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At 120 King Street, Hoadulu, Territory of Hawaii,
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Walliioa R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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We cannot fall to take notlco tlint
our ministerial friends demand tliat
names be kept out of the papers when
the shots of the alleged moral cum
palen begin to hit near home. That
Is just why tho pcoplo lack confl
ilence In such campaigns and doubt
tho sincerity of tho campaigners.
Hawaii's returning delegates from
the National Ilcpubllcnn Convention
- are to be congratulated. They put
Hawaii's vote whero it was needed
In the platform fight and they have
established the right of this Terri
tory in n fuftirn Kly-i1nlpi?ntn mure-'
dentation with the mainland Terri
tories. This Is a splendid record for
the country and for tho Territory.
TBE CARTER FRACAS.
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the Iroquois ashore on the occasion
when the Iroquois was assisting tho
cruiser St. Louis out of the harbor.
In his anxiety let the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
should nut state this fact, Mr. Car
ter, overcome with anger, made nn
unwarranted assault on a reporter of
the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n at the Naval Sta
tion when tho reporter was on his
rounds of duty.
The reporter, who was taken com
pletely off his suard In the brute at
tack, promptly swore out a warrant
for Carter to answer to tho chargo
of assault and battery. Ho had no
other redress, as naval orderlies stood
guard to prevent him trying-to break
even with an officer of greater size
The editor of the Bulletin im
mediately called upon Captain Itecs,
commandant of the Naval Station,
and laid the case before him.
No demand was made on Captain
Iteea that Captain Carter be court
martialed' As the reporter was leav
ing town on a special assignment, It
was impossible to put the complete
details before tho commander of tho
So far as Carter is concerned, he
is entitled to on amplo apology for
each time that ho has been lnten
tlonally, and maliciously mlsrenre
sen ted the 11 u 1 1 o t i n . On not
one slnglBoccaslon has this occurred.
If th? statement in this paper that
the' Iroquois went nshoro was a re
flection on Captain Carter, who it
appears was in command at tho time,
or hurt his feelings, ho is entitled to
a retraction, entitled to have any
statement he wishes published. And
the fact that Reporter Mooro told
him so and that the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is
the one paper from, which he admit
tedho could be reasonably sure of a
fair deal on this or any other matter,
makes his assault on Mr. Mooro,
whom be has also admitted waB cour
teous and well-meaning, tho more
brutal and cowardly.
As a matter of fact, and based up
on Carter's own statement, his real
grievance is against another evening
paper and another reporter, whom
he promises to attend to when he
first sets eyes on him.
If the other reporter Is hollow
''chested and wind-broken, welgliB less
than Carter, or Is less prepared for
.a fistic encounter, or Is taken entire
ly off his guard, or orderlies are pres
ent to prevent more than the first
blows being struck, wo havo no
doubt that Carter will "do him and
do. him good."
TO IMPROVE MANGOES.
The public is indeed Interested In
the progress of Hon. S. M. Damon's
effort to bring a high-grade mango
from tho Philippines to Hawaii.
..When the people stop long enough to
think of 'It, they aro also very ap
preciative of tho time and money ex
pended to promote a higher grade of
fruit In the Islands.
This work of Mr. Damon's means
much to, the Territory. His purpose
is not to secure a few special varie
ties for his own amusoment or to sat
isfy the demands of his own table. A
better mango and ono that may bo
marketed at a profit is his objective.
and, when once secured, tho commu
nity is welcome to reproduce as many
trees as possible and reap the benefit
of his experience obtained at no small
All work of this character operates
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Entrred at the rotrfl".cf at Honolulu
st-tund clnsi milter.
JULY 6, 1908
to broaden the scope of Hawaii's prof
itable agricultural Industry, and tho
mango production should be espe
cially attractive as thanks to tho
money Mr. Damon Is spending. it
comes within tho means of the man
who has his way to make.
MINISTERS BACK UP
(Continued from Pace 1)
tloncd the name of unu member of
tliu Ministerial Union' who owned prop
erty used for Immoral purxsu8, but
tho members hastened to reassure,
each other that this particular gentle
man hnd ilonu everything ho could to
prevent It, and that he could not help
It. It was voted to ask tho press to
leave the, name of this man out of tho
account of tho proceedings.
"I move," said Scuddcr, "that It Is
tho sense nf this meeting that we ap
prove or tho proposeil method with
which Sheriff Iaukea and tho police
department aro determined to attack
this evil, and that wc convey our ap
proval to him and our determination
to stand by him In this course Of ac
tion. It seems to mo that Col. Iaukea
Is proceeding In this matter just as
President Hoosovelt would havo done.
It Is best to attack tho evil whero It is
most strongly entrenched."
After some more discussion, during
which tho Sheriff stated that ho would
notify tho owners in question, but that
ho expected those who wero interested
In tho attack on tho evil to swear to
tho complaints, the Scuddcr resolution
was adopted, together with another
resolution, also fathered by Scudder.
conveying tnanns to iaukea for his
kindness, courtesy and frankness In
this informal and delightful discus
sion which ho has led."
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(Continued from Pace 1)
The early wart of tho evenings, tho
Captain, Mr. Stroud, cabin boy, and
I play-pedro. So far tho Captain
nnd Mr. Stroud havo been doing us
up in fine stylo; my luck has seemed
Capt. Harris Iuih Just figured out
our location, 1S00 miles from San
Pedro, which, nt 200 miles a day,
should get us there in eight days.
Well, I am going to read awhile
and then take n snooze; so so much
June 10, 1908.
Things aro certainly on tho bum.
Tho wind is around to the East and
we are heading N. K. Capt. Harris
Is getting crazy for a shift of wind.
It rained this afternoon und ought
to bring n change Hnvlng to watch
water sup'ply pretty close, as we do
not know how' long wo will be out.
Ice is pau and only one more pine
By tho way, I came near to break
ing my second finger tho second
night out; have not been able to use
It freely yet. Tho chest came in
good use. Capt. Is on tho bum and
I havo been doctoring him up on
Juno 13, 1908.
After three days of calms we got
a wind from tho south last night. Wo
Bet tho squaro sail nnd raffle, and
this morning the fisherman's stay
sail, which is sending us along about
10 miles an hour. I wish I could
get a plcturo of her. Wo have ten
sails set and those that say tho Ha
waii cannot travel do not know
what they nro talking about.
Thursday morning wo had a dead
calm, so wo put tho small boat over
board and I took some pictures. I
have used up ono film of six expos
ures and six more on a ten roll. As
coon as wo get to L. A. I am going
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HONOLULU, V. IT., MONDAY, JULY
to gct them developed and prints
made (p send back us soon as pos
sible. Wo nro 1210 miles from our
destination at noon today, so that tho
best time wo can mnka Is about 18
Tuesday, June 23, 1908.
Well, let liw get back n few days.
Three davit ' before reaching tins
mainland wo "hit" some very rough
weather with big seas. Had to reef
In mainsail und was making ten
miles nn hour;! mado 225 miles one
Saturday morning at daylight wo
sighted land, St. Michael's Island.
Wc wero becalmed off San Pedro
about .10 miles nil Saturday night
and Sunday morning. About 12:30
p. m. wc got home wind and manag
ed to get Into Sun Pedro about 0:30
that evening. We wero met at tho
entrance, by Col. Spalding (from
Kauai), who Is ,now Commodore of
tho South Coast Yacht Club, In his
yacht, followed by many other
yachts and launches. As soon as tho
doctor gavo us our pass all hands
came aboard. As soon as tho rush
was over, mo for Los Angeles. In
ompany of Mr. Stewart and n Mr.
Wood, I went to I.. A. Arriving
tlicro they took mo to tho Hotel Al
exandria (the big new hotel cornor
l'irth and Spring) for a good fenst.
I went out to Ynims ns soon ns pos
sible, nrrlvlng there about 11 o'clock.
All look well and about tho same. I
havo been treated royally by every
.Tnnn aisiii. iins
Chas. T. Wlldor, Esq., Honolulu, Till.
wear sir; Tho beautiful yacht
Hawaii nrrtvpd In frn(l limn Sntwlnv
eVenllllT. the 21st. nnil ri nrn tirmlil
of her. All who have seen her say
she Is tho. finest craft of her kind
mat nns come to this coast, nnd
there seems to bo a general dcslro
that she win tlio mm nu It wnnPI
stimulate tho dcslro for a better class
oi yacnts on this coast, and tt con
tinuance or racing in theso waters.
I am Dlensni! with tbn nrnanntt nt
our winning the "Cup." Capt. Har
ris wisneu mo to inclose a few llnca
irom mm. He says thcro will ho no
llnnnr nn hnfii.! wtinn llm T1n...tl
leaves port, and ho' will win tho race
or sail me sucks out or her, if that
were possible "Give mo tho wind
nnd we Will Win." Everything In
being dono as yell ns possible to
jiuvu uui- in irim lor me rourtll,
when she will start on her triumphal
trill nrrnaa thni Puflfln it nl.n.v l,n
other yachts tho way to sail to tho
The fact of the Hnwntl lintnir Imtlt
and equlppcd-nnd entered In this race
oy popular subscription has mado
tho people hero appreciate what kind
of people wo ha.vc ut tho Islands, nnd
will advertise tllh lslnnils mnrn llinn
can be .estimated. I am very sorry
that one of youtcould not havo come
up to represent the club; possibly
someone will come on n lator steam
er so as to bo' herd by tho Fourth. I
hope so. '
With very kind regards ond three
cheers for tho winning yacht It will
bo tho Hawaii,
Yours very truly,
Ono boy's blcyc'lo, Samo can bo hnd
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