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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1911..
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ti yutth, ktiiwlieielu U.S .... ,7
'f (Jimttrr, itiywrtetf h US . . 3.oo
i m fir, tnrlific InU S . H.oo
' Vrm tnUil, tmct)tnt !3.tH
'I he nrwsp.ipir, iniirp tluni mi)
oilier fat lor, hai to On with (he tnmiN
Hdl'nrc. It Is n biiitle iiumuimliu; the
(I mil of ncvi ( iilerprKc". It N u p.ufc
Iiiiim- luiirlui; hnriliiii when utliiTi
nre kninkliii: or ililrkluir. It li the
line fun i' th.it oliniilil iilnnjs lirlnir
Inipi fuliics. Vii rliiiid ohuuld lie
without silver linings, If the nevvspu.
pir units Its npportiiult). 'Ihesp
Uiliics anil more the niHipnpir run
mid h III l( fur the lomi which "III
Kit I'thluil It. I'suall) the ran fill bus
tuiss man tries In keep his assets un
linp.ilti d. Inn n shiiiild do (he sume
.lud a wind newspaper Is lis best
nssil. J, K. Jiinkln.
What did DiiKpin do to him?
Isn't It (pieer how timid an excep
tionally IiIkIi price of siikm makes the
peopln of Honolulu?
T.ift better look out liuw he talks
nbout tho deui.iROKiieH with nostrums.
lie may strike rljtht Into tho c.unp of
Illlo Is certain to hliime Honolulu
for whatever lllauchurd Is doliiK that
causes our iiclttlibiir temporary dis
comfort And Honolulu will blame It
on County Oovorumcnt.
Perhaps the dull stock market Is
due to the fact that thu people who
have hitherto "made the market" lmo
nil their surplus stowed uvwiy In main
land holes In the ground.
ImmlRintlon, llko tho tariff, Is
mighty hard proposition to handle ns
a jUhule, If It were .possible to deal
Rep irately with each rncl.il mid n.i
tional, It would he c.utv
Honolulu's greatest problem Is still
limitation I)r I'ratt has ho much to
do in tho practical dally treatment of
the piobleui that ho enn baldly be ("C
)u'.'t (1 In theorize in n manlier that
will sitlsfy people who hnvo Justf
waked up and have a brilliant Idea
they want to air
Support ot the sugar tariff Is not
the only thing lu which tho Interests
of the Southern States coincide with
"Hawaii The South Is trending to
ward the protection Idea in conse
qtieni o of Its new development, nnd
that seUlon of tho country always
gives a mora hearty support to prac
tical incisures of national defense
than many of the Interior Stntes of tho
Dam Patterson apparently wants to
' be good nnd forget all that ho said or
what ho thought the other follow
said. Tho main question Is now, why
has the Oiiliu Loan l'linil Commission
made Itself unpopular by proposing
that tho contracts for roid construc
tion snail not do let in u lump as
proposed by the morning paper? Who
Is prompting that paper on Oahu Loan
The Harbor Commission will bo well
worth while If It docs nothing more
than bring home to the geneial public
tho vital l elation of harbor facilities
to tho piosperlty of the port. Under
tho qld leglme. ono public heitrlng
constituted about all tho people had
to do with tho matter and tho head ot
tho department then went ahead and
did what In his llmltul knowledge ho
Captain Did jou throw out tho
anchor, ns I told 3u?
Killni Ao, ajo, sor. Vis tor.
Captain Well, that's funny; tho
boat's still moving.
8,illor Well, conio to think of It,
1 don't think iheio wns any lopo on
"That now steamship Olympic- Is a
beaut They say It cost $8,37r,,l7C "
"And Ivvi'iity-llvn icnts."
"What palt of a ship could jou
liulhl for tvvent-flve cents?"
".Tho qinrtor deck," v (
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A h in later of considerable reputa
fei Sti Montn .
Per Yeat, anywbtie lu VS f.oo
Per Yet unywher n Canada, I.Ko
Pri Vfit ttM lomjtii , 3o
enltred at the PmtoAcv .1 Honolulu
n sccnnil-rliM tn.ltff
AUGUST 24, 1911
deemed hist Harbor rules ure a
mighty serious factor lu the life of a
community situated as Honolulu.
Sugar might Just us well keep on
and go to six cents while It Is on tho
Kngllsh strikers must be getting
haul up for means of making trouble
when they turn to the Itusslan custom
of attacking the Jews. That's getting
back to baibarlsiu for n ihango.
AU.itor Atwood Is making ho many
HtopH duilug tho latter part of his
lllght, that he appears like the man
who never expected ho could do It,
but now ho Is so near success ho is
feaiful lest lie should fall In tho class
with those who (J Id It all but.
Mrs. Harrlinan has donated fifty
thousand dollars for tho bacteriologic
al interests of the Southern I'aclllc
lallway omplnjccs, who would not bo
unkind enough to "look' a gift horse
in' tho mouth " lint was It not report
ed a few dujs ago that a largo num
ber of tho Harrlinan Hstem employes
were laid off? Wouldn't it be more to
tho point If the workmen were given
cinptov incut and Mrs. Hnrrluiau a lit
tle less Income?
Make up jour mind that nn invest
ment lu Honolulu when rated at Its
worst Is about one hundred per cent
better than the things brought In
from abroad and made attractive
through the enchantment bf dlstuncc.
Keep jour money lu Honolulu, and
liejp this town grow.
Honolulu exacts tho harbor com
mission plans to ho laid on lines to
make of Honolulu a Hist class port
for the quick dispatch of nil shipping.
When we get that reputation, the '" """ Proposal mat mean destruc
trade will Just naturally gravltato to-""" to " ,irUI"K business built up In
ward iih. not away from us as In thos"'m,lnK ,ho alnlniirt demnnd for
last ten ears, when direct shipment
has hecoino (so popular.
That (ienn.iii cruiser doing tnrgot
piantlco at Iluzzurd's Hay It probably
an earnest of tho (ionium deslro to
sign up on one of the arbitration
treaties. When tho treaties ure all
signed Franco mny send Its ships to
New Orleans, Japan do target stunts
off Pearl Harbor and Now port will be
(oui)ilnlnlug because tho Ilrltlsh for
get the American Hummer resort as .a
proper rendezvous for tho battle fleet.
If it be true that Delegate Kulilo
talked too much, what shall wo Buy of
this, appearing In The Friend, among
the edltmluls signed "U. S.":
It Is pathetic to see n child ape
a full-grown man. Our Island
Prince is In his right place when
ho takes graciously tho honors
generously paid him as the repre
sentative of his race mid acts his
part us honorary delegate to Con
gress Hut when ho forgets all
limitations and suffers ambition
so to whisper hopes of adminis
trative responsibilities that ho
forgets claims of friendship and
public service, the spectacle Is one
more of those Bad evidences that
tell tho tragic story of n dying
race. It Is all In keeping with
tho record of the plebiscite of a
year ago and calls not for anger
hut sjinpatby. It speakH well for
tho flue quality of our Island
tion on a northern circuit found It no
rcssnr lr ho vvero to gain u verdict,
to discredit a certnlu witness.
The cross-oxninlnnllon, therefore,
Higgesteil that tho outh was a wrong
'un, and that his lelntions in goueial,
and hN father In particular, woio all
worthless. Tho youth demurred.
"Don't you know," thundered the
founsol, "lli.it your father would be
In Jilt If tho police know where to
"I don't think so," snhl tho outh
"Uut,ou'd better ask him )ourself
Theiq ho sits ,111 tho baolj row of tho
Jury." I-omlon Opinion.
cliunii'tor (lint IhU call nicctB tho
uppiuprlutc rcHponso and nil 111
lie gluil to duip tlio uiituln (if
oblivion upon li Is Hcoiic of child
If It be a case of tho less Bald
the bettor, why on earth do they keep
harping on the name string and mnk
liii; so much noise about It? And as
for sympnth). wouldn't Bymp'ithy of
thlts hruud make our hair curl?
Isn't Punnhou about n close to be
ing the "crudle of Americanism" ns
an of the older Institutions lu this
Such being tho mse, Is It not prop
er that tho men who have reaped for
tunes through tho Americanization of
this Territory hue a debt to I'unn
hou that could be lessened but not
wiped out by un endowment of two
or three hundred thousand dollars?
Isn't It about time that tho "cradle
of Americanism" was more liberally
renumbered In the days of exception
NO SHOT-GUN FRUIT
Honolulu Is In duty hound to take
the Initiative lu preventing, so far ns
It may bo able, tho California fruit
nun from going plumb crazy over the
Medlteriuncan fruity fly.
Extension of the plant quarantine
to the fresh pineapples from tikis Ter
ritory would bo u clear case of re
peating some of tho ancient follies of
"shot-gun" ipiarnntlnes perpetrated
when tho people posessed a less In
telligent Idea of how to handle con
California should rid Itself of tho
Idea that Hawaii Is tho only source of
contagion from the Mediterranean
fruit (I). While it Is going daffy over
what may threaten from this port, It
seems to forget that It Is In more or
less direct connection with Australia,
whence the fiult fly was probably
brought. In fact It Is posslblo that
tho fly could have migrated to Hono
lulu via Van v oncer and San Pranclsco.
Our good friends In California
should real Ire that we aro as inter
ostcdas they in holding the fruit fly
in cnciK. There Is no more good rea
son however for hairing all fresh
fruits nnd especially pineapples be
cause of tho presence of tho fruit fly
on this Island, than .thcro would be
to rcfuso admission to passengers and
food products from the Orient because
that section off the .world reeks with
bubonic plngue and cholera.
There must be nn Intelligent method
for bundling a quarantine on fruit,
nnd we would respectfully Hitggost
that barring all fresh fruit Is not nn
Intelligent solution of that pioblem.
Honolulu can be depended upon to
meet the Cullfornlans morn than halt
way Hut wo cun't bo expected to fall
tho Hawaiian grown product.
Is theio a sort of subtle "hitoi"
something between the Kplscopul
Church nnd tho Unitarian which ac
counts for tho lurge number of tint-
tarian-Hpiscopalluns. nnd for the fact
that those rare persons who do leuvo
Unituriunlsm generally go to tho
Episcopal denomination! "The Church
Stunduid," In speaking of "Tho Dec
laration on Illbl leal Criticism" signed
In 1725 Anglican ministers, asking
that the results of higher criticism bo
accepted by tho Church, says:
"The very citadel of our fuith Is as
sailed. We have now to recognize,
that within the church, as without It,
a serious attack Is directed on tho
primary assumptions of Christianity.
This attack is only beginning and Is
likely to provo mora formidable. Tho
Christian Church us n whole Is un
nwnro of the storm that Is coming,
for- this criticism Is much tnoro ind
Ical than that which tho Church has
fought and overcome. It concerns It
self with the very Life of lives.
If it should win, even, for a genera
tion, thu theology of the Church will
become, not the rich and full teach
ing of the Creeds, but n debused va
riety of Unltarlaiilsm.
A well-known dignitary of tho
Church declares that today In Kng
land there nru more Unitarians In tho
Church than In all tho Unitarian
churrhcH put together, nnd wthnut
being sensational, ho Is prepared to
glvo the proofs. Wo nre uBsured that
In Ainorlca It Is even worse where tho
influence of the ablest clorgymen Is
towards liberalism If not ultrn-llber-allsm
nnd whero men like Phillips
llrnnks (noble If you will, but .still
dangerous in a thtnloglcnl sense)
have been allowed to take an almost
Wo have been Informed by a Vir
ginia slate olllclal that tho "Episcop
al churches of Virginia contain a mul
titude of silent dlsseiitois Unitar
ians" he called them.
The condemnation of tho notion of
tho church authorities In thu trlul ot
Dr. Crapsy by such Churchmen us
Soth Low, and tho almost universal
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., require lundt to enable
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disapproval by the American press
even our own ditirrh publications of
thu outcome of tho Ciapsy trlul, show
the dangerous condition of things to
day. It was only a few months' after
this tilal that Dr. Cox of Cincinnati
gave utterance It tho pulpit to state
ments as rasli as any or Dr. urapsy 8,
and when referred by his Illshop to
nn Assemply ho was completely ex
onerated At such u rate, tho 1'iotest
nnt Kplscopul Church of America will
bo Unitarian in thu course of thirty
Thoro nre ir00 beneficed clergymen
whoso livings aro under 07 pounds a
j ear. And there nre 7000 livings with
less than Ifi.' pounds uniiunl Income.
Land of Puupueo
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.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one bf the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
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LHfK A ItOOM WITHOUT WIN
DOWS PRINTS at
The office hours of the
are from 7 a. m. to5(30 p. mV ori week
., r' n , - oK .
days ana on ounnaya imm o .v
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
Tho wholo Church 1s moro or less
hypnotised; nnd Churchmen nllow
themselves to depend too much on tho
generosity of other days. I havo no
doubt that an ordinary Nonconformist
baker gives moro for tho support of
his church than many of tho rich lay
men of the Church of Unglnnd glvo tor
theirs. Bishop of London In a recent
"It Is time," says n writer In tho
Tablet, "we awoko to tho fact that tho
struggle In England and elsovvhero is
rapidly becoming ono between Roman
Catholic Christianity nnd Unitarian-
Ism. Kugllshmen aro arriving nt tno
ultimate nnd only logical dilemma,
tb.it of Westminster Cathedral or Es
sex Hall, that of faith or ratlonullsm.
The leakage of our young men, their
Intellectual diltlcultlcs nnd tliosc or
their sisters, present a grave prob
lem." I'erhmm this rellclous "Icnkngo" Is
duo to tho fact thut there hns not been
supplied the right sort of religious In
struction to the chlldien, but nn In
struction which the Illshop of London
says Is "practically useless."
Two hundred nnd llfty feet above tho
giound, mispi niUil liy n rope that was
burning nnd his clothes blazing from
implAlm and carbon oil, ChrN Slnkns,
a stack painter, .'10 curs old, inndo lili
way down, hapd under hand, to earth.
while a crowd ,f men Mood horrllled
at the Wcstlnghnuso Klectrlc nnd Man
ufacturing Companj's plant In East
-"Smart and Snappy
All sorts of stylish
shapes in the new
Crossetts. Models in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with; scallops and
perforation. Fit the
toot snugly; 'give the
height of comfort
Look them over.
$4 to $6 everywhere
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North Ablation. Mm
1051 Fort Street.
- SIX ROOMS and BATH
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that is FOOD In health and
M E D I C I N E In ticknett,
MILK that is from abso
lutely sanitary dairies,
where conditions are open
to oil who care to Investi
gate. That's the kind WE sell.
Call at our Sheridan street
depot and see the , new
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i k I I t I, i
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Section of iliit Hullo tin.
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