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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, iTirraSDAYl SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. RILEY H.ALLEN - - - - EDITOR THUftSDAY. . . . . . . . .SEPTEMBER 17 ,U14 Music V (hf ' luivf rml Janfjunje of tnnnl inl.-LonrrfVllbvc. GAME FISHING IN HAWAIIAN WATERS Fishing for tourists that is, of course, pro vidinc fishing facilities for tourists is some thing that Hawaii's promotion workers can verv well afford to help along JL Gooding Field, whose troupe of trained statistics can perform oh anv subject, has re ocntly delved into the possibilities of fishing as a siort in Hawaii and being an expert angler himself, he knows what he is talking about when he savs that disciples of Izaak Walton from all over the world would come here if they knew what .game denizens oi tne deep undeniablr right when he says that mainland communities have made almost fabulous sums' by exploiting their sporting, facilities. In his talk to the Ad Club yesterday Mr. Field brought out that the state of Maine dollars per annumthat sportsmen spend that much in Maine each year. The Catalina fish ing, known the world over, attracts exponents of the-rod and reel trom every country under the sun and has resulted in the investment of nearly $200,000 in fishing launches and other appliances, an investment on which a nanusome profit is realized. During the fishing season, lie declares, the town of Avalon, home of the famous Tuna Club, .is visited by fever 175,000 persons..;.; ..' ' ' :'-vV:; '. These figures ven discounting them a little for the well-known characteristics of fishermen are conclusive. Fishing as a sport can be made to pav where the game fish are to be found, and Field not only asserts they are to be found in Hawaiian waters; but proves it by giving their names in erudite Latin as well as 4 in English and Hawaiian! : . : ; . . . . Hawaii 's fishes, are already 'known' around the globe for their beauty tff cfifbr atd novelty of former Judicious advertising of the gariie qualities of many local varieties and corres ponding organization of tho facilities for ang lers ought to insure for this territory an en tirely new crop a crop of fish stories in com parison with which six hundred thousand tons of sugar at six cents a pound will lool: like a minnow alongside one of Brother Field's giant "black sea-bass better known as Stcrcolepis G i gas or the ferocious bonito, which answers affectionately to the name of Gymnosarda Pelamis. Armed with a nine-ounce rod and a dictionary, anglers in these waters caiv cat,ch anything" from a yellowrfin tuna (Thunnus Macrapterus) to a whale (Ananias Munchaus eniensis) and develop an entirely new sporting and orthographical industry for Hawaii. :'. Joking aside if tackling that Latin termin ology can be termed a joke the; sport of fish ing in Hawaiian waters has tremendous possi bilities and the proposed organization of . the Tuna Club at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon on the roof garden of the Young Hotel should start things moving in the right direction. HO DELAYS WANTED. The dismissal of the federal charge against William Welsh leaves the way open for speedy hearing of the charge of heedless-driving still pending against him in the territorial court. Welsh ran down and nearly killed mounted police officer and the public is not going to be satisfied with any unnecessary delays in the administration of vigorous and thorough justice.; .. .: ' ;.::'::;;v ' Honolulu is planted at a yeoT convenient spot for refugee merchant vessels. This is a form of port business that the territorial harbor com missions hadn't counted upon. iv C """,, .... v -, . v; . Secretary Wood might also insert in the mainland transportation company's folders a J 'timelv'tip to the effect tliat there's nc war in ' Hawaii :-".:" ' -VC';-;7il:' London declares the Russians haven H landed on French soil. However, they appear to land ed on the point of the Austrian jaw. rnirt Pniiw)on oonenra ftfn torn sn misV . , . .1 J It :'''! it ; . 1 denying the oiner ienow s claims iney nave jio time to pass on real war news. - Talk about your Burbank achievements: JLook at the sugar stock lemons that are being" luraed into melons! : --f. :r ? CRITICISM OP FRENCH TACTICS WWI COURT MAY DECIDE THE n wA Llnl(M m WAma. A Some severe criticism Of the- tactlCS Of the utterance en the European war has Allies in Helgium is being voiced by 'military hcen anlousy waited. cia upon 'k o,'M. :u . r . it England's sona to "stand up and meet oben ers m America. Quite naturally neither the war- in the tdtiong spirited trench nor British papers have anything of the kind to sav. The criticism of the Allies is that they failed to realize the strength of the German thunder bolt that was being launched through Belgium at France. Because the .gallant little Belgian army, was unable to hold Liege for several, days in the face of a furious attack, the French commanders are accused of underestimating the German forces and consequently failing properly to back; up the Belgians, The Ger mans, finally battering their way through Liege and Xamur, streamed on into France in innum erable hosts and not until thev were, almost within sight of the walls of Paris did the French defense stiffen into immovabil it v. How much of the criticism is justified re mains to be seen. It may have been the policy of the French and British allies to allow Ger many s army to string out over, hundreds of miles of alien and hostile territory, thus spread ing itself so thin that it became more vulnera ble to attack; It may have' been tlie belief of the Allies that Germany's very headlong for ward plunge would exhaust her strength, and that to raise the German soldiery to the pin nacle of hope and then dash them to the abyss of despair by an unexpected check at the very last moment v would do more to shatter the morale; of the disciplined Teutons than any series of hard: battles oriz the" threshold of France. ' .y:;;.;' r-;-;': .f;V The censorship' is so strict, the jnoves of the master military minds clouded in siich secrecy and characterized by such indirection, that not until the war is over," if at all, will the true poem reprinted from the N'ew York World: YOR ALL WE HAVE AND ARE. I.. ; For all we have and are, ' For all cur children's fate. Stand up and meet the war! The Hun Is at the gate. Our world haa passed a.way. In wantonnes o'erthrown. There's nothing left today Dut steel and fire and atone. Thcugh all we knew depart. The old cammandment atanjl: "In courage keep your heart! In strength lift up. your hand!" ' ii. .-. - Once more we hear the word That sickened earth of old: "No law except the sword, Unsheathed and uncontrolled!'' Once mere It knits mankind: Once mere th e nation s go To, meet and break and bind A crazed1 and driven foe. --.y':-: III. ' ; Com fort, . content, delight The. ages' slow -bought gain They shrivelled in & night Only ourselves remain. To face the naked days . In silent fortitude, Through perils and dismays Renewed and - re-renewed. Thcugh all we made depart. The olef commandments stand: "In patience keep your heart! . - In strength lift up your hand!" : IV. t . No easy, hopes or lies . Shall bring us to our goal, But Iron sacrifice I. Of body, will and soul. There's but one task for all For each one life to give. Yvh stands If Freedom fall? - Who dies If England live? THE NEW SITUATION, (Frdm The: Garden Island.) : Now that Kuhio has won the.nomi nation- to run on the Republican t'.cke! storv of the last three weeks' maneuvering be to succeed himself (whether by woi. told In the meantime, the military observers &r or honorable means, matters not . . . .. . . t l for practical pol'ticalt purposes), it s 01 America seem to llilliK inai crucial misiaKts wm De the duty of Republicans of all were made bv French commanders in their , islands and factions, to lend Mm their '. . . . . rril!al aunnrirf AV rpfllitn that ' With "c-flnlimotitol" nlfnnl? nn ATcnna nnrf T.nrrninA , av- 'J. : . u more or less alienation cf loyalty oc casioned . by . preceding " erents--still uppermost In an appeal for stauncl ness in support of the prince at this time will fall upon dca fears In Bomte I quartffs. r But the understanding dt ELECTION STATUS Secretary Tlnycr Is . to have a "say-Toncern.n? the election of the legislative candidates at the recent i riraary, unless the question Is pre viously decMed by the supreme court The latter unquestionably will be the case, as some of the Republican candi dates who are claiming their election are preparing ty test the law in the courts immediately. Peculiarly, the high sheriJT i3 the offitlal who must Issue election certifl cates to victorious aspir'nts to terrl torial offices. Secretary Thayer thinks this duty properly should be with the governor or territorial secretary, de claring the high sheriff's authority In the matter ls a relic of the ancient days when the sheriff on each island was -virtually a king of that c6mmon wealth. The hw is an old one, and Thayer proposes asking the next leg is!ature to repeal or amend 1U trans ferring the authority of Issuing elec tion certificates to some ether official One of the new features discovered. although it was discussed by Attorney- General Stainback several weeks ago and was made public In the Star-Bui letin, that if these Republican leglsla tive candidates are declared elected the rule under which they are accept ed would permit the election of 10 or 11 representatives for the same dis trict - despite the, fact that the law says only six shall be chosen for each of the fourth and fifth districts. This is the interesting mathematical prob lem which Btainback worked out. . If only a majority of the tites cast Is requisite to election, then it was pos Bible for more than three senators to be elected at the primary on Oahu. The fact that only four candidates for representative received a majority Is held by Thayer and Stsinback to be largely accident, as seven or eight or even more might have obtained a ma jority. Unless the supreme court first set ties the question. Secretary Thayer will enroll oh the ba lots for . the No vember election the names 'of the six legislative candidates -receiving the largest number of votes of each party at the primary, thus ; ignoring the claims of the four candidates who aver they are already elected. US SEEK and their light resistance in Belgium; ' , . THE FALLACY OF ULTRA-I.IILITAEISM. Thoiichtful writers both in this country and ; the campaign to suppdrt the nominee -. U . lt i?! of the'party, whomaoeter. he might sj Europe are dlSCUSSing now the futility OI train-, be Bhould De constantly remembered; ri - 'i . i . . : . . ' .1 .1.. . J' .-j ii i. .....i ikt.. ti Jn I. U' mg six oreigni minion men in cioseiy uujuimu lul" " rZ 1. iU accept me mauaaie.ui iu uiJu.u couuiries iur wur uamsi cuui umci auu uicu M expressed at the polls. REFUGE IP1 PORT OFIHIULL (Continued frwm page one) said to have been but a few small ver and poastfng gunboats. One large steamer formerly operated , by the Russian Volunteer Fleet Asso- ! elation was reported captured by the expecting peace to "continue unbroken. v I The great saving- quality of Amerl- German cruisers off Tslngtau, the ves- . j " - ; a . . . ' A . .a m- I I M I K I rHI'HI Illiy IB IIIIIMI'I I. Hllllllll It is this fallacy of militarism that is now npoi, 1-.z-.1r1 -iti-i t Tin'ri-rkT'lf? ia if lino novpr Wn lipid ..j,- it... u- I- fif ing a dozen large guns mounted for- V - being fitted out as up Dore, - V-V". , : T- XhT. VVnnHL ft commerce destroyer. - '.-ii : f , VL " " ..1, Many Merchantmen Soon Here. urm ill iiu uiusi MiiMiiic uiiuiuuiucuia hi iuh same iiuif. na tne iurjuuij., i .nsnMa-n r-i, ferson in the Christian Century. He writes: had some , Interesting experiences larRe tonnaee Whlch have been dls- "Like many another fevermilitarism grows .ontws llne , -i v ; on aa ! charged of their valuable cargo Just t - . ... - j ' I i J i, I - "v, " . .w- v..-vp ,nere lms may uave ueeu leu oy wnai li ieeus uu, uuu uuiess cucujvcu uv uc-niui far omy tne nominees nave Deen behind is yet at mystery roic measures is; certain to burn the patient up. 1 cted. Among the bigger vc . , t i. . ii i e r ' ,come. -The real contestants win. lie Heved to be at the J Men m a delirium, seldom nave a sense oi nu- the same as two rear agoKaiania rrtl 11 ' . 1 11 '.'' ' i. ""xl." ' J iinTi mnA Unhanillnaa 1 n 1 Q1 i lha Into I mor. me wona lsieariuuy grim to iuemiiuu;M" ---""--.rr f V V. g V U O Jm V-1 V w - . " 5770; Notify two vessels now be- Marshalls and which have been employed In carrying coal and supplies, and expected soon llfp fl fSnlpmn nnrl tr.lCriC tllinsr. llieV eXlireSS 1afonan1a Tn. frnt1 R77atri.Dlrhta tTtntn tho . Utai-Vntnannlrt absurdities with a Sober face, and makaridicU- Notley, 346; Byron O. Clark, 201. ThlSi which had brought out a large ship aDSUrailies WlUl a suuer iull- uuu inaiiu . 1 cark !g ellmmated( and 2diftaent of European merchandise, the 10US assertions wiiuout u sumt;. at uiuv w,uw votes then cast for him may be reaS-j steamer Marck, the passenger ana the militarists are in a sort of delirium. At cnably counted for Carter. Kahaulje-, freighter Yorck, which left TslngUu UU August 1 a ix uunuywu umuuo- tlonj the Europeaa liner Prihz Eitel Frederick, the Princess Alice, the Se govia of the Hamburg-American line, engaged In the New York and Asiatic trade. vY o'-'-':. There are also supposed to be steamers of smaller tonnage yet at the Marshalls that have not completed the discharge of coal. V Nurnberg at the Rendezvous. When the little cruiser Nurnberg steamed from Honolulu on the night of September 1 for .Its secret destination, It Is now believed to have proceeded first to a point near Fanning island, where it assisted in the-cutting of the British cable, and then made all haste to reach the Marshall island naval base. The vessel is reported to have been there when the Loongmoon took to the open sea for a haven of refuge at Honolulu. Leipzig Still in the Pacific. The German cruiser Leipzig is yet In the Pacific and has not entered the Atlantic by the way of Magellan or any rate, they imblish articles entitled, 'Armies 1m l?on1 Prnmnfprs nf Ppflpp.' without LiUffhinff years ago. ' nIoUd:at the grotesqucness i of what tl.era'lSmr.fE Joing - " J way, to what extent? Has McCanid- 41 The militarist is comic m his seriousness. !eame period and to what extent? T He says tliat if you want to keep the peace you These are questions which can only must prepare for war, and yet he knows thatvbe gu. where men prepare for war by carrying bowie- .tions, for 'partyMines were trossed knive,, peace H a thing xmheard of, and that .MSffl where every man is armed with a revolver the alignments too indefinite for reason list of homicides is longest. IIe; declares his; Vr belief in kindly feelings and gentle manners, the buck- for the time being. : if n and proceeds:at oncVtotprove;that a nation OUgllt to make itself look as ferocious as pOSSl- that Kchlo will nsd every vote he dan .men, he would have them all imitate the habits v . '.' of rowdies. To many persons this seems lndi- J'K - . ' 1 ' 1 : IT- - t crous, to a militarist it is no jokc. lie is a champion of peace, but he wants to carry a gun. The man who- paces up and down my front pavement with a gun on his shoulder may jiave peaceful sentiments, but . he does not infuse peace into me. It does not help matters for him to shout out every few minutes, 1 will not liurt you if you behave yourself,' for I do not know his standard of good behavior, and the very, sight of .the gun keeps me in a state of chronic alarm. But the militarist says that, for pro moting harmonious sentiments and jeaeeful emotions, there is nothing equal to an abund ance of well-constructed guns.? I llir i- - .. . ill ; If Kussia should start losing battles it would be a mighty hard job publishing the names of captured generals. J ) ; DWELLINGS FOR. RENT FURNISHED HOUSES: " Tantalus - v. .... i ..... bedrooms : 1554 Palolo Valley Road . . . . . . .B bedrooms . Prospect and Alapal Sts.. . . . .3 bedrooms . 2463 Manoa Road . .'.. . .. .... .3 bedrooms . Piikol and Young Sts. .... . . . . J3 bedrooms . v UNFURNISHED HOUSES: Auld Lane .. . . . .'. . . ....3 bedrooms Kallhi, opp. Kam. IX Rd, i, .3 bedrooms ; Wilhelrolna-RIse .:;;w;.j.ri:.2 bedrooms 1512 Young Street . . . .'. U .i. j 2 bedrooms Palolo ; Hill Vii.V.V4 I3 bedroens r 1113 Kinau St. i ..i.-..v.."...iii3 t""r""3 : Aloha Lane ?. . . T ....... '. 2 1 1323 Palolo Valley Rd. :. ..... -1563 Wilder Are.......... ... Guai I' ....;;..-..;;...j45.oa 35.00 60.00 65.00 55.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 30.00 30.00 17.00 13.50 43.00 . .1 m Perfect Diamonds Wrought In Many Wondrous Designs At kl Wichman & Co.f JeirecT. Cape Horn, if the story of the natal activity In the Marshall that has been broufrht to this city can be counted upon as correct. The Leipzig is stated to have oper ated In the south Pacific, where K se cured an abunaant supply of coal, and if this theory Is correct would have ar rived at the Marshall Island base the first part of September. Coat and Silk Are Mixed. Silk to the vtlue of many thousands of dollars Is declared to have been left In the hold of steamers that beat a hasty retreat from Tsingtou before the breaking out of hostilities. Other rich products were yet under the hatches when coal was piled into the vessels at the neulral ports. So great was the haste displayed by the mas ters of the vessels in reaching a naval base that no time was lost In ridding the, steamers of the freight already In them. , r ; : 'v' ::'r' ; ": Loongmoon Rides at Anchor. iThere Is little prospect that the Lbongmoon will be brought to a berth Iir Honolulu harbor. Captiin Chris HellhotT, master, declared last evening that he cleared from Tsigtau on Aug ust 4 and had not called at any other porL The bunkers of his Vessel were about empty of- tuel.- The skipper stited that he had been . unprovided with a chart ind had employed a small geography atlas as his , sole guide In steaming across leagues of the Pacific The Loongmoon had reamed a point well within the harbor when the Ger man master was notified by the harbor authorities th it he would 'have to await pratique by", the federal medical officers ofT the port He then took up an anchorage cfutside and is there today.-;'."' !.;..-W; '; , -V. , mm.m '- If i man would pose as a-woman hater he must cut out the flatter habit. ' - ; - - ImrrlfrrrpvirwQ R V. CO.VGDON: The chanrea In ,Honc4aln business district have Detn. imiy wonaenui in vv iour year. Walkikl beach Is a marreloua asset if the rpeople could only real! t. its true value. v :' : TAPTATV ARTHUR McDrFFIE: tit would be an easy matter for Eugene .Love to stow; away In the transport Logan. It is next to Impossible t jnna a man cn board sucn vessels h a united effort is made upon the part , of members of the steward's depart ment to keep him hidden. " M. H. DRUMMOND: That ban ner. "Excuse my dtist," trailing be hind my auto In Us nocturnal Hitting abcut the city refers solely to the agilr ' Uy In future to be displayed by me j In sidestepping the Importunities of my friends who would Insist that t .run for an office at the gift of th dear people. Never again for me. .v PERSONALITIES : !. R. DtTRN'S Is" numbered with the iuassengers relurnfng to tha Islands In r the XlatsWn1 steamer-Lurllne. He ha, jbeeh to the' coast on a business rais- CHARLES R. HEM EN WAY, who has been absent from the territory for some weeks on business and pleasure, is expected to return to Honolulu on . next .Tuesday as a passenger In the Matson Navigation steamer Lurline. m 4m m . . When the family skeleton rattle, the-rftighbTTs nave their winiiows open; Bun g alow Homes t'. For Sale . (1) . .$4500. will buy a cliarm ing 5-rooni home on Kapiolani $Cy near Lunalild .st., new and modern. (2) $5500 -will buy a sptend' id well located home in College llilK This, is a real bargain, modern improvements. 916-920 Fort 8treet Between King and, Merchant . R. WALLACE 8ILVER that resists . wear. VIEIRA JEWELRY CO LTD, Aq ENTS) 113 HOTEL 8T. 1B35 : HOUSES FOR RENT : Lewers Road (Walkikl I . .. . . . . 2 bedrooms . .....$ 50.09 1252 Kinau St 3 bedrooms..;.. 40.00 Kalia and Lewers 3 bedr'mstgar.).. 125.00 2336 Oahu Ave. (Manoa) 3 bedrooms,.... . 100.00 Oahu Avenue". 3 bedrooms. . .', . 50.00 ; Cotatge Adams La... i.'.f f. Z bedrooms UNFURNISHED J0.0O 1324 Lunalilo St. i .... .... . 1123 Wilder Ave.V.. li 2015 ' Lanihull Dm. . . . . ..IS. ir.7 3 be4'rms(gaf.).. 140.00 42.51 ;;fe 30.00 . . 50.00 . ; 20.00 ..25.00 35.00 1128 King St. 1325 5th Ave. (Kalmuki) 1742 Toung St .j 1323 ' Kinau St ........... ..... Cottage In, rear of 2051 Lani hull Drive 1046 Toung St 3 bedr'ms(gar.) . ; 3 bedfdoms...., 5 bedrooms..... .2 bedrooms;.... 2 bedrooms., 3 bedrooms...., 2 bedrooms.... 2 bedrooms...; 1546 Thursday Are. 5 bedrooms.... .. 27JJ0 ..30.00 .. 60.00 WaterliouGe Trust' ; v Cor. Fort an4 Merchant Sts. ; "