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MAY 14, 1909
The soured Honoluluans who meet of enne culthntlnn ami micar momi
American steamship proposals for factiiro How mucli this Is duo to a
setter passenger accommodation for sciife of juiiire unU how much to
.lonolulu are emulating the i'orto mc m-pip ioksps tno cane cultivating
lienn recently convicted jn the Hilo
ohre Court of being "a d fool."
10 ... Li- ......ill nia.i.C amuse-
:icnt, they can't stop Hololulu from
lonir.'n torn will suffer If the strike
tuinim "cil .uli man may JucIbc
Una the Mliul now cnriKiilreil to delay
hi completion or that linely Niitiaim
Kklitccn dollars a month Is a cry
ihnt la souiuIIiib many ttell-lnloiitlcmoil
mil Industrious Japanese to rtnnniial
i it In.
A IciiRt liy statement has been
ptiulisheil In connection with tho
strike situation that purports to bo
tho icvn of n leading planter.
This statement may lie woll In
ti'titloneil, hut It is valueless In Its
Inlluenrc on the community, be
cause It has nothing more authorita
tive behluil 11 than some Impersonal
A largor number of Japanese work
men on our sugar plantations arc re
reiving more than Jl.s a month, than planter who may know what lie Is
are paid at that late or Ies. talking about or may not, or In tho
I esteem of the average readers It may
Do something to ho'o Honolulu. You not u0 a planter talking, anyway.
don't make anyone vise or oursolf what will help the community
happier by snaillng all the time or ' morc than anything else at tho pres-
slaudcrlng tho town nml Hb people. I cut tlnio Is a terse, pointed statement
l by tho President of tho Planters' AR-
Tho man who sells out his sucir B0Cni0n or nhy member who may
Hock by reason of tho present Hurry 00 intimately connected with tho
exercises his right as a Iree American 8trIKu situation.
citizen, but there Is no money In It. j This statement should clearly put
'before the people of tho Islands the
Tho Board of Imniltiralloh lias -i fnctu In regard to wages and also
great work cut out for It. and Hi.- whether tho planters In so far as
mnro speedily tho thiee thousand thoy arc ablo Intend to stand out
Ranch of over 100 acres 12 acres
to produce fruit during this coming
season and 30 acres to come into
bearing next year 10 additional
acres arc ready for planting. The
fruit in the ground and which is to
be harvested during the next- four
teen months should nearly pay for
the property. Interested parties can
secure further details at our office.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
available 1'ortugueso aro headed for
this pert, tho better.
as a unit against tho conduct of tho
sugar Industry by agitators In Honolulu.
If tho Attorney General can success-1 It should not require two columns
fully carry on the duties of Terrltoiial of reading matter for any member
Treasurer without interfering with tie-1 of the Planters' Association to put
parlmental elllcleiicy. what's the use i tho situation before the people in
of having any Treasurer's salary. pointedly convincing style. And a
r- declaration of this character will do
It is good business and good mor-!noro to unify the bentlment of all
nls; It Is tho duty the community classes, and properly miorm mo mis
"wes to Its children to equip them guided Japanese, laborers than any
whllo In school Tor tho work that , thing that has been ollcrcd up to tho
will give them an honest living nft-i Present dale.
er the school days aro over.
Agitators should bo taught a lesson
il the present slilke that will not bo
-non forgotten. Let It bo established
'nco, and for all that honest labor shall
ilways have a respectful hearing but
the men to stir up workmen for a live
It's very unfortunate that frequent
reference to one hundred thousand
Immigrants and ono hundred thous
and tourists should causo any llono-
WHAT BECOMES OF OUR SCHOOL
Anordlng to the statistics com
piled by Supcilntcndent llabbltt a'
ver good hhaie of Hie children who
leave our public sihools go to work.
Nevertheless the showing Is such
that tho most dlslnteiestcd person
can see tho need fur keeping a closer
watch over tho children, both whllo
f An unsigned editorial In The
f Friend they are usually Initialed
breathes the following eonsola-
tlon in the Ilreckons cuse:
The Ilreckons fiasco has not rli-
f pled tho surface of the smooth
sea of llfo hero but deep down nn
f "Tho tho mills of find grind -
Yet they grind exceeding small.
f Tho with patlenco He stands
With exnetness grinds He all."
And thero we are content to
leave this latest romnientary up-
f on tho revised Ilrct Hnrtelsm
"That for ways that aro dark
f And for tricks Hint are vain.
f U. S. politics Is peculiar."
f -t- 1--t-"t--H--t--t-"t--f
(Continued from Pace 1 )
bo brought, unless thoso who ovvo
Bewcr rates pay up nt once.
The announcement that these suits
were to be brought, however, has al
ready mndo a number of tho slow
ones conio to tlmo. Ilcforo 10 o'clock
this morning Mnnitcl Conk, chief
clerk of tho Public Works Depart
ment, lint! taken In over $100 In
sewer rates, paid by persons who had
put off tho evil day until they saw
themselves in danger of being sued.
Others have been paying up during
tho past few days, and It is expected
that with tho filing of this first fifty
suits there will bo a rush to tho Pub
lic Works ofllco of householders anx
iously clamoring to ho allowed to
contribute their mites toward tho
running expenses of tho Government.
YOUR MEAIS where you
KNOW that everything you
get is pure, clean, well-cooked
and wholesome. Eat at the
lulu person added unhnpplness Tho , in school and after they leave, in
tourUts anil Immigrants will como ' order that tho uiilndustrlous uncm-
right nlong, dcsplto
If you bcllcvo that the freight steam
ship llncB should leclpiocato by giv
ing Honolulu Improved pasbengur ac
commodations, let tho people who o
crato the freight lines know It. The
local steamer on which bookings can
bo made for a round trip with assur
anco that the passenger will get what
ho pays for. Is the sort of service thai ! assembled
v ill build up a permanent torn 1st bus
Iness for Hawaii. If freighters will got
tho habit of- handling passengers, k
will bo only a short tlmo before tho
passenger trade will take first place.
ploved may be reduced to tho small
est possible number.
Mr. llabbltt In his letter to the
President of tho Planters' Associa
tion, reviews the figures thnt wcro
given In a previous issuo of this
paper fmm Information furnished
by Mr. llabbltt. Tho most Important
feature of this letter Is tho state
ment that tills is tho first time stat
istics of this character havo been
It Is needless to bay
THE EWA STRIKE.
Hvva plantation Japanese, appear
to havo taken u mlddlo-of-thc- road
policy on tho strike question.
Tho announced readiness of tho
laborers to ictiirn to work on Mon
day, after they havo presented their
demands, and keep tho plantation
work moving whllo tho manngoment
Is reaching a decision Indicates that
tho agltatois havo lost ground nt
Kwa and have not gained tho confi
dence of tho laborers by tliclr Im
perious Handling of tho stilkes on
Honolulu and Oahu plantations.
On tho other hand, the fact that
the men have gono out for two clays
shows tho .effect of tho long cam
paign of mlsieprcitcntntlnn and
bliould Impress tho plantation Inter
ests with tho r.ocesslty of a nun
stand against nny and oovrytulug
that has uny direct relation to tho
agitators, or smacks of their meth
ods. Tho nvva Japanese havo shown a
somowhat decent regard for their
employers nml tho great loss that
JJ3c wSgjrj vtunrg-a '$-i,?
that It will not be tho last, and wo
may bo suro that this first canvass
of what Is becoming of our children
will furnish tho basis for a great
amount of good work In the future
Mr. Halibut's conclusions and sug
cestlons aro bound. Tim children
who aro each year going out to up
lift or degrade, the citizenship of our
Territory should receive attention.
An effort should bo ma do to start
them right after thoy leave Bchool.
If a boy is developing Into n loafer
It Is worth a fraction of someono's
time to find out if there is not Mime
wuy of putting him to work whero
ho can make something of himself
and save him from Jail.
When tho hnbll is acquired of fol
lowing tho boy and girl after their
bchool days nro nvor, thero will grow
un a bettor knowledge of what tho
school lacks In equipping tho oung
peoplo to mako tho most of the op
portunities about them, or, as Mr.
llabbltt puts It, bettor proparo
them for tho work thoy aro suited to
All this lain line with tho Indus
trial training featuro that should be
more generally doveloped In tho pub
Tho good work bliould go on.
New Bungalow, Hanoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms.
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream, Price
Furnished Cottage, Waikild
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula. Waterhouse Trust
Cor, Fort and Merchant Sis,
'TWAS A YARN
Keillor Kv oulng II ill lot Hi
I saw J our paper last evening nul
was greatly surprised to read nil ur
lelo in which sou sink' that "llie
strike al Alea was prompted l oiic
of the mlnlslera of the Gospel lt
did this in order lo win the confidence
of tho Japanese luborers, so thai when
tho proper tlmo conies, he niuld In
diicc them to become members of his)
church. Tho Japanese lluddhlst nun '
Isters aro highly respected by the .Inp
micro people, because they attend to
tliclr business retlglousl. It nppcars
from tho ynijn Hint there Is fhnrp com
petition for religious followers"
Now- since I nm tho only Jnpanes
minister of tho Gospel stationed n '
Alea. I eupposo this Is meant to
Permit mo th'erofoio lo stale Hint
Is, as on Justly say, n "yarn." In
deed this N tho first tlmo I oyer saw
this word In print and ho I turned to
my Webster and found Hint n nrn Is
"nn exaggerated story of an exlrav
ngnnt nature (old not for Instruction
nor cdlfleatlo-i but for amusement e g
A sailor's yarn." And so I nm not so
pained ns ou might supposo because
your account Is only a yarn, which no
Intelligent people will believe.
Hill In case xomo misinformed load
ers should bo leil ns'tray, plcaso per
mit me to say that I have had no rela
tion whatever with tho strike, have
never attended u meeting of tho slrlk
era, nor advised, nor suggested any
thing, for 1 Keep religiously lo my own
Also may I stale that I nnd the
lluddhlst minister nro on good terms
of friendship. Members nlso nro good
f I lends. Wo havo no keen compel I
tlon at all. Why should wo? Tills Is
all a foolish yarn. Kindly allow this
hastily written note u place In nur
columns and ou will confer n gieat
Minister Gospel, Alea.
May llth, 1009.
MRS. EVELYN E. BARNARD.
Tonic After Typhoid
Mrs. Evelyn H. Hnrniirtl, or
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She regards this medicine ns n
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Station U. hoi 7. Klngalon, N. ."
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GOLF TEAMS FOR THE
COUNTRY CLUB PLAY.
Chan, llartuell (Captain) vs. T. Gill
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ArnistronK, Oct). Aiirus, vb. Dr. C. It
HlKh, n. O. Whllo a. II. M. Campbell
I). V. Anclcrxtm .vh. .1. C. EniiH, II, II.
Walker" vh. II. A. Wilder. A. Uwart mi
I'.. W. Klchahn, S. (1. Wilder vh. .1. O.
Ytiuntr. K. J. Wuteiuinn r. I'. ('
Smith, K. Miinroo, vh.' S. Ilennluiuie
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(loo. It. Carter, H. Ilahnn vh, W. C.
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Tho nbovrt list ronntllulcH tho twi
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The game Ik match (hole) play, no
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Tho question reserved to tho Su
premo Court by Judge Do Holt us to
whether or not thu Government bus
tho rlEht to employ prlvato counsel to
probccutu n criminal chargo was ar
gued before tho Supremo Court thin
morning. Tho cusc is thai of Chang
Chak I.al, who was Indicted by tho
Graiul Jury on tho chargo of having
libeled tho Chinese Consul. Tho Ter
ritory employed Attorney Humphreys
an special counsel lo prosecuto tho
cute, nnd tho defenso raised tho point,
for the flrnt time, that thin Ih con
trary to tho law.
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