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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATUnDAY, APRIL 4, 1908,
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Here's to the
Hnwnlll Mny sho
; In other words, Honolulu does not
want to bo so thoroughly reformed
V ' Unit Us old friends will not recog
nize the place.
. There's always one excellent thing
to be said of Tom Watson. As a
', Presidential candidate he Is the moat
picturesque figure and snappiest tulk-
' er In the whole list.
'. Mny the Governor be able to ee-
etiru the presence of many citizens of
4 Hawaii nt tho Governors' conference.
( Thero's nothing like having earnest
j workers at the right place lit the
Of course Hawaii needs another
District Judge. If this favor Is not
allowed, some of the litigants are In
danger of passing to the great lie
yond before they get a decision on
Millions for defense again has
mnglc force In the United States Con
gress. Let us give thanks that tho
power of tho phrase Is based on com
mon sense rather than serious threat
of Immediate danger.
Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson is a tem
perance advocate. So is Jack At
kinson. So are we all of usj Thus
when you come right down to the
fine point there Isn't any difference,
nnyway. What's nil tho row about!
Yes, there Is much dlfferenco of
opinion. Moro reputable citizens of
Honolulu have asked the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n
to lequest that Mr. Thwlng and his
associates keep quiet than have risen
up In righteous wrath and urged that
the good work go on.
When these men who ride a hobby
remark in the kindliest manner pos
sible, "Why of course we recognlzo
the right to a difference of opinion,"
Just take a look in their bootlegs to
bee If they have not knives which
"they wait only the opportunity to
Following John O. Woolley's very
pointed remarks concerning the de
velopment of Hawaii and Hon. A. L.
C. Atkinson's declaration that he Is
not a prohibitionist, the Anti-Saloon
League Is either sailing under a va
riety of false colors or has lost its
rudder and Is thoroughly at sea.
The final settlement of tho Mc-
Klnley memorial will be a blessed
'' relief to Honolulu. The trustees are
to be congratulated on the decnlon
In favor of the school and the statue.
Hawaii's memorial will be fully In
j keeping with the dignity, good char
actor, and energy of the man Mc-
Andrew Carnegie has more mil
lions for superannuated professors,
ft-ltlght now the people are beginning
to wonder whether Carnegie made
j nny of this money by the methods of
' frenzied finance, and what of the
men whose fortunes were wrecked
In the gathering of tho coin for phil
London sugar prices dropping a
, , little need not worry you. Hawaii
will gain more benefit from a price
; In the vicinity of four cents, with
ordinary plantings. Flvo-cent sugar
Bturts every farmer In every beet
country planting to tho full limit,
nnd tho high prlco of this year ie
i suits In an unusually low one for
MR. THWING'S EXPERIENCE.
Mr. Thwlng appears to have
emerged from his latest agitation
thoroughly chastened and a more ex
Forming a hollow square he ap
proached tho Hoard of Health, und
found that organization surprised.
Attacking the Federal department,
he was referred to Washington.
Canvassing the community, he
found that opinions differed widely.
Arriving finally In the County
Sheriff's, office, he discovered that
officer fully In favor of tho en-
issued on Tuesday of each week.
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APRIL 4. 1908
forcement of tho law, but not likely
to act as radically as Timing would
Agitating within the Territorial
Grand Jury, he found n solid major
ity ngalnst him.
Sending communications to old
newspaper friends, It was found that
the language was not delicate.
Finally Mr. Thwlng, the leading
ngltntor, has brought to this ofllce an
cxpurgnted edition of an open letter
to tho County Sheriff, from which It
appears that he finds much difference
of opinion, but the County Sherlrf is
a good man. Presumably only Pink
ham is bad.
Now, Hrother- Thwlng, fop Heav
en's sake, let it go at that!
Honolulu doesn't wnnt your agita
tion and will not stand for It, not
withstanding tho vlry earnest and
honest men with whom you are asso
ciated. There are other matters that may
well engage your attention and with
which ou will gain more practical
headway toward raising moral stan
dards of the community.
ANOTHER POPULAR EXCURSION
The fine now steamship MAUNA
KEA will leave Honolulu Tuesday,
April 7th, at noon; returning the
party will arrive by steamship MAU
NA LOA on Tuesday, April 14th, at
Fare for the round trip, $51.
This excursion allows ono day In
Hllo, three days at the Volcano, and
the circuit of the Island of Hawaii.
A rare opportunity Is here offered
to see the crater In unusual actlvltj ;
residents of the district declare It to
be the most spectacular eruption in
years. The fern and koa forests, the
tree moulds and other natural won
ders In the neighborhood are most
Upon the return trip, members of
the party who desire, may at a small
additional cost, leave the steamer at
Napoo poo and drive overland
through Kona, again boarding tho
vessel at Kallua.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street $50.00
Beretania Street v .$35.00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Emma Street .$50.00
Beretania Street .$18.00
Lunalilo Street S23.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Aloha Lane . . . j $18,00
Kewalo Street , $22.50
Hotel Street $20.00
Mat,lock Avenue $30.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
Kalihi , $17.00
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
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Comer Fort and Merchant Sti.
ADVERTISER VS. PlNKtiflT.
The morning1 paper notes in Its
columns the discovery of nn old hen
that lays colored eggs.
This gives n vory good cxplanatlbn
of the attitude of the paper In Its
Every time tho old hen cackles
about Plnkham, tho town knows It
has laid a colored egg.
Wellesley, Mass., March 21.
Miss Clara M. Howard, professor
of rhetoric' at Wellesley College,
who novor "sat In" a gamo of
whlst, has Issued a statement to
the students In which sho says:
"Tho brldgo playing fover docs
not abate. It threatens to become
a fixed form of relaxation In col
lege, especially among women
who cannot, llko their brothers,
go out at night to break street
lamps and mako such llko pro
tests against tho' higher life.
"Tho rowdiest college boy, how
ever, does not probably spend so
much time In his relaxation, as
docs, tho quiet, but constant,
bridge player In our Wellesley
community. When ono thinks of
an undergraduate's Ignorance of
the world, how sad It is to con
template our foolish virgins
playing bridge! Even tho empti
est mind must chow on something,
and bridge provides n sort of
mental chowlng gum."
llrldge, according to Prof. Clare
M. Howard, of Wellesley, Is to the
girl college student what stealing
fdgns nnd breaking street lamps Is to
the college boy. It Is a "mental
chewing-gum," nn "accomplishment
of addlepates," the "last Infirmity of
empty mind." '
It Is assumed that Miss Howard
Is not conversant with the heart con
vention, the eleven rule, and the lead
through, If these be Infirmities of
empty mind the quality of feminine
Intellect must be advancing.
Hut It Is somewhat discouraging
to see a woman college professor en
rolling herself In the ranks of the
universal regulators. Do not presi
dents, chancellors of fresh-wnter col
leges and aldermen sulTlco to that
tnd? Would Prof. Howard havo hor
pupils always reading Plato?
llrldge, in the opinion of some ob
rervers, Is nn Invaluable means of
mental relaxation. There Is i:o
brooding at the bridge table. The
game engrosses tho attention to the
exclusion of nil less serious worries,
It calms tho mind, quiets the nerves,
soothes tho passions, stimulates the
activity of the brain cells, and fos
ters politeness through Its rigid eti
To deny intellectuality to bridge
is like Imputing levity to the Sphinx,
llrldge Is a philosophy, a code of so
cial usages, an Institution. He who
first brought It from the East for the
diversion of Western minds gave so
ciety a new creed with which to
hind It together in closer bonds.
There are to bo but three moro
plays presented by tho Pollards after
tonight's performance. Tonight "Tho
Belle of New York" will be repeated,
to bo followed on Monday night by
"Florodora," and Tuosday night nnd
Wednesday matinee will be "Tho Gei
The lost two nights, Wednesday nnd
Thursday, will bo devoted to straight
vaudevlllo performances, in which the
Pollard aggregation are said to be
perfectly at homo. There has been a
great demand for seats for theso two
performances, but thero are still man;
left, and thoso who npprcciato high-
class vaudeville should get tholr seats
The LUllpiltlans arc particularly
good In vaudeville, and havo always
made decided hits In this class of the
The Fleet Is coming,
up tho City. . .
Let us clean
To succeed ybu will
haye to think ahead, .
INSURE YOUR HOME
against loss from, fire
nnd you will protect
yourself against future
INSURE YOUR FURNITURE
for the same purpose.
We issue best policies.
Sim m w
MD Hi JM
Work Enough Now For
Two Wen And It Is
The chances seem very good that
Congress will give Hawaii n second
Federal Judge to assist Judgo Dolo
In the work of his department. In
reply to tho cable received yesterday.1
uy u. a. uiBiriui. uuuijiw ah.-viwi,o
from Attorney General Uonaparto In
quiring, ns to the need for another
Judge, a cable was sent this morning
by Judge Dolo In which ho staled
that die work makes It essential thn(
another Judgo be appointed It tho
work of tho department is to be kept
up to tho mark. He stated that
there are now thirty criminal cases
pending, and enough clll business
to occupy hi in for from six to nine
months. Judge, Dolo stated also that
tho trial of cases In this Territory'
takes twice ns long as In the States
on account of tho necessity of using i
an Interpreter'. '
Governor Frpar also sent n cnblp
gram urging the need for another
Judgo Dole stated this morning
that ho has more work to do now
than can bo taken caru of properly.
It Is the Intention of tho law that a
peiuon afccus6d of n crime shall be
given a speedy trlal'and his guilt or
innocenco established an soon ns pos
sible, lint on account of tho largo
'number of criminal cases It Is im-
'possible to try nil of them ns soon J
as they should be tried.
The 'work of tho Judgo In ndmlr
'ulty Is also very heavy. Ho now has
on his desk the evidence In several
cntics, some of which was taken
over a year ngo, which ho has not
hnd time to decide. As come of these
cases' run ns high as 2,000 pages of
testimony. It Is evident that much
time Is consumed In arriving nt a
decision In them.
In addition to this, the work of tho
Federal Judge., Is constantly increas
ing. Many counterfeiters hnvo been
captured and Jrlod during tho past
year, and tho" enforcement of the
Edmunds Act entails much labor and
consumes a great deal of time. Con-
We will cut' you a stylish
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gross, It Is understood, is considering
tho advisability or putting upon mo
slntute books an nntl-gambllng law,
nnd If It should bo necessary to en
force thnt In Hawaii, the work of tho
court would probably bo nearly dou
bled. Thero Is work enough hero
now, snytt Judge Dole, tu keep two
It Is the Idea, If Congress gives
Hawaii n second U. S. Djstrlct Judge,
to havo both sit In Honolulu, thero
bclug only one court, over which tho
two Judges shall prcsldo In turn.
Nearly nil tho work of tho court Is
conflned, to Honolulu nnd thero Is no
necessity of haying either of tho
Judges located In any other town or
Judgo Dolo states that a bill was
Introduced some, tlmo ngo by Dele
gate Kuhlo providing for n second
U. S. District Judge, nnd this bill
has been beforo tho committee for
somo time. The receipt of tho cable
gram last night is taken as meaning
that somo of Hawaii's friends In Con
gress are actively Interesting them
selves In the mntter.
Central Union Church Dorcmus
Scudder, minister. Morning worship
and holy communion nt 11 o'clock;
the minister will preach, subject "Give
Yo Then to Eat." Choir nnd Chorus
will sing Qounod'B Sanctus from St.
Cecilia Mass. Christian Kndenvor nt
C:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock: sermon by the minister, sub
ject, "Portrait of a Man." Tho an
them will be Shelley's "Savior, When
Night Involves tho Skies," sung by
Chester Livingston ' and chorus.
First Methodist Episcopal Chinch
David W. Crano, pastor. Sunday
school, 9: 43 n. in.; International les
son, "Jesus tho Good Shepherd." Morn
ing worship, 11 a. m.; Dr. Wadman,
superintendent of missions, will
preach and administer tho sacrament
of tho Lord's supper, Epworth League,
C:30 p. m. Evening servlcp. 7:30 p. m.
Preacilng by the pastor, sjibject "Soil
Seventh Day Adventlst Tho sor
vices nt tho Adventlst Church, 7C7
Klnau Btreet, will bo ns follows: Sab
bath School at 10 a. m. Suturday. gen
eral .meeting and tho ordinance of tho
Lords supper at 11 a. m. Sunday
ovenlng at 7.30, preaching by tho pas
tor, subject "The Signs of tho Second
Coming of Christ That May Ilo Seen
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Roman Catholic Cathedral 6 a. m.,
low mass with Portuguese Instruction
and holy communion; 7 n. m low
mass with holy communion; u, n. in.,
low mass with tinging and English
sermon; 10:34 n. in., high mass with
Native sermon; 2 p. in., Hosary and
native instruction; 7 p. m., Portuguese
bormou und benediction of the 111. Sac
rament. Friday: -1 and 7 p. m., Sta
tions of tho Cross.
Snlnt Augii3tlno, Wnlklkl Sunday,
0 a. ni., low mass with singing mid
English sermon; .1 p. in., meeting of
tho Sodality of tho 1)1. Vligln. Wed
nesday: 7:30 p. in., Stations of tho
German Lutheran Church Pastor
Folmy. 9:45, Sunday Bcliool; 11, a.
in., service und Konflrmatlons Priio
iung. Tomorrow evening at 7:30 at St.
Androw's Cathedral, lllshop Heslar-i
Ick will give the third lecture of i
cotirso on tho Principles ot tho Chris
tian Religion. Tho subject will bo
"Tho Essential Elements of tho Kc-
llglon of Jesus Christ."
Christian Church; A. C. McKcovcr,
pastor: 9:4S, Illblo school; 11 a. ni..
sermon, "When Do Wo Ilccelvo tho
Spirit?"; 7:30, sermon, "Uelng Jus
tified by Faith, We Havo Peace with
Tho Catholic Church of St. John
tho Baptist, Kallhlwacna; tu charge
of Itev. Father Clement; tomorrow,
April titli, Passion Sunday: 8:30 n.
m., high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday school; 4 p. m., rosary,
The Catholic Church or St. Joseph,
Moanalua; In charge of Itev. Father
Clement; tomorrow, April 5th, Pas
sion Sunday: 11 a. m high mass,
sermon, collection, Sunday school; 3
p. ni., rosary, vtutlons ot tho cross.
Tho Iwllcl matter Is pan, so far as
tho Territorial annul Juiy Is con
cerned. Tho efforts of thoso who havo
been stirring up tho ovll inesa to
havo tho Qraml Jury take action havo
failed, as It was predicted thoy would,
und tho Inquisitors, by their refusal to
havo anything to do with tho mntler
give their tacit approval, at leaBt, to
tho way Iwllcl Is now handled by tho
Hoard of Health nnd tho police.
Tho matter was icforroil by tho
Orand Jmy to a Hub-commllleo, which
lias been Investigating It thoioughly.
Yesterday this sub-coiiiniltteo mado
Its report, stating. It Is understood,
Hint theio wcro no grounds for notion,
und recommending that none bo taken.
So, unless tho Sherlrf ordors tho dis
trict closed up, which Is cmiLTed
lmpiobable, It Is apparent that coudl-
ijons .will remain as they uro now.
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Whitney & Mnrsh havo n now as
sortment of muslin petticoats In reg
ular and train lengths.
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