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t- v; IIAWAHAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, I918v '-KMI-VVEEKLY. A'.1. . .. i - .'1 ! A E; iL-PAFJS TO BE : ; GEiERALr.lAflAGER ; FOR SCIIUMANS v ',! 'A ' f " ' . . . lesion As Jrcaiurcr and .Man ' I ;.astr ef E. CiVln A Son To O'j'v'JAptlmpwUnt Position 5 . 2 ii.-f t!9V ni! TUC tIAUtU iwil' Ur IflC WUNIfl Welifi TO Meatf Sales De paftAient of Automobile Firm; f ; .-Scfturtiafi Leaving Territory ' sMwrt fl. Parte, who hi beea tfeaa .' fcV (h4ihiiiti,t t O. kali Bon, . t!ntjV'C'jtoV' .sinml , o yUrs, ha- Instances the hM 'fj-fM-tj frew an wlta'thel firm!"''" . ii .!,. w - ' ,1 " aeeording to fV"''v:4U tt. toty-feveo ! their "ettei f tOl . JUUf ( re,. ha tendered his r . .-. tigoatloTt-Itikn op the .general aaa'n ' ,. ' Igr tyhty Ir.fcfcbAiiui'JtVrifcga :t;oJnpj 4i4:it 'ite Jftto the aw . M KorvernUr t. '' , r ' , f-Ohatkve, Bchuman.. ihe president of he ec.rnpiln, aapeeta t be absent from Hi, , Trrithrr - for eotuideribla time, . ; n4 s)a turied v 'tha aftrirs 6f the (mba f. Vr.- Prii tinder aa-agree Wnt -which lafolves Ita. Pari' eon aeetjM 'witV t- AntOttobO 'coneera r nomber ct yeata. ' rt H-JMi, wh haa a wide range . ' ,of friwd,,tktoghout tha, Talands, ha Jtroxp it the buaina eommnnitv . ahd hat had A ttotough had' nereesf ul iHsiaeft- etpltieneo.f . .Vf ith hit peron liyj ai4 knowa tlraleas etvergy, he V wlU bring Into hia aew- connection s .- .fried of basiaeaa iWUt4 iad will err wrth Mat it reputatioa for fair nd ' :' ' rercfftl' akathod,. an will, ao doubt, ,.' ' rovel -rlrraLta tsaet to til automo- Ml and geparal basines bf tha 8ho- iaa Carriag Caahaaaf . il sUle ltaOaer '; VaJjer eali; who hit been manager ft tha, Rchnmna eompariy, Will beome traeraJ, aalea foanaget tot tha coalp4iJ.v ' , M4 Java.eBral,upertilon that fad rf , the btirfneia, lachdlng He re pair '. artoj'.jaiaatiaclttrlng department. M. ,Beall. rai. kttofore one of the ton-aoKhv men ,of the wbit Automo , . ; bilft foirjaay, aad. ia arediUd with bo Iftf ati f . fha best Informed-automo- bUa taea erha e(r em to fhe Terri 1r 'Ha U pttleifcflt w.M Jhfbrmrit th track. ad;rJtiVU,T ia of motor ; u i aart'tha' tfaetor t Jtuartieaa wjJl also ';,oi4 hi Una-of fforr; ,. ' M.Sehomaa wiu Vlatf California for .,. ' ' f.4adefitiito' afi-.aad hopai ta be of '. rih6Tf l4:iafari lb. Ma.brnther !'.?l.T'ldJlW.aiv.1'M U$ baaa J '.' ' ! Ty ill for.MMtiaiaj :ltri M (tndi--vr fioai' etmii,'Ir. Schawaa jliacM to ' tonka o extended tflur throughout t'-- atur :Whl .f-ymparatttely ;a ..ydyoii .Tlr h..rk -rfittt , - ..: ' f atttefllVaara flf.agaaaaffe that ' "w j Mi.. V JU.vL : ';.-r'r7rrrrL.rj:r rrrvii'i ' ' ' ' -!!25WT " HM" par thouaaad gallons. This 1 bfiee. wa aUo considered exorbitant ' 'VklfTj v ii 1ri i. and anr.aonclusion are justified from j:.V- )tFJJ,Z&'&ki & 'K faat that water is being sod to ' ""'"f .. J? eohmtmsM -bardariaif on the waterfront i ,,. tioa 'arltJt.hs -tlAnalV Rifle and ' . f Bft, patianal Uiiana of Hawaii. " f XxQff Term if Sarrlca ' ': Mj Pa.fi tttA MilMir Ail lie re. I grttd deaplf , W aarar. aia eaaaection itl fM:UVVfc'Va iad gtei ' "ttt'r4 .Ua -aihla ad' ao mueh ' . ' 4a do -la tha. jaady.puaaoa'.aad. chanaea , ,hieVhad Jlji JuV. 'purtaft hit ctn ? nftt had, beeB'buU,,9ne tha old ori aJ .-HAli; JJrmona buitduig. which ' ,waa iofowa iad ''4 fiaa arr eotta ' ., mll.tig etatad U It 'acA This was : ' birfled in lMpt and la the erection and ..fitting of tha treaeal building.' Mr. Paris : - jltad eharga af of the detail. . ; Tb pasalnjr of tji Hawaiian Hard ':yvajfiBjfMtajrj 'aa-.lao the Pacific -' ' Bard war; Companyj.whleh were started , (tW Jata $Hjri pUjliagham. and the afWJtl amalgamatious that have taken , Viae,, have beea largely hsarlled by Mr. 'fl Pa'' Jtnpartaaf faetot.,, It kaa-ot been definitely decided "V hat - change frill take placebo the firm Of E. O. "Hall . Bon. I.td.'r W la -aveaomaif that E. O. White, aresiden 1 of tha ronjpany, wo la bow on th'. ' rmainlandV wUi upoa hi return aasume " ,tha ttvitl 4m MV PaHa' atead. k. .--'T) fkfcgaiaa Carriaare Company i ,':'( )f'4aa,argaat dealara in pleasure :": 'utpmiii fcaalda motor trucks an.l V general .ttUMt vhlIs It line of ' frr)4ga material gad farm and r-d ! ; , tf, rlnaHoa auppllat whkh it csrrie u 'i anak4 thla laatHutioaj ana of the Uraet . :! "'raaraanttla Vnrptle la Uo Territorv. Vm ,aUI kt Ipnff tKe Hehiiman 'i'.'ij.rriiM . Coqmttiw Km ajap. made aa i , BnaaDany lafg IWOta. At. the present ' i ' ..... u. ... ' 'Ar.izi: vv ' " iin beea ' Uliti lata tha Oalted Rtates r ImL- ' ': yt.M.t. ' mm tik I JrOll3. Army IS 'fV::i- -i ' k r f 11 A Co-Bclligcrent "-"' VVM-SWlM' (U.li IT a..A.!.l.4 .A.v., V". , .. ... Praaa)WTlia PrttUh government yee ' terday gava formal recognition to the V, ifPolUh Mtioaal army a aa autonomous, allied eorbellitereat la the war against 'Z. tU tCtral, P"fT- V?rl iNrflcTMARIr ' HAWAIIAN ISLANDH Hawaii Isl : nd, KArthaaat Co- Hilo Bar Bloada Beef Oat and Bell Huov. I.BR rwDurted eatiaaalsbed will be relighted m . aa Braat Ubul. 'V' f. 0..8. Cbarta 4102, elO.'l. 41 l.V V ' Llr Ut, Pacllle Coast, 1918, p 151. rP- -tl ant i Biioy T,lst, 1th' Dlatrict, 1917. i. JiT order of th Commiasionei of '.ighthoaaes: A K. ARI-KIMII Superintendent af Lihtbou c- 19th Piotrnt. WATER CHARGESTO SHIPPING TOO HIGH Harbor Commission Tell Cham i ber of Commerce They Hurt Reputation of City 0eri ind Blllnrn nf visiting ves ml at the port of Honolulu are u n duly imposed upon and gouged Tut of their funds by the Honolulu Water ' wr. -V- . J t . . i n . it . "u'"i Ktwin o oe ooara or nsr bor Commissioner who hare atked the chamber of commerce to asiiit Id hav ing' the present exorbitant charge of I 50 per thousand gallons reduced. , Cp to a year or two ago the charge for water fro the city to visiting ships was two dollars a thousand gaT lob. There Were constant protects against this treatment and what skip wfi earn was aa outrage, and in many charge caused vessels to from this port. Then, the harbor commissioners A. 1tA .k . . .,l ...,.l to 11.80 per thousand gallons and now stands at that figure. Othlr consumers along the water froJit, distant probably fifty or a hun dred feet from the wharves receive their water supply at the rate of six and a half cents per 1000 gallons. Hurt Honolulu The harbor board considers this 1 .50 charge exorbitant and a detriment to the reputation of Honolulu as a port of call. The chamber of commerce received this letter at its monthly meeting yes terday ami placed the matter in the htada of the members of the maritime affairs committee for a report. Because the chamber of commerce has recently taken snch an intereet in getting better wharf accommodations tor vessels in Hono'ulu is why Lyman H. Bigelow, the chairman of the har bor commissioners, thinks the eommer rial body should be interested in get tiag a lower water rate for shipping, la his letter, Chairman Bigelow re salads the chamber of commerce of its previous interest ami advises it to take immediate action to get a material reduction of the water rates. When the letter of Chairman Bige low to the chambfr of commerce was read at, the meeting of the harbor com missioners yesterday it created no com ment. The letter sent to the chamber of commerce waa as follows: Letter t Chamber "In keeping with the interest that the chamber of commerce has recentlv 1 Uken to provide better wliarf accom modation lor vessels ai me pnn oi Honolulu at the cessation of hostilities, wo take this opportunity to suggest that A ery materia! reduction in water rate to vessels calling at this port should be one of the iteml of port charges to be given immediate con ulceration. ''The board of harbor commissioners is on record almost from its inception that the then prevailing rate, which was -2 oer thousand gallons, was an raaorbitant price to te charge. exorbitant price to be charged vessels was an aa Ktfd at the t.me, and broalntitaly two years of no after ap ffotiation .wita-th naaNui water w . . i . i. 1 1 i i . ntk,.. VI V. I cohsumer bordering on at tha tat of lix and half cents par thousand gallon which is most ineoa M stint b3 a decided detriment to tha l repTitatioa of this port. "la vlw of the facts stated, wa would urgently but resoectf ully requet your . cooperation and influence to ob tain vary aubstantiai reduction from 1 1 the. prevailing rate of 11.50 per thou ml iru Mima tn vemiela calling at this - 1 , . .fhis lett Ti letter was signed by the harbor commission, per its chairman, I.ymao H. Bigelow. That Honolulu must reduce all ita putt charges if it wishes to he a Pacific maritime oompetitur fur after the war business is evident from the action of a group of men in Han Francisco rep resenting every branch of the Coast shipping industry, appointed last June by the state board of harbor commit sifners to make a survey of, the port ot Han Krancisco and recommend changes consideied for he best inter est of the Bay City. The report wa Dfesenteil at a meeting of the com iu....o.i held on October fl. The re port in lull, signed by KuOert Dollar, ai chairman, well known in Honolulu and. other representative men, includ lug John H. Hosseter f Tarinc Mail rlteanishin Company ami W. K. Grace A Co.; V. M. Barry of Pacific Kteam airln Comnanv: Fred 1). Parr of Parr McCormick Mteamship Company; A. K. Anderson of California Transportation Comoanv: M. J. Brandeuatein of M. J. Brandenatin A Co.; Aimer M. Newhall of H. M. Newhall ft Co.; J. (1. t.eng doa, for Andrew Carngan, of Ihiuham, CarriirsB k Havden Company; Cha. 1 H. Bootly of California Packing Aa- auciaUon, is as lollows: I Your committee appointed to con .ider th. ..ur of POrt ,h.. beg. 1 1 aubmit the following report .th I the etplanation that it has in mtud I tB n0"' ior encouraging and in I creasing the commerce of the port. AecordinKly, while dock rentals may ' reduced to arms mamtaiaing regu- . iar tr 1 oa me srvlce, It IS 01IV10US inai iub mm lerchaudiix must be increased in order to protect the needed revenues of the harbor To facilitate the dispatch of freight na the dinks. demuriaL'e charues are recommended to prevent the ue ot docks for storage tin- ueces sary period. With this explanation your commit tee reports, and makes siincs'ions huJ recommendations aa follows: That all v-e's in foreign anil off shore trade be given free dockage and rental, and thut (lie Mate tolls on cargo cairuvl liv xaul vesaela be raised to equalize the picscnt income to the harbor i-oinmission from said vessels vad their Vurgoes. r'uitber that regu lr steamship hues puy u. lu.r i cut u 1 fat assigned berthx. I That, in order to bii-I the harbor romm ihsioii in lining tolls mil lentnls, in accordance with the above, your I'vnnit'ci' desires to make the follow VI SkB TV V U oar Island of Oaha Has Hand For Sao Francisco Gives Sister. City Half Million Dollars ol Its Fourth Lib erty Loan Surplus Acceding to tha request of Wan Fran cisco that 1500,000 of the overeubaerip non oi iat territory or Hawaii la the fourth Liberty Loan b allotted to the Coast City, the executive committee of the Fourth Liberty Loan camDafan here cabled yeaterday that tha allotment would be made, la retura Saa Iranciaco, through Jsme K. Lynch, head of the Twelfth Federal Reserve Bank and in complete charge Of the campaign for this district, announced by eable thffl Hawaii would receive fall c ted it for ita generosity. His cable message ia a follows: "Please aeaept hearty thanks in be half f Haa Franciaco committee for your quick aad generous response. Greatly appreciated. Will arrange full credit for Honolulu for generous alloea tion." The local committee, of which I.. Tenney Peek, af the First National Bank i chairman, aad Guy H. Buttloph is secretary, deeided to make the allot ment from the surplus subscribed by the Island or UaBu, so that the surplus showing for each of the other islands will not be impared. Secretary Bnt tblph believes this action by tha Citv nf Honolulu will be great advertise ment for the Territorv aa a whole. Final figures for Liberty Ixa sale for the army ahow that .t.7,nS0 worth nf bond wiere sold to enlisted men and officers ia Hawaii. The number of sub scribers wa 425ti, this number being lividnd a follows: fchofleld Barracks, "fl7: Coast Defense. 475; Department Hospital, 41; Hawaiian -Arsenal, 7; Port Shafter. OCR; Headquarters He arhmeat and Department Quartermas ter, 40. Of tha total amount, 1X12,400 was subscribed through the war department at Washington, and $23,350 throuirh the local bank. w. a. a. FOR FAMILY USES District Attorney Has llsued Warning To Correct Wrong Im pression Held On Other Islands Since District Attornev S. C. Huber has been informed there is an i mores ion on the other islands that house holders are permitted undor the provi sions of the Shenpard Prohibition Act to make five eallons of wine or other lintlAF t nr rmilv , n i... 1 ...... .J waralng that the manufacture of lianor i of i.t klnH anH In i. i. . ' violation or the law. He says his information from fhe other islands is that in some manner the impression had become general that so long as not more than live gallons of liquor ia made for family use it ia permitted bv the law. How thin im pression has become common he cannot conceive, unless it is because of a pro vision considered in the food control act when it was passed by congress. At that time, he says, he remembers ther wa seme talk of permitting the growers of fruit and grain to nana factnre as much as rive gallons of liquor for home use. However he emphasizes the fact that under no uirc-matances is the manu facture of liquor in Hawaii permitted ' under tha Bbeppard Prohibition Aet. He point out that in conferring author ity on the Governor to regulate tha distribution of liquor for sacramental, , i. j t i i i r;. ' 'T " : , mB,uc,n" parpoeea he.ns not allowed to make . provision for the making of huuor lo Ip. .1 n . ' "-" - r iu rrBU1.,. . .nnnneui rn ina , v i 1 , . . ing and exporting of liquor, and that the word ''manufacture'' as used in the law, was left out of this section of the act, saya the district attorney. ing recommendations or suggestions: Firt That the Htate tolls on cargo covered by the above recommendation be increased to three times the present schedule. Mecond That foreign, off shore and intereoastal steamship lines be Der- mittcd to have permanent berths as signed to tljem only on condition that they maintain a regular aoverttaeri schedule of not less than eight sail ings per year, or that they handle a minimum of at leat twelve unsched uled essels per year. Third That the rentals for assign ed bertha, exi lusive, however, of epo chal oftVes ur apparatus supplied or provided by the harbor commissioners for accommodation and exclusive use of the rentor. be reduced to approxi mately one seventh of the present rate of rents'. CANT MAKE BOOZE Fourth 'That steamers discharge or mast, while the Washington, tha reo load a minim .m of 500 tons daily: de- lutioo of the legislature of Hawaii murrain to be charged in the form ' asking for prohibition. Was ha re of rental foi any excess time required sponsible for thatf he aaked. Prohi at the dock. I bition wa called for by the Democratic Further, that all carto shall be re- President. There waa a petition re- Diovea rrom piors hv consignees as soon as discharged, and that coastwise cargo remaining on the piers five day and offshore and foreign cargo ten day after complete discharge of the vaej delivering the same, shall be "assessed a i barge of twenty five cents per ton for the first five days there after, ur portion thereof, and fifty seals per ton for each succeeding period,- of five days or poition thereof; and. furthermore, the chief wharfinger may at any tune after the expiration of the five ur ten-day periods follow ing the discharge of the vessel place such eaitfo in warehouse at the ex pense and Mhk of the consignee or owner of the i arjjo, or make such other disposition thereof as is proviiled in the hatbor mles and regulations of harbor it in in issioii. The above a unanimously adopted as the npoit of the committee on port revenue InnrfUTr nrrnino UlLluMIl UULIIUO HIS ACTIONS ON HAWAIIAN DRAFT . , , ' Mm Opens Campaign At Aala Park; Answers " 'Charges . He . says Have Been ' Brought Against Him By Enemies glad prohibition has Come to havvaii Prince Proud To Be Held Re sponsible For Getting Youth Of Islands Into Service of Nation 1'rfni-e Kubld, delegate ta Congrees, oeneil his campaign for reelection last night at Aala Park by declaring that he Is ready to 'defend any action he may have personally taken, or aa Dele gate, toward bringing Hawaii' men into the arm lee ta eupport of tha United cUatee Government. If he la charged with being responsible for "taking our young boya from their homes to fight,'' then he said, he ia proud to accept the responsibility. Furthermore, aa a similar wartime measure, ha aaid bis action to bring Chi nese laborers Into the country to con tinue to raise food for the island popu lation and to aid the American Gov ernment in prosecuting the war to a victorious clone ia . nothing to be ashamed of, for these laborers, he as serted, would not he hrought inio com petition with the Hawaitana in the citiea and towna and on the waterfronts. They will ba 'brought in to keep the ag ricultural district fully developed anil not permit tillable land to go into dis use. ; If great numbers of Chinese can be taken to Fraaoa to kelp the mea on the battlefields, tbad there can be no oppo sitioa to brtagiag aomc here a a war meaaure to cultivate fields ami produra food for thoae. lighting men across the seaa. ' Answer Obaxgaa The Prince, who was suffering from a cold, spoke to a large gathenaa; in Aala rark, aad although he did not begin to apeak until nearly ten o'clock, he talk ed for mora than aa hour in Hawaiian, answering In detail the charge brought s ;ainst him by his. opponents in tha Democratic ramp. . , These were aa he named them at once : -. . i r . Being reaponalble for the drafting of the "young boys of Hawaii" to tight, and alao for the drafting of the national guard Into ervie; i Being responsible for the movement to bring Chinese laborer into the coun try during tha war: For causing prohibition to be clamped J nown on me isianus,'iDiis aepriving T&e llwu?n! of "T 1"l,r.i'luii riffh8: ro raiiure 10 aava ne farm jlo Art provisions extended to Hawaii: For having failed1-to get all the gov ernment lands rut up into homestead and placing all tha Hawaiian upon them. f" I'riuce Kuhio hearl call ia the aud ience to explaia tha "draft" charge brought against him, aad which it i understood men not only in the Demo cratic camp but maiy in the Bepublican party ar using ta attempt to defeat him lit November. '. . Slad of KaeponalbUity ,' The Prince said that If the people of Hawaii held him reaponalble for the Splendid showing 'which Hawaii ha made iu tha armies of tha United Btatea, then he wa glad ta be so honored. "I am a true American cttlien, loyal to the American flag," aaid the Prince, "and it ia my duty and yours to stand behind the President and the govern ment and fltfht our common enemy. It ia pro Hun talk to aay otherwise these people who charge me otherwise, .tw- ... i i .t,. a,... i nr-l. ... i i . . v. . a... . l. . i.. . ,. ... 1 '""ee or the Flag, or talk againet any pUn the overnnvent has ta raise its i . - . armies, and they, are called slackers They are not true American ritiaens. " He explained hpw the HswuJiaB Na tional Guard, at first not called to service, wa arterwards included in e rail to arms. I waa aaked in ashingtou how our Hawaiiana stood in the desire to fight. I told them, from the Hawaiian standpoint, they were ready and anxious, and that I meant to back the President and fight the Hun. 1 "There is no reaaon to hold me reaponaible for these men going to war." aaid the Prince, "but pou can all be euro I am proud to be so j chartrod, j "It would be a proud momeat to me ' to be eaJJed to the service of the I American armvj and to be sent over- eeat to tha battlefield, but We all . know how 'the Hawaiian, raa light. They are doing1 it aow with credit to Hawaii and the United State." Wanted Prohibition Pleblecita . . to snffrafe, he laid that prohi bition aad auffrage walked batjd in i hand. As to urohibition be received ceived in Washington to make Hawaii dry. He found it was first the inten tion to make Oahu dry. but thia af. feeted a lar of people tha poor rather than the rich. "That waa not sufficient for me," be -declared. That waa not his plan, ao he endeavored to change the pro posed war measure, ma-iog it affect everybody, rich as well aa the poor. Then ci a petition to him from the Puuhouua Society, sinned by rep resentative Hawaiiana. For fourteen years he had fought for the principle nf home rule in Hawaii and bad nrsed unon congress the cal'ing of a plebis cite on prohibition in Hawaii, but the Aiiti-Halonn League fought this plan. He said he was not personally a nro hibitloiist. but he believed prohibi tion wa for the best interests of ev ery Hawaiian here, and would fight for it. Hawaiian formerly spent their earn- TO INSPECT SITES 1 : FOR KAUAI HARBOR Harbor Board Takes Action To ward Trying To Select a Loca tion for Garden Island Wharf Preliminary action waa taken at tha aeatiog of the barlmr commissioner yWerday for the making of n inspect ion of the several proposed aitea for territorial harbor treprovementa on tha Island of Kauai, a question Upon which tfea Opinion of the Garden Island seems to be growing mora divergent daily, iastead of snore unified. ("The north shore of,Hanamaulu bay i now recommended aa on of the points which should be considered for wharf iejprnvements by O. If. Wilcox ot Kauai aid by William McKay, marina aupar iateadent of the later-Island Bteatt Navigation Company. .Mr. Wilcox's recommendation eama ii ah indirect requeat that the Hana manlh aite be considered, when ha wrote to Delbert E. Metrger. territorial treas urer, that ha would take $3000 of tha Kauai wharf bond, the sum which th harbor aommisaioner think it will be neeeiwmry to expend to make inspection and report of the aitea proposed . After this requeat wa communica ted ' to the harbor commissioners, a motion waa passed that the inapeetiona should include the Hanamanlu aite, a well Hi Anahola. Ahukini and Kapsa, tha aitea previously recommended. Ia el u fled with thla motion waa a requeat to tha Governor that the 1000 worth af benda be sold for the purposes speci fied. aVte'a There Anvhow r r tr vi .. 'i 1 1 vvniBiiniKDirr , n in ifiiati cum- menrea nurinc tne mwussion over Mr. Wilcox 'a request, that he Rnessed "ffanamenlu had the rite." bnt he an ticipated It mightsbe diff cnlt "finding a war In and out o it." B"eauae of rnveniejfee the Kapaa ite ha been the one which seem nnmerierMv ti have the mot baekera, particularly beenose of the Kapaa homeateaders who want a wharf at KarwaS However. Superi-tendent McKay of tha tnar-Tsland said he had been un-1 ible ta 4nd any sh'p'a masters of that I eqaanany who Hi. I not recommend the ! north ahore of Hanamanlu bar a the proper place for a wharf. He aaid these masters recommended a tn 'he eastward of the present Ahukini ; landing, "a the mmt satisfactory for tha purposed landing." Tk. favorable weather condition are the , "tghty and noble U.k Mtha humaa reason given hv the mariners in pre- y of the wor'd y ara.hlng the tyrany fwring the north shore Hanauisutn nlthouRh it was admitted that " Ahuhlni is not entirclv free from disturbances, bnt more so than that of Anahola," he said. Meay'a CoDclnaton Superintendent MeKav concluded hi report of hi investigation among the Inter-Island captain with this asaor t Ion : "Kapaa and Kealia are not consider ed by anyone I have consnlted 4s euit ab'le locations for a satiafactory land ing." Proceeding the commissioners meet trig yeaterday a wireless message waa received from T. Brandt of Kauai by Chairman Bigelow asking for a let'er (rvinfj details of the hoard's plan for aharf construction on Kauai. A retdy was aent to him telling of the harbor eomausaions' intentions ro spend f.iiKHr to make an infection of th. Kr. and . Anahola sites. In order to see if it i feasible to construct a suitable land ing at either of the two placea. . This answer was sent tn Brandt be fore Hanamaulu ku included as one of the aite to be considered in the in spection of the site for the proposed n-'i-th Kauai wharf. ings iu the saloon; today they take their earnings home and their fami lies hn . food and clothing in plenty. Women Would Down Saloons He believed in woman's suffrage, he aaid, for with the saloona closed, and women given the right to vote, their vote would be cast so. idly against the opening of the saloons again, if this should be attempted after the war. The Hawaiiana now live in ban- pineas .od have comfort. Just a. the ... .' . .. .." iiawBimn. were urawn, aa.a tne .ne ana aw. ai.u pouiical question. . ....... i. . 1 .1 V 1.. Ill .11 V . U I.) J- lmt V of hi discourse, and he proved to the satisfaction of a large applauding part of the audience, that the contention of hia opponeut were groundless; that he, Kuhio, had asked for the dieltion of the cultivated lands for homesteads. He also said that he bad fought for the extension of the Farm Loan Act provisions to Hawaii, but the bill wa put into congress and passed reading "for continental United Btatea and excluding Hawaii and Alaaka." Ha .us in ravor of such a measure and had alway been. The meeting was presided over by E. C. Peters, a candidate at the prim aries for senator, but who wi de feated, but who said he waa carry ing out bia promise and pledge, to bnck up all the other candidates even if he was defeated. He spoke urgent ly for the . ipport by the Republicans of the entire Republican ticket. Other Candidates Spoke Among the candidates who spoke were Manase Makekau, candidate (or the house, who expects to sing himself into the legis'ature for he tells of the work he expects to do iu verse and slugs it in Hawaiian. Others includ ed Keuator C. F. Chilli ugworth, W. T. Kawliua, Charles K. King, Harold K. Castle, James K. Hakuole, lle.iry Vier ra, James K. Jarrett, Uus Kaluehauo, I'li Crawford and A. Lewis Jr. Motion pictured flashed early in the ' evening drew an enormous crowd to the park, where it waa entertained by Dude Miller's Hawaiian orchestra, but it was easy to be seen that interest i entered luielv in the appearapce of Prince Kalaniaiiaole and what be had t j ea y . He waa reeeived with prolonged ap plnuse and his mldreaa was frequently inter jected a ith "pololeia" from th audience. No Peace AVith Hun? Until Berlin Editors r. of Nipponese . Press Unanimous In, Opinion Time For V Armistice :.Wu1 Be -After Germany Has Beert Thoroughly Licked - :y Th Japanese pre'af,Honolula i united ia Ita editorial eoatmeat that there tatast ba aa peaea with Oermaay other than that diatatsd ' tV -t4ir of tha Alliea. kueh of the Houolula Japanese pre eonimeai tohtalna the coactuatoa; that .. tha. Kalaaraleo ust ba dethroned, ar atxllata to aatra hhi conatry from tha puojahraaat whlcb It now facea. v-i . ; . . Balow t glrea .th recent editorial eommenr or taa- xaur Honolulu Jim nesa daily paper oatJiiaaubiaeU .J Kawaif.'Chohot , V -. ' t a To Berlinl To Barlial Thla ainat ba tha only answer to Qermany'a plea for aa armiatiea. aad peace, , , ' Now ia rrot tha time for aa armiaf lea nor la It tha tisa' far- peaea. '. Ta Barlial To Berlinl v Tha-JoaJ matt b mere. . , , , . ; Th armistice is at Berlin aloaa mad so la peaea, Nowhera aataida pt .taa Oermaa boundary linst, ii thera aa armistice or peaea. Hawaii Hochii Peace will not coma pntil the Kaiaer abandons voluntarily all power aa a dictator aver tha Oermaa people or tha people wrest tha power from fcita. Tha Alliea will listen ta the P'ea from Uermany only after tha Kaiaer volua tarily steps off tha throae aad further more plelgea himeelf not to Interfere inythe least with tha fature political atntua of. hi country a wall aa tha terms or the peaea thai are to ba ae cepted unconditionally by hi eountry If tha Kaiser fall anr short of thee condition the war will just eoatiaue to the very finish. It ia aow the time for tha Kaiser to atep off tha throae Brat of all- aad to save his country from a loaa which will become greater aa ha tay loafer. NIpwo Jill: v': ; ?' The aitrrendar Of Germany wbich" la now in night clearer tha K has beea at aay time aince the war atarted five yaarh ago, ateana tha $mtA af la justice aad wrong bf jnsHoa aad riehteohsnesa. We. eoarratuUti our Allies for their accomplishment of. vVe have to leard 'eaaay, great lea sops from thla war.. Jke moat4algqi ficaof one of these, ii tbt Juctiea n.4 riuhtennnitaa Nh alwava the Anal ic tora, It i now our duty tp , aiuay these lesson taught by the war for the betterment of ourselves. Hawaii Whinpo: ,. ' ... , :. - r.j The devil who ha throw tha world Lnto flame is tha .Kaiser and no other man. Now he must lake hi ajedlciae, It "la quite proper that hie, plea for ah armistice did not axeet a' ready retuonae from the AUle. ' , ' ' Peace wtth OermartyMa a position as a victor ia aibolutely7OndsirablS t tbi time pr any other time, ft toaaai a repetition; '-of thla. liorrible- war. T,a defeat of militarism mOt be through 'and peace Wll conia baly after, tfioee r -- . - . . 'ui(. ..k respons.b a for th great eahlmity art Droperlv pUnlhed ty tha AHiea. Remember that ihi -War' 1 a war for an everlasting peace. 1 at, A A I SLACKENS S0f.I Honolulu shipping ageat aay there is a slight slackening op of the paiaea ger congestion on vessel (ailing from here to San Francisco, although it ii still impossible to assure definite pas sage on vessels because ot the un known demands in the future of the the "paaaeng ,p.c. . . Rnl arinv there i onlw tut about enoogn room ,0 uUe ;.re' 0f ,K .ora travel 'at this time, it is aiid. Before h; COIlKeitioII entlrt)y over it will be neoeaary for three to four other ahipa to take out Tram fifty to sixty passenger each, it t estimated. Commandeering of any of the space on any af thoae to aail In the next week or two by the army authoritiea would again cause conge tion. A ha beeu the ease for the pat year, the army till i given tha prefer ence in its reaueet for passenger accom modations, , regardless of prevloua book-is. 'Below'! given a list of passenger who fVently departed for tha mala tan d C. H. Blease. Mr. C. H. Blesse and two children. Mi I. L. Braeh, Mia B, . i , . r t T3 . V Rarrtsffsr. narTieit. vjw. .. v v . . .- r. - - M. Birobaum, Mr. M. Bofelho aad ihf fant. Mis M. Botelho, Mil A. o telho, 3. Botelho, M. Bote! ho, A. Bo rlhi 'Mrs. F. Coombs. Mr. B. F. Cow burn. Miss C. Caldeira, Mr. H. P Cmpbell. Mrs. M- M. De Campo. I Doi. H. Fredrioka, H. II . Fisher, Mr J A. Greer. Wan. Groom. Lieut. H (tuilmette. Mrs. H. Guilmette. Mrs. J V C H.uena. Miss L. Hutchison, Mrs. S. .lerrel. Mia K. Kekele, T. J. Llnde man, Miss M. l.aanui, Lieut. H. T Newton. M. PhlUios. Miss B. L. Per kins, Oco. Kasmusaea, H. B. Byan r. H. n. Rvan and two children Mrs. E. Hi ma. Mia L. Kims. F. Som mers. Miss K. Stream, O. W. Spring, T. Terada, B. H. Thomaa, J. vaeger Mrs. B. N. Villiera, Lieut. T. B. Waav er. Mrs. T B. Weaver. Geo. R. Ward w. . a. Children' Cold I Why let the children rack their little Bodies in such a distressing manner whn you can so . easily cure their i-olda with a bottle of Chamberlain's Couch Remedvt For sale by BcosOB, tfmith. ft Co., Ltd Adv, RAVEL CONGESTION iuoAat iaotom, tmirrwo V-0 ..f laatfrlAM Craaey V ' ' I f rahnln Ar4ealtnrl Co, Uti t ANkaa ngar Cou Ud. ... " , ; v KohrfU fragar Coaapaay i ,Whlawa .Wtar Compaay.LtA ,..(, -1 rpi!i , Fuitoa iron warm,'ai in. tswer, . .r ; ' Babeotl Wlka Canpaay .. ..ft . Orsea'a Puel teoaoailaet Ooa aia Chaa. O. Muora Oa, Cngtaaar : aaTVOat 'ihTAVtOAtlOM ' OOHPAaTt . -- .vaM wm.iMii ' y ' , auwr aawna Checkobok Btf Mfef abd tleanelf thin "ejiang.w Owr iirjll check boki art; jen ulna leather and elegant ' enough to be shown anywhere.. , i Bank of Hawaii. Ltd. ' . Fort and Merchant Sta. 'V 'CANADIAN AUSTRALASIAN II LINE Regular Balling to BBITIBfl COLUMBIA (ehang at Victoria, B. for' Seattle) Vancouver ia eoa aectlng paint! 'or passengers by CANADIAN PACJFIC JIAILWAT t ar Via. tS Paul, ChicaCgo or M aa treal), FIJI,; 5EW ZEALAND aad AUSTRALIA. ' ThM. H .DiYiM k Ch. Ltd CASTLE k CQOP Co., Ltd K. HONOLULU," t. tt,' jfl' (;;.. v y Coamissioa Hercinn Factor ; ; f5wa Plaatatioa Ca. Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Apahaa Sugar CO., Ltd. Fultoa Iroa Warka of St. Loaia Slak Steam Pump Wetter. Centrifugal . Pahcoek A Wilcox Boiler Oreea'a Fuel EeoBoaaiaer Matab Steam Pump Mat o Navigation Co. Plaaters' Lioa Shipping oo. Kohala Sugar Co. . BVUN-M OAEDtL KiNOi Ul U IRtVN WOBK8 fO. May; i hinery of every description Made ta) order.' i HAWAIIAN GAZETTE IUd" Tuesday and Friday (Kntered t tha Poatoffle of UonolQlu, T. H., aa aeconrt-elaa matter) PUBSCBIPION RATKH ! v i Par Year . .a.00 - Par Year- (foapig-fa) ..... .00 . Payable Invariably la advance.' aiBMBBt or thi AaaoctaTBrx ragaa h AaaeeUU Prvss. it as asivtlr B ttisa te he aae foe rBUeatla of aU asws ertttea t It a aa athes wlse eM4it4 ta tata pastr aa4 else tha leeal aewa aabltsh tns ua. O.B. CBvANB, Buatnaaa MaJUier. prince yorihito t6 pass through honolulu soon Prince Admiral Yorihito of Higashi Kusbiroi, at the head of an imperial Japanese mission ta Great Britain, will paaa through Honolulu tba latter part of thi year an hit way, back to Japan. Definite word to thia effect was yester dav received in Honolulu. The arrival at a Canadian Pacific port of tha Japanese mission on a Jap anese battleship wua recently autiount-e l in Associated Press despatches. The miaaloa la now en route to Loudon to pay it respects to King Oeorge in re turn for honors extended by the British monarch to Lmperor Yoshihito of Japan. It ia on his return trip that Prince Yorihito will paaa through Ho nolulu. Among the members of the mission are many noted diplomats aad military and naval officer such as Marquis JC. luouye. former Japanese ambassador to Great Britain, Lieutenant Geueral 3. Shiba. Captain Marquis T. Maeda aad Vice Admiral K. Oguri. The last named, is a younger brother of Dr. I. Mori of thi city aad chief of a great naval msenal at the Kur uivtl bate. ROYAL MAI "' i ' i. Y . "'.''ii ' ;'X.t fH X V Ml i w .1 ' - M i f iliJ'