or woman,
looking for rest nnd recreation, the
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neighborhood, and the cool, lnvlgor
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that altitude (4200 ft.), together
with the comforts of a first-class hos'
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fer unusual attractions as a place to
Bpend the summer vacation.
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This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
13 LANDINGS BEING
Thirteen Inndlngs nro being built
for uso on tho waterfront whllo tho
Fleet la hero. Tho flint of them w.ts
completed nnd put Into tho water to
dny. Tliesck, are to bo used for tho
small boats of tho Iluot, mlilltlutial la
the boat landing at tho foot of KOrt
street, which Is now sufficient for tho
ticcdB of tho harbor.
it Is the present plan to have llieso
Moats tied up around tho Fort stiect
and Alakcn wharves.
Tho small boats from all tho Blilps
will probably keep everything in tho
way of landings busy.
PEARL HARBOR WORK
Tho coal shed which suffered most
in tho flro at tho Naval Station Is be
ing torn down, tho good lumber In It
to bo Bent to l'carl Harbor, nnd tho
rest to ho sold about town. Tho nolle
Ib undor tho direction of Mr. Parks.
A flout Is also being built, to lo used
or n boat landing at Pearl Harbor. It
is to bo tied up in tho East lock, at
a point to which It Is thought tho rail
toad company Is soon to build n spur
for the'purposo of handling freight. It
will bo tho only landing In tho harbor.
(Continued from Page 1)
tary Garfield through Hawaii
"Tho affair at Napoopoo was one
of tho finest that I have ever attend
ed. The lunu was u most excellent
one, nnd although we arrived much
behind schedule tlmo on account nt
bicakdowns nnd one thing and an
other a good-sized crowd of people
was there till a lato hour.
"Tho Secretary In his remarks to
tho people impressed his hearers with
the fact that we in the Islands must
look out for ourselves; that is, we
mu8( not lean too heavily on the Fed
eral Government. Thero nro somo
things tho Federal Government can
do for us through tho Interior De
partment and the Agricultural Bu
reaus, but the development of tho
Islands Is In the hands of the people
"Tho Secretary dwelt particularly
on the Individual responsibility of
the citizen. He noted that the fran
chise Is n privilege rather than a
right, and should be exercised with
care and a due regard for tho respon
sibilities of citizenship.
"Tho trip through tho upper sec
tions of Maul was a speedy one but
we covered the whole Itinerary
planned fob' tho party. We went
through Nahiku In the rain nnd wet
nnd on alorig'the coast through Mil
kawao, up Ualeaksla, on to Puuneno
and Kahului nnd Wnlluku. 'On this
part of tho ,trlp we wcro right up, to
"At Walluku everything was ready
and waiting for the Secretary. The
people were assembled at tho court
houso and ess than fivo minutes aft
er the nutos arrived, the Secretary
was on tho platform and the program
"The Secretary In Ills speeches was
very direct and spoke to tho point.
While dealing In generalities to nn
extent, ho was not ambiguous in th(
"From Walluku wo went to La
halna and had n very pleasant dinner
at Manager Ilatkhauscn's home.
Thero was not much of an assembly
at Lahalna, im the peoplo evidently
had not had notice or were not Bitre
as to tho time of arrival.
"I should say that tho Secretary is
pleased with what ho has seen and
there is no doubt that he has seen a
great deal In u limited time. He Is n
very Keen observer.
"I Know I enjoyed the trip nnd
most of those who went did. i Some
sections of It wero a little too rough
for ono or two."
IF YOUR WATCH
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will.not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
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We will GUARANTEE YOU
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bring your watch to us.
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The handsomest assortment of BELTS ever offered
to Honolulu men. Belts, Plain and Fancy, of
Russia, Seal, Calf, Morocco, and
New White Leather Beits
Great variety of shades and styles. You're sure to
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M. M'Inerny, Ltd., Fort and
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho other Islands, from which Gov
ernor Frcnr, Stcrotniy (InrMd and
l.uly havo Just returned.
"First of nil," nald Mr. Pratt, "ho It
Jolly, full of life ami encrg), nnd u
excellent travelling companion, for
ho hns the happy faculty of adapting ,
himself to every, now situation as It
arises. Ho Is tireless, can stand any
amount of work, and this coupled
with loss of Bleep, was what wo en
countered on our trip. Ilegardlng land
matters, tho Secretary let others talk,
ho listened without saying much,,
but I'll guaiantcu that not tho slight
est detail has escaped his notice."
"Ono of tho must remaikablo things
about Secretary Garfield," said Jus-
tlco Hallou," Is his wonderful memory.
Ono place nt which we stajed ovot
night, ho was introduced to n largo
number during tho evening. Thoic
wcro several hundred people present
and ho was Introduced to the grcatoi
number of .them. Tho next morning
I personally heard him walk up to a
group of men whom he had uovcr mot
but once, nnd Unit In a throng In the
previous evening, and call them each
by name. They wero as much sur
prised as was I. This is what makes
him popular, hla winning personally
and observance of details. Contrary
tu tho report hero to tho effect that
wo did not make tho liana illlch trail
trip on hoiseback, we did, and It Is
ono of the most beautiful trips that I
havo over taken, nnd Gal field secinod
much Impressed with tho grand bclii
'Wo left Ollnda shortly niter 1
o'clock on our trip to the summit of
IlaleaKaln, and armed thero ubout n
half-hour beforo sunrise. Frank Ilald
win had sent us down eight splendid
horses, so wo wcro well outfitted.
"Rubber trees wero tapped for Gai
field's benefit, and ho seemed gi catty
Interested In tho piocous. Ho iiUo
had a long talft with Alfred Carter 10
gardlng the sheep Industry, asking
him all sorts of questions and then
ho showed his versatility by accm
atcly comparing tho manners of
handling the sheep hero lth .iliohe
employed In Australia and tho States."
The Fleet la coming,
up the City.
Let us clean
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