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THB WHKKIW HILO TRIBUNE, HIU), HAWAII, MUD AY, AUGUST 7, 1903.
SOME FAMOUS BRANDS
Is something that every
good citizen should have
Which gained the Gold
Medal at Paris, 1900, and
The Wines and Brandies
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Against All Other California Wines.
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Houses Wired and limited.
In accordance with the rules of tlie Na
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A complete block of
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Fan Motors nt reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, Hcd nud Desk Lamps i
etc., always 011 hand. !
Fan Motors . . . $15:
Sowing Machino Motor 201
Power for operating them $1 a month
Just received, new stock of Shades of.
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
and Fan Motors. '
lintimates furnished on all classes of 1
Klectric.il Work and Contracts taken to '
install apparatus complete. I
Matson Navigation Co.
The only Direct Ihie between San Fran-,
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following Fast Sailers
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- Oyster Hny, L, I., July 16.
j President Roosevelt is deeply inter
icsted in (lie proposed financial lcg
j islaliou. A student of affairs, he
I has noted for n long time the neces
sity of financial legislation of a
remedial character, and today he
expressed to Senator Lodge of Mas
sachusetts his desire that early nc-
tiou upon the subject should be
taken by Congress along the Hues
of his recent message. Indeed, it
, can be said he hopes action will be
I initiated at the extra session of
Congress which will be called Mon
day, November 9.
Senator Lodge arrived today and
passed the day with the President
at Sagamore Hill. He is a member
of the Alaskan Houndary Cotnmis
.sion, which is to begin its sessions
in London early in September. " Be
fore sailing for Knglaud tomorrow
on the steamer Cedric he came to
Oyster Bay to consider with the
President, among other things, the
work of the commission. He left
this evening for New York. Before
his departure Senator Lodge gave
to the Associated Press a statement
concerning his conference with the
President. In this statement the
President's hopes regarding finan
cial legislation arc reflected.
"We discussed," said Senator
Lodge, "a variety of topics, includ
ing the work of the Alaskan
Boundary Commission, which is to
begin in London early in Septem
ber." "Yes," the Senator continued, in
response to an inquiry whether he
has discussed with President Roose
velt the proposed extra session of
Congress, "we considered it at some
"You know, of course, that an
extra session is to be called to meet
on November 9, immediately fol
lowing the fall election. This ses
sion will be called primarily for the
purpose of enacting legislation ap
proving the Cuban treaty which
was ratified by the Senate last
spring. The President hopes, how
ever, as I (bo, that we shall be able
to take up for discussion the finan
cial legislation on lines of his mes
sage." "Did you discuss with the Presi
dent any specific financial measure?"
"No; not at nil No specific bill
was under consideration. The
preparation of a measure of that
kind is the work of Congress itself.
It was understood when the Senate
adjourned last spring that the Com
mittee 011 Finance would propose a
remedial financial measure during
the recess. The committee is now
engaged 011 the work. I assume
that the House Committee on Bank
ing and Currency, also, will take up
the subject, but I am not informed
whether it is the intention of that
committee to begin the considera
tion of the subject before the extra
session shall convene.
."As I noted, the President is
deeply interested in this proposed
legislation, and it is his hope dud
desire that early action may be
taken by Congress to remedy exist
ing financial conditions."
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Frtiiiclinii'ii Hold Impii'M 011 Ameri
An inquest has been started in
Paris as to the relative qualities and
defects of the journals of France
and of the United States. It is not
the less interesting for the obvious
fact that it can reach no definite
conclusion. Discussion, like many
another exercise of the human fac
ulties, is worth while for the fun
there is in it and for the indirect :
but healthful effect on the partici
pants. The organizers of the in
quest bethought themselves of get
ting opinions from journalists 011
this side of the ocean, and these
were given witli tlmt frankness
which characterizes most persons
employed about American news
paper offices, whatever may be their
particular functions. The frank-1
ness was not tempered in all cases j
with that tact for which our Paris-1
ian confreres arc noted, and some of 1
the criticisms have elicited responses
iti which also tact "brille par son
absence," so unfortunate is the ag-'
gravating effect of a fault of this
sort. Our Parisian friends were ,
especially hurt at the intimation
that Frcnclf journalists, and French-'
men generally, lacked intelligent,
curiosity as to tlie affairs of other
nations and that their papers were I
given up to the frivolity of the '
boulevards. Against this double1
charge they cite the honorable work '
done in the most serious manner by
Voltaire and Taine, with reference
to the society and literature of Kng-'
land and by De Tocqueville for the
United States. As to frivolity, they
quote, to our discomfiture, many a '
news article lrom t lie American
press dealing with the dress, the
food, the behavior, and the belong
ings of women who have no claim
011 public attention.
In a general way, to paraphrase
a famous remark of Heine, every
country has the newspaper it de
serves. From the best papers of
France, and especially from their
discussion of public affairs and of
literature and art, there is much to
be learned for the journalists of
other countries and particularly of
our own. So far from being frivo
lous or incurious or shallow, they
are frequently acute, searching,
well informed, and, above all, cour
teous and self-respecting. And in
the mere professional technique, in
the writing of their language, in
lucidity, .animation, sureness of
aim, and effectiveness of presenta
tion, they have a standard of their
own which is not only different
from ours but is, on the whole,
But they appeal mostly to a
smaller number of readers than do
the American journals which most
nearly approach them in this matter
and to a class with more definite
tastes and more harmonious ideals.
It is noteworthy that in the French
journals that seek successfully to
obtain large circulation the excel
lence of the writing is not main
tained; gives way, indeed, in some
instances, to carelessness and other
faults pretty rapidly.
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How the Mayor Hot Even.
In retaliation for criticism Mayor
Sidney A. Vaughn of Logansport,
Iud., appointed four editors of the
Daily press as special policemen.
The mayor was authorized to ap
point the policemen at the last
meeting of the common council.
They are to guard the baseball
park, which is out of the city limits,
and at which four games are played
on Sunday. The police board de
clined to allow its regular men to
be detailed for this duty, holding
that it was liable to indictment if
it sanctioned Sunday baseball play
nig by the presence of its officers.
The daily papers took the matter
up, and, in discussing it, ridiculed
the pioposed appointments as a
move upon the part of Viughn to
establish a private police force of
his own. In retaliation the mayor
named the nianauiim editors of the
two papers and the city editors of I the above statements regarding this
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