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nVKNINO nUI.UlTIN, HONOLULU, T. II . MONDAY, mi 1. 1909.
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Wnllnoo R. Parrlnston, - - Editor
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(Jiiccn l.llhitmkliinl li ii Hie mill
port of nil Hawaii in liei rlilin pit-
(ICIltetl lU tllO lVllCUll (lOl lllllllllt
If jou ltno mirplu" ih Hint ou
lmc Rnlnril fiimi the piospurlt) of
Iliinnll, use It tu help m.iku llonei
I ii hi grim
llulurtlmi In the prlcr of cnnneil
plntapplin "III iiim' cm re titan one
iitiimehtililer to Mini) whether plum
lii.i be Milntltiitetl for meat.
Iluiiiiliilii appears to lie le-nln In
reputation an .in cntlitmlai'tlc lime
tin II tow ii tliiiiiKli It 111.15 reUo tin
dir the tonic of reiluccil prices of ail'
The man wliiisc il speptlc Mini
Klin ll I 111 a rIooiio le of the pant
mill futiiro a eneh niiirnliiR arrives
n tr Ihih I ice n anil Is never HcKly to
In one of the Inillilcrs for a greater
mill better Honolulu.
An) man or uimulmitlon that will
glie llonoliiht a Urst-eliisi telephone
njbti in nnmt be ntinibcreel unions
tlioe nlnieiat philanthropists There
was a time when llonoltilti led the
world for telephone tervko
O Smith has struck a ery ior
rict kail when he Joins tho opposi
tion to an cxe limine or sale of public
piopert) within the htisintss center
of Honolulu l"erj da) that passes
iraKes such land ontre valuable to
the uses of the people
Over $11,000,000. worth of Ha
wnllan products were sold In tlm
markets of the United States main
land during the eleven months end
ing with Novemlxd Now, Kentle-
I icn. have ou nteil Hint iiitine) to
promote the furtlttr lirosperltj of
Hawaii"- Have jou Invested It III
home securities and now Industries
for the further development of tho
Mr Spalding Is right The Tcrrl
torlil (iovcrnment must Increase, its
income or retrench If It Is to keep
within the present Income One of
the first hteps In retrenchment should
bo the elimination of unnecessary
Terrlloilil depirtmcnts whoso pres
cut duties are or should be perform
ed b the ('mm tv and municipal au
thorities Then raise the Income tax
mid the exemption
TAX FOR INCREASED MILITIA.
Among the vnilous kIiciius of tax
ation put to the front nt this time
thero Is none more attractive than
the assessment of the owners of llrc
m ms to pa) the added expense of an
inci eased National (lii.it il
Hawaii needs a larget National
Guard, and In turn the volunteer
tioops of tho Teirltor) me entitled
to better equipment and more torn
foitnblc iuartcrs 1 he National
Government has expended over $-H.-000
for tho support of our lullllla
during the biennial period The ma
jor shnro of this has gone Into the
coffers of local people
Tho least the Terrltoi) can do 3
inlbo n fund that will properly sup
plement tho i'eeleriil appropriation
-No one Is bettor ublc to stand the spc
tiiil tax that rnnt bo necessary th 111
the owitcis of firearms
WHAT THE PEOPLE EXPECT.
Tho public officer who apologizes
foi himself bv dim glug that tho oth
ti fellow k another' does not lll-
splro u high avnago of confidents
uniting his (onitltticnts
This Is where some of tho Super
visors hnvo erred In the recont city
tiouhlcs mid tin Mimii guided by
Ills ndvlsois has been too fieeiuciit.
ly nt fault
Tho people m k a irogUBslvo,
luompt, Inlolllgcnt mlmlnlstrutlou of
the affulrs of tho clt If In the es
teem of tho Mayor nnd the lloird of
Supervisors, the) hnvo lecelvul It
during the period when the tonillet
Supervisors, this has been given
mass of wordy wnrfaic, then thej
the people, must stand cotrccted as
being the ones In error 1ho have
not folt that waj, howover,
Conscriticntly tho Itepuhllcnn vot
ers of tho lty view with not it little
fmtlsfactlnu tho prospect of Ihu dls
imted points of thu municipal law bu-
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Trr Sia Month . m .Bo
rtr Yrr anh?re III U 1 l.oo
Pel Yt?r aii)whrrelti Canada l.flo
PcMear MiiaM lortlgn 3.oo
Entered at Hie TostolTicr at Honolulu
m nt-coml clat muter
FEBRUARY 1, 1003
liiB tiiKen before the Supreme Court
with all the haute that Is possible and
ee,er nil the Hue points capable of
lniRrcsKlv business nilmlnlstra.
tlon Is expected from tho city gu
Kinmciit BISH0P ADDRESSES
(Continued from Paso 1)
to the numbers picient, who moso
mid greeted tho two distinguished
gentlemen Hcv. Mr McKccver then
llitioduccil the lllshop
lllshop Smith spoke In part as fol
' I am glad to meet 3011 nnd greet
veil on these beautiful Islands This
Is ni Ilrst tilp here and It Is a pleas
ure to come to 51m now at this bca
sou nnd find nu living in sunshine
nnd rainbows I would not presume
to Instruct or to exhort sou on mat
ters concerning which ou are better
posted than I, but I have tome to
meet uu fan to fnco nnd to rcnilT
ntslstance which mav bo rc'iuticd of
me. In the uplifting of Cod's king
dom ' During the 1 1st four months I
have been tinvellug extensive)) In
Oklnhom 1 mid Texas My Ilrst trip
there was 111 the autumn Those ills
tricts nre rich In soli, rich In miner'
ul, mid rich In climate The) aic
developing with marked lapldlt). A
fev seats ago there was not a nulu
of street car truck tu Oknlohim Clt)
but now Hues me rnpldl) nnd sub
"Churches have been unable to
keep up with their field becauso
theie were not enough men In the
field to carr) on the work. Tho
churches me spending more money
to keep up with thoie udvmieed peo
ple 'I ho pastors nro heroic The)
pieich along the i.illrcmd side onco
11 month or twice a month During
in) stit) thero I helped them along
llrcthrcn nre sent out along the Mil--
A very attractive cottage near the
car line, nt a bargain for the next
Building lot, Manoa Road; 36,000
sq, ft., price ?1600.
Building lot on East Manoa Road,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
K A I M U K I
House and lot on Cocoa Avenue;
lot 10,000 so. ft, corner lot, and
modern house, price $3500.
Eight lots, cleared and fenced, cor.
Eighth and Mauna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor, Seventh and
Mauna Loa, 00,000 sq, ft , improved,
modern cottage, new, price $3150.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L IHI
Gulick Ave, modern cottage, lot
100x100. Price $2100.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
on arriving and departing
steamers appreciate your sen
ding a , .
le)s nnd mountainsides to help tho
churches of (lod.
This Is n cosmopolitan country,
as )oti have omre nationalities to
deal with 1 find leis prejudice
shawii hero than anywhere else.
There Is nothing to prevent us from
reaching those whom We want to
bring in touch with Clod's work. In
this grent work jou have my earnest
sjmpnthy for Its upbuilding. I have
been a resident of Pittsburg for more
than fifty cnrs and I find the growth
rapid of fraternity among national!
"Wo recognize that Christ's scrv-
nnls should have cooperation nnd
federation There ought not to bo
too lunny branches of reforms. Let
us unite ourselves under ono flag nnd
one command and march forward for
the success of Rod's kingdom "
Following the lllshop, Itev John
T Jones nddresscd the congregation
in n way that won for him tho ad
miration, the s)mpath), nnd the
'Aloha" of those present During
his brief speech he asked tho cooper
ation the friendship, nnd the assist
ance of the members of the Mlustc-
rlnl t'nlon lief nre his arrival, Mr,
Jones was iinanlmnusi) elected n
member of the Ministerial I'nlon, for
which honor ho thanked tho moni
tors todii) He stated that he canto
heio to build the kingdom of Cod
fiist and to build up the M,cthodlst
The meeting of the Ministerial Co
lon was conducted milctl) this morn
ing, but when the Hcv Mr Until of
the Palatini Chapel arrived ho asek'l
that the reporter who was present bo
not allowed to remain In the meet
ing, ns it hud been veiled at a pre
vious meeting to exclude newspaper
men The matter, however was soon
adjusted b) a motion b brother John
.Martin, that the presence of a to
prrter was desirable In view of tho
picscncc and address of lllshop Smith.
Tho motion prevailed
Senator DIcke), who arrived late,
reported for the eommlttco on di
vorce lie slated that tho matter
hid been discussed tin tho committee
had rcfeired over to tho Attorney
One of Hie most Important icsolu-
tlons passed nt the meeting was with
regard to the distribution of icllgtous
literature to tho public nnd private
schools The meeting decided that
Ma) ll'.th, the Sabbith, should be
observed throughout tho churches
litre as "Peace Da) "
Among those present nt the meet
ing wcie the Itev Mr McKccver,
Sctidder, V II Oleson, Moses Nnku-
Ir.a, II P Judd, Theodore Itlchnrds,
Ohumtirn, Shlniimiirn, O I Gulick,
Sccrctnr) Super of the Y. M. C A.,
Mr. Itldcr, Itev. Mr. Until, Schcjle),
John T Jones, lllshop C. V Smith,
Itldcr Williams, President Home of
Knmehnmehn Schools, John Mnrtln
Hcv Knjlio, Itev. John Wndmun, nnd
BY KAHULUI AUTO
(Special to the 11 11 1 I n t I ni
WAIIA'KU. Maul. Jan 29 List
luesiln) afternoon on automobile dri
ven Ii) I N S Williams, superinten
dent or the Kahuliil Hallwn) Com
pi.ii), collliled with n deliver) wngiui
belonging to AuS i:nos, and driven
b) Ills milll Tho collision liuik nlnen
oulsldo of Judge A. N Kcpolkal's
.Main street residence Mr. Williams
was coming up tho street while Mr.
hnos dellveiy wagon was coming
from Supervisor T. II. Lvnns' comer
on Hmiiiwakl sticet. When Mr.
Williams saw that a collision was In.
cv liable, he stopped his machine sud
denly, hut It was m heavy that it
struck tho vvngon with pretty good
forco and knocked the velilri,. nr
scattering sugar and other things on
tho street Two men on tho wagon
vveio thiown to tho ground, while
the horse wns nlbo knocked, but lie.
Ing a very tame animal, It did not
miiko very much fuss Several spokes
of the wagon wheels were broken ho
sides other minor damage
Mr Williams will make cond for
tho mishap to the wagon. Tho two
Portuguese bo)s on tho vvngon nnd
.Mr. Williams vvero not Inirt In tho
MclNTVHi: In Collego Hills, liinn ir)
31, 19119, lo Mr and Mrs Malcolm
Maclnt)io, n daughter
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Our Annual Sale
Monday, Feb. 1st.
Cloth by the yard with Napkins to
match. Prices greatly reduced.
Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Columbus. Ohio "I have taken
Lvelin K. l'lnklmin's Vecetablo Com.
pound 11 11 r 1 11 r
chnnife of life. My
doctor told mo it
was good, nndslnrc
taking It I fpol so
much better that I
can do all my work
igiln. I think
nound a fine remedy
tor all woman's
troubles, and I
never forcret to tell
my friends what It has clone for me."
Mrs;. Hanson, 304 East Long St ,
Another Woman Helped.
Granltevllle, Vt. " I was passing
through the Change of 1,1 f 0 anil suffered
from nervousness ami other annoying
symptoms. LydlaP, l'liikharhs Vego
tnblo Compound restored myhcatthand
strength, and proved worth mountains
of gold to me. For the sake of other
suffering women I am willing you
should publish my letter." ln".
CitAnr.FS Hakclai, H.F.D., Granlto
Women w ho are pissing through this
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culiar to their sex should not lose sight
of tho fact that for thirty years L)dla
E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
which Is made from roots and herbs,
has beon the stindarel remedy for
female ills. In almost every commu
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been restored to health by L)dla 1".
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Sir Oliver Lodge, tho celebrated
scientist, has set London OBtlr with
the declaration that ho has discover
ed a plan whered) It will be posslblo
lo abolish thnt nrch enemy of busi
ness and traffic, the London fog. Sir
Oliver has been i.irr.vlng on experi
ments for some time, nnd n sjndlcate
lias been formed to mnko n test of
his discovery on n largo scale Sir
Oliver claims thnt ho Is able to ellspel
banks of fogs by electrical discharg
es The Weakly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give a complete summary of
the news of the day.
room, 2 be ill 00111 house
wllli modern convenienc
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