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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUC8DAY, SEPT. 5, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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for good M-nlcc. Kdiiiiind
llcguiillcso of what their political
opinions may be, everyone lias to liiivc
tho Hill lot I it to Ret lliu news.
If nnjone cuitlil thrlvu on talk the
small farmer In Hawaii yruulil ha llioj,,,u r(),.,j ln ,h Territory paves
fattest Individual In the Territory.
It Ik no longer it question of wheth
er tho extra dividends will he paid,
How much? Is the only element of
Trend of tho Honolulu l.'ibor Day
'crowds In this oar of lllll shows
that love of a horso race Is as strong
as ever In tho human breast.
Theio will bo lots of vital matters
to attract tho attention of ourjieoplo,
before tho Dillingham bill gets beforo
Congress for serious attention.
Whether Japanese residents intend
to protest or icipiost, evidently de
pends on who lells tho story, how ho
feels at the tlmo and tho way It
looku In print. '
Having failed to secure a visit from
either tho C'ongiessmen or Secretary
Fisher tills season, Hawaii ought to
extend a cordial Invitation to Prcsl-
t dent Tart to continue Ills October tour
-to the islands.
It Is dally becoming more evident
that tin administration of tho Depart
ment of I'ubllu Works Is to becouio a
political Issue In tho next campaign,
unlcsH changes to which the (iovem
or's attention has been drawn, tako
Hawaii always leads In one, thing
or another. Tho gold medal and bluo
ilhhon that tho I'lnrctar exhibit so
cured III Sacramento, proves that ono
of the latest of tho new local Indus
tries Is well up to tho standard of Ha
Honolulu's ictiirnlng population will
mako ullo an Improvement In tho
business of tho city and Territory. It
has been remarked with apparently
gooil grounds that tho Honolulu col
ony that goes to California spends as
much money there as tho tourists who
couio to tho islands lenvo hero In a
year. At all events, It Is always grat
ifying to nnto that tho tldo of" travel
lias begun to turn In this direction.
In discussing tho Immigration ques
tion, American citizens born and
brought up In these Islnnds have no
conception of 'the point of view of tho
nvcragn malnlnndor, who has novcr
thought of tho Pacific until the last
few years, and then with comparative
ly llttlo Interest. Chlneso Iloxcrs of
the must radical stripe aro not moro
opposed to tho foreign devil than a
good number of Americans in tho
cast anil middle west aro to the Or
iental coollo. Tho problem that Ha
waii has to solve Is that of getting
legislation that Is adaiitcd to host
servo American Interests in this part
of tho country, without bolng nt tho
same tlmo set aside as a hort of co
Ono hundred thousand IIvch wiped
Hnclo llnspberry walked Into a dreg
Kldio. "(ilmmo one o' dem plasters
fol. mv hack," he said. x
' Ono of tho porous plastors?"
"No. I don't want ono o' do pores
plasters I want ono o' do best."
"I'm afraid my wlfo picked out tho
"Oh, no; but It's going to ho hard to
make expenses. There's n lot of other
hrldgo sharps thorn besides herself."
"It's hard," said tho uontitucntal
lr .iski 'wmfiW't, MmiMmm , r' WrAr:
fet Six Monl m 0
Per Vei, nywhete In )J& Imj
Per Ywf 4nrwhert n Cn1i, l.flo
Pei Year pmlpa'd, foitijin a.cwi
Stitercd ftt the ronlottice ml Honolulu
M sctnuj-ctus mttlct
SEPTEMBER 5, 1911
out In n lliiml Is a tcrrililo disaster,
hut It Isn't half so Inhumanly blood
(MirillliiK as the death of u latum who
wero Jeered Into making Mights to
their certain death, hy "civilized'
There Is not tho slightest doubt that
every engineer who deals with n
every Inch of the way with good In.,
tcntlons. .Mistakes inndo with mater
ials arc what mako Illicit for tho
dipt. MulMin has probably never
entertained a thought of selling out
hls.cnlorprlscs, many of which he has
gone Into and worked out when all bis
friends were predicting failure. Tho
climate of Hawaii would not be balmy
and attractive any more If tho deal as
reported should be carried out. And
dipt. Matson likes Hawaii.
When Alexander Humo Ford Is tho
press agent for a tramping party, it
Is good for three hundred and flfty-
nlnn narrow cscapes llfteen broken
ankles, forty-nine daring slides for
life, and pine hundred and sixty-three
nnnc-suclt precipices dono In record
time. That shows how Ford gets ho
much more out of life than tho aver
age man, who, making tho first trail
oVcr tho samo pall, encountered noth
ing more serious than a nlco sun
burn, it blistered loo and a ravenous
BELIEF FOJUAPT. SAM.
Only an act of Congress can glvo
Captain Sam relief for tho loss ho
Buffeted through tho wreck of his ves
sel, for which the lighthouse tender
Kiikul Is now held responsible.
It was uh by a miracle that Captain
Bain's life was not sacrificed In tho
disaster to his llttlo island schooner.
I'orhaps another miracle can bo
performed by getting n hill for Cap
tain Sam's relief through Congress,
though It seems as hopeless as
chances, for life must liavo appeared
to tho Captain tho night ho struck
out to swim for land.
It Is well worth wlillu to try.
DR. CLARK'S REPORT.
Dr. Victor Clark's report on the lab
or conditions In this Territory Is tho
result of thorough Investigation nntl
a sulllclent resldcnco In tho islands to
secure an Intelligent idea of what re
rornis liavo been accomplished In a
comparatively short time, and also
with what measure of good faith the
leaders of industry aro working.
It Is highly probable that In tho
next six or eight months tho Territory
will hear from investigators who
liavo gono over tho Mold and secured
somo excellent rapid-lira Impressions,
but can't get away from tho adverso
opinions that aro stirred in tho mind
of a malnlitmtor when ho sees so
many moro Orientals than ho Is ac
customed to at homo. Tho conclu
sions of tho latter writers inny mako
tnnro of a show when presented to tho
public, but wo bollovo that roports
llko that of Dr. Clark will hnvo moro
lufliicnco on tho men who hnvo to tako
final notion and make tho decisions
that shape national policies.
landlady nt tho dinner take, "to think
that this poor llttlo lamli should bo
destroyed In Its youth lust to cater
to our appetites."
"Vcs," replied tho Hinnrt boarder,
btruggllng with his portion, "It Is
tough." Catholic Standard and Times.
Boatman Pctor an' mo'll not bo
nblo to tako yo out llsliln' tonight,
ma'am, but Peter's nephow will bo
tifther takln' jo av yo llko.
Kiuly rWoll, 1 luipo Peter's nophovv
Is cleaner than Peter Is.
Unatiiiun Ho Is, ma'am; he
younger, London Punch.
PANAMA'S EXAMPLE OF
It Is quite, remarkable how the suc
cess of tho Panama Canal inauago
nient is netting the paco In tho coun
try for handling public business moro
or less under Kcderal cnntiol.
Alaska Is lliu gicat problem at tho
rct-cnt time. Residents there nro
without much of any government, anil
the gicat American people wero quite
willing that their felhivv cltlrcns Jn
Alaska should get nlon g its best they
could until someone spread the iiowb
tlntt great corporations were running
away with valuable coal deposits, and
Now, Senator I.n Follctto comes for
wuid with it solution, of which u great
number have been offered, or tho
ln a recent Interview Ln Follctto
sn)s, "Tho sensible and practical
thing to do. Is to crcato n board of
public works for Alaska, to be ap
pointed by the President nntl con
firmed by the Senate, similar to tho
Isthmian Canal Commission. ThlJ
board of public, works should then
undertake, tint inop'l to build a rail
road from Controller Day to the coal
Holds, but It should no. acquire all of
tho railroads ln Alaska, and scttlo nt
once in,) policy of governmental own
ership, "It should slmllntly provide for tho
development of nth"!' public utilities,
hiicIi as tho telegraph and telephone.
It should operate and develop tho
wharves and docks and steamship
lines, If necessary, to deliver tho pro
ducts of Alaska to tho Pacific Coait.
"Tho Morgan-Oiiggcnhcluis, accus
tomed to the highest profits of their
Investments, ami demanding to a great
extent Immediate returns, must mako
exorbitant and oppressive charges.
The people of the United States do
not demand an Immediate return. They
can themselves supply all necessary
money nt an Interest charge of lean
than .1 per cent. Hates, for transpor
tation nnd for other public utilities
may properly ho low, with tho capital
cost as small as the Investment would
bo to the people.
'Most Important of all Is control of
tho transportation facilities by tho
government. It would forover remove
tho Irresistible temptation of discrim
ination, rebates, and corruption which
have characterized the worst period of
our railroad operation."
To tho cltl7cn of tho mainland, tho
significant fcatitro of Idi Fnllctto'n
view Is, government control.
To tho citizen of Hawaii, tho Im
pressive part of I.i Folletto's idan Is,
Hie transfer to a commission of tasks
that cannot be or at least arc not suc
cessfully conttolled by tho local au
thorities or tho present Federal de
partments. In other words It Is "gov
ernment by commission."
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bundled feet ftoiu where It had e
ttrtil the vvatir.
'I'h upper works of tho ship was
completely burled III Mags and bunt
ing and It made a beautiful sight as It
mile at anchor Just after the launch
ing. Miss Kennedy, her futhir and
mother, all of wliopt had-ciiino from
Honolulu to bo present at tho launch
ing, with a party of friends, wero sta
tioned lit u gaily-decorated stand
against tho bow of the vessel us sho
restetl on tho ways.
Miss Kennedy threw tho hottlo with
all her strength luminal the bow utnl
It burst Into small pltccs, scattering
vvlno over the ship and everyone
The Kllnueu Is n thoroughly modern
vessel of 1G00 tons, bus cabin accom
tnodiitloiix for 100 pernios and deck at-
coinmodatloiis for 300 more. It will
carry 1300 tons of cargo and will bo
llnlidicd by the tlrst of November, und
will sail some tlmo that month for
Among those hi tho reviewing stand
were President Kennedy, his wife ami
daughter; Sir. and Mrs. J. 8. McCuniV
ess, Mr. and Mrs. C. CI. llockus, CnpJ
tain Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank K,
Tooro and son, Mrs. It. Davis, Mr, and
Mrs. W A. Johnston. Johnson was su
pervising engineer during tho Klluti-
ea's construction. Mrs. Albert Horner,
Mrs. K. W. Human!, Miss Wllhelinlna
Tenney nnd Vcrntm Trnncy, (ill or Ho
nolulu; Mrs. Wlllliin Mntson, Mr. unci
Mis. J. Kirklum, Mr, and Mrs, Jolley,
Mr. and Mrs. (' It. Well and Captain
MUclillvM'or this city.
The Ilov, Dr Minor .1 Savage, late
of tho Church of the Messiah, Now
York, and of tho Church of tho Unity,
lloRton. will ho one of the passengers
nrilvliig on Hip ninldon trip of tho
Sliluyo Maru next Friday.
Doctor Savage Is ono of tho most
celebrated of Unltailan ministers and
8PLENDID HOME of 6 rooms,
Young Street Extension Vi stories, 3
bedrooms. House Is modern, with all
conveniences. The grounds aro planted
with choice treos and shrubs.
TRENT TRUST CO.
en listed stocks or on improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. W12 SHALI, UK ri.DASDD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of Six i Selected Pines or
Largs Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Express Company)
lias been pastor of tho largest con
gregations of that denomination In
tho United States. Fur some tlmo
past ho has been In HI health and In
tho hope of regaining Ills, health ho
started on it trip around tho world,
accompanied by hla physician. This
trip ho Is Just completing nnd he is
now homeward bound.
Doctor Savage expects to remain
on tho Islands for it weok or mote,
nnd will visit tho various points, of
Mlynke, Japanese, chnrRoil with as
sault and battery, nppcared In Pollco
Court today and pleaded "not guilty,
His trial enmo up at noon.
Land of Puupueo
MHEN a man buys something useful
y. 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 FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
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mjmMmmmm&mmmmtii n rrmniiMnni - -mmmmmm mw
Choice Metal and
Hand - Carved Frames
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
THE VELELOPMENT OF THE
tins long since passed the experi
mental stage. The present fin
ish product is an unqualified
success, and a necessity in every
Pur Thermos bottles keep liq
uids boiling hot for 24 hourj, or
Ice cold for 72 hours.
MAUI LOAN FID
BODY WAS BUSY
Ordering an extension of tlfo Kiiln
pipe line, plans and specifications for
new schools and teachers' cottages on
Maul, appointing a new engineer and
secretin's, mid buying nn nutomobllo
for tho engineer besides looking after
some of tho Moloknl toads on tho
ride, tho Maul Loan Fund Conimls-
flon which met nt Wnlliiku Saturday
and nt wlilrh meeting Superintendent
of Public Wot Kh Mnrston Campbell
was present, had a busy tlmo of It.
Campbell leturned last. Sunday hav
ing mado a riving trip.
Tho commissioner decided that
they would pay for the pipe purchas
ed for tho Kitht pipe lino and also
for tho labor of laying It. Tho exten
sion of tho service from Makavvan
to Pala unit also nntl of the. reservoir
and branches has boon left In tho
hands 'of tho engineer to draw up tho
necessary plnns for.
Former .Assistant Knglncer Harvey
has been npx(ntcd chief engineer, to
All the position vacated hy High Ho
well who tcsigncd n short tlmo ago.
Ho was also appointee) to the posi
tion of secretary nnd was given lsivv
cr lo :ipH)lnt an assistant to help him
with tho routine wtiflc of the olFWo
nnd to keep tho tccords.
TO BE DROPPED
Tho matter of tho Patterson chargos
have now been dropped once nnd for
nil according lo Siipcilntcndcut of
Public Works Mm nlon Campbell who
returned from Maul on Sunday after
attending a nfcctlng of tho Maul Loan
"It was proved to have been only
said In ah off-hand way ami right
out In front of other people," ho said
(his morning, "nnd as the man who
mado It was slightly under tho Influ
cnco of liquor lit the tlmo no moro
notlco will bo taken of It."
It. M. 'Duncnn, who assaulted Win.
L. Peterson, his brothcr-lii-luw, was
In Police Court this morning. Ho
pleaded guilty lo tho charge and tho
court suspended sentence for six
f?.rw EMlnn 1
grows in pop.
ularity. It 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 all the Crossctt com
$4 to $6 CTerywbcre.
Lawta A. Crouett.be, Malt,'
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
Strle Hs. J P
Liberal Installment Payments
B CANTAB 3ji
15c 2 for 25c.
Cluttl, IVshody K Co., Mukco
'ARROW CUFFS, c a Pair
MAY GET MINE
Chniles A, rtrocklngtnn, of (Iraki
Volley, Cat., Is'iopiesciillng Hawaiian
capital In Investigating tho Star KliM
mine, aecordlng to tho following fiiu.i
Hie (liass Valley, Union of August ID.
Charles A. IlrucKlngtou returned
last evening from Tuoliinime, vvlicro
ho sampled the Slur King nilnu for a
party of Hawaiian capitalists. , Mi.
Ilrocklngton met tho men Intetesled
In the pmpcrty at Kati Francisco and
tho til) wns mado to Tuolummo hy
null). Alter sampling tho mine, Mr.
Ilrocklngton accompanied' lly; capi
talists on a trip to Modesto ami
. through the- San .loaipiln valley. ,i
nil nearly two, hundred' , miles w.ia
.traveled ln the machine nnd Air.
I lirncklngton had a splendid (rip
, While In Tuolumne county Mr. Iliock
Ington met ni'iny former (Irass V.tl-
I lcyaus who aio working In tho mines
there. The mliio Which Mr. Ilnick
Ingloii sampled was fennel ly owned
by U. A. Wlltsle, who at one tlmo h'iI
charge of tho Piovldcnco mine nt
SITE IS FIXED
United States District Attorney It
W. nreekons Iiiih been working on tho
llRhtlioiiso ininlriiitiiitlnii proposition
idnco ho lelurneil lioiit Ids holiday and
has nuw another ready to adjust.
It Is 'tho I'lpfkiM. llglltljnilso Kiolllld,
and from vvluit bu'ean gather, ho doeb
not think them will be any tumble In
acipilrlng tin title.,
e s o
CO. nOCKIJS nnd wire aie in San
Francisco on their way homo finui
tour of the Slates.
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