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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 21, 1911,
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
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I'm Vni,.nlvd, hnclxn IJ.dk Pi Venr l.tu'.l. Ii.mjtu 3.w.
npf l bclitori.il Rooms,
The suiesl way to .not a lam-i place is to make our ser
vice fill and ovnflow the place wo uccupy. Josiali Strong.
The same personified influence that said "We have given
too much for the schools" is now fighting viciously the plan
to set aside public lands of Hawaii for the permanent en
dowment of education.
Honest men may go wrong in their conclusions. History
will prove that. But such men are a thousand times strong
er in public esteem arid more representative of patriotic cit
izenship than the cringing inv ertebrate who personifies the
ring-nosed water buffalo.
BONDS FOR SANITATION.
Why rlionlil tun lititiilti'il mill fifty
llioiu.uiul dollars lot- (lit sanitation tif
Honolulu by rt' luiunliun luousuius In'
taken ftiiui I ho t'ttrii'til ipvenups of
TIiIh wuik II properly tlono tuny re
iilr more tlmn Inn hundred and llfly
thotiHiiiiil dollars Ami when It Is
'OIIIili'lri! tl bellellts will be lis glent
anil uh permanent ns tiro now evi
denced li Aula 1'aik and lllier street
lopluclllg what mir, lifted! years :iko.
FOLLOW TRADITIONAL LINES.
Rvorj Stale ami Territory ever
liiinigM Into the l'liltcil Stales has
hail iiulillc lands set aside ami Ir
revocably uVdlcnliil to the cause of
public imIuc.iI Ion -cxrcpl llic Trrrl
lor. of Hawaii.
Not out acre of public laml In this
Teirllor ban eer been rot aside as
nn endowment Tor educational pur
poses Fonnlnr Newlunds In tho original
tiuticalloii rendu! ion proposed that
the 1 1 ail it tonal American plan should
b ro'lou pil Hut local Intercut of
l.'uwi'li woikuil In tltu Joker by which
tin Income fioiu Mic iiuhllc lanilx In
illviiili'O to "ulher puhllii puiion.M. '
Now Ihu piopomil Ik minlii to ilcdl
catP aluahle public laml ami water
rlRlilK In eilm .ill.ni ami lipultli, while
the in yet relnalllH u few aires of pub
lic biml to iIiMlicaic
TIiIh lit beitii; rimtlllt blttiirly.
titer nnoiie mtppoKo fot a iikiiiipii:
that the iiieiiibcr of ('imni'ess will
Rtilo with or IipIIpvp 111 tile u.iimI lall'l
Of men of ll.iu.lll who clicheieil cilll
cnllon nut of an piiilowuiput of pub
lic lnmlH In the HtKt iilaie, ami now
neck o prevent 'lie i hllilrcn uf the.
Ton Hot fioiu reiplat; the hcnelUH
FINAL LEGISLATIVE DUTIES.
Seliloui ilues a l.ccislatuiu with a
great amount of woik to ilo nppioach
tho cloblni; hours of the H'sslnn with
out a coiiKPstlou of luiportniit inc.is
hits on which tin) IcKlsbitor must
think quickly ami act solely with the
general welfaiu 111 lew.
The pel loil has p.isseil when trail
IliK r li'KiKliitivo liiK-KilllliK etui bo
ilium without Injury to tho louimou
Uiinil. Thu repipsentutlies of the
peuplo ate ilown to the brass tacks
Apiuopi lallons ami the tax inens
llles are the bill llppi'llllost In tho
'IhoiiKhtH of tho people. In ileallui;
with tlicHo in.itliiis thu Legislature
Rlioulil always bear In luluil the fact
that this is a (.'iiiulni; ill, ami n
yrowlii',' Terrllorj. .A urcat niuouiit
of wurl; has to bo done. The city tan
nut Kiow anil the otitshle ilUdlcts
canmit ilevelop without laying new
prohleiiiH anil broailer tespijtislhilltlcH
upon tho ulllceis of the government
uiiil nlsu upon the people Those re
sponsibilities in o tight here, now.
Kur manv jimiih tliem lias been
much harplai; on Hie suing Hint these
Islands have the machinery or'a Cor
llail engine to inn the business of a
small watch. Too much harping on
thla siring Ik oiio of the reasons why
nun I,kIhI.iI iiix after nuotlier has cut
iliiwn here ami p.ueil thete, anil held
tu a one pej- cent. taxation fetish, uny
Weekly issued on Tuesday. I
VnieTtit II lh Fostoftirt si lfnumolti
APRIL 21, 1911
n bog liolo nml n stinking sou ice uf
i I ' 1 1 i . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 Improvements thnt Mill
keep Honolulu clean iiiiinot h" iimili'
nil n till hIiovoI and oil call Irish That
means money w listed.
This Ity anil this Territory call fur
a vigorous ami ptinal reclamation
scheme that will lepreseht 'imoy 111
I Such wink Juslllli"j aiiroiilatlon
and expenditures of loan fundi
or that which N their blrtbrluhl, anil
h:i Leuii H'Karili'il as Hip lilrlli'llit of
Atuptliaii I'hlliltPii In every leher
'I'O'illnry por orKanlicil iimlcr Iho
Ai'im Iran llau.
I'.irs the RiliThlbl resolution.
Hue!" ..cllon will kio In (Vim-rpsR
that the people of Hawaii aio in lino
with Ihi) Anieilcan priuclplu cslab
llsilipil iik far luck In our hlntory as
Hip llrat Ciiiiki'pih of ITS.'..
Shoitbl Coiiki'phh conclniln after
rniixluViliiK all iiIuisph (if Iho rjuoH
tlnn that tin- enemies of the I'nlrchllil
irwilvi, tiro rlifl'l. well ami K'il. Wu
ihu perfectly safe In tukliiK eliances
Hut the action of the present I.PR
Islatiirc, now that the subject bus
brcti brought befoie It as a clear-etit,
Klralulillnrwuul Issue, Hhotibl be such
as to pniMi to the members uf the
I'Hlii'il Statps CuiiKiPsn ami the peo
ple of the Unltci Stales, that ilesplte
the lalltire to set asble public lamls
for the eilm alien of the people In the
past, the bunt of the cltl.eim of the
Teintory of Hawaii Is In tho tlKlit
It Is slKiilllcuut that the Icailluc op-
;'onnUs of this bill are the icpres.iu-
t.ituM or jsieat ciirpiirato Interi'MF,
to 11 mi that iluilng the perioil between
suislons crises base arisen calling for
mole money , more work, ami emer
gency nic.iBUics for which certain
Ilium ami thu merchants of thu city
are privately assessed tu title over tile
This Is nut as It should be. Ami
iiirloiislj enough Hie icr) men who
ciiiiilciiiu (he liuiileiiiiile priiiMiin bj
Hie I.cgNlnlurc are (lie lines wild
force Hie fabe cciiniuni ami then en
I with n loiiil noNe ugalnsl (lie special
avesiiicnl for special cnicrgcncj.
Ah yoti line your cuiintry, Kentle
nicii, nml hiuo simii) rcgaul for elll-
, c-lfiit gmiirnineiit. sliapo the final pin
gram of this session on broad lines.
Ily this we mean lines bioail enough
to enable tho departments to du the
work that must he peiformeil either
thiiiiiKli our own olllcei's mid levied
I against the piopeity mid Inconin of
. private enterprise, or by olllcer of
Hie United Slates government ami
levied especially against ptlvalo prop
urty mid our Island entet prises. If
eitlelis mid olllclals of Hawaii don't
lilt, someone else will.
Provide for hi-imii'Iiik (Iiu funds
nccdcil for sanitation operations and
for traiiHpoitntion by means of bet
ter io.uIh, mid don't he afraid to go
at such large projects In a manner
that will make adeiiialo aninuulH of
laoiiuy avullable, Thu value of Iho
tki$k't iv ! -K'-Ali
NEAR CAR BARN
Larrjn property contlstlng of tbr.
housca and laml width 1D0, by 140
Near Alapai St-
This is just tin place for anyone In
terested In having rooming on boarding
houce. Buildings ara modern and the
grounds spacious and attractive.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Ilealty Auction Co, Ltd.)
wu nro prepared to ttmn.ic your
cstntH ami look aftir jour liitu
eMls hi re. You will flml It great
ly to your ailvnut.'igu to place
the maliilgemcnt of your iilTalrs
with a cupnbbi and reiponslblH
Come nml sen us as to terini.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
THERE IS NO QUARANTINE ON
If you wish to send your mainland
friends lialf-n-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, Furifo Impress Co.)
Investment cannot be questioned.
riiiall), iluu't Iri lu xtuldle upon
Hie current relcllilcs uf the nretent
pel luil Hie cuvl uf work from M lib It
gcncralliuis fur Hie ucl lift) )eari
will leap (he grcalcl direct bcnclit.
C'unJtructlon of new buildings, per
manent lupalrs of old buildings, now
mid permanent road construction, mid
the leclauiatliili of swamps and pres
ent Insanitary mens may all ho prop
erly i barged against tho money ou
tlined tbiougli public loans.
The Hue of denuii-kallon is clear to
any business mind, ami nothing is
gained to any man ami ccttulnly not
tu the community by striving to lie
Kmart "III cutting down expense" by
taking the cost of permanent work
out uf iiinncy that is needed for cur
Real Estate for Sale
f.it us rIktiv you ii bargain' on Mnt
lock avenue. New six-room luune, con
taliilniT fiont and back l.inals, living
loom, drawing loom, Mtihcu, etc. lint
ami cold water. llullt-lii sideboard,
bookcases and window seat. This ll
mi uliFoliitely new home ale! u bar
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
'Jjii, Ji'n '
it- -t Ifai.
College Posters and
We have a new line of imported
Excellent timekeepers and se
lected especially for the pleasing
tones of the striking.
The prices are moderate.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
Uvcnts have so shaped themselves
that the lssties(nro clear for the mem
bers of the Legislature who have any
uppreidutloii of wlrat u great future
Is belme this Territory and lis peo
ple. It will be a glorious and pros
perous future If the present .eghtlu
turo lu the few days remaining of lis
existence ilscs to thu occasion as
might he expected of u Leglhlatuio
made up of broad minded, honest,
feat less and patriotic iimn.
CONCERNING WATER AND EDU
CATION. ruder a now Kederal law tho Uni
ted States government Is prepared to
buy lauds for forest conservation and
pioteitlou of tho sources of navlg-
Why then should tho United Stales
Congress rcfuno to set .nsldo public
lauds now under cultivation in n man
ner Hint will nssuro tho Income be
ing used for tho conservation of the
children, In other words, for public
The U S, Department of Agricul
ture announces that It Is ready to be
gin operations looking to tho purchase
of land by tho National Forest Koser-
vntlon commission created under tho
Wecki Iav. Under this law, tho
Commissioner of Agriculture Is to ex
nnilne, locate and recommend to tho
commission for purchase, such lands
us In his Judgment limy bo necessary
for regulating the How of navlguhlo
streams. A clrculur which Is now be
ing printed will give Information to
tho public ns to whero mid what kinds
of lands nro wnliled. Owners of lands
the purchase of which will bo con
sidered are expected on the basis of
this Information to make known to
Hip forest service their deslro to sell.
Copies of thu clrculur inuy bo obtained
by applying to the Forest .Service.
Tho law la not restricted to particu
lar regions except that land will bo
bought only In tho states whoso leg
islatures luno consented to tho ac
quisition of land by the United States
for the purpose of preserving the
navigability of streams. States which
havo already taken the necessary ac
tion nro Maine, New Hampshire,
Marylmid, Virginia, West Virginia,
North Carolina, Tennessee, South
Carolina and (leorgla. Tho llrst lands
to be examined for purchase will bo
In tho Appalachian mid White nioun
tains which, because of their steep
ness, their altitude and their lack of
protection, are In n class by them
The nren which Is believed to need
protection is much larger than tho
government cull purchase. Much
difference exists, huwuver, between
different parts of tho region. Careful
examinations which havo been going
on for tho last ten years havo proved
Hint thn conditions which affect
stream How to nn extreme extent uro
to bo found lu relatively limited areas
lly careful selection, It Is believed
Hint much can be douo for the perm-
iiinent Improvement of the watershed
with the -purchase uf a relatively
small part uf tho land.
Accompanying Hie circular of tho
department Is a blank form fur the
offer of thu laud, and additional copies
of this btmik may bo had by writing
to the Forest Service at Washington.
Proposals will he received fur small
us well us largo tracts, although
small tracts can bo examined only
where the purchase of a consider
able totals uf them In the same nelgh
boiliood Is under consideration. With
regard to tho price which will bo
paid, Secretary Wllsoif Indicates that
the policy of tho commission will bo
to make the money available go as
far us possible. Ilo expects to havo
to buy cut-over lands, or lands with
Laurier and Knox Directing
Canadian Reciprocity Move
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'a tlBjHB Btil' ' Cf 'j i 1111 III LH 'IHijaHBfl.aM
r $ 3Brl !-? COPYMCHTAMER-tCA,N PRESS I I
out much merchantable timber, and
he would mnke It plain at the Start
that this class of lands will be recom
mended for purchase only when It Is
offered very cheap. ProffcrR of land
at exorbitant prices will not be con
sidered. The government hopes to sco a
great deal of public spirit manifested
by land owners. The lauds iicipilred
by tho government will be held as na
tional forests. They will bo protect
ed from lire, and the growth of tho
timber wlll.be Improved us much as
possible. Tbeso lands will not be
giimo reserves, but will continue to bo
open to tf?f public for hunting and
fishing In accordance with tho laws
of the state In which they nro situ
ated. All their resources will be
available for Hie public under reason
able conditions. Another point which
It Is wished to cniphaslzo is thnt it
Is not Intended to take from people
their hollies In order to put the lands
Into national forests.
Timbered lands may bo bought
cither with tho timber stnndlng on
them or with reservation by tho own
er of the right to cut tho timber un
der certain rules to protldc for per
petuation of tho forest. These rules
will form n purt of the agreement fur
tho purchnso of the land. Since,
however, the government can not pay
high prices, It Is not regarded u
probable that much laud bearing a
heavy stand of merchantable timber
can be bought. Culled and cut-over
lands may be bought, ns well ns land
covered with brush which Is useful
for watershed protection, burned
land, nnd nbnniloned farm land,
whether cleared or partially or whol
ly covered by young timber growth.
Good agricultural lands will not be
considered. Owners may reservo tho
right to rcinovo valuable mineral de
posits which are known to exist.
It will bo noted that the Govern
ment when buying land alms nut to
destroy or seriously hamper estab
It stands to reason thnt It will not
do this, If nil tho conditions are un
derstood, when disposing of public
i miH-w mm I
Tho Modernist movement affects
tho Anglican church us well as the
Homan. Mr. Howard, himself Kpls
copallan, says: "Shalt tho Anglican
Church suppress .Modernism by Judi
cial authority us the Human has
douo; or, If not by law, shall she lay
It un the Individual conscience that
inability to accept certain articles of
the creed and a particular concep
tion of tho church as historical is
equivalent to renunciation of Chris
tianity and denial of Christ?
Kdncated as the vast majority hnve
been to consider Christianity mid its
scholastic Interpretation as Identical,
T3rW j-f-iflTilI HlflililiJJjljLUJljil 11 nTiTrrv
modernism may well seem, In Its crit
ical nnd nntl-scliolastic altitude, a
grave danger to the Integrity of the
In a line with this spirit nro the
letters of three Kplscopal ministers
In the Cast who aro writing to a
Unitarian paper published In ftoston.
Tho following nro some of tho ox-
piosslorfs of opinion or. belief:
As n -matter of fact, tho unity of
God is tho only basis upon which all
Christians cnn iiultoj for to follow
Christ, In bis own definition of It, wns
not to acknowledge nny doctrine or
Incarnation or atonement, but to ac
cept bis revelation of the Father nnd
tokoep my commandments."
Furthermore, modern research has
demonstrated that tho community of
Christ's disciples, claiming through
all thu nges, tho title of the Church,
has been n commonwealth of
"Friends," of CongreKatloiiallsts, of
Presbyterians, and finally of Episco
palians, yes, oven Methodists
While Immersion wns undoubtedly tho
primitive nml hod of baptism, Hie
Church has been also widely, If not
wholly Unitarian In doctrine. It wns
"Athanaslus against" not tho world,
but the church In the fourth century."
Any persons Interested in Unltnrlan
work nnd writings will bo sent spec
ial publications of the Unitarian As
sociation If they will forward their
address to P. 0. M., Hox 102, Holua
Representative If. B. Itlcknrd of Ha
waii thinks Hint there nro some thlngi
about the railroads; ot Hawaii that
need llxlnif anil nccorillngly ho Intro
duced Hip fullowhiK concurrent resolu
tion this morning:
"Ho It Unsolved by tile House of
ItcprcHeiitntlws of the Territory of Ha
waii, tin- Minute coneurrliiB', Thnt It Is
thu cense of thu Sixth Legislature of
thu Territory nf Hawaii Hint nil rail
road companies operating cars for the
transportation of passengers, be nnd
the same lire hereby rumpcllcd to nn
nounee throughout nil of the cars,
whether attached to nn engine or to a
train of cars or locnnioteil singly, the
namei of the respective stopping places
or stations, prior to arriving at each
of the respective stopping" places."
Tin- resoutlim wus referred to thn Ju
diciary committee by Speaker Holsteln,
wlio occasionally waxen humorous In
Hvcry Jnpanese barrack has a gym
nasium and the Japanese soldiers rank
alining Iho Ifst gymnasts In the wnrjd,
In half n mlaiitu they cnn scale a 14
foot wall try simply bounding on each
other's shoulders, one man supporting"
two or three others.
While phklug to pieces' n pair of
corsets which she. hail worn for over a
year, a poor womnii of IIiulstoek, laig,
was surprised to liml ten fciiverelgns,
wrapped In tissue paper, neatly sltched
up III them She hail paid twopence
for the corstts ot an miction sale
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