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EVENINQ nUIXETM, HONOLULU, T. H., TUKSDAV, MAY 4, 1900,
WJLYavnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,, LTD.
At-120 King Street, Hoaoluln, Territory of Hawaii.
Vftfly CTcrj day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER 07 THE ASSOCIATED PBF.SI.
VaIlnco R. Parrlnjeton, - - Editor
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Entered tt the TcMtoflire t lUnolula
m ftnonil cla nutter.
MAY 4, 1909
ZMtSn ASTERS OF THE SACRED HEART.
though in a hovel or a mine, there wlml a wlllIlK.rrnl ch hM (llkt
is fairyland. Xtngsley,
- - r place in tliu leliglous uplrlt of Hawaii
Speak well of llnuuliilii ami uhntiidrico tho SIsterB of the Sacred tlu.irl
11 offers. That the way to speed thojcaino l these Inlands to begin their
bust progress nr a growing ciituimitilly. i work, fifty juars ago.
"" - " ' How tin b.urleia uf cant mill preju
. Siivak.wvll uf Hnuitltilti ami whit itj.ilct- luU' biui steadily loudcd mini
offers. That's tin- wiij to bic.I lliu .ow , ,,,,,, uf ,.vt.rj Kind more near
(bestYrognss of a growing community. Iy collu ,.,,. ,, t'liilBtlanlty.
- ' I Kitty jears ngo whs It i(ivllil for
- l-n-villl-iu "' I" " Hi:.tii 1-v.ii..,..,,, ..,... ,., ,,,
I... I ,..1.11..... ..I 1. I.. I.I- P..-...,
"university by liberal mo of tlio Ills
Under tlio derision of tlio Supreme
Court lliu railroads must do It under
'another name If they hope to own the
1'eople having tlio liablt of person il
(blander wi-lt established turn natural
I) to selfish, earplug criticism of Ih.-lr
.town mid Nation.
When tlio United States begins to
' lu everything? Wo Judgo not.
In all the material piogicss, tlieru
has been nothing moro marked In the
development of theso Islands tliim tho
broadening of Clnltitlaulty iib pine
Used until It better bespeaks tho mes
sage of the Master. Tlio people ma)
not be as religious but they nro better
acquainted with the Golden Utile.
I-Tfty yearB ago It would hao been
lmiiosslblo to luno witnessed an Inci
dent of a few months ngo when tho
head of the local Itomau Catholic Mis
sion took part lu a meeting held lu the
iknow tho moaning of bread riots, then - A. ' " "'- I'Jstors ol
ftho immlimlutors of the wheat nit may ovuugellcnl churches. 1 ifty earB ago
eeu the Invitation to co-operate lu
civic affairs would have been scorned
K thought of.
Kilty years ago the Hues were harsh
ly, even bitterly, drawn In religious
Iters and carried Into tho everyday
l.iu of the community.
Today our people may satisfy the
Iwell bo on guard.
Minister Ilnckhlll transferred from
JPekln to St. Petersburg Is significant
of tho President's opinion of where
our men best schooled In Oriental pol
itics should be placed.
? Honolulu Is going ahead steadily x'omands of consclenco under u variety
.mid will movo'tiinro rapidly when It .'' religious names but the great major
ity accept good Intentions ami good
works without regard for sectarian
And who can estimate the Inllucuco
those Sisters of the Sucred Heart liavo
exerted In bringing about these higher
Consecrated to their work, their life
was a standing rebuke to the intoler
ant and u dully lesson In sclf-sacrlflce.
This Is the practical religion that ap
peals to all mankind and melts the
heart of stone. Thcbo women sound-
lias locally-owned steamship lines, car
rying the freight- and passengers tu-
mid from the mainland.
I There were sincere words of coni
uienduttou for thu Judicial sen ices of
Associate Justice Walter J. ISalloti.
Oil. Wulllo! When dhl you change
Homes for Sale
Fort St., 2 B. B
Kaimuki, 2 B. R ..
Bccklcyst., 2B. It ..
Fort st 2 B. B ...
Kaili ave., 2 B, R ...
Pacific Heights Rd., 2
Elm st 3 B. R ...
Makiki st,, 3 B. R
Magazine st.. 2 B, R .
Mnkce Rd.. 2 B, R...
Bates st., 3 B. R
College Hills. 2 B.R..
Dinond Head, 4 B, B.
Waikiki, 2 B R ...
New 5-room house, College
Hills, on car line: modern im.
provements. Price $34.00.
2 lots, each 75x200; one
half block from car line. Price
Young st., 2 B. R ...$ 30.00
SDcnccr st.. 2 B. R
Bcrctania st., 2 B. R. .
Manoa Road, 2 3, R..
Manoa Road, 2 B. R..
Kalakaun nvc, 4 B. R
Fort St., 3 B. R ....
Kinau st., 5 B. R. .
Alexander st., 3 B. R.
Diaond, 7 B. R
Emma st., 1 B R
Trent Trust Company, Ltd-
AT PRICES THAT ARE
ready to take tl -r In Amd
A .lapatiiHo m inihli-p servlci be
tween San niiau mid the Orient Is
proposed, and .ni.iiigeiiu-nls an- under
way by which .Mexico will subaldlio a
Japanese line lu conneelluu with the
TehuaiileiK e railway. Alreadv u
South American scrvje
ports has been rstali
ship building plants h.no ocen in
stalled In Japan, and they are turnlm;
out as good woik as nuj thing done on
the Clyde. The Japanese have gone
after tlio business with subsidies for
shipping and tiny nro getting It. The
Amcrltiins pay no subsidies, and llnlr
ships nro disappearing from the Pacific.
houses to let. ' CONG. BURTON HARRISON I
10.00 I TT- m
15.00 WE 3S I
is.. i-,irirF5rp dzMiMftMrngg. I
R,OHT Msslmmmmm, I
mm Wt wI
&. ,-- ' 'immi&xm &&&&
dipt. Mahau has dono tho country
ntiollii.T act of kindliness. Ho points
to tho growing; German n.ny as a point ed no praises other than lu the name
of danger. This should hold 'em for j of Christ, tho Lord. They rough! no
a while and ghe us a rest on the folly . personal gain and their minds tir-ictl
of the Jap-uu-FC Kcaro.
As tho Queen's Hospital question
conies before tho city of Honolulu, it
Is merely a matter of whether this city
will care for Its Indigent sick, hitherto
v provided out of Tenltorlal funds. This
tliould be quickly solved.
A person soured by falluro to graft
tho whole Dam fundi on tho free pas
senger list of American steamships Is
one who might bo oxpictcd to attack
all American steamship lines and bo
qullo satisfied to huve our country's
flag fly over freighters only.
to no other icward than that or ihe
Master, "Well done thou garni mid
faithful, servant." Ihej Illuminated a
As one contemplates the hair-con-lin
accomplishments of th Slbters
of tho Sarred Heart In Hawaii, hu
mud bo Impressed that the greatest
victories of llfo nro wrought through n
llfo of consecration to 11 Christian
Ideal. Not from the heals popularly
acclaimed ns mighty Is tlio greatest
power for this world's good always ex
ercised. All Haw-all honors Ihe Sisters now
living to celebrate the fiftieth anni
versary of tho entranco of the Order
Into theso Islands ami i even's tho
memory of those pasped to other re
ward. Many of our men and women
Collier's Weekly does not npproo of
f.- 1.., lrllllll,U .tu AllllvluunilllH t. I1ri.nl
Ilrllnln. and gives signs of discovering ib"yH ! "Irl haw Iwcn ravored with
that President Tuft has worn out tho ,'urM,"al :l'lngs from these women.
cloak of adoration with which ho was
smothered Immediately follow lug the
Inauguration nnd Is now- In u condition
to bo criticised.
llCvery puiboii who has lived lu tho Is
lands for any tlmo has come within
the field of their good lullueiiee.
Wlillo history Is written their name
shall bo blessed.
KNIFING THE NATION AND
. KNOCKING HONOLULU.
Theio Is nmplo accommodation for
nil the outgoing passengers who wish
to leave this city for San Francisco
at the present tlmo. Tho steamship
Knrcu, leaving this nfternoon, is filled
Tho steamship Alameda, leaving tt
morrow, lm romfortablo' accommoda
tions for twenty itilditlonul passengers
and coiild tike more If ncpcssiiry.
i There Is not the slightest foundation
for tho assertion made that passed-'
gcrB cannot get nwny from this port
on account of the tlirongli liner belnB.
filled to capacity. j
,Tho effoit to build up arguments on
dollherato misstatements H r0 well
understood locally that It falls uttUrly
In Its mission to destroy even v.hut Is
left of tho American tneichant marine.
Tho willlngnos.s of the person voic
ing tho disgraceful propaganda that
tho American merchant limilne shall
become furlhcr degraded till It Is rep
resented tin the high sens by nnlhlng
but freighters, proven that tho enemies
of'tho country are not confined to fnr
eljners, nor knockers to alleged din
WHOSE UM IS THE PACIFIC.
The San Krnnclsco Call makes the
following editorial comment on tho
status of merchant marine lu tho I'a
How long will It bo, commercially
speaking, before tho Pacific ocean
shall be convened Into a Jupaneso
liiko? Already tho Japanese an
crovvdlng the l.'ngllsh and nerman
lines off tho seas in the Orient, and
tho American merchant marine long
ago became n negligible quantity. Now
Japanese steamship Hues on the Pa
cific nro constantly appearing, and tho
finest ships that como Into this port
belong to that nation,
Tio Manila Cable NcwB-Amerlcan ro
Tho Osaka Shnsen Kalsha con
templates starting,-a new Pacific
Jlng between Hongkong ami
' "America In Juno.noxt, six steam-
eis aro to ho omplned lu tlio
Bf-nicn, i-'lvo of theso nro still on
Hie stocKn, Tho Tacomu Mam
was inuiicliV... from tho Kawasaki
dockyard on January 8, nnd tho
Chicago Mam Is expected to bo
Canadian Shingles Advance. Vqiii
couver, I). C, April 20. Ilrlllfh CoJuni-
bin shingles ndvunccd In pricH. i 10
cents today. This Increase has, been
expected for the last three wces by
I lie trade, owing to the fact that mills
havo for oer a month been Inundated
Pns Ncsvfil,' -i-r -
A property situated in one of tho
best resident sections of Honolulu,
assuring good class of tenants and
.Offered for sale at figure that will
net 10 to the buyer. This is an ex
ceptional bargain, and, if not sold,
will be withdrawn at the end of ten
Furnished Cottage on the beach at
Waikiki in the Kapiolani Park Sec
tion, Waterhouse Trust
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
CASE UP IN COURT
;-o ...r.U.iV High Wage Show Alleged
dished, tlieatl -.
io be uause ui
Ijlevcn Japanese who wero ai rest
ed at Alea Mimo time ago, nnd who
line been out under bonds for tho
pant couple of weeks, wero up bcfoiu
Judge Andrndo this morning. They
were charged with having assaulted
Mlngl, a countryman, by locking him
! up In a room unci beating him.
I Tho trouble becms to htivo nrlscn
'out ot a statement w)ilch Mlngl is
bald to havo made with referenco to
who Is n wcll-
.tnpauoc. Mlngl ac
cused Salltl of having accepted l
as a brlbo to endeavor to stop tho
show which wb to bcblvcn by the
"High Wage rtssoilatlbrWtl! Alea !abt
lnhrtli:1' '' i---r.ia '
SalkV denied havlnc"'bWrl1'tJribed
nnd demanded that Mlagf'slfo'lllil'slgn
n statement to tlio elTect tlllli hc'lind
tolil'hnIlimtrtith'w!ic!f rUt'litiil stilted
lWit"he (S-sll.1) lintVliediru'rlbi'll' by
tho managei- ot Alth. ' I
A bunch of-'Siil.l's friends nro nl-f
leged to havo'g'utten Mlagl Into it
room nnd to have proceeded to tin ash.
him In a highly scientific manner
until he, through fear, signed tlio
statement to tho effect that ho had
The statement reads ns follows:
"1 decl.ue that I was wrong In stilt
ing Hint SaiKI received 2Ti from the
manager ot Alea plantation to Mop
tho High Wiige show at tho planta
tion. 1 dul npologlzo for tho state
ment." Attome Peters Is prosecuting tlio
cube, nnd 1'innk Thompson la attor
ney for the dofenso. Tho'enso was
only started this morning, nnd bids
fair to last considerable time, us
thero nrn qullo a number tit JapancEo
Certainly no one can find fault with
the .lupaiicsc fur their appreciation of
the great opportunity before them nnd
tlio vigor with which they grasp It.
Hut where would Hawaii stand If I'
surrenue ec. ,,, on reman n man WnlBtnr1 SuM M
the United State., has on the ship- R ARil j 'w.
ping ui cue nielli .
Kvery national Innics' hould lend
tho peoplo of hvtii Island.' to fight for
tho subsidy nnd stand l American'
ships to the hut ditch. And fortunate
ly nt the present time tho contest Is
not a losing one. It Is gaining re
cruits thtoughout the country nnd
Congress will act a I its next session
MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makcc Island Afinc house
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modern stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
rncific Heights. -A
modern 12-rcom l:--,sc,
with sis bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
FRANCIS JBUXTON HARRISON
Congiessman lliiilon Harrison of New Ymk SUHo Is making quite n rec
ord for himself III the National l.c-qlhlaluic. lu the recent contest mcr Ihe
rules of tho Hoil"o lie was one of tho Democrats who went with Co-i;;i-c-niaii
Fitzgerald well known lu Haw-all, Hi Joining v.Illi the regular Hopabll
cans In saving the Speaker from olio-.- defeat
witnesses ti, ho examined.
LnRNAGll TO SPEND
Dcputv Attorney General Lnrnach
will leave iu the Alnmedii tomorrow
for a six uceku vacation ttlp to Cali
fornia. Mr 1,'urmicli hns been very
heavily winked of lalo, a latgo propor
tion of the work of Jlio ofTleo falling
upon his i In ublers, nnd ho Is consid
erably pl.iv,,i out physically. It bo
came cm i ilnl for him Io tako n test,
mil he will .pond puit nt his vacation
lu tlio mmi.itnliiM of California, where
lie h.Ks Unit tramping wllh n rtnl
along Mime of tho trout dreams may
put him Into good shape again,
Mr. i.-iitncli, for etnno peculiar rea
ion will i ihab'y not bo appointed to
the ptnlii- of Deputy Attorney (leu-
NOW MARKING TIME
Perry's Appointment Is
f J Not Yet Officially
Pending tlio receipt of tin official an
nouncement of tho appointment of An-
lonloj'oiry to tho plnco on tho Su
IircnuK llencli vacated by tho resigna
tion of Justice llnllon, tho Court la do
lug nothing, This Is necessitated by
tho passage of n law by tho recent leg
islature which gives tho part leu to any
action heroic tho court tho right of a
hearing by the full court.
Although Perry has been nomlnntcd
for tho Justiceship by tho President,
ho has not jet been confirmed by the
Senate. Jt Is expected, however, that
the nomination will bo passed "lion by
tho Semite wimu tlmo this week,
- t -r-t--f-t- -r-f-t--f
crnl and will ;:o out of office nt tho cm)
of June'. At that tlmo ho cxiccts to
open an olllco of his own nnd will en
gage In private practice. The excel
lent record he has Hindu In his present
position should ensure him u good cli
entage! fiom tho stnrt. General dis
appointment Is fell over tlio apparent
detcimliiatlon of Attorney General
Hcmeuwny not tu appoint, Mr. I.nruacli
MILES OF SEA BRIDOED BY ONE
. La. .OUll IIII.MH
1 uu-jpri- irFDIJCT
Made to Order
Ve liave jnst installed a
machine for making' cloth
covered buttons in sizes from
18 to 30 from any material.
A NEW STOCK OF
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
we can please you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Pic t nine
Wc have the finest and most com-
pletc line of mouldings in Honolulu.
Ready-made . frames in wood nnd
.,(!. n .;.i. j .:... " ": 3 H
lunula H.ll S14..9 niiu fllllD. . T
Wc do onlyytlic best class of work.
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Weekly Bulletin SX Pqv Year