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HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1911.
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SEPTEMBER 7, 1911
Nun, inHorlWiig Is tin pi)
tilli'iillim In sorm Ihliitr. 'I lie Iiiim- of
iicld ilKlnir N (In- iniili iiicncinciil.l
lilcull II Is ii iniili iiiownii'iil iiinl
milling Kc. The ntiii (if ndtcrlMiitf
N In make n niitss (if pKiple nunc In
ii ccrl.ilu direction. im
when II iiiiiics In mining iimlis, to
reaching niussrs HirmiKli the printed
mini, lie tins (n jirlonm ledge thai In
icij l(imlll) llic (I. ill) ih-h paper lo.
ib) rein lies mill Iiilliiciircs more pen.
pic Hum mi) (i lifer medium, written
(ir spoken. He cmiiKil Kit nwn) from
thai, sii (hat Is I lie method lu- must
use. Ill iiu's(iiis (if lion (itlen In- Is
to list' II, wliiit cup) lie Is In flllplll),
luil II Is guliiir In ciisl lilm nre siih
(inllniiled nl tlrsl In rciiMiiiliiir in the
fin! Hull I In- m'si:iiiT Is tin- must
powerful HM-it In In pniiliii'iiiK (lie
(fieri lie ilcslri's, naiad, n iiinU'iili'lit
tiinunl Ills l'iiimIs. Viul, ui'iilli'iiicii,
tli.it Is tli:it ji iniili Mimts. Tliniuils
tiinilui; us litis been done In previous Instance!)
the hlstor) of tln Island.
The knowledge of the Hulletln
Ih Binni'tliliiK .BturllliiK. Yesterday
It Informed lis cuiiKtitucntK that
the Idea uf tlio Hlilnglu talk for
the tli'k'K.itcithlp Li'liiK nil lint I
Krwir nunc wan rlilk-iilnus. be
come the elections do not come
until ufter thu reappointment of
tliu (Jinernor. Wonderful reason
ing that. Who hut the. Cult would
haw thought that thin )cur comes
hefoie next, or who but the Calf
would hint' rained that point In
answer to the utatement of a con
dition known to everyone, who
knows an) thing? The Hullutln Is
going up fast In the fool class.
Such an awful ship on the wrist.
"As tliero arc hut theso Tour cap
italistic great powers among nations,
It may he said Unit the outer world,
In fact, Jueii 13, 191 1, as so often pro
nounced In theory, established Itself
In council to sit upon the futuro of
China, and that these things, directed
to trade and Industrial icgenerntlon
In China, nre n realization of tlio de
sires of western nations from tho be
ginning of trade relations with China
In the sixteenth century, and of tho
nctle alms of Kuglnnd, Krnnce, nitd
America for ubout secnty-llo years.
This Is something of what reform In
China, under the principles of the
open door and tlio new diplomacy,
It has been regarded ns only a
question of time when China would
be bankrupt. In such a case, on ac
count of her debt to Kuropo, ever In
creasing, she would have to surrender
her finances to tho management of n
Curopeun board of control, consisting
of representatives of (lieat Ilritalu,
France, and Germany, Several poli
cies for China's protection and safety,
such ns are embraced lu tho open door
doctrine, would bo endangered by
this and If America remained tradi
tionally disinterested the forces Hint
have threatened to break up the Chin
ese Kmplro would operate In spite of
the open door doctrine.
"America's only chanco In nvcrtlng
this lay 'In anticipating the capitalistic
powers of Kuropo and reuniting nil
foreign financial and commercial In
terests on the lines of mutual advant
age, it was not strange, therefore,
that the government at Washington
nought the opportunity to bring about
the reform. o'f China's currency, tlio
organization' of industrial develop
ment, and tlio1 creation of financial
Thus wo find tho United States In
tho role of philanthropic sclllshness.
This country demands that It ha al
lowed tho privilege of being numbered
among the creditors of China in ord
Old Caesar inner had such a time
pushing away that crown as Senator
rail-child has shooing the (lubernn
Kapaa leases nettled? That sounds
almost like a joko, or too good to be
tun'. Shall It bo llgured ns the new
ljind Commissioner's work?
This Is what comes of calling n
contemporary to account for holding ' tnnt tt lmi. gnvo Culmi t ,POSSule,
How long has the Kulu pipe line to
sprinkle water through leaking siph
ons beforu I'hangi"! lire nmdo in tho De
partment of l'ubllo Works that will
reditco to a minimum the prospect of
more mistakes made at the public ex
Iiuestlgutor Cnrues Is respectfully
rcitii'Sted to view the situation calm
ly as regards the .Mediterranean fly.
Hawaii will do Its utmost to protect
the r.irlllc coast-from liny Infection
through the Island ports, but our
friends should remember that Hawaii
Is not tho only center from which the
lly may migrate.
Treasurer Shingle responsible for the
things said by Judge (!eo. A. Duvls.
All of which does not change the
absolute folly ot the Interpictntlon
ninde by the morning paper, to tho ef
fect that a machine Is being built up
for the purpose of making the next
campaign an nntl-Krear movement,
and that Shingle, a willing candidate
for Delegate, is a part of It. All the
r'rear nnd antl-Frear business will bo
threshed out long before the cam
paign fur Delegate stnrts. If Frear
should be reappointed certainly Shin'
gte with his experience lu campaign
lug would be the lust to go Into a
but If not, then It demands the right
of being In on the deal when tho cred
itor nations get together to determine
how the assets of the country limy be
The signing of the currency loan Is
the result of President Tuft's and Sec
retary Knox's plan of stttto for East
ern Asia, says McCormlck. It Is tin
achievement not less In Impottanco
perhaps than the securing of the
pledges of tho powers to tho doctrine
of the open door In 181)9-1900. It may
bit Bald that not since the delegation
by Clijmi of tho American Minister,
Anson, Hurllngame, as her special en-
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fight with ilMded forces. Though, voy to tho West has China trusted or
come to think of It, polltlcul unity In rulled upon any foreign agencies ns
the face of a common enemy Is some
thing that the morning paper never
could understand, and that Is tlio rea
son, no doubt, why It bus gone off on
so ninny silly tangents. Despite any
deslro of tlio Advertiser to the con
trary, the people will not light tho
campaign for Delegate before the
Governor Is appointed.
The latest shift of tho Supervisors
In making appropriations Is to some
a reminder of the day when votes for
women will dominate the situation
and tho Hoard of Supervisors will la
in tlio control of women who huvo an
acknowledged right to change their
minds. So fur us the public Is con
cerned, It makes very llttlo difference
by what system of financiering tlio re
Biilt Is reached, provided present road
work plans are not delayed and the
city goM'ininent keeps faith In nil1 ro
Bpccts with the Loan Fund Commis
sion. Work on country roads that
have been partially completed should
pot be stopped.
Treasurer Conkllng can hardly be
pleased with being represented ns
trying to make monkeys of Honolulu
hanks. The coin for the loan fund
Ono of the objections raised against
the participation of tlio united States
lu the foreign loans, recently made by
China, has been thut In duo course
of time, tho United States would have
to "go on a collecting tour" and tliero
Is no telling how and where that tour
This point Is raised by somo Amer
icans well acquainted with the Orient,
Who bollevo thut tlio Chinese govern
ment uf today Is such u Bhocklngly In
competent Institution that it muy full
to pieces at any time.
According to Frederick McCormlck,
who writes for the current number ot
Scrlbuer's Magazine, the possibility of
n collecting tour Is ono of the reasons
why tho United States was Insistent
on being allowed a share In the for-
lu this event of trusting the bringing
ubout of her currency reform to
American leadership. In American re
lations with China n wldo gap sln.
William II. Seward and Anson Ilur-
llngnme has been thus bridged by
President ,Taft nnd Secretary Knox.
Should an upheaval occur In China,
as now seems entirely probable, tlio
main body of the I'nclllc tleet will bo
ready to proceed from Hawaiian wat
ers to take part lu any tight or frolic
that may be scheduled by the Chinese
While Prussians were wiping out n
bunk on account of a rumored war
with France, tho pcoplo of Oreat Ilrit
alu centered their attention on a man
swimming the Kngllsh channel In rec
ord time. For once the conditions are
happens to be coming to the Islands elgn loan participated In by Great
at a time when tho heaviest returns Ilrftaln, Cicrmany nnd Franco. Mr.
from the principal product of tho McCormlck In tho course uf his article
The office houra of the
are from 7 a. m. to St30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for thlpt'
MUST PASS EXAM
Tho present nnd nlfo woiild-ho snii-
Itary and tmurqujto Inspectors, will have I
to pass an exam In iho future, nnd Ift
they can not, they will huvo to look'
fur other Jolts. This Is the latest dic
tum of President of tlid Hoard ot Health
Dr. J. K. II. Pratt. He has been work- i
lug our the plan for some thno now
nnd expects to havo It started lu about
six weeks' or two months' time.
"It Is not koIol' to ho u matter of
.politics 111 the Hoard of Health," lie
said today, ' hut of' eillek'ncy. 1 havo
not dellnltely flxul on anything In th
matter as yet, but I liopu to havo ev
erything III shape In ubout six weeks
or two months.
The plan Is to have various people
give the Inspectors talks on thu
brunches of their work. For Instance,
Attiirney-tleneral Lindsay will give nj
talk on the legal aspect of It nftcr ho
returns from his trip to Hawaii. Then
Professor Keller has agreed to talk on
the sewage and general engineering;
questions thut crop up during tho
course of the Inspectors' work. I will
also give them books to study nnd
mark the parts that nro Important.
After theyhavo had sutllclcnt thno to
prepuie themselves we will hold nn ex
amination nnd see what they know.
Tills will be n practical one and ntong
tlio lines of their work.
"All ofrthose. who can satisfactorily
answer the questions will be retained,
while those who can not will have to
to. Ily these inenns wc hope to be tible
to get together a thoroughly etllelent
force' of men. I also Intend applying
the system tu the applicant for iiokI-
Mtlo,;. Theso wilt lie supplied with
books niui they win nne to pass an
culmination. It Ib done on the main
land, and t do not see why wo could
not curry It through here, lleshles, this
will eliminate all politics mid give us
the most clllelent men."
' rusianH-.S' high 1 0 1 SiviKX, tV hltli
LPcnhurst meets in front
and stays that way. it is
non-shrinkablc, lias the
strongest of buttonholes
t and ample tie space.
lie, I for Kc. rto.lt. pnlmlr &'.,'
ONE IN EIGHT
A Crate of Six Selected Plnee or
Large Bunch of Bananaa
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells. Fargo Express Company)
No doubt the Sugur Trust, the Hu
wallun planters and the Oriental pop
ulation of Hawaii will bo held re
sponsible for the advance In l.iu
price of Biignr. Tho only real ques
tion however Is whether all tho pcoplo
can bo fooled all the time.
lountry nro urrlvlug, nnd the amount
of money held by the banks Is tho
largest for tho year. Treasuror Conk
llng has no more reason to expect that
banks will take Territorial money on
deposit nt u loss, than' lie has to ship
coin to Honolulu by express when ho
ran handle It onea Government lino ot
tiumiporliitlon. It Is gratifying In
deed to know that the Territory has
paved money In handling the latest
loan, and has not been required to
call on tho local hanks for assistance,
says: "April 15, 1911, at America's
solicitation, China signed terms for a
currency loan fron: Oreat Ilrltnln,
France, fiormuny, nnd the United
States, and undertook, wlli the aid
of these four cupitullstlc great con
temporaries, broad measures In tho
form of n uniform standard currency
scliemo looking to the material recon
struction of the Celestial Kinplro, nnd
June 13, In London, England, n llnnn
clal council of these Western powers
met to npproo tt.
"Would you mind tooting your fac
tory whistle for u llttlo?"
"For my father over yonder In tho
park. He's u trlllo deaf, and ho hasn't
heard a robin this summer."
"You think our new furco will he u
hit?" asked the manager.
"liu aunt of It, replied, tho stago
"Havo you an nppetlte" nBlted tlio
"No," replied tlio patient.
"Hum! Very bad symptom."
"Maybe not. You sco, I'vo Just had
"Why can't you tako my case?"
"I'm u corporation lawjor and
wouldn't know how to get you nut
manager. "Fvery member of tho com- of Jail, If you'd como to mo In tho
pally blushed tit the
first rending of
you'd never huvo got lu
Politics nre bubbling till ovor tho
city. Meanwhile the average man
who wants n first class man named
for Mayor next year Ih shouting "Oh,
cut the politics out," and assuming a
most lordly air when talking of how
things ought to bo run. This same
fellow will wnko up a few months
hence and reallzo that If you want re
sults you must begin to work when
the game Is young.
tied somo little tlmo ngo and then I
drafted out a lease nnd sent It along
to Seuntor Falrchtld for his npproval
Ho brought It back with him tlio day
boforo' yesterday with n couple of
nmnll pencil alterations and that set
tied tho mntter. There uro no mill
cnl changes from tho lease as first
published nnd tlio matter will now
Two ot tho big cases now boforo
the circuit courts were continued this
moining. The enso of tlio Pa Pole-
Kane lands at Lahulnn, Maul, was
fuitlicr gono Into and the matter of
the ownership of land on Wnlpllopllo
toad was further argued.
THE VELELOPMENT OF THE
has long since paiied the experi
mental etage. The preeent fin
lh product ie an unqualified
ucceu, and a necetiity in every
Our Thermos bottles keep liq
uid! boiling hot for 24 hours, or
ice cold for 72 hours.
Hut one-eighth of the total vote of
the IMnnd of Oiiliu has thus far cull
id nt the olllcii of City and County
Clerk Kiil.iuiikalnul mid emolled hli
l.i'ine on the pages of the grent regis
ter now under preparation there.
A tublo of registrations tiled with the
close of August shows that a total reg
istration ot UCfi okrs was made dur
ing the month, Including both districts
,iif the ctly nnd county ot Honolulu. Of
this number In tho Fourth, District,
Hawaiian numbered 11"; purt-Hnwal-
lans. El; Amerlcnrs, 1C7; Portuguese,
IS, mid Chlnexc, 3.
The Fifth District did not make us
good a showing so fnr as numbers go,
tho registration from that district In
cluding: Hawaiian, 132; jiart-Ilawal-Inns,
f,h; Americans, 49; Portuguese, ,
nnd Chinese, 10.
The registration taken during July
totaled 109 oters. 1!C of these com
ing from the Fourth District nnd "3
from the Flftli.
Tho totnl oto registered two yours
Judge W. J. Hoblnson this morning n ... -.., .....i,:,,.- ti10 ,)tT i,0w
granted Annie Kola' a dlvorco from u1 1(, Kro(lt rcK,,tor lrne over one
George Kola oil tho grounds ot cruelty ,.lR,ltll ()f tll0 , ,.!,! ,otc. f tho city
and other charges.
The amateur golf championship
lliulen-Iladen, Germany, was won
lex Itedell of Chicago.
H. F. WICHMAN 4 CO.
Tho troublo over tho Knpaa land
leaso Is now a thing of the past, the
tlovernor and Senator F.ilrchlld hav
ing como to an agreement on tho
matter lust Tuesday. The affair was
passed over to Land Commissioner
Charles S. Judd and ho was Instruct
ed to bring It before Secretary of the
Ijind Hoard J. Iltown for his np
piovnl and then to have It advertis
ed. This should bo done at any time
"Tho real tiouhlo," Bald tlio Oov
crnor this moinlug, "was over Iho
location of tho land. That was set-
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value lie 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 OtTered,
byl The Honolulu firemen were excited
I this morning, not because they could
'not Jocnto a lire, but on account of :i
crazy Chlnuman In front of the main
flro station on lleretanlnsticet. Chief
Thurston was surprised to seo the
Chlnuman, Turn Nil, go through n
mysterious performance, and he at
once decided to send for n pollco of
ficer. When tho luttcr nrrled Tutu
&u was escorted to the police station.
William 0. Irwin lius comhienccd an
notion ngalnst Stil Hoy nnd Ixiok Hock
to recover $217.r,0 which he nlleges Is
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 tho Crossett com
uMs Lift mik V
$4 to $6 CTcrfwaere. I
LwU A. Crossett, Inc., MalMV '',
NerUiAfctM .Mm. j
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
You might say this about
ut after a visit to' our
Sheridan street milk depot.
But It is all necessary if
you want to be assured of
absolutely pure milk.
Compare our sciehtifio
methods with the ordinary
barnyard and you'll see
hy It Is to your Interest
to buy milk from
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments