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Entered tt-lhe Poaioffict it Itomlala
tecood-cUai m tiler,
TUESDAY MARCH 15, 1910
Who builds a church to God, and
not to fame,
Will never mark the marble with his
Gradually the Btock market Is re
covering from Its slight Indisposi
tion that has Invariably accompa
nied n two-session spasm.
Honolulu can't do a bolter busi
ness stroke than make every pound
ot freight Its business men send or
rccclvo cawnt for more and better
If they keep up the pace at which
Theodore's home-coming has start
ed, the President will appear like a
molehill on u mountain when "the
Immortal Ex arrives In New York.
Governor Krenr'a cable to Dele
gate Kuhlo on the prohibition ques
tion reads like a successful effort
to develop all phases of the ques
tion. Everything Is as clear as
crystal except the exact position of
the Governor. v
President Dearborn must not get
the Idea, that Honolulu people do .nor)
appreciate tho Honolulnn. Borne ot,
them feel that the managers ot tho
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany do. not' realize the -speed with
which Greater Honolulu Is approach
UP TO HAWAITS PEOPLE.
According to tho. plan laid down
In the joint resolution passed by the
Senate, the prohibition election to
be held In this Territory Is on much1
the same lines as the party prima
ries usually held during the sum
mer, except that tho Government
pay 8 the expenses and brings 'its
forces to bear' to prevent crooked
Senator Hcyburn's objection to
the referendum feature was met by
striking from the resolution tho
phrases constituting the result ot
tho election a legal command to tho
members of the Legislature.
This situation, however, will not
lessen tho vigor of the campaign for
rand against the prohibition ot our
.liquor traffic, nor will the final leg
islation be other than Buch as will
'satisfy tho mandate of tho people
expressed at the July election.
Should there be any obvious at
tempt to defeat tho conclusions
of Hawaii's voters, Congress will un
doubtedly respond to a request tor
Federal action In order to complete
any shortcoming that might ho evl-.
denced In the Legislature.
In any svent, the whole proposi
tion Isun ,to 'theneonle' of Hawaii
. .- c. . A.V ,
I to hear this lecture, because It nov-ft-
lrcrtll.a nttl nijt . t.n.n.1 .ntl.J
. bluno U.u, .uu KUIIU I1UI1IU Btlliv-
II en with a tasto of that .strnngo
compound of sad tears' and merry
laughter which only liob 'llurde'tlo
knows how to mix. Thero nro few
persons of Intelligence, 1 believe, at
icasi in me united states, who imvo
not heard "The, Hlse' find Kail of the
Moustache," and who do not lofo
the creator pf'It with nn nftcctlqiii
w'blch must give hlhi no bnd of work'
io ilo responding to, greetings both'
oral and epistolary. '
Hut he Is equal to anything ot tho
sort, prince of 'fellbWs, best' of com
panions, kindest of humorists, king
of newspapermen, that he Is.
Nothing "stuck up" about him,
nothing . sanctimonious, nothing
goody-goody every flbro of him
round, 'sane, sincere, a man unspoil
ed by conventions.
And he Is such by vlrtuo of Inher-,
cut qualities and. not by assumption,
or because of n pone as this' or that;
socialist, humanitarian, preacher or
If ever thero was a man fit to tell
tho message ot Christ to thoso who
have heard It In tho stereotyped form
ten thousand times before, It Is Hur-.
ilctte, and my .deep regret today Is
that I cannot be 'in Honolulu Mon-
.day night to hear nnd see tho lad
since he becamo a divine by ti.ie,
for I have always considered him
chock full of truo human divinity.
I am sorry, too, that ho had to
make a business of resting In Ha
waii; that tho public could not havo
hcard'somo ot his other lectures like'
"Good Medicine," "Rainbow Chas-
ern." ''Advice tn n Yn'iinr Mnri."
"The Woman Vlth fhe Broom," all trict:'
lined with intrinsic humor of the. -,,. i- . . , .
bubbling quality, and a gentle hu- .t,,,.'-.. mv 4t, -nl tt
rAnn n,in,i, .whiM, 'i.' iirHi- cnpiceit. mocka in the entire tract.
....... -,..., , .. .- .....,. ,
When I was a small boy and the
vista has a good deal of- nersn'ectlvo
already I "received my 'first .letter Propjerr, tee"
liuiu uuui lia nits mvu .UIU . Xlur'
Went Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES TOR JRENiT ''
FURNISHED: ' .Bedrooms. -Price.
1. Beretania Street 2 S30.00
. ' Waikane ..'. 4 30.00
A. Wkikiki Beach.. ' .; 4 45.00
6. Piciflo Heights . 4 40.00
7. College HilTT ' '.'A .... 3 . 45.00.
10. WalHki 2 35.00
41. .Kallhi 1 25.00
12. .'College Hills ......... ... 2 60.00'
1. -Wkhiawa .:...: $20.00
,3. Bjmuki .. 3 35.00
6. Beretania Street BJvi 45.00
,7. ,Aiea -. ,... 3" .50.00
8. SchoblStfeet 3 140.00
9. .Kaimuki 8 .ttXX)
,10. .Thbinas Square , 2 25.00
11. Emma Street 4 40.00
13. Nuuanu VaUey 2 ,30.00
,15. TKurs'ton Avenu 4 ,,40.00
.18. Pawaa . . ; 2 ,40.00
,18. Kaimuki . 2 ,25.00,
,19. Young Street and Pawaa Lan 4 25.00
Trent Trust Co.. Ltd,
We Are Offering
For sale, eight (8) beantiful.lbts id
the new 'Katmnki Ocean View'Dis-
yERY LIBERAL TERMS
Jor(full1i)articuIars regarding this
llngton Hawkoyo Man." He sent me
an autograph and told mo to ;'glvo
It three soft feeds a week," that It
was gentle in single, harness and any
child could drive It."
He wouldn't have even an auto
graph abused. And If anybody ever
loved and Understood boys( loving
always follows understanding In
Buchva caVe), Burdette does, which'
is,'pne ot ttj'e secrets ot his keen in
Blgll .Into tho hearts of all the big
ger boys wh'6 havo grown to think
iney are men
Dr. Maxwell appears to bo favor
ably disposed toward white Austfa
lla In tho sugar cano fields. And
judging from the experience of pur
Southern neighbors, the protection
given our. sugars should make a,
"Citizen Hawull" entirely practical
in tho cane fields.
io prove xnemse.ves in ineousincM pa,6 had a boy of hu ownfwho nag
of self-government and 1 they shou'.U k,, to be thankfuI that no had
t-mntfB rrrir1 eAlflnhv Vnnl4 Mr n.WI '.. ... -s
aininv bvvu tiuiu PVItisu UIUU? 1L t,
If time is important, use the
,Qffice open Sunday morning from
8 to 10. - . .
dom I saywhat'I please In my own!
Thero you have It his "own way,"i
Is what you wljl hear on Monday
nvanlnm tint 4tiA IaaIiipa mnv
a, father who though religious, and read un',,er tho (gama ut,6 stluJ
iimi, khbw euuuBii even without those little Mace-notes'
Neither women nor minors aro per
mitted to enter saloons, and gambling
and frco lunches aro" strictly prohi
Not only is tho sale of liquor for-
blddqu to any woman or minor, but
also to any person whoso wl'fo, son,'
daughter, brofhor, slater, parent,, guar;
dlan, or employer shall havo jglven, no,
tc,e, as provldod', forbidding, tho sale
of liquor ,tp such p'qrypjn.
V.ncre, are many otner very ngorpus
restrictions. Now.'wha.ti has been "the
effect, ?f hat law? .That Is certajn'l'y
a primo question in mis. uiscussion
Mr. Vfoolley .stated this morrilhg 'that
theroitiad been under 'that, law no de
crease In. tho number of saloons, and
yet , ho himself, 'later on,' admUted
the fact trj'at on tho Island of Kauai,
ono of the. tour. largest, Islands. of the
group, the 'liquor- board 4had totally re
fused (o Ib'bu'o any Baloon, license what
ever. .-..-,- .-
Mr. Woolley. Vhat,I said, was thai
there wiis.no decrease In the number
In Oovcrnor Froar's reort for, this
year ho makes a statement of tho
number of'arrests resulting from
drunkenness, and that statement bIiows
tlidt slnco .tho law- of 1J07 went n(d
effect, althoiigh the lmpulatlon Is In
crpaklhg, thero has been a decrcosp
'of' over' 0 ucr cent jn tho J number of
Arrests .'for drunk'enriess. The figures'
further how' Wiat of' 'thoso arrests fori
drunkennpss only a nlncuity or thoso
arrested aro Hawallnns, )ho jnajorfty
octng .Asiatics ana otner nationalities.
Those aro tho facts with reference
to tho working of this law.
To return 'to tho question ot res
triction, I want to say Just a word
about-tho charatfcr"'qf tho boards
which control "tho Issuing of theso li
censes. Tho present llquor-llcense .board on
the .Islhn'd'jof Oahu,"thV ftlahd '6n
which Honolulu Is located,. Is composed
as follows: The ch'alrirjan, .Clarence
M. Cook'c. Is VircsOdnt and general
manager of jthofiank of Hawaii, tho
largest' ami strongest financial Insti
tution In tho Islands. Mr. Cooko Is
a graduatd 'of ValeVnlvcrslty, and Is
a member of one of 'tho oldest mis
sionary families in tho Islands, and
a man who Is distinctly 'identified with
Ihe missionary and Christian elements
of that community., Mp'i a mnn who,
t.nlti liv nnrnnnnt hnMlH rRtlrl liv ntfl
public vews on temijcrano affairs Is'
,llBlln.tlv nnil u'hnlW n If.mlw.rffnr'
The second man on tho' board la
Wlllard Drown, n graduate of tyarvard,
and. atDostonIhsTytilrth. Mr,, Drown'
ta In InA ktruV.1mt&men htialnAaa In
Honolulu. He Is a man who Is rtlroct-J
tucnt should prevail In Oahu, a simi
lar result would follow, fa?
Senator Piles. Tho board would
yield, would it, to tho will ot"Ma
eoulo of IhoV lslarid.7 s
"ilr. McCicljan.'"",.! believe (tHy
would. !.. v
' Mr.. Dinwiddle. How about, f be ter
Mr. McClellam VI am cornlngjathat.
THE THROUGH UNE AGAIN
Most everyone Is ready to employ
tho' newly-arrived Russians It he
may have a. reasonable guaranteo.
tnai alter agreeing io pay a uoiiar
aaay, mora or ess, no win not u(
ripped up the back and subjected to
Ilusslnn derision and 'scorn for fatl-j
Ing to pay two dollars a day.
'ytheodoro Roosevelt, after several
months In the Jungle, said this tn!
tiisYflrst authorized Interview: "I'h'ej
best American is the Bpstonlan who:
has lived several years west of ihe
'Rockies." Nuw watch some of i6-j
n'o'lu Hfs first citizens more more vlg-j
orousiy ior commanuing posuions.
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Between Dearborn, who carries
the' big freights to New York, and
jftlatson, .who carries the big freights
jtq .Ban I-Vanclsco, Honolulu ought
.certainly to obtain something very
nice in' the way of passenger trans
portation,, if thoso bestowing tho
freights have a duo regard fOr broad
Honolulu's only regret in connec
tion with Robert J. Burdette Is his
jfalluro thus far to declare hU lntcn
tlon to soil all his goods land chatels
,auu come to iionoiuiu to live, nui
. '"Bob" has a stvle of his own: he
ihas'ia reputation for reasonable hon-
(vlf, IJVUIl njiuu luin.iiix ui u vv
whero ho Is enjoying himself to iue
' As an evidence of the mainland
jitondqncles of thought ion matters
lof' official patronage -and punish
'nfent, the threat that tho Insurgent
Republicans might be punished by
ll'rosldont Taft's withholding patron
age brought the following editorial1
utterance from the Chicago Record
Herald: "X use patronage as a
weapon In a struggle ot conviction
and. Ideas; to ,punlBh men who hon
estly believe certain things essential
ltd Republican strength and success
,'by withholding from them tho loaves
mid fishes ot patronage would be
.so'petty and so silly that no admin
istration could survive the ridicule,
tth'e scorn, the contempt that such
'.. ifcc'anilalous tactics, such peanut pol
ft 'jtlcs would provoke.'' v (
Mr. .Mootp's Inability to secure a,
guarantee ot transportation oh board'
the Mongolia to this port Is no sur
prise, and no' alarm would be oc
casioned If this Incident Is touted'
as further proof at the evil ot Amer-
'.'.I'jtnrcoastwlse shipping laws.
As a matter at fact, It has no con
nection with the coastwise shipping
laws, but is merely what may bo ex
pcctc"d'a nil times from all through
sleamshln lines when traffic fs con
It furnishes another Incident to
.support the argument In favor of
building up a purely local passen
ger and freight service between oui
Island and mainland ports that will
meet the demands ot a growing a'ml
ambitious community. '
Just as long as through steam-'
ships operate under any flag, pass'on-
gers .desiring to stop at 'a way sta
tion will' 'have the1 experience' Mr.
Moore nn"d pth'ers havo met
through passongers first, way-station
Steamship men operating In the
local trado should meet this situa
tion by building up a local service
that will 'give the Intending passen
gers transportation 'oh .whkh they'
can depend: comfortable, reasona
bly speedy and well-appointed
steamships whose terminal port Is
Honolulu, whose agents .will sell
tickets to intending passengers till,
every berth Is filled, also guarantee-'
Ing a return passage on 'such' trip ott
the steamer as the passenger elects.
No reasonable person can. expect
the local steamship operators to put
a Mongolia or anything' like It pflj
the local run, but steamships that
are good sea boats, making as good.'
time as the large through liners! and
Improving on the personal attention
and comforts given trio passengers,
will not only piaco iionoiuiu In nnj
Independent position, but accommo
date such men as Mr, Moore, with
discriminating tastes in matter's' oi(
orthodox' at that, knew
about one particular matter not to
try to make a man out of a boy.
Here Is a bit from a characteris
tic letter written me from River
"Aren;t you .Just a llttlo surpris
ed to get, a .letter .from me hereT
I said goodbye to you, at this place
April 83, .1888. Njw here I tam
again," as Mr.'Merrynian gays. In the
circus. The home and (he boy
and the bpy!
."Robert Junior Is Just a little tall
er than his father, considerably
broader In ,tho shoulder and plays
left halt back on his .football ;team,
strong', healthy, splendid."
Those who have read Dr. Bur
doffe's books and articles know
something ot his delightful spirit,
but no one except those who got his
notes and letters have tasted of the
fresh, pure spring of his soul a
word now and then from "Sunny
crest," or a letter In the rush ot a
(ecturo tour .from .East or West or
some crow's nest.
Here's from "Tazwell, Virginia,
"My Dear Boy I'm out on a 7
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i i T.
. tj .V,
nStocks ( recovered tspme,w,hat An 'Ao
bctwe boards business .""V1- ''Pt11
revived i, to 'quite an'' extent, b'utJtrjeyo
were no qOsslon .sales , today with
'Which io.cfllelirAtn.tn dpolalon of tftn
Stock ExcK'ange managers .'return (o
the one ses'sion, a day plan. ' v
Oahu Sugar, has. Vecoyqred .somo of
its previous fall In price, ,'th'p jjatSst
salo being at J8.25. vyalalua ,attor
dropping bick (p 133.7$ spld at 4
and seems 'reasonably strong , at that
flsurc. , " $,
,Tho largest ealo.irecordod ,was 410
shares 9f'.HawiUIn ', ,Commerclil .t
10.876. t " ?
qnoot the bares hot repprted.on the
lyvrelatcd(,t6itho;so:caUtfjI "rtWBlonarji Stock ."Bxchaho because (thoftflclt Is
clrcfes.' both In thrt' business and soA not listed 'was fortv share's of 'Alexui-
clal life of Hawaii a man who Is ills- dcr ft Baldwin "at .300. Tho ja.it .prevl-
1 ous, sale (of thla. stoc,k was n Varge .
oiock inat went at Z6U.
tlnctly a temperance man.
Thn third member of thn board
Novhian' Watklns, Is.' a gradu'ato of thej
Boston School ' ot Technology, MVj.
JVatkins Is, manager of a(half-mtlllqri.
dollar .Hawaiian' corporation, and -his
alliances are also with tho substan
tial jipgallcd, '.'wl'sslpriary .elepent" In'
tho community, both In a. business
way and socially.
Tho fourth member, of tho board,
Carlos M. Long, Is a graduato ot
Georgetown University. Ho Is a.law
yer by profession, and a "clean, res.
pected man In the community'. ' "
Tlio .fifth member of 'the board U
fnhn f' 'nli. n Panarilan ... t.lrll.V
Mr. Craig Is a contractor, whoso busi
ness connections are very largely with
th'o tempcrsnceolement In the commu
nity rather than 'the' contrary. '
ilU VIIIVI MVIUI, liVUIICIUCU, I1IVDI.
boards aro distinctly composed of "men
of vsloons In Honolulu. That Is .what of temperance proclivities. They are
of personality! which add to a lec-j
turc, you may get muchiof the splrltj
of Burdette's wine In such books aa
"The Son of "Asaph," "The Life 'at
Wm. Penn," "Smiles YoKed' Witbj
Slghrf," "Chimes (from a Jester'a
Bells," and "The fllse and 111 oil
tho THoustache." '' ' ',
' Well, he'h'as come even to Hawaii
nel vhlther I invited "him years ago
ns a-guest'ot the Kaual'Koduk Klub.
and he Is colrc fnoon to Jinan, and!
I havo not touched his hand, dearj
genial friend. I " . j
Hut mv lOvo goes with him. ana
-my best hope for a quick return to
theso shores when we all may have
an opportunity to offer him our Ha
waiian sunshlno 'for some of the sun
shine with which Qodi has filled his
soiif. . -
March 8, 1910.
I should havo tald, If I did not.
Mr. McClellan. The saloon has been
wiped out on the Island of, Kauai, and
power has.been.glyen to eypry.bparn
On every Island to take ,that action
wheneyer public sentiment Is such as
lujuBinj ii. 4u; iinvv, in.puut ui
fact, cut ..nut a good ..many saloons,
or certain,)'- nme saloons, because' It;
.aa.peen e nv j;.?rpr, very JvWe .9015
men t" In th' papers that certain ,sa
ioons.have liu their licenses revoked;
or havo had tho renewal of their li
censes refined, becauso the, board war
ji " ..A... v...V" . " i'v. A-?l . -
uissaiisiiuu wiiu ino.cuuauei 01 uiosq
ZUXkU- ' " 1 - v t 1
A fwim iPiicMk S . 1
Jprlty-6'f nllhold'eTS vjrthlft i,T)bo foei
must h'p secured. '" ' "
Bond mast tin ertven hv tlrnRn'na
month's lecture tour. There Is free- for compliance wlth'au regu)atlons';of
awaaNdaii ' " -. " ' " y- '-
(By E. S, Goodhue, ,Holua
About this tlmo twenty-two years
ago, 1 lieuru me lutiuru wnicn nu
nolulu people will be privileged to
hear next Monday evening. The lee-'
ture was dolivered In Riverside,
California, under Ihe auspice's of tho
Y. M, C. A. with which I was then
connected, and we had a crowded
house, 'For nU'thcse years alid long
before men and women, youthB and
maldenB, boys and' girls, .wise and
foolish, rich and noor. over this
broad America of .ours, ,liave flocked',-,
Real Estate for Sale
Half -acre lot well 'planted in trees,
uith two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters', etc. All, in. good con
dition. On the, car line, Price $4750.
Btory -and ajhlf 'house, modern In
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either. as a home
or for an investment: Price' $3250.
Acreage property in Palblo'y alley,
Manoa Valley and Kaiinuki. '-
Five-bedrooin house on Thnnton
avenue. Price $60,
not In any ,wqy ruled ?r Influenoed.
by tho liquor interestsoMrasjtheir,
memDorsnip jis.concernea; ,fnainey(
,H. J. WIOHKAN ,C0.
are leaden in itylea of en
lKxtvA, cards , and '. iQoiety .cor-
We keep abreast of 'the
. ' x
, times ,in -boh .styles pf en-
Place your orders with.ns
diy.willbe certain jour
cards and stationery are cor
reot. H, F. Wichman
& Co.. ij&,
not bo Influenced, In that dlrec-
1 1 have already t cited the fact that
this board has 'from time to. time re.
volcpil nertnln llpnseit. It hfl rfifus.
cd to renew, otcr'llconses. 'In addl'
tlon to" that, 'dnrlhg the past year the
board, ot its own .motion, has passed
a new regulation absolutely ibrpiu1
ding tho "sale" 6't'lIquorV in h"otelsi and
cafes on Sunday, 'A much more Im
portant, fact Is jhat it has .decreased
the total number of licenses Issued,
since the' law' Vent Into effect) b?
upward ot one-third. 1
The Chalrmsii. In Honolulu? ,
Mr. McClellan. On tho Island of
Senator .Flies. Have, tho peoplo, of
tho city of .libnolulu tJjno to tho
board and requested that tho licenses
bo refused in the city? Have they
been trying to mako It a prohibition
Mr. McClellan. Thero has been no
such organised movement that I know
Senator Piles. Is It tho scnUmen
of the people of Honolulu tha'ti It
should be a prohibition city?
1 Mr. McClellan. I would say, as far
as one Ib able to.Judgo, that lt,ls not;,
that the majority sentiment pt Hanoi
lulu has not' yet been cryBtalllzed In
lavur ui pruniuuiuii. t
Senator Piles. In your Judgment, It
the peoplo of those Islands demanded
proamnion, wouia inese lemperance
boards glVe them prohibition?'
,Mr..McClcllau. .1 think, they .vmques.
tlonably would. .Tho best answer to
that is the statement of what. has ac
tually' occurred on' the. Island ot,Kau-
n(, jwhoro tho 'sentiment .was distinctly
in luai uirecuuii. iuu uuara in.iau-
Regular dividends were paid ,'today.
that turned a total .of J17S.2tO'iovcrlo
s'frfckhoiders. " ia
,Nlgel Jackson, the marathon runner,
who left tho Bulletin office .jh'ls
morning at 7:30 for n leisure hlkejto
IIalewn, arrived, at. that, point a few
minutes .bjpfpre W .q'clock ,qdajr,cei
sumlng 4 hours and, 27 minutes on' ft
Jickipn repprts.over ph6ne, th(5
mado 116 attempt to establish a recoYd
over tho course which will be runjn
April 3, but took things decldey
easy, making arrangements for W
freshments Dolnts at stated Intervals
alonK,thoro)ite. Jj(o reporu' the roaiia
In the nestTsort of condition for fdot
wokuan6 bjts cVncludedsatlsfaetotr
arrangements- with Halelwa's manager
for, tho comfort bf thoso who partlol
pata In tho marathon hike next month.
ai ouuwiy ,suui ,iu ,11m iiituur uKBicrn
I "Wo win issue, no Baioon.uccnso ,on
tho Island of Kauai,' and'nono has
1 ... . . ,-1 - -, -'
' Senator Piles. Tpu,'aro of ,the,ppln
ioriaro .oji. that t,tho same scntl
ment'8houl.d prevail, In Oahu
"Mr. .McClellan.. If the same.ientl-
I SPEQAL SALE I
I Children's I
I Barefoot 1
I Sandals 1
About 100 pairs chil- 'iB
aren't tan . Bare foot ,iB
, Sandals . Sites. 10 to,8. vm
-Jotmer.ttfca. , . ,
.......SI and $1.25 M
H ' ssH
4 1 I, , lJ i ,'" T V "" '
ii i 'i i.
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