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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUQ16, 1911.
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European Plan $1 .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
tags cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meet all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Tra wets" A. B. C.
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., .Fort Street.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciioo
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FACING the beautiful park
la the heart of the city,
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capacity of any hotel strnctnre
la the West, and upon comple
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FOR WIDE PEACE
Famous Educator Makes Ad
dress on Cost of War arid
President David Stnrr Jordan, of
Stanford University, miulo his nd
ill ess on war and arbitration last
nlKlil before' n crowd that filled the
0 pern House. The famous educator
mid pcaco advocate's speech was n
masterly presentation of tho wflslo of
war in money, and humanity,, tho, low
er and growing application of nrbltfa
tlon nnd tho part played In Interna'
lionnl affairs by tho world of finance.
Denominating this world tho. "Unseen
Kmplre" he declared that tho money
kings control tho destinies of nations
and havo done bo slnco tho Koths-
chllds first won n footing In Kuropo.
Tho occasion was made furthor
noteworthy by a resolution Inviting
tho next peace congress to holds Its
tensions here. The resolution was
presented by Governor iKrcar and
seconded by President John W. Oil
moro nf tho Collcgo of Hawaii. It Is
"Whereas, The occasion of nn ad
dress on International peace by Dr.
David Starr Jordan, president, of Lc
land Stanford Jr. University, has
served to conveno In tho city of Ho
nolulu a large and thoroughly repre
sentative audience of tho numerous
races that reside In tho Hawaiian Isl
and, Including delegates of tho com
mercial, roclal, civic and religious or
ganizations of thin x most coamopojl
tnn community, nnd
"Whereas, In these Inlands as lio
whero clso has rational race contact
regardless of color or other adventi
tious circumstances resulted In that
ideal dwelling together In unity, the
complcto realization of which on u
world-wldo bcuIo is being hastened as
never before, nnd
"Whereas, These Islands nre situat
ed midway between tho Eastern and
Western Hemispheres at thb center
of tho prophesied greatest theater of
tho world's future activities, the Pa
cific, which should bo kept, true to
Us namo, an arena of peaceful con
!He it- Resolved, That tho residents
of theso Islands by this resolution call
to itlio attention of all participants in
tho movement for International ana
interracial respect and amity ,and
particularly to tho, officers and mem
bers of tho First Universal fifteen
Congress, recently hold In Irndon,
England, the desirability of conven
ing such u congress at an early datu
ou thin aide of tho globe nnd tho pe
culiar propriety of ,tho city of Hono
lulu as the place of meeting."
Resolution offered by Governor
Krcar, president of tho Hands-Around-tho-Pnclflc
Club. Seconded by Prof.
John W. Gllmorc, director of the
club, and carried unanimously at las
night's meeting In tho Opera House.
A. Lewis, Jr. presided at tho mass
meeting last night, und on tho stngo
dot many prominent residents. The
slago was flsg-drnped. Chairman
Lewis introduced Dr. Jordan with n
Dr. Jordan said In part:
"For tho settling of certain ques
tions arising between nations courts
1'uvc met and passed Judgment and
wo look forward to seeing theso
courts made permanent, and tho wlto
provision In this laet trcnty, of .urbl
tratlon is that every question, which
arises' between tho United States anil
Great' Britain shall bo settled, and
nettled by arbitration settled In the
easiest and best way, .instead of bo
Ing settled by an appeal to force. It
Is vitally Important that, men ahnll
not go about our streets shooting be
cause tliotr holier has been trumplod
upon, and It Is also vitally Important
that nations shall not wage war upon
each other because their honcr has
been offended. The can no of quarrels
between nations, ns between men, Is
often trifling matters of difference,
Wo are ready to say to Groat Britain
ready to Bay to Franco, ready to sny
'ta Japan, to Germany, and to all na
tions that every question whatsoever
wo. arc willing to trust to tho Judy
ment of the civilized world.
"So now the development of courts
of arbitration, tho development of per
manent Judicial courts, nnd tho de
velopment, of these conferences at
which International law Is extended
at Intervals are furnishing an easier
way, as well as a less cxpenslyo way,
tor tho settlement of International
questions. Thcro Is no otbor way of
nettling! u difficulty there Is no oth
or way of settling n difficulty, what
ever that difficulty Is. At the moot
ing In Washington last December. Mr
Taft said. that o treaty qt arbitration
blackhead! and oily skin may be
quickly overcome by the frequent
TO DREDGE IN
Harbor Basin, to Be Enlarged
' and Big Coral Reef
Major W. P. Woolen, Corps of Kn
Blnccrw, U. S. A., linn advertised for
scaled proposals for dredging In Kn
hulul harbor, llnwnll, which wilt bo
received in his ofllcn until 11 o'clock,
Ocfolier 12, nnd then publicly opened.
7ho dredging will call for tho en
largement of thclHisIn nf Kuhulul liar
bor, which was llrst drwlged by tho
Knhuluf Railroad; that Is. they fur
nlMicd the money for tho Hawaiian
Dredging Company' to scoop a basin
so thoy could bring tho Inter-Inland
boats' up to their wharf that they had
This wharf will go to the Territory
an soon as tho necessary funds aro
Tllo, breakwater, 1834 feet long, con
xtructed by tho railroad company, with
all rights, will bo ceiled to tho U. S.
The government now wants propos
nln for dredging and enlarging the for
mer dredged basin, nnd nlso to cut
away- the coral reef running along near
There Is nt present' $150,000 avail
able, nnd tho amount to bo dredged will
depend on tho prlco asked per square
Congress has' been nsked for $7S,000
moro by which tho work may bo con
tinued. Tho Knhulul nnllrnnd has tho pres
ent contract for tho reinforcing and
further extending of .tho breakwater
)irevJously built by them. The length
of extension will bo COO feet.
Bhquld tho wutcr by some mlrnclo
cvnporate nnd Mill great breakwater bo
revealed standing nlono on n not floor
ing of sand. It would appear a colossal.
massive wall, equal In height to n live
story building of .15 feet, 15! feet wide
at tho base, with a width on top of 15
feet nnd length of over 1S35 feet. .
The railroad company has been most
fortunnto In regard to securing tho
proper rock. It has n quarry but threo
miles distant from Its nctunl workings
nnd can obtain stones of twenty tons,
whereas the contract calls for eight-ton
These huge rock make tho break
water thnt much stronger and tho big
gest In theso Islands.
Revised plans and spoclflcutlohs for
tho new marine barrack's at l'carl
Harbor; havo.flolly been lasncd. ac
cording to news fro'lu the mainland,
bt',n6(sets!hvobcen received hero,
as rar as. can. ,uo, ascertained, Local
contractors as well ns the army peo
ple are watching these plans with
much Interest, fas It is not known
whnt changes were mado when tho
plans were modified In order to keep
tho cost of building the barracks with
in tho appropriation.
Tho latest news received locally
has been that tho specifications wcro
still In tho hnnds of the government
printers. News that they are already
Issued Is taken as proof that work
on tho barracks is to bo hurried and
that It will start earlier than had been
might, not to roserye anything which
ran not do seined uy nroitration.
No Chance for Japanese War,
"In our country there Is absolutely
no possibility of a war with Japan.
Neither side has a, grievance of any
consequence , Wo hnvq fourid thnt
whenover wo have had a grlovanco
both sides' have shown every desire
to rcmovo It Immediately. Wo know
that tho majority' of tho licoplo on
tho Coast, Irrespective of jnny feelings
towards the Japanese, believe that It
will be wiser to fill up tho Coast with
copie from Euroiic. Although thcro
nre differences of opinion between the
Jnpaneso and tho unionists, they will
yet come to know each other, bettor,
M well as you know each oth'or horo.
It Is better therefore to follow tho
suggestion of tho Jnpaneso bnron who
said that tho Japanese ilo not ant to
go anywhere whoro thoy are not
wanted. Japanese scholars nnd Jni
nncso gentlemen of other classes como
In a cateogry that Is different, bo
cause they do hot corripeto with tho
trades unions. It Is now twolvo yours
slnco any Jnpaneso laborers have
como directly to tho United qtutes.
They uro not coming to Hawaii, any
more. These matters aro not -matters
of difference between tho nations.
"The United States la spending to
day twice as much on war as it Is on
education, and wd are 'spending fair
ly generously, for, education. We havo
not the system that England has 'of
iclle,ving .her grVjat landowners from
taxation, Wo have not nltogothor nr
ilvcd ut tho theory that the man who
is ouriilug a little can pay tho taxes
best, whereas the man who has groat
tracts of lands nnd doos not know
how much ho Is .earning Is excluded.
"There aro threo wnya In which u
nation ran go down, Ono by losing
tho best by emigration. Tho second
I one Is by bringing In (sior stock, nink
, Ing the voting populace Interior; tho
third way Is that of killing oft the
best. No nation over went down for
any. other rouson,"
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from female troubles arid at last was
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wens 10 uiree uoc-
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when I bad taken
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11. J?. IV No. 7,-Erle, Pa.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
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herbs, contains no narcotic or harm
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thousands of- voluntary testimonials
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at Lynn, Mass., from women who have
been cured from almost over form of
female complaints, such as fnilamma
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Sngmtiona (riven, for simplifying
or j sjstematiting offioti work.. t All
President David Stnrr Jordan -takes
Issuo with Adrillrnl Togo, tho famous
Jnpaneso naval hero, regarding Inter
In contradiction to Admiral Togo's
recent statement nt a Now York ban
quct thnt before tho nations of tho
world could enjoy unlvorsal peace
more battleships would bo needed,
David Starr Jordan says:
"I do not bcllovo that battleships
niako for pcaco among civilized na
lions, excopti through helping' to, bring
MU nuuuiiui uiumruiuey., bullous Ut)V-
Ing, let us say, i fi.000,000 to $6,-
000,000 of war debt aro likely to go
slowly. In general, the existence of
munitions for war renders war tho
"It Is not likely that war fleets will
bo abolished by agrcomont. They
will vanish by common consent as to
their usclcssuvss,' Ue coats of mall
wcro abolished. Thcro will ronialri u
need for swift cruisers for certain
purjKiscs; and wo think that an Inter
national fleet for use among unciviliz
ed nations Is a iiossiblllty. It Is (ho
moral force of public opinion of na
tions thnt will enforco decrees of ar
bitration. "When tho bulk of pcoplo soo that
war has lost nil Its primitive mean
ing, that no nation can gain by war
nnd that tho cost of war Is now so
groat that a fow weeks or months will
bring n century's bankruptcy, und
that each nation Is ,liomiil to tho oth
er by tlos thnt cannot bo severed
except nt great financial loss, tho war
Blilp cnizo will como to Its end."
Lund Commissioner Judd, Surveyor
Wall and City Englrlfco'r Gore vlsltod
Kulolouou yesterday nnd discussed
dralnago and, road manors for tho
now bcuch.lots nnd homesteads which
uro to be opened near Koko Hond. Mr.
Judd stated that the land will bo open
ed for settlement ns soon ns pos
sible. 8urvoyor Wall will send out
nome mon In n day or two to start tho
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tjmt It has hecured tho llnest chef In
town nnd h now ready to serve tho
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Are the result of good Instru
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Special , Monthly' Rates
A. iilRl'i-clnps Family nnd Tourist Hotel.
Ilulf block from Columbia Theater,
and on tho edge of tho Retail Shop
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shooting on the Waialae "or
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the, law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1, 1911. '963-ln
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