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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 25, 1912.
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DAILY and WEEKLY -Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
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.
Wallace R. Farrington, ... Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
I r Month, anrwhert In 0 S ,7a
Pot (Jurt". nywhit 'a U S.... a.oo
Fe Yrr,ftuvhne litis........ H.oo
C.f Vctf. iKWiaid, inrcito I3.UO
np 1 1 ) fcSdltorltil Rooms,
Inlawing and outgiving gelling good and giving gooj
niiiTii'is C. C A met.
HAWAII SUGAR AND THE TARIFF.
Tlirrc is not the slightest danger of the free sugar hill passing Congress at
tliis session. That such a measure will ever get through, is remote.
The result in the United States Senate is likely to he an approval of a
very moderate reduction of the tariff, more conservative indeed than the
Biistuw amendment. This may be accepted by the House but a deadlock
Under such circumstances Hawaii will have to find something other than
llie tariff legislation on sugar to worry about when seeking for trouble. The
situation is very satisfactory as compared with any other section of the coun
try, directly interested in tarilf legislation.
Tim high cost of living can't bo laid
on tlio Cuuat nnhow.
After a while suspicious peruana
will begin to think that Honolulu In
trying to grasp progressive Ideas, urnl
will get In I trio.
Governor Hadley, of Missouri, was
one of Urn Governors who helped
Iloosmelt throw his hut Into the ring.
Ily the way, who were the othersT
Now that the mosquitoes arc being
eradleuted there Is but one thing to
he mldrd to muke Honolulu Ufa per
fect mid thnt Is u one-man luwn mow
er with motor attached, with n neat
on the handle.
The tong war In San Francisco bus
been hushed by the pollen threatening
to close up Chinatown. Until sides
probably wanted time to sneak behind
gome Joss house and Jamb III a few
Speak well of your city and you
can help It Immensely. You enn do
better than that. You ran do for your
city by cleaning up so that It will
speak for Itself more eloquently thnli
words from you.
If the scribes can be believed,
llooRflvelt put In the first thirty or
forty yeurs of his life denying whut
otliers mild. It now looks us If he
wus going to put In the remainder of
his life denying everything he ever
It will not be many months until
Honolulu will ho standing on tiptoe.
stretching her neck for a peep over
the horizon for the first ship through
the Canal bound for the Fur East. Aro
we getting ready to give that Bhlp
anything except the glud hand?
A cartoon In one of the recent ex
changes represents Roosevelt rushing
violently down a hill in pursuit of a
Jnclc-o'-luriterrr Illusion. There Is
nothing funny or comic in It. It is
the picture of ona of the saddest of
American political tragedies,
It Is poor Territorial economy to
Bqtttmp on the promotion fuuds. The
loral promotion committee has done
splendidly with the funds uvnllable,
hut tlierp Is much to be done. There
Is no doubt In the world but that the
tourist business could be doubled or,
at any rate, Immensely Increased by a
. more comprehensive and thorough
fc system or wona publicity ana the
(fj.lll.1t IlltUO IB WIJUl WO WUI1L, Jl IS
"Thin In nil i.niiRiinllv lianllliv anl.
$ urli," declared the real estate man.
if; . "Then I guess wo won't sign a
lease, responded the lady.
"My husband Is a doctor, yon serf,"
."What are you smiling nbout?" ask
. "I was Just thinking," said .larihet.
iV'how lucky It was we, could go ahead
'and build this ark without waiting for
on appropriation ironr congress."
"Fancy lotting hlnmelf bo run over
by a cab In theso days of automobiles
rtl fit Montoi 4 .Au
Per Vol, uyvhcn In U.S. I.oo
P Yitr inrwknt n Cinidl, I. Ho
Pfi Vetr poetpeld, (outgo a.'oo
tittered M th Po.tottic u llotminto
t. ifcumt-clMf mailer
APRIL 25, 1912
u our main
n large part of the Ufo of the Islands,
and ve should be willing to exchange
most anything for the privilege of en
tertaining larger numbers of visitors,
Exposure of Mr. Roosevelt's deal
trigs with the Harvester Trust and
moro especially with J, I'lerpont Mor
gan und Mr. I'erklns Is a sensation
that muy appear disastrous to the Ho
publican party, but the threshing out
of It Is certain to do the country good.
It will open up the w'hole political
game as It has been pluyed by it spec
tucular Idol and ullow the people to
proceed with u clear understanding.
Whut Mr. Hoosevelt will do. Is as
dllllcult to forecust as any of his
moves on the political checkerboard
l.lkely us not he will accept the rec
ord us entirely correct nlid declare
that If ho were In the sume position
he would do It again.
Up to the present writing the Inci
dent evidences the bitterness of the
light between Mr. Tuft and Mr- Hoose
velt. As Is often the cuse the old
friends who fall out uro much more
vindictive than life-long enemies.
Our country has before it the hot
test Presidential campaign of many
WHAT ROOSEVELT IS DOING.
Roosevelt has been u name ulways
certuln to cause the New York World
to troth at the, mouth.
Yet from the New York World
comes the .clearest statement yet pre
sented Of the good that Roosevelt Is
doing In his campaign for u third
term in (ho White House. In reading
the following editorial It should be
remembered thut The World Is Demo
cratic In politics but decidedly Inde
pendent in Its purtlzan comment:
Mr. Roosevelt is beuten for the nom
inutioo for President, but The World
hopes that he will continue his cum
pulgn until the JS'utlonal Convention
meets, as the Illinois result will dis
pose him to.
His nomination for President would
bo u great calamity, but Ills campaign
rur the nomination Is a great public
benefit. He Is shaking up the dry
bones of fossilized respectability. He
Is scaring the Republican party out of
its smug self-complacency. Ho Is
driving it down the, road of political
progress In spite of ItBelf, und the
further ho drives It the better.
The Republican party can not long
er stand pat. It is obliged to move
with the procession and "pander to
the moral sentiment cf the commun
and motor 'busses,"
"Yes; ho must he an old-fashioned
"Aro you n man of tho world, pa?"
"No, my child. I have never been
manicured nor boon a passenger on a
limited train whon it waa wrecked."
.Mrs. Eye Does your husband keep
Mrs. Wyo Not
AYnptlv hilt tin.
keens a rhprk.hnnir nnil van tmuamUvi
have a scran wimn h iirnum ,. oi,ni-'
for my benefit.
It t '..! i .
tyf'JKt i ;,lft 'V Yrfti-i lEK?Wlff iT'
ity," us Fernando Wood used to say.
The Rochester Convention furnishes
only one Illustration out of many of
the excellent results of Mr. Roose
velt's dush for the White House.
It, Is a fur more representative con
vention than would have been held
had not. Mr. Roosevelt tried to seize a
third teiin. It is a far more progres
sive convention. It will como closer
to meeting the real Issues of American
politics, It Is thinking much more
about the American people and much
less nbout the Wull street contribut
or's to the campaign fund than it
would have tlbne had not Mr. Roose
velt's candidacy threatened the coun
try with political disaster.
What Is true at Rochoster will bo
true at Chicago. Tlie national plat
form' will be a better platform than It
would ha'e been If Mr. Roosevelt had
kept out of theontest. A better Hint
form at Chicago will force a better
platform at lialtlmore. The Demo
cratic parly will have, to keep up with
the procession. "
President Hutler of Columbia, in his
speech as Temporary Chairman of the
Rochester Convention yesterday, de
fined "the supremo Issue of 1912" ns
"the maintenance of our republican
form of government." This Is Incor
rect. The battle for the maintenance
of our republican form of government
has been fought nnd won. Mr. Roose
velt's third-term candidacy hns col
lapsed. Ills putont-mvdlclnc remedies
have been repudiated by the common
sense of tho American people; but the
reat Issues remain.
Populur discontent docs not end
with tho downfall of Mr. Roosevelt's
ambition or with the repudiation of
his spurious nostrums. Turin nbuscs,
corporation abuses, financial abuses,
court abuses, boss rule, nnd privilege
Intrenched behind the luw thesu are
all vltul questions grounded in real
public wrongs. Mr. Roosevelt's cam
paign has shown even the ISourbons
of American politics thnt these Issues
can no longer be Ignored. They must
bo dealt with, or this country will get
Roosevelt or worse than Roosevelt.
Let there be no Illusions nbout that.
COUNTING COSTS OF SCHOOLS.
The Department of Public Instruc
tion is JtiBt In receipt of a new bul
letin, entitled "A Study of Expenses
of City Schools," published by the
liureau of Education ut Washington,
D. C. The work was largely done by
Dr. Harlan Updergraff under the di
rection of the Commissioner of Edu
cation, Honorable P. P. Claxton, who
Is the head of the liureau, and con
tulns a muss of Information for those
Interested In the practical solution of
In his letter of transmittal, Mr.
Claxton says It Is of greatest tm
portunce (hut careful attention be giv
en to the expenditures made by ull
governmental agencies. Tho expense
of certain cities rlvnl In amount the
expenses of State governments.
From 20 to CO per cent of tho ex
penses of cities go to the support of
Over $200,000,000 are expended nn-
nually by the city school systems of
the United States.
Doubtless thousands of dollars of
this amount might be suved each year
if each city know tho proportion In
which other cities are distributing
their money among the various school
activities and tho unit cost of each
activity. Likewise cities which are
confined through endeavors within n
too narrow rungo or which ure ex-
Jutt at It comes from a
healthy cow, fed on pure
ind elmple feed the fra
grant fields of alfalfa. Ev
ery precaution taken to
reserve that condition of
flavor and purity.
Thlt it what we aim to
serve to our customers!
ind If wo aro not mlti
liken, the official report of
the Territorial Veterina
rian indlcatet that we are
making a strong effort to
Jo to. The bacterial count
jf our product, electrically
treated, It triumphant
proof that we are going
about It right.
j t(t ft ,. Ml i . .H
imrim&'MiMhiXixMM3 lai&iJfL& Hl''MlrlrnMHM mviQ,'& V .
pending toe little upon it particular
object will have theso facts revealed.
The report furnishes Just such In
formation for 103 cities of 30,000 ltr
hubltuntH or over. It provides a meth
od for tho treatment of similar statis
tics of smaller cities, town nnd rural
districts. A superintendent or a fis
cal officer may take such data as aro
found In national and state education,
nl reports and by following the rnefh-
ods observed In this monograph may
ascertain the true relation of the ex
penses of his own system to such oth
era as he desires to Include tu his
The report, consisting of 0(5 pages
has much Valuable Information and
over a hundred useful tables, that ore
helpful In making a study of school
administration. Tho basal data used
In this Btudy were gathered by agents
of the liureau of the Census, who per
sonnlly visited the fiscal officers of the
cities included and with the assist
ance of those In charge compiled tho
statistics from tho account books und
vouchers. Tho dutn as reported to tho
census office were placed at the dis
posal of the liureau of Education,
The object of this bulletin Is three
fold: (1) To provide those charged with
the administration of the publlcl
schools In the large cities of the Unit
ed States tho means of making exact
comparisons of cost between any two
or moro cities with n minimum of ef
fort. (2) To establish certuln standards
by which nny Item of expense of any
city of 30.000 population or over rimy
be measured nnd by means of which
comparisons the cxilunses of this nnd
after years muy bo ruudo.
(3) And to present certuln conclu
sions regarding urban education
which rt study of statistics seems to
Tho principal tnhlcs are grouped us
First; The busal tables containing
seven llnanclul tables showing In de.
tull tho cost of euch kind of expenso
for each city.
Second! The percentage tnbles con
taining six tubtes showing in detail
ror each city the percentage which
each kind of expense is of the entire
Third: The nverngo cost tables,
two In number, showing In detail for
each city the annual cost per pupil
based on enrollment of ouch kind of
expense for Instruction, operation and
maintenance of elementary and sec
Fourth: One table showing the per
cupltu coBt of school expenses, bused
upon imputation, comparative cost of
school expenses and city expenses nnd
of school expenses und expenses for
urth: One tublo comprising the
totnl cost of elementary and second
nry schools In euch city. Tho various
Items of school expenses are classi
fied in theso tables under the follow
n. Expenses of general control.
b. Expenses of Instruction, opera
tion and maintenance of elementary
c. Expenses of Instruction, opera
tion nnd maintenance of secondary
d. Expenses of Instruction, opera
tion und mnlntenunce of normal, even
ing, vocational und Bpeclul schools.
e. Combined expenses of Instruc
tion, operation nnd maintenance of
schools of ull kinds.
f. Miscellaneous expenses.
The liureau of Education, which Is
u brunch of the Department of he In
terior, Is making a very great number
of investigations throughout the Unit
ed States nnd their valuable reports
are of great benefit to tho school sys
tems In ull localities;
5 1 tt tt.tt txtttttttzxttxtxtxtttxan
As mi Interesting evldenco of pres
ent day tendencies In religious thuuKht,
we note the charges of Itev. Dr. UurriH
agnlriHt Itev. Chus. M. Stuurt. editor
of tho Northwestern Christian Advo
cate. Dr stuurt Is one of the roost
able men In the Methodist, church, und
as president or tho Garrett lllbllcal In
stitute has it great Influence.
Dr. IluniH says In his pamphlet:
"Whin tho Methodist Kplseopal
church ulluwH Its ministers tu tench
that the future life Is u probationary
Hate, exactly us Is the present state.
Its well. constructed system of govern
ment will not prevent Its rapid decuy.
Tho conditions are absolutely
of Scripture, hut says, 'No Intelligent
or morally earnest person accepts tho
Jiniie us a whole.' Ho puts no em
phasis on Christ's death, but on tho
ethical element In the life of Christ.
Ilhe condition are absolutely
ularmlng. Young men from our the
ological school urq preaching the
'myths of miracles,' denying the Im
maculate conception, and the physical
resurrection of Jesus, the 'antiquated
IdeuH" of a personal devil, und the
Genesis account of the creation. All
who maintain the old'iloctrlues are rid
iculed us 'old fogy" and "moss grown.
Thus many men aro carried away or
Illshop lierry (if
tho same church
A bargain If told at one. Six rooms,
3 Jjedroomi gat, electric light, city
water, iev,er. Fine retldence street,
Makikl. If told on or befor Aprll"30
can be' bought for $2000. Easy termt;
DURING YOUR ARSDNCH
FROM Till: ISLANDS we nro
prepared to mnnngeyour estate,
und look nfter yonr Interests
here. You will find It greatly
to your advantage to place the
management of your affairs with
a responsible concern.
Como nnd see ut, ns to terms.
824 DCTHEL 8TRCET
'As modernism In Methodism waxes,
Methodism wanes. As she grows l)roud,
In her theology, she shrinks In mem-
bershlp. Methodism outgrows tho HI-
hie when It teaches Its teachers to
crltlcle tho Dlblo rather thun Iiuvo It
What a hubadoo about wnnlng Meth.
odlsm and shrinking membership!
What do they signify In tho face of
Truth. nnyhowT One of tho blessed
things nbout the religion of Unitarians
Wl AE all know that developer gives the WjA
E$j? Therefore we mix ours fresh every day b??
J5j$ then we develop by hand to see results. gjg
Oj Take no chances. Go to GTJRREY'S (DQj
Is thnt believers In It huvo no rear of man's growing knowledge of the unl
what a discovery of truth may do to verso and his own iisplrng moral rut-
Kulmukl Ave., Kulmukl; !
room cottage, with lot,
Ilulldlng lots, Palolo Hill, Manoa
Valley and Kulmukl.
llouso and lot, Palolo ltd 2200
Houses For Rent
Wala.lae Hd 3 11. It. IGO.OD
Munoa Valley 2 " 7C.00i
Manoa Valley i " 7G0O
9th und Puhoa Ave 2 " 40.00
Keeaumoku & Domlnls..2 " CO'OO
Kewalo , .
I'awaa, nr.'KIng St
12CC Matlock Ave.
It uted by the butlnett man who
appreclatei the value of time
It. That Is what every Unitarian
wants. The truth, the. whole truth,
und nothing but the truth!
In October lust the Preshjtcrlans nt
Lontl Reach were trying u certuln Dr
Duy for heresy. He denied uinong till
er things thut Jonah wus swullowed by
a whale. Hut there wus dllllculty In
ugreement It wus found thut the
"whole church structure wuh riddled
with heterodox doctrine,"
At the Methodist, conference, nlso.
I Dr. Stlllirt hint Ills stMlllieh defender,,
I All the young nnd old progressive
were on his side.
The Presbyterian church of Dundee,
Scotland, ministered to liy Itev. Wal
ter Walsh, "whose power has been felt
on both sides of the Atlantic." hns
..-unit. uui u u vviioir in luvor or unerar
religion. The following Is n part of
"The church of today Is nn undog
tnatlc nnd unseetnrliin Kfulet. tlil,,)i
Bp0i(H . Internret life nnd Mm mnM.nu
the light of growing knowledge and
expanding hunum need,
"y0 encourage the evolution of free,
spiritual and universal rellelan. un.
trammelled by ecclesiastical machin
ery, and unfettered by creed: nnd It
desires fellowship with those of every
faith who cherish like Ideuls.
"Wo seek to fulfil our purpose
through tho united worshlo of one 1)1-
vino as Increasingly made known In
11. H. 15 00
llouso and Lot, Tnlamn t 1,650
House and Lot, Palamn 2,00
Houto and J.bt, Asylum Rd. ... 1,700
Ruslness Property, Queen St. . . 15,000
Ilutldlng Lot, I)eretanta"st. ... 35,000
House nnd Lot, 12th' Ave., Knl-
mukl i J.2W
Dulld'lnc 1-ots, JCewalo ".'.'.. '.... 1.000
Business Property, Kukul I.ano 3,000
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Gecond Floor, Judd Building
T L. , -L-.S-LJ .f-l
has been demonstrated Miptrlor
In luuid development
Especially with such n wonder
ful equipment ns wo have JtiBt
Installed u duplicate of thut
Used' by tho Ilustinun Kodalc
factory the. only up -to -dutn
plant In the Islands.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
lure; through the teaching and pn-nch-Ing
of Justice, brotherhood, humanity,
mercy, love arid pence. In their widest
Chief Thurston of Honolulu tiro de
pnrtmont has unsigned one of tho re
cently received motor chemical engines
tu .Makikl station, und the. transfer or
the lateht und most approved lire
lighting apparatus will be effected to
day. jIio two new engines huvo been
given a thorough trial, not only ut
the hands of lYed Ayres, who enmo
down front the Coast as tho represen
tative of the Seugravo company, hut
by several members ot thu depart
Kvery elevation within tho limits of
tli3 city or Honolulu traversed by a
sultuhle I oad way has been scaled with
the powerful truck.
Klru Chief Thurston has now attend
ed to tho "loading" of tho machines.
It Is tho Intention to give tho horho
drlven hose, wagons heretofore sta
tioned ut .Makikl u general overhaul
ing. Some minor repairs are needed
to puree the reels In ilrst-cluss work
The Makikl hose wngon will bo kept
at central station following tho Instal
lation of the motor chemical engine ut
th residential district.
Demonstrator Avren watt ttiimir,,i
among tho departing pusiengerH for
the. Coast In the Wllhelmlnit yester
day The chemical enirliipfl hnvn nnw
been ottlvlally accepted by tho super
visors mill inn nro eliler.
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Twelvn houses, are reiuirlod tn litiv
been blowp ilowrr durhjg a cyclnnu
which struck Itlvcrslde, Ala.
That's what our Diamonds aro.
Our ttock it particularly clean
and flawltit, and the variety
embraces every alio and color.
In mounted ttonea Wo have an
Immente attortment of Rings,
Droochot, 8carf Pint, Lavallltra,
Pendants, etc, tet with' Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap.
phlret, and all pre'clout and
tern(; precious ttonet.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
, Leading Jewelers
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