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A trip lo the Volcano at the pres
ent time furnishes a rare treat that
will remain catalogued under the
head of "life Memories."
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VOL. X. NO. 4040
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. JUNE 29, 1908
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"Th?re is one point regarding which I am clearthat
you must positively get European labor in the Islands either
directly or through the United States "-Secy. Garfield.
Land Laws Need Change
And Garfield Will Help
Secretary Reviews His Trip and Hawaifs Needs
Secretary of tlio Intel lor Garfield
Mopped u few moments this morning
to Klve an Interview to the Hullo
1 1 n , In willed ho reviewed the pleas
ures of his trip and stated some of
hlu conclusions. He said:
"It Is difficult fur me to summarize
tho results of my tour hole. I have
the material at hand, unci will have
It with wo w'hon 1 return to Wash
ington that will bo the haslH for nil
my futuie work for the Islands. Mat
ters that have Interested mo tho most
mid with which I have been occupied
the most during my stny here aro
hind and the use put to It, the diver
sity of agricultural products, and thu
powdblo extension of (lie use of Innd
fur purposes other than the raising
"Kegardlns transportation.- there
Is an undenluble need of an.tncrcnco
lu the harbor facilities, for. If the
Increase In the agricultural products
tf thoke Islands Is In proportion) with
her growth In other lines. It will not
ho very long before there will bo pos
itively required more harbor room In
order that the ciopu here may be
thlppcd to the world's markets. The
development of hnibors here by tho
Federal Government, working to
gether with tho Territorial Govern
ment, Is a matter that Is of Immedi
ate concern, and will he given due
"The Irilgctlon problems hero are
of great Interest. They show thoso
that have been solved what has
been done and what can be done with
water, and they show tho possibility
of r vast Increase In the arablo acre
age of land, and the opportunity for
u greater variety of crops.
"J n this Irrigation and reclama
tion proposition, Mr. Newell may
tome here. In fact, I will tnko tho
matter up with him Immediately up
on my return to tho States, but as it
has not yet been fettled mi to wheth
er I will be allowed tho uso of the
funds appropriated for this purpose
on the mainland, I can speak with no
absolute assurance yet. As I havo'
said before, the law governing tho
' uso of this money limits it to the
States, excluding the Territories. I
bcllevo this Is wrong, and I nm
working nlong Dines now that will
probably glvo mo tho right to ex
pend It on tho Territories as well iib
"I emphasized the statement be
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CORNER OF FORT
fore, and I wish to do so again, that
it is my wish that the island Territo
ries be placed on th: same basis
throughout as are the Territories,
and to some extent the States, on
"I want matters to arranged that
every Federal power may bo brought
to co-opoiutn with Territorial gov
ernment. "Laud lairs in Hawaii cannot bo
compared with thoio of the United
States. Conditions nro dirfctentj
iteie, a lui im every munition muse n
law be adapted, which, If applied
elsewhere, would piobably prove en
tirely unsuitable. For this reason,
and on account of 'the fact that I
havo hardly had time to look far
enough Into the situation, I dlsllko
to make any positive statement.
"However,-1 am perfectly clear on
the point that there are some modifi
cations required in the land laws
here. but to slap the land laws'of
the United States upon the Territory
of Hawaii would not only be mani
festly unfair, but it would also be a
yerv unwise move.
"They are not applicable to either
tho land or the land laws here. Thcro
will be time for this matter to bo
taken up before tho next session of
Congiess, and tho Governor and staff,
as well as those outside, will have an
opportunity to prepare statistics to
pond to Washington which will hear
upon the local situation.
"I was immensely pleased with the
Kalaheo homestead lands which I
visited on the Island of Kauai.
"They have good water there, and
they aro making a great success of
their undertaking. It Is useless to
attempt homestcndlng on land that
Is unsuitable for cultivation. The
basis for success In hnmesteadlng ex
perimenting is Good Land and Good
"I have been Immensely pleased
with tho way educational matters
have been carried on here. Thero is
tho basis for an clcmentttry educa
tion, and nn excellent opportunity
for n higher education. Difficult
problems face the educators In theso
Islands, and It seems to mo that they
havo been solved In n very satisfac
tory manner indeed.
"Tho labor question Is one to
which I have given a great deal of
attention, regardless of tho Inct that
It Is not In my department. Data
AND HOTEL STBEETS.
that I havo obtained will be turned
over to the Secretary of the Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor for his
edification, nnd I know that he will
give It the utmost consideration.
"There is one point regarding
which I am clear, that you must
positively get in European labor in
the Islands, either directly or
through the United States.
"I cannot express In words my ap
preciation of the treatment that has
been accorded me while I have been
In tho Islands. Alwnvs have I found
tho open door, ready and cordial hos
pitality, nnd tho dcslro to nsslst me
that has mndo my trip hero such a
success, nnd I feel that the bc3t man
ner In which I enn show my deep ap
preciation Is by results which will
"Hawaii is a beauty snot, nnd I
hope that It will not be lung before
I shall bn able to como hero ngaln. I
shall bo, I n thn Western States looking
up the matters of Importance to my
department for several months before
my return to Washington."
Thu Fleet Committee meeting this
noon was short and sweet, the pro
gram not being completed as previous
Tho Wajs and Menns Commltteo re
ported that tho Chinese section of tho
town had contributed SS12 towurds
tho Fleet fund. Thanks wus extended
through the press.
Decoration of tho committee head
quartors will cost J150 and It vMs ap
propriated. Mr. .Smith-react it Utter from W. II.
Fnrrlngton, who Hinted that as tho
Fleet Commltteo did not seem dis
posed to support thd Idea of a dinner
to tho press correspondents, lie, on
behalf of tho Commercial Club, re
quested an evening to bo set on tho
program when tho Commercial Club
might entertain tho newspaper visit
ors. Tho Commltteo named Wednes
day, tho 22nd as tho evening for thu
Commercial Club event.
With tho singing of tho Hon. D. P.
Ft. Iscnhcrg as the principal feature, a
successful concert was given on Thurs
day everting, Juno 25, In Charles It,
Dlshop Hall, by tho Oahu College
chorus. It. Iludland Dodo was in
charge af the aatr.
Senator James M. Dowsott Is tho
Hawaii representative on the commit
tee to notify Mr. Sherman of his nom
ination ns Vlco President.
Offices for Rent
with Electric Lights, Janitor, and
At 7:30 o'clock this morning, tho
T. K. K. 8. S. Tenyo Maru, on her
maiden vnynge, spurting to beat rec
ords to the Coast, arrived at San
Francisco, 1 days 21 hours from this
port, breaking nit previous tlmo which
has been made over tho same course.
Sha actually travelled about 2100
miles. It was hoped when she sailed
that she would cover tho distance In
4 divH nnd 8 hours.
This Is at n rate of 17.9 knots per
hour for the run up,
However, she smashed nil records,
tho best for the rim to thu Coast be
ing done by tho China, with a llttlo
over S da)B. The Siberia unci! canto
down to this wit, Inns ever, Jn lusi
than 5 days, her time rhavlng that o!
thu Tenyo for tho trip up, but nclng
lu tho opposite direction, with favor
Ins winds. I
Thu exact tlmo of thp China from
Honolulu to Snn Finnclsco ws 5 diys
and 2 hours; of the Siberia from San
Francisco to Honolulu, 4 days and lit
ST. LOUIS TO TRY
. -FOR SPD RECORD
Tho cfulfer St. Louis went outside
tho harbor this morning preparatory ,
to leaving fur Hail Francisco this af
ternoon nt 6 o'clock with Secretary
Garfield aboard. Shu went out under I
her own steam. I
A petty officer said yesterday I
that she will attempt In going to tho
AT PEARL HARBOR
Work Starts TodayTo
Be Completed Next
In addition to tl e other work
which has been lushed forward in
such good shape at Pearl Harbor
since Mr. Parks took chnrgo of the
work there, soundings wore begun
this morning, Tho crew which is on
the work Is paitly green, nnd it Is
doubtful just haw soon it can bo
completed, but this, with nil tho oth
er work, will bo put through ai ex
peditiously as possible, and It Is ex
pected that it will be complete be
fore the tlmo when tho Schrocder
Hoard will sit here, during tho stay
of the big Fleet.
.Cement Is bolug shipped to Pearl
City todny. Dorlnga nro In progress,
and it Is now said that softer rock
hnrf been struck than was nt first en
countered. The Fleet Is coming. Let ui clean
up the City.
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Isl&nd Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Ibone 15.
Why Not let
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Const to break even tho records which
tho Tenyo Maru has ostabllhed,"only
todny, as rho will mako nn attempt to
steam 19 knots per hour through tho
wholo of the tilp. In case she docs
so, navy records will bo badly
BUNGLE MADE IN
TOWING ST. LOUIS
A nice bunglu was made lit towing
the St. Louis out of tho haibor thU
morning. As the ryuilt, the Iroquois
was laid up In the mud ncur thu Chan
nel wharf, and the St. Louis was
thrown on her own resources.
When ucar tho channel, tho Iroquois
inn Into tho mud bank, In pttcmptln,;
to get off, sho got tho tow lino mixed
up In her propeller, and was soon woo
fully tangled In tho line. A steam
launch bad to be gotten out from tho
fruiter, and used to tow around tho
About noon today, divers wero at
woik on tho Iroquois, which was
peacefully sitting In tho null, where
sho had gone ngmtind.
This Is haVdly tho first tin e vliim
chnrgee of bad towing have been t.ujo
against the Iroquois, but tliU Is ;he
t'.rst tlmo when she has bcoy 8') thor
ri'glily laid up after the I rem lib.
The Woskly Edition of th Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
th niwi of th day.
Game At Pacific
Secretary darflcld, member of the
"tennis cabinet," which has for some
of its members no less distinguished
men than President Koosevclt nnd
the French Ambassador, played a lit
tle tennlsj this morning on the Pa
cific tennis courts, being on tho win
ning side right through. Ho shows
the effects of playing with tho stren
uous Executive, ns ho plays a stren
uous game Ho Is decidedly good nt
His first gamo was with Mrs. S. CI.
Wilder. The-Secrotnry won by u
score of 6-1.
A sot of doubles wns played, tho
Secretary nnd Mrs. Wilder standing
against Mrs. Illchard Ivcrs'nnd A. l.
C. Atkinson. The formor won in two
straight sets. There wcro no specta
REFRESHING DRINKS AT
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
FLEET ADVANCE TO -,
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 29. The sunily ships Ajas and
Glacier of the Atlantis Flict tailed today for Hono'ih
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29. The
Japanese liner Tenyo Mara arrived
here today four days and twenty-one
hours from Honolulu,
A Junior engineer to bo under U.
S. engineer Cipt Otwell Is to an!
huru by thn Sherman on thu 12th of
July. Ho Is A". C. Wheeler, nnd will
nld'ln keeping going the largo ninotm
of work which Oiwell ua-v l.ns Ip
hand. In fort'1 "lions, lui'bur worn,
utid llghthnuso inatttfro.
Thu water wagon Aratliouna will nc
company tho licet to Honolulu. She
Is nailing shortly from San 1'rnnclsco,
with wnter for tho Fleet Injicr hold,
mid will ho clown hero about tho samo
time as tho bhlps.
She wns formerly n molasses ear
lier In the Urltlsh serWco. Ordered
from tho .Maru Island Navy Ynrd on
tho 23rd, the moved down to San
Frnnclsco harbor to niado ready for
A meeting or the Hoard of Agricul
ture and Forestry will bo held nt 3
o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, July
1. All members are especially re
quested to bo present.
DIES ON COAST
Did Valuable Service
For Government As
W. M. (Ilffnrd, chairman of the
Division of Untomolngy of tho Hoard
of Agriculture and Forestry, iccclred
this morning by cnblo tho sad news
of the death of Alexander Craw, late
Superintendent of Kntomology, nt
Raymond, California, Tho news
came from T. Craw, brother of the
Mr. Craw had been Superintendent
of tho Kntomologlcal Division since
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Our long-delayed shinment of the well-known "Broad
walk Barefoot Sandalss" have arrived.
We now have then in all sizes, both in Ehcl: and Tan,
Prices from $1.25 lo $2.50
Manufacturers' Shoe Sonpriv. Ltd..
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. 282?
I fl H 1 1 $
SAN FltANOncO, Calif., June 29.
Four people -cc killed and three
injured in a mysterious explosion
that occurred u a saloon grocery
i 0 t
LIMITED IS WRECKED
WINSL0W, Arizona. June 29.
The California limited nn iht Sin'a
;Fe road was wrecked here today.
.Three were kill:d nnd twenty in
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CLEVKLilTD, Ohio, June 29.
John S. Shsn;;r.n, candidate for Vice
Fresider.t, ic improving.
RUSSIAN WARSHIP ARRIVED
RESKT, Persia, June 29. Theia
is ngnunc -between the Cossacks and
I the people. Several have been
A Russian warship has arrived at
MEXICAN BAIIDITS Tl.T.V.
I CITY OF MEXICO, June 20. The
'bandits have Ctd to the mountains.
WELLINGTON, Kan., June 29.
A cloudburst occurred here today.
Sevtn were drowned.
Expect Bulk Of Voters
To Ask For Change
Of Land Law
Tho Democratic Central Committee
Is sending petitions directed to Sec
ictnry Garfield and asking for chaugo3
of tho land laws nil oer tho Island!.,
This forenoon twenty-fivo precincts
had been heard from and names to
tho number of 1315 hnd been slgued.
Theso wore sont to the Secretary on
board tho St. Louis, nnd thu rest of
tho petitions will bo mailed to him ns
soon us they aio rccolvod. Thoso bacfc
of tho proposition expect that a ma
jority of the voters of tho Territory,
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