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".&ua,lLLlTlN.nuflCTLT,T:;l,''i.lroAY;8EtfJ87m7c? WTT y: J. livnjviiM r l,c SEvenim DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHED CO., LTD. BPIti At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii gaily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. IVnlluce R. Fcir-rington SUBSCRIPTION RATES BVUNINO. 11UI.LUTIN rcr Mouth, anywhere In U.S 7A P Dinner, anywhtrt In U.S a.no Per Yrr, tivlitre InU.S H.uo Tcr Vcar, mstiaiil, lortign I. IXoo CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED in the Territory rr I Editorial Rooms, t 1 91i Business Office. FRIDAY K I have seen the glories of art and k uicuucciun: huh ui nvcr unu jiiuuii' aftain. I have seen the sunset on the Jungfrau and the moon, rise over Mount Blanc. But the fairest vis ion on which these eyes ever rested I was the flag of my country in a for ";cipn nort. Beautiful as a flower to i those who love it, terrible as a no teor to those who hate it, it is ths I symbol of the power and ths glory iRnd the honor of fifty millions of .Americans. George F. Hoar. lias anyone suggested that the f Congressional guests might bo inter ested In the College, of Hawaii? Los Angeles Is the first city ot the west to tnko up tho nvlntlon week, anil thus establishes Its position tin 'the mail moro permanently. ' One would suppose Judge Itoblj eoii had received sufficient proof of tho morning paper's eagerness ti. lnlstcprcscnt him, to warrant his re- -lfiiK;il to discuss his decision throw;!' such u medium. , What tould bu better for tho peo ple than a general round of nun partisan addresses nt Anln Park? IThis will glvo the hosts of the party at least an opportunity to see what If au)onc wants to Know what luuspcnslon of the toastwlso shipping laws will do to American shipping In tho Pacific they have only to noto what tho Japaneso has done to tho American workman ot Hawaii. 'Hvorybody's Happy In Hawaii," a imrasoionco used by If. 1. Wood, is Itho best catch phrase for outsldo use mat tins come on tlio inarlcet. 'Anil If Fome ot the knockers would get.ovcr their habit of telling what Hawaii Is not, It would bo appto prlnto for home consumption. .'lift In their trio to tho Hawaiian S'l gar Planters' Kxpcrlmcnt Station, tho members of Congress saw a splendidly equipped station for n special Industry that should bo dup Heated by tlio Tederal Government In tho interests of all other ngrlcul turnl Industries. Tho federal Gov 5rnment bhould be able to afford a Jtatlon cocrlng n wider field and j-i.,.. .... .. .,..h, .,...., ttlltnrtfflttrr n InriiAK at ft ft THE ROBINSON INTERVIEW. UHTho Interview credited to Judgo 'Robinson this morning In conncc- t it U'l t li t lin rwtti Inmnl tin on ilmt tinu ! mill itic luiin-iinii iudu lliut iliio been on trial in his court is one of the most extraordinary that has ever mo from tho bench of this Terri tory, unil wo have had some rare ex- ibltlons. Tho wholo mnttcr may bo summed M' In the statement that strong and ovol-hcadcd Judges don't discuss Uiolr Judgments or explain them bo- foro tlioy iiro hardly warm on the ccord. IThc published statement which luugo itouinson specifically repudi ates further proves that tho cam paign of the morning paper to do- 'eat Justice, so far as It may be ad ministered to tho men Involved In ho Japaneso strike. Is Just as much illvo today as it was when tho offoi t .Pas made by tho Bamo perMina to .misrepresent the prosecution In ths onsplrncy cases. B... IMMIGRATION INVESTIGATOR?, Mombers of tho Immigration Com mission who nrrlvcd in tho city to nyhavo to deal with ono of tho Hal, and ono of tho most difficult roblcms of tho Territory of Hawaii tTlio population of these lslnnds ;ljls outpost of the Nation will de- end upon tlio cnaractor or its Imml 'ration, that for years has been met- holmlngly Asiatic. Something lust bo dbno to balanco tho present static predominance! with now Ilood that must bo brought to tho lands (o glvo us a sufficient work igipopulntloii to carry on the enter- Jses on which tho prosperity of tlio nnln denoiidH. t jtono point should bo constantly lLL. 1 1 ' .n..nlnn .1,1(1. 3rnu in iiniiu in luijuutuuii wi jrllmmlgrntlon: Territory of Hawaii Is t tuo ITho Bulletin Editor PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. WBBKUV DUULBTIN Pet Sll Moutna 0 ,n0 Per Yef, tnjrwlitie in U.S I.oo Pn Year ti)'rftt In Canada... I. no Per War attld, loietin 3.oo of Hawaii. 185 256 filtered At the PmtofTice at Honolulu at irconil -class matter. SEPTEMBER 3, 1909 farthest distant from the centers ot Kuropcaii emigration of any place under the Hag. It Is easier for the pcoplo ot tho Philippines to secure immigrants from Km ope, the avenues of trans portation arc more direct and less difficult, than for this Territory to gain the people who ore so much wanted for Industrial development and national considerations. No one need seek a better lesson of tho effect of the Immigrant on the population of n country than may bo found in the history of the last fifty years ot Hawaii. The first Immigration from the Orient was of Chinese, and a com parathcly few ears ago tho labor commissions of Hawaii wcie writing reports against tlio CIiIiicfu on ac count of their entry Into the field ot skilled labor and ruinously compet ing with tho white man and Hawa iian. Kor this reason and on account ot American Influence, the Chinese Immigration was checked by the for mer Independent government of tho islands. Tho Japanese were secured with tho Idea ot offsetting the Chinese. This theory worked until tho oxclu tlou of the Chlncte, followed by ac tive promotion of Japanese Immigra tion, put the Japaneso laborer prnc-'-ally in command of tho situation. ..eanwhllo a smattering of Porta r.uese Immlgiants wcro brought to i ho Islands; Just enough to provo 'hat they could do tho work of tho country well and wcro good citizens In ovcry respect, but. being so far distant, were very expensive. Tho result Is that Hawaii Is to day stamped almost Indelibly with the mark of Orientalism. Tho fact Is that the citizen population Is n comparative handful nnd tills Is tlio military and naval outpost of the United States of America. Walling over the pnst will not ac complish nn thing. The record Is valuable for what it Iia3 proved for future guidance. What we want now Is recognition of our needs so that they may be cor rected In the American, not Asiatic, way. Haw-all has enough Chlnctc, and It has enough Japanese for a Terri tory of tho United States. To say enough Is to put it mildly. Hawaii must have citizens or a population of homo builders eligible, to become citizens. Under tho laws of tho country against contract labor we aro barred from guaranteeing Immigrants spe cific employment. Only tlio Terri tory can assist tho Immigrant, nnd tho Immigrant from Kuropo will not, cannot In fact, pay Ills own faro to Hawaii. Efforts to bring In tho Euro pean gamllles arriving at New York or other mainland ports of en try havp met with Indifferent sue cess. One historical enterprlso ot this character, costing $15,000, re suited In a number ot Italians be ing distributed all nlong tho route between New Orleans nnd San Fran cisco, but not a man, woman or child of the list arrived in Hawaii. They left the train wherever the country looked good to them, and the plant ers of Hawaii paid tho bill. At tho present tlmo the Territory Is endeavoring to obtain Immigrants In Portugal. A great amount of money Is being expended. With what result the futuro must deter mine. Tho upshot of tho wholo situation is that It Hawaii is tho stronghold of tlio American Nation in tho Pu clflc, It Is deserving tho special con sideration In tho matter of Immi gration. Wo must hnvo Immigrants to do tho work of tho Torrltory. And wo must hnvo thorn from Eu rope Whether the young men nnd wo men of Chinese and Japanese par ontngo will glow up in tho Islandb as patriotic American citizens U not n matter of immedlato moment. Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n believes the majority will maka good Americans, but for tho size of the Islands and tho slzo of tho American ari. ,r?"pcan popn latlon, there Is enoiigh'-xif Orientals and to spr.ro. Wo must havo tlmo to nsslmllalo thow now hero ami simply the demand for workerB from other sources. Members of tho Immigration Com mission will Ond conditions bcio Por Sale A Home At Pawaa Trent Trust that nro not and are not likely to Do duplicated In any part of tlio coun try. "Conditions arc peculiar" Is nn old saying that usually raises n smile, but It Is very much to tho point when applied to tho Immigra tion problems ot Hawaii, AYLETT BREAKS LOOSE ON BOARD. (Continued from Pace 1) Streets, thoroughfares, Alleys, Side walks and Other Public Places In tho City and County of Honolulu." Tho most discussed clauso In tho ordlnanco Is that putting a tax of a plunk a hole on all holes dug In tho streets, etc. Tho committee begged "to rcrort that after Investigation wo think that it Is ns nearly perfect as It can bo drown covering tho subject and would therefore recommend Its passage" "Now," said Aylctt, "1 am lespons Ible for this unllnanco I mil tho or-l-gln-n-tor of this ordinance I I. When I was In the loslsliitnro I never saw anything llku It nocr. Ih thU committee a one-man committee?" (Supervisor Jim giggled.) "No, It h thrco men, three men, I say. 1 DE MAND to bo permitted tp called to committee meetings. I am rcrdy to attend any time, but I DEMAND to bo called. "Is Supervisor Qulnn. the chairman of this committee, to be permitted to do this? I say ho comes around with' a commlttco report and Btlcks It In front of you and says, 'Now you sign it or you go to blazes.' That's what ho sas." After Aylett had repeated tho sub Ltanco of this eight or nlno times ho sat down. Quinn explained tho matter latlsfactorlly to tho Hoard as In its presence nt tho last meeting ho had nsked tho Rojil Commlttco to consider it. "Ho conies up and sticks It tumor your nnso nnd says 'jou sign It or on go to blazes,' " repeated Aylott des perately, with gurgles In fashion among mcllowdrammcr drowning vil lains. "O! Let's lay It on tho Initio until tho next meeting," said Logan, nnd Aylctt leaned back glorified and con tent. Ono ot his contentions, stuck In ns Waterhouse Trust REAL Building Lots, -Hillside Ave., 90x150. Oood soil, extensive view.. .$950.00 East Manoa Road 17,000 sq. ft. Desirable location $1,000.00 Upper Manoa Road 36,000 sq. ft, A bargain at $2,000,00 Nuuanu Valley An acre build ing lot on Nuuanu St., near Country Club $1,800.00 Houses for rent in all parts of Honolulu. r-T- Waterhouse W-- '" Cor, Fort and .1... A well built, two story modern house 5 bedrooms double parlors, hot and cold water, two bath rooms, electric lights, gas for light ing and cooking; large mod ern plumbing; large lanais. Rooms have plenty of win dow space. Servants' quar ters. Lot large. Price, $4500 Co., iitd. The Best Cakes, the best of every thing come from the Alexander Young a AFE Because they have the best fa cilities always open to publio inspection. ONE DOLLAR START A SAVING ACCOUNT. BANK OF HAWAII, LTD. For Quick Communication , Use Wireless on afterthought ns an oxcuso for an obpectlou. In fnct ho said that he knew Ho was going to mnko nn amendment. Although ho wnH tho or-l-gln-a-tor of It ho would mako mi amendment to it. "Question," called Qulnn. "Wo can't vote on It now," said 1.0- gan, "Mr. Mtlvcrton has hunted It up nnd wo can't pass it without n major lty of tho members, Thoro's n mem her against It." (Aula nnd Cox wcro absent) "Well, If I mnko nn amendment to It tthnt nro ou going to do about It iciulvcrtlso it?" said Aylett. After a while they laid It on tlio tablo and got down to business. Noto Itound 1: Aylctt swings hnrd nt ordlnanco with left and misses. Or- ESTATE Manoa Valley Merchant Streets, ,x ,'jjii, Trust li it il it M 11 li 11 It 11 it it It 11 11 11 11 II u . tt PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK, it M tJ Jt Friday, Sept. 3, 10 a. m. Visit It !l to lllnliop Museum. 1 p. m. ti tt Merchants' Association luncheon ti IS nt Commercial. 7:30 p. m. Luatt ti Jt given tinder auspices ot Mayor J. U J. Fern, nt Scasldo Hotel. Saturday, Sept. 4, (all day). tt it Around-lhe-laland nuto trip; visit tt tt to pineapple plantations. tt tt Sunday, Sept. C, 1-5 p. m., base- tt tt ball nt Athletic l'ark between Jt tt tennis of many nationalities. 10 tt St p. m. Lcavo on 8. S. Mauna tt tt Ken for Kauai Island. ti it tt it ti ti tt it ti tt it ti ti tt ii tt i! it it ti ti dinanco glares nt Aylett. Aylett i wings hard at ordtnnnco with right ami misses. Ordlnanco sticks Its tongue outf nt Aylett. Aylett turns around nnd swats Itcferco Qulnn. Qulnn takes count. Hall. Time something llku forty-flvo minutes. Itc suit rtefcreo hns n pcove. BASEBALL AT BIG GROUNDS MONDAY At tho League grounds on Monday tho St. Louis baseball team will play tho Diamond. Heads, and tho I'unahous will meet tho Knmchamchns. This was finally Bottled this morning nnd tho rumor that tho Saints nnd Jewels would piny at another ground Is hero' by contradicted. , The Hawaiian Hand will play at the League giouuds both on Saturday and Monday, nnd llcrt Ilower will umpire tho two gomes. NOT GUILTY JURYJ VERDICT A Jury In Judgo Do Holt's depart ment of thef Circuit Court this morn ing returned n verdict of not guilty In tho Clio of I'edni Cnrpa, Indicted for mi assault upon ltnmon Martin with r. deadly weapon. Tho assault for which Corps was Indicted occurred nt TTwa on July 15. Tho accused man was defended by Attorney S, F. Chilllngwortli, who was appointed by tho Court. MRS. I. VON TEMPSKY OF MAUI PASSES AWAY, Mrs. Louis von Tcmpsky ot Maka wao, Maul, is dead. This sod news was received yesterday by wireless, which hnwovor, did not stato tho de tails of her sudden death. Sirs, von Tcmpsky was well known throughout tho lslnnds. Sho was well liked by nil tho Maulans, Sho was forme !y Miss Amy Wodchouso, tho eldest daughter of Major Wodchousc, Ilrltlsli Minister to Hawaii under tho monarchy. Tho news of her death enmo ns a sudden Bhock to many of her friends, who wcro not nwaro of l.cr lllnosn. It was generally expected that Blio, accompanied by her two daughters, would visit Honolulu this week. To mourn their loss, sho leaves a husband, manager of tho Halcakula ranch; threo brothers, lncst Wodo house, of D.-nleu & Co.; Hay Wodc houso, of Hiinumla Ranch; Guy Wodc houso, now in Chllo, and four children, thrco daughters ami a son. Tho Society of American Florists and HottlciiltiirallstH held its twenty-fifth annual session In Cin cinnati, The "Arnold" new knit mesh Umbrella Drawers Are pronounced by every wearer as the ideal garment for this climate. Price 50c nt EHLERS fmmm TPks Vn S 4 MAMALA HIM F0RPALI ROAD Daughters of Hawaii Want Famous Words Posted "Mnmala iloa," meaning liberty without icutrnlnt, tho innious unwrit ten law established by King Knme hamcha, lias been tho subject of n let ter fiom Mnrston Campbell, Siipoiln tendent of Public Works, In which ho nsks that nt tho suggestion of tho Daughters of Hawaii, theso famous woids bo placed on nn engraving nt tho Intersection of tho old nnd now I'nll roads, nt tho top of the mountain whero It can plainly bo rcen by all insslng. Tho matter has been up proved by tho Commltteo on -lto.uls, end will bo put up to tho Hoard nt Its next session. BOILERMAKERS TO HAVEJIG OUTIMi On Monday next, Lnbor Hay, the Ilrotherhood of Ilollcrmakcrn and Iron Ship Uullders will hao a tally-ho party and baseball game. Great prep arations nro being mado for tho event, and It Is intended to mnko tho outing n memorable one. Tho baseball gamo will bo played be tween tlio man led nud tingle men, nnd it promises to bo an epoch-making match. Hack In 1901, when tho Ilollcrmnkers took tho first' prize In tho big pat ado, II will bo remembered that "Dig" Mat, who waa Grand Marshal of tho day, forgot to dismount when roccMug the winning prize from Governor Uolo. Tho incident caused much amuse ment at tile tlmo and even now Is men tioned with a smile. Monthly's excursion should bo some thing like, tho ones of tho past, and. all tho members of the Ilrotherhood nro looking forward to the picnic. ALAMEDA SREAKS THREE RECORDS. (Continued from Pecs 11 turning to tnKc up their duties, school opening on the lllth. Must of tlicm h:ie been spending their tlmo nt tho Scittle exposition, nnd somo hnvo been vl.sltlng fi lends on tho mainland. Senator W. V. Dillingham, W, It. Wheeler, nnd Dr. II. A. Mlllls, form ing a commlttco of tho Immigration Commission appointed by act ot Congrcs3, arrived, nnd will mnko an exhaustive study ot tho conditions existing nt this place. C, G. Hnllcntync, general ninnn gcr of the Honolulu Rapid Tianslt & Laud Co., also returned on her. Miss Jaitnttn HeclJcy was another Honoluhiu ictiirulng, nnd jet- oth ers nre Mm. I). Logan, Tom V, Mc Tlghc, "Tho Irish Consul," nnd mora besides. Concerts wcro given nearly every night, the Wlso-Mllton Company nn Its way to Honolulu to play nt tho Orphcum being on boaid and ren dering a great concert tho lust night before sho arrived. Dr. Carl Humus, lately reappoint ed to tho Honolulu etntlou of tho Marino Hospital Service, passed tho vessel nt sen yesterday afternoon, nnd without waiting for" tho quiir untliio inspection this morning tlio boat camo directly Into tho harbor. WlreleBs Operator S. A. Phelps. who mado another trip on board as operator for tho United Wireless Company, kept up his usual wireless feats nnd did not drop San Francisco until Inst night. Ho was also In touch with Honolulu whllo yet l.lIGfi miles nwny. Ho "talked" with tho Los Angeles nnd San Diego stations during the trip and with other ves sels. A larger number of vessel;) than usual were passed by tho Alameda this trip, according to tho record lie-it by I'urser Smith, his list being as follows: Sunday, Aug. 29, 12; 10 n. m. Passed a steamer heading B. NI3. Lat. SO deg. 47 mln. N. Long. 1211 deg. 12 Viln. W. Mommy, Aug. 30, 12:30 p. nt. Pased n three-masted bchooucr heading :i. NV. In Lat. 3.'1 deg. 2 mln. , Long, lilt! deg. 17 mln W. 1:20 ji. in. Passed n four-masted schooner heading N. NV. in Lat, 33 deg. 15 mln. X. Long. 130 deg. 21 mln. W. Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1 n. m. Pass ed u fuur-mnsteil bark, heading NV. in Lat. 32 deg. 2 mln. N. Long. 139 ueg. sis mill. v. 7M0 n. m. Passed a barkentlno heading X. In Lat. 31 deg. l'J mln. JJ. Long. Ill deg. 11 mln. W. Thursday, Sopt. 2, 10 p. m. Pnbs- cd tho S. K. Lurlliio, bound to San Krnnclsco, Lnt. 22 deg. 31 mln. N. Long. Ioj deg. liO. mln. W. Papers relzed when two Molcnn revolutionists wero ntiested ut San Antonio, Toxus, show .that an ac tual Invasion of Mexico by five- ar mies was under consideration. COMMERCIAL CLUB YEAR OFPBOCRESS ANNUAI REPORTS SHOW MORE MEMBERS AND MONEY Resolution of Appreciation for Mr. Wakcilcld, Retiring President Dinner and -Program ' of En tertainment. Commciclnt Club nrfnlrs wcro shown to bo In a most prosperous condition by tho reports of tho officers rendered at tho adjourned annual meeting held last evening In tho club rooms. An ndeudniico loprescullns about one-third tho membership nud n good number of gucBts niscmbtcd for din ner that Is the usual accompaniment, of tho annual meeting. PrcsldonL Wakefield pieslded and rendered nil Interesting report on tho progress or tho club, predicting Its continued suc cess. Reports by Secrelnry McLean and Trcasuicr Damon confirmed nil tho president had promised. Tidily four members had been ndded during; tho year. The election of Gotcrnoru for tho ono and thrco year periods ro Milted In tho selection of It. J. Hitch Icy. Georgo Angus, 11. II. llonlh, S. DeKrcest, John Guild and II. 1 Wlclt man. Following tho election n Bpcech on some of tho needs of Honolulu was mado by Hon. L. L. McCaudless nnd Vice President Paris spoko of what tho futuro of tho club should bu. Y. K, Knrrlugton mado a fuw rctitarku nnd Georgo V. Smith spoke. Tho miis Icnl program Included selection li Claudius Mcllrydo, James Dougherty, Mr. Swaddlcy nnd It. J. lluchlcy. A unanimous oto of thanks was extended to James Wakefield, the re tiring President, for tlio s lciidld worl: ho has ilor.o for tho club as n niombe of tho Hoard of Governors, nnd tho fol lowing lesnlullon un tho death of C. M. Cooko was adopted: "Whereas, Charles Monlnguo Conku I ns departed this lire, "Hesolvcd, that by hla death tho Commercial Club sustains tho losi ot a member who deservedly held. In tliu highest degree, tho conlldenco nnd 03 teem of the business community and whoso sterling qualities nnd upright conduct gained for htm tho ndmlratlou mid respect of all with whom ho camo Into contact. "Ilerolved, that Charles Mimtngii'j Cooke's career In Hawaii will oCr survlvo as mi example nnd an Incen tive to nil men committed to thor.o Ideals which mako for tho ndvanco incut and tho uplift of both private un I public life. "Hesolvcd, thnttho Commciclal Club of Honolulu extendi to the fnmly rt deceased Its most sincere condol ences." AUSTIN-WHITE IN FINjJMF FORM Austin Whllo him been plnIng somo fine goir on tho mainland mid ut Ihu Del Mouto links on ugust 21, ho ma l.i two rounds in 77 mid 71, rcspeclludy. Ho went out In 3ft nud back In 3r,, nnd ns bogey was 37, ho did icmark r.blo work. In tho 77 scoro ho Hindu 12 out mid 33 back. Until Whllo mid Harold Gilford In tended to cnler for tho tournament which war held .lining Carnival (Inn at Del Moiilo, and tho icsult of their play should bo to hand next boat from tho Coast. Charles Van Btuddifoid, husband of Graco Van Stiiddlford, tho singer, received what may bo n fracturu r tho skull when ho was ovcicomo by tho heat and fell from u tnlly ho nt Decatur ,111. Wichman's for Expert Watch Repairing li. F. Wichman & Co.. Ltd., Leading Jewelers d,';;. Jk4wt, ''.