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EVENIN'O DULLETIN, HONOLULU, . !!., THURSDAY, MAR. 17, 1010.
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,'ruth crushed to earth shall rise i
'tf again: I
Ejhc eternal years of God arc hers:
jut error, wounded, writhes with I
IJAnd dies amour his worshipers.
ffi, ' Bryant.
Jll'liltadclphl.i wisely postponed the
t, Patrick's mass during the strike.
hi order to prcent any unhappy i
t ions of the day.
;jiieros jo iroianu, tne eomury mat
.... ... ...
uas rivpii tne worm us greatest men
f(t which Is ot unable to deliver
Uslt from bondage.
Jt may bn that the Senatorial shite
VSM dovcloued In the councils ,,r nn
L$-cullva committee oilier than the
ptopubllcau Territorial Committee.
iW'lion lining up business candi
dates for tho Territorial Senate. It
iytU bo'it c6od Idea to reckon Hon
.,'eull Drown In the list of live onus
lud popular ones.
filluwnli umild he St. lnti let's
i.lnntest balhur nlnri fiiitnliti. nlil
'"Veljud. The suakes are absent, and
hfr peoplo are so like the Irish at
' lines in being at war among them
J Honolulu by exaggerating un-
Mcnsnnl conditions that often urlc
fu'iii1o tnoio needless harm to the
glands generally In one day than
pit, bo repalied In month;, of promo-
it should ho noted that one of the
post recent arrivals to maKo a nolso
Jiout Honolulu's transportation fu
ll 1 it leu was guaranteed passage nt
,11c Ilrst steamship office ho visited
lirt the Stock Kxchango recoid be
Vhut it may, you may bank on It
hat there has been no depreciation
n tho valuo of securities nnd prop
rij; that Honolitlu offers the people
ho want ceitalu lcturn un their
HANDLING PLAGUE EXAG
GERATION Only an evil reputation can 1
alned for tho Territory of Hawaii
shouting "plaguo" from tho
niiRnlfiiiu. wlinn lint, n fr.-innntt nt
j lint evil repute Is Justtlled.
livery print lp.il American 'dlj .Mid
jMtiUi few smaller Iuwub with harboia
n Uio l'arjllc Cn.lV. havo aal expo-
leDA-es wllli plague durlnu tho l.if t
vojyuars. In nil thofo c'tie.-i, with
lothblo exceptions on specltl occi-
loffd in Honolulu, tho dlsiiso has
)e. liuiKttca wittioui unnecessarily
R tlarjrijig tho .people In miy ui
j itaficcr particularly In this elty and
lumighont these Islands, any out.
ircalc of tho uIscieo has been met
y "Jlgorous measures that liavo put
I Injmedlately under control. Thero
s not the slightest reason to doubt
htitho ieal nnd Imaginary plaguo
:atsl on the Island of Hawaii will
o handled in tho samo successful
' Meanwhile, if tho Promotion Com-
t Jnltt'e'o or the sauo business men ot
lies'e' Islands feel that three plague
nsejt or a dozen cases call for exon
erated advertising of. garbled .facts,
litjb Is po way lu which they can it'.
'Aiii'iiIiI nufiiu In 11 neighborhood
iwii nnisu In pi.nur mooting 11 ml
alif "ilrcddcrln and tlbterln, I been
nilKhley meat! nlggi'i- In m lliur. 1
iiwlru heap er tips nnd downs spec
iillff downs Blnco I Joined do church
f, syilo chickens nnd watermelons, I
jsusbfd, I )on got drunk, 1 l!t craps,
slushed udder coons wld iny razzer.
pndiM done a sight or udder things;
iitrtiinnK tho .good uiwfi. reiiuprii
iiilielHtcrhi, I' utAcr .vet lot "mv
4iJonB' "t hii tifi it.ptftd ..a
freitht '.-ilc tc a Jj.-ks: ta I'.'.itv-
ataf A t-ii Mib sclrrlsa 4iri;ti;.-.R
nh3;in fcsi fcei J f;j;eU arsuajl
,sit y.e:,; v;:a, 3. -f tKfiw la lie c?a
ftf thtutouniV. thn ,60$t' npp$tt0
Igmrlfil'lilni'lu iHmrlij) (hie tag 11111
lope, ThU'g.ivo lb! iicgio'liruliijiiiuji
jim-Ii coili-ern. Ho liuiilcd 10 Iho coi.
".Mnreo.CiWilge..' ho cried, "for do.
Inqd'BMko.Wioi'p y'p niickb to put
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
l"et Sl Motrins.. 0 .fto
rr Vur, npbct( in U.S I.uu
Pel Year tnrnhtrc n Catiidi,. I. no
Pet Yrtr ntpM, lottln 3.UO
Cnttred ftt the Todtotticc lit HotPotuJo
at second-clttf mtttrr.
MARCH 17, 1010
the cily and Territory moro injury
without accomplishing the slightest
leclprocal good for the Improved
sanitation of tho plantations or ls-
IU1IU IUW11H, Ulilll Uy UKlZUlg HID flU
with scaro tniu and headlines,
SUGAR FREIGHTS AND
I.el your opinions be what they
may, ou must havo the Hull -
tin, If jnu want the news. There
Is no nioio important matter before
the leaders of Hawaii's Industry to
day than the transportation of the
bulk of their outgoing freights.
Handled with n view to promoting
Uio broad community Interests, thn
subsidy of freights can be nude the
basis of greater progress for this
city and the Islands generally. Dealt
with In a narrow, purely selhsti
May, it can set the Islands back ten
yeais or more In their development.
Thiough the cntet prise of the
U u 1 1 e 1 1 n the plans that are on
Coot In connection with this para
mount transportation problem havo
been put befoie the people. Kverj-
cue In the Territory has the oppor
tunity to he heard before the bar
gain Is closed, n ml If thu'lnllucnw
r.oln Is closed, nnd It tho Inlluenw
of Individual'! Or organizations
counts for anything, .they have
cnen way to -make that Influence felt
! community BiViwlli and liuwull's
This paocr hcllivcs tho Carrying
iiutnict should be given in' tho coin
l any (fiat will give, with a llrst
class freight service, tho largest ic
cjprocal iicconimodatlons for passen
ger trufllc between these Islands nnd
Sugars of Hawaii are just as much,
the sugars of (he tliousjnds of stock
holders In the Islands ns they aro
of the Sugfr I-'nctors Co., Ltd., and
tho disposition ot the freights by
the managers In charge of tho
freighting should he mado with u
careful legard for nil stockholders,
sonio of whom nir.y have other In
tel cats than their sugar securities,
but who arc devoting all their ener
gies In every lino of business 'to the
itplmlldll.g of theso Islands.
Passenger business has had un In
significant pltico In thn limiting of
previous contracts. An evidence of
our progicss should he the serious
consideration of tho passenger trnr
flc when the carrying contract for
sugary for Eastern delivery Is sign
ed up' this scar.
TEN DOLLAR PflU TAX.
I'ull lax ten dollars, with an
eight dollars leh.ite for- tho volcr
Who will go to the polls nnd cast
his ballot on iegulo,r election days.
'This-Is one ot the propositions put
before the people of Massachusetts
iutiod'iiced and discussed In the Leg
islature of that State.
First off. It sounds llko a freak,
but the principal supporter of tho
measure nt the hearing before tho
legislative committee was tho act
ing president of tho Kssex County
Associated llouids ot Trade, rind ho
was seconded by tho president ot
tho Lynn Hoard of Trade. So It Is
well vouched by business mon, mid
they are presumed to oppose freaks.
Tho purpose, of tho bill Is to get out
tho vote, UjIh not ;i blow at the
alien, but a 'pointed leiniiulcr for tho
1' . .
Nora, had liei-n lold lo bay nt tho
door that her mlKliem was not at
homo when certain cullers appeared
upon (ho scene. It cWdcntly went
much against tho grain for her to mnko
herself rosiionsiblo for oven mi small
11 white, lie, but she promised to do so
and, with certain modifications, 'she,
kept her word. ' '.
'..I.. II.. 11I....I ..I l.i'...4') N.I...1
it tilt was t,;.?. jir. ssiui.'t
lie ait'." tali t-li siiii, 'tut hinn
hfi.p Kir if ou &th. iif agiia 1 11
net lola twoiee " laissdy ihin'. '
A ii:;h frescJi?? R 4rl en ta ia
Mternffgn apppntmont through p. pfiur
lug rain, tuiill-nt ho iinteiud Iho i:oiln
try church Ijo shoo'c hlpisi'lf uipl ro
nuiikt'd; "I am wot to 111 skin; w
will I ovi. piencb today."
Wlu-rmipon nno of llin sisters stand
ing by, leinarkcd: "t nloig Iplo tho
'. n -..,J.m'.uvofy,i.m,, it
(Itlzcns who whltio ntul snarl be
cause the government Is not so good
as It ought to be, nnd then assist
t)ie government In becoming worso
by not coming out to vote. It strikes
at the poekctbook of tho voter, tint!
It Is generally conceded that the
poekctbook Is tho shortest route to
the average man's heart these da.
ilrlclly put, the plan Is to tax
the citizen who docs not vote ton
dollars a year for the privilege of
being' Indifferent. Tho lax Is re
duced to two dollars n 5 ear for tho
citircu who docs his duty.
Tlio advocate of the hill, In Ills
remarks before the legislative lom
tulttcc, stated that the associated
boards of trade for which he spoko
included business urgnnlratlons of
the cities of Lawrence, Haverhill,
Gloucester, Salem, Lynn, I'cabody,
Snugus and I.ynnflcld. This Is n
sulllclcht certificate that n good
number of hard-headed business men
arc behind the measure.
In explaining their attitude nnd
the reasons for their support, thn
leader of the combined business
"They arc business organizations
purely, and know no race distinc
tion, no creed, no political organiza
tion'. They exist only for tho prog
ress of Kssex' county, and tho pur
pose of this bill is to Induce sonic
thought on this question. Tho flist
duty of the good citizen is to exer
cise his right of clcctivo franchise.
Kor over ISO years, on every forum,
the peoplo have been educated to
exercise the franchise, and tho In-
.! , ,1.1- .,..,.. ,.. I .......... a-
uiiii-iunix- o mi muj i iuura-
lug. rather than decreasing, In splto
of all tho Instruction they have re
ev have re-
ceived, nil that lias been said as to
"It Is this Indifference of the cit
izen that brings the form of the city
and town governments we havo In
soma communities today. I bellevn
that every citizen should exercise his
franchise, and if there was the gen
eral cxcrclso of tho clcctivo fran
chise that wo should havo thero
would be no need of government b7
"Our purpose Is to put this leg
islation In this form rather than as
a penalty, although It really Is a
penalty. It Is appalling 'when jou
face the Indifference of citizens' to
eMiressing their opinions on a polttL
leal question. The whole couinuint-
Is tob commercially active. They
,wo ,ulvcn.t tll0 llmu to B1,c,1(i
;, ,10ur um, ft ,, ,,,,; ,jowll to
W registered, or to vote."
"In 1909, 111 this Stnto (Mnksn
chtiM'ttH), there were !)l',,c::7 as
sessed polls, and out of Ibat number
only 570.721 were registered. There
were 3.11,91:: cltlciis of this om
monwcalth who did not even mako
the effort to register ut tho State
election. The percentage ot thoso
not eligible to vote last car waB
very Bmall. Certainly all of tho cit
izens who registered must have been
citizens of this country, who wc.rb
ellglblo to cxcrclso their right or
franchise. Out of tho otitlro num
ber registered, 108,087 did not vote
nt the lust State election; .uvcr .a
quarter of tho registered voters dirt
not vote. It was tho biimo nt the
city and town elections, as shown by
document document HI for 1910 just
"Tho percentage of assessed pollB,
not citizens, runs about three and
ouc-huif per cent., through tho
Stale; to you ran bco from the niini
bW of polls assessed that theio were
402,137 who voted and .11 3, 500. who
did not x'otc. Over CO per cent, ot
tho 'citizens of the State did not
vnlii Vmi' Hint 1 tnlfn It mt Will
....v. .... ....... . ....... ..,
agree Is most deplorable state nt
"You gentlemen have personalis
faced It and know what It Is to get
out (the vote nt tho polls. Tho qucs-
Rea! Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the. car line. Price $1750.
Story nd a' half house, modern in
every' particular; suitable for small
family a bargain cither as a homo
or for au investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Palolo ValleyJ
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
r:ve b tinea 'house on T,hurston
avenue. Price $60. ,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
HOUSES FOR RENT
G. Pacific Heights
7. College Hills
11. Kalihi .-,
12. College Hills
Wahiawa 2 $20.00
Kaimuki 3 35.00
Beretania Street 0 45.00
Aiea 3 50.00
School Street 3 40.00
Kaimuki 6 45.00
Thomas Square 2 25.00
Emma Street 4 40.00
Nuuanu Valley 2 30.00
Thurston Avenue 4 40,00
Pawaa 2 40.00
Kaimuki 2 25.00
Young Street and Pawaa Lane 4 25.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
We Arc Offering
... .... 0. ..,,,, ,... .
"' ""; " "; W n"B""l"y,' .'" ",;
!'". "-" " " ""
This nroperty is in one of the
choicest blocks in the entire tract.
' VERY LIBERAL TERMS
For full particulars regarding tub
Bishop Trust Company,
Hon Is how to chaugo It, and I be
lieve that the best way- Is to reach
tho citizen's poekctbook. I do not
bclleye ,l.u compelling n citizen to
vote, hut I believe, that if you
uhllgo 11 man to vote along tho lines
of this bill that tho number who
would uoti come out to voto Is less
than live per Cent, ot tho register
ed vote. Men would hcsltato a long
time before paying 110 and tho men
who hcsltato tho hardest aro your
wealthy citizens. It would obvlato
tho necessity ot thoso gentlemen
who aro oinceliQldcis, or seeking to
be such, getting out the voto. Then
sqo what a largo saving there would
he made. It .Is jiow an. Impossibil
ity for a man to aspire to public
olllce unless lib Is ready to pay out
his money to get out tho vote.
"It Is a deplornblo condition ot
nrfalrs, and 1 do bcllcvo that this
commlttco tan report this bill and
that will thrqw tho wholo matter
Into tho arena ot public discussion.
if you do no mora than roport this
hill In tho House, you throw K Into
tho arena of discussion and out of
that something may come, along this
some lino, of great valuo to tho Com
monwealth. Tho figures of tho lu-
.---..,.... . .. .......... u.
dlffctcnco of the citizen aro really
I appalling If 3011 stop in nnulyzo
thobW llgitrcil. Thlnk'bf It, 91C,63T
who (outd ho registered and vote,
and only 402,187,who voted. Year
Merphant Street! ;
Y0U WILL NOT DOSE A MINUTE
IF YOU USE
Office open on Sunday mornings
from eight to ten.
after )c.ir this Indifference of the
citizen Is getting more pronounced,
it does seem to us who favor good
government and do not favor 10
strlcttxo statutes upon tho privileges
that utme legislation along these
lines will obtain a more general cx
crclso of the elective franchise. I
believe If this committee c:i sen
enough in this bill to report It that
It xvrll bring out tho discussion wo
It Is reported that the committee
men, who nt first took this bill ns
a Joko soon began to think very se
riuusly on its many good features
Thero is much In' It that Is well
woith while, and Hawaii inuy find
that the plan has many advantages
that warrant Territorial legislation.
" 'Itlchcs take unto themselves
wings and fly nwny,' " rend tho
teucher. "Now, boys, can nny ot
you tell me what kind ot riches Is
The bright lud at the foot of tho
class bald: "I reckon they must be
I.lttlo five-year-old I.ola had been
told by her nurse that tho Missis
sippi was sometimes called tho "ra
ther of V -iters."
"You n 1 t bo mistaken, nurse,"
rojolned v - Ight llttlo miss. "It
Jt Is the j- her of Waters It ought
to be cnllc,' Mlstcr-Slppl."
18.'. uitorlal rooms 250 husl
nets office. These are the telephone
nmhr of h Bulletin offlca.
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M. E. CONFERENCE
IS NOW BEING HELD
, Report Read
At tho fifth annual conference of
the Methodist KplBcopal Church, which
Is being held In this city, Is presided
over by Dlshop Hughes who said this
.uornlng that: "Our Mission waa
founded heie only six years ago. and
that 19 members of tho M. H. Church
In these Islands were now taking the
examination ns candidates for holy
Thero were several distinguished
visitors from tho mainland present,
who mndu brief nddrcsscs. notably:
tlev. Mr. Ilovard. editor ot tho Chris
tian Advocate, who stated that: "Un
cle Sam was planting great defences
on this Island and that Hawaii would
bo a hinge upon which tho Union
vouId turn and that It wan our duty
to remain steadfast In tho faith as
tho eyes of the whole world wero upon
us and wo must not go backward it)
religious work but over forward."
Dr. H. Talmage, a iclativo of tho
?rcat divine preacher of that namo
was next introduced, after which Mr.
1. I-'. Mooro, international traveling,
"ecretnry of tho Y. M. C. A. was ark
ed to speak to tho nudlence. Mr. Mooro
Moko brlclly but to tho point. He
I congratulate you Koreans.!
Japanese and Chinese converts to
clnlstlnnlty for tho firm stand yon
hnvo taken by putting tin the nrmoi-
of righteousness for Iho bcttrmcnt of
the community nt large. Limit yojir
preaching to Jesus Christ so that your
uinlstry may bo blessed and that your
reward may bo great lu tho scrvlco
you havo taken tip. May you men go
foith to do tho great work which 11
bountiful Suvtotir has given you."
Tho annual report by tho llev. .7.
W Wndman was then read, from
which tho following Interesting data
was gleaned: Thero aro 71 Methodist
Mission Stations In tho'Tenltory: 21li
converts wero baptized last ear;317
new members Joined Iho church dur
ing the Inst twelve months; $:,200 was
collected for tho upkeep of these mis
sions by Japanese. Chlneso and Korean
residents of the Territory.
very Interesting map was display
ed on the walls of tho' church, llus-
trntlve of the mission's activity In
these Islands. This map was executed
by Mr. C. S. Kim. Dr. Wn.lmin ulnt
ed that six now mission stnllons uul
been opened during lljo past jear and
that thrcj new chapels had been bill It.
A sum of J2;l.0ii hud b-jen raised In
this city for the new church, which ho
thought was a Blowing tribute to tho
work that wn 1 being done.
There rik finun Koieans In Hawaii
consigned l" lb" eiro of the Metho
dist Church nnl li evnnwllsts. As
tho report ot each station's progress
was read the various pistors mso nnd
weio greeted by Illslum lli.cl,,.
Tho following cimmitloen wore elep.
ted to servo fftr tho ensuing voar:
Standing, Hb Und Tracts: C P
11011B 1. S. Kim V. Vnmoka. Homo
Missions and Climth Extension: 0.
Motubnwn, J. T. Jones, IC. (!. J.oo. Con
ferenci. notations: If. s. Klin. J W
Wndman, (1. Moloknwn. iMiinctloh:
I' rank U. I.ee V. Ynntitct O. II. Mln.
Sunday Schools and Hpworlh Lea
gues: Mrs. J. T. Junes C. I'. Hong
C. Nnltainuia. I'ratcrual Itclatlon nnd
Itcsnliitlons: Itob3lt 8. Ollilt J. Alorl.
111010-, H. Toklniasa. Korolgn Mlebloni-
mtk, ai. a. .muck, C. T. Cllol, II. K.
Shin. Tcnineianco: John M. Martin
U. S. Kim. S. I. Yce. Sabbath Ob
servance: William Knott. Mrs. J. W.
Wadman, C. N'nkamurn. Examinations:
C. Nnknniura, J. W. TVndman, .1. T.
Jones C. 1'. I tunc N'ntiiln!iil,mn. n
II. Mln, C. Nakttinuru, J. W. Wudinnn.
I'ubllc Woishrp: Tho Honolulu l.is.
irs. v.onicrcnco I'rogrntn: J. V. Wnd
man, !'. I,. I.qo, (1. Mntoknwa. ICdllors
and rubllshers: Hawaiian (lokyo (Jn
pnneso Christian Advocate) editor fi.
akau!llra. Hawaiian Korean Advo
cato, editor C. H. Mln. Schools: Mrs.
Maine II. Wadman: Itlver St. Japan
eso It. Fiikumoto; King St., S. Nn
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY
IN THE MORNING
(Continued from, Vt& I) .
new homo on Hotel slreot, and tho
affair Is Just one of tho bust. Huro,
all the bo)s In town nro thore at
PILES CURED IN 6 TO H DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Films Developed at
the present minute, and, beforrX.
there Is heaps of fun. "'
The genial Jack has put on el
gant spread on his tables, and ltt
waiters aro Wd put to It to nana
around'portlons of the animal that
pays the "rlnt." And wco drops ot
11, nrnoihnr nrn also In evidence,
but, glory bo to goodness, tho ads
arc nil taking water wld a sthlck
Tonlnht nil the Irishmen in tno
country will congregate at tho Dro
Icr Hall, where a suitable program
to the day celebrated will finish pC
tho festivities for this year.
Tho Irishman Is to ho found alt
over tho world, nnd, sure, tho best
Hngllshmen In the llrltlsh army nrn
Irishmen! Sure, look at Kitchener
anil the other champions. Tho Sir
dar will be here' at the end of this
month, nnd the local lrishmon
should mnko nn effort to honor hlw
In some special manner.
This cvcnlng.pnjmlses to bo a
very cnJo)nblc one, and tho palrpn
balnt or .Ireland will be honored In
mapy n toda-water store. Brln Oo
WHERE IS THE &DEN BESSEt
(Continued from Page 1)
thousand dollars was spent in making
tho. venerable, vessel Bcaworthy and
place her In condition to carry th-j
shipment of scrap iron.
Tho work also Included tl)C Installa
tion of n five Inch steam centrifugal
pump which Is believed would coio
with nny onllnnry leakage that might
be caused by tho vessel meeting wllh
Tho Alden Hesse Is n craft of wood
aO'' ''lis been In more or less constant
'service slnco 1871. Ileforo coming
lwn here tho hark was engaged In
coasting trado along the west coast of
America, sno was operated uy tho
Mexican Trading Company and after
word camo down hero and remained
ut tho harbor for ninny months, a con
spicuous flguro nt tho ..local "Botten
flow." . " i
Captain Miller' Jias tho reputation ot
being a careful navigator. Ho Is be
lieved will tako bis ilm'o In making
tho passago to Southern California
and to avoid running Into, anything
savoring or real bad woathor If possi
ble. Within the next few days'; news
from tho Aldcn Hosso will nwaltpd
with Interest, f
Small Howard happened to "be
spending a couple of weeks In the
country during the cold weather and
writing o hi nlh.Pi -
' " ""J, 8 m?xeT w!udeu
lls fo,low : ' can't write any
more, for my toes are so cold I can't
hold a pen."
Tommy," said tho teacher to
small pupil In tho crnmmnr phu
"what aro tho dead languages?"
"Languages tliut w'cro killed by
being studied too hurd," was 'the
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I Children's I
I Barefoot- 1
I Sandals I
I About 100 pain chil- I
H dren's tan Bare -foot
Sandals .'Sizes 10 to 2.
I Former Price ..,'..... I
M $1 and $1.25
I Shoe Co., Ltd., I
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