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Wallack R. Harrington, - Kditok
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np 1 i fcidltorltil Rooms,
1 C?l.) Business Office,
JllniN f moderate cnlMtrt- ordliuir
II) condemn crjlliliii; which Ii Ik
joiiil their range l,u Norliefmirniild.
United States mall needs atlontiuii
In tills part of the country.
A few ilays ago (lie San rranelsco
post otllce sent the Honolulu mallH by
a Japanese liner Instead of the Amei
lean steatner arriving the same day
with the result that delivery 'at this
end wan less prompt. It Is under
stood that the Government saves
money by patronizing a foreign lino
that charges a Hal rate, as against
the American Hue's per pound rate
This Is n bad example lu the llrst
place. The people of these Islands do
their business exclusively with Auiei
Now we have the local postolllco
delivery arriving late at an outgoing
steamer, and a mass of business and
Christmas mall held out for prac
tically n week.
Some say that the steamer should
have wailed. Perhaps so We do not
know the understanding on which the
Bteamcr and postolllco olllclals oper
nte. Hut the postolllce requires that
the senders of malt shall be on time
and example Is always better than
If the malls must be closed earlier
so be It. Hut the postolllco deliver
Is tlio last that should miss a boat.
"What a. terrible blow to lulioi
unionism" was the first comment gen
erally made upon the news publlshec
In the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n cables of Frhl.ij
thai the McNumaras had confessed tc
the charge of having used dynamite t
light the battles of I-ubor.
Second thought, however, must be
that these confessions mark the dawi
of a new and better day for legitimate
and honorable labor unionism,
The murderous dynamiter and mci
of his stripe have always been a dls
graco to the decent laboring men o
the country, a constant nnd menaclni
misrepresentation of the worklngme1
who seek, only u fnlr deal and a prop
er return for their toll, llithorti
many of the leaders of this brani
hnv'o escaped their Just desert
through their ublllty to frighten wit
nesses and juggle with the1 process o
the courts to tho extent ofcurlni
the, Scotch verdict of "not proven.'
The McNumaras huvo been "caugh
with the goods." To save their neck
they are willing to bo truthful.
In this final show down, honest or
ganlzed labor has scored a great vie
Jory that will have n far-reaching an,
The country will now have less dlf
Acuity lu drawing the line betvvoe,
organized labor of which the locomo
the engineers, the marine, engineer
and many similar powerful ussoclu
tlons of working men are represent!!
tlve, 'and unions headed by utterl,
selfish, scheming and corrupt Individ
' unls whoso only urgumeut Is a brick
bat and whose leadership causes i
fearful amount of sulTorlng and sac
rlllce by the Innocent people blind!,
.following the mandates of a worthies,
The McNamuras have confessei
themselves to be what everyon.
thmiflit tliuv uroi'a In,, fn-irdft tl,a t
l""" "' "WW W.V VU,EU IIIO 1.1
lj ublllty of tho law ofllccrs to provo It
our courts. They are as stark and
Beggar "Please, mlstor, a dime for
a poor blind mall."
Old gentleman "Hut you are only
blind In one eye."
Beggar "All right, make It a nickel
George "Didn't you notice that I
J, pressed your foot at tho dinner to-
f & Mazlo "Why, It wasn't my foot you
p. 'pressed. Oh, George, I wondered why
emcrec tt lh Postofbc tt llnnomli
. tetDn.Wla.t tntltcr
DECEMBER 2, 1011
naked criminals as ever stood before
surprised and outraged fellow coun
trymen. Their undoing lias been so
spectacular that It ought to earn
home and no effective among a class
of worklugmen, who, llko some other
good citizens, allow others to think
for them because It Is ton much work
to think for themselves, and are ion
senuently lead Into membership with
and support of corruption and vlclour
This sensational affair will go fat
toward killing off the agitator and
blatherskite, but It will not do legit
imate unionism any serious or lasting
MR. BAKER'S SECOND ARTICLE.
.Mr. Hay Staunard Maker's second
nrttclo on conditions In Hawaii ap
pearing In tho American Magazine,
fotillrms tho Impression gained from
his first: That the articles Mr. (inker
is writing nre significant of the tiend
jf thought nnd the policies that may
do expected from the so-called I'ro
irosslvo wing of the Hepubllcan party.
Mr. linker while visiting In the
slands was wined and dined by the
ery men whom he sets forth us main
alnlng nnd establishing nn ollgurch
cal monopoly of land .and labor. He
valked and talked more with them
ban any others. He was Invited Into
he Inner circle so to speak, not with
lif, Idea of dazzling him but with the
'ommendable purpose of opening up
o the honest and Intelligent Invest
gator nil the facts. We venture to
isert that whatever else he may say
if the Islands and the men lie met,
lr Ilaker will not even Intimate that
my effort was made to prevent him
rom getting at nil he could ask for.
The most that he can claim, nnd
e will we bcllevo, claim no more. Is,
hut ho doesn't agree with a great
nany of those among whom he formed
uch pleasant acquaintances while an
When ho got home and began to
Ift his Impressions and tho facts. It
'ould nppear that In tho flnnl anal
sis, ho measured tho whole situation
y the yard stick that Is used by the
'regressive Hepubllcan wing In deal
ig with the affairs of the Nation,
Tho primary purpose of the series
1 obviously to attack the protective
irlfT. Tho first artlclo Indicated this
nd the second furnishes further con-
nnatlon. Uaker believes that the
rotectlvo tariff has been the source
l many of tue troubles on tno maiii-
.-inU and lie lias lound lu this Tern
ary tlie whole scheme of cause and
fToct worked out lit u manner that
nablcs Hawaii to bo used as u hor
Thero must be some men In Hawaii
iho believe with Mr. Iluker. One
ould not read tho special report made
3 the Lund Hoard by Messrs. A. W.
,'arter and W. A. Kinney without be
evlng that the spirit of revolt or
rogressivelsm or whatever you may
all It had broken out in our very
ildst and In most unexpected places,
ut theso men have a solution. Has
Not u few of Mr. Maker's associates
elievu that the only way to euro Is
o kill. This remedy, however, Is only
j be used on borne other community
r commonwealth than their own sur
oundlngs or Congressional district,
'hey don't want It tried on them
.elves. And that's where they fall
down most lamentably.
mamma was smiling so sweetly nt tho
"I am 30 years old," announced u
woman of 56 at a tea last week?
"And I am -C," said a woman ot 45.
Then turning to u girl of 17, who
stood near by, ho asked, "How old uro
"Oh," leplled Kthel, "uccordlng to
tho present leckonlng I'm not born
The mil value of Mr. Halter's art
icles can be estimated when we know
whether ho has any other solution
for tlio vexed problems boyond Iho
murderous expedient of legislating so
as to wipe out all Industry and nil
prosperity In Hawaii and begin all
(Continued from Page 1)
nt 5:02 p. m. Tho second wagon load
lagged tho gnto at tho wharf at Gill)
vhtlc tho third wagon entered thegjte
Have Frequently Held Steamers for
"It Is n well, known fact, that the
Pacific Mall llko other traiis-l'ncllic
I tics have on more than one occasion
ilelaj o,l the departure of n steamer be
cause of tlio non-arrival of the malls."
Mr. Klebahn points out In the caso
f the Siberia that tho vcsbcI was n
full day behind time, laden with a
cargo valued nt over u million dollar,
bearing a heavy mill received along
tlie const of Asia, and to bu tranship
i ed to awaiting trains ami rustic!
icross tho continent, a portion of the
-onslgnmeiit to lie forwarded to Bit
rope nt tho greatest iiosslbte speed.
It is claimed Hint the l'aclllc Mall
Company us llko transportation llnec
s ever ready to accommodate tho pub
lic If by so doing tho Interests of the
Majority nro not Jeopardized. It Is a
(iiowu fact that tho Oceanic and the
.Matron lino steamers have quite fre
quently been held as long as a half
hour In older to load delayed malls,
In Pacific Mall circles It Is general
ly understood that steamships llko
i all way trains should bo dispatched on
schedule time. That this company his
followed out this rulo to much extent
Is bom out by tho regularity and
promptness In the sailing ot their
si earners from this jiort.
It is claimed that the postal auth
orities have been asked time and time
iguin to forward advance shipments of
mall to tho steamers several hours
bofoie the advertised sailing time, in
this way a large quantity of mall mat
ter could be stowed aboard, leaving
for the last minutes before deparlme
but a comparative few sacks of later
The mall now lett behind will be.
forwarded to the coast lu tho Oceanic
steamship Sierra leaving here nt ten
j'clock on next Wednesday morning.
(Continued from Page 11
-el between uny cf them nnd their re
lations had been most friendly. Coder
of Rot up and walked to tlie gate.
When he got there he said that Mc
Mnhun had Insulted Mrs. Cederlof, Mc
Mnhon replied that he had nut. Ceder-
'of then opened tlie gute and went up
"lose) to the defendant and Insisted
that lie had done so.
The testimony of Mrs. Cederlof shows
limt, Instead of answering, McMuhon
drew his revolver and shot Cederlof
twice. The defense Is bringing out tho
point shown here, namely, that It Is
Improbable that McMahon should shoot
without nny cause, beyond that al
ready told, a mull whom Mrs. Cederlof
states vns on tho best terms of friend
ship with hint.
Tlio prosecution has shown that Mo-
Our dairies are all under
our cows examined regu
larly, and our milking
sheds with cement Moore
and other sanitary ar
rangsments. Our milk le all electri
cally treated at our milk
depot on Sheridan street,
which Insures It absolutely
from any contamination.
Fresh milk is Nature's
When milk Is fresh and
pure and clean it is the
most nutritious food
You don't take chances
when you buy milk from
HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, DEC.
Kukui Street Property
Land It situate near Fort street. Has
a frontage of about 170 feet and depth
of 290 feet) two dwellings and one
email cottage) many fine fruit-bearing
trees. Suitable for business proper!.
Terms easy) price low.
en listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and stll Stocks and
Bonds, and make Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Wireless Office Hours
Daily 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Sundays 8 to 19 a. m.
Million shot Cederlof, but what tho
motive vvns has not been brought out
definitely Vet. "
Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox of Wnln
luu, examined yesterday afternoon,
stated that when McMahon .was go
Ink' along he said, "I must have been
crazy when I did that. No telling what
hnozc will dn."
AT LARGE IN CITY
(Continued from Pag 1)
revealed a man asleep In a llttlo niche
in the ruck, overlooking the city, andteiitlon by tho policemen of Aleu ro-
McOrcer says that clutched In the
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St .....$2100 00
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Building lot Kalmukl 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Katakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house 6 monthr from
December 1, 1911 $60.00
Unfurnished house Manoa Vat
Young Street 30.00
Kalnkaua Avenue 20.00
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
fur llastern points should leave
BY EXPRESS not later than 3.
China, on December 8.
WELLS FARQO & COMPANY
man's hand was a revolver. A half
open bundle lay beside him. McGrcer,
thinking tho man was a drunk, picked
up the bundlo nnd found In it a bottlo
of coffee and a pair of shoes.
About Unit tlmo tho chauffeur,
lllnckvvell, stooping over said, "That's
Mcflreer decided not to attempt to
capture the man single-handed and
drove hurriedly downtown and says
he notified tho police. ' This morning
no Information of the matter could bo
obtained f i om tho police If Itoderl
gues was lu tho city, ho Is still nt
Although Sheriff Jarret and .Chief
of Detectives McDuflDQ have been hot
nfter itoderlgues, no further Informa
tion lias been brought to their at'
yarding his whereabouts. Deputy
JT a 13)
Bhcrlft Jack Kcrnnndez of Kwa, who
enmo up today stated at the rulliu.il
depot that thero was no sign of Itod
erlgues lu Ales, He Ii of the opinion
that tho prisoner may have gone U
That McDiilIle did n g'Jod work at
Alca, while lie was thcio In a sugar
cane fields with his men, Is proved
by the fact thnt this morning he re
ceived n letter from Manager James
(311)1) of tho Honolulu plintatlon, com
menting on tho good work of tho chief
Mr, dlbb's letter follows: I
Alca, December 2 mil. '
Chief McUuflls: You have my sup
port In everything you state about the
ebcape'd convict, Hodorlguc, not being
easy found.' You nnd WO moro beside?
could hide on this plantation indefin
itely, 'if they had provisions, nnd all
MiO' iw'jllce nnd press Inge her could,
not make n catch.
I can vouch for It that you have
dotio pome hard tramping nnd lying
out nt night endeavoring to capturu
Kindly cenvey nn Invitation from
mo to the press or Honolulu to coma!
out mill have a ninu-huiit. I can ill-
icct them to within half a mllo ot
Yours truly, ,
(Signed). JAMKS 0II1II.
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
MnUeu ,und King Mreetx. David
I'ary I'i'tera, minister. Hesldince, Gth
avenue, Kiilinukl. Telephone 37U7. IK-
lice hours at the church, Vi:?.Q to 1:30
Monday. Wednesday und Friday.
The Hlble school V. (1. Hull, super-
lotemlenl meets nt 10 Sunday morn
ing, with classes for till lines. If you
have not been attending, jou will find
u surprise If ou nunc. The Sunday
schools of today are not what the
present veneration of adults knew 111
At 11 Sunday morning the inliilxtcr
will preaeli from tlie subject, "The
Church and Its Charter," which Is the
llrst nf a series on tlio general topic,
"The Church's Message to Itself,"
which will Include ten separate ser
The Kewnln mission Is growing. Its
meetings are held at 3 o'clock Sunday
Tho young people of the church nl
ways (ondiict a meeting lit 0:30 Sun
day evening in the church building,
Tlie evening servlco tomorrow will bo
111 charge of the ('. W. D. M. of the
church, It being their nnnual program.
Next Wednesday evening nt 7:30 the.
annual roll call and election of ottlcers.
will be held. Kvery number of the
church Is expected to be present If
All people, Ktrnngcrs and residents,
who have not au especial preference
for the services of another church, are
Invited .here. We can piomlo you n
hearty cordiality and uu honest treat
ment of the iiestlonx up for consider
ation. LATTER-DAY 8AINTS (Reorganized).
Church nn King streetf near Thomas
M5 n. in. Sunday veliool, with
classes In both Hawaiian nnd Kug
llsh. Lesson tuple, "The Prlends of
11 n, in. Monthly prayer nnd sacra
ment service. All members should bo
present If possible.
9 p. in. Zlon's Ucllglo Literary So
ciety, ltegular musical and literary
program and lesson church history
7:30 o'clock Kvenlng worship i:ider
Special music by the choir. All nro
made welcome at the little King street
KI1WT M. E. (Illlltt'll.
Klrst M. K. Church, corner Bere
tnnla and Victoria streets. It. Klmcr
Smith, pastor. Tho following will be
the services for tho forthcoming
week: Sunday school, !):4! a. in,;
On Sale for Xmas
YE ART8 & CRAFT3
Young Hotel Building
We make fine
post card por
$1.25 a Doz.
Lowest Prices for
Printing and De
veloping fot Ama
teurs. Henry's Studio
67 HOTEL STREET
Between Bethel and Fort
IN BAD t
Then by all means get n bottle of
this very day. It makes weak
stomachs strong, keeps the liver
and bowels active. It also pre
vents Malaria, Fever and Ague.
For Kulo by llenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Chnmbers Drug Co, Ltd., Hllo
Drug Co. und ut all wholesale liquor
By Bonding your order here,
only get the beat eoods at tl
cstPricea, but Quick Delivei..
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our Complete Catalogue today.
P. A. ROVIG CO.
lite mtrxm avl iuttu, wash.
men's class, 10:10 it. iu. morning ser
vice, 11 a. m.; Kpworth Leugiie, G:30
p. in.; evening service, 7:30. Tho
men's class will have an Interesting
discussion Sunday morning. Mr. Coop-'
cr will lead. J. W. Wndnian, D. !.,
will take tho morning servlco. He
will give nn address on his recent trip
across tho continent. I'rofcseor'Wal-
leu will tako charge of the lCp worth
league meeting. In the evening the
pastor will take for his subject, "Tho
Greatest Question liver Asked.. Spec
ial music by A. Hudson ut both morn
ing und evening services.
niltlSTIAN WO It hi: US' I'MOX.
Tills organization, formerly tho
Ministerial Union, will meet nt the
V. M. C. A. Monday at 10 a. m. Speak
ers, Theo. lllchards and J. Wnd
man, both of whom have Just returned
from extensive travel nnd study of re
ligious and social conditions lu Amer
ica. No formal notice of this meeting
will bo bent direct to members. Let
nil observe this fact.
DAVID C. PETKItS, Secy.
When a man tries to tell you how
jou could make u lot of money on a
small Investment, you might ask him
why he doesn't make the small Invest
Duo kind of a dreamer Is a city man
who wants to own a chicken farm.
One lightning roil manufacturer Ins
no right to steal another's thunder.
Watches that won't keep time.
Yes, wo want jou to send us
jour wati lies Hint won't keep
time; watches theuvcrago watch
maker can not llx. No work too
difficult for us to do. We em
ploy no tinkers, hut expert wutch
makers. Wo. cheerfully give estimates
when reipUied, and guarantee
1 2 EnsL.
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