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nVfiNiNQ DtJLLETW, HONOLULU, T. II., Vi:f)NK8DAY, MAlt. .10, 1910.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF
in the Territory of Hawaii.
CTV1 ! Editorial Rooms, i 185
A C71l Business Office, - 256
In words, as fashions, the same rule
Alike fantastic if too new or old.
Be not the first by whom the new
Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.
Kltchcud Oh, i.iU!
, l'echnpj the whole fault In with
' llui.ululu for allow lug the Russians
to bo (leeched
This la the one time on record
when Kitchener didn't show up at
the pluio where ho was wanted.
With so many prominent men de
claring for tomothlng different In
fchlps, it la a wonder that the coun
try lias unj navy.
Sliuo California hag decided In
fin or of oral betting, there'll bo
Homo loud talking matches over
every horse rnce.
'1 lifii-o .ittcndlng the Russian hear
ing thought that Honolulu had run
foul of tlio gases around Iliillcy'c
uuuut a full month ahead of time.
Let them correct tho evils of Mox
lio all the) please on paper, but
don't repeal tho Nlcjraguan mothod
of spunking tho Central American
It would appear that more than
one portion has been making a busi
ness of ' promoting dissatisfaction
among the Russians, but the worst
problem Is to know which one to
Most ail) old story of what Dele
gate Kuhlo may do lg due from the
Democratic camp Kuhlo has an
nounced his tandldacy for tho ite-i
publican nomination, niul that not
only settles It, but the Democratic
liopeu us veil.
i Honolulu wants first-class paving.
It has nlrendj paid a tremendous
iimouut of money for u variety
of roadhutldors' experiments. That's
tho reason whj It should strive to
start exactly right on any new
fcchcmo that muj be proposed.
l'lm citizens sending hundreds ot
thousands of dollars Out of Hawaii
for Investment in vnrioua Industrial
bunds furnish the guldeposts for the
Ilttlo fellows to blow their hard
earned savings futo outside projects
llllod with wind and water, and
Tightening of the money market
, ., In tbu mldst,ot Honolulu's greatest
$ gi juosporlty "has'ut one explanation
vh scattering In other markets the
f ' surplus made here. isn't that a
own tuwiiiujiil Its enterprises; Isn't
mat tne tluanclal leech Idea car
lied to tho, limit?'
Lord Kitchener's failure to show
up at this port Is tho first Intima
tion somo people have had that there
F.ls an Australian route touth of Ho
fnolulu that may some day rlso to
, "I want this chock cashed," snld tho
',, fair jounguiitron, appealing nt the
vinduw or tho paying teller.
"Yes, madnin. You must Indorse It.
though." explained tho teller.
.'f ",W'hy, my husband Bent it to mo. Ho
Is awuy on business," she snld.
"Yes. madam Just Indorse It sign
. t It on thn bnck, so wo will know and
jour husband will know that wo paid
It to jou"
Sho went to tho desk against the
wall, and In a few moments presented
tho check triumphant having written
on Its hack:
"Your loving wife lMlth"
A lively pupil at a seminar) asked
tho picocptrcss for permission to dilto
out with i gentleman.
"You knoKlJhe iuIcb of Ihu liiBtltu
tlon," was ,iho unswer, "Is ho jour
'NvM ' .
1 "Is ho jour brother?'"
"No," , I
;"Aio jou cngagod to him?"
".no; out voxpect to no bcroro I got
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m itcowt-cltM tntttcr.
MARCH 30, 1910
,1,e Hgnlt of u competitor. What
this city Bhuuld do U to lme the
Oceanic lumiiati) ' Tahiti route M
Investigation of State SenntOr
Allds of New York nrose from the
chanco remark of a brother Senator,
who did not nnke the charge sorl
ouslj nt first, but decided later to
make good, l'rom such n result, one
may wonder what would happen It
a first-class houseclennlng were un
dertaken In the Now York lawmak
TO PROMOTE GOOD CITIZENSHIP
How refreshing It Is to have some
one get up In meeting and declare
In the good, old-fashioned Orthodox
way that this Is tho best covin to
on earth;, most ever) one Is proud
of It, and all ought to be. Tho hault
of criticism has become so strong in
some of our people that they too
often forget the good.
Ono of the most stirring utter
ances of recent da)s along this lino
was from Knbbl 'Joseph Krauskopf
ot Temple Kencscth Israel, In tho
clt) of Philadelphia. His address
attracted attention because Philadel
phia has been verj much In the pub
lic c)c, and also on account of his
marks being very much to th
First the Itabbl declares that In
point of morals Americans nro tar
ahead of their European brothers
and sisters. Hut he feels that Amer
icans are lacking In a certain
dbgged patriotism evident In other
countries. He protests against ex
aggeration of evils.
"We hne faults," declared the
Rabbi, "and we do not mean to pil
llate them nor to cruso In our ef
forts to eradicate as many ot them
as possible. Hut to such an extent
hae we dev eloped tho habit of ex
aggerating them, of branding our
country and our Institutions as In
comparably lawless and corrupt, that
we no longer stop to consider the
effect our traducing produces upon
the minds of the world, and the In
Jury It works upon the patriotism ot
the rlsli g generation."
The Itabbl talks Kiuiiil sense when
declaring against theoretical teach
ing of patriotism unsupported by
dally exnmple. Ho adds: "How
shall our jouth acqulro u loo for
their country, when they are told
that of all the countries In the
world theirs Is tho most corrupt?
How shall the world respect us when
many of our own papers vie with
one another In Inviting contempt
upon It? What a commentary on
American patriotism to be obliged
to lmo foreigners bear witness for
us, and not our own people."
Coming home to the city In the
inldst of n war between capital anil
labor, ho said: "Comments are
scarcely necessary to show how Phil
adelphia has farid, am; Is faring
Btill, nt the nanus ot many ot Its
so-called leading citizens. Neither
Is, It necessary to ask why others
should esteem our city when citi
zens of our own .spread tho false
hood that the filth ot some ot ths
Miss Kvn Depiilpenham, a lecturer
of Now York, holds that bountiful
thoughts mako beautiful faces and fig
ures and that ugly thoughts deform,
even ns uqwholcsomo work docs.
"Dy taking thought," snld Miss Do
Chlpcnham In an Intervlow In Chicago,
"jou cannot perhaps udd a cubit to
jour btntuio, but jou can oradlcnto
round shoulders and spongo wrinkles
"Our thoughts mold our fuccs, form
our expression. Thus thoy glo us
awaj. Thej glo us away us much as
tho spoken thought of a Chicago girl
onto gave her uwaj'.
"This girl sat In a dim lit parlor on
a wlntnr evening with n joung man A
nro of oak logs blazed In tho grato,
and, looking Into tho pink uud gold
heart of tho flame tho gill, who was
very pietty, murnmred'
"'How , divine, my denrpst Hllarj '
"But tho iouns man frowned and
"Hllarj?" he snld. "You mean
denrgi', don't jou, pet?'
tho. girl niiHheii and bit her lip
"Oh, dear, sho said, 'how silly of
European and Oriental cltU's can
not compare In unslghtllnoss with
Then hn showed that others nrn n
good sight worso than oitrselvoB:
"Writers tell us that n campaign In
Knglahd differs little, In ccrtnln
questionable methods, fiom one ot
our own, and Hint the charges pre
ferred against some of their polit
ical leaders are very much like those
charged against nit is Deplornblo as
nre our political nnd other sins, we
hnvo by no means n monopoly of
them. We recall the Panama Cannl
fraud In Krnncc, the thieveries
nnlong the flrnud-Ducal patty In
trtusila, the scnndnls ronnee'ed with
men close to the Gorman ttmpcror
nnd to the former Prince of 'Wales;
the asasslnntloni In Hussln, Italy
nnd other Kuropc.ui countries. With
in the week we read of the defalca
tion of church funds In Paris to
tho amount of $2,000,000, nnd of
misappropriation of public funds to
the amount of millions of dollars by
the late King of the llclglnns.
"Venal ns somo of our people nre.
nnd defiant of law ns are our ljnch
ers, what nro they compared With
the nnarchlsts that beset Kuropean
gocrnmciil8? In what courtroom
In the United States was ever n scene
cincUd like unto Hint which took"
place In Paris, when Zola, was tried
and convicted for accusing Kster
hnzy ot tho treason with whloh
Drejfus was charged? When do
scenes take place In our Congress
that nro so lawless ns those that
quite frequently disgrace the French
Assembly, the Austto - Hungaiy
Ilelchsrath, the Italian Chamber?
Trccij i admit that, considering
the origin ot our government, and
the many advantages wo possess, our
politics ought to be free from every
venal taint. Hut, our not being per
fect ns yet does not constitute n
reason for making ourselves appear
worso than wo nro before. Never
before In the history ot mankind had
such a government as ours been at
tempted, much less carried forward
with such remarkable success. No
people had ever beforo succeeded In
building up such ait K I'lurlbtis
Unum, such a harmonious dtlzcu
ship out 6t such unhnrmonlotts' ele
ments." llnvlmr criticized tho critics, ho
then proposed his. euro for what'
evils the country has, and it Is In
thU that the patriotic citizen Is the . m
most deeply Interested.
Tho Ilabbl proposes a war on many sad experiences, contlnuo to
thrco evils "to Improve the caliber confer tho right of citizenship, in a-
of our citizens." Those evils nrd: ( Ualf-govomlng country, it) ull de-
"First Money greed. slrlnR It, without Ilrst fitting thorn
"Second Indifference of citizens 'or an Intelligent null patriotic uso
to their civic duties. ' IL Ad when wo suffer from tha
"Third Ignorance of voters. consequences of our neglect, we cuso
"It Is the money power outside of our ronscl,cnco by putting tho blama
politics that Is responsible for ,pcr- on them."
hnps the largest part of .tho corruD-l ' "
tlons Within politics. ir we. could I ju a,l0Ut Ume ,o )1Plr some
cure our ago of its money greed, wo tIlI1R f 10 nmount 0f water iepoi
would cure our politics of most of ,,K i that work of urt, the Nuuanti
its corruption. If wa could deepen (am-;
the sense of patriotism In some ot, .
our corporations we would Increase SiTftAR
tho number ot patriots In politics, j ' i' t
"The Indifference of our citizens for 9Q centslllisalfc j:..;opo-1sVn buy,'
to their citizenship duty Is a great , , " .v i .
evil. These nro too Indolent or too "' C,'"a "UB"r9' "" '? ,bta of
complaisant to tako any part at nil. 2 1,16c" for Al,r "hlphitnUaml es
They enjoy all that their country ,er''a "! Jpdaj, there .hdsjbcen inoro
has to offer without giving any ser- r less negotlalng. with tho icsult llint
,,.,. ' .late today n Balo Is repented, for March
vico in return. Ulilpmont to tho United Kingdom, of
"The most shocking exposure of 2u,(i0() bags Cubas, nt 3 00c, f. o. b
corruption does not raise the temper- which Is better than 3 1-lCc. cost and
nturo of their blood by tho slight- freight to New York. With the. Kind
est perceptible degree. They huvo l'!1 ".notation at Us. 3-1.1., tho
not even the novver of belnc right- l'1'1' ' 5.11c. duty paid Now
nor even me power oi neing rigiu y t IJtnlon , 75 . o( ,
eously ndlgnant when outrages nro ,,' , .nulcilt niMa beot
committed agaliibt which It Is the suguis could bo Imiw ted. A jear ago
duty of evcrj- citizen to enter his th,. dlltcroifce was 3fi points, which
protest. wna consldcied nbout normal, it will
"And whnt Is worst of nil, tho I"! aeon, thereloio, that tho future of
blame Is not so much their as ours. "llr market is entirely In tho hnnds of
Having thought it wise to give them ,no Cuban holders of iaw- sugar. Wo
tho suffrage, wo should have thought :,TB;,pdZ,rilliimi.Mr ,ourvs"1-
...,.. Tin . .i. iL , Piles, and Miould they hold back, re-
It wiser st I to lit them for a prop- lmK ,0 8C cxcc ft t n(,vnn'c,nB
or use of It. Wo, untaught by our figures, our tenners, who hnvo no
MAN0A VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in,
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation , $4000
MAN0A VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House1 mod
ern, grounds well improved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Buildine; lots. We have two bar--gains
in building sites ,....... ,, v.. .$950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
3000 and $3500
, FOR LEASE
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TQWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for tho right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $60 to $100 per month
I Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
I Home for Sale
I $2300 will purchase a home with-
H in ten minutes' walk of Fort street.
t Lot is 50x150. This is an attractive
H home; has a well-kept lawn, largo
trees, shrubs and flowering plants.
I Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We Arc Offering
For sale, rfirht IR tmmitlfiil W i
the new Kaimuki Ocean View Dis-
This property is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract,
VERY LIBERAL TERMS
For full particulars regarding thii
property, see '
! Bishop Trust Company,
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 1Q.
more thnn a normal reserve Block,
will be foiced to paj the higher prices
asked. Cuba has to dato bold about
half Its crop, for which very high
prices have been secured, nnd because
of this tho planters arc naturally in a
belter position than usunl to carry tho
lcmalnlng stocks, until tho wide gap
which now exlBts between values In
this market and Knropo is redti.'sit. It
remains to be seen w bethel or not
they will take ndvantago of thf npior
tunlty' presented to them The ten
dency nt thc'closo Is In solium' lavor,
with tho nominal Bpot quotation on th"
basis of 4 3Gc dutj paid for 9G degree
centririigils, 3 8ic duty paid for S3
Muscovadocs, und 3 01c duty pild foi
89 molasses sugars.
At tho closo n salo of 21,000 bags
Cubas, for April shipment, has been
made to tho Tederal Sugar rtefinlig
Company, nt 3 MGc. cost nnd freight
Cuba. Receipts, which were only
2,000 tons inoro thnn during tho cor
responding week Inst jear, wcro lus
than expictod. Receipts at the slv.
ports for tho first two weeks In Mrrch
wcro only 8000 tons morn thnn rinrtiii?
the corresponding time last jear. so
inai u win ue inted that the crop does
not appear to bo gaining much If anj--thing
pn last j oar's production. Cables
roort that tho drought continues, nnd
Hint there Is n von confident foollnc
nmong holders, who, believing In high
er prices, nte in a position to hold
back their aunnlles. Hotter nrlces nro
being paid In Cuba for sugar, by opcr
mors, i i
obtainable In this mar-
accounts given by plant
nto town aro worse and
wo ns icsntds the effect of tho
droiaht. It is, of course, not possible
If your .watch ,is not keep
ing good time ; not giving tho
satisfaction it should, bring it
to us for examination. We
will give you an honest report
on its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our experience in handling
fine timenieces extends over a
period of many years. Your
timepiece is safe with us.
H. F. Wichman
& Co... Ltd.,
-.GET ACQUAINTED WITH
" , . ( tle best photographic paper jrTthe market
GURRE Y'S Ltd.,
to believe all one hears, for as Is al
ways tho case, planters want to put
the market up Hut, allowing for this,
thcic seems to be no question but
Hint the damage Is turning out to bo
verj Important. Somo claim Hint
thero will beSa shortage of 15 per cent
In this part of the Island. 1 Have, ns
jou saw, made up my mind to cable
jou that I did not think the crop
would amount to over l.SSO.uoo tons.
1 think It is safe lo say that much,
nnd I would not he surnrlsed If later
on It might be ncccssni j lo make somo I
Incicnso In tho reduction, although nt1
this time I have not Information roll'
able enough to mako more of n reduo
tlon than the one I mention, to l.ftoO
000 ns n maximum. Tho weather con
Europe. On tiio Cuban news, tn-J
dny's mnrket Is firm, the closing being
stonily, as follows: v I
March Huyers Us. Bljd., equals
o.OSc, dutj paid New York.
April Hovers Us. Cd., equals 5 08c,
duty piiii New York.
Maj Ilujers Us, 5'Jd , iquals
5 08c, dutj pnld Now York.
August Huj ers Us. 715(1, equals
5 12c, dutj paid Now York.
October-Deccnibcr-iDujers lis. 7d.,
equals 4.11c, duty paid New York.
Malt advices are unanimous In show
ing confidence In the Kuropean situa
tion, based on Insufficient prospective
supplies, and good demand from the j
trade wlih tcluct.incn to sell on tho
pnit of Continental holders. Wo quoto
from different correspondents ot ours
who. In regard to the Kuropean situa
tion, wrlto us ns follows:
"Ixmdon, Maich Cth.
"Seeing that tho position Is so
strong In Knropo, without this fresh
feattiro of a much reduced estimate In
Cuba, thero Is no consideration of tho
high prices already attained, nnd It Is
expected that we shall now booh sec
15s. for August.
"The Inst visible supplies show a
deficit In Knropo ns compared with lnnt
jear of 381,430 tons.
"It Is considered that tho position
Is much stronger now than In 1904,
when wo went to lCs. Cd , nnd there
fore It Is apparently nut jet too lato
"As rcgnids new crop, prices have
ndvnnced for these, but naturally not
anything like to the same extent as
the current crop. It Is said that tho
seed Is not over-plentiful and Hint it is
not good owing to want of sunshluo
"Clormnnj-, March 5.
"The U" K cannot do without very
much Increased cane Imports nnd Btich
of 75,000 to 100.000 tons Cubas would
not cause a break In prices, but appear
quite ns n necessity for the U. K. re
With the Small BtOCkH in
nuropo nnuuiQ inn cuiiy ror u. K. huj- secretary Mott Smith then turned to
ers to get tho needed largo quantities ' thc trauscrlpt of the statements made
of enne sugars, the position remains a to the Russians nt Quaraiittno Island
ver.v strong on?. before thdlr release by Dr. A. Mar-
As-for new crop wo need not only" oucgi le representative pro tern of
Increased sowings but principally full ln iiB8ian government In Hawaii,
crops If we nre to arrlvo again nt j The statement showed that Dr. Mur
more normal conditions. Tho next. n,1C8 to(I the Russians nt that tlmo
campaign most like y wo will begin tmU n ho was empowered (o do was
J ,f",r.,hcr "'1,m;c'1 ,l8ll,I supplies, (o tann their statements nnd forward
wh st theic will bp scarcely nny In- tl)cm (d the Russian Ambassador nt
vis bles. thus consumption has con- "Washington and that it would bo
i' ,i y ?t rlW. ?" )1,s,bI B,")nllcs- about two months beforo a reply could
Iurther, If wo take tho normal In- up exected
Zc0,.n. 1 CO"01II1'"!'. 1'0 outlook in- Dr,' siarques also told 'them that'
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iJ . ""VK P: "?.1 r'eMliey would hare to accept some kind.
If ctop developments wero unfuvorablo
again, we leave It lo every ono to
SHOWN AT HEARING
(Continued from Page 1)
cled claims of tho Immigrants agalnTi
tho Government nnd finally delivered
an ultimatum upon the nart ot tho
Territorial Government which tho,
Russian was Instructed to deliver to
"Tell jour peoplo," said Mott Smith,
"Hint tho Terrllorj wants them to Btay
here but they must go to work and
plantation work Is about tho only
work now available for tho large ma
jority. Tho Territory wants jou to
staj nnd that Is why wo aie sorry
jou have been deceived by schemers.
"If the, Russians contlnuo In their
refusal to work the National Govern
ment will step In and arrest them and
finally depoit them so thoy 'will not
be charges on tho community.
"Tho National Government Is now
looking Into this maltcr nnd there is
lots of trouble nhcad for jaur peoplo
If they listen to tho ngltators and
"Tell jour people," continued tho
Territorial Secretary, "that there is
ono thing that tho Teirltorlal or Fed
eral government maj pay for and that
Is the property that was damaged by
tho fumigation. They might havo
hnvo c'alms against the Bteamship
companies for damaged goods broken
In transit, but that Is doubtful."
"If jou havo any troubles this Is
tho plnro to como," stated tho Terri
torial Secretary with emphasis. "Tho
Government Is interested In jour w el
fin o nnd wo nro nnxlnus to glvo you
inu sinieiiieni inai ou nave claims 'nt liurllngamo dcsplto millionaire fire
ot between $1,000 nnd $1,500 against men.
...,.. .. . ... . . .
Will take care of you in old
age if you deposit it with our
Savings Department, where it
will draw interest at four and
one-half per cent, per annum.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus,
$1,000,000 , '
AUDIT COMPANY 0T
924 BETHEL STREET IP,
P. 0. 'Box 646
Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investieations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work.
Suggestions given for simplifying
or systematizing office work. All
tho Government Is not truo and tho
Idea Is only causing trouble for your
people The best thing jou can to
do Is to go to work on the plantations,
lunrn thn tnntrltnira nml when ml nrn
nunllfl.l inn Into ,m iihll Inn.U
. IUHIII1VU J ..- ..-... ! ....".. ......(
...- .....,, uiitul0r emiiloymtnt on their relenso from
quarantine or bo deported by tho Fed
Governor Krear and Secretary Mott
Smith will meet with tho Planters'
Association this afternoon nnd a final
nttempt will bo mado to reach somu
sort ot a solution of the problem.
(nnntlnneri from Po 'H
went through a complicated list ot
Second Officer WInslow had charge
of tho cluss, and his efforts wero
greatly appreciated by the partici
pants. The Mnramn is leaving for Van
couver nt 5 o'clock this evening,
taking only a small cargo.
THE HKATINO ot coal In tho
bunkers of the transport Sherldnn
nt Folsom street wharf, San Fran
cisco, caused tho officials to order
tho fuel turned over, in order to pre
vent a possible outbreak ot Are. Tho
transport Thomas, lately arrived
there from Manila, Is to havo her
1000 tons of reserve coal transferred
to the Sherman, which 1b preparing
to sail on April 5 for the Philip
pines by way ot Honolulu and Ouam.
Captain Hand, who has been quar
termaster In chargo of tho Thomas,
will nil the same' position on tho
Sherman, with Captain Frank Hall
na navigating officer.
Now Catholic church nt Healdsburg
is formally dedicated by Dlshop O'Con
nell. names destrov Country rlnl. Iinnun
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