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.AUGUST 7, 1911
Our Kriiuil liuilni'ii It, not to see tractions for the Independent Order
what llci illinlj lit a dMaurc, lull tu of Wife Ouys, while local propositions
tin it hat lift rlenrl) ill liuniL Ciirljle. are paying from eight per cent up.
Airmen engaged In long distance
races are always sure that whatover
happens they cannot lull to light.
Kxtremes met with a vengeance
when the Atlantic liner encountered
an Iceberg In the midst of the hot
Victor llerger's kills sound like a
olce crying In the wilderness, and
there Is hardly a man within hearing
distance who does not wonder whether
It Is the voice of a prophet.
The evidence tint Is being given by
eome of the "trustees" would lead
one to believe that they had heard
"their master's voice."
i When planning for the summer va
cation remember that you cannot go
80 far that the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n cannot
follow you a constant messenger
Judging from the noise that Is be
ing made by the contractors recently
returned from Maul, the contract sys
tem of road construction Is not with
out Its difficulties.
Unfortunately It does not occur to
many people that the best means of
getting better results two years hence
Is' to unite for hecurlug the best pds
Bible from the present municipal administration.
Col. Goethals discussing the admin
istration of the Panama Canal speaks
In favor of one man control. The im
mediate Interest this has to the peo
ple of Hawaii is, that Honolulu Is the
first port of call after leaving Panama
and the whole country will therefore
take notice of Its management.
Kev Dr. Rydor speaking from the
pulpit Sunday stated that one of his
first impressions from a hasty trip
through one or more of the sugar
plantation properties on this island
was that we treat our labor better
than men working under similar con
ditions are treated on the mainland.
First Impressions ore obviously accu
rate ones with Kev. Dr Hydcr.
Not all the mosquitoes can bo wiped
out with otie swoop of the net. liut
none of them will go unless Honolulu
continues to keep everlastingly at it
and takes Panama or some other
American standard to go by.
Of course the road workers are not
supposed td'bo candidates for social
sowing bees, but the community must
be assured that the gangs will not de
vote all their time to talking matches
by the roadside while the taxpayer
, provides the funds.
Dillingham's Immigration bill may
furnish the opportunity some people
are looking for to secure the admis
sion of limited number of Orientals, of
all nationalities. In nny case with Its
educational feuture there Is n long
hard light before the measure that
will give ample openings for u great
many thing to be done.
The discovery of an Austrian spy In
the ranks' of tho Coast Artillery re
vives the old question of why nny for
elgn country should huve spies In
our army during times of peace. The
whole garnet Is played so wide open
that spies seem like a waste of
Another evidence of the desire for
peace among tho nations bordering
on the Pacific Is contained In a paper
read June 6 before the Jubilee meet
ing of the Institution of Naval Archi
tects by Rear-Admiral Motokl Kondo,
Inspector-General of Naval Construc
tion of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
This officer stated that in addition to
the large armored cruiser of 27,t00
tons building for Japan by the Vlckers
Company it similar cruiser hud Just
been begun at the Yokosuka navy
yard In Toklo bay, and that orders
had been placed with the Mltsubushl
Dockyard, Nagusukl. and tho Kawa
saki Shipbuilding Company, Kobe,
two private shipbuilding firms, for
the construction of two similar arnior-
ied cruisers. In another paper read
by Englneer-Hear-Admlral Terugoro
Fuji! on tho progress of naval engi
neering In Japan It was stated that
Parsons turbines of CI, 000 b. Ii. p.
will be placed In three of theso armor
ed cruisers. Including the one build
ing by tho Vlckers Company, and a
Curtis turbine Installation of the same
power In the fourth cruiser. This is
the first official information about the
building of two of these armored
cruisers and about the horse-power
of all four. All these vessels should
be ready for service in 1913-4.
If the Governor should appoint
ftGeorge R. Carter as President of the
fc1 Hoard of Health he would secretly
send to some ranch for experts with
the lasso, to stand ready to tie the
t'jnew President down about six weeks
Rafter he got going full swing. Then
It would be up to the Governor to
run and hide.
For Sale Kalihi
Seven-room modern bungalow; al
most new, very attractive. Two well
planted lot. Near cirllne.
On Gulick Ave.
Price it 2200. Terms can be mad
easy if desired.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
T VifAr VjM
Two-bedroom house on Kaplo
High grounds) good view.
Possession August 15, 1911.
Rnl, $47.50 ptr month.
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
Th offie hour of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5l30 p. m. on weak
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. mi and until 11 every
night for ships'
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
r.Mri Dr. ). C. Apr t. C. I ...II. Mnt , U. . .
Ill many Instances the Immigrants
who can pass tho educational test
comu from tho titles uud go to the
cities, whero they are not needed and
all too soon become a menace to so
ciety. In Its equalisation of Immigration
law, the Dillingham bill warrants
hearty support. The discussion of its
Clothing, Hats, Neckwear, Shirts,
Underwear, and Hosiery at
L B. KERR & Co., Ltd.,
mint with (iermany that will, npced-1 In England tho llrltlsli and Foreign
ily let us hope, stop the mud racti In Unltailiiii Association has passed the
armament." ilollbwItiK It-solution:
.Said Mr. Campbell: j "Thnt we, thu Council of I lie llrltlsli
"Sin fly It would be only it question ami Foreign Unitarian Association,
of time befoio such un example would welcome with heartfelt thankfulness
be followed by other nntlniiH. Would the good tidings of stent Joy which
It he possible that thu nightmare of shall be to all people, the news that
menace and iiiiMiiuderstnhdliit; which it Tieuty of Arbitration Is tit preparn-
has beset civilization for the past de
cade, owing to the rivalry mid hiei-
details will no doubt result In changes Jplc,0II t.xBtiIIB between England mid
that are obviously advantageous to (i,.riminy, may be dispelled fuicver.
the development of the country, ns if (Iermany can bo petsuaded to en
ngalnsl Increase of population In tho Jter this League of Peace, the time
cities. Ilawull In any event must bo cannot be fur distant when these thtee
on guard. Immigration law cltuneea 8i't powers will be In a position tu
,. ,l 11,1a T,..lr., .,.,...1. r.nn,l ,,,.'1118181 tliat 11(1 Oilier IIIUIOII Kllllll
laimltlr il tri jlrtatif t1in till uril '
Crate of Six Salected Pines or a
Large Bunch of Banana
Simply leave your order we do thu
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
In all probability be required to puss
upon the question of whether this
country has the moral right to make
rules governing the entrance of one
people that do not apply to another.
We shut out the Chinese under a
most urbftrary exclusion. Then we
turn to the Japanese and Drltlsh gov
ernments and virtually usk them to
restrict the emigration to America of
the coolie element of their population.
This request is given respectful at
tention because we aro friendly with
both nations, and 'as dreut Britain
has colonies that shut out llrltlsli sub
jects from India, that nation has 110
occasion to view with alarm Ameri
can disapproval of the Hindu in huge
A great mass or trouble-producing
low would be eliminated if general
legislation of the character apparent
ly proposed In tho Dillingham bill
were passed. We must expect friction
and ill-will when we make laws that
are not equal In their application to
ull people, and such u situation Is al-
son u retlccliou on the good sense and
capacity of the American people.
While this is wise from the national
standpoint and ought to be done, there
Is u suggestion of danger to Hawaii in
the provision of the proposed bill to
enforce the educational test. This Is
not unexpected. The educational test
hus been on the program for some
time uud It presents one of the most
dlttlcult problems of, the whole situa
tion to solve. If It cart leu, It will
make lIuwuU's work of soliciting
European Immigrants most dlttlcult.
some claim, well nlgli impossible.
Many of thu best Immigrants who
come to America from Europe aro al
most hopelessly illiterate. They ate
honest, hard working people. They
are from the agricultural districts
where their opportunities are limited.
They are entirely worthy, ure llrst
class homo builders, moral and law
abiding, uud their only fault Is that
they cannot read mid write. In ull
other qualities they ure just whut
the country wunts.
SLETUS HAVE PEACE
The Third National I'cuco Confer
ence held at Johns Hopkins Univers
ity In May was it success.
Addresses against the folly and In
justice of wur were made, uud dis
permitted to draw tho sword.'
President Kllut of the Amcilrnn
...... l I... I.... I n !...
. . . . . .. .... vovu. miiuiriiiii jiBE.ueiimiiu nun rein ti ici-
Ar.-.-rwvix---..rv.rv- 1 it..,,..-..,,, ministers in
. . - -
I X i America reraicllnu tho lieacu treaty.
(j! "On the 22nd of March the Presl- nations of thu world has been safely
X 7,1 dent of the United States, in mi iid- accomplished, and war between our
15 dress befoie the National Arbitration
mid rciico I-eagnc. declared that In
tils judgment all Inlernallonal con
troversies, whether concerned with '
tlou between Ureal llrltalu and the
United Slates of America. As icpre
seuting the Unltai Inns of this Klnc
tloni, we make earnest appeal to our
brelhien of the 'New Woild that, uni
ted us they are with us In the same
faith (f thu Universal Katheihood of
Cod and the lliotherhuod of. all men,
they will Join with us to use nil thu
liillueiice they can exert to the over
coming of thu liiiineroiH difficulties
which beset the progress of negotia
tions and will not lest until this first
step towards the establishment of
settled penco mid good-will among thu
two r.rent peoples so closely allied by
our common Inheritance from the past
and our speech of today, he rcndeied,
as far as lilies In our power, hence-
matters of property, with dlspus j forth mid forever Impossible.
about territory or with questions of
national honor, should bu submitted
cusslons upon the "practical meuiis of to a duly organized court of itrbltnt
muklng war dllllcult by establishing tlou. Ho ttlho expressed tho hope and
Institutions which will Hike away the deslie that the United States might
excuse for wur. Among the speak-, tlius ngreo witit some inner niiiiiiu
ei8 were Mr. Tart. I.ymaii Abbott, 'submit all disputed questions to ar-
Johu W. Foster, llaion D'Esternellcs, Miration.
Albert Shaw, Andiovv Carnegie. I This sincere and timely dcclarn-
Wlille in England tho established u,m ,aB made it profound Impression
churches have been conservative In jutli In America and Europe. Sir
expression, the Archbishops of Cuu-' icuwnril flrey, the llrltlsli Secietnry
terbury and a rew or the leaders have 0f Foreign Affairs, In an eloquent pub-
not been Blow to upprovo or mo Arul-.Uu address hits given the recominen
tratloii Treaty, and Mr. Tuft's Initiative.
At Whltelleld Chapel, Umilon, the
other day Itev. E. (1. llrown or Hus
ton preached on t'l'cace," mid soon
after a peace meeting was held at
which addiesses were made by Sil
verier llorne, M. 1'., Dr. Cllffoid, Mr.
Campbell mid others.
llercrrlug to .vtr. JicKennus ,he splr,t of ,,,, ,ms beeI1 ,,!;,,,
"Liberals listened In vain for any
really handsome acknowledgement of
the Injustice mid Injury done Ger
many by the misrepresentations of
her program. The peace movement Is
ulieudy opening the way for a settle-
The Hamburg-American line does
not consider It too early a date to be
arranging for docks and terminals at
San Francisco In anticipation or the
opening of the I'anama canal. Has tratlon treaty under which questions
Honolulu nny plans shaped for this Jof citizenship and Immigration might
great event or Is It to wait and see If .be carried before an International
to open the court for determination
DILLINGHAM IMMIGRATION LAW.
Senator Dillingham's naturalization
law, put before Congress immediately
following the signing and discussion
or the general arbitration treaties with
(Ireat Ilrltaln and France and sug
gestion by the President ot u similar
treaty with Japan, Isslgnlflcant of a
general readjustment of immigration
law In a manner that will place all
nations on the same footing.
It Is highly probable that In this
bill ot Senator Dillingham's the coun
try finds the administration's answer
to the objertlon raised by Congress
man William Kent and the Pacific
Coast delegation to the general arbi-
really going to open
The fact Is obvious that the present
inconsistencies In the Immigration
and regulations aro dangerous
coast propositions and "let and should therefore be adjusted so
through the skylight" still has at- J that au arbitration court would not
Being "let In on the ground floor" .laws
I.Mrt... Havrttil aal.l tlia (anntlOP "If rtflllUP.l An tllA rim tt lllM Pfulltr nf
I there were eleven sheep in a field and I Vesuvius. As they peered into the
f" ulx Jumped the fence, how many seething mass of horror below them,
l.would there bo left?" one exclaimed in an awed tone:
"None," replied Harold. "Don't that beat hell?"
"Why, there would," said ho. Some Englishwomen were standing
"No ma'am, there wouldn't," per- near and evidently overheard. One of
slsted he. "You may know arithmetic, them remarked to the others lu her
?but you don't know sheep." jwcll-bred. distinct voice: "Isn't It re-
, , markabia now widely these Americans
A parly of Leland Stanford students travel!"
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE F.ORTUNATE.and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
ihition his deliberate and uiiqiialllled
"The chinches and peoplo of flreat
Ilrltaln have responded with eager
and spontaneous enthusiasm. Thu
uon-ronfoimlst ministers have detinr
ed In a striking manifesto. 'Wo be
illeve that the great word coming fiom
jthe heart or mankind and attended by
And that u copy or thu ivmiIuIIoii
be sent to our rellovv-Unlturlaii, Pres
ident Tnlt, with the expression ot our
vvurm appreciation of his unthiug ef
forts in the Vuusu or arbitration; 'to
out countryman, Sir Edwnrd Urey,
whoEu noble speech In tho Home of
Crinii.iins has been us a trumpet, call
to wake up the nations to it eoiuel
oi'cncHH ot thu dangers which best the
picscut t.ltuatlon or armed truce; mid
oiisness of tho dangers which beset the
American Uliltmluu Association."
II S CSOODI1UK.
Th electric process of
treating all milk received
at our depot makes possi.
ble tits delivery of an ab
solutely pure, healthy milk.
Besides the precaution of
electrically treating the
milk, we maintain perfect
sanitary conditions in our
daries, and our herds are
regularly inspected by tho
"On every hand theru Is a strong
desire Tor International peace. Hut
this Inestimable blessing cannot be se
cured, nor can an unqualified urbl
tintlon treaty with England or nny
other nation bo negotiated, until thu
peoplo who aro weary of tho burdens
of mllitiurism and who are longing
ror brotherhood In unmistakable
terms that war mid the possibilities
or war must and shall cease. In such
u -situation Is It not peculiarly the
privilege and province or the churches
to create and lead public opinion?
"Wo earnestly recommend to the
ministers or tho Unitarian churches
that they should iimi tills occasion to
promote the causes or peace, and that
by icholutloii convey to President
Tnlt their hearty iipproval or his dec
laration inn to their representatives
In the national senate their strong
dcalro Hint n comprehensive arbitra
tion should bo concluded between the
United States uud flreat Ilrltaln.
Signed: "S. A. Eliot, President
Am. Unltai Ian Ass'n: E. S. Km ties.
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