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KVENIXO -BULLETIN, HONOLULU. JT,
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Wallnco R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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Entered it the PotlorTice at !!oiolula
U fnoiul-clatR mitler.
TUESDAY ...SEPTEMBER 7, 1909
Decision of character is the one mo unable to discuss tlto topic with
bright golden npple which every "ut proposing a plan of destruction.
young man should strive in the be- They tell us tlint n tourist is better
. . . . . .L. i f ftifi.i i. mnfltin nni.liinr ntiv .1.1
c iiiurnr to piucK irom mc tree ui v.. , .......
n"e. John Foster. Tllc 1 1 1 n believes that we
suuuiu luiatii iiiu marine engineer,
especially tlto American marine en
gineer, nnil also Rain the tourist.
Wo want theni nil.
This Is altogether practical. Our
Increasing freight ami passenger
business will build up just the
Mr. Campbell's return to London
ami his reported ability to dinner
n uassenKer steamer for Immlgunts
Indicates that the advance guard ot American
the European Immigration for tnc
upbuilding of these Islands should
reach this port long before tho be
ginning of the new year. With the
mm union t once started and support
ed by n liberal appropriation, it
khould bo possible to have a contln-
iiotw stream of Immigrants coming i.0 ,iltlr t.nnipnign for
into tut' Territory 10 lurnisn im-
leacn so much needed to clarify
the National its well as tlia
lot al problem.
Having onco learned that our
Leglslatiiie, so inuth feaied by an
alleged conservative clement of tho
Teirltory, can rise to tho immigra
tion occasion 'It should bo possible to
Keep up the European immigration
under the present schenio until the
Panama tanal shortens the distance
between Europo nnd Hawaii.
Meanwhile Congress can tlo much
to promote the good work by recog
nizing tho extraordinary conditions
that prevail hero and giving us spe
cial legislation to meet them.
Nothing will stop tho rcnotnlnnJ
tlon of Delegate Kuhlo but his own
declaration that he will not accept.
At least the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n Is not
nwaro of anjouo In the Republican
party bo boiling with ambition that
he cares to attempt wresting the
Dclegateshlp from the Prince.
The only serious talk of retire
ment has come from the Delegate
himself, and If ho sajs that ho
doesn't really mean It, tho way will
bb absolutely clear for the leader
ship of tho Republican party.
At one time many business men
subjected tho Delegate to sharp
criticism on account of his not re
maining in Washington till tho last
tariff gun was fired, whether ho
was slcl; or well. These gentlemen
will undoubtedly forget their harsh
words, however. In lew of tho Ter
ritory having seemed everything In
tho line of protection that It went
As the II ti 1 1 c t I n stated after
Delegate Kuhlo came home with tho
Pearl Harbor appropriation, ho
ought to bo assured of a unanimous
election. It Is sad, but true, how
ever, that Republicans are thank
less, nnd tho Delegate had to get out
and light its hard as ever.
TlTo land Issuo was the dangerous
point for the Pi'lnco last campaign,
and he will need a very level-headed
steering commltteo In tho Repub
lican convention to prevent its be
ing moio dangerous In the next can
vass. It will nlso bo well to recog
nize tho fact that the agitation for
tho suspension of the coastwise
shipping laws will figure in the poll
tits of the next campaign, ns It Is
not probnblo that tho American vot
ers on American steamers in this
poit will view with Indifference any
pulley Hint Is UKelyto put them out
manned and controlled bj- Ameri
cans, that this Territory so 'much
neeiH, If tho protection now given
our ships ami our mechanics Is re
tained, further supported by sub
sidy legislation, and (lie pcbple of
Hawaii put one-halt the enthusiasm
steamers that they have evinced tn
their desire to assist the foreigner.
Any man who feels peevish tem
porarily over tho present situation
should bear In mind tho tremendous
lesson of the recent strike In the
Theie Is but one nation to control
the shipping of this ocean If Ameri
And If any mnn believes that na
tion will not make the people of Ha
waii walk the plank nfter this port
Is opened and a few more American
ships are eliminated, he hns an ns
' ilshlng faith In tho philanthropic
tlvea of Japanese steamship ope
i.ttors that Is not supported by tan
gible acts or' human probabilities.
Tally-ho Picnic to Moanalua Yester
day Is Success Fine Game of
Baseball Played and Other
A well - built, two story
modern house 5 bedrooms
double parlors, hot and,
cold water, two bath rooms,
electric lights, gas for light
ing and cooking; large mod
ern .plumbing; large Iannis.
t Rooms have plenty of win
dow space. Servants' quar-
, tew. . Lot large.
nPjiSC . - $4500
Trent Trust Co,. Itd.
.RETAIN ALL AMERICANS,
Marino englnccis of Hawaii will
bo'lntciested to know that they are
frco to got positions on tho steam
ers of tho mainland coast and Inland
waters when the suspension of the
coastwise shipping laws causes them
to bo displaced by foiclgners In theso
If memory Berves correctly, tho
officers and engineers of the three
Oceanic steamers thot wcro taken
oft tho Australian route wcio forced
to wult mount! for months before
thoy becured positions. They cor
tnlnly were efllclent men, but many
of them were a long time "hunting
.jobs'." Ono of tho best captains of
tho fleet has finally been forced back
into ono of tho few remaining sail
I ing vessels.
It Is unfortunato that tho advo-
Ycsturday the bullcrmnkcrs nnd
Iron shipbuilders censed their labors
for a while nnd Journcved down to
Moanalua the lleuutlful. And n
fine bunch of sports made tho tilp
to the picnic grounds, wheic every
thing was In readiness for the an
nual poyful minion of the men who
flcorgo Vnrtl wns tho Jehu of tho
tally-liti, and twenty-flvo bnlwny
men occupied the tents. Six horses
mnde the trip In short order, nnd
the hunch arrived In good time at
Senator Mooro and several Inter
lslund engineers made tho trip down
In a tit us nud rigs, nod soon tho party
had grown to a lurgo slzo. Lunch
was quickly opt end, and full pustlco
was done to tho excellent things
Hint were unpacked. Ice cold wnleMi
was there In abundance, nnd It re
mained untouched tlint Is
After knu knu was disposed of n
start was mado on the much talked
of baseball match between the mar
ried and dingle men, and then some
of tho most startling plays that havo
been seen for 'many a day eventn-
Mat Uurton wns umpire, nnd his
decisions were bo perfect tlint thoy
wcio never agreed to by ono side or
the other. The other Mnt "Illg"
Mat, wns n kicker from nwny bafclc,
nnd the utnplro wns chnnged eo
often that It is impossible to say how
ninny thcro really were.
Mike Pnttou (nptalned ono tilde,
and J. Hackett tho other nlno; tho
game wns a snorter from th? first
bnll pitched, nnd nfter n good gnmo
Mike's riicn won by a scoro of 9 to C.
A. protographcr was In evldenco,
and pktutes wcro taken of tho
Ilrothcrhood mid n special photo
vus made nlso of tho Lodge assem
bled around Kanuyhamcha's statuo
beforo tho tully-lirf started for Moa
nalua. Frank Earl of tho Orpheum Com
pany, mado tho party laugh with his
funny stunts, and Mat llurton was
also In good form.
Tho return trip to town was
made in good tlnio, uud tho whole
outing was voted n grain! shcccsi.
Bnlletin Basihess Office Phone 250.
LOWEST BID ON
THE BEACH ROAD
Board of Supervisors Also Authorize
Appointment of Overseer at a
Daily Wage of S5.C0 Aylctt
At tho mcotlug'hchl by llio Hoard of
Supervisors this, morning tho commit
tee report was adopted authorizing1 the
letting of the contract (or tho Kalua
ntil lleach road. Tho report stated
that t hu lowest bid received was that
Irum'MMcjuio nud Woods, who ngrced
to construct tho rond In necordtne;1
with the spcclflcntlons tit a cost of
(12,480, a figure that was materially,
lower than that of nny or tho other,
Thu report of lite committee on tho
btiggostlou Hint nil ovcrsier on the con
struction of tho road bo authorized by
the Hoard was also nctod uhmi fnvor
obly. Tho salary for tlto overseer will
bo 15 per day. Suiwrvltor Aylett de
clined to concur tn tho ru'port that ap
proved of the appointment of tho over
seer. In addition to tho' passing of tho pay-
lolls tho Hoard ulso'gnvo its final ap
proval to tho resolution providing for
mi npproprlntlon of 11 ICO out of tho
Uond Tnx Special Deposit Fund against
tho Districts of Ewn nnd Wnl.inae.
Tho financial statements for tho
months of Juno iltid July were submit
ted by tho Wnys nnd Means Commit
tee, tho conclusions of llio committee
en tho flnnnclnl problems beforo tho
city treasury being In tho following
"Wo find Hint tho expenditure for
July, nmottntltig to $58,080 B2. overruns
tho nvnllnblo averago for six mnttthj
by $I,0G7.I0. lint moro than $i',00D of
the July obligations Is repiosented by
special nates, chiefly for ruaiH utvl
bridges nnd non-prorated appropria
tions, tho expenditure of whhrli Is nil
or nenrly nil pnijt nnil will not bo re
pented In tho monthly averages.
"Yet tho average monthly resources
for tho flvo months beginning August
1 ($53,750.25) nro $l,ir.5.97 less than
Freshly cooked, or cold ones,
at the Alexander Young
.From 6 a.m.
to. 11.30 p.m.
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tho averago monthly resources for tho
si months beginning July 1 ($51,
"At thld ralo of deciunao in nionthly
osoitrccs, tho margin of about $5000
loft by Hie half-yearly appropriation
bill would bo wiped out befoto the
end of the current year. However, If
tho Hoard h keeps within tho nppi(iprla
lions nlre.idy mado, tegular and spec
ial, ns closely us possible, It should
conio out about oven on December 21st
To that end no uxtrn appropriations Of
large amount should be made.
"Thcro Is moru money nvnllnblo from
tho Terrltoiy than It now pays to tho
City and County oach month, but our
commltteo would remind the Hoard
that the cxtia monthly amount, prom
I ted If needed, will probably nil bo re
quired for tho pioposcd belt road contracts."
W a tor h rui eo
V.W'I IIIJ I II' I 1f
cates of tho coastwise suspension Bulletin Editorial' Boom. Phone J85,
. REAL. ESTATE
For sale in' College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley.
Size of lot 100x150. House consists
of living room, dining room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. .New
ly painted inside and out and mod
ern in every particular. Price
$4,500,00, cash or easy payments.
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The .popular, CALIFORNIA CREAMERY BUTTER. '
New shipment just Received by Alameda.
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Leading Grocers Phone 2 ' j
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during the next few days ,
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GETS ANOTHER CHANCE
After appealing from tho sentence
llliputtcu lliuu mm u) diiutit; jkmutmvjl
Ntil.aitl nuichl this ruonilii'j iKcidwi
to ihuiu-u his mind, and pleading guil
ty before Judgo Do Uolt, was given a
Eusjiciidoil scntenco fv thirteen,,
months. Ho had been originally ben
tenced to six months In Jill for neat-'
Ins up tho face of a Kentlepinii named
KuJI. l(o claimed that a i-rtvlous teini ,
In Jail which ho served was done
through the false testimony of l-lijl ,
nnd his sister.
Ah Knoni; took tho same courso nf
ter appealing from ti flno of $50 ltu- j
posed on him by tho Waliiltu .Mngla- j
tiuto. Ho uImi vv'ns given n suspended '
bcntenco. Ho wns charged by Mis. i
Joseph Mntsttgoio with "tlojtnlng" ,
a mother pig nnd sundry small pigs. j
King Street, near Alakea
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