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TVa.1 J Editorial Rooms, - 185
iCI'lBu8lneaa Office, - 256
' Cotrrtd at the PtMtoffic tt Honolulu
I Mcond-cUn matter.
Breathes there a man with soul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
This ismy own,jnynative land 'Scott.
"Blush nliont "the IIiik" Is somc-
Ithlng, too, that ran linnlly bo ex-
Epectcd outside of nti editorial sanc
tum, certainly not nl n meeting
JItnadc. up.of Intelligent men. Pacific
, ' Commercial Advertiser, December 9,
' v 1909.
? This editorial utternnco from the
newspaper owned by l.orrln A.
Thurston Is commended to the pco-1
4,ule of tho I' n 1 1 I'd Stntcs, anil more
' especially those stilUng to liulld up
the American merchant marine.
-' That Is the kind of patriotic fod
der one TIiuik on, who Is pretty well
,," known throughout tho United
States, Is handing out to the resi
dents of the Hawaiian Islands In the,
'effort to overthrow tho protection
now granted to the remnant of the
American merchant marine now re
maining In these waters.
This Is the sentiment of tho rcc-
' ognlzcd und accepted organ of locrl
f Hero's hoping that the shake-up
-' thnt Is point? mi In mivlnir rlnli fir-
Jfclcs will help the game, not hurt It.
"v."- L '
iw , It Is when tho ship is free from
iV'l'the rocks that we realize how much
lilabor of love there Is In the strugglo
fcf to get her off.
jt , President Zeloyu of Nicaragua
also believes that nil this talk about wuii tho caso worked up ngalnBt
the "flag" Is "slush" In the iouii- 'elective Leal that "he would rath
eels of "lutelllgont men." , (er he right than a member of tho
Not to bo entirely outdone by
Cant. Coy's new kick, Princeton
has discovered a new comet. Hnr-
vardvniny hnvo something to offer.
Jl n .. ." . .
; uuvcriior ireur says no wnius
.mcriqan ciuzens lor unwau, anil
his bright particular mouthpiece In
kthe city of Honolulu says tho "Mag
1 j. Most cNoryono hud forgotten there
'-v.wub such a thing as Insurance un-
k til they wcro again reminded thnt It
J-fCoritInuc8 a Held for fraudulent ma-
rWhcn a member of the medical
profession becomes garrulous ho
usually deserves tho contempt which
many reputable people have for his
Pjf ' i
m President Tuft should not be sur
prised thnt the local combination
found In nil alliance with u gambler
who Inclined Judge Wlllloy's dls-
itpleasure In Shiinghul, also considers
Stho American ting "slush."
Secrotury Cooper of the Promo
tion Conunltteo wants nil Hawaiian
Iicoplo to become members of tho
Oct Together Club, no matter In
what other organizations they may
hold membership and pay dues.
Most ovcry ono Is so flabbergasted
at the thought of Mr. "Woodruff
chucking n United StntcR District
Judgeship overboard on such short
, notice that thoy really don't know
what to say.
When tho Orand Jury says In ef
fect that tho chnrgo laid against
a pollco oftlcor was n put-up Job and
the man should bo reinstated, what
must nn honest man think of the
outnt that fathered. tho case?
Congressional investigation of su--gar
fruuds could only sorve to com
, pllcato tho prosecution now being
vigorously pressed In tho courts. If
there nro loopholes In the law for,
offenders, those peoplo usually find
n Congressional investigation a
It would hardlr lin aunmnrliitn In
rElllrirrt to Mm rl,.l.. i.-.i...i. ... ...
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mis unto that thoro was a period In
the history of Honolulu when .
rtrlotlsni was n virtue and members
pf tho federation celebrated Fourth
fjf July and other flag occasions with
t,12j"""' who) wants. Ioi. auecoeil
nltPiUHtntea Binnlor Piles oxnects
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DECEMBER 9", 1009
udvocntcs of tho suspension of the
coastwise shipping law.
This Is one of tho planks of tho
platform on which tho Territory of
Hawaii Is to be "Americanized:"
We believe that the President of
the United States, having opinions
of his own on the situation In Ha'
wall, will understand the slgnifr
inni-e of Hint editorial uttcranco ns
well or better than any American
citizen on tho mainland. And ho Is
In a position to net cry effectively.
Tho meeting of "Intelligent men"
nt which tho "Hag" Is expected to
be tegnrded. only ns "slush" Is called
at the Instanco of n clique whoso
knees wcro trembling not long ngo
for fear they would not get tho pro
tection of that Hag and tho tariff.
Keeling secure ns lo tho tariff,
they now, through their recognized
rnd accepted organ, Insult tho
Wns their boasted lovo of tho
"Hag" In days gono by merely n
matter of1 dollars and cents?
to accomplish It because ho never
vtrnm n nnnbtln nml nnln'i . .l...tA
It Is to Senator Plies' credit that ho
has worked hard In Ills lifetime,
nnd whether wearing fairly good
clothes or working clothes, has nl-
wus been u gcntlcmnn.
I It Is to Shorlff Jarrctt's credit
"'at ho has not said In connection
.Territorial (Irund Jury." That
referential Insult comes from tho
center of morul reform that "work
ed up the 'case' " against Leal with
the assistance of n Shanghai gam
Tho President tins tokon such n
strong position on ship subsidy leg
islation that the ichahllltatlnn of
the American merchant iiiniinu may
be put down ns ono of the gient ac
complishments Mr. Tuft has mapped
out for his administration. Such
being the case, ho mutt regard with
favor ocry effort mado In all parts
or the country to put moio and bet'
tcr American ships on tho ocean.
uno new American passenger
steamer on the way to this port and
another of Increased capacity about
to be put on tho local run, nnd the
Civic Federation crying out thnt
there are not enough American ships
in carry tho people coming this way!
This method of throwing the passen
ger transportation between theso Is
lands and tho Pacific coast Into tho
hands of tho Jnpuneso can hardly
no termed Ingenious.
Tho economic futuro of tho United
states nnd Japan, as far ns tho Orient
Is concerned, Is lurgoly dccnilent ii-
on mo continuanco or their present
cordial rclntlons. It Is with Increased
satisfaction that tho people of tho
United Stales welcome at this outpost
iiaron Yasuyn Uchlda, who arrived In
Honolulu today on tho TcnyaMaru on
routo to Washington, whero ho will
succeed Ilnron Takuhlra ns Anili.m
t.ador at tho capital city.
nils feeling of goodwill has been
emphasized very strongly of late.
Ono has only to recall tho expression i
incident to tho mainland trip of tho
Jnpnneso Commercial Commission lo
feel that this kindly spirit Is now )io
Ing reciprocated. It Is safo to predict
that a material Incrcuso In trndo be
tween tho United Stntes and tho Is
land Eniplro will follow now that
Haron Uchlda has been appointed lo
such nn important post as that of
Ambassador nt wnshlnston.
Ilnron Uchlda ranks high In tho dip
lomatic world. His retirement fiom
Vienna to accept this covoted post at
Washington moves that ho Is xlnrn,,,
in wishing his country Id remain on
iriencny terms with America. For
Iho past twenty-two years, Baron Ucl.
da Iibb served his country faithfully.
Having filled positions of tho highest
trusUln, the cntlro satisfaction of nil
concernpdhlfi rountry nuijjhoso with
In Real Estate are always to be had
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whom ho comes In contact, lmo
learned to put faith in his words ntul
nctlons. In 1893 ho was appointed
Secretary of 1-gatlon In London,
which liont ho held for two jears. He
was then transferred to n similar po
sition in Peking, where ho remained
from 1S05 to 1897. As Vlre Minister
of Foreign Affairs In 1900 tho Ilnron
proved of such Inestlninblc vnlno to
his country that ho wns transferred lo
tho legation nt Peking, whero he
fcrvcd until 11)00. Ono year later ho
was sent to flit tho Important post ns
Ambassador nt Vienna.
Upon his return to Japan from
ITuropo ho wns offered the Ambassa
dorship at Washington. This hu ac
cepted, br ho considers it to bo ono
of tho greatest honors which hnvo
been conferred upon him by tho Mi
kado. Hin vlfn, who accompanies
Mm, Is n graduate of Vnssnr and the
daughter of n mllllounlio; so thnt both
aro richly endowed with this world's
wealth and honor.
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(Continued from Pace 1.)
here, has developed within tho past
year from tho combination of threo
powerful organizations of Ponton busi
ness men, and now numbers about
500 member:.. In nnv one of the rltlcs
just mentioned, thuro 13 nn'- nn Influ
ence, national or otherwise, which Tor
a moment can comparo with that of
theso commercial organizations.
And thrlr work tit lint niernlv In
handling the big problems of business.
In fact,, I ucllevo the secrel of their
tremendous success lies more from
Iho fact (hat nothing that effects their
cities Is loo small to cscniio their nt
tentlon. They stand for good govern
ment, Invariably, ngalnst party poll
tics. They find llmo io tnko caio ol
Iho finer tilings, tho necthetlc features.
If you please, which go lo mnko n com.
mimlly a moro ple-isant place In which
lo live. And whenlier It Is n litg or
little thing which theso bodies go af
ter, they almost invariably get It. Tho
Chicago Association of Coinmeico
gives n regular dinner onch month to
tho sons of the members, the linys who
villi In n few years step Into their fath
ers" places. A suggestion of this kind
might look Idealistic, but tho Chicago
business men nro ussurod that It pays.
A meeting has just been held In
P.ochester, N. Y of tho National Ah'
toclntlon of Commercial executives,
Real Estate for Sale
Wc were ri"ht about our Kaimuki
Bargain. It sold, and sold quickly.
We have more bargains. Let us
show you our Manoa Valley bargain.
Either as an investment or for a
home it fills the bill.
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THE ONE PLACE
IN TOWN FOR
To accommodate its many patrons
THE WIRELESS OFFICE
Will be open on Sunday mornings f
frorn eight until ten o clock.
It was attended by a hunch of live
wires from ninny of tho most progres
sive of American cities, nnd according
to tho reports from this convention
Iho Ideas suggested above, wcro most
rtiougly dwelt upon by theso men of
uxpcilencc, and urged ns tho most Im
portant means of keeping up Interest,
not only among the members of a com
mercial organization, but In Iho com
munity nl hut;o. Most commercial
bodies ".pcclallru" along some ono or
two HtRM. lietiolt, Atlantic City, ami
Rochester, pono as "convention cities',')
and woik iiuiemiltlngly to securo the
meeting of statu and national conven
tions In I heir cities. Others center
their prosperity on tho increnso of
mnuiifnnlorles, and bend their efforts
along lln"o lines. Somo aro "cai)'
rltlon cities," and held annual or bi
ennial expositions or fairs to udvcn!p
a certain section of country. Still oth
crs, of which Honolulu Is one Ml" out
after tho lomlsl becnuso they lmv.
something to offer to tho person who
has means and Inclination to travel.
Hut regardless of what tho spoelnlly
Is, every progressiva romtn.'icl?! or
giiilzatlon must lenllzo ln obligation.!
to mnko ItKcMy attractive nnd sillied
most thoroiichlv In llln Hlmel.lt l.iml.
ness it would encourage.
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Things Honolulu Needs.
Theio aro a good 'many things which
our city needs but which our commer
cial bodies are Inclined t'J coiilI ler n.
out of their province. N- oue denies
that Honolulu's front door Ilia 'vater
front Is n long wnys from twin;; us
attractive to tho ee 114 It should :.
Whose business Is It? Thai, side tilks
nro conspicuous by their nbtun.'r- In
many parts of tho city, ami that tho
streets nro often better fo peiliuti 'itu.t
thnn tho wnlks (If Ihey euro to take
chances dodging nutonribllos) e-.nti'
bo denied. ICveryono kuowj thnt in
nululu has dusty or muddy streetr, mi
slgntly signs und fences, and othe
things which detract frmn tho at
tractiveness of tho town, but who's It
Theso nro Just Instnnces of number
less things which wu all know about
and agree should bo attended to, but
which are not becnuso It's nobody's
business, being over body's. Wo did
'.mvo a Central Improvement Associa
tion, but It died. Thoy always do, not
only In Honolulu but everwheio else
that such organizations nie not given
strong moral support nnd encourage
Ment by Iho business men of tho com
niunlty. Not that their alms nro not
meritorious, or Iho objects thoy would
attain mo not. In tho abstract, general
ly recognized us annex to 11 city, but
chiefly because they hnvo not tho
strength In themselves necessary lo
enny out the reforms thoy have out
lined, which might readily ho supplied
by tho powerful foiccs pf business and
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UNIFORM DIVORCE LAWS TO
BE SUBJECT TALKED
Conference Will be Held in First
Month of New Year With a. View
to Regulating Divorco Law for
NKW VOUK. Nov. 29. Uniform
ity In Iho divorce laws of tho vari
ous stales Is being sought by Presi
dent Tuft nnd most of tho stnto gov
ernors, aciording to Both Low, who
ns president of tho Nntlonnl Civic
FW.Talluii has Just announced tho
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dnto of tho confcicnco on uniform
legislation. This conference will bo
held in Washington on January IT
to 19. Itoprcsentntlvo men of every
state in tho union, appointed by tho
govcrnois, will attend.
"" Iiw's unniiiinccniont says:
"Through tho Initiative of tho
Amciiciin liar Association n special
national otganUnlion of commission
ers chosen by the different govern
ors Is now working for a uniform
divorco law, tho supremo necessity
for which grows out of tho condi
tion that a child under Iho various
divorco laws may lie legitimate In
cno state but Illegitimate In anoth
er. "Tli.0 work of this special com
mission will he reported on nt tho
conference nnd will then come hc
foro tho commltteo of governors."
TAFT HOLDS RECORD FOR
A Few Points of Interest Retarding
the President's Flying Trip Over
the United States Compiled by
WASHINGTON An ofllclnl record
of tho President's recent trip, com
piled, by Wendell W. Mlschler, ono
of his usslstunt secretaries, shown
that Mr, Tnft visited .13 slutes nnd
mado 205 speeches. Ho rodo nearly
1000 miles In automobiles nnd more
than ISO miles in carriages and
wiilkod at least 7fi miles. All Mr.
Tuft's speeches wcro taken clown In
shorthand by Mr. Mlbchler and in
dexed, Mr. Taft probably holds tho prcsl
ilcntlnl tetoid for apcechniukliig on
the invalid. Wo have them in various
( ig0 pajr
it single tilp. On his long trip In
IMll Ptesldciit Harrison mado 212
speeches. On one of his western
trlpt President McKlntcy niiide 15
speeches In n day. President Cleve
land mnilo few speeches on Ills
"swing mound Iho circle." Tho Pic
sldcut's ret cut trip ou-iipled fifi daiu.
In tho campaign Inst jear Mr. T.ift
traveled iilmmt continuously for 10
days and mado 117 speeches.
It. C. Ilrown. Inspector of lui'nlxr.i
lion, who has been uniting lnsn-c!loii
of the labor condition on the inl-inds nC
Hawaii mid Maul, lotiirnecl IliM ninm.
ng on the Claudliio. Ho leporiml tho
laborers to bo nothing In Innnony,
r.ppaicntly satisfied with Iho deal
ment of thu plantation managers
ilrown stated that thu labor r'alls
lies, which ho has been preparing to
be submitted to. Iho Conimlssloni. or
Immigration In Washington, will b.i
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