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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 17, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 4, Image 4',
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wau.act R. Farrinqton, - Editor
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. . APRIL 17, 1911
Dirt is the substance in the wronj.', place, Jam on a boy's
face and ink on his fingeis are (lilt, while the one on the
Englishman's breakfast table and the othei propeily dis
posed upon papei am tidy as can bo, Rev, "rank Crane,
HONOLULU'S HEALTH AND ITS MEN.
This talk of Federal control or outside assistance in hand
linn the Honolulu health situation is the cry of the incompe
tent or the lazy or both.
The assinity of it!
Here is a community that has stamped out plague any
number of times; that has swung the "irresponsible elector
ate" to do its bidding every time established industry has
been threatened; that has mastered the arts of industry
more successfully than any other combination of men on
earth; that has kept the Territory on a gold basis when ev
ery other financial center of the country was using fiat
money; this community with so many successes to its credit,
successes. that guarantee the almighty dollar, this commun
ity with so many brilliant men of which it boasts when it is
on parade, this community laying down and saying "We
can't" when it comes to handling an outbreak of cholera.
Thank God that the Federal control whine is not from the
majority, but from the same old gang that has epitomized
selfishness and greed and traded on incompetence ever since
the history of the Territory has been written. The Selfish
feed on the weaknesses of the Incompetent.
What shall be done in the present emergency?
What has always been done in every emergency. Get in
and do the work that is at hand. Fight cholera with the
same determination displayed in fighting the enemies of Eu
ropean immigration for instance, and be as ready to spend
money as freely to get results.
One of the troubles with the local situation is that a cer
tain element is willing to spend money like water for what
seems to them to serve their selfish ends; then when it comes
to appropriating as liberally as is needed to do the necessary
public work of a community that is growing and that must
meet big problems, this clement raises its hands to high
heaven and cries out with a loud voice "To arms, to arms,
they are raising taxation!"
When there is something wrong and the righting of it
means the expenditure of large sums of money, this same
element cries out with equal pious alarm, "Great God this is
too much. Let the Federal government fix it!"
A little more of this and the Federal government will "fix
it." And unless the Bulletin is very much misguided in
its judgment the first ones to be "fixed" are the gentlemen
who now curse the local government the loudest and reap
the largest cash returns from its benefits.
This seems like rather strong language but it is absolute
facts. What is there to do?
Simply do the work that is clearly before the people of this
town cooperate, drive, assist and act like whole-souled
Get to work with the Sanitary Commission in shaping
plans for the future. Really start work; don't sit around and
wisely declaim on what ought to be done.
For the immediate present, put the whole town under in
spection. If the men paid to do this work can't be trusted,
let the public know who they are, and call for volunteers.
vuo ai me proniem in an intelligent, vigorous, sensible way.
Ignorant people hiding cases of serious sickness is no new
thing. It is a peculiarity of ignorance the world over. This
being so, the ones most seriously to be criticised are those
who fail to act promptly in coping with a situation that is
neither new nor impossible of quick solution.
But of all things, don't stand around like dumb, sodden,
driven brutes or lolly-pop theorizers and whine "This is too
mud. Take this nasty mess of our hands."
Who shall direct the work?
The Territoriaf Board of Health, of course, with everv
local health department and health officer cooperatinci not
. haggling over a division of authority.
EDUCATION AND HAWAII'S LANDS.
Large property consisting of three
homes and land) width 100, by 140
Near Atapai St-
This lo just the place for anyone In
terested in ItAving rooming on boarding
houce. Buildings are modern and the
grounds spacious and attractive,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
(Itcnlty Auction Co, I.ttl )
we are prepared to manac your
estate and look nfter your Inter
ests here. "You will llnj It great
ly to your advantage to place
the management ot your utialrs
with a capable ami responsible
Come and nee ill na to term.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS WITH
THE OrFICE OF THE
IS OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO $130 P. M.
ON WEEK DAYS AND ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS .FROM H TO 10
If vou with to sens your mainland
frienda half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
Just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, Forgo Ilxprcsi Co.)
an alleged homestead policy that
neither IIIh the situation nor hrlnco
about iho desired result.
Tho present homestead law Is In
Its final analysis In tho effort of mini
one In Washington lo "get hack" at
the planters of Hawaii for the, dim
they aro supposed to have committed
It so happens that tho planters aro,
th) foundation ot nil present prosper
ity' In tho Islands. They may not ho
doing right. Mnybo they should In
thn estimation of somo Congressmen,
bo all killed off In order to Ameri
canize Hawaii There fs at least a
clHTcicnco of opinion on this point.
Hut In nil leasnn, there Is no good
cause fur ruining thn nroiwrly that
Is the birthright of the people, when
"getting back at tho planters."
We believe It was tho same people
now objecting to the Falrchlld bill
who, when the Newlands lesnliitlon
was first before Congress, worked In
tho phrase "for other public" pur
poses In connection with tho Income
from the public lands. Newlunil'H
resolution flrut read Unit the Income
from tho public lands should he used
for "ediicntlonnl purposes." Tho re
sult was nnd Is that thn Income fioin
our public lands has been used for
"other public purposes" with n very
free hand, and very skimpily dis
gorged when It cniues to education.
Hawaii Is today the (Mil) Tcrrllerj
In (lie foiled Stales Million! nil) pub-
If the Legislature of the Territory
wishes to do something practical for
,tbo development of Hawaii "along
traditional American lines" it will
,,1)888 tho so-called Falrchlld rosolu
tlon or something to the same effect,
, that will lead Congress to set aside
definite areas of public lauds hero In
llawall, the Income from which shall
kbe used for education; the Falrchlld
Irresolution adds health 'and we know
of no one hore or In Congross who
This resolution is tho first move
that has over been mudo In Hawaii
Blnce uiinexntloii lo guarantee tho
pormunenco of funds for education
Not only that, it is the first move
that has been mudo lo conserve the
vuluablo lands that now belong to tho
I'eople, but which uro more than like
ly to be lost and frittered away under
lie school or college laniN.
Don't say It la too late lo et aside
these lands. Decause it Isn't
A few years under the present
homestead law and It will be That
law will fritter awuy Hawaii's lands
to the four winds at lens than half
their value, and publ'l6 education will
be ut the mercy of the private land
holdern who will mako their usual
oulcry against excessive taxation
It Is the traditional polio ' '
fulled Sillies to set iisluV public l.imls
fur educational purposes.
Then the Falrchlld resolution In not
In any sense a violation of American
or partlzun good faith,
Hluce setting aside public lauds Is
In lino with traditional American de
velopment, should not the areas to bo
dedicated to the purposes of educa
tion he thn best that tho country can
Take thn Stale of Dakota for In
stance Forty thousand acres of the
public lands In that State were let
ur.ldn for tho lteform school alone
How much public land has tho lte
form school of Hawaii to fall bark
upon? It bus hardly enough to glvo
decent grounds fur the buildings mid
tho appropriations for maintenance
liao been so nlggarly that the boys
of thn school havo not had enough
-Also, In Dakota, 10,00ft acres were
set nsldo for the agricultural college,
10,(i0i) ncres for the Stuto University,
80,000 for tho Slato Normal school,
and 170,000 acres for "bucIi other id
ticatloual and charitable purpurea as
thn legislature of the rltato may de
termine." New South Dakota enmo Into the
Real Estate for Sale
l.ct us show you u bargain on Mat
lock avenue, New idx-roum home, con
taining1 front and back lanals, living
room, drawing room, kitchen, etc. Hot
and cold water, llullt-ln sideboard,
bookcases and window seat. Thli Is
an uboolutely new linusa mid u bur
Cash or installmsnis
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU. T. H.v
We have placed-on Special Sale a large ship
For WOMEN and CHILDREN
Comprising eveiy color that is made, in
Cotton Hose, Lisle Thread Hose and Pure
Silk Hose. The lines are so many that we
will not state here full details. We have
devoted one of our large windows to the re-
presentation of the stock we offer, and can
confidently recommend every lady in the
city to lay in a good supply while the oppor
tunity lasts, which will be for a few days only
I'nion In ISS'J, mid any one who says
that using public lands for education
Is mi old-fushjuiied Idea must be loo
frightfully iip-lo-dule to live
The State of Texas held lb public
lauds for education It derives nu in
come from these public luuds held 111
this manner that iifiiountH to $0.25 per
pupil In the common or public schools
of the State. Texas gets this IncoiuV
also fiom leased public lands, Just
as is piopoued for Hawaii in thu Falr
chlld resolution, which coes Teas
only one better and Includes tho water
privileges anil lenses In the go6d
Wo presume that all will admit that
tho water lights should bo deillruted to
tho public loiever. Wo hopo It Is not
the plan to turn this valuable asset
of thn people over to tho private Indi
vidual and corporation lor exploita
tion at the expense of tho people.
Tho Income from tho land and
water leases of the Territory me giv
en us followu:
IIIX'AI'IT lil.ATlOX ,
Annual ltcicntics from ,Vnir.il(Xcns cs, Nnlcr Licenses and lltglils-oMVnj
From lands leased for
Fiom Water direct to and 1'nstoinl Totiil
'Licenses. l'lantiltlons. I'uipos'es. Heveiiun.
Island or Hawaii.. , l,GS:MJ 5!I,7m;.i.'i 2t!.liS5.25 t 88,(173:10
Island of Maul .. 50,100.0(1 " 3,iiS.0i) li.Hlli)il Gli.ri53.00
Island of Molokal.. 2,0112.00 JS.U'JL'.UU
Island of O.ihu ... 3,055 U0 5.110 50 13,7iH.0(). 2l,!)2!).50
Island of Kauai... 0,83100 13.SU1.70 3,571.80 33,297.50
(17,07 1. (Ml
The record of tho laud olllco wo ho
lleve will show that, the people, today
have less assets In public lauds than
they had two je.irs ugoruud with the
loss of this pioperty they are not
leaping n cominensiiralu return in
either, new population, Independent
homesteaders, Inci eased taxation or
any other foim ot tunglblu or in
Tho birthright of (lie people. Is lin
ing dissipated, and public education
must light for all It gets.
The no-culled Falrchlld plan Will
check this waste. Fiirthuriuoio when
It lu brought befoio tho members of
Congress, the penpln of Hawaii will
be talking to thu Congressmen In
terms with which they uro and havo
been acquainted since (ho foundation
of thn Nation mid thn organization of
new Teirllorles began'. This Is no ex
ceptional legislation. It Is thn Amer
ican plan It dates back to 17S5, when
Congress first enncted u law that
"thorn bhall bo reserved the lot No,
1(1 of-overy township for thn maliile
nuiicn of public schools within said
To aihaiue (he claim that the 1'nlr
chllil bill lipids the Aiiierli'.m
scheme nf dfii'liipiiiciil Is lo clialli'iige
llicrrtoril of American hlsliirj.
Such a claim inu.it he miidu either
through Ignorance or Is Inspired from
a desire to defeat thn Falrchlld meas
ure because It Interfere!) with some
82,510 25 51,758.05 $201,815.30
private scheme to get control of pub
rlc luuds and public water rights.
Thu principle of this resolution Is
right. It will ho recognized when It
Members of the present Legislature
cannot bettor put themselves on rec
iii d for American development than
to volo for it though thn claim Is
mudo that enough votes have been
lined up to bent It and thus prove to
tho American public t tint ulthough
much or Hawaii's public land .has
been wusted, tho people Intend lo re
tain u few thousand noes, for thu
benellt of posterity, and those few
thousand ncres not llin worst, but the
best or the lands vvilhlu the Tcrrb
tlciil.ir Boosts ot the Territorial Hoard
The Utile seal let fever genu crcuted.
sad liuvoc among u large percentage
or children In the big' party Quaran
tine wan therefoie decided upon after
II Kelllllll coiisullutliin.
Inspector In Charge Itayimmd C.
III own nf (be Federal Immkrnnt sta
tion has "not even begun bis labors
with the large delegation. He nnd bin
active assistants have u goodly num
ber or question to put in the new ar
rivals here. The catechism Is onu tliut
Is not only of the highest Importance,
but which also -ciilrca much time.
The Immigrants who arrived litre by
(lie llrltlsh steamship Orterlc are now
divided Into tun groups. The Kp.in
lards are beliiK kept at thn Channel
wharf, where Improvised bunks havo
been titled. Tho people are, however,
well housed mid lire given three square
inrnls each day. They will be required
to remain there for some days set, and
a Kinerul detention of seven days from
tlm manifestation of the last caso of
seal lei fever may bo Imposed by the
The l'ortugueso nro enjoying llfn nt
the Federal quarantine station. They
will undergo tbo namo period or quar
antine us their Spanish brethren. ,
There Is ut present a brief lull at
the I'eihr.il Immigrant station
The great building, with Its lofty roof
tun! Kiihles. Its wide con biers and spa
clous' rooms for the le'ceptlon of the
stranger Vwllliln the gules, bus been
nude clean mill wholesome, iivvNllliig
the letiiin of soniH llfleen hundred
Hpanlsh and I'ortiitfiiesH Immigrants
who are nt the present time the pur-
(Contlnued from Pag 1)
We have a now Una of imported
excellent timekeepers and se
lected especially for the pleasing
tones of the striking.
The prices ore moderate,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
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