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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In the Territory
ry ( Editorial Rooms,
1 &1. Business Office,
Piles 111. iv in i ivphoid but tlictr
l.indncw wiin hi bo inuiU less micccss
f til If plR-.Minlx ui'if eliminated.
Cotntiilsslnnei 1-oomU lins Riven
Honolulu pioplo something in think
IllllHII, III suggesting this jis II gloat
Mr. Tufl'H Inability to meet Mr.
llrjnn at the t'hli.igo b.tniiiut In not
lll.ely to cause Mr. Ilijuu liny scilous
1un of iic.il I go.
Two yearn hence wo shall hnvc tlio
direct pilmnry, when nil thin bitter
lighting .mil iimiitiiuliitlou ot the con
Volition will bo m taint:.
Discovery of tho Aeon, though a
Wreck, In put down iih a Rie.it good
foitutic. HcK passengers und (lew
hail been given up us lnoli.ibln vlc
tlniH of a iiiiuo terrible fate.
Senator 1'oi.iKer needs linrilly deny
llm charges of lirlberv IiioiirIiI
HR.iliift liiiu by llcnist. If be weie
In the bilbeiy business, be would lei
tnlnly not m.iKe si uivv n Job of It :ih
Tho lerlamnllnn service mal.eH
homesteads or waste lauil. Tlieio
.Imiilil be hope that the Will LIU
swamps ma) be reclaimed anil still
linulii a somco of (nmmunlt) profit
' ii nl 1 1 mcli time iih the rlt evpnnslou
calls for the Innd to bo used us house
lots. May tho ambition of tho Naval Sta
tion (illliers, to havo work ou tho
1'eurl Harbor 3 aril begin before linos-i-velt
rocs out of olllee. be S'ltlnfleil.
When that dirt begins to llj, Hono
lulu will feel the first effects of what
1'earl Harbor will do low-aids build
Iur up the city.
Illln advocates of Government by
Commission appear tu ha labeling
under tho delusion Hint this new form
of government will bring all Hllo ex-
(luslvele iniilor tin. tlntnili it nnn.
perhaps two, Hllo men, from whose'
arbitrary commands there will be no'
(ippc.il. Some think this will be
)iothlng new, for Hllo.
llnschali has piobubly lonsunud
the surplus of athletic energy and
community enthusiasm that was once
teliteied In vvner spoils, culminating
lu the events of Regatta I)a. In
due time the pendulum will uwlng
bail: to tho boating and sailing
Judging fiom the slump In baseball
Interest, tho reaction has alieady bc-
Tho Mai. II; I light ngnlnst tho lodging-house,
because of the Injur:' to
propel ty values, will stir up a few
lively aiRiiuientB on the light of a
man to handle hs propel ty to suit
himself. Tho owner of n vacant lot
may havo an opportunity to Icaso It
for tho erection of n lodGlng-houso
Ills next-door neighbor objects be
cause It Injures his property, but the
neighbor refuses tn buy tho other
wise non-intoi-cst-he.irlnR hut'nlwajs
tax-paying land of his nolghbor.-Tho
law to meot the situation will have
to bq carefully dinwn.
BUSINESS MBN IN POLITICS
DoleRato Kuhlo spoke somo very
pointed words to business men of thu
Commercial Club. As a visitor of
note fiom tho mainland put It: Ho
Know what ho wanted to say and
Went at It In tho most diiect way.
It would bo wall fur Hawaii If tho
Delegate and others' used the same
npui to action m oro frequently. I Ic
ing thus often lomlnded of their
duty, more men might better fulfill
their obligation ns livo meiubeis of
Thu man who sneers at politics Is
either Ignorant of tho fact that poll
tics Is tho science of government or
so utterly selfish that ho does his best
to foiget It.
lu Amorlcn, In every community
under tho riatr, tho citizen's duty is
to take a puit lu government, In poli
tics. Only the enemies ot tho peoplo
fet it Months ,n
Pet cr, iixhttt luU3 I.on
I'ti .nr out wlirre In Canada... ,
I'crWar nlnM, Ictcljtl 3.ois
of Hawaii, ,
Eutrtctl at IL rostofCff nt Honolulu
i Kfcttml elms mntlrr
SEPTEMBER 19, 1Q38
SIDE LIGHTS FROM THE
Voiy Interesting sidelights on Hov
el niiicnt by Commission inn) be fouiul
lu an ill tide on the Philippine by
l'.iul S. UeliiRch in the lust number
ot "Tho World ToU.iv " The article
Ih olio or ,i aerie i published In this
magazine under the title "t'olonl.il
Um: Can the Cnlt.d Stntis Annul
cantzc Its Colonh -i "
It should be reinembeied that the
Philippines nip governed b. Coninils
kIoii, although our countr) Ik doing
Its best to put the people of the dis
tant -islands on a self-governing basis.
Anothei thing to bear in mind Is
Unit nun Hawaii loses its tdcntliv
and pieiliiiiu as a Tcnlloi.N coital lu
mi lesietts id inn loriiiouos iioiu .l. .t as.
vvhhi. me sitc .r the r.iion hnvo'ttie ioreiQiier nets the money.
been (.eated. It becomes a Colony.
uiililtint In tint tviuulltn- ttlilmo it Pun. ,
Rresa and latkl.iR even u incident as
mi aiiLlior to vviudwntd for liiotec
Among the first expressions Hint
strike home to the people of Hawaii,
In tho ionise of Mr. HeliiFeh's ai
tlele, is this on tailff piole.clioir
"A tiouical country, for instance.
has no use for a protective policy. It
needs untrammeled trade. It needs a
larjjc labor supnly, large territorial
crants, for plantation purposes, and,
before all, systems of communication
with the interior. !n all these mat
ters the copying of American laws to
meet colonial conditions is about as
wise as it would be to try to raise
oranges in Wisconsin or to use the
orchard land in Southern California
for the production of wheat.'
Another lesult of Oovprnmpiit by
Commission is tho tax rata. Nolo
what the writer says of tho taxes of
"Indeed, it admits of no doubt that
the Philippine Islands ARE AT THE
PRESENT TIME THE MOST HEAV
ILY TAXED COUNTRY IN EXIST
ENCE, in proportion to their wealth
and resources. Not only are the cus-
toms uutic3 so lngii as to constitute a
barrier to trade, but the internal rev-
enue tax strikes every pursuit and
business through which money may
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Two-story house; modern; lot 75x
new x-ucciroom .Bungalow; corner
Lot 100x150 2750.00
A choice building lot of half an
Two lots near car line on high
ground, partially cleared.. $800.00
Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot lUUxlSU $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above prop
ositions. Waterhouse Trust
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
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KVTNINC nnLT,ETrN,"TTONOTJTJM?,'-T.'H.. SATUnnAYRnrT.-t9:"1MK'
Hawaiian Sugar Stocks and
llonils of the better dni-a nro
legarded us good and safe In
vestment by our most care
ful tint comer vn. the business
men, mill tunny of (hem nut
now dcilving gin ill Income)
from ' their invtstuicnts In
these securities. Why not put
those lille dollars of joins tn
work by buyliiK n few Komi
(llviilcnd-p.i)lng shares? You
will lie surprised nt tlic ic
tilltR. Consult in about. It
In person or by mall.
Sjiifflfc 1jmk 65Ct
in r-rml- - tiii
"I do not know much about the
tariff, but I know this much,
when wc buy manufactured goods
abroad, we get the goods and
jm n )Uy G manUfaCtUd
igOOdS at IlOITie W $ both the
yoods and the money."
Hawaii's Fiosperity and rapid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and tho
veto of the people in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
"I do not believe that the Ameri
can public would endure such a sys
tem of taxation for three months, ex
cept under the stress of a critical
Ileic is a paraRi-.iph that will piob-
nbly make the "small-farm fakirs" of
Hawaii unhappy hut carries home the
truism tlitit America must havo the
Huropeaii laboier in Its Islands of the
Pacific as well as on tho mainland:
"No greater boon could come to
the Filipino population than by in
ducing agricultural settlers from
Southern Europe to come to the isl
ands. Their regular habits of work
land careful agricultural method
would teach the natives by example
what they most need to learn,
Now for a final word as to tho do-
Rico of Americanism cxpiesscjl tn a
lentralbcd government by which tho
people, nio HUI.KU:
"Some would areue that in the
Philippine Islands and in our colonies
in general, we need a strong central
ized government confining its atten
tion to tho economic development of
the country, to the upholding of law
and order; in a word, to the mate
rial needs of the population. Such a
government as would not ply the na
tives with strong stimulants but treat
them rather as convalescents, for the
time being, allowing them gradually
to increase their strength.
"We have, however, passed beyond
the stage when the establishment of
a crown-colony form of government
was a practical question. Having em-
""' upuu iiiu puutjr ui ucvviuping
semi-popular institutions, we should
follow it out in good faith and allow
the natives to participate in the for
mation of public policy."
tSi cat crimen have been committed
In the namo of llbnity, hut It is a
matter of uingiatulntlon tliat thnio
nro mighty few alleged Amei leans
who would slaughter Amei lean piln
clplcs ot rov eminent In Hawaii nml
place these Islands In a moie degrad
ed position politically than thu Phil
ippines and at the biune tlmo ruin
We are showing a full line of colors
the popular silk for tho coming Fall
and Winter wear.
231-2 INCHES WIDE,
ttov eminent by Coniiiilrslon has
found a raw reciult lu the town ot
Hllo. A video lsMnlsed h) the Trib
une warning the people to took out,
for the llogey U sure to catch theui,
and thu Tribune gl.ul of It.
Tho leasons for (lie Tribune's Joy
are Intel cstltiR. It s.ijk thnt (tavern
luetit by Commission will be the Hist
i en I blovvn-ln-the-hottle American
(government the Islands havo ever
seen 11 forecasts u commission of
Americans nppolnted fiom the mnln
Inml und nn end of tho "poly-raclal"
politics ot the present period.
The Tribune thliilis that would be
Amei lean government and thanks tho
Lord that It Is so. ,
When j ou encounter a man whoso
Amcrlciin balance. In bo tlioioiiRhly
twisted as tho Tribune's head-plecn
must lie, tho easiest way out ot It Is
to extend sympathy to which all re
actionaries nro entitled.
There is no doubt thnt the "cussed
nonsense" of government by tho peo
ple palls on the narrow souls of soma
of our people. It has been ever thus
since the world began. Particularly
so In Hawnll.
Hut tho hlstoiy ot our common
country has especially proved that
the Individuals who have strained
every norve to check thu progress of
popular government have had occa
sion to know when the steam lollcr
It Is rich, rate, and incy to recall
with what horror piejcnt RUppoitcrs
of Government by Commission view
ed the prospect or allowing Ameil
lans fiesli from the mainland to havo
any poislble ihnncc of bcliiR appoint
ed to olflci' in Hawaii when the Tcr-
illory was oiganUed. The RURgea
tlon of such a proli'iblltty utiried up
tlio most ill-smeliing and unpatriotic
mlio to be bestowed upon tho "low
lived American carpetb.igRer" that
could bo Imagined. The worst unre-
lonstructed State lu the South dill
not iiioiu nastily assail tho man fiom
thu North than did these, men vltu
pernto for tho benefit ot tho Amuil
lan ollhl.il fiom thu mainland.
Then, they apparently thought
they could keep tho old ollgauhhal
fiuni of government lu full swing, it
was a sad awakening, however, when
they found opposition to the develop
ment of local County governments of
Now, they nro" rea'ly to fly to any
poll, so It hears a semblance of de
strojlng tho foundation American
principle of the' peoplo governing
themselves, 'levylnc their own taxes,
spending their own money, and (on
line ting their pilvnte affairs to Biilt
themselves withlatho limits of nver
hro patiiotism, lonimon decency, nud
tho law. j
What a gloiioils cfutpost of Ameri
can liberty this "would bo with Its
government in tiio hands of threo or
thiitcen men appointed by tho Presi
dent, and to whom tho residents of
tho Island pilsou must scinpo and
Would it not be a merry cruclbb
of Amcilcnnlsm thiough which to
run tho "uncivilized" clti7cn ot tho
Orient who looks to this liberty-loving
mid Christian nation to lead ti.o
world by successful examples of how
government may promote self-reliance
mid nn Independent, vigorous
Would It not bo Oieat "American
Ism" to have tho twenty-thrco thou
sand school childicn of theso Island.)
i,i ow up under tho teaching lu
school boojts of American liberty,
only to find whon they camo to jears
of undcistandlnR thnt In this section
of the world, over which files tho
ring of tlio free, conditions nro illf
feicut that theory doesn't work
Tho wholo schemo of tho flovcrn
ment by Commission Is bo eternally
selfish, so ulteily wiong, so Intensely
tho Inst lesort of tho oligarch, tho
monaichlst, nud tho feudalist who
would nilo by might and "Inflooenco"
rather than by light principle and
honest)', bo peculiaily tho Ilnal haven
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