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as tgCTtid-tlaaa maitcf.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1909
The world has not yet learned the
lichcs of fruRtthty. Cicero.
Private onteiprlxo Is uiipoetl to
lie nunc products e
l'uw mnii) people must be killed'
or Injured before the nutotnob'lo
Kiorther gets the Icstoh ot Jail, so.
Supervisor CJiilim appeals In
mle of (ivorgo Washington.
Hither Campbell will be forced
cultivate a forgiving spirit.
Now that Mr Irwin Is In com
plete control of Initial ,lt Is to bo
hoped the piediitlon of the Island
being blown to tea will not be ful-illled.
iiovornment guarnnico or ranroau tho demands of the situation. Mcm
bonds Is u program on which llawnlt , JCr8 0f congress may rest assured,
should look with favor provided that how over, that tho government can
In ecr Inslnnco such a guarantee nol s,cmi too much money In Ha
ls niLilcil, and is not a plan to mcro- waII or nn) other Territory or In the
1) increase profits. I States, on experiments that will help
- - ! the agriculturalist or on Individual
Honolulu Is a regular gormund education In the public schools thnt
for prosperity. With tho town full m better equip our jouth to ninko
of people nnd the greatest pros-' ngrlculturo more attractive and
pctts of any city In the' Pacific, our profitable,
people are able to absorb It all audi ! t ,
never Increase n pulse beat. jr,.. tjarthold's rcferenco to tho
" t thnt no unworthy man ccr
Now that tho North Polo has been Uid , ))0sltIoll )f resident ot
captured, Wellman should start his ,ne united States reminds us that
balloon cm n trip to Halle a comet., ,hs tho on)y ,lopo ,)t rcward that
116 went eighteen miles toward tho pro8oct has. While ho Is head
Polo and ought to make at least tli toward the office. nndVften while
tweutj In nn advance on the comet. )le ls there, so much of evil Is said ot
. ; I him or his associates that he might
Only onco in two scars has a Pn-',wc won(ler what manner of raa he
tlllc Mali passenger liner left this ls, Tnen n,lcr u , a ovcr an(1 ,ie
port with every accommodation retrcg ,0 hnte fe nnJ hutoryt
filled. People who sny they couldn't e ,mt ,, on , back d Bay.
get away from tho islands must ..,,, , o,,,),,,;,.,,,,, ,,,, ,mck ot
ii.no au niinucu iur uccuiumuuuuuu
on the same boat.
Since the trulso of eight warships
to this port cost more lives than the
battle of Manila bn, It Is n remind
er thnt battles aro not tho only pine-
es tailing for men In tho service to gress should travel over any part of
fata danger and risk life as a part our common country and find noth
of teb dnj's work. ling to criticise, nothing that seem-
- - - - led out of Joint or guided by n mls-
Picsldent Taft appears to find tnken Ideal, It would bo Indeed re
lnuth that needs reforming along markable.
llnps that Mr. Iloosevclt never call-j rjorsenuently this paper merely
rd to public notice. He can't Btrlko clnm8- (hat wj,atoer note of crltl
n moro popular reform than to fight cismi mivcrBe comment or demand
tor a moro rnpld respouso or justice
to the tall of tho poor man.
Mr. Taft believes In
joung wuulocr happens. To ro-
lcw n parade of school children In
tho morning and sit on tho players'
bench at a ball gaem In tho after
noon proM8 thnt he Is one ot the
bo)s Just us frequently as tho law
Hnwall County bad roads appear
to bo the only bad thing tho Con
gressional Usltors have encountered.
Ihcro is no excuso llriwnll County
rail offer thnt will palliate, tho
nsliitno folly of trjlng to build roads ,
Apparently somo people thpught
that the running down of n carriage
b) a speedy auto was a matter to be
1 ... mi. nf lm nvnra n u .nl.n.lu.
iniss: Tu V,
c Itlzens wlio usually claim that If
It were not for tho newspapers
iwrythlng would be lovely.
One hundred millions was Hani-
nuns share of this worlds BOoa..'round.Bbout of reachlnK tho
o would h.no Rlten every do ar of, , , h , t bo , ,
It for a few moro years of health and ono ()f ,
comfort, bo thcro nro mighty few i , ,, , ...,,. , ,,,
iti is If ill! unnu fiitil tfii mnnii iifffiilrB
- " ,"- "' " " "' ,'
ctiiiiwii iiiuiiK luu puiuwiiy uc uia
"success" h.no aroused much undy
ing bitterness for hi mnnd his kind.
jenrs. The places hnvo furnished a
During three months or more of . veiltablo moving picture of Hawaii,
the winter, magnificent I'uclflc const 'Til0 1)eoplo hae filled In tho toxt
liners nre laid oft the Alaska run 'lt a complete story of Hawaii. We
that has betomo such n popular doubt er) much thnt thore Is any
summer louto Whj is It not possi-. ,,haso or any problem of Island life
bio foi somo of our local liners that to which tho nttentlon ot tho travol
hnvo tho freight to thniter steamers era has not been directed.
ot this tlmniLtcr so that the passen
gers of out rush season may bo prop
el ly accommodated''
"Tho Press, thn Church nnd tho
Public Schools." Thnt Is the ordor
of preccdeiiLO ill which the Uoxer-
nor placed tho great UWIlzlng nnd
Per SI& Motrins 0 .Bo
Per Ynr, njrwheiclnUS I.oo
Pel Year atiynhere In Canada. .. I.Bo
Pel Year lotlptld, loitun 3.ou
AinorlcniilzInK agents ot Hnwall. He
was addressing the Chamber ot Com
merce mid Its Congressional guests.
We hae no doubt that the lnttor
ngrced with Mm, and their opinions
should go far with the others.
It's up to the present American
transportation lines to make some
effort to rbnitcr steamships to take
care ot the additional traffic offer-
I Ing for Hawaii.
The winter tourist business
should bo handled In n manner thnt
will meet nil present demands and
create new business.
The American lines that carry
tho freight of Hawaii should provide
for tho passengers.
No set rule has ct been framed
by which tho land laws of Hawaii
may bo made perfect and meet all
.,.,... ,.. ,,., lo .,, ..,. .
have done well."
-. w - - -- Mr
OUR DEPARTING GUESTS.
If twcnt)-one members of Con
)for tlnnBe thcro may bo lurking
in tho minds of our Congressional
nmotn it fit ot linu Iman it t i nrml In
kecplngctnrcgsnB CWH on tl0 ocn 8tiia-
tlon, Hawaii, taking nil things into
tong,doriltloni ls BU;,jccted to less of
It than ls any other part of tho conn
try ot tho same area with an) thing
like our varied pioblems.
Our Congressional guests lenvo to
morrow. No doubt on their arrival
they encountered many things thnt
grated harshl) on the nerves of an
American, born and bred In com
munities where the Oriental Is un
known, where overy mnn owns ,hls
own home nnd sas "by jour leave"
The atmosphere ot Hnwall Is not
that ot the American mainland.
We might Just ns well admit It.
With an oerwhclming population of
aliens it could not bo otherwise
Hut wiillo tho numbers are alien,
!"! --L- - '"-"'-
forces are American.
It Is to be hoped thnt tho visitors
hnvo seen enough to convince them
thnt the Territory and Its people nre
tnmlflfT In flln .ll.fr .lUandnn
,,,,, .-.. ,.. .. . .!
visitors have seen
more and como In contact with moro
people than tho aerage resident ot
tho Islands sees and encounters In
So wo can afford to lcao tho fate
of the Islands as far as these mem
bers of Congress aro concerned, to
their excellent Judgment.
We all know what ought to bo
llnhn Tho ..rnlilnm la lm... In ilr. If
wiiii mo greatest ueneuis uuu cue
least Injury to the people.
Houses for Rent
Union & Garden Lane,
Pawaa & Young St, .
Elm and Birch St..
Kinau and Alapai Sts
1111 Kinau St
1245 Lunalilo St....
725 Kinau St
110 Bates St. . . . .
Elsie ave & Young St.
1280 Berctama St
Waikikl (on beach)..2B.R.
Waikiki (on beach). .2B.R.
Magazine '& Spencer. 2 B. R .
Elsie Av. & Young St. 3 B. R.
Makiki St 3B.R.
1257 Kinau St 5B.R.
1475 Thurston 4B.R.
2039 Nuuanu St 5B.R.
It the Congressmen and their
wives have enJoed themselves and
learned much they must not teol that
pleasure nnd tho education Is nil on
Congressional visitations aro n
liberal education for tho people of
Hawaii. It ghes the local citizens
a new lew of life and a better Idea
of the average American who Is
guiding the future of the .country.
It relieves the Isolation of Island
surroundings. Contact with the
broadest nnd best types of American
men nnd women removes some of
the Insularities ot our local life.
Everywhere tho Congressmen hae
gone, they hae been cry kind In
their appreciation of what has been
done, and tho courtesies extend
ed to thetn, but they also hao al
ways sounded n strong patriotic note
of Onicrlcnnlsm regardless of their
politic;-.!! differences. Hotter In
struction for tho people of the Is
lands, the )oung unl old, could nut
We beg our guests to realize thnt
the benefits ami education have not
been all on their side, nor tho ap
If tho United States Congress docs
not appropriate one additional do!-
visltntlon. Hawaii will feel that It
has been moro than repaid for the
share it has had In the coming of
the 1009 delegation.
Only ono ndmonltlon can bo ghen
the Congressmen ns they depart:
Como again and stay longer.
II. S. CENSUS
WASHINGTON, D. C, September
1, 1909. Tho furmers ot tho United
States are naturally very much In
terested in the census of agriculture
and farms that will be taken Apt II
15, 1910, as ono of the subjects to
bo covered by tho Thirteenth De
cennial Census. Many tire showing
their Interest by writing to tho Cen
sus llurcnu for the purposo of mak
ing comments upon census informa
tion regarding agrlculturo as pie
sented In the past. Tho Director ot
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the cur
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley,
Size of lot 100x160. Home 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.
Cor, Fort and
I" fit. .V
. 32 50
. 32 50
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER Y0UNQ'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
Anon frm 6 arii
vJJcilto 11.30 p.m.
Use it in
,.,. rnnnu unti-mna nil Blioh miir-
. -,, ivV.Jhem careful con
sideration, hb he Is anxious to have
the results ot the coming census cor
respond ns nearly as may be to the
desires of tho people most interested.
In addition to .studying carefully
theso suggestions, tho Director has
on his own Iniattvo requested cer
tain professors ot economics and
ngilculturo of tho moro Important
universities of the'eountry, nnd oth
er persons who Have specialized In
agricultural matters, to como to
Washington for a Blidrt time for the
purposo of stud Ing carefully and
criticising plans now under way.
Kspccially ls It desired to obtain
their opinion relative to tho ques
tions to bo nsked nnd their form, ns
tho results to be obtained will so
largely depend upon the character
of tho scheduled nnd tho manner In
which tho questions aro propounded.
Thcso suggestions, coining from out
sido experts, nro proving to bo or
great value, and It In belloved that
In consequence' of this preliminary
Furnished cottages at Fuuahou,
Berctania ct. rnd Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
the city. ,
in Visiting Cards,
ments, , Wedding,
and Reception In
lessly .executed ,
from Copper plates
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
study more nlunblc nnd accurate
data will bo obtained than could
otherwise be scturcd. After these
special students nnd experts hno
niailo their piellmlnnry studies, for
mal cunfertnees arc held In tho of
fice In which tho whole matter of
tho character of the schedules nnd
tli o bcbt methods of securing tho In
formation lire thoroughly gtj cner.
The IJcp.ulmcul Is .lira seeking to
secure tho tuhlco nnd cooperation,
as far as possible, of tho nmeprs and
experts of the Department of Agri
culture, of tbo state, agricultural col
leges, farmers' societies and like or
IOWA SENATOR HAILED AS
STANDARD BEARER IN 1912.
i II ccrjijazMs
Hecognlzcd by thousands of his
constituents ns the leader of the
progressive Republican faction in
tho Senate, Senator A. H. Cummins
of Iowa Is being hulled ns tho pobsl-
blo standard bearer of his part In
1912. When the Senator ao ,,(.
bis statement In Chicago prui tic al
ly throwing down tho gauntlet to
tho high tariff foites, ho was tcpoit
ed as Intimating that ho would not
bo nersu to ntceptlng tho nomina
tion for Piostdcnt, nlthougli ho ex
pressed complete tonlldonco in Pres
ident Tnfl's willingness to carry nut
party pledges. Ho declared, how
ever, tlmt taillt would novor ngaln
bo u party issuo, and thnt oery
Stato nnd Cnngrcbslonnl contention
between now npd tho next Itopub-.
iii-uu iiiiiiuiiiii iipivuiiiion wuiiiu nu
nsked to adopt tacit pledges and de
mands for tariff reductions.
COLONEL LYNCH GETS
SEAT IN PARLIAMENT.
Man Who Was Convicted of Trea
son for Aiding Been Again in
LONDON, Septomber 3. Colonol
Arthur I.jncli has been lotuincd to
Parliament unopposed ns a Nation-
Wahl Adding and
Why should you buy an adding
machine when it can be done on
a typewriter, Any typewriter
operator can manipulate it. Drop
in and see it work.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
031 Tort St.
AGENTS TOR THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS.
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
nllst member for West Clnio. Ho
was elected member fur OalaWay In
1001, but ho wus uualilo to tnko his
heat becauso ho was on a holiday
abioud nrtir lighting In tho Hoer
army against the HrltlMi. Ho com
manded u tcctlon of nn lilsh brl
gnde, which foucht on ho llucr
It was announced that If ho set
The Arnold Knit
Diaper is elastic, yield
ing, very absorbent
and washes easily. It
flts snutjty at the
waist and is large and
loomy at the sesjt.
Sizes 18, 20, 22 and
Price $2.75 to $1,00
foot 111 Hngland ftu the puipoo
taking hlo teat in P.iillanitnt
would be unosttd on n 1kii'u
high titasou Colonel l.jni'h w
cd until tho feslhltlcs nttomUng i
coionatlon of King JWwnul wero
their height and then tiosud i
thnnnel tiom Dieppe.
Ho wiiB iiroiiintlv arreted tile
mid sontcnied to ponal foivltiulo f
life, nnd ho bpent four scare In pi
on,. Then ho was icleascd on
censo" and killiscquentlv lecel
tho King's panlon nml jcstmatimi
full tlll lights. ItVrai s.ild at
timo of hla rclcnio that Picsid
Ituosoxclt had Inteicstod himself
I.ynth's behalf', l.jnth went
Trance, wheif until leconlly, ho
been uttlng ns n nowspapor ecu
pondcut. Ho Is nn Australian
Dr. C. A. flruves, founcily "i
tmluent of the Korajdiun toloi
nt Ksttro, I'la . which was fouii
by I)r Crus W. Teod or Obit
has man led Mis Onlwaj, n!to c
iiiGinbcr of 'tho colony W
Tecil'fl bodj did not ilso finni
giae aflor lili death, tbe left
eolou, nnd n lecelvci' will piobi
bo nslctM eonli to wind up tho
iulrs ot the uiluny.
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