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EVRN1N0 nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1D02.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 KIdk Street, Honolulu,
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WALLACE 11. KAHUINQTON. -Editor
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YOUNG AIM1KICAN TENDENCIES
. . . JANUAHY 9. 1902.
E. V. Illsbop says tSi? Water ratfs p.ic
outrageous. Illsbop bavins spoki-u
the water rates should be re Iscd forth
According to te land decisions of
the august Governor's council hancM
down this morning Seltleniunt Associa
tions cannot hopo to secure Urmlng
lands that are easily accessible and
close to the market.
Uryan claims to be clearing up $10
000 a car profits from his newspaper
venture. It this keeps up the boy
orator Is likely to q"lt the candidate
business and live the quiet, profltablo
life of a farmer editor.
The sheriff of Portland. Me., bai
gone so far prohibition mad that ho
arrests people carrying whiskey on the
streets for "Illegal transportation of
liquor." Thus a man's only safety U
to carry bis liquor on the Inside.
Jurors at all limes consider theirs
the hardest lot on earth. Whctlior
their contentions are Justified or not
the Juror who gets Into the box late In
game and has to llstcu to a reading of
the mass of testimony previously given,
Is descn Ing of the deepest cympathy.
During the flist ten das of Congress
bills were introduced to make way
with J77.CSS.80I of the national J100.
000,000 surplus. Hawaii Is making a
bid for $1,200,000 of this amount and
thero Is no State or Territory in the
national tontines more In need of the
buildings or the motley.
From rianklln Austin's statilnent
of the case, it appears the Murphy
mocnunt holies to make headway by
nrovlnir Itself holler than an Individual
with whom It has a difference, Thin
may be malice toward none and char
lt for nil. but the charlt appears tu
have decided limitations.
It Is to bi hoped the building that
rises I'hotnU-IIke from the ashes of
last night's Kort street file will not b
ii soi unci edition of the uld shack. It Is
a misfortune of the business district
that wltli the innn now blocks going,
up In tin- i Ity, the mauka Ewn corutr
ot King aud Kort lemalus a relic of
Malt re Labor! Is again befoie the
public as the founder of a new party
called the Parly of Honest People. This
modern Diogenes Is likely to dlsiovor
that by the time Ills party reaches aiiv
considerable size he will appreciate the
necessity of Instituting a seartli to
bring forward the honest people of IiIj
The Uoston Herald Is asking West
ern beet sugar farmeis whether they
prefer u revolution in Cuba to a small
tariff reduction for Cuban sugars. The
farmers do not believe In the revolu
tion Idea but admitting the piobahlll
tles they prefer to allow Cuba a war
than endorse u policy that may Uj
waste their own Ileitis.
It Is now lepoited that the Republl
can Territorial committee will reeou-
blder the lesolutlon requiring the sue
retary to be a member of the commit'
tee. The party cares wry little
whether the secretary is an Insider or
an outsider, but It does make a Inrra-
ful request that the committee recon
sider its policy ot spending time doing
The people complaining about tli
scant attention given their demands
for the repair ot dangerous places In
roads or bridges must have fatTe'd to
read the statement ot tlio Treasurer
on the condition ot tlio Tetrttorlal
Treasury. Ily order of Governor Dolo
the finances of tue Territory are an a
pro rata Ixislg. The people do not np
prove of a pro lata administration out
that makes no difference with tna
A writer who delights In sifting sta
tistics has waded through the census
reports lelatlng to young men and suc
ceeded In obtaining some very Intel est
Ing material. Tho census report goes
extensively Into the home life and In
fluences of all citizens with a result
ing Information that Is hlghlv techni
cal hut most alliable to those who
take the time to study the social and
home tendencies of the Nation. Tim
age limit placed on the joung men Ii
fiom 13 to 35 cars and the following
detail Is given of bow young America
Slxtj-slx per cent of the young men
of tho United Stutes are unmnrrkd,
while 31 per cent are married. Tho
average age at which these young men
married was 25 years.
l'lfty-llve per cent of the young men
of the United States live at home, whllo
I'i per cent are boarding.
Only 15 per cent of tho young men
arc In business for themselves, while
S5 per cent are employed by others.
Twent-two per cent of young men
belong to fraternal orders. Of th's
number 70 per cent belong to one fra
ternal order. 24 per cent belong to two.
2 per cent belong to three, 3 per cent
belong to four, and 1 per cent belong to
five. Of the men belonging to fraternal
orders. 67 per cent arc church mem'
bers. while 33 per cent are not church
Kortj -six per cent of the men In
cities of 3000 or over were born In tho
country or In towns of 3000 or let.s.
Three out of seven young men In the
country and towns of 3000 or less look
forward to living In the city. Of Hut
population In towns of 3000 or less, cu.o
In seven Is a young man. Of the popu
lation in cities of 25.000 and over, one
In four Is a young man.
In the country one In two oung
men go to church regularly; ono In
three occasionally and one In fourteen
not at all. In the city one In four
regularly, one In two occasionally, mid
one In seven not nt all.
In families wheie the father and
mother belong to the same church, 78
per cent of the joung men nie church
members, In families where the la
ther and mother are church members,
but do not belong to the same church,
onl 55 per cent of the young men ate
church members. In families whero
but one of the patents Is n church
member, only 50 iter cent of the youua
men are members of chun lies. Where
the father and mother are both Cath
olics, nnl) 8 per cent of the young men
are not church members. Where tho
father and mother are both Piotcstaets
32 per cent of the jonng men arc not
church members. Where one of tlr
parties Is n Catholic and the other
Protestunt, GO per cent of the young
men do not belong to n church, where
the parents are members of Protestant
churches, but do not belong to the
same church. 5 per cent of the youiig
men of these families ate not churrli
members. Where one of the parents If.
a Catholic 41 per cent of the joung
men do not belong to church. Whcio
one of the parents Is a Protestant, 51
per cent do not belong to cnurch.
Kinni these figures It appears that
young Am"i leans arc largely an em
ploye class, that they stick to the Ola
home and wait till the) have passed
youthful limit before making a home
of their own. Their aspirations nte
ttrongly townrcl city life and they wait
till the) are well along In life befoie
Joining fraternal orders.
The figures on church life are highly
Interesting as showing the Influence of
parents and the tendency of city life
to keep men out of the church. The
young man In the country Is far more
religious than the city resident, prob
ably because the country jouth has
few counter attractions to draw blia
away from lellgtous associations.
I'lgutes show- that unless the father
and mother are members ot the same
chinch 'ind icgular church atteudnrts
theie 1b small prospect ot the son be
coming an active church worker. When
the father and mother cannot reach an
understanding on church affairs, the
boy takes the easiest route and drops
religious affairs altogether. Theio Is
a marked difference, however, in tho
percentages wheio thero Is a family
division between Protestant and Cath
olic and that of parents giving nlleg;
nnce to different branches of the Pro
testant faith, It would 4-
pear from these figures that tho Cath'
ollc church has good grounds for Its
opposition to marriage outside, tho
church. Whatever the beliefs of the
parents or their religious enthusiasm,
the difference fn the home Is destrm
tlve of religious fervor among tho
Talk about the slow Tramwajs
methods, the rails of the Itapld Transit
Company have been tumbeilns up Em
ma street for a full six month. 1 ro
tests ugalnst the continued use of tint
street for storage pui poses huve been
made without number. These havtt
been met with the promise ot speedy
extension of the line on Emma strict.
The rails remain, only to furnish a
dam for the wuters of every rain storm
and overflow ot rushing waters on the
sidewalk. Either the Department of
Public Works or the Transit Company
or both will do well to move this ob
struction or the residents of the street
will start out Independently to spj
what can be done.
rectors. Still, although I felt con
vine d at tho tlmo that the club dl
rectors were being mndo a tool of tho
conspiracy to discredit me, I did not
want the work to fnll, In which I had
si ent so many months of heart and
si ul labor of love to foster, and my
Inst net In connection with Murphy
Club was to raise enough money to
pay nil the Indebtedness Incurred prior
tf September 1st nnd pay Mr. (leaf
$100 on the September rent for tho
htnellt of the club. There was litr
one bill unpaid, about $2G clue the Ad
vertiser. The money gave out beforo
reaching this bill. Thus I stand con
v.cted of the folly of hnving paid for
n hall and stage to enable 1'rnncls
Murphy nnd others to slander me and
afsnsslnntc my good name, as they
did In numerous speeches made after
After invading my work, nnd stand
Ing sponsor for Murphy Club, the Mln
IMcrlul Association, moved tlio club
to Emmn Hnll, lenving the Indebted
iiess, for rent and lights for October,
oi $l7o, refened to, ngnlnst furniture
which I had hoped could bo used tu
eniiip my Hawaiian clubs after the
Murphy Club had moved; but It all
had to be sold to nay the debts con
tracted by members of the Ministerial
Association and club directors.
As I have kept out of the public
prints since September (a long period
ot quletudo for mo) I deslro to cm
biaeo this opportunity to make the
following statement: I began tho
temperance work, of which Murphy
Club Is tho outcome, January 15th of
last year, and was forced out of It by
the conspiracy between members of
the Ministerial Association, tho Adver
tiser nnd whisky trust, September 16th,
a period of elglit months. During this
time about 300 drinking men signed
the pledge., of whom, as nearly as I
ran estlmnte, more than one-halt wero
permanently leformed; and three
ciubs aro still In existence, continuing
the good work, on tho principles and
plans I laid down. During this period
I expended $1160 for tho maintenance
of my family. Of this amount I drew
$432 from temperance funds In my
hunds between March 15th nnd August
1 st nnd thn lVYntinla Mlirnhv Trmnnr
ai'ce Association paid mo $278 In sal
nry. or the balance, $400, W. It. Cas
tle lent mo $200, which Indebtedness
Geurgu Castle has now assumed nnd
kindly given mo n year to pay It In.
The remainder was partly earned by
mj pen, partly advanced by my wife
nnd I still owe a small portion. Thus
temperance work cost me $400. money
nut of hand, and my tlmo for eight
months, which, estimated upon n basis
of my earning capacity since October
1st. would equnl nt least 12800. There
foie I am the largest donor, with
$3200. to the so called Murphy move
ment: In fact. I am out nearly ns much
as nil the other donors put together.
And I wns accused of carrying on tem
perance work for the money there was
In It! This Is the only personal state
ment 1 ever enro to make, nt least nn
til I make my Inst temperance speech,
viilch will taho place sometime before
I enter the political arena In the cam
paign of I'diicntlon.
Many of my irlends were suiprlscd
and disappointed Hint I did not mens
me swords with my trnduccrs last
September. I bavo tho ability, both
with pen nnd from the rostrum, and
have the fearless combative foice to
fipht n combination of the Ministeilal
AFkoelntlnn. the "mlsslonniy" money
power and the whlskv trust, linked tu
gether by the Advertiser anil the devil.
nnd enjti) the pastime. 1 confess. It
tool nil my power of self-restraint to
ketp out ol the fight. There would
have been n famous opportunity lor
brilliant work, and I Hatter mysclt
that some lepiitiitlons for Godliness
would have suffered from uxposuio
and the gnib of evangelist worn by a
memner or mo Ministerial Association
sadly rent, exposing. I dnio Bay. at
scoundrelly a heart and ns whllo a
liver ns could be round In nny "Uriah
Heeplsh," Godly personage in any
community under the sun. Hut thero
cculd have been no personal gain In
such u "Quixotic" passage at arms,
except added popularity with tho
masses. As dear as this Is to mv
hcait, tho cause of temperance, ns I
unci conceived anil fostered it. wns
clearer, and I could not run the risk
of my personal quarrels Injuilng tho
Piogrnm of Murphy Club, oven though
under other guidance, nnd I sincerely
li.dorse Mr. Wostervclt's hope that it
has a "brilliant futuie ahead."
I have one request to mnku of tho
members or Ministerial Association
which, If they still bavo the personal
regard for me they profess, will sure
ly bo granted; nnd that Is, that In the
future they will cut my name out of
ni' addresses they may make at Mur
phy Hall or elsewhere. It seems past
belief that Itev. Mr. Westervelt delib
erately lied, even under tho excite
ment nnd in tho bent or a public ad
dress, and I cannot but sincerely hope
that tho Itepubllcan misquoted him.
However, the defamatory Innuendo
round publicity and this explanation
Honolulu, Dec. 30, 1901.
Citizens of the District of Columbia
aro always clamorlug for home rule aj
exemplified by the appointment of It J
own citizens to Dlatrht u likes. They
aro constantly confronted with the mis
fortune of buying no votes that count
and consequently clamor with llttl.i
avail. Theio are no citizens in the
country less capable of enrolling their
demands by votes. Hawaii seems in t
helpless condltlou as compaied with
States, but when put alongside of tho
District ot Columbia tho power iu the
hands ot Its people Is tremendous. It
Is Interesting Indeed wheu stances of
the helplessness of tho District ot Co
lumbia come to notice, to recall that
this Is the form ot governmei
many leaders of the old Hawaiian He
public sought for these Islands.
RESPECTS TO mm
Editor Evening Ilullctlir I slnceie-
ly regret the necessity which prompts
me tu seeK me good unices or tlie iiul
letin In mulling a statement to tho
public, In sheer self-defenso. to cor
rert the Impression made by the vile
innuendo cast upon mo by Itov. Mr,
Westervelt, In his address at Enimt
Hall, before tho Murphy Club, on Sat
in day night last. I assume, of course,
that the Republican reported him cor
rectly In Its report of tho Murpuy
CI ul concert the following excerpt up
"Tho Itov, Mr. Westervelt delivered
an address, during which ho announc
ed that most of the debts contracted
by the organization, of which Frank
1 1n Austin was tho head, had been
paid and that ho hoped that tho 1ml
once will bo paid shortly, so that thu
cum may start tho new year without
debts and with a bright future ahead."
I beg to statu emphatically that the
Temperance Association, of which I
am tho head., did not leavo ono dollar
ol Indebtedness for Mr. Westorvelt or
tho Murphy Club to pay On tho con
trary, I was compelled to saerlflco tho
propei ty of tho association to pay
$175 indebtedness which the Murphy
Club contracted and left ns u lien
against the property when It moved
to Emma Hall,
At the request of tho directors of
Murphy Club, the association passed
a resolution giving mo tiuu me rignt
tu elect Its own treasurer and act In
deuendently In all matters from Sep
tember 1st, provided It becamo respon
sible for all debts contracted by Its al
"You cannot comprehend," said Pro
ICbsor 11. Kobe. "Unit since 2 nlus 2
ecjuals 4, thereloro 2 plus 4 equals 6.
i win eiuciuuie. ton perceive that nu
merals aie not entitles, but representa
tive of concepts.
"Yos," said tno child, doubtfully.
"Hut If thq aggregate ot two entitle):
plus 2 Is nssuiiied to constitute 4 ami
is represcnied by that sign, similar
signs may be adopted tor thu superim
pesed concepts oi iwo representatives
more, wnlcn Is 6. Is mat sallstac'
iho child salti: "I don't under
stand; and my papa says 4 and 2 Ir
Said Dr. Tucker: "You huvo nn
mental vision, child; you aro incapable
"Now, let me explain," put In tho
practical man; "ti minus 4 equals i',
doesn't It? Now tnai Is equivalent to
r.ay!ng that 2 plus 4 equals 6; It wi
transposo tho minus sign, changlny
It to plus, wo have 6 equuis 2 plus 4
Isn't that clear?"
Tho child began to cry.
"Well, mayho It was only 24," sob
bed tho child. "I saw It on a sign."
"The trouble 7s," said met practical
man, "that tho pupil uoesn't waul to
Just then an Ignorant man came In.
"Here, llttlo one," snld he, "there's
threo pair of dlco; now count them
up. How many can you make?"
"Why, si, ' said tho child. Uolton
Hall In l.lle.
"That nobleman sho married turned
out to bo bogus." "By George, that's
lurk for her, Isn't It?" "That depends
nn whether you consider him as a hus
band or merely as a purchase." Chi
Willie Pa. thla paper says'; "Hoef
makes brown and fish makes brains."
Why do fish make brains? Pa Prob
ably because they travel In schools;
now run away and play. Philadelphia
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General Commission Agents,
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
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