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nVKNMN'n ntlLLHTlN. 1I0X0MJUJ. T. U.. THURSDAY. AUG. 20. 1900.
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Wallace R. Parrlnton, - Editor
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rv- J Editorial Rooms, - 185
MBusiness Office, - 256
How far that little candle throws
So shines a good deed in a naughty
ICnpnn land Imslmsg Is settled
fllorj tie' Hut how?
More tlmo nnd money Is the "lcr
that tomes from Maul Thnt's what
vcrunc w until In this woiltl.
To leep pico with the develop
ment or Hie town the Nairn! Transit
should Jiialntuln u ten-mlnuto serv
ice on ever) one of Its present lines
It In about Unto to rccetvo doll-
nltu word from Mr. Campbell n ,0
what lie U doing toward rcall7lng
on tho Huropean Immigration hope
of the Tcrrltor.
Abo l.tmlssnn at least inntlo then
realiro that ho wan theic, nml
Amirlta has a cotTco Industry that
requites only n Httlo American pro
tection to niaKo It worth while.
Wo nlw.ivs Knew tint our High
School was tho btst this side of the
Atlantic, lint It is pleasant to be re
minded again by nppeils from the
mainland to Know our s)stcm.
Hawaii Day can present to tho
iipnnt.) t tho Seittlo I'alr nil the
nloilCH of Hawaii oxcept the mag
nificent illmilc Tor that thc
must como and seo for themselves.
At least let us thresh nut nil
theso mutteis of distributing the
Cnngiessmen buforo the) nrrie, so
that our pcoplo shall meet them as
n hnppy fnuilly d conlim iiootn .u
"every landing place.
Our National Immigration Com
mlsslunors nrc to come to Hawaii
nnd hold open meetings Our Terri
torial Immigration Hoard meetings
have to be, oh, so iccret. Which
must provo that man) aw full) lm
lioi tunt things nie done up In Binall
Tho man who gives notice
through tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n that he
will tomo to Honolulu and mako n
lllglit In his dlilglhle balloon for
tho sum of 1.500. Is nt least a re
minder that prot,ent-dny ballooning
has not attracted sufficient compe
tition to put it In the cheap-guy
riorhln nlneaiiplo men ought to
llntl n plenslng prospect In Hawaii
provided the) nro not bid oil their
fiot when they attempt to get n
jilico of land. Such was locently
tho fnto of n prospective small farm
n who thought to securo n very
nmull taction of land on the other
sluo of this island.
When all tho forts nro completed
tho Bummer or winter war game
should Include a week's practice In
the detente of tho Island of Oaliu
Then our mllltla would gain Borne
very practical lessons and perhaps
moro of our citizens would appre
ciate Hawaii's moral obligation to
provldo nu armory foi Its volunteer
Australia's Bquadron of four cruis
ers Is showing almost as Httlo rc
gnid for tho i dative Impoitanco of
the United States of Australia ns
tmr own (ouiitiy did foi Its Interests
In the Orient when the majest) of
our Hepubllc was uphold by a shal
low wooden cruiser that was Btuck
in tho mud half tho time. Australia
should bo given n real navy of Its
History bhnvvH that under condi
tions siiih ns exist today money bo
glns to lcno stocks and seeks oth
er directions where It Is moro need
ed nnd which nio moro profitable
Our big bankers nnd rich men see
plenty of opportunities ahead vvhoro
thoy, ciui Bccuro better icturns than
they nro now gottlnE on tho capital
Invested In surplus stocks which
Tcr Six Motitnj 9 .no
lr Ye.t, .njrwnete In U S ...... I.un
Pel Ye.r .nvtlifre It) Cfttiid. . f .rto
l'erer iti .Id, folei&it S.tHJ
Entered At the Totoflire ftt Hotmltllu
m urtoml-cUM mttter.
AUGUST 20. 1009
the) nrc now carr)lng. Henry
Clows' 11 inking Circular.
That Is Just tho icason why In
Honolulu money will seels Invest
ment In leal cstato nnd new enter
prises when the stock market has
been placd to tho limit. Thero Is
no questioning the solid character
of Honolulu's piosporlt) or Its ab
solute fi icdum of present growth
from an) of the characteristics of a
boom, but plentiful money seeks
more than one outlet.
MONEY WELL SPENT.
lly the end of Ibis week it Is prob
ublu that full) two hundred nnd
fifty thousand dollars will have
been put Into circulation through
tho wages paid tho so-called strike
breakers on the sugar plantations of
this Isl ind.
No dividend ever p-ild by nny
plantation has dono Honolulu so
much good as this pi)ment of n
quarter of a million of dollars In
wages, a largo pioportlon of which
has gone to the citizen labor of this
It Is Impossible, of course, to
continue tho into of wages Hint has
ocmi paid during this crisis, but it
alwn)g possible for tho citizen
hboicrs to perform n large share of
ile tasks oftored on the sugir phin-
tlons. and tho penetnl icport Is
ilint they do It well.
After man) )curs, it Is to be
hoped our laboi conditions hnvo so
changed that tho laborer has found
ho cnu work with tho plantation
manager, and the manager dlsctiv
ml tlutc mo citizen laborer of toda)
Is of better quality than in da)S
when times were so good that woik
was not so generally sought as n
matter of necessity.
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS.
I.lko tho Income tax, the postal
savings bank Is m-tklng certain
headway with the people, and now
that the Picsldt'iit has Informal!)
put It on his slate of accomplish
ments, there Is good icaam to be
lieve the s)stcm will be established
notwithstanding the opposition of
One of tho stock objections
against the postal savings bank Is
that the government will have no
way of Investing Its funds. Tho
government debt is small, nnd until
very iccently steadily growing
smaller. At the present tlmo the
federal authorities aro under the
necessity of hot lowing many mil
lions of dollars with which to com-
pleto the work on tho Panama cn-
nnl. Congress has authorized the
iBsuanco of new 3 per cent bonds
for .this purpoiu. Now tho hold
ers of tho 2 per cent bonds previ
ously Issued nro loudly protesting
that tho new Issue will dopreclato
tho vnluo of the government securi
ties all endy In their hands.
Tho secretary of the treasury
Bjmpnthlzcs with their distress, and
for tho present will Issue only short
tlmo certificates, thus giving Con
giess nn oppoituntty to fix a parity
for tho 2 per cent bonds, I'mthcr
norm issues nro not needed us i
basis for national bank circulation.
In brief, tho absorbing of the
bonds which tho government must
put nut In tho near future Is going
to cause boiiio embnirassmont. How
ever, If tho postal savings B)stcm
wero In existence the funds placed
in the government's Keeping could
be used for tho purchase of tho new
bonds, to tho bone lit alike of tho
savings B)stcm and of the govern
ment ns n bond seller. , .
Tho government nnd tho pcoplo
need tho s)stom, and ns tho Interest
into will rule very low tho nllrged
competition with prlvnto enterprise
Is Imaginary, Hawaii hus hud e
peilcncu with tho postal Kivlugs
band dining tho dn)s of Its Inde
pendence, nnd Know i, of Ita meat
Waikiki Property For Sale
It is no longer imnossiblo to cct
land on the beach nt Waikiki. That
property known as the "Kentwcll
Plate," near land recently taken
over bv the U. S. Government, is
bcint offered for sale. The improve
ments consist of two houses, a small
cottnee, a larjrc barn and servants'
ounrtcrs; land runs back from road
858 feet, and lies a frontage of 88.4
feet on the beach. Pricc'$8,500.
Secretary Wood Warned,
Of Advance Guard
The exclusion outlook seems to bo
brightening right along. Is Seeit
tury Wood's report.
Mrx. C. It. Hamlin wiltes fiom
Santa Hnrbain, Cat., under dntu of
Aug. 9, as follows:
"I inn preparing to take n pirt)
of California nnd Pacific Coast peo
ple to the islands carl) In Jnnuai).
If this tilp la mure-sful I Intend to
tnko Eovernl inrtlui cich )ear.
"1 was advlEcd to Wiite to the'
I'OLK-Juduh Camp n) or San 1'inn
tlsco for lutes of hotels, cost of
touring tho Islands, tilp to 111 If and
KUnuc.i, etc, and thoy lefcried me
"If )ou will adtlso mo ns soon ns
possible what rates I can mnKo at
the best hotel (wo opeet to oe
there about ten en du)H, what It will
cost to take alt the tilps by auto
mobile nnd tall) -ho, tho tour to
Hllo nnd the Volcano, I shall appro-
clato It. I hope this will not give
)ou too much trouble, but If It Is
out of )our lino will )ou bo kind
enough to nsk tho proper persons to
Bend mo their intcs?
"I hope to liavo fifty In each par
ty; I shall not tuko fowcr than
"If )ou will send me literature on
tho Islands I shall bo under gieat
obligations to )nu."
It Is needless to t-ay that n full
lino of our nhcitlsing mattci will
nt onto bo Bent to Mrs. Hamlin.
Two torpedo bmts wero tu'ccn lo
tea and need ns targets for tho battlo
bhlps in their chills ore tho Yliglnla
.Hillside Ave , 90x150.
Good soil, extensive view ..$030 00
East Manoi Eoad 17,000 so. ft.
Desirable location $1,000.00
Upper Ilanoa Boad20,000 sq. ft.
A bai-gain at ?2,000.00
Uuuanti Valley An ncic build
in;t lot on Nuurtlm St , near
Country Club $1,G00.00
Houses for lent in all
parts of Honolulu.
Cor, Fort and M
in new and
special showr ooni
Lewers & Cooke,
177' S. King- Strc3t.
The Noidsoo Is still nt Walanao,
where hhe anchored )estcrday uftcr
foveinl da.vs of drilling Tho Mokollt
did not ictiirn this morning and tho
MnVie Is hltn bttUidlns by her, assist
lug In hauling up hoi anchors. One of
lliest according to tho icport of tho
Intrepid on tho morning when i ho
Hi tt broke- adiltt, Is out 120 fathoms
tint' the other 03. Sho was coaxed In
cloto enough to (.Into )esttrda) to
penult her nuchoia to catch In the
Samuel T Smith, Connor major of
Tlivciipnrt. Iowa, and on of the
I'lithor of "Aiuerlci," died suddcnl)
nt Toronto Out., on his wn) to lbn
ton to stc his wICo and daughter Col
lowing his ic'c.-im) f i om tho Iowa pin
llcntl.irs where ho was htrvln a
term foi embezzlement,
WWI.W mmtmmmmnam wrwnwi
i ' I
OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM
SETS COAST PACE
it Tho following vriy practical It
! till) itc- lo tho courni of Rtud) at tt
U tho McKlnloy High School of tlilH tt
tt city c.ituo In tho latest m ill from tt
tt tho Coast nnd spenkH foi ltsolf: tt
Mr. XI. II. Scott, High School,
tt Honolulu, 11. Ti 1!
Dr Mi. Scott: Ab joii pull)
tt ably k'irm bj this time, tho Unl tt
St.veridt) of Cnllfomli has phto-d ft
tt In Its admission requirements tt
tt recotitlv adopted n course In tleti it
tt rial S'-Ienrc-, and we mo hiving tt
tt u Mij largo number of rcquoatt ii
it for Information about xuch u ii
li court.0. ti
it Tho best development of n gen- ii
ii c-rnl ttclonco courrc that 1 huvo ii
ii jet seen Is In jour own high ii
it school. Will )u not kindly out- i!
li lino for mo tho work done, and
ti specif) tho hooks tint tm find ti
ii vnluablo lu bucIi n com so? Ily
it doing go )ou will confer n very tt
it great favor on nnny tenchtts In tt
it tho State of California, ami on ii
ii imfclf ns well ii
it Willi very Kind icgnnls, I nm,
Yours very truly, it
It AMHItlCAN HOOK COMPANY, ii
it 11) l S. Woolsc). it
ti it it it tt it it tt ti it t; it it :t ti it it ii
MRS. HEADLEE WRITES
Tho following extracts from n let
ter Just le-cclved from the Promo
tion Comnillteo agent nt I An
goles, All o. Headlcc, nie- of c-ncral
' I now hnvo W of tho K-parote
lcctuies nrrangtd ns follows:
"Monda) Hawaii, Old uinl New.
"Tucsdi) 'Honolulu nnd Oahu
by Autouiublle '
"Wcdnesda) 'Hawaii, Us lto-
Bouncs nml Opportunities.'
"Thuiida) 'Tho Volr.mos of Ha
waii' "l'lldii) -'Touring tho Hawaiian
"Saturdi) 'Mfe In llnwall.
"I nm very ninth pleased with tho
"I am bo htvpeful of results for
this season's woik. I thai! mako a
special effort with tho public bchool
teachers this winter nnd hnvo al
leady usked a pi ico on tho progiam
of tho Teachers' Instltuto to bo held
hero during tho HolIdii)s. . I am
planning to fit) tho assembly hall
ovtr) day If poislstcnt effort will do
It. We have had good ninllcnccJ all
tho tlmo thus far. ,
"I P-i'l 'torn tho local ofllco of the
Pariflt Coast S. S. Company thnt ne
gotlitlons aro still under way for
Salt Like KlKs" excursion, hut that
tho difficulty lies In securing suffi
cient ensh guarantee."
llccauso n Chlncso magistrate
gouged out u man's eyes and cut of
his arms to euro him of tho opium
habit, tho recent ilslng In tho Shensl
and Knnsu dlctilcts of China was pro
l'lvo of seventeen joutlis who und
ertook to swim through Hcllgnto In
tho New Ymlt harbor vcro overcome
and taken from tho water.
The above cut shows the "Ar
nold" Knit Night Drawer for child
mi, tho idenl sleeping- Rannent. We
have all axes from 2 to 10 years.
Iiicc3 70c to $2 per garment.
T . Hd'S'iJ. v
Wi I In ?V'iA75
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
ASTOIfclA is a litu'iitJcct suh'ii lluio Tor Cnqtor Oil,
W x .paregoric, 1i'ojih nnd Fvooiliiats' Sjimjiis. Si 8i
plcitMnnt. II vonlniita ueiihcr Opititn, ?t3y-p!i"uo hjo:
oHici Xui'cotic (tbilitnco (iVnrvotiefi Hltsjit'fy). Mn
ngolnits guaruittoc. It cIchIi'ovs IVorsno asul altuin
FcvcriHlui'cst. Mt caret 5i:irr!t(mi ami! Wind Colic.
It relieves Tccthis: 'I'rostdlcs, enrey nnn!?:i(in
nitd riatuleney. 3t assimilates the Food, sac;;u!:itc
llio Sloiiiucli and tlowolHiviu Jicallhy :t,n5 Jttilitra'J
sleep. Tho Children l'miucca-'i'lio nnolhui0'!
sltrnntisro t Witfyrz7&cU.'l tir fftirin'S.-i CnatcWu
" M piitlcntt lumkWy ftiL-o tl o ctlon of joar
"DnrlocmyinrcIlrAl pnctlco I kno fit crtnd
rjit-n vrh aro yonr t'MtcrU nn f"1,11- rilMi on J lm.l
VTltbcvodmulu.' II, JLu-ccn, )t. T,
"Tont r4lorla U c rtn nty i - rrcat ft rcbicily
far cMMrin I ktiovrcf. I u to uthc. jrn-prleurypieparftttuuMli'clilni-
I). s. bcjnrjLinr, It I) ,
Kami City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CastosrEa.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THCOKNTAUN 0MtHT. TT taUMMAV QTPf BT. hlW Y6rrt CITT.
irnTTiriTiirnriTiinTm,rMi,"TMBnMMr i "urnmi
. ''-''ON cr i "i
SEAS'DE BAND CONCERT.
Iho Haw nl n Hand will glvo n
puhlle imiu'lrht concert this eve
ning nt tin- Hi ii lulu Hoifhle at
30. rollovvlng Is thr program:
Mnich--Soldlcis In tho Hushes...
Oveituie Ten Clilii nnd no Hm-
Plctolo Sulo Colibrl Helling
Selection Tho Last I)i)s of Pom
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Al. by llcrbol
field lion Muitlm Plotow
Wnlt7 Hello Anil Mclslcr
rinalo Napanco Williams
The Stnr Spangled llanncr.
SK huudicd dollnis conrcalcd lu a.
closet b) Mis. Charles Hart, wlfo
of .1 New YtuK contractot, was buincd
when n milch was Ignited by tho
closing of tho clotet tioor.
Alakca St . bet. King and
Hotel, 50x95 $11,000.00
Lunalilo St.. Modern Bun
galow, G rooms and
bath, a benutiful home 5,00000
School St., near Emma, 7
rooms nnJ bath, mod
School St , near Nuuanu,
G rooms and bath . . 1,500.00
Queen St., cor. of dm-
niinR3, C roonw 800.00
Others equally ns gcod. Give us
Real Estate Exchange,
82 Kinpf St. Phone 152.
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