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,; Evening Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING. CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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UVIiNIMO IIUI.UUIIN VVKHKLV I1UUI-UTIN
rr Month, in) where lu W.S 7A I ef Su Moiitila S Af
Per Uuailct.anywbrtaltitJS .... Xoo I'cf Vtar. aliyvrtKtr Hi U.S .. . I.t
fei Yer, ihcrc InU S. M.o.i Pel Year anyvhnr n Canada., I. no
Per Veal, poltpaid, toieim 12. oil fer Veal mitpald, toiln 3. no
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
Editorial Rooms, - 185
Good nature and good sense must
To err is human, to forgive divine.
. , , Alexander Pope.
That Pearl Harbor appropriation
appears to have slid oil Into clear
Investors looking for bedrock prop
nsltloim can II ml them any day In
Honolulu. Those anxious to put
their money In wind should go else
where. Incidents of Roosevelt's stay In
Rome are Impressive reminders tolbawj ,n evcnt of waF uul Uft vnlll0
many Americans wiai e.uriipea.1 s.
have still a great ileal Ui learn nboift
our point of view. J X
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Five li ti ml red dollars for contempt
of court Is another way for the
Judge to tell the wiigarT.rusjLlh.n,t.
If It does such a thing again lic.vjl
slap It on the wrist. . " - " -.
Holy Hollers and prompters "
sectarian strife are entitled to '
place with Russian trouble-makeri
and strike agttntnrs n ' uermanrii
position anvwhere bejoml the three
! TTTV ,
llonoliilu ought to stand well li
the ' news dispatches of the wor!1
wh'en It Is entertaining Manage
8tone of the Associated Press, Ctt!
'. Editor Chapln of the New York
World and Poultney Ulgclow.
United States Consul Raker- a
Tasmania reports that sl;c Tasmu
ulait hens liuve laid n tntnl of 82i
' eggs In seven months. He should
be'pronioted ns u reward for having
pipylded at answer to Uie.quintJau-"
'IWhy Is a hen?"
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What on earth does the Delegate
Ih'luk. can be gained by setifuiTihe
'business men of the Pacllljrulnst l'
fighting among thcmselves'yijsf Hft
'wall?' Today they are urittrttmoliBly
'behind anything the Territory want
that Is for the general welfare of tin'
country. t . .
French clericals nre liarCilP fpi
.' tomethtiiR to criticize wliwtbey
take up Itoowvolt's nttentlon to tin
Free Matons of Rome. Ileing on
hlniBelf. he could hnrdly bo expect
edj.to, be other than especially cor
dial to all members of the order
found lu every country and evor
f- It Is to bo hoped that Delegate
Kuhlo was misquoted by the cable
"lnterpreters when he sent that ca
blegram urging iionoiuiu to uuj
cott San Francisco. In about fifteen
Slnutes after such n fight had be-
gunj- Honolulu would discover tnat
lltfhad tackled the most foolish and
i disastrous proposition ever known In
Ifilfinln'o rtrli I Annatn nfia. V.nl.1.
. iiviihiu a slt. LCUfcUC, UltCI itUlU'
JIng a meeting to discuss a sanltJ
tlou campaign for the district, ad
journed until tho plantation mana
gers had decided what to do. When
the league gots more accustomed to
practical methods, It will not take
n a n n tt :t n n tt :: n un
0D8ERVATI0N8 AND REFLECTIONS AT THE SHANTY,
(Dy E, S. Goodhue Holualoa.)
a a u a a a a a a a a a a a
- In some respects friends aro like
clothes: they shrink and fado and
''become too small for further use.
'Many of them wear out. Some are
silk,' some woolen, some cotton, ana
some, alas! are shoddy. They aro all
'weir enough If you don't takd one
for tho other. You should never ox
p"ectcotton to wear like wool, and
each sort has Its uso. Hut to invest
.yourBelf in what you believed to be
S 8JJkt flnd to dlbcove"? by the wear that
ivwas cotton, Is enough to make you
.' want to go naked.
close acquaintance Is prejudicial
Yo" Impartial Judgment. You must
ikriov a man enough but not too!
P'P'mi'ipli WliAti vrm lltrn him VArv niltMi
m "-. v., , , .". ,; , "
r djou ure Oliuu lu in. luuiia; miuu ;vu
hate .him, you f 0,11 to see his good,
',9'T'lere I" nothing jlkp
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
of Hawaii. t
Office, - 256
tillered at the Poiton.cc ti llotiotuiv
la rc61-it.f. trutlrr
..APRIL 9, 1010
the trouble to meet until the plantn
Hon managers have given out word
of what ran be done.
EXAMPLE FOR MANCHURIA
Through passengers traveling on
the steamship Manchuria may And
In the Incident of quarantining their
ship one ot the paitlcular benefits
the mainland reaps from this outpost
of the Pacific
Miirh Ih tuniln In Hnnrililln'fi Im
nnrlnnpa nH .. t,in.i nn.l "n
far cieHter , cuardian of the
I health of the mainland against the
diseases of the -Orient.
A twenty-four-hour stay In this
port allows n completo fumigation
of tho ship In event ot any serious
disease breaking out among the pus
sengcrs or crew. Tho quarantine
iervico Is specially equipped for ef'
flrjent and prompt care ot the sick
ml proper treatment and protection
of the healthy on board tho ship.
Whereas In former days, or with
out the Inspection at tli fit cross
roads of tho Pacific, tho passcngcrB
would have to undergo a disagree
iuIu quarantine at San Francisco,
they will now leave this port fin a
thoroughly cleansed ship ana bi
given immedlnto prntlquo at their
destination. Tho danger ot further
ipread of the disease on board the
tlilp will be eliminated and they go
jn their way tejolclng.
Honolulu In its capacity as a
ross-ionds Btatlon docs n great and
'ertatnly more frequent service for
ho country In times of peace than
.4n warrj- It Is the haven where tffe
-'nlerVeiicIes of commerce mid trnel
ire dealt with. Its Millie lo the
ountry as a protective health bar
rier may be estimated, without ox
nggeration, lii billions of dollars.
OPPORTUNITY IN AGRICULTURE
Young men of Hawaii should not
'whine for an opportunity to dovclop
their abilities In other lines than ng
(culture, if they take the advice, ot
J, J. Hill, the great railroad builder
Did business organizer
Mr. Hill, speaking recently of tho
high prlie of living, stated that the
solution of these present dlnicultles,
that aro world-wide, is to increase
tho productiveness ot tho farms
Agriculturally speaking," snjs Mr,
Hill, "tho world Is not over popu
lated. We must scatter the unpro
ductive population of the cities to
the farms, and when wo get them
there we must teach them new meth
ods of farming. Our present meth
ods aro so loose and slip-shod that
wo do no get half thq good out ot
our tillable land." '
Mr. Hill unquestionably proclaims
a truth. And the suggestion to in
that great successes are to bo scored
telllgeht young men here should be
lu tho future for the educated far
mer who knowb hov to get full value
from the soil and is not afraid to
This Territory Is one of the few
sections ot the world where every
u a n ttti u
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
searching Borrow to mako a person
Impatient with anything which nns
In It the least tinge of insincerity;
to make him almost hato tho world
for Its hollowness anil cant.
Oh, for 'some ot the sincerity of
Death; gilef etches its way to Truth.
The Law Is always on. bomeoody's
side against bomobody else's side.
According to Judge Sue-em, there
isn't a man alive who hasn't a right
to buo somebody for something or un
.other, and It Is tho lawyer's business
to find out who tho person Is and
what tho Injury may be'
If von only cultlvnto lltlclousncss
It Is wonderful low much ou itl
find to 'go to law-'about. Ituls like
making tha acquaintance of a- new
word, which, for thq next few weeks,
enterprise his as Its bal lutein
gctit ngilniltural activities. 'I horo.
will iu no fulling iiff In the iH-inati J
lor bur present proilucls or tne son,
nor nny reduction In tho variety
that may be cultivated proiltnbly
World's prices will rloo and fall, but
the men who win nre those able to
make the soil do its best.
Though wo have no mines and are
outside the region of umiiutacliulng
ccnteiH, there Is not a 'section of the
world where the young men wl'l1
have a better opportunity to K'""
great surcefsea through applying " -eiillflc
piliirntlntf to prui'tlriil iigrl
It Is high time that the uiine
and tho old of Hawaii got nvvuy
from the Idea thot work In the soil
Js oply for loolles, and the only Held
Tor tho citizen Is to boss tho Job lr
they rpn along on this tlieorj, It
VIII bo" but u short time before tho
coollo will be bossing the Job nnd
reaping all the profits. j
Trlends of the late I. 1 Tcnnov
aio legion and se.itleied nil over the
world. There was a man who re
fused to ullow ugo to dim his ambi
tion to do something Tor his town
and his fellow-cltlzens. Young men
who comnlaln that they never liau
a chance might amount to something
If thev showed n fraction of
energy and spirit that was alwas
In evidence with "Old Man Tenney,"
nfter he hud passed tho limit whom
a man Is entitled to sit down nn.l
fold his hands. I
u t: :: n a :t
obtrudes Itself Into every book ou
read. Ah, this s a glorious world
for lawyers! I
There Is a causus bolll In tho very
nlr jou breathe; tho lightning nbove
Is charged with cause; the waters
i-i ...n..f.. Ihn
iicncain nre wus.uug up ii., "-
in the nond. the turkeys at
t .... l.nnn InMnnant children TI1RL
lUr&V. IUUBU iuimi.i:!.. .....-.-..,
banging piano, the open trap door,
the ..anglng icicle, the cable car. to
railroad, the tenement house, the
patient, the doctor, tho man In tno
morgue, tno poor lepor, the grno
ard, the mine, nnd (who would
think It?) the ardent love-letter,
all, a pandora box full to tho brim
Willi work nnd fees for the lnwjcrl
The value of n vacation lles In tho
transformation It allows and Induces.
It chniiges jour heart, it converts
you. H places you once more m me
right relation towards men
igs. in this sense, wo should all
born again once In a while, at
X. o"ce a year.
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d on a vacation trip.
An occasional va:ntlon Is a neces
sity, and the man who deludes him
self Into the belief that he cannot
Bpare tho tlmo for such re.uporiitlon,
will not prove equal to his tasks.
Ho will bo deficient fcomowhoro, ei
ther in energy, enthusiasm, patience,
Dr in good will towards men.
For tho desjilcable local spites,)
which grown-up men nnd woinoni
will cherish, I would ndvlso n fcalt-
tnry week on tho top of a mountain,
Let the party of the llrst part who
has a grievance, liberate it 8omeitle Instinct inake fools ot ub, If we.
lOOOOj feet iilnve anything animal or master an Impulsive desire to bo no
vegetable, when It will quickly pass'm,,,, hut. poets or artists, we may
lino thin nlr, then let the party ot jimi tlint wo nro capable of doing
tho bocond part come along, and jou tolerably good work at blai.ki.mllh-
will find that he haB loft his Brlev -
mice a long way down the side ot
tho mountain. It was too heavy to
carry up. And both parties to the
feud will tulk ubout tho view up
there near (lod, and come down thu
A llttlo more thought underthe
left horn of the moon, will convince
an) one that tho reason we havo so
little charity for our neighbor's par-
MANOA VALLEY New thrce-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
MANOA VALLEY Two-story house; three bed
rooms; mountain nnd marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar-,
gains in building sites ...... .$950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
$3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for. the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six
months. Rentals $G0 to $100 per month
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES TO LET,
2B.R. $10 00
10. Vuhiawa . .
11. Aica .
12. School St. .
15. Beretauia St.
1Q Emma St.
17. Nuuanu-Avc. .
18. Thurston Ave.
-19. Kam. IV. Rd
20. Etnmn St
21. Prospect St.
22. Vineyard St.
3 " 50.00
3 " 40.00
0 " 45.00
8 " 25.00
4 " 35.00
2 " 30.00
4 " 40.00
4 " 25 00
2 " 30.00
2 " 35.00
3 " .. ..
Wc have a number of splendid fur
nished houses for rent in various
parts of the city and suburbs Col-
lege Hills. Pacific Heights,
ninsula, 1'earl City, etc,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
The choicest modcrate-nriccd res-
idence property in Honolulu.
We have two elegant bnildinu lots
,,,.. , ... ...,, in nff fnr n
;""-'?; ':?,:";':" -
short period at a low figure.
Prowrty adjoininr: these lots sold
recently and will be hiBhly improved
jn a short time.
INVESTIGATE THIS PROPERTY
tlculnr fault Is, boranse wo happen
to be strong where no s wens.; ami
tho re.uofi'. ho has so Ittle lenco
, 1th u. s, because he is woak where
we ur balance accounts wo
rtU, Unt lli0 crci)UlJ
. n ',,., ..... ..,
nre on our neighbor's ulde.
Now all these things which sur
lound n num. skyr earth, sun, nlr,
prospect, pressure, rainfall,
light, shnilnw, trees,- rocks, (lowers,
afTect and Inllnunce him ntihost
uueci ana iiiuuuiii.ti uiui uuuw-n. .
much n, hls.fiiends ,,n,l neighbors'
,, j ,,,, t V03Bluyp for i,tin in
ib , . y . vcry ...isemblo In
We all ,possejs a geniilno lovo for
ijunutlfivl tilings, especially natural
scenery, and It Is only n few ot us
who have tho good, senso not to let
.inB r doctoring.
"He didn't win tho prlzo In tha
llfo-riice,' did ho?" "No, but ho hoi
lcrcd'llko he tiiitl.lt, and some peopla
died cnvyln of 1lni." Atlanta Con
stitution. . a3
"Chaiitcclor" hats nre eooii to bn
worn, put how generally must de
pond upon the number of hen-head-ed
women. Philadelphia Ledger.
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BUY A HOME
BUILD A HOME
The Time to
' Buy Is Now
Wc arc agents for
T A I 1 DV IiiITdCI CCC
ALll DI iTllvLLLJJ
I Office open on Sunday morninirs
i from eicht until ten.
r.lllnr V. v n n I n v II u I I a t 1 n:
i n rccent Issue of tho Advertiser
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undersigned would 'he n candidate
'" "" "" n 'eloMIon Short
ZtlZ ""an loVZlr
papn It was reported that I had
nttcnilod n meeting nt Knllhl and
had availed injsolf of that oppor
tunity to boom my candidacy. Uoth
of theso statements are Incorrjjct. in
my speech at the Knllhl meeting
iilimo referied to, I stated explicitly
that 1 was not u candidate for utc
olllco of city and county attorney or
for any other office.
I resigned the oftlco of county nt-
torney of thy county of Maul for
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- jete P nrn,u0J ' ,' ,Z
lulu. I'ILZ "ttorne of
Honolulu; and In order that there
all UL. IO mm,.. ...... -;
lug my position l.i this matter. 1
egnln bn that I will not Do a can
didate for the oftlco of city and
Loinitv attorney of this city and
county, under anv clrcumstnnccs.
I trust tnai in Biaiuiiiuiii win
scttlo tho matter finally, and thnt I
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lip nu olllcc which I positively de
cllne to lie a eniulldato for.
Youis very leapecttully.
.IAS. L. COKK.
Honolulu, April ft, 1910.
If your watch is not keep
ing good time; not giving the
satisfaction-it should, bring it
to us for examination. We
will give vou an honest report
on its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our exricnce'ti handling
fine timepieces' extends over ti
period of many years. Your
timepiece is safe with us.
li. F. Wichman
& CO:, ltd.,
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"rfUiU'TJ. & fZL -fy-ftSCi 3W I
The 1'list Methodbt bpls:op il
thurch; corner Ueietanla and Miller
i siiceis. jonn i. .tones, pastor.
JSiinilny Bchool, 0:46 a. ni. II, II.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Ser
mon by the pastor; subjeut, "llioth-
Kpworth League, C:30 p. m.
Tople,' "The UhrlstliurH Sacrlllcc."
Kurk U. Rhlnchnrdt, leader.
Kveniiij worship, 7:30 o'clock.
Sermon by tho pastor; subject, "Will
a .Man Rob lod?"
Prajer meeting Wednesday even
ing. Subject, "Our rather Which
Art In Heaven." The flrBt of n se
ries of lessons on the Lord's Prayer.
John McTnggart, leader.
The public generally Is Invited to
attend the services of this Church.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Doremus,8cudder, minister; Amos
A Ubersole, assistant minister.
For tho week beginning April 10
son Ices as follows:
Ulble School, 9:30 a, m., also Men's
Leagtio Ulble Study Section In tho par
lor. Loader, Mr. Chersolo. Women's
Society Blhlo Class in main auditor
ium. LcuMor, Mrs. Olson.
Morning worship, 11 a. in. Sermon
by the minister. Topic, "Now Testa
ment Types Cornelius." Choir:
Ruck's "Ailsc, Shlno," Offertory solo:
Jenk's "Jlow Down Thino nar," Mrs.
Charles Ohmcr. .
Christian Undcavor mooting at C:30
p. in. In Parish House. Topic, "God Is
Here." Leader, Mr. O. 11. lugnlls.
Evening worship, 7; 30 o'clock. Tho
minister will preach. Subject, "The
Secret of a Radiant Fage." Choir an
them, Roger's "Tho Lord Is My Rock."
Offertory quartet, Stevenson's "I
Sought the Lord."
Tuesday 7.00 p. in., pracrmcetlng.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. in., mid-week
Thursday, 7-30 p. m., social Beo'lon
of Men's League lu study of Socialism.
Travelers soldiers, seamen lsltlnii
Ifleiuls and tho public generally aro
welcome to nil theso scr
Christian Church, corner of Ala'
kea and King Streets. Morning Bcr-I
vices; Junior Y. I'. S. C. E., 9:00
n. m., Mfss Ida McUulro. Superinten
dent; ruble School, 9:45 a. ni.. W.
O. Hnlll Superintendent; Preaching,
service, hi a. niy Subject: "What Is
Man." Evening" cervices: Senior Y.
I. S. C. E., C:30 p. in., Subject; "Ood
is Hero," leader M8. Seyde; Ernest
R, Welboum, President. Preaching
service, 7; 30 p. in., Subject: "Why
Are Reasonable People Asked to Re
lieve Such an Unreasonable and
MjsterloiiH Thing as the Christian
Religion." Special singing by thu
Young Men's Choir, under the, direc
tion of Mr. Wutcrman. A. C. Mc
Stenographer Permanent position,
llcglnncr wl'h thorough knowl
edge of" shorthand and typewrit
ing might bo. accepted. Address,
stating qualifications and salary
expected, "S03," Ilullotln omce.
Hveryono to know that the Wnl
p.ihu Exchange, tit Walpahu.
servos the best of liquor refresh
ments at Honolulu prices. When
motoring to Hnlelwa. vary the
monotony by calling on us; lti
only a tcn-mlnuto run from the
main road, tnso-lm
Cottage, Vlncjnrd streof, 7
S20. Apply I486 Emma.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
The stock books of tho Oahu
Sugar Co., Ltd., will ho closed to
transfers from April 11 to 15, 1910,
both dates Inclusive.
(S) W. PFOTENHAUER,
Treasurer, Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
AS APPLIED TO
IS UNDERSTOOD AT
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A MOTHER'S LETTER.
Mrs Stinttulle 17(iicuii graphically
tlttcri'itt the til neat and the r
stmtrii af lir tluunhtfT
Allf Mothers Should Head.
OAUOHItH OF MRS. SAML'ELIE VICNUU
US. BAMUI'.I.Lr. VIONRAU, Am-
.nerst, Islede La Msgdallnc, Can
"I wrlto to tell you that I am per
fectly welL 1 took only three bottles
ofyourPcruna according to jour ad
vice and the directions in your book,
and it restored my health.
"It also cured my daughter, who la 17
ycaraold. Sho took ono bottle accojd
tng to directions. 1 asturo you that no
doctor ia equal to your book and your
advice. I haverccomincndcdyourrem
edy to a number of persons."
A Woman's Remedy.
Mrs. A. V. S louder, Caploma, Kansas,
"Pcruna has given me health and
itrcnsth; It iaihe best medicine tbutwa.
ever lnudo for women. My riend any
thoy never taw such a change la
woman. I cannot aay too niu;h lor
The followins wholesale druggist
8 will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha.
something to hanen never
made a man independent.
Stop wishing and commence
saving, and see how soon you
will be cured of the wishing
Open, a Savings Account to-
Bank of Hawaii;
Capital and Surplus:
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
P. Ot Box G40
Conducts all classes of Audits and
InvestiTOtions, and furnishers Reports
on all kinds of financial work.
Suggestions given for simplifying
or systematizing office work.
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