Newspaper Page Text
. .' I ' l '' ' '
BVENINO DDLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.j THUnSDAY, JULY 29, 1009.
OAUT and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBUSH1NQ CO., ITS.
At 120 King Street, Honslulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday,
MEMBER OF THE
iV.tllaaw R. Porrlngton,
rt Motith. anywhere In IJ.S ,711
i Ou.ner, anywhere In U.S 3.to
rr Vt , nv het In U.S . . tt.oo
fur Vir. po.ipid, lorei., I3.oo
CIRCULATIOK LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAFER PUBLISHED
. in the Territory of Hawaii.
1 Tpl J Bditorittl
j A CI. ) tjUj!,ntSlM,
In spite of the stare of the wise and
the world's derision,
Dare follow the star-blazed road,
dare follow the vision.
Presumably Congress ia sttll nt It.
When Mott-Smlth wants n vaca
tion he should remind his superiors
thnt hupo long deferred makes the
heart sick, and call fur a leave of
absence on account of heart diffi
culty. Where nro the resolutions of Hit
civic organizations that will remtuil
tho Trans-Mississippi Congress that
Hawaii Is still with tho r.tnk and
tile fighting to upbuild tho American
How can the outsider get a fair
Idea of t'l" In estment situation
when a bloi'li uf four hundred shares
of sugar stock Ij transferred at any
price and not allowed to go on tho
published record of the Stock Ex
change? If Judge Woodruff Is not consider
ed as the local representative of
President Taft, It will be a grcut dis
appointment to bomo local officials.
The' only trouble with them Is that
they don't like to say so aloud.
Minister Crane accepted the re
sponsibility of representing the
United Stntes at Peking after ho had
been satisfied thnt President Taft
contemplates a strong policy in the
Orient. So you may know what to
expect In the vicinity of China.
City and County officials will
make a great mistake If they spend
time quibbling on how much they
should spend on tho public schools.
If our city government Is wise It
will' set a mark of liberality In deal
ing with the schools that will be an
ixample for future Legislatures.
Certain Japanese arc assembling
In this city from the other islands,
ostensibly to determine what they
shall do about tho strike. It Is to
bo hoped that thoy "have sense
enough to refrain from further at
tempts to lead tho workmen of the
plantations astray. Hut whatever
the Japanese of this city or the oth
er Islands do, they may take It as a
fact that the Americans of the Ter
ritory hare reached tho limit of
kindliness for anypcoplc organized
to violate tho laws and bring disas
ter to the Industry that Is the local
mainstay. The history of the past
few months cannot be repeated be
cause citizens of Hawaii will not bo
M Buplnely consldorate of people
that use their privileges to injure
the country In which they arc resi
dent. TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONGRESS
Honolulu should be represented
by strong men and vigorous resolu
tions at tho Trans-MlsslssippI Con
gress. Our particular Interest in this
Congress should be, to support the
men and tho organization making
so brave a fight for tho merchant
marine of tho United States.
This territory has an Individual
'Interest In this great question, and
our people aro In n better position
than nny others In tho country to
understand tho fearful handicap un
der which American commerce strug
gles forward In tho Pacific on ac
count ot the degradation of tho
American merchant marine.
Degradation Is what It amounts
to today, and tho duty of every citi
zen In this city and this Territory
is to do his sharo in arousing fellow
-citizens of tho mainland, and,
i through them, Congress, to a realiza
tion of tho unfortunate und wholly
unexcusablo position our country oc
cupies. ' It would bo timely Indeed for tho
Mayor! to secure on expression from
tho city government voicing tho sen
timent, of .Honolulu for the bpcedy
Institution of practical measures to
foster ,the American merchant ma
rine. Tfcls matter is even more import
ant thnn the work that will be dono
Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
PAYABLE Iff ADVANCE.
WBUKLY ULiLUBTIN '
Per Year, anywhere In U S I.oo
Pel Year auytrhere In Canida.. I.Ao
erYeal ptwlld, loinin . , a.oo
Rooms, - 185
Office, - 256
fcotered it th ftwtoitice at Hotxtlttla
JULY 29, 1909
Territory at the Irrigation Congress
Iluttnll needs the funds for re
clamation, but beforo Irrigated lands
can be made decently profitable the
people must have transportation,
plenty of It, Inexpensive, and all un
dei the American flag.
HONOLULU'S GREAT FUTURE.
It Is Impossible to bring home too
frequently the fact that tho oppor
tunities for Investment In Industrial
Mocks or city real estate were never
better in Honolulu than today. This
should always bo supplemented by
the further fact that no city on
earth presents n better prospect for
advancement und prosperity than
When ono considers tho condition
of tho principal industry, the out
look for the world's Bugar market,
the plans for new Industries, tho
magnificent growth Honolulu must
have based solely on tho develop
ment of Federal projects, and the
Increase in population from an In
flux of tourists, the supremo pcaco
and quiet that reigns in the busi
ness section of this city, even In
uimnicr, Is remarkable. To a" live
western town boomer, It Is astound
ing. Some ono will say, "We don't
want a boom, or boomers."
That Is very truo, but tho city of
Honolulu could stir Itself about
threo hundred per ce,nt both, In tho
activity of Its market' ana the prog'
rest of new enterprises, and then
bo not within hailing distance ot
It is oiio thing to be conservative
and nnothcr to be Blow, to the ex
tent of not appreciating the, oppor
tunities that are staring ovcryono in
In so far ns anything in human
events can be assured,' the brilliant
futuro of Honolulu and the Terri
tory of Hawaii Is guaranteed, nt
least as regards material prosperity.
Mnnv urn nn .lr.nl. I ullll nmnrtlnr
under the lessons of the "boom" of1 "" f"ta' " or. " ,,n
1900. This Is natural, but it should '; " Cavalry. SchoHcld Bar
not stand In the way of a proper , . Xvho unilerwenttjn operation
comprehension of present-day facts. ' ' Queen's Hospital last week, Is
Honolulu of 1900 has little In
common with the Honolulu of 1909.
The great projects of 1900 were
laupched on borrowed capital; now
the debts are paid and the whole fi
nancial fabric Is on a solid footing
that should be the admiration and
envy of the greatest financial and
Industrial centers ot the world.
Not only Is money coming in,
whereas during 1900 It was going
out, but tho plans under way by the
Federal government alone are suffi
cient to sustain a . good-sized, live
Added to this is tho steady rise In
the tide of tourists passing this way
and stopping". In 1900 Honolulu
was Just beginning to think of let
ting Its light shine through the me
dlum of 'advertising; now it Is fairly
well known, and the results from
what has gone before justify doubling
tho expenditures in this particular
line. The city has tho money, and
a wider advertising campaign would
return wonderful interest on the
money If every cent had, to bo bor
rowed. No one lacks confidence In Hawaii,
except possibly the manipulators of
a few flimflam schemes who would
draw Hawaii's surplus to support
doubtful enterprises of tho main
What our people need now Is more
enthusiasm, more drive, more get-up-and-getlttlveness,
a better reali
zation of what a spleitdld town this
Is and what a grand future it has.
Honolulu Is In a position to stand
even a disaster und then have a sur
plus on which to drive ahead.
Conservatism .Is all right until It
devolopes Into a type of sleeping
sickness. Thero Is no danger of go
ing ahead too fast or ot being too
wldcawako when' tho Bpeed and tho
nctlvlty Is based on tho solldest
things humanity in modern times
Eugene Ambler of CIiIciieo wan
elected Imperial modoc of the Order !
of Kokoal at the recent session In
St. IxhiIk, nnd A. II. Ilcddoe of fit.
Louis was chosen Imperial baron.
""Y'mr a-i;fh-.k-'lii'MliiWirilwlaMimiiVlir ihiimTVi
Pineapples are Profitable
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
SHOOTING MATCH BY
Company A. Signal Corps, Stato of
Washington, has Issued a challenge
to the N. G. H. for a rlflo match to
take place between Aug. 12 and 24.
Tho match, which Is to be a six-
man-a-sldo affair, will bo fired oft
on the respective ranges of tho two
different teams, nd the result cabled.
Tho Signal Corps will bo rcpre-
i-.i .1.. ote. I.
DClilVII Ull HIV OUUllUI KlUUIIUO, HI1U
Hawaii wilt also have a representa
tive at Washington to verify tho
It Is considered that, although
most of the", good shot swll bo away
at Camp Perry when tho affair with
the Signal Corps Is shot off, that
there Is enough good material still
in the Territory to defeat the main
land men. The 'match will be shot
at 200, .100 and. 500 yards range,
and the team to represent Hawaii
will bo selected next week.
Mnnilrnnp "rhmi rttnnlntn nt
D.u.a.u i.k...i.. in i. i..i..'
....... ..w. , .,-.-... - -
for the Philippines In the near f"-acton, WM ihe situation en tho Stock
ture.. He will exchange posts with Exchange today, t
Chaplan Joyco ,of tho Fourteenth Walaiua Is. selling In the vicinity of
Cavalry when that regiment reach- par on tho showing that" uoiwitbstand
cs Honolulu on Its way to Manila. Ing the Increase in tho dUldcnd the
Colonel Schuyler will be'going to plantation will carry over u surplus
the mainland on leave of absence hal hol'W fu"tcc tho dividend
....... M n.i... r.n n..i for a wear .regardless of next yoar'B
yery soon. Orders from General i)ro(UH nva hundred .haro. nf Kwa
VI eston. commanding tho Kepart- Bold yesterday at 29.26 that were not
ment of California, granting tho reported on tho Exchange. This stock
leave of absence, were received yes- Is strengthening in company with
Yokagawa, the editor of the Shin
bun, will be again beforo U, S. Com
missioner Davis this afternoon at 2
o'clock on a charge nf sending ob
scene matter through tho malls. Tho
United Stales District Attorney's of
fico has secured witnesses from Maul.
Judge Woodruff was In conference
with Governor Frear this afternoon at
the lutter's office, in the Capitol. The
two first met at Judge Woodruff's first
official act this morning.
' I M
MAU0A VALLEY Building Lots
36,000 tq. ft., nniurpaned location .$2,000
17,000 q. ft., good view, good toil '. . 1,000
Half a block, eight lota fronting -on three streets, cleared,
fenced, water laid on, 300x400140,000 sq ft., and all
for , ,.$2,600
Two corner lots on Ninth Avenue, 150x200, on high ground,
commanding view ot Honolulu Harbor and City. $600
will buy them.
A modern bungalow on Matlock Avenue, almost new $2,760
Modem cottage, well located, corner lot $4,800
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,
whioh is new and in Rood condition;
wagon, disc plow, cultivator, double
harness, light harness; also many
small 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;
an dthis market ia bound to increase
Above property can be sold on
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond. Ex
change. We buy and sell
Cfl,..e anJ DnnJc,
.jv.io miu uui'uii
have money to
on listed sugar
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
, .,,, tt-l-
a strong uiamei wun n.tvu, um'
In. ami flahii rw.iltivln,- Ilia pi.nlni of
isaiiu ny virtue oi mu mrrcuTH nav
ing reached a decision as to tho div
idend and tho buyers know what to
count on for tho rest of tho year.
' Sugar took .a slight drop this morn
ing both In centrifugals and beets but
It was not, sufficient to Indicate any
weakness in tho market. Should tho
Kuropean beet crop fall off four cents
will be low for sugar next year.
At tho meeting of tho llilo baseball
leuguo held last Friday 'ni:rii!. Qoorgii
Desha, Ililck Lyman and JaUt Eastou,
were appointed a commlltei; to nr
rnngo for games with Maul teams nil
August II and W. W. II. Illsoimnn
aa also nptiolnled to trp and arrange
for a further series of Jive or seven
It's Own Ranch
Supplies the best of
Milk, CreamJ Fruit,
Open 6 a. m. 'to 11:30 p. m.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
Don't Write. Send a
Francis Sends Request
For Delegate From
Mayor Fern jesterday rcroltnt a
lettiT from Arthur F. Francis, rnclo-.-Ing
the official rail for tho Twentieth
SoFslon of tho Trnns-Mlsslsslppi Com
mercial Congress, which convenes nt
Denver. August IB, 1909. Mr. Francis
iavn in his Inter:
As you will observe, there will bo
dlt ensued gicat public questions of
special Interest In thn nrstern antes.
The attendance of business men prom-
Ipch to be unusually largo. This ses
sion being tho first to be hold In Den
ver slnco the Inception of the Con
gress nlnetec'n years ago. the business
men of this city aro enthusiastic In
their determination to glvo the dele
gates and Irlcnds a cordial welcome.
Plo'isc nclect the delegates who arc
to represent your city ns early as ;ios
ulliln. wi thnt this onlcn mav coinniim-
Icato with each apolnte with tho
purpose nf stimulating Interest In tho
Congress and disseminating tho need
ful printed matter.
AUTHUIl V. FItANCIS
Secretary to tho Congress.
American merchant marine, trans
Pnclfle trado and adequate protection
upon the Pacific Coast aro correlated
subjects upon which Interesting ex
pert dlscusslou will be mndo nt the
Congress. Such men ns Capt. W. W.
Dates, of Colorado, who was I'resl
dint Cleveland's chief of navigation:
Georgo W. Dickie, who built the bat
tleship Oregon; C. It. Schwcrln, geii'
oral manager of tho Pacific Mnll
Steamship Company, and President
Mallory, of the Mallory lines of steam
ships, have been Invited. Congress
man Sulzcr. the author nf tho com
piomlsu hill for tho up-bulldlng of the
American merchant mnrlne, will nlno
bo present to explain tho nnturo of
tho legislation which ho proposes. Di
rector Harrutt und other friends of
Btibu-iitlon havo signified their inten
tion to bo present In tho Interest ot
closer commercial union with the
MISS Blow COMING
A. G. D. Kcrrcll, the general passen
ger agent of tho Pacific Mall Steam
ship Company, writes to tho Promo
tion Commlttco under date of July 22
"A short time ago t wroto you with
refcrenco to Miss' Mabello DIggart,
the well known writer, who expected
to mnko thn trip to Honolulu In con
nection with a book which she pro
poses writing. Miss Utggard was to
have gone by the Mongolia, sailing to
day, but' her, trip has boon imstponed
and sho wlrheu me to so inform you.
"8h8 cxiwcts to get away In tho
course of a month or so."
With tho nrrlvnl of 300 now spec
imens expected from Europe the
Bronx zoo in New York will havo
tho largest collection ot animals ot
nny ono zoo In tho world.
Monday, Aug. 2nd
And following days, till all are Sold.
Sec our windows.
for Infanta and Children.
What is Castor ia?
C ASTORIA Is a hnrnilcat tibsiltuto for Cantor OIF, ,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Myrnpa. It Is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy) It
ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and ullnjs
FcTcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhcca and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Conntipntion
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural
leep. The Children's Punncca-Tlto mother's
Thn yr y9L. la on ovorr wrapper
tlgnnturo of lut4ez4i&U4 f cenuiu .t'r.storiti
Physicians Recommend Caot .win.
" Vj putlcnU lnwttblr pnlra Ihe action of your
atOfU." V. V, . Vvnras, 51. P.,
Buffslo, N. Y.
Daring nymtlV praellco I know cf mtt1
taMi wbcrayon; cutori. i prr. rilmi and uil
irllh good rMolte.' K. Moiuinntt, M. ,).,
BU ImiU, Ho.
"Tour Cutorlt It frrtatrljliiH tre-!rt r'-ntty
for clilldirn 1 knowef. I ! 10 oilic? j..i
B. B. Ec-ivAai r, M. TV.
Kumi Clij, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
M 111... MM
It is very
r ClMnjInU BuntifyM
i:!.l,l.,CT'OM Of Tt M
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
CTATCMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1609.
Cahh on hand and In lunk ..? 03.ii79.n2
Stocks unil other Invest
MortR.igoi seemed by real
1xins, demand mid time .. 225.322.19
Furniture und fixtures 8,567.32
Accrued interest receivable. 2,4ll.fi3
Other hum ts 1 1,528.32
Territory of Hawaii, City and County of Honolulu.
I, A. N. Cnmpbcll, Trcasuicr of the Henry Wnterhoiuo Triu.1 Co., Ltd., do
solemnly swear that tho ubovo statement Is true to tho best of my knowlcdBO
and belief. .' '
A. N. CAM1M1ULL, Tronsurcr.
x i ..
Subscribed nnd swoin to before io this 3011: d.iy of June. 1909.
JOHN OUILD. '
4351 July 1. IB, 29, Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
DrinUs Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
r IU 1.0 :j ell
famili. where Uicri r jfliM'.
" Tonr rurtntt In the wl rca..l 11 On !!
fnrrldrt!rcn L.i.l lln m'y fi tfo ri I fl...f
mciil." AIikij V. -T:.u."'. :..
I iiLir, ??ob.
IhatpnrttyorCflt'ortitrn t. pnrratlm li I'n
'm vt cluidirn lor Jlut put Tr.-J I HKt !.?;
effect, &&d t L.I aulono 11 as n Mie 11 nv d?.'
lLD.liEB.iln, M. II.,
I en Tonr CvlortA 'wA &.
The mark of the highest-grade
dentifrice) the standard in every
country in the world, is Sozodont.
It will not tarnish gold work or
scratch the enamel. A perfect
the one for you.
convenient for the
Smith & Co , Agents
50? paid In..
liability .... 100.000.00
Undivided profltM 29,fi93'.fi
Trust nnd agency nccounts. 2.V.lfil.r.2
Other liabilities MH.Hfi
HAWAII IS ONE
Under date nf June 30th, tho Pro
motion Committee sent out some 5000
special loiters rendlni? us follows:
"Just u fow lines to call your atten
tion to tho enclosed leariet kMiik d'lta
eoncernlii'; our peerless climate,
"Hawaii Is not only a dellKhtful
placu to upend your vacation but thu
rondltlnnH nro ideal for thu III, over
worked and liorvous.
"A urnclnu'HCcn voyiiRo.
"Tho plensifro of IIvIiik out of doom
under sunny smlllnK skies.
"No prostrating heat to dread dur
Inn tho months of summer with mild,
balmy breezes blowing all winter lonK.
"Xou aro perfectly saf0 in making
or recommending a trip to Hawaii at
nny time of tho year.
"Thu cost of living Is reasonable.
Thero nro largo faslilonabln hotels for
thoso who prefer them; soasliUU 1 re
sorts; modest homo-likn family hotels
and many garden-embowered boarding
houses, nlculy kept, whoso rates will
suit tho most economical.
"Cottages furnished nnd iiiifurnlelicil
may also bo hud ut rcasouublo rates.
"Should )ou desire our Illustrated
folder, giving complete Information
about Hawaii, w0 will bo ploused to
bund tfie samo to you without chargo."
Those letters wero sent to qvoyy
hospital and sanitarium In the United
HtutPH und Canada, ns well ns to nry
medical man In roitnln counties of
1 -in ;ii.li liuhJka&t4k-jL.
!mJlm .aXfc, m.,'4-" , . & jv-
rnlsgJW-tm., jjf: -kjJ
I -WJr. V -j-.. L . l s i ..