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sWliat do we live for, if it is not
tomake life less difficult to each
other I Qeorue Eliot.
Why docim't some ono want to
licar what Mr Taft tins to suy?
Who iR HanawaklT Ho's the man
who will iau Fort street wl.cn ho
pets Into power.
Jiiet what tho wiseacres or lliu town
Intend that tlto Tort street pavement
shall liecomo Is still on thn list or
Itoosevclt will probably tell uh
that no grcnt victories ror Progress
were over won without suffering
Don't study tho iilutrorm on which
you woro elected with n view to dis
covering how many holes there are
to crawl through.
lied Cross workers tackling tho
mosquito pioblcm liavo given evl
tlence or doing something worth while
rfght hero mid now.
U sugar should touch four cents
before the new crop starts In, It
would be a liappy surprlso ror the
liugar stock talent or Honolulu.
It Is a part or jour business to sco
that every man elected to offlco In
this Territory keeps tho promises
made the people through tho party
K. 1). Tcnney Is a good man to liavo
at the head or tho l'lantcrs' Associa
tion during a year when tho price or
sugar Is low. Ho alwuys llgurcs from
What could bo better ror tho winter
Reason than a bigger nnd better Ha
waiian band? Except Tor tho paving
or Fort street what would the people
Slnco the aviators can start from
tho deck or a cruiser, ,wo can now
understand tho use or thoso crow's-nest-baskct-mnsts
that decorate, our
nhlps or war.
It is Hellglon to send missionaries
nmong foreign peoplo to convert them
uml then refuse to receive tho con
certs Into fellowship as coworkcra
Hut it is not Christianity.
Tho Outlook In Its after-the-clec
Hon Issue will show how many Pro
gressives have been elected, nnd
the record will not be a bad one
'though Now York was lost.
Honolulu has fifteen new problems
tery mlnuto and not ono or them
Is anything but tho result or what
our own peoplo hnvo, by their various
activities, brought upon themselves,
Not In years has tho record or tho
Block Hxchnngo shown that the an
nual meeting or tho Hawaiian, Plant
ers' Association has bad anything but
ii depressing effect on stock quota'
Our friend Moxlco Is stirring up a
real rumpus, Tlio only thing to serf
ously regret Is tho Impropriety or at
lowing tho rrlondly Toxnns, single
handed nnd nlono, to tnko care or any
thing that may come across the bord
er f I out tho south.
Honolulu has succeeded In discount
ing moit everything that can happen
to tho sugar business In tho future;
but there Is no reason why tho small
buyers should not wait till all the
timid ones havo shaken themselves
freo from tho market.
President Pfotenhnuor'n annual ad
dress to tho Planters' Association. Is
proof that tlio' leaders or the BUgar
industry appreciate bettor than uny
others that the day or sugar lord
feudalism passed long ago. The chief
purposo now Is to build" up n perma
nent nnd contented population. It Is
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Pet Six Montot O .Bo
ftr VMr, nywhit in U.S. ., .. I.oo
Pet Yur anywhere n Cantdft... I. Bo
Per Year itfMtli!, louisu 3.twt
entered at Ike Pojloffire at Hooolita
ai lecond-ctait matter.
.NOVEMBER 15, 1010
'This jenr of HMO Is drawing to a
close. The records or population and
harvests which aro the Index or prog
rest show vigorous national growth
and the health nnd prosperous well
being of our communities throughout
this land nnd Inour possessions be
yond tbu seas. These blessings have
not descended uikiii us In restricted
measure, but overflow nnd abound
They aro tho blessings nnd bounty or
"We continue to bo at peace with
the rest or the world In all essential
matters our relations with other peo
ples aro hnrmonlous with nn ever
growing reality or friendliness nnd
depth of recognition or mutual de
pendence. It is especially to bo noted
that during tho last year great prog
ress has been achieved in the cause or
arbitration nnd tho peaceful settle
ment of International disputes.
"Now, therefore, I, William Howard
Taft, President or the United States or
America, In accordance with tho wlso
custom ot tho civil maglstrato since
the first settlements in this land, and
with the rule established from the
foundation or this Government, do ap
point Thursday, November 24, 1910, as
n day or national thanksgiving and
prayer, enjoining the people upon that
day to meet In their churches for tho
praise or Almighty God and to return
heartfelt thanks to lilm ror nil his
goodness and loving kindness."
No one cares now whether Doss
McCaiidloss is selling his sugar
stocks or not. What the peoplo want
to know Is to what extent Campbell
Is making good in enlisting European
Immigrants. Tho expenses aro al
ways being paid by the taxpayers.
Don't forget that tho Republicans
would have had a real strugglo had
tho Democrats enough sense to have
adopted tho Immigration plank of
Senator McCarthy. All or which
should bo a lesson for tho improve
ment or the Immigration ndmlnlstra
WHAT WOl'UHHRIST DO?
What the Ilullotin would like
to ask of the Christian Associations
that make distinctions' as to the raco
and nationality of their membership
Is this: .
Did Christ, when on earth going
about among men doing goad, iiBk of
thoso with whom ho worked that thoy
should be or any' particular ruco or
crocd before thoy could como Into fol
lowshlp wltli hlmt
Judging from the teachings of tho
Dlble, the position taken by some ot
the leaders of the local Y. M. C. A. Is
ridiculous to a .great many.
OAHU'S REPRESENTATION ,
Oahu members of tho Legislature
aro well within tho rights of worthy
ambition in wishing to havo tho
Chairmanship of tlio House Flnnncu
Commltteo controlled by nn O.tliu
The old tnlk or Oahu "hogging It
nil" will no longer hold good. This,
county has stood aside ror two otj
tlireo legislative sessions and allowed
Its friends from the other Islands tq
do as seemed to them best with tho,
management of our local finances.
The cry of "Oahii hogging It all" bad
been set up In previous years with
Homo semblance, or reason. Tho old
centralized government hud run
things to suit tho will or a few nnd
the outside islands hud not been giv
en the consideration or those ucaror
the seat of government.
Hut decentralization has had its ef
fect on tho distribution of favors. Tho
outside Islands huve done with us as
they pleased and everyone on Oahu
has looked pleasant. J
There Is no serious complaint to bo
offered by Ojliu against tho record of
the past. Let credit bo given tho out-
side Islanders that they havo treated
this city with mora consideration
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than, in tho old days, Oaliu treated
Let tho best or good naturo prevail
over tho matter, but according to all
tho rulo or fair play in representation.
It is Oahu'H turn to hold tho chair
manship or tho House. Finance Com
mittee, and possibly tako u directing
Land In shaping tho llnunclal legisla
tion or tho Territory.
May we also hopo Hint the County
or Kauai that has set tho puco for u
considerable period, will agree to this.
Wo all want the Legislature harmon
ious. MORE DROPS FOR
Pioneer Now Fifty-fivo Points
Lower Than Price Last
, Mora drops nn tho stock market.
It's getting to bo an old story, but
the stock brokers and speculators,,
aren't used to It jet.
Real Estate for Sale
Someone can secure n nice home
in KAIMUKI at a discount of 10
Ion its actual cost, owing to the fact
' that the owner has left the country
and wishes us to make a quick sale,
Cash or instalments. Particulars at
our, ofllce. t
We have also n $2000 bargain on
Kalakaua avenue, t
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
A Full Display of
This morning Oahu went down to
2Ci.7ri, while Pioneer ' nt 180. This
Is a drop or flfty-llvo points tor l'lo
neer since m-t' summer.
Trading was ralrly brisk today.
but thn market shows no signs or
buoyancy. Pioneer. Kwn. Olnn and
Bcvcrnl bonds -were changing hands.
Klvo dividends woro do-larcd 30c
ror Hawaiian Sugar, the samo rpr
Oahu. 7fic for'O. It. & L. Co., $1 ror
Popeokoi) nnd "tic ror Wnlalua.
There Is quite a Bcramnlo lor the
position or clork to the city nnd
county Hoard or Supervisors, nnd
thus far tho names or John K. Ka
huenn and M. S. Deponte havo been
entered In tho lists. Tho mnttcr ot
a sultnblo appointee was brought up
beioro tlio board last night, anil Kn
liuena appears to hnvo the best ot
tho rn-e. in that ho ban received
the warm endorsement or City nnd
County Cleric KalauoUalanL
ii,ltmsrm!f '''wpi?j& J
(Continued from Pap 1)
senlcd wcro thoso on Kxporlmeut Sta
tion nnd on Hunting and (Cutting.
Hteady progress by tlio KxplTlment
Htatlon Is noted, together wjth a
number of Interesting line. til re
search nnd laboratory work' under
taken. Tho Commltteo on Hurtling Ik-loro
Cutting has an Important report Inn
Hint, It Is confidently stated that the
new method of harvesting cane, by
burning over tho field btforo thn
caiio is taken off, results not, only
In a grent saving of time and .labor,
buU what Is more Important, seems
to have no appreciably bad effect on
This report Is presented by L.
Welnzhelnier, chairman of tho com
mittee, and his conclusions arc cor
rohorntcd by II. MtCubbln, engineer
or McIIrjde plantation, nnd Chemist
In bis report Chairman Wolnz
hoimcr notes the following In favor
or tho new system:
Advantages In Cutting The men
can eaBlly see the stalk right down
to the ground nnd therefore mnko a
good, clean cut, every slick being cut
Into tho ground, leaving no stumps
or enno behind. Also where there
aro a lot .of stones, these can bo nlso
seen, which ptcVelits the men from
hitting them, thus saving a lot of
time otherwise lost In sharpening
Advantages In Packing After
enough cano Is cut hair of the, gang
begins to park to the Hume in orucr
to keep tho Humors In enne., The
packers gather overy stick and pack
it much easier nnd quicker than if
It were not burnt. They can nlso
see where to step, which Is a great
advantage with us, as two-thirds or
our Holds aro on steep slopes and mo
covered with stones.
Advnntage In riumlng The samo
ndvantnge holds good here as, with
the packing evory Btlck can bo
gntheicd, where In former years n
lot of cano was left In the trash
along tho flume.
Advantage In Overseeing One
overseer can easily look nfter tlvreo
or lour gang , besides taking tho
nnmbeis or the cars of each separate
gang, ns he does not hnvo to pay so
much attention to the cutting and
loading as formerly.
Advantages In Flume Carrying and
Track Ikying The' Hume packers or
portnble t. ck men liavo tho same
advantrr '"'n cano packers; they
aro nb e o whore they are go
ing. As Hie Hume packers use two
pack nnlmn in packing tho, flume
It I- v.ucl easier Tor tho animals as
we" a" tl.o men. Tho flume layers
or poi table track men fcnvo clearing
tho trash from tho llumo lino or
Hack, mid can sco If there nro any
obstacles, such as heavy stones, holes.
etc., In their way which they could
not seo If the trash were not burnt,
rometlmcs causing them to havo to
change their lines, which means a
loss or tlmo.
Advantage In Hauling Js much
safer for tho reason that tho driver
and hrnkcmeii can sco the ground,
taking ndvantngo of the good places.
Advantage In Kntoonlng The ra
toons como up quicker and better.
It stands to reason that as nothing
will prevent tho eyes from sprouting
very soon after the rane has been
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xiut, tho burnt cane, has. the ndvnn'.jrcsa In this Important particular,
tnge of commencing to grow- Immedl- Halpli llosmer, Territorial suporln
ntely, whereas U the trush was loft tendent of forestry,' reports that n
on the ground for several weeks, this number of plantation nnd ranch
'time would to n certain extent he
lost. Wo raise .100 to 400 ncres or considerable scale, nmong llicm tho
ratoons, which get tho benefit of the Moloknl Ranch Compa'ny, the Par
four or' five weeks' longer growth. Jkcr Hnnch, tho Honolulu Plnnlntlon
The harvesting of crop 1910 shows Company, tho Wnlnlua Plantation
a saving both In labor and expenses Company nnd the Lannl Company,
as follows: I J'r. llosmer has now under consld-
i jut u Bayed 1C.711 dayB or C43 erntlon a comprehunslvo plan for to-
men at 20 days, or 80 men nt 20 days forestatlon on Lannl.
ror tho eight months or harvesting. Tho commltteo on labor-saving do
Theso 80 men could bo used ror oth-1 vices, through Cbnlnnan John T.
cr work, llesldes n large number of r Molr, has little to report, as tho
men aro saved, not having- to make ( present mnchlnery used seems to bo
any more tiro brakes, and not iinvmg
to burn after tho harvesting.
2nd Ono man harvested per ilay,
0,43 ton, more.
3rd Ono man earned per day lie
4th One, ton of cane cost $0.4pfl
less, br,'on our last crop an actual
saving' of $799.22.
NeWBuildingi for Station.
t'The' report ot tho experiment sta
tion committee is submitted by
Chairman E. H. Wodchouse. It is fol
lowed by detailed reports rrom the ex
periment btatlon Itself. In his report,
the chairman on behalf or tho com
mittee recommends the erection or n
concrete building ror tho station to
take the place or the overcrowdod
quarters used nt presont. It also
recommends tho securing ot a larger
experimental field, located near ono
of the nearby plantations.
C. K. Kcknrdt, director of tho sta
tion, .submits a detailed and thor-
ough statement of tho work tor the)
.- .. . I
..n.4 a.Anfe i.'Atrnpnnia nrnrrrnKB ill" i
ward exterminating- the enne-borer
Is noted. The work or Assistant En
tomologist V. Mulr, In locating n
parasitic enemy or tho borer In Now
Oiilnen. nfter four years' work In tho
Malay Peninsula. Is made tho sub
lect ot hearty praise. Tho gist ot
tho report on the borer parasite Is
At the presont tlmo then we are
nble to report that theborcr para
slto has bred freely hero In captlv.
Itv In Hawaiian borers; nnd thu fact
that tho more nearly tho conditions
undor which it Is bred approach tho
natural "ones, tho hotter it thrives,
gives great hopes that It will bo
come established at large. In n fow
months It may bo possible under
very ravornble circumstances to find
If In tho cane fields. Should It con
tinue to breed In tho cages during
tho winter months as freely as It
has already dono. It will bo posslblo
to supply all bndly-attacked planta
tions with colonies within six
months. To start tho paraslto suc
cessfully on any plantation, tho fol
lowing points must bo observed: tu
The field where tho colony Is plant
ed should contain a good supply of
borornt that spot; (2) It should not
be harvested for at least six
months; (3) tho spot chosen should
bo near or adjoining younger cane,
whl:h latter must bo of Buch size
that It will contain borer berore the
old cano Is harvested, lly this ar
rangement the parasites will bo ablo
to spread Into the younger cane be
rore the old Is removed, nnd this Is
particularly necessary on planta
tions where 'tho fields are fired bo-
rnro harvesting. In cases where an
area or old enno can be leU stand
ing unhnrvested nround tho plnco
where tho colonics nro first liber
ated, still better results may bo an
HclpatPd. Unllko the natural ciio
piles or leaUiop;ier, I expect that
tho efficiency or borer parasites
would bo much nlded by thorough
Tho results ot other entomologi
cal work aro noted, Including that
on the horn-fly, tho cnno-lcaf roller
nnd other enemies or (tino. Studies
or plneapplo diseases aro reported.
New Enemv to Cane.
An intciestlng report Is mado on
a serious cano disease that now
threatens the sugar crop ot FIJI, Its
symptoms aro a peculiar scries (it
, elongated' swellings or galls on thu
.under surfaces of the leaves Induced
by prasljeuf It Is urged that every
posaililo precaution lie taken to pro-
vent this dlseaso from getting a foot
hold In Hawaii. The work or the
substations la reported on as well as
Tho commltteo roport on tho mnn
ufacturo of sugar and utilization of
by-products Is taken up mostly with
reports on burning before cutting,
which carry out thu contusions al
Tho forestry commltteo, tin ough
Chairman J. Watt, has an Interest'
Inff report, which shows steady prog.
ompnules linve planted rorcsis on-n
Tho samo may
be said, ot the committee on cutting,
loading nnd transportation, ror
wlilrh, Chairman A. Homer Bays that
nothing new has been developed In
tho past twclvoi months, t However.
Jnmcsl'oihb, mnnnger of tho) Hono
lulu Plantation Company, nppcndsn
statement or the work on that plan
tation, In which ho declares that
Chinese mnko tho best class ot labor
ror cutting cane and Japanese ror
loading It. Cutting and "loading nro
cudh done for 17 1-2 cents a ton,
The committee on sugar manufac
turing mnchlnery hns n good report,
made through Chairman Penhallow,'
In which n number of Ingenious de
vices nro explained.
Wants Soil Preserved.
Chairman John Ai Scott, of tho
commltteo on cultivation and ferti
lization on unlrrlgated plantations
has some particularly Interesting
things to say. together with some
frunmiinhnt una fmm other RUCaT
. .. ... . ..-
experts Incorporated In, his report.
James Webster, managor of Pepeo
keo plantation, declares ngalnst
burning over thejcnne.flcid nttertho
crop has been carried, In order to
dcstioy all or the' trash and cano
tops left on tho field. Ho asserts
that this results In destroying tons,
of good rcrtlllzlng material, whlcn'
If left to rot and sink Into tho soil
would keep tho soil ,from wearing
out. Ho gives somo good nrgumonts
In support of his attitude.
All or tho ommltteo reports pre
sented yesterday morning will bo
considered In tho courso ot tho meet
ing. Birthday of Dead Monarch to
Be Observed In
Tomorrow is tho birthday of the
lato King Knlakaua. Tho day will be
observed llttlngly by Prlnco nnd
Princess Kntunlnnnolo nt their bouu
tltul home at Waiklkl, ending with a.
lunu In tho evening.
in tho morning there will bo tho
usual miniature yacht raco In tho har
bor. Prince Cupid, the Delcgnto, will
probably superintend tho running or
one fleet, whllo Jessie Makalnal will
command the other.
Tho starting point will bo froml
tho Healunl boat house, going out of
the harbor and making u circuit or tho
bell buoy, before returning to tho
During the day some of tho former
retainers or the dend monarch will
decorate his grave ut tho royul man
Bclei'.m ut ,Nuuanu cemetery.
John Colburn, manager of .ho Kit
plolnnl Kstato, will also obsorvo tho
day with u feast, to bo given nt his
'. ' ; .
Judgo Lymer, first judge or tho
Dlstilct Coitit, has announced his
appointments ot clerks and transla
tors. In n communication to tho
lloard ot Supervisors, Judge Lymer
says tbut tho appointment ot N. Fer
nandez, Dan K. Knen, as first and
second UcrkB, respectively, and
Chang Chnu, ns Interpreter, dnto
fiom October 31.
Frank Gotch, champion, heavy
weight wrestler ot the world, bus re
fused to accept Zbyszko'u challongo,
backed by a $10,000 wagor and a Iluf
fulo Club's offer or a (20,000 purse.
Ootch says ho Is' through with the ,