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Intend tt the PoetolEc. at Honolulu
u lecoDd-cl.i. matter.
.OCTOBER 10, 1910
Hon. J. K. Kalanianaolc.
A. F. Judd,
A. S. Kaleiopu.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTA
TIVES lohn K. Kamanoulu,
E. A. C. Long,'
A. Q. Marcallmo,
Frank K. Archer,
A. L. Castle,
S. P. Corrca,
S. K. Mahoc.
John C. Lane.
Robert W. Shingle
D. Kalauokalani, Jr.
Chas. N. Arnold,
Makanoc C. Amana,
Samuel C. Dwight,
Eben P. Low,
Harry E. Murray,
James C. Quinn.
Honolulu Wm. K. Simerson,
Waialua Oscar Cox.
Koolaupoko Ffank Pahia.
Waianae J. K. Klpau.
Ewa John Fernandez.
Koolauloa L. K. Naone.
would be llltlo or nothing more need
ed to accomplish a complete dlsor
oganlzntln ot the (sugar Industry.
MAKE SITE RESOLUTIONS WITH
Again tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n would re
mind the business organizations ot
Don't explode too quickly on the
Fedcrul Bite question.
Also bcnr-'ln mind that It will be
Impossible to p'ut up the proposed
Federal building ot this city in a
manner to make the municipality
more nearly perfect architecturally,
without stepping on the toes of some
There lias yet to be made it show
ing that tlio majority of tho citizens
of Honolulu nro dlssutlsflcd with tho
.Maliuka site in Its original or Its ex
It Is obvious, however, that com
mtinlty sentiment has not yet ad
vanced to tho point whero It is roady
to place tho beautlllcation of tho city
and Its growth on correct lines of
municipal -architecture as of moro Im
portanco than the business conven
ience ot today.
Honolulu, for Instance, Is not like
.0 great city of Itlo do Janeiro,
vhcro it waterfront was sacrificed so
ar as business was concerned In
order that tho entrance, to tho port
might be beautiful. Honolulu Is
more Ilka Ban FranclFco that, follow
Ing Its destruction by fire, had tho
opportunity to rebuild on lines arch
itecturally perfect, but sacrificed that
opportunity to tho Immcdlnto demand
1uch as this Is to bo regretted, It
It Is well to remember that, If tho
Federal building slto is to bo kicked
around tho community, and never to
Unit n permanent homo until it rests
In n location wherO it will not Inter
fere with any immcdlato selfish busi
ness Interest, there will norcr be any
'Federal building In the city ot Ho
nolulu. When n community votes a second
choice, it" gives the supporters of tho
third and tho fourth nnd the fifth
choice,' tho opportunity they are look
So, gentlemen of the business com
munity, go slow.
lie moro than reasonably cortaln
jou are right beforo you tlo your
Bolves up to resolutions that do not
put anyone on record nor mako n
possible monkey of unyono but your-
Be;es- . ,
Seek not to, have things happen as
you choose them, but rather choose
them to happen as they do, and so
snail you live prosperously, Epic
Now that you are registered, your
next duty Is to otc and vote straight.
Spend Your Money Now
will buy a nlco homo f( ;,?
near I'nlnmn, within
walking distance 'Of.";' '
Trent Trjipt Co., litd.j
Two and four-lenili acres.
Nuuanu avenue, within five
minutes A the'eenter of town.
An ideal piece of 'property as
to, location and size for a pri
vate hotel. Ample room for
swimming tank and tennis
courts. Well 'planted.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
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makes writing a
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plete line of
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HAS ANNIHILATED TIME AND
(let tho habit of thinking straight
nnd you are safo to vote straight for
For four full weeks the llfo of tho
voter will bo one long luatt If lie
liken that sort of thing.
'i The Democratic IIoss Is agitating
In u way that nssureH nothing but
disaster for Hawaii. Voto down the
r.. ... )
'' It Ih bettor to havo sugar stocks hit
" bedrock now than to hang along for
months on brighter hopes nnd have
''"none of them icullzed.
Has there anything happened since
Ills nomination that would suggest
that Oobs McCundleas is an agent of
prosperity for tho business of this
Wouldn't Hawaii mako an exhibi
tion of itself It It ahnuld elect n Free-Trad(-I'arty
Delegate to Congress,
and (him cap tho dlinipc of u low
price of sugar.
Should "' McCandlcss' 'Immigration
folly bu allowed to prevail, tlicro
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
WHAT PRINCE TSAI'S MISSION
According to a reputable Washing
ton correspondent, Prince Tsal, -who
Is making a speedy return to China
after it hasty trip to Washington,
holds the prestige of Secretary Knox's
( Oriental policy in tho hollow of bis
Briefly put, nn order for the coni
Btructlon of tho major portion of
China's now battleships, In the ship
yards of tho United States will bo ac
cepted as a signal ot Amerlcun pres
tige sustained. If our countrymen
get the "short end" of tho order, 1(
means that what some havo called
the "dollar diplomacy" of Secretary
Knox lias fulled.
Up to tho present time the move
ments, of tho Chlncso I'rinco havo
been favorable. Ho confined his tour
exclusively to tho United fjtntes,
omitting Kuropo from his itinerary.
This is characterized by the Wash
ington authority as "unprecedented."
Tho Importance of tho contract for
these ships Is Intensified, In tho opin
ion of the authorities quoted, on ac
count of Secretary Knox having al
ready lost several points In playing
the Oriental diplomatic gumo with
One of the unpleasant Jars stu
fernil by tho statn Department wim
tho failure nf China to recognize New
York capitalists In underwriting the
redemption loan for the Hankow
l'ekln railway, it was ulwajs he
licved that Americans would flnanco
this loan, nut they missed It.
Views of New York capitalists nro
given In the following form us com
ing from a banker and it Bhouhl be
notod that the facts of diplomacy us
ually como to tho public in some such
Impersonal-stylo: "Tho Stato De
partment Is following nn entirely new
policy these days. Hut it Is now only
in the sense ot comparison with for
mer American administrations. It
must also be remembered that never
heretofore havo Identical conditions
presented themselves beforo American
statesmen for settlement
"What Mr. Knox Is doing these
days, so far ns tho financial tnterosts
of this bank show, Is no mora than
Dr. Von Dcthmann-Hollweg would do
for Berlin or Hamburg banks. That
has been n fixed Germany policy for
twenty years, and a casual study of
Germany's International interests will
show that it is not a losing policy.
"But tho present Amorlcan diplom
acy, no matter what It Is called, has
many loopholes. One is tho lack of
eternal vigilance. To Jose ono deal
usually means the loss ot many other
ones. As a result wo are at a loss to
understand why the underwriting ot
the almost Insignificant I'ckln-lhin-kow
bonds has passed unheralded by
tho Stuta Department while Hunting
ton Wilson was Acting Secrctnry.
"To Wall Street, which Is tho con
tributing clement In all these deals
with Chlun, the Irritlsli underwriting
ot those railway, bonds has Its draw
backs. Hankow' lies 111 such a posi
tion as to mako It ono of tho financial
ly vulnerable points of the Chinese
railway system now claiming tho at
tention of tho powers and ot capi
talists. "Hankow was perhaps the discov
ery of John I'lcrpont Morgan, He
gave Its railways tho first Interna
tional Interest by financing the Can
ton-Hankow Hallway. To let Great
Britain control tho other branch,
leading Into the Chinese capital,
seems to us a condition of affairs that
ought to have been averted.
"It Is but natural that wo should
feel opposed to any foreign power
sharing tho benefits from corpora
tions that havo 'received publicity, and
international Importance only through
tho efforts ot American enterprise,
Amerlcnn money and American poli
That Is why the Btntementi Ib made
that Secretary Knox would feel that
American prestlgo in the Orient lias
suffered it severe, reverse should he
wake up somo morning "to find that
real; estate for sale,
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WAIKIKT BEACH Lots with
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Women's Rubberized Coats, $9.50, $12.50, $15.50,
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$2.50 values in White Under Skirts,. $1.50 , , ,
Pure Silk Hose, deep garter top, lisle feet,- 65tfgair
Ready-Made Sheets, full size, 65c, 75,c, 90c
Pillow Slips, 42x36 fine quality, $1,50 dozen, ,
$1.00 value in Table Damask, 68 in. wide, 65c h .
Drawn Work Tea Cloths, worth $2.50, at $1.25 v , '
Another Case of the Bargains in Hand Bags, $Ito$6.50
35c quality in Arnold's Dotted, Swiss Dress Goods, 20c
Table Napkins, 22x22, at $1.50 dozen
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, box, 6 for 15c
75c quality in Fine Lisle Hose, all colors, 6 pairs,$2450
Lace Lisle Hose, 8I2 to 10, worth 20c, at 10c pair
75c value in Silks, all colors, 37 12C - : ,
French Silks, regular $1.75 values, lots of colors, 95c yd
Rub Dry Towels, 50c, 75c and $1.00
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Thousands of pieces of New Laces,, Trimmings,
and-Allovers at Special Prices this week-rpositive
bargains every yard we' are showing. Our Lace De
partment is kept busy all the time, because the prices
we, are selling Laces for during this Sale is far below
regular value, . s
OUR GUARANTEE ALWAYS STANDS GOOD
viz: " Money returned if ,,no,t well satisfied "
China had arranped to let her con
tracts to European nations or ut
most to favor tlie Ui.ltcd States in u
minor degree" This Is represented
as tho opinion of Wall Street Interests
interviewed, "and it is also ttln opin
ion, though set forth from u different
view point, ot tho Russlnn, German,
French nnd llrltlsh diplomats." f
"The nctivltles to nssura China's
clicntelo In this country havo been
many-sided. Wall street Is acting
outwardly through, Air. Schwub, con
fidentially -with Mr. Morgan, Tho
Amorlcan Government ,1s exerting all
pressuro through Mr. Knox, nt Wash
ington and Minister Calhoun ut I'ek
ing. China, 'meanwhile, is between
this lire and Unit of tho opposition
This. Is the diplomatic troatmont
from.wlilgli I'rinco Tsal is returning.
yulliBlrcet, hoping to profit financial
ly, will not watch tho outcomo of I ho
Prince's tour with keener Interest
thnu wo In this outpost of the Pacific
who appreciate tho Importance to
'America's future In this part of tho
world, of maintaining American pres
tlgo with tho Chinese Kmplre.
'Fort and Merchant Etreati
(lotting up n "unlversul" lungtiago
must bo nlmos't ns discouraging work
ns organizing n"ihlrd" party. Den
The moving picture Hint talks may
bo roferred to as n speaking likeness.
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