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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ,T. H., THURSDAY, APR. 20, 1911.
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APRIL 20, 1911
Have ii licnrl Hint never hardens,
temper Hint never I Itch and n touch
Hull never hurl. Charles IMckcii.
ot out your candidate for (lov
criinr. llo will bo nccdcil In the nut
fin' (liBtiint future
Ml'. Diaz with a revolution Is not
inucli worse off than Mr. Taft with n
Congress on his hands.
Now Yoik'H new Senator In a I'm
Kiceiiivo Democrat unit ho conies from
the i links of Tiiimnnnv The won
ders of politics - Ml never cease
Tim House illil well to inline tho
fees for the sewers of Honolulu. It
would ilo lictter to wipe tho fees out
Signs of life on the part of the
Tood Connnlsslonor U a remind"!'
thai thnre Is plenty of vvnik Tor him
to do If lie will get in mil drill.
Dedication of public lands tij edu
cation ninl hi tilth menus Hull Hawaii
will follow the plain Aineiicau piln
clplo of placing: schools llrst, ulwavs
At least one Territorial Department
liciul could not Ret $3u0 a inontli In
ii private business concern to save
Ills neck. There Is no loasoti why
tho government should pa) mine.
Iinlilt or ilc Willi: ii'-'IhvW for jpec-
l.d taxation d then shutting d.iwii
on the iihii.i1 inei'i, Is of i.ixntlon lor
con Incline pulilK iiiiMltit 111 iho
iiHii.il An-' ill an piddle manner
lOt a Ilepubllcali .Senate follow up
a liiokcn pledge on the primary bill
with another broken pledge on Iho
belt road appropriation; ami all Iho
iniinev In the Teiillory or Hawaii
iniibl not hecme the tis-clictlnn of u
Itcptihllinii luajorlty to the Ictnl;i
tuie The pollllcal party Hint will not
keep good faith with the people illicit
better go out of biiHluesH than live.
Contract work for tho construction
of the city streets Is worth it trial
though there Is Just as much oppor
tunity for Rraft In this as In the two-dollar-a-day'
scheme of bouio of our
William Kent has all the Insurg
ents of Congress beaten to a faro-je-vvoll.
He Is reported as saving Uiii'
ho will not be held bv ,in cam us
that doesn't meet Ills views on seri
PASS THE LAND-EDUCATION
The gentlemen who Imvo now en
gaged In such a bitter Inbb) ngulhst
the Ko-i ailed Falrchlltl resolullon to
(unserve the public lauds and water
rights for tho education of Hawaii's,
children, have nut jet Riven n com
petent answer to the situation pre
sented bj Hawaii being the mil) Tcr
rllnrj tinder the FIuk without pnlilk'
lamW iledlciilcil forever to I'lliiriilliiti.
There lius never been a measiuo
iut before tho Legislature of this
Teirltury that was luoio thoroughly
in line with "traditional American"
principles than the Fulrclilld resolu
It lia's been called monstrous.
Verj likely there woro Interests
that cried out "Monstrous" when the
United States Government lis far back
NEAR CAR BARN
Largo property consisting of three
houses and land) width 100, by 140
' Near Alapai St-
This la just tho place for anyone In
terested In having rooming on boarding
liouco, Buildings are modern and tho
grounds spacious and attractive.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Heulty Auction Co., Ltd.)
wo nro prepared to manago jour
estate mid took nfter your Inter
ests here. You will lltul It great
ly to your, iidvantnEo to pl.ico
the management of your iifTnlis
with a capable, mid responsible,
Come and sco us as to terms.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS WITH
THERE IS NO QUARANTINE ON
If you wish to send your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, Forgo Express Co.)
The business dlstllct of ' uiolulii
Is being hold back ten yinrs by the
efforts to monkey with Union stiect
and hold up the federal government
In its desire to orcct a building for
Why Bhould tho money lor recla
mation purposes be taken out of cur
lent funds. Is theie any siwnd ron
ton why tho people of today should
pay nil tho expenses for the work
which generations fifty .veins henco
will reap us large or Luge;' bcnoHts7
Pima llm bill for Iho vv.iter and
eevver commission for Honolulu The
people liuvo no use for the ptescnt
liielllcieut management Failure to
mako a change means that tho water
iiilmiulsl ration goes straight Into fac
tional politics at the next election
Kvcrynno expects tho city health
department to coopcrnto with the
Territorial health department. Just
nn the Territorial olllcers eooporato
with tho Federal olllcers Ily doing
othervvlso tho local city government
stirred tho people up to tho point
where tho authority given tho local
government had to bo taken away.
ns 1785 set aside public lands in ov- U I n readers to the following very
... ... . . ..ll.1.. ,...i i.i Art t In tint 1,i ill tier tur.
Th" University of Minnesota rte
riven an iucoiue from .i'lbllc luii.lt
leaied to milling corporations. Would
j oil expect a Minnesota legislator to
liu.t long before tho electoratn If ho
got up and declared that the Hiifvers
Ity of Minnesota lands should bo
lmmestended, bocnuso by tho cnntlnu
ntlon of tho present system tho State
mid tho University and nil those who
voted contrary to Ills Ideas would bo
perpetuating gang labor, luring nor
hoi and nil tho evils (hut corpora
tions in o heir to.
cry Stale for education, und again In
ISM when the Morlll act set aside
minimis of aues of land for thu en
dowment of lolleges In every Stato
It will be Indeed n monstrous and
vicious deed If the leprescntiitlves of
the people of Hawaii fall, when tho
mutter Is culled to their attention, to
do what the) can towards setting
aside a part of the public lauds and
the best public hinds, us a hcritago
to the children of the schools and
also to serve the sick in tho support
of health measures.
IMss tho Itesolutluu. If ulijnno In
tho C'oiigri'sa of the United States
rah.es his hand against the spirit and
purpose or tlie act, not how ipiickly
lie will be voted down bv his asso
ciates. One of the llrst to suppoit the bill
will undoubtedly be the man who pre
sented III" lirst icsolutlon of annexa
tion Senator New lands.
And us for the specious pica of de
lay, that the. mailer should be sub
mitted to tho electorate, lust contem
plate for u moment bow long n can
didate or u party would Inst before
tho electorate In Hawaii with n retord
of having refused In follow Hie plain
iiirrl('iiii principle In dealing wild
Ihe cdiicalliin of Hie children ami (lie
licllcr guarnnl if funds for the sup-
port of the sick.
Pass the resolvo and don't bo fooled
by the tricks of luhhvIslH who nro
hounding the trail of House members
l.el the schools be lirst mil out)
this ) car, but for nil jears In conic.
ANOTHER CHURCH JOURNAL
sensible comment In tint leading par
ugraphs of the Hawaiian Church
"Wo regret that The Friend takes
such a glooiuv view of the ilectoiate
of Hawaii Ilccaiise tho llnwallans
did not voto last Fall as Tho Friend
hoped thev would do it Is said In tho
January Issue of that paper that 'It
was a big mistake to give the lln
wallans suffrage without suitable re
stlletlons. "Fnither It Is stated Hint 'last July
was h day of Judgment for the lace
nnil It deliberately thoso annihila
tion.' "This puper avoids political nucs
tlona and wo nro not going to discuss
the merlin of tho question Involved
We liavo a new lino of Imported
Excellent timekeepers and se
lected especially for tho pleasing
tones of the striking.
The prices are moderate,
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
The delicious flavor of
is retained in the wonderful
Up in Umatilla County, in North-Rastern Oregon, are
grown the choicest berries in the world. These arc pre
served for shipment by a wonderful now process that retains
their native flavor, and we have them ready, to serve on your
table as fresh berries with .cream, or to be made into pies
shortcake, dumplings, etc. Don't fail to try them.
Blackberries, Logan berries, Red Rasp
berries, Black Raspberries, Strawberfies.
Henry May Co.
I'nlted States and liostH of tho best
Christians in tho world. Articles
which have appeared lately in llrst
class magazines und papers Imvo
shown that tho lliiwiillanH voted
against a method which In tho opin
ion of tho writers of said articles, lias
proved a demoralizing failure wher
ever tried "
If the llawnllaits proved themselves
until for sulTrngo becnuso they did not
voto for n certain measure In July
last, then as n matter of course tho
large number of white people wlirf
oted as tho HawiiliiiiiH did on that
occasion, nro also unlit to have tho
siillruge, und these would Incliido
hundreds of tho best und most Intel
ligent cltl7ens In UiPho Islands. Tlio
.Missionaries tried to tench the, people
to think for themselves. The Friend
therefore cannot JuHtly complain It
they do not nlvvuvH see matters an
the Hawaiian Kvnngellcnl Association
would wish them to do. Thero nra
ceitnlnly two Bides to any ipicstlon
und It Is h fact Hint tlie majority voto
Inst July was In agreement vjltli the
oxpiessed opinions of n very largo
but The Friend should remember that number of Iho best citizens of tho
That shippers vvlmrf lax bail been
(ixpcndcd for ciurying on tho anll
inoMtilto campaign a most worthy
object. Hnvo the results; been any
moro girt! Ions than would have been
tho case Willi ii proper Territorial up
proprlntlon expended In tho iifiun!
channels' mid subject to levlew by
tho people who paid In the money?
Chief Justice Robertson In his upon
letter to the F.dltor of Tho Filencl,
commented that tho Oriental-American
cltlzeiiH of Hawaii would never
bo mntiollod in politics by tho Tac
tion represented by Tho Friend.
Tho loading artlclo In tho Febru
ary number of Iho Hawaiian Chinch
Chronicle, of which tho lit Itov.
Henry Ilouil Iteslarlek Is edllui-ln-clilcf,
voices a sentiment thai shows
still further what an Intolerant
minority The Friend nipresents any
way, when dealing with the Ilnvvnll.ui
Tlie artlclo will be published In full
in u lutor issiio, but wo wish espec-
Real Estate for Sale
IIouolulu ought to get out of. the Dally to druw the attention of D u 1 1 o-
l.et us show you n bargain on Mat
lock incline. New blx-roinu home, con
taining (i out und back l.inals, living
room, ill aw lug room, kitchen, cte. Hot
and cold water. Iliillt-ln cldclmnrd,
liufii.caeej mid window seat, lids Is
mi uliMilutcly niav bouso, mid u bar
Cash or instalimsnls
WHAT A TARIFF BOARD MEANS,
in all tho years tho tariff prob
lem lias been before tho country, n
vital Issue In political cninpnlngs and
nn excuse for congressional logroll
ing and Jugglery, the methods of
framing the law have been un
changed. It Is being recognlrcd, however,
Hint the basic methods of tarllT law
making are radically wrong, wholly
Inadequate for existing conditions and
working nn Injustice to the people.
So, Inevitably, revision must enino.
Common sense and Intelligence
must bo applied to the solution of
the tariff problem, nnd this is be
ing urged by means of a permanent
board of experts.
Ono of the leading objects of this
proposed tariff board will be to pro
vide n Bclcntlllc means of slow re
vision. Nothing would so upset Industrial
and gcnoral conditions as to hnvo
tariff tinkering continued Indellnitcly
Into tho future.
Tills nl way h Imminent prospect has
been n courso of much annoyance.'
It Is therefore advocated by tho
National Tariff Commission AsmicIu
tlon, which Is working for tho tariff
board, that tho tribunal shall consist
of ten exports, to bo appointed by
President Taft for a porlod of years,
their duties Including tho ascertain
ment of technical, Industrial nnd sta
tistical facts lolatlug to tho intricnto
This In sennlblo.
It will put nn end to threats of
radical tariff revision with every
It will' substltiitn a hclcntlllc meth
od for a logrolling scheme. s
It Is in tho Interest of tho vvlinlo
people, nnd It will enhnnco the value
of tho tariff, ns a protective agency,
boyoud what It could possibly bo
under tlio present order of thlngu.
one of thulr choicest treasures. Tills
nuiuisltlnii comprises four sacred bun
dles or packs of tho Osngo inilhui",
very few of which have ever beep ob
tained by scientists, us they nro gener
ally burled with their "keepers."
These nicred bundles are Just us
prccloui from n religious standpoint to
tlie Indian us they are from a vclcn
tlllj standpoint to tho ethnologist nnd
nro extremely hard to obtain. They
represent the holiest fetish or n tribe,
and hi zenlmisl.v ore they guarded from
any profanation Hint they arc put In
tho charge of n special priest or medi
cine tunn. who keens them carefully
hidden. At certain periods they nro
opened and tlio contents worshipped
ninld tho moit elaborate ceremonies.
but often ut these times only the chosen
men of the tribe lire nllowed to see tho
strangely assorted articles that are
kept In tho bundles.
Ono of tlise was opened with much
care by Dr. Walter Hough, one of tho
curators of the National Mueum. I)r.
Hough found the outsldo wrapping or
suck to bo made of n rare Indian fabric,
woven of tlio silky brown luilr of tho
buffalo. This was bound with u buck
skin bund decorated with human scalps
and tho leg of nil eagle Inside this
was it buckskin bag and Inside that a
havcmick made of a material resem
bling Chinese matting.
In this hnvcrsuck vvcro n plpo decor
ated with scalps, iv tobacco bag, a
braided cord made of woolen fabric and
a bundle of buffalo bladders bound with
a thong ornnmentcd with scalp, and
one other bundle which was tho most
Important of all, for It represented tho
"holy of holies." This bundle was a
buckskin bug, to which was bound a
buckskin object resembling a head
band. Inside this bundle was found
the most sacred object of tho pack
the body of n hawk, which hnd been
mummltlcd andthen painted a brilliant
Vermillion nnd green. Attnchcd to tho
tall was a circlet of human scalps. The
body was suspended by n braided band
made of woolen fabrics which evident
ly bad been obtained by tho trlbo
through trade with other Indians.
The largest tenement house In the
world Is tho Frlehnus, In a suburb of
Vienna. It contains between 1200 and
UiOO rooms, divided Into upward of 00
separate npartments. The rent of a
suite of four rooms Is about I7.H0 a
Judging from the number of divorces
granted In this country, some peoplu
seem to regard mnrrlngo ns they do
vaccination as something that doesn't
FOItT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
BY THE OSAGES
Rare Indian Packs Secured
For American Bureau of
Dy John E. Monk,
(Ppeclal Hill let I n tVn espondenee. )
WAHIIINilTON, . l Apr 1 Olll
clals of the llureaii of American Kill -lining)'
of tho Smithsonian Institution
nro highly pleased over un addition
which they liavo Just mado to their
collection, and which they regard us
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