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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.f SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1911.
NEW CLUB HOUSE IS PLAN OF
COUNTRY CLUB; GOOD YEAR CLOSED
Not Idle Talk
STAND BY THE FLAG
"It Is a cue of protection. ,
"You all believe In protection or where would your Induitrlee down, here
be? , '
"You want protection for your eugar (or your pineapples and to forth.
Then you tay 'I want free trade In ships.' I am afraid that condition con.
front the party of protection In the United States.
"There are many men who profess to be protectionists, who profess to
believe In the. principle of protection and who a,re operating In the ranks of
the party of protection, WHO WANT TO PROTECT EVERYTHING THAT
THEY PRODUCE BUT WANT FREE TRADE N EVERYTHING THAT
THEY BUY, That's what we're up against In the States today. That Is
what has caused the split In the Republican party.
"The principle Is right and ought to be maintained or It Is wrong and,
ought to be abolished. I am one of those who think It h right. I am
going down w,lth the flag of protection nailed to the mast. I will keep up
the struggle sis long as I have Hfe In me to Ho, to.
"IF YOU WANT PROTECTION FOR EVERYTHING ELSE THAT YOU
PRODUCE HERE YOU MIGHT A8,WELL PO A LITTLE FURTHER
AND RUN. THE WHOLE GMUT, AND 8TAND FOR PROTECTION TO
"When t went to Kuropo four years ngo 1 coujd hnvo taken any lino that
I choso but I chose, tlio American Hue because believing In the upbuilding
of the American merchant marine, I felt my duty to patronize the Ame
rican line, u Hue that Hies the American flag, with tliu object, uf doing my
share to geticnpltallsts to Invent morq money In American ships. If other citi
zens uould do the name thing there Would bo more vessel Hying the Ame
President' Dillingham Submits
"We on the Pnclltc Coast hnvo no desire to hinder the development of
these Island. On the contrary, we ynt to sen them developed to the full
est extent. Thero In much capltul of the I'aclllc Coast Invested down here.
Whatever helps tp build, up this community and these Islands helps us on
the mainland. Wq hope .to help you tind wci look to yoii to'hei us. It Is
. tumour mutual Interest "to liu'vo ilioso Inlands developed, but vyej know that
iloiue millions of dollars have been Invested in American ships. The men
who put tliefr money In these ships believe and lliey havo reason to believe
by) the. Investment of that 'money that they'would bo protected against for
,. tlgn ships.
"ThyBO Islands can help the Bhlpplng Interests very materially or you
can give. It a serious blow.
"The agitation of the coastwise trade, law between these. Islands and thd
mainland would undoubtedly cause men to pause before putting any uf
their mouey Into ships, because a man before putting u million dollars Into
shipping wants to know where lie is at. If on the cither hand you make
up jour mind, to stand by the American Hag to help out American ship
ping (u perform a patriotic debt ou behalf uf American Inns that are Irj
lug to build (rude. bv(vt,ccu, the iiiiilul.iml and these Islands I believe that
before long you will get Increased accommodations. All causes for com
plaint wlll.be removed." (
"We In Congress are going to keep up oar light for, the upbuilding of
the American merchant murine."
"I came down to learn something of (lieso Islands ami lo get your views,
to help you In, joitr wishes and desires. I hope I shall lio ablo to do .so
for jour own welfare. I hope for the upbuilding of the American merchant
marine and that yen! will be patient nnd bldu tho time whou we who have
faith can write upon the statute books of the United States that' legis
lation which will bring the American Hug onto every sea.
"I feel conlldent that this time. Is coming. I feel coufldent that tlio time
Is near at baud.' We will not have to wait long but yon on your part cm
do a patriotic duly to your country, a duty to your Hag. l'ut up with your
Utile Inconveniences as we do on the mainland. Help us will) jour as
Rlstauco in tlita matter to again bring this 'question before Congress,
knowing us wo do that the legislation Is bound to come and you lu these
islands will reap tho full reward of your waiting." "
A THING WITH
Yes, my hchivc'.l, she was once the
pride of a i.ntlon. Khe loaded down
our hearts with a sense of oruvcry that
was ileal to suffocation. Wo feared not
memory of thoe days, nnd It will be
best that I du not dwell longer on the
times wo once luiu zounds! a hundred
times, we. had them, my beloved,, and to
those who rend these Hues, who were
ut that time olllcers of the Hawaiian
navy, will come n tingling from tho
lues and lingvrtlps that will reach to
the heart tike the lines on the Cross-
Heads of the I'aclllc map dlvcrgo from
the ndMnt of foreign powers, be they I "'" " " ' c "" " "
1 iiiosu iiuys guno wrever.
tome In piace o- war, so sure were
we III the possession of our silent hut
Ah. Kahnlloa. vou urn truly a thing
pywirful beauty. Hut listen, my belov-, "J""'1" "W now, but In your day.
.U, Tlmt wuh yiirM, Iuuk yeurnt uko.
wlvloli, wlto mo.Uly iiiRhti) that ran
i. UK"( I "
lnt.i II. n .nut .!. .m. n lvniml
ou.l lii that dim but sweet remembered " , """ '"" '"" "" " "'"
...... .,1.1 ....... 1..... ..1,.,.. .i..,.,n v. n vehicle of gaiety of such nnown that
... 1.... 1 ..1,..., 11,.. irv. ,,r .. 11.1.11? """' ""' 'r tako your plnoe
departs It is Kt.er than It had never, ,'"""' '' ,'"',VC ; , , o.?' , .
bye. for wltlf gleiy gone, what Is thero 1 " ' ' " at,ac"eJ t0
IfH for the empty shell but to sink to tt" "' "".'' V'a l,"tt "" ,""' """W
VPtliH beyond tho level of tho merest '"' fr C" toldlnit tho "?"
,.: ... 1.,.. 1,..,,..., .. einrvf All' Furuvvell. dear old Kulmllcia! Tell thou
Mil but yet svve.t were the .ug,,,,, no jalw of the past, for they would not
...1. ...1 .,... . ... ,..,.ie ,.....,ii.i.. ,je i'eiiveu.
..I'll IMI.1ITU wt ,...- . r-, . ,.......
us I stood by her slile uud gazed with
lupture at the griceful curves of hyr
form, curves that can not -hango with
old Uge, curves that will only fade,
vvhrii she sinks bi'iivv tho surface mid
that form, so beloved by a nation, Is
iddeii from the. eyes of man.
It was but jesler eye, my beloved,
that, whllu s
tlie north, ill
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, Sept, 16.
HII-O Sailed, Sept. II: Hclir, Mel
rose, for 1'ugct Hound.
llll.O Sailed, Sept. 15: S. S. Colum
bian, for Haltnn ftruz.
he I.y with her head t.SAN ntAClSCO-Arrlvod, Sept. 15:
id I trump icVerently up s, Si iolljuu at. 3 .,. ,. ,wm
Kahulul, Sept. 8.
SAN r'HANClSCO Sailed, ScpL 15i
S. S. llllonlan, for Soattle.
uud down over he', stopping each thno
at Ik r waist, whe-o ghosts of the past,
hi goblin, gnome -itid fairy forms gath
ered In niitrnl slnpe and beckoned toj(lltAya UAK1IOU Artlved, Sept. 15:
!lll lu 1UII..W llie ll.eiueivev n.tvw ui
vvhllher. Ah. you ouco pride of a na
tion, Kulintlun., how I love uvery orlg.
Ilial timber of jour hull! Yes, my bq
Ipycd, as .1 ra-ti down Into the foul
uud water-snaked depths tho picture
of, .revelry, flollq ,nu,i .gaiety rose be
fore me with a vividness that seemed
In cairy me Irai'c to thiso evenings
vvhen, In the far dim past, my beloved,
we gathered lu the hcjtitlftir cabins of
the pride of a nation and ate, drank
and got 0I1 1 so merry. I can still see
th garlaiide.lfga.iL'plank leading from
ti. wharf to the Kalinllo.i, which was
In misled off some two fathoms. I can
still sen those n lurried n,t the vvlno
cup. Virlly, my beloved, there were
comrades 'hi tlnu.i days tint did morn
(hull limy at the whin cup. Tlieyshn
ply mopped up the bonze, uud Urn
piulilllles of iiohl liieu 011 their naval
iiplfmiiis liestiivvnl upon their iiuvIuim
lion 11 steadiness Hint was ) romnple,
I 'iilr In lev .d, I inn uYinlielmul wllh
Schr. C. A. Thayer, lionco Aug. 'i
SAN riJANCISCO Arrived, Sept. IB:
S. S. HIiln.Mi Mm 11, honcn 5 p. in.
YOKOHAMA Arilvod, Sc,pt. 15: H. 8
America Ham, beiico Sept. 5.
8UATTI.K Sailed, Sept, 15: U. S. A,
T. Dlx, for Honolulu.
SAMNA CIIUSS Airiyed Sept, 15: 3,
S. Mlssoiiilaii, fioiii Illlo. Aug. 31.
SAN ritANClSCO Sailed, Sept. 1:
Ilk. It. 1. Hlthet, for Honolulu.
Alice r.coko In With Lumber.
Tlio Aniuilcaii schooiior Allen CimiKi:
with 11 million fuel of lumber con
signed to Lowers and Cooko, was an
m rival at Ihu port Mils uuiiulug. The
Allen Coiikn comes lieitt fiom 'nt
Tnvviiseiid ami made tho voaw4 down
In llio Uhimls III I'lghleeu (;ij.
Noeau Sailed for Kauai.
Thp Hluiimnr Niieuii was dlspali'lied
(or Kauai miiIh 1I1U iiiuuiliig lulilim
11 riirr.n uf plaiiliitluii siiiplli
A year of progress nnd bright pros
pects fur tlio new je.ir is the recoid
that was talked over at the annual
meeting of tho Country Club held
Thursday evening at tho club house.
The members assembled ut a lino din
ner early In tho evening, and wound
up with the business affairs that ran
smoothly and genciul talk of future
J. I). Mclncrny, who bccipucs pres
ident, has done n great amuunt uf
good work for tho advancement of the
club this year and he Is an enthus
iast. Walter Dillingham has made uu
excellent president nnd bis report on
tlio record of the year Just closed fol
lows: I'rcsldcnt Walter Dillingham ren
dered tho following report on the con
dition of the club and Its record for
tlio year Just closed:
To tho Members of tho Country
Club Gentlemen: This meeting brings
to a close tho llfth fiscal year of your
No 0110 deal marks tho progress for
this period, us did the signal slep
which was taken last J ear. when tliu
club was llnauccd to acipilre tho feo
simple title of this beautiful valley
However, iimny mutters of Import
mice have been under consideration
by your directors and u number of
change:! and Improvements affecting
our .geuerul welfare have been ef
Regular monthly meetings nnd 0110
special meeting of tho board have
been held, with good attendance. At
the last annual meeting uu Important
amendment, providing the right for
the transfer of stock to the chlldien
of regular members in order to fully
ipiullfy them to membership, wus act
ed upon, but owing to u technical ob
jection on the part of the Treasurer
of the Territory, It was neressary to
cull u spechil meeting of the stock
holders and securo it voto represent
ing two-thirds of tho members of the
This meeting wns held on Decem
ber 8, r.H0,.aud adjourned because of
11 lack of tho iciiulrcd u'uorum. Ou
February 26, till, U10 stockholders
again convened; theie being more
than two-thirds of the club present
or represented by proxy, the amend
ment was curried. Dlreclly there
after tlio Treasurer of tho Territory
accepted tho amendment. ,"
The difficulty experienced us Above
led tho directors to rcuuest the mem
bers to glvu their proxy to lite n'lcm;
hers of tliu club. A very satlsfac;
tory response to this reipiest resulted,
nnd our secretary reports that proxies
from '.HI per cent of the members have
Coif Course, As the members wlfo
frequent the links will testify, the
course IS In better condition than ever
beforo in tho history of the club.
Under an nuthorlzid expenditure by
the directors, the course tins beou
widened In certain places nnd now
greens substituted In some cases.
These changes hnvo undoubtedly in
creased tho attractiveness of the
course. Further detail Is covered by
the report of the chairman of the
The drive leading from Nuuunu
avenue to tlio clubhouse bus been re
constructed and u top dressing of oil
applied, which should give u degree
of permanence to the road. Fences
have been built across tho bridge and
tliu brush cut back from the sides, so
as to give greater safety in making
tho sharp turns.
Other Amusements. We regret tlmt
we have to report uotblug done under
this head. The, discussion In regard
to probable changes and enlargements
would of necessity affect the lawns
to bu made lu tho clubhouse, which
adjoining the present building, has In
u measure been responsible for the
deferring of action on tho plans for
bowling and croipict greens.
Members' Cottage. A reipiest was
mudeof tho directors to consider the
advisability of erecting a four-room
cottage, lo cost about (1 250, for the
uso of members us 11 residence, ijpou
investigation it wus found that theru
was such 11 dlrfeieiicn uf oplnlou as
to tho plan that it was decided to
refer the whole matter to 11 com
mittee. Mr. J. It. Unit (chairman)
reported bark that 11 postal card Vole
had been taken and that the majority
of tliu members weio opposed to the
Tinphles. During tho year two now
tloplilen ha vu been placed lu tho
hands of the greens ronnnlllce to be
competed fur by members.
The I'icshleiit'H Cup was open for
competition two days In each month
Tho nun iniiklug the lowest net score
uu any line uf the days set fur pluy
lo lieeinne the owner of Ihu trophy
Miss Wllheliuliui i'elilley has nlTeied
p clip In be (oiupeteil fur by tilt lady
iiH'iulii'iH, Whllu Ihu cup was iimViciI
Hiiliio months ugii, Ihu Hist iiiiup.i
Hun Imu mil yel been held
isu uf I'lnli Tim ii'cmiiU hIiiiw
llllll I'jM'll il'ill' llu' llilwinlilKI'H llllaH'd
liy llu ('uuiiiiv t'lui) inn mum ninl
by the Interest shown by them In
During the winter months the club
house was much used, through the
middle uf the week, for lunches, teas
hud dinners, and this In spite of the
fact that the facilities offered, for
these occasions 111 e fur from satisfac
Kupld Transit Hxteiisloii. Ciedlt Is
duo In a largo measure to members
of this club (or tho putting through
of tho Nuualiu avenue widening proj
ect and the extension of the Hapld
Transit trucks to the Kalla road,
Committees appointed by tho direct
ors were alive to the club's Interest
In securing property rights for street
widening urposes, lu wultlug on legis
lative committees uud In urging the
all extension with the management
of tho Rapid Transit and Lund Com
pany. Probably no one thing will
contribute more to the upbuilding of
tho club than tho bringing of the
property within tho reach of tliu
street car line. Transportation busses
nnd niitos were, while helpful, never
very successful In attracting members
to pationlzo tlio club.
The treasurer's books show thai.
during the past 'ear we have expend
ed $1,01)0.04 mure than our receipts.
This apparent loss Is more than ac
counted for In expenditures made lu
the shape of permanent Improve
ments." Roughly speaking, these were
Rebuilding roads $ T.".8C
Increasing sle of links .... r.oU.UU
Purchase, of sheep HIL'.St
Ijmd purchase exp (Ton ens
Iaiss on bus service .1C:i.:tO
l Villi. 4MW$r
I f jjif mid
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H I 1)1 ii! , -wrexor ct-nn vofain lfc rrvlrvr
I v tit Hf I
Wk lk Let us show you what values I
I i 1 11 ilfim we ntter in this tnmniis rnnke .Jl
io& or clothing. I
As the old saying goes: "The
proof of the pudding is in the
eating thereof" and thus we
refer to our showing of
for Fall wear. The assortment
of styles, patterns, and color
ings are large and well select
ed; the fit and workmanship
are up to our usual standard.
We guarantee every suit to
wear and retain its color.
Total $I,!:M 1)0
From this It shows that outside of
extraordinary expenses, thn receipts
weio lu excess of the regular expense
of running the club. Tills should be
considered very satisfactory, as our
expenses, through the purchase of
the club, havo been Increased by the
difference between the sum of tho in
terest on our loan and tuxes and the
lental which wo previously paid,
iiinouiitlng to 1111 annual increased ex
pense to the club of $1,000.
Assuming that the icccipts for the
club nr sufficient to cover the r ocu
lar expenscB,thero will of necessity
b,. extranrdltiarv nxiiendltures de
velop every ear, which tliu club
should be lu a position lo.iueei vviui
out taxing tho members by special
When (he club was organized the
advantages offered were sinull cm
pared with what wo have toduy. Wo
havo i( large Indebtedness, and al
though amply secured, tho security is
such as. cannot be cut Into for the
liquidation of our debt without se
rlously Impairing 'tho remainder of
the pioperty. It seems to me Import'
unt that the club ut this meeting give
serious consideration to some con
servative method of lluiince which
will permit of a steady reduction of
Umklng to that end, I would sug
gest that the necessary technical step.i
be taken to bring beforo the membeis
11 proposition for the Increuso of Mi-j
dues from S2 to $2.50 per month;
that tho directors be Instructed to
sut aside the Increase for tho purpose
uf meeting capital expenditures or lu
reduciug the debt. This Increase
would In the course of a few years
amount to u very substantial sum,
ami would not be a tax which would
be felt by tho members, or, If felt,
would certaluly ubt be In proportion
to tho benefit derived by tho club.
Ilulldlng l'lails. For the pant utx
months jour directors havw been
working 011 u plan lo change the pres
ent clubhouse Into a home which
would meet tho present requirements
jauit nt tuo BJmo tliuo offer gioater
Inducement to members to luako uso
of the Country Club for social festivities.
Wo aro submitting tonight a set of
IRON WORKS HAS
PLANS FOR HL0
(PjicrUl tint let In Cnrresixiiul'-nce.)
IIILO. Sept. tl. Whllu It will bo
Miiio little time before thu Honolulu
Iron Works vylll open up Its branch In
this city, when this It doiio Illlo wilt
(i.ive 11 complvto plant, vvhh.li. uicotd
lug to Malinger nedemunu of thy com
pany will he uhu, to handle work uu
largo us that of making new rollers for
the Olua mill, should this be necessary.
if course, the new works will not bo
by any iiiciiiih us largo us tlio llonn- will lw erect. d, vhlch will ineuii tlft,
lul- plant, and will be only able to tnn, will bo e'iic little time vl-ip"
handle uiie largli Job at 11 time, but It l.tforo nvtiial work can b.i started, it
will bo complete- uud able to do all Hie plant will bo new an I thu struct
kliius of sugar mill work. Jl11r.1l lion for tho building Itself VvV
In addition to tills tho Honolulu Iron ,v (irdcie.1 from tho list. which wr'lj
tt'niks will l.avo a store, carrying full talo: ut least six months' tlmo forcori
IIiiuii of tools and machinery, lu this stnatlen mid shipment In this city. Tl
city, 11111I 1111 nfllc.t 'it the head of which stiucture will bu ,ti large 0110 uud yrU
will be a competent engineer, who will In, epilppe.l Willi 11 traveling cranl
be In this city not only to have charge, vvhlili will run the full length of th
of the work being done, but aleo for ,iilldlng nnd bo able to h.ludle vvllli eai
consultation on thn Milieus plantations . heaviest wink lo bo done,
of thu Island, wherever his services'
innv be rc'iuvsted. In other words, ttin1 O110 Chliiaiiiau wus, Mlpd and f,ou
plant lo be Installed lure will bo com- teen olhors worn Injured In a tin
plete and ablet to bundle any wuilc which gutted four buildings In tu
which may bo requested here. heart of Chinatown, Vancouver, Hrj
A new building lor the II. I W. plant tlsh' Columbia. $j
ftjj. 0 1) n (i ij y n n n i) 11 o QjIimu ttwuii w i
All eiiiliiilliix fodu hub pailly
Hirciiiii u ipnrwiM'iii'iv noii in I'ouri
Miwl. II'WImii, i'ii'WlMi I'lbUil'ly faltfl , inmii'iihileil bv Ihu Kiiiniiiiinllv
illijmli lu (hm AlliliHUlili mi HU'l'l'lilii Iijii I'wm iimiLinI hy llio iilciu- iirplniiH hihI (,
liiiNfiv, nmj wiiKyii) iJUuJiwi ui US' eiiu uu Uu! JUdiJk JJiv Jiwiauw lu Uw Jsui!mi bu yr t
' jiUJjjJWT uf Mi timmn, my aim 'iiinr tu ntfii
pluns, together with uu eidlumtn, by,
tho urchitcct or cost, which niectB
vilth tho uppiovul of thu retiring
bourd of dlicttors. Wo bellevo that
thu necessary funds can be raised,
uud we strongly recommend (hat;
liciion un uiKen uy llio ciuo inoHiug
lo tho carrlng out of thu plans out
lined or pitting tuto execution plans
vvnicji will give tne niemiiers a cim
hiiuse, In keeping with thu growing I
Tlio thanks of tho club aro duo to
Holmes &. Stanley for their seivces
ii connection with the purchase, of
tho pioperty; to Mr. Marx ami ,Mr
Thaor for securing tho Torrens 'title,
uud to the Hawaiian Cuetlo Company
for f 1 on advertising of thu iicrcHiuiry
notices lu connection with the secur
ing of the Tiirieus Illlo.
I wish lo thniik Ihu members (or
the honor which bus beeu conferred
upon me for thn pin.t two jeais,
What advance thu club lias made Is
dim lo tliu uutlilng elfiuis of ilmsu
wlin l(ii 0 faithfully Hiived us dliv't
him uud cuiiiiiilllueiiieii.
With best wishes to Hut liii'ouilng
Pii'tdilunt, ninl willi tho iissiiiiiiicu id
my lieuily toopeuiihui In fuiilierlim
Ihu liili'insM uf Ihu i'lnli us 11 riinlliiii
ti)l nieinlMif, niy ulnei'ii'l)',
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