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in the Territory of Hawaii.
rrs 1 ( Editorial Rooms, - 185
eiMBusiness Office, - 256
Entered t the Potoffice at Honolulu
m ircowl cImh mtttef.
Pineapples are Profitable
MONDAY ...JULY 26,
tT" - . i . !
Away then work with boldness and nneso Rocrmncnt with the explosive
with speed. I clement of tlio population when it
On greatest actions greatest dangers brings Hussions to the Territory by
(.(.J, way of Kobe?
Marloc's Lust of Dominion. '
i rs "It Id no wonder thnt California
llllo Ik hiking the host course uyi n great state,
trying to forget It. Honolulu also plu who know
has otlier things to think of.
Iloost for Honolulu, even In the
tiult't summer BfitBon. It will mnko
4 litiHlut-MS hotter when tho rush tomes.
Willi nil that's being tlono tn
iiimtse people, the man unable to en
Joy himself In Honolulu either lnck
iulatlvo or a guide hook.
Andrews has been In town threo
ilny. or was it two, when Uncloj
'I.orrln stnrts the story of his ivtl but
carrying the whole state of Nevada
It has a Rrent pro
how to do thlnRS.
Their loyalty pcrtnlnlnR to nil mat
ters ndvnncliiR tho region hordcrlnR
on the 'Sundown Seas' Is proverb
This Is from the letter of William
M. Cohlg, Picsldcnt of the Mcdford
(Ore.) Cointnerfl.il Club, to tho Cali
fornia Promotion Club. Honolulu
will bo a greater city nnd Hawaii a
Rreater Territory when tho loyalty
of Its citizens toward all matters
pertaining to its declopmcnt be
Twenty-two acres of splendid
land. About fourteen acres of land
is now planted in fruit.
The property for sale consists of
the above land- a small bungalow,
which is new nnd in good condition;
wagon, disc plow, cultivator, double
harness, light harness; also many
email tools and one head of stock.
The time to buy is NOW. The
widespread advertising of HAWA
IIAN PINES in magazines and other
periodicals in the States has been
building a market for. this fruit;
nn dthis market is bound to increase
Above property can be
easy payments. ,
It's Own Ranch
Supplies the best of
Milk, Cream, I; nut,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Open 0 a. m. to 11:30 p. m.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING REG
ULATIONS RELATING TO DE
CEDENTS. HE IT OltDAINED HY TUB PEO
PLM OK Tlii: CITY AND COUN
TY OK HONOLULU.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
Don't Write. Send a
' livery Japancso Inborcr should ro-
J sent the Imputation of n man called
"Jo Honolulu for violation of redoial
laws, that ho or his kind represent
,.tlio worhliiRinen of their nationality.
Now tho teachers know whoro
'they are to bo stationed for tho com
jilng year, and If tho salailes are-not
nil thnt are expected, it must bo rc-
incmbcicd that the I.CRtslntme "1-
Prosperity that Ii rettirnltiR on
the mnlnlaud should Incrc.iso Hono
IiiIu'm irop of tourists at least ouo
hundred per cent. And jet somo
j pcopio ail lis ll uiej uiti nub vAiiv-...
thls city to grow rapidly.
OUR WORTHY DEFECTS,
Visitors from nbroad have found
many defects In American character.
It remained for Mrs. Elinor Olyn to
discover the most noteworthy short
coming of all a lack of boldness In
tho American man In his rclntlons
with women. Wo nrc too "Rood."
In the latest of her "Visits of Eliza
beth" Mrs. Olyn sajs:
American men, so far ns I havo
n, nre of qulto nnother sex to En-
rllsh or French. I mean you feel
more ns If you were out with kind
..tints or Rrnndmothers or benevo
lent uncles thnn just men. They
Italians may now ho found In the
suburbs In individual dwellings.
Kami colonies of tho kind In
Question, whllo designed to reecho
limnlerntlon direct from abroad.
should conduce in tho end to at
tract a domestic emigration from
tho cities to tho fields, nnd to that
extent help on n movement for tho J
distribution of foreign popmauim
which, once It gains momentum,
should tend to the solution of vexed
questions of urban growth. It
would contribute to their own nnd
to tho nation's ndvnntngo If Euro
peans of tho agricultural clnss,
should heed tho "back to the land"
appeals that are heard from nil
sides. Hawaii can make progress
In solvliiR many of Its problems by
forming connections thnt will put It
In tho direct line of ninrch of tho
JAPANESE DIES OF
WANT THROUGH STRIKE.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock, and Bond Ex
We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on listed sugar
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
Any man who iilllcs himself with
t or condones the operations of the
men engaged In setting up nn Inde
i pendent organization In this city
and Territory for the government
nml ffuitrnl nf JnnnnnsA Is nn enemy
v JJ of Our country and should bo reckon
er til with uciordlngly.
The effects of the strlko and the
Higher Wage Association are far
reaching, nnd this morning word
hns been brought of a death from
don't try to make the least love to I rry throURh their -operations.
it the Japanese hosiiltal at Wnla-
Owners of tugar stock Bhnulil fol
low closely tho progress of tho beet
irop in Europe when sizing up tho
futtiro of the sugnr market. Should
tho beet crop 'of Germany finish half
ns unfavorably ns It started, there
need be no fear Hint prices will nver
age lower than tho last two years.
' One of Honolulu's mysteries is tho
reason why nioro men able to af
ford It do not Join tho yniht owners
and swell tho list of flrst-ilnss
yachts. No section of tho world of
fers moro favorablo waters nnd
weather for juchtlng tho year round,
nnd no city enn produco better or
more dnrlng yachtsmen from the
ranks of ouur men who do things,
Mr, llrjnn has written n letter to
Mr. Taft. In which he nledccs sun
port for constitutional amendments zalfnn of direct interest to mo boutli
to provldo nn Income tnx nnd also Land of possible benefit to tho North,
j ou or say things wltn two mean
tugs, nnd they nrc perfectly brother
ly nnd serious, unless they nre tell
ing nnectoilcs with Anierlcuu humor
nnd that Is not subtle.
"After our lovely gunrdsmen,"
sas Elizabeth, "they look n llttfe tin
groomed about the hend." Hut that
Is n negligible consideration. The
real grnvlly of their offense lies In
their extraordinary deference for
It is to be s.ild in defense of
Amerlren men thnt rotue nrc doing
what they enn to exciilpato them
selves ftom the reptnnch. Hut de
cent Puritan traditions die hard.
The Idea, seems not )et to havo
gained general currency In this
country that woman nrc leglttmato
game for niascullno pursuit. In n
moro itdwinrcd stnto of American
civilization n nearer approach to
European stnndnrds of sex relation
al I p may ho attained, hut for tho
present It Is necessary to swallow tho
robuko ami ho thankful thnt Americana
lua a man named Morlmotl Helm
passed away a few days ngo. Ho had
worked ou tho Kahuku Plantation
for over two jenrs and had saved
considerably. When the strike
broke out ho was forced by tho
Higher Wngo Association to glvo up
all his savings to the strike fund
nnd leave his Job. This worried him
so much, and as he was left with
barely the necessities of life, ho felt
111 nnd very shortly nftcrwnrd died.
He left a widow and eight chlld
icn in Japan, to whom ho hns been
'sending money regulnrly, the oldest
child being only IS nnd tho joungest
4 years of nge, so Unit tho poor fel
low had plenty to worry about when
his menus of providing for them was
GERMANY AND JAPAN
WATCHED BY U.S.
IN SHAPING UP PLAN3 FOR NAV
AL DEVELOPMENT OF
OUR NAVY MUST BE
SUFFICIENT TO COMMAND.
Course in Manchuria
Causing Its British Ally to Be
Washington, D, C. Germany and
Japan will bo much In mind when
the nnwil bill of next winter Is dis
cussed lit Congress. It Is not that
PLACING IMMIGRANTS ON THE
An experiment in domestic collnl-
Olflclala Appointed. Palo Also, July
H. At n meeting of tho city council
held Inst night Monroo Thomas, pres
ent city recorder, was tomiiornilly up- iinhody particular fearH of either of
pointed to fill tho position as Judge these inuntrles, but thnt both nro
of tho police com t. K, L, Crnndnll was plainly determined to dovclop their
appointed a member of tho board of i power and position in their lcspcct
public works, Ivc fields of commercial anil jiolltlcal
popular elntlou of United States
Senalois. Whether Tnft accopts tho
ptoffer for tho election of Senators
or not, we must give llryan the
ci edit for having been lnrgely re
sponsible for getting the country
Into such n stato of mind thnt Ito
puldicnns can lontemplnto tho In
itiate tnx without throwing a fit.
Tho reputable clement among tho
Japanese can only retnln their Rood
leputatlon hy allying themselves
nctlvely with tho forces of law nnd
older. . Not only hns tho Hlfih Wapo
Association worked Itself nut ns nn
institution for the promotion of In
dttstilal war, but some ot those most
ictlvo In its counsels must answer
lor tho circulation of the most do
graded, obseeno things. Common
decency nnd uverago morals demand
that the well-mennlng Jupnneso
shall declnro themselves In no un
The llulletin believes in
biliiging to Hawaii eiery American
nml European who sees hero an
opportunity nnd is willing to Im
prove It and glow up with tho conn
tr) When, howeer, the progiam
Involves shipping these peopla
through tho port of u nationality
Whoso cnilE'ntlou Is restricted by
official edict, one Is lemlnded that
tho longest way around is often tho
shortest way homo. In what sort of
a position does Hawaii put the Jap-
In the ultimate hnpo It holds out of
relief from urban congestion, nnd of
value to lluwnll, Is under wny nt St.
Helena, N. C, whero through the
efforts of a Wilmington banker n
farm colony ot Italians has been
Tho colony Is on a strip of coast
land nnd now comprises 250 Ital
ians, who nre engaged In ralBtfig
garden truck for the New York
market. Kreo seeds and fertilizer n
initio a ml shanty uro provided for
tho colonists ns an Incentive to re
main. Tho Inducement of n prlzo of
$10 for every child born In tho col
any Is held nut to settlors. If tho
experiment proves satisfactory, colO'
nles of Germans, Hollanders and
Poles will bo located In Not tit Caro
Italians In the United States havo
mostly been town dwellers. Of the
292,800 nuilo Italians in specified
occupations In tho country In 1900,
only 18,214, or n trifle moro than 0
per cent wuie In ngilciilturnl pur
suits. Itecentlj-, however, ns re
spects New Yoik Clt Italians hnvo
evidenced a disposition to leave the
tenements nnd scttlo on tho out
skirts of the metropolitan area,
whero they engngo In tiurk farming
or In small meiclinudlslng, A cen
tilfueal moiemcnt of Italian popu
lation away from the congested
Centres Is apparently In progress,
tho result of which Is certain to bo
bcucllclal. An Increased number ot
Influence. As to Germany, It Is rec
ognized thnt tin Gorman menico Is
not directed against tho United
States, as n fow years ngo, but
against llrltnlu. Hut Germany Is
coming to bo nuclei stood ns having
very definite ideas along tho lino of
what Germans cnll Deutsche Wclt-
polltlk, which Invohes the atlonal
nspliatlon for a greater place lu tho
world of greatest uffalis.
It looks to be a Pan-German Im
pel lal unification to Include nil thnt
is now called German, nnd much
Unit Is now Holland nnd Austria. It
looks to unquestioned domination of
tho Continent, nnd to rccoRnltlon as
an equal partner of llrltnlu on the
seas. Itcjond that, It looks to com
meiclnl and colonial expansion; nnd
the possibility ot nu ultimate ntcn-
niiio to tho Moiuoo Doctrlno Is not
by any means considered by diplo
mats to bo negligible merely becnuso
Anglo-Oennnn rivalry nt the mo
ment uicrtops all other internation
As to Japv.fl, even her British al
lies nro Increasingly nervous about
her disposition to crowd out British
Bhlpplng and commercial Interests
all over tho Pacific. Rather than
permit other powers participating In
tho railroad development ot Man
churia, Japan Is declared to he
standing In tho way of any such de
velopment. When sho Is ablo to do
it. Jupnn undoubtedly propores to
do that work herself. Sho Is taking
no iliaiKo ot losing her grip on Man
churia through tho admission of
partners to tho work ot Us develop
ment. These things nro bolng pointed
nut ns rc.ibons why it is necessary
for tho United States, as security for
its own future In both tho East nnd
South America, and as n growing
commercial fnitor, to maintain nn
imprcsslvo navy. Thero is moro or
less opposition to naval Increases,
but (everything Indicates that tho
navy will grow In futuro with great
er strides than In tho past, so long
ns the leading Euiopcnu powers con
tinue In their racu nf naval expan
sion, llowovcr, much tho United
States mlRht deprccato poitlclpatlon
In such u contest, it Is rcioRtilzcd
that whllo the contest Is ou tthc
United States bust rIio constant
demonstration of her ability and
willingness to hold a leading plnco
lu It. President Taft Is credited
with a firm purpose ot Influential
pailtclpntlon In all tho larger poll
tics of the East to the extent of pro
tecting every proper lonuneiilnl op
porunlty for Americans there. It
may bo generations jet befoio rich
leturns will bo leaped from tho
opening of China; but tho powcis
which mo awaiting that opisittunlty
nrc keeping themselves ready for It.
MAN0A VALLEY Building Lots
30,000 sq. ft., unsurpassed location $2,000
17,000 sq. ft., good view, good soil '. . . . 1,000
Half a block, eight lots fronting on three streets, cleared,
fenced, water laid on, 300x400140,000 sq, ft., and all
for . . .; ?2,C00
Two corner lots on Ninth Avenue. 150x200, on high ground,
commanding view of Honolulu Harbor and City. SG00
will buy them.
Section 1. It shnll bo tho duty of
tho legnlly licensed physician who
was last lu attendance upon and
deceased person, or If no physlclnn
wns In attendance, thou It shall bo
the duty of the Coroner to report tho
death to tho City nnd County Phy-
slclno Immediately after such death
occurs, upon one of tho blanks fud-
nlslicd by tho City nml County Phy
sician for that purpose, filling In
tho blank spaces so ns to give nil
of tho Information required hy the
blanks so filled. In case ot a still
birth, it shall bo tho duty of tho
legally licensed physician In charge
during tho confinement, or coroner,
to report tho snme Immediately ns In
other cases ot death, on one of tho
bliuiKs nbovo mentioned furnished
for that purpose, giving tho do
tnlls, ns required in other tnscs of
Section 2. No burial shall bo law
ful, nor shall any dead body bo re
moved from tho City nnd.Cotinty of
Honolulu until n permit for such
burial or removal based upon n Cer
tificate of Death as provided In Sec
tion 1 hereof, shall havo first been
obtained from nn Agent of tho Ter
ritorial Hoard of Health.
Section 3. Whonovcr upon tho
dcnth of nny person thcro Is reason
to believe that such person enmo to
such death hy poison, violence or In
nn suspicious or questionable man
ner, tho body of such person shnll,
under the direction of tho Sheriff or
Deputy Sheriff, bo forthwith taken
to the Morgue, nnd the City and
County Physician shall bo Imniedl
ntcly notified ot such death by such
Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff,
Section -I. Tho Hoard of Super
visors of the City nnd County of
Honolulu shnll nppolnt a suitable
person as Morgue Attendant, whoso
snlnry shnll be fixed by said Hoard.
Tho Morgue Attendant shall have
the care nnd charge of tho Morguo
nnd perform such otlier duties ns
may be prescribed by the Hoard of
Supervisors or hy tho City and
Section C. It shall ho tho duty
of tho City and County Phjslclan to
keep a record of nil tho deaths re
ported to him under the provisions
ot this Orillnnncc,
Section ft. Any perron who shnl.
vlolnto any of tho provisions of this
Ordlnanco shnll be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction
thereof shnll ho punished by a fluo
not cxcecdlpg Two Hundred ($200.
00) Dollars, or by Imprisonment for
a term not exceeding three months,
or hy both such flno and Imprison
Section 7. This Ordlnanco shnll
tnko effect from and nftcr tho dato
of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
Dato of Introduction, July 19, A.
Tho foregoing Ordlnanio was, nt
a rcRiilnr adjourned meeting of tho
Hoard of Supervisors of tho City anil
County of Honolulu, held on Mon
day, July 19, 1909, passed to print
on tho following voto of tho fcald
Ajcs: Aliln, Aylett, Kane, I-ogan,
Quiun. Total: f..
Absent nnd not voting: Cox, Mc-
Clcllan. Total: 2.
I). KALAUOKALANI, JR..
Clerk, City nnd County of Honolulu.
430S July 22, 23, 24, 20, 27.
ORDINANCE NO. 14,
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE ERECTION OR MAINTE
NANCE OF NEW TENEMENT
HOUSES IN ANY RESIDENCE
PORTION IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
HE IT OMDAINEI) HY THE PEO
PLE OK THE CITY AND COUN
TY OK HONOLULU.
Banker Arrested. Now Oi leans,
July II. Wynlt II. Ingram, Jr.. trust
officer of tho Hlhnrnlii bank and trust
company of Now Oilcans, wns arrested
at his homo this atoning, charged with
being a defaulter to tho amount of be
tween $75,000 and $100,000.
MAKIKI DISTRICT ' '
A modern bungalow on Matlock Avenue, almost new $2,750
Modern cottage, well located, coiner lot $4,500
BULLETIN ADS PAY'
Fort and Merchant Streets,
White grounds with various col
ored stripes, fast colors, best quality.
65c per yard
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
Wc carry all styles and siz
es. $2 :60 upwards,
Section 1. Thla Onllnanco shall
Lo known as tho "Tenement Ordln
anco." Section 2. Tenement IIoueo De
fined. Tho term "Tenement Ilnuso" '
In this Ordinance shall ho titkcu lo
mean every house, building, struc
ture or portion thereof, which Is de
signed for uo or ndnptcd to ho used
or used ns n dwelling by moro than
thrco families living Independently
of ono another nnd having n com
mon right In the stnlrwajs, veran
das, ynrds, water supply, or privies,
or hy moro than two families nbovo
tho first story mi living nnd having
a right In common to itso tho ion-
vcnlcnces aforesaid. ,
A family living In a tenement
may consist of one or moro pcrtoin.
Section 3. New Tencmont llouso
Defined. An existing tenement
linuso Is nny building erected ns a
tenement houso or converted to micli
uro or altered for such mo, or so
used hoforo tho passage of UiIh Or
dlnnncc, or nny building ndnptcd
for such use, piovldcd Hint n permit
wns Issued for tho election of't.ild
building befoio tho pnss.igo ot till:)
A now tenement hotiro hereafter
erected Is nny tenement houso other
thnn nn existing tenement hotiro as
nbovo defined. '
Section 4. Prohibiting New Ten
ement Houses In Residence Districts.
It shnll not be lawful for any person
to locate, build, constiuct, maintain
or keep a now tenement houso In
nny locality within tho City and
County of Honolulu In which two-
thirds of tho buildings located ns n
wholo or in part within 11 vo hun
dred feet of such tenement house,
nre devoted or adapted to etclusho
Provided, however, that this Or
dinance shall not bo nppllcablo lu
nny locality where tho owners of a
majority of tho lota which ore lo
cated aB a wholo or In part within
five hundred feet of such tenement
house, concent lu writing lo such
location of such tenement house.
Said written consent Bhall ho ap
proved by acknowledgment In like
manner ns flgnatures to convejancet
,of leal property and bhall bo filed
with tho Clerk of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu. It chiill bo tho
duty of tho Clerk to file said c oim-n:
and to keep n recoul In a book to bo
called a KcRlstor of New Tenements,
containing n brief summary ot tho
lontcnts, of such consent. Tho
clerk may rcqulio such written inn
bent to bg praparcd In ncrindanco
with nnd upon forma adopted or ap
proved by liim.
Section C . Any person who shall
violate nny of the piovlslons of this
Ordlnanco shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall bn punished by a lino
not excelling Two Hundred Dol
lars, or hy Imprisonment for a teiia
not exceeding thrco months, or by
both such flno and Impilwnmcnt.
Section 0. Tho continuant o ot
.... . .... n.,l.. .. ......If
any violation ni uus uriiin.iuvu "."
bo a now offense for emu nay on
which tho samo Is iiiiillniicd.
Section 7. This Ordlnanco shall
tnko offect from nnd nftcr tho dale
of It3 approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
Dato of Introduction, July 20 III,
Tho foregoing Ordlnanco was, at
n regular nieciing ni mo iinani m
Supervisors of tho City nnd County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, July
20, 1U09, passed to print on tho fol
lowing voto ot tho s.ild Hoard:
Ayes: Ahla, Aylett, Cox, Kauc,
Logan, Quliiii, Total: C.
Absent nnd not voting: Mc Clcl
lan. Total: 1.
D. KALAUOKALANI. JIL.
Cleik, Cly nnd County ot Honolulu.
43CS July 22, 23, 21, 2C, 27.
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