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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, Ffin. 13, 1003.
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VVnllnco R. Ptirrlngton, - - Editor
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SATURDAY . .,
Jiaj lluwnli lie nble to refer cor
illallj to the next I'reiddcnt ns our
JHr Itrotlicr lllll. Mtid-hcartcd mid
Knur Mils fur the uetiellt (if Hawaii
luuo pawed C'oiiRress. Ar imo of
these cnrrlcs sim.imiu., tlio Treasurer
la Made linpp).
Superintendent CniiiplieH's fit st rec
mninciidntlmi should hu the transfer
or the Ilminliilii water works system
tj the Cit and County of Honolulu.
iL' 1JII la l.mLll
Should the runstwlso shlppInK laws
In Kimpeiideil In their npplleutlon to
Hawaii, the first step will ho taken
toward nuking Honolulu an open
t'ongicHi ihay delay on legislation
for Hawaii, but J on will notlco that
nothing gets In the way of tho dcvcl
uptiient of l'earl Harbor, which 13 to
help Honolulu grow.
Hawaii must hnvc tho 100, 00D Im
migrants if Its agricultural Industries
are to he kept up to tho regulation
standard of progress. Only Kuropc
(an furnish the supply.
Ambassador Tnkahlrn speaks from
the enrd when he declares that war
between Japan nnd America Is Im
iosuible. It takes at least two go
ciiiniunts to make n war.
If tho Republican party Is gullt
of conspiracy, tho Democrats will no.
gain anything by haggling over tlint
end of it while the administration
o the city waits for an Interpreta
tion of the law of the municipality.
. lMa BLUM
(Imcrnor Frenr onco asked wheth
er mo 0110 In Hawaii would object to
tho bill to extend the reclamation
service to this Territory. The West
ern Congressmen have got In their
work before Hawull had time to an
swer. It would be appropriate to show
the Mayor of Honolulu a little cour
tesy just because he Is Mayor. Some
0 tho small things of which enemies
of popular government nro found cn
r pi.blo show what little men Hawaii
J- , lj ia anmevaaff
The committee of which Senator
1'erkius Is chairman Is deliberating
or tho piopimal for suspension of tho
toastwlho shipping l.iw. Meanwhile
let Iho illspeuhvia of Ilawull's great
fielghts to the mainland study out 11
plan by which lines carrying tho
freight shall bo requested to recog
nlzu the demands for passenger ac
commodation. IMMIGRATION AND THE
Immigration Is 0110 of tho forcmoU
iiuestlotis beforo Hawaii today and
it must, in one form or another, ranm
beforo the Legislature, boon to begin
The usual sources of Immigration
fiom which this Territory has secured
tho supply necessary to carry forward
industrial enterprises havo been dell
nltoly cut off,
Congiess bus not and will not at
this session tako any action that will
enable our large Industrial nnd flnnn
ilal Interests to enlist workmen and
their families fiom Europe In nny,'nl,Jlane'1 through the efforts of tho
other manner than tlint now outlined
by the Federal laws.
This leaves tho immigration qucs'
Hon up to tho representatives of our
own people the Legislature of tho
TciiiUiry of Hawaii.
I'very Intelligent cltlzon renllzeH
that In order to go on with tho In
dustries now in existence nnd propor
ly develop thoso In contemplation,
Hawaii must have Immigrants. The
people must be seemed; whether
fiom tho mainland or fiom 1'urnpo,
they ale a vllul iiecesslt.
Tho power of largo Industries to'
pay taxes for carrilng 011 tho In
crossed buslntos of tho Govern
ment depends pilm.irlly on tho linml
gintlon supply. '
Let no ono bo misled by the
thought (hat either tho Federal (lov-
Vininent or Japan will make any ex
edition for tlili Territory In the rule
ngnlnst Japaneso Immigrants now In"" l""l'rll5' a measuro of solf.preser.
'.force, Tim Orient' ns ft bomco of la- )nUo"- TI",S0 nu'o '" ''olf "'v'1'
r Sll Montnj s .Ho
ftr Ytar, anywhere In US I.oo
Pel Year, anywhere In Canada .. I, Ho
Per Year iKilpald, fottljjn. ...... a.oo
FEBRUARY 13, 1909
bor Is closed and will be for nonic
time to come.
H remains, thcn( for this Territory
to act, through the Territorial Board
of Immigration. This ran lio done.
The Territorial Hoaid has the right
under Federal law to enlist Immi
grants nnd pay their expenses to the
Territory. Hut this Hoard must pro
ceed with funds appropriated by the
Terrltor), not thiough contributions
by corpouitlons. Tho Territory mutt
rnlo the money for this upcclul work,
In other words. Immigration In its
relation to local Industries Is a local
matter and must he handled by the
local nuthorltlcs, with public funds,
within the limitations laid down by
the Federal Government.
Conditions should not be nllowed
to drift. There is at the present time
an ample supply of labor. Fiir-seclug
men, however, have only to contem
plate tho dwindling of tho Chinese
laboring population to realize what
may be the result In connection with
the Japanese population under tho
tnescnt ruling of tho Jnpnneso gov
ernment. No Immedlato danger
threatens although the agitators nro
doing their best to nrouso the Ignor
It Is easy for the average citizens
lo realize that this Territory must
ok to Kurope for Its added popula
tion to do tho agricultural work of
the Islands. Special taxation Is tho
medium by which the workmen must
This Is one of the subjects on which
,the Governor should take a decided
stand In outlining tho Administra
Hnwall must have population If It
Is to giow. It must have workmen
In order that the Industries may main
tain their tnxpaylng ability. Hawaii
bhould demonstrate to Congress that
It Is ablo to handle its own affairs,
not by letting things slide till tho
Islands are In tho midst of an Indus
trial nnd labor crisis, hut-by foresee
ing tho conditions nnd meeting them.
CHECK WHITE PLAGUE.
Tho alarming increase uf tubercu
losis has given Incentive to sclentinc
men to further lesearch and experi
ment la order to hold the dlwnse ut
buy. everywhere nations nnd Indi
viduals havo been organizing to In
duce people to retognlze the danger
ut contagion, and to observe laws that
will minimize It.
Various ways hnvc been adopted to
cducntc tho public. Perhaps the most
successful hae been public meet
ings where spcnkeis of recognized ox
pcrlenco and learning have addressed
audiences, lectures illustrated by
storeoptlcon pictures, exhibitions
showing devices nnd plans that can
be effectively applied to tho comfort
of tho sick and the safety of the well
In Honolulu a visiting nursd began
her rounds a few montho ago In tho
iBCel,ons of tho clty wllcro thcro ls
need of udvlce nnd Instruction In tho
(nro of tho homo and tho family.
Many cases have como under her ob
servation that may bo helped if nour
ishing food proper sleeping' places,
and rest can bo provided, Sho ls ablo
to secure medical attention for ninny
who thiough lgnoranco or poverty
might bo reluctant to seek It,
Tho Doctor Day Memorial Fund, es-
Pnlt.wrn rlllli tiiM.li1nci ,1m mnnnu Iri
piiy tho snlary of the nurse. Hut ns
the work grows this will prove lnnde.
fjunto to meet tho demnnds. Food nnd
warm bed-clothing arc necessities If
tho Indigent sick nro to bo aided,
A general Invitation Is extended to
tho public for tho meeting at tho par.
lull housa of Central Union Church on
February 19th, ut eight o'clock. It is
hoped thnt interest may bo stimulated
by this meeting so that tho need of
Honolulu for. n campaign of educa
tion In regard 'to tuberculosis will bo
Although there nro not the congest,
ed districts In Honolulu that exist In
tho capitals of L'uropo and tho States,
yet there aro sections where the peo
ple live in close quarters, badly venti
lated, and these nro n- menace to tho
I'ducatlou In regard to tuberculosis
In the Pineapple Country
now, well-kept, B-room bun
galow with front nnd rear
Iannis 2 bedrooms, model 11
plumbing with bath, lavaton,
etc. closets In bedrooms--near
Hallway Station, School,
The trade wind and high nl-
t Undo Insmcs J our hav
Ing n cool, crisp climate. Will
ho rented furnished or
Price unfurnished, $20.00.
Price furnished, $
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HALF INCH OF RAIN
FALLS IN TWENTY
Forly-ono one-hiinilredlliK Inch
of rain fell during Iho twenty-
four hours ending at 8 o'clock this
morning, ncconllng lo the United
States Weather llurcau. The
heaviest precipitation wns jester
f day nfieinoon, when tho rnln fell
In torrents for n time.
-f Night before last, It looked as
though bad weather might Inter-
f fero seriously with tho Lincoln
t Day celebration plans, rain fall- -f
Ing throng most or tho night.
-t- Karly In tho morning hours,
breezes dispelled the clouds, how- -f
ever, nnd It wns not until late In
Iho nftcrnoon that J. l'liivlus
t again opened his Hood gates,
f For nn hour eslcrday the
- down pour wns so heavy that peo-
f pie kept oh the sheets as much -f
as iKissIblc, but there wns no long-
f continued precipitation during -f
f tho night. -f
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' CONSPIRACY CHAROE
(Continued From Pace 1
matter settled, as he was being be
sieged by employes of tho road de
partment, nnd especially by tho gar
bage employes, who wanted to know
when they could get their money.
a a a
Freddy Welsh has challenged Nel
son, nnd unless tho Dane takes ad
vantage, of his liberal terms In tho
next thirty dnys, slates that ho will
claim tho lightweight tltlo of the
world and defend It against nil comers.
College Hills: 11 Sr00 pioperty
Hcnch lot at Kanlawul, 100 ft",
frontnge, area 1 aero '. . .
I'uupuco Tract, Untitling lot,
corner Hast Manoa Hoad nnd
Hillside Ave, 17,000 sq. ft....
Knlnnilil. li;0,000 sq. ft., I! lots,
cleared and fenced .. I'rlco 12G00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Walluku Ass(n Holds
Annual Meeting For
WATER'PROBLEM MORAL TONE)
Combination for Progress Among
Maui Citizens Publio Own
ership of Kahului
(Special to tho U u 1 1 c 1 1 n)
WAILUKU MAUI, Fob. 10. Tho
Wnlluku Iininovelncnt Association
met in the Walluku District court
room last otentng for tho purposo of
electing offlci'i for thu ensuing yenr
and nlso amusing piano for tho pios
er celebration r tho 100th nnnlvcrsary
of tho birth of President Lincoln,
About fouriieii members were pres
ent, l'rcsldem I). H. Davis announced
tho first huMncss of tho evening,
which was the election of officers.
Anil It seemed all wcro unanimous in
the wish that Mr. Davis should con
sent to'Bcrve for another year, but ho
insisted on declining. Tho nomlniu
lions for President wero D. 11, Davis,
.Ins. N. K. Keula, D. II. Case, and C.
i:. Copcland Davis nnd Kcola tied.
Tho latter wished to wlthdrnw In favor
of Mr. Davis, hut thu former would
not listen to the fervent entreaties of
tho members nnd so Mr. Kcolu was
elected by acrl.imntlon. 11. A. Wnds
worth and D. T Carey weio nominees
for Vlco President. The former won
handsomely. Mr. Wllco followed tho
example of President Davis nnd re
fused to accept a renomlnntlon, 1). It.
Cbbo was named Secrotnry by accla
mation, ns wns nlso Mr. C. D. Lufktn
re elected Treasurer. Tho members of
tho Kxccutlu- Commlttco whojvlll
act In conjunction with tho officers
elect wcro: W. A. McKay, C. K. Cope
land, Hov. Canon Wm. Ault, Chas. Wil
cox, J. N. S Williams, D. IL Davis,
nnd Attornc) .las. L. Coke.
J. L. Coke presented tho report of
cpeclal committee to whom was refer
led tho matter of tho Injunction of tho
Wnlluku Sugar Co., against Marston
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works; enjoining both him nnd Cap
tain W. E. Hal, Superintendent Will
luku and Knhutul Water Works fiom
extending water mains until tho mat
ter of tho water rights of the planta
tion in Iao Valley was adjusted by tho
courts. The report was accepted, com
mittee dlscburged and tho matter was
again loferreif to the Dxecutlvo Com
inlttce to lake up with Attorney Gen
eral Hemmcnwny. It Is claimed that
a lctory. for tho plantation would
menu tho deportation of many families
In Walluku, for according to the plan
tation tho Territory is only entitled to
10,000 gnjlons of water per day of 21
hours. That would create a state of
affairs almost ns bad as tho bravo resi
dents of Kula )ino outlined during
Iho past year, unless the climlng legis
lature provides an appropriation, lint
Iho community Is hopeful. They do
not bellevo that tho condition Is ns
bad ns represented, nor do they be
lieve that tho claims of the Walluku
Sugar Company nro analogous lo those
of the Pioneer Mill Company a few
5 ears ago, when tho leglshituro appro
priated funds for suppling the resi
dents of Lalialna with sweet miioutnlii
water fiom Kaiiauhi valley.
Messis. Copcland anil Dodge spoku
on lln matter of the Lincoln celebra
tion which was referred to them, nnd
they will net with Mr. Case ami llroth
cr Frank of Iho Catholic school.
Messrs. Lufklu, McKay and Davis
spoke of tho public ownership of tho
Kahului landing. It wns agreed thnt
h memorial bo sent to tho leglslntnro
nutl Iho Coventor.
Messrs. Wndsworlh, Dodgo, Case,
.Ault and Copcland spoke about tho
nioinl tono of the district nnd Iho mat
ter was leferretl In tho uxecutlvo com
mittee with Instruction to communi
cate wllh Iho llo'ird of Suponlsiirs In
Iho matter, 111 Iho fervent hope that
the authorities direct Ihelr attentions
to the needed work of Improving Iho
moral tone of the county. Tho moot
ing adjourned at ten o'clock.
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AHEAD OF TIME
Despite the fact that Iho nltlttlrlpnl
semi-monthly pay day Is not unlit
Monday, Auditor Hlckncll received)
several Inquiries from anxious Indi
viduals today. "I guess that they
think wo should movo ulong a little,
seeing that this Is the 13th of tho
month," nnltl tho Auditor this morn
ing, Several city employes, who did not
call for'thclr warrants Inst pay day,
believing that thcro was no hopo of
getting their money until n court de
cision ls received, have nw.ikcned to
the fact that somo men nro being
paid. They nro thcrcforo calling for
their warrants and will pay the Trc.is
urcr n visit.
Thcro was little of excitement go
ing on nt tho City Hall this morning
the chief topic of conversation being
tho City nnd County test case. Tho
rlvnl factions havo lined themselves
up, In bnck of their rcspcctlvo lead
ers'nnd nro standing pat.
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HOW MUCH did you
A man will never get
started on the road to
success till he begins to
He may get $200. a
month, and spend It all;
and the fellow next
door, with a larger fain.
Ily, may get $153 and
save $25 every month.
Within a year the de
positor will have over
$300 In the bank, draw
ing Interest at 4',& .
In five years, he will
have $1603, $1E3 of this
being Interest, and
$1500 actually put In
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