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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
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SATURDAY AUGUST 29, 1908
INVESTIGATING FARM LIFE. Uw Tcr.ltory Know how to till the
'will iutelllgcutlv, nuil ((Hiio to look
Among all the new Ideas rresident "l'ou l.ibor In the ileitis u iksei Ihr
lUintoclt Iijh fathered there Is mino'"10 llcst thought and the best cffoit
...ore dco.Wug the highest prabo I''"10 Tciiltor. thwo l.l.iii.b will
, l.acu iiMgnlllcont population of self-
than tho Commission recently appolii.rMcclllIB ,,, ,, w,)Ilmu1(M,(
luil l.y lilm to Investigate the c-1 mid tho homos will bo as nearly Ideal
illtlouM thnt surround life on the ' ineilra.t ' , . - u i.i.ij liu fimti'l
American fnnn anil in.iko suggestion.) n ,,, ,, , ( , (;o dm,,,, ,
of wus and means to bring about an t,e , lMuo.itliin than ilo the
Improvement. I ,.,., ,. ,. , lWt, llll8 , ,.sU1).
The gist of the I'lesldent's plan Is IaU tilt (Mlalul tho lentlmont In the
for tho Commission to Icnin wherein ,,ub of its Jm,th thnt agricultural
life on tho fnnn Id not attract! o anil h,nr j, Ilot ,iCRrnilB lnbor for me
offer suggestions for hettcinient of a FvrtH nno. Whlle Bo.no mo
tho homo life. Httrncts from tuojmis) with the Idea of lmportlnc farm
l'rosldciit's letter to l'.ofessor ll.iiley. CIB jet ug ot for(;et ,mit wo mv(,
one of tho Commission, tell what Jout, n our own ini.Ut who descrvo
Koosovolt Is driving at. Ho b;is: jnttentlon anil who will, If properly
"No nation hns over nchlccil poi-C(!eateiI. make the host possible cltl
nianent greatness unless this great- ze farmeis anil raInlerl wives.
fllMM3 ltnU li ltiml fill illn Hint I.IiaIiiit ..f '
tho fire.it farmer clans, tho men who
mo uii mu eoii; mr u is upon inoiri
wolfnio. tn.itcil.il anil moral, that tho I
welfare of tho lest of the nation tiltl-'
mainly rests. In the United States,
dlJi'cgardlng certain sections and
tntffnrv flln t,nlt,.. ..a .. u Imln 1 lw-
llovo It to be true that the farmers In
Cenorat aio better off today than they
over woro before. Wo Americans nie
making great progress In the do clop-
lnent or our agilculturnl resources.
ii ..n ,. ,..i
Hut It Is equally true that tho social
and economic Institutions of the open
cuuntry nro not keeping pace with
tho development of the nation as a
whole. The farmer Is, as n rule, bet-
ii-rr ti.n,. MU f,.ri,no. I.... Li-
crease In wHI-belng has not kept pace "' !,C ' I"1",?T' ' '?'
with that of the country as a whole. ' f"1' ' ,,:,CC,I ",0 i,ml "' t"B;ro'
Wlillo the .ondlrlon of the farmers In ,J '" ,""1 tl!(l" ,Cf'I,I"er ""' ' "
io.no of o... best farming regions - --Pialsed u.lne Ills proposition
leaves little to be desl.ed. we ai. far '"J" " "n " "lcst blx
from having reached so high a level ,C' nt- " "" tae'ot ,,-,,,,H '"
In all parts of the country. . Z"1"""8 """'"f1"- 7 "
"It is especially Important that! ",aE " f V","0' ."T
whatever will servo to prepare toun- ' ,"nch l " 8"bJcct ln n W-WU .
try children for life on the farm, and ;slnS8'11 than Col. Spald
whatever will brighten homo life In i ,', ,. ..,,,
tho country and make It richer nii.ll " "A0 T"rl " "mccr8 W0I1,W rc:
more nttractho for the ...others. I Mr' '"'lg 8 "'""'"randa and
wives, and daughters of farmers,
outturn iiv uuiiu jHumpti, llliiliJUKill, I
mid filartly. Thero Is no more Impor
tant porsnn, measured In lnlluencc
upon tho life of the nation, than the
farmer's wlfn, no n.o.o linpo.tant,
homo than tho country home, and It
Is of national lmportanco to do tho
beat wo au for both. I
"Tho fanners lmo hlthcito had
less t'.au their full shaio of public
ntli-utlon along tho Hues of business
and toelal llfu. There Is too much
bollcf unions all our pcoplo that tho
prizes ii C llfo lie away from the farm.
1 am thcrefoio anxious to bring bo
foro tho jicople of the United State! '
tho iiucstlou of securing better busl.
ncss and better living on tho faun,
wholhor by co-operation between
fanners for btlng, celling, and bor
rowing; by promoting hoclal advnn
lagos and opiiortuultles In the toun
try; or by any other legitimate
means Hint will help to make country
llfo ii.oio gainful, u.oro uttracthu,
.'ml fuller of oiioitui.ltles, plcnsuus,
and rowa.ds for tho men, women, and
children of tho farms."
"You will tloubtlr nlto find It
netebsary to suggest means for bring
ing about tho ledlrectlon or better
adaptation of ru.nl schools to tho
t.nlulng of children for llfo on tho,
farm. The National ...id State agrl-,
cultural departments must ultimate
ly Join with tho va.lous farmers' and
agricultural organizations lu tho ef-
fort to seeuro g.eafcr efficiency audi
atl.actlveness In (ountry llfo."
Wo liopo thnt tho readers of tho
1! u 1 1 o 1 1 u will seo lu thei.o words
of tho President an opportunity for
If there Is any placo under tho
ring whoie llfo on tho faun ohoul.l
h taken up seriously It Is In tho Tor
tlto.y of Hawaii. Wo havo no fauns
In the mainland sense, or mighty fow
certainly. Hut wo have a population
Browing up In tho midst of nn exclu-,
slvely ng (cultural Innd, and It Is ol
thu utmost lmportn.uo that tho 1st-1
nails should bo developed In a man
ner to make tho agricultural calling
attrncthe und c!onto aBrlcultu. at la
. bor to n dignified plane.
( Tho place to begin. In tho estima
tion, of this papor. Is the public
Fchools. When these twenty thou-1
Band school child. en who are glowing I
to manhood and womanhood within
Per Bl Moulin .no
Vt War, Ntiyulicre in V S . . I.oti
Pel Wu Hutlt?rr in I Hitn.U l.fsn
l'irciir mii'iiiil. iorcln . 2.
EtiUtctl At itic ToMoiTip At Honolulu
(U Mtoml lasi miticr
ONBOPHAWAII'S LAND PROBLEMS.
The II ii 1 1 o t I ii has Blcn consid
erable spare to the land negotiations
of the Tenltoij and the Mnkec Su
gar Company as this Is one of the
J1.1: """ 'ullf. ,'"I.C"1, ."' .,n.e "r?b
lems the Tcrrlloi has had to mIo
In connection with the expiration of
long leatcs on sugar lands. .ludglnfi
f 1 fltll ftin I till, nf .1.. fl (. 1 4 A .......... ....
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t0 lale. It Is one of tho knottiest.
One of the Interesting featuies of
Jlr. Spalding's latest proposition U
his 'combination of the appialsemcnt
of the lands for cchnnga pui poses
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Have you interests that
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'I v Od Pj-7PIKr
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I.Indc of 4-inch Angle Iron.
Sjiimk tok &tt
bl.ow wherein It Is not good business
for tlie Terr!tor to accent his pro
posal, llgu.ed according In his stjln,
tho people would get a clearer lcw
of the land policy of the Ter.ltory
nnd the basis from which it operates
lu establishing nines on land, under
the Breat arlety of conditions that
hiiB to bo met.
I 'i oni tho standpoint of the people,
the one gloat fault with the so-called
Kapaa laud negotiations Is that nil
the while, this valuable land Is Ijlng
fallow. It Is bringing In no letui u
for tho Territory.
THAT COMMISSION FIZZLE.
Of nil the splllcntcd lizzies that
rei struck the city of Honolulu, tho
Gov oi nment-bj -Commission proposi
tion Is the most ildlculous.
The net lesult of tho horrible
lb. eat utte.ed by tho morning paper
Is that no one In tho Tc.rltory of Ha
waii has tho slightest f.nor for the
proposition from tho ouUct, nnd
there Is nothing to show that tho
Seh.ocdcr Doa.d cen contemplated
The whole thing I.ub been a puio
fab.Icatlon Issued from tho usual
home ot falsehood and mlsicpti'cntn
tlon, and It hns ct to he learned that
m.Mi.ie outside the house of defama
tion lias given It the slightest sup
pott. The (omuu.ulcntlons publish
ed may bo put down as ponderous
letteis written by tho editor to his
The good that has Ik en done Is to
draw out tho sentiment of the peo
ple and again In lug to public uotUc
the fact th.it the mo.uliig paper has
lidded another number to Its well
reiognUi.il pioginm of ...In for Ha
waii. The irecinct ineetlugs of tho Hc
pulilUan pally held on Oahu Tilday
evening we.o much at, precinct meet
ings havo been for a number of yea is
past. Tho meetings were well ul
tended, and In ono or two pi eel nets
the i oni so of tho nominations mid
the discussion Indulged lu shows that
theio mo btlll spllo-wmhiiH busy do
ing their best to Injure tho pa.ty
and disiicdlt successful workers
whom they do not like. Tho patty
liiw hlthcito weathered the stoin. of
thebo things unit will probably suc
ceed on this occasion.
(Continued from Pi;c 1
thallium, of the various piocimts ol
Thc.o will undoubtedly bo homo
change!) !.. this llnc-up. hut In its
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
main features It will finfihbly carry
through. The name of Chnrllc llosc
Is causing some doubts in the Demo
irallc ranks lloso wants to run fot
Uop.ltj Sheilrf, but the Inclination o
tho majority of the le.ldc.s seems ta
be to run him for Auditor. Captain
Campbell, w'ho Is staled for Supervi
sor, Is also being mentioned for Sen
ntor. It Is not (crtaln thnt Vldn wilt
urn, and tho Democrats feel so ter
rain that the Municipal Act will ho
knocked out that the) arc not llgui
.InB much on the office of Major, al
l though Ingham Is undoubtedly ns
.strong a (andldato i.b they could
During the last few il.ijg there
seems to have been n g.cat awaken
ing In the licpuhllcun lanks among
candidates for County Treasurer, no
less than Ui.ee (audldates being now
In the field fi r that olllce. One of
thoJe Is Tim l on, who was until
recently chief eleik in the Land De
partment Tim Is not saying much
about It, hut his fi lends, among whom
ho counts seu'tal iiromlncnt leaders,
nie boosting bin. strongly and say
that (licj propose to nominate him
1 f. Lansing uno out last evening
as another possibility, and dually Su
pervisor Aihei Is in ho tonsldereil In
tho i mining An her said today that
he would'. un, provided ho could make
icrtalu business arrangements.
(Continued from Psce 1
been made against hi... by
Timing. The fnet that llrcc-
ko.is enteied tho Commission-
er's Couit smoking a clga.ctto
and without his cint hns boon
Inhelcd Disgraceful," when
ovcryonc kniiWB that very fow
of the usual Cou.t formalities
aio obseivcd licfoie tho Com-
Another of the monstious
ehn.gea lies in tho fact that
llreckons, it Is nllcRcil, had
t SIS.OOO In. the bank at ono
"I wish It had lieen true,"
said llreckons this morning,
Tl.wlng beems to bo trying
to jirovc that Il.cckons Is n
v bloated millionaire who has
accumuhlcd vast sums
through the power of his of-
O It Is now known that
Thvvlng hns w.ltten directly 'to
President Itoosovclt on tho
V matter, flovcmor Trcar has
been shown a copy of the cor-
iobpoiulpi.ee, but ho will not
give It out for publication.
Tho boautirul hnuRp and grounds on
Puiinhou nnd lle.otanla stieots lie
longing to Ile.l.v i: Cnoli.MV linv,. 1.....I.
fold by him for to consideration of
iuuv io a. a. rainier, of the Water
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BUSINESS WOMAN 0F MELBOURNE
Had a Dry Hading Cough, Doctors Failed lo Cure. Took JV-nt-na
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. L. K. Trcnslty, proprietor of lliodifat Unknown Private Delcctlvo
:y, 173 William Btrcct, Melbourne, Vlnlurlii (Auslralln), writes:
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In a postscript, Mr. Trcnsky adds: "lama well-known business woman
Willi nt least a thousand clients on my books, nnd tho majority know how
1 suffered. In fact, It was one of my
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It Indicates that thero Is somo deep'
sentcd point of Irritation within the
larynx or bronchial tubos.
It Is frequently tho first manifestation
of tuberculosis. It Is sometimes an In
dication ot organic dlscnso ot tho heart.
Insidious bronchitis Is soon brought
on by a dry, hacking cough.
finch a symptom should not bo Ignored.
Ordinary cough medicines do not re
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It requires romo medlclno that goos
to tho root of tho matter.
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A cough ',-i. this kind generally In-
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