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EVENING' DULCETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, JULY 8,-1911. .
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every-day except, Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wm.laci. R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
rtt Vlonth, anywhere In U.S ,,.. ,7H
I'tt Quarter, nwliert'n US.. 3,uo
rn Vt, tirtieielnUS H.oo
Cm Vpm fponatil, luretnii I3.
r-a i Lidltorltil Rooms,
-'"! Business Offlee,
Mm; ii Mini; of linlMiiu, laughing-
stocks iiml crunks!
The inure Hit- arc (lit- mtrrlcr, cumr
mill Join Hit- milks!
Life Is dry mul stupid j whoop her up
Jioiikejs Hit- In (liner; lira) mul
throw a III!
II wbh a Chicago paper tliut discov
ered u "Young Woman's Y. M C. A."
Never fear but tliat tiu will lirar
nil abput It If Jim hail a frldiil at the
Cannillan reciprocity bun lo tliruad
lit) wny In ami out among ;lt falls
made by master hands.
Ihey must have old-r.ishloiicd
Juries In Indiana A Tort Wayne mini
vau convicted of bribing the cblef of
Among others I bo senate commit
tee Investigating tlio Ijoritner case
will bear from persons with poor
Mcirnwhlld the bouse or Jnrd's
wishes Hint Hie government would
crown It instead of throwing brickb
111 Its directinii
The gobs of sllonce that Oin Site
Shifters bao thrown out to tiin pub
lic the lust Tew weeks are far more
Impressive,, than that petition at llc
rents a nuiui i it '
The focVald II O llavetricyor Tor
forming the National Sugar Kenning
Company ; a block of slock worth
$10,fln0,000 Hut stock-company for
mation was then only in its Infancy.
1-onilon I-incct hns discovered ti
plant Hint mosquitoes detest. The
pest does not trouble those who smell
strongly of gallic. Then comes tbo
question of which Is more to bo de
sired. I'carl Harbor work is driving right
abend. Why should Honolulu hesi
tate even during the summer months
In tbo great work of preparation neci
oisary to placo this city In condition
to meet the responsibilities of the
new harbor and the now canal.
That New York hill calling for
signed edlloiiuls In all tlio newspa
pers of Now York should be supple
mented by one requiring that each
newspaper Item shall bo accompanied
by nn affidavit 'as to who furnished
Through "line berlco from Nutiami
to Kuliuukl strengthens the position
of Alnkea street as Iho live business
Btrcet of bigger and better Hono
lulu. Four coiners will no longer
contain the center or Honolulu's bus
From tbo interstate commerco com
inlEsinn comes the surprising Infor
mation that 'JU.uOO.OOtt gallons of
liquors annually Is shipped Into pto
liibltlou states, mainly from mull ord
er bouses. Do people of theso states
take correspondence courses in ac
Oompcrs while rising In defense of
tbo l,os Angeles dynamiters didn't
full to get in a whack lit tlio man who
wanted to send him to Jail. No ono
"You nro a psychologist, aren't form to get that, didn't they?"
...... Patient Oh. Doctor, my wlto has
,,,',, , - .suddenly lost tho power or speech.
, Well, then, perhaps you can toll Bll0 ,.un.t llll(,r wor(1,
mo where your lap goes to when you) Doctor -Well, why do you eoiiio In
up.."-" t mo? Aren't jtw" satisfied to lot woll
"I understand Klnstoln has been op- '
rrnteil on for appendicitis." "Why 'doesn't jour wlfo sing to tho
"Yea, htilt it's the first time any ono 'baby when It ciles?"
was ovor known to get anything out! "Wo'vo found out that tbo nelch-
"Well, they had lo glvn him ohlnrn-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
ttl SI Montal , 0 .Ao
Ttr Vest, ttywhoe In U.S I.oo
Pel Year snjrwherf n Cansds. I.RO
Pel Vear loatpaid. lotlltn 3. on
entered at lot Pottofhcc at Honolulu
m teioml-rliMi milter
...JULY 8, 1911
Cows and Hogs and Men.
Ily Piesldent Taft.
Wo hnvo an agricultural depart
ment, mul we are spending JH.OOO,
000 or $Hi,U0O,UOO a year to tell the
farmers by the lesults of our re-'
search how they ought to treat tlio
soil and how they ought to treat Iho
hogs and how they ought to treat the
caltlo and the horses, with a view lo
having good hogs and good entile and
good horses. There Is' nothing )n the
constitution especially about bogs nr
cattlo or horses, and If oirt-or the pub
lic treasury at Washington wo can es
tablish a department tor that purpose
It does not seem to be u long step
or a stretch or logic to say that wo
hao the power to spend the money
In a bureau or research to teH how
we can develop good men nnd good
women. Koine or our enthusiastic
conservators or national resources
hao calculated how much tbo lite
or each mini nnd each woman; In the
community Is worth to that commu
nity. I do not think it necessary to
resort to that financial calculation In
order to Justify tlio saving of human
life, such as can be accomplished by
the results of research nnd advice
that will proceed rrom a properly es
tablished bureau of health.
will blame him for being n bit angry
but (what the Washington Justlca did
ought not lo have any connection with
the wholesale murder at Lot Angolos.
IT everybody could borrow money
at tbo Government rate of 3 per cent
on tecurltles selling above par, and
If Investors generally were i.atislled
with that return on their capital, wo
should lrear less about the high cost
City and County Supervisors can't
satisfy the demands of their positions
by evading responsibilities. As man
agers ot tlio city's business they
should show the peoplu tbo way
through. Then It Is up to the peoplo
to assert themselves
Hawaii continues to run ahead ot
nil customs districts ot the same size
as a source or revenue for the Fed
eral government The Territory has not
only paid its own way many times
over but it turns In enough money to
satisfy all tlio demands that develop
ment fur national defense have made
upon tbo treasury
It can't bo for lack of good mon
capable or filling tlio office of Gov
ernor that tlio Delegato falls to sug
gest who should succeed tho present
Incumbent. Dow-sett has been gener
ally mentioned. There Is H. M. von
Holt, who could llll tho bill H bo
chose, and wo mo Inclined to believe
ho might have Iho support of Gover
nor Frcur himself.
As tbo public views tho question, It
is ot mighty little importance wheth
er tho Oahu Holt Itoad Commission
waited for tho return of Superinten
dent Campbell or not. To stop and
quibblo over tho mutter Is mighty
small potatoes and fow in thu bill.
What tho peoplo want Is action,
piogress, work, and less talk Work
Is what tbo members or tho commis
sion hnvo started out to do. If they
did not do thu necessary kowtowing
or give othor evidences or flunky-
"I'bors would rather listen In Iho baby."
From our Kales 1.1st we have taken
the following us otTerlng exceptional
value nt the prices named;
HOMES for SALE
$ 900 l'al.utia
11300 Kunkllil ltd. .,
$1300 Makee Island .
Ili&O l'nlolo, acres.
KOOO I'nlnlti, 2 ncres,
J270O Hindi St
t.1200 Luuallln St ...
J330O Kalmiikl ,
$31100 Young St . . .
tilliOO Piiuntil Ave. .
$1000 YntlliK St ...
tlif.u Maklkl St ..
v ?.tv: .on i
Near Wylllo St....30pcrinontb
Maklkl District. . . ,7S per month .
Upper Fort St., ono
block from Nun- " "
unu car K0 per month
All very tleilrablo residences
nnd completely furnished.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel Street -i-i
A .Crate of Six Selected Plnei or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leuvo your order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(Willi Velts, Fargo Express Company)
duoillelsmS, nn ono worth whllo
cares. That's for the flunkydoodles.
Itonds Is what tbo people request, nnd
roads they will have from the licit
WHAT AMUSEMENTS ARE PROPER.
, What niniibcments are right? Is a
question that worried members or tho
churches muro fifty years ago than
It docs today. I'coplo do not tako
their nmusements less seriously but
with n larger measure of common
semto. Kven (ho discussion Is not so
frequent and Is far less heated than
n fow yclii "s ago. """ """ " - - -
Nevertliolesiijthorejcoiitliiues tir bo
mutiicl, ,tlffitrArt..A nf.f.nlnl.ifi in ..IVo1
. ......n. ....... .....v.. ... ", ... n.
LAND OF PUUPUEO
Since vwe began telling lots in this land we have learned a
thing or twoi
FirstThat the real demand Is for medium-size house lots)
and In accordance with our suggestion tho owner has subdivided
the two large lots into twelve smaller ones, containing rrom 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet Still good-sized lots!
Second That the lots in this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? Because tho lots nro not remnants nor
undesirables left over afttr the pick, but are the real choice, lo
cations. This is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let us
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETI HONOLULU, T. H.
. . ,6-roont
AT CATALOG PRICES
wn.i. m:ciivi: sinrs1 mmssaoks
UP TO 1XI3VKN O'CLOCK UYKRY
Interest lo a declaration on the sub
ject by The Continent) "A national
1'ieshytorlan Journal to ncrvo the
kingdom of God." '!'
In Iho most lerent Issue, this Jour
nal mnkes tho amusement qilestlon
the tpplc of its leading editorial, stal
ing by way of Introduction tliat "for
plain averago Christians young folks
especially tlicro Is ten times nuiio
purzle and anniijancp hero than In
any problem of tiicolpgy.','
It la. remarked wjth,. n good, bonse
thut gives cliaracter,to t(o whole, art
icle that "Mcro 'danger' labels don't
answer. Young folks and other
folks too arc alvynys bothering
around to know why these things uro
dangerous If thoy really nro."
After tlovotlng a full page In u very
Intelligent discussion tho official or
gan of tho l'rcsbjterlan church winds
up with this sentence; "No, tho ques
tion Is no nearer nnsvvcrcd than vvlicii
vve began; it Is simply up to you to
answer It for yourself."
We cannot fall lo congratulate, tho
editor on his conclusion. It Is what
the people will do nfler all, and lo
throw every man on his or her own
osponslhllity, promotes Independent
thought Instead of becoming ridicul
ous by striving lo fix a standard that
will fit nil persons nnd nil aniline
uionts for all nges, and under nil con-i
IIHoii3. Wo also commend another
sentiment expressed us follows: "Thei
onljr way that n man can mako him
self worth tho room that ho takes up
In tho world Is by furnishing to the,
Lord's use n man's weight behind the
purposes Hint tho lird has set nut
I woub-mv Mill I
A' lirtirtilifent Unitarian1 'hilnlstcr or
ilo'ston a peak lug or a VIMl lo his
honfb (own, snvs:
"A't, Mlic'church In "Westminister
rrom 'which thlrty-lbn) years ago ha
broke uwd'y'to Join tho 'Unitarian
ranks, while on a recent visit to tho
place ho w'as cordially received by
the various families once of his
charge, nnd, remaining over Sundny
and pleaching nt tho Universalis!
Church In Iho afternoon, his audi-
ince was hugely made tip or mem
bers nnd ilescendnnls or his ftirnier
congregation; nnd In tho evening bo
was Invited by tho rector ot Ills old
church to address n special meeting
or tho young people."
Truly Iho world Is growing wiser
and kindlier, nnd what has been said
or truth Is truo; TUB TUUTII
SHALL MAKK YOU KIIKB!
In sumo pleasant reminiscences "f
former mlnlslcilnl activities, Rev. E.
S, Cross says:
"In, my early days before cnlorlng
Iho Episcopal ministry. I made It n
point In hear nt least once tho cul
tured and eloquent Unitarian preach
ei s vvllh whom Iloslon abounded. It
was chiefly at that period Uiat t lis
tened lo Starr King, E. E. Halo, E. S
Gannett, .lames Freeman Clarke, Dr
Dai Ud. Holier! Collvor. Dr. 'Putnam.
Geo. 1 Cheney, Henry Fobte, Y. It,
Alger, nr. iicugo, minis liiiis,. Air.
Ware, Dr. Itobblns, Dr. Savage, Rob
ert I.alrd Collier Ralph Walso Emer
son nnd Edward Everett. I heard Mr.
Alger of llullflnch place, his sermon
was nn nrrlgnmcnt, forceful, dignified
and sublime, or Iho orthodox system
or Iho chinches, Catholic and I'm
testanl, In which bo not only admit
ted, but vldlly emphasized the pow
erful dranintlc nnd emotional attrac
tion or (hat doctrinal system."
ltcv. William Orne White riilhcr of
Hie well known author, Eliza Orne
White, mid tor many years minister
or a Unitarian church In Mnss., dic.l
ut big homo In Cambridge on tho 17th
of last mouth, nt the ago or ninety
"I was told, If jnii believe, you aio
unveil. I tried to believe but all In
vain At last I came lo n. conclusion.
My Idea wits tills: If I urn saved. I
must have inirc character; If 1 havo
It not, I am not saved.
In other words; by building tip my
character better nnd nobler, I am
saved. This is not dono suddenly
but by gradual training. To do so
therefore, I must Imitate a greater
character and follow his steps; then I
need Jesus us well as all other great
teachers. This Is salvation by char
acter, hut not by faith. For this pur
pose .lestis Is ono of tbo greatest tea
chers and leaders, hut not n fnntas
tic dlvlno person.
Later, I found I was n Unitarian,
but I did not know that there was
such it thought as mine at that lime
and did not rend nny of Emerson's
or Chnunlng's works. I read Iho Dlblo
over and over again and (bought on
Tho Ulblo taught mo my Unitarian-
Ism." Snkyo Kanda, In "Tho Open
In the New- Methodi3t Hymnal, In
comparing tho hymns, iljajlug, oMrh,
"Ktcritltyf ' lOiniioso-!fo.ir6nhto'Mr-tlmdlst
hymn-books, tho conclusion 's
foiced upon nx that Ihe compilers of
Hie now hymnal do not etumfder Ucm-
judves such experts In cclpsllal ami
Internal geography both lihysjcal and
political as wero their piedcccssors.
It Is pleasing' a'nd sugge'sllvo'to note
that tho word "hell" Is slowly ills
appearing from Christian hymns. Tho
inevitable ethical development is up
setting theological Infallibility, Uni
tarian hymn writers mo well icpro
sented. 8. Johnson, F. I,. Ilosmer and
J. P. Hopps aio among Ihoso now nr
coided n place. HoBiucr's "O Thou
In all thy Might so Fair" nnd Ills "I
l.ltllo Hco, I Ultlo Know" Indicate
Hint our Methodist friends hnvo mado
a fair beginning towards adopting the
richest treasures of our hymnology:
they nlready had Holmo's "O Ixivo
Dlvlno," Ilowrlngs' "God Is Lovo,"
Mrs. Adam's "Nearer My God to
Thco" nnd Longfellow's "Again as
Evonlng's Shadow Fulls." Hov. Clins
A fow mon I lis ago tho mlnlstor of
tbo Taunton (Mabs.) Unitarian
church was asked hy tbo pastor of
tho Wqstvillo Orthodox Congregalioi;
nl church to exchange'. liultiltH. which
was urTpptotl ami took place, to the
great ballHfar.tlon of both churches
Tho llnptlst, Mclhodlnt and Con
gtegallonal chinches of Dorrhoslcr,
Mass , nro conducting special sorvlcen
(to tal.o Iho place, no doubt or old
rationed revivals) In conjunction
with tho Unitarian church or that
place. Their stibJoclB for sovcral
SimilayB aio; "What Is llollglon?"
"A llollglon of Fiecdom Not of Con
funnily," "A llollglon or Ttutli Not
of Tradition;" "A Religion or Ra
tional Fnlth Not of Irrational Hupor
Hlltlon;" "A Religion or l.lfo Not of
Qrecd." What a sign of Hie religions
limes this Is?
The Son of Ood.
You nro the son of Ood. When you
nddress Him lis Fnllicr," It Is not In
any figurative sense. It Is the ex
pression of n fact. II expresses Iho
greatest fnct of your Hie nnd cxierl
cnee. You nrp not n fallen sln-sollcd
creature, dependent ujon Iho favor of
Iho Creator for admission Inlo Iho
circle of the snved. You nro a child
of Ood, heir to Iho highest, nnd linv
Ing claim to the wealth of (he In
finite. What most yon need lo do Is to
nRsert your right. Put. forth your
imvver. Rlsn lo tho full height of your
dlvlno stature. As the roynl child or
God nsplrc, nssert, achieve!
The Religion of Jesus.
The religion of Jesus Is summed up
In lovo of God nnd man. The grandest
word Is, love. Tho rblefest duty Is
love. The highest law Is lovo. Tbo
most vital principle) Is lov'p. Tho dlv
Incst thing Is love. T.ovp Is Iho at-
tenco nnd Ibo essential. Thou let us
hnvo done with our paltrv slriro over
dogmas nnd divisions. Tho heart or
tho Christian religion Is love, and
only he who loves can possibly under
stand Hie message or help fulfill the
mission of Jesus of Nazareth. If you
do not lovo your fellows, you havo
never renllv learned Iho chief lesson
of Ihe Chrlstlnn religion.
(Continued from Page 1)
Mr. C. II. Pierce Is nlready In
charge of tho work In tho Island of
Mr. Martin will supervise Ihe work
In the entire group In general and In
oahu In particular. Ills headquarters
will bo In the basement or tho Exe
cutive Ilitlldlng, whero nn offlee Is be
ing fitted up. Alter tbo first of August
ho expects (o be In tho office most
of the tlmo making preparations to
get out a report at the end of the yenr
of tho work accomplished up to Hint
lime. This report will ho published by
tho United States Geological Survey
as ono of Iho series or regular Water
Supply Papers published by tho Sur
vey. It will ho n public document
available lo nil for tho asking.
Mr. Martin Is very desirous or get
ting Iho two new men Into tho field
at tho earliest prnctlcnblo moment
Ulion their ttrrlvnl noxt Tuesday he
will he confronted with tho difficult
problem of visiting two Islands ut op
posite extremities of the compass at
Iho same time In order to familiarize
Iho new men with their respective
Holds. This Is a good Illustration of
the difficulties confronting nny ono
person who has to look nfter details
in the several Islands of tbo group,
us has been tho case with tho district
engineer In Ihe past, but which Is now
happily on Iho evo of being changed
hv Ibo coming of experienced nsslst-
nnts, who will lake chargo of the dif
ferent local units.
AT OPERA HOUSE
(Continued from Page 1)
the utmost Interest,
Among the speakers will be George
It. Carter. O W Smith, Robert Cation
Dr Herbert, Cunnn Usbcirne. F. M,
Svvanry. James Wakellcld, A. F. Grif
fiths mid T. Cllvo Davie.
A splendid program has been com
piled, and all who attend will receive
It Is stutccl that this treaty resolu
tion Is tho most Importunt event In
JtliB history of tho, United Hutes since
llie Civil War
Everybody Is Invited lo attend to
mm row evening Tbo opera houso will
bo open at 7: 45 p. m.
Following Is the program In skeleton
Chairman Hon. W. O. Smith.
Prelude American mid British Mel
odies Hawaiian Orchestra
Doxology dill standing)
Praise God from whom all blessings
J'ralso 1 litis nil creatures hero
Pralso 1 1 lin above, ye Heavenly Host;
Praise Father, Son mid Holy Ghost.
Prner (all seated)
..tit. Hev. Henry lloml Restarlck,
Plslinp of Honolulu
Dr. Doreinus Scuddcr
Introductory Remarks ..,
Hon. W. O. Smith
Presentation of the Herniation
Hymn O God, Our Help (nil standing)
Seconding of tbo Resolution
T Cllvo Duvlcs
Adoption of tbo Itetolutlon
Hymn of reacn (tunc America; all
Tlw Audience standing anil singing
The Star Spangled Runner
Goil Save tho King
Auld Ijiiik Syne
Ileneilletlon (all standing)
..lit. Rev. H'nry Rond Restarlck,
Itlsliop ot Honolulu
At thu commencement exercises lit
Wells College at Auroro, N. Y., tho
new Frances Folsom Clovehind li
brary, given by Andrew Carneglo In
honor of tho widow of tlio lato Presi
dent Cloveland, was dedicated.
Edward H. Johnson, a widely known
Inventor of rnllmad appliances, died
nt his homo In Philadelphia recently.
Ho was soventy-nluo years old.
The handsome volume or Wlio's
Who, ror 1011-1912, Issued In Now
York this month, goes lo nil parts of
the world nnd Into nearly every col
lego library nnd university whero tho
English language Is spoken. It Is
probably tbo only work of Its kind
found In nil the principal college-),
like Oxford, llnrvnrd, Yale, Prlnctou,
Chicago nnd McGlll, ns well as in tho
smnllcr Institutions, which Is regard
ed as nn official publication.
Tho reason Is plain, however.
Many or Ibo Who's Who publica
tions nrc limited In their Bcopo thai
is, they Includo Eiigllsh only, or Cana
dians or Americans.
The Macmlllan's Who's Who, whllo
It Is supposed to Include Americans,
gives only n row, like President TaR,
tho members or his cabinet, nnd some
men or extraordinary reputation llko
Roosevelt, Mark Twain, etc. All oth
ers, oven men of International reputa
tion ns scientists, novelists, theolo
gians and statesmen, are excluded.
Rut the official class, the arlstocracj,
nro given In full, whether their mout
hers havo nchlovcd greatness or not.
Such a work Is practically useless
as n book of reference or ns n di
rectory of notable men, regardless of
rnre. As n matter of historical rcrcr
ence, ror Instance, the name or S. It.
Dole would be In nil ndcqtinto books
or the sort; his name Is not to ho
found In Macmlllan's Who's WJio.
The Chicago publication Is better
In this respect, hut has laid Itself
upon to thu chargo Hint lis spaco Is
purchasable. There nro many names
of persons In It who hnvo achieved
nothing nnd nro known only locally,
whllo others, who would or could not
pay a fee, although w'cll known, oven
Internationally, nro not "In It." Such
n book Is not n general directory, but
a very sjicclal list of names of men
nnd women who have n right to bo
called "notable." Whether they are
really grenl or not Is Irrelevant; It
Is not whnt they nrc. but what thoy
nro thought to be by the majority nt
thpso who know them In other
words, It Is their reputation which
makes them "eligible."
Ot courEo, in nil these books tho
names ot men like Tart, Roosevelt,
etc., nro found; they Uicnisclvcs could
not prevent this. Their names nre
Tho International Who's Who tins
Included only the names of men and
women who by virtue of their ability
hnvo nchluved n rppututlon deserving
In be called International. Such per
sons must bo known at home nnd
abroad, nnd their rcrognized reputa
tion must ho great enough to mnko
tho omission of their unmes In this
work a catiso for,,complalut on tho
p.nl of subscribers.
To bo cllglhlo Iho person must bo
known to a largo proportion of tho
other cllglhlcs or tho book. No fees
are accepted ns n brlho for tho In
sertion of names; n rigid scrutiny nnd
Investigation Is mado of nil' names
to bo Included; recommendations
must bo mndo by some iierson whoso
name Is nlready nccoptcd, and aRor
all theso measures nro tnken tho com
mittee acts with tho greatest enro In
Ibo final selection.
There Is, ot course, no moral or
character e.uallflcatloii. This book is
not n chinch list, hut a directory or
prominent men of all countries. It is
strictly a business proposition. In it
wculd bo found the nnmes or Oscar
Wllilo or Charlolto Corday. hecauso
it great many persons in their dally
reference would want to know about
The ninny testimonials and largo
sales show how this work meets tho
need for n conservative, fair and ade
quate Who's Who.
Iluchelors' degrees wero conferred
upon 130 young women nt the 78th
animal commencement of Mount Hol
Eighty-two cadets wero graduated
from thu West Point Military Acad
emy, us stH-und Untenants In tbo United
Many diamonds have been lost
by neglecting to havo worn-out
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Our prices for reclawlng nnd
remounting nro qulto moderate,
Ihn service prompt, und tho
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