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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FnlDAY, AUG. 25, 1911.
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m seinml'Tlaiifl nutter
AUQUST 25, 1911
Forminl, nt tirciioltui ilTcr. cj(T bundle th siistr tariff llrt bund,
lonk rmiiiil lu mp ulullicr mi) mini could iiuiko n tour of the lulamla oor
mIiiiII iiiiIp It. Up iiIIIiI much the k.iiiio iniito tliut Senator DM-
llh Mi(if In titii tlip Mii.illcst mill. IIiikIi.iiiih party took.
ttr, mill lliluk lli.it ntu miiIi u rtiult!
h mi trlllr. .Mnrrut Viirclliis.
Siiuokh of the tuignr industry tic-
Im'I1iIk on kiupliiR down tho pests.
When tlicro Is such a quantity of Siicivh of the tourist business of this
nionoj in tho town don't get the Idr.i clt ulso depends on keeping down n
tli.it oii must Kcnd It tint of the place pi at Is them nny good renson why
unless joti wish to bo rid of It on-tlrcly.
(ET V "Wnti lidiii? of llm lireiiil lnsket"
lr - would tin n inmil tllln fur l)r Wlli'l.
if who Is the only aniline to ulnduiird
h for trouble In Washington dtirlni; tho
tho cltlens of Honolulu should not
i fiotinrntn im rniiilllv nml hiioihI mnnnv
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lift IuiIkIiU 111 rnlliiitpr Ihn iiorIh Hint 'j...lit. In ihn Mrnml vnnr thft fttirlllk
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tlire.itpn their IiuhImchh, ns lendcrn of nco wns 167,000,000 ns by the muno
tho sugar Industry lime done to Ret
tho best of their plnnt-llfe enemies?
Ilrother Klirhmn should lmi n i.tro
for the diiUKt'inutdy nnmed HiIiikh ho
sends to the islands Stiiphytliuldao
Bounds it heap sight worse than Med
Ixits of business opportunities offer
In tho tity of Honolulu for the mini of
im aim who Is ready to rclmcst his
money In projects that will help tho
town whllo returnlns hlui good Inter
vbt on his nionej
'I ho Hoard or Health lost ono of Its
best men lion l)r llaldwln resigned,
but fortunatt ly for tho community bo
is the typo of man who Is .rciitly tn
Blo bis lime for public welfnro wlntb
or, In olHU.il position or. not
Ono of the siiR.ir Journnls, tofirrltiK
to forei asls on t'ulmli siiKiir produe-
tlon. k.ih that it accepts these fore
casts with "tons of salt" That's tho
, best wa In handle all tho Miliar cstl
Uinates All Irii fait In u dry time.
Whether for work or play, the tity
of Honolulu will liuo a tordlnl wcl-
cotnn for the warships mmhi to i(rrlc
Increase Ui tho American poinilatlon
'iiof the iit la (ratifying to Americans,
whether the men spend n tlollar or
rnllliif; tlio t'tuiKressmcn, Hawaii
could msiko Rood use of Its money bv
-t lnllinK all tin- prolnililo landldntes
Tor Ihr I'reslileticy to tho Islands Its
a Rreat ailMtnliiRo to baa the mini In
tlio President's eluilr uciiunintcd wltli
bis own country
Congress found that Vresliknt Tuft
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!t A couiu inn ii inmtii iiuiii i" mm",
ij. , purpo'o for which bo lulled tho mem
bers In session, by any Imllaalloo
they mlfilit iiilse Iho tarirf revision
lillln parsed wore merely experiments
tho Injury that would bo done Ameri
can Interests by a war between (Jcr
maiiy and Great Urllnln. What would
happen to us In event of n war of
our own Is now pretty well under
stood. Our merchant marine howovor
Is In such n state that u war between
two lit st class forclRii powers would
almost put our oteau eommerjo out
Mr Clwclli secretary of tho Mer
chant Marino Committee of Ono Hun
ched, made tho statement that n war
bitween (Ircnt Hrltaln and Germany
would "brliiR our foreign trndo to an
almost absolute sloppaRc, with result
ant pan la and disaster to other com
"It is not Rcnerally known that of
our total foreign commerce nearly 80
per cent. Is carried In German nml
Ilrltlsh bottoms This cnrrlnRC, of
course, would ccaso ut tho first noto
"Noto what happened In tho Ilocr
war. Although tho South African re
publics possessed neither battleship,
prlatccr nor merchantmen, Ilnglnnd,
In tho prosecution of th.it war, and
incident to tho forwarding and sup-
pi) lug of her troops, withdrew from
her merchant innrlno n tnnnago ap
proximately I,':C2,000 tons of shipping
from the lines rmtnlng between Grout
llritian and Iloston. The natural ro
suit was a sharp rise In freight rntos
amounting In ninny Instances to 30 per
cent, and oer. This, as ono can rcuu
lly sec, wns Injurious to our export
trade. In fact, the llrst ear of tho
Ilocr war tho slirlnkngc In our exports
of foodstuffs amounted to $46,000,000
ns against tho figures of tho year pre-
Large Attractive House
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown District .
comparison. Of course this shrinkage
was largely In nlucs rather than vol
ume, nnd tho farmers of tho Mlddlo
West, receiving less for their products
than they otherwise would hao done,
helped to pay tho cost of tho Ilocr war.
If wo aro to safely hold our export
trade, and, still more, If we nro to
develop new markets. In other coun
tries, wo must have our own means
of dolhcry. No storo trusts to a rlwil
concern for Its delivery service Our
oxports nro almost wholly delivered
In ships. If wo aro to mako these de
liveries In the face of tho trado riv
alry of other nations we must control
tho ships. Other nations see very
clearly tlio necessity of maintaining
a merchant navy If a foreign trado Is
to bo secured anil maintained,
As secretary of the Commlttco of
Ono Hundred Mr. Kwell has compllod
n vast amount of data. According to
these figures wo produced In 1910 from
sol), mfiio and mill, products to tho
valuo of $27,000,000,000. Of this pro
duction, wo sent abroad n total of
$I,7JS,CCS,000 in valuo. Only ono nn
tlon sends abroad to foreign markets
a creator totnl than wo export, Tour
Governor I'renr Iiiih inndo n good
move In gettliiR u man from Panama
to look over tho locnl sanitary situa
tion lie prepared to hear that in
order to Ret results quickly, as was
the case In Panama, a military admin
istration Is mcessary. Whether this
city Rits tho military administration
or not depends entirely on tho Rood
Bciiso of Its people. Ono thing Is cer
tain tho town must be put In sani
tary condition nnd kept so.
Of course tho market superinten
dent should bo n man thoroughly con
orsant with local conditions. Infor
mation recently nt linnd has It that
Ilrother Btnrrctt, an excellent gentle
man, asked a small furmer If' sweet
potatoes and cabbages would grow on
his place. Hoicking u favorable an
swer, ho forthwith went nut among
the other farmers of tho km tlon ulitl
told them to grow sweet potatoes and
cabbages. The gist of It Is that Ilroth
er vStarrctt lias a great deal to learn
fin, I hnrn la nft rnnann wllv lin uhntll.l.
come, hero to gain Information nt tlio nations sen looinori more u.a.i., ..,
iini.iln ,.nonn film dm i,mn wllo'OOO.OOO worth of their production.
knows tho place,
the right sort anil
pathy with tlio American Idea In Hawaii.
IF YOU have nny Urctlv
Investment in view no
'require fundi to enable
yeu to take It up, call
and see ui. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
8uar Stocke or Real Ettate.
We buy and toll Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A nOOM W1T1I&UT PICTUKES IS
1.1KU A ROOM WITHOUT WIN
DOWS PRINTS at
The office hour of tho
are from 7 a. nt. to Si30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. m., and until 11 every
night for ships'
, it chance, If ho bolThcso four, with their respcctlvo to
1 thoroughly In sym-lal" nro: United Kingdom, $l,ssy
undertaken at tho public expense.
Commissioner of Public U-tnds Judd
is nbout tho ipiletist man who linn
struck Iho land olllio In a number of
jears. Ho must bo of the hi anil who
looks Into things Hist and doos his
talking after ho has delivered the
Roods That's what tho land oltlco
There aro men In this Torrltory, ed
ucated ut Puliation, who i mild mako
tho now school jear notable by an
nouncing an endowment of a hundred
thousand dolla'is or so. Thcso men
lmvo leinemlipied other Institutions
liberally Why should not Punalinu
come In for recognition at this time
when tho friendship of a loyal alumnus
Benntor Dillingham's trip to Hawaii
dhl lots of good, when It came to
flaming tho immigration bill. It
would ho of vast benellt to tho coun
try If Congressmen Underwood and
llaiilwlrk, who will sooner or later
Prom lo,2no upplo trees on "(,0
acres of land near St. Joseph, Mo ,
Dr (' I) WooiImiii litis lust sold a
crop of apples for $100,000 Tho
crop was bought on tho trees by
n Koit Smith, Ark, commission
firm It Is estimated that .'0,(100
barrels of marketable Den Davis
and Jonnhan apples will bo gath
ered from tliu orchard. Tho Mis
souri applo trop can hardly bo
rated as a totttl failure. Pasa
This also answers tho question of
tho date when small farming will bo
popular In Hawaii. Tho man who dis
covers u crop that will pay tho farm
er as well as sugar, Is tho ono who
may expeet to ro down In history ns
tlio individual who solved ono prob
lem of AmcrlcanUntlon In tho Turrl-
tory of Hawaii. Suroly the small
farmer will not Rrow n loss prolltablo
crop Just for the fun nnd tho glory ot
OUR DEPENDENCE ON
Should Hawaii mako it mnvo that In
any way threatens American shipping,
It will II nd a mighty militant eombln
ntlon on hand to eontest tho point,
and at tho sumo tlmo ready to urgo
measures for tho upbuilding of tho
American murihant murine.
When tho llttlu affair in Morocco
lipido it war cloud for Kuropo tho cam
pulgncis who'aro gradually educating
Americans to tho distressing facts of
our disappearing merchant marine,
wore quick to take advantage of tho
Incident to Impress tho peoplo with
30,000; United States l.,:s.uiis,uuu;
Germany, $l,607,25a,00o; prance,
Heeretnry Hlwell's statistics show
that, of the vast totnl that wo export,
about $600,000,000 repioselits till) valuo
of raw manufactured articles, such as
cotton and grain; tho balanro is of
articles that wo lmvo manufactured.
Tho manufactured products lncludo
food-stuffs, such as flour nnd prcpnrcd
meats, and such nrtlcles as machinery
and tho like.
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She You deceived mo when I mar
rle( j nit,
Hu I dlilnioio than that, 1 de
"How much milk does jour row
"Right quaits a day."
"How much of It do joh sell?"
"Ten quarts, miss."
Mlsblonnr) And do you know no
thing whatovor of icllRlon?
Cannibal Well, wo roI a tasto ot
It when tho hint missionary vvas here
Him I dnn't know how to tell )ou
how I love vein,
Her Don't worn' nbout that I'll
take It as It comos. What ou want
to got nervous about Is how to tell
pupa about It,
A Crate of Six Selected Plnee op a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply lcuvo your order we do the
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Uxpress Company)
Instead, wo should hnvo used tho
niinio of Itev. Geo. F Pratt formerly
nplhiopnllnn clergjinnn but now n
minister of tho Unitarian Chinch in
W. M. nriindago wns a minister of
tho Methodist episcopal Chinch, later
oiiiaineu into ino uiiuariiin uiiiiihiry
nnd now n minister In New York
and this how the error cicpt In as to
Derby I'rlargalc Unitarian Congrc
Ration hns celebrated Its 350th jenr
tntn Its origin, nnd the 212th jear of
Sfa present chapol, nnd raised about
Six hundred pounds for Improvements
and rcpalis Iindon Monthly.
Ilev. Clinrlcs Hargrove, M. A., Pre
sident of tho British Unitarian Asso
ciation, ns well as the retiring presi
dent, C. K. Hftwley, C. K. has receiv
ed an official invitation to tho Corn
nation Service nt Westminster Abbey.
Tho I'opo has IsbuciI an nnocllcnl
letter addressed lo the Illshopg of tlio
Catholic world, condemning In vche
mcnl terms tlio now law for the dis
establishment and discmltiwment of
the Komnn church In Portugal.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain. M. P., Iins
boon honored by tho British Medical
Association for the splendid work he
did ns minister In connection wllh
tho study of tioplcal mcdclno. Mr.
Chnmhorlaln hns been mado nil hon
orary member of tho association.
It will bo remembored that Mr.
Chamberlain Is nn earnest worker In
tho Unitarian church and Sunday
Thcio Is n gmwlng disinclination
"tn pay for tho ilior," In nngland as
well as clsowhcro. Tho Rlshop of
Uinilon snjs lu a recent contribution:
"There nro 1500 bcnellced clerRv
mon whoso livings nro under (17
pounds a onr. And thoro nro 7000
livings with less than 155 pounds an
nual Income. Tho wholo- church Is
moro or less hypnotized; and church
men allow themselves to depend too
much on, the generosity of former
Ilev. Father Vaughan, preaching nt
Manchester recently Bald: "Christi
anity is vanishing from this Kmplro.
My Anglican frlontls nro so cliurmcd
with tho Prayor-llook, singing, nnd
with tho beauty of tholr calm servlco,
that they were forgetting tho founua
tlons. Anglicanism will topple over
unlehs It Is underpinned. Ixienl lion
Catholic churches aro still moro
empty than when I vvas hero ten years
ngo. They lmvo ceased to draw, al
though uil sorts of methods aro adopt
ed to mako them draw. Thoro Is
something rotton In tho stiito of Kng'
land somewhere. Its religion Is go
ing to pieces."
This Is In agreement with what
many of tho leading lights In tho Hpls
copal Church Itsolf nro saying, not
ably Dlshop Williams of Michigan,
Illshop of Carlisle nnd others.
In April last Dr. Kcmpthomo (Illsh
op of Hull) In an address took a most
gloomy view. Bald ho:
"Thoro aro evils existing in our
midst of which it is Impossiblo to
speak. Thcro aro things In oxostenco
In England todny which nro qulto as
bad as any that existed In the foulest
nnd most corrupt tlmo sof the decay
ing nomnn Empire."
These men who speak frankly about
the Inadequacy of tho old faith to uf
foct present day conditions, aro tho
honest ones, tho ones who have at
heart the welfare of tho religion and
tho country thoy lovo. It Is not thoso
who are seeking to whitewash and
rover up tho evils by diverting our
attention fiom them.
In refeience tu Ttov, W. M. Minnd
ge, Ph. D, wo find upon looking the
matter up that tho uumo was trans
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.
HE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
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We invite you to come
unannounced to our Sher
idan etreet milk depot, or
to any of the dairiee con
tributing to this Associa
tion. It will show you to what
lenoths we go to assure
absolute cleanliness in milk.
We also treat every
ounce of milk to. our elec
tric purifying apparatus.
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
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