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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1911.
JULY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
)., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
aily every day except Sunday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
&RCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
ALLACK R. FaRRINGTON. - EDITOR
j SUBSCRIPTION RATES
fcr Month, anywhere la U S .
lPet Vcnr, tnv.'hfit lnU.S H.00
rer Vtai, pout, aid, loreign 13. 00
tpi 1 l2ci.tor.al Rooms,
I Ci.lBuslness Office,
ltiilj, to II 11 M1111II inniitlrr or ti
ml, It iltil) still, mill It N milt thej
liu ill) tlit'lr dill) In ctcrjthlm: mill
Itlnl iniitlcro wlm fullill H mi great
frcaxloiiH. Clnirlft Klnglr).
"Marry its noon its ytm ran" Is the
lylce tlml Dr. Wiley Iihh given In
c young Indies (if the country. That
ay' be why ho has Lcrn In so much
Ar.iIii the, bids for llin Ktrnctiiral
in,' of tho 'Judiciary building nru
Sstponed, ninl Mano.i Is crying fur
iter. All this comes under tho man
ement of tho Dcpnitmcnt of Public
orlis. What Is tho ocuko tills time?
Another argument has lippn pro
tect! fur tnutilcipal government bj
mmlsslon. Ixindoti, tho largest city
tho wirlil wits lalil helpless Iiy a
neral strike. Dos Moines,- Inwn.ilhi-
lietl a tralllc tie-up In two hours, So
0' Gov eminent Iiy Commission ndvo-
ttcs feel that Uuidon Is tho next (.lly
Soldiers of the Hulled Stales iirmy
jitluneil In uml near this cly con-
let,; themselves its a rnlo In a mini-
Srto merit the highest commenda-
Dn. They reflect credit tin them-
lives and the discipline of tho scr-
5e.4'Tho departures from tho rulo of
fould bo recorded by tho sumo iitim-
'br of average citizens In civil life.
(Society life In Washington Is lc-
fjimlng exciting. If disgraceful. Ono
pjongrcssiiiiiii has secured unfavorable
cntlon. by his attention to a young
Itdy clerk -In olio o( tho (lovernmcnt
3iartmentsl and another lias Rained
Imo for "licking" two Government
crks who were Improperly attentive
1 Vhls daughter. It appears thai each
li'pnrtmont of tho Government .needs
'j little Jacking up 011 a proper stnnd-
jni 01 decency mm morals.
! LABOR DAY.
1 1 Honolulu by common concent cclc
,k rites Labor Uay as a dayJofrcRt.
( lie reason" for this Is not a luck of
1 Itcrest In tho man that works, but
I ttlier becatiso of such a Rood undcr
J jandlng between Labor nnd Capital
I Int the militant fcalitro of labor dem
onstrations is not necebsaryr' -
(' fit is doubtful If there Is a pl.ico In
! o world vvlicre labor InViilmlliiiP'tln-
ustrlcs is better paid or treated with
lore consideration In tho matter of
onto mid personal comforts, than the
forking people of tho Torrltory of
Wo havo few labor unions bocauso
in r ft la tint llm nrwwl frit tlinm Tim
g,w" " " ""' " ' -
ibor union Is primarily a crcaturo of
idustrlal warfare. As Capital and
ibor hnvo no serious war, lu( tills
'crrltory, tho union is llttlo 'more
nan a social organization to keen tho
tcmbers of tho craft togollicr and on
eosonably good terms. '
A community that citn-cclebrati1
abor Day with nil tho ovldonces of
ndtisjrinl peaco Is Indeed happy.
Unon his arilval In Plilladclnhla
irimlrnl Togo enjoyed, almost first of
I ,11, ono of thoso famous meals for
flileh Ilaptlste, or tho Ilcllovuo-Stiat-
j.'-0rd has n national reputation. Of'
ijfourso, the bill of faio was voryl
vrench boglnnliiK with "Martini"!
Jwhiitevor may bo tho aquatic trans
ition of that!), and going on,
jjjeunes ClovlsscB," "Gelco do thaxm'
jHjVtnsso" and so 011 to gluco Ml-j
HAdmlral Togo, tho Silent, studied
Mo'card languidly and then turned It
cr to Captain I'otts, tho Amorlcan.
fSaJ'I ( fchnulil think,'' remarked tho
mcrlcnn, "tint' an Interpreter ought
rjcniwltli this," Thorcupun Admiral!
'ogo, smiled, Philadelphia Times.
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SEPTEMBER 4, 1911
LOCAL JAPANESE AND THE
Certain Japanese of Hawaii uro giv
ing expression to opinions that siir
Kcrl their disapproval of tho provi
sions of the so-called Dillingham Im
migration bill. They speak In caustic
This Is to be rcRretled, as It must
bo remembered that the object of a
commission appointed to study Immi
gration problems Is, to meet condi
tions In such a manner as to best pro
mote tho welfare of tho American
people. There nro dillicultles enough
In sntisf)lng Americans without at
tempting to please all other national
ities of the earth.
A long, long road Is before tho Dil
lingham bill. Immigration bills aro
harder to pass than tariff hills, mid
while there Is much doubt regarding
what Congress may do to the -tariff
next winter, not tho slightest doubt
exists that It will not pass any Immi
Hut whether ('impress pigeonholes
this pnillcular measure or not, tho
Dillingham bill presents tho Immigra
tion Issuo In clear cut terms, nnd as
It should bo presented.
It might as well bo accepted as 11
truth that tho general sentiment of
the American people Is against adding
to their race problems by allowing
the, Oriental. cooUc,frco,,j:iiVy.t0...yie
Americans don't want tho Oriental
cool In and they won't liavo him. Hut
our Immigration laws araiiiow In such
a mess that they make fish of ono and
flesh of another In a manner that Is
productive of trouble and always a
source of danger by reason of obvious
and admitted discrimination.
Tlie. Chlneso aro excluded under
laws, many features of which nro an
abomination. llespondlng to tho
American sentiment, Jnpan exercises
Its own authority to prevent tho cm
Igrntion of Its coollo population to
American territory. In addition to
these nationalities of the Orient there
Is another clement to bo taken Into
account, tho Urltlsh subjects of India.
They nro kept out because Great Hrlt-
Vln has colonics of Its own that ex
cluilo these Hrltlsh subjects.
Tho sensible mid tho natural, nnd
tho fair thing for tho American na
tion to do Is to pass 11 law that shall
apply tho samo to all nationalities of
it particular race. That Is what tho
Dillingham bill proposes, Congress
has to decide whether tho door shall
bo opened 11 llttlo wider for all or
If tho Japancso or other nations ob
ject, tho practical answer Is, that tho
citizens of tho United States havo to
settlo their domestic problems In their
own way. Wo havo a great and at
times threatening racial problem to
day in tho colored cltl.ciiH hardly fifty
years removed from slavery.
If many well-meaning Japanese
frJJcmlH, dcclaro .that thls domestic
'Amorlcan problem Is not of para
mount importance when compared
with tho privileges granted the coollo
classes of that nation, tho Ienst tho
American can do is tell tho Japanese
with the birds and started out early
0110 inornliiK fully nrnv-'d, "gamo"wrlt
largo on his features.
About I In tho aftornoon ho re
turned, tired out and empty-handed,
"Not a feather. John," ho told his
coachman. "I don't scorn to ho In
John scrutinized Ills master's rea
lm cs for a while bolero replying.
Then ho said:
"I nllus bob. Bur, ovory m'ati to his
trade, I does. Look at mo, stir; I
couldn't shoot If I tried; but, I can
groom a boss, sur, as woll as any
body. There's you, sur, ono of tho
best doctors In tho town, sur. You
ain't much Rood with tho Run, sur
beglnn' your pardon for the liberty
but I'll dofy any man to beat you
with thp med-sln bottle."
friend that ho doesn't know vvlnt ho
Is talking about.
Furthermore It Is mighty bad tnsto
as well as excessively poor Judgment
for Japanese to threaten retaliation If
tho American government looks after
tho Interests of Its people in n man
lier that best suits tho American sen
timent, It must be remembered, If th"rc Is
ono thing that will hasten radical ac
tion on the part of tho United States,
It Is.nn attempt by somo other nation
to tell our peopto what they must do.
All foreigners nro moro warmly wel
comed nnd, with the exception of the
Chinese, moro courteously treated In
America than by any other nation on
earth. If the foreigners npprerlalo
that welcome and that courtesy, well
and good, if they step up nnd expound
In threatening tones on how wo should
conduct our own affairs, the result to
them will depend on tho extent to
which they arouse tho American peo
(Continued from Pag 1)
Tho iwtltloit reads as follows:
'We, tho undersigned residents of
Honolulu, representing large mid Im
portant business Interests In collec
tion with tho countries of) Japan nnd
China, with which countries our (Com
mercial and personal correspondence
through the malls is considerable and
of great Importance, rrsjioclfnlly"'rc;
quest that the department consider, Ib'o
extension of the present mall trans
portation service now In operation be
tween mall steamers from United
Slates ports arriving nt quarantine
ground nnd the Port street dock, ad
vancing the letter malls for delivery
at the Honolulu postnlllcc, to nil such
letter malls' arriving from, oriental
nnd the city in general nro losing
money by not being nblo to till orders
from Japan promptly or to wrl.lix bus
iness letters In reply to thnsc' re
ceived and Rot tfient off as they could
have- dono If tho Oriental mall had
been handled first nnd then the Mou
t if. U
PLANS t JOINT ,;
(Continuad from Pag 1)
dustrlcs us well as 11 reign of care
free, hilarity and ftinmnklng.
Captain Scott Is confident that, lie
can bring ono or several 'of the best
aviators on tho mainland to Honolulu,
give n scries of successful flights, nnd
leaving everybody satisfied, proceed to
tho Philippines, where the keenest of
Interest Is manifested over tho avia
Temperatures G n. m , 7B; 8 n. m ,
SI; 10 a. m., 83; noon, i5; morning
Ilaromctor, 8 a m., 30li0;'absolu(o
humidity, 8 a. in., 7.6G" Rrnlns per
cubic foot; relativo humidity, 8 a, 111,
68 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m , 70. "
Wind 0 a. in, velocity 1', direction
N. K.; 8 a. 111., velocity 2, direction N.
K. 10 a. in., velocity 9, dlleUlnn N. H.;
noon, voloclty 10, direction N 13.
Rainfall during 'ii hours ended 8 a.
m., 0 Inch,
' Total wind movement during '21
hours ended nt noon, IG.' miles.
ItKV. S. I DKSIIA. pastor of the
llnlll Chuich, Illlo, Hawaii, who ar
rived on tho Mnitun Kca last Satur
day, pleached 11 good and Interesting
sermon In tho Knwnlahnn church yes
"tdrilny morning Ho will lij.ivo for
Konn next week, on the Manna 1m.
FlItK CIIH3P THURSTON this
morning look out In Ills' automobile,
Senator It. K. Mnkekau, of Hawaii,
to isilnt out to him tho now city fire
limit, Suporvlsor Imrry Murray went
along with I hem.
IlrliiglnR R800 sackH sugar and boV'
only head cattlo from Hawaii tho Inter-Island
steamer Nllhau was an ar
rival at tho isirt on Sunday. On tho
return trip tho vessni-mot with mcxl
ornto northeast trades and f.tvorablo
IIIIKIKllMJ FIH.M AIISOIMIS IIIVAI,
SAN I'MDItO, Cal. NcRotlatlons
havo been closed by which tho North
American Dredging Company of Ne
vada, ono of tho larRcst concerns of
Its kind In the West, "has been ab
sorbed by Its younger rival, the Stand
ard Amorlcan DrodRlng Company of
Tho Catholic Order of Foresters
has decided to ralso tho ordor's In
surance rates co as to equal the rates
adopted by tho national fraternal con
Large Attractive House
" V ' if
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown Distiict
on Hated stocks or on improved
We buy and tell Stocks and
Bonds, and mak Invettments for
others in approved Truat Securi
ties. WU SHAt.I, 1113 Pl.HASHD TO
WITH' YOU '
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bothal, Stre.t
- .. ill
A Crat of Six Salaeted Pln or
Larg Bunch of Bananas
Hlmply leave your order we do th
' I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY -
(With Wells, KaTeo Express Company)
(Continued from Pag 1)
the bar and bir.au to stitiKRle for Its
Then Mrs Nlkldoroff tnlxeil Into tho
frily. Hho pltkfd up an empty lmtto
and rnmniented to batter tho China
man's head, tint It- Motvvrs knocked
lion 11, hH scap Jfi'Iit "oJii. ' '
! Hallrtla II per ar.
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 tlie 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.
m TWIfcE, FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of tile most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
,. Choice Metal and
Hand - Carved ' Frames
Th offic hours of th
ar from 7 a. m. to Si30 p. rp. on wk
oayt ana on ounaays irom o to
10 a. m., and until 11 vry
night for ships'
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THE" VELELOPMENf OF THE
has long sine passed the experi
mental stage. The present fin
ish product Is an unqualified
success, and a necessity In every
Our Thermos bottles' keep liq
uids boiling hot for 24 hours, or
Ice cold for 72 hours.
H. F. WiCHMAN & CO.
IeaDING rJEWEL'ERS '
(Continued from Pag 1) ,
credited to llaldwln himself will form
one of the stronRcst points on which
counsel for plaintiff rlll base tho ar
guments for tho fortuno involved.
This statement, It Is believed by Unv
rle and his attiirncjs, proves beyond
doubt that It was I.owrle who laid
the foundations for Hawaiian Com
mercial's present grentnoss. ,
Tho statement Is made In a report!
i)i 1110 plantation tintcii niarcn s, r.Kii.
Tho report is signed by Uiwrlo, but
under the heading "Future Improve
ments" there Is a paragraph Inserted.
It Is stated, by II. 1. llaldwln, the
liandwtltlug bclllR Mint, of J.J', Cooke
,lt Is declined. Tho paingraph sajs:
"Afler tho completion of tho now
mill mid railroad, tho plantation will
bo fully equipped, without tho addi
tion of any further expensive Improve
ments, to cultlvnto and harvest' 50,000
tons of sugar each yc.ir."
According to tho sworn depositions
that havo been made dining (he Inst
three weeks, all on behalf of the de
lense liwrlo was all Inefficient mali
nger and his lncnniteucy was the
reason for his ils6h:trRO. Tho para
graph above quoted wilt bo relied up
on to show that In tho short time
that IjiwHo was, at the head of the
plantation, he put it on n flfty-Uinu-sand
ton basis, which ho had agreed
to tin. Ills suit is brought to recover
tho difference In tho vnluo of his stock
ns'lL would havo been when thu plan
tation actually produced tho fifty
thousand Ions, and as It was when
he was foiccd to sacrlflco It and get
Many Discredit Lowrle.
Witness after witness has appear
ed and testified that 1iwrlo was
linrsh to his men, a driver, n hard
disciplinarian, temperamentally unfit
ted for the position. Against this the
plaintiff's attorneys, It Is evident from
Dip examination of witnesses during
the taking of depositions, here, will
put thu facts as to tho crops prtiduc
oil by Hawaiian Commercial while
grows in pop
ularity. At fits.
It's easy. The shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model for
the young man.
With the popular high heel
and toe. '
And alt the Crossett com
"Maizes M's mik E?
$4 to $6 eVerywaere.
Uwl A. Crossett, Inc., MaluTa
Manufacturer's Shoe Go.
m ' ?m.
. FOR THE - ,f ., .
Liberal Installment Payments
If You Havo Scalp or 'Hair
Trouble, Take Advantage
of This Offer1.
Wo trfuld not nffora" to so strongly
endorso Iloxnll "93" Hnlr Tonic, nnd
continue to sell It ns Wdo, If it'dld
not do nil we claim It will. Should
our enthusiasm curry us away, nnd
Ilexnll "D3" Hair Tonic not give cntlro
satisfaction to the users, they would
lose faith In us and our statements,
nnd In consequence our business
prcstlgo would suffer.
We assure you that if your hair la
beginning to unnaturally fslkout or
If you havo nny scnlp trouble, uexnll
"93" Hnlr Tonic will promptly crndl-
cnto dandruff, stimulnto hnlr growth
and prevent premature baldness.
Our faith' In llcxall "03'V-Hnlr
Tonic Is so strong .that we ask' you
to try It on our positive guarontco
Hint your money will bo cheerfully
refunded If It, docs not do as wo 1
claim. Two sires, R0c. and $1.00.
Sold only at our store The Itexall
Store. Ilonsoh, Smith & Co. Ltd. " .
I.owrlo was lis' manager nnd Imme
diately afterward, tho letters written
to the management byf .Interested
stockholders and agents and 'the letf
tlmonyt of somo of the dcfenso'B wit
Although tho case has occupied a
long time 'In getting to Its present
stage, tho both parties to tho suit
stem to havo prosecuted tho matter
diligently, but so great lias been the
miss of cvldcnro taken tlintjt Is only
now tho matter Is coming tip' for rlhnl
nmument. It may bo postponed a
little bejoiul November, ns tho do)
hI t Ion taken hero must bo read to
the auditor In court In Massachusetts.
James II. Cotter, of Iloston, counsel
for the 1 plaintiff, left I6n tho Korea '
last Saturday' for the mUUland. Judfco'
lt.,1). Sllllman, of Ne York.tfena,?'
formerly of Honolulu, who, with Mr.
Co'.lcr, arrived lioro Inst month to
represent Iowrlc during the taking
of ilcposlllons, will Icavo by tho next
boat for tho mainland, according to
his present planB, ,
IN FOREIGN J'ORTS., T'
Monday, Sept. 4. ,'
(WAYS HAIinOIt Salfcd. ISept. 2:
t'thr. Helcne, for Honolulu.
1'OtlT TOWNHKNl Arrlvetl. Sopt.
.1: Schr. A. F. Coats, from HII9. ,,, .
ORAYS ItATtnon Arrived, Sopt. J: t
Ilia no. Newsboy, hencoi Aug. D. ,
HAN KHANCI&CO Arrived, Sept. I.
S n. m.: S. S. Persia, hence Aug. i!S.
KOUT llHAOO-Sallcd Sept. I: Hk.
B. C. Allen, for Honolulu. v ,' f
J -u Wlrelen: ' U , j
S. S. Wllliblmlha. docks nt Hickfeid '
whnrf TucsiUy morning at daylight,
100 cabin and '8" steorago passcn-'"
gers, 31C0 tons' cnVfio'tdr Honolulu,.
3 nntos, 75 M bricks. For Illlo;, 77p . k,
8. S. American' Mnm, with mall
fiom San Franclrco, docks nt Ala
kea wharf about 8 n. m. tomorrow
nnd sails for Yokohima'fi.'m.
You might say his. about '
is after a visit to our
Sheridbn street milk depot.
But it Is all necessary If
you want to be assured of'
absolutely pur milk.
Compare our solentifio rt
methods with th ordinary.
barnyard and you'll see
why it is to your interest
to buy milk from
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