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Evasions are the common shelter
of; the hard-hearted, the false and
impotent when called unon to as
sist; the really great alone plan in
stantaneous heh, even when .their
loblft of words presage difficulties.
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'It memory serves correctly some-
oocv.bejirlnK the namo Scott had
been connected-with some Kona law-
ult Blrfco Towser.wns a pup.
"ril's",uiCto"tho American steamship
HneS, carrying Hawaii's freight to
provide for the passengers. That
IS whit1 they are protected for.
Add,' 200,000 population for Ho
noluU' to, the 1,00,000 tourists and,
100,000 European Immigrants that
are now beginning U come this way.'
What do wo expect? Merely that
the stcninsli i companies and the
people giving them business will
attach as much Importance to paa-j
sengers as to rreignisi
.avuuui iuu aee u cverywuerc i (
the progress of Federal public works.
It will keep civilians wide awake in;
carrying 'forward the .development,
of ,0)0. city at the pace set by Undo
Samuel. ' -
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' Sugar has gone qulte'high enough.
IfanV fantastic xoarlng is done,
European farmers will start. In wltn
lsVfeV spring p'linllngs that will as
sist in 'pulling down the prlco of
riWSt Be satisfied.
Speed ordinances made for auto
mobiles appear to have the least In
fluence on those supposed to be con
trolled. , Will, they play the folly of
going, the pace tllj some first citizen
lands In Jail 'for manslaughter?
Conservation, of natural resources
Is a matter of personal Interest to
every .man, woman and child expect
ing to make a .permanent homo in
Hawaii, and particularly Honolulu
with Its future 2001000 population.
flour and cannod 'fruits are nrom-
ised at lower rrl4es this season. This
mky make up for what the con
sumer' didn't win in the great Con
grtSsIOttal gamble, of revising the
tSr(rf, downward so no one can no.
. One of the most exciting finishes
of $ baseball year Is being made
b'etw'een' the Philadelphia and De
, troll, teams of tho American League.
THroiigh' tlie enterprise of the U u I -1
et.t'j it the baseball fans of Hono
lulu1' are -Included In the' hundreds of
thousands following .the results at
the -close of the day.
' Hawaii Count it SuDervlsors should
not waste lime trying to excuse the
miserable roads under their Jurisdic
tion. Tnose roads are a blot on the
g6b'd name of this Territory, and tho
first thing Hawaii County Supcrvls
ora .should do Is to recognize the fact
that they can't build roads without
the. guidance of .a trained onglnrer.
the present policy Is worse than a
What Is to nrevent the American
freight lines chartering a steamship
tnst will also carry passengers, In
6Vd6rtd take care ..of the Increased
traffic? , .They chartered freight
steamers to ' carry the additional
freight 'offering, rmd It would seem
reasonable, that humanity Is en
titled to as much consideration as
sugar, lumber, fruit, hogs, horses,
tnuies ana catiio.
"The special value of newspaper
or, magazines, as .media for adver
(tlseraents consists of what may be
termed their Intimacy with tne pub
lic," ' The dally newspaper Is not re-
cardfd as, a luxury, but as a necessi
ty 'or "every actlva minded man,
thkni the .richest' to' the poorest.
Everybody wants .to. know tho nows
oPthe1 day, and ,tbe reading of the
erenlnr paper is as much a part of
the' BUslhe'ss of, the, day as the meals.
In these times, Indeed, our American
, newspapers faithfully , reflect the
ttiQugnt and mental 'outlook of, the
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tiablfe medium for advertisements on
aCootibt of ' the 'great confidence
rtSUMoutiu ...0) .So
Far Yr, rWn la VS. ...... t.oa
Pel Tear nj-hrt In Cauda... I. So
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farterttl it tht Portomce ftt llonolnli
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.SEPTEMBER 21, 1909
which the masses hnvo In them.'
The Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is not
only the evening newspaper of Ho-
nolulu, but It covers the field of alt
Hawaii more thoroughly than any
other paper published In tho Ter
ritory. More than ninety per cent of tho
strikebreakers on Honolulu planta
tlon come under the head of citizen
labor. When this proposition pre
vails In the ranks of all labor on all
plantations Hawall.'s general pros
porlty will furnish a world record
Some San Francisco reporter has
discovered that tnc new steamer to
be put on this route by the Amcrl
can-Hawaiian line Is to be equipped
to carry two hundred passengers
This would be good news, Indeed, If
It were true. And it would show a
reciprocal tendency on the part of
the American steampshlp company
that carries the major part of the
freights of this Territory If It
were true. The official Information
given Honolulu Is that this new
steamship Is to liave accommodations
for forty passengers, and Honolulu
In the esteem of the New York man
agers Is supposed to bo lucky. In hav
ing the capacity increased from
twenty to forty.
Many of our thoughtless and mis
guided citizens responded to the an
nouncement that the .Matson Navi
gation Company would build a new
million dollar steamer accommodat
Ing one hundred and fifty passes
gers by calling for the suspension of
the coastwise shipping laws. That
showed how much some people ap
predate recognition of their needs.
Hut the coastwise shipping laws will
not bo suspended whllo the policy of
protection prevails In the United
States, so, 'the misguided ones will
show good sense by Joining the peo
ple calling, .for the construction of
another Wllhelmlna to carry tho
Increasing freight and passenger of
ferings between Honolulu and tho
Conservation of our natural re
sources Is moro than a hobby. The
future growth of Honolulu Is a
reality of which tho present develop
ment Is merely an Inkling.
Our men and women, therefore,
who are Interesting themselves In
the conservation movement are tak
ing up a line of study and work
that is Intensely practical.
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n would suggest
that all thoso able to attend the
meeting to be held Wednesday after
noon In the rooms of the Commer
cial Club should do so. Those who
don't know what conservation means
ought to learn. Those having made
the start should not fall to keep up
the good work.
There Is something inexpressibly
sad In tho death of Governor John
son of Minnesota. Here was a man
cut down In the prime of life after
having risen from a boyhood of pov
erty to the highest position his fel
low citizens of the Stato could give
Johnson's start in life was that
which falls In the way of a boy
with a drunken and disreputable
father and a hard-working mother
who took In washing to provide for
eth homo a boy who knew what
it was to bo In tho shadow of the
Governor Johnson was therefore
very much of what we love to term
tho typical American, In the sense
of having conquered the handicap of
his lowly surroundings, and by
sterling character and hard, untir
ing work forged his way to the front.
It will be remembered that tho slur
concerning Ills lowly origin thrown
out by political opponents was what
first elected Johnson to the tiover
ship. He was the Democratic candi
date In nn overwhelmingly Republi
can State, His opponents, as a fin
ishing touch, made mu'ch of the fact
that Candidate Johnson's father died
In tho poor house and his mother
Houses for Rent
Fort St 2B.
Union A Garden Lane.3 B.
Pawaa & Young St..4B.
Ehn and Birch Sts..3B.
Xinau and Alapai Sts.2 B,
Waialae Road ....... 2B.
11H Xinau St 3B.
124S LunalUo St....3B.
725Kinau St 3B.
Manoa Valley 3B.
110 Bates St 2B.
Elsie ave & Young St.4 B.
1286 Beretanla St...5B.
Waikiki (on beach) . .2 B. R.
Magatine & Spencer. 2 B. R.
Elsie Av. & Young St. 3 B. R.
1257 Xinau St. .
1475 Thurston .
2039 Nnuanu St..
took In washing. That dirty slap of
a crew, as contemptible as. that
which Hawaii has had to deal with
from time to time, aroused the true'
American spirit of Minnesota voters.
They elected Johnson to show what
the People thought of tho poor boy
who had made his way against ter
Then Johnson demonstrated of
what stuff he was made. Carried
Into office as the representative of a
principle thnt found no expression
in a party platform, unless It be tho
phrase "speclnl privileges to none
and equal rights to nil," Governor
Johnson raado good. His record as
Governor resulted In his re-election
to a Becond and a third term. Ho
was In line for tho Presidential can
didacy as surcfy as human plans can
put a man there.
Hut an Inscrutable Providence has
ended It all, far short. It seems, of
the great measure 'of usefulness to
which tho man and humanity wero
We have to recall, however, that
Governor Johnson's career Is ono
that will long be remembered. His
official record has been ono of great
service to his fellow countrymen,
and his rise from the least to the
greatest prospects will ever remain
an Inspiration to our youth nnd a i
reminder that the old style of Amor.
Icanlsm Is not passed from our dally
From a political standpoint, the
death of Governor Johnson calls to
mind the passing of Governor Wil
liam Russell of Massachusetts, a
brilliant young man from whom tho
country had received much and had
reason to expect mare. It seems as
If the Democracy were followed by
tho most unkind fate.
UAKAWELI IS TO
'Continued from Faoa t)
Onomea sold, at 61.7S and Is hold
at S2.G0. Honolulu Rapid Transit
common made Its first appearanco
this morning for a long time, and
the price at which it Bold proves
that It has been quietly increasing
In value. A small block sold on tho
board for 90, the last previous salo
being 80, Hawaiian Pineapple sold
For sale in College Hills A very
desirable home, located near the car
line, on high ground, commanding
a splendid view of Manoa Valley,
Siae 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
HBOO.OO, cash or easy payments,
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets, 1 j j ?'.
HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, 8KPT.
will please note that
'THE, ALEXANDER YOUNG'
Hotel Street corner of the
Young Hotel Building.
From 6 a.m.
to 11.30 p.m.
Use it in
In two lilockB at 28, and Ilrewcry
wns represented by n sale at twenty-
three and a fraction.
Wnlalua Is still a stock to con
Jura with. Sales wero reported at
110.50, and buying orders are gen
eral at 116. Hut the people antici
pating tho extra dividends and the
advance' to 120 are smiling at the
quotation on tho Stock Exchange- of
117.no usked. Oahu Is selling at 32.
Trading as n rule Is dull, because
tho crowd believes that tho majority
feel thnt the majority of the stocks
have rcache tithe limit of reasonable
prices. Soon thcro will be a start In
the cheaper stocks. It Is Inevitable.
Tho color lino was obliterated nt
tho stato convention of Snansh Wu
( Veterans at Pasadena, Cal., when
negro delegate said the black man's
right to carry a musket bcsldo tho
white gave him tho prlvllcgo of
com rod ship.
The government Is to pay $200 a
month for a farm of 100 acres near
College Park, Md., to bo used for an
aerial experiment station.
Furnished cottages at Punahou,
Beretania t, rnd Waikiki Beach.
Unfurnished homes in all sections of
TO RACE SENIORS
Same Crews as on Regatta Day Will
Row Acalnst One Another,
Ah thcro 3cctns considerable doubt
ax to whether the Myrtlo Seniors nro
better than the ItchIiiiicii, It hns been
decided to have a rnco next Saturday
to decide thu matter.
The same crews that rowed on no-
gatta Day will ngaln race nnd tho
course v. Ill bo tho samo ns rowed
npnlnst the Hcalanls. Iloth crows re
sume training tomorrow afternoon,
and they will leave no stone unturned
to mnko up for tho few dayit they
havo laid off hard work.
Thoro Is such ii demand for I..
HoiikIi'h services ns cox that tho crews
will toss up to sco who hns him. Ills
brother will cox the crow that miss
calls tho spin of tho coin.
Tho rnco phould bo n very Interest
ing ono nnd tho result will bo In doubt
up till tho tlmo tho pistol signals tho
finish of tho struggle. In training for
Regatta Day tho Freshmen nnd Sen
iors used to defeat ono another tlmo
and time about, but next Saturday's
raco should scttlo tho dispute.
ONE DOLLAR A HOLE.
(Continued from Pace 3)
trrcsts of tho city, and stop tho care
less cutting tin or tho streets.
It Is said that n blllbuard orillnntico
with "strict prohibiting features" Is
on tho list for consideration but no
ono has been found to claim the auth
or nil I p of tho ordlnnnco. At nny rato
tho Supervisors nro out to get ordi
nances In effect thnt will cover tho
various sins that now beset thin com
monwealth, A number of communica
tions nnd bills will nlso bo handled by
tho City Fathers.
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CIDE WORLD QUESTION,
(Continued from Pace 1)
visit in Washington Mr, Newell nr
ranged a conference with tho direc
tor of tho Geological Survey, Mr.
Marshall, tho geographer nnd sever
al, other officials, nt which tho need
of'n hydrographlc survey of Hawaii
was dwelt upon, nnd wlflch finally
resulted In tho beginning of tho nct
Ivo campaign Instituted by the gov
ernment. a a '
Rookkccpcr is wanted. Hoc ml, this
Gunner "Tho paper states thnt
many people nro suffering from en
nui at the resorts." ..
Guyer "What Is .ennui?"
Guyer "H'm! They nro not Buf
fering; they aro enjoying it."
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
Tho Waverlcy dance hnll will be
open tonight. Admission 10 cents,
Indies free. Music by tho Knwalhau
Just arrived, a fine new
stock of the famous
among which are
many new patterns of this
years creation. Your inspec
tion is invited.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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$3.50 & $4.00.
Regal Shoe Store,
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
The Arnold Knit
Diaper is clastic, yield
ing, very absorbent
Rnd washes easily, It
fits snugly at the
waist and is large and
roomy at the seat.
Sizes 18, 20, 22 and
Price $2.75 to $4.00
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
All thrcs features
in Ecal Shoes. The
wearing quality can
not be compared 'to
other makes. A new
Tobnsco. Black King
Calf, Blucher, Oxford,
swing last with per
feinted toe and Mili
Talk of comfort !
Come, try on a-'nair.
Wc Maintain Best
and Quickest Shoe Re
pair Shop in Town.
cor. King and Bethel
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NEW "NO TIPS" HOTEL.
Strand Palace About to Open In Lon
don Makes Innovation.
Umilon, Sept. II. Tho proprietors
of tho now Htrnml I'ulncu Hotel, which
opens on September 14, and xtmiilH on
tile slto of tho oltl.Kxcter Hull, hnvo
adopted a during Innovation, This Is
tlio utrlct enforcement of thu rtilo "mi
This will I)o tho only hotel In tho
world n which tho rnlo Is lnld down,
and tho Innovation will Krcatly rollorn.
j tho anxious Ktioat. A fixed price will
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Ull IliVlH'l " tuu u I'WUI I'WIIIB,
whether on tho flint or sixth floors.
Tho chnr;;o for a bedroom for ono
RiieHt, with olpctiio IlKht, nnd hot nnd
cold wilier, a bath, u table d'hnto
brrakfnut and nltonilnnrn will bo
$1 r,0 whllo nil tlie oilier charges nro
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