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. EVnNINoTlUI-LRTtN, HONOI.ULU'T'lt'TmJnSDAV.'BErT. 0M309.
(DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
? At 120 King Street, Honoluln, Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
ji Wallace R. Ptirrlngton, - - Bdltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
(Pet Month, xijuhrre In tl.S ,7M
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
yvl i Editorial Rooms, - '185
lcI'lBuslries8 Office, - 256
Entered at the fcrttoffire at Honolulu
u rcotid-ciai4 nutter.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 0. 1909
irr; Absence cf occupation is not rest; ! ilelUer himself of, n few worth on
j A mind quite vacant is a mind dis- to new federal corporation 'tax.
' L ' tm..M !rV,i,na. I 111 n rni'pnt number nf llln new
niaa u. uvnp.a I - " - - "
' , Democratic Monthly published by
' Mr. I.lghtfoot's llrnt net nt the re-' Nonnnti B. Mack In lluffalo, Mr.
opening of the riot trlnl jestcrdny i Parker sn)s:
wub tii heap vituperation on the "Hut n few ilajii ngn, Mr. Corey,
newspapers. Ills only reason for bo the president of the Unltctl States
lining In the fnct that the majority ' Blecl Corpomtlon, i chirping from
of them have opposed the methods Puropo, hallcil with approval the
of his Japanese clients In the con- tariff hill containing the corporation
duct or the defunct strike, and the. tax, in which his departing assocl
Jlrst personalities were stnttcd by 'ate Judge Gary hcaitlly Join
Sir. I.lghtfoot at tho Institution, of.ctl, adding thereto tho prediction
the riot case. At that time he at- that 'now wo will enter upon a pc-
iit templed to tell the Jurymen
Mr ... .... ....... ............. .. l. ...-I, - ..
- iiuni'iijii i ivjnuin lit iiiu oiiiui' 1., u
false, and the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n, paitle
tllarly, ,wiib tho object of his attacks
-bccnuse It was the foremost In crltl-
tlslng Mnkltio's clicle. Should oy-
5? ory lawyer whoso caso Is opposed by
;, tho ncwHpapeis Invent slanderous
"'mill libellous ."facts" about It, a
rlod of great prosperity.'
"Naturally, the small corporations
engaged In honest business prose
cuted In obedience to law, do not
look kindly on thfs'nttefipt to add
to their burden ot taxation.
"It Is otherwise, however, with
the great combinations In restraint
of tiade, which seek Ift dominate so
many fields of endeavor? They wish
court room would lm ltltln belter
ggtlinn a comic opera. Mr. I.lghtfoot's
. uttiielis jesteruny wcro more dcnnltc
'than hcretoroie, and' he Irtually ! rcased taxation and continued do-
U accused tho II u 1 1 e t I n of printing lltlcal (ontrlbtttlons.
In be let alone, nnd to that end seek
Mmiminlty even nt the cost of In-
To some writers the stntuto ap
parently seems entirely Innocent of
n purpose to trespass upon the pow
ers reserved to the slates and to the
people. It appears to me, on the
contrary, but another step In tho
garbled reports. It Is easy to place
Bitch uhaigcs against a newspaper
that I.lghtfoot evidently Is attempt
ing to burn nt tho altar of u Jury's
,Iaor. It Is lamentable,' Inasmuch
"ns tho Hit lie tin won't burn In
thlc way, having a decidedly good ' rnrrylng out or a carefully devised
L) conscience, nnd willing to place Its .n of centralization of power In
, reports in nil mo sirino trials lie- ibo federal government."
side tho transcilpfg of tho snmo nnd Mr. I'nrker has urlloubtcdly been
" apologize meekly to tho eminent nt- -iscd ns a mouthnlccu for Democrn-
tnrney for nny discrepancies he-. He doctrine, but he appears ruther
twecn them. ridiculous In tho role of erltie-iii-
chief of gVcat corporations. If there
was eyer a crcaturo of the, III
Eiuelllng great corporation crowd
I'nrker as the candidate or "Conser
vative Democracy" was one. Ills
comment would be mote effective If
presented as tho luw, for publica
tion, of ono of the family.
There may be some merit In com
plaints against centralization of nu-
r so many
i flnnnelrrH linn hern snrli! Ilinv lmvn
iow of Knmanlnns would rise up In .,, tlio division of nntborltv t.. ns-
AMERICAN FARMERS IN CANADA.
What wnnbl liumipii tn Unwnlt If
jmi olMclal should state that an
American tanner know moro about
land nnd culthntlon than goern-
'. inent experts?
1 Might not some or the, oracles fall "I'lamis against centrallzat
'.lead? And Isn't it certain that nn,.,orlt'- 1)U,t "i0 reCr,,i
their wrath and sneer?
Such n statement lias been made
of tho American farmer by tho Ca
nadian Minister of Public Works.
Humming from n lorn or Inspection
of tho Canadian West this official
; especially lauds tho wtjrk or tho
.American runners v. no nave settled
In Canada. Ho notes especially tho
j province of basltnlcbewan, where
SrjAiuurlcnn farmeis have bioUght to
ffu .highly productive state largo
urea a ot lanu which a lew jears ago
lliml been ilcclaied unlit for cultiva
tion by tho Government cxpcrtB,
TIicko mciihnve come from a tcr-
lttory In which similar dry condl
Uons prevailed, and they had turned
itltolr knowledge to such good ac
count that land which they had
bought for l- or $3 lm acre was to
day valued ut from 130 to S40 per
giirrc. At Dtinilttrn, for Instance, one
tlst them In so many dishonest opcr
ntlons, that the ciltlclsm offered hy
iiicir uKi-'iiis suuniis iiko me pinini
of a thler whose business Is threatened.
LESSONS HICM CRETE,
Headers or Hawaii havo probably
glcn very llttlo thought to tho cable
announcements that the people of
tho Island of Crete wcro to bo hand
ed over to the contiol or Turkey. It
didn't stir many hearts to indigna
tion that the tioops or four burly
Huiopean Powers should land, shoot
down the (iieclan flag which the
people ot Creto had raised, and cn
force n rulo ot their own, which,
while showing the ability of Jealous
powers to agree, docs not please tho
ililiKhcls of wheat from two sections.
twlillo another anticipated 50,000
tlVTlshols from 2, 0T)U ucics sawn to
'American farmer expected 35,000 ;I)Coplc. Tho expeilcnco of Cicto
however contains much that should
causo tho people or these Islands to
gho thnnks that they havo taken
shelter with and are helm; cared for
jUuiIng tho first thrco months of,bv tll0 most ....werf.,! ,.,, ,,, n,i8
tho fiscal year ending with June, ocenni otherwise our very' value
17-la:!C persons entered Canada ns!.i i..i.... j, ,.,i , .
limnilBrants, an Increnso of G.1G3, orjtuncc wouI(, m,!n of m MmiH R
SWi'i' "'" "'"' "" u," l'v""" """-ivcrltablo International football,
fyea. Trom Great Ilrltaln and the T), ,m,10r,nnco ot Crcto ca not
VoiHineoi ilia arrivals nuiuoereu. ,,.,, , VB,U0 ,,, , , B
gfi11"' " '"'""f, " 0t,1?n "er,"nt'! prospective value. It Is not a largo
ncu.iii.i i. . , in,, ipcnui u. ,,lnll(li ItB opuinti,,,, lg ,iroblluy
fjunt jiui. win uih iiiu Dtiitiu iliuc,
Slmtvover, Immigrants from tho Unlt
fcilBtntes numbered 32,92-1, an In
Ictfasb of 12,517) or 81 por cent.
Frhe" American Immigration to Can
piila was 00,000 last )ear, and prom
flscs to reach upward of 80,000 duf
fing the present fiscal year.
While Canada Is thus becoming
rnpldly Americanized, our own peo
plo mo given n demonstration ot tho
fact that Amei leans have lost none
not three, hundred thousand, The
peoplo aro poor nnd tho land Is not
carefully cultivated. Hut tho possi
bilities aro great. A broken coast'
lino nffnrds many good harbors. In
tho valleys Is n soil of great fertility,
I'rult trees grow In abundance, ex
ports ot oianges and lemons being
tho chief tourio of wealth to tho res
Idents nt present.
This Island Is Inhabited hy a proud
raco or men who havo been tossed
A well-built, two -story
modern house i 0 bedrooms
double parlors, hot and
. cojd water, two bath rooms,
electric lights, gas for light
ing nnd cooking; large mod
ern plumbing; large lanais.
Rooms have plenty of win
dow space. Servants' quar
ten. Lot large.
Price, - $4500
Trent Trust Co;, Ltd.
sovereignty or the Sultan to on ac
tual rule by the king of Greece.
Ono Important lesson has been
learned thrpugh the events enacted
In Hint Island. It Is Hint cl liga
tion has reached tho point whero
four Jealous powers, nny one ot
which would like Ciete for itself,
can maintain friendly relations nnd
rule Jointly n fertile ttrctch or coun
try without falling out nnd resort
ing to arms. Another lessons needs
to bo learned nnd will In time force
Itself on tho nations Interested. It
Is that sovereignty must exist only
with the consent of tho governed.
H tho Cretans tin not wnnt Turkish
rule they will not endure It. Kor
a time brute force may malntnln
such a suzerainty but In tlnjc It will
find such conditions Impossible. Crete
demands Grecian rule. Turkey re
fuses to ghe up the Island. Conse
quently oulstdo nations nro called
In to govern. Cotumlrslnucrs nro ap
pointed. I'rnrtlcal Eclf-governincnt
Is offered. Hut, with u tenacity
which prophesies great things when
the opportunity mlses, tho Inhabit
ants stick 'to tho original demand.
It is becoming apparent that It will
havo to be granted or that n state ot
constant revolution will develop on
the Island which will prevent It from
ever' being developed Into the pros
perous community which Its fertility
and natural advantages warrant.
LAND AND HOMES.
(Continued from Pace 1 1
Iioorer claSs ot people. Thoy deslro to
ssk tho Congressmen to prohibit tho
snlo or agricultural public lands ut auc
tion ns It It said It would bo detriment
al to tho poor man, who Is most In need
or n home. ,
Ono or tho most Important matters
to bo Inserted In the petition to be pre
sented to tho Congressmen tor cinsld
oration hy tho Congress or tho United
Stntes, will bo thct tho government.
bo It federal or Territorial, provide tho
pcoile, citizens ot tho Territory or
Hawaii, and or tho United States, with
money m that they could build homes
en n small government homestend.
That tho buildings bo held by tho gov.
eminent ns a Hen until thn mouev ml.
vnnccd has been paid back to tho gov-
Freshly cooked, or cold ones, i
at the Alexander Young
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Low Rates. .Quick Service.
eminent. In this way, thg promoters
or the mass meeting saj that tho poor
peoplo would bo provided, 'with homes.
Somo of thoso who are, talking about
tho Hawaii land laws, are:vls!tlng and
calling on tho loaders of' different po
litical organizations,' asking them to
bo present and speak ata mass meet
ing at Aala Park. ' " ,
I'oepno utated this morning that
bonio of tho speakers (o"rll(ress tho
mass meeting hayo b'een Selected, but
nt their request their names will not
bo nnnounccif until a'filluro date Tho
promoters of tho meeting will Invito
tho Congies8mcn nnd leaders of differ
ent Jiolltlcal org-uilzdtlohs tri bo pres
ent on tho stand at Aaln Park during
tho mcptlng. " '
(Continued from Paze 1)
sldu with soma Interesting data
whmi they return to Honolulu from
their trip to Hawaii 'and Maul In
company with Governor Krcar.
Th'o Immigration Commission rep-
.-. (.-. t.tnlmnii otili It Tllnir tit II I
Ml IIIU IllUiUUI dl'll M 1IUJ Kill . . ,
mlBrnt If.BlvP,, t!, 'ni.nnrt.inttles I nb.0Ut f,om m, "0lclSnty to nn
of a white man's country." I!"""' "c IlIoinIent. It has
j j "i vii uuuci iiuiuiiu, lirceK, t L'lIUlMIlt
I If?VllMntl find 'furlteli fttln i Wlm
(PARKER ON CORPORATION TAX.1 people spenlc tho HieeU language and
"i t Inio chlelly of the Greek Oithodox
PAItou II. Parker, tho -now almost I religion. Tho Mohammedan popiila-
eforgntteii candidate for the Presl- tlnn Is native and therefore not deep-
Wency needless to say tho Demo-jly attached to Ottoman rule, Thero
rcfrf'tlc calldldato has leceiitly es- is nn nlmost unnnlmous deslro .imong
cllpeil fronf obscmlty long enotiEh to tho. citizens to change tho shadowy
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 100x160, House consists
of living room, dining room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kitchen,
bath, servants' quarters, "etc. New
lyrpainted, inside and out and mod
ern in every particular. Price
$4'500.00, cash or easy payments.
Furnished cottages ' at Punahou,
Ecrctania' St. Rnd . Vaihikl Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
The popular "CALIFORNIA CREAMERY BUTTER.
. New sliipment just received by Alameda.
Henry May & Co..
"& Co.. Ltd.,
resentntlvcs, consisting ot Senator
Dillingham, William It. Wheeler
and Professor Mtllls, enmo to Ha
waii to Investigate local Immigra
tion conditions' with a view 'of pre
paring u report to tho Tcderal gov
ernment which will undoubtedly
have wide Inllucnco In guiding tho
futuie ollcy of tho administration
Among tho data that will bo sub
mitted to tho members ot the Com
mission will bo figures submitted
showing tho icmarknblo progress
and success that has accompanied
tho Portuguese Immigration nnd tho
lcsults ns pieparcd nro expected to
go n long way in showing tho nd-i
vantages that the Territory has
reaped from the coming of tho Por
ttigueso Immigrants. Tho meetings
Great Bargains f
Let us s,how you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co., j
' King Street, near'AlaUea'
of the commission will bo open to
tho public nnd nro expected to shed
considerable light dn general labor
conditions and tho best means of
obtaining tho most desirable class
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured 'by'the 'Dullotlu'
0iibllKhlng.T?nrnpanjf , ,
THOSE "ARNOLD' 'GOODS.
This time it's the "Arnold" Knit
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets,
The very best band for baby,
made of wool- or part sill; ami part
wool, or all silk. Price 40c to $1.15
TOE NAIL CUPS
INCLUDED, IN OUR VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
MANICURE GOODS YOU WILL FIND THE HANDY TOE
NAIL CLIPS THAT ENADLE ONE TO CUT TOE NAILS
WITH PRECISION. IN THE LOT WILL BE FOUND,
ALSO, ALL THE ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS NEC
ESSARY TO KEEP THE HANDS IN PERFECT CONDI
Benson, Smith fe Co.,
" HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 397.
DR. FREDERIC BELL, PH. -D.
Is Without a Peer As -a Phrenologist and .Thysiogomist.
' The Doctor will tell you why one person is a failure, wltilc another
succeeds. He will also point out whether you nro best adapted for law
yer, doctor, preacher, teacher, actor, nurse, musician, commerce, the
army, navy,, etd. He -will also tell you the studies which will no3t
enhance your boys' ,and girls' success in the truest and best sense,
without the possibility of a mistake through the exact science of Phre
nology and Physiognomy.
Complete Charfc Terms Moderate.
TREE LECTURE; Sunday afternoon, nt 3 o'clock, Hawaiian Ho
tel lanai: Dreams, visions, prophecies and revelations explained.
Classes now forming in the occult and new thought. Tor full par
ticulars call on Dr. and lira. Bell at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Suito
40, 42 and 44. Hours 10 to 5 and 7to 0. Sundays only by appoint
ment; also by phone 715 any day,
- -Z. -rTrsy "j '.H .in .ii . . ...
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel; and
Anyone in need of first-class spec'
tacles properly fitted call on him.
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLIPE
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Showrooms Corner King and Alakca
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