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MARCH 8, 1911
In men this blunder still vou find:
All think their little set mankind,
COURT DECISION AND PRESENT DUTY.
JTlie decision of the Supremo Court 'ilatlmiH It will have to pay tho price.
the banunn eae shows very con- '"o people slioulil then proceed and
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uslvely that Hawaii has a court I""' """"'"""J ' ' "" evcniuuiiy
L ntl(fiBufttl l(i uni-nrliii n tnw flint i 111
hlch doc fill's on tho law and tho i-t- . , ,. ,..,. ,.. , . . .
,encc to the best of Its Judgment. iat0 uy K,K ,, nuthnrltlcs u
Jther than upon the supposed e- weapon to use on the man who won't
encles of tho government or the do- clean up.
re of Its olllelalH Ah jou Imp your city and lme con-
It Is nothing new for Hawaii lo Hud lldence In Its future, don't allow- this
has n most carefully drawn law on decision to force or cajole jou Into a
hooks that will not do what was ex- blue funk of "what's the use," or a
ctcd. No one doubts that some of false tense of security.
ir laws stand bemuse they re-pro- The light against the mosuulto must
nt Issues which no one. cares to put Iroutlnuo, banana or no banana. A
n test. That Is one of the peeul-loloun town and a niosmiltoUss town Is
jrltles of government, not alone In 'just as. If not more, necessary lo the
awall. .prosperous futute of Honolulu than
Jlf the (lovernment through ono nl i the tariff on sugar Is ltal to the cou
rse laws that Is not what it was tinned success of the sugar Industrj
tpposed to be, has committed depre-'mul the consequent welfare of Hawaii.
J pie ho will pet the situation Into such'
'n mesa that tho Federal authorities i
I who actually believe (ioveriuucnt by
Commission to be the onl) solution,'
will have the opportunity they nro'
toukliiK for. Keeping the people con-!
! tented by refraining from acts that
'urouso needless Irritation Is Just as'
jiiitich n part of good and successful
government as keeping freu fioni nc-
tunl uctH of dishonesty.
It Is not surprising that Mr. Kin
ney draws attention to tho attitude of
the so-called plantation press of tlu
city in Its assault on the Hawaiian
lace. Plantation men generally will
claim they are not responsible for this
hut everyone who knows anything of
the situation Is very well aware that
writers who have lunde u business of
assailing the llawullaiis are hired and
supported by men Intimately allied
with the sugar Industry, iind who
! could put .1 stop (o such Idiotic If mil
criminal community folly If they felt
so disposed. It Is n fair estimate that
the paid writers don't dare attack Kin
ney so etit their bile on the Hawaiian
as a race If the light between the
(Sovoriinr mid the Delegate ever gets
T Into Congress there will certainly be
no lack of Mr ess laid on this phase of
the situation, becnuso the average.
Congressman and especially those with
whom the Delegate has been associat
ed, has a kindly feeling toward tho
Hawaiian, and Just at the present tlmu
It Is popular to hammer away at any
one connected with the sugar Indus
try, If they are doing nothing more
sinful than selling Its product to the
Tho II il 1 1 e 1 1 n quite agrees with
tho man who sayu that "Kinney lias
gone crazy" on somo of tho topics
touched upon. Hut that Is a way that
Kinney lias when lie tackles a subject.
What Hawaii lias to think about Is
whether II can gain uu thing by tak
ing a general hand in tills contest now
going on before the Secretary of the
Interior, or whether the President Is
not only absolutely right but should
bo vigorously urged to speedily tnrry
nut his first decision to scud it special
commissioner to the Islands and settlo
the question of the (lovcrnorshlp on
his report, If ho feels he cannot do It
MR. KINNEY'S BRIEF.
jwnll. I'ven the (Jovernnr's report
'gives tho suggestion of u shiver on
Attorney Klnnev's brier, tiled in tliln subivct.
ashlncton on behalf and durlni: tho A" lmR liw frequently stated In
jsenco of the Delegate In his ion
iDvcrsy with Governor Frear,
these columns, the ltulletln lie-
itli tho local situation with an on
Juslnsm of vigorous nttack that Is
jaructerlstlc of Mr. Kinney. Those
ociateil with him In such lights as
0 Japanese strike and the attempt
shanghai tin. laborers of tlui Ter-
ory know that when Mr. Klnne)
fcklcs a topic he goes at It like a
fin divine off the dock Into Ice water I
ithcro nro no two ways about It.
The brief Hied on behalf of the Del
ate teems with the same "burn onr
Idgcs" atmosphere Whether the
jthod Is popular or not, depends on
tether ou are on Klnney'u side ol
(Tho brief deals with such broad and
erlacing Issues with a mixture of
TBonallty and politics thrown In that
Is safe to say not ten men will ab-
tltely igreo on all points that Mr
ainey li.is placed before the Secrc-
y of the Interior. A fair number
people have read tho brief and the
nment that has bieu verbally of-
jed offhand Is fairly expressive of
b varied opinions on the topics of the
ur In Hawaii:
Politician "He Is making- campaign
Iterlal for Woodrow Wilson."
pugar Man "Tho man is absolutely
apltnllst "It Is a lawyer's brief
d goes wild."
Attorney "I am mighty glad the
ef Is to be printed because It will
away with tho impression bet
tered that Mr. Kinney Is trying to
Frear Supporter "Kinney Is smlt-jthat the plantation interests want it
ileatsi"p'ts lllcrt' '" " greater Hanger iroin
mo Mnpancsc-iMiicrican auu uniueac-
Ainerican who has been born-' at'itt
brought up under American inllueuces
than there la from the child of any
other alien who has come to the coun
try. It Is true the piobleui Is a new
one. Hut so was the Hawaiian prob
lem a new ouo when ho was given
manhood suffrage. And so weio sev
eral other problems that good people
have contemplated with a fear ap
pioachlug political and Industrial hor
ror, without taking into consideration
the record of what our public schools
and the environment of American In
stitutions accomplish In making first
class cltlens out of some pretty raw
material from other nations.
Tho Hill lot ill's solution of tho
Oriental problem is well known
Kuropeanliing the main Industry, If it
be Impossible In view- of the compe
tition with cheap labor sugur coun
tries to more directly Americanize It.
As frequently stated In these columns
half the battle would bo won and
criticism checkmated If thcro was a
more determined movement toward
the cmplojnient of citizen labor In
skilled positions offered by tho main
Uut, ns In this Instance, thcro Is not
a topic touched upon In tho brief, a
dlbcusslon ot which does not lead off
on tangents of personal views.
(!nv eminent by Commission Is an
other vexed topic. It Is a constant
threat. Tho popular Impression Is
tho hand that bus fed him all
udo j viii at
knd this Is a fair sample of the
terrace of opinion which a man cues
tngalnst when dealing with any
mg that approaches a vital Iksiid In
'In tho estimation of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
r.,'Klnney has gnno wild on the t)r
ttal question, nlthoiigh It must be
uiltted his conclusions tally very
Bi'iy wuii wnav nan im-l-ii expiesai-u
ore the military committee of the
ute of Representatives and onter-
ned very genorally If not openly
hrossed by peoplo resident In lla-
- i' k ,
Will be able to attend meetings in their own language in connection
with the Christian Extension Movement
The Ilawaiians, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Koreans
Are all arranging for special services at various places during the
two weeks that the English-speaking people gather at the I
MARCH 18 to 31
Tills Is the year Hint "Issues" will
bo put squarely beforo the peoplo.
:nnul will certainly not be a de
pressing quantity for tho next few
In tho coming campaign Judge of
the, o.raory by substance, rather than
by Bflund. v
ncptibllcnnlfuii or Democracy lias
nothing to do with the elllclency of a
board of city olllcials.
What class would it have put lloosc
velt In If he had answered, "Taft ai.J
tho old party are good enough for
"Standing pat" Is all right as an
expression, but no city ever made for
progiess or kept up with tho proces
sion that did It.
Looking back over political history
our children will find Hint Woodrow
Wilson made a fluo president for
If Honolulu Is to bu modem it must
look up modern methods and ways for
tho disposal of Its garbage. Ily keep
ing along In tho samo old rut, wo
may II ml ourselves In as bud odor us
This is gained through the fact that
the hardest lighters against the Itiim-!
giiratlon ot municipal government
were men ussotlated with the sugar
Yet way down In his boots tho last
man to want liovornment by Military
Commission is the sugar plantation
liven (bo (lovernor wo believe has
given an answer on this topic which
Is not evasive. Whom his administra
tion threatens (loverninont by Commis
sion Is that through Inefficiency In de
railment hervlce, Impolitic administra
tion anil lack of touch with tho poo-
Bollcltor: Then you don't think It
uld bo tho wisest plan to try ami
t your creditors?
Ilont: Good heavens, man! I he
pSjufct the peoplo I want to avoid'
Tommy: I'np, what Is tho dlffor-
bo between an epithet and an opl-
tommy's Hop: Ono Is applied to n
JtiJ beforo he Is dead and tho other
What did tho banker's daughtor
sav when yo'i asked her to marry
'She said I would have to go to par
l fore she could tako stock In III)
"It Is Incorrect to say thai a man
suicided,'" Hiid tho editor.
"That's light." lopllod tho writer;
"and, besides. It's out of duto. Tho
thing to say Is Hint a man cyaulded."
Our determination to sup
ply our customers with an
absolutely pure, healthy
milk, and at the same time
a milk of exceptional rich
ness, has been carried out
with the result of a large
ly increased list of cus
tomers and all entirely
A limited number of choice lots are
still unsold. Building restrictions
which prevent erection of whacks, ten
ements, ugly fences, undesirable neigh
bors, etc., make this section desirable
for building a home. Oahu College is
within 10 minutes' walk. A ten-minuto
car service is in operation. Cas, elec
tric .light, city water, are already in
stalled. Prices of remaining lots, 10c
and 12c per sq. ft. If desired, will be
sold on easy terms.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Honolulu wants to quit four-flushing
and get ready for tho business
that li suiely coming (his way beforo
the canal Is olllcially olcncd,
Olio of tho writers In Scrlbner's
magazine for March asks whether tho
sheep should not be tho national sym
bol rather than tho eagle. That'H not
so bad. Hut of course wo know all
peoplo select their sjiuhols with ref
erence to aspirations rather than acts.
The Office of the
is open on week days from 7 a. m. to
5:30 p. m and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m. and until 11 every night for
the receipt of ships' messages
024 DCTHCL STRCCT
Stocks & Bonds
Money to loan on Listed Col
lateral or Productive Real Estate.
1 louse mid Lot. l'nt.im.i $ 1 .'''"'
' limine anil Lot, Palatini -V""1
, House mid l.nt, Asjliim ltd ... l.T.r,ll
lliisiuets Property, tjneen St. .. If,,'iu
'lliillilliig Lot, Ileretaula St. ... 2..,tii
' Himixo mid Lot. Mil Ave, Kal-
I iiiuM 2.M'i
lliillie mid Lot, !tll .We, Kill-
I tllUt.l 2.51U
llousi' and Lot, l-tli Ave., Kul-
Iliilldlng lots. Kew-ali I.omi
Iliulni'iH Property, Kukul l-ino .V.OU
I'uiiilshiil House, Kaplolanl St. ...S3
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd Building
$2250 lluiignliiw unit. lining seven'
looiuH anil hath, on llulUk Ave., near
Klni; ran 1m- bought on eiiKy terms
"Iii another decade, Rajs l,uv
ernor Krear in Ids report of Juno
30, 1911, tin majority of tho Jap
anese and Chinese will probably
Lo native born." -llrlef of Attor
This may bo ttuo enough but it
doesn't mean that Iho iniilortlv of Itm
population of the Islands will be Chin
ese and Jnpanesu unless Iho American' to Merchant Street
protective system is so upset by Con-1 r
giess that no one hut the Oriental can
make a living In the Islands
Oliver G. Lansing,
lilies) jour mime In II ii 1 1 n In'
nilierlMiig and It returns lo )uu a
hundred fold. I
Real Estate for Sale
.Modern Ilungalow and half acrn ot
land. Well Improved with plants and
Hargnln prlcu for quick salo.
Modern Ilungalow- and 10,000 sq. ft.
of laud In the Mnklkl Dlxulct.
Cash or Instalments.
Walulao lid. and tltli Ave 35
Matlock Ave SO
Kahikaun Avi SO
Manou Valley R0
Wilder Ave. 40
-KjitH'uuni Ave IS
Wnlklkl Heal 1 40
lainulllo Ht., opp. Kewulo 35
Painlo Hill 3S
Kahnla Iteacli 85
FATAL EIFEL TOWER LEAP
TO TEST PARACHUTE CAPE
Rcichcll Steals Dummy's Placo
and Falls to Awful Death
Jcois of Crowd.
All accessories for
Home Studio Work.
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
PARIS, Trailer, l-TIi I. An Aus
Irian tailor named Itelchelt was killed
lod.-iv while tesliiq; an automatic p-ir-ncliute
caX' intended for use of avia
tors. Tho contrivance was Ids own inven
tion and Itelchelt was authorised by
tho pollcu to carry out tests with a
dummy first Horn u Mugo on the Ciffol
Tower. Having absolute faith In tho
oIlltMi of his Invention, Itelchelt so
cietly determined to dUpcnso with
Ilio. iluiumv ami tiy Iho ipciimcut In
poison He rapidly donned tho gar
ment and leaped lulu Hp'ico liuforo lie
could be slopped.
Tho cui it failed to open ami Itelchelt
dioppud like a stone.
A gieal crowd that h'lil gathered at
Iho ham of tho lower burnt Into Joels
when limy i.-iw what Ihey bolloved to
bo the dummy iliup. Their mirth sud
ileul.v changed In cnuslomutlon when
lliev ieallci tli.it It was Iho Invonlor
IMidl) a bone In his body was left
IN COPLUV PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Strut
SEE THE NEW
HAND COLORED VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNER8
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Dishop Street Yruno Hotel Building
cleans at tile sainu Hum that It
ITH CONTINlMin UKIO (1IVI0S
Till: l-'INi:. CLHAN PINIHII
Ol' OLD KNOLIHII HTKKI.IKO
SH.VIlIt, TO WHICH DUST
AND DIRT DO NOT RHADILY
THIS rOLIHII IS r.CONOMI
CAI. IT DOH.S NOT HUB OFF
Tin: i'aici: too kuhbly,
AND TIIL'Iti: l.t Ml WAHTi:.
IT IS ADI'Ti:i) KOIl I'LIIAN
INCI (SOLD, HILVHft AND C'l'T
Sold Only by
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