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mttn M the PtmtOftH- t llnpnll III
a tevuiiUtaii miller.
DECEMBER 10, 1910
jjlOf, tfif virions I dr.. I )ti-niH mill
Utopian Sclii'incs pmiioMMl lij dream.
Vrs mid reformer, (lien1 U llil lo be
'jfiid; llii'fr cIihIii- lime lut "in- wik
IllnV, and that l the I111111.111 link.
Xnd n clinfn N ntronin-r lliim IN
iw-nkest HiiV. Kruiik ('nine.
F' Wlien In doubt about your Cbrlat
,man Dliopplng, rend llullotlu mis
gnnd then nhop early.
' Honolulu can't win by llRliting Mr.
KCottrlll becauso lie U a negro. Our
bulwark la the principle of home ruin.
MJT Honolulu has n population of more
than llfty-tvvo thousand today. It In
'right on the road to the One Hundred
Mr. Cottrlll's friends have certainly
docldod thut he is to bo Internal Hev-
Penttu Collector for Hawaii. And be
Tng from Ohio, they think they ought
m Amendmenta to tho Organic Act nre
I always dangerous, moro especially
5lhen they involve a "revision of the
lunt laws. And no one should realize
tthls better than tho Goernor.
poicc,' sn JoiMati, "whin once the
cry of war Is heard all of litem are
anxious for the light This Is partly
because they have no Biilllclent rea
son for wanting peace, and partly be
cause they still luno much of the wild
animal In them."
Hut .Mr Jordan llnd thut this conn
try Is far ahead of Kuropu In the
peace mo ument. So perhaps wo ate
less barbarous than others, though
the facts uf the war for ordinary ex
istence provo that most ccry man In
this udwmccd country must light to
! Ordinarily one would bellovo that
the McCrosson-Wahlawa hill would
miW In n pAnarnl flirfif nn nil Me-
drosson's enterprises that ho would
Mu5t court whthwse'eklng Important
privileges for tho particular benefit
of the Island of Hawaii.
Tito II u 1 1 o 1 1 n npologlzes for not
Including In todny's Issue the adver
tisement of tho Honolulu Hundred
Thousand Club. The demands on the
advertising spaco of the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
have been so heavy In taking caro of
Fifty-Two Thousand Honolulu that
the Hundred Thousand boys will lime
Id wait a day or two.
''Tho departure of Admiral and Mrs.
Iteos Is sincerely regretted by n very
wldd'circfe" of Honolulu people Ad
miral Iteos has been a particularly
elnctent officer and admirably adapt
ed for, handling In an easy manner the
peculiar conditions met In Hawaii. He
has' held tho continued good will of
(tie people and practically eliminated
all thought of friction. It would be
gratifying Indeed It the Admiral were
to decide that Honolulu is tho Ideal
placa for the retired as well as the
active officer of tho navy.
Again the olllcl.il figures or the Fed
eral government prove that tho great
Prohibition wao to which so much
public attention has been called, docs
not decrease but rather Increases the
consumption of intoxicating lienors.
The figures presented In the annual
report ot Internal llcvunuo Commis
sioner Cabell for the period ending
June 30th last, arc so erop,lonal as
to elicit special remarks from tho
Thero were brewed r'J,rm,",r bar
rels of beer, as against d0,3GI,3G0 bar
rels In 19011, white tho number of
breweries decreased from 1C22 to
The total production of distilled
spirits was 1G3,!!M,9I0 gallons, an In
crease of 24,002,317 gallons over 1U09,
The withdrawals from bond for con
sumption in 1910 aggregated 12S,Gr,,
TTG gallons, an tncrcaso over 1U0U of
Hut one conclusion can bo drawn
from this. Tho Prohibition ngitatlon
may increase tho amount of Prohibi
tion law but it ilori not promote tem
perance or lessen tho consumption of
v "THE COLLECTORSHIP.
Honolulu has been resting easy on
the Internal revenue collectorshlp be
cause It has assumed that the assur
ance reported to have been given Mr
Carter by tho President held good.
The people have thought It was mere
ly a matter of what local man the
President should select.
,lIt Is now apparent that the friends
of Mr. Cottrlll believe he has been
promised the position, and It Is only
a'' question of' the date on which ho
nliull start for Hawaii.
The contention of Honolulu should
not bo for individuals as far ns our
locaf candidates nre concerned, hut
for recognition of tlto prlnclnfo of
homo government and homo appoint-,
rnenfs. Mr. Cottrlll should not ha op
posed because he Is a negro but for
tlto samo reason that any other com
petitor of our local candidates would
be opposed we believe In our own
residents and support them ns against
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A money makinu proposi
tion for one uiulcrstandiwj tho
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BETHEL STREET "
IF YOU WANT TO SE1ID A
CALL UP 1574 AND A BOY WILL
COME FOR THE MESSAGE
OUR LOVEJJF PEACE.
Man Is Btlll possessed of a barbar
ous nature according to David Starr
'Jordan, nnd we doubt If many will
urguo that the Prosldent of Stanford
University nnd leading advocate of
Universal peace, Is far from wrong
'Ho views the problems of world's
future peace from the ery practical
standpoint of d' man who understands
'"Although" nine men' out of ten will (
Cell you they belloo in universal
TARIFF TINKERING UNPOPULAR.
No one Is anxious for tho Sixty
Second Congress, wliojo utonibcis
were elected last Novemter, to begin
work earlier than the appointed time
of the first Monday of December 11)1 1
Least ot all are tlto Democrats, who
control tho Houso of IlcprCscntatlvcs
by a cry largo majority, enthusiastic
over tackling tho task of icgulatlug
Ono of tho first to speak out ngalnst
the proposal to call tho Sixty-Second
Congress Into special session for tlto
enrly enactment of "corrective tariff
legislation" Is Chump Clark, tho lec
ognlzed leador of tho present Demo
cratic minority and tho future Dem
"I don't think thero is ono cliaucn
In n thousand of nn extra session of
Congress" Clark Is quoted ns saying,
and further, "Nobody wants It except
tho folks around Washington, Tho
President doesn't want It, Congress
men do not want it and no ono la
clamoring for It but tho' hotels niid
boarding houses and merchants of
Representative James It. Mann of
Chicago, takes much tho samo view
and Is quoted ns saying, "I can seo
nn udvnufngo In a special uusion for
either party and can seo no reason
why ono tthould be called or forced.
It' would bo easy to forco a special
session by holding up tho appropri
ft teems, therefore thut our local
bugaboo manufacturers must find
something other than an immediate
clmngo of tho tariff to worry about.
Neither tho Itcpuhlleans nor tho Dcm
ocruis of Congress aro trying to hast
en tho day when tho tariff tinkering
sha'l bo resumed.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
9: no a. m. Illblo itcluul. A full
attendance Is desired, as Mlti S ouno
will ill 111 tlto school In Clirlrtmiu
10 a. m. Men's League Illblo
clars.'y under (he dire tlon of tho as
sistant minister. "Tho Social I'loli
leni tf Hie nimlly." '
11 n. in. Woibhlp. Seinion h tho
nilnlhlur, "Our Host Now."
G:'30 p. m - Clirl.itlail Hndcavor.
Tople, "Christian Hitdeawtr and So
clal Ueftirm." -leo. Paty, leader.
"30 o'foek Htenlng rorvlce.
"Tho City or White l.lly. Mother of
Men." This Will bo the subject of
Dl Seudder's travelog
The double rjtiartet will ting at
both nlornlng and evening services.
Kvcrjoiio not lunucctcd with nny
Wc use the sasie crafts
manlike metliods in mak'ng
oar frames ns in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
wilh n well balanced stock to'
Alukea anil Ivinir streets. Hmulnt
I.eecniliir 10. (Mo,
9't:. a, m , nibio schoui: w. n mill,
Superintendent; lesson, Matt. 2":1
fiO! "Tho crowning glory of the King"
Klectlon of Superintendent for 1011.
II n. m morning service; preach
ing by l)r H ti Livingston; subject,
"The lixicllenee of Humility." Com
munion following tho tcTlnnn. "
3 n m , Sloan Clmpel; Kewaio, Di
ibtn Kthfinl: l!ll Rnilnr. P.iiii.trltitnml.
ettt; international lesson :v"Tnirc7t!cT(
i iiiau p m. v r h t;. i;. "How,
Imil.t n Pl.ftatt.in .n .1 Iff...... r..w '
....? v.. . lav... ...J UIIIIIVIIL 1 UJII
others?" leugor, Trod Wrne. !
30 p in, evening servlro; r.peak-
er, O J Hay; subject. "Tlxi Other
Half ill the Two Lives" t
7 30 Tuesday evening, December
13lh. Young Men's Dlble Class In sttnlv
room leader, HI I Snyder I
Slrnngers and visitors In llio rltv
am cordially Invited In attend thesn
meetings and a hearty welcome Is ex
tended to nil. I
LATTER-DAY SAINTS, nEOftCAN.
King street near Knplolnnl
0--T. n in Stinilnv Se'liool. Les
son topic. "Paul's Prrachlns." I
11 n m., Morning Worship. j
, 0 p. in. Zlnn's llollglo 1 Iterarv S'-l
clety. Lesson topic, I'The Rncnrd
Hidden," Amcrlei 420 A. I) Also
musical nnd literary program.
7 t." p. in. Evening Wort.hli. Rpo
elnl music bv tho eholr. I
Oien to nil. Strangers nlwayi vvcl-
thi: si.v.'iiti ,ikjiy.
Ilnll, corner Ntiuanu avenue and
Coriii oilier, M T. Hrynnt. Adjt ;
fllVlsionnl officers, Major nnd Mrs
Meotlnirs rnndtietoil liv rumq nni.
er Thursday and Saturday rxeulngi; J
by Hip divisional officers Stimtay eve
ning nt eight o'clock
The luihllc Is Invited
, ARMY AND NAVY
01 hcr'"cti.Utclf'lit7trAhtl'TnviIflif to
attend t'endat UnljiiCaiid find (hero
theli (huich homo
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner Dcrctinl.t nvenua and Mil
Icr rttect. i
S)in.):iy Pchtol, f);iT, a. in. I!. II.
TiPnt, Sitpt. '
I'lp.ichng Servleo, 11:00 a, m-Itov
It Kline ' Sui'tli.
Kl.vvoith l.ciguo, 0:30 p in. Mr.
I .ink I "e.
Preaching Ectvlec, 7:3) p. in. Kev.
It. Kirn?- Smith
On Sundiy moiiilns at 11 n'cliel:,
lluv. 11 Hliitef Smith, tho new pis
tor, will pieadt lit tlto riingregitloii
for the first lime. A full uttendanco
of nil meinliots and filenih of Hie
chinch Is e.ituet y solicited tit this
servleo to give to the paHtir a cor
dial weir nut At the evening ser
vleo Ho. It. Llntur SntUlt will pie
side pri-tchlng on tho subjert "What
Our I'tople Need Most."
All tmuists and Btrnngvs In the
city will bo welcomed at theso sci
Columbus discovered America nnd
when searching for tho centre of pop
ulation America discovered Colum
bus. St. Louis (ilobe-Democrat.
"Do ou pay much attention to pub
lic sentiment?" "No; I always look
the other wuy vvlton I fpo a young
couple holding hnnlls In the park "
It tukes fuur burhels of Kansas al
falfa seod to equal ono uulomohllo
tire Kuucis City Jouinul. J"
Real Estate for Lease
ivtatcao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oaltu
Wo offer those tleslrnltlo beach lots
rlluate on tho wiitdvvnid utile uf Oihu
for leato for a twenty (20) jear tejm
at a uioderato rental.
laits are l ooJOO. ,,hk
This (propel t'y I can 'ho 'reached by!'
A Bargain n Makiki Disttict for
TOUT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
Work incident lo inlslng the weck
a the old IT s. S Maine, nt Havana,
a progies'ilng and men imi now mak
lug liuildn for the tubes (f tho cof
fertlam to be built around the hull
Then- tubes are twoiity-tw0 fpol long
ami fifty feet In diameter. They will
ho placed around tho Maine, forming
in oval tOt feet long by 217 feet
wlilo. A' fcpnen forty live feel wide
will Itp left around the wreck. In
.which to work wjieir the cofferdam U
immped out, which will prnlvthly ho
heleen .litiiuary 20 nntl 23. Tor tho
hading add unloading of niutnrl.il
Troii onn of the s own a steel biiiini
from tho Mnlun Is doing good ter
vlie. This boom wis hiibtnergeil with
lite vcrrel, but after being thoiough
Iv rcraped proved to he In exec lent
It wn nnnnuiieed nt tho Navy He-,
nitiiiPiit November 2T, that no np
lit.liitiueitt will ho made to su eeeil
General Mlllott asxouimnudnnt of tho
Mnriue Corps when ho retires Novem
ber 30. Aa vVas stated several weeks
'go. Colonel W. I'. lllddlo will bo
'Miguel to rommind tho corpi until
Congrets enacts legislation by which
tlto four oani' detail sjstoni can ho
put Into effect at .lie,idiUiirtois. Col
onel lllddlo Will iiot be acting com
mandant, but will feign ordois "lly
the authority of the Secretary of tho
Navy, Colonel Middle commanding."
Tonight at 7;30 there will ho a
dinner nt tho University Club, nt
titlitnli rtll IT iitttAftrlt at uf It V I nli t tr 1 1 mmi
tt(inil till uiiliilDHJ n mn iiiriH llt'"
are uxprrtetl to lie jircwout.
' .. n 4 . P 11... l,tnltll lint f.r
Iuu iiti:t)itiii in i n ii iiinniHK iiov hi i
men of llio tuilveiBlty In this city.
been Kimo who wofn ovei looked In
ending nut tho formal Invitations to
, Hie funellon,
If such has been the case, It Is
mcrelyjnn oversight nnd all men of
l in innvnmtv now in tne eltv nro
tilgcd to lie pteseitt thin evening iltj
the dinner, which will stmt prompt
ly at li'ilf-past revon,
It tilwajs makes us mail when an
autumobllo dilvcr toots his lurn ni
a w .lining for 113 to get out of bis
I way. As though wo haven't honsn j
enough In get out ot tho way of nn
! automobile! Atchison (Kntl.) (llohe.
, I niri iviin tl iiani; man ,iuil
, nn rnuii oi lonsiers, u may im nn
i tie lo propose Chicago Novvs.
Just Right For
NOW Is tho time to leavo rirdei
for KUITIT Tho S S. Slenu, r.alllni:
December H, reaches San l'raitclsco
Do ember 20. DON'T MISS IT.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Sttect
Wholesale and retail. Churches and Sunday
Schools supplied. We have a larrjo stock at
IMPORTED FRENCH BOM-BOftS
CHOCOLATES, MARSHMALLOWS, ETC.
Finest in the World made fresh every day.
Order your Christmas candies here.
Remember the Palm Test is "Tho Best."
Is the kind we uouglit for our Winter demand. The goods
ns now shown iu the s ere i.ll every promise of sustaining
their warranted wealing durability, as well as the dictates
of style. i
There 's n complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you a3 much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEliPINO GARMENT for Children
is the newest article we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to patents to
necessitate much "sales talk'' here. See the line, and the
gnrmcii's will sell thcmrelvcs'. These goods nre priced in
this store ns.tliey nre i i New York, Ch cago and San Frail
Cisco stores. " , ( ,
YEE CHAN & CO
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
as gcod as v.-n's ever made on a farm better than the aver,
age sold here.
ASK TOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
Wc have some fresh fish, Ask for it.
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
Extra QuaL'ty. ..
Metropolitan Meat Market
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