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VOL. XI. NO. 4418.
14 PAGES. -HONOLULU TERRITORY 0 HAWAII. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1909. 14 PAGES,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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HARPER'S WEEKLY EDITOR BADLY
New Matson Liner
Lines Carrying Freight Should j
Provide For Passengers
, Newport Newt, Sept. 18, 1909.
'To Cattle & Cooke, Honolulu.
Wllhelmlna successfully launched, eleven o'clock.
TIiIh cablegram, received this morn-
Ing lirlolly IvIIh llin story of tlio new
.Matson Niivlgitlnn Co's liner Unit Is
In bo put nn tlio remto .between this
I flrt and R in Francisco Just its soon
ns tlio llnlnliem cm put lii-r In nhnpo.
Slio was hiunclieil ii inonth or nl
weeks alieud of tlio contract dale, and
although nc?t March In tlio month sol
for her arrival on tlio local run, lfls
nntlclpitytl that tho speed with which
'tin, hull was cci'-tructed will h.dupll-
rntpd'fn tho final equipment.
This stnnmer wns chilstcnctl by
Miss Wllliclmlim Tenrtey In whoso
honor It whs named, The joung lady
left for the east somo time ago, nc
tonipiinled by her father mid mother
The ship Is built wjth a piitlculafralll bo put on tho run between Scat
reg.ud for the ilciuuniU of (ho locil
t raffle. Slio Is n fifteen knot boat with
n lescrui speed, nn nil burnei. and
her schedule, will lie I7I1I go that slio
will an he at her destination on the
illuming of tlio sixth day. One bun
died and llfty passengers may tie ionv
inrtnbly nccoinmndntcd on tho boat
though slio will entry inoro,. Ilie cost
Tnklng ndviintngo of tho ull-dnv
stuy of the Mongolia In pint, Consul
(lonuinl Tlionuis Sainmons'of Seoul,
Korea, this morning slnrtcd on a
(Liupicliouslve tour of the city and
vnlinii, lulling tho Pull, aqinir
iiini, viewing t'cnrl Hiiihor, and
lunching nt tlio Mo.inn Hotel. Tlio
Chamber of Coinmcrco has mado ni
liingemcntH for Its uieinbem to hear
Mr. SammmiB this afternoon, mI
through his courtesy tho following
Miuitntico of his mldrcss has been
taken from his notes. The cultiva
tion of sugar and tho pi ogress of
Choice new materials
' ' Cor Fort
Christened By Miss
Oh Theory That
will ho footworn light luinilrc'il thou-
land mid it million dollars.
One fenturn of tills steamer guar-
nnlooR her success. Tim Wllhc'.mlim
Is Inillt In pay her wny nn freight. If
she curies fow passengers or ninny
Hint will not Interfere with her 0or-
utlon. Her staterooms thercroro hnvo
been planned with a, view to gvlnt
the. host measure of comfort. They
will ho the largest of mi stcnii'em
toiulng-tu Ihls-purU. Tho Wllhelmli'a
will be critntnnmlcd by Cnpt. Peter
Johnson, now on tho Hllonian. r
As soon ns this hont goeB on tho
local run Captain Matson has pi util
ised the people of Seattle that tho F.n
terprlso and another of his stenntcis
tlo and Honolulu. Tho Wllhelmlnu Is
built on tho basis of the freight boat
equipped for pnssengers, and nt tho
iretent tlmo every steamer owned by
tho Mntsnn company, lias provision for
pussengers. As there Is much local
capital In tho company, tho stonmors
that enrry tho freight nre gvln .ac
commodations for passengcis. -
mining and intioductlon of Amerl
tan mnihlncry will form his prlncl
Concerning tho uttlvntlon of su
gar In the Hermit Kingdom, he sn)s:
"A number of foreigners, Includ
ing Americans, have given serious
lonslderutlon to tho question of ilo-
eloping tho sugar Industry In Ko
101. "Korea's total consumption of su
gar In 1907 aggregated only J38G,
702 in value, and, thorefore, Bliouhl
tho sugar producing industry thrive,
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always find satisfac
and Full line of sizes
& Hotel SU.
MYRTLE REWS WIN J
ALL REGATTA RACES
Regatta Day lias been a triumph
for the boatmen wearing the Myrtle
Club colon. The races have been a
clean sweep for the Myrtle Club, -and
in several of the important events
they have won by a big margin.
Nearly all of the races produced ex
citing contests, and the Healanis did,
the best they could to uphold the
colors of their club, It was an ideal
dav for the sport, and the crowd that
viewed the races was as lanre as
that which has turned out at many
of the Regatta Days of the past.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 18. Presi
dent Tatt arrived here at an early
hour this moraine and was break
fasted by the merchants o! the city.
He attended a luncheon at the St.
Paul auditorium and this evehine
he will speak at a banquet to be
given in this city.
BERLIN. Sept. 18. Orville
Wright made a flight here today with
a passenger, and remained in the air
forty-five minutes. This establishes
a ne wrecord for monoplanes. Ost
end Paulhan with his biplane won
the $5,000 prize, withva record of
forty-five and one-fifth miles per
Her gown catching tlio from n
biiiiiII alcohol stove UBed for heating
water, Mis. Helen fjblund, widow of
Cjrus Lclnnd, auditor of the Lake
Shore road, was burned fatally In
Don't Forget that
we secure, pack
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
INSURE YOUR HOME and
EVERY TIMC thc Finn wins
TLB HIX)WS YOU HBAIt TUB EX
CLAMATION, "I WONDEH IF IT'S
NEAR MY TLACET"
LET US SHOW YOU HOW
CHEAPLY YOU CAN 1N8UHE
YOUIt HOMlJ AND PEHSONAL EF
FECTS AND ESCAPE THIS!'
I imitorl ' "ilM
At 12:30 the crowd was very big
and the hnrborwni allvo with boats of
ull descriptions. jThe steamers ami
ships In the docks were packed with
spectators. j I
Tho racu for launches from the war
ihlps may not conto off. It was bii.w
posctl to have bt-jiu the flrst on the
program but was uoslpoued.
The haolo crew of the Ab, canoe
proved tmi good for tho natives anil j
really showed remarkable form. '
Rowing enthusiasts were early ris
ers this morning and the flrst thing
they did was to look out and see
wjjat kind of a day It was going to
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fax up is Near
WASHINGTON; D. CSept. 18.
The collection of the new tonnage
tax will begin on October S.
The tuilff bill passed on July 31
repealed the bo-culled reciprocal
tonnage tax exemption law of 1880.
Vessols enteiing from the Nether
lands, Copenhagen and Dutch Indies
sixty dus after the bill wns'Slgnedr
(' VIA (.ClUfl IVI (Wit tlO II UWI UVIII.I
Euiopeun and Asiatic ports. Ves
sels from Ontario, Colon and Pana
ma and a fqw of the lesser West In
dian Islands will pay two cents.
The general rate on vessels from
Quebec, Drltish Columbia, Novu
Scotia. New ilrunswlck. New Found
hind, Mexico, Central America, Cuba
and thc West Indies Is reduced from
three Vents to twn rents, or ten
cents Instetid of fifteen cents a jeur.
The objectof this pioylsiqn in the
uiu wus, 10 loresiuu h putmuiu loss
oi j.u,uuu oi revenue inroagn me
repeal of Hrltlsli. light dues and a
demand for reciprocal exemption In
tho United States of ships from the
' GRAND OPENING -WAVERLEY
A uulquo Idea of S. K. Naluoa, man
ager otKawalhau Glee Club, will be
carried out tonight at Vayerley Hal!,
corner of Hotel and Detlicl streets,
commencing at 7 o'clock. It Is In the
nature of a nickel dance, which means'
that after paying 10c for admission at
the door each danco will cast Cc. Tlio
miislo will bo furnlBhed by K twulhuu
Glee Club and all whohav t hoard this
excellent orchestra ,wlll eerly antic
ipate dancing to Its rythm, A good
tlmo Is assuted all who attend. ,
Have a better flavor than those from
Our boys Ret there in the short
est noisible inace of time.
be. A high wind was blowing out
Wnlklkl way and a big surf was
tunning. A few scattered rain drops
fell In the early morning
llowover, It would take a hurri
cane to disturb the equanimity of a
Honolulu holiday crowd, anil soon
the cars were filled with a bunch of
people all Intent on having a good
The flrst cars to town bore quite
n number of rowing men and their
frlendi) down Port street to tho ren
detvous of the aquatic sportsmen.
Utter on In the morning the Kapld ,
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MANAKAWAN, N. 3.. Sent. 18.
Col. George Harvey, editor of Harp
er's' Weekly and the North Ameri
can Review, was very seriously in
jured here today bx the automobile
in which he was riding turning- tur
tle. He suffered a broken collar
bone and internal iniuries,
ROCHESTER. Minn., Sept. 18.
Governor Johnson is resting easier
today. He was well enoueh to 'dic
tate a menace of wslcome to Prrii.
dent Taft, who spenfthe day in Min-
neapoiis and St. raul.
(Special Dill Ic tin Wireless) '
Hllo, Sept. 18-County Treasurer
Lalakea tayi he will arrest Drummers
Vroit and Spltzer next week.
Tills announcement Is tho outcome
of the trouble in Hllo oyer tho de
mands o( tho county officials for tho
payment of a license fee by the salcs
inen'of local houses hare' to sell goods
on Hawaii, Tho Merchants' Associa
tion took the matter up, and passed a
resolution denouncing tho attitude oi
the Hawaii olllcluls, and decided they
would not approve paving tho llccnso,
Utlt would lot tho matter comu to a
test case. ,
Intense feeling has been stirred up
between tho authorities over there and
thc merchants hero as the rsuit of tho
first action taken against the sales
iren. It ''appears that Lalakea will
now innko a test case by the arroat of
tho above named salesmen.
Hdllisler Drug Co.
WORD OF PRAISE
Dillingham Says That Resources 01'
' Territory Have Proven Surprise
Finds The American Spirit Is
Supreme In the Islands
"I nm amazed at the evidence of
the material resouues of Hawaii
that were presented to us on even
hand and glad to find that the
American spirit Is everywhere pie-
dominant," said Senator Dillingham Senator Dillingham declined to -of
the United Stntes Immigration 'give hU impiesilnns on tho labor
Commission this morning in din
cussing thc results of thc commls
slons' Invetlgatlon In the Territory
'The data thut wo have collected
wlll go far toward solving many of uiumcidutloui In Cougiexs It will lit
the problems that the United States .based on a uiicful study of tho
Congress Is called upon to consider dntu tint we have obtained here.
In connection with Its problem's of It ! too early to attempt to give our
Immigration," added Senator"1 DM- lnipiesslons mid would hardl e In
llrighnm. "AVe hnvc met with, cor- rood tnste nt thc picsanl time,
tho part bf evcrjonp vho was able tinueJ the Ssnnlor', "wo were stiufcV
to come to n tr aid, and we certainly by what nppcaled to bo mnnj pros
appreciate It. , perou example! of the houiestondlng
"One of the dlUlcultles that con- bvstcm, anil this seems to bo somo
fiont Territorial legislation Is, the tiling that merits thoughtful coustd
Innbllity of gaining n Drst-hnnd elation In tho future." .
knowledge of conditions obtaining In Hcferring to, the labor londltinni
the more i emote corners of the Unit- now exlHllng. Senator Dillingham
cd State During our visit In Ha- slid that tho piivnlllng piedoml-
wall ve have seen tho lev. point
UAANA l Bb
iiauuiia. LavYinaici5 juin in uayciy
With Good Will, and Rake Crisp,
Pointed Statements About Hawaii,
Her People and Industries .
In the Intricate, mazy danco thoy
whirled to tho fascinating rjtlim (if
Hawaiian music, good cheer reigned
the large assemblage at tho Young
roof gulden Inst evening, and Hono
lulu society paid Its farewell re
spects to the visiting Congressmen
mid their families. It was a nota
ble gathering which brought to a
fitting iloso the carefully planned
program which wns carried out al
most to the letter.
From the repicscntuthes an ex
This illustration is one
a tan .Russia, fancy tip
1051 Fort St.
fiotn which our pioplo consider the
ptoblcins of tli"ila, and wo will re
turn to Vns!ililgtonv with n Inltcr
mid fuller idea of tfio needs mid
niobleuis of Hawaii"
conditions In tho Territory.
"Tho members of tho commission
came to Hawaii looking for facts,"
ho said, "and If wo innko nny rec-
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pression of rood feeling for Hawaii
and her peopbi, an encouraging word
for her ludui-tiles, and many prophoV
des for u grc.it futuio horo wcii.
heard In tho following statement),
Itcproentntlvo Siott of Kansis.
"Hawaii Ik making rnpld ttridc.
Your great filluro lies In dlvcrsf
fled ludtihtili. Open up our Inn'to
and get settlers in, Wo have haij
mi excellent time."
Ucpresent.itlve II. Olln Young ov
tuoniinuea.on rage 3)
Rice & Hutchins
World Famed ,
of them called the TOM SMART
Oxford. Come nnd look this
Shoe Co., Ltd., '
. Telephone '361.
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