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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1014.
T 3f m Mm . &i m-$Mk LLY M '' ' Z cvra-vl mm RILEY H. ALLEN WEDNESDAY JULY .20, 1014 H'ZfO ron ri t Mufficitiitli noble. German. ' THE RIVAL IRISH ARMIES 11 be Star-Bullff In fnvltM frtM an1. The frpmipnCT vith tthirh tha nv lDlxUlv rranK discussion In th!s column on allcidents have followed each other can- .- .- . , ( legitimate subjects of current interest; not help but give cue the Impression jvvuiinumcauons are constantly re-' that the penalty provided for auto I reived to which no signature is at-'fiends (that term embraces all chauf- IaaaJ t.i- - ..... tiaiiru. IUi paper win treat as con-jfeurs that figure In any phase of au jfldentlal signatures to letters if the i tnmobita recklessness, from prrcdins s has . o aesire, but cannot give The Ilritish imss in the nast few week ....:; .1. .1 : ..... tfPace. r anonymous communica r'lillll II ill 1 III I IlillllitTl UN HUH III ITinilll" I A11IM10N 10 TOURIST TRAVEL DETAILS Flstcr situation. Most of tin- to the , Hons.) li'ltltllir iu iwtii' 1 the speed limit tp killing everybody in sight) is not proving effective. Why not trv the penalty of ira pounding the auto itself, say a week 1 IMfc lUUKISTS AND TUP UAi ca -f ' ' ----- imiWhuil with m ti.tiM nf vr-rimw nrinrolieiwim.' ' vai a to.o for the first offense, three weeks for "ii" J ami on., writer even goes the length of savin- Edltor Honoluh star.BllUetln .that Sir Edward ("arson has let loose forces f Sir: 1 was very much piej that, he cannot longer control, iutimatin; the Flstermen will tight, whether or no. that and a Home Iluler," savs in the London Dailv Chronicle: 4At Antrim, riandehove, Limavady, and Hel- KAI A TDID inir, .u J . .k. - t nit? wiuim uiiciasc, i o minima iur the third, and the permanent revoca- A 1 . I V 1 V A A VA IKV Jtl VAinW W I UU IliUVIIIUQ read .in -your issue of the 25th inst .t Ior a uDtlui cnense.j the verbatim report of what Mr k r ; It is possible that the detail might I Weber of Los Angeles did say at hisDe managed more wisely so that the I Itlfnrma' tall.- Ksfnn . I thirrl ani) ciihaMinont nffcnsaa .-iMi1i. ha j,musay t.rawioru, wining as "a rroiesiam club with reference to his nartv nf left out of the consideration. The school teachers and their visit to Hi- principle of so affix lag the penally leakala. In justice to mvself. and the that the law-breaking owner of an au desire which we of Maui always have tomobile shall be deprived of its use to welcome visitors to our island. I if he persists in offending would hit put into legal opera case of accidents or whpro tha IrMim a 1 . a " .i r 1 , it 1 ' . . . . . " ... ine governmeni. xeni-iactHj, dour, ami lacKinj; was mrougn me inter-island Steam stances prove that there was negli- a sense of humor, the Lister -Volunteer! take ; a 'P11011 company -n a letter in- gence on the part of drivers that themselves more serionslv than tlieir leaders 7m Sme,vWfbr,and Armstrns could be counted as nothing less than JI UnM nes moit wnoiis j mail UUir Itam rs. of Angeles had written them ask- criminal, canceling the license and lliese inen gta ineir poiiiicai eciucauon irom mg rcr a scneduie of rates on 20, 40 positively refusing to issue another lsned or pvpn the ronfisratlon of th ma on chine itself would help mightily to a m- ttota nf ffrofl fay lntlnn tn tYta nart rt i icuiicu, Kivme raies ana ex- tlie rVinmipniP! ; their kt I ri 1 11 nl nilviKer reel in Pained that we could not handle more , a i A m i m - 1 than a party of 2u on the Ilaleakala the htm eontiicts of the Old Testament period, trip at one time, and that it would be of the days of Joshua, when Jewish war cor- necessary to divide the excursion into resmmdenfs roportwl that the enemv had been .' wo ar5,e? lf nuraber exceeded 1 1 ii 1 . ' ., . the 20; if the party was a large one, 'smitten hip and thl;U even unto the going then we should need several days no down of the sun.' jtlce to make the necessary arrange ,,mi 1 T.i i. 0 x 1 e 1 ments. Nothing more was heard ab jut "The dour Lister Scot has no safety-valve e- the Weber party until Mav hst when cent ha nl WOrk. The onlv lauirll I observnl an agent of the Matson Navigation i Comnanv called n me statine that nr JOHN W.. CALDWELL , T t,. . , f a. oS the steamers of his company ex- the best wishes for my successor in FOn and deneral Sir deorge Hichanlson. -.It.. pected to bring a party of school teach- office. Mr. Forbes. Mr. Forbes and was the laugh of two men who knew thev were ers conducted by a Mr. Weber of Los I are the best of friends. at two davs'ifiist I had an opiMjrtunitv to see the 'armv' on ouh lie ma,ke a few additions to hard if it were pi .11 ivu uci.tri -i1. ,Mp-' Weber's talk. tion. Also in cai ll,. together h,U(h ( arson n'Ui? u ;vnn n.ijiw from j The first time , heard of Mr Weber sen0U8 character ine gmeriiiuem. niern-iaceij, (iiiur, aim lacking as luraugn ine inter-isiand Stea a sense of hunior, the Ulster Volunteers take ;Nav,ption Company, in a letter i ii i . i i ii i i forming me that Weber and Armstroi themselves more seriously than their leaders. of Angeles had written them as These ineii get their political education from ing fcr a schedule of rates on 20, Torv siKiH-hes, and what religious knowledge r C(j ,Pe"ons parateiy. who wish 1 -' . . , m. T to visit Ha!eakala and lao valley c they posses from 'anniversary sermons. Their i Maijl durin the (thi y 1 A ..: A - t l A Al II'MI! . . . .. ' The Star-Dulletin puldishes tolay a coiinii nication from the; manager of tlm 3Iaui Hotel i in answer to some criticism of the Ilaleakala trip' voiced hy a Ls Angeles tourist conductor before the Ad Club recently. Mr. WelKr, the visitor, expressed surprise at the C(st of the Ilaleakala trip. To this the man ager of' the Maui hotel rejoins th .hotel accommodation was included '.'with a' free auto trip to lao valley and free riding-habits for those of the tourist party who were unprepared for the exigencies of the ride up Maui's grand old mountain. Tne case is gtronff v 1 usirative or ine neeui nnrii.nh.r nttenHnn nn 'iho' wrt of political mentors belong to the age of William mer . k . ! W ' 1 ' ' " Hawaii's home promotionists to the details of tourist travel , here. Manager'. Field's letter plainly shows that he' had fractintlly no ad vance information about the party, what it ex Iectetl to do, ' what it wished to pa vor . how it should be handled. This may. have been the fault of Mr. Weler or of somebody oise. It would In? well for the Promotion Committee to sift the details of this particular case and find out just where the failure lay to see that full lnf.tnnt!nn ti'nii nlvon Ititli .Via tnnriiii" ennilnc- tor and the man expected to arrange. the Halea- .kala trip. ,': .V-:..'-.:'V,v Here is a case where all parties wanted the Barne thing a trip to Ilaleakala that would sat isfy the visitor. The Maui hotel as a matter of good businesses anxious to tend its patrons away satisfied ; the manager of the party as a matter of good business is anxious to satisfy Jl. ' T 1. il. l.!n tnlinu i.n Hinf 1ii'SiTi Col 1 IJIOS" VMIO iUKC llln lUtUB, WMIlttt.Ut r.v. more tours; the people of Maui, it is shown, ex tended many courtesies to the visitors. And here is the place for the Promotion Com- other drivers, and at the same time it would lessen the risk of injury to those who are obliged to dodge the autos In our downtown streets. DODGER ita Till INTllJMlWy I have fooling somebfKly. Put into words it meant, . Angeiea, na ne wanted rates. rr . . a 1 -i a i . il l- acui laics -now long must, we nc.iorceu 10 Keej) up tins faree?v" I gave WILLIAM DREIER: Being On July 14 last I received the foK newcomer, I certainly am very much lowing and tlrst direc: communication imDressed with Honolulu and imnoiu from Mr. Weber, dated from the Kk lans. This city has one of the finest lauea Volcano house: "Our party of 17 will reach Kahului, Y. M. C. A. buildings I have ever seen. The London Daily Mail publishes an article bv Hamilton Fvfe which savs tliat. the Nation- illist Volunteers "were a decent lot of men. not 'via Manoa 6n Friday. July 17. We JEFF M'CARN: I am going to , : it a.,..,. ' ciiKn.in ihoue to make 'Mui hotel our head- W'ashlnetcn on official business. It . , . x , , i .,, . , - t quarters. W&nt to make the trip up concerns matters which nave occurred bearing, for they had been drilled only a. few to Haleakala and return to Honolulu.'ln Honolulu since my arrival here, and times. But they Stepped out briskly along the via Manoa on the 18th. Will proba- matters which are going to happen mjid nnd did their best tint to 't tanked nr b,v need about eignt or nine riding after my return - . - - - - - , -.v i , , skirts, if we make the Haleakila trip, at the words of command. W hat struck me can we hire, them there?- I would ap- most was their amiable air of being out for the predate word trom you sent to Royal evening. If I had to draw a picture of a typi cal Ulster Volunteer (after seeing a good many thousand of them .. T should mvp him a hard. mittee to come in with a systematization or .rranity look, the stetdv eve of a fanatic, and ex tourist travel in Hawaii to such an extent that I)ression of self-confident self-control. Since tbere shall be;no n'petitions of this needless in- that April evening I have, seen some thousands cident. ... The Jlaui tnpvis so wen won u taking (,f Nationalist Volunteers also. A composite portrait, in' this;1 ease would show a good- humored face, the face of a man who might be Hawaiian hotel tefore 'we leave here." As I could not get5 letter to Mr. MAYOR FERN: I figure it will take 3350 votes for me to be elected at the direct primary election. I am cut getting those votes, for I don't lliUb lb, IM1UUIU HUl lf Jliaiim oiipiinn misunderstanding as to rates or accommoda tions.' '. !-'-;.:':;'y.-;-';V;;:r'-':;V'!' Every advertising man, every worlds-traveler, e ve ry manager of tours is glad to join in the jiraie of Hawaii's natural attractions. . "You have the goods,v said Mr. 'eber.? "All you need is to realize on them." Itunning lown all the details of such an af f.iir as this end' making sure that it does not occur again is a function in which home pro motionists cai prove themselves of real value.' IT. IIWI IiR uCLIANS ItllHAtt talked into doing things, and who, if he were well directed, might do them well. But not the face of one who would start a movement or die for a cause." Weber before he left Honolulu for.beiieve a mayor should have to. run Maui, I sent him a wireless "Will meet Manoa arrival KahuluL" Until I bad a talk with Mr. Weber at 7 a. m., July 16, last,' on board Ma noa, Y did" not" knerw definitely how many of his party really intended to make the Haleakala trip. The party of 17 persons left the Manoa; went to th,e Mank hotel; where! the best rooms were . allotted them--ifot iff1 any instance,- more than two7 faersons in one jroora, and some rooms wun rrvaie bath. Those tnat preierrea nan a room to themselves. 'Fifteen of the party left the Maui ' hotel in three autos after lunch on day of arrival; The Oermari Socialists are holding mass twice for the same office. meetings to denounce preparations for war, but there were only two passengers to oc- - WILLIAM Ll ROSA, second deputy district clerk, is enjoying a vacation thin week He ia Rnendine it at Red a fourth auto was at the disposal of th f nill in encampment with the National party, but being a seven-seaier, ana Guard. if the Kaiser ever starts into action, thV Social ists will follow him by the hundreds of thou sands. The. great Bebel made this plain a few years ago when he arose in the Reichstag and declaml thatwhen a foreign foe thrtitenetl the Empire, the Socialists would lay down their lives in its defense. The Literary Digest for June .18 publishes four large photographs of Mt lessen, Califor nia, with the title, "Our Only Active Volcano South of Alaska.? The attention of this excel lent journal Should be drawn to the fact that horseback to tne summit of Haleakala Hawaii, which is some distance south of Alaska, 'and return to Waiiuku cost us n per is part of the United States and that one of our chief industries is that of live volcanoes. If the political proselyting of Hon. (Jeorge II. Carter on Kauai is a fair sample of his work at Honolulu and on the other islands, we ariv in clined to the opinion that he and his party will not "go far nor stay long." -Garden Island. While Pr t Wilson is diplomatically ! i If l-oni getting cornered on the ! : question, Secretary Bryan is far t coinmitting himself. The presi t .' s ' tiotis of suffragists that their uld be taken to the individual , ! t tH'crctar Bryan recently issued a statement favoring woman's suffrage .hiring that hf would ask no political . r himself that e is not willing to grant ;. He further announced his intention ; ; :;rting the proposed state constitutional Imcnt in Nebraska! . ;, ' ( a he mother", the secritarv ld, can justly .in t lie right to employ eye'ry weapon which be made effective" fr the protection of whose interests she guards, and the ballot 1 put witjiin her reach all of the instrumen 1 . 1 i t ies of government, including the police power.' .' " " :'" ;- ;;: "Polities will not suffer by. woman's entrance into it. If the political worla has grown more pure in spite of the evil influences that have operated to debase it, it, will not be polluted by the presence and participation of woman. Neither should we doubt that woman can be trusted with the ballot She has proved her self equal to every responsibility imposed upon her ; she will not fail society in this emergency. Let her vote, and may that discernment which has throughout the ages ever enabled her to quicklv crasp great truths made her 'the last at the cross and the first at the sepulcher The Democratic platform will need all of bo direct her in the discharge of her political Link's financial props to keep it from collapsing cupy it, Mr. Weber requested U3 not to use It. The party ' returned to tne Maui hotel the'next niornitg. all de claring themselves well pleased with the trip to Haleakala, I cannot refrain from referring to a I few matters which Mr. Weber should have added to his Air Club tarn: "My party was met on board the Ma noa on arrival at Kahului by a party of ladies and gentlemen, whose only interest was to give us a welcome to Maui. These friends had driven many miles at daybreak to extend to us an aloha.' " To his remark, "The trip from the Maui hotel to OUnda and thence by SHIRLEY BUSH, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Bush of this" city, left for the mainland In the Matsonia this morning to resume his studies in the University of California. MISS RAMONA MARKS, who has been spending the summer in Hono lulu, with her mother and brother, was a departing passenger In the Matso nia this morning. Miss Marks will enter Berkeley this fall. ; The federal income-tax, has produced - many millions less revenue than was expected, but the Democrats in Washington deny with heat that it's because incomes have lately fallen off. nemnn " - He snouia.aave juiuuu iua. in this sum was included two days' accommodation at the Maui hotel; free auto trip to lao valley in the Maui ho tel auto for those who wished to avail themselves of the trip;, free riding habits and extra clothing for those un prepared, which were loaned by the Maui hotel not to mention the many courtesies : shown Mr: Weber's party by the Waiiuku peeple. 3 W. H. FIELD, Manager, Maul Hotel Company, Wai luku, Mani. 'LOCK UP THE AUTO. A. E. L.4.RIMER, secretary of the men's department of the Honolulu Y. M. C. A., left for the mainland in the J Matsonia this morning en route to Cedar Rapids, la., on a business trip. Mr. Larimer will be absent from the city a month. Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Sir : : Several days have gone by without the recording of some serious or fatal accident. (Everybody knock wood.) In the past, the very recent Emperor Francis Joseph's manifesto, reluc tantly declaring war. rather puts the blame for past, Honolulu has had more than her . . . . V. wrt r 9 anin AAnirlAnto Total onH nth. Jl.n I . 1 rt , I DUaiC VI OUHJ avV'UCI1"' " liA VUl mc Biiuauuu uu i ruuufuiu. Considering that he hasn't got it yet, Fred Waldron is having a mighty lot of trouble in disposing of that salary. BURDETT S. EDDY of Pittsburg. Pa., who has been spending the sum mer at the Moana' Hotel, sailed this morning on the Matsonia Tor San Francisco. Mr. Eddy will make a tour of California before returning to his home in the East. JEFF M'CARN, United States dis trict attorney, departed for the main land on the. Matsonia this morning en route to Washington, D. C, to confer with Attorney-general McReynolds and other persons on matters of official business. Mr. McCarn expects to re turn the latter part of August. JAMES A. KEaSNEDY, president and manager of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company, who is touring V4w. w - , -oM r . " uv to iuui i lio erwise, that were seemingly prevent- In the Far East, has sailed from Sing able. - ' anore to Svdnev. N. S. W.. according duties as to add new glories to her and through her still bless further societv. K INTOLERABLE r; ,. : : The one thing certain about Mr. MeCarn's rase is that the people of Hawaii have borne long with a situation at the federal court that jevery day comes nearer being intolerable. District Attorney McCarn is inclined to Kcoff at the Washington reports that he is likely . to be recalled. We shall see. during the campaign. Peacemaker Carnegie will' grieve over this European situation and place a few more or ders for armament. Every Republican hankering after office will have an opportunity to tell why, at" Aala Park on August 15 HOUSES FOR RENT FURNISHED. Manoa Valley ... . ... . . .. 3 bedrooms 12th Avenue ..y..'.'.r. ...... ..3 bedrooms Tantalus .1 1 . . t.T . ... .3 bedrooms Lunalilo St. .u.'. . ........2 bedrooms Palolo Valley road ...V.. ..'..3 bedrooms Prospect Street .;..C..,.r....3 bedrooms -' UNFURNISHED ' . ,3 bedrooms t. .................. ;. 2 bedrooms :i "' 3 .....2 bedrooms ' 3 .2 bedrooms ? 3 t eJrcor- $65.00 35.00 ... 45.00 ....... 35.00 ....... 35.00 .''60.00 The Hague Peace Palace can easily be trans formed into a barracks. ; : 1 1 Lunali! Your. i Wilhclr Aloha L Auld L:.r Kai;:.;. c r s. : . ins IF YC'J IV Re-i ...3 tcJroc-. I ! ,- ... LTD., :-::nd A pur.;; ........ V..... 145.00 t' 1 35-00 30.00 .',17.00 16.00 25.00 30.00 30.00 'FER WITH US . -.. cf Hawaii Bldg. . Travelins: Clocks 1 1 is a great n m venience yes, even a necessity! to lie able Jo know the time at night when vou are traveling. With one of our French Traveling ('locks which come in folding leather eases you can tell the time even on the darkest night and in the darkest state room. ' "'. the Hands and Figuns are lumi nous! WICHMAN & CO. jt 'welers yl to advices which' have been received by the company. Mr. Kennedy cx pects to return to Honolulu Septem ber 11. R. B. PARK, for the past year and half engineer for the Board of Har bor Commissioner, and who recently resigned his position. left for San Francisco this morning on the Matso nia. Mr. Park will locate either In San Francisco or Los Angeles, havlni engineering positions In view in both these cities. 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