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Unr .liimii(N( Contributor,
mid often feol discouraged'.' lt'sutorrl- ' , , . .,
Mo lifo to load. Don't suffer In this 1 here an poor mortals who would
way any moro. Out strong ami well. 'lfl prostrate on the ground. If their
vanity, their egotism, or their self
ishness did not hold them tip. So
with even some, if not all rulers of
nations of the world. Look at the
Kmperor of China. The chair of
state which he occupies is not padded
with downy cushions of case. Un
comfortahlc and timorous he sits
and looks on, while the Empress
Downga orders this to be done, that
to be undone. The life of this
Marionette is embittered by the con
stant fear of some insidious death.
Turning our passing attention to
1 the Ottoman Umpire, we see another
I hapless sovereign there, sitting on
Follow Hip nitvlopof Mr. Thomas Prltcliaril,
of Atlelalilr, South AuMratla. HUo Bends us
her lwtoj;raili nml mjsi
"1 hail a tcrrililo Illness which left my i
nerves all unstrung, 1 hail severe, headaches, I
able disposition, a dashing spirit, a
keen sagacity, an unwavering wi
all these unite in his character.
era of his blessed reign is called
5? Volcano Stables & Trans. Go.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
"Mciji," or the Age of Enlighten-, This is tin; oulj line of stages making regulnrttrlps between Kiui nml 1 1 ilo and
tncut Hmv well it tvnifits his till- l"kiig ' tile Volcano of Kllnuen.
UlClll. llOtt WCII It lpillLS HIS till T1lt(.,,,iv ..,, ,...,.... l, ..,,,. TllWulllV H.w.n.,nnr,,.m..1.... 1III...I
noon, iii. nre lauded In either Pnhnln or Hotiunpu tlic same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kiliuu mid Milium I.oa are ttinile both on
.irrival ami deKirture.
One of'the most striking features
of our Emperor's daily life is the
severity with which he treats his
own body and with which he at
tends the general affairs of state.
Through the four seasons he wears
a frock coat, never allowing his
court officials to indulge in loose
the hours which lie devotes to the
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via llilo Knilroml nml Volcano Stupes :
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a n u. a 2.
3.2. & S 5
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lie is minctual. , ? 2.5.2
n i T-. i . i-.it. rtrt
business of the dav beinir from oa. ! 3"5 ?l , S. o2
' " ' -E 5- O
At Moderate Prices.
Indication, steepness, and my nerves . t, jmportn,lt throtlC omnipotent
wcro Just as weak ns they riuilii be. I then i
tried Aycr's SarsaparllU and 1 bCRan to Ini- . In reality, the Sllltatl is a men
... . ..u tf H,tn(llii Atiimljl HIV '
Jtmiu Ul nine. ii J u-;iiiv in" !-"
digestion Improved, and my nerves became
truti and steady "
Thcro aro many Imitation " 8arsai)arlllas."
Ilo suro you get Aycr's.
Uso Aycr's l'llls with tho &irararllla.
Thcsoaro purely vegetable pills. They euro
constipation, biliousness, sick headache.
puppet. Again, look at the Tsar.
Sec how he solemnly scratches his
aching head. The Tsar, whose
will has been conjectured as the law
of the Russian Kmpire, is by no
means such a mighty monarch.
Beyond his court, his "long arms,"
which are commonly said to be
capable of reaching up to the
heavens, can not be extended, his
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I government being tangled up in
i network of bureaucracy.
In what condition do you find the
1 Kaiser? The arrogant spirit of his
quick-blooded puerility seems to in
toxicate him so much that he often
I abused his sovereign right. Acting
in defiance of the will of his people.
I The army is the only tool as well
i as the only shield of his court. Uc
jwarc, a wise man would have said,
of a careless boy holding a sword
Unlike the life and conditions of
the sovereigns epitomized above,
His Mnicstv Mntsiihitn our Emner-
wnen you neeu a arm can aud Edward VII, King of Great
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Britain, are the two ideal prototypes
of the Constitutional sovereign.
Seated firmly as tbey are in the
hearts of their subjects, who should
be surprised at their ever-growing
glory and popularity. Are both of
Their Majesties not manifesting
themselves living illustrations of the
way of happiness to the rest of the
world's sovereigns? Are the sub
jects of Their Majesties not in a
position to congratulate one another
each on their blessed sovereign
whom they can call "our King"
and "our Emperor?"
Here, let us see. What makes
our present Emperor so dear to our
hearts? His personal character.
What makes his subjects, man aud
woman, old and young, so loyal?
His personal character. What
makes the Emperor so progressive
and so powerful? His personal
character. Naturally then it will
lead us to a survey of this wonder
ful personal history, aud of his uni
que court life. The present Em
peror, born 011 November 3, 1852,
is of the long and unbroken line of
one hundred and twenty ancestors
who sat before him on the throne
which was set up six hundred and
sixty years before the Christian era.
Just think of it, the oldest of the
royal family in Europe is that of
Capet which, however, is compara
tively young, as it dates no further
back than the ninth century. And
it remains now in the Parisian so
ciety as a rare relic of a by gone
royal family. The Savoy, the
Brunswick, the Baden and so forth
go back only to the eleventh
century. Hut our Imperial line, as
already mentioned, started long be
fore the battle of Marathon was
recorded, long before the songs of
Homer were recited; Since then
m. to 4 p. in. To official docu
ments presented by his cabinet
ministers, he is never known to
have given his sanction or veto
without first inquiring into the na
ture of them, comparing them with
preceding ones, and pondering over
their merits or demerits, as the case j 12:15
may be. It is to be hoped'that our
State Ministers, especially, newly
appointed ones, who are in the
wont of attaching the so-called "Me
kurabau," or the blind seals, to
the official papers, will be ashamed
of the indifferent manner in which
they conduct their business.
His Majesty, we hear, is so well
posted in the laws and ordinances,
past aud present, that a certain
premier, whose administrative
knowledge is below par, used
to perspire, caused by thrilling
shame, whenever an audience was
given to him.
When Marquis Ito aud Marquis
Yamagata held the portfolio of
State, each in his turn enjoyed
somewhat free movements, un
bridled by the firm hand of the
Emperor. No suHi confidence has
ever been placed in any other Prime
Ministers. Thai Count Katsura,
the present premier read off his
speeches in the Diet finds its ex
planation in this wise: the Emperor
requested him to present a copy ot
his speech so that His Majesty
could examine every word and sen
tence which the premier uttered, or
read in the Diet. This, it is hoped,
serves as a side-light which discloses
how untiring is the attention the
Emperor pays to the Diet. When
His Majesty is once convinced of
the wisdom of his course, he main
tains bis way with dauntless cour
age and determines that the govern
ment of the country of his people
shall be by the people and for the
Another light flashes. When the
news of the fall of Port Arthur
reached the capital, military officials,
intoxicated by the victory, laid
great stress on how the chicken
hearted enemy was slain in that
memorable battle, expecting to see
the beams of gladness that would
broaden themselves into a grand
smile in the gracious countenance
of His Majesty. After listening
thoughtfully to what they had to
tell, His Majesty solemnly express
ed his fear of the severe criticisms
that would flash over the wire from
the West. So it came, like a
thunderbolt, as was predicted by
Being reluctant to deviate from
the essential sense of the Constitu
tional sovereign, His Maje.ity keeps
himself always behind the scene.
This accounts for the quietness with
which he works; no meretricious
display, only solid results. He is,
indeed, the keystone of Japanest
politics. He is a luirmoiiier of the
tones of tlie social chouls. In the
person of His Majesty, we can not
fail to recognize the noblest, wisest
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Cotiuecling with Milium Loa.
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v arrival 01 .Manna j.o.i.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Houuapo ,
1 Leaves Honuaiio
Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Aug. 16
Sunday auk. 23 Wednesday Aug. 26
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
A. M. A. M.
. 4:00 1:30
IWedn'sd'y P. M. Otlierdayk
lv Volcano Stables nr
ar Papaikou ar
ar Pepeekeo nr
ar uonoinu nr
:ir Ilnknlnu lv
nr Houoliiua nr
nr Wnikntualo nr
ar Papaaloa nr
nr I.nupahoelioc lv
lv I.nupnlioehoe nr,
ar Ooknla ar
ar Kukalau nr
3 S 2
i 2 t
5 a 5
7. a o
u Z --.
When the weather is too roiifjll for the Kitintt to hind nl I.nupnlioehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Ililo is changed to4:oon.m. on Thursday morning, nnd
the Wednesday stage from I.aupahoehoe to Ilonokaa will be held toconuect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauna I.oa in Houuapo on Sundavs, the
leaving time of the stage for Lnupahoehoe from Ililo is chnuged to 10:00 a. in., nnd
the Ilonokaa stage is held nt I.nup.ihoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
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ltsl Wi !!(!
'' B .-.h. " w laud purest ideals. His descendant
JUKI "WlliskieS lllororCf,B,.,TKIllerCr eVL'r SUl '0t ' le.nplatiug the growing position
on the soil of japan. We are proud I,- lUe jj,,,,, wi ,f)ok ,, M
of Emperor Teuji, who first the blcsswl folUHler of sy!tem to
raiumisiicu me court loriuiuas, nun - which incrcn8illB yeais will bling
who directed his attention to Korea jncreascd ,)0Wcr. j,, shorl( he ,s
in order to make her a tributary the livil,K cm)0(iimem ()f the co, .
state; of Einpeior K.iuimu, who laid stittitioii of Japan,
the capital in Kiyoto; of Emperor! NIKOKU.
kaineyauia, who, with the help ol
Heaven, to which he offered hiui-
self as a sacrifice to save his country,
succeeded in checking the Mongo-
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