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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU1. T. IT., MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 190S.
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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1008
Don't lot a few contention squall
lilos hour jour Uepiihiu.111 good n.i-turc.
rrnm wiul ilioiimiml miles dls
taut II .ipiii'iiK thi( Mi. lli'aixt has
complitilt spiked l lie political guns
of Si'iuilor I'liraKci.
Should Hawaii send Chilstlnn An
ilii'WH in i ho Territorial otmte. that
dignified boil will be good for n
woidv win at least ome cnih (lay.
I'slng I ln Senatorial nominations
a a ii waul fur mi'iltorlous seitleo In
tin- lloue l a now Ho nbllcnn foa
t in e that meets with gcneiul nppiov-nl.
Political forecasters may slato
Hunt ton Holt an a possible lender
or tin' ll ket, although !i Ih pitted
ngiiiii-t l he strongest man ot tin- DO
lllOtI .lit. '
Mnv Ailmlral Ilnlllilay pay tlio
Void tlml will make pinlhlo the be
ginning or work on the Fearl Harbor
Nnit Yiiul befoie Hotnotclt goes out
piinron(ly romp or tho Fifth Dis
tikt delegates wcro vol much .islcoii
on Sunday morning, lint llio good
judgment or the candidates should
make up fur the orroia of delegates
who etldently lemalneil late. possibly
a fin lil to go homo In the dnrk.
Hawaii County conventions Bhnped
their tickets with excellent Judg
mi'iit mi r.ir as the candidates for
Sheiirr mill Count). Attorney aie con
cerned. Hut the three tickets for
the Hoard of Suporvlfors will create
n luK-up that will make It mi) one's
iiKht till the totes aie counted.
Japan's welcome of warships wllh
warships Is entlrcl) approiirlate and
the dlsphi) v III bo a magnificent com
liluatlou of filendly forces. Some
people seem to think that It would he
proper for .Inpan to assemble sam
pans for welcoming pin poses, and
Keep the warships out of sight. Hut
tvh) ? i
live mid contains n nunjber if men
whose retold In public life will us
slst ( hem uiateilalb
The un.iiiliuous tiomlnatlnu of Wise
for SheillT. KalauoKalanl foi County
Clerk, and Cathcai t for Count) At
lornev is the best pi oof that could be
onVreil that they will liuvo the miIIiI
suppoit or the party. It also beats
out the conclusion that the crltlr of
Wlse.nnil Cnthcart were not Jusllliul
In the attltJdo assumed lownnl these
men. The nialie-up of the rotiirntlon
was filch that thee tniiilldiite" could
not hao Bne tlirongh without oppo
sition if they larked the coullilenee of
icspouslble p.irt. men and the com
munltr Kenerall. These ranillilaloH
wilt be elected, as will Auditor HIcK
nell. . ho Is espeelull Btioug.
In teiurliiK II, M. on 1 Jolt for
Tieasmer. tlio patty was especially
fm tunate. Of Mr. miu Holt's iiuall
lUatlous for the odlce no nrgumeut Is
necehsaiy, and as u campaigner he
will undoubtedly turn out as one of
the chief suppoits.
Comenllou delegates and party
malingers me to be congiatulatcd on
the manner In which thev have nr
rled through the work of the last
tew days. They should get down to
work immedlateb for united effort In
rolling up a good majoiity for the
It mutters little whether, In the.
esteem of one faction, the political
generals In tho convention wcro found
to lack In Judgment. The foundation
fiat of the whole situation Is Hint
split-ticket otlng.was and Is nt the
bottom of the occasional outcropplngs
of bitter feeling.
When party lines arc more strictly
drawn, there will be an end of tho
ractlonal ilHlhlons that aie had for
the community and thicntcn the
steady progress of local gcH-go em
inent. The average clllrcn who believes
In a squaic deal mid straight politics
will Mite tho straight Republican
V bellee there Is n largo major
ity of such citizens in the Cltj urn!
Count or Honolulu.
Haw in i-i Sugar Stocks and
llonili f the hotter class aie
icgarded as good mid sale In
estinciHi by our most care
ful and iiinitervattvo buluess
men, niul many ot thifm mo
now deilving good lncomei
from ihelr liivcstnfenla In
these sei nrltles. Why not put
thtne Idle ilutlare ot jourB to
work b Ini) Ing n few good
(lHldend-paylng shares? You
will be surprised nt the re
Bulls. Consult us about It
in person or bj m.ill.
5jwr Ijwd fetH
"I do not know much about the
tariff, but I know this much,
when we buy manufactured goods
abroad, we get the goods and
the foreigner gets the money.
When we buy the manufactured
goods at home we get both the
goods and the money."
Hawaii's Prosperity and rapid
American development depends on
continued tariff protection, and tho
vote of the poplc in November should
be a demonstration of where Hawaii
SOME OF ITS MARTYRS
THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Tlio Republican contention nf Sat
urilaj hail moro candidates to name
nuil moiu factions to handle than any
contention tho paity In this Teni
tory has eter hold. The work was
In ought lo a partial completion with
the greatest nienstuo of success. Con
sldeilng the bitter contests that we.-o
waged In ono or two Instances, the
Hl-ftellng uroiiscil wiib Insignificant.
Tho Itepubllcun ticket btrlkcs , a
higher aterago than many oxpeclod.
lonsldeiliiR the complications. As for
the Ii.iii.1i tilings Mild In tho light,
forget them. Stand by tho ticket.
Intll tho situation In tho I'lfth
District is straightened out and the
I Vim th District delegates formally
mime, their slate, tho tlckot can bald
ly ho said to bo complete, hut tho
prospett of a withdrawal In tho Tilth
will piolubly strengthen tho party
on the ' other sldo of Nuunuu", and
Hie t'ourth Is tcttnln to elect all Its
i inundates. The action or the I'lfth
Dlstilct t (invention on Sunday morn
ing was hastv and ill-advised. Suj
pension of tho titles under such cli
fuinstnntos is alwajs dangerous. Wo
bellete Unit serious deliberation ot
tvlile-attnko delegates would havp re
Miltid with much nioi e ciedlt to tho
contention and the delegates.
The tli Let as a whole. Is well Ital
ian od to meet the demands ot all ole
ments. It ileMrtes thu support ot
Republicans and should appeal to nil
Miters Tho Senatorial ticket Is ex
ceptionally strong In trained and ca
pable men. The final Hepresentntlvo
ticket will ho it good setond.
Ith John Lane at the head nf tho
iiiunlilp.il ticket, tho Republicans
ii'iip a joung man who has borved In
jwiii work and In public llfo with
iiodit u himself and the lommunlty.
ung with tho men named on tho
HILiU- it. .ii n: iv.-.s.'.uJJlUITJ5
Two-story house; modem; lot 75x
New 2-bcdroom Buntralow; corner
Lot lUUxt!)U 78U,UU
A choice buiIdmR lot of half an
Two lots near car line on hich
ground, partially cleared. .$800.00
Two-bedroom cottage, good location;
lot 100x150 $2750.00
Liberal terms on all above prop
Corner Fort and Merchant StreetJ.
The Presidential campaign has ta
keiuoti u religious tinge which will
not he objectionable if no-hlttcrness
and peisoual rancor mo Intiodtteed.
We may be assuied fiom tho stmt
at nn tale that the Unitarians will
bo Judicial and dispassionate, for
thiMj qualities ionic to them by in
heritance, and are u part of their
philosophy and ethics. They havo
alwajs stood for llbeity of conscience,
and Thomas Jefferson, ono of their
early members, put their doctrine In
to tho Declaration of Independence.
Thc preach the divinity of man
and the humanity of Jesus; tho In-
tiinslc goodness of the human heart.
Vnil whnteter may be said or ilono
In the heat ot debate, wiltten or oral,
it will he the part of tho llhcial sldo
to pain tin lists only, and to put In
its title light tlio essential belief of
all ITiiltmlans, Tho Unitarian,
whether called Allan, Soclnlnu, Ana-
Haptlst, Unlvcrsnlist, Quarker, or
Waldeslan, has long stiffeicd all
sorts of parbccutlon for his belief In
ono God; for his denial of n Uogmi
fenced upon the primitive ihurdics
by Hmpcror Constantino.
In Kl-fl Adam Duff was burned
alive for his pamphlet denlng tho
deity of Jesus. Ho perished at Dublin.
Win Talfour, II. A., was put to
death for his Arlaulsm In 1122.
In lf2! Lewis Holzer was executed
nt CoiiBtanco for publishing n tract
against tho deity of Cllilst.
In 1539 Catherine Vogel was
ill owned nt the uiaikct-place, Cra
cow, ut the ago ot SO )c.us, for le
fuslng to acknowledge that Jesus
In lfl,IB Stephen Dolet, fiiond of
Seivetus, was buiucd allvo in I'm Is
on St. Stephen's Day.
In lfiCl Geo. Van Harris, a bur
geon, was burned alive at Austin-
I'llais for denial ot the doitrlnes
pioiuulgntcd at tho Cuuncll of Nlcn-ca.
In 15ES M. Servctus, a ploua man
Republican ticket for Supervisors
then N no doubt that ho will give
thi I it j and Count v ot Honolulu two
.n- of piogrebslto administration.
Tho Supervisor ticket la icpicBcntu-
sniirvrh i -
as well as n distinguished ph)slrlnn,
dlstoteier or inihnuti.it y eliiutatlun,
was burned at (leitein nt llio Insliga-
Hon ot Calvin. A monument stands
In this city In honor of tho mnrtK,
nm n gi eater monument Is the (Ic
eland Unltnilmilsiu of tho Oeuctnn
i lunches as now constituted.
ScrtetiH' book "Restoration ot
Cliilbtlnnlty" is u plea for the bIiu-
pllclty of the church ns It existed In
St. l'nul'a time.
In ISfiii 1'ntrlcl; Pathnm suffcretl
In tlio same way nt Uxlirldgc for tho
(iiilrlada nntl Sega wcro both
dt owned In tho jcars li"C2. and 1500
lespeilltely, nt Venlie, for belonging
to the Unitarian Society of Vlicnza
CeutllH, executed nt Heme In 1500
dednied on the scaffold that he died
for the "glory of tho Father."
Fiom 1575 to 1001 Unltnilaus
wero treated with great cruelty ami
their churches Btumped out.
Van rickwjlc was burned tit lltir
ges, 15fl!l, for his Infidelity In deny
ing tho deify of Chi 1st.
Others who died for tho samo cause
were: John Sjltnnus, 1571; Mat
thew Ilamont, 157S; Francis David,
Ii'i"9; John l.ewes, 1583; I'eter Cole.
1571, 1'nleologus, ift Rome, 1185
John Caper, 1009; Tjscovlcus, by tho
Jesuits in 1011; II. Legate, by King
James, who had such regnid lor him
on account of his learning' and no
I llltj of diameter, that ho Interview
ed him personally, begging him to
glto up his disbelief In tlio trlnlt),
but without success; Kdw. Wight
mini, 1012; John Riddle, 1002; Thus.
Aikenhead, Hdlnburgh, 1090.
rrancls Wet, n learned man, was
limned nt Noitvlch In 15S9.
The following account by Rev. Mr.
Htirtou tit tho established ihmch,
shows tho blttciucbs felt against llni-
"The saeied lllhlo almost never out
ot his hands, Himself nhvnvs In pray
or, hU (ongue noter ceased putting
to (Intl. When he went to the lite
ho wnsjclothed In s'liketoth; ho went
Ic-iplug and dancing; being In the
fire nboto twenty minutes together
clapping his hands, he cried nothing
but illcsbcd bo dad! Hlessed bo
Hod'' and bo continued until tho file
had consumed all his nether parts
and until ho was stilled with tho
smoke and ho could speak no longer.
Ml or Which 1 Was Witness or M-
tclf Hut shall Vc think that the
Loid took any delight In tho piayeis
or praises of such n dotil Incarnate?
Far bo It from us. A Btiango and
fearful example of 'a desperate, hnid
cncil, and ctiised' creature,"
Yet, aside fiom" his Ailanlsm, he
was icspected and loved by nil.
William l'enn 'was Imprisoned for
willing n tlnet against the doctrine
of the tiiulty. Many others lint'J
suffcied in v.ulous ways anil places
up to within u comparatively recent
When mv father was a boy (about
1S12), it law was passed grnutt.ig
Illicit of conscience to Hugllsh Unl
tailans, and It was Lord Hiotighnm
who called the attention or tho Home
or Lords to tho fatt that many of tho
noblest Kngllshmeii llko John Mil
ton, John Locke, Isaac New'ton,
Nath. Laidnci. and Halo had been
n. s. coooiiui:.
IIoIikiIim, Hawaii, Sept. 1, 1908.
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Tills prediction wna made today by
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Unl engineer, who has for several
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Intcstlgntlon ot tho United States
Mr. Fcriuild believes that the gas
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lu natal tessels of tho United States
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011 uny tesscl because of Its economy
over the steam engine, but It Is espe
cially desirable on tho lighting ship
tor tho icason that it makes no
smoke, Tlio gas Is geneiated bv :i
pi mincer which linn no chimney and
needs none. The coal Is turned di
rectly Into gas, t4ilch goes sti night
to the engine. ,
The elimination or tho smoke Is
sufllcteut to call for the Installation
of tho gas engine, yet theio 1110 many
other featuies in its fat or. The tes
Bel would havo 11 Tree deck Tor tho
play of Its big guiiB. There would be
no toweling stacks to punctilio or
dcslioy, thus pcihaps cilppliug tho
boat. Then It would bo unnecessary
to cairy as much t,oaI, for the samo
potter can bo dot eloped with one
third lcka thnu the steam engine,
The (Internment thiough tho Ooo-
loglcal Survey has been experiment
ing with tho gas producer ami gas
cngino for Hotcrul yems and has
demonstrated that this typo or cnlud
In 11 stationary plant Is capable ot
generating fiom twiie to tluee times
as much power from 11 git on amount
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It nlso linn shown that tho gas cn
gino can dotclop 111010 power from 11
low-grade coal, such as tho lignite ot
Ninth Dakota, than the steam engine
could with tho samo weight of tho
best bituminous coal.
Tho tests In the gas piodncor at
the Hovel nmont plant hato shown
that many fuels of such low grade
as to bo practically valueless for
steam fnrnnio purposes, Including
Black 10.1l, bono coal, and lignite,
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30,000,000 ncies of public lands nro
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