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SURREY'S NEW STORE NOW OPEN
Ansco Films, Cameras and Photo Supplies,
Cyko Photographic Papers
M iW WiH
Fort Street, near Hotel
Arlmr l).i Itiln .war will Iiavc a new ,
klnninmiiP,. i ih.. nrhunl clill.lroii fir
bll ubmn liiim tlieim- liou an "(II im
tlirmiKlioitt ihc I'nlU'd Slntt'K. anil In
ryijchcr. nous nml net Inmoirow tin
pupils will cmulutp Kicnt cimsi-nntloii
Iciitlors In tlivlr ottoii tn chock tlu
phimlcr of land niul limber for person
al Ki-poil nml pioflt. Kxcellciit m
Krjnm linve own roiuel In nil of
I Ho eclinolrt. which will lie riirrlcil out
In I liu follou-hiK iiiannci:
-Tlio HiijiiI School oiPin IIH oxer
cltH's with nil millions hy the mayor of
the kcIiooI city, anil If Iheso lively
yniiiiK follin. nearly n tliutmaiul of
Ihi'in, mnntifcc this civic orcimlnu with
the Interest ami iiriKlnnllt) they show
111 their board of siiperiliuini. their po.
lice court, or road depaitment, that
I'ljwrain will bo worth while.
At Middle Kcllhl.
Knllhl-wncu.i In lo Inyo addressen
from I'mfesKor llrjnn of the Aurlcul
lujnl College, who will speak before
8oeraI tightly iiackcd ainlleurcH of at
carl oil iirps. for there Is no common
nr.Fombl.v room. Tho public Ih cor-'
dlnlly Invited to uo tlio elevtn extra
rlfnlrs the building nfords or perhnpis
mlKlil nciiuliu an occiilim third Inter
est In n pilmary bench,
Kl'nn Street Program.
Mm. flunn'R school on Kins street
lll plant a hedge of nralla which Ocr
lit Wilder Kle. Tho cxerclics will
begin nt 10 o'clock under tho Krmit ' Kchool. and ihc kind cooperation of tho
moiikoypod tree. Oie four hundred (mothers,
ihlhlreli will cither there to sln Sacred Heart! Academy,
"speak pieces." act In original lltllol Kioni the lino new quarters of tho
phiis. nml listen to Mrs. Swanzy t' II I readonly of Iho Sacred Hearts nt Kal
of conservation. Tomorrow tho littlo jinukl to the Knmelianieha Schools at
cooks will be nmonK tho star perform-. Knllhl. the prlvato kehonls have le
ers jspomled inoFt cordlnlly to Hie request
Mrs. Frear at Normal. ' of thu comnilttee to join In tho day's
I LI- I .
DOJIINUS ST. 12 room
elegant modern home;
KaraRe. trees, etc: house
cost over the selline
PIIX0I ST. 7 room mod
ern bur.calow: 3 bed
rooms; lot G0xl20 2,800
PEAItL CITY LOTS 50x
180; one block from wa
PUUNUI LOTS 75x150; at
end of car line 350
Lots 83x179 each: near car
line; an excellent buy. 500
KUAKINI ST. 00x140;
5 room cottage; easy
EUJ'A ST. 0 room cottage;
excellent condition .... 2,750
vKiNAU ST. 0 room, 3 bed-
room bungalow 2,750
KAPAHULA 0 room cot
tage; 3 lots; excellent
order and rate bargain;
cost double 1,000
KAIMUKI A 7 room bung
alow; 2 lots and fruit
trees , 3,000
KAIMUKI LOTS from $200 up.
Now is the time to buy.
Hawaiian Realty Co.,
83' Merchant Street Phone 553
III the Normnl Sclicxil Mrs. Wnltcr
!'. l-'n'ar ami Mm. Poremus SrinliliT
'will evil Kiienk before tho primary
I ( lnsreH anil before the Normal School
jpiiiper, Mrx Scinhler on the Kimernl
topic. Airs. I rear on "What 1 can
do." T'leie will bo plenty of mimic
nml nt W-SU the vtmlentB will P out I
on tlio terruceil caiiipur to plant n low I
of Mime twelve citrus tieen. Already1
twiM-r.ti line mniiRora of thin year's '
pl.mtliiK are well Ktnrteil. .Mr. WooiIh ,
will welcome cordially tiny visitor.
Conservation In School.
Central (Irannnar School, like the.
other public Hthools, In preparing for
Arbor Day a program that will Include
coiifervatlon. Appropriate tniialc will
bo rendered by tho full and hciiiI-I
rhnrtlKi. l'milta frntu Ibn f.lcltlh '
j Krailes will iIIbcuhh tho topic of tho day
In a KcrU's of very nhoit articles.
Ilrynnt'R stately 1'oreHt Hymn will
be leclted by the hInU- prades whllo
the uoveiiths will kIvc n tree miiir. Tho
little people of the fifth KrndeH will
tell the story of "Tlio Hoy Who Loved
f Trees." The nililrcso of the dny will
ho Klvcn by A. K. Thncr, and will bo
In part, at least, an appreciation of
Mr. Olfford 1'lnchot tho trco-lovcr.
After Ihc exercises, which will bcsln
at half part ten, tho pupils of the
reboot will entertain their mothers.
The upper (trades will iisslft tho fac
ulty In senilis n Unlit luncheon. This
entertainment Is mado possible by tho
generosity of friends outside of tho
w oi k.
Kalulanl Always Ready.
Kaliilanl School has nlrcnd) hnd Its
Arbor Day; has It Indeed the year
'round III the euro of Its splck-nnd-tpnn
grounds So In tho inoinlnK Iho
ehlldien will have a conservation pro
gram niul enjoy looking over it collec
tion of pIctuicK showing the condition
of fresh wnlervvnys, etc., "before and
utter taking" conservalloniil treatment.
Music at Kaahumanu.
Mrs. 11 P. Dillingham Is to talk to
tho ehlldien of Kaahumanu School on
lleietnnla avenue nml the children
have prepared a program, with plenty
College Tres Day.
The College or Hawaii with Its big
hare campus will do Its theoretical
conserving some oilier time, hut to
morrow afternoon will turn to, faculty
mid students, nml set out trees. After
wards tho whole family will enjoy n
picnic supper. There1 will probably ho
no need to Irrigate the trees nt once,
nnd rain coats nro nlways "full dress"
for Manoa Valley nffalrs.
Gllmore at Hlijh School.
1'iosldcnt Ollmore will speak before
the High School students In their open
ing exercises on Iho broader phases of
SUGAR BARON RULE
CREDITED TO HAWAII.
(Continued from Tazt t)
with tho power of tho sugar barons
of the Islands and their absolutely
lion-llstcd rule of tho people of tho
Irwin says tho chief asset of tho
Islands arc climate, sugar and mis
sionaries. Then ho bIiows how the
missionary develops Into a sugar
"Today there aro virtually
no missionaries In the Islands,
In thu accepted sense of tho
term. They havo been gath
ered lo their fnthers. Uut
their descendants Mill live and
nourish like tho green bay treo
and are CALLKD missionar
ies. They are the sugar bar
ons, tho land owners, the Judg
es. Their mansions line Nuu
iinuo nvcnuo and their acres
stretch from Bhoro to shoro of
each of thu eight Islands, Their
smart equipages clatter along
the llcach Itoad; Till-: IIONK
I.N'fiS .OK TIIKIIl AUTOMO
1III.KS SICNI) T11I-2 I'OVKUTY
STUICKKX NATIVIM SCUK
KY1.NO TO THK CUUII.
"A land ofilco man said to mo
ono day: 'If jou find ti largo
tiact of laud lying Idlo on the
iklnnds of Oaliu or Hawaii and
don't know to whom It belongs
ou aro pretty safo In guessing
the lllshop Kslatc.'
"The Island of Maul Is virtu
ally owned by II. I". Ilaldwln.
Tho Wllcoxes, Castles and tho
Spaldlngs own nearly every
thing of value on Knunl, tho
'Garden Island.' On tho other
Islands the Cookcs urn! Dilllug
hams are great loids of the mill.
These uro nil missionary niiuies.
Gay and Itohlnson Kngllsh
nnd proud of II, who moiii tho
Idea of natiirall.atlun havo
big holdings on Knua, nnd own
absolutely tho wholo of tho Is
lands of Cllliau and Lanul, be
sides holding u long-tlmo lease,
on the ltttlo Island of Lehua.
"Such of tho big holdings as
are leaseholds will gindually bo
liiokrn up when the leases ex
pire, but here tho land Is held
In fco simple, these little pi Ill
egalities may cnduio ludoll
nllely, TOR Till: SUGAR I1A11
OXS AKK .IKAI.Ol'S OK TIIKIIl
PHIVILKGKS AND I'OWKIt.
Their, lands mo plasteied with
nlgns, AND Till': I.ITTI.K KIOL
I.OW WHO IS HASH HXOUGII
TO ATTUMI'T TO IIAISB CANK
KINDS THAT Till: SUGAR
T IIAROXS RAISU CAIN WITH
HIM. It Is tho policy of tho
government Id luciik up thoso
big estates wherever possible,
but the work Is slow, ami theio
uro innny obstacles."
Irwin has also decided that tho
iittltudu of the Ignorant malnlandcr
Is correct regarding tho Immigra
tion of Iluiopenns under Iho en
dorsement of tho I'lesldont and tho
legal department of tho Government.
Ills nrtlclu su);
"Recently offorls have been
made lo Incieato thu bupply of
luboreis In tho Tenlioiy by
biluglng lu Kuropenu Immi
grants, pnsBago p.Md,
"Tho Sugar I'lantors' Associ
ation, tho coiumeiclnl body
which eontiols nil (lie Internal
policies of Hawaii, sent an
agent to Spain mid Portugal,
who (.bartered several steam
ships, loaded them with Span
ish and l'oitugucso families
mid shipped them to the Is
lands. THIS, WHILi: CLEAR
LY A VIOLATION OK T11H
CONTRACT LAIIOR LAW, was
winked at hy the Kedcrul Gov
ernment, which hns been mado
to understand the situation In
the islands nnd the urgent ne
cessity of finding some solution
o fthe labor problem. Tho first
experiment, hovvovcr, was not
nn entire success, for n largo
pioportlou of the Immigrants,
attracted by minors of higher
wages paid on the coast follow
ing the San Krnnclsco earth
quake and flic, stopped only
long enough in Hawaii to ac
quire American clothes and a
knowledge of the almighty dol
lar, and went on to California.
Conditions there, however,
seemed not to have been nil
that they expected, and many
of them hnvo gradually drifted
Again Irwin gets otter the sugar
barons of the Islands through his
comment of tho newspapers of the
city. He doesn't think much ot
what Honolulu has, anyway, and his
great dlniculty seems to bo that
fcomo ono hns lict picked him up as
the Moses to lead Honolulu out of
Its newspaper wilderness of servile
labor for the sugar barons. This Is
what he says of what ho evidently
believes to be tho overlords of the
city nnd would nt le.iRt have the
people reading tho Pacific Monthly
"Subjects of national Import
ance receive hut scant nttentlon
in any of the papers. The In
terests of the pcoplo are nar
row and licnco thoso of the
THE NEW PAINT .
For Indoors and Out
At last we have a perfect paint a paint specially 'epared
to meet climatic conditions in the Hawaiian Islands. The salt air
and humidity of this climate requires a different paint than that
prepared for climates subject to extremes of heat and cold. Long
experience has proven to us that this is a fact.
After a great deal of study and experiment we have evolved
a paint that meets island conditions perfectly. That paint is
ARMORITE. We predict for ARMORITE a greater sale
than any other paint in this Territory as soon as the public be
comes acquainted with its merits. It will endure the salt air and
preserve its lustre. It has great covering capacity and can be
obtained in a multitude dp beautiful colors and shades. It is the
only house paint made specially for this climate.
We unqualifiedly recommend ARMORITE We will
return the money to anyone who uses Armorite and is not satisfied.
HANDSOME COLOR CATALOG FREE
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.-
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT HONOLULU
Opposite Benson, Smith & Co.
press are narrow. About the
only subject of general Interest
which attracts any great
amount of local attention is the
financial situation. Tho Al
mighty Dollar Is as big In Hit
wall as It Is In Washington.
"The dally papers aro nil loo
closely tied up wllh tho big
monled Intel ests of the Terri
tory to be nt nil Independent..
Should one ot them fall Into
disfavor with the sugnr barons
nn effort would bo made to put
it out of business by withhold
ing ndvcrttslng. The big fel
lows would refuse to advertise,
nnd the little fellows would
havo to obey the orders of the
big pnes. Hence it Is not VOX
l'OPULI, VOX DEI, but VOX
SUO.VR IIAROXS, VOX DEI.
"So what, In'nny large city
of of tho United States, would
bo tho news ot the dny, rarely
appeals In the columns of tho
Honolulu papers. If anything
happens which Is real news,
tho editors of the dally papers
at once receive orders from
their masters to 'keep It out,'
and they obey. Tho Honolulu
papers would nlmost Bupprcss
tho story ot tho assassination ot
tho President If they wcro com
manded by tho Sugnr Planters'
Association to do so."
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furiiiture and Piano Hovhtf.
"THE ELEVATOR TO SUCCESS IS STILL RUNNING
DON'T TAKE THE STAIRS!"
"The U. S. Sept. of Agriculture has made the statement
that since California Eucalyptus growers must, in the main,
supply the future hardwood which the United Stales will be
able to obtain, it would pay the owners of the best orchard)
and vineyards in the state today to uproot their fruit trees
and crape vines and plant all their best lands to blue gum, red
cum, sugar gum and other speoies of eucalyptus."
(San Kranclsco "Call," March 6, 1909.)
Wt will Mil tb Und III riots nt A anJ up t
tlvatt anJ cart for trit lrca umtl no further attention
anj (he you a ijuaranteea una will alao mmd )our umotr it you
Call anJ tee our exhibit furnltuit, tool hanJIea, tagon part, floonnt;,
anJ (lie you a Guarantaad ml Will alao nmket
for further partlculari and Booklet
Special Agent MURRIETA EUCALYFfUS CO of Los Angeles.
ROOM 306 JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, HAWAII.
New Line of
Lace and Silk Trimmings
You are asked to see them
f Jl r actt (on tasy rynnt If JrslrrJ, cu
Is required, pay taiet anJ aiieakmenta fur i ears
'ou wWh for a tmall commUtlun
rollshei woJ, etc, or write
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Hakiki. We have a
which cost to build
J $16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of 99,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line.
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x430, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly "J
and repaired; lot 50 Jrj
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room honse, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never eomes,
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what aro bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. PEAR, MANAGER.
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