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HONOLULU, T. H, TUE9DAY, OCT. 31, 1911.
and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
20., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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OCTOBER 31, 1911
A wrongdoer l (iftrn it iiiiiii lli.il
jlms Ml Mimilhliii; iiiiiloiii', not ii I !!)
lie Hint Ii.ih ilniii miiiii llilnc. .Marcus
Threo strikes mill nut fur tlu mo-
If the ii)osciil(o la drlen out (if Ho-
fnolulu, tills llrst case of yellow fever
may prow it blcssiui; In iIIskuIsc
One hundred and two warships In :i
; review at .New York I a naval page-
i ant that no country need be ashamed
Another resolution between Colom
bia und Peru Is threatened .Wither
I of these two countries is likely to view
calmly all the attention being Kheii
to Tripoli ami China.
President Taft's speeches Incline
r more nnd more to the theory that bus
iness should not be legislated against
pimply because it is business. Wall
street please take note.
If the cabled reports get tho true
perBpcctlw, (tul)'s Imnslou of Tripoli
Is not carrying out tho Hidden ltule.
In spite of the auniiunceinenU tli.it It
is In the Interests of Christianity.
W. A. Kinney's theory, expounded at
the harbor bo.ird commission ester
day, that n land monopoly Is needed
to check it sea monopoly Is certainly
interesting and makes food for
jj 'J no decision or Territoiiui anil i eu-
'erni ofllclnls to make public eery
fact regarding the fcsei situation is
'the' most powerful single factor in
maintaining public cniilhlence and
presenting any "scire"
Tho International Congress of Farm
Women has Just concluded its llrst
session at Colorado Springs, Col. It
emphasizes the fact that Increasing
numbers of women are adopting farui'
ing us a serious oration in life.
Superintendent of Marketing Star
rttt is not one of those who argues
that tho Territory Is unlltted for small
farmers, lie believes In helping the
farmers to attack their problems of
planting and harvesting Intelligently.
The Ullo wharf controversy, what
ever else may bo tho result, Is going
to bring tho several corporations in
volved to a fuller and fairer under
ktanding of each other's plans and
mothes, and closer to a basis of co
operation for tho Interests of all.
With all of the other troubles just
now attacking the United States Steel
Corporation, Bomo of Its own stock
holders are demanding that more pub
licity bo ghen Its internal affairs.
"Dig business" has almost reversed Its
attitude of ten years ago. It has
found out that It pays to take the pub
lie Into Its conlldenco.
EVENT AID NECESSARY.
The tall by the Chamber of Com
merce and the .Merchants' Association
for a meeting this afternoon to plan
a campaign aguiust the inosiiiltu
shows that the commercial Imillts
have risen to tho occasion without
fuss or ceremony.
The crying need in this light that
Honolulu Is facing is a strcnmhculng
of Hie Hoard of Health's forces and
it Is to the commercial bodies that the
citizens are looking to see that
President Spalding of the Chamber
of Commerce, prompt to see where
the Territorial powers full short, last
Sunday olTeied to put the services of
the chamber at the dlsposul of the
Governor and the lloaid of Health In
this emergency. The Terrltoiy rim
not afford to overlook the aid of tho
commercial bodies. Their weight
thrown Into the battle at tills mo
ment ought to determine tho issue
We believe that the generil llrec
tiou of the light should bo In tho
bands of u few men, those men rep
resenting every element In tho com
munity. The Territorial health all
thorltles and the (loverunr should be
the active head of the light, and work
ing with them a few men able to speak
for tho commercial bodies, tho cit
izens, tho military forces. Concentra
tion of authority, complete utidcr-
Htundlng between the "generals" of
tills battle, aie necessary.
Hut not for one moment should an?
jlnceie olTer of assistance from any
source, hacked up by a willingness to
work, be negleded. Honolulu needs
every weapon that call be brought In
It is the citizens of Honolulu who
must bear the brunt of battle, and the
Chamber of Commerce and Met ch
ants' Association combined must be
relied upon as tho most powerful sin
gle factor In tho citizenship here. They
must lead the light under tho direc
tion, so far us the points of medical
strategy Is concerned, of tho Hoard
commonwealth to II ml tho moving
causes of these weaknesses, mid ho
has still to show that Hawaii herself
Is not attempting to solvu the problem,!
and further, ho has still to prove that
there are otliers better nhle to solve.
It than the peoplo of tho Territory
No government ever won to thoi
highest standard and the highest i
measure of internal and external suc
cess without Its period of travail, Its
slips and stumblings and its failures.'
II bis opening article Is nn indication
of what Is to come, tinker Is Judging
Hawaii not by her struggles toward
the light, but by what ho considers
failures to tench that light.
To some of his statements there will
certainly bo effective answers; to oth
ers, probably admissions that he Is
right. There Is no use, however, tak
ing too seriously the article that lends
the series Haker Is an earnest man,
full of enthusiasm at his chance to
expound his theories, nnd even if these!
theories hit hard, they are not so
wciguiy mil nun iney may ue uorne
with u grin
The native loves
$400.00 Given Away
We will present purchaser of on of
our properties In Kahhl with $400 to
make the first payment on a property
which we have
for Sale at $2200.00
There are two lots planted In grass,
thrubs, trees. House has 7 rooms and
Is modern (near cars).
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
President Taft's cublnet Is not cred
Ite d with much "pull" toward the
reiiouilnntlon of tho chief executive
Wilson lu looked upon as a drawback,
while Hitchcock, through his control
of the post-ofllco depaitnmnt, is be
lieved to be singly the most valuable
man. Political critics think the cub
lnet as a whole will not work together
EARNEST MR. BAKER.
Hay Stnnnurd linker's mflclu
this mouth's American magazine prob
ubly will not disappoint thoso who
haw been looking for n "roast" on
the Hawaiian situation. Haker came
over here to make u point; lie has
mado It; and the result Is Interesting
reading whether or not olio agrees
with the Joiiruulist. Whether or not
an Investigation coutlncd to a few
weeks here cun b thorough enough to
give authority to tho Investigator's
subsequent arguments Is of courso a
mutter of opinion, Haker Is regard
ed as a fair reporter of things us he
sees them, but with n decided slant of
mental muke-up that is ceituinly not
likely to prejudice him In favor of
capital us against lubor.
There Is no question that Maker lias
the ability to point out weaknesses lu
Industrial or economic organization
lie Is a keen student of the frailties
of man and business. His llrst article
Is occupied mainly lu Just this sort of
thing. Hut It remains to be seen
whether ho bus a corrective to sug
gest. Ho admits that noble uud sin
leie men uro working to collect the
weaknesses at which lie points u long
foicllugcr. lu so far us can ho Judged
by the llrst article, lie does not go fur
enough back lu the history of this
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Association, which, while It Is nomi
nally a voluntary organization, exer
cises the profoiindcst coutlol over III1'
diistry III the Inlands.
"TIiiiiiikIi the Phinters' Association
the centralized money Interests In the
Islands act as n unit upon the labor
iliicstloii, they piesviit a solid flout In
every political contest, and they con
duct largo cooperative enterprises, like
the highly illicit nt Planters' llxptrl
nient Station, fur the good of the In
dustry III the Islands. They raise nnd
dispense large sums of money every
eur Tho Planters Association is
more powerful fur than the Territo
rial goveiiuntiit; It has well been cull-1
ed the Hawaiian House of Lords.
lit hind the Planters' Association,
and really directing Its operations, uro
the trustee, all of whom aio repre
sentatives of tho great stitfur agencies
factors of the Islunds. There uro
nine such factors, hut the great bulk
of the sugar business is done by live
of the in the so-culled Ills' I'he:
"Alexander & lialdwlu, llruwer &C,
Castle & Cooke, Huckfild & Co, and
Tlito. II. Daxles & Co."
Ho dt dares that although sugar
stock is widely held III Hawaii, Its es
sential feature is centralized coutiol
and sujs: "1 presume that for six to
leu null conuccttil with the ugeiicles
practically dictate the policies of the
Island sugar industry."
Mr Haker tells at some length of the
einigy, tbe IntilliKfllce mid the far
slghttilliesH of the sugar men lu hand
ling the problems of the Industry He
praises the scltutillc warfare on sugar
pests, the development of facilities for
making mid handling sugar and says
that the plauttrs have shown remark
able facility "lu the way In which they
have secured and rt tallied the advan
tages of a high pi elective tariff."
Continuing hu sojs:
"Now the power of the corporation
urlstutrac) of lluuall, of course, tents
upon exactly tbe same fiindniiitntul ud
vuutugts. Ijind, luucliliiery, labor!
I'ontml tbese uud )ou control tbe
Control Is made cni.Ior In lluxvn'l
us II was lu the -lil "outli. by the
pi'csuicn of a ery la g popo'atlun of
uon. voting workmtn. This not oulv
Includes that half of the t.onul.illon
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others in approved Trust-Securities.
wn shai.i. he pi.i:asi:ij to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
024 Bethel 8treet
is thi: KHcrurr op oim
Mrs. Hiimunlmsli I don't see why Is It?"
all these Hies ciiiiih here.
Peevish Hoarder Not when tliuro Is Young Wife Arthur, dearest, how
a llrst cluss place ucross the street do they it i range tliesu pickles In the
for the boiiio price. They must be bottle bo nicely?
strange In town
"Did you Bell jour voto?"
"No, slree, 1 voted fur that feller
'cause I liked lilin."
"Hut I tniderstund ho giivo you $10"
"Well, where u man gives you $10
'tulu't no inure'n natural to like liim,
Young Hiishaliil They pile the pick
les up, Petsy, uud then blow the bot
tle mound them.
Lady What a polite little boy you
Kid Yea'm I'm lu training to bo
a gentleman burglar.
The nutritive value of
MILK needs no argument.
But you must needs look
to the PURITY of milk.
Otherwise, milk may be
much more harmful than
Our milk is pure to be
gin with, owing to our san
Then it Is electrically
treated, to eliminate any
chance of contamination,
and sealed in bottles.
You take no chances.
Office is open every night until eleven
for the receipt of ships messages. Oth
er messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to 5t30 p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO A. CO.'S
wlileh Is made up of Chinese mid Jap
anese, but of thousands or Igiioiaut
Portuguese, Spanish, Kiisslnus mid nth-
us, who me not j I iiiitunillzeii. rimy
thrie-nii.irli is of the population of Ha
waii have no moie to say about the
Kovtriimeut under whlth they are llv
Ing than the old slaws.
The Hawaiian Vote.
"One would Imagine, from their pre
dominance In number of voters that
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work Is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
By Lydia E. Pinkliams
llaltlmnro. Mil. "I wn'l you horn.
with the picture of my llfteeii joar old
litaucrlittT Alice, who
lt. il . i.iU rt ..
was romoriiii to
health hy I.lli II.
bid Compound. .Shu
was pale, with dark
circles u nil or her
eye, weak anil Irri
doctors tic.itcil her
nml tullcil It (Ireeu
Hlcknc3S, hut 8 ho
Brew worse all tho
rsoiitinntid was rec-
i nin mended, nml nf ter taking threo hot-
1 1 e.s she has reLM It'll nor iie.iiiu. maims
llnnilretls of Riich letters from moth,
orsexiiresslmr their Bratlttiile for what
I,) din I Pinkham's Vegetahlo Com
pound has accomplished for them havo
been received by the J.jill.1 V.. Pililtham
Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass.
Yotintr fllrls, Iloctl This Atlvlco.
Girls who are, troubled with painful
or Irregular periods, backache, hc.ul.
nehe, ilratfKliiB-iIowii sensations, falnU
iliK' spelfe or Indigestion, should tako
immediate action and be icstoieil to
health hy Ljilla K. I'liikhatn'ii Vege.
table Compound. Thousands have been
restored to health hy Its use.
Write to Mrs. lMiililiiun, Lynn.
j Muss., for tulvlco, free.
. .!.!" JV
.t'.sff r nt'
the imtlwt Hawall.iiiM would dominate
the Maud Tin) tould do It it lliey
oliil toRttlier, but us u inatttr of
pint Use tby are no match for the
powtrful, nioney-coiiti oiling, Imid-own-llig,
elilplojiui llt-gllllg Willie lllall
"P.er shite the cmly times of the
old, rugged, dominating New Hugl.iud
luN-don.irli i (he while man bus In ell
the I, aidier and enllgbteiu r of the na
tits, mid for generations Ills iidvleu
lllld gllitlallie hlle lit ell lltctpttd; he
has the strong position tif tiie t du
cat) d man who is ncciistnmtd to lead
"(In the oilier build the nil the, all
nloiiK, has manifested a Kood deal of
Independence He bns n1wa)s main
tained u Hume Utile putty which at one
time Milk almost III coutlol of the Is-
oratnr) nml, public inettlinss and ha"
taken to politic I with moth enthusi
asm, mid helnt able to lle lu that
tropltnt toiintr; on u smalt iiIIouiiik'"
of ll'h mid pel, be Is rnllier more III
iltpindtiit teoiDinlenll) Hum nun of
the worklui; ih.os In uorthirii climates
1 "Hut It has been ptisslbln to 'renrh'
liim III n bunilrtil wii)s by ptn)lliK
upon bis weakness, i.
"The Aiii;Io-K.ioii Is not pnrllciilir
about bavlnir the name of power: what
be looks for, lilwa), lire the actuali
ties of power.
I "The only real political Issue In Hn-
wall, tin il. Is the dllTinnee within the
ranks of the very xuiiill i;roup of white I
he'll mid n.ilhe", lho"e who tontroll
the -oiKiir lands uud the simnr Industry '
stekliiK to letalii or IntieiiKe Hit In
powtr. urn! those wiio arc not 'Inslde'i
iiylnir to i; t mi opportunity.
"Wluit does the dominant while,
cioup mil n by Its political lontrolV
"Wfll, II mi Int prut tlcnlly etiy utl-.
l rs tif f tin II linn II It isl. I,, lit i miliiil.
saaiM)i' ii siast as in iiirst- tij viinti t,- (
Unit pollllcH to Ktl the legislation ntt'-l
tssai) to proleet Its hind boldlims cf
Mel.iIlN the l.irue traits of unwriiiucht!
hind It holds nnd. ! lease. It kt i psSham's Vccetablo Compound was rec-
down luxe-, Is able to pnnldc inone
rrom ihe itnitorhii ruiids to brim? "'! to your medicine. I can recommend It
jttil.t.n ih Tor Us plantations, mid ulna.fur nu fem.ilo troubles." Mrs. Ij. A.
nil to pros-nt u slioni; front In foil- JL'OftlCIIAM, 110J ltlltlaud Street, ll.tltU
Kress ttry time tbe Hiurur tariff comes
up for 'discussion. I
Almost Impossible Difficulties. I
"To the outside visitor. Indeed, lliei
Island life ut tilt ptcMiit time lomctsi
u cm Ions tense of unnatural strain mid
oirstliniilatloii--n tomlltloii In whlih
many line mid sincere men are stiuir
kIIiil; wllh almost Impossible dlllleiil
tbs The tb cud of some th.iiitff lu tho
Inl Iff, the tiiiistuiit stniKKle for mine
labor, the unci Main ttiiurc of lliu land
hohlliiKS, the restlessness of the until
friiliililsttl workers, Iheawakt nliufself
eoiist'ioitxiicH of the Jap'iuese, the dis
content of landhss whiles, nil mid to
the pMiilexily of u dllllcult situation.
"tinder the same stinlu It .t been
impossible to maintain the lommou
Mhool s.stem of tho Islands on even u
fair IukIh of elllclt ncy AllhoiiKb the
sui;ur Industry was never so proiltable
as It Is tod ij, KhliiK oft rlveis of I
wialth, thousands or thlldiin lu the
Islmiils today me without iidniuate
nubile st hool advfililiit.es. I iutnl llul
liovt riimiut actually rcntiin; rooms In!
pilvale Japanese st hool houses betause
'there was no money to provide new
,sthool hullillnHH. And el, while I was
III Hawaii, dllihiK the session of Ihe
l.i'Klsl.itiue, Ibe Planters' AsKoelutlon
nude a Uulit mialiist nn liitreus.i In'
the tax rate which would Hive the Ter-'
rltory more nioniy for Us si hools.
"In shoit, while the ;ovt rnnieiit of,
Hawaii Is lu name mi tin live denioc-1
i ncy. Ill actuality it Is.n Kovermnenl byj
a wry iiiiiii, ti nrisiocriiiy or wealth
A try few while me tontrol thedes
llnles of the Islands nnd of its 200,000
dlv, IS pi ople "
Sir llaKf inentlons the l)t lecitennd
the pirt iihived by bis sicretnrv In
WashhiKlon at some lni;th He lakes
up some of Urn linluue pluses of po
litical mid Imluslrlil life In Hiinall
mid ends by Intimating that his next
article will discuss the labor situ i-
lloii, width lie lout lied upon vtry bibf
1 In Ibe optnliiK urtlile
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
80 BAY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on tho East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanai 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dlningroom and
pats-pantry, a seml-detao'ted kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters In the same enclosuie.
Adjoining this there is another large lot on which there are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there Is also a waUr
lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a most complete establishment.
The East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
Tho Hi st vessels hnin Tula's new
navy wcio launched nl tho Cramp
shl. aid ut Plillulclphlu lecenlly.
You'll agree with us that we
havo the bost assortment of
Scnrf Pins you havo ever seen.
The variety includes all the
various stones beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Here you will be able to satisfy
yourself in both design and
mg) SkeeterskooLi Wl
I wn.i. hid voi'it ikh'si; or II
lVsv SIOKQIMTOHH DO NOT TAKP. lfl
Ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., ill
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