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P j At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESfJ.
Wnllnoo R. Pnrrlngton, - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Vtt Month, inpvhcre In U S .... ,?rt
Per Quarter, tiyvrhr-t In V S . . . . a.ou
Tel Vrar, tnrobnetnUS M.uo
ret Veal, potuitl, lorclcn la.oo
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
j'-pJ I Editorial Rooms,
j cl,lBuslnes8 Office,
Habit is habit; not to be flung out
cf the window, but coaxed down.
8t3irs p. step at a time. Maik
Culture comes through drudgery.
W. C. Gannett.
King Manuel now 1ms his oppor
tunity to return to Portugal and tight
llko n King.
Immlgrntlon Agent Campbell ought
to tio liming u pood time at the pub
lic expense. Nothing rims has been
offered as u rc3tilt of Ills being Kent
It is too bad that John' Uillngur
liasjo jibo that old photograph which
makes liltn look like the fading end
of u lost emixc. lie is really prettier
tlitinMio photograph made him nut
t.lLiwull Is willing to undertake the
.itnalj.n. .Americanizing a fair number
of Filipinos, but It lias no desire to
rjupport the Filipino Insane nnd crim
J limit) at public expense and public
Of course tho new Hoard of Super
visors will appropriate, libera. ly for
t!io Hawaiian bund. Tl.u Republican
members were elected to ciny out
progressive policies and prmldc for a
Since evory brand of immigration
lins its drawbacks, perhaps Hawaii
will llnd that nowhere on eartli can
It 11ml u people who will bo content
ed and at tho same time satisfy all
tho expectation of our exacting cit
. . .
Goornor I'rcar liming declared
that lie is not responsible, sou can
tnko your choice of who is respons
ible for the loss to Hawaii of tho of
fice of Collector of Internal Revenue.
On ono thing all can agree, the whole
proposition was frightfully misman
aged. Tho icsult proves lack of clll
clnney In bundling tho Interests of tho
people of this Territory
EFFICIENCY THE SECRET OF
This declaration on the part of tho
Republican County Committee will. If
made good, do inoro for tho promo
tion of tho welfare and stability of tho
Republican party than anything that
could bo brought forward at the pros
Hlliclcncy In public office Is tho doc
trlno tlint has tnlwnys been; preached
by the II it I lot In; efficiency Is what
tho people want Satisfy that demnnd
utul tho overwhelming majority will
always ho contented
Anil you can usually depend on un
efficient man to bo loyal to his party.
Few men aro so constituted that they
can bo cjllclont without being loyal
Tho exceptions provo the rule.
Klllclojicy Is tho llrst und lust word
of success in any lino and theie Is no
reason why It should not bo applied
to politics, though all too many feel
that "any old thing goes" In tho po
CAMPAIGN EXPENSE TALK,
I You'caa ubimllyjdp(jiid.on.tho fool
or the. fake,, reformer (o bate nil Ills
outbursts on prohidlgo.or Ignorance.
The honest man wllo honestly-work
to Improve conditions deals with the
facts,' and proceeds with fucts us n
basis In reath liuntle.il solutions
One or the Interesting features of
the discussion of local cumpulgn ex
penses Is Hint the Individuals who
claim to desire an lmpineiuent, start
nut Willi ii string of falsehoods and
miUually their font I unions lire lie
ceptoilllh Utile Blunt of contempt
by itb hicil who huto lo.bo.ir the bin-
doll ,oauroiiDg tliopi'C.nlohind HUld-
-It" is unrnrtiinntti NWend that Hie
discussion of rntnpnln expense linn
n iirefaced by mil nttarli on the
of tlin Tcrrl' ' ' ""'-
,.....,,. ... ......
Pr, Sl Montnl n .!
Ter Yer nyHbcielnU.S .. ,. I.oo
Pel Yer luywhtrt n Onadl.. I.Ko
PerYeir loutiu'd, Ionian 3.w
Battled at the Pontofflc tt Hoooibla
as second -cris matter.
.. DECEMBER 29, 1010
oral system of sclf-governni-'iit and
absolute equality Tor the native Ha
waiian race This shows that the
spiilt behind the tnlk-fest I- not
honestly American, and It Is not sur
prising that the faltering support giv
en the alleged cause should inako Its
punctual capital out or studied and
THE FILIPINO IMMIGRATION.
IMItor Evening Hullo tin:
In jour editorial comment regaidlng
the latest butch of undesirables from
the Philippines, jou say: "the plant
ing Interests will do well to cerclse
p.iitlculiir cure In the selection of
Filipinos " The morning paper of
this date has the following on the
same subject: "Why do the agents
of the Planters' Association send such
people here?" Ilotli tbeso comments
apparently convey the Inference that
the Planters' Association has the last
word In tho selection of who shall or
shall not land In Hawaii Tills, of
course, cannot be true. The Immigra
tion authorities hae the final word
In all such mnttcrs; tho only question
in which I am at present Interested
Is- Aro tho Immigration authorities
using nil necessary care and diligence
In examining, detaining nnd, wherever
necessary, returning these people,
when found to bo In tho cluss of un
desirables, to their own country?
If this latest assortment of alleged
laborers had been landed at Kills Is
land what chance would they luuo of
presently finding themselves walking
I hno been told that the chief
causu of the trouble Ilea In tho fact
that those people now on Quarantine
Island ure not the Filipinos originally
chosen by tho agents of the Planters'
Association, but that the party Is
made up of men and women who wore
substituted at tho lust moment, on the
dock In Manila, for those who were
first selected. If this bo true, or If
these people are dlgenscd and unlit,
why should there seem to bo any pos
sible chance at all of their becoming
a putt of our homo population?
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 28, l'JIO.
Our correspondent Is In error us
regards tho responsibility of the Im
migration authorities for tho landing
of Filipinos nt the port of Honolulu.
United States Immigration officers
have jurisdiction over foreigners nnd
the Filipinos aro not classed us for
eigners It the Immigration authori
ties had tho right to stop the Filipino
we tellovo Commissioner Kccfo would
nine turned buck quite a number of
the last lot that came to the port dur
ing his stay here
It Is true, however, thut the control
of the Federul government over the
Philippines and Hawaii Is so direct
that tho Filipino Immigration would
stop In ery short order If President
Tuft should muku such u suggestion
to the Philippine Commission The
local executive odlcorR, could ulso pro
tect tho Territory from undesirables
by tho exercise of ordinary pollco
Hut llnwnli does not want Interfor
enco from tho President, tho Philip
pine) government or other sourco of
authority. It needs a. c,eitnln cluss of
labor ltn.ll l WUlltS, I" fecuro nun
labor In V manner sufficiently well
safeguarded lo.tf.o reasonable nssur
unco of t)iu people bolng of a char
acter that will meet tho .ni;provul or
The most serious Item of our cor
respondent's letter Is that which ro
rers to the people arriving for tho
pluntutlonH being other than thoso en
listed by the planters' rcpiesentutlves
In the Philippines
If It be true that the plaliteis'
agents unllsl u good class or laborers,
unditurng the ruurse nf traiisporla
llu'n these peoplu ,ji"0 Axtliimgi'd for
a liberal iiilxluro of tile "laklu's and
scraplns" the whole community he
roines lutnrested nnd llm situation
rails for sonictlilng more iliau talk
llnmf 'ljl bus lid I'- experience
hu off-scout lugs "
Illcnn Jails and It wnnts none with
the criminals nnd Incompetents that
Manila might wlllltigl send any
where so they are out of that town
This feeling Is Jusi us keen among
the planters as It Is elsewhere, and It
Is oMIuus that the situation calls for
n cortcctlve In order that there shall
not develop ut u later period, neces
slt for drastic action
(Continued from Pace 1)
With this little picfatory speech
over, binlnefs proceeded Discussion
on the bill was practlcalh nil Mr.
Watkliis, in Introducing the resolu
"This lesolutlon Is Introduced to
it llm Mapnlmtila' V bar irl .t H ttll fill
(II I I ll iMrn llllllin t nuj, ii .
reioni against ine nnci uoor incurs
of doing business We want to know I'
what h going on. and we have a
right to know." I
Mr M'lncrnv, sciondlng tho reso
lutlon, heartily endorsed Mr. Wat
Mns' words, nnd milled that this was
not tlie onl Install e of having
things sprung In Congress without,
giving local business people, whom
they affected, a chance to express
Tho lesolutlon was adopted by n
unanimous vote of the nineteen pres
cut. It reiulB as follows:
"Unsolved, That the Merchants'
Association of Honolulu declares that
piotertion to the mercantile Institu
tions of the Territory of Hawaii is
best attained by u thorough public
dlrcussloii In the Territory of nil
bills prior to their Introduction In
Hie Congress of the United States.
"Resolved. That whereas 'A bill
(II. R. 2L'7S. Introduced December
S. 1 1 1 0 : S. SS71. Introduced Decem
ber 7. l'JIO) relating to the Irriga
tion and reclamation of publl lnnds
In tho Territory of Hawaii, amend
ing an Act entitled "An Act to Pro.
vide n Government for the Territory
of Hawaii." approved April .'10,
lfino.' and 'A bill (II. It. 27S!)0. In
troduced December r., 1U10; S. 'JOGS,
Introduced December 7, 1910) grant
ing to J. T. McCrcisson, Ills nssocl
ntcs nnd nrslgns, ccrtnlu wutcr rights
on the military recrvntlon at Wnl
nnue I'ku, Island of Oaliu. Territory
or Hawaii,' have been presented
without roll opportunity being given
for public discussion In tho Hawaiian
Islands, which snld bills vitally nnd
rorlmisly affect the property rights
of n largo number of citizens nnd
organizations In this Territory and
nre subversive of tho general welfare
of tho Territory; now, therefore.
"Rcsnlvcd, That this association
condemns tho practise of tho mnn
ncr of the Introduction of said bills;
affirms that snld bills aro Injurious
to the Interests of a large number
or citizens of their Territory, and
respectfully requests tho Congress of
tho United States not to, pass Enid
This resolution does not put tho
ncninlnllnh ti rOffird retrilfil I lit lllO
other McCrosson bill, which Is a geu-
oral Irrigation bill. It rcrers to mo
eecond liltl Only
Soven rather surprUcd supcrvleorH
ll.no heen confronted wllh a little as
sessment of threo dollars nnd Bonty
five cents tho sanio hclns luo Photo-.
riraphcr Williams for his t-ervlccs In
iitteuiptlnK lo perpetuate the nssoin
hied municipal lawmakers hy tho aid
of a InrKO ft limed plcluio contnlulni;
koparato photoKruplis of Mayor Kern
mid tho iiiemherB or tlio Hoard or au
pcnlrors. Siipervliuir Ahla nttended to tlio do
( al Ik which lusultod In a IiIk picture
heltiK Kcciirod that Is Intended to
ncloin leRlLlatlvo halls iiIoiik with bind,
lar decorations handed down from
two proWous bodies of City and Conn
' Ahla would Imvo tlio llttlo maltor
of 32.00 p.iseed throiiKh tho lln:incliil
hopper mid tlio payment coma from
the Keuornl fund. i
"What do ou want, mo to do with
this account' asked Clerjc Iluffanili'iit
at tho noon meotliiK today.
"I want tho.ttcaiiirer I" bettlo ,tlm.
claim, stated Ahln.
With u laiiKh Iliiffiindeau doclarod;
"Thcro's nnlhlnic cloliiK."
"Tho picture meets with tho np
proval of the Hoard and I think that
II shoStd ennio from tho Cltv iind
County coffers." miirmnrrel Mayor.
Sccietnn UlvrtihurKh finlled nssur-
IpiKly at lbl. lint llnffrinrtenu Htood
llefnro IcaUng tlio hall, tho Hiiiierl
soih iinlH'd at tlio coiicliislou Hint It
would Ihi best to iIIk ilonu In their
roHM'cllo ponkels VUlnuv 'f Now
Yhiii's ('heel to l bail bill fi iU
(nfiiri'nl nontrlliiltlon ihmii. Jj.-f"r'
tlm lann of morn thnn one mouibor
of the mi (went biurd
Tl clllir U compli'ler1 -, ll will
i Willi ol tip
Throe bedroom house on
King St.; new, with
nil mod or n conve
niences; lot 100x110.
Thrco.bedroom houso on
Knlnknitn Ave.; hard
wood floor, beautiful
Interior finish. Prlco 4250
Savon ncros with two
bedroom bungalow, ga
rage, etc.. In Mnnoa. A
$10,000 proporty for... 5Q00
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Lcnvo your orders for a crate of
SIX CIIOICH PINES nt 72 King
ISLAND FRUIT CC ,
72 S., King Street
A Ni:V YftA'lt MKS3AOR 11V
KINO IP ir,7l AND A HOY WII.Ij
CAM. TOR Till: MKS3AOH
mom mill Is labeled "Tlio First llonnl
of Supervisor!) for tho City nnil Comi
ty of Honolulu." nnil stamls in Imlil
rlvnliy to nnotlicr elmlliir sizeil pic
ture that hours practically tho Identi
cal Inscription nnd depicts tho icul
Initial Iloatd of Supervisor!) who took
ofllco following tho Installation of tho
present form of municipal rovoih
incnt Tho woild'B ostlinatoil Htouin poivcf
In lino today Ih 12,000 000 horsopjwer
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oahu
We offor theso destrnblo beach lots
ultuato on tlio windward r.ldo of Oahu
for lease for n twenty (20) year term
v ut amodornto rental.
Lots aro 100x300.
This proporty can bo reached by
. rail. .
A Bargain in Makiki District for
PORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
- Price $3000
Near Car Line
TAKE UP LADIES
(Continued from Pace 1)
It Is not expected that nny trial
lllKht will hu made, tho machine hu
Iiir testeil nut on tho Rrounds In ItB
first IllKht Saturday nftornoon.
The onuilprescut Kinnll hoy Is In
evidence iirounil tho hnnRiir, nnd sltB
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., Sail Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
,'aRINNEIX AUTOMATIC 8PRIHKLKR)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, HEAR MERCHANT
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
Sharp SignS f
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G07 ELITE BUILDING
i HE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
Hceia and Kalae and will prosecute all persons found
fishintj in these reserves. . ,
For a Good Meal, quickly pre
pared and well served, go to tfie
PHONI2 2011 ' ' . 1IOTKI, STRKKT
Remember! the Palm Test Is "The Best"
with pupped out oH'g and wide-open I
mouth, watchliiK the men put tho
hi); lilul together ready for lllfilit.
Mais Is the only ono of tho uvl.t
tors who wl.l ll in Honolulu nnil
will use this new ma:lilue of Sclirl
vor's, which will be equipped with
n powerful cuslnc that heloiiKs to
tho piano of Captain llaldwlu.
Mtirs Is a little chap, quiet and
iiuarsunilii!?, nnd looks far from be
Ihk the most daring aviator 11) lug
In tho country today. .Mrs, Mnrn.
who lias nindo several IligbtB with
her husband. Is petite and seal ce-X '
looks to have the nerve to leavo tho
earth In ono of the huge birds.
No ono will bo allowed on tho
polo field at Moanalun, for tlio nvla-
tors need all the Bpaco there to Btnrt
Hie machine, which needs n voloclty
of thlrty-no miles an hour to letivo
Automobiles wll bo allowed only
nround tho .oaihvay outside tho
;'.."" ..,, win .. n.miv
fence, anil ns thoro will bo ninny
. 1ii.i .In . iiikI 1inccn.fl I-'IIV II Villi la
cles taking their wny to tlio meet
on tho three dnB, tboso In clmrgo(
earnestly request that nulomoiiiio
;lrleri! will not go fatter than flt
teon miles an hour fiom Fort Shnr
tor to tho grounds
There was u roport on tho htreot
this morning that tho chargo bolng
nindo from the end ofvtho carllno by
bus to the nvl.itlon meet, Including
ndmlhslon at $1, illil not Incluilo tlio
return transportation from tho polo
field to tho riirllnc.
IM I.owU stated most emphatical
ly, when asked about tlio inattor, that
(aroi.o taken up woubl bo brought
back fieo or eimrge. no winiuu n
understood that buch Is tlio eato mill
(lult admlsElon to the meet for thoso
'who go by car Includes transporta
tion both to nnd from Mqannluu
field from tho end of tlio carllno.
MnmiKor Dallciiljiio of tho Itnpld
TruiiHlt Conipany has nliomly Ibsued u
wmnliig to liilendlng spcctatnrs to gu
out to Mo.iualiia early on tlio das of
the lulathm exhibitions. Ho sajs that
pxlni Benin' on tho King street line
(will begin nt 12 o'clock, und udils that
the ilnd ilno of "shop early" should bo
applied to tramp"! inllnu on tliuso
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN rtl,M)S-,Oaliii Island
- 8 U tide llnnolulll llarb-ii Hu
Iriinee (Iiih llimv 1 TIiIh Hum. tem-
Mirarlh rommoil for rorhnrgliig wish
iiiplnccd Ucceiiit'C'i 21, 1010.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Market.
DEATH TAKES FATHER
OF JAPANESE RESIDENT
K. Ono. ono of tho prominent Jnp
nnoBo In Honolulu, jccelvej n cable
gram fiom Japan, Informing hlni of
the death of Ills father, who was about.
bcenly-M'cn oars of age.
Ouo stated this morning that bo will
leno for Japan In tho early iut,of
next j ear, to settle tho estate of Ills
rather. That during IiIb nbsenco from
the Teir'.tory. his business Interests
it. Ill l.n iin I nfln,. lit ntin tf f.lu
cIlfll,cnt,a, fllcIlUs. Mrs. 0no Is now
In roaponso to usuBgcstlon from
John I. dinger, Deniocrntlq County
,Commlttuo treasurer, t(iat caiujnalgn
expenditures In lluwull tiro too lilgh,
Chairman Coopor of 'tho Itopublicun
Terrltoilal Central' Commltteo has
written n letter In which ho In mates
tlmt some agreement to limit ex-
penscs may be made before tho next
Juvfi'lry It liked by eurjdnr.
It Is the gift fur (uristimis. Tlia
glilng of Jetielry dues ,not
iiccrhHurlly m (am (lie Hpcndlng
of lol of money. In our
large Mock jou inn llnd In.
niiiiicrnhlc nrllclcB of uuroin
mini ilenlgn nt a inuilcrnle jirlie.
Our goods nre new mid 'tlio
lines me rrj exlciihlre.
' ' I v '.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,