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Things ill got had ever bad success,
And happy was it always for that
Whose father, for his hoarding, went
to hell. Shakespeare.
lllto wilt now change Its slogan
!4. to "Watch llllo Clean Up," and no
uno doubts that It will mako good.
Henicmbcr the passengers, how
they will grow In mimliera l( pro
vided fur Ijy the steamship lines car
rying the freights.
Judge Robertson's comment on Um
On Tal ensu recalls the remark of
the' Into Judge ICstee that American
law Is common Justice.
Everyone who banks on the fu
ture of Honolulu Is playing In-u fi
nancial game that has a bncklpg as
stftuig as tho United States Govern
i . :
.Most ai.y 1'ieuldent might well re
fute to commit himself when: the
representatives of his party ln:Coii
grcss arc so busy smabhlng the: fam
"Sometimes the cureless uttej-nncc
of.nn official handled by vlcloufe and'
foolish persons call do a coninitiulty
thousands of dollars' worthtof :dniu
ageVnand not accomplish the slight
Honolulu plays no favorites. It
w)U accept four Honolulans as c
bonus for tho two hundred mid
twenty-seven thousand-ton freight
contract, as well as four Wllnel
mtnuus.x Passenger ships pre.. what
Honolulu must liavo wjlh: Its.
f (eights. I i V:
"This break In tho patty ranks of
the House of Itepresentutlvos meatu
that' tho Territory of Hawaii will
be wise to Bttck by the principle ot
protection at every point. The low
tdrllT advocates are making such,
heuyy Inroads that they are threat
i erilng tho very life of tho Jleptiblj
Members of tho Hoard ot Super
visors who forget to attend an lm
j j .pbrtunt meeting of the city legisla
ture are men who have deliberately
!- chucked overboaid any measure of
j publc, confidence they may have
J btejh.carrjlng. Men who run away
I jiiaJ.Uvo to fight another day, hut
not) a winning battle In matters of
. t h
fBorneono has evidently told tho
Russian1 immigrants that this Is an
El' Dorado where one-thousand-dol-Ibr
huggets can bo picked off tin,
board of immlgiatlon by simply ro
fusing to do as jou arc told. Whou
'the Russian Immigrants finally
awnk'e to tho real stato ot affairs, it
will lie an appropriate time for that
someone to seek protection from
; . "
JfSotnehow, President Taft doesn't
stem- to say anything that grips the
heart of tho people. Hveryuno sup
poses', that tho President of the unit
ed '.States decides what he shall do
be'eaubo ho believes he Is rlgh't,
rather than upon any considerations
j)f,fprsonal popularity or party fa
vqf.'J Consequently, tho President
lmsnit, told the people anything thoy
have- pot always depended on as a
(XUrlcIe Joe'B only hope appears to
heiag combination between the Keg
War Republicans and the li regular
IMuQcruts. Should this bo the dual
result, it will merely mean a inoio
Clqps division ot tho radical and
conservative elements In tho two
Vtjgufar purtles and their eventual
combination possibly under a new
J'Srty.'nome. The lines of old party
allegiance are smashing up. and
mM ffnrtld tna tnnn ti i n ilticf rrrnnl doi
ftnee on the altar of tho now Idea.
. ...i. . i a
Y.'When It comes to considering tho
fuviiraUlo features, the balance up
foh to bo largely oil tho sldo of
the flatter. The political skies aio
brightening, and unreasoning hostil
ity1 to corporations Is slowly abat
ing. ' Dusiness conditions nro gone'--iUy
satisfactory, although there Is
some, alight cessation of activity In
cottaln Hues, as is usual at this po-
Yer Sn Montot a ,fi
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MARCH 19, 1910
rlod of the jenr before the sprint;
trade sets In." Henry Clews.
Wall Street ulwajs dicers up when
satisfied that Congiess will iTo nuth
Ing more serious thiin light over
Ilrutus when he ossitsslnated
Caesar promised the liftman
peoplo a better than Caesar.
These former friends of tho
Speaker In the assassination of
that gentleman do .not make n
promise of nnj thing but some
one weaker than the Speaker.
I linvo some1 pride in the In
tellectuality of this body and In
the courage of it, mid If this
House must hnc a Republican
as Speaker then I as a member
and a Democrat prefer to seo
Mr. Cannon In the chair. I
in) self had rather see a giant
thcto than a weakling. I would
rather see a Hon there than n
fox. Congressman Kltchln.
This Is fiom tho -speech of a North
Caiolluu Democrat, and It may l.
nil early expression from the -anchor-to-wlndwnrd
for which Uncle Joe
and tho Regulars linvo provided !l
the fight of the Insurgents becomes
PROMINENCE OF EDUCATION IN
The American people havo ever
looked upon education ns something
very necessary to their piosperlty
The English colonists brought
with them the Idea that education
and religion aro two inseparable fac
tors. Tlrty left tho Motherland at
a time when grammar schools and
Latin schools wcro being rapidly
multiplied, so that Increasing num
bers qf jouth were given tho ad
vantage tif that training which led
o tho university. Under the lm
.mlso of this movement of higher ed
ucation, niid feeling the necessity
if educating ministers in order that
he tollglous welfaie of the colonics
night bo guarded, our fathers nt
juco pioceeded lo csmhllsh similar
schools. The Dutch settlers of Now
Voik also cntertulnul ll'to, views,
and we II ml thim making early and
definite efforts to provide proper in
strwtlou for their children.
As new States were fonned, tho)
promptly took up the work of sup
porting anil controlling the schools.
When by the union of tho States tho
nation cumo Into bearing, tho pollcv
of Stato control was not seriously
questioned. Tho national govern
ment, being founded mill guided by
statesmen who regarded education ns
of supremo importance, has always
maintained it paternal attitude.
Grants ot money and land, mid nu
merous other piovlslons of tho na
tional congress, have aided tho States
and havo fnvoied the rapid growth
of educational agencies. Tho acqui
sition of our vast national domain
and tho onward march of tho con
quering forces of civilisation have
been attended by a rapid and won
derful development of educational
plant nud equipment. There hus
been also n remarkablo giowth of
new and pressing demands on be
half of industry, politics, bclonco,
art, domestic Improvement, health,
and human culture In Its various
forms. Tho piomptltudo and elll
clency with which thei various nud
extonded domands have been mot
havo excited tho admiration of other
nations. As wo attempt to Indicate
tho turgor phases of this progiP3M
and show how great aro tho mate
rial, social and political Interests in
volved, no ono will question Hint the
administration of schools Is a sub
Joct worthy a placo In tho university
curriculum and deserving the atten
tion of practical men and women
who nro called to seivo tho public
in tho educational Held, ollhcr In u
legislative or executive capacity.
AT THE CAPITOL
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been asked concornlng n story appear
ing In a morning paper to tho offert
that tho Wilhclmlna would bo quar
antined at Sail I'raiicltco should the
steamer call at Hllo.
"Tho present determination Is to
roimlt tho Wilholmlna to piococd to
llllo, thoro to dlschnrgfi juid tako on
genoral carKo.Vtstatcd'Dr.'.Hninus, "It
Is expicfslj stipulated 1 Hie ViiIIpI
States quarantine service I tl the
Wltheliulna mimt lumiln nwn fiom
the wharves while tin re. discharging
and taking oti her freight by the aid
of t-hlp's boats In mder t s-ciko n
elenu hilt of health, the Wllbelmlnn
will not be pemillird lo Minli.uk mt
ond class or steerage paiteiig-rs nt
tno Hawaii pint thotmh im i-ntriulon
will bo placed upon tho r 11b irkmlon
of cabin passengers, of which I under
itand a iiumher have ln-iii lucked
llirough the local agents.
"Those yunbln p'tsrenv is who pro
ceeil to llllii by the ilhi'lm'in will
be allow id to go nhoie while the
r.teamtr temalug nt the port lending
the handling or her freight Thcv I
however, be required lo pieseiu lhim
ecIvpii hefore Dr. Orace. the Ted
eial Quarantine roprcentatlvo nt HI
lo. prior lo tit" sailing of the Wllhct
inln.i for Honolulu, ns Hint medical
officer has been Instructed to nuke n
medical examination ot the pas4ni
gers and crew.
Tullowlng n rarcful romp Hue"
with lliofco reqiilieiucnts I tee no ren
ron why we shmild not slve Ciptiln
John-on :i letter to tho Todernl qini
inline authorities at San Francisco,
felting forth vvliSt has been done, ti
will to nil lnlcniH and piirp-i'is scr'.J
ns a clenu bill of heilth.
Mr. John Drew In ejiarjjp of tho
shipping department of C'aslle and
Cooke, the local agents for tho steam
er Wllhelinlnn, stated this morning
that it was the present Intention to
dispatch the Wllhelinlnn to Hllo, Ho
questioned tho authority of tho loril
hoard of health fo came a qunrnntlno
to be placed upon the Wllhelinlnn up
on her nrilvnl nt San I'VanclBCo.
"The Wllheliulna has freight and
p-istcngeiB for tho Ills Islim! and why
Shouldn't fcho go there. We expccUtho
vessel to start for Hllo on Sunday
evening" Inrlsted Mr. Drew.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
The Y M. C. A. will lie given light
of way at Central Union Sun lay. Mr.
John 1'. Mooro of New York, Internal
tlonal Secretary of tho Y. M. C. A.,
will speak at both the morning and
evening services. Ills morning subject
will bo "Looking Forward." His eve
ning nddicas will he an evn'ngcllBtlc
address on thu. subject, "Tho Third
lllblo School at the usual hour, 9:30
a. m. ,
Tho Men's Lenguu', Illhlo Cl-iss will
take up "Tho'Trlal of Jous Trout n
Lawyer's -Standi olnt."
Tho Women's Society lllblo Class
meets nt the same hour In the chinch
Tho ChiUtlan Ilidoavor r'-'uets
tho meeting at Leibl Ilo-ii In u af
ternoon. Tho meeting nt fi:3ft will b led by
Mr. Arthur Kntcrson. Tho topic,
."Money n D'erslng or a Curse."
'Kverjono not connected with nuy
other church Is Invited to nnko Cen
tral Union his church luiinu. Visitors
nnd strangers In tho city always wcl
. Tho - Tlrst MethodlBt Hplscapal
r",.,rC, cor""' t'retnnla Avo anl
Miller St., John T. Jones, pastor,
kinuii auutlHy bchcol scivlco, 9:15
Morning pervlco 11 n. ni. Sermon
by lllshop Eil win S. Hughes I). 1)., fol
lowed by the Ordination of Deacons.
Mrs. Norton Hobo will slug.
Cornel stono laying of the new
church, corner I)eretana Avo and Vic
torla St. Illbhop Hughes will de'lver
tho address. Public cordially (nvlle-l
Union npworth Lcavio scrvlco of
Water house Tru
-Real Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted in, trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, er-
ants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the car ljne. Price $1750.
Story and a half house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain either as a home
or for an investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property jn Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $G0.
Fort and Merchant Streets
Trent Trust .Co., ttd.
HOUSES FOR miNT
FURNISHED: Bedrooms. Price.
1. Eerctania Street 2 $30.00
0. Waikane 4 30.00
4. Waikiki Beach 4 45.00
0. Pacidc Heights 4 40.00
7. Collcee Hills 3 45.00
10. Waikiki .. 2 35.00-
11. Knlilii 1 25.00
12. College Hills ... 2 60.00
1. Wahiawa 2 $20.00
3. Kaimuki 3 35.00
C. Eeretania Street 0 45.00
7. Aica 3 50.00
8. School Street 3 (40.00
9. Kaimuki ? , , 0 45.00
10. Thomas Square 2 25.00
11. Emma Street 4 40.00
13. Huuanu Valley 2 30.00
15. Thurston Avenue 4 40.00
10. Pawaa 2 40.00
18. Kaimuki .' 2 . 25,00
19. Young- Street and Pawaa Lane 4 25.00
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
We Arc Offering
For rale, eight (8) beautiful lots in
the new Kaimuki Ocean View Dis
trict. N .
Tlus nronerty is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract.
TORY LIBERAL TERMS '
For fall particulars regarding thU
.Bishop Trust Company,
nil tho Metho.llrt Churches In the city
(Jnpinere, Korean und KiiKllsh), Hov.
C. H. Mlu, louder.
Hvenlug worship 7:30 p, m. Ser
mon b tho-Hoy,-lricimin 1). Ilovnrd,
I). I)., vdltor or. tho California Advo
cate. Union prnver meetings of Central
Union. Cl'itytlan nnd Methodist
Churches Passion week, Wednsuliy
and Thurfcda evening In tho. Method
ist Church, and I'rlday evening In th
Central Union Church. Illshop Hughes
will preach el tho Central Union
Church I'rlday ovenlng
All ate mout cordially Ipvltcd to at
tend those services.
Chrlsll in CliUrch, cor Alakci nnd
King streets. Morning sei vices. Jun
ior Y. l S. C. K.. 9 a. in.;" Miss Ida
McOuIre, buperliiten.lont. lllblo school
9:45 n m., W. O. Hall, superintendent.
Preaching scrvlco. II a. in., subject- .
"Deny Thyself" Soto by Miss Lath-!
rop. Kvenlni: services: Senior V. P.,
S. C. i: fi 3T p. m.. subject, "Jlonev
a Curse or n Illonslng." Leader John .
Hills; I'rnest Welbourn, pri'KlJont.
Seimnn, 7.30 p. jn subject "Why tho !
Worn! of Christ?" Singing by ths
loung Mens Choir. A, C. McKeever.
"SuITragcnts" is n new one. It Is
supposed to fit mala advocates ot
votes fqr women. lluffulo News.
, YOU WILL NOT LOSE A MINUTE
IF YOU USE
I OiTicc enen on Sunday mornings
from eight to ten.
CITY COMFORTS IHCREASINO.
Larger Parks and More Playgrounds
NNfor the Growing Population
Many Acres in Parks.
I WASHINGTON, D. C, March 8.
It Is shown In tho U. S. Census Bu
reau's special ainiunl report for 1907
now In press, "rclntlvo to tho statis
tics of Hie IRS largest cities each
! having over 30,000 population In
1907, that from 1905 to 1907, tho
number of bathing he.tchcs repored
luircaicd from 41 to 03: swimming
pools, from BC to 01; nnd all tiui
yenr baths, fiom 15 to 78. Tho to
tal bathing attendance Increased
fiom 19,158,5nj In 1!0,' to 29 204
83S In 1907, mi increnso of 52.1
per cent. More than half of this at
tendance was icported from New
York City, those ranking next in or
dor being Philadelphia, lloston, Chi
cago and Milwaukee.
Now York has tho largest acrcago
(278.5) devoted to zoological parks,
followed. In order by Washington
(1CC.5) and Atlanta (140). In the
number of mammals and birds tnat
uch parkH cohtnUi, New York ranks
Irst, nnd Cincinnati second; white
Washington ranks thin in number
ot mammals ni.d Philadelphia third
In number of birds.
I'la grounds nro maintained n 70
of tiie 158 cllloj Included In tho re
port, nnd tho city appropriations for
pin) grounds Increased from $510,
277 In 1U0C to S741.912 In 1907.
More than one-third of the amount
was appropriated by New fork, tho
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
are leaders in styles of en
graved cards and society cor
Wc keep abreast of the
times in both styles of en
graving and card sto.ck.
Place your orders with us
and you will be-certain your
cards tnd stationery are cor
rect. 11. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
URBE Y'S, Ltd.
titles next In order being Milwau
kee, Washington nnd Pittsburg. Prl
, vata lontilbutlons for play ground i
j was gieatcst In AVnshlugtou. Tho
totiu ncrrngo devoted to. pin ground i
was greatest In Indlannpolls. follow
ed by New York, lloslon nnd Haiti
nunc. In New Yoik most of tho
urea devoted to playgrounds was con
nected with public sthooIs.Avhllo In
tho other cities named, most ot tho
playground men was In city parks.
INTEREST PAID BY
The National Capital Has Low Per
Cent, on Account of Large Loan
System in Vogue.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March fi.
The rate ot interest paid by cltlei
on their Interest-bearing debt nt thu
close of tho fiscal jcar 1907, depend
ed largely upon geographic location,
tho cities In tho west and south pay
ing the nverago n higher rata of In
tcrcst tliaii those In tho .north-eastern
section of tho country, nccord
lug to tho U, S. Census llurcnu's
forthcoming report on tho statistic I
or tho 158 cities In tho United S'atui
which had a population of over 30.
000 each at tho tlmo inonflonca
Tho highest nverago In cities of
over. 300,000 population, 4.1 per
cent in Chicago, Cleveland, Milwau
kee and New Orleans ;iu cities of
from 100,000 to 300,000 population,
5.4 Jier cent In Denver; In cities ot
from 50,000 to 100,000 population,
C.5 per cent In Tacomn, Wash.; in
cities of from 30,000 to 50,000 po
pulation, 5.C per cent In Ulimlng
Tho corresponding lowest rntei
wcte 3.2 per cent In Washington,
3.G per cent In Piovldonce, 3.0 per
cent In Hartford, and 3.C per cent
In lllughnmptoii and Hlmlin, Now
York. Tho unusually low ruto In
Washington was duo to n largo
amount of temporary loans bearing
only 2 per cent Interest. Tho ln
lewistrato on the. funded debt of
that city was 3.C per cent. Of tho
cities of over 300,000 population,
Philadelphia paid the lowest avcr
ngc into on Its funded debt, 3.4 per
Ilerlln, fob. 11. Dr. ITmninnuol Lac
ker, of Now York, iclulns the title o'
chess champion of tho world. HI.)
series of ten games with Carl Schlech
tor, of Vienna, who challtuged hlni
for tho title, resulted In equal scoies
each winning one game nnd eight
games vvoro drnwn. The final game
proved mort exciting. It lasted threo
days nnd savontyone moves were
made. If drnwn Schlcchter would linvo
been tho champion.
MOTOit spi:i:dway, Indianapo
lis, Doc. 18 Lewis Strang. In a 120
hortepower Flat covered flvo miles on
tho new Indianapolis Motor Speedway
this afternoon In 3:17:70, estnbllshlng
a new world's record.
Tho former record wns hold, by Old
field, 4:11:03. Strang's feat ended the
trlnls for tho big cms,
Olvcn tho choice between smoking
and good health, most men dccldo
I In favtTr of tho doctor. Charleston
INowb and Couiler.
"Drotnlng," not "ncroplanlng,"
says Alexander Graham Hell. Shall
wo then call the Wrights the two
Droniloa? lloston Tianscript.
MEN'S $4.00 SHOES
Yes, sir, you can have Stylish,
Comfortable, Oood-Looking Shoes,
and pay only $4 for them. They ara
hard to tell from those costing a
dollar or two more.
Made, in Bright Patent Colt, Vici
Kid, Gun Metal and Tan Russia
Calf. High and low cuts; Blucher
and Lace Styles. Late "Snappy" toe
shapes. Many Extreme Styles suit
able for young men's wear.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Films Developed at
RELIEF IN.PE RU-NA.
Mr. R.J. Arlo'ss, 401 Clly.Ilall Ave.,
Muntrrnl, Oucliee, Is an old gentleman
of wide acquaintance, having;, nerved
thirty-eight years In the General Poot
omce of Montreal, a record which
spnaks for Itself. Concerning hi. um of
I'oruna, seo letter given below.
MR. R. J. ARLES3.
"T havo boon aflllcted with niuat
catarrh to audi a degree that 1 1 affecteJ
"This was 'contracted somo twenty
years ago by being exposed to draughts
and sudden changes of temperature.
"I have been under tho treatment of
specialists and have used many drugs
recommended n specifics for catarrh
In tho head and throat all to no pur'
"About threo years ago I was Induced
by a confrere In olllco to try Peruna.
"After soino hesitation, as I bad
doubts as to results after so many
failures, 1 gavo I'oruna a trial, and am
happy to stato that after using eight or
ten bottles of Peruna lam much lot'
prosed in hearing, and In breathing
through tbo nostrils."
The following wholesale druggist
s will supply the retail trade : BEN
SON, SMITH & CO.. Honolulu, Ha.
At n uictliiB of the stockholders ot
tho Hllo Fruit Company held on Sat
urday, n special committee was ap
pointed to tnko steps towards disus
ing of tho plant to 'tho ho3t nuslblo
advantage. An offer to buy tho plant
and tako tho machinery to Honolulu
wiis received leccntly nnd it-fused, ac
cording to n statement mndo by ono
of tho officers of tho fruit romp my.
It Is understood thnf n soml-pioposal
for tho plant has been made by n Ho
nolulu, man who was In tills city last
week, mit his naino Is being kept se
A luncheon for Miss Irmgird Sclno
fer was given by Mrs. It, O Stackablo
on Thursday. Among thoi-o present
besides Miss Scluiefer wero; Mrs. H.
C. Ilrown, Mrs, S. II. Wndhiims. Mm.
.Ins. D. Dougherty, Mrs. Chester Liv
ingstone. Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 258.
'.tnllctin Editorial Fnntn Phone 185.
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