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SEAL March. Anno Domini,
I'. II. nUUXITTTR,
Votary rubltc, I'lrst Judicial Circuit
Al'IUL- 4. l'JO".
On again, off again, Is Howland's
regular position on the appropriation
TIifio uppcdni to be n lull In the
Harrlmnn-Koosnvelt contest over
Who's a IlnrT
The Senate has done noubjr for tho
Agrlniltural College. Tho llouso
thotild not mar tho record.
Pass the Primary Inw. That Is
what tho men'electcd on tho Kepuli
llcnn tlcKct promised to do
I I 1 W I'M
Whnt Is the program for tho Con
gressional visitors, especially tho
plans for giving them u good time?
Turn nbout Is Tulr piny. What aro
. thu Japanese merchants doing to aid
tho merchants on 'this sldo of Nuu
Mill"? ' Not oven In garbage collection Is
It good business lo increase tho rales
DUcusslous now going on In the
Legislature should convince tho vls
ilor that Hawaii Is just llko any nth
cr part of tho United States..
War-clouds will lake a vacation
wliil" tho n.ival squadrons thnt rule
the curtli arc assembled at .lames
town to express their good-will for
tho United States
It Is highly proper for tho Hoard
of Immigration to outllnu its policy.
No two outsiders uie oblo to ngreo
on just how tho Terrltorj should go
nbout doing whnt must be done.
Whon O.iliu socuiC'8 n local govorn
jnent that creates nn exceutlvo check
on legislative authority. It should bo
given tho right lo levy nnd collect
taxes for Its own local udinlnlstrn
Since It hus taken centuries for
tho science of Christianity to dovclop
to IPs proBcut state, Hawaii Is fully
Justified In going slow when dealing
with tho latest claims to special iec
ognltlon. i I
Put your Height with tho stcniii'
hlilp owneiit that will glvo Hawaii
flihl-clufcs passengei service, Now Is
thu tlmo to mul.o the declaration to
that tho owners may make their
Tho Municipal bill amendment
placing tho Ilrst election in 1008 Is
; to tho point. Hawaii should not start
out in tho "ripper bill" business, and
jS. overthrow election rcbiilts by legisla
It Is easy to understand why Iln
waiiatiH could have inoio faith In
herbs or tho pow-wnvv of n kahuna
than In modern niodlclno. It is n
perfect mystery when a piovgd fakir
can t piny on tholr good Judgment
i.b to mnko them lionebtly bollove him
nor,tliy of consideration.
A poll of tho roportorB at tho Thaw
trial found ono for conviction, two
for acquittal, nnd the dozen or morn
remaining, sallslled that the jury will
The public la of tho
will to m nt tlit
tow Tark ftsMfe It liar-
hl usiwr In IIm rlfi-
riirrr msv N nMr rtniiN or
initiiiMH ttsll. t)Wt RwM Minplp ti
ilii' person wIm ttbs llw tin H1
rmrr nf n itirsKlr ror ine rnnii
imhm of h torsi ltm. sml thwi rsls
a howl beciUHW It w mH dofle to
I Mill It would wl vvmlth of
good to rcmii that urmi-iMMW en
terprises for profit are gelling mors
than their shsr when they get news
paper snsrc free of eharnr
The prevalent inlsundcistuiidlng,
tkat I lie bill tu create an Inmno Asy- i
lum Medical Itaml revises tho law
fur the commitment of Insane, has
iccured for It some favor that It does
The bill before tho Sennto commit
tee has not the saving quality of cre
ntlng a hoard of (Omniltnicnt or of
giving; tho Medical Hoard full chnrgo
of the asylum. It creates another
Itoard to duplicate omces ami com
Tho chief featuro of the measure
teem to be that It carried out the
Ideas of perhaps ono Individual and
a representative whom ho is Mid to
have paid for putting tho Idea in
Olve the Territory laws thnt will
urcomullsh somu good. This should
not be a splto-promotlng session.
I'nttl money can bo appropriated
In suOlclent quantity to glvo the In
mutes ill the asylum quarters adapt
ed to special treatment, It Is useless
to establish by law a Hoard to treat
the patients and duplicate duties de
volving on the Hoard of Health.
The undiitcd-reslgnntlcm scheme is
contrary to the spirit of the Organic
Act of this Territory. Since Govern
or C'irtcr devised the policy, Cnngrew
bus been In session for two different
periods and was once urged by tho
President to amend tho Organic Act
id give the Incentive authority to
suspend or remove. Hut Congress
has not thus fnr been convinced of
the neiesslty of mnllng n change.
A law which would force the Hov
rrnor to throw his plan overboard Is
not. under tho circumstances, a vio
lation of what many citizens of tho
United States consider sound prlncl
pie and good sense. Tho Ilulletln bo
llevc that an cxecutlvo oftUer who
extends an appointment with one
hand nnd holds out tho other for nn
undated resignation, offers an Insult
ns wll us oveij-ldcs the spirit of tho
Thero should, however, be no law
which will prevent tho head of a de
partment or anv other ufllcer from
dispensing with tho services of minor
tmplocs us seems to him best.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CAN AFFORD
The Ilulletln has great confidence
In the good Intentions of tho mem
bers of tho Christian Sclontx church,
but their application to bo not only
equal but havo greater freedom thnn
pinctlslng physlcluns of tho Tcrrltoiy
of Hawaii appeals to us as intut J
traordlnaty. As wo understand it. Christian
Sclcnco denies nil sickness nnd nil
pain, nil error. If u person has the
toothache, or a hoy an old-fashloncd
bell) -ache, ho s.ijs so to Christian
Science, and Christian Sclcnco In po
lite terms tells him lie's a liar. And
ho believes It, ho is cured.
This may not bo tho scientific way
Real Estate Dep't,
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Bcretania Street $10.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Serctania Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue . . .'. $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Berctania Street $25.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Pcnsacola Street $25.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Oulick Avenue $3I)!00
School Street ?15,00
Pensacola Street $30.00
Manoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kewalo & Wilder Avc...$ 50.
Thurston Avenue $100.
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Comer Foit au1) Merchant Sis
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A GENEROUS BEAR
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When Hie great enrlliqunko and re-
i.go wrought such havoc In San l'rnn
Cisco, tho stricken people tinned with i
empty hands lo the lire Insurance
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting Hint In their hour of need the
protection for which they had been
patiently paying thtough the pros-1
porous years would be promptly
forthcoming. Hut, nlns! disappoint
ment followed dlsnster! 1'htf compa
nies In many cases wcio unequal to
tho occasion, and in ninny others un
willing to mnko good. Compromise
nnd repudiation wero the order of
tho day. At this crisis, prompted by
r. rare senso of fairness and n com
mendable appreciation of obligation,
ono company rorc In Its great
strength nnd distributed i:.r,r,r,,2'Jl.
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their claims In full, nsklng no favors, Waii and take the party to the Coast
nnd exacting no discounts. And tMsinn(i will return with it when the
fair and generous action nt onco
placed Tho California Insurnnro Co.
of Sin rrnnclsco at the very head of
fnc list of popular nnd trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia. This company now has an agen
cy In Honolulu In the ofllcc of Trent
&. Co., nt 916 Tort Street. It Is pop
ularly known as "The Company Thut
of putting It, but thnt Is the way it
appeals to tho common herd, nnd
thnt Is, nftcr nil, tho element with
which It Is necessary to ileal.
Tho Ilulletln Is willing to admit
that tho Christian Science scheme Is
oil right. If it works. Hut tho Scien
tists themselves admit that n person
has to Increase Ills faith In order to
obtain tho best results, and the do
r.reo of good result rests hugely with
the percentage of wcll-dovelopcd
faith. All this must take tlmo with
Aro not tho Scientists asking much
moi e than their share when they
icuno before a people nnd demand
that tho hul-pollol of this world as
well as those schooled In tho faith
tdiall subscribe to tho doctrine of
Christian Science's svvny over all tho
Ills of earth, its power to check epi
demics, and stay Bin?
Tho Ilulletln Is free to state its
conviction thnt they arc.
Tho scientists wish to bo exempt
from tho medical law, but thuy havo
not yet reached the point whero they
can guarantee that no sinner, no fa
kir, no trlplc-bruss-phitcd bunio
etcorcr will poso heforo tho commu
nity ns a Christian Scientist, nnil
claim tho samo exemption.
Wo bcllovo thnt tho victory over
sin, should ho more completo nnd tho
doveloped before tho enthusiastic
developed heforo tho uneducated1
Christian Scientists aro entitled to
exemption from tho laws which years
of experience havo led tho majority
to bcllovo aro laws framed for tho
welfare and protection of humanity.
Christian Sclonco has had n re
markable growth. Hawaii ran jit
least afford to wait nnotlier two years
r.nd watch further developments ha
foio making such a radical departurs
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NEW (i p ME.
Bend Before Tremendous
Storm Of Public
The kick of the long suffering piihllo
agnliift the Increased gnrhngo rale liml
Its effect last night when the Supcrvl
rors nt their regular meeting decided
lo go hark lo tho old rate, nt least to,'
Ihe prctcnt, Wry few other mailers
vvcio taken up.
The Illihop IXnle wrote that notice
hnd been served on the tenants of lln'
warehouse on tho Ala Moann road to
Dwlght until that two men had been
added lo the i'nlolo road force. This
made four altogether.
Hustnce felt surcT'that this would
lully satisfy the Palololtes.
Cox wanted tlGO additional from the
road tnx fund for Wnlanae granted.
Harvey snld Hint ho vvns being way
laid by lndlgnnul citizens, who kicked
bout tho raise of the garbage rate
He thought himself Hint the prlco was
a bit too high. He moved to recon
sider (he raise.
Hustnce explained Hint if the hill
providing ngalnst one county cmplovoe
drawing two salaries passed, tho coun
ty would have to pay moro for a garh-l
bgo superintendent. It vvns .better to
unit until it was found out whether
the hill passed or not
Harvey raid that In the meantime
the county would loose its garbage,
Archer said that kicks had been
inndo about discrimination. He want
ed to know If judgment hnd been ex
ei cited In the raises. Ho thought tho
matter should Lo investigated,
"Tho matter vvns rcfurred to you to
revise those rntcs," said Hustacc. "You
did nothing towards It."
"No, I am sorry, 1 did not," admit
"I nm surprised," Bald Dwlght, "that
a committee chairman should not havo
attended to a matter which was ro
feiicd to him. He should bo innile to
attend to It."
Archer said that W. It. Cnsllo was
tho man who had kicked. Ho said that
the man next to him had n larger lot
than ho nnd paid tho sumo rnlo only.
Johnson explained that cnsllo paw
75c. The other man paid more. They
paid according to tho amount of garb
ago collected from each place In nil
i'411-cs. ' Ho hud since the raise started,
lost a number of subscribers.
I movo that tho. ralso bo sus
tained." snld Archer. "If tho people
won't pay, let them look after their
Harvey repeated ins motion to rcior
the gnthngo rates back tu tho Health
With Instructions that It ho attend
ed to." added Dwlght.
Hustnce said It vvns a question 11 inc
county must maintain tho garbage
ucpnrtment. It vvns n losing proposi
tion. It wiiH finally decided to ictaln the
old rates for the present month.
Dwlght moved to oil IMikol street.
Tho others wanted to lcavo tho matter
to Dwlght us chairman of tho Road
Committee ami that settled tho mat
ter. Dwlght said n joitug Indy singer who
had warbled for the baud had cnlted
on him. Sho said Uorgcr had pioin-
Ised her $l-r hut sho had not received
Hustnce snld tho lady had also called
on him. lierger had told her thnt sho
could work us an understudy on a
chunco ot employment bhould n vn
cancy occur. No payment had been
Tho following hills were ordered
Kooluupokn road district, 163.13.
Kuplol.ml Park. $101.
Walanao road district, $237.01.
Koolauloa road district. S5M.I0.
l'lro department, 609.90.
County office rent, f ISOfi.
Kwn road district, S913.35.
i:ii road dUtrict (special) $100.20.
County engineer, $59.30.
i:yn load district, SIS 1.50.
Koolauloa road district. $184.03.
County attorney, $69.93.
Knplolnni Park, $293.99.
County Auditor, $11.60.
Electric light department. $080.21.
Police nnd flro nlurm system, $85.
County clerk, $18.85.
Hawaiian hand, $75.
Iload depot tment, $2778.40.
County tieasurcr, .$17.
Garbage department, $557.50.
Police department, $998.89.
li K K iC X K K Ji 3i Ji K IK M M H
M HONOLULU WEATHER Y
t A X t K 3f K K K M K K K 3 K M K X
TeniperntuiCB 0 n. in., 71; 8 u. m.,
74; 10 n m., 73; noon, 70; morning
llarometvr, 8 n. m., 30.16; absolute
humidity, 8 it. m., 5.259 grains par
rublo foot; lolatlvc humidity, 8 a. m.,
58 tier cent: (low point. 8 a. in., M.
Wind 0 a. in., veloclty17, dlrectlou
N. K.; S a. in., velocity IS, direction
N, l:.; 10 n. m., velocity 15, dlrectlou
N. E.: jioon. velocity 18, direction K.
Ilnlufall during 21 houis ended 8 n.
in., 0. Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours cndild ut noon, 314 miles.
Wil. . STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Uureau
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