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VOL. XI. NO. 4401.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1909. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
DUR RECLAMATION PLEA HEARD
HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL GUESTS
HAWAII GREETS CONGRESSMEN
18 HERE TO STUDY
FUTURE RESTS ON
Chairman of Committee on Agricul
ture Left Four Years Ago With
Feeling of Depression, But It
Has Left Him.
VYV ((line to I l-iw.ill with .1 tt
I! filuull) unit i mi itliuttr- ruling ss
it fur our people. Wo nio liciu for tt
:: tiio puriMiiu it oiitic itinK " tt
!! i, In iiml ii aching Intelligent It
t: conclusions that will HRnlt us In tt
Kallunnl legislation affecting nu. tt
:t Tlmic Is nut a member of this S
ilt purt that has nut taken an tictho St
S luteiesl In )our problems and o tt
t Jul tint our Interests oru tlio tt
ltTleT4iitBnr llio whole countrj." tt
lion. Chnrlos V. Scott. tt
"It is not a Junket; It Is an educa
tional visit ileelKiici to.glvo tlio Con
gressmen who aro nuinlierci in tlio
put) an intelligent Idea of jour local
conditions. You occupy an Important
gtogruphlcnl mid strategic mitloil in
flit! development of tlio l'.iclftc, ami it
is (Hsmtlil that wo hnvo n-propcr
understanding of tlio problems Unit
now confront the people, of Hawaii In
roumclloi with the work of uillonal
Tills was tlio Klatetnent nindo tlilu
moinlng b) Hon Charles 1. 3cutt,
v ho holds the Important place of chair
man of tlio Committee on Agriculcnru
of tlio llmiho of Representative;!, In
the couiso of an interview on the
lilt .14 of tlio Congressional delegation
"I nin particularly Interested In tlio
w ork of )
inn local experiment sin-1
lien" ball Congiessman Scott, "and I
hope to bo able to give It consldeiablo
of nij attention whllo hero. It Is
in ili'i oil Hint our appioprlallons In tho
future bo mnterliillj reduced and I um
anxious to see Unit tho elllclenry of
the local station is not crippled. I
consider Hi it It bus done a vnluublo
of little men's
clothing in the
Kash Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel St.
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tt PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK, tt
, tt Mondnv, Aug 3D, n. in ltccep- tt
,SS lion on .irriMil of 8. S. Siberia In tt
tt port, P. M. Canoeing, surfing it
tt and swimming at Wnlklkl licatli. tt
.St Tuesday Aug. 31, n. m Auto tt
:i (our of Honolulu; visit to lort St
tt linger, Diamond Head. 4 p in. tt
tt Kercpllou at Governor Prcar's tt
tt residence, tt
tt Wednt siiiy, Sept. 1, S:"0 n. in. tt
SI Leave fin 1'earl Harbor aboard tt
tt U. S. B. lroipiols, as guests of tt
H Captiln Itots. U. S. N.; truln trip tt
tS to Sehofleld ll.irmcks (cavulr)) tt
St for cn-tliy ieluw, polo b.uiio and tt
tt IiiiilIkoii. tt
St Thun-ilay, Sept. I, 11 n. in tt
tt i: Queen l.tlluokiilaul's blrtlulii) tt
S! uceptlon. 8 i. in Hand concert tt
i! I ml ball at Young Hotel. tt
It I'rlday, S'cpt. 3, 10 a. m Visit tt
tt to lllslnp Museum. 1 p. Ill, tt
tt Men bants' Arsochtlon luncheon tt
It at Commercial 7 30 p m I.tiau tt
St given under auspices of Mnjor J. tt
St J. Tern, at Seisldo Hotel tt
St Haturli), Sept. 4. (all ln). tt
tt Arouud-.'ie Inland nutn trip; visit tt
SS to pineapple plantations. tt
St Sundbj, Sept. IS, 10 p m I.eavo tt
:t on S. S. .Molina Ken Tor Kauai Is- tt
St land. tt
st u tt it tt tt tt tt tt tt tt u tt tt tt n
work In Iho past In connection with
I he experimenting along tho fines of
diversified agricultural product. This
1 consider estcntlal for the future well
ULlnc of thn Trn-lim-v" !
Congressman Scott said that It was
an open question whether the pros
perity of tho Territory could bo main
tained nt Its present high standard by
tho substitution of smnll farmers for
tho sugar Industry, anil ho said It was
n difficult question to determine nnd
ono that could bo Intelligently deter
mined only through tho work conduct'
ed by tho agricultural experiment sta
tions and market conditions.
Promise of Future.
"I was hero for n day four jenra
ago with tho Tuft party," said Con
gressman Scott, "and I must udmlt
that I left Hawaii with a feeling of
depression. I say depiesfelou bccnuBo
I felt then that tho prosperity of tho
couutiy tested Bolely on tho sug-ir In
dustry. Hut conditions havo changed
since them. Your plncapplo Industry
"as assumed respectable proportions
al' ' l"o tmwrco and rubber oil li-ue
I'rospeied materially and It no looks
though tlio country could bo dene!
r!,ei1 nl,,"g ll(J "traditional American
"AIimiIuIp depenrienco upon ono In
dustrj Is not n lieallliv condition for
(Continued on Page 8)
Welcomed By Governor
LEIS AND MUSIC
FOR THE VISITORS
Intrepid With Hawaiian Band and
Reception Committee Escorts
Pacific Mail Liner Into the Har-1
Hawaii welcomed the Congressional
visitors this morning In a distinctively
Hawaiian way, and from tile time that
the tug Intrepid steamed out of tlio
harbor to greet the Siberia mid the
Natlonnl lawmakers until John 1-nne
end Ills corps of lei girls garlanded
each member of the part as they left
the ship, tlio program of welcome pro-
KrcMctl smoothly and carried with it
II10 inXe greeting llini inn people en
,lle Territory oxter.:! to the members
of tho party, Congressmen, wives,
daughters nnd sons.
It was the light of the morning sun
Hint gavo tho visitors their first low
or tho hills of Honolulu. The Siberia
lioo to off thu harbor shortcly nfter C
o'clock and the usual rainbow spanned
Itself ncross the distance nnd udded a
special color out of compliment to tho
Tho quarantine launch was tho first
to reach tho side of tho Siberia. The
Intrepid, with the reception cnmmlttco
on board, was dclncd in leaving tho
wharf. Captain Ilcrgcr nnd tho bnss
Instruments falling to materialize. The
bnss drum finally appeared In an ox
press wngon nnd saved tho day, but
Ilerger himself wns not present and
the baud hnd to get along without him.
Tho Intrepid steamed slowly out to
Iho Siberia, gaily decorated In flags
(Continuedjm Page 8)
DANCE AT THE
There will bo n danco at tho Seaside
Hotel tonight. Tho Congressional par
t) bnd all flrst class passengers of tho
Meamslilp Siberia, officers nnd Indies
of the local Army and Nny forces,
guests of the several hotels, and tho
local society aro all cordially Invited.
TrneBt Knal's quintet club will furnish
the music dining the dinner hour and
for the dance.
for tho clearanco sale at
Or EXCELLENT HOME SITES.
Real Estate Department
SEATTLE. Aug. 30. United
States Senators Carter, Chamber-'
lain, Warren and Representative
Poynter of the! Committee on Ir-1
ricmtlnn OTAntei n tiartnir tndtv I
to the representatives of the
Territory of Hawaii on the sub
ject of the extension of the re
clamation service to the island Ter
ritory. Among the speaker were
the representatives who attended the
recent Irrigation? Congress at Spok
ane, and secured an endorsement of
the extension prtiject from that Con
a tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt tt tt .7
tt Mr. (!eo. McClclhin of H"iiolu- tt
tt In, in clinrgo of party. tt
tt Hon. Chas. K. Seott nni' wife, tt
tt of Kansas, Chairman Coiatultli e tt
tt Agriculture. tt
tt Hon. J. M. Miller and wife, of tt
tt Interstate uud lVrelgu Com tt
tt nicrco. tt
tt Hon. II. Otin Young i. wile, tt
tt of Michigan, Itivcrs and Harimrn St
tt Committee. tt
tt Hon, Jas. MclJichlan and tt
tt daughter, of California, Itlverh tt
tt nnd Harbors r'nt'W'. - tt
tt Hon. A. K. Dawson and wfn, of tt
tt Iowa, Naval Affairs Committee, tt
tt Hon. George W. I'lince, wife tt
tt nnd threo sons, of Illinoh, Lorn- U
tt mlttee on Claims. tt
tt Hon. Jns. W. Ood at I wife, of tt
tt Iowa, Committee on Tenltorei. tt
tt Hon. Wm. A. Iteedcr, wlf . son tt
tt and daughter, of Kansas, Ctiali tt
tt man on Irrigation. tt
tt Hon. L. 1'. I'alo it an 1 wife, of
tt Tennessee, Naval Aff.ih i Commit- tt
tt tee. tt
tt Hon. A. J. I!?rehVI,l wife nnd tt
tt daughter, or Penndnuiil i, Mcr-tt
tt chant Marine Conimlt'eo tt
Hon. II. C. Woodjaid nnd wlfo, if
tt of West Virginia, Llveia and Hat- tt
tt bors Committee. tt
tt Hon. II. 0. Ilumplir.)i, of Mis- tt
tt slsslppl, 1th erB and Harbors Com- tt
tt mlttee. " tt
8 Mr. 1'dward E. Miller and wife, tt
tt of Illinois, clerk, Public Uulld- tt
tt Ings. tt
tt Hon. W. Aubroy Thomas of tt
tt Ohio, Navil Affairs Committee, tt
tt Hon. W. A. Uodcnberg, or III!- tt
tt nols, 1th era and Harbors Com- tt
tt mltteo. tt
tt Hon. Richard Darthnldt of Mis- tt
tt sourl. Chairman, Public Build- tt
tt Ingx. tt
tt Hon. (1. T. Watklns of Units- tt
tt lann, Naval Affairs Committee, tt
tt B. S. Thrall, Esq , of Now York, tt
tt clerk, Naval Affairs. tt
tt Hon. O. W. Tnvlor, of Alabama, tt
tt Hon. Polltto Elvlns nnd wire or tt
tt Missouri. tt
tt Hon. K. S. Chandler. Jr., and tt
tt daughter, or Mississippi. tt
tt Hon. W. It. Ellis nnd wlfo or tt
tt Orogon, Ways and Meuns Com- tt
tt mltteo. tt
tt Hon. W. C. Houston of Texas, tt
tt Committee on Territories. tt
HEALS AND SERVICE
EXCEL AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
Beaches all parti of the city. Care-
iui anvers. Prompt service.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
CkJm ftKu ssssssB iMsi MMM1 fw1T fTv- L
Visiting Congrenmen on their tour
of Sin Francisco Bay, .In the upper
picture, Hon. B. G. Humphreys of Mis
sissippi is at the extreme right and
next to him Ii Col. Taylor of Alabama.
In the lower picture the two "gentle
men In the center are Scott of Kansas
and Bartholdt of Pennsylvania, Mr.
8cott being at the left.
SCOTT MAY BE
Member of Congressional
One of the prominent members of
the Congressional party whose of
ficial position gives him largo In
fluence in national legislation relat
ing to agriculture, is Chairman
Charles P. Scott of Kansas, chairman
of tho House Committee on Agricul
ture. Congressman Scott has been prom
inently mentioned ns the successor
to Secretary of Agriculture Wilson,
and it is understood that his name
will receive favorable consideration
ut the hands of President Tnft In
tho event of the resignation or Sec
iclary Wilson, who will havo com
pleted tho longest term ot any cabi
net officer In November next.
Congiessman Seott is serving Ills
firth term in the House ot Represen
tatives, and since going to Washing
ton ho has devoted his attention
mainly to tho agricultural problems
ot tho government, Ueciiiso or his
position ns chairman of tho Commit-
DID YOU FORGET T
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Drug s Co.
likvf' bi '' imvBB jvijiBjijii m 5li
PEKIN, Aug. 30. The squadron
of the United States navy under the
command of Admiral Harber sailed
today from Chingwantao for Dalny.
This places a force of American ships Secretary of Commerce nnd Labor
near the scene of action that hasJMchnrg on account of the criticisms
been the source of the recent diffi
culty between China and Japan.
COUNTING MONTEREY DEAD.
MONTEREY, Mexico. Aug. 30.
The dead from the deluge that
swept this city on Saturday total
1,500. The property damage will
amount to twelve millions of dollars.
The flood and the rains arc subsid-
ing, but the damage is not all
counted. Other towns were in the
track of the storm and have not yet
been heard from.
tee on Agriculture, ho Is ronrMcrcd
tlio logical successor to Scrretn.y
...,r.M. ,,i ,u oiiui .,, urn in,iw..l
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING. SPRINT
ING AND GYM SHOES.
We have just received a bic shipment of Witchell
Sheill Co.'s athletic shoes, nnd we desire to call the ntten
tion of all basebnll players to our new tnn willow calf
hand-made baseball shoe. It's a pippin.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 2S2
BEVERLY. Mass, Aug 30. It
was announced fiom the President's
.office today that Mr. Tatt has nc-
ccptcd the tesignntion of Assistant
he passed on the Roosevelt policies.
EARTHQUAKE AT PANAMA.
PANAMA. Aurr. 30. An enrtl,.
quakc shock was felt here today. No
damage was done.
WON THE FUTURITY.
SHEEPSHEAD BAY, Aug. 30.
The great Futurity race with a
sweepstake purse of 31,000, was
won today by Candleberryi with
Glnssmaie second. Time, 1:114-5
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 30. Su
Bar-Bcets, 88 analysis, lis 3 3-4d.
I'aritV. 1 t'l renin Provini,. nnnta
tion, lis 6d.
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