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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY, NEWFAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii
TVel J EditorJuI Rooms, - 185
"' j Business
Ml Policy Roosevelt
My Policy Krcur
.My Policy Moritutt
President Morgan's policy la evi
dently not In Keeping Willi tlio son
llment of Important member of liH
01 sanitation. It la tv be hoped thai
Mr. Murgnn, who tins nuido n very
good record thus far, will not mnko
the error of netting nut of touch with
the people hu in, for tlm tlmo belli;;,
SUPPORT OF LOCAL AMERICAN
When Seeii'la, Simua visited Ha
waii the I r;i mi'" I itinu facilities of
bU Ten Inn t pi i iii"d tho oxtrnor
dlnar sliuailnn n n licet of Amei
lcan steamships '.iiijIuk thousniiits
of tons of our freight to and from tho
melnlauil nnd only two of thoso
steamships offered passenger ntvom
mihlatlons. This was the status when
tho Congressional visitors were hem.
The merchants of the city nnd the
business men were a unit In tho vary
sensible conclusion that In onto t Ii-j
American lines will' h carried the
freight of tho Islands refused to con
sider tho demands for passcngor
transportation, relief should ho filV' n
hy opening up tho Imriiois of protec
The American steamship Interests I
wore abusing tho protective pilvl
leges thoy enjoyed.
Since, that time the situation liu
Ilesponillng to tint very llghteous
lut-al demand, one of thesb freight
Hues has added a new steamer with
passenger accommodations and hits
within tho Inst few weeks placed an
order for the construction of nnotlur
steamship with ample nnd elnhorato
passenger spare to be placed on tlio
run between thin clt; and San l'rnn
cltco. This steamship Involves au In
vestment of n million dollars.
In other words, the .Mntkou Navi
gation Company has taken steps to '
make good on tlio advantages to
which tho people nro entitled under
tho protoetiou given the Ameik.in
Tho fact Hint local capital hax been
Invested III this line and local money
made In the Islands Is being tmmd
into cnterprlM'g that will further ih - j
volop tlio Turrltory Is now used b
tho promoters of foreign nhlp. In an .
effort to piove that the suppoit given
continued protcLtlon of American
Hhlpplug Is luted on soidld, selllsh In. i
terest. , I
Tills cannot appeal In the dellbor-
,,!.. I,,ili.mnl r llin n-ilrliilli. Iinulniusi
men of this city I Builtlint lot on East Manoa Road,
When local cup'llnl goes Into trans-' corner Hilhide Ac.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
portntlon entorprlEca it Is cntit l'I ( l'HCC 31000.
to tho support of proplo who want , ,
to sco their city giow. We want more I "oc """ lot on Cocoa Avenue;
of Honolulu uipltnl in the piojecia;Jt 19,000 sn. ft., corner lot, and
with which tlm piogiesa of n,ei i modern house, price $500.
Islamla is vitally associated. L.E,'B,ht lotf' cl,e,ared a1d fcnCcd' COr'
Tho huslucsB men of this city, the Eighth nnd Mauna Loa Avenues,
lucrchnuts Inrgo and smnll, havo been .
' - . .
crjing out tor a innucrn Kieamsiiip
of tho latest
between this port and the I'mlllc
Now thnt they me about to leal
Izo on this leiiuest, II Is not the pait
of loyal men who build and mnko
for progress In turn about and charge
that tho ovil-inlndcd, dnllar-giabblng
gnlloots who iiit their money Into
new steamships should bo Hayed over
tho head by a criminal with u mud
stick nt every opportunity.
When every Ainorlcan steamship
iiiai comes in n regular ircigui i.erv
Jco tn theso islands is equipped for
and has n llcenso lo carry passenger,
tho transportation seiviro of tlio
Territory will bo Becond to none In
Tho start' In Hint direction Iihh ,
- heou iiindo. Tho peoplo should inn-!
tlnuo their demand that the line.
of frclght-curiiots shall glvo HiIh
city and tho other Klmds passenger
In this manner will a strong llet
of American ships ho created nnd at
least Hawaii will havo done Its shine
toward tho bulldJns up of tho mei
rlinnt marine In the Pacific.
How much more satisfactory a po-
rr su M-.t.iM o ,n,
I'er Year, i)whcie hi t' S 1. 00
I'ei Year, an white In Canada .. I. no
Per War poMpa'd, foreign 3. 00
E'lttre! M Hie I'oibifTicr at IIoikVuIu
m .nmitl ' lai. metier.
JANUARY 21, 1903
Klil'in I this for the Tcnltory of Ha
waii limn that which Is proposed by
the nii'ii who, Just as the American
lines arc eloliiG what was nsKcd, nro
lutscmbllng followers to create condl
tloni that will htrllio the line rroni
American ships, further cripple tho
few remaining American steamship
lines that olio out nu cistcutc In tho
I'ncinc, force capital to heel, Itncsi
nont In foiclen shlpi. ami put tliu
pni!Benf;er nrdimmodntlnus of the-0
Islands eventually In the hands of
foreign (orporalloiiH owning foreign
ships, anil luiv,1ig no local prldo or
ill l, c to lii'lp llonoliilii ginw'
If l Is selfish greed that bus 111
HueniiSil li.cil capitalists to Invest
their mouc In Ameilcan otcunislilps
t In t carry pabsciiRprs as well as
fielKht, the peoplo may ilcpciiil on
it that the II u I I e 1 1 n will xuppnrt
Hint wirt of creed whenever tho op
The only complaint this paper linn
Is that there Is not enough Krcrd of
this description. Ton much local cap
ital is seeking Investment outsldo
Hawaii nnd outsldo the enterprises
iiEsnctnted with Its growth.
It Is the duty of patriotic citizens
to support local enterprises as they
would Hl.ind hy tho llaK of their Na
tion. Tho man who Is forever .irmlllm;
his own town and the legitimate en
terprises undertaken hy the peoplo of
his own town Is of the typo that
that would Fell out his country for
ii nieH of pnttUKu nnd seek neutral
ity when threatened hy nu enemy uf
1 the country.
j Fortunately there are cry few of
; that stripe In Hawaii.
SENATOR PERKINS' ADVICE.
The letter of Tiilled SltntoB Senn
lor l'eiklns, which for souio person
al reason tho President of tho
Chamber of Commerce sought to sup
Ipiess, louvejs a warning to the citi
zens uf Hawaii. Men who renllin
I what the tariff means to the jiros
pirlt) of these hd.inds unmet fall to
A very attractive cottage near the
car line, at a bargain for the next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 30,000
fl. ft., PHCC S1G00.
House nnd lot, cor. Seventh nnd
M.,,,,n Tm nrt nnr en r :...VA...i
".,, uv.uuv 9,, ,,, luiiiiutm,
modern cottage, new, price $3150.
Modern cottage, Wall lot, price
, K A L I II I
Gulick Ave., modem cottage, lot
100x100. Trice $2100.
C0Ri F0RT AHD MERCHANT STS.
i on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen
f! ui Sar' .TTMErr pnuniMvl
iV vH5iE',', .-'.' "-
Buy A Home
2 bcdinoin, C roimi lioiiuo; elec
tric lights; modern porcelain
plumbing; beautiful marine mill
mountain vIowh; artesian water.
I'rlco J H fin. on, Propel ty Is
new ami In koiiiI repair.
Trent Trust- Co., Ltd.
view with profound distrust any and
every measuro thnt may servo to
complicate to the slightest etcnt tho
campaign fur Hie protection of our
in the list of dangerous measures
at this pnilicul.ir tlmo Is tho bill to
suspend tho coastwise shipping laws
In their application to this Territory.
This Is clearly tho view of the Ke
illor United States Senator from Cal
ifornia nnd vve hnvo no doubt. In
view of the cablegram fiom the San
KianclMo Chamber of Commcice, that
bo rellccts the sentiment of tho Cali
fornia delegation. Honolulu must
I, ot forget that theso particular
friends aro tho permanent support
ers on whom this Territory must de
pend. These are tho men who will always
he on hand when the executive of
ficers nt Washington change.
Thpe are the stable and proved
friends of Hawaii. It they are alien,
nted the loss to Honolulu and the
Tenltory will bo Iricparablc.
Itooscvclt Is soon to go out of of
fice, llnwnll knows untiling nt the
altitude that will bo taken by IiIb
successor on tlio uli-lmpoitnnt sub
ject of the tariff.
Our peoplo have ample assurance
that Picnlilcnt-cleet Taft will do all
possible for the Philippines. We nro
absolutely in tho dark on bow strong
an opposition ho would offer lo a plan
to put these Islands cm much the same
blisls as tho "Island possessions" Hint
aie not now organized Terrltoiles.
In Ibis connection wo havo tho learn
ed opinion of tlio suspenslonlsts
that no such change could bo
hi ought about. They also tell us
that our tariff schedules will not bo
Interfered with, l'orhnps they know
more of the future than Senator Per
kins. The latter, however, ought tu
havo superior sources of Information
and his experience should make his
No one can question the Inalien
able right of the citizens of this city
to take action Hint will make tho
support of tho Sail Francisco business
men less hearty.
Honolulu citizens have the consti
tutional pilvilegeof complicating tho
tariff Issue as applied to theso Isl
ands In any manner they seo lit iyul
specially by tlm Kettlng abide, in
our behalf, ot the protective laws
that apply tu American shipping.
Our people nro entitled In lake all
tho chnnies thoy please. Thoy may
commit industrial suicide.
Thcio Is every gnod reasnii " why
they should not put their necks in
the noose, however, ullenalo their
permanent fi lends and active sup
poiieis, or bank on tho assurances of
thoso so soon to go mil of olllcn and
unable to and not desirous of estab
lishing the policy of their succcssois.
So far an tho President Is conrnrii
eil.lt should ho lecalled that he lias
definitely mid pointedly lefused tH
lake pari in any tariff discussions.
Senator 1'erklns has been reelected
mid speaks f l mil tlm standpoint of one
who will ho in tho thick of tho tariff
The piople will know what Presi
dent Tall will do and vvh.it Congress
will do after tho tariff revision hill
h passed ami has received tho slgua
t ii to of the President.
Your chance to buy
of their worth
, Jan. 25th
Programs now outlined look favor
able in this Territory.
Hnw much more daiigernus Is It
therefore for our peoplo lo tnko ac
tion thnt gives our enemies addition
al nmmunUlr.M tot the campaign Hint
will vvnik ruin our Industries.
FOR TilI'OOR HAN
Editor I! vc ivlii b Iltillfi In-
The stand taken liy those who oppose
miy Change or nindlllcalliui of the
coastvvlso shipping laws Is cnnslrtcm.
Hi say tho least. Decides, It has never
been shown that such ehans" or modi
llcntlou Is In tho Interest or the masses
or tho poor man lu llnwnll
If 1 understand It correctly, the pin
oscd change only officii passenger
Now llieio hi mill n viiy small per
centage or tho people of Ibis Tetrltorv
vvho travel or who ran alTnid to travel
On the oilier hand I be tourists who
eenno licio nro wealthy. Pmb.iblv !W
per cent uf them are t irlff In nefle-
billon In ono way or another end l
goes without sn.vlng thai rally !i:i per
cent of the iconic wbo ivhHo lu Ha
wall unit travel or expi cl in tiavi I ,u
tariff hcncflclnilcs houd ipiestli'ii It
looks n little hi Iflsh "lien lhe do not
wish to discommode themselves a veiv
llttlo to give Ameilcan U'l.tte the picf
Dcmnriiits are usiialp- cbaigid in
with being the only peopl n i i h
endorse free Ir.ule lint Ii I- c,n i,- hu
possible tu find n llinoii f-i t'i
tcrrltrory who Is hurdling fin n.r ii.nl.-
In pasnonger trallle. I'linnv i n i it '
T I II "i W
Honolulu .Inn. "a. '' 9
(Continued from Pase 1)
hundred acres lu urea, to be divided
minings! them. The other associa
tion consisted of n smaller number
of people who famed a livelihood lu
Illlo in various capo III.
The Pepcekco men sent lu n per
sonal application, mid a few miiiules
Inter, em Hie ranio day, Piatt receiv
ed an application by icgislcivd id
ler fioni tho illlo ciowd. The llllo
men kicked, claiming that their mi
1 Mention had been (lel.i)ed in the
peslortico; mid, as u mafler of fart.
It had beeii'delayud in the Honolulu
olllco fornluiilt twcnly-four hourii.but
as this vviiB not due In nnv rmilt uf
tlo Land Ofllte, and as the law al
ways glyes 'personal applications the
piefereiice'. 'Pratt let the l'eptekeo
men have tho land.
The Administration hns decided In
open for selllement about fifteen lots
ranging frtun eight lines up nt Nu
lilliti, .vvlilcli-remnln fiom u pluvious
opening. Appllcatlnn has been made
for one of these lots, and It has been
decided to 'plaio tho whole bunch on
WARNINO OF PERKINS
(Continued from Page 1)
while the Islands themselves seem to
desire to give to foreigners the prof
its of carrying their protected prod
ucts to market. Whether this will
be made a point ngninst the effort to
scoure protection for Hawaiian prod
ucts, only the proijress of the tariff
hearings nnd debate can determine.
I inn, however, very sorry that n
situation has arisen which iniivbe
taken udwiutngo ot hy thoso unwill
ing to give further protection tn tho
Islands. I will, however, submit tho
telegram. Just lccclvcil, lo tho f'oin
mlllce on Commerce, of which 'I mn
a member, that lour wishes In the
multcr may be uudeislood lu connec
tion with the shipping bill.
Yours very Iriilv.
(Signed) (ilH) C PIOItKINS.
Wc Beg to Cull Attention to
Our Largo New Stock
Cups & Saucers
These goods were elected
with great caro nnd comprise
the very best in the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen,
Ii. F. Wichman & Co,,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Kfv til t til rt r, f
There arc 110 new Fall Styles ready for you in the
Regal Shoe Store. Each ono expresses the latest custom
There arc sturdy, "mannish" models in dull Calf, and
the daintiest, lightest hoofs in fli'.c Kid and imported Pat
ent Lcnthcrs, nnd many extractive style in rich shades of
REGAL Quarter Size", insure yon perfect nt
CSV" jiMa-iA.' w.v-Xi-'iTJiiCiC
REGAL Shoes for Men arc known
everywhere as the top notch of re
finement and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes appeal to men
as much os to women, and nro just as
popular as the Women's Rcgah,
You can't de as well nnrwhcrff else
at near the wide price: that's one
pood reason for the popularity cf the
REGAL SHOE High duality in a
Regal, $3.5G Shoos
REG-AXi SHOE STORE,
& tr b
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $5 FER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 50o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-thc-Island" mid Long
Runs. Efficient Dnvmn. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE HARTFORDS C-SEATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We -repair any mukc of nutos. Wc employ tho iest
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to tho caro of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
If you want to make your Home Sweet Home
Gurrey's for Correct Framing
The Alameda brings a new lot of well-selected'
Framings and Paper-Packed Picture Glass
NOT Builders' CJlass
Ti iTuniliiiT n i ITT unnrrnnni i n r
AijR. GEO. 0RDWAY
I I"" our Upholstering
phone 415 and Mr.
I your home and give
! cost ot the worK you want done. AH
! I work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
w u u x m ii; a u Jtcxy
JTIATll a'Tf' ffFwm ! J m fnifc
For This Cold Weather
Cine Woolen Blankets
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
Men's and Boys' Woolen Sweaters
IN ALL COLORS.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
. 8F t1? .
m u u, a d , q-
KING AND BETHEL STS,
i n ,
-i miinnirii inn ii Mil i " im ( iTp ft
has full charge of
Ordway will go to
you estimates of the
rj." u m ui i.TiJ.
KINO nnd BETHEL STS.
XT YOU 0
HALF WAY IN
ONE OF OUR
Wc are satisfied
to let you pay for
it ns it suits your
CONGO ROOFING is made
for all wc!lhers.
Au unusually severe ctornt
won't hurt it; -
An extraordinarily-hot spell
won't hurt it;
An citra long cold spell
won't hurt it. -
It will stand ANY KIND of
exposure; it is tho NEVER
LEAK ROOFING tho kind
that stiys tight after it gets
old ns well ns when it i now.
Lewers & Cooke
177 South King St. Phone 775.
Our 1908 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS.
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
has fulfilled all promises.
Wc arc agents for tie famous
Our expert on magnetos, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty ii made of Repairing
THEY ARE KEEN
NOW ON EXHIBITION.1
BO'JTON BLDG., FORT ST.
lirT A TT1 PUP miTti xntn
I Pimk SMppex0
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT THE
a Orpheum Saloon,
For Distilled Water and Assorted
.Soda Water, delivered to office and
(residence, RING UP G37,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St.
M. P.. DE SA.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
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