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A " ll I
He needs no other rosary whose
thread of life is strong with the
beads of love and thought. From
Jinny have had nn Idea that our
Gocmor for Homo tlmo past lias
been lost In Hie secret wilds of Ka
lian. Harrlmati no-v realizes that ever at
n million dollars a pound, nil Ins
wealth will not bring him nun heidth
Congressmen start boosting for lit.
wall before they leao San rrnnrlsco.
Now don't start knocking Hawaii i'ic
moment the nrrlvo.
The man who put Montevldep In
tho l'.iillle ocean must hnvo been
nil night lii i tllng machine and
thus got a u w view of things.
Word comes from Kauai that the
polo men of that Island arc becom
ing acthc. Usually this means that
nil others hae to tal.e nn extra
hitch In their belts.
San Kranclsco Is bujlng Honolulu'
sugar stocks. That's nil right See
to It that tho profits mado on the sales
nro reinvested for the further upbuild
ing of this city and Territory.
Of course Pearl Harbor Is the
greatest naval base of tho Pacific
Must Honoliilunns bo reassured by
outsiders In order "to bo convinced
that this section of tho woiiu has a
With what complacence do alleged
patriotic citizens view the prospect of
the American flag being wiped off the
Pacific so far as our merchant mar
ine In concerned. Is It the Immediate
dollar that blinds them.
Don't delay Major McCrce's road ti.
Fort rtuger or the request of nny oihe
Major to nny other fort. To glu iheui
good roads Is mighty small return foi
the great good the Majors itm! the
forts nro doing Honolulu.
, Can It be! That Honolulu has
prosperity to support homo fotu
hundred nutos, nud yet the Honolu
lu Tour Hundred has to be drummed
up to supply enough autos for the
transportation of the Congressional
Tho request that Honolulu bo put
in tho hands of alien steamship lines
as would bo Inovltablo throih sus
pension of tho coastwlso Hh".ins
-otinds like the money hogs ivlio sail
that no harm could como from putting
Iho labor of the Territory excittjively
In the hands of nn alien people.
"Tho money Is not for llio develop
ment of additional sugar laud. It Is
for tho making of homes." BajE Tot
ester llosmcr In his appeal for Federal
funds to aid thu Irrigation mid iccii
matlon projects of Hnwail. Shall we
therefore take this to mean Ilia
sugar laud development c.innnl lw con
tillered In tho home nuking category?
You ran apprcclnta that tho pros
perity thl3 side of l'ort street is prin
cipally duo to tourists and 1'odciut
public works, when casual observa
Hon reminds one that alien carpenters
ere putting up now houses for well to
do citizens mid taking plumbing con
tracts for shining llghlH lu the clllzo.i
bhlp class. Therefore let us bo doubly
thankful for tho Fedeuil public wink
end tho tourists.
In Pittsburg tho banks that aiHcr.
tlso In tho nuwspapem show nn In
crcaso In assets of .18 per cent mid In
doposlts of 85 per cent In n period of
five years, vvhllo llioso that did not
advertise gained in tho same time
enly 27 per oout in deposits and 11
per cent In UBsets. What Is true, In
this regard of tho banking business is
truo of ult oilier forms of activity. It
Is tho mart who advertises persistently
nnd Intelligently who wins Iho big
prlzos In tho business world.
fcntririt ftt llie PtofTiff at Hototulu
AUGUST 25. 1009
SNARL OF THE COPPERHEADS.
One of the haggling papcis of the
city that lives nlvvnjs In tho past
continues Its petty lllngs nt the
Prosecution In the conspiracy case,
tho latest being u wall ocr the
"foolish extravagance" In Importing
nn expert witness from .In pan to
testify In u "misdemeanor case."
It is true Hint tho conspiracy case
was n misdemeanor cne, nud it Is
equally title that the Droit Scott
nsc was n can- of a petty nssault
upon nn tilisiiiro blark man. So far
as other "credible exponents" of the
Japanese language Is concerned, the
startling fait remains that thero i
not a white man today in the Terri
tory of Hawaii who can read a lino
of the Japanese- newspapers Hint
are Influencing the conduct of the
"0,000 ictddcnt Japanese, who have
come to legnrd ns us tho "foreign
ers." In n case where the entire
Jnpaneso (ommunlty was either pit
ted against Slieba or terrorised by
I lie methods of the strike agitators
It would have been sheer suicide to
hao gone before the ncrngo Jury
with Japanese witnesses testifying
ngalnst each other ns to tho Kngllsh
meaning of words, even If the wit
ncsscs for tho prosecution succeeded
In nVotdlng the nssnssln's knlfo un
til the closo of the trial.
Tho Attorney (leiicrnl ncer did
u heller dtiy's work for the Territory
than when he cabled for tho "best
unliable while expert" tn be found
In .lapnn. Tim treatment accorded
to Professor Denlng by tho major
ity of the American newspapers
here will of course render It diffi
cult to obtain the sen ices of a rep
utable expert tho next time wo arc
In tllro need, but mennwhilo we
hae had his services nud they lime
brought results Tltnt tho consplr-
ncy trial was a Ihorough Job, thor
oughly done, ma) he u bitter pill to
some people, but It can hnrdly be
other than u mailer of congratula
tion to those who hio l hv Anierl
rnnlzlng nt the country nt heart.
LAW FORjVUTO DRIVERS.
Automobile 'law is rapidly being
made lu Iho States, and without ex
ception the cjicIcss and tho thought
less drlvcis aro getting uhort cour
tesy f i oiu the Judges.
II u 1 1 e t I n readers aro already
well Informed on Iho fate of tho
joting (huffcur of New York City
who killed a small boy playing tng
In the street. The ease ngalnst the
ihaffeur for manslaughter was to
eompleto that his attorney did not
note an uppcnl.
Now comes tho Supremo Court of
tho Statu of Mnlno with a decision
on tin appeal for n new trial in n
damage (aso resulting from n col
lision caused by an mitomobllo at
tempting to pass it carriage Tho
case as Muted lu tho decision fol
lows, nud wo tomuiend IIb perusal
to cv'ery ntito driver In Iluvva'll:
"On Sept. II, 190r., tho
plaintiff was driving north -on
tho Canada road toward and
near JncKmnn'villnge, In a tuv
ercd cnirluge, drawn by n sln
glo horse, A short dlstuueo
south of the vlllngo sho was
overtaken by tho defendant In
Ills automohllo and In tho at
tempt on tho defendant's part
to pass tho plaintiff's team,
thero was a collision, tho tear
right wheel of the plaintiff's
tarrlago ami fiont left wheel of
tho nutoniobllo turning in con
tact. Tho plaintiff was thiowit
fmni tho carrlagp and sustain
ed Injuries not serious, Duo
(are on tho part of tho plaintiff
Is not contioveited, nnd tho
single Ispiio is whether tho Jury
was warranted from tho ovl
deneo In finding ncgllgeneo on
tho part of tho dofondant.
"Tho case shows that tho
plaintiff was driving nt tho rnto
of four or (Ho miles uu hour ami
Houses To Let
Fort St 2 $ 8.00
Kniimiki 1 12.00
Knlaknua Ave 2 12.00
Union and Garden Lane 3 18.00
1318 Anapuni St 2 20.00
Waikiki (Camp McKin-
ley 4 25.00
Seventh and Maunaloa
Ave., Kniimiki 2 25.00
Pawaa and Young St. . 4 25.00
Elm and Birch Sts 3 25.00
Kinau and Alapai Sts. . 2 20.25
Magazine & Spencer Sts. 2 27.50
Wainlae Road 2 30.00
1111 Kinau St 3 32.50
1245 Lunalilo St 3 32.50
725 Kinau St 3 32.50
Manoa Valley 3 35.00
Bates St 2 35.00
Elsie Ave. and Young St. 4 40.00
1260 Berctania St 5 40.00
Richard St.. nr. Hotel. . 2 40.00
Magazine & Spencer Sts 2 $35.00
Makiki St 3 50.00
1257 Kinau St 5 55.00
1240 Alexander St. . . . 3 60.00
1475 Thurston Ave. ... 4 C0.00
vvns cntliely unaware of tho
approach of the niitoiuobllo be
fore the collision occurred.
Tho palish priest, who was In
tho convent grounds, shouted
and nttempted to attract her
attention nnd to warn her of
tho inaehlno which ho wiw ap
proaching fioin behind, but ho
vvns unable to do m.
"The reason which she give
Is that her attention wan Hied
upon managing her horse, that
was showing, signs of fear ns
she was passing the convent,
which she nttl United to the
noise connected with tho work
ing of n derrick on the convent
grounds, but which evidently
was cnuscd by tho approaching
automobile, the noise of which
had caught the ear of tho horse
but not her own. She sas
that she was driving In the
center of the road, tho wiotight
part of whlih at Hint point was
only II to lti feet wide. The
borne 'kept going faster n ml
faster' hh she described It, nnd
when nearly opposite the Mor
Iha liouso the crash came nnd
she was sudeuly thrown itgiltiat
tho dasher nnd theme upon the
"Tho defendant's version Is
Hint ho first saw tho team
nboiit 1,000 feet ahead, when ho
was traveling at tho rato of
sov en or eight miles mi hour;
that lie sounded his horn fie
qucntlyJn order to warn the
plaintiff of his iie-proach; that
he slowed down until when
within about 100 feet of tho
team they wcio traveling at
the Mime rate; that this con
tinued for a short time, when
the plaintiff turned her horse
'somewhat towards tho left of
the toad, and thinking there
was spate enough ho nttempted
lo pass on the right, moving uc
about six miles nn hour, and
that when the two vehicles
were nearly abreast, tho plain
tlft'B lien se rw civ od Inwards tho
car, hilnglng her right hind
.Hillside Ave., 00x150.
Good soil, extensive view. . .$930.00
East Manoa Road 17,000 sq. ft.
Desirable location $1,000.00
Upper Manoa Road 30,000 sq. ft.
A bargain1 at $2,000,00
Nuuanu Valley An ncre build
ing lot on Nuuanu St., near
Country Club $1,800.00
Houses for rent in all
parts of Honolulu.
Cor, Fort nnd M
Six Acre Farm
In MANOA VALLEY,
a few minutes' walk
from end of car line.
Land cleared. New
5 room bungalow;
Beautiful view of sea.
in new and
speoial sliowr ooni
Lewers & Cooke,
177'S. King Street.
wheel In enntnet with the left
furwaid wheel of tho car anil
causing (he accident ; in other
winds Hint tho team inn Into
tho ear Instead of tho car run
ning lulu the team. Tho plain
tiff leplleij Hint the defendant's
speed vvu far greater than ho
admitted; that tbo plaintiff did
not t in ti towiirdH 'llm left, us
she had no oictiblou to do mi,
not knowing of nny nppi (Mill
ing car, nnd Hint if the hoiso
did In his rrlght hvvervo sllght
Iv tovvnids' the cur lit Iho mo
ment of passing, it was a (.ouill
linn Hint the defendant If act
ing with duo care and a ptopcr
leganl for tho rights of tho
plalullfT tlioiild liavo antici
pated and avoided,
"Held; Tluit tho cvldeiKO
or tho plaintiff If believed to
fioHicr with icilnin fads de
veloped by tho defense warrant
ed the vcidlet. Tho nartovv
ncsa of I lie road, tho filghleneil
nppearanco of tho plaintiff's
liorso mid .tho piobublo space,
bolweeu tho two vehicles wcio
nil nppaient to tho. defendant,
if he look his chances or nils-
calculated the spaco ho lannot
now complain. tint! ho been
willing to wnlt n fw moments
ho could linvo passed with en
tire safety, ns thero was n wide
space u short distance ahead.
"Tho law requires niiloniublL
Ists lll.o nil other cltlS-cns tn I
hnvo legaul for tlio"MclitH f '
"It may bo convenient unit
even fascinating to reach one's
destination nt the cinllest pos
Blblo moment, but Hie snfety of
travclcis niuU not bo saci We
ed to speed.
"It Is truo that both tho
plaintiff and defendant had the
right to use tho highway with
their respective vehicles, liu.1 It
is nl so truo that each must ex
ciclso his right with duo re
gard to tho lights of others.
' Neither has n monopoly.
"Whetltcr this collision de
clined Hiiough Iho ncgllgeneo
Of I lie defendant in nttcmpHiig
to pass in too narrow a space,
'in nttcmptlng to lake the open
ing,' ns the defendant's sou
expiessed It, or Hiiough his
failure In properly apprccial'i
the conduct of tho hotso, ns tho
defendant htiurclf rather ad
mits, or both combined,, or
whether It was nn unavoidable
accident, vvns for the delerniln
ntlou of the Jury In (he llrst in
stance, nnd It l 'he opinion of
tho coin t that their finding
was milhoilzeil by tho evi
dent!'." It should be noted by uulonioblle
owners nnd drivers that the ten
ded r) of the Juries nud Iho conse
quent tieud of the law Is to plate a
larger uieaiuio of lespouslbllily
iiioii Hie more powerful and ns a
milter of fact more itintiollablo -
when pinpeil diheii medium of
An automobile is uliMilulcly nt
tile (ominitid of lite tlilver If lie Is
handling the muthlno pmporly. A
Iioiko, oti the other hnnil, may be
couitV nbMiliitcly unuiniiageablfl
Hiiough fright. 11 Is tho duly of
the ntilo driver, lu fact lio law
(ouuuaUiH (hat the mttolst shall ex
ercise especial c.uo to piolect peo
ple In the streets, whether pedes
trians nr ililvlng In can lags.
GOVERNOR FREAR LOST..
(Continued from Prise 1)
Messis. Harvey and Mmslou Camp
bell, will letitiu on Monday, to I.l
huc, stopping to Inspect tho Anu
liola anil Ktipan lands nn the way,
nnd will take the steamer to Hono
lulu Tuesday afternoon.
The lest of Iho patty, Including
(lov Pi ear, Mr Mcnilcuhall, Trof.
Mead anil Senator Kniidscn, will go
tonight to llnunkaplal Valley,
spending tho night their, and will
then niako a slow progiess along
the cliff trail, mrlvlng nt Hie end of
the ti.ill, nt Kalalau Valley, Wed
nesday. I'loni thern they will go by
bcial lo Mllolll Valley, whero they
will elliith the tinll over tho cliffs
back In iliilemanii again,
Tito (lovernor will leach the low
linds again in time lo take the
idiiimcr for Honolulu cm Saturday
fi oiu Navvlllwill.
The above cut shows the "Ar
nold" Knit Night Drawer for child
ren, the ideal sleepinc Raiment, We
have all ages from 2 to 10 years.
Prices 70c to $2 per fjannent.
A Bicyclist Recommends
lie eayif "I have been a bicyclist for over
five yenn. Last tpring I caught cold, causing
catarrh. I took Pcruna, and am well. 1
often recommend I'erunn to my friends."
Mr. John IVrraull, .'llo Dnvidsoii Hlreet, Jlbulevnrd St. l'aul, near Montreal,
"1 hnvo been n blryellat for over five yeirs. and last spring l caugmimu
and illcl not lake any tiling for It, for 1 I bought it was not bad enough, but It
came to catarrh. I was so tllacouraged Hint I didn't know what to do,
could not sleep; I always felt liVnf and troubled.
"Finally I began to tuko I'cruna. After I lind taken one boltlo T felt
bctlcc. I took another one, nnd now
ii h ilTrinilay. 1 often recommend 1
- Mr. O. W. WoiHlbury, Rogers, Ohio, IT.
P. A., formerly '"aplnln nnd Center of the
II Irani College Musket IlnllTcnni, writes:
"Thero aro times in the, life of every
student when excessive Mudy'and too
close conflncijicnt nnd attention to tho
object In view will lell on your henltli.
"I have found Hint when Ixxly and
mind alike nru wenry nnd refuse to
work, a few doi-u of Pcruna restores
Tli following wholiMalo druggKt
will supply the ctall tra'ie: '
(Continued from faze 1)
hecouiOH H)t-seSied of Iho four Itm t-
lli'il nnd hlMy-flvo shines In IU1' Sugar
Kactots' Couil mi) that his been hi Id
by Ookala and will succeed to lis in"np
ery uu 1 inlere.its vvilli tovei.il specllk
exceptions an to glowing cine tluit
will not bo nffected iy Hie cliango In
uamo nud tho liicotporntlon of tho
Ivitlwlkl Sugar Company.
Since the epliatlon of Ooknla'H
chirter Iho iilautiillon has been iidmlti
Isteicd by the trustees. With the In
corporation of the K.ilwl'cl Shikar Com
pally the n tnio of Ookala Is diopped
fioiu the roll of Hawaii's sugar planta
tions nud tlie new compaiij takes thi
Mrs. (leorgo It. Tiunbtill, widow of
n wenllhy Now "Yin k contractor, saved
hciselt nnd her chauffeur, who w:u.
under the car making lepalis, when
the Jumped fiom her aiilomobllo ul a
Long Island cinshing nml shouled u
waiuiiig In the man. An engine des
lnni'il the car.
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School St., near Emma, 7
rooms and bath, mod
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