4 EVENING nULLBTlN. IIUNOLPLP, T. H J MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,-1965. "" ' ' '" - .. .Ju-.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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I along tlio northern American border
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muu uia'B new unuuus wun iih, jkihw
fever scourge. Should ( cholera unco
get Into the northern Staler ItwuuKI
give disastrous proof ofliowllttle at
tention the smaller It not the larger
communities give to sanitation.
WALLACE H. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Entered at tlio Postofflco at Hono
lulu as second-claBS matter.
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Prtr vpnr nnvwbern in II. R. R.Ofl fili.rp llipro la n T.nlinr llnv. wfiv lint
Pe car, po:4.pald, foreign 11.00 ' Corporation Day, Or do the cdrpor-
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Per vear. nostDald. forelen .... 2.00, LABOR DAY IN HAWAII
The Advertiser Is telling funny
stories of how Iloyd was "forced" out
of the Promotion Committee, The fun
niest part of It Is, the alleged friend
ship of that paper niter the change has
teen made A real Interesting story
would be a full account of why the
Advertiser religiously and regularly
weeps on llojd's shoulder but never
tomes to his jesctio.
A r ' ftr - . '
Territory ol Hawaii ) L,auor uay in Hawaii rurnisnes am-
1 ss! pic food for reflection, It Is somewhat
Honolulu, County of Oahu. ) 'of a question whether the peoplo of
C. O. DOCKUS. Business Manager ol th Territory nro really In sympathy
'h.eJlULJ.I.-4,0?L,ISnl?0. CPV; with the spirit of the day. And being
n' nLT'H.le IS nrtl .fvi- t sympathy with It how closely
Thatn,then SltoVlnWa true'd they arc In touch' with the foundation
correct statement of circulation for ot free American Institutions,
the week ending September 1st, 1905, ' If Labor Day represents anything In
of the Dally and weekly Editions of the scheme ot American holidays, It
tbo Evening Bulletin: Is tho more complete emancipation ol
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. tDe laboring man, greater independ
Saturday, Aug. 26 2527 encei 8trong ,nulvdlmltyi ucttcr recog-
Tuen.d7y. fts:::::::::::::::ii vaclor ,,n "10 c,or,un,
Wednesday, Aug. 30 2123 It may be heresy to assert that Ha-
Thursday, Aug. 31 2108 wall Is not In sympathy with tha
Friday, Sept. 1 2119 American spirit ot Independence and
Average DAILY CIRCULATION. .2189 dignity of labor. It Is nevertheless so
Circulation of Weeklv Bulletin. tremendously near tho truth that It
Tuesday, Aug. 29th, 1905 ........ 236Z h d, furnishes ground for argument.
NUte,r..rndWoVkHlae:al!.e,,aV.rneed..0.?1036 -rshlps labor-.t must hav.
Combined GUARANTEED average labor to maintain Its prosperity but
circulation 4551 Hawaii doesn't worship labor In tha
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY, manner that tho American Labor Day
by C. O. DOCKUS,
It would bo unfair however to hold
that there has been no Improvement In
Subscribed and sworn to be- the sentiment of this Territory. Whcth
foro mo this 2d dny of r this Improvement has been volun-
SEAL Sept.. A. D. 1903. Itary or not Is of llttlo Importance so
"tliA miFftrtttftl Alinnrtn lo linlmr lf in
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1 Thi? iS wlidt I should do with thnt iwnll spneo tliat I have. '
ifow well it would look to linve it fitted in with n nieo set of 1
CfLOBE-WEKXICKE bookenses; nnd it would certainly keep,
my books in tatter shape. I thihk I will tnko ten minutes nnd
go nnd too them nt . ,
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931 Fort Street.
i SPECIALIZED IN MODERN OFFICE AND STORE METHODS
f 1 V-wt-4irW)i t&! iaS&t -&
p. 11. duunette,
Notary rubllc. First Judicial Clr- about,
Annl) lluently, understands their cus
toms and castes, nnd thoroughly re
spects tho Hindoos as nn Inoffensive,
hardworking, thrifty race ot peoplo.
Tho Hindoo coolie is recruited from
all parts of India excepting Nepal.
In the writer's opinion tho Central
Province men are best for field work.
Tho Punjabis arc good men for plow
..... . ..... . . ...... ..-.. ",'jno runjaois nro goou men ior piow
the gradual change is being brought work hM 0(lu.rvN80 nro not the best
rifit rn nW nf Onh TerrTto- L0Ul- u,croaro ,css American moor- of )abortlmt ,8( umcr tho indenture
not I fil ' Vrs ln ,Ionol!"u nt Iea8t "mn ln th Uystcm, at present existing In Kljl, Na-
r) Ul I1U1VUU. ',li.a nt Inflntlmi lin !),. ,Wrnn lint .'. .' .. '
" " " "" "" "' iai nnu ucmcrarn.
brought more tliaupno citizen nnd era-j Tho i.njabls nro a flno raco; light
rloyer to realize that low wages Is not CO0rclI( ln)t am of n0 nppcarauco.
MARINES TO PLaV
wnn'r ti i oinrinn. ir ii i Wnn.ix everything and a thoroughly Orlcntallz-, a. frCo men thov should do wall,
actually succeeds In making some Ho- 'J Hawaii means an American Tcrrl-j The natives of .Madras are next to
others ""' """ "'" "'"'"'" " "" useless In tho Holds
pull together and
lt's n dollar to a split polo ball that
the departments head find tho Gov
ernor's dinners Just as good as the)
From the standpoint of the outsider,
Mnul won tho game. The rules, nec
essary to conducting every form o
sport, gae It to Oahu.
Theodore Richards with a coffee rs-
loon would be a poor Imitation ot Dish,
Aliens do not view
allzatlon with especial apprehension.
Some Americans who loo a dollar
cano cutters nnd two tons (long tons)
per man, per day. Is tho usual day's
work. That means that one man cuts,
packs (100 feet In plant 150 feet In ra-
Still, thev make ! toons), and loads a car of cane, weigh-
outu u uiiiuiiuu-, exce lent, nouse servants nnd stauie-
Hindoo nnd the Mussclmnn blend to
gether, and the writer knows of hun
dreds of cases, where a high casta
Hindoo (a Ilrahmln), has married a
Mnhommcdan woman and vlco versa!
Tills would have been simply Impos
sible in India. '
Tho coolie soou adapts himself to
circumstances, both as regards food
The Hindoo A omen nro splendid
workers, cspeclnlly at stripping nnd PASSES ACT AIDINQ OUTDOOR
lururuuig. 1110 men nro cxceneni, SPORTS LOCAL CORPS EX.
PECTINQ OUTFITS SOON.
By lrtuc of nn Act of tho last Con'
gress, the local U. S. Marine Corps will
In tho FIJI
Islands, the plantation
more than all clso In tho world Ioo!;(Coollo (men) get a shilling a day
upon Amorlcnnlsm In Hawaii, ns up- that Is, If ho earns It. All work Is
piled to labor, more to bo approved In on a set tnsk basis, and tho laborer Is
theory than ln practise. paid pro rata for tho amount of work
The main body of American cltlzuns'jio completes. In the event of non
however among the large employers of completion providing It Is proved to
labor are thoroughly ln earnest In their have ticcn n fair task, which, say, B0
effort to dignify labor where It has been I per cent, of the gang had completod
degraded, nnd do their utmost to bring ) tno offender Is taken to court and
Ing two tons (4,480 pounds). Ho, ln soon blossom fnrlh In lirnml nnw Imon
FIJI, lecolves tho magnificent amount hall gulls nnd take tho diamond road)
lot Is. Id. (20 cents) for this work 'for all comers. Thlstwill bo In th
nnd thinks he Is treated very well tn-jWay of an Innovation for the Marines,
d001" for. thouch thev had a real team last
Cano is grown In thoso Islands for year, this year Uncle Sam Is footing
op Potters subway venture.
Iii8hop dealt In tho real thing.
The Advertiser Is trying to mnko
Governor Carter keep quiet by telling
Its readers every other day that Carter
always makes a row wherever he goes.
It is always one of the world's sure
things. That no sooner have others
stopped real war than Turkey comes In
to produce tho regular quota of clouds,
Labor Day will not be tho real
Amerjcan Labor Day until every arm
that guides the Implements of tho
skilled mechanic In' Hawaii Is an
nbout conditions favorable to the la
forer whose birthright Is a share v
the emoluments as well as the r
sponslbllltles of his country's growth.
These efforts nro yet barren of greoj
results and while this condition pre
vails, Labor Day In Hawaii Is more a
suggestion of Ideals to be attained than
celebration ot great victories galnod.
Judged from outside demonstration
Honolulu's wlde-awnke citizens nro
bearing tho sorrows ot Secretary Taft
passing Hawaii with great fortitude
and uncomplaining Christian spirit.
One ot the blessed things about tho
new Normal School la that the style
of architecture displayed on the build
ing Is no Indication of the character ot
tho work done within.
It Is reported ln the cable dispatches
that the peace brought about by Roosc
velt will cause a change of'goyernment
leaders in japan, thus it is ucmon
strated that the pacific national friend
of today can undergo lightning changes
when pressure is exerted by a mllltant-f
There Is no suggestion of a lack ot
good sportsmanship In the protest
made by Maui's polo captain. Tho
point was decided by Buch a close mar
gin that It Is properly open to argu
rnent, and tbo man who falls to mak
a flght for his own team Is a weak
Berlin with Its cholera epidemic fur
nishes more cause for apprehension
A Nice Cozy Cottage,
In one of the most desirable parts of
Honolulu, near car line. This Is the
home of a non-resident and will be
old at a bargain and upon easy terms,
FISHER, ABLES CO.. Ltd
Corner Fort and Queen St,
Mill (HIE Ao '
With tho exception of horso work
nnd cano cutting, tho women do the
same work as the men.
Tho women's dally task Is three-
fourths of the men's. They, therefore,
If thoy completo their allotted task,
earn 9d. a day.
The Hindoo coolie they are all call
ed Hindoos, although at least 60 por
cent, of the Immigrants are Mussel
men Is a patient, hardworking plan
tation hand, when not maltreated,
Of course every shipment of coolies
Cs. (1.S0) per'tonl
Tho cost of cano cutting Including
laying of portablo track, transport to
main railroad (In some cases two and
three miles), nnd, In fact, alt tbo work
necessary to take off a crop of cano
never exceeds '2C cents 'a ton (2,240
It Is not a ewyof "Can the Hindoo
the bills for equipment.
Tho Marino Corps has had an nppro
prlatlon for Indoor games, but for the
first tlmo the appropriation has been
made available for outdoor games.
Tho law was rlassed by tho last Con
gress and went Into effect on July 1.
Lieut. W. C. Harllee of the local
Marines, some time ago sent In a
be Introduced (nto theso Islands!" It requisition for baseball outfits, and Is
Is n case of "May heT" Will tbo Brltexpcc(nB thera to arrive soon. Then
Ish Government allow tho Indian to'thn Marin will hn renilv for camca.
leave India for American territory The team Is not picked yet, but tho
God knows they should. At tho pros- mCn practice regularly, and will go
cm raomeni minions 01 uinaoos ar out for dlamontl honors In earnest,
starving, and famine rations are b 'tmo nik nmnm? tho men l Hint an at.
ing distributed by tho Imperial Gov-.tempt will be made to put a team In
ornment. '.he Midwinter Leaeuo. but LleuL
If the Immigration matter can b Harllee states that tho team will not
( nettled satisfactorily, there should bentor the League, but will meet othor
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Editor Evening Bulletin: Might I
bo allowed a llttlo space, to make a
few remarks, with reference to tho In
terview that your reporter had with
Mr. B. T. Rogers of tho Vancouvcr-
Fljl Sugar Company,
The writer ngrces with Mr. Rogers
that. In the Introduction of the Hindoo
coolie lies the salvation of tho sugar
luuumry in imwnii. A brand new cotta ,fl Manoa
. ino present scriuo spent many year Eaiy payments. Builder unexpectedly
iuuuug uie fuuuuuH, uu uugur puiuia- leaving city,
lions, speaks tneir languago linuuu
under stern management and turn out
Caste prejudices aro hard to con
tend with In India, but onco tho coollo
mixes with the other recruits In tho
depots at Calcutta nnd Bombay, tho
Includes a few "bad eggs." Still, mo3t no trouble whatsoever In recruiting tvnmn whenever nnnortunltv offers.
of theso "black Bhecp" settle, down, thousands of Indian coolies for tbest The last appropriation by Congres,
Islands. 'making It possible to equip outdoor
When, for the ralsorablo wages and teams. Is cvldcnco of tho Interest Un-
wretched life of other places, Indians c)0 Sara g taking In his fighting men.
can be Induced to Blgn agreements for The appropriation Is generous enough
uvo years' slavery, can mere uo any to cover nil needful expenses,
doubt that a fow recruits, knowing tn There Is talk of putting a Marino
peoplo and language, would bo any- footbnll team on tbo gridiron this fall,
thing but successful, In obtaining aslU this is not likely. Such players
much labor us could be required fofns there are among tho Marines will
THI8 VITAL QUESTION
YOU MU8T AN8WER YOUR
SELF. WE CAN, HOWEVER,
HELP YOU TO A DECISION
BY POINTING OUT TO YOU
THE'DIFFERENT WAYS OF
INVESTING MONEY AND
THE COMPARATIVE RE
TURNS FROM EACH METH
OD, WE WILL GLADLY DO
THIS, MAKING NO CHARGE
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TRENT A CO.,
938 FORT 8T.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING! OUR
QFALL ARRIVAL OF
.WOOLEN DRESS GOODS
COMPRISING ALL THE NOVEL
TIE8 OF THE 8EA8ON, AND
INCLUDING THE FOL
LOWING: NOVELTY WAISTIN6S
In Figure .Stripes, Cheeks, Plaids
and Dot ,Flgured Albatross , Dot
ted Bedford Cords, Scotch Flan
nels, French Flannels, Poplins, Pa
nama, Figured Challies, Embroid
ered Black Challle, Shepherd
Plaids, Cashmeres, Nuns-velllng,
In Black and Colors.
THESE GOODS ARE NOW DIS
PLAYED IN OUR WINDOW8.
probably play with other teams.
Tho pay In theso Islands Is about
places. Tho labor houses aro palaces QUIET ON WATERFRONT
compared with tho earth-floor shun-l
tics, In which coolies aro domiciled in The waterfront Is quiet today. The
tbo FIJI Islands. I i8ianil steamers received freight up to
The coolie, being a freo man, would nnnn 0j.iv ti,n mnloves cettlne a half
bo tho greatest Inducement of all, and holiday. Most of the vessels in port
tho fact that thoy would bo protected
from assault and abuse, would seem
too good to bo true!
Tbo whole business hinges on tha
one question, "Can tbo labor bo Intro
duced with the sanction, ot the Brit
If that can be answered In, the af
firmative, tho writer vvould'only be tbo
pleased to give all tho information la
his power, as to cost of Introduclnf
Indian coolies; the methods of recruit
Ing, and tho best way to transport tht
labor to these. islands.
It is not of much use going Into the
details of the Hindoo matter, until tis
settled whether or not tne coouo can
be brought to Hawaii.
Hoping this will be of sufficient In
terest to print,
Yours very truly,
J. V. STEVENSON.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR8
Garment, cut and made throughout
on the premises by expert white labor.
are not working at all. Several ot the
ships are dressed out In flags, and La'
bor Day Is generally observed. The
Police, Station Is closed, with the ex
ception of the receiving office. The
Naval Station closes all day ln accord
ance with. law.
Largest stock of School Text Books
In Honolulu, and sold at cost price.
Wall. Nichols Company.
TOE NEW FIRM NAME OF.
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All business entrusted to them
" """ will be faithfully executed.
IRON FENCES and'
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work our guarantee of satis
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Retail,Main 22. TELEPHONES Wholesale. Main 92
THE PACIFIC HOTEL
la the only restaurant In the city serving first-class meal,
for 25 cents that ha.
Ah American Cook,
In charge of the culinary service. Room and board, $8.
Meal tickets, $4.50. Transient and local patronage solicited.
NORMAL SCHOOL J0r r ;
OPEN ON MONDAY
While tho. publlci.schools of the Ter
ritory will" open tomorrow morning tho
Normal School Is the only ono which
will have its opening later, namely on
next Monday. This Is due to the fact
thnt the new Normal School building
has not, as yet been made qtilto ready
The new building, which Is situated
on the corner of Hackfcld'and Lunallio
arrcets, Is far preferable' to the old
tunrtora ,on School and Fort streets,
which were In' a bad Btato of decay.
It Is roomy find, commodious even If it
could not be called.'etrlctly' beautiful
of comfort combined with good
look. Is found In our
$15 OUTING 8UIT8,
which are unrivalled at tht
price for finish, fit and wear
ing qualtles. These' suits,
which are two-'piecedj 'are es
pecially designed for' thos
hot summer day. when tht
careful dresser want, to get
through the day with as light
a suit a. the demand, of bus
lens, and good taste will permit.
Geo." A. Martin
MERCHANT ST. next POSTf FFICE.
from an architectural point of vlow.
. ,PrlnclpalsEdgar Wood of tho Normal
School(deslres to met the .teachers of
bis staff at thevold quarters On1 School
street tomorrow morning.
The BU8INE83 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, give.
concise and complete rc.uma of all lt
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ment., building permits ant. real es
75 cent, per month. Weekly Bulletin,
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
$1 per year.
The lawyer is 'about the only man.
who looks tor trouble nnd doesn't al
ways find It, f '
" n t i , i
Man rarely ever stops to count his
money when he la spending It on hjm
self. ' "
Up to date
.. SIX-HORSE TALLYHO
And Gentle Saddle Horses;
During these hot days and even
ing, hire a rig, keep cool and en
J. G, QUINN, Manager.
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