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EVENINO DULLETIN, H0N0UJL1i!"r.,' II., SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1000
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday, Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
Wallace R. Farrlngtort, - Editor
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Be good, sweet maid, and let who
.will be clever J '
Do troWc things, not dream them, all
.day long; I
And make life, death and that vast
One grand sweet song.
Aloha ngaln. Congressmen and
jilur ilves. Aloha mil loa.
Cuu It bo that Governor Jclinson b
life Is to be snuffed out by one of
those simple operations?
Hawaii has been Investigated
ngnln. Each' tlmo It comes out of
tlio conuco with a better reputation.)
ilii a. i -
.Our Cbngrcsslonnl friends won't
know ..Honolulu when they return.
to years honceT It' will grow so rap-Iil-
fl)on't forget that Representative
PSSvson Is on record '"as de.c)nrlng
llftwall to be "the greatest clluntlc
nrftl scenic wonder of the world."
iasebnll crowds of the mainland
nrj beginning to roll' up record Us
urps for the close of u season of the
nujst hotly contested games In the
h Story of the game.
flake no mistake. American
stjjpimshlp lines carrying the freight
shmld 'prmldc tor the Increasing
pnyscnger trnfflc offering for the
iJpiIng winter season.
llf one boat club continues to win,
lrtrrn wilt tin ilnnrror nt Inferos! In
boat races falling to the condition
of local "big league" baseball, where
the excellence of ono team killed the
Every man who makes his1 money
In Hawaii Is merely doing his duty
when ho spends It hero for the fur
ther development of tho land and
tlio, people that havo mado his pros
Admiral Ilcrcsford's speech dcltv-
nriil In It r til I ml iiia omiMila 1 1 r n n
vivii in uiu (iftiJiiso duuiiuo unv u
warning to the descendants of tho
Pilgrims that tho tlmo may come
when their aid will bo needed by
tlm laud of their fathers.
"How did )ou find out about It?"
Why should a. police officer put such
u i'uury to a reporter seeking further
details of the automobile accident Iu
which tho llfo of thn Japaneto Con-
mis all but sacrificed?
Herd's to Uio Wllhclmlnn. . May
shV ho the first of n great fleet of
Ktc.uncis that will give Hawaii, pas
scngcrvaccommodntlnns ns well ns
carry n shar'o of its freights valued
at. more thuu sixty millions of dol
lars. Don't form an Idea that Honolulu
, wl)l seem slow after the i departure
of; nil theso guests and warships.
Tllcfo are moro peoplo coming on
cvlry Bteumcr und tho work carried
' on) by tho army and navy will mako
Honolulu hum for josrs to come.
everywhere havo tho members of
, the National Congress been, Impress-
cdl'wlth the. great future 'pt Hawaii
liiigcncrnl and Honolulu In particu
lar. Yet somo of our own dear peo-
pit are holding themselves dawn
hard for fear Honolulu will' havo a
Jf thero Is nothing intho law to
' prevent n repetition of the accident
In 'which the Jnpaese Consul wag all
1.,.S I'lltml II la nl.Mi.t rlma fi, 1 1 n
muv llllivvi, 1 is ..uwuw miiu w. ...,.
Minnnln In tnlfn n linnil nnd Invent. I
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means by which human, lUo will bo(allsm Intensified, but tho Hullo
reasonably safo 011' roads that tho 1 1 11 falls to see tho dlffcienco bo-
Steamship lines that havo tho
' f 1 eight of this port should not fall
, to make good iu carrying the pas-
v.scngerB of tho "rush Beason" even
If'thej havo to mako special char-
. tefs to do tho business. They havo
iiiot hosltotod to charter freight
Ivvntcainors when nddltlonul
:w.h - -' - ",
'Chairman Lewis of the Hoard of
Hawaii. County Supervisors told tho
j1.......nn.nn llmai a j.a- liimii (111
tConcressmen they were hero t
iMfn four wants. Tho first rattlo
iput'bfjtliatuox was u richly dcservcil
rerSliMoutn a ,fto
Ter Vear, anywhere in US I.x
Per Year auynhere In Canada... I. Bo
Per Year (oitjald, foieixn 3.00
Entered at the Po9toff.ce at Honolulu
u tecond-tlasi m titer.
SEPTEMBER 18, 1909
roads for which Mr. Lewis Is one of
the sponsors. Supervisors of 11m
wall County may rest nssured that
their roads and their nu-cnglneer
policy cast the only serious doubt In
the minds of the Congressmen as to
the capacity of Hawaiian-Americans
for self government.
Ileforo making up our mind on
the relief that will be glcn Hono
lulu by suspension of the coastwise
shipping laws, be sure that you ob-
tain from the foreign Bteamshlp lines
a statement of how many berths
they will guarantee to Honolulu
passengers (hiring the rush season,
The upshot will be the discovery
Hint during the tourist season for-
clgn etenmers nrc filled Just as full
as the protected American boats. It
Is the local Bteamshlp, larger' and
better, carrying passengers as well
as Height, that will solve Honolu
Members of the Immigration Com
mission have seen almost as much of
the Territory of Hawaii as the visit
ing Congressmen, and we aro quite
sure they have gone more deeply Into
the Btntus of labor and material iu-,
nnuices ns shown by physical condl
.li ns and the statistics. That Is
Uielr particular business.
It must bo apparent to these gen
tlemen thnt this Territory needs n
leaven of European and American
They can also see for themselves
,hnt tllcse Islands aro the farthest
uisiuui irum European centers irom
which American citizenship has been'
recruited of any land under the flag.
Experience nnd common seme
teaches 'hat the character of the
population will bo established by
the Immigrant, and tlio American
farmer haB such excellent opportuni
ties on the m (Inland that the prob
abilities of his coming to Hawaii to
till tlio soil with his own hands aro
very remote. The American farmer
can work here, but he won't. Thnt's
ie long nnd tho short of.lt,
Since public policy demands that
an offset to our overwhelming Orl
entnllsni shall bo secured, It Is obvi
ous that Hawaii must turn to Eiiropo
for the hands to till tho boll, dig
tho dirt, do the hard, manual toll of
established nnd developing Industry.
All tho money necessary to ob
tain tho Europeans, tlio leaders of
tho main Industry are willing to ad
vance with no other claim on tho
immigrant whom tho Territory may
solicit than thnt ho como hero nnd
establish his home where best Butts
his pleasure. It Is not true thnt thq
peoplo brought hero under tho Eu
ropean Immigration enterprise nro
In any sense bound to tho great su
gar corporations. They nro offered
homes nnd land, and un opportunity
to work nt good wages. They may
go when they choose, but tho dls
tnnco Is so great thntthey cannot
como without assistance.
As to the establishment of tho
Immigrant In Independent homes,
tho Knlahco homesteads In tho vi
cinity of Mcllryde plantation on tho
Island of Knual are proving a suc
cess nnd a solution. Hero citizens
and those eligible to become citi
zens have taken up land, In small
areas to bo sure, but sufficiently
largo to establish a home. Tho
near-by plantations furnish n mar
kot for their labor .while the home Is
being developed. Tho plantation
thus has a supply of labor and tho
workman has tho foundation of a com
I liotellcn 11 Mil lllilntiptlilnnpn
SoilieOtln has said that this Is feml
tween this nnd the enterprise that
furnishes a man with work and nn
oppoitunlty to get n stait In homo
Without tho support of established
Industry tho man on tho small,
homestead or double the amount of
land lould not make a living, Tho
Immigrant homestead nronosltlon is
co-operatlvo and tho basis of tho
light sort of development.
The same plan, may be seen work
ing out In tho Ahuitloa homesteads
of llouokua, Hawaii, Them the
1 1 1 itii uu t ttn il 11 f a lint',. Inpnni. riHnnn ndil
homesteaders havo larger areas, and
quite a few aro planting sugar cane
wlilcli they sell to tho plantations
Houses for Rent
Fort St 2B.R..$ 8.00
Kaimuki 1B.R.. 12.00
709 Kinau St. ...... .2 B. R. . 17.00
Union & Garden Lane.3 B. R. . 18.00
Pawaa & Young St..4B.R.. 25.00
Elm and Birch Sts..3B.R.. 25.00
Kinau and Alapai Sts.2B.,R. . 28.25
Waialae Road 2B.R.. 30.00.,'
1111 Kinau St 3B.R.. 32.50'
1245 Lunalilo St....3B.R. . 32.50
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Manoa Valley 3B.R.. 35.00
110 Bates St 2B.R.. 35.00
Elsie ave & Young St.4 B. R. . 40.00
1280 Beretania St...5B.R.. 40.00
Waikiki (on beach)
Waikiki (on beach)
Magazine & Spcnccr.2B. R
Elsie Av. & Young St. 3 B.R
1257 Kinau St. . .
1475 Thurston ..
2039 Nuuanu St..
gardens, but they gain their main
sustennnco from tho sugar planta
tions, nnd thox nro In turn a benefit
to tho plantation property. They
mako up a population of workers.
Immigration to theso Islands In
the past has developed largo land
owning corporations whoso field nu I
mechanical labor has been dono by
a transient alien population. What
we need now is n population that
will do the work, that Industry may
not languish,, and also become perma
How far the minor Industries of
the Territory nro dependent on tho
laborers coming hero as u result of
tho development of sugar production
Is shown by the fuct that tho great
majority of tho woikmennow em
ployed in tho diversified Industries
camo hero originally by reason of
the oimortunltv offered them to se
cure wnges on the sugar iduntntlons.
That these laborers have not been
downtrodden, or degraded by, their
Hurioundlngs 1j- Ihuc demonstrated
by tho speed with which they hnp
become independent of the sugar
plantations nnd stinted out in other
Every Immigration movement for
tho better' development of Hawaii
must hnve the co-operation nnd sup
port of tho Industry thnt Is tho
basis of all prosperity and tho only
Industry of the Islands able to stand
It Is good public policy for the
Nation to so shnpo Its laws and regu
lations bearing on Immigration for
this Territory as to uso tho main In
dustry In developing a larger citizen
population. This should bo dono
rather than adopt u piogrum thnt
will crush out tho principal Indus
try, .holding to theories regarding
tho coming of tho Amcilcun farmer
that do not work out.
Wft.sny they do not work out, bo-
cause as ono instanco In point, the
pineapple Industry, heralded ns tho
industry of the Amcilcnn farmer
nnd admittedly giving opportunity
for American fnrincis, Is today clu
ing moro Jnpnncso than American
furniei a or citizen labor of any
Given tho right opportunity to
bring European Immigrants to thn
Islands, tho, labor of Hawaii's In
dustries would be put In tho hands
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
$4500.00, cash or easy payments.
.5 B.R.. 100.00
will please note that
'THE ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel" Street''1 corner of the
Young Hoel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
b , , H . i
i Mtff il. Ill
Use tit. in i
YOUR BUSINESS. .-
1 1. 1
of people who may become, who
hopo ito' become, nnd vrho will be
come, citizens of jtlia United , Spates.
And Hawaii's,. fireat practical ,peed
today Is citizens of the United
Stati-s who wjrkfor, ft living.
Asa Allen, a farmer living near
TrnverKO city, JJIcii?, discharged his
cousin, 'William Ivrrickcrbockiri "o"1
soon lifterwnrd ivjltvlng, his 18-ycar-old
brldo of 2lx Kionths, found her
walking nway ,wltli tho dlsmlskcd
farm hand. Allen shot Knicker
bocker In tlio .ucqk, but tho If tlm,
who will probably, die, refuses to cu
ter 11 complaint against the hus
band. Cnpt. J. T. Cuaec, civil war veter
an, who Invented 11 hoop skirt forty
caiK ago, Is tliuJmeiHor of an air
tlilp, for which ho has obtained a
A male chorus of fifty voices from
Ohio won Hio mo prUo from threo
other choiuscs at jtho Alnskn-Yukon-raclllo
Furnished cottages at Punahou,
Beretania ?t, fnd Wailtiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
in Visiting Cards.
and Reception In
from Copper plates
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
SUNDAY SERVICES :
Tho Klist Methodist Episcopal
church, corner llcrotunlu avenue nnd
Miller street. John T. Jones, pastor.
Sundny school, 10 n. in. Mr, Arthur
Kobbluii, superintendent. Morning
worship, it ii. in. Sermon by tho
pastor; subject, "I'rogresshe Kojl
glon." Epwurth League, 6J30 p'. til.
l.'.xtti I.. ., ri.Dlil.i 7 ' n tt til t MiIq
.4. ..-..lilt, nu,ni., ....v . .... ..v -
hour nn Army and Nnvy I'lalform
Meeting will bo held, Tho boys of
the Army nndNnvy will havo entire
chnrgo of the serWce. Several Chris
tian young men of tho Navy will
mako brief addiesscs, the congrega
tional singing will bo led by one of
Undo Sam's boys, mid solos,' duets,
and quartets will bo hung ,by sol
diers und scnmuii. A very largo, at
tendance of the men of the Army
und Nnvy nro expected. Tho citizens
of Honolulu kJiould cheer th boys
on In their good work by being pro
sent. All ore most cordially' liivlteil.
Tho' Union Illblo class which has
been meeting alternately at tbp'Flret
Methodist Episcopal church and tho'
Christian church, has changed, their
place of meeting to the resldchco -ot
Mrs. Weedon, 1707 lllnghnm 'street.
All mcmbeis ot tho class aro urged
to bo present next Monday evening.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tho
I'liBt Methodist Episcopal church
was entertained Tuesday afternoon,
by Mrs. J. W. Wndninn, nt her homo
In Manoa Valley. Tho following ofll
cere wero elected: President, MrH. J.
A. I.yle, VIco President, Mrs. John
AlcTuggnrt, Second VICo President,
Mrs. Robert llenirosu; Secretary, Mis.
Anna Coynoj Ticusurcr, Mrs. H. C.
Ccntinl Union Chinch. Sunday,
Sept 19. :C0 Illblo Sohool. 11:0')
Morning Woishlp. Senium hy tho
Minister, "Piomlses. 2:30 ChilsUnii
Kndeavor at l.cnlil Homo. li:3o
Cliilstl.in Hndeavor Meellng; "Vu.li
Ity Knlr" In Pilgrim's 1'iogrcss S
ilcs. Tho Misses lleitz lenders. 7:30
Kientng Service. Seiniondiy the Min
ister, "Why Did Jesus DloJ" A cor
dlal Invitation Is oxtomicd to all l
sltois In t'ho city, to the toldlers nnd
marines, und to tho gcncinl public
to at lend theso sen Ices at Ceulr.il
SAMM0NS ON KOREA.
(Continued from Vast 1)
as Isexpected, tho country will be
come on cxpoiter ot sugar.
"Tho chief experimental woik In
tho cultivation of beet toots has
been an led on nt tho Korean gov
ernment model farm at Suwoii, near
Seoul, which tho Ja'pnncso piotcc-
toiato has established, The results
(btnlncd at thl8vstatlon wllhi thero
foi e, Indlcnto tho possibilities of
sugar pinductlon In Koiea. Theso
public experiments, however, con
firm fulvnto experiments nnd careful
ohsoivutlons oil tending to demon
strate that In 'Korea, where ilco
POLICE MAY HAVE.
Should tho plans- submitted by
Chiis. It. Krarlcr bo adopted by tlio
Hoard of Supervisors, the iiiembcrH of
the police force will havo nuw badges.
In a letter to tho rioard of Suprnls
ots, which was road nt tho Hireling
last night, Mr. Prnzlcr Mated that he
would furnish 13il badges for llm
amount of I1U.1.30, Tho proposition
was rcfciied to the I'ollcu Committee
A resolution calling fur special nv
proprlatlou of $250 was read and up
prmctl. Tho amount Is needed to cov
cr tho cost of fixing the sewer di.ilna
at tho Central (Irainmar School, which
liro had);- In need of repairs, Another
nppropilntloti for tho sun of SimiO in
cocr tho advertising ixpcu'cs fo'
.tho period ending December 31, U09,
'was also passed by tho Hoard.
In his leport to tho Uoaid, Trcasii''
cy Tirnt staled that the irrelpti for
tho month or August wcie ;i!i2."..-r..37
mid tho total disbursements ?r.'J.S72.!i."i,
leaving a balar.tvo of cnsli on hand if
Tho Hoard will meet ugaln nett
Tuesday evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tho barkentlncf lrmgaid arrived
this moruliig from Snn Kr.uichco rtffr
a vojago of. sixteen nnd a half d9
Just In tlmo to tic up to tho Channel
wharf and net ns the gramlMuiid f--tho"
Three passengers, Miss Josephine
Waltz. Mrs. J. Allison nnd MImi Nell!'
Iloffsmltz, nrrlicd on her and slio cir-
rled 900 tons of general cargo. Tho
weather out of S.in Tranclsco was
light but tho Inst two dayB Mio exper
ienced heaVy miilhoafit trades.- Thn
Journey up the channel la"bt night was
particularly nasty. Captain Christian
son remarked favorably on tho row
MoIok.il light, whosu unvarjlng Hash
lug and brilliance was n great nld to
lilm. Tho Mnkapuu light, ho tntos,
will' bo tho greatest benefit to marlli
era negotiating tho channel.
BULLETIN ADR PAY
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
uiislng Is at piescnl tlio tiller ngrt-
cultiiinl ludustiy, tho cultivation of
Bugar heels will piovo highly pioflt-
VTho Korean govpriimont and .Inn-
- ' nncso Hesldency (Jeiieinl nutliorltlcs
hoo rendered every wislstnute Tn
obtaining nuthonllc data on this
C'oncornlug mining, Mr Snmmons
says that tho Inauguration of a vig
oi uus mining movement, principally
The Arnold Knit
Dtapet is elastic, yield
ing, very absorbent
and washes easily. It
fits sntiRly at the
waist and is lartce nnd
rcomy nt the scat.
Sizes 18, 20, S2 and J
24 inches. I
' reitiMim turn tho Turkish mliihi
Price ?2,i5 to '4.00 tor oC-niiauco will negotiate with the
A PHYSICAL WRECK
U a.j. ,s.t
JWOv . v MVn
8ma& tif tsl
r--;,gTA,niiTK TAjt JT.'.
"WjXVtML 7J. Ti-ff
m ;'j(W- t T Tr". .
MB. HEMEOT. JEAN. (V
k KakBt3kM-ar JTAMm 4in 1
A Resident of Ottawa
Finds Relief in Pc-m-na.
Mlt. lU'.K ST. .ir.AN, 210 SI. Pat
rick street, Oltawn, Out., Can.,
"1 believed a jear ago that 1 could
atand'nny thing. I worked hanUVcpt
Irn.r'iilnr hours, nnd did not mlml'tlAi
loof afpw meals, but ill SIX u-cks r
had changed to n ph) slral wrtcK.
'I'.lght bottles of l'truui broustit
back my strength."
Mr. A. O. Harding, 813 . llilHt., New
York Oily, formerly 0110 of the leading
druggbls of l'rctcott, Ont., has lcen
prcented with a twcntyllvo V.ir
Medal of Honor in Odd 1'cllowihlp. llo
writes as follows:
"liver since 1 havo been handling
Poruna, I have had a flno trade. Onro
n family buyB a bottle, I am Mire of soil
ing them 119re, and it ;iccr fatU ti
brlng additional cnalAniors. '
"1 havo nothing better for catarrh In
nil of Its various forms. As a house
hold rejfieiiy It li wltjiout ckimpm',
splendid for mothers nnd excellent for
Tim following wholesalo druggllt
v.lll supijlytlie rptall train:
ilemion. Smith & Co., Honolulu,
on tho pnit of Amcrlcais, will situ V
.tluit.KoWn iiftdftHtcs '.infrioiul wcjil'li
or gicat Miluc.
"1'or oor ten eni(i u single giouii
of mines, the lint lo bo, operated III
tho Kingdom lr iinelgunia lAmcsiI-
uin-Oilental t'oiihollduied Mlnlnr:
Cnnnmnj), hns produced nppioxl-
in.iioly $12,1100,000 In gold bullion.
"J'ho ilavcUplm; ot mining nnd
tho iiiuny new (1U i lets thul'wll! lm
exploited, nearly all by Airir,rlcaiii,
will nffoid u big maikot for mli)luK
inaehlptry. Tho Jupunoio piolec
loiiite hiia practically disponed of nil
cxiort duties on mlyo pioducts mi
well nn leuioilng Import duty on
supplies used In the operation of
Mr. Gammons' npW tncludo vol
uminous data con'fernlng ngrlcul
tuiap possibilities nnd pioducllons.
and tho chances for iuerlcin capi
tal 'lnvcFlnicnM, In'- the Klngiltun
which hiia earned for itself iu the
.past the nauie of a. Nation Of Her-
.V Constantinople, correspondent
liowoi? enne orninc un incieajo from
11 lo H per i'nt Iu Turkish Im
port iVit. ,Tm (Mtlituited nddlT
Ihm in lli hicum U'J,oao.OCOi'ui-