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MARCH 5, 1912
The world is
wheel, ami i will all come around liaht.-
OUR PROMOTION ACTIVITIES.
iThe Bulletin is certain that it voices the general and
'tivc sentiment of the community in protesting against
y campaign ot opposition or ill-advised competition which
erferes with the activ'tics of the Hawaii Promotion Com-
There -arc few men whom his city and Territory could so
afford to lose as Secretary Wood in his management of
promotion work of the islands. He has made the term
)motion what 't is; he has made it worth while: he has done
nders with a mere pittance of funds; he has preserved the
agrity and dignity ot island promotion activities in a man-
that has produced results. If he has not gone ahout the
m batting a t n pan to make a noise and draw attention
, himself and his associates, that is to his credit, espec
w when he has delivered the goods.
Promotion pays. That has been proved over and over
M by the Hawaii Promotion Comm ttee. In consequence
the good investment. Honolulu is growing, but not grow
fast enough to make it practical or anything but event
ly damaging for a competit on to be carried on against the
-imotion Committee in a manner that befogs -the transpor
ion compaires and others on whom Hawaii must rely, as
whether Honolulu has one contral Promotion Committee or
) organizations duplicating the same work.
Ills clt stcniH to be ripe for a few
United States. Thu tiiKiUilz.itlim denl
Ihk with the work, however,. nnkc-i mi
distinction, though tlio condltlonA und
. Honolulu's lloanl nf .Stipervlaorii cr which th.. people (oii lenders the
voice of the people"' I oper.itlon of the niathlne dirfcrent in
Homo respects I'or Insliinie. tlio Im-
v ll.ivo nil I'IikIh of Delegate pos
Iltles. Now. will hontebod uaine
'lien It comes to "all tho world
In ii stnKo" It would sieiu that
la has lost its rpieue
the majority of the people don't
t Hoosavelt for a third term why
B not persuaded to in i ept the pros-
cy of China?
Honolulu must et Into the foui-
k class If It expects to take (are
ho I'anama canal business thai
be rapping at the door in a few
lADA'S IMMIGRATION 'SYSTEM
misriiiit from (irc.it llritaln linen not
lose his Ilrlllsh citizenship, mid starts
from DiKland with a iheap late to
Winnipeg nnd a l-ceiit-a-mlle late to
any point west of Winnipeg, whereas
the ordlunry rate Is 3 cents per mile
The same conditions apply cry largc
1 to the Scandinavian and other Im
migrant Of the tntnl Immigration Into the
country, It Ii calculated that at least
0 pi r lent comes west of the (Ireat
L.iki'H, and among this Is Included al
most the entire M-callcd American
Immigration While the United States
railways do not give liny considera
tion, practlcallj, to Immigration to
Camilla, the Canadian railways have
made nrr.ingcmcutH where!), on tho
presentation of a Canadian Uindseek
ers' Assocltion ticket order at the
houndar) line, the holder thereof is
Ki.mtt.il ii rate of 1 cent per mile to
Inland diHtlnatlous and I cent per
milu b.uk to the boundary, If It is Ills
Intention to retain with a view to
llnnllj bottling In Canada. Those rer
tlflcntes uro granted throiiRli tho med
iuui of the Canadian Cm eminent nlll-
Paul, Chicago, Kuiihuh City,
eminent J3 per acre for II, with the
pigments spread over 10 joins
In leturn for this homestead or
homestead and preemption tho settler
ias $10 entry fro unit undertakes to
perforin ceitaln homestead duties, not
nbl In reside on the hoiuestead hIx
months every jear for thieo jiiirs,
,11ml culthate the hoiuestead to the e.v
tent of 15 acres ever year for throe
J ears, nnd build upon tho homestead n
habitable house. The same duties nre
required, exiept resilience. In the case
of preemption: that Is In say, In the
preempted iiiea, he must ulso inltl
vnte I r, acres ever Jear. At tlio end
of the three jours, If tho dutlis hate
been performed, the homesteader gets
an absolute title to his pi oner Is wlth-
Jout further demand of any sort.
In the caie of n man coming In who
Is not propirod to take up land, the
Immigration Department Units him
cmploiucnl at agricultural work In
Inlmost mi) part of the country. He
' Is leglsterul on ills uriivul, and out
nf tho hundreds of applications for
'help ii place Is selected for him; and,
I with a l-cent-a-mllo rate and a lard
'or Introduction, ho Is sent to the
ngciit of the (invcrnment in the dis
trict In whlih lie proposes to work,
and h) thai agent Is taken to the em
p!o)er or omp!o)inent to which he bns
been speclllcnllr sent
Upon bis airlMil III the country. If
he does pot care to take up his ipiar
teis In a hotel, thorn arc 111 Winnipeg
and wcht of Winnipeg about forty
Cincrumint immigration buildings
In these halls he Is at liberty to make
his home during tho period In which
he Is deciding as to his destination or
arranging for employment In those
hulls arc provided heat, light, hod
looms, and bedding, and each man Is
entitled to two weeks' residence with
out cost; and if il Is found that set
tlement has not been decided upon nt
the end of that time, and that the'de
lay is In no way due to the pettier
lilnifelf, a further and Indefinite pe
ilod of resilience In tho hall is per
mitted The farmer, In his application for
help, must state his nationality, the
nation. ilit) of the man ho wants, the
kind of home ho has, the area of tho
farm, the wages ho Is willing to pay,
and tho period of emplo) incut. The
piospeitlve emplo)oe Is supplied with
a duplicate copy of this application,
and knows the conditions under which
ho takes service with tho farmer. If
ii dispute arises between tho employer
nnd tho cinplnjcc, the new settler has
lecoursi! to the Immigration Depart
ment, where his i.isu is taken up; and
If It should appear thuflnjiistlce has
been' done him, action Is taken by the
department In thn Interests of tho new
settlor without dela)
111 connection with each !o em
inent land olllio are a number of (!ov
eminent laud guides, provided flee b)
the department These land guides,
who uro properly authenticated and
possess a distinctive badge of olllce.
uro obtained through the Dominion
land olllce of the district in which tho
settler proposes to locate No charge
Is made for the land guides' services,
though of course the now settler must
pay tho carriage transportation be
tween tho land ofllio whom he en
gages tho liver) and the locality upon
which ho decides to homestead
In case of sickness and, on that ac
count, Inability on tho part of the new
settler to perform the required duties.
his homestead Is protected that Is to
say, an extension period Is granted
him by the department of the Into
i lor, so that, Instead of performing all
his duties lu throe )ears, ho may bo
inndti Is showing the American
, to hnndlo Immigration under a
iem that Is tilling up its vast fer
lurcns with some of the best pioplo
I one of tho reports of Consul Gcn-
John 12 Jones, stationed at Win-
'g, tlmt olllcial gives a general ro-'cos nt St.
' of tho Canadian method from Detroit, Spokane, and clsovvhoro In the
nplo of Hawaii can gain , I'nlted States The American home-
suggestions seeker having previously discussed his
& work of handling the Immlgra- ultimate destination, either vvllh tho
IE movement Into Canada has r,ov eminent agents in the Culled
Ight Into existence a machine of States or with others, makes his way
"what complex and )ot elTrctlvo to tlio nearest (lovernment land olllce,
i ifnctcr, whoso ramifications reach vvhero he gets Information of an uc-
A"hU over tho country from ocean curuto character as to the avallahlo
Sicoan, sa)s Consul Jones IjibI homesteads for which ho can makn
rApver 311,000 Immigrants camo in- iMitij
Jio Dominion from all ipiaitcui, ' All over tho Wist, partliularl) In
JhU year the number will approx- tm three Provinces of Manitoba, Sas-
Jjh tho poop
)00 to 140,000 am from the I'nlted inallablo about
os. I'ach homestead
emigration Is divided Into thne
has an 1110a of H0
acres, and In some sections of the
s nrltlsh, foreign I'umponn lin- country 11 man may preempt 1111 nilill
ration, and immlgi.itlon from the tiomil 100 ancs by paying tho (Jov-
I EVENING SMILES
rhcro's no rest for the wicked
.Veil, the) don t want an)
- mr kcop nt It '
(cvy, Vorkor I have got to g"
iiigo for a week, dear
clfo: On business?
He's got ovei a thousand of 'om'
thivd I'm uier Hurilseriilililn Gobli' Ho
must bo 11 good wiltci
man) hens as that'
to support bo
I "I told him llieio worn i'iizciih of
1 people right hero lu town who had
Wow Yorker. What other reason itovei hearii or hlin."
Jjil 0110 linvo fin going to Chicago? "I guess lli.it took lilni down a peg
!i or two"
irmor Soboss: Well, Uteres an-' "I guoba II didn't. Ho stalled light
r. llto'ry guy bought a farm back out to mm them and hoiiovv money
e", nnd Rouo to raltlng chickens. Horn them.
Tho electric process of
treating all milk received
at our depot makes pos
sible the delivery of an
absolutely puro milk.
Desides the precaution of
electrically treating the
milk, we maintain perfect
sanitary conditions in our
w" "Th wmmm'mi HMMllfTf 'TlffinB iMhTlrfifllBi i Ti i ri) f ni n 1 1
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At the meetings of the Christian Extension
Movement will be a strong feature. Mr. Fred
Butler, America's finest Gospel singer, will sing at
every service. He will be assisted by the best local
talent and a large chorus choir.
If You Enjoy Fine Singing
You Will Surely Want to Attend
Country Home for
6 1-3 acres land and new modern
bungalow Land is partly improved.
Beautiful marine and mountain view.
About 900 feet. Five minutes' walk
from College Hills carhne.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
permitted four or live, iih the cuso may &2r2riC-C32iT23r
1... 1 .. ...... ... .... 1 1...... ii t . i. 11"
ken ot I.Ih uUKneKH to ileprlvo lilni of l' A GOOD AMERICAN '
Din tintiiostniit mwiti u lilf-li lin litiU '
1.... ..u... ... .... ........ .....,.. ..u t.
plmeil IiIh luboi ami perluiis Ilia i"l- ' 1' Dlt I.' S dOODIII'i:
lu c.iKo of HkkncKS lii hl fnuiily
anil (oimeiiuent ilcHtlliitlou, due eltlior
to Inaiilllclcut c.ipllul or to extni e-
pendltiiro for ineillrlnes anil meillcnl
help, thn new lioiuexteailer Iiiih tlio
light to !tppcj to the limnl-r:ttinu
l)ei.irtmeiit of the Interior
"I'iirI.iiiiI Ih iVriileul
to he It f.u loi lien
I ll.ivo hern
921 BETHEL STREET
Stocks & Bonds
Money to loan on Listed Col
lateral or Productivo Real Estate.
lloiixe uml Lot. I'lilnmn S
llini8-. uml Lot, r.ilanm
IIoiikc .mil l.nl. ruliunii
lloiine nnd Lot, A lutii Ttn.nl..
IIuhIihsm rioitrrty, I'liecn uml
lliillilltiK Lot, llcntunlu Strict..
1 Inline uml Lot, lllll Ave, Kill-
'Holme mid Lot, !Uli Ave, Kilt-
I IlullillliK Lulu. Kevvulo
IIIuhIikhii l'ropcrty, K11K11I Luno.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
worklin; Just hh 1111.V otliei kiiI Aincrl
ein." M.iiiiiiIh of ('iieclihlmi).
m vvliv mil, pi ij "
l"i 11111 ilnv In i,iv
rho inhlille-nKcil man who hijb ho " u to ou to eim jour i.isli like
IcelH iih oiiiib as ever ho did nlmply nn otlier 111:111
doesn't remember. Who Ik ,1 ni'il Amcrlc.in'
Not being afraid of that which In Don't 111111111 t lie nl
daiiKerouu docHti't make a man lin- llecniuio our cuhl
niiine Ciiuiok cat., and the Jib hecms line,
I'v'n licio ou'lt find tli.it live ami foui
KiikIIhIi 01 t K , ,
(S01110 l.ilei i i
I Ihlul. vou'll mnnl ipille le.nlllj
Me mule of pielt) mil'll tlio Kimcold
CoiouelK, 1 iiivviH
I'nn'l 1'i.iller innili If on) ou aie
Which, tecum to mr, IioIiIh kiiiiiI 'niuht
Illue IiIooiI'h mil vvorlli
A dm 11 oil en lb,
In heaven 01 li-1 3 or mi oilier pine
I I'm In ail h tti.it eoiinl, 111 bo), jiiii Ii t
Ami if join pull
Willi old .loliii Hull
Was wnt of'pqii ish, wli) 111 dear
Real Estate for Sale
Modern Huiiiwlovv und liulf ncro ot
I11111I Will linproviil with pluiitH uml
tt I OH.
Unreal 11 price fur iUlil milo.
Modern llnnKiiliiw und 10,000 ii ft.
of hind In tho Miiklki I)lntrlit.
Cash or InHtulmcntH.
Wal.ilnu ltd. und Uth Ave 535
Matlock Ami 30
Kabikiiuii Ave SO
Manna Valley CO
Wilder Ave. " 40
Kabi'taua Ave t 4ti
Walklk! Ileacli 40
Lun.illld Kt , opp I "e wiilo 35
I'alaln Hill 135
Kahiibi rio.icll 85
I litre u loom in t T in Ii- S. nil's luoid
' I mil for ou'
And If von slmw,
11 vvoik, ou knovv.
.'ml piovn Ili.il iui'io 11 vvoilh him
or I! S.
You'll mi thi-iu on the eill him!
And wlio t.in tell
If thlinn no well
1'eili.ipn jnu'll bn elected Kcu ilor,
Ami Kluiup 0111 Statu with pimp uinl
II ive ,1 kiimiI ill 11110
Willi H'H'Hl line,
In tell the nint.i'ii linn )ou kIiivvIv
I'mm poviily and Rliim i.irs to H'lml
till don t 1 . 1 1 1
If vi 11 should full
At l,iht tn li eleitnl I'lesldenl
I'm llkilv Hi) iiuo else will cno n cent'
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OT THE ISLANDS
MAIL IS TOO SLOW FOR
ANYTHING OF IMPORTANCE
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Yrung Hotel Building
All accessories for
Home Studio Work.
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
OACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotl 8tr.et
1I1 mm at the n.iiuo time that it
ITS ('(INTINI'LI) ITHI (IIVI'S
Tin: riNi:.. (li:an pinisii
ill' OLD n.N'OLLSH KTIIItLINO
.SILVLIt, TO WIIK'II DUST
AND DIRT DO NUT ItL'ADILY
THIS POLIK1I IH lX'ONoMI-CAI-IT
DDLS NOT HUH Ol't
Tin: i'aki: too riu:nLY,
AND TI li:ill. IS Ml WASTi:.
it ih ad.1'ti:d ron cli:an-
IS'(, COLD KILVi:it AND CCT
Sold Only by
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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