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EVHNINO I1UI.M3TIN. HONOLULU, T. 11., SATl'RDAY, MAIt. 2fi, loin.
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fcnierrd at the PtMtnthcr Ml tlnfoluiu
u nevmid cUm ii)4ttri.
Howe'cr it be, it seems to me,
'lis only noble to be good;
Kind hearts are more than coronets,
And simple faith than Norman
Longshoremen urs rosicliliiK their
political conclusions early in the
Judging from Mr. Dearborn's ro
mark, tho transportation problems
of ltnwiill will do decided in Sail
Returns coming In from day to
day point to tho unliidlcted members
of Pittsburg's city government being
in a hopeless minority.
Homes built for the Rtmlans
might well lie tin own open to citi
zens who do not si in u tho opportu
nity In work for a living. . :
SupporteiH of tho foreign steani-
ship lobby at Washington believe
that anything done for American
shipping Is an Improper Influence on
Our County Supervisors are put-
ting through ordinances thntniako
for tho bCBt progroaa of tlio "town,
despite the fact that tho arguments
uro tomctlmcH long and painful
IIIIo's Hawaii Herald remarked
tliat 1'iatik Harvey's candidacy for
I)elouD.re would creato consternation
fr-tn Honolulu. Only In tho Fool's
k rrudto. No one eUowhcro over
t? " took It seriously.
Stock, sales reported on tho Kt
change aro icinlnders that tho con
stant repetition of tho high law sug
ar quotation .will finally pry tlio
most conservative investor free
r from his money held in walling for
Pcoplo contemplating the erection ' "ll!i '" ltH headquarters there,
of a two-nillllon-dollar tourist h.tvl-4,mJ U,B "n:ent niovement has
on tho plan proposed by Mr-.-Dear.-p"""'1 "ojitn-or Its most aidont sup.
horn should ho able to secure much 'boilers In that section of tho conn
valuable Information from Alexander ,rJ'. ....
Younr on tho nermaneiicn of com-1
' In theso da j s when thero aro. man-
' j Ifcstly too many frivolous anil Iml
'moral stago ciitcrtalniiieiils. It 72
; refreshing to note tho list of plays'
offered at tho Opera House, and the
largo audiences aro gratifying test!
mony of Honolulu's appreciation.
Today's record In steamship cir
cles Indicates that tlio "freighter" of
Honolulu's local lino is unlto as pop
ular as the through palatial liner.
and upsets tho frequent declaration
that u local Honolulu liner can't
tcompcto with the largo through
rcrolslrous, Uusslans and tho
Rwholo kit and kahuodlo associated
A fow years ago a well known Now
York attorney had occasion to argue a
case before a Justice of thu peacu In a
binall town In western Now York. Tho
attorney and Justh'o belonged to dif
ferent political parties, hail been op
posed to each oilier In suvvial contests
and wcro far fiom being fi lends. IC.ich
"had It In for the other."
In a field near thu courthouse a don-
Wkey was feeding. Just as tho attor
ney was making his plea, something
distill bed the animal, causing It to
break forth with a resonant bray.
"Just a mlniio, Mr. i:., Just a uilii-
uto," said tho Justice blandly, "I can
not hear two nt oucii."
The attorney was hind hit, 'jut ho
said nothing mid united.
'When thu Justice was explaining a
polut of law to tho Jury, the bray of
tho, donkey resounded through tl I
court) ooiii again. Tho attorney placed
lilm band to lils ear and said In his
Would sou mind loneatlnz that.
vour'honr? "fhere wuh such an echo
tha'til could not understand."
, Last week n friend of mine adver
tised for a hlrod man. A btnlwar'
lyoung (iiiiinan uuswoied. As ho
Lwalked Into the barn ho addiessed my
friend with. "Mpy, mister, will ynu Job
ler Sit Moiilna .fin
Per Year, at,)liete lo U.S . . I.oo
Pel Year anyvhrrc h OiikU.. I. Ho
Per Year t.ntald. toietxn 2..
MARCH 20. 1910
with them may lake It for grunted
that If they belong to tho "don't
want to work" class, the sooner they
make themselves scarce In Hawaii
the bolter. Thero Is work and a
good heme for them If they Iiiivj
sense enough to realize It.
FIGHTING AMERICAN SHIPS.
Investigation of (ho Merchant Mn
'line League liy a committee of Con
gross should bo a great assistance
lo tlio moil uHgaged In arousing tlic
people to a reallznllon of tlio abject
slavery of Aincrlcati commerce to the
foreign ship owner.
This) will he tho case if the in
vcstlgatlnn ,ia thorough enough to
develop tho size turn character of
tho foreign steamship lohliy that In
and lia licen maintained at Wash
ington, nlwayi) ready with n snort
ami a sneer for the superiors, of the
American merchant lnarlne.. ,
The people nmy rest assured that
tlio men of national standing en
gaged In tho strugglo of rescuing
our shipping from the position In
which foreign influence tins placed
It will not be rhecked by a Conges
slonnl Investigation. They will bo
1 orelgn shipping Interests are
feeling tho smart of tho recent rul
ing of tho Attorney-Ocnoral that
JjHiey must pay tho foreign coYpo'rn-
Hon tax, and it Is not surprising
that they should stir up dust of somn
sort in Congress to Impede the cam
paign of the men engaged in wiping
out the national dlsgraco "presented by
tho United Slates turning nit Its ocean
carrying trade over to foreign sl cam
:r ; f
SIGNS FROMJANSAS '
All national revolutions seem to
Elnrt In the vicinity of Kansas, l'op
v-onsen.ucn,iy u is oi more mm.
ordinary luteiest to note an luel
dent In tho politics of "Kansas that
emphasizes (he break-up of tlio old
party lines as they hao hold for
Tho Kansas incident Is (his: Que
of tho Sf.ilo Democratic leaders, W
II. Kyati, has announced that he does
not favor thu nomination of a Dem
ocratic laudlduto for Governor In op
position to W. II. Stulibs, tlio Re
publican Governor. He says he will
support Stiihlm under any circum
stances for tho le.ison Stulibs has
earned tho opposition of.ull tho spe
cial Interests and the politicians and
attorneys ufflllaicd with tho spoclal
Stulibs has been assailed as a Pop
ulist by tho machine, clement, and
Mr. Ityau looks upon this as the
best possible evidence, that ho has
"Will I what?" asked my (iIhiiiI.
"Will joii Job mo? Mako mo work
"Oh, I see; joii want a Job?" eabl
my filend. "Well, how much do you
want a month?"
"I tell ou, If joii eat mo on der
farm, I come for life dollars, but for
tweiit-llfo dollars I eat iiiytelf by
Ono day a kind hearted Kcntlcurin
was walking along Uio street when
two boys met right In front of him.
The older of tlio two grabbed the ollior
one by tho collar and said viclmmly:
"Now I have yer. I told er I'll git.
oven wld yer. .
The kind gentleman tried to stop
him. "Don't you know It's veiy wrong
to fight?" ho asked, "and you ought
not strike a hoy smaller than jour
"Well, ho wnsn't too small tcr plas
ter mo faeo wld mud jestcidny,"
piled tho boy.
"That certainly was not nice," said
Hid gentleman, "hut don't get ovon
with him by doing him n wrong tench
him a lesson by heaping coals of flro
ou his head."
J "Wat yer.tlnk" said the hoy. "I
ifnn't want ter burn do poor chump;
all I wi'iit Is ter punch his guiu-dasted
Utile frog face for him."
And ho did.
been doing Ills best to servo tho
public. The same machine, clement
has been attacking Senator llrlstnw,
Hoprl-reiitnto Mm dock. Hoprcon
lathe Madison and others who have,
declined to icgaid public oHlcc as n
medium through which the particu
lar welfare of the c.iirpoiullolm unci
special Intcicsls shall be enhaticed
In the stand he hns taKeti. Mr. it)
an has tho backing of mail) oilier
Slowly perhaps, but very suto y
the people ato getting together on
new lines ami the two parties ivp
letcnt (leiicrnl Inteiests as ngalutt
Special InlcreslB In matleis of gov
The problem of the hour Is not so
mil' li what thu people will evclituailj
ilo as II Is whether the old line lar
lies will ndj'ust ihemsiUU'B to tho
ijj'w condition, or li their stubborn
ness force the launching of a new
PHYSICAL DEFECTS HF SCHOOL
Hxpert medical Inspect Inn of the
chlblicii In the public schools Is gain
ing headway ill the cities uf the
mainland, aiul will eventually be es
tablished In the public schools of '
this Territory when the people fully I
understand tho need for it mill bow
much childicti can bo helped throng
timely correction of defects not
Tho i unit of medical liilllnji
among the public kcIIiio chlldien I.
Now Yoik city Is a fair sample of
what may be epeeted In any city
or town. Of ICM.:::! I children exam
ined by tho Hoard of Health phjsl
clans, only iine-qunrler were free
from phjslcnl defect. More than
half the ihlldicn examined needed
the iiltplitlfin or ibn dentist. 1nit
this was no doubt the case In an
even greater proportion In tho dis
trict school which joung Daniel
Welister attended., One-sltli bad
trachoma, an Imported eye disease,
easily curable, which the ilonid of
Health is stamping out by its polko
power. Thirty-eight chlldien In n
thousand were umlor-fed. Twelve
per lent, had defects of vision. Tho
proportion is higher among men and
l.lfo Insurance examiners nrtUts
who paint from tho model, army ic
crulllng officers and others familiar
with physical hiimanltj- know that
itjuong udiiltti anything approaching
perfection Is rare. A considerable
pioportlon even of the yiUiug glanU
who try for places on collego foot
ball teams are often treated fur ade
noids or other minor defects.
Hut tho men nndVwomen of tho
flit uro aro certain to be a hoilthlor
ami tiiercroro Happier people If tlio
iiMigiiiucaui iieiens oi cm iu i.iaru.ing placed upon uic siauu aim ex
taken In hand during the jcars of
school work. Attention to the phjs
leal condition of chlldien has in
more than one Instance changed n
child from n backward, iiiiinanago
able pupil to a bright scholar Inter
ested In his work. Defectlvo cyo
sight often does more balm to a
child than all the education of books
can possibly ovonomc, and it the
fault U coriccteil, Hie child Is us
"iircd a certainty of future success
hat can baldly be estimated.
It Is to be hoped that the prcju
llie against medical Inspection In
Hawaii's schools that has been flo
ated by tho terrible criors of admin
istration in Hip past, may bo over
come, and tho children given the
assistance that will bo so vital to
their best phjslcnl ami mental ile,
A woman shouldn't be foolish alxiiu
her ago. It's often better An lell tin
truth than have It gues.cd al.
After II Is nil over the nwrago mill
wasles a lot of lime telling what , he
would do II lie had another chance.
MAN0A VALLEY New thrcc-bcihoom bunp;alow in
process of construction, ncrtr car-line. Choke clc
vntion , , .$4000
MAN0A VALLEY -Two-story housoj three hcil
louins; mountnin nnd murine view. House mod
el n, Rt-ounds well improved $5500
' MANOA VALLEY Duildinrr lots. We hnvc two bar
gains in building sites $950 nnd $2000
MAKIKI DISTBICT Two barp;ains in homes
.33000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished; to lrnsc
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for ncrioJs of four to six
months. Rentals $G0 to $100 per month
L : - ! !
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
This Week's Bargains
KAIMUKI HOME, HOUSE AND LOT $1403
CITY HOME, KING ST., G0::120 LOT $2750
CITY HOME, NEAR THOMAS SQUARE ,. .$2500
MATLOCK AVE., HOME, SMALL LOT $2700
C0LLEOE HILLS HOME. 100x200 LOT $2600
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We Are Offering
For b1c, eight (8) beautiful lots in
u Kni.uuki Ocean View Dis-
This nroncrtv is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract, i
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
For full particulars lcsarilinp; this
Bishop Trust Company,
HOLT CASE IS
STILL IN DOUBT
The legal battle in tho effort to
niiusli tho Indictment brought by
flu. Tim-, llnrlnl rirninl lmv tifrnlnat
fo.mer Tax Assessor .lumeb Holt was
continued before. Circuit Judge Hob-
erlron this morning, Deputy City
( and County Attorney Mllvcitun lie-
nmlned by W. A. Kinney ut consld-
eriudo length as to tho Investigation
PMiwiiiPtnii hv i.lmxelr lii ilin nether.
lug of evidence tltat resulted in tho
indictment of liult on n chargo of
me uiiu oi .no u.c.ru ...u .. ,-
patently dltccled at an uttempt, to
show that the meihpils pursued by
tho Tax OHIco In tho collection of
back money wcie mi conipllcalcd
that the appaieut embczzleincul is
duo solely to a tolloctlou of clerical
(no U'an Hoy, sonio of wlioso tax
money Holt- wiim accused of tiiklng,
was also placed on the stand tlilj
Onions without tnl:. Healthiest
kind of an older!'- Atlanta Consti
llabbi Itelliard Kaplhn deetiies that
Carnegie p not a iruo phll inlhtopM.
(lee Ooiig. vslio was conv'lcled or wc
"lid degieo murder, h is been yealcueo I
to life luipilsoiimenl.
Ol!r!lll!f.l l.ilim- ll-fU oMlctel fill
isiu i Kecure lletch Ilelchy for Bjii
WHEN' TIME COUNTS, USE THE
I Ofilcc open on Sundays from 8 to
10 in the moniinj;.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, March 20,
riillcnii ror Honolulu.
Sch, Aleit, for Honolulu.
VANCOlTVUIt Snlleil Mar. 2.1: S.
Maltal for Hnnolit'u,
RAN VUANCISCO Hailed Mar. 2(3,
"en: S. S, Sierra for Honolulu. '
HAN KKAXCISCO AirluM Mar. UG:
tl. S. Columbian, fioiu Sallua Cruz.
SHATTI.r. Sailed Mar. 2rt: S. S. Mis-
fourlan. for Hoi'iotiilu,
I'OItT SAN I.UISSalled .Mar. 2S. S.
3. S.mt.1 Maila for Hono'ulu.
Mili.O Sailed Mar. 2S: S. S. Virgi
nian, for Snllnn Cruz.
Wealthy Chlncrc caught smuggling
couiilrjiuan ncross borlcr shot by In
spector. American gungraphlcal society re
fuses to recognlzo I'eaiy as discover
er of pole.
(lieat dirigible balloon to carry CD
people Hearing completion.
Hoosevelt touched by Interest of
American people In him as private
) ny haliy was found wrapp?d In
S& V wntnn? " "' " '':""
T,10 moTBnPV hmniiii .inninr. 'in
smi Kranelceo are puzzled by man ro-
nialnlug In stupor
Coast thieves steal 18 sacks of su-
Sar ami me caught disposing of them.
Member of the California stale board
j'J 'fj?""" haj'H ,,1U l'"'I'frty tax
B '.. ,..,. ,,,. . nnni, ,,,.,.
clic-0 , u H n8to,lljllhlB t
,,., pcm ,() (,0 nm n, . ,
If jour watch is not keep
ing; rooiI time; not pivinp; the
satisfaction it should, brine it
to us for examination. We
will give von flu lroneit report
on. its condition -and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our experience in handling
fine timenicccs extends over n
periol of mnnv years. Your
timepiece is cafe with us,
li. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
URRE Y'S, Ltd.,
The Mist Methodist Kplscopiil
chuicl. corner lleiolaula avenue and
Miller silent. .I0I111 T. JOnes, pas
tor. Sunday school, PMR a. m.; It. II
Morning worship, II o'clock. Ser
mon by tlio llcv. I'reomaii D. Ilovard,
I). I)., editor of the California Chi Is
t In 11 Adwicntc. Dr. Ilovard is an
able pi earlier of the (lospcl. All
should hear him. Music under tlio
direction of Mr. I.ce. Solo by Mrs,
In tlio evening tlio church will
unite with tho Central Union church
In a union service. Illshop Hdwll"
Holt Hughes, D. 1)., 1.I..I)., will dc-1
licr tlio sermon 011 "Tho Allness or I
Christ-." This will bo tho last op-1
poitiinlly that the goncrn.1 publb
will have to hear Ibis distinguished
preacher In Honolulu during ills
present visit. ' No 0110 should miss
l'r.ijer mecllng, Wednesday een
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Caster at Central Union Church.
11-60 11. in. Special Hauler seivlco
at tbo llili'e School, Including read
lir;s by Mi 8. I,. I,. McC.indlcHS, ami 1
solo bj Mr. I'lillllp Hall.
i:im a. 111. Sludy of "The Cruel
IKIou of .leslis" and "Tho Sovci
Wonts of Hie CioHs'',nt tho Men'
l.eagiio Ttlltlo Class.
11:1)0 11. 111. Itesiiirectlon Day S"
lccs. "The .Messjgo of Uasler." h'
Hie minister. Special Hnslcr mush
by tho QuarJet and Chorus Choir.
0:110 p. 111. Kaster servko of the
Christian Kndcuwir Socletj-T "Octttnr
Itendy to I.lvo Korev er." Miss Maj
I'uty will lend the meellni?.
7:30 p. 111. Union tervice with Hi"
Metliodlsts (under the nusplces of th
Men's League). Address by illshoi
IMwIn II. Hughes,. I). I). "The Allnesi
of Christ." SpecHI Kaster music b.
tho Quartet mid Chorus Choir,
Corner Alnkea and King Btreets.
Morning services Junior Y. I'. S.
C. H I) a. 111.; Miss Ida McOuire, su
perrutendont. Illble school, 9:4R n.
m.; W. (. Hall, superintendent.
Preaching i-ervlcc, 1 1 a. 111.; subject.
livening sei vices Senior Y. I. Sj.
C. H., (lino p. 111.: subject, "Getting
Heady to I.lvo Korover" (Kaster
meeting); loader, Kdua A. Perkins;
president, Krnost R. Wcllbourn
Preaching service, 7:.10 p. in.; sub
ject, "Hosurrection of Christ."
Special singing by tho Young
Men's Choir. A. C. McKecvor,
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
(! a. 111., holy communion; celebrant
Rev. Caroii Simpson. 7 a. in., ho'j
coniiniinlon. celebrant. Rev. W. f
llllss. ' !l a. in holy rnmmiinlon (IIi
wallan); relubranl nnd preacher Rnv
, Canon Simpson. It n. 111.. choral Mat
Ins ami holy communion; rclebran
and preacher The lllsthip. S:3t) p. 111
milled Sunday school n-rvlee; pro uh
er. Rev. W. H. Short. 7: 3D p. 111. chor
id ji 'out oiig: piencher, Rev. W. 11
llllss. Tho music nt Nthu II o'clock
serilco will be as follows: To Dcuii
iitnl Coniiiiu'ilon Service, (Stabler li
l")i anthem. "I Declaro Unlo Yoi
(Had Tiding" (.1. II. Maunder). A'
the 3:30 service tho Sunday schoo'
pu lis will picsrut their I.euteii mill
bn offeiliig. At nil other sei vices or
Hinder day. tho offering will bu for the
(Special lo the II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11)
Walliiku, Maul, Mnicli i.'. Rov. Rob
ei t lliiidetle preadied to 11 crowee
hoiire ut tho Colon (biiich In Wailitku
last Humbly afleiiioon, iiiaiiy haviuc
come from I'nbi and Makawao districts
to hear the distinguished lertuier mid
p teacher. Dr. Uuidctto chose his sub
J"ct fiom one of SI. Paul's sayings: "1
1 have pleasures In my inllrmllj-," and
I for over nil hour the noted speakei
I held the attention of his audience will
I his marvelous power of expiesslou mill
I unndcifiil eoiunuiliil of tho Kiiglisl
1 laiiKil.'ge. A (holr of ladles and gen
J tlemeii under dfiecllon of Mis. W, II
I'leld, Willi Miss Mmy Iloffiiian a
oig'iulsl. lendcicd most be.iulifiilly tin
Films' Developed -at
is gained by exercise.
is gained by savinp; some
part of your income. There is
no better traininp; for Finan
cial Success than regular
pay-day visits to your Savinp;
Bank or Hawaii,
Capital nnd Surplus:
POLICE COURT ANO
ICIghl Chinese gamblers appeared le
fun' Judge Andinde Ihls limning mid,
011 being found gulllj-, were lined J'i
each, lids was thu bunch that Chief
VoDiilIlo and party galheicd In on
Thursday afternoon and tho men all
hal'cil fi'im tho I.lllha stieet district.
.1, 1. Ilussey nnd R. .1. Ryani tliu
two bluelackelH who ale cluirged with
'boollilg a Japanese, appcaieM'Iu couit
:lils mmiiliig, but Iheie was nothing
Jono In the case. Thb matter was
sent ov'er till March -S, and no plia
wns eiitcied by Attorneys Dnulhllt
and Coke, who aro appealing for tho
l.azarlo, the rillplno who Is alleged
lo have recnlTuvl some of his follow
countrymen for cmploj incut on tho
Coast, hud his enso sent over till
March 31 nt the requett 0f his attor
ney J. I.lghtfoot.
Chong Wn Pong nnd Chec Pong,
two Chinese who aro accused 'of hav
ing sold opium had their casos con
tinued till March 23; C. P. Chilling- ,
worth Is" appearing for the defendants,
and ho asked for- the matter to go
over. IlalgulolTskl. a nowly nrilved
Russian,, Is charged with asoaulting
another Skj-, and as two men are mix
ed up in the affair, the matter was
lent over till Mnich 23.
Number H.'l on the calendar was Tom
Uim nnd he was charged with having
lelt his horse untied on thu city
Mreets. It will be 23 'or Tom IT thu
chargo Is proved.
NEW ," TOQAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Tho slock books of tho Pioneer
Mill Co., Ltd., will bo closed to trans
I'eru riom March 28'tu Apill 1, 1!)10,
both dates inclusive.
(S.) W. Pr-OTHNHAUKR,
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co., Mil.
IN THH CIRCUIT COl'RT, 1'IRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate. At Chambers, no. . . In
Iho matter of tho Itnto otyToiii;
Chong Soy, deceased, On reading ami
tiling tho petition and accounts ot
Toug Yick Ilin, admliistratnr of
I'ong Chong So', deceased, wherein
petitioner asks lo bo allowed $3,
010.R. and charged with $78.'. I.S!I,
mil nsks that tho samo bo examined
md approved, mid that a Until order
bo made of distribution of tho 10
nalnlng pioperty to tho pertonl
thoreto'etitltled nnd discharging po
tlllouor ami surelfcs from all further
responsibility herein: it Is" Order
ed, That Monday, tho 'Jml day of
May, A. I). 1!U0, at 10 o'clock a.
111., before the Judge presiding at
Ch.imbeis of said Court at his court
room In the Judiciary building, in
Honolulu, County of Honolulu, bo
md tho samo hereby Is nppiilnlo I
tho time mid place for hearing Mid
Petition and Accounts, and that nil
persons. Interested may then and
thero appear ami show cause, If iiuv
they have, why (ho samo should nut
bo glaliled. Dated Mulch 'Jii, l'.ilu.
Ily Iho Courl: A. K. AONA, iisslst
mt clerk. Cecil llimvn, altorney
ror Tong Ylck Ilin, mliiilnlslralor.
IS77 Mar. 2K; Apr, 2, 9, 1(1, 23.
, s t
Fort nnd Merchant Streets
, life: 4. :fiiiWi
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