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EVENING nm.T.'ETIN, HONOLTTLTJ, T. H., THUHSIUY, MAIL IT, 1910.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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, in the Territory ot Hawaii.
ry. I Editorial Rooms, 185
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touted at tht Paatofllct at ltouohla
aa aecond-ctmta malttr.
Truth crushed to earth shall rite
The eternal years of Ood are hers:
But error, wounded, writhes with
And dies among- his worshipers.
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Philadelphia wisely postponed the
at. Patrick's .iwbh ilurlug the strike,
In order to ireent nny unlmppy re
" turns of the day.
llc-re's to Irelaiiil, the country Hint
li.is glon the world lis greatest men
hut which Is et uliahlu tu deliver
Itself from bondage.
. It may he that the Senatorial slate
was developed In the councils of an
executive (ommtttee other than the
lU'inibllt-aii Territorial Committee.
, When lining up business candi
dates for the Territorial Senate, It
wilt he a good Idea tu reckon lion.
Cecil llrown In the list of live unci
uud popular ones.
Hawaii would be St. Pntilcl.'s
happiest resting place outside old
Ireland. The snakes are absent, and
the people are so like the Irish at
times In being nt war among them
Honolulu by exaggerating un
pleasant conditions that often arise
can do more needless harm to the
Islands generally In one day than
enii be repaired in months of promo
j It should be noted that one of the
most recent nrrlvuls to make a noise
about Honolulu's transportation fa
cilities was guaranteed passage nt
the tlrst steamship office he visited
' Let the Stock Exchange record be
what It may, you may bank on It
that there has been no depreciation
In the value of securities and prop
erly that Honolulu offers the people
who want tertuiu return on their
HANDLING PLAGUE EXAG
GERATION Only nu evil reputation can be
gained for the Territory of Hawaii
by shouting' "plague" from the
liouBetops, when not a fraction of
that evil repute is justified.
Every principal American city and
not u few sinnller towns with harbou
tin the Pacific Con it have nad expe
riences with plague during tho laet
Jle years. In alt these cities, with
notable exceptions on speciil occa
sions in Honolulu, the cllfcjise has
been handled without unnecessarily
alarming the people In meiy in
stance, particularly In this city ami
throughout these Islands, any nut.
bienk ot the disease has been met
by vigorous measures that have put
It Immediately under control. Thero
Is- not the slightest reason to doubt
that the real and Imaginary plague
rases mi the Island of Hawaii will
he handled In the same successful
Meanwhile, If tho Promotion Com
mittee or the sane business men ot
tliese Islands feel that three plague
rases or a dozen cases call for exag
gerated advertising of garbled facts,
tlieiu Is no way In Which they can do
An old negro in a neighborhood
town uroso In prayer meeting and
said: "Ilreddcrln and Blsterln, I been
a mlghtey mean nigger In my time. 1
hud a heap ur tips and downs 'spec
ially iiowiyi slnco ( Joined de church.
I stole chickens and watermelons, I
cussed, I don got drunk, I shot craps,
I slushed udder coons wld my razzer,
unci' 1 done n sight ur udder things;
but, thank tho good Lawd, brcdderln
nnd Blsterln, I never yet lost my
A young goat hud been shipped on
a 'freight train to a farmer in Minne
sota, A tag, with Bhlpplng directions
thorcon, had been tied securely around
his neck with u rope, but In the course
o tho Journey the goat't iippetlto
tempted him. to chew up the tag and
tope. This gave the negro brakenmn
much concern, Ho hurrlud to thu con
ductor, ,!'MurBo Oeorgo,' ho cried, "for do
InnttH sako, where y o specks to put
offprint Bo.it? 'I; done cat up whnli
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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.MARCH 17. 1010
the city nnd Territory more Injury
without accomplishing the slightest
reciprocal good for tho improved
sanitation of the plantations or Is
land towns, than by blaring the way
with scare talk nnd headline, .
SUGAR FREIGHTS AND
Let i)tir opinions he what they
may, vein must have the II u 1 I
1 1 ii, If ou want tho news. Thero
is nu more Important matter beforo
the leaders of Hawaii's Industry to
day than the transportation of the
bulk of their outgoing freights.
Handled with n view to promoting
the broad lomniunlty Interests, thlfr
subsidy of freights cm: be made the
basis of greater progress for this
city and the Islands generally. Dealt
with In a narrow, purely selfish
way, It can set the Islands back ten
years or more In their development.
Through the enterprise of tho
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n the plans that are on
foot In connection with this para
mount transportation problem hava
been put before the people. Every
cue in the Territory has tho oppor
tunity to be heard before the bar
gain Is closed, and It the Influence !
of Individual or organizations
coimtB for nu thing, they have an
open way to make that Influence felt
for community growth and Hawaii's
This paner believes the carrying
contract should be given to the com
pany that will gle, with a first
(.lass freight service, tho largest re
ciprocal accommodations for passen
ger traffic between tliese Islands and
Sugars of Hawaii are Just as much
the sugars of the thousands of stock
holders In tho Islands an they aro
of the Sugar Puctors Co., Ltd., and
the disposition of the freights by
the managers In charge of tho
freighting should be made with u
careful regard for all stockholders,
some of whom mi.y have other In
terests than their sugar securities,
but who are devoting all their ener
gies In every Hue of business to the
upbuilding ot these Islands,
Passenger business has hud all In
significant place In the making of
previous contracts. An evidence ot
our progress should be the serious
consideration of the passenger traf
fic when the carrying contract lor
sugars for Eastern delivery Is sign
ed up this j ear.
TEN DOLLAR POLL TAX,
Poll tax ten dollars, with an
eight dollars rebate for the voter
who will go to the polls and cast
his ballot on regulur election days.
This Is one ot the propositions put
before the people of Massachusetts
Introduced and discussed In the Leg
islature ot that State.
First off, It Bounds like a freak,
but the principal supporter ot the
measure at the hearing before the
legislative committee was the act
ing president of the Essex County
Associated Hoards of Trade, and he
was seconded by the president of
the Lynn Hoard of Trade. So It Is
well vouched by business men, and
they are presumed to oppose freaks.
Tho purpose of the bill Is to get out
the vote. It Is not a blow at the
alien, but a pointed reminder for the
Nora had been told to say at the
door that her mistress was not at
home when certain callers appeared
upon the scene. It evidently went
much against tho grain for her to make
herself responsible for even so small
a white lie, but she promlsod to do so
and, with certain modifications, sho
kept her word,
"Is Mrs. Blank at home!" queried
"For this wan tolmo, Mrs. Smlthers,
sho ain't," said the maid; "but hlvln
help her If jou ashk me again. I'll
not lolo twolco for anybody llvln'."
A Scotch nreurher hurt rlrlvAn In nn
afternoon uppoluttneut through u our.
lug rain, and us bo entered the coun
try church he shook himself uud r.
maikid: "I urn wet to my skin; how
will I over preach today."
WhureUDOU Onn nf Mm slMli.ru uln.t.t.
Inir bv. rininrkiil. 'Tint nin,w. inin i...
, pulnlt, man, yo'll bo dry enough there.''
citizens who whine nnd snarl be
cause tho government Is not bo good
ai It ought to be,nml then assist
the government In becoming worso
by not coming out to vote. It strikes
at the pocketbook of the voter, nnc!
11 Is generally conceded Hint the
pocketbook is the shortest route to
the average man's heart these da)f.
llrlefly put, the plan Is tu tax
the citizen who does not vote tun
dollars a ear for the privilege or
being Indifferent. The tax Is re
duced to two dollars a year for the
citizen who does his duty.
The advocate ot the bill, In his
remarks before the legislative com
mittee, stated that the associated
boards of trade for which he spoke
Included business organizations of
the cities of Lawrence, Haverhill,
Gloucester, Salem, Lnn, Penbody,
Saugus and Lynnfleld. This is u
sufficient certificate that n good
number nt hard-headed business men
are behind rhe measure.
in explaining their attitude and
tho reasons for their support, the
lender of the combined business
"They nre business organizations
purely, nnd know no rnce distinc
tion, no creed, no political organiza
tion. They exist only for the prog
ress of Essex county, and tho pur
pose of this bill is to Induce some
thought on this question. The first
duty of the good citizen Is to exer
cise his right of elective franchise.
Kor over 150 jears, on every forum,
the people have been educated to
exercise the franchise, and the In
difference to this duty Is lncreas-
lng, rather than decreasing. In spite
of all tho Instruction they have re-ij11
celved, all that has been said as to
"It is this indifference of the
izen mat urmgs tne rorm ot me ruy
and town governments we have In
some communities today. I believe
that every citizen should exercise his
franchise, nnd If there was tho gen
eral exercise of the elective fran
chise that we should havo thero
would be no need ot government by
"Our purpose Is to put this leg
islation lu this form rather than as
a penalty, although It really Is a
penalty. It Is appalling when jou
tace the Indifference of citizens to
expressing their opinions on a polit
ical question. The wholo communi
ty Is too commercially active. They
say 'we haven't the time to spend
an hour nnd a half going down to
be registered, or to vote.'
"In 1909, In this Stnte (Massa
chusetts), there were 915,637 as
sessed polls, and out of that number
only 670,724 were registered. There
were 334,913 citizens of this com
monwealth who did not even make
the effort to register nt the State
election. The percentage of those
not eligible to vote last enr was
very small. Certnlnly nil of the cit
izens who registered must have been
citizens of this country, who wcro
eligible to excrcUe theti' right of
franchise. Out of the entire num
ber registered, 108,087 did not vote
at the last State election; over a
quarter ot tho registered voters did
not vote. It was the same nt the
city nnd town elections, as shown by
document document 43 for 1910 just
'The percentage of assessed polls,
not citizens, runs about three and
ono-halt per cent,, through the
Stute; bo jou enn see from the num
ber of polls assessed that there were
402,137 who voted and r13,500 who
did not vote. Over CO per cent, ot
the citizens of tho State did nol
vote. Now that, I tnke It, you will
agree Is a most deplorable state ot
"You gentlemen have personally
faced It and know what It Is to gel
out the vote at tho polls. The qucs-
Water house Trust
Real Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well .planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the car line. Price $1750.
Story and a half house, modern ,fn
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
Five.bcdijoom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES TOR RENT
FURNISHED: Bedrooms. Price.
1. Beretania Street 2 $30.00
3. Walkane 4 30.00
4. Waiklki Beach 4 45.00
6. Pacific Heights 4 40.00
7. College Hills 3 45.00
10. Waikiki 2 35.00
11. Kalihi 1 25.00
12. College Hills 2 50.00
1. Wahiawa 2 $20.00
3. Kaimuki 3 35.00
6. Beretania Street 0 45.00
7. Aiea 3 50.00
8. School Street 3 40.00
9. Kaimuki - 6 45,00
10. Thomas Square 2 25,00
11. Emma Street 4 40.00
13. Nnuanu Valley , 2 30.00
15. Thurston Avenue....; 4 40.00
16. Pawaa 2 40.00
18. Kaimuki 2 25,00
19. Young- Street and Pawaa Lane 4 25.00
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
We Are Offering
!. jM (8) beautiful lot ill
DeW Kaimuki Ocean View Dis-
Thii nronertv la In one of the
clt-'choicest Mocks In the .ntir tnu-t
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
for full particulars regarding this
Bishop Trust Company,
Hon Is how to chnnge It, nnd I bo-
Heve Hint the best wny Is to reach
the citizen's pocketbook. I do not
believe lu compelling a citizen to
vote, but I believe that If you
oblige a man to vote along the lines
of this Jill! that the number who
would not conio out to vote is less
than five per cent, of the register
ed vote. Men would hesitate a long
time before paying $i0 and the men
who hesitate thc4hrdest are your
wealthy citizens. It would obviate
the necessity of thoso gentlemen
who are nfllceholders, or seeking to
be such, gottlng out the vote. Then
seo what a Inrge saving there would
be made, it Is now an Impossibil
ity for n man to nsplre to public
olllce u n loss he Is r.oady to pay out
his money tq get out the vote.
"it Is a deplorable condition ot
affairs, mid 1 do believe that this
committee can report this bill and
that will throw the whole matter
Into the arena of public discussion.
If jou do no moro than report this
bill in the Hou&e, jou throw it Into
the arena ot discussion and out of
that something may come, along this
same lino, of great value to the Com
monwealth, Tho figures of the In
difference of the citizen nre really
appalling It on stop to analyze
those figures. Think of it, 9111,037
who coujd be registered and vote,
and, only 402,137;w,ho voted. Year
Merchant Street! !
YOU WILL NOT LOSE A MINUTE
IF YOU USE
Office open on Sunday mornings
from eight to ten.
after year this Indifference ot the
citizen Is getting more pronounced.
It does seem to us who favor good
government and do not favor re
strlctlvc statutes upon the privileges
that mmo legislation mlong these
Hues will obtain a more general ex
ercise of the elective franchise. I
believe If this committee rtn sen
ei.oggh lu this bill to report It that
It writ bring out the discussion wc
It Is rejioited Hint 'the committee
men who at first took this bill as
a Joke soon began to think very se
riously on Its many good feature
There ii much In It that Is well
worth while, and Hawaii may find
that the plan has many advantages
that warrant Territorial legislation.
" 'Riches take unto themselves
wings and fly nway,' " read the
teacher, "Now, bojs, cun any of
ou tell me what kind ot riches Is
Tho bright lad at the foot of the
class said: "1 reckon they must be
Little five-) ear-old Lola had been
told by her nurse that the Missis
sippi was sometimes called the "Ku-
ther of Waters."
"You i mst bo mistaken, nurse,"
rejoined the bright little miss, "lr
It Is til ' er of Waters It ought
to he callc Mlstor-Slppl."
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M. E. CONFERENCE
iS NOW BEING HELD
At the fifth nnnual conference of
tho MethoVllst Kplscnp.il Church, which
Is being held In this city, Is presided
over by Hlshop Hughes who said this
morning that: "Our Mission wns
founded here only six jeurs ago, and
that 19 members of tho M. B. Church
In these Islnnds were now Inking the
examination ns candidates for holy
There wore several distinguished
visitors from the mainland present,
who made brief addresses, notably:
Hcv, Mr. Unvnru, editor of tho Chris
tian Advocalo, who static! that: "Un
do Sam was planting great defences
on this Island nnd that Hawaii would
be a hinge UKn which tho union
would turn and that 11 was our duty
to remain steadfast In tho faith as
the eyes of the whole world wcro upon
us and we must not go backward In
religious work but ever forward."
Ur. K. Talmag, n relative of tho
grent divine preacher of that name
was next Introduced, nfter which Mr.
J, I". Moore, International traveling
secrotnry of tho Y, M. C. A. was ask
ed to speak to the audience, Mr. Mpdre
spoke briefly but to the point He
said: "I congratulate you Koreans,
Jnpnnesc and Chinese converts to
Christianity for the firm stand jou
have taken by putting on the armor
of righteousness for tho betterment of
the community nt lnrgo. Limit jour
pleaching to Jesus Christ, so Hint J our
ministry may be blessed nnd that jour
reward may be great In tho service
you have taken up. May you men go
forth to do thu great- work which a
bountiful Saviour has Riven you."
The annual report by tho Hev, .1.
W Wndinan was then rend, from
which the following interesting data
wns gleaned: There are 74 Methodist
Mission Stations In the Tortltory; 21B
converts were baptized last year; 317
new mourners joined tho church dur
ing tho lust twelve months: $,1,200 was
collected for tho upkeep of tliese mis
sions by Jnpaneso. Chinese ami Korean
residents of the Territory,
A very Interesting map wns dlsnlnv-
ed on the wnlls or tho church. Illus
trative of the mission's activity In
Iheso Islands. This map was executed
by Mr. C S. Klin. Dr. Wndmnti slat.
cd that six now mission stations had
been opened during tho past year and
that thrco new chapels hud been built.
a snm or 123.000 had been raised In
this city for the new chuich.'whlch ho
thoughtl was 11 glowing tribute to the
work that wus being done.
There nre C 000 Koreans In Hawaii
couslgncd to the nre of the Metho
dist Church and 14 evangelists. As
tho report of ench station's progress
was read the various pastors rose and
weio greeted by Hlshop Hughes.
Tho following cimlmlttces were elec
ted to servo for tho ensuing vear:
Standing, niblc nnd Tracts: C. I'.
Hong Y. S. Klin Y Yamaka. Homo
Missions and Chinch Intension: O.
Motokavva, J. T. Jones. K. ('. Lee. Con-
crciicp iteiations- u, 8 Kim, J yf
Wndman, O. Motokavva. Kduact'lon:
Frank L. Lee Y Yamaka. 0. H. Mln.
Sunday Schools ami Kpwnrth Lea.
Rues: Mrs. J. T Jones P. I Hon
C. Nakamura. Fraternal Itelatlon and
Resolutions: Hubert 8. Oault J. Mori
moto, B. Toklniasa. I'orelgn Missions
Mrs. M. S. Mack, C. T. Choi. II. K.
Shin, Temiieianco: John M. Martin
U. S. Kim. 8. I. Yeo. Sabbath Ob
servance: William Knott, Mrs. J. W.
Wadman, C. Nakamura nxnmlnatlons:
C. Naknmuin, .1. W. Wadman, J, T.
Jones. C. P. Hong. Nominations- r.
H. Mln, C. Nakamura, J. "W. Wadman.
Public Worship: Tho Honolulu Pas
tors. Conference IJrogram: J, W. Wad
man, V L. Lee, O. Motokawn. Editors
nnd Publishers: Hawaiian (lokyo (Ja
panese Christian Advocate) editor C.
Nakamura. Hawaiian Korean Advo
cate, editor C. H. Mln. Schools: Mrs.
Mnme H. Wadman; rtlver St. Japan,
cso. II. Kuklimoto; King St., S. Na
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
IN THE MORNING
(Continued from Pes 1)
new home 011 Hotel street, nnd tho
affair Is Just one of tho bust. Sure,)
all tho boys In town nre there nt
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure nny case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Films Developed at '
the present minute, and, begorrah,
there Is heaps of fun.
The genial Jack has put an els
gant spread on his tables, and the
waiters aro hard put to,ltto hand
nroutid portions of the 'animal that
pays the "rlnt." And weedrorla of
the crnethur arc also In "evidence,
but, glory be .lo goodness, the, lnds
nre nil Inking water wld a lihlck
Tonight nil tho Irishmen In lha
country will congregate at the Ore
ler Hall, where n suitable program
to the clay celebrated will finish off
the festivities tor this year.
The Irishman Is to bo found all
oyer tho world, nnd, sure, the best
Englishmen In tho Ilrltlsh army are
Irishmen! Sure, look at Kitchener
nnd the other chnmplons. The Sir
dar will be here at the end of thin
month, nnd tho locnl Irishmen
should make nn effort to hosor hlui
In some special manner.
This evening promises to be n
very enjoynblo one, nnd tho patron
saint of Ireland will be honored. In
many a roiln-wnter store. Krlii (in
WHERE IS THE ALDEN BESSEJ
(Continued from Page 1)
thousand dollars was spent In .making
Ihu venerable vcRrfcl seaworthy nnd
plnco her In condition to carry tho
shipment of scrap Iron,
Tho work also Included tho Installa
tion of a five Inch steam centrifugal
pump which Is bollovcd would, coto
with nny mdiuury leakugu that might
bo caused by thu vessel meeting with
Tho Aldcn Hesso Is n craft of wood
and has been In more or less constant
'fervlcu slnco 1871. Ileforo ccVnlrig
down hero the bark, was engaged lu
'coasting trade nlong the west coast 'of
America. Sho was operated by thu
Mexican Trading Company and nfter
ward camo down hero and remained
nt tln harbor for many months, a con
spicuous flguru nt tho Ideal "Itottcn
Captain Miller has tho reputation of
being n careful navigator. Ho Is be
lieved will tnko his time In making
tho passago to Southern California
anil to uvold running Into anything
savoring of real bad weather If possl
ble. Within the next few clays. nwn
from tho Alden Hesso will nwulted
Small Howard happened to be
spending a couple of weeks In tho
country during the cold weather and
In writing to his mother concluded
ns follows : "i can't write nnv
more, for my toes nre so cold I can't
hold n pen."
-. . "
"Tommy," sold the teacher to a
spiall pupil in the grammar class.
......i uic mo uean languages? ",
"Languages that were killed by
being studied too hard," was the
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