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THE PRESIDENT AND HAWAII.
"Nn ninn n liottcr training, nu
iiiiui of mure dauntless ourni;e,
of common Pcitise ami lilfilu-r clint
ncter lina over ramc to tlio I'res
Jilonrv than William Howard
Till Is the opinion Til coil ore Koos-
ivolt holds of the man who wis to
ilny InaiiBiirntcd President of the rltorv. the hornier prevnlU nnd will
I'nltcil States. None has heen In n continue to do no. The jrovernment
liosltlon to moro tlioroushly test tho'of Hnvvnll will 1)0 made cniclent
inuu nnd paw upon the integrity of throush more active nnd Intelligent
the olllelal. .Mr. Tnft has exceptional participation liy Its citizens, not hy
i-ulinient for the Presidency, and ,, meislon to the sstems of mon
hu should bo representntlvo of the aichj nnd nllgnrrhy as now epltomlz
wholu people, nut a faction. led In the cnll for the cicpenslvo "gov-
As regards this Territory's personal eminent hy commission."
interest In the Presidency, Jlr. Tnft i
Is tlio Hist occupant ot that high of
llco whom tho pcuplo ot Hawaii luive
peon nnd know.
Hu Is tho first Pre3-
.... . , . . ., i i ii-oiui'iii inn a iuuitieb selections
dent to possess n knowledge of the ,
fnclllc and Us problems, Hawaii and "1,ow '"el Individuality on tho
Its peculiarities As the 11 u 1 1 e t I n ' Part of the Chief Executive, nnd tlio
Mated In Its advocacy of his nomlnn-l results will ho watched with Intrr
tlon, Mr. Tnft Is a Illg American. lIo'C8l
knows his oun cmiutrv. He knows,
this part of the country, lie has
gained the best part of his Informa
tion llrat-hnud. nnd need not depend
on what Is told him or ho may gain
from his rending.
This Is of the utmost Importance to
the country nnd this Territory, for
i'Ur enr hilngs home the truth of
the foitcnst that tho Pacific Is tho
outer of the world's greatest futuro
iictlMtles, and Hawaii is In tho midst
KUdcnres nro not lacking that tho
l'icsldent hns his own Ideas of how
tho internal affairs of Hawaii should
ho conducted, and has formed his own
estimate of our domestic Industrial
I'lTnlrs. These may meet with popu
lar approval or they may not.
What we may be certain of In con
nection with Mr Tnft's policies In
tho Pndflc In general and these isl
ands In particular Is. that ho will bo
guided by a purpose slnglo to Btrcng.
thcnlng the position of America. Tho'
w heme of defense now being worked i
lut bj tho Army Hnglneers for theso
Islands follows tho plans laid down
by tho Tnft Hoard. As President ho
Is hound to ndvanro this vigorously.
Mr. Tuffs record In tho Philip
pines Is such us to placo him among
tho hullo ers In tho regenerating
fono of liberal American principles
the public school nnd tho privileges
of local clf-gn eminent.
Tho President may bo expected to
throw his Influence In tho balance
for n moro perfect Americanism in
That's what is needed.
EXPENSIVE GOVIRNMENT BY
It Is very interesting to wntch tho
local enemies of American govern
ment squirming under the lash fur
nished by tho exhibit that tho Com
mission government ot Washington Is
one of tho most expensive In the
country. Naturally they strlvo to
ixarriTngo tho figures and eliminate
tho tiuth of the sltuntlon.
Tho trouble with the "(lovcrnmont
by Commission" crowd is their pri
mary dishonesty and anxiety for n
government not representative, but
ono which they may bo nblo to con
trol. This Is the nlm of every big
grafter and those who aspire to be
Having so leccntly celebrated with
much vigor tho birth anniversaries
ot (icnrgo Washington and Abiaham
Lincoln, thoio Is no good reason why
tlio peoplo of tho Territory ot Hawaii
should devoto themselves to nn over
tluow of the principles on which tho
Nation was established and fur which
Its people fought lo preserve,
' No; Hawaii does not need govern
ment hy commission at an added ex
pense us denioiibtiated by tho District
It needs moio uctlvo participation
In public uffaliH by Its citizens whoso
preference Is tn run things by merely
pulling tho strings and watching the
puppets do tho bidding.
It needs n wholeMiiiu) support of
American Institutions among those
who poso as possessing American
It 'needs uieu who will speak well
Wl .,.-! I SfcS-l ,iivtb M
Entered at the Poit office at Honolulu
at m-coiiJ cUm mUer.
ot their couiitrj nml of Ilnwnll nml
back ill' their words with Individual
work for their country and for Ha
waii, along American lines.
It needs lets of the sours and more
of the sweet-tempered men. It needs
American hoosters nnd less of the de
generate and denationalized pessi
mist. Kortun.itelv for Hawaii nnd the
cni,8c ,lf thp .-nti within this Tcr-
.,,....., , , . . .,
When President Itooscvolt took of
fice, ho declared he would follow out
tho policies of his predecessor, and In
so doing mndo few Immcdlato changes
In tho Cabinet otllccrs.
President Tnft takes olTico under
. ,:cli happier circumstances hut Willi
ilio samo promise on his lips to
i arry out tho policies of his predoces
or. To do this he makes practically
u clean sweep ot tho Cabinet officers,
retaining only two of tho lloosevclt
members, in other words, ho hu3
mndo his own Cabinet.
Secretary Knox Is generally known
as n man of most brilliant attainment.
Mr. Wlckcrshnm, thu, now Attorney
General, Is less widely known al
though holding a Bpleudld reputation
Wilson ami win Meyer, now Secretary
of tho Nnvy, nro tho only membcrtf
from the Iloocvelt nmclnl family. Me
Vengh of Chicago Is n second choice
Hitchcock seems to be tho mil
(.trnlght (olltlcal appointment unless
tho nomine of Dickinson Is nn excei
J. M. Dlcklnbon. who Is to hold
thc portfolio of War. Is a Southern
Democrat In politics but hns never
supported llrjan. Ho Is nn nblo cor
poration lawyer. He was born In
Mississippi In 1S.M nnd was graduat
ed from tho University of NiiBhvlllo
In 1871. Ho studied Inw at Colum
bia University nnd then completed
his education at Paris. Ho was admit
ted to tho bar in 1874 nnd began his
practice at Nashville. Ho served
several times as special Commission
er on the Supreme bench of Tennes
see nnd VJia Asslstnnt Attorney Gen
eral of tho United States from 189,1
1897, He then removed to Chicago
end Is now special counsel for tho
Illinois Central Railroad. He wns a
great admirer of Cleveland. Ho wns
mentioned ns a candidate for tho
Presidency by tho nntl-Ilryan wing ot
tho Democracy in 1908, Ho states
that ho did not vote for President at
tho laBt election.
Clinrles Nngel, Commerce and La
bor.'ls also a lawyer and n Soulher.ii
cr. Ho waB born In Texas In 1849.
Ills pnrents boon nfterwnrd removed
to St. Louis nnd It was there he was
educated. Ho completed his law
training with a year nt tho Univer
sity ot Derlln. Ho was admitted la
tho bar In 1874 In St. Louis nnd Im
mediately took nn active part In the
politics of tho State. He wns n mem
ber of the Legislature for several
tonus nnd was president of tlio St
Louis City Council from 1893-1897.
He hob heen n member ot (ho faculty
of tho St. Louis Law School bIiico
1886 nnd Is u trustee of Washington
University. Ho has always been u
Ilepuhllcnn In politics nnd Is n warm
peruonnl friend at Keprcscntatlvc
Illchard A. Ilalllngcr, who takes
Clarlleld'B placo ns Secretary of Inte
rior In Tnft's Cabinet, was born In
Iowa tn 1858. He was educnted In
the schools of his native State, later
at tho University of Kansas, then
took n law courso at Williams Col
lego In MnssachusoftB, Ho then re
moved to the Stale of Washington to
begin piactlci, nnd wns thorn- admit
ted to thu bar In 1S88. U served as
United States Commissioner from
1S90-T892 and was Inter n Judge of
the Superior Court lu Jefferson Couu-
:iH.J&ii . W.l K.A..,tAl,
In the suburbs
house of 5 rooms with
ants' quarters barn
chicken yard Lot
100x200. House and
out-buildings are al
omst new. The prop
erty will be sold on
very easy terms. If you
have been looking for
gains, this is what you
should inquire about.
Property ecu $4800;
will be sold for $2500.
Trent Trust Co.,
ty Ilcmovlng to Seattle, ho hecamo
n member of the law firm of llnllln-
gcr, Itonald & llattle, and In 1904
wns elected Mnor of tho city. In
1907 he was npixitntcd Land Ofilco
Commissioner hy Piesldont lloose
vclt. who declared he wos getting n
120.000 man for $7000. Ho Is' the
author of several Inw bonks.
(Continued from Pace )
A clianco to nunc tho passage of tlio
hill. Tho amendment was tn thu effect
that not only tho Supervisorial appoint
ces shall bo paid for their time, but
also tho Industrious gang that for some
weeks past have sat In tho corridor
outside tho Iload Department olllco
with their feci on tho tabic and dis
cussed weighty mntters of state and
the chances of their getting tho Jobs
to which they were appointed by the
Knlelopu, seconded hy Douthltt,
moved the amendment be tabled. Thli,
motion, nllnwlng of no ilcbito, was put
Knmnliu oxprcsrcil tho opinion then
thai If the men cmplocd by tho Super
vlhois nro to ho paid, they t-hoiild ho
paid out of thu bonds of thu Supcnls
ors who cmplojed them. Ho thought
Knlclopu'ri hnstu' to rush tho bill
through was unseemly, nnywny. Ho
moeil tho hill ho Indefinitely post
poned. Nnkulekn moved It pass. I.lko
favorul Indefinite. ostKinement, ingo
ing that tho Municipal Act gives thu
Mayor tho right of appointment nnd
that this provision has been overrid
den hy tho Supervisors. Ho thought
tho men who had done, tho work ought
to he paid hut tho money should
ronio out of tho junkets of tho Super
Knnlho opened up with n road Hint
t bowed ho has regained his old form
Completely furnished house on Wil
der Ave. for four months
Furnished Cottage, King St., Pa
wna Price $45.00
Furnished House nt Peninsula.
Kalihi, near car line. New house,
lot 100 x 100 Price $1900.
Building lots, Kaimuki, $200. and up.
Building lots, Manoa Valley, $1000
Beach property at Kaalawai,
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES Or SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
and oratory Jms nnnkened from her
(.lumbers. He figured that Iho pas
tago of this bill would demonstrate
that the wholo Municipal Act Is a Joke.
Tho wholo truth wns that there was
n political fight on In Honolulu. Tho
best way to settle tho difficulty would
bo to go and ask the politicians to stop
their rowing nnd rfct to work Tho vot
ers hnvo brought their troubles on
themselves; if they had voted tho
ttrnlght ticket there would have been
no trouble. The bill ought to bo In
Knlelopu nppented to tho gratitude of
tho Ilnwnll members, reminding them
Hint onco beforo when tho County of
Ilnwnll was In sonicwhnt similar pill
kla, thu Oaliu members voted In favor
of a bill to help them. He admitted
that tho Mayor has thu right of ap
pointment, hut only with tho nnnrovnt
of tho Supervisors yet tho Mayor
went ahead and appointed his men
nnd told them to go lo work. Tho real
question, howcvci wns whether or not
the men who did tho work should get
I their pay.
Sheldon argued that whllo the trou
bio undoubtedly roso from n political
row, jot tho county had rtcehed tho
benefit of tho work done hy the men
of tho road department, nnd ought to
bo willing to pay for It.
Knwovvehl rehearsed tho history of
his efforts as tcrgennt-nt-nnns last
session, to lobby through tho House
tho bill to pay tlio Hawaii police. Hu
thought that out of gratitude ho could
hardly do less than support Kalclopu's
Coney moved the previous question.
This carried. Kaulho asked that tho
rules t.o Buspcndcd so ho could offer
nn amendment orally . The motion wns
lost nnd tho bill was put to vote. It
passed by n vote of 23 to 5.
Tho Juvenile Court bill was this
morning taken up for third reading In
tho house nnd fussed by unanimous
Tho IIoiibo hy unanimous vote
passed House Hill S3, providing that
ns soon ns possible nfter enactment
tho laws made by the Legislature shall
be published in English nnd Hawaiian
IIOU80 Dill 70, making certificates o'
Hawaiian birth prima fnrlo cvldcnco
beforo tho courts of tho feu., therein
contnlned, was passed.
Premiums on Bonds.
1-Tvo Sennto bills wcro on tho order
of tho dny for third reading. Tho first
ono tnken up. for final consideration
was McCarthy's Scnato Kill 7, provid
ing that executors, administrators, ro
celvors, etc., appointed by the court
nnd required tn glvu bond, may charge
tho nrcmlum on thu bond against ex
penses of executing their trusts up to
nn amount not exceeding ono-lialf pet
cent per milium on Iho amount of the
Sennto Dill 1 1, rotating to enmmtn
slonera of fences met with nc oppo
sition, nnd goes to the Governor for
his signature. v
Senate Dill 39, relating to the tak
ing of private property fo- trliool ui.d
other public purposes, passed by a
voto or 29 to 1.
Knudsen's Sennto Dill 34, to mako
cei tilled copies of public archives re
ceivable In evidence was pascd uiinu
Sennto llll 41 Knudscn, amending
Iho laws relating to tho Court of Lnnd
Registration, aroused no debate. Iho
voto In favor of Its passage wus umn
Semite Hill 43, providing for scrli
on corporations, came down from Hit
upper house and passed first reading
"Do It lesohed hy tho House of Rui
resenlntlves or tho Territory of i(i
wall, that when It does adjourn fu
Iho day. It do so In bono- of the Inau
guration of His HxcollcTicy, William
II. Tnft, us President of tie United
Stntes of America,"
This resolution was proposed by At-
ronso this morning ami unanimously
adopted by tho Houso
Tho first nwa hill of tho 8ifIon was
Intindnccd by Knlelopu ills bill
makes It a mlsdeineanor, pi.nlshnblo
b n fine of 125 to S1I10, or not inure
than two months' Imprisonment for
any grower of nwa to furnish thu root
lo any person who hns no license to
A bill piovldlu? for nlr brakes on
street cars, was! Introduced by Corroa
Tho committed reconimcndnl tho
pnssngo of Moanniill's .lolut Uos-jIii
tlnn 3, rrovldlng that no Terrltui IjI,
Cimnly or Munlclpil officer nr cm
plojee shall draw moro than one snl
nry. iho Judiciary Committee reported
ndvcifely on Houso DIM (11, hv Make
sun nn net to nnicnd Sections 1 '48 nnd
1219 Itovlsed Laws, and mnko Dis
trict Magistrate nnd Deputy Sheriffs
a ho.ud of equalization on tnx mutters.
Monday, March 8th
AT 8 O'CLOCK
No, 157. THIHUTOItY OP HAWAII.
COURT 01' LAND HEOISTIIATION'.
THRRITORY OP HAWAII TO W. II.
CASTLH, Trustee, mill). MAKI
NOj LILIUOICALANI IC. DOMIN13;
TERRITORY of HAWAII by C. It.
IIEMBNWAY ns ATTORNEY
GENERAL and by MARSTON
CAMP1IELL ns SUPERINTEND
ENT of PUDLIC WORKS; CITY
nnd COUNTY of HONOLULU by
'JOSEPH J. FERN ns MAYOR nnd
PRESIDENT of the HOARD of SU
PERVISORS; C. LllllilH MCAIIEE;
K. 8UOAKA, nnd to ALL whom It
Whereas, n petition has beon pre
sented to snld Court by 1:dVARD
IIERRICK DROWN to register nnd
ci.nflrm his tltlo In the following-described
Beginning nt n driven Iron pipe,
filled with concrete on tho proposed
new North-west lino of Manoa Vnlloy
Road, said point being 38C0.1 feet
North nnd 4204.6 -feet East from
Rocky Hill Trig. Station, and run
ning, by truo nilmuths;
(1) 325 02' 30", t, feet, nlong
land described In L. 11, C. No.
200 to J. A. Magoon, to n cross
on fa Co nt slono wall on present
lino of Mnno.i Valley Road;
(2) 41' 19' 30", 300. feet, nlong
Southeast sldo of stone wall
along present line ot Mnnua Vnl.
ley Iload to n cross on n stono
(3) 141 13' 30", 227.8 feet,
along stone wall along land ot
(4) 145 00', G2. feet, nlong
(5) 142 35', 1100. feet, nlong
samo continuing up tho pall to
u driven 2,-lnch galvanized Iron
plpo on lop of ridge; from this
point Lea hi Trig. Station bears
355' 30' 30" and Rocky Hill
Trig. Station bears 33 47';
(0) 223 00', 104. feet up rldgo
nlong Government lnnd;
(7) 210 30', 148. feet, nlong
(8) 197" 10'. 05.8 feet, nlong
samo to a driven galvanized Iron
(9) 325' 02' 30", 1421.2 feet,
down tho pall along land de
scribed In L. M. C. No. 200 to
J. A. Magoon to tho Inltlnl point;
Containing nn nrca of 10.41 acres,
being u portion of L. C. A. 11029,
Ap.inns 1 and 2, to J. Stevenson, on
tho Northwest side of the Mnno.i Val
ley Iload; in Manoa Valley, City nnd
County of Honolulu, Oahu.
You nro hereby cited to nppcnr nt
tho Court ot Land Registration, to bo
held nt Honolulu, Island ot Oahu, on
tho 19th day of March, A. D., 1909,
at ono o'clock nnd thirty minutes in
tho afternoon, to show cause, It any
ou have, why tho pr.icr of Bald pe
tition should not bo granted. And
unless ou appear at said Court nt
tho tlmo nnd plnco aforesaid jour
default will bo recorded, and tho said
petition will bo taken ns confessed,
and you will bo forev'cr barred from
Contesting snld petition or any decreo
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER, Es
quire, Judgo of said Court, this 17th
day of February, In tho year nine
teen hundred nnd nine. .
Attest with Soul ot snld Court.
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