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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, AUO. 11, 1911.
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DAILY nnd 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.
W a mack R. Fakkinoi'on, - Ini ior
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
HVUMMl IIUI.I HI IN WIIIJKI.V Hill. 1. II I IIS
in Mm, III ti?wlielu OS .711 Tn TAX Montno a .
I'l-rCjimilrl anyvhrl.tiillS ,,.. 3.CK Per Yd, .nywhrlt lu U S . l.oo
InVmt iivhrtelnUS H.lul Pn Mm uywlirf n ( imiIi I.Hti
f" Vl l"ll. J'"li IntMlll 13. (Ml P Vff twlpM Inliun . , 3. (Ml
npl I biclitorlal Rooms,
Hm Tho surest way to get a
vice mi anu overtiow the place
Thanks to the Washington service of the B u I le t i n, the
people of Hawaii need not longer remain awake nights
thinking over what will' happen to the islands when the Dill
ingham immigration bill passes.
There is of course no telling what Congress will do to this
measure. It may refuse to except Hawaii from the educa
tional test for immigrants, or it may refuse to pass any ed
ucational test for the country at large.
The specially gratifying detail of the bill prepared by the
Immigration Commission is that, after having studied the lo
cal situation most thoroughly, the commission decided Ha
waii's development is not sufficiently advanced ns regards
immigration to bring this Territory under the same rule as
Full details of the bill will not be known till the mail ar
rives, but from what informat'on has been obtained through
the Bulletin's news service, it is clear that Hawaii will
have a full hearing and its obvious needs will be recognized.
Xeur mini! who wins. It will bo
Ki it lmlo
Hero Is whein l'ollttz gets another
lulu us .1 piophot.
n'u Inner Hiiirar ro.ul that Ins no
$& turn tuvvuid higher prices for Ha
Six cent sugir would ho .'II right
In mi) other '.u tlnm tint In which
tlie tnirf I? miiUr discussion
The malnlniiil flics have set iik rlKlil.
(iii mi, chllil The ltlilletln net
j mi rl,ht on tho arbitration treaties
li week ago
fiet Iho liulilt of winking tor Mono
lulu n jour liniiio town. Iimlciul of
trlng In iim! tli' plueti lis u boarding
limiiio when! most anything goes.
"Look out" shoutB somo ono whon
n higher sugar quotation comes
along Anil most otirjonu ilucks for
four something 1 going to happen.
' I'coplo of tho mnliiliinil urn now
illicusslug How they shall build up
tho American merchant marine not
win tint' It shall be built up
nububly someone will speak up In
Cuugiess am! unnnunci) that tho
wiuthct In i:uioio that Is raising the
price of sugar all ionics from the
Anything nth ring In prei.iratlons
for nceplloii of M'HkoIk that will lome
through tho I'auiiina mini! Insliln of
twent) moiitlis? Is Honolulu waiting
i foi another county to bo hi ill d from?
Siuutorlal prerogatives may be
vleuul with more Intelligence after
tho SoimIoih luiM) n season of an1
Boclatloii with tho folks it home ami
rt tut li to their ilutles In. tho coot of
Wo proHiunn that Congress will un
derstand that tho schools of Hawaii
aV) caiiahlo of teaching tho linml
i;iiintH all tho uluuitloti they -will re
ipiliu tn pass as llrst-cltiss American
Ho Do you cior read history?
Klin A llttlo.
lit Woll, I read onto that woman
riiiiui fiom tho lib of uinu, nnd I'n ,
had a pain In my nhlo mur hIiicu 1
111 st saw )ou
'They tell mo you nro a coinpnsei.
Von must bo n good spontlcr. 1 sup
pose eii)body knows tlio rolor of
entfTret ftt th Pofttoflict at Honoialu
M KrtnmllA.9 mtllrr
AUGUST 11, 1911
lamer place is to make om ser
we oaupy. -josian btiong.
Don't worry nhoiit how tho I'unn
liou llru occurred The authorities
will cuie for that. Your clutj Is to
rentier what assistance jou can for
Ihu new buildings Willi tlio ucccnt
on tlio n. .
(J lie the road outfit n week to com
plete Us organization ami get In
working trim Then If tho work Is
not tloiie properly there will ho ev-
ery cause In send out delegations to
It arn the leason why
It will be well to stick tn facts
when discussing the coastwise ship
ping law 1 hu silo shifting cam
pilgn should hao taught tho town
1 1 ii t propositions are html to put
through at Washington by tho film
If two months ago a Honolulu man
had ifpeutcd to himself "Sugar will
be higher and no tin Iff rolslon," un
til ho was conduced, and then let
nature and bis money take Its course,
ho would now be numbered among
Ihn United Order of Wise (Juys with
money In the bank.
This medical lectuicr who Is com
ing to the city Is Just the sort of
missionary Honolulu needs at the
present lime. Ills theme Is provent
lui medicine. Trout the municipal
standpoint, that means spending
money for sanitation hcfoie some epi
demic disease gets a hold.
Yesterday they discussed cutting
out the salaries of tho Monetary
Commission, Today Senator Ualley
of Texas icslgns. Should tho (io-ci-
nnr of Texas tell him that the salary
cutting business was all side play ho
might possibly change his mind again.
'I Ills Is tho lulslcst summer Hono
lulu has ever known It should bo
accepted as a warning to prep ire for
u buslur fall and winter. Also bear
In mini! that business will bu brought
up with a ruund turn, lr tlio town Is
not kept so clean us to make It rea
sonably bate fiom pint quarantine.
Oeorgo W Smith's letter to the
Merchants' Association seconds the
motion that Is nuilo from d ty to day
"Yes. a sott of Invisible green"
"Has tho man you m irrled matin a
' ' "No, ho inertly furnished tlio m.i-
lrtal for a good husband I did tliu
"Hallo, lllll, wlio 1110 you working
foi now ?"
A wlfo nml lh
Seven-room modern bunnnlowj al
., ' most new, very attractive. , Two well,
planted lots. Near carllne.''--
On Gulick Ave.
Price Is $2200. Terms can be made
easy if fesired. '
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
F YOU have any attractive
Invetlmenl In view ana
require (untie to enable
. you to take it up, call
and tee ui. We may be
able to help you.
Wo have money to loan on
Sugar Stockt or Real Estate.
We buy nnd tell Stocks and
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of Six Selected Plnei or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply lciio your order wo do Jlie
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wtlls, Cargo Kxpruss Company)
In these columns. Kvury piogresslvo
iltbcii of Honolulu rc.ill7cH that this
community Is right mi tliu border If
not In tlio midst of big cents They
should not urrl'u mid Hud the whole
town napping, or snarling ami whin
ing, with nothing done.
The arbitration tie.itles nro not re
colling the amount of hurrah that
charuottulod theli Introduction, since
the caicfully worded niiceptlon con
tained theieln has become public
property, it says "nothing Is to bo
remitted to arbitrators wheh In the
Judgment of either part luoles Its
national honor or Integrity." Utit'now
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for Cooking.
BR TWICE FORTUNATE.and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
8EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
The office liourt of the ,
are from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p.'m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
a' phenomenal wao of sentiment on
both sides tho Atlantic calls for
li-caHen without i xc mptlon treaties
uut-uulHlcdly pledging goiernmcuts to
arbitrate ovcry suit of difference
i WOl-K-l-MV HUM
Al present, and slnco 1830, coni Iclo
religious" freedom rules in tho Swiss
Itepiibtlc. Nu doctrinal subscription Is
demanded of cither pastors or I eoplu
'Hie use of liturgies Is optional One
half of the Swiss Protestant ministers
and laity nro on n Unitarian b-irls.
Tho only exception Is tho Jesuit, who
Is foi hidden tho count rj, not hic.iu.'o
of his ciced, but because, lifter bitter
oxporli uccs, tlm Swiss bellein him to
bo tho foinonter of clUl strife, tho soul
of liitoleianco and tho cnum of Re
public in lllieitles C. W. Woiiilte.
Tho following Isfiom a long report
about Atlanta churches: 'Tho rapid
Ineream of tlio Unitarian Church In
Atlanta under Ilov. Mooro Sanborn has
foi ceil them tn sccuro a larger audl
toilum. As tho witter looked upon tho
tea of faces nt tho Oram) Oporahouso
Suud.1), ho was partlculnily struck
with tho character of tho audience
Many wero business and piofesslnunl
men who had long ago left off chinch
attendnnco. Many wore young men
who IlsUmed with Iho closest atten-
Hon to the, eloquent words of tlm
Religion Is n growth and an ex
pansive force, ns well as a relation to
God and nn attitude towards life.
It requires ONer fresh Impulses and
a constimt sense of newness and vital
Interest, To iiBe a common word,
theio Is nothing that becomes slnlo
Sooner than a certain sense of ploslty
Insed on habit and' cotn'entlon. To
use forms of words without thinking
or caring what thoy mean, to use cus
toms nud ceremonials, mice perhaps
full of significance hut now obsotolo
mero mummy ense-a of old faiths, Is
much like tint Imitation of mourning
ono sees In the Kant, pel formed by
hired wallers Register.
Athens was great only In democracy.
Through that nlono must wo conio to
be great. This Is tho onmarch of hls
tor. Wo must go 'forth to the people,
tell them wo believe In fraternity and
that society Is based on It. This Is
tho ont Christian attitude, This, then
l our wnrjt. Wo aro In n transition
stngo. When wo tmo solved this un
rest, then rhnll America he truly great
Henry Ocorge Jr.
Augustine- nlrrell, M. P., a promi
nent Unitarian, was the strongest op
ponent of tho IMucatlon Hill in Eng
land. Tn his "History of Modern England"
(MacMllHn), Mr. l-tnl, who Is n
churchman, under "Parties In the
Church of England" and "Church and
"In regard to the pother raised over
Dr. Vance Smith's participation In tho
communion service- In Wostmlnstor
Abbey administered by Dean 8tanley
no suspicion of the fact that nlnotr
llhernls out of a hundred regarded
Dean Stanloy's conduct ns essentially
libera! and Christian In (ho highest
sense appears to hno visited the re
motest corner of Mr. Cllndstono's
Of the proposal to modify tho Atha
nnsian Creed, Mr. Paul sas:
"Tho ilnnmntnry or minatory clauses
are. In truth, tho most Inlelllglhlp part
of tho creeds and It Is fntllo to ox-
plain their array."
Tho lllshop of Carllslo'n dofenso of
Mr. lllrrell's attitude on tho Educa
tion Hill has naturally caused him to
bo crltlclred. "Tho only hope of n
duly national church," ho says, "lies
In tho reduction of dogmas within
prlinltho limits nnd nn enlargement
of catholicity to the farthest cvnn
What nn onward swell a tremen
dous nnd popular movement which
nothing In tho world ran rcslst-rto
wards simpler woishlp, tho cllmlna
tlmi of conventional worship, a cutting
out of ritual and the establishment of
nn "imllierled religious" service!
Catholicism has lost its hold upon
tho age, and nil forms which nro ob
scored by ritualistic ceremonies nro
slowly dying out. What clso could
happen In nu ago of reason nnd tiuo
A True Lent.
Is this n fast, to keep
Tho lnrdor lean,
From fnt of veals and sheep?
Is It to null the dish
Of llcsh, et still
Tho platter high with fish?
Nn! Tls a fast to dolo
Thy hhonf of wheat
Unto the hungry sonl.
To show a heart grief-rent
To Btaryo thy sin,
The electrlo process of
treating, all milk received
at our depot makes poisl.
ble the delivery of an ab
solutely pure, healthy milk.
Besides the precaution of
electrically treating the
milk, we maintain perfect
sanitary conditions In our
daries, and our herds are
regularly inspected by the
And Hint's to keep thy Lent.
A PRODUCT OF
(lly K. H. (iOHIllH.T.Mr. II.)
It Is the fashion, and which In nc-
cord wllh certain,' lutftHo-lio-undor-stood
"sciences," to bdlde tho re
mote, to accept the Impiobablo rath
er than the probable.
If wo are to deny the existence of
what we see and feel; If wo must
call n bioken teg n morbid thought,
why not bcIleo that all which np
penls to our rens'on Is false j that
what Is, isn't, nnd that what Isn't,
most certainly Is.
With such a philosophy we may
confront the Sphinx.
If we only knew it, at morning It
Is night; tho shadows of night nro
but tho effulgence of day; cheeso Is
bread, bread Is gold, and gold Is sli
ver, of course.
We are nothing but whirls of nlr:
soma atoms are dancing a wnlzt nnd
look Ilka men; some aro dancing a
gallop and look Ilka flowers; wo aro
nil n mad, ecstatic cyclono of nothing
ness. We aie we, nnd the universe
Is you, and everything Is us. There
Is not such u thing as n pain or an
ache, and the old maid who thinks
she has u pain Is one with the mar
ried woman who thinks she has it
baby; and tho man who gets up In
the night to minister to a colicky
child, nurses u delusion. Tho hus
band of a Christian Scientist teacher
lately married, who did not believe
In doctors or sickness, called upon a
phjslcluu one cold, stormy night In
January. He was In a great hurry!
'What Is tho matter!" asked tho
doctor, sticking his nightcap out at
'Oh," said tho man In nn anxious
tone, "my wlfo Is ,cry sldk, und wants
you to come nt onto."
"She sick?" answered the doctor, In
surprise; "why man, bIio has turned
half this- town Into the belief that
there Is not such a thing as piln."
"Mut It's different now," replied the
man. "Wo re that Is, ou know
well, she's going, or rather sho ex
pectswe've been calculating for
some time jo have u ba-bab-a, ts,
u child a boy or a girl. It's, It will
be our first or would bo, and we
thought you hotter bo around."
"Woll. my dear man," said the doc
tor, "tell your wlfo that 1 urn Borry
she has so far forgotten her calling
ns to gle lu to the sin of a fancied
pain or two. These twinges which
come with such clock-like regularity
are nothing but tho timed temptn
tlons of SnUin. Tell her that thero Is
no such thing as pain ;that sho
Isn't a woman but the ghost of Euri
pides; that sho Isn't ecn married.
Tell lior that I am not a doctor, nnd
never was, and that this Is ono of the
Im idlest nights lu Juno. Good night,
Sir." Medical Practitioner.
"Wish I'd written this Instead ol
you, Doc." Mark Twuln.
Tletreiiihmcnt Ik n slopcnn now sound
ed tn municipal halls that may spell
the doom of the "tllngo blacksmith"
who h is bten (msNtlnK In shoeing tho
leil of plodding mules owned bj the
city nnd tountv of Honolulu
Ilrctrencliinent Is a matter that may
also convert one or mnro .Htnbleuitn
Into professional hurne-ssmnkcrs. there
by adding to tbllr duties.
Itctri mhincnt, It Is declaied, will
mean tlm merging of two munlclpnl
t-tables, with one purchase of feed for
nil the til) erpilncs quartered there.
Tlm clt) dithers met tocether Inton
lerence, nnd as n result of their delib
erations it wns decldid that tho road
and garbage departmint stnhlcs bo- In
corporated Into one, Tho garbigo end
of tho inunlclpil machine will eontlnuo
to use the regulation number of miilis
and horses The plan proposed, and
which will undoubtedly be tarried out,
tends tovurds n centralization of re
(oiiicoh und equipment
. That blncksmlthlng bill of JGG, ocr
tvhleli Supervisor Low made conslder
(ililn u no i r, li now said to hae cov
cied n period of three months Instead
of tho expense for one month's horse
shoeing. Tho city hlael smith will hereafter
Iiiimi to shoe nil munlclpully-ow net! ani
mals, nnd In addition will bn given
Ihu npnlr vvnik on wagons nnd carts.
The Formf it
' ' Merchant Tailors
New Styles $3,
$3 New prices
Ladies' white canvas Ox
fords and pumps, with
dressy white heels and
turn toles. Light and cool
for summer wear.
Also some new low-heel
white canvas pumps and
Oxfords for girls and young
Special attention given all
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 fORT STREET
Tills method will be trie cl for the mt
two month)', and should It prole it
failure, the city fatbirs then propose
to turn to outride, parties und lit the
work by eontniit. 'llils will mum that
the "llligo blacksmith" will bu u thing
of the past and bn will no Inngir be
sun around tho pay coimtir on the
llrxt nnd llfteenth of eiuli month.
lly tho propositi merger the force will
bu reduced to one Muhlo fort m in, thren
luhortrs nnd n watchman. The Hirvhin
of one wntihnmii will bo dlHpeustil
Willi, tho Irani il irembers sny It Is
iilno pnpoed that two of the ntnble
nitn be presned Into servltti ns b irntss
makers nnd attend to the ripulr work
neccsruiry to the muliitt naiicu of the
road nml giirbago tlepartpicnt ennlp
ment. Thti rond ilepirtnient will bn called
upon to eoneentrnte all Its spue ef
forts In making Nuunnii niiinio pre
sentable. This policy has now l e n
ileeldtd upon by its ndilxnr. the roiil
conimlttie, with City nnd County Kn
Whnt's In a name, l'ranelseo S
llorges filed n notice of appeal this
morning against Mnrla Adelaide ltet
tencourt ,Hrl07o do Scquorli Knram i
cao, Tho case will bo heard by Iho
supremo court If the cleik can oer
manage tho Inst name.
Fine Copper Plate v
Die Sinking and
Wax and Corporation
Antone F. Souza
1 214 Fort St.
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