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KVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., MONDAY, JULY 4, 1910.
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INDEPENDENCE" which, please
Qod, shall never die. Anon.
OUR INDEPENDENCE DAY.
Until very recent years the Amer
icans bail quite forgotten to associate
tlie Fourth of July with Independence
Day. Twisting the tall of tlio Drltlsh
lion had passed out of fashion and
U with that feature of the day gone, tho
,5. anniversary seemed unite tamo and
' Within tho last few years Amer
icans have discovered evils of taxa
tion without representation, political
oligarchies, arrogance on thejpart of
feudal financiers, and utter disregard
of tho common good on tlierparfcAf
persons delegated with tho fsrioosf-
blllty of gu.oruiucnt, within their own
midst They founu Hint they woretitP
Ing gradually hi ought tinder tho sway
of a power tnoro blighting to frco clt
Is'cnshlp than anything King George
or any of his satraps forced upon our
The awakening has been slow. But
Independence of the same brand that
j, throw off the yoke placed upon the
I - netk-of the Amorican colonists by a
foolish Drlllah King, Is now nssert-
' IngjIUelf as noer before ' '" '
Every day from some part of the
fj L country comes tho news of a Declara-
i nation ui inueptjiiuenco vy groups oi
P Americana In' revolt against criminal
... manipulation and vicious intolerance,
Senator LuFollelto has been urttTHlB
,-, ., , , , , j, ,t,.
dec arut ons of ndcpenOcncet b nt Uc
first cuuiu to tho front as a national
P figure. Itoosovelt has been u preacher
in ih cuuho of Independence by his
direction of tho popular thought to-i
'word a return to the plain first prin
ciples of a square dcul. The so-called
Insurgent tuo.euiunt within the Re
publican party has In somo respects
been a regular battlo of Loxington: a
tew men fired with u hatred of In-
Jv "Justlco and blessed with u courago
( that gains fresh power from teraBot
ury ueteal navo scut tno pompous and
Impudent fighters of Creed, Corrup
tion and Intolerance scurrying to cov
er. jThero has been a Ue-dcclaratlon of
IjnupcuuuDce vy mo Aiuuricun peupie
and the battle is now being waged In
every State and Territory, every clt)
aud town against the burden placed
upon the people by Special Interests.
Intoleranco and Fanaticism, .
We In this Territory are In the very
midst of a War against tho schemoc
ot an oligarchy of Intoleranco that Is
as great, an enemy to the freedom ol
'the citizen as tho government of
Ocorge III ever was and more vicious
In tho hypocrisy of its declarations.
;The Prohibition movement Is "noth
ing but epitomized Intolerance, It
.' ,(was born of a desire to take from the
people of this Territory their priv
ileges of self-government, already lim
ited to almost as narrow confines us
hVdged thii cltfzens of the thirteen
original American' colonics.
In a few days the voters of this
Territory will bae- tho opportunity to
J." declare whether they will meekly bow
; ,the bead afad kiss the hand that smites
them, aud'ly their vote vindicate the
(vmen who have done their umost to
rob them 41 their rights, or, display
the spirit of American Independence
Jand through the peaceful medium ot
' tlie ballot subject the forces of Do-
; celt, Hypocrisy and Cunt to the same
sort ot a crushing defeat that the
American .people of 1776 visited upon
t the ruler of Oreat Britain, and such
' as the American people of today are
Y pressing upon the enemies ot popunr
- 'To be free and Independent Is a no
less worthy ambition of the citizen
y today than ot our fellow countrymen
In 1770. It la unthinkable that an In-
iciugem electorate suouia in mis aay
use the privileges of Its freedom to
shacklo Itself with restrictions of
laws, that ure offered with the
admission that they will bo "violated
n t freely by the very persons who pro-
iPosethqm for others, hut not foi
Prhe new era of reviving American
independence should not and we are
Ivertaln will not find tho voters of
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Hawaii unfaithful to the principles of
courageous American manhood that
revolts against not only Interference
with rights and privileges but scorns
tho thought ot approving laws that
lead a people to practice the meanest
arts of hypocrisy.
Failure to celebrate the great na
tional anniversary by somo dlotlnccl
event giving expression to tho patrl
otic sentiment of the people can only
be considered as an evidence of retro
gression. When a people ato too busy
or too lazy or too Indifferent to set
apart a few hours of their time and
jtcvoto some measure of their energy
To a recognition and retelling qt the
events that marked the birth of tho
Nutldn. they can have only apologies
to offer and tho best phrased Is
Let us hope that Secretary Dlckln
son will this evening tako tho timo to
mako a ringing Fourth of July speech
to take tho cuss oft the Honolulu, once
famous for Its glorious Fourth of July
celebrations, and now, as the athletes
would put it, gone back.
Honolulu has nn especially Kindly
feeling for tho Cabinet olitcer who
comes to the Islands to ''see for hlm-
ASlLIL- Members of the President's or
,.V, ,, ,'.,. ,u ,, ,. ,.,(,. ,,
I'FliiLfiimlly ure tho men on irhom the
i:.:' Vi-V ,
nvitviu,- u. M .tcilliui muav ui'iitrim
tor much ot the favor with wlilcn they
nre considered by he ederul govern
Bepretnry Dickinson as ho oncers
sor to the Man vyhd Is .low President,
will find In Honolulu n cordial feeling
.toward the second only to that which
ourpeop!e haVe -4xtcndid to tho chief
executive ot tho country. Wo havo
no doubt that the Secretary under
stands fully tho Impjltanrts of this
uutpost as a military us well in natal
center, but we are plejHod that he has
come to gain first hand lni)i unions.
Honolulu's only rcgrot Is that lift iltvn
not remain longer and obtain a i.ioro
intimate acquaintance with oil' ut
Delegate Kulilo'o decision to come
to Honolulu on tho yacht Hawaii is
another proof that tho causo of tho
I'rohlbltlonlsts In Hawaii is a falling
If Kuhlo, after having ample lime
to consider tho platform of tho Pro
hibition League, and deliberating
carefully on what Prohibition would
mean to the people of this Territory,
oclloved that the Kchemes of Woollcv
and Thurstbn wore best for Hawaii,
ae would be hastening buck to this
city to tako an active part in the
This delay on tho part of the Dele
gate means that he sees hlo mlstako
In nominally espousing a causo that
violates every principle ot personal
Independence, for which he has con
tended since first entering public life.
PRAISE FOR JAPANESE.
Throughout tho congratulatory rc
marks passed In connection with the
opening of tho great Hamakua irriga
tion ditch, thcro were, constant words
of prnlso for the Jupanoso workmen,
without whom tho enterprise, would
have been Impossible. The engineers
and their assistants of course led tho
way, but the Japanese did the hard
bono and sinew labor, ot blasting and
digging tho ditch through tho moun
No word of appreciation for tho
rapid and excollcnt work dono on tho
big ditch can be complete without In-I
eluding the Japanese tunnol men who I
constituted tho rank and file of the
army of progress. They are entltlod
to tho highest praise und those first
to glvo thenl credit are tho "men on
the 'Job" .Undjpr whosy Meadef ship t.boy
performed their Imnl 'anddangorous
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Bcrctania St 2
Thurston Ave ' , 4
Kamehameha IV. Rd .,...'. 4
Matlock Ave , ,-Z
Emma Lane 1
Ninth Ave ,2
Peck Ave 2
King; St 2
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Have You Seen
that ten-room house at Kal
mcki which can be bought for
The lot 'Is 45,800 square
- feet 'This is a ptserty that
should not hire to p;o beg
Bishop Truso., Ltd.
(Continued front' Pape'l)
that there was to be ujithl.iiK for
mnl ho would hove 'plcpaiej' some
thing. JW'' jl" ',
Remainder of PartyMogram.! i
Besides the men on tliq rncelifln
tomnilttco there wore several women
who met the sleameHKlliredock and
others who Joined a) Vlip hpjlel. Com
plete nrrangcmeutB had, been made
for the entertainment "or the mem
bers of the party while' tho 'inspec
tion trips were being ulftileibS.ccre-N
tnry Dlcklnnn and General Edwards,
and the start was muds, f ront ithe
Young soon utter anlvii.l.
The entire party was taken lo tlio
hotel and then In motors, with ono
or moro members of tho reception
(ommlttco In churgo, a sightseeing
trip was commenced which occupied
(he time until lunch, which was had
at thn'Moan.t at one o'clock.
After luticli tho afternoon Is be
ing spent at tho beach In bathing
and watching surfing sports, will)
a trip to cx-Oovornor Cleghnrn's
pface .later in the afternoon.
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a half house
in good locality $3000
A home in Kaimuki, on car
line. Largo lot, with rcmod-
eled house in excellent con
dition. This property can b'e
bought on easy instalments.
Price 4750 ; .
25 acres of land, improved, in
t Palolo Valley. Bargain price f -
for quick sale.
, FOR LEASE 'x
Residence of 0. L. Wight, Puiwa,
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
Furnished, Possession July -1, 1010
Annpuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St. (4 bedrooms) 45
lit i .i
Fort and Merchant-Streets
Office open from cifiht lo ten on
The evening as well as tho after
noon has been provided for, and an
Immense lunu at tho home of John
.McGuIro will bo given in honor of
'tho members of the purtj.
' General Edwards Talks of Trip.
Seen Just as he came from breakfast,-
General Clarcnco IMwnrds dis
cussed tho trip und tho Philippines
with tho Bulletin.
"We nie ; going to tako a
look-see at the Philippines and will
i bo In the Islands for nbenit flvo
wocks," snld he. "The trip has no
political significance and Is In line
merely with the Idea of President
Taft In 'having' someone of the nd-
mtnlstrution go to tho islands once
In two years to get first-hand Infor
mation about conditions there "
The lust time Qencrnl Kdwnrds
went to the Islands was with Pres
ident Taft, who was then Secretary
of War. two-vyearH ago. General
i: wards has Jeen chief of the Bu.
lean of jnsiijar A Hairs of the war
Department an J has been In Immedi
ate iJhniKo o'fjjtliliiKs Philippine for
seven yenrs In addition to having
served J u thcijslands wltliMhe army,
he has this Intimate knowledge gain
cd from subsequent trips and from
bundling the"affalr8 of the Islands In
"While In the Philippines we shall
make a trip .Into northern Luzon
visiting the rnnuutntn provinces north
from llngulo, and go up Into llocos
Sur and llocos Norte. After that We
shall make a three-week trip In the
southern islands, visiting 'tlio Visa
yan Islands and then' Mindanao and
Asked about the remnlnder of tho
trip, General Kdwards sold that from
Manila the party would go north
along the China toast; would visit
Peking, and from there go via the
Trans-Siberian road In Paris, arriv
ing In the French metropolis on Oc
The General was Interested In tho
Filipino laborers brought hero for
the plantations, anil hoped to lie able
lo sco some of them and find oil.
about their work during his brief
stay In Honolulu.
The Friar Lands.
In speaking of tho Friar lands
sales In the Philippines, General Kd
wards deiioiturod the nttacks made
by Itcprcsontntlvo Martin of Colorado.
"Martin nevor delivered the whole
of the speech which he had pel mission
to print. It was Inspired by the Colo
rado beet sugar men and was writ
ten "by Irving Wlnslow of the antl
linnerlallstle. lraitrue. He. calls every-
bdd.f'f .whiantUfio J
to do with the lands.
,'LWrf nr4,rnllhl lit, .havojh fn
vesWatloiHWd' nfaft- lt"n' i.
of record so .tliere.wlll.Uie no ques
tion In the fjlror'e: I kh'ow that the
whole deal was clean nil the way
through, but we are going Into It
ki as to convince tho beet sugar peo
ple and the public generally Hint
It (s all right."
Speaking further of tho land qttes
Hon and the row It bad kicked up
lh Washington. General F.dwardi
mill thnt Martin's speech bristled
with Invectho nnd was full from
start to'finl'h of iiils-stntcments. "It
would take more than ,n wliolojdu
to read It," he said.
"In substance it was thnt If n
man held stock in any sugar com
piny he should not be allowed to
buy lands In tho Philippines. As
Pool os three backers In tho win
dow deal had stock In the sugar
trust, Martin claimed that there was
crookedness somo place and the sale
was not legal. He spoke of selling
to. the trust the bc3t lauds for sugar
raising In the Islands, that Mlndoro
land which has not been cultivated
for many jenrs, and some of which
was notcr brought umjer the plow.
It is more ot a pasture than an j tiling
i:ccutlvo Secretary Carpenter had
nothing to Bay nbont tho land deal
except thnt It was the first timo
he had over been accused of being
i nnrtiicr of millionaires IlkeSprcck-
cls aud Havemejcr, ucnuso he own
ed a little lnnd near Manila. He
had n pleasant trip to the States,
but during tho Mist month tlio
weather was bad all Iho time and
he did not onjoy himself partial
Mr. Cnrpcuter was to have return
ed to Manila on the last transport,
but wns asked to go with the party
of the Secretary of War In order
that ho might, give Secretary DlcUln-
ron some llrst-liniul liuorinaiion
about the Islands.
The Siberia is due in Manila July
2.1, going direct from Nagasaki anil
not touching nt Shanghai and Hong
kong outwnrd bound.
(Continued from. Page 1.)
around tho world, returning to the
United States by way of the Trans.
Siberian Hallway aud trans-Atlantic
liner to New York.
With Secretary of War DleklnBon
hie Mis, Dickinson and the sou ul
tho Secretary, J. M. Dickinson Jr.
Tho joung man has Just completed
his studies nt Yale. Captain and
Mrs, Lars Anderson and William L.
Grnnberry, a student at Princeton,
hnll from Nashville. Tenn., the homo
town of the Dleklnnons, llrlgntller
General Clarence It. IMwnrds and
Mis, Hdwurds arc making n thin!
visit lo tho Philippines, having once
before p,istcd through Honolulu ns
members at the famous Tnft-iloose-vclt
While not officially connected with
fho party, FrtnjTj W. Carpentor, now
Kxecutlvo Secrotaiy for tho Philip
pine Government, lu traveling with
tho Secretary of War.
General Hdwards Is accompanied
by his daughter, Miss ilcsslo Kd
wards. Secretary Dlcklnnou and Ocnoral
Kdwards left Washington a fortnight
ngo, paid a hasty visit to Nashville,
will purchase a
cut to order with, any stylo
of Sciipt lettering, together
with 100 stylish Cards print
ed from the same, at
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
thcro ntt'iiiled a mllllnry tourna
ment. Inspected the military resorva
Hon nt Fort Sheridan, near Chicago,
and hiwrlcd along lo Seattle and
then to San Francisco, They made
close connection with the Pacific Mnl,
lliier Siberia. General Manager
Schwerin of the steamship rompany
personally looked after tho comfort
nnd welfare of the distinguished pas
sengers. He was one of the last to
leave tho u-bscI before the lines were
cast off nt San Francisco.
While hero the "war part)" win
nav a brief vls'lt lo tho military res
ervation at Lellehuu ana nlso.lnspert
the woik thus far done atToarl liar
bor. As tho Siberia will be hclc.
over for twenty-four hours ait the
express command of the l'urli1 Mnl.
management, tho party will 1,i af
forded ample time to look nboill Jlo
,8o.eiity-ovcn cabin passenrcntli.'
the Siberia nt Honolulu. Inuie sec
ond class this poll drew ten' passcn
The freight list Inclii'lrs B2.1 tonr
of iiilscellaiieoui merchandise, nnd
among this shipment nre 1000 packs
Tho Siberia U making a special
cnll at Manila l;t order to accomnio
date the party of fourteen person,
who nro traveling with the He:re
tary of Wnr. There la a big onlp
ment of supplies for the army and
navy departmonta In Hie Philippines,
The mntcrlal to be left thete will
Aggregate rcvIv four thoimnd In3.
V largo qii.uitltf of fr.nl I nminunl
Hon j ynltig rdt to Uncle Stitn't
Tho S'lioila wlrelo'D has been
great)- Imp nvrd by the insinuation
of i,w re":loi3 nn.l I in nsm I tiers.
Opcmior Wall wan able to clearlj
eoininiinl ato wllh F.nn Franclsct
after Iho vessel h.nd reached a point
fccverlcen hmr.linl mllen from the
Pacific Court TJic t.blp's officers
have hope, ltr ., k' greater achieve
ment nf'er letting lloi'iliilu.
I lis; -j numbers: of deported Asl
nllis (ire bcll'g returned to tho Far
I..t hv tl.o Siberia. Of this num
ber nie eighty seven Hindus, while
Chinese iun'e up tho remainder of
two hundred depnilees.
Dip f'Ui'-li'lr mill .Marshall gave
the rel n pronlit pratique upon
irrha' off the quarantine anchorage
thin morning. This was much appro
ileUd l.v the ptrty of representative
dtlteiis and otbeis who wont out in
tho Young Hn'n.' Wntcrwllch to
greet the illetlngulshcd visitors.
Among the parreiigcrs leaving the
veriel ill Hannlulu wns Wnlter 1)11-
lli-j iitipj. who returns, to tho Island
tSrliirliiK n bride. Jlr. and Mrs
DllliL'ghntri wore the recipients of nil
ov.itlun iiprn their tlepplng ashore.
Pilm-cs Kulniilunnolo returned by
tho liner, nnd was met outside tho
limber by John Colburn nnd a party.
The Terrltoilul baud divided the mu
sical honors between the Princess
and the Dlrl.lnson-Kdwards party.
Mutineer W. W. Goodale of Wala
ua plantation,, accompanied by Mrs.
Giodnle and Master nnd Miss Good,
ale. are hunk from an extended visit
piinrlrn Athertnn greeted his
di'iiglitpr. Mlrs Violet Atherton, on
board tho Siberia this morning,
Mr. mid' Mrs. II. II. Horner of Ha
waii worn niuoug tho arrivals by tho
Slbeila (his morning.
Mils Kiln Murray, n ulster of Chas.
Murrny, nrrlvcJ iirtor n visit to the
AmniiK tho through passengers Is
Mis. Aithur llellyer, tho wlfo of n
piomL-cnLCIilcago tea Importer. Mr.
IIellrr is now In Japm making tho
anntiil purchases for his firm.
TlIK TIIANSPOItT Sheridan Hailing
nt nvo o'clock this afternoon for Snn
Franclsrn will carry n nunihor of
ell known nrniy iieoplo, 'Among
Ihoso who fpuo socurod trauipnrtn
(Jon nro Major Dunning. Mra. Dun
nlng, f'-int. und Mra. Gcorgn Mooro,
Cnpt (' Y. L'xton, Llont. II. M.
Gronlng-r, MIfb Ftbel F Monsarrat,
Mro. Carl J. De Iloo, Mlsa Ixjulsa Do
Iloo and Mnrshnll Do Hoo.
"This show cost tho pioducer $30,
0P0" "I nm glad of It." Loulsvlllo
Saturday, July 9
JIM H0A0 of Honolulu vs. SOL
DIER McCOLLOUOII of Fort Shatter
WAHILANI vs. TIM TERRIEN
IKE YEDLIN nf If. S S nimwlon,!
vs. DENNY CROWLEY of U. S. S.
Chattanooga Six Rounds.
T'ekets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Brcs.' CJgar Ctcre, I.Vrl and Fort,
Sttic Seats. 1 V.rwvrn sn,..
$1.50 and $1; General Admission!
50c, Timo called Ojlu p. m.
WILL OPEN THURSDAY, JULY 7
CASINO MUSICAL qOMEDY CO.
(Direction of Frank Blair)
Maud Rockwell Elsie Schuyler
Olga Stcck Laurel Atkins
Onilclon Chase Harry Stewart
Harris McGuirc Harry Qarrity
1 Frank Blair
And Other Favorites in Cast
Heats on sale Tuesday at New Or
lieum Theater. Telephone GG0. s
i'EICES 25c, 50c and 75o
Honolulu Athletic Park
Monday, July 4, 1010
P. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 50c. and 75c,
Fort Street Below BereUnia
DESMOND SISTERS'a'nd SHERMAN
THOMPSON IiT StSng and Dance
J. V. GIBSON Dancing and Sing
Admission 5c, 10c. 15c
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
IIOTL'L STIIKKT )
WORLD'S TRIO '
. MOTION PICTURES
Admission.. T.... 15c, 10c, 5c,
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
1051 FOKT STRUCT
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO, - Agents
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- not! The Royal, Acad
emy of Dancing holds forth 'every
Friday evening at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Fort and King streets.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel
Bulletin Business Oflfc Tlionc 251
Bulletin Editorial RoonrThone 185