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XEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Wallace I5S. Furrlnjjton. - - Ddltor
SUBSCUIPIION HATES PAYABLE IH ADVANCE.
Pet Atmilli miyrthere M !! 3 . .4f 7fJ
lr(Jiiart iii)lw'tlnl 1 3.I
Per Y.ar, miv hue In t S .. M.or
I cr Veil, iiotljiaia, InmRl I.2.CHI
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
In the Territory
It is not to be supposed that any ,cri"h ru,ni tlle Tcriitor of Hawaii'
person of proved criminal attributes Campaigns with tho moral tag
will tee anything wrong in the let- '" "'em have been so frequuntl) con
fer of n cituen to a member of the dotted in tliii city vith threats ami
Legislature withdrawinc; "favors" on blackmail ns their ililcf weapons,
account of his votn on a nnblic mcas- that honest men of the Inlands and
emigres now has thu women rn
, Its trail, nnl no ono believes It ill
ilnro stand ngaiust tho onslnugiit.
Sir. rati banks In coming llono
1 II 111 should bu prepared to calibrate
nnd forget the Iceberg anil tho but-ii'rmllk-cocktnll
lct ua hae temneranco In Hawaii
nil opposed to reckless agitation tlmt !
retards piogrcsa nnd discredits hou-
tirnblo efforts nt reform.
Queensland sugar pcoplo thought',.. ., ,,, ,,.... ,lf
they would go to the wall under fio
burden of whlto labor. Thoy wt:o
not only mistaken but thoy nro en-'
Joying a steadily Increasing prosper-
. .. . . ...
Ono million dollars of bonds taken'
III WI1UUUV II U IUI IIUII'.IUII "l v.l'-
ltnllsts who havo hitherto held tho
iccord of controlling ever) thing,
rpenks woll for the Ilnanclal status
Of Honolulu at tho present time.
j ' 1- f
Tho II u I 1 e 1 1 n Is disposed tc
think well of Mr Woolley and rec
ognlso his rljht to become nncmbcr
of any political party he sees fit to
Join. Hut when Woolley or anjone
HKo him (Usplas himself In public
ns tho exponent of all that Is night
nnd all who have icached other con
clusions nro not only Wrong but en
emies of tho Common Rood, ho Is tak
ing a courso that must liuit the c.utso
ho has scned with enthusiasm. Tho
.liquor problem Is not solved but there
Is an Increasing number of men who
havo lhcil In Prohibition States who
Know that Prohibition Is n failure.
Apropos of nothing lit particular, '
i Cnlln " itt.lilluli.l l.i Iftln ln1lvnru
itrclf of the following:
If jou'ro not lit for nnj thing
else, if sou aro drunk nnd hun
gry. ou can get a job on tho
roads. Sure! There nro no poor
'houses, so It is a good thing a
man can get woik on tho roads
when he Is turned on a Job at
ltho Masonic building unci nnoth
'of nt tho Volcano Stnolss Hav
ing tho Jo) he can got something
to cat nnd ho won't get drunk.
Nino men out of ten when asked
for money con to buy food, will
buy n drink InRtcad and an emp-
' ty holly can't stand many of thrm.
Thero ma bo some deep meaning
In tho reference to a man turned off
tho Masonic Templo or Volcano Sta
ples Job. What attracts this paper
in relation of work on tho roads to
Hawaii's lack of poor-houses. If tho
roadi savo men from becoming public
charges, tho construction Is cheap at
doublo tho prlro per day.
'" MR, RICHARDS'TeTTER AND
It la an Interesting commentary on
thfj'moral standard of Honolulu that
certain elements claiming tho privi
lege of moral censorship over tho
community look upon tho letter of
Theodore Richards to Senator Coolho
ns little short of criminal on tho part
of Coelho who received 11
A letter of thnt charoctcr oddiess-
Cd to a State legislator of Iowa, for; It was, alter all, not tho beginning
Instance, would call torn Grand Jury of the end, but tho commencement of
investigation and action on tho part a new era, cast In a different mould,
of Judicial ofllcers that would ntnnd that things being at their np
least furnish a moral cxaniplo If It pniont woist would begin to mend by
did not ollmlnato that stylo of bust
iiesa fiom public affairs.
((hHcro In Honolulu tho member of
tho LegNlaturo Is nttacked for hav
ing been tho icclplont of bucIi a loi
ter, and tho genoial atmosphere of
tho "moralists" Is apparently ono of
Badness that tho favors given in tho
hope of securing n vote vcro not ac
cepted in tho dpli It In which thoy
7 Yet In tho faco of this bomo of Our
p people try to mnka nut that now blood
' isTnot needed in tho nfllclul lists of
itho Territory, In older thnt common
fs-JusUco aud common honesty may not
issued on Tuesday of each wuk.
WBUKLY llUt.ULVl I.N
rcrSI Mm.Iiu S .no
Per Yr anywhere In U 5. . . . I.oo
Pellrfll nii)wti. re In (.ftna(!A . I.ftil
Pcrvenr po'titiia foreign .. .. 2.oo
ttVereJ at th- rottofJirt nt Honolulu
m knijTi t-Un nutter
APRIL 7 ,1003
an Increasing number from the main
liuul believe that Hawaii will moo
forward toward I r nest Ameilcanlsni
with nmikpi.l (inlcketicil step when
n fall nn iilier of the rcrormcru, ro
fortn WHITE WORKMEN IN
ti, ini,n nmi.i,.. r, ,.,..,., in iim
Eusar intluut y. seems lo be solved ns
far as Queensland Is concerned.
Noithcrn Australia is n much hotter
nml tiii n fi-ntlnul Knunlrv limn ltn-
tUe Soulh gc(l ,8lnn,,erB( 10 Iagt of
h()m ,cft QueengIiini, somo mo ag0(
,,,,, of R0O(,( nBra.worMnB whUc
. b . t , . . . .
I ample nt present White cane-rut-
tors aro earning from $1G. to $20.50
wccK nm, nl g R00(I pa) f()r a
laborer In Australia. This tho plant
ers nre nblo to pay on account of tho
I)0mi3 paid by tho Oocnimcnt on
sugar produced li whlto labor.
Shearers, of course, earn more, but
'heir expinscg aic erj heavy, as
,9 havo to travel from one sheep
tatlon to another, nnd they ure not
cry long In the ono place. On tho
itlicr hand, cauc-cutters are at the
Jiino place for the wholo season, and
whvn tho qro.i is harvested tacklo
tho other plantation jobs.
Tho "Town and Country Journal,"
than which there is not a moro re
liable paper in Australia, gives n
very good review of tho labor situa
tion thnt Is of vast Interest to Ha'
wall, where tho Bugar Industry must
employ n steadily Increasing forco
of citizen labor.
"Thero Is n charm nbout the plant
cr's llfo that reminds ono of tho
pleasures of fruit culturo on an Irri
gation colon.," tns tho Journal
"Cane culturo has Its ill aw backs. Ono
runs ilsks with regard to labor. This,
however. Is an old trouble that Is
giadually disappearing, though the
bogoy h lalifd by M-lf-do'.mled ulvrti
IstH producing ssaio from time lo
' It hi3 bean saU froii the begin
ning that white men cannot work In
the ".weltering heat of a enno Held,
and no distinction was made be
tween Southern nnd Northern
Queoiiil.ind. This ufllrmatlon rr)s-
tallred Into n dogma, and was un
consciously adopted as an article of
faith. Hut, In tho fulness of time,
discredit was cast upon this creed by
experience, and it was admitted that
white men can stand tho heat nnd
burden of tho day cultivating or cut
"It was then said, 'Whlto labor is
unreliable, nnd falls In performance
of Its promises at tho critical moment
wl.on so much depends on Its stabil
ity.' Howover, no argument based
on practice or theory could stem tho
tide, nnd the deportation of tho
South Sen Islander camo. It was In
evitable as things stood. Planters,
nevertheless, hoped against hope.
Tho passage was n painful ono, and
opening tho recording nngcl'B book
nt this chapter ono will Imagine ho
Is reading tho Hook of Lamentations.
The mountains groaned, not In pangs
of birth, hut in fear of death. It
scorned like tho end of all things, for
tho planter, who, at that stage, could
not sco or bo expected to see that
virtue of the Inherent properties pos
bCbsed by circumstances In finding n
satisfactory solution fur tho Ills tho
world Is heir to. The SOOO South
Sea bo j 3 went In dribs and drabs un
til 'tho last of tho Mohicans' (shipped
bomo tlmo ago, wero returned to tho
enchanted Isles of tho South Pacific,
" 'Naturo abhors n vacuum,' nnd
that created by tho ropatilatlon of
tho South Sea Islander Is being filled
with a rather lino typo of Australian
workman, many of whom hnto tho
whlto 'wnster' possibly moro than
they would havo hntod tho Polyno-
siau had thoy known lilni by contact,
FEW YEARS AGO a
was able t save a
everv mont i (she
school) went to a lea lint; business man nnd asked him to
advise her how to invest her small surplus. He told her
to hay Ewa stock. Shi purehasod a few shares, and then
cvory time she pot a 1 ttle money ahead she bought more.
How she has fifty shats; they cost'- her on an average
!;25.00 a shcre, raaUing a total investment of $1,
iiriO.OO. She has pud no attention to fluctuations in
market prices of stocks; she did not bny for speculation,
but for investment, mil now her "monthly income 'from her
Ewa shares is .?10.0t or ?120.00 a year: That is
1). 6 per cent, en her iaveslment- This, is' not intended as
advice: it is simply a 1 ttle bit of-history i But if you wish
to discu3 the qucstioa of stoda arid-bonds, "or investments
of any kind, it is our b wines: to serve' yodl Command ns.
Trent Trust .Company, Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stocky Uc'nd Exchange.
I ' ' y. r. lv!i
Tho 'waster' (loafer) Is doomed nsi
far as cano labor Is concerned. I"dr
years ho mailo tho ranufleliU bU
liuppy hunting grounds. Worl.mon
of the truo t)pc, knowing nothing of
tho i'oljneslan n simple child of
Nnturo In habits and passions wero
not tmptoit to Eoek work whcio col
ored labor held half tho field. 'Dis
tance lont (dls)enthantmcut to the
"Consequently tho workmen of
doubtful chnructer, who could not
hold their awn in the open market
ngalnst workmen of good character,
drlfloJ further afield. This flotsam
and Jetsam reached tho canoftold; be
came a nuisance nnd n menace, nnd,
being entitled to call Itself 'white,'
created a false lmprcslon, which Ii
now being slowly rooted out.
Tho reputable workman never
differs n human parasite lung. Ho
has bummary wajs. and tho 'waster'
who Ii u parn-Iie--Ii boon shoul-
deied out The wrU-ubi-Ut or hotel-
loafing varlct) of wi.stor was in evi
dence this season at Ilundnborg. Tho
nomadic or Troclodlte, c.uuplng-out
variety hovered mound towns in su
gar districts, whero ho cbuld get in
tlons from tho police, or could llvo
by begging, because ashamed to dig,
but ho U a vanishing quantity.
"Tho group of workmen tho writer
has in viovv disporting on tho glado
beforo their tents may bo classed Al
at I.lojJ's. This class Is an Increas
ing quantity. It U Saturday after
noon Tho camp cinploju a cook, so
that tho drudgery common to camp
llfo when tho camper Is his own cool;
and laundress Is duno nvvuy. Cane
cutters earn, good wages, nnd can nt
ford to pay for reasonable comfort.
At Goodwood Plantation, last season
ii m,T. i'i
Six-room cottage, convenient
car line: lot 100x150 $4000.
Corner lot on' Wilder nvcnuo;
modern house In good condi
tion . $4750,
On high gmund, corner lot con
taining 3:1,000 pqtiaro feet,
with story nnd half house., $1100.
Also a pood real estate investment
in small cottages near town.
COB. TORT AND MERCHANT ST3.
wiiu wi; uii, unu;ux.iJ ui ni
malihini school teacher who
few dollars out of her salary
was encased' in a private
n gang of cutters nvcraged nearly
1 5. lt"v'eet',Wnl!d0tliein!nimuin
weekly wngo was $20. CO. Tho Ted
oral bonua on white-grown sugar ta
pers olT to nothing In 1911, but tho
standard of wagc3, however. Is now
n fixed law. In a season llko tho
present, owing to frosted inne. It is,
of course, not possible lo earn so
much when cutting is paid for by
contrnct, but It would bo a pity if
tho many oxcellcnt workmen who
camo from northern New South Wnlcs
to try canc-cuttlng this season for tho
llrst time should allow themselves to
feel discouraged, and sta) awny in
WHO TOOK UP BIG BOND ISSUE
(Continued from Pate li
nro not In on this, ull of which shows
thnt thero Is an IncreaiiiiK number of
largo Investors In tho maiket
Paauhaii Sugor Plantation Co , Iil.
Polltz & Co , Honokaa Suar Co . Pa
cldc Sugar Mill. Tlico 11 Davles H
Co, Lewis & Co., 11. Hi.cUill & Co.
Allen & ltoblnso.i, Ltd. r Haistpad,
I. A. Schaefcr, Morris Rosenbledt.
Muriel C. Shingle, W II Mclncrny.
Tho bonds uro sold at nlnot) -three.
and tho amount of mibucilption will bo
paid lu nt Intervals In Looping with
tho progress of tho work that V'"
start immediately. Thoeo "on tho Job"
say they will soon havo a thousand
men at work
Tills Is tho biggest r.nanclnl deal of
recent carB and now that everything
Is llnlshed up those who held off mo
now sinld to bo lushing In Mid do
maudlng a share of tho Issue. It nil
eIiovvb tho excellent financial condition
of tho city and best of all demon
btrati'St nn Incciaslng rcndlncss of loc
al capitalists to back local enter
prlsos. Tho stock market this moinlng was
n llttlo quiet but thero Is no weaken
lu; at nn point In tho stock list
Tho fl.'ht announcement of a divi
dend Incre,i3" was niadn this moinlng
by Wnlluku which advances its illv-
Idont from ono and a half to thrco cr
cent. Tho Hiock Is held nt $200 and
can't bo luvl In un quantity at that.
Hawaiian Commercial lb cnjojlng a
temporal-) a;i'-,. selling this morning
at $117. Honokan Is strong nt $18
Walalun Is coming out In very small
lots aU $97.50. This stock will pasi
par on tho next spurt. Hutchinson
uaga a llttlo but tho icpoit on tho
plantation nro generally favorablo unit
an advance scorns probable Olaa Is
In tho running again. Belling nt $5 to
day and not much offering. Tho gener
al outlook Ik for n fairly qillot weak
but us tho crop U marketed nnd thoro
Is a fnlr piospert for somo lucrcaso
In dividends, tho whole list will ad
viuico In a comparatively short tlmo,
Tho slight drop lit sugar had no ills.
quieting effect' nlthoug'l h'ets went
lower than had been anticipated.
Nothing Ins hiprcncit to ciinngo tho
genera! belief that liio prlco will hold
at n good avcrago throughout tho sea
ton. ,, .- wi. ivyw.wMn,ii,
Both Lon( and Short Effects.
Prices '. , .$4,50 to $S each
FOR ALL SALflONS
Third of Million Offered for Exclu
sive Privilege for Saloon Bus
ncss in Portland Goth
PORTLAND, Ore., March 24.
Portland may adopt tho (lolhenbuiE
syitcm of placing all saloons under n
tingle owneishlp An nseoclatlou
that seeks n franchise for tho control
of the retail liquor business for ten
icars today began the, circulation of
Initiative petitions for a law grant
ing them this pilvllcgo.
Kiir such it franclilxo tho associa
tion ngtccs to pay SK5,000 n )cat
for the llrst Ilro ye.tra and $400,000
for the second flvo' years. It also
ptomlses to reduce the number of su
loonB from 440 to 2C0 nnd properly
13. S, Ji McAllister; who represents
the lorpor.itlon, refuses to reveal the
names of those behind the movement.
It Is reported that Haslcrn capital
back's tlib ventuw, and ono of the
avowed objects Irf to counlciact tho
piohlbltlon movement by eliminating
the abuses connected with the pies-
ont onerntlou of saloons. Tho plan
would follow closely tho Gothcnbcig
Idea ns carried out In soveral Euro
PRESIDENT TAFT SHIES
AT PACTIONAL FIGHTS
Welflht of Administration Will Not De
Loaned to Any'Candldatc.
Mr. Talt Ins laid down tho Ii -d and
fast rulo thnt ho will not Intoruro In
lay political hqunbblo lu iin itatc or
asslft In u factional war within tho
party, Tho occailoii was tho appeal
made lo him bj Senator Hopkins of
Illinois, who Is p candidate for roelec
Hon beforo tho Legislature at Spilng
flold nnd who, after a contest extend
lng over moro than blx weeks, is still
as far f i out re-election ns over.
Scuntor Hopkins arxues that ho hno
a mortgage on tho oKlcc, bocauso ho
received tho greatest number of votes
nt tho prlmar) election. Ho has never
been near a majority of the Leglnhi
lure on Joint ballot, and his filcndn
hnvo begun to despair of his ultimate
An unsuccessful nppcal was luadc to
President Roosevelt and then Senator
Hopkins decided to wait until ho could
get a chance at Mr. Tnft mid mako his
plea. Mr. Taft, It Is understood, hns
tnado It plain that ho cannot aid any
particular candidate for Senator when
there nro others equally doforvlng.
Ho regards what lio nnd President
lloobovclt did In tho Now York r,ona-
torlal election ns standing by ItBCir.
Thero could bo no question that Iilllm
Root was tho best man for tho position
In point of standing nnd equipment,
nnd tho Influence, of tho outgoing and
tho incoming administrations was
thrown lu favor of Mr. Root with tho
result that ho was elected harmon
iously. Tho refusal of, Iho Piosldent to 3up
port Mr. Hopkins wns a great dlsa-
polntmcnt, but Mr Taft, it is said, will
adhere to his position that tho Presi
dent of tho United States has no busi
ness Intcrfoilng In tho Internal part
troubles of any particular localll;
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Mr.T. Dai nocott. West Avlinor.Onlirlo. Can., writes! 4
"Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after liavlnu la crippo. I too1:
Peruna for two months, whon I becamo quito well, nnd I can cay that
any oco can bo cured by it In a rcasonablo time and nt little expense.
Every thao I take a cold I tako somo Peruna, which indies me woll ajjaln.
"1 also Induced a j oting lady, who wis nil rundown and confined to tho
house, lo tako l'crunn, and after taking l'cruna for thrco months sho is ablo
lo toUov her trade of tailoring. ,
"I can recommend Peruna for all
EVI RY ar, il'irlng the inclement
weather of winter, tboro U an epi
demic of la grippe, Thdlfso Is really
catarrhal in nature, but from the form
It assumes, hen Imuii commonly termed
SpicnJId Remedy for La Grippe.
Mr. I'rnnk II. l'lcldir, Ul l'lcaasnt
Avo., Montgomery, Alibstna.1T. S. A.,
formerly principal of Ha) ncsvlllo High
"1 can truthfully say that Peruna is
a cplondld remedy for la grippe nnd a
good tonic for building up thu system."
La grlppo is vory tcnaeloiii when It
Hicogntsa firm hold upon (hopyMcm,
una In addition to a thorough, sj stcmlo
Tho following wholesals
i MR. T. IJARNECOTT. MJkSM
gists will imPPD tho retail tradv "c". "" w.,
WE WILL SHOW TEX LARGEST AND MOST ELE
OAHT ASSORTMENT OF EASTER NOVELTIES EVER
SEEN IN HONOLULU BEGINNING
PANORAMA E0a3, EGGS IH NEST3, BUNNIES,
Hasdsomclv Colored CANDY EGGS and
Cunning Little CHICKS.
Hot X Brans
Delivered to residences early GOOD FRIDAY MORN
ING. ORDER TODAY.
THE PALM CAFE, '
HOTEL HEAR UNION STREET.
Laces, feathers, curtains, etc., Shirts, '
Collars, Cults, Linens,
258'Berctania St. Phone 1491.
Received ex Alamtvda a New Ship
nient of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The mest poyslar
plate iu to?a.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel Bt. near Fort,
lack ilrnllj. Jack Roberts.
NO PLACE LIKE THE
FOR A COOL DRINK OF BEER
TORT near KUKUI
Mtil La Grippe.
such who aro ill and require a tonic.
catarrh rcmrdy,aprcntdcalof patlcnc
and pernlstencu In Iho treatment aro re
quired toeradlenlo thoiltscate.
Piruua, an lntoriial catarrh remedy,
Is ono of thu best medicines ever do
Tlicd (o meet the exigencies of thct-o
cases, Tho largo number of commend,
atory let tors received by Dr. llnrtmnn,
tho Inv entor of Poruna, In behalf of hi
remedy Is proof sulllclcnt of Its valuo
as a rellablo medlcliio for tho "grip."
Jtr.rrankllauer, Mlnnelska, Minne
sota, U.S. A., writes: "I suffered with
la grippe. My lungs folt ns If knives
wcro sticking In them. I took l'cruna
and in tour Ua) s 1 was ablo to go out,"
.,..., ... . .,
ALAKEA MID MERCHANT ,
Brown & Lyon Co.
ijiM w in ii.nii
Collector EveniiiK Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Enpnecring
Association. Ofiice Hours: Front
12 to 1 at Bulletin ofilre.
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