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FRIDAY JULY 16. 1909.
Vigilance in watching opportuni
ty; tact and daring in seizing upon
opportunity; force and persistence
in crow ding opportunity to its ut
most of possible achievement these
are the material virtues which must
command success. Austin Phelps.
Lot's lime n City Unit and u
Chamber of Commerco building The
dtj needs both anil can well afford
Ker) thing Hint may help Honn
lulr. Khiiiltd be dono without waiting
In think It cr too long, and pcr
haps forget It.
Harr) Thaw and Princess da St-
gan have icsumcd their place In tlio
ejo of the public that would gladly
forget cither or both.
Hctween submarines and fllng
1n.1c.hlmn there Is ample opportunity
for soldiers and sillors to risk their
llu-s ecn In piping times of peace.
Should Delegate Kulilo rctlro from
Congress, A O. M. Hobcrtson Is the
in. in whom tho Republicans can
ilcot, It he will accept the nomina
tion. . -
Wh not send our Hussion visitor
to Jook oer Knpna? Tnklng care,
of course, that Manager Hilrchlhl
shall not tplstnkc him for Molukuns
One might Imagine Dr. Atchcrlcy,
when hirfirrUcs wherever ho proper
ly belongs, taking n quiet siesta and
remarking, "Aw, Ily Jotel Hut I
gao them a beautiful run for It."
'f-7 President Taft has reached the
i" point where It is necessary to call a
tp.nlo a spndo when reminding tho
United Stnti Congress of the prom
ises that must be fulfilled.
Say something good of Honolulu
when jou come In contact with tho
Increasing number of peoplo coming
this way to swell the total till wo
uacli that 100,000 tourists.
When the transportation compan
ies begin to run their lines right up
to the front door of tho prospective
Pearl Harbor dock jou may know
that public business will soon "get a
Look up, business men! The con
tractor for tho Pearl Hnrbor dock
b.ijs that iii.ui contracts for ma'
tcrlil will boon be let In Honolulu.
Ire hiiiii.iI If Honolulu men hid as
low or lower.
Of course tho National Quant
'should ho mustered to its full
strength. Tho Legislature should
linvo profiled the means, hut often
our peoplo hno to bo lilt' in the"
head with n largo brlik beforo they
will wake up.
, Perhaps tho Territory will find
Vithat owing to dclais when Hiiilolnh
0$ Sprcckels was In tho city nnd recent
complications In tho Clans Bprock-
nlft fwf.ltf. Ilin nvlnnulnn nf Hlutcm
slicet will he Indefinitely postponed.
tf winio people mako tlio mistake of
Xgrabhlng Time by tho fetlock In-
utcad of the forelock.
K. II. Harrlman nnncnrs to havo
flllind llllirll tltonRttrn In hlo ramnre
t' tllllt ho b'illlliosod n lot nf" nnniiln In
Now York would bo Kind if ha wero
dead. How much happier might ho
ho if hhj,.c.iroer had been such Hint
iheso Biimo people, could bo expected
to fervently wish that ho might l.o
wncil to this world for many nioro
"Advertising may cither mako or
break a business. Its Judicious use
means success, while a mtsippllcn
tlou or a failuie to use It menus fail
ure. The newspaper '8 the most
potent faitoi in tiatlonnl progress
today, and the business man, If ho
would succeed, must learn to take
advantage of It," H, M. Parkor ho
. foro thu lliislness Men of Dos Molues.
Ily what rule of rood spuso or In
ternational good will do Japanese
In this city and county become arro
gant In their nttltudo toward the
. law's, of this land? Thanks to their
iicts, tho problem of Hawaii Is uu
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rcr Sit Motitn 0 .fto
rerVfr, fttiywhere In IM I.oct
Pel Year ati)vltre In Canada. .. t.Ru
f'crear postpaid, foreign 3.oo
longer ono of differences between
planter and laborer, but rather of
American citizens and a number of
aliens banded together to mako n
ftitec and a laughing Htocl: of our
Jainncse residents of Hawaii havo
nrsl to Mum tnclr outspoken sup
port of-lnw and order and respect
for the laws of the country in which
thej llc. Then they will regain
the full confidence of the citizens of
Hawaii confidence they cnJo)cd
until recent months. The stlll-hunt-
sccrct-organlratlon has plajcd out.
A man must bo cither for or against
the laws of the country whose privi
leges he cnjo)8.
While ccr)one Is keeping quiet
out of deference to tho feelings of.
Japanese workers, the organ of tho
dangerous agitation pursues tho us
ual tenor of Its way arousing tho
feeling of tho liborcr ngalnst tho
emplojor, sneering at American law,
dcflng tho forces of law and order.
All the while It Is receiving nmplo
support from thoso quietly gum-shoc-not-for-publlcation-lst8
clarlng that they don't hetlcc in tho
doctrlno and nrc sure the exponents
of it arc enemies of tho public good.
Honolulu has more tourists than
ring any other summer.
Honolulu has mora soldiers than
Honolulu has more money than
Honolulu furnishes more employ
ment for skilled mechanics than at
any time since 1900.
Honolulu merchants are doing
What more do ou want to proo
that this city onjojs a prosperous
present and a magnificent futuro?
What good reason is there for
anone In Honolulu to sit on tho lid
of progress and excuse himself by
claiming n consenatho desire to
head off a boom?
education" in Tgricupjure is
basis, of prosperity.
"The greatest hroblcin Ir. edueitlon
toda Is the Industrial training of the
common people so as to enable them
Individually to give more products o
."All other education can bo con
ducted In gtoups, hut this must be per
sonal and IndUliliial.
"All others arc somewhat similar,
but this must he adapted to each Indl
ldii il and calls for n slightly different
"Improvement In mechanical lines
of education Is comparatively .easy be
cnuso It deals with tho populous and
wealthy community nnd does nut call
for extravagant expenditure per cap
"Hut jigrluiltuiu must ho taught In
a sparsely settled cnmniunlt) and nt
great expense per capita.
"Agrlcultuio Is not ono occupation
or branch, but many occupations and
branches. It depends lint upon'u sin
glo science, hut many sciences. It
represents 'In results not a single kind
of skill, but many kinds of capabil
ities "Tho Nation and tho Stato ought to
bo Interested In this agricultural prob
lem, becauso It theso classes of our
workers do not prosper, all other
classes fall. ,
Tho country schools aro thus tho
most Important of all schools that aro
maintained, becauso thoso educated
therein become the foundation of all
business prosperity for all other voca
tions. Tho work of cdnductlng such
training Is too exponsUo to rely upon
tho country school districts alone, and
hence tho rest of tho State must help
"Nothing of largo Impoitanco will bo
able to bo shown In progress along
theso lines until largo amounts of
money nio Invested In both State and
Nation so that teachers can bo trained,
and salaries sufficient for their support
can bo paid.
'Then agricultural education must
depend upon men teachers and not
men teacleis, and this situation will
iciiiilrn ono man teacher at leatt fm
mory twontj or thlrto countrj schools.
uu&v uriv wi.il ue piii'urwBury ana
special, and who will glio constant at
tention to the Industrial part of the In-
Fort Street . . , .2 bedrooms. .$ 8 00
Printers Lane . .2 bedrooms. . 12.00
Kalaknua Ave . .2 bedrooms.. 15 00
Peterson Lane..2btdroomi. . 15.00
Lunalilo St. .. .2 bedrooms. . 16 00
Xaili Avenue... 2 bedrooms.. 18 00
Rose Street . ...3 bedrooms.. 18 00
Elm Street . .i. 3 bedrooms.. 20.00
Union Street . ..3 bedrooms. . 20 00
Kaimuki ..... .2 bedrooms. . 2500
Spencer Street.. 2 bedrooms.. 27.50
Lunalilo Street.. 3 bedrooms.. 32 50
Walkiki 2 bedrooms.. 35.00
Young- Street.. .4 bedrooms.. 4000
Waikiki 2 bedrooms.. 40.00
College Hills... 2 bedrooms.. 45.00
Xaimuki 2 bedrooms . . $30.00
Beretania St. . .4 bedrooms.. 35.00
Kali a Road ... .2 bedrooms i . 35.00
College Hills ...2 bedrooms.. 40.00
Beretania St. . .5 bedrooms?. 45.00
Kinau St 4 bedrooms. . 55.00
Alexander St. . .3 bedrooms. . 60.00
' - ' .
Trent Trust Co,, Xtd'.
hae been put forth for several jears
to Interest both Stato legislatures and
tho National Congress In this need, so
that financial Btipport lor such an en
deavor may be glcii.
"Progress h.is htm made but thus
far but limited results hmo been ob
tained. "The State Normal Schools nr dig
proper state agency; to use In this en
deaor. They arc numerous; they .ire
now- jKjpular teacher training schools;
the) are conducted iconoinlcallj ; they'
know how to trnln efficient touchers
for the public schools ,nnd they should)
structlon. For these reasons, efforts j
bo required by Wo secrnl States to,
Soticd"Hor,onlo,,,ta,,,,,ao',nadea will or if the
fho students who ntknd thoso
teacher schools would cheerfully co
into this field of labor if thp opportun
ity to mako a crcdltablo'lUIng wero
possible, mil only by Slato and Na
tional aid can such an ondeinor be ac
complished and the b2.1sn.ts, full) real
ized." Tho foregoing extracts from tho ud-
dress of Homer II. Secrlc) of Iowa mi
Ittirnl and Agriculture Hdiicntinn, de
livered nt the NatlomI educational As
Eoclatlon Comcntfon, are railed to tho
especial attention of the citizens of
What wo shall do with 011 children
Is lit far greater Importance to. tho fu
turo of this Terrltorj than the strike
problenvtho ntuc of Chinese labor or
the availability of .the European.
It Is true of Hawaii as of no other
part of tho United States that If agri
cultural "classes of our woikers do not
prosper all other clarscs fall."
Hawaii cannot prosper In the right
scnsolif tho word, nml wo doubt If It
can continue, to prosper In an sense. If
continued dependence Is to bo placed
on nlltn and transient labor to do t'hu
Let us show you a.bargain in one
of the best resident sections of
Honolulu, Size of lot 50x200. Mod
ern cotape of parlor, dining- room,
inrec oca rooms, Kitcnen, Dam, etc,
A real bargain at $4,000. ,i
$4,250.00 will buy a home in Mo
ana iVallcy, almost new. Suitable
for small family. Terms to suit pur
chaser. We have a few choice buildine
lots. One especially good in Manoa
Valley for $1,000. Another in the
Makiki District for $2,000.
Perhaps you would like to buy,
but have not found just what you de
sire. Let us find it for you.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Have You Sent That
imSm' TDiict r-nMDANv
drawn by men whd are
familiar with the law.- '
Our legal depart
ment will dratt 'your
will free of charge." If
you have not already
nnp i Vfll hfilf mnrlt
not entirely satisfac
tory, wjiy not1 take ad
vantage of this offer.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
'&& w ATI "&
1 , .
work of thp agricultural Industry. Tho
great Bafo-guard,' tlio onl guarantee
of future prosperity In this Territory
Is education In ngrlculluro seriously
undertaken In tho public schools. Wo
want Infelllge'ty citizen worlors.
TOO MUCH LIGHT IS .
' BADi SAYS DOCTOR
Major Charles Edward Woodruff,
of the Medical Corps, U. S. Army,
ascribes the heavy death rate in tho
tropics to light, not heat. Tho Ma
jor thinks that tho tropics aro moro
dcadl) for blondes than brunettes, ns
the onl pnrt of tho earth whero tho
blonde bus survived Is In northern
Europe, whero tho light Is far Icbs
'I Iiiino found. In tho United
States, that hlondes'suffcr more gen-
ci alls from tuberculosis than tho
brunettes, I n mtrjllfg to combat
tho tendency of tho medical profes
sion to give their patients too much
light. It Is my belief that thcro is
too much light in buildings hero for
tho best Interests, liyglcntcally, of
MnJor'Whodruff lias written sever
al hooks on hygiene and other sub
jects e;f interest to medical men,
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
ha Kind You Have Always Bought
185 edltorU) rocms 250 busi
ness office. These are the'teleprno
numhert of the Bulletin office ,
Sale of Laces
Monday, July 10,
VALENCIENiJES LACES, Ff.INC
ESS LACES, CLUNEY MEDAL
LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
v 6 to 8 p.m:.
. Every Evtto'g
Open 0 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
With' 'old age
nd loss v bt employ
ment) are1 you going to
ipcnu 'an 'you
ou vo along? 1
Start a savings ac-
Jcouiit withnus.t We
welcome s'mall hs well
as large) deposits. ' 4
per'cen't. interest com
poilnded twice 'annu
ally. Bank of Hawaii,-
Surplus, and, CapitAU...n. $1,000,000.
two Tenrtls Courts Will
.Be Made On Hotel'
Kiimnts to the effect that tho Mo
lina Hotel if to bo closed and tho
dining room at tho Young dono away
with aro absolutely denied by the
proprietors. Mr, Young, on being
seen this morning, said that ho could
not understand how such Ideas
In stead of thinking of closing tho
Moann the very reverse Is decided
upon, mid, In tho near future, tho
popular hotel will bo almost doubled
In sire. Tho enlargement of tho ho
tel has been considered for soma
time, nnd it is planned to build an
extension Hint will allow of Just
twlec tho number of guests being
Two tennis courts nro alto con
templated, and they will probably
bo situated on tho Hwa side1 of tho
hotel, whero at present tho lawn and
sluido trees ar located. Tho slto Is
mi Ideal ono for tho courts, mid If it
Is decided to iniiKe turf ones, tho
material 1h light nt hnnd.
Tho dining room at tho Young
will bo continued ns heretofore, and
no change Is contemplated.
pno of the lenders of tho Lcaguo of
Russian People, -who was accused of
nnanlzlng tho juurdcr of" Deputy
Hcrtzcnstcln of l'lnland la 190(1, has
been arrested. v i
. Fountain Pen
'Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at ''
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Icuciiq nonn m
UIILLLU UHUI '111
Mortars Stand Tests
Captain Piatt, who made Hie tcBts
of tho mortars nt l'ort linger, reports,
imofflchll.', that the tislrf woro'plr
fectly Mitlsfactory In ooi' way, and
that the guns and cnrilagcs stood thu
strain of llrlug without showing nu
III effects. ' v
Tho guns, which were fired nt n
muzzle donation of slxly-flo degrees,
threw thu ptojcctlhs about ten thou
sand arils, and the shells fell In Wnl
alao bay ,rnlslng hugo pramlds of
water as they hit tho ocean.
The pit in which the guns nrc plae I
Is to bu rodded nnd that will protbjit
thu hciny clumls of dust arising when
the guns nro lircd. At present I hero
Uh no water laid unto tho pit nnd until
connection Is mndu tho sodding of tho
fort cannot lake pl.ico.
Major WInslow, who was In his offlcu
when tho guns wero fired yestcrda),
listened Intently for the' sound of the
reiiorts, but could hear nothing. Tho
reports could ho henrd In tho higher
IHiillons of tho city, but thcru sas no
Jar, as when tho big blusts wero fired
on thu waterfront.
Captain Piatt s.ijs that n woman and
a Ittllu boy n. about two )ears of age
wero near tho fort when tho mortars
we'll) fired, ami that (ho child wils not
In nny wnj disturbed by tho report.
People who reside near Diamond
Head did not een hear thu guns be
ing fired, the, hills evidently (flitting
on thu sound. Thu scream of the
shells wni plainly heard by residents
tho report (if tho guns wus much moio
Captain Plntt, who lo.nts on thu Ko
rea, will i rohabl) ho li'ick In Honolulu
about Clulstmas time, when ho will
test tho guns nt Penrl Haibor, which
will then be ready for scnlcc.
DR. ATCHERLY IS
Has No Concerted, Ideas
When Galled This
Dr. Atrherloy nppenrod beforo
Judge Andrndc this morning to nu-
swer to a rhnige of Insanity, He-
fore nny charge had been mado tho
Doctor attacked tho Court on tho
grounds that ijli copy of tho chnrgo
had been served upon him, and Im
mediately started to examine a top)
of the St if tiles.
The Judge sought to pacify him
by explaining that If ho would have
patlenco till the charge was mudo
against him ho would ho given every
opportunity of attacking It on nny
technicality or of leading n proof
of dofense and rebutting it. This
tho Doctor finally nKrccd to, and
Prosecuting Attornoy Drown then
lead tho charge, which stated that
ho was of unsound mind.
The, Doctor did not then scorn to
havo any coherent Idea of his plan
of campaign, but his wife saved tho
situation by requesting tho Prosecu
tor for n.iontlnuutlou till t onion ow
morning in order that tho Doctor
might ho represented by counsel.
This tho Court agreed to, and his
case was accordingly set nsldo for
JUDGE SCORES .
That Informers meet with scant sym
pathy f i om Judge Andradu was shown
this morning when tho case of Sam
Hoomano, an aged nathe of about CO
jenrs, charged with keeping n blind
pig, wns lulled.
Tho ciso was under advisement from
Tuesday and tho accused cumo up for
sentence. Tho .ludgo said: "I do not
wish to send (Ills old man to Jail ns
I a mncit mho that ho has been making,
a icgulur pinctfcu of this, and I shall,
lft ho promises to stop this kind of
tiling, let him go on suspended sen
tence. If ho bo brought beforo mo
ugnlu on r similar charge I shall deal
with him In the severest way that tho
law allows. As for the Informers
guess theli couisu Is about tun In this
The last 1 email; uioso out of the fact
thut the chief witnesses against IIoo
mnnn yvore two spjs of ery question
nblo icputntlon and whcio a conviction
Is secured a luwurd of $20 Is paid to
them; whero no conviction Is Bccurcd
the) receive nothing. I low much faith
I tlio Judge plicid III theli eiarlt) nil
i o Wily
ho unileutood fiom bin ic-
jj-'Tor f'enf care's on le at
tho Bulletin office.
KNIFE AND BROOM
Porto Rlcan And Qhina-
men Beaten Up By
The exploits of thb Higher Wage
Assoelatloii arc still to lite foro, mid
this morning brought to light tho
latest maltreatment nf tho strike
breakers, when Kwong Slug, n Chi
naman, nnd Jerry Airtluclll, n l'or-
to Illcnn, swore out warrants against (
n .Inpanese mined llagajnshl, the
former foi assault with n weapon
iiih' the lattur for assault and bat
Martlnclll stales Hint as ho wai
going to wofk this morning on hts
water wngon about flp minutes be
fore six ho wns stopped by tho .Tup
ancsij, who said to him, "You go to
woVk on plantation?" bind tho l'orto
ltlrnii replied, "I go In work If t
like." Hiignjnshl then mid, "You
not go lo work, ou (calling him
a llo name) get down anil light.
Martlnclll'got down off his wngon
as his progress wns barred, and tho
Japanese Immediately assaulted him
with n broom handle, striking him
en the arms and wrists. Ono of tho
blowiTon thowrIst was of sosscrlons
n nntu)o that tho l'orto Illcnn had
to ' to a hospital for treatment.
The clrciiiiiitnnccx attendant on tho
jissault of tho Chlnauinn woia simi
lar, though In that men a knlfo wis
diuwn on him, though no seilous
Injury was Indicted.
Thu Jnpiueso wns arrested at
Wnlpuhu by Police Offlccr Wills and
brought Into tho city. No wnriant
having been sworn to, ho was dis
charged from the Jail and Immedi
ately re-urrcsted by Tied Weed with
the wnrrnnts .swum to by Kwong
Sin nnd Martlnclll. Tho Japanese,
who was under the lnlluciu.0 of li
quor, wns ory unwilling to return
to the confined quarters of thu pris
on nnd had to be helped aloug-tonie-what.
His cam will comet up for trial
before Judge And ratio tomorrow
'SMELTER KING IN DIVORCE
TANGLE IN CHICAGO COURT
Chlehgo epeilenecd a shuck when
foimcr .Miior Dimiiu went Into Jiidgu
Hoiioiu'h couit thcro iccnlly and do-
mantled that u dlvoico grnntetl til I 'Jul
lo Orce H. aiiggcnhelm from William
(luggcnhelm, onol of tho family of
"smelter 1 Inga," bo set aside. Judip)
Diiiino diclnicd Ihal'hu had gi.intod
the iliwiMC when bo was on tlio bcueli,
hut (hat tho demo hail Ineu ohtalliud
by fiiiud uud collusion ami should bu
set aside. Ho produced aflldaUtH pur
porting to show Hint draco II (liiggui
helm was not a lead resilient of Chi
ciigo when thu divorce was giaulcd to
her. Shu now appears as plaintiff lu
tlio motion to annul the decicc.
Outdoor schools for ehtidicn who
nro ph)slcnl)y below par wero favi
oi cd "In u speech mndo beforo tho
American Institute of Homeopathy
In Detroit by Di. IMwnrd llceeher
Hoolici of llartfoid, Conn.
A gathering of 1,000 poisons, iep-'
rcscutathu of nil pluitcH of London
life, passed lesolutioiiH dcelirlng
nagnlst Premier Asqullh's budget,
which, it Is slid, would hint com
mcrco and Industry. '
Notice Is herohy ghen that here
after nnd until fuithei .lintlco tho
regular olflto hours of the llonnl of
Health will ha from 8 a. m, to. I p,
m. on all week das except Sttuiday,
on wliteh day tho bonis will bo from
S a. ni, to l2ioon."
H, A. MOTT-BMiril,
Piesldeut Teulloil.il llo.ud
Onire of tho Doird of Health, July
J30a Jul) 10, 17, 19,
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