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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. ,H, FRIDAY, 8EPT. 29, 1911.
OAILY 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 ol Hawaii.
Wallace R. Fakrington, - Editor
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Vainglory blossoms, but never bears French Proverb.
GETTING INTO POLITICS FOR THE BETTERMENT
, OF HONOLULU.
Almost coincident with the rallying
call of tlic President or tin; Chamber
of Commerce, tlmt the people eel to
gether uiul ulso Ret 1b work for tin
purpose of elcctlnuefllclont men to
public olllce, tlierviroiiu from one
portion of the town h vicious attack on
Hawullan-AinerloHiis generally, und
from still another the response that
this get-together jbutihess Is u splen
did thine hut U,;j.niiHt hu carried on
without John Wise.
Fortunately neither of these ex
pressions bespeak the sane sentiment
of the business men who must be de
pended upon to secure results. If
they did, the record of the next few
months In politics would be merely an
exhibition of the fact that fools and
their opportunities are soon parted.
If the so much needed and so much
desired movement to net together for
the Improvement of Honolulu Is to
amount to anything practical, It must
be free from the embittered dlrectlou
of disappointed persons, mid also from
factional squabbles of petty peanut
political players 'who are ordinarily
unable to grasp a large proposition,
eo go off on some foolish tangent.
Getting together certainly does nol
-enrry with It the need for providing
new partisan organizations.
Cooperation does not cull for
wrecking the old and creating a new
organization for political activity.
Success in promoting the generul
' welfare of Honolulu by electing cap
able men to otllce Is not to be secured
by telling men whom you happen to
dislike that they can't play In your
yard, and the city will have to be re
generated without their votes.
San Francisco is held up as a sam
ple of how it can bo done. Certainly
San Francisco's light was not won Iiy
nn opening declaration that help was
not wanted say, from 1'atrlck Calhoun
and his associates around whom has
been waged the most bitter war thorfdre the -get together movement for
city has ever known. They didn't go tlic good 'of all Honolulu should In
down on the waterfVont and tell those elude the broad-minded workers of all
men that they could not have repre
sentation, but their votes were want
ed. They didn't go to the regular Re
publican workers and say, "Here you
lopsided fug ends of misspent lives,
you must get out of this und not
San Francisco business men did nut
play tho fool, as-.i now already pro
posed by at least oite organ, that Ho
nolulu business men should do.
They got every clement Into line.
They placed the big Issue of gov-
eminent efficiency as well as honesty
before the people, and asked all who
believed with them to help.
Every man who sits down and llg-
urea the proposition calmly must
know uiui in souio bucii muiuier no-
nolulit will have to go to work If It Is
to gain success.
THE PRICE OFTHE ROAD.
Whether flC.000 u mile Is too
much to pay for a flvo-mllo section of
belt roud depends ou the character of
the roud. t
Untll such tlmn us the engineer's es-
tlmntes on the stretch of roud for
Willis "I wonder If there will overlie asked. "Well no," said Hlllhers,
bo universal peace." (.Illls "Hiiro,
All they've got to ilo In to get the 1111-
tloux to agree thut In case of war the
winner pays thu pensions."
," I he
took ii colL"
"I ha a cook now Unit
lego course In doinoMlo science lust.rnurlKlljp Pf Die .InlrcsH?" ' "lie Is
.slimmer." "Vim seem eiithusluHllcJfiiluylnK' u uullliiKguino." "Does he
jMubel." "Ve; 1 ml wo boiling lHriil(liljliihlhat the best policy?" "Wlmt
Itho Mi mo secret society."
bvllobby was. showing off his baby,
(Tlilnk lit) looks IIUu wtf, Blither?''
Meted M Ibc foatottict ftl HotMiolu
ft second-el m Dittter
.SEPTEMBER 29, 1911
It our preliminaries nre lo Involve
fights to eliminate this man and that;
if, In place of selecting say three first
class men for the Hoard of Supervis
ors uiul centering eveiy ounce of ef
fort ou electing them and the Mayor,
the community is asked to spend Its
time In discussing whether John Wise
should be llred If that Is lo be the
program then It Is absolutely certain
that In place of u campaign for the
betterment of Honolulu we shall have
a monkey and u parrot row that will
disgust everyone and result In the
victory of the forces the "good citi
zens" started out to defeat.
This talk of there being no neces
sity for partisanship in the municipal
election Is all very well for easy
chair conversations, but It Is silly
buiicunib when we stop to consider the
fact that the municipal election is held
at thu same time as the Congressional
and legislative elections.
Someone wilt suy "That scheme Is
all wrong." Suppose It Is, It is the
fact and It can't be changed before
San Francisco eliminated strict par
tisanship because thu municipal elec
tion was held In un "off year."
You will take notice thut Congress
man Kulin and probably others us vit
ally mixed up in partisan politics,
look a vacation. We are glud Kutui
did it, because Hawaii hud all oppor
tunity to get acquainted with him. Hut
don't be fooled Into thinking thut San
Francisco could drop partisanship
during u Stule or Congressional elec
So, with Honolulu; there are many
plans that would be nice if the Ideal
conditions, existed. Uut they don't ex
ist and. wlille theories are nice to think
libout Uiu practical application Is Im
possible on account of facts.
Tho election contest next year must
be madu on partisan lines. There-
partles. Certainly there ure enough
of llrst cluss men In Honolulu to sup
ply the material for two tickets.
We are approaching the year of all
years when purtizuiishlp will be up
permost in the minds of all.
There ure the .National conventions,
and the alignment tlmt is to be ex
pected on account of the Importance
of establishing regularity and conse
quent good standing with the main
A more inappropriate period to
spring the non-partisan scheme could
not bu imagined.
What must be done Is, to work to-
getlier with what wo have, und dcul
with, the conditions us they exist, not
un me uuy aim me evening with nil
loils'tind unavailing complaints against
"hI us 'Is." '
which tenders were culled by tho
Lour. Commission, are murt public,
the 'declaration that tho tenders of'
fered for this work ure out of nil rcti-
son sounds very much like the cry of
a contractor who wants the whole Job
looking at the youngster critically,
"He's a queer-looking little cuss, hut
I shouldn't go so fur us lo say that
Iho looks like you,
"IIow-Ixj-Iih, getting. along, III Ills
hit considers It bus nothing to ilu with
lllni nun. lie Is waiting In u rosiuii-
runt In order to muko u living until
itiliu Inukya up her wind."
let In n lump.
As tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n understands It,
the first section of load to be built
lias the greatest amount of grading
and the largest number of culverts in
volving reenforced concrete construc
tion, Ilefore the community makes
too loud it noise, It should be fully In
formed on all tho facts. Ii the low
est figure offered Is near thy price es
timated by the commission engineer,
It is safe to assume that tin coiituls
slon and the engineer kno their bus
I wim-bay mifiN
Dr. Inge, Dean of St. Paul's, one of
the nble clericals of Imdoii, preach
ed a powerful sermon lately In re
futation of tho statement made by
some that a lellglon which Is of slow
giowth must bu Inadequate.
"That hasty Impression Is often
made use of as a weapon against
Christianity. All the analogies of na
ture may serve to remind us that on
ly tho slow growths nro solid gruwtliR.
It Is the mushroom not tho oak, that
springs up In a single night. Ami In
Hie cast of Christianity, there Is tho
further fact that Its tardy advances
afford striking fulfillments of the very
predictions of Christ. If we can truco
during sixty generations some moral
and spiritual progress (and surely wo
can), It Is as much as wo have a
right to expect. A great upward slop
In human evolution, a permanent In
crease In the spiritual powers of
man, has like all other new develop
ments!! hard struggle for survival."
The argument which the Demi so
uhly assails has been used ugalnsl
The new Law for the Separation of
Church and Statu In Portugal Is a
very Just one. It Includes the con
cession of entire liberty to all creeds.
tho disestablishment of the Catholic
religion, the continuance of existing
stipends to nil beneficed priests, the
encatments respecting religious pro
perty belonging to private Individuals
which Is to be respected.
The Unitarian ministers of London
passed a resolution at Essex Hull the
other day In refcrenco to the propos
ed Ango-Anierlcan treaty. "They de
sire to express their gratitude nt tho
present moment to President Tafl und
Sir Edward Orey for their efforts In
this good cause, and to express tho
hope that what Is now suggested for
England and America may be speed
lly extended to one after another of
the nations of the earth until all are
Included in one common bond of
The council of the rirltlsh and For
elgn Unitarian Associations also pass.
ed similar resolutions on the sumo
It Is Indeed befitting them, since
unitarian bodies as well as Individual
Unitarians have always stood In the
van of all peaco movements and stnk
ed their all upon such Issues, how
over unpopular. As an English III-
sliop said recently (Illshop of Hull I
think It was):
"We have lo acknowledge that our
good Unitarian friends whom wo lovo
lo chide In somo respects, liavo stood
since their early beginnings for reli
gious liberty, for toleration, for tho
end or war and human strife und thu
era of peace.
It Is not surprising then that this
magnificent proposal should have como
from America's Unitarian President
l America's Unitarian President;
Hint Unitarians the world over
ltd be tho first and the loudest
shoubt he tho first and the loudest
111 their relolclng, but we. too. stand.
with them In gladness and sympa
thy." The Vatican has ordered the lluvur
iuu Episcopate to proceed with the
greatest severity against tho move
ment among Catholics In thut coun
try for the suppression of alleviation
of the rigors of sacerdotal celibacy.
According to official information fur
nished to the Pope, un association
founded with this object counts above
1:1,000 members, many of whom ure
ecclesiastics, Ixmdon Dally Chron
icle. Canon Nensley Henson, In n letter
to tho Times, commends nn anecdote
of the eminent Daptlst minister Rob
ert, Hull to tho Illshop of Winchester,
whot will bo remembered, criticised
tho action of the Illshop of Hereford
In Inviting Nonconformists to Join in
the cplebrutlon of Communion In his
cathedral uu Coronation Day. Mr.
Hall, who wus a generul lluptlst, once
presented himself for Communion In
u Particular lluptlst church und wus
politely Informed thut ho could not bo
admitted to the sacrament us not be
longing to the denomination. "I
thought It was tho Uird's supper." he
rejoined, "if It wus only your supper
I have 110 wish to remain,"
Mr. Chuplyn, rector of War claim In
ICCL', refused to subscribe to the Act
of Conformity, und was one of the
2000 clergymen driven from their be
nefices. Thus originated tho Frio
Chinches of Wureliuiii, Tho wtinlH
"Founded In 1G70" are on tho chapel
Tho eccleshiHtlcnl strife has long
died away, uiul now t Jit Unitarians
1 1 me 11 gruy.plllareil church of their
own 011 thu niulii Hired, ilulliig from
rr 1 iMWiffirritltittiy
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. SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1911 I
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In natural wood. Plumbing of batt !
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I with choice thrube and treee.
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Wa buy and tell Stoeke and
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othert In approved Trust Securi
ties. WE SHALL IIP. PLEASED TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A1 Crate of Six Selected Plnea or a
Large Bunch if I Bananae
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Express Company)
1830. Tho sight of a poster with no
tices of the adult school meetings re
minded me of the noble work done by
the Unitarians, especially in our pro
vincial towns, for the education of
the people. Ilritlsli Weekly.
In his "Modern Clirlslology," an or
thodox work, Dr. W. D. Mackenzie,
president of Hartford Theological
"The Unitarians hud attacked the
theological doctrine of the Perron of
CI rip'. In n inunnor which their op
ponent.' could not meet. t Iho lat
ter could not shov how one person
i,er l"""' "ol ""f ",,w " l'1'""
r0"'J unlt0 ln ''"""I' '"' nature l!
'""",1 tnaMon as to n-uko u rw.il Imiiiun
The leading home-buildera are buvlng their homettead
lott In the tuburbt. Thore are reaaoni why health, main
ly! then mora beauti'ul turroundinga; then more room
about the house and no more of that "cooped-up" feeling
that comet with llv.ng in the trlcklyiettled parts of town.
We are offering ott In the land o PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half acre up to any tire you may tuggett,
and ranging in price from $1300.00 up according to the
lie of the lot you may telect.
Thete lott have all the advantage! of a downtown lo
cation, with the added featuret of a lower temperature,
beautiful view, beat of neighbort and no unelghtly pjrt of
the city to travel thiough on your way to and fro,
FOLLOW THE L'ADERSI and tecure a piece of prop,
erty that It tteadlly advancing in value and at the tame
lime giving you an opportunity of livir.g In the beat part
of the city.
Let ut thow you that llili it true.
r 1 itMi
Now is the lime to con
sult GURR1ZY about
Private Christmas Cards
Office It open on week daya from 7
a. m. to Gi30 p. m., and on Sundaya
from .8 to 10 a. m. Ship mettaget re
ceived every day up to 11 p. m.
A FAIR EXCHANGE.
Tim Editor snt In Ills ensy chair
And ii load was on bis mind;
Hn tupped his desk, he rumpled Ills
Ho felt bowed down 'nentli Ills load of
And no relief could he llniL
And well might the Editor quail lit Ills
Well might lie bow him duwn
For many und great were the burdens
And little tlic belli to be found.
For lie wiih Iho Lord of the Hands
The KINO of the Mugazlne,
The llooster of every Improvement
The Cllmbi-r-ln-Chief of the Mountain
The Iloss of tho Hundred Thousand
The High, High Priest of tile Outrig
(Ills cares were many. I ween)
And this was the taRk that furrowed
Ills Cliib-by-lbe-Sea needed belli;
The roof wus too old, they wanted
The dressing house must have n
The Editor Jumped from his easy
Tin Ouds bail granted bis wlshl
iiwwrtwMwh. M.r,iw- .'aaatt.
, beautiful thought hail Hushed Into
He'd get up n CHOWDER OF FISH!
He'd nk alt hit friend every man
that he knew
He'd feed them nn this nnd on Hint,
Then when they wire nil In the right
frame of mini!
He'd quietly PASS HOUND THE
He acted. He Knthered Ills friends
round thu hoard,
Die chowder wni passed to each man,
And when It was finished nnd every
The Editor worked out Ills plan.
He talked nnd explained that his Club-
(A Club that was well known to
Wni badly In need of n friend's helping
And bo nskcil each to put down lili
He finished. And strnli'.htwny a chorm
"Yes, we are nil willing to sign,
l'rovhlfl In turn you grant OUR re
quest And bring nil your Clubs Into line
"VV ALL must bo Lords of tho llandi
ALL write III your Magazine
Each one must be lloxs of n MILLION
The Chairman of some rich Improve
And then above nil anil here Is tho
WE ALL MUST HOLD HANK III tho
Admiral, Captain, llns'un or Cook-
Listen, O Ford, to our plea!
Muster - nt - Anns or Carpenter's
'TIs Utile we enre what It lie.
You talk very well and good Is your
PUT HANK WE MUST HOLD In tin
Itend by Commodore Oreen at the
Outrigger Club chowder prepared by
Seek In Vain fur Snlucllie Drug.
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 7. Although
customs Inspectors ure going over the
Croat Northern steamship Minnesota
with it line-tooth comb In u search for
opium, which they ure cotivlncfd Is
on board the big vessel iiwultliig a
good opportunity to bo smuggled
ashore, their search thus fur has been
rewurded by tho finding of but four
n-tuel tins of the contraband drug.
These tins were found yesterday con
coaled behind u beam In the engineer's
uiessroom. Inspectors (leorge Mallclt,
A. A. Osborne, Lute Weld nnd K. E.
Eulaw ure making a careful search In
every nook and cranny of the giant
steamship, pitting their cunning
ugulnsl that of tho Chinese on board.
Vititort to our Milk Depot
on Sheridan Street have
been greatly Interested in
our electrical proceta of
treating the milk handled
by us, and all have ex
preaaed their gratification
at finding audi perfect
cleanllneta in tvery de
partment. We tlncercly with that all
who are intereated in the
queation o( pure milk
would call upon ua, for we
know that they would leave
convinced of the abaolute
purity of our milk.
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
for men. High or low.
Illnck vlcl kid $4 nnd $5
Illack Oiin Metal Calf I"
Tim Russia Calf In $4
These urn the best nil
nro uiul shoes- for comfort
und durability made.
We are Helling more of
these I hull of any other
Shoe Co.. Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
The Inspectors were culled off for 11
11 nn; Imhiy to search for opium 011 the
llrltlsh stenmshln Oaufa. which Just
arrived from the Orient, but thus far
that search also litis proved fruitless.
They will continue their search on
tho Minnesota, which is being guard
ed nt night by tho revenue cutter
Scout to see thut no small boats ap
Tho protection of Amerlcin Inter
ests In I Iny tl Is now In the hands of
the lono gunboat Marietta ut Port au
Itev. (icorgo M. Irving, formerly
United Stales commissioner of edu
cation ut Douglas, Alaska, died In
Seattle, itge.l 78.
J. Clarence Price, an attorney an I
treasurer of the National Permanent
Hullillng association nf Washington,
shot and killed himself.
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
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