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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY, NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED"
in the Territory o'f Hawaii.
rT"'2L.t J Bdltorlal Rooms, - 185
3 ci.lBusiness Office, - 562
' taltrtd l tin ronobct it llosoitt.
u tecond-ctut miner,
Blessed Is the man who having
prtftteth much, abstains from Riving
up wordv evidence of the fact.
Hx-Secrotnry fiarnolil and Ills In-
surgent friends limn at leant forced
a compromise ltest authorities loll
ns that nil government ami tlio best
j government Is n compromise
' Every i!a In tlin year Honolulu la
Fv growing, but thero are some people
awful slow to appreciate It
Tills mint be a tasto of tlio weath
er they liao been enjoying bark east,
cooled Just pniiugh to iniikp It plpas
Hawaii wants nothing to ilo with
nny party mat lias- any eiiiuiiruiii
, scheme of tat Iff tinkering In Its plat
form I.efs have It UKreetl Hint tlu-re .ilmll
bo nn boss In the. political came;
LpI'h have a fair ileal unci cut uul tn
SeMT.il thousand In mnlnland cities
hao ngrocd that It Is too hot To work".
nml nccordlng to the recoril they are
right on one point.
wily not loriu u nununrv, mu..-
. . llff.m.lAt 4ltsM
lk snnd club for Honolulu That's n fall
population limit for the city to make
in tlio next two or three yeum.
Democrats han denoitiippd every
tariff ever made, men their on, as
n masterpiece of Injustice Tliej've
,Kot the habit and can't seur off
Invest your money In Hawaii's xm"
teiirUcs. You can't do better limn
f,bulld up your own home and make It
,i more attractlvo place to live In.
Hero's hoping that the man who
says "Let us have peace" will not be
the ringleader In tho next communlt
wrn'ngle. It often works that war.
Hawaii County gives slgnB ouik-J
1 ing ' up to n full-llcilgeu inteingeni
, road making policy If this comes
Strue.'thcio Js great hope for our fcl-
I low citizens on the Dig Island
iinnnliilu's summer school Is a
splendid Institution, but the taxpay
rers of ull Islands Imvo a right to be
Fnshamed of thcniselvcs that such an
institution had to depend on charity
tv Aiitborltles should not be slow to
.follow un violations of the election
?flaws and give full measure of Justice
Vna persons who piny wun cue pnv
K riiu ,,f American cltUenslilp uud
"American law '
If tho proceedings for clearing up
the redontl building Site move tor-
ThoischoolmnStcr asked tho puplBi
I'Siipposo In a fumlly there aro five
children nnd the mother has only four
jpotntoes to glvo them. Now she wants
jto give to oiery child an equal share.
iWhat Is sho to do?"
Silence iclgned tu the rooiu.tUvery-
rbody Calculated hard.
Finally, u llttlo boy stood up and
fgave tho unexpected answer: "Mash
ptbo potatoes, sir."
Tho editor had written n great and
ft comprehensive article on somo great
Land comprehcnBlvo subject, but, as
usually happens when an editor has
thrown himself sympathetically Into a
1 innrvplously ileep topic, he had made
Punmi, tnlnni mlRlnknit.
Tho editor's wlfo was In a car nnd
fithero she met u lady wlio Tcnew some
tiling bf this great and comprehensive
Jmibjcct horsolf She complimented
itho editor's wlfo on tho editor's great
Jcffort. It was Immense. It was hclp-
rJfnl. "Hut." k(i added, "vou must tell
your husband that ho doca not kuow
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thq cdltoi's 'wife? gath-
crlng her Bklrts to descend to terra
PAYABLE IN ADVANOX
t'erSlm Motttat... , .flu
Pt Vut, np.txltnU.S ., l.oo
Per Tet snrwhnt Cndt I.Ho
PcrVetf IraUpild, foicijta... 3.i
..JULY 28, 1010
wnrd at the present page, Hie whole
thing wilt bo covered with k scrap-
ers before tlin roiiuilatlons or Hid
building uio thought of
Cnp( Merger iniiy1 be In error f6r
boqsilng the band salaries, but tlio
Supervisors might to spend more
money to provide this elty vvltli a
larger band, one etiunl (o tho old
tltnc band that till the world used to
Lieutenant lUirchlleld has no occa
sion to crltlcso the newspapers for
their gross exaggeration of his con
duct 'Tht'i'e nn Homo men who could
afford to publish a card of1 apprecia
tion for the consideration they hnvu
received at tho hands of tho news
It might bo well for some people to
renll7,p that thry rannot conduct n
rule or rufn iTniimfgn anil elect n
Ilenubllcnn Deleeato to1 Congress
The Alnerlcan 'slogan ol"u aiiunrb deal
should ciaratteri7n tbn work of llie
rti'publlean orgahlatloti Vllh tt
lliey onh sweep (lli boards. '
SUMMER SCHOOL SUCCESS.
Hawaii's summer school for 1910
i proving tho grentest success of nny
miliar session thnt lias ever been
conducted in connection with tho pub
.lc schools of this Territory.
This Is tlio unanimous opinion of
tho teachers In attendance nml the
teachers who lire acting ns instruct
ors It should bo especially gratify
ing to tho citizens whoso contribu
tions made this school possible
Tho Instructors of this school are
from the start of tho Territorial Insti
tutions, including tho Collcgo of Ha
waii, and the work now boing done
auowB Hawaii's educational equip
ment to be eftlcjent and complete
(bough previously underpaid.
What la io ibu deplored' nbout tho
whole affair Is, that notwithstanding
the Territory has tho Instructors, and
the teachers ambitious for know ledge
and a general freshening up, It was
necessary to go about town and ap
peal to the philanthropy of our cit
izens In order to secure the filnds for
this summer school.
In other words the legislators nnd
tho taxpayers felt that they could not
afford to properly provldo 'for tho
public schools. The summer school
for teachers Is Just as' necessary as
the high school and grammar school
for the children. Hut In order to sup
ply this necessity tho officers of tho
public school department had to ap
peal to charity.
This position In -which legislators
and taxpayers have put tho public
school teachors Is absolutely wrong,
and wo doubt If it can bo duplicated
ilrma, "I havo already told him that."
During tho Boer war nn Hngllsh
soldier had his thumb shot off during
the progress of one of tho battles.
Dumbfounded ho turned to the ndjac
cut man to him In the ranks, who was
an Irishman, anil b'urat'out: ' ''
' "What shall I do? I am disfigured
for life'." The Irlshman'cxamlhw'tho
bloody hand, stopped chewing his to
bacco and then said:
""What is that to milke slch a fuss
nbout? Ix)ok at poor Sam who is ly
Ing there; the durn Doers Just shot
his head off, nnd he doesn't say a
word about It either."
A sad-looking man went into a
"Cnn you glvo mo," ho naked, "some'
tiling that will drivo from my mind
tho tnought of sorrow an'd bitter rec
ollection?" And the chemist nodded and put up
a little close of quinine nnd worm
Wood' and rhubarb and cpsont salts,
and a dash of castor oil, and gave It
to him, and for six months the man
could not think of anything in the
fuim i-Aivk imn Dtiiviuva lui Jvll!lH
tho tasto out of his mouth
, SYENIJfO 'BULLETIH.
" iiiniMiiiM irniw mm iiiwTniiiiiim-nwwwM
Pacific Heights ..'.4s '$ 40
Prospect St, . .4 75
Pllkoi & Young . .3 5(1
Peninsula ... 4 100
Pensacoln St. a 75
Woialae Rd. 4 05
College Hills . . . . 3 40
Kaimukl, 13th . 3 00
Young St. ... .4 CO
Piikol and Hassin-
ger ., 2 45
Kinau St 3 25
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Seven acres. House with
large living room, two bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
In nny other part of the American
Tho lesson should go )iome to tho
citizens of the Territory in every
sclioo district and It should bo taken
to heart by the taxpajer, with tint
result that they demand of tin Ir
repn Hpntnllves the necessary tax.
atlnn nnd express their willing'
ness to pny sulllclpiit taxes to piovidn
funds In conduct n well lotinded and
complcto 8) stem of public duration,
without appealing to ihnrlty.
To tho Instructors of tlio Territory,
the Honolulu Summer School Is an
To tho taxpayers and tho managers
of our Ilscnl nffnlrs tho charity feature
of It Is a public disgrace, or will bo
If tho next Legislature does not cor
rect tho wrong.
-VICTORY OVER DISEASE,
The report confirmed by Dr. Cur-
rlc, surgeon In charge, shows that tho
establishment of the Tcilernl lepro
sarium In Hawaii has been tho means
of accomplishing one of tho greatest
victories over disease, of tho ago.
Apparently the disease that has
baffled the best scientific men for ecu-,
turles ii on the verge of either bcjngeenlng. The usual longth of one nd
conquered or nt least, hold so vell" In mission Is two hours.
The. only available Reach Prop
erty on the car line.
We have 1 for sale at Waikiki 400
feet of Deachi'Property, a portion
well improved with a large and 'com
fortable house.' " '
We are authorized to oiler this
property aj a whole or In fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to uit the 'pur.
Particulars and terms at our office.
1 v l -
Fort and Merchant Strefti
HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JULY 2$, 1910.
Aiea .3 $ 50
Kaimuki. 7th". t 45
Beretania St. . 2 25
Thurston Ave, . 4 40
Kam. IV. Rd. 4 25
Matlock Ave. . 2 25
Lewers Rd. . .3 30
Christley Lane 2 15
Kaimukl, 11th . 2 32
Emma Lane 2 12
Kaimuki, 0th 2 35
Kam.' IV. & Rose 3 25
Kaimuki, 9th . . 2 12
t'likoi St.'.'.. 3 30
Kinau St. . . 0 40
"Beretania St. 2 20
Wnipio .., 3 12
D0NT -WAIT FOR THE MAIL
Office open, Sunday mornings from
eight iotbn.1 1 "' "
hand that Its dangers tind Its horror
will ba alleviated If .not eliminated.
What this means to humanity cannot
bo estimated by nny method of human
calculation; no words, figures or rep
resentation can properly describe tho
suffering nnd the misery nnd tho hum
an sacrifices that mark the path of
leprosy slnco tho earliest known his
tory of tho human race.
" Scientists hnvo felt confident Hint
they would finally Isolato and effec
tively denl with tho leprosy germ Just
us they hnvo done with smallpox,
plnguc, typhoid fevor, rabies, spinal
meningitis nnd other gefm-pfopng.it
eil hill mi n Ills, To them It hns been
merely it inntter of who would bo the
first to gain tho object sought. This
honor must bo conceded to tho l'hll
Ipplnes but tt Is hardly less an honor
for the scientists of Hawaii to hnvo
been nble to confirm tho findings nnd
conclusions of Dr Clegg.
MOVING .PICTURE CROWDS.
The managers of the moving picture
theaters of th6'!,i,llV"haVP. been con
siderable excreted over the Tact that
patrons of their amusement houses
villi sit out it whole evening on u ten-
cont ticket nnd co tho shun over nnd
ov'er ugiiln, thus preventing otliprs
w ho havo purchased tickets from ob
taining scats. Torcfgners have met
the problem and conquered It in (ho
following manner ns roported by tho
American Consul nt Hamburg:
Thp tnovlng-plcturo shows of Ham
burg nrc not manager as' In tho Unit
ed States In thO best places here tho
highest admission price Is 1 mark
(JOJCS) and tho lowost 40 pfennings
rtnno-.v Tlrknta nm slninned with
tho hour of nrrlvul, and between series'
notices ure displaced on tho canvas
thnt certain time tickets linvo oxplred
and that supplementary tickets ma
be purchased from ushers without go
ing outsldo Ushers pass through tho
audience and seo thnt persons hold
ing oxplred tickets do not remnln. Tho
flaino plcturo Is never repeated In an
WASI'INITON'. D. C., Jhiy 1
A surprising nuplii3 of $9,403,433
In the year's ordinary recelptn am)
expenditures, frilend. of the expecN
ed ileflrlt, n decrease of l.fi 18,327
for the month In the public debt,
$l,3C2,81!j, In the corporation tax
nnd nn $ll,rinn.uho rut in pc.lni de
ficiency illshursementii for the year,
nrc Homo of the iPimrLnblo feature
of Iftihy's Ironsiiiy department re
purls for the fiscal .ve.ir Pinion
The surplus In normal operations,
the most gratifying feature of 'all
to the tieasury oirtclnls, was against
n deficit In tlin sainn Hems uf $fiS,
73 1, DCS last j ear, while tho total
deficit, formed bv adding the big
Panama Canal Irniisa-lloiis, (vpendl
turen for which the treasury cv'elil-
imllj will be reimbursed, and Ihe
infill Ic. dtht statistics, reached mil)
$2r.,S84,fi44 tuda.y, against n deflcll
over all of $iiH,79fi,!J30 n year ngo.
Corporation Tax Helps.
The returns from the corpoiallon
taji helped to Inrrensa the wnrMnK
bnlnnro In the banks.
All these results are f.11 hevnnd
the oxpcMntlous or the ndmlnlstrii
tlon. llcforo tho enactment of the
new tariff law lhnro was n conteiri
plated deficit of $3l,07"i,000 In nor
mnl transitions and n total deficit
of J71.07ri.C20. The customs 10-
colpts for tho venr. $312,785,323,
aro npproxlnntely $2.0011,000 below
the estimate, the Internal lovenue,
exclusive of corporation tnx $207,
823,01"., almost $ll, 000,000 nhend
of tho estimate, nnd the corporation
tax over $2,000,000 mopo than tho
estimate, "nnd tho miscellaneous
sources over $0,000,000 ndded.
Decrease in Public Debt.
The aggregate public debt of the
United States, both Interest bearing
nnd non-Interest v bearing. Is $1.-
200,939,111!!), 11 de-rense uf $12.(118.
3.17 from last 'month, m cording tu
lodnv'fl stnlcnient. Tho total ensh
In tho treasury, vvhlrh Includes the
$ino,0i)o,000 reserve fund and the
$100,490,784 balance In the general
fund, Is $l,72r,,C83,0C4
The postal deficiency, for which
nn estimate rr $1C,880,C20 was sent
to Congress Vat December, actually
amounted to $8,495,012 only, as
against $19,r,0l,0i',2 the previous
Tho jcni's dlsbiiiKempnls Included
$172,7!2,7ii') foi civil uud miscel
laneous; $1.'.7. 001. fios foi war. $123,-
U4,".J7 I111 n.ivj. $18.7"2,i;i2 fOr
Jndlan $ ' 71'I.8'.!'I for pensions,
$21 ' ,' . hi Interest Oil public
iK';, be.- c tho postnl deficiency,'
tlio negiei e boing icdiiccd by 52,
r" ' ' 1 repay mont of unexpend
ed I utu,
It Is but a step from tho subllmo to
tho ridiculous, but 11 mighty long
climb back Mlddlptown Dully Argui.
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NF.W YOrtK, July 7. Frepnra
dona for a celebration In 1914 of
the cenlennlal of Ihe treat of
Ohent, marl.lnn 100 jetrn of peace
between this country and Groat Hrif-
ain, will be beguh at onen. It 1"
jifcpn-ed tn commemorate tho event
bj n Joint celebration lif which till
the iiMlonB will be Invited' tn pir-'
tli'Ipttc ' (
Tho plan was llrsl discussed In tho
administration of president Itopsc-
velt, nnd nt the Harvard loinlncnce
ment n Jenr hgo tho Hon. V. L.
King, minister of labor of Canada,
urged that n memorial bo erected
upon tho fionller nt Niagara.
As n resiiit tlin matter was ills
ciirspiI nt the Mnlintil" jioarn confer-
enfo list May, nnd nt n meeting on
June 10 n temprirnr commllten on
organization, which Nlater was made
permanent, chosi Andrew Carnegie,
chairman; W 1 1 flam II. SlinJ;!, scere
tnry, and John A Slewnrt, chairman
of tho oxecullvo rommltteo of 100.
The commltteo will ho composed of
2fio or morel men and women' from
every stnfe, territory nnil'dppendoiipy
of tho Union. The executive roni
jnlttco will bo coniposed of 100, vvltli
a sub executive committee of 25.
State governors aro being asked to
Join the committee ns vice-presidents,
and nn advisory commltteo of
25 Important citizens Will be chosen.
President Toft has evinced Inter
est In the work, nnd n delegation has
nnnnged Io visit Ilevorly to confer
with him nnd to offer him the posi
tion of honorary picsldont of the na
tional committee. Vlco - President
Sherman will he asked to tervo ns
honorary 1 vice-president.
The first meeting of tho general
commltteo villi take place lato In the
full, and in the meantime n sperlal
committee will go abroad to discuss
the plan In I'ugltiud nnd In Canada
The executive commltteo will meet
this summer to formulate n plan tn
lay beforo tfio liitluii.il commlllcn nt
Its first meeting.
No plan of celebration has been
decided upon, but It has been sug
gested that the program Include tho
erection of n monument, preferably
a bridgo over the Niagara river, cur
rylng out tho Idea of Minister Mc
WALES FIGHTS FOR PLACE
OK THE ROYAL STANDARD
Seems Simple, but the Consequent
Changes in Empire Would Cost
LONDON, July 9. The claim of
Wales to heraldic ropresontatldh on
the royal standard has again cropped
up at the outset at tho reign of King
George, as It did on tho accession of
Tho Prime Minister hns now prom-
T?OR the stomach's sake
JL ' ' '
m - occasional glass of beer is
very good. It is a .well estab
lished fact that
. V 'i- -
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it invalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from' its medicinal pro
perties PRIMO is an'4 ideal
beverage, well-suited to the
requisitions of tliis' climate. 3
- ) Apr.-, '
The. J5eer Them's
j ' To uit fTlie QTni &ie
you wont fin umbrella that
will give you go6d returns for
A giod umbrella will outlast
half a dozen cheap-ones.
Our umbrellas always wear
well and J-ok well.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
. FORT STREET -
Iscd that the claim of tho Welsh
members to hnvo tho Welsh dragon
emblazoned 011 tho royal stundatd
Shrill lie laid beforo the King. Tho
members nrc Indifferent whether tho
dragon or tho lion is ndopted as tho
Bymbol of Wnles", but It Ujiolntcil
out that Welsh sentiment In recent
times has fnvoded tho dragon.
It would appear, however, that tho
Welsh members have under-estimated
the 'magnitude Of tho change which
they propose. The suggestion that.
Instead of Hugland monopolizing two
of the quartet lugs of tho roval
stnndard, one should be given up to
Wales, Miumta simple enough, but
tho net would enull consequent
changes In tho loynl nHiw through
out tho King's service, beforo vvhlrjj
even the stoutest Innovator might
Tvery military button would havo
to be altered; ' and it Is computed
that the' cost of the little addition
suggested' would amount to some
thing llko $15,000,000.
IX FAVOK OF THE MULE.
The following Is given ns somo good
polntH In fnvor'of tlin indlo: K
Ho Is tho most tlreles worker on
Ilo eats less than n horse, but" doet
He never falls through a hole In a
bridge, nnd generally keeps out of
Ho Is an excellent saddle animal if
you know how to saddle him.
Ills feet stand hard roads better
than' those pf a horse.
He is always us good ns cash In the.