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pf Though wnrnhlps anil pallors have
.uccn uiu cviuci ui iiuruwiimi wr u
Sfood part of tlio week, Honolulu lias
lonK slnco lost tho ort of quitting bus-
Sihoss nnil attending to social duties as
Sin tho "good old days." This Is es
pecially tmo when the prlco of sugar
,lias advanced In opposition to nil the
theories of tho market experts that It
should go down.
What would havo been classed as
mlchty bin deals were put throuKh
f during the week and no ono seemed
excited over It, possibly because big
Meals havo becomo an every day af
fair and tho amount of money In tho
5 market maker, tho crowd expect some
! thing largo every day.
On February 1. tho $1 500.000 of Olan
E bonds of the 1901 Issua wore taken up
f ninl the debt refunding rchome pro-
vlded for under' tho authorization of
k $2,"OO.00O of bonds, wns completed
IX through Illshop & Co., tho agents of
tho plantation, tuc now ootids navo
been taken up and almost all tho old
bonds wcro exchanged for tho new Is
rue. This lciivts Olaa with n email
floating Indebtedness and puts In first
f; class financial condition the last plan
tation property that has bean waiting
tho turn nf gcod times to got in proper
'.shape. Olaa should harvest a crop of
twenty thousand tons this year, and
jwcniy-nvu inousnnu ions noxi, cacn
crop being less, expensive to hurvost
on recount of tho plant cano having
been well established and' each year
nu Increasing ncrcno of tho crop rat
tonned. It Is by no means an Idlo
dream that this plantation will beforo
,vcry long Join tho dividend payers.
though thq crowd has been using It as
n footbal' for so long they have not
wholly recovered from the habit.
Confidence In Hawaii,
The day of tho Olan bond transaction
witnessed an exchange of about two
l' hundred thousand dollars of Olaa Cs
t nt 25 for Kohala Ditch bonds at par.
t Tho next day a salo of ninety thou-
ouuu uuuafn vi iiuniui miiiuui'ii uuuui
at par was rcportod on tho Exchange.
If thero were nothing else to attract
kthe public, tho bond deals alono would
unticr any i
Ifclicumstances thcso transactions , con-
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XIIIIll lUe.BUIVIlUMl MIlUUwlUI WUUIUUJ1B
f mat are prevailing ami prove me aDii
Ity of Honolulu as n financial center to
tio caro ofiall .Its own nrolccts with
lts own moncr. Ttil3 Is particularly
fc-brought homo nt tho present tlmo, as
?.n good part of tho Olaa Cs held on the
coast wore taKcn up uy tne synciicato
h handling tho refunding. '
F I'.lf .linuM Itn fnmnmliAra.l (hnl mil-
"'financial Institutions have absorbed a
trftmanrinna nmnnnl nf lnn,1a In the
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vjusi iuw yuurti, jiuniui irribuwuii
Bbonds, that Oeorgo Mccfarlano nt-
'tempted to float In London, set the
.ball rolling and nrnved tho confidence
;rof Honolulu financiers In tho new en-
ttorprlscg ns well as tho old. Follow
King this, tho financing of tho Mutual
Telephone proposition took a quarter
Pot a million dollars of local monoy.
McBrydo and tho Kauai Railway deal
called for tho use of about a million
and a hulf of local funds though of
courso In tho transfer of McDryde
Eomo of tho money merely went from
one local firm to another, being a
transfer of floating debt. Hllo Rail
way's Hakalau Extension bonds, call-'
ing for upwards of eight hundred thou
sand dollars, were also floated In thp
local market, and In this connection
tho; rofundlng of tho Oahu Railway s
6s to five1 per cents wns a result of tho
surplus of money reeking Investment.
iwhnt will le undertaken next Is
hard to say, but it will not bo surpris
Ins if before long Honolulu will take
.up tbo last vestiges of plantation and
personal Indebtedness held In San
Francisco, Money is seeking good In
vestments and nothing has .proved so
good as tho homo propositions thnt tho
cltyjnnd Territory offer.
'Advance In tho prlco of raw sugar
from 4.08 to 4.155 on a day ot tho year
jwheii the movement should bo down-
gejd, according to all the rules of tho
marnet, put new mo into tno hiuck
thark'et. and started tho buyers who
had.boe'n holding off for tho "slump of
the'Iflrst of February."
'A; glance nt tho charts giving tho
record ot- sugar prices for tho last
throe years will show that raw sugar
hasfreached Its lowest flguro for tho
season uotween tno nrst nun mo ui-
tcenth of February. Therefore sugar
should .havo dropped to four cents or
liwlmt ffhnl nn thn ttopntlil flnv nf this
month but It didn't, It is fair to con
clodo that thero Isn't going to bo nny
clump this month, and prices will ad
(Vanco still further after Uio fifteenth
of , this month. Just what Is controlling
Ethc-'niarkct, vo nt this distance cannot
toil, 'iflo last which tc. uray circuinr
spoko of tho speculative movement of
purchasers in tho Paris market, sug-
'ge'stlng by inference that the bull
movement would break. Hut tho
bVenk hasn't como yot. Beet sugar
ji'rt-os havo dropped to n parity of
l.fb, puuui l'JHlll$u IU lUwl IV DUbHwSV
nat somo ot wnai tno renerui iiuuu
dfy'pcoplo cnl) "preferred BiigarB" from
Cuba havo been ,shjppcd to London to
tie n in in inu siionuiiu. it bluiuih ui
rcotou that thero lias been no revival,!
or now source of supply from tho beet
sugars of Europe.
All these things point to nn avcrago
price of sugar of more thnn four cents.
It Is Impossible however to get tho best
Informed Biigar experts to predict It.
They havo been fooled so many times
that they nil put a qualifying phrase
In their conclusion, that sounds like
tho accountant's "errors and omissions
Stocks of courso hnvo advanced und
er tho promlso of better sugar prices.
Oahu and Kwn havo led oft as usual.
Ewa sold at 3'4 early In the Week and
Oahu at 35. Hcforo another week
ends they arc moro than likely to bo
Felling nt 35 and 3G.
Walalua after waiting its customary
period has finally ta::cn its customary
jump, and sold on tho Exchange Fri
day forenoon at 130. Ten days ago a
little of It was coming out .at 125 and
120.50. The prophets declare that this
stock will go to 150 tho moment the di
rectors voto u dividend of one per cent
Orders from tho Coast brought out
several hundred shares of Onomea nt
$55.E0. Very little local trading has
been done In this stock lately,
Hawaiian Agricultural jumped on
Friday to 250, making a new record.
It Is strong nt this flguro (hough tho
demand Is not wide.
Pioneer sold nt 212.60 but only fifty
t-liarca or so camo but at that price.
Hawaiian Commercial Crop.
Hawaiian Commercial sold at 39.25
Friday forenoon and many bellovc 11
will go to forty or over. Much differ
ence of opinion exists regarding this
stock, on account of tho variety of
opinion concerning .Manager Baldwin's
estimates. He will not placo tho crop
beyond a margin of fifty to flfty-flvo
thousand tons, but It Is also said that
tho prophets of tho sixty thousand ton
crap are tin men who are Belling on
tho present rising market. So tho.man
who is neither n prophet nor a man
ager has tho opportunity of paying his
money and taking his cholco of tho
Cheap stocks havo strengthen!! with
hq rest..?The ,rtr;ai.d tor MoDrylc
I Reams fnlrlv pnniV n liw nhnrpn'rlinnffi
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ing bands every day, tho last sale on
Friday being at 7.50. Many people who
aro buying this stock arc doing nt on
tho basis of lie reaching a 'dividend
paying lafs-tn 'flvo'-ycars a'' the'tery
outside. They figure tbo interest on
their money nt something llko a dollar
b sharo a year, and at tho end of Cvo
they can; practically doublo their
money. Tho' crop of this plantation
will be about 12 500 tons this year on
account of the injury dono by thd
('sought. Tho high prlco of sugar how
ever will cave tho tolal Income from
folng back. The crop, of 1911 will bo
from fifteen to sixteen thousand tons
nd the water problem Is so fully
rcl'cd that no drousht will lnterieri
to' cut that down.
Sinking Fund Or Dividend.
All Interesting' situation Is' cer
tain to develop this year in con
nection with Hawaiian Sugar, or
Makawell, as It Is popularly known.
This plantation has all Its bonds
paid off and with Its twenty-threo-
thousand-ton crop will have a great
Income- to dispose of In some way.
This will bring up the pYoblem ot
what to do with the surplus. One
set ot stockholders will demand, as
in (he case ot Ewa, that the money
be paid out in dividends. Others
will hold that only the regular divi
dends should be paid, and the sur
plus remaining turned into a sink
ing fund to provide against the day
when the lease of tho plantation's
landB will expire. This plantation's
land is entirely leasehold. Ewa
managers thought ot the sinking
fund, but stockholders made such a
loud noise that the plan was not
adopted. It is claimed that the sink
ing fund scheme will prevail in tho
case ot Makawell; in fact, it is 'un
derstood the fund is already start,
ed. Tlils will provent the stock
reaching the phenomenal figures that
have been forecasted by some pur
chasers. Money For Real Estate",
One of tho Interesting reports of
the week is that some of th,e holders
of Olaa bonds took their money on
tho first of February Instead, of ex
changing for the new bonds, be
cause they" Intend to lnves( In' first
mortgages. Just what 'this means Is
hard to say that Is, whether the In
tention is to take up business prop
erty or otart out in theresldence
district, but it does show thnt not' a
fow of tho largo financiers aro look
ing to tho real ostate market wiin
more favorable thoughtfulncss than
they have hitherto done.
Some of the banks and truBt com
panies are reported to be very lib
oral with Bmnll home builders. If
the borrower Is known to bo frugal
and trustworthy, ho can get tho
money to build a good house It ho
has the lot free of incumbrance.
Trust Co, Fflr,Hllo. t
Zono K, Myers, president of the
Stock Excliaiigq;- surprised hlsasso-
dates .this week by announcing" that
he had accepted the management ot
tho new Hllo Trust Company to be
started In connection with the First
Hank of Hllo. It Is understood that
Mr. Myers' goes to Hllo as the result
of a very flattering offer from lend
ing men ot that town, and ho se
cures a financial Interest In the tru't
company and the bank.
New Business Figure. " '
Mr. Myers' successor in the Ha
waiian Trust Company Is 1. H.
Walker, for many years a teller in
the Spreckels Hank. Mr. Walker is
one of tho young men ot the city
wlio has made good In the positions
of responsibility In which he has
friends who will wlsh him well in
his new position thnt has n very
broad Bcopc. Mr. Walker will rep
lCECiit tho Hawaiian Trust Company
ou tho Stock Exchange, ami the
probabilities nre that ho will take
the place of Mr. 'Myers nB secre
tary of tho trust company.
Tho arrival of tho cruiser fleet
under Admiral Sebrce has been a
great event of the week. Fortu
nately, tho people of tho town havo
been sufficiently well schooled in
good manners that they havo for
gotten to talk about the amount of
money the fleet brings to town. In
fact, the anclont question, "Have
tho men of the fleet been paid off"
has hardly been heard. Everybody
has Joined to make tho stay ot the
officers and men pleasant, and they
seem to be enjoying themselves.
Dearborn Drug Change.
E. C. Drown of tho Dearborn Drug
Company has returned from Chicago
with the announcement that he is
to be transferred to tho general man
agement of tho company's business
In the Orient. His place in the local
ofllco will bo taken by Frank O.
Uoyer, who has been the assistant
manager for some time, and Is very
favorably known In tho business
Mr. llrown's departure also re
quires his withdrawal from the pres
idency of tho Commercial Club. F.
W. Macfarlane was elected his suc
cessor n Friday, and Fred Angus I.
vice-president. T. F. Lansing was
named for the board of governors, to
lake, tho place ot Mr. Drown, who
Tho now hack and automobile or
dinance was passed by the supervis
ors Thursday evening and 1t!s now
In the hands ot the .Mayor for his.
action. It is anticipated that he
will approve tho ordinance.
Arrival of 'the revenue cutter The
tls with twenty-five Japanese who
have been killing birds on the na
tional reservations ot Laysan and
Lyslansky islands was an interest
ing event ot the week. Thcso Jap
anese are charged with poaching in
violation of tho order Issued by Pres
ident Roosevelt. Tho case is befors
the United States court, having boon
presented to tho Grand Jury by Dis
trict Attorney Drcckons.
Prohlbltlon or Not.
Special meetings ot the Chamber
ot Commerce and of tho Merchant!'
Association have been called tor
Monday, at which time action will
bo taken on the threatened legisla
tion In Washington to prohibit the
liquor traffic in the Territory. There
haa been much dodging of the issue
for fear on the part of some mer
chants that they would bo lined up
with tho liquor-selling element. It
has come to a point, however, whers
the community must take a stand
one way or tho other on Federal con
trol of the liquor traffic, and also to
declare as between high llcenso und
prohibition. It Is probablo that a
cablegram wilt be sent out from one
or both ot thd meetings' nBktng that
the hearing beforo tho Senate com
mittee be delayed until n copy ot tho
proposed bill can reach this city and
tho people know what Is being done
Ono hundred and twonty Filipino
laborers for tho sugar plantations of
Hawaii were included in tho ono Hun
dred and forty-two Asiatic stocrapo
passengers which loft the. Pacific Mall
llnor Asia, nt this, port last night.
The Filipinos nro tho rosult of tho
labors ot Messrs. Plnkham nnd Stev
en In NcgroB and Panay of the Philip
pine archipelago. The men are main
ly from the southern Island, whore tho
best workers are (tecurod and the
minimum number of nit(ator abound.
The party wont aehoro last evening
and many filed over to thoHnwallnn
Sugar Planters' Labor Bureau, where
thoy sought and secured employment
which will land them on plantations
and sugar estates on the otherlslands.
Arrangements hnvo been mado to
transport tho Filipinos to their destin
ation without delay.
Mr. Natlvo (suspected of drawing
tho long bow) Yes, I have crossed
tho ocean no less than nine limes.
Miss Sharp .Indeed! And whon
do you return to America? Boston
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
f . i j L
Entered For Record Feb. 3, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. in.
John UmlyJr by tjdnjjto John
Fullor uX , i '.,, i I'
Manuel J Bllva and w'f to Mrs
Evelina Camara' u
Evelyn Camara nnd hsb to Mrs
J N OHvelrVt. 1 ,1'V..
Klpola Slmona'and.'hsbMo George
Kualau S Pelapela nnd hsb et at
to George Kltchlnrs 1
Paulo Mlol and wf tb George
Kltchlngs ...Vi.... W
Marie I Da Cambra-Roborts to F
O Noyes M
L 1, McCandless and wf to Oahu
Railway & Land Co Grant
Christina Knhcle to J W Achuck D
Lizzie Souzn, and hsb to Anna
Mary A Lemon et nl, to Jno 11
Entered For Record Not. 4, 1910.
From 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Dnniol Kekoowal and wf to J
W Achuck D
Samuel K Oneha, tr, and wf to
J W Achuck O
D W Pae by mtgee nnd hsb to
Wilfrid A Orcenwell, tr . . . . U
Wilfrid A Grocnwell, tr, to Sam
uel W Nawahle D
T May to C H Cooke Ltd PA
Recorded Jan. 27, 1910.
Lucille M Dunbar and hsb (8 n)
to William Mutch; D; 1-3 int In R
P 2063, por R P 2262 and por Or
3164, between. Hotel; Maunakea,
Pauahl and River Bts. Honolulu.
1000. D 327, p 1961 Jan 14, 1910.
Morris ltosenbledt to Claus Sprec
kels & Co; Corrctn M; pc land,
bldgs, etc, PunahouSt, Honolulu.
R 325, p 242. Jan'27, 1910.
W McCandless and wf to Young
Kong Lum;' D; rf P 693. Kul 2073,
iAp 1 ond po land,, Kapalama-kal,
Honolulu. $400. D 327, P 197'. Jan
R W Kalalnuwalo to W C AchI
Tr; D; 1-6 Int In 'various pes land,
bldgs, etc., Walalua-and Honolulu,
etc; 1-6 Int In real and .personal
property of Kapea Kalalkawaha (w)
deed; Oahu. 700. B 327, p 198.
Jan 27, 1910.
V C, Achi Tc.to J Alfred Ma
goon; M; l-0"lnt1ln' various pes
land, Knroooloa etfcfj Walalua,- Oahu.
1600. B 32&I p 24C Jan 2f, 110.
Bishop Trust Co Ltrto-ll.nry N
ilmv n1- I.nt 12. L, P 4624. Waht-
awa, Walalua. $2700. B 325, p 246..
Jan, 2C, 1910,. '-"', ,. j
M Iga to; a&fWh Trf'C M;
i..um on,v f,Mi "nilo. ' Hawaii.
$300. B 325, p" 340.- Jan 22, 1910
Est of C R lllacow by Extrx et al
to Kukalau Plantation Co Ltd;, h
Lot 14, L P 5041, KalneUe, Haha
kua. Hawaii. 15 yrs at $56 per yr;
B 323, p 205. Dae 14, 1909.
SCIENCE NOT CUPID
NEW LOVE QOD
David 8tarr Jordan' Committee
Would Force Physloal and Mental
Examination of Both Parties Be
fore Marriage Improvo the Race.
OMAHA. Jan. 10. At the annual
meeting of the American Breeders'
Association, held hero in conjunc
tion with tho National Corn Exposi
tion, a resolution was adopted throw
ing Cupid into, tho background In
love and marriage 'affaire.
The committee reporting the reso-.
lutlon is headed by David Starr Jor
dan, President of 'Leland Stanford
University, and is composed of col-
lege professors and scientists.
The commltteo report ana mo res
olution recommended marriage along
lines ot scientific principles only,
the education of thp public first and
then legislation. Tho report states
that It a man or woman wishes to
marry, thoy should submit to a phys
ical, mental and moral examination,
producing their family records as
far back ns the fourth generation.
"If theso records ore clean," says
tho report, "they may marry: If not,
they will mate only under ponalty,
and tho preacher or Juftge "who mar
rles them will bo punished. Our ul
timate aim Is to brine; about better
mating, so that the hest charaqter
lstics of tho nation mayr become
widely disseminated ftnd .Its unfit
traits weeded outi Thus we. will
eliminate hospitals, Insane asylums
and homes' for the blind; eliminat
ing poor fnrms and bread line by
brcdlng a pure race. Let us take
tho Bteps that scientific duty dic
tates as necessary and dry up the
springs that feed tho tot rent of de
Tha committee 'suggests that some
wealthy man, Instead ot giving $10,-
000,000 to hospitals and schools,
could do tho world and the human
race more good by using tho monoy
to start an educational campaign to
bring about the conditions sought
Tho report states that educated
men will nay fortunes for' animals
necessary to breed high standards of
cattlo and horses, but permit their
eons nnd daughters to marry tho
first person of tho opposite sex thoy
,..... t ...nAt Ti.iu inv mnlhnfl nf
nintlng, the committee holds, Is re-
Bponsiblo for n largo amount' of tho,j
crime and most of tho pauperism"
and sufforlne ' '
DID YOU GIT
When. oil Was struck In Pennsylvania, Ohio, (ndlsns, Oklahoma, Texas; and Kanss, and did yqu ml your
opportunity In California? Da you realize thai had you Invested a ftw hundred dollar In any of the
field when oil was first struck that today you would, be -Independently rich?,
The Navajo Oil Company own 480 acre of. th cholef oil Und In the famous San Juan oilfield In
Southeastern Utah, by far the greatest oil field .vr discovered. . ' '
.Eighteen wells havo been drilled In this field tod ato without a singlo failure. 'The first well! at a
depth of 220 feet, produced by actual test 800 barrel pr;t)ay. The oil I 38 degree gravity, paraffin
base, worth $3.00 per barrel at tho well. It is the bejrt roflnlng oil in the country. ,
Tho San Juan oil Held has been examined by tho greatest geologists and Oil experts In theworld; all
agree 'that It is without question tho greatest oil field ever diicoxered. Tno do'd ' at nl,M wl b
ninety miles in length, eight oil sands are exposed, aggregatlhg over 300 feet ir, thickness, thus giving
assurance of largo and continuous production. Tho formation Is rcgulnr and unbroken, free from faults,
Our land 1 considered ono of the choicest holdings In tho field; we proposo to develop it vigorously
by, drilling a largo number of wolls. '
Our board ot directors aro representative and successful business and professional men.
CHARLES N. WALTER, Aulstant Cashier, Flrrt National Bank, Oakland President
H. E. PETER8EN, E. M., mining and" oil expert, Oakland Vie Prldent,and Manager
DR. ARTHUR H. WALLACE, of Oakland .....'... .i . .. i8crtary
JUDGE E. M. GIBSON, President Bank of Commeroe, Oakland Treasurer
WALTER A. GOMPERTZ, Merchant, Berkeley c Dlretor
Wo are now .offering a limited number of shares at 15 cent per share for development purposes.
We reservo the right to advance tbo price of stock without notice, hence, if you want any stock at the
present low prlco of 15 tent, you must hurry.
Oil Is king and Navajo ..Oil Company's share Is tho one best Investment offered the public today.
Our land Is tho choicest to bo had anywhere. . v .' i '"'.' .''
t No salaries paid our directors.
Our management Is ourprlde. .. ' f
Our profits' will como from dividends. Do you want to'shnro In them? ' ' t- .'' '
Wrlto today I Tomorrow may bo loo late!
Investigate! Wo will answer all question fully. .... ... .
Tho prlco of stock .will advanco rapidly to par 7aluo.
$37.50 buys 250 shares; $75.00 buys 500 shares;. $ 160.00 buys 1000 shares. You can pay cosh or 20
down and 20 per month.
15 Gents a
Gat Iri at one on th first
3S cents, when thl allotment I
- ! '
GROUND FLOOR COUPON
Colonial M. and D. Company,
627-C28 First National Bank, Oakland, Cal.
Enclosed plcaso find dollars, as
payment on sharca ot the
capital stock of the Navajo Oil Company at
fifteen cents per share.
1 purchased this stock with a thorough
understanding that 'the par value is $1 per
Cable Address "COLONIAL,"
8C0LD8 HIS EICH
Eev. Birckhead of St. George's
Church Calls His Hearers to
Acconnt For Beta? late at
Church Disregards Bich or
NEW, YORK 'Janl 10. J, Pferpont
Morgan. Robert Fulton Cutting. John
Colonial Mori gage & Deposit Co.
ficely Ward Jr.'.-Hohry W. Monroe, -Wlevfcn ,Uowtas 8om0 mcn l0 have iirBa
G. rtt.lla fltinrlua TO Tlrnutn nn1 nth.
W. WlMIIBl W, . .. .W.I. MOW, w.w,
cr men, of Inrgq means nnd. high
standing' In Now' YorkT probably got
ono of the surprises' of their lives yes
terday morning when they heard the
Rov, Hugh Birckhead, rector., of ,8t
George's Episcopal Church In Stuyvo
Bant Snuaro, scold his congregation
for tardiness In atcndlng service. Ho
.poke right out on what bo called "ex
clusive. OhrlMlanlty."' j t
Chlder. Late Comer.
"I want to talk to you about a very
ipursuuui iiinuiT, no Bam, us ins uyeu
:wopt the pews. "I ontered at One rain-'
'Juto of 11 o'clock and not half this,
.church was filled. It Is Irreverent for
ynu not to bo on tlmo. You should re
membor that nt il o'clock, on Sunday
mornlna vou havo nn annolntnicntwlth
God, I Hope In tho futurb you will bear', Ho Is In tho church; Ho igknocklng
this In mind. This morning tho flret et wou hearts, which you close against
half of tho Hprylce was. distributed bo. '.Hini' .. .
cause so many were late." ..,,. "Bilt tho; dayt.wlH c.omo when wo
WJLMMia. W'J .
50 Cents Within Six
block, a It won't last long, and you wll
sold; DO IT NO.W DONT WAIT. .'
I ' ." I
Mall your check at one 'for a much of'
thl (tock a you can take, as It will not last
long at this, price. You can cable your ordsr
In advance at our expense.
Cable Address, "COLONIAL,''
- 628 First National Bank Building Oakland, Cal.
Dr. Brlckhead also told, tho opulent
members of his congregation, what to
do with their money, advising them io
throw; It vaway. Ho said: ,
"I havo ben examining figures con
cerning tho payrolls of 2,000,000 em
ploye In ,iho great ml(ls, and havo
found that their wages run from $2.50
to $10.45 a week.
"Thero should bo no poor, for there
' , ,.,. , ii,,,. ,.,,, ... ,
' "Myi.'frl'ends; when the-eye of God
Is .upon you yoii will be glad to throw
Wealth Badly Distributed. v
"It (js; not Tight that sonio should
havo more thtin they want or need
while others suffer. It must result
harmfully In some way to" thoso who
"This oxclus'lvenea's of Christianity,
n parody on Qod, Is duo to you. And
ye(." he Added wth fervor, -"you. aro
saying to yourselves, 'I will not chango
it; I do not want to change It,' .
"How would a powed church ap-
pear In tho sight ot God; who says of
ovory one, 'Thcso aro My' poopioj'
And Qoil Ir wltl you nl tho time,,
have, to py M enU and pr)pih,v.
must til pas before that all-seeing
eye. Wo .will ay, 'Those aro ray
brothers, but I did' not know It until
now, ,' v .'"
"A list of the opportunities which
wore yours will bo before you, and
then you .will, say, 'Now I know,' but
It will be too lato: ' '
"How gad are thoso words, "Too
later" , - -V
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. what is .Said of woMen. u
On groat occasions' it is almost W
Ways' womeri who have given tno
strongest proofs ot virtue and doap-:
tlon. Montadlon. ft,
' Where "women are, the. better thlnipj
are implied it not upoken. Bronson
Alcott'. ' ' -"Hi'-
Tho path, q fa good woman Is Indeed
strcwn.wUh, floweri but they rUe be
hind nor stops, not before them. Rus
kin. The tes( of civilisation Is tha esti
mate ot woman. Curtis, ,!
The man flaps about with a bunch
of feather? j tbo wopwu goe to work
softly v'th a cloth. Holmes. !f
A. woman may always help h,er hus
band by what she knows, however lt-,
t,le; ,hy what she halt-knows, or mis
knows, she will only teaje m.
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