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llVUNINO llULLWIN, HONOLULU. T. II, WHI)Ni:mY, SKI'T. 15, "C'l
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-r-l J Editorial Roorris, - 185
A ?! 1 RnalntH2
Hospitality is nn expression of di.
tine worship Talmud.
Seitile In coming this way.
liuliiitil.il training Is what the
clitldnn u( ll.iw nli a schools lived
HKiiu llinii nn thing else, particu
lar!) In agriculture '
Delegate Ktllito should m.ikti tll
IiIh mind In inn again, ami tliu lie
piihllinu (umpilgn should lint wait
till tlio opposition N In till swing.
i im i w i a ,
Mr lt in prut til In Hllu that lie
lacks Ko'l Judgment. Ills ability
In iiHsciulilf llgtires ma) lie great, but
his nib Ui' U a nilaht) dangerous
Perhaps the) might tnko kindly
in tifitnnn'ij uiiffrni, In llnwnll If
thorn were iiny re.it.nu to believe i
tli.it tin- prettiest girls would
sent to legislative balls
If li be true that I.ahnlna Is con
trolled li) the Dutch the Ilia) tnko
iritltl In themselves for having uc
iiiiliplUhcd the tompleto capture of
the ('ongiesslonnl part)
PomiIIiI) Admiral Sebieo takes his
licit in Minlaeu ba 11s a ginrnntoc
ngilnst diversion by entcitalnnient.
Ho (.in get tho guarantee most nn)
where along the shore except La
l'lcslilcnt Clurenee 11. Cooke of
the Hank of Hawaii Is no more to
lie (nngrntulatcd than tlte people of
Hawaii whu find in this pioniotion
another instance of the Hawaii. bo),
bom and lired, hating "m,ide good '
Investing In the North l'olo gam"
would be quite us sensible as sntue
of the people In Hum all who liac
inaiio their monc) here and aro send
ing It nut lo fatten the financial
wolves, while developing louil en
Congressman 1'rlnce will flnJ
unanimous support In Hawaii for
his pioposltlon to make of this Is
land an lmprcgnablo naval and mill
tar) stiongholil Should Mr Hurt
linldt's prediction como trim and n
i all made for an Iron ltd to protect
us fioni tho bombs of flying ships,
this Tetiltorv will still have tho
ptcfercncc It can bo covered nt
tho leant expense
Why talk about foreign shiris
when tho trnfnr becomes congested?
Are more passengers what tho Amer
ican lines have been pra)lng for,
and nro there not passenger steam
tdilps now on tho l'aclflc coast ntall
utile foi charter? I'tit tho American
tiilps In motion Ute the business
to build up nn American merchant
liiiuluo between this Tenltory nnd
the mainland It In no other placo
Hnvvill'u exhibit at Seattle has
provid be) ond he shadow of a doubt
that It p.i)s for this Territory to be
lepiesented by flrst-clats exhibits
lit (hi) great expositions. Hitherto
nur ropreyntntlon tins been Just suf
ficient to furnish a few prominent
rlttrcns nnd their clerks with freo
tinnsport.ttlon to preside over n
lelntlvily measley exhibit located In
tho multicast corner of nowhere.
Now that tho exposition business has
lieoh done right for 'once, let us con
tinue to follow tliu trail that leads
WHAT OUR SCHOOLS NEED.
Our public schools no doubt Im
iic8stil( tho visiting CongRShincii
Hawaii Is proud of Its schools
Whllo tho Impressions nro fresh In
tho minds of our visitors, tho llulle
1 1 u desires lo call to their attention a
Mil Hint has been beforo every session
-of Congioss for the last live 01 six
jears, seeking I'edi ral appropriation
for tho development of Industrial
training In tho public schools
Tills bill did not originate In Ha
wnll. It iIoch not ropioscnt any oxeep
lions HnwalliwaiitB fioni tliu malnliiiul
TIo hill, fathered If wo rtcall cor
nctly iy a Minnesota CongiesHiinn
applies tcuill the public schools of tho
PtrSliMonln m .Ho
Ter ear, anywhere in US I.oo
Pel Year nrhere In Canada. , I. Ho I
Per Year ioiuld, foteijtn 3oo J
Entered at the Pout office at Honolulu
u srcoml-cUM matter.
SEPTEMBER 15. 1909
Stales ami Territories, ami wo of Ha
wall join In the ream st Unit It pass
because wo can see the ncoil of tlie
on Hi for Industrial, pracllcnl Indus
tilnl trulnliiK Just as noon as a clilld
We can npprcclnte this because ugrb
culture is not ml the foiimlatlon of
alt prnspcrlt In (tin nil but It ftirn
lubes llu tiulv upcnliiK for our pros
cut Ixija a'lil girls ntnl futnro citizens
in ninko f living
Wo want tin so Iojb anil girls to be
educated In Hie schools that agiicitltui
nl labor Is not "lib honorable, but no
want Hit m ko well equipped from the
tor) outset that thev will be able to
make thtlr efforts In agricultural In
Of course our Cotigtcsslonnl frlemls
bne schools In their own cltlis nml
towns Perhaps the) have not looked
them over ns closely as thoso In Ho
olttlti The) know their nun schoolb
are good nnd tnko tho rest for granted
Hut having got n near view of our
situation nml finding first class schools
where some ma) not have expected
them, w,j be,? to request that every
min In tho Congressional delegation
shall work and vote for tho passage
of tho bill that gives Federal endow
meiit for the cstabllshmuit nnd fin
ther development of the Industrial
bianclas In tho public schools of our
HAWAII COUNTY'S DISGRACEFUL
Hver) Hnwallaii-Amerlcan In this
Tenltor) should lnleitst himself In
the roads of the Count) of Hawaii.
And for this reason:
At the present time the roads of
tho Count) of Hnvvall ure u blot en
tho good name of the peoplo who
hold tho majorlt) of voting power
mid thcicfore control tho local gov
ernment of the Islands; thd roads
of the Count) of Hawaii nro an ever
present dlrgrncc and a smirch on
the reputation of the pioplc of that
Count), If the i.ipaclt) of tno peo
ple of tho 'ferritin of Hawaii for
local self government vvire Judged
byAvhat has been dono on the loads
of the Count) of Hawaii, the Count)
with tho laigcst area, Huwallaii
Amerlcins would he itikoned as
low i st In the stale.
Wo (ouBhler Ibis lo he stiltlcluit
reason for the citizens of the wholo
Tcrrltor) as well as tho citizens of
Hawaii County In paitlcular to give
a large portion of their undivided at
tention to the mad destruction audi
tax eating 11111,1 Is going on,
llouds are an evidence of civiliza
tion, (oinnion sense and Intelligence.
Haw nil County is made famous li)
what (t lai.lcs In this Hue, a lid jet
Hawaii Count) has moro resources,
nun e undeveloped teiiltoi), more
possibilities foi growth than an)
other In this group.
Hawaii's County government Is
doing worse tbnn la)lng down on Its
Job. It is absolutely dead to the
world of prognss so fur as Its hlgh
wa)s aro concerned, nnd these arc
lit tho viry foundation of progressive
Kvery chain Is as strong and no
stronger thnn Its weakest link, und
no body of men, no government, can
piotccd more rapidly than tho weak
est nnd slowest section. That Is
why1, wo should, all tnko a hand In
bracing up Hawaii Count),
Congressman McUichlan guo the
people of III lo some of his views, but
thero Is not tho slightest doubt that
ho would have spoken much more
vigorously and more pointedly had
he not been talking In tho capacity
of a guest.
Just as long as the present rond
pollc) of tho County of Huwatltro
Mills, Just so long will aCloud of
doubt bo thrown on tho ability of
tho peoplo of these Islands to govern
themselves, nnd tho ones who will
hnvo to bear tho brunt of tho re
sponsibility aro the Hawaiian-Americans
who have the controlling vote
and therefore elei t tho olllcials and
can command policies of toad build
ing A min who tiavels over tho main
lilgliwa)s of the County of Ilnwall
i an (lnd only enough of hulf-decent
load to icnilnd him that oven In a
iksert tli em Is uu uuaslun.il oasis.
Houses for Rent
Fort St 2B.R.,
709Kinau St 2B.R. ,
Union & Garden Lanc.3 B. R.
Pawaa & Young St.,4B. R..
Elm and Birch Sts .333. R.
Kinau and Alapai Sts 2 B. R.
Waialae Road 2B. R.,
1111 Kinau St. . .3B.R.
1245 Lunalilo St ...3B.R.
725 Kinau St. 3B. R.
Manoa Valley . ...3B. R.
110 Bates St. .2B.R.
Elsie nc & YounRSt4B.R.
128G Bcrctania St .SB. R.
Waikiki (on beach) . .2 B. R.
Waikiki (on beach). .2 B. R.
Magazine & Spencer 2B. R.
Elsie Av, & Young St 3B.R.
Makiki St. ...
1257 Kinau St. .
1475 Thurston .
2039 Nuuanu St.
Not long ago Intelligent citizens
of Hawaii Con lit) sought to move
their lloaid of Supervisors to recog
nize the first principle of road build
ing, mine!), put the loiistructlon
under tho direction of a competent
count) englneei This the Super
visorial majority refused, It should
be noted Hint theio nro a few Intel
ligent SupcrvUois on the Hnvvall
Hoard, but up to the present mo
ment the) are in the minority.
Now, let's sco what' the County of
l.os Angeles, California, Iiob done In
Its roud-bulldlng pollc).
Appreciating tho value of good
roads, I.os Angeles County voted a
bund Issue of three millions of dol
lars for road construction,
lliut founds good to t'be Supervis
ors of JInvvuli Count), doesn't It7
The) would like a bond Issue
Hut follow whnt tho Intelligent
roul builders did. The people of
Ixis Angdes Count) commanded that
the expenditures under this loan
shall bo made untlci the observation
nnd jirneticnl dliedlon of a bod) ,of
fifteen business men, nnd further
more, tho Intelligent pioplo of I.os
Angeles Count) sent lo the I'ederal
Agricultural Department ut Wash:
Ingtnn leqitrstlug that It furnish
them with tho best road engineer
that It could produce to tnko charge
of tho woik
That s what an intelligent, pro
gressive, wlde-nwako, American
Now, let tho Count) Supervisors
of Hawaii measure themselves b)
thntt standard and see where they
Their program as at present eni
rlcd out Is no ueaicr a competent
idenl of road building nnd good pub
lic pulley (ban n pimple on the
nose of tho smallest and larlest Su
pcrvlsoi Is an npprouh to the
grandeur of Mnunn Ki.i.
Wo-iepeut, that over) 'tltlzen of
this Tcrrltor), every Hawaiian
American, cveiy Count) of this 'I er
rltory Is interested In wlmt the Ha
waii Count) Supcivlsqis are not do
ing In their load construction.
Tho other Counties nio progres
sive, It Is mere!) a question ,of
which Is tho bent, Oahu, Kauai or
Hut the people of theso Counties
For sale in College. Hills A ery
desirable home, located near the cat
line, on high ground, commnudinR
a splendid view of Manoa Valley,
Sire of lot 100x150. House consists
of living; room, dining- room, break
fast room, two bedrooms, kiteiicn,
bath, servants' quarters, etc. New.
ly painted inside and out and mod
ern in every particular. Price
S4'5OO,0O, cash or easy payments.
i Cor, Tort and
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel Street comer of the
Younj: Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Use it in
will nnt dare to expand their road
pollc). It will not bo light to allow
tliu Teirllorl.il Legislature to glvo
Counties tliu light to bond for roads
or public 'works so long as Hawaii
Count) shovva that it Is fn tho hands
of Incompetents who appear to bo
devoid of local or personal pride,
and are doing nothing now but turn
oyci to their posterity u record of
wretched fatliuo. ,
It Is Ulna foi the peoplo of Ha
waii Count) to wake up.
It Is I lino for the citizens of tho
whole Territory to ply the lush to
the dligiuttjful laggaids of Hawaii
Count) nnd kick them out It the)
do not wake up.
That tuny sound rough, but It 1
to the point, nud'nrdlnnr) Innguiigo
has been of Utile effect for tho last
three ) nils In Hawaii Count).
THE OLD MELODRAMA.
''I'lido uwii)'" tho vlllilu cried.
And tho perspiintlml nnd tho perovldo
Ciiinu together In tho heroine's hair
And si in faded nvvny right Ihcu ami
Furnished cottages at Fuuahou,
Beietania t. rnd Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
. ' .
in Visiting Cards,
and Reception In
from Copper plates
It. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
MR. MAGDflN WRITES
IMItor i: o it I n b 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n I
klo not oiillunrll) caio to lepl) to
tilings said about tno In Die ncvvspi
pern, but I wish to tnko up a little of
)our npaeo In repl)Iug to (tin Innii
endue nnde h) Mr Hour) Van file
ten that I annexed i.l'M"i -r bin
Uriel!) the Tacts nro Hint Sli, Van
CIokcii hotrnwcil fiom 111) on 111' lllh
da) of November, ISuli, tliu mom v In
question (Jfi.llSo) wltli which to pav
the amount Hint lie had bid for the
propel I) or C II .Ma lie tit 1 1 solo and
tho interest thcicon up lo fi it ! i'o
l.nder the ngreenienl lb it f rlinuld
lave n lUn upon an) mom v tint
might be pild lulu (ourt In Ilia nunc
inatlci bv Mnllu for the icili'imi'lon of
that laial b) him, and for thli amount
Win Olcsen gave mo his pii mlssory
note at S pir cent When thli nioiiev
was pild into court, I wlthdievv It ac
cording to ngiei incut nml with the
l.nuvvledgo of II r. Van Gleseii, and
returned lilm h!j uolu cancelled
Tills Is tho first liitlm'itlnn that 1
have over had that Mr. Van Qtoseii
made any claim to tills money.
I nm Informed tint Mr. Van Olcsen
signed tho deed )esterdiy for which
ho was cited for contempt lor rcfus
Ing to sign
Ah to in) (ontraCjt wli'.i Mr.- Win
Glcscu to ptoseeuto Ills suit I live I up
o tho ory Icttep of It li even re
spect and did not rcfuso to rtpitrcn'
lilm In Wdshlngton, but It was he who
withdrew tho matter from lno for Mi"
lonson, as I believe, that I advise I hPn
Hint ho, In all probiblllty, could not
prevail on appeal to tho United S ales
Supienio Court, nnd 'later tin couit
conllrmed iiij Judgment li) d elding
against Mr. Van Oloseii
I ALI'ltKU MAOOON.
September 14, 1009
WHY HE WAS GLAD.
The hone) moon had begun to
hump tho usual buuips.
"(leorge, dear." queried the bride
of six mouths, "nio ou glad )ou'io
"Sure thing," icplled tleoigc.
"Wh) nio )ou glad?" Bhe asked
"lice itise," ho explained, "It will
prevent me from ninklng any nioio
mlstnkcs of that kind for tho pics
cut." THOSE "ARNOLD" GOODS.
This time it's the "Arnold" Knit
The VC17 best band for baby,
made of wool- or pait silk and part
wool, or all silk, P. ice 40c to $1,15
'II .. "T6-..r
RYAN'S TALK .
' cdiioi i: vtni up infill! tin. if
Congressman Itodo.ibeiK Is (tooled
cunittly III )our Issue u tlio I3lh
lustfli.t, lie Is possessed or Miiiicllllm;
he Is luliullig lo t( II Ho Is qtinli'il ns
sil)lng: ''if lliliiKK l.ee lii'piuiiliig
much inorc I sluil) h-eak loose ' 1 do
nut seo why mi) sitings nio Kept nn
Mi. llndcilbeig Turn 'iliu lonsn by
ill means, Hecidar) (In Held mute
n ollttt itl upcccli nt llouululu on .lu'io
27lli, lIHiS, during his vlilt to Hawaii
ami not a Democrat In th Tcrrltor),
objicted to It, nor was It mmllonnl
by Dctnoerntle speakeiii dining tln
following cmupilgu although Mr. Uiu
field Ktiongly urged everV otic to volo
the Republican ticket lieu H a quo
tatlon fl'oni .Mr, OarflcM p inldioss
"Now If )lm wish to com liliii' 111140
conditions, If )nit wish to niiike'lt lms-
Bible for file UepiosenlutP.p In Con
gress lo understand what )otu- rrmill '
lions nro and act upon lb" ndvlic glv
n If von wish lo havo To'illoilal oil,,
(lids continue of the diss that) )ou
now have, thun hj all iiiv.iiih yoi.
tliniitil desire the,ieturn to lovvei. n
the conttnuatUn In power, ralbei. of
tlio lteptlbliean V.itloual ndp'liiUli.i
tlon ' (Applause )
At tlio eh (lion following K.lll vutr
wcie cast (total voto of thli whoU
Tcrrltor)) and tbree-nftlm of lhein
vveio cist In opposition to .f Oai
field's advice. The Itepiiblle.in Mile
for Delegate lo Congress fell of nli ml
1700 from whnt It was two i.iru ie
Uhis It inav bo .lint Mi Itoilenlioii'
(an do beltir than M (In-lleM lid
and I sn) ' II) all me.in- glv lilm n
chance Don't Jeep lilm boUle.l up
T J KHAN
Honolulu, Sept 14 'OH
IMItor It u 1 1 u 1 1 it While much Is
being done for Jbe l ixir and nifortun
ate In tlio vv-.i) of preiichlug parks
wh) should Kakaiko b imiilo the
iluiuplng gioiiiul of all soils of mils
anc(n" 1 ho conlluuil blasting it frgin
four to live shots at once, ami within
:0 vnrds of fatal)) dwelliiiKs of pom
and friendless nitlvctt Tor Inslsncc
tin iiuthnritles hnvo boen untitled u
week ago that mothers theip uro neie
u a tlfllfXto condition, nl(kl), picvMi
tabes nnd clitltic.ii vei much atino)iil
and dcslro It stopjicd These Inpjti'ie
thihters have hem driven Mi, li up
town, wh)'' don't they go to ho bei cb
Much Is hi lug dono to ariest the lltd
people. Ibis Is one of the Itifiliuu.M
of how much Is being donu foi their
Willi b inks, Hespvcllvelv
.! A I)
J. P. CObXE FOUND '
HAWAII TEATURE OF FAIR,
(Continued from Jase 1) '
son who his a file id appears to ask
him If ho b 1 1 bi"i to Hie pineapple
mom of the lliwailin exhibit. IT
ah) one had asked foi ni) opinion of
the plncnpplo fe.itmo previous to
the opening or the full I should
have sild th I one hundred people a
di) might he pul'down ns meaning
nm (ess 'llieie aie two thnusniid
pioplc a day at the pliu apple tables,
und I think the nllendaiue Is some
thing like tw put) thousand. I don't
believe theio Is another feature of
tlio placo that (oinei an) vvlieici "near
getting that percentage of the
whole, oi if these llguies aie not ex
urtl) correct, ns Inigo a percentage
ns wo are getting. i
"Ihe experience, with thoilncs at
tlio fall has lovnlutlonlzed Hi"
v.holc vlncnpple piogiam to my way
Great Bargains j
Iron Beds j
i Let us show you 25t) i;
I kinds of iron beds at i;
I specially reduced prices i
I during the next few days i
of thinking. Theio will he great
ludlrrit piollt to the ImtiiHtry, but
this litis shown how the goods may
be h milled stitccfsfullv.
"Piom nil 1 could see l)ic fall Is
a gic.it bin test, and Hnvvall has
tiimlcuroi Itself n placo of which wu,
should tilt bo proud. 1 limwindH ato
Intcicsted In its that never Know us
M huv'o heard vci) little ciltlcln'"
and tin) th'ii. Is JtiHtllled Is excusable
on account iif.the fact Hint tliu stair
lias been simply overrun with pio
plo and work. Mr Knudscii, Mi.
Chllds and Ml ConpeV 111" intllleil
to u great deal of credit for what
the) hive done
Seattle Is Great.
'Willi liuprinxcd me netx lo tlio
fnlr and our exhibit wns the won
derful and splendid progicM of Sc
uttle They nre building a gient
and beautiful cllv tin re, and lliev
w'.t) tho) cut down hills and make
Ihe rough plaics smooth Is a won
del. "I "iv us entertained most pleasant
ly h) ai Ions business men of the
It), nml I nm sure thero Is mutual
Uenetll for Honolulu nnd Seattle for
5losei buslnei relations. They nio
in active lot of men up there, tin I
the) wont steamship connection
that gives lis pispcngti service.
' I took Jho mailer up Willi Cap- .
'(In Matron when I i cubed Sail
I'runclKcu, nnd ho bus decided to
give Honolulu n tluco weeks' get
tlio with Seattle, rtinuliig . two
rleamers on regulai scbediilo ns soon
as tho new strainer Wllhelmlna H
put oil the lotitu between this itty
Hid Sin l'rnnclscn Ihls will be a
stirt of a stci(ll) Increasing tnlde,
I believe, nml the ?fatson peoplo will
do evc'Dthlug In their power lo take
(.ire of tho hiislucg ns rapid!) an
Ita) develops nu a larger scale.
' It U some time since I was J
tlio eisl. When i wns there HTe)'
vveio nil pru)lng Hint tome suit of it
Inrlrr bill should bo paslnd, Just so
It was'passed iiffil out of the wn).
I met quite a number of our
Coiigre'clon.il frlimls, nnd they
trentrd nio I with gieat (ourtesy.
People who have been to the Islindi
ni inir guests appeal to lemember
their trip us one (if tho events of llfu
ami me veiy kind In their rcilpio-
"I huven't been home very long,
so I don't know much of locil af
falts As far ns I can see, evci)
thlng sieins to be going nlong verv
OF THE RIOT.
(Continued from -Pane 3)
In be Mg.inU'd us u -dependable wit
ness Scot llle lcpeatcd Ills sloi)
told at tliu first trial, of tho attempt
to Kscuo the .lapancso who twas
placed under uirest, the Inablllt) of
tlio polho to (Ope with tho htindieds
of eni.ignd and ilotous men and the
nttiuk upon the Splllncrs when thev
Innio to tlio nsslstaiKH of the police
offlcir and Mi Seovllle, wlin nctid"
as a special nlllccr iluilug tho courr-e
of the stilke.
l.lghtrnot tiled to show Hint tho
ofllioiB did not mako nn) determined
attempt to loico their wn) hiottgli
tho (loud ami dwelt nt length on
tho fnit Hint none of them weio
biulhcd or stiuck by tho ll)Tn,c
fctoncK Seovllle said tint lie waa
not lujuied, but that his (lutl)cn
were loin and that he would no
doubt havo been i-erlnusly injiiied
hnil the) attempted to thwart tliu
will of the mob by (uuliig n way
tin ough with tho prisoner.
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