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SATURDAY JULY 31, 1909
Genius is talent set on fire by
courage. Fidelity is simply daring
to be true in small things as well as
great. Courage is the standing
nrniy of the soul which keeps it from
conquest, pillage and slavery Henry
TIiIh Is the time to buy on a ris
ing market with the brightest pros-
I), 12. Hlclinnls .) lie can't finil
1111)0110 In llllu wliu was ou'rihnrgod
(in t lie Fourth of Jul).
Don't spend our time bunting
iiround for something evil tu say of
Hiinuliilii unit Its people.
An man who complains of Hono
lulu's future Is of the lira ml that
will lliul fault with his halo It lucky
enough to get one.
Japaneto Agitators hae plncd
the limit In Hawaii. Our people
lmo ii desire to run their own coun
try, and they will do it or know
the reason why.
It Is n fait that the acrnge Hono
lulu summer 14 cooler than the sum
mer of the nvornge mainland resort.
Honolulu needs only the habit of
people! BaliiK so.
No (Incoming ocean liner nrrlvlng
nt this port wiib ever a greater pro
nmtojj of Honolulu! prosperity than
Is tin; blR sea-going dredger that will
hili open Pearl Harbor to iuwIku
lion. '" " " i t
Iiwthlnklng of the future jif .Ha;
walljione should nlvsay's icmember
tlmt the settlementiot tho turlfl will
htart'the full tide of returning pros
perity'. How Inp over the mainland,
,nnd that can't full to help Hawaii.
"A general ulr of piosperlty" Is
what 13. SI. Walsh notices particu
larly In Honolulu when returning
after two jears" nbsenie. This Is
mighty fine ulr, and lllio the climate
Honolulu should make tho most of
it by boosting their own town,
Japanese engaged In the strlko at
O.i b u plantation are least Interested
In observing the laws of the country
In which they are residents. Is that
what j on cull a desirable class of
workmen to whom special considera
tion should bo shown by treaty
Stnyor Tern should remember that
ours Is a gocrnment of laws, not of
men, Ilepubllcnn, not Monarchlal,
Ho has no more right to issue a spe
cial permit for un auto driver to vio
late an ordlnanco of the city thnn to
iispend the law against gambling
nmong tho Japanese,
It will tnko many years of good
behavior on the part of the Japan
ese to wipe out the memory that the
Agitation outfit so closoly linked
with n more respectable element,
hud this town schemed out on a reg
ular military plan for the control
first of tha Japanese, and then
While Kngland, Germany, France
nnd Russia are doing their utmost
to quell war scares that keep their
people awake nights, the smaller
powers ure busy keeping peace with
in their borders by aid of the exe
cutioner, with about equal success.
"We who nre so closely associated
with publicity nnd its transportation
nre apt to underestimate the econo
mic dignity of the advertising col
umns of the newspaper. Publicity Is
no longer u byproduct of our news
factories; it Is the Ilnls. Upon its
ebb and flow depend the high nnd
low ltood-tlde of our prosperity."
Where does Hawaii stand In the
campaign for tho upbuilding of tho
merchant nmrlno? If no voice is
heard In tho Trans-SIIsslsslppt Con
gress and no resolutions aro sent
from our civic bodies, what will be
the practical difference between the
pig-headed Interior statesman und
sleepy people of Honolulu?
. Minister Crane, soon to pass this
way to take charge of tho American
legation at Pekln, Is one of tho big
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Pel Ytr ulierelii Csntdt, . I.Ho
I'trVeit pottpild, toietin 3,ou
gest nnd most progressive men our
country lins eer sent to the Orient.
Honolulu will do Itself credit to pay
him nt least ns much respect as It
has un wirious occasions to the Chi
nese .Minister passing through.
Alexander Hume Ford devotes
two pagei In the current Collier's
Weekly proving that Hawaii is "Our
Japanese Territory." Tho first
thing he doe It to refer to iiopuln.
tlon statistics, and not once does he
consider It necessary to point to tho
splendid record of Hawaii In furnish
ing soldiers for the wnr of 18G0. He
deals with n piesent-day Hawaii,
"I think the girls of rtadcllffc and
the bos of Harvard devote too much
of their tlmo to study," sas Prof.
(Jeorge Herbert Palmer. "They
should mingle n little frivolity with
their studies; In other words, they
should lllrt a little."
This advice of Harvard's oldest
professor will fall with n strange
emprasls on the enrs-ot regulators of
college manni'is. Aro not students
already too much inclined to frivol
ity, shirking "the performance In
the main tent" for the "side shows;"
Possibly the wnrnlng Is needed by
ho Portias of Radcllffe, but the view
uf college outh as tolling ovcV their
books to the sacrifice of their social
i.iterests and requiring to be encour
t scd to relax Is n novel educational
Is not the quality of thq'uinoon
light at Cambridge In leafy ; June
what It was? And do they no longer
teach Horace thero that It now needs
the cxiiortution or a. gray-haired pro
fessor to Impress the' Roman poet's
precepts on undergraduates? Eras
mus would have, Indorsed Dr. Pal
mer's view, and it ds not unlikely
that many bearded alumni will con
firm it as the wisdom of worldly ex
perience. Hut It Is evident that a philoso
phy of life Is being taught at the
colleges, the Insidious Influence of
which on the joung mind may well
excite the forebodings of episcopal
crltks. At n time when the new
President of Union College, a min
ister, reminds students of the value
of "a drop of sporting blood," and a
Harvard professor, us tho fruit of a
life spent in study, advises boys nnd
girls not to neglect tho pleasures of
jouth, stern mentors may well de
spair for the future. Thero is some
consolation In tho thought that
students ure so good that they must
be directed to lllrt as a duty to them
selves. Ilut what words of reproba
tion will the mentors in question
find ndequate for tho characteriza
tion of this official encouragement of
lllshop SIcKaul may bo heard from,
declaring this to be further reason for
keeping hit (lock fiam Harvard.
Secretnry Atkinson of tho Immi
gration Hoard Is authority for the
ttatement that nothing has yet been
expended for the Russian immigra
tion, nnd will not be until the Immi
grants nre enlisted and on the way
tho goods delivered, In other
This sounds all right, and it Is to
be hoped that every success will at
tend the enterprise.
It Is quite natural that the com
munity should bo somewhat slow to
cnthuso over philanthropists that
stop in the city for a few days, and,
seeing the distressed condition of the
people, Immediately offer their ser
vices ns leaders to change it all and
bring In a dcslrablo people. If wo
mlstnkc not, the, promoter of the Mo
loknn Importation was not only a
man of large wealth, but nlso closely
connected with some prince or house
of n prince or royal family of bomo
sort that Immediately gave him
eutro ns being nblo to size up tho
situation at u glahco and vouch for
Our people cannot too quickly for
get that they have not seen much of
tho other promoter since his people
came and went.
12very project that promises well
for Immigration should be fostered.
Pineapples are Profitable
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
The Test of
The Best is
Where the Crowd Goes
and that's the
from G a, m.
to 11:30 p.m.
Are you sending one today?
When n man Is spending his own
money In an experiment, the peoplo
have nothing to do but look on,
When nn experiment Is carried on
by public officials, they should take
cognizance o( the lessons of private
Not many weeks ago a noted ex?
plorer known throughout Great Ilrlt
uln passed through the city, ond, bJ
coming interested In the labor situa
tion, announced that he ould get
from merry England hundreds of
woikmcn who would be glad to get
SIR n month nnd their keep. This
man could produce credentials ns to
his financial soundness nnd excel
lent judgment In nil other matters.
Possibly the Hoard of Immigra
tion would be us safe in putting Its
nioaoy on the red of the English as
the black or tho Russian.
It may be good business nnd dig
nified for the Hoard of Immigration
to pick up with nnjono who comes
through with nn immigration propo
sition, while scorning tho effort to
enlist Immigrants from tho main
land coming through the regular,
ports of entry. Our people do not
pretend to he fully Informed nn tho
matter. It Is unquestionably true,
Among our ''For Sales" we hav
Veit.L? wel1 the one larPe means. By woy of example, we have
a 9i,xuu property consisting or two
readily rented. We can sell this as
singly for homes.
t An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Road to beach,"
with 100 foot frontage on beach. Price $3,500.
t,., wehave for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x00, Waianuenue Street,
Hilo. Size of building 20x36. Best business location in Hilo.
Property at Pearl Citv, near Depot. Tantalus home for one year
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streefs,
Twenty-two' acres of splendid
land. About fourteen acres of land
is now planted in fruit.
The property for sale consists of
the above land, a small bungalow,
which is new and in good condition;
wagon, disc plow, cultivator, double
harness, light harness; also many
small tools and one head of stock.
The time to buy is NOW. The
widespread advertising of HAWA
IIAN PINES in magazines and other
periodicals in the States has been
building a market for this fruit;
nn dthis market is bound to increase
Above property can be sold on
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond Ex
change. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on listed sugar
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
iBank of Hawaii,
Limited. ,, . .
Ca.pjtaJ and Surplus $1,606,000
"liowover, thnt the people of the Ter
ritory would bo In much closer sym
pathy with the policies of the Board
and the diameter of tho agents
through whom they arc working, If
the sessions of tho Mould were opon
to tho publl".
Meanwhile, ns to the Itusslnn Im
migration, it Is a mutter for which
the llo.ml will be deserving n spe
cial crown of honor If It bo brought
tliiough with complete success nnd
the wealthy philanthropist establish
es not only his own home in the Is
lands, but a splendid colony of hard
working, liberty-loving, honest home
buildeis, who will make their money
here nnd spend it here,
A petition for confirmation of tho
siilo of properly nf Joseph Mokuninla
nnd llosullna Mokuninla by their
guardlnn, Clara M. Mokumata, was
grunted today by Judge Do Holt.
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onnortnnltlM fnr th .mall in.
(2) five-room cottages in a locality
an investment or sell the houses
Says They Failed To
Keep Their Promises
To The Court
"Mnrlnos do not keep their prom
ises," is the opinion of Judge An
ilrado from tho sentiments expressed
In Police Court this morning. "Too
ninny of jou fellows have been be
fore me recently," he said to Cor
porul Connolly, "nnd 1 have tried to
dual ns leniently ns possible with
jou, but ou return the kindness by
giving me a dirty deal, I have
continued cases in order thnt )ou
fellows will reappear nnd pny'our
fines, but ou never do so. 1 um
willing to glvo you one more chance,
and I will continue thin case till next
Saturday In order thnt jou may be
on hand with funds to pay u fine.
Remember, Connolly," continued tho
Judge, "If jou nre not hero I will
glvo orders to have jou nt onco ar
rested the first time jou appear on
the street for contempt of court."
The ubovo remarks arose from the
case of E. J, Connolly of Co. D at
Camp Very, arrested at 12:30 this
morning by Officer Meek In tho
churchy urd nt Knkaako. From the
evidence of two nntlve girls, Annie
Hilo and Annie Turner, Connolly
went to their house In tho Magoon
block, nnd because he was refused
admission ho kicked In the door. He
wns afterwards found In the church
yard nnd nrrcstcd by Ofllcer Meek.
Connolly denied committing the of
fense, hut in cross-cxnnilnutlon ho
admitted that he was pretty full nnd
could not account for his being In
Piosccutlng Attorney Drown did
not press for n heavy sentence, nnd
It Is understood thnt Judge Audradc
will fine Connolly in the sum of St
and costs, or JD.40 altogether.
Out of court It was stated to po
lice authorities that on nccount of
the damage, done to the door, the
landlord had repaired tho same nnd
turned the girls' out uf the house this
First Large Shipment of
Arrive In Port
One hundred and sixty Filipinos
arrived on tho steamship Nippon
Maru last night. Thero aio 144
men, fourteen women and two child
ren in the lot. After tho passen
gers had passed inspection nnd tho
big liner docked, the laborers were
segregated und placed In quaran
tine, from where they will be us
Btgned to various plantations today.
The newcomers ure from the Island
of Cebu and wero belected by O. A.
Stevens nnd L ,K, Plnkhnm for tho
work here. The natives nre a husky
looking lot and should maka good
cane workers. They represent the
best class of laborers that could be
The Nippon Is still In command of
Commodore W. E. Fllmer of tho Tojo
Klsen fleet. She was delayed In ui
rlving jesterday by strong head
winds encountered when Hearing tho
Islands. After sho had discharged
her Honolulu cargo sho sailed this
morning at 10 o'clock for San Fran
cisco. Among her passengers aro
Mrr. H. E. Mnlnwurlng, wife of tho
manager of the Grand Hotel at Yo
kohama, and her daughter Qladjs.
Y. Salturl, a wtalthy Jupanese
merchant, Is letuinlng to Now York.
S. Nnkayn, another through passen
ger. Is connected with tho Jnpuncse
Consular service in S.in Francisco.
HOUNDED TO DEATH.
W. A. Davis Is at present held by the
police for imcstlgatlon. It being stat
cd that ho Is of unsound mind. Last
night ho rushed up to the patrolman
Monday, Aug. 2nd
And following days till all are Sold.
See our windows.
"iV j vV"!(fl!('.
"I hardly know how to thank you for
"I suffered five years with pain in the stomach. About a year ago it became
u hd T rnnlrl hardlv hear it I couehed dav and ni&ht and crew weaker and
weaker. The pain extended through
urosvuung, wnicu maue mo cuugu. xtvcijuuv Luuugui. uau wusuwyHvu.
"My husband heard of Peruna and bought five bottles. This treatment vir
tually cured me and now I recommend Peruna to every one who is suffering. (
"I thank Dr. Hartman,for this excellent remedy."
Bte. Julie de Vercheres, P. Q., Canada. . Mrs. Mois Parizeau.
ANEai.KCTl'.DcoldU generally tlio
first cauo of catarrh.
Women are especially llablo to coldn.
These cohta occur more frequently dur
ing the wet, sloppy weather of winter
and spring than any othor tlmo of the
year. Often they
aro not consid
ered serious and
arel allowed to
run on, or they
aro treated 111 such a way as to only
palliate the symptom, vrhllo the cold
becomes mcro deep-seated and the
pationt flnatly awakens to the fact that
aho has a wcll-dovcloped caae of ca
tarrh. By reason of their dollcato tmcture,
tho lungs are frequently tho soat of a
cold, especially If thero Is tho slightest
weaknessotthesoorgans. Tho treatment
of catarrh of tho lungs Is alio more dif
ficult and discouraging than catarrh of
anv other organ or tho tiodr. f
TlTrnuld tio wish theWorV.' to Board
against it by ovcry precaution posslblt.
ThA following vhfiliHiiln riru
gjsts will supply the retail traOf IlBNS0N' SMITH & CO.,
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HIOH-CIASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
nt tho comer of King mid Mer streets
and complained thnt peoplo wcro pur
suing him nlul wcio attempting to
hound him to death. The pntiolmun
came to tho conclusion that ho wns of
unsound 'mind 'nnd locked him up tor
Ho will bo oxcmlned today to deter
mine ns to his ranlty.
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
it ' i-ifc. M
MRS. HOIS PAMZEAU.
the good Peruna has done me. M
my body and I also had difficulty in
Peruna tins been found tho most re
liable-of alt remedies for coughs, eolds
and catarrh, by reason of the fact tbul
It goes at once.to the very seat of tin
It searches out every crevice, every
duct of tho body. 1 1 qulckons and equal
izes the circula
tion of Hie blood,
thus relieving tho
membranes. It ex
ercises a healing
or THE LUNGS.
and soothing effect upon tho mucous
membranes, no matter whether they
aro tho moro exposed membrancsof the
head and throat, or whether they lino
the remotest cells of the lungs.
Mrs. Jaschob, 1011 Hicks bt., Toledo,
Ohio, U.H. A., writes:
"When I wrote to yon for advice, I
had boon rick for three years. I had
trouble, with my throat. Of ton I could
not 'jreatho through my nose. I also
had pains In my client and a cough. I
took Peruna according to directions
and it has cureduo." l
: SUNDAY SERVICES :
Central Union CIiiiilIi Dorcmus
Sciidder, Mlnlstei ; Amos A. UberRule.
Assistant Mlnlstei. lliblo School
Clifton II. Tiucy, Sup., with clusson
for nil nges nt 9M5 A, M. Morning
Worship nt U A. M., the minister will
pi each; subject: "A Vision." At HiIh
seivlco tho Pastor will announce his
decision In ro the call to New Yoik.
Tho Christian Kndcawir Society will
miet at G;30 p, M. i:cnlng Worship
nt 7'J0 P. M.( sermon by tho minister;
biibject: "My llnlquo Wlnecup." Solo
nnd congregational singing. A cordial
Imitation is hereby extended to
stiangers, seamen, traiolors, visiting
friends nnd tho public generally to at
tend nil thcbo sen Ices.
Tho I'hst Methodist Episcopal
church, coiner Ucietnnla ucnuo and
Miller street; John T. Jones, p.islnr
Sunday school, 10 n. in. Morning woi
ship. 11 o'clock; hormon by tho Itov.
J. W. Wadnian, DI), Biibject "Tho
(lospel of Self contentment." (u,lr.
teily communion serWco, Iteceptlon
of new menibciB. npworlh League
0:30 p. m. i:onlng worship; boiinon
by tho pastor Union Illblo class will
meet nt this church Monday oenliig
Pi as or nicetliic:. Wniiiio,in.. i "'
TollllstH Mil, Here ull,.r .....i ..." '.
i ,,...' "', mm menus
into cordlall) hulled to nttond tho
""tin si, HUH Lilllirjl,
iu ii i Re r "f Oosht'ii. In,!..
i ' . ..TA rth,1!ll"ls order piohlblt
lug btrlklrg emplojes of the American
sheet and tlnplato company fron, .
teireiliig with tho operation of tho
plant atC wood. 1ml , was Issued t -day
bv Judgo liakcr of th0 United
Status Clicult Court. a
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