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RVRN'tN'Q nUIXRTlN. HONOLULU, T It, BATimDAY, MAY 8, 1009.
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.t&ffiY.Bd WEEia I'auluhed by BULLETIN I'UBLISIIINQ CO. LIU
it I2u King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
filgj evert it except Sunday. Weekly iisued on Tuesday of rata wa,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI
Vallncn R. Purrlnjrton, Ltdltor
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Pet et,ustpaid,(oicii.n 12.00
CtllCULATION LARGEST Of AM
vin the Territory of Hawaii,
( Ec.1it.oriu. Rooms, - 185
'iBusineas Office, - 256
Good nature is itself the most
recious Ritt ot Heaven, sprcadine
.tself like oil over the troubled sea
el thought, and kceumg the mind
mooth and equable in the roughest
.veother. Washington living.
II In nlwiiw i mhiiI plan In hasp
mil in (ton mill iirl3 mi what will
lp lloni In ' ii
Tim popli of this Turrltur) should
-t Intilml Ihr protection camp.riKU
r the pim apple Industr) Willi .ill the'
Itror tin i in muster.
Mr Kuirbanks lias come'throuBh the
iiiiiml of lltiwnll'ii I'titcrtulnmcnt honr
i ami liapi. 'Which shows Unit an
"ili'T j' our American Hlalusinon In
iD'fTiilh and wnmb rfull mndo
Mntln I'm 'ImnM lie (ibsincd in
Ramu uP''lat( iiiiiiuirr ti) MiTy
person vim bin u st nk (if 1io for
ttio hnm Tn hiii'i-i al tills ilnv mid
tbe bvaiitltul tliiiimlit It umboillos la
tho ucl if -i iloRouerntP.
Tho Hanuli Hi'rnld says tho Mill
I p 1 1 n ha Hiwurvd nt tlip Oroeks This
la M'r iinlMU' and It nonhl ho Impos
allilo omwa) while the incrr ol(u of
Demosthenes I.ycnirBUs reverberates
among the hills mul qIch nf llnw.ill
Governor rreur's objection t'u Charlie
Htistacc an Trvusiircr la said to ho
that "ho la too young" Thero's no
tollliiK wluif tlio'liovcmor'a Ideas of
ago may he but while Charlie was
rhalrmun of the llnnid of SuperWsors
bo prmnl that he liml (lit his co
Hawaii County's new pollco 1i.it o
cnpturiil mi escaped convict who has
sucee'c led In hiding the authorities
for seven years When tho County
niukis in equally good record In hand
ling lis toads, thut huvo been so long
fioo frotii npalr Ii will cimm to ho
one of the inisroit iiiioh of local sJf
goveiumi nl I luil h is uperated (o elieel.
the advance of the whole movement
THE SLTTLEMhNTS FILMS.
Complete piiblirliv mver harmed
anjone. in any commimliy. It dots
good and ellmlnntes in m false lniires
clous. It Is a question of serious doubt
however as to vvhtu vtout the Terri
tory of Hawaii will gain complete, pub
lltlty from the llunliie Dims of tin.
IpCr sottlemeni. whlih this paper
uridorstatuU are m go into the general
nvenul'B of trade at n miii h per"
These lllms dlsplued b someone
who undoi-stauds the laits of the set
tlement illid able to explain the (onill
1 iniiH In an nccuiate nnd dispassloiiatn
in, inner, might lie lp and would not
Hut It Is doubtful that one out of ten
of ttut Ilium will full Into the hands of.
such a pcieoii.
The pictures will appeal to the uvi r
ago ulcklo theater man as sensation il
eomothlng to diavv tho ioui, and thc
will be "plnjcd up" iic(oiding.v
1'roin a bUfluess fctnililpolnt lloulue
has u Mild mlno in llto lllms. Ho will
have onlors'foi ten loier settlemtnl
lllms to one of tho Mural pat ado.
And yet it Is by tho 'total parade
that Hawaii wishes to bo Judged.
The rails of the settlement iiud Its
ittieudant T rrltoit.il piohh ms aro sad
enough Can It help art to open tho
import null v tin nulloih to glvo flee
rein In tin I'r Imagination In diluting
on Mm Inn mi h -without thlnkltfg or
knowing 1 1 tin alb vlatlon In nrdtr to
iltlr.Kt tin lllllllllri?
'In tin iiiluds nf many, to merely
ralw tin ipun lb to pur It mildly,
DREAD AND OURJiMIBLING LAWS.
One of tho llvisi piibllratlons In
the list of national weeklies Is l.a
riillclto's The new wiekl) magiuliie
published under the dim Hon of
I United rilutoH Kinuioi Itobui M
La I'olletle 'fhu Ideas of this Jour
iml uro distinctly advauecd, but
novertholcs8 nf tho diameter that
niipcal to u Bteadlly lucicaslng num
ber nf thinking Americans
Tho (bsuo iccclved In tho last mall
hiiH some vory portlnctit lommcnt
on tho prlro of broad as conti rilled
by thf? operations or Jlr. Putten, who
cornered tho wheat imrkot lit Chca
fei S11 Mourns a) ,fio
l'er or anirohet In U S 1. 00
Pet W anywhere In Canada I. no
Per cat puitpald, foreign ., . 3.00
bnlcreil At the TcMtofTife at Honolulu
a. tt-rmul clan nutter
MAY 8, 1909
go unit made sotrritl mill ItitiH of dol
lars that o i (iiiHtttnrrn are now pi
ItiK up tliiouch the purihiise of life's
"I.n rollolto's" tolls what would
he done to Patten In Ucrmany, and
notes 1 Inferenco what should tin
done to all of his kind In tho United
'Wo Amerlrans, beliiK the smart-1
est pcoplo under tho sun, do not tare
ilo adopt tho Institutions of the effote
i monarchies of Ihiropo," writes tho
1. 1 Toilette's" editor 'Tar from
It Hut It m.ij bo Interesting to note
that If Mr I'.itten. who waited un
til the fanner had no wheat anil
then boosted tho prko through n
sMllfull worked comer, had lived
in lleilln, lie would now ha explain
ing to the authorities Instead of tho
reporters. 0cr there grain dealers
are obliged to gain permission of'tho
authorities before they can opernto
Jn futures, and when tho "longs'
tntcli tho "shorts" n In I'nttcn, tho
victims nu settle with tho I'nttcn
of the occasion by paying him six
per. tout on tho nerage price In
stead of going Into convulsions and
"It seems much more our way,
however, to let tho bulls make tho
bears ilame, while tho bakers ralso
tho price of bread, and tho mills
shut down business Mr. Patten's
wheat Is worth moro to spcculato
with thnn It Is to grind. And Is too
rl h for tho plain people's blood. Odd
people, those (lertunns, nren't thoy?"
People passing through this port
after a lapse of ten or even flvo jenrs
all sicak nf the grent change for tho
butter In this city. All wo have to do
Is add several hundred per cent to
what has been done, In tho past In order
to reach a fair estimate of what tho
conditions will bo In tho near future,
Honolulu will never go back, while
business Is dono in tho Pacific.
MEN'S LEAGIIESAND POLITICS.
Hoululu has n Men's League, and
It appears to be a good Institution
Its members nre boon to havo a gen
eral assembly at which homo of
wdi will be reminded that thero Is
uJRiIcil,'b League and that thoy aro
Indeed members. Mnny of our peo
ple requlie theso rtmlndcrs becauro
thi) Join a multitude of good move
ments nnd do not ulwajs keep track
of all of them except to grudgingly
reward tho lolIeUor who conies for
And since Honolulu's Men's League
should take a lively interest In pub
lie affairs, Its members must havo n
personal Interest in what Is dono by
kit her Men's Leagues and tho re
marks made to tho Men's Lcnguo of
(aklaiid by tho Major of that city.
The Pasadena Now a comments on
tho Oakland Incident editorially In
terms thut nro bo pertinent to tho
Honolulu situation cxtcpt that our
affairs nro not In tho hands of po
litical grafters who protect moral
TottcuncBS that wo present It llcto
for tho benefit of nil citizens, In
All u'h Lugucs und nut of them, who
cnmplnln of tho rottenness of "poll
ties" nnd do nothing themselves;
"Major Mott of Oakland wns le
ronjly Invited to nddress tho Man's)
Lcnguo of tho Plrst Congregational
Church ot that city, consisting of
Boino UOO men of UiuraUor and bo
(lal and business standing, who
would probably pass muster ns a vory
fair icprcscntatlon of tho :iirlstlun
(Itlzenshlp of an up-to-duto city.
.Major Mott tohl theso well-dressed
and well-behaved gentlemen that ot
tho Immoral clement In Oakland not
more than ten pr cent full to go tit
tho polls and vuto, whllo fifty per
cent of tho so-called 'best citizens'
lould not bo depended upon to rcath
tho polls unassisted.
"I2x option was tnlcen to tho May
or's criticism, and n discussion fol-
fowl d which finally rcsultod In n
icquest that ull thoso present nt
tho banquet who had voted at tho
i(i out dty election should stand.
Appioxlmutnly half of tho 200 pres
' Men nui a good deal alike ovorj
where In thefv icgaid for tho respon
sibilities of citizenship. 'I'ho non
voting citizen is not, it seems, as a
On Liliha street, a
with lot 09x150.
For Rent on
A furnished 3-bedroom house.
$50 per month.
rule, annulled with tho conduct of
public affairs by thoso who tnka nn
Interest. Many ot tho non-pnrticl-patlng
class profess the deepest dis
gust or disdain for what Is being
done h tholr fellow citizens. Thcro
is another class which simply falls
to participate In public affairs from
sheer Inck of- Interest. Then thero
Is tho plmrlnlcal individual who
looks on voting as something sepa
rate nnd apart from his religion and
altogether too secular to command
"Two facts aro very apparent;
first, that tho morn clement nnd tho
moro Intelligent clement of our
cities neglect their civic duties In
the faco of existing abuses which
they profess to dislike; and, Bccnnd,
It the moral intelligence of our Amer
ican communities generally took an
Interest In clvlr a Ha Irs om cities
would not he In tho hands of thoso
political grafters who protect motat
NEWS,GATHERING AND MORALS.
Tho modern newspaper is a greater
power than tho church It goes Into
tho homo and Bits down with ovory
member of tho family If It bo an even
ing ncwspapci whllo tho church
preaches at Its members onco n week.
Slnco thero Is bucIi a closo relation -
ship botween tho modem church nnd
tho modern nowspnper, it- Is partlc
ulnrly gratltjlug when n modern
church spokesman devotes" a portion
ot his attention to tho work of tho
newspaper and shows that ho has a de
cent sense of appreciation of what tho
One of theso spokesmen Is Itov. W.
11. Norton of tho Lvnnston Methodist
church. This Is what ho snja.
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms,
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream, Price
Furnished Cottage, Walkiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
Cor, Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
HEALS THAT ABE
AT PRICES THAT ARE
It Is necessary for tho church to
understand tho viewpoint of tho press,
tho limitations nml illflleillllea lin.lnr
J which tho newspaper works nnd its
.accomplishments, both In what It has
,lono nrm S,i,at It has saved society
The newspaper Is for all tho people.
It Is for Catholics, Protestants, Jews,
Christian Scientists for people of nil
beliefs as woll as for people of no bo
As tho lines of tho human faco aro an
Index of tho chnractcr of tho Individ
ual, so the cartoons, art pictures and
gcncrul tones of a newspaper, which
tho pcoplo easily discern, oven though
In their curiosity thoy may patronize
what In their Judgment thoy condemn,
nro nn Indication of tho purposes of a
newspaper Tho central stream nnd
not tho eddies and counter currents
along the shoro tells which way the
What may seem tho strangest asser
tion of all, tho newspaper has saved
boclcty from Irrellglon. '
if tho newspaper docs not professed
ly fnvor religion, It novcr Is arrayed
against religion. Although It Is often
too flippant or ut loast too Jocular In
treating of religious events, it nover
is wiirully Irrovorcnt. It novcr ndvo.
cntes Illbhcnl nor marriage Infidelity.
Ita utterances nro ovor demanding hon
esty In politics, purity in homo Hfo,
clean streets, smokeless chimneys, a
well governed and a beautiful Chicago.
It Is not surprising that tho Bensn
tlonal should occupy much spneo In
tho nowspapor. Llko Action nnd tho
drama, it deals with thoso phases of
Hfo which create tho most Intenso In
torcst nnd which spring from tho most
clement lal pnsslons of human nature.
Hut tho Illblo Is a book 6f sensations.
Christ, I bellovo, deliberately choso tho
Bonsatloimi mothod of expression In
order to startlo dull pcoplo Intd
thought and to fix germinal principles
in memory until thoy had u chnnco to
All kinds, all prices.
See our Display Windows.
Mo day, May 10
and continues till all are sold.
Miss Gorman of Honolulu
Married to Mr.
SAN FRANCI8CO, April' 29. A
brlilc-clcct came from the Islands of
tho Bea yesterday morning In the
liner Hllnnlnn, nnd nt the hour ot
noon becamo tho wlfo or (lencrnl V.
lleautn'ont, n oung newspaper innn
of.San Jose. She was Miss IMria Gor
man, and bIio hnd received her pto
pO8.1l of marriage, by cnblo only a
few hours before tho Hllonlnn loft
Honolulu. Dcaumont had cnfilcd
tho brief question "Will ou?" nnd
his sweetheart had answered "Yes."
Then without loss of tlmo she caught
tho steamer Hllonlnn for this city,
Gerald Heaumont was city editor
of a San Joso newspaper, nnd Miss
Gorman was n populnr young woman
In that city, participating with tho
now simper man In thentrical enter
tainments nnd meeting hi in frequent
ly In society. She may not havo no
ticed, but Ucnumont's world grew
exceedingly small when Miss Gor
man went to Honolulu a few months
ago. Ho boro up bravely for a time,
and then tho cablo was brought Into
use. Ho might havo used tho wire
less method, but sometimes it docs
not catch n response from tho Hawa
iian stntlona. The malls wcro too
awfully slow. TJie cable offered tho
best nnd quickest way.
When tho Hllonlnn, Captain Peter
Johnson, nrrlvcd nt the wharf cs
tcrdny morning thcro w-na Gerald P.
Hcaumoilt, accompanied by several
of his friends and several nt Miss
Gorman's relatives nnd friends.
Thero on board was tho hrlde-clcct.
most radiant of all on board tho
At noon jestcrday, at tho Star ot
the Sea Church, Miss Gorman became
tho brldo of Mr. Ilcaumont, tho Kev.
rather Philip llynn performing tho
ceremony. Itninond Hicks of Los
Gator and Miss Ncllln Hughes of this
city stood up with the rouplo. A
wedding brenkfust followed, nt
which wero numerous guests.
SOCCKIl AT SACIIAMKNTO Sac
ramento, April 1C. Tho Oakland
Hornets, tho veteran soccer temn of
tho bay, will mnko tholr nnnual trip
to Sacramento Sunday to play tho
Sacramento Hovers, tho team which
competed In tho stnto cup play.
MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makee Island A fine house
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modern stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
A modern 12-room house,
with six bedrooms; just the
thing for a summer residence,
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
A NEW STOCK OF
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line, Wc know
we can please you.
li. F. Wichman & Co.
. LEADING JEWELERS'
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS aro peculiarly susceptible to oplupiand its various prep
arations, all of rrlitch arc narcotic, is well known. Even in tho smallest
d4cs, If continued, theso opiates cauo clKinges In tho functions and growth of
tho cells, which aro likely to becomo permanent, earning Imbecility, mcntat(
perversion, a cravjnp; for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia nnd lack of staying powers, nre a rcsultof dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their Infancy. Tha rulo among
physicians is that children should never rccclvo opiates in tho smallest doses for
more than a day nt a tlmo, and only tlieh if unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo n party to It, Children who nro ill need tho attention
of a physician, and it Is nothing less than a crime to doso them willfully with nar
cotics. Caatoria contains no narcotics if it bears thoslgnaturo of Chas. II. Fletcher.
" Tour prtp.riUon known Cutorlt I nun iurl
for jar. tn CDildr.il'. corafriilnul and I hare found
nothlif btUer." Jons J. LsrrA, M. I).,
- Clcrctand, Obln.
For i.Tfral jean I rrccmmcndcd roar 'Caitotla'
and .hall alwtj. contlnoo to do o, a. It ha. Inra
riably prodncd b ncoclal malt. "
IiDwiN r. rinnti, M. D , New York City.
Toar Cantoris I. a meritorious hoatthold
remedy, It I. purely TeeUM. and acts a. a mild
cathartic jtbor. all, it dors no hann, which I.
mora than can b. said of tho great majority of chil
Vioroa n. Oormait, II. D., Omaha, Neb,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years. ,
Quickly and Without Injury.
LAUNUKY WAK i
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Premo Film Pack
Cut Films may now be developed by daylight in any
tank developer with the new
Ingento Film Holder
Made in all sizes: price, 15o to 25c each; 75o to $1.25
per half dozen. Call and ask to see them at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St., near Hotel.
Is the REFRIGERATOR that is different from all the rest.
It isn't made primarily to SELL, with nothing but a hand
some appearance to recommend it; it is made to save money
for the consumer. ,
Instead of having porcelain or tile linings, for instance,
ZINC is used. It isn't so pretty, but it ENDURES, in
stead of peeling, cracking or breaking.
So it is right through. The Eddy Refrigerator is built
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
I hate pie.crlhed your Caatoria In many cane.
and have alway. found It an efficient and apcedy
remedy." A. F. ficLEB, M. D-, BU Urals, Ho.
" I hate nml jour Ca.torla tn my own household
with good ruuKs, and bare adtlxd aoreral pailrnta
to ue It for Its mild, laxattvo effect and freedom
from harm." Howard rilmun, M . 1) ,
Drookljn, N. Y.
"TourCatforla holds the esteem of tho medical
prorcwlon In a manner held by no other proprietary
preparation. Hiss sure and reuablo medlcln. for
Infants and chl drrn. In fact It la tha nnlrersal
household remedy fni InfanUI. ailments."
J. A. Paiku, It. DM Kansas City, Mo.
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