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Oh, who would trust this world, or
prwe what's in it,
That gives and takes, and chops and
changes, every minute.
Don't glvo up hope. The cam
.ialgn against tha mosquito will be
gin to show results in a short time.
When corporations become so ccr
tnln of their grasp on what Is right
that they refuse arbitration, most
...ever) one Is ready to go on strike.
Should Hallcy's comet and Hoose
vclt come within hailing distance ot
the United States at the samo time,
thero will surely be earthquakes.
Any man who studies the history
of the United States Presidents
must be convinced that tho nttr,ac
lon of the" office ot President Is the
Teary Is wise to tako tho returns
from his publishers first. The med
als and honors that will surely' be
his will be appreciated quite ns much,
by those who come hftcr him. ,
Rules on the taking of fish from
possibly Infected waters can't be
laid down .too soon, but the areas
should not bo so wide that the town
will have Its nerves Jarred need
lessly. , Now that Morgan has collared all
tho nutomobllo factories In the coun
try, the average man, who thought
the" prlco nilKht .'finally 'get 'to 'his
ilnilt, will have to stick to his
shanks rnaro and tho saw horse.
" 4Mb1' Senator.: Hoybnrn's objection to
jftha't Socialist method of getting at
(Si tho opinions of tho people reminds
vs utr ihat there Is more than one Iway,
ff?" nf 1flllrtv n fOcnlilHrin linn lur lit fit,
: Ing the real reason for going after
Some pcoplo evidently expect both
.H political platforms to approve tho
7 flirt tail In it ef frflA niltnmnhl1fa fnr
': ex the prlvato use of .all Territorial,
' , S cy and county- omciais; bills, pr
l'" fcS course, to be fdoted by tho 'tax1
'" f payors.
'' fn Wlllett & Gray have 'not always
l. jj? proved good prophets, but their pres-.
" ont forc,C!l,t can b0 discounted near
fe.fcS 'y a hundred per cent, and then Ha
e.Jie wall will bo well within, the limits
,'tj.oi n spienuiu prosperity xuis year
fjjand tho next.
M h. I CnAAn !.(. .Mm..AA,l Anniltiln).
' ?uiiicuuu HUD, iuiumicu Lunuiuaiu
McCandlcss and Cannon Hall Kanlho
Dph Quixote and Banco' Pa'uza.
Kt aS Tno onIy trouu' wltn tnat eomparl-
x m - " "" ............ .. -.-
7 out. to ngni winumws or represent
'Slnco tho Civic Federation is In
rfti continuous secession from the gen
.1 --- ni-nl BanllniAn, nf lha onmmittiltv It
Uf -. MV.......V.. W. .V.1..U.... , .-
i might now propose the secession of
JrfJ Hawaii from tho United States be.
fm cauBo the Congress refuses to bo re
npronllv n small bov who had been
)f.4w In tho habit ot attending Sunday'school
If. ft regularlf, decided one day that hb
; g would iiko to aitcnu cnurcn service
niBO,4fo no asaeu uis mumcr ior per
mission. Sho told him ho might on ono
condition, that ho would repeat to her
tho toxt ot tho sermon as soon as ho
So off ho went ono morning and Us-
P'SS tencdatlentlvcly to tho minister's dls
P nv cutrrso. On his return his mother said,
IV! i7 "Now what was tho toxt?"
Vai Thinking a mlnuto, ho replied: "It
wis: 'Don't bo afraid for y.ou 11 got a
lllu n ci-nn I cKi-if 1 tiinllini mrnln mi Acta
':5SJ tloned him. "Are you suro that was
"No, It wns either that or 'Don't
get scared. You'll get tho quilt.' "
rolled tho boh.
, Saying nothing moro at the time
tho doubtful mother hastened later'on
ITS. to see the minister, and asked him
IfttEJ what his Bcrmon was and tho toxt for
j' Ha rniillptl "Ttn nnt r!lHm.ivr?ri 'for
?V?. t wlll'cnnrl vnn n rtinytnrtftr "
,.Thls clearod matters tip somewhat.
A gentlctnnn traveling for his health
In Europe engaged tho services of n
' courier. Arriving at un Inn In Austria,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
l'er 9n Montna j,.e ,So
Per Veer, inj-wheie in VS. .... I.oo
Pet.Yeej, anyiehere n Canada.. I. Bo
Per Year. txatpeld, lotetro 3,oo
entered at the Foxcffie U llouolnra
aa lecaodtaaa matter.
MARCH 10, 1910
formed by the cllquo that stands tor
government of, by arid for a few
The London Dally Mall of Febru
ary 12 Bays: ''Lord Mlnto retires
from the position of Viceroy of In
dia before the end of the year, and
rumor is already busy with the namo
of his successor. It tho Liberals re
main In ofllce long enough to make
tho appointment, thero is no doubt
that Lord Mlnto's successor 'will be
Lord. Kitchener. It Us .recognized
that the unsettled condition vof tho
Dependency 'demands tho presence of
a govc"rnor:gencrnl 'whoso character
and training will inspire "confidence
lg. Europeans and natives nllke and
will give . Eedltlon and treason
neither excuse nor opportunity for
POLITICAL WORKERS AND
"They like' to liaYo 'its do 'th'e
Vork, and then when 'the primaries.
and the conventions come they;, say
that wo .are'efther no 'good or ask
us to get out, or both."
This is wha't the high and mighty
cltlzenB will hear said of them
among the political workers, If they
will take the trouble to learn what
.. going on In the general round-up
preparatory for the tall campaign.
The assertion Is full of truth,
with only enough "exceptions to prove
the rule. And It Is most unfortunate-,
that, this Is so.
Men 'who ,knowi so much about
wuai goou government snouiu oeare
all 'too often the' 'rnen who rerpaln
at home during the period- when
they Bhould bo busy doing politics
that ia nothing more or less thqn
government In the making. ' i
The remedy Is with the highland.
mlghtl.es.. They will find no cpm-L-1ilnt
from, any source if they, get,
Into the political, gahje as Jhey,
should' do,' work with the workers,
and take the majority result as a'
fair expression of honest community
sentiment, " '
Mpst everyono has contempt for a.
loafer, and tho men who stay at
home -Allien the preliminary politi
cal work -fct being done, and then
drop In at the primaries and expect
to run the vhote thing through' the
vlclousness of their threats or the
superiority of their remarkable men-,
tality, as well as telling what they.
nave reuu. are uuimug more or less
than political and governmental
loafers. They don't want to do 'to
day anything in a political 'line
which they can -put oft till two days
before tho election.
With the election nearly nine
months distant, now Is the tlma fur.
good citizens to show their Interest
In good government.. It that Inter-!
est be active add practical there 'Svlll
be no doubt ot the quality ot tho
government. What's" 'more, the d
Bpised Workers will be Well satisfied
with the result, because the play
will be 'fair and the political prod
uct thoroughly representative. ' i
tho traveler asked his servant to enter
hls'hame In accordanco with'tho'pollco'
regulations ot that country, The "man
replied that lio had already anticipated
tho -order an(J reglstorci him as an
American gentleman of means.
"But how did you write ray name?"
asked the amazed master.
"I can't exactly pronounco it, but
i copioa it careruny irom lyour porM
nia'nteau, sir," answered tho servant. ,
, uui u is not more, was tno re
ply. 'Bring mo tho book.' " '
The register was brought and re
vealed Instead ot a very plain Eng
lish namo ot two syllables tho fol
lowing portentous ontry "Monster
Warranted Solid Leather!"
Tonimy's fathcY 'Was troubled with
dyspepsia and took two tablets' aftor
each meal, as prescribed by tho physl-,
uno sunuay, alter Tommy had' at
tended Sunday school as usuaj, ho
watched his father tako tho custom
ary doso-'at tho dinner tablo, and then
"Papa, 'Moses was the first man to,
navo dyspepsia, wasn't jiot
"l don t know, Tommy; why? re-;
pneu uis miner. -
"Decauso," said. Tommy, "tho teach
er read In tho Dlble today that, the
Lord give Moses two tablets."' T
One of the favorite methodi lined
in 'drawing money 'from -the "little
fellow" who has n fjnall pile and
wants to double It quickly Is for
the promoter to point to tho list ot
names ot prominent men associated'
with aa-enterprise that offers no Im
mediate returns, but Is fabulously
rich In. prospects.
it is well for the llttlo follow to,.
remember one very Important 'pointy
Presuming these very Important men,'
have the connection with the enter--prise
credited them, the .chancesarir-'
one hundred to ono that thoy clthe'rvJ
nave no actual coin in it, naving,
been given stock for the use of their.
names, or the amount Invested is a
mere bagatelle of their total fortune, j
merely "n nier not nussea it lost,
nnd, bo much to tho good if won.' '
On the basis of such a financier's'
llttlo gamble, the man or woman o(.
small means Is urged to Invest his J
or her nil, or at least a large share ,
of It, In the hope of getting r'lchi
If tho "little fellows" must taki'
these fliers with propositions they -,
know nothing about, let them In
vest the same percentage ot tneir
caultal that tho nmount Invested
by the "big man" who attracts lius
Ihess bears to his total fortune,, Fig
ured on that basis, they will 'bo
The small Investor's, rule should'
be to put his money fn enterprises'
like those ot Hawaii, where .he
knows the men running It, may gain
access to tho books If need be, and
Is at least certain that the company
wnuso Blue ne in ouyiug uwus iiio
In nH naa 4 fin nvAnnvtw If Minnrtrta in
posBess." Don't get the habit of Elefcant view from thp Pali t6i the
sneering at home enterprises 'lie- lea. Only four1 blocks from, the
cause you know too much about. Country Club and two blocks from
them, and lAcklng those abroad be- the, car line.. All improvements in
cause you know absolutely nothing .nnnn ' ,. . r.. . .
ot them .except through the prc'tty " 'O00 ft- to the lot
stories 'tola by nttractlvo promoters, j An ihvesti(fation will convince
. ..., . you that this is the place to build.
FWUtrtN HISItS ANU AUIU
w SPEEDERS' r
Presumably the men engaged In
breaking down the automobile speed .
ordinance of this city have figured
It out that-cveryono In the commu-i
nlty has a much better chance 'for centuries, were such as to cause the
living to a good old rfge than c,ver annual mortality list, to. assume an
before, consequently the government Imposing appearance. "The -plague'
has no right to Interfere with the .of London" of 1CG4 and the Are,
auto driver's c-ccastbnal destruction which, followed were calamitous oc
bf his own or'other hurrisn lives' by- currences. Thoy, swept thousands of
tempting Providence anil the 'laws ot lives away. Nearly every largo city.
Nature. 'on, the cbntlnont was a 'disease-
'Some of theso men have no doubt breeding- spot,' Sanitation and Its
been carivlhced In their reading, of blessings' were' not understood. Crlra
history that the. opportunities , In tnals Btlll'-wore vhanged In ;chalns.
olden days 'for 'reaching advanced, Pirates i swept i tho seas. , Life' and
years were not very good, and JheJ property were. Indeed-Insecure. And
men of the present era ought to be, still old. men and women. lived who
well satisfied with tho reduced ner-
centage of risks they are runrsjjng.l
Dut while they reflect, they can not
lose' Bight of the fact, 'that even, In
medieval' "times there 'was quite a
percentage of aged people. ( There
were' wars and rumors of wars,
kings, princes and lesser noblemen
In England, France and tho' Gorraan'
Btat'es' quarreled over the territory
which was pieced out without con
sideration for 'the feelings or wishes
of 'th'e pebplo resident therein. Strong
young mon "went to "war. In bajtle
the; knights' and squires were the'
chief Bufferers. X poor 'foot soldier
mlKhtrun away; a baron or hlsjat
tendant would Bcorn such Ignoble
conduct, jjo, as a matter ot fact,
tho Insignificant folk lived on to' a
green old age largely because they
failed to arouse the Jealousy or cu
pidity of' powerful people.
tnnAttlnVxa In VranpA In (ha '41f-
;teentM, sixteenth . and seventeenth
Water house Trust
- : l ' .
Seal Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser-
rants' quarters, etc.' All -in -good con--,
jditioa. On thejear line. Price $4750..
Btory end :a half -'house, modern ih
every -particular, suitable for( small
,, family , bargain i either as a 'home
or for an invritrnent. Price $2260.
Acreage, property in Palolo Vallejr,
. Manoa' Valley and Kaimulci.
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price, $60.
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
Homes for Sale, ,
1. A two-tcdroom bungalow site on larjre lot; no faaprov
iu( necessary; gas, electric llRhts. city water, beauti
ful 'view of sea and mountains. Price it $4000.00
2. In College, Hills, splendid three-bedroom house; lam
' lot, 100x150; all modern conveniences at hand. We
. are open to a reasonable offer for this property.
3. Kaimnki, 'on 12th .Atenue, not far from .the car line,
we have a iplendi dly-built ,bunralow for sale. The
land is worth $1200.00, and the house 'cost nearly
13000.00. Almost -acre of -land. The price of this
property is $3600.00. ' t
4. On VYoung Street, near Pawaa Junction, 'a large two
story modern house, with four bedrooms and all mod
ern improvements. Price of this property is $4000.00.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
-,,, ,,, . . ,. , W.ii ,1
w ,,M WMWi .
Bishop Trust Company,
seemed ito enjoy life as well 'Sg the'
old' men nnd women of the 'present:
time. ,- J
We moderns 'flatter ourselves over
the, thought that Eclonce has secured,
for us many of the' blessings ,whlch
were unknown, o "the "people of civ
ilized countries two 'or three e'en
iurles ago. ifentlon tli'o 'namo of
plague, and wo triumphantly' 'point
to Cuba. Thero, has been no epi
demic of y allow fever since our
troops evacuated the Island the first
lime. Tho traveler .may salt tho
seven seas today without being com
pelled to walk the plank. .One,, may.
drlvo through the streets of 'New
York, Chicago or St. 'Louis and not,
be held up by highwaymen'. Never-'
theless, human, life Is as Insecure, In
many respects, as: it was when Wat
Tyler led his motley crew of .rebels
toward London town.
Without doubt tho modern city
dweller faces;1 greater , penlls. than
I rusti , G vsmjsx
Merchant Streets fc
If time is important, use the
Office open Sunday morning from
8 to 10. .
tho jo which confronted thb .city,
dweller of tho year 1C10 or 1710.
Detwcen colHslons' on the steam rail
ways or accidents on tho street rair-
ways or dangers on the highways,
due to people who operate automo
biles in a .crazy manner, the oppqr
tnnlHe!i .fnr tha undertaker never
Wer'b belter than thoy; are at lie
present '-time;1 Unless rhme atten
tion Is paid tho laws enacted for
regulating the acts of .fools, and
careless psons, no man has a right
to expect that he can leave hime
In tho morning with tho assurance
ot returning at night with a, wholo
skin, lie walks through a sanitary
street only to be run down 'by an
electric car or an automobile. He
passes tho shadow of a policeman'
In some metropolis only to be sand
bagced bv a thue who Btands close
to the politicians. Ho drinks adul
terated fluids while reading of a
pure food tnoverrient -which' is going
(o lessen he" mortality among ln-
innis ana aauics. rne 'sans in an
odean greyhound with such expedi
tion that he reaches Europe 'in time
to board a train which Is drlVfcn 'it
such a terrific 'rate ot speed that
it runs oft the track' in -a manner
to scatter human remains right and
left. He Is so prosperousfha't W
eats food which eventually destroys
bis digestion. And so tho ceme
teries' are' ns fat as they 'were .In'
the day H-Ixjn "knights were bold
nr-d b'a,t is j.etd'thelr'Sway." '
.So why Should tUese auto fiends
(strive to set aside .the very consid
erate piles made, for 'the benent'or.
the common people' who have to
Walk',; and' who beseech the 'Speed
H. P. WICHMAN & CO.
are leaders in style of en
graved cards and. society cor
respondence' papers; 7
yTeMceep. atfreast, of the,
"times ;in both stylei of en-
gravinK and card stock. HI
Place yonr orders with ui
and ydu will be certain ;yoor
cards and stationery are cor
H. F. Wicfiman
.. I --'.?-- -A
The best Developing and Printing in , the
Territory. Vhy? Bdcause eery border gts
individual attention, Wriich is vtHe formula ;fer
knights of tho rond tor nothing moro
than an even show for their Uvea
within the city limits?
RAW SUGAR MARKET
AQAUrT0 MOVE UPWARD
Continued from Page 1)
at this time to 'examine from this
distance the conditions' ."on which Is
based the' present Kuropean specula
tion for higher prices. Tor diir pur
pose Ve depart ttoot the' usual meth
ods and use a new standpoint based
upon the -most tellable statistics at
oiir 'hand, and Including European
countries not generally Included In
published statements, but found, in
cither reports, and based largely on
Mr. Otto LICht's figures. .
Our object Is to cover every Eu
ropean country raising, Importing or
consuming sugar and to ascertain
the total requirements and available
supplies for same during tho pres
ent campaign year, October '1, 1903,
to September 30, 1910.
We start with the actual stock ot
sugar In all, European countries, sta
tistical and non-s'tatlstlcal, Septem
ber ,1, 1900, 1,102,693 tons, against
1,343,754 tons, September 1, 1908.
We tako the present European
beet crop at C, 155, 000 tons, against
G, 493,644 tons last year,' ,
We estimate tmnorts Into Europe
front outside countries, 408,197 tofts,'
the same as last year., Thtrf gives
a total supply' ot 7,6,65,890 .tons,
ngalnst 8,245,595 tons.
We estimate consumption, 6,643,-
010 tons, the same os'last year.
We 'estimate "exports from Euro
pean countries .to countries outside
of Europe, 199,892 tons, -the 'same I . ... BAB, ArMMTJlBEl
as IksfVeaA " l ' '-M ' ' -f- !,.r
These figures leave the stock 'of all A demurrer was filed thle ,4nflrn
Europeah countries on September h. r"" "t1!67 T. ' .iPet"Jfi
i'910, '22,'88'Vns, against i,"l02,-
693 tons, September , IBM.
To bring our 'figures, to October l'i
we deduct for consumption during
September 481,739 tons the , sa'hil)'
no In'st 'flAntAm'tiDr Tllfa Ipflvn. fnr
stock October 1, 1910, 41,249' tons, I
against 620,954 tons, ''October1 il,.
1909. The new beet crop gives
few, It any, sugars tor use in Sep
tember, "and 'hhy ma'tbrlal additions
to the September supplies must como,
from outside Europe, as must alsp
any excess required for consump-'
tlon in Europe over last year.
-After considering elsowhero In
this naDar tho requirements of the
United States' during the ca'mpalgq,
we co'n'cltidb 'that there 'are supplies
available for 'Europe of 200;000 tons,
more thai) laBt year, and outside ot.
fctihn. Our .United' States estimates
lekve 100.000 tons 'Cuba suaar avail.
able for Europe without Infringing.
nH Ik. Tfl,.wl Qtrilaa ram. I..M ar '
Cuban exports a'bove this amount
-will svenrtially lead to closer com
petition between the United States
and .Europe for available, 'outside'
stppllesi ' " '.'
From this standpoint, 'It is evi
dent to us that the European move
ment Is well ,bascd and that advanc
ing prices must result during the
next few months, "even If there Is
'no sllarp,' quick rise at some time
ih the campaign. '
lite ELECTED . .
At the annual meeting of tho sharo
holders of -tho Hawaiian Development
Co. Ltd., The Koolati Railway Co. Itd.,
The Kaneoho' Ranch Co) Ltd.. The He-
ela 'Agricultural Co. Ltd., Tho Koolati
Agricultural Co. Ltd.. The South Kona
Coffee Co., Ltd., The Kona Agricultural
Co. Ltd.i Tho' West Hawaii Railroad'
Co., 'Ltd.; The Kona Development Co. J
Ltd., me louowing xjmcers ana uirug
tors were elected to sorve, fot the ed-.
suing year:' .. ai TnurBton, presi
dent: d; L: Wlthtngton, vice presi
dent; F. B. McStoBker, secretary; J.
B. Castle and 'W. R. Cttstle'dlrectorti.
All ot the above named gentlemen con
stitute tho Directorate of, the, aboyo
' At tho annual meeting ot 'the' share
holders of the Koolau Fruit Co. Ltd,,
this morning at the office of ktbo" Ha
waiian Development Co. Ltd., the fol-
lowing officers and directors rwflre eltj-j
tod for trio ensuing year: L. A, Thurs-1
ton, president; R. W. 'Shingle, vice---
lirusiuuil.i -, 1J, Ai!;aiubiiv-i,,Dcu6iai
ahd treasurer; W.- R;. Castle; dlreotof ;
J.- B. Castle, director. All of the above
constltuto the directorate of this com
President jTat Bays lire Inj the Wh'lto
HoueiJ Is .lonely,. Vhoreupori "Mr. Bry
an sighs 'thai-bo 'always did, love soll
tUde.Denvcr iRepubllcaa1. ' '
, ', , ' ,', .
Spain's Cdngress of Deputies con-
'slBts'of '400kur.pald members.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE CinCUIT COURT 'OT .THE
First Circuit, Territory of'ftawall:
At Chnmbers. In Probate, iff 'the
matter ot the Estate of Murray V.
Hemlngor, a minor. Order to show
cause on application ib sell Tea I
estate. On reading and flllttt " the
petition -ot'May'E.'Merrlfl, guSrSlan
of said mlfidr, of the City 'and dollnty
bt Hdnblulu, Territory Vf Hawaii,
praying tor an order of sale w cer
tain real estate 'belonging to Murray
V. Hemlnger and being Lot rb.r; 11,
Reg. Map No. 2292, Land District
Pukcle-Palolo, District of Koha; is
land 'of Oahu, Territory of rfawall,
and more'-fufly -rdcscr'lb'ed in sal'a! pe
tition, and setting f6r(h certain1 le
gal reasons why 'uchv rea estate
Bhould "be sold, to wit: Thtft lt.6uld
be for the benefit of the ward 'that
the real estaio be sltd for the',ene
fit'rif the ward,. It.U 'hereby Ottered,
That the heirs and next ''of itlh pf
said minor, and all persons Interest
ed In the said estate, appear 'borore
this Court on Monday, the first ''day
ot April, A. D. 1910, In thtf'fclty
of Honolulu, then and there tc)now
cause why an order should hot be
granted for the 'sale ot such estate.
Dated, Honolulu, March 10,, jJlO.
W. J. ROBINSON, Third Juflgejot
the dlrcult'Cdurt of the FlfthVPir
cult. ' Atteiff : M. T. SIMONTIDN,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. - 2
4563 Mar. 10, 17,, 24, 3jr.'r'.
!iaC CArTBLESS1' ATlb'tY !":-
Lincoln l. Mcuanaiess, to lne,Buit
brought by the Attorney-Qbner'alifor
tWe 'closing bjf McCattdless'bl
lie highway near Lellehua.
In' beli'alt of SfcCaridless, Peters
at'taikBl'tb:'e b'lll bt 'Comp'ia'lnt1in -
number o't 'particular's.' . It Is ,,de
clarcd .that 'it does'rjot appear jfrom
tho statements Ih the complaint that
the road In dispute has been accept
ed as a highway by -theolBcer prof-
ncers or ine-iaw auinonzea io,,faKe
bucH. action In' behalf ot 'th'
Lin2L Wfiotaa c.
Suedo P-VMtfi ttA him,
Sale Price, - $3:65
. 1. P.'MMO ft CO.Bw
Xtutite Call 'vii Ws
Tlei'Xld, Wbr TImW.;
Pampa; .waited naam'
.-,K4ea; $4ae4 H0 mii.
Sale" Price, - $245
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