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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II, MONDAY, SKPT, 0, 1909.
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OAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120. King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dnily every dav except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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vVmMmow R. Purrln'icton.
ItVUNINO HULLUTIIN 4 WUIlKuV lUjl.l.BTIN '
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j'rr Wat. ioilail, lottltn 13. oo I'tr Wit oliald, Ionian a.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED '
in the Territory of Hawaii.
t3d.lor.ui Rooms. - 185
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I haven't been labcrintr with the the Amerlein mechanic, tlio Amorl
expectation of beintj rewarded by eun engineer, the American skilled
'the .gratitude of the people. One workman on tlio sugnr plantations
cannot count on that. It's pleasure ' these islninln.
in doinc work that I like that has When tlio Japanese first came to
kept me in the fight. Tom L. John-
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You may hank on It tint Kauai Is
doing Itself proiul
We may be sure of unanimous.
Congressional approval of the Hono-
lulu brand of baseball
Dr. Cook mlRht guarantee to.gtildc
n part) of Doubting Thomases to the
I'ole, Just to proo that ho know
lhe W"0' i
If there li speed In tho eight nr-
mored cruisers ou in ly depend on
Scbreo and. his nun to get It out of
Ex-Speaker lie kley seconded what
Bhould be a I. c -note for Hawaii
when he told tho Congressmen at
Anla Park that more money Is want
ed for tho Federal 'Experiment Sta
tic) ntltatj Is looking after the diversi
fied agriculturalist '
TonoluKi Is not far removed from
tb jcar when the Increasing mini
in j of Atncrlian workmen will eu
..Mn in In linvn a Labor t)iv narado
tluit will attest the reviving strength
' '' American citizens In the lihorlng
ncles of the city and Island.
It might have dono many of our
citizens and Territorial olllclals
,wl I.. I,..n, lli n, ,,.!,,,,.., fr,.,n llin
nln audience when Congressman "'o Anicrlmn mechanic novenjojs
llls declared for n liberal homo- la withdrawn?
tcadlng law and when other speak- Suspension of the present form of
rs endorsed the proposition of local Protection means that not only the
control of land laws. That Aala nu- engineer and tho skilled workman
dlcnio was nn ns-embly of voters, of tho steamers will be put out of
rather thnn n gathering of soclnl business, but the ory steamers
leaders who look on politics ns themselves.
"rnwther nastj" and huutly tiro- Tho II til lot In has no partlcu
gomc I Inr quarrel with tho Japineso whoso
ships luvo taken tho place nt tho
Coming to Honolulu under forced Ameiicnn on the I'nilfic, and will
draft is one of the details of our tnlfo the phuo of mnro American
navj's practice In tho war game ships In these w iters If tho present
Say, now, jou peoplo who claim that form of prelection is removed and
this flag on Ameilran merchant no substitute given,
ships is nil buncombe, whore are Tho Hull tit Ill's position H
tho American ships that could bo merely like tli.it of Undo Joo Cm
drawn Into service to get troopi to nou when ho was ultlclscil for fav
Honolulu in n hurrj ? And what tiring too man) of his Intimate
nro jou doing to mnko It posslblo to friends In tho mytter of nppolnt
huve more American ships for trans- nienls. Tho Speaker of tho Houso
port service when they are needed? quieted his critics by sajlng, "Wall,
Aren't ou nmong tho men who will I don't know how jou do It In jour
oil ihe loudest for help should the piute, but out In our country when
nation get In a pinch? wo have n Christmas tree we put
I presents on for tho family first."
VftirF (IF lAHflP nU CUIPPllUr.' Tlln lmilotlii locsn't see why
iuiul ui iinuuu ua uiiiiiiiiu
A more appropriate topic for I-n-
bor Day In Hawaii could hardlj bo
, , .
selected than that vvlilch Is present -
ed In tho connuunlc.itlcm of "Marino
'Knglntcr" given in another column.
Here Is nn all-Important side to
Ihn Ainnrlpnii inonlinnt mnr 110
' problem and coistwlio shipping law
In Its application to tlicso islands.
i Suspend tho coastwise shipping
law-ami it nifans tho opening wedgo
for the ronlgner. Instead of build
ing up our own licet of American
steamers Jo iittommodnto tho In
creasing pissenger tialllc coming to
this port, tho suspension of the only
form of pioteitlon that tho Ameri
can ships now havo will nBsuio tho
tealy building up of foreign steam
ship lines nml tho Inevitable disap
pearance of the American ships.
As the Ameilcan steamers mo re
duced In number, It means that tho
American engineers anil tho Ameri
can ullkcis, and the American work'
men of these ships must beck em
ployment olsewlieio. And wlie.ro
shall thej go with the door of oppor
tunity on Ameilcan ships mnio near
ly closed ngulnst them?
Talluro of Congress to piss n sub
sidy for tlio merchant marine,
coupled with tho suspension of tho
coastwise shipping laws will maka It
as'cortaln us tho rising and setting
of the sun that Japineso will tnko
the plnco of these Americans for
whom "Murine Englncei" speaks.
"'Does soma one clcclaro that this Is
a foolish piomcuoiw
Look you then to tho hlstorj
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office, - 256
tntrtrt! at the Totiofhrr tt Honolulu
u tn-oi d-cliM nnurf
.SEPTEMBER G, 1909
Hawaii It was In tlio capacity of it i
Held Inborer. We wcro lolil nml
many honestly 'belleped that ho
oulil nlwn8 rcmnln u llehl laborer,
and that the American, or cltlion-la-
borer, as o think of him here,
wimIll continue to hold the skilled
i ,i0vv well this pronhoc) was fill-
tilled was demonstrated on Kn-
,nkI pnlltat()lli for llBtancc,
,, , j,,,,am.,0 ,.,i0ca ,,f
,.lt ,)r()lltrt tfllt ,)tu 8trko
latt Ma), The Jnpamso In tho mill,
as well as tho Held, were called out.
. , , , ...
Ml rumi1B flt, blnst nluI ,m,y n
liliull) Providence, that tins appar
ently guarded tho sugar Industry 'of
tliete Islands nt critical periods,
prevented a cry ilcstructlvo acci
dent. Thoro was not enough cltl
7en labor on tho wholo plantation
to m.intio mill tho center of skill
ed positions. This condition docs
rot prevail on nil the sugar planta
, thins, and It will not bo allowed
"K"l "t Knhuku. but It bIiows to
what extent tho alien Inborer hns
been kept la tho Held and nway
from competition with the American
If that will happen In Hawaii's
protected BUgar Industry, Is there
nil) reason to bcllovo that tho snmo
thing nml tnoro will not bo repented
o Aineni.ui mcminiu nmrinc m
llllWIlll W llCU What, llttlO plktOCtlOn
Bllt, 1( j.rCl,t an, powerful country
" u' f"Hed States, and such, a
prosperous Territory ns Hawaii
should vnluntnrllj open tho doors to
"ow1 "' foreigner to run out the
.American workmen. Especially
, ,,, n()t ,(J whpn prfnc,.
( ,,tH ispoustd bj tho dominant par-
t of tho Nation and the partlcu-
Inr principle that makes Hawaii
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plo for protection prlmaril) pro
tection fur the American working-
Tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 it knows that tt
hns tho hacking of tho Amorlcan
worklngmen when it holds Hint this
Tcrrltor) already has enough for
clgn competition In nil tho lines of
labor on land without extending It
to the deep blue sen,
Tho foreigner bus had ever) thin
his ovvn'wa) for a good many )cars
In this Territory, nnd the recent
strlko on the vugnr plantations was
a demonstration ot tho Inevitable re
suit of putting nt Hast ono class of
foreigners In control.
Now, lot H glvo tho American nn
Inning Just for u diangc, or at least
not hand over mi) more, of our bus
Iness to tho foreigners. ,
llulld, work, Icglslnto for nn
American Hawaii, for a Territory
where tho American workman H
moro generally employed nn sou nnd
i land, nnd where n constantly In-
u casing sharn of the profits of pros
peilty go to Americans.
While pln)lng at Poit Arthur,
Texas, chlldion held gasolliin-s.it- J
mated waste over tho noso of Mar
vin Iliovvn, 8 years old, Ho died lu
of a short time.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Continued from face 1)
nn entering wedge, nil) how." These
remarks left tho Impression on my
mind that tho wedgo onto entered
would bo hammered on b) those In
terested until the) busted tho const
wlso shipping laws wide open, and
this point In ought thomattcr llomo
rnthcr forcibly to tho writer,, .
Some few months ago tho MA
RINE ENOINEEItS OP THIS TEll
HITOItY WENT ON IlECOUD I1EKE
AND IN WASHINGTON AS IIEINd
UNAI-TEUAIll.Y OPPOSED TO ANY
SUSPENSION Or THE 'COASTWISE
SHIPI'INd LAW AS AI'I'MED TO
THIS TEIUUTOIIY. I am n innrlno
engineer in) self, and for this reason
nml on their behalf I nm prompted
to write this article and thus our
sldo oUie tnsc. "
As is well known, American nn
rlno engineers, masters, mates and
pilots ale examined nml licensed to
net as such on nil Apicrlcan cssels
and nre under tho control nml super
vision of the Bureau ot Commerce
This license policy not only means
American citizens for American
ships, hut also protects the holder
against the hoi do of forelgncm who
would bo glad to take their places
nt hnlf tho wages now re?clvcrii
So it may bo seen that this license
law protects tho officers otAmcrlcnn
vessels, nnd the coastwise shipping
law protects tho vessel. Whysus
pend It? Echo answers why.
If Honolulu was mndo n free port,
It would not be long beforo the for
eign bottoms would bo sharking for
trnclo around tho Islands. Not the
ocean liners, of cotirsoj tho Jnp.ineso
have many small boats suitable for
tho Island trifdo nnd to art ns feed
ers to the big liners.
JUST AS SUItE
iia i in, wiiii t'
OUT Or HAWAII UY THE EN-
CUOACHMENTS OK THE JAPAN-
ESE. JUST SO SUIIE W1U, THE.
AMKIUCAN ri,AO DISAPPEAR AI.ENT TO TAKINO OUR MCENS
rilOM THE PACIFIC If the const- ES AWAY KUOM US, for It would
wise shipping laws nre suspended In
their application to Hawaii, and the,
American engineer will bo forced ,
Tho snmo results may he expected
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BANS OF HAWAII, LTD.
to homo extent In Island waters, nnd
iih wo bavo flow tnoro nieh than
ships, why make matters worse
slmplv to gintlfy tho wishes of n
few who don't want to sco the
American sldo of It?
It Is no doubt truo Hint tourists
nnd other travelers help us, but
what wciwnnt most Is residents, sct-
. ciers, mcriinptcft aim tanners, jucy
nro the stablllt) of nny eountrj-.
Wo consider that tho suspension
of the to.istwlso shipping laws ap
piled to Hawaii WOULD HE KQUIV
I certainly deprlvo us of tho protec
Hon which Is now nfforded 4under
them, nnd we would bo TORCED
INTO COMPETITION WITH ALIEN
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blessed. MARINE ENGINEER.
Honolulu, Sept. S, 1809.
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