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SUNDAY MY is, 1352
Mountain di w uni-,1 ton nits of
A woman gimiall) sets Iipi fne
against It when on attempt to Kiss
Many diseases are but tanclPt) and
tholr treatment fads Hut the doctors
won't acknowledge It
a MddUh the-ler
Loudon Is to have
atcr. giving grand opera In YlddtRh
fc'upiiose we ti It in gibberish'
The law of entail generally means
curtail as far n the lights of others
than the lawers ure i-oueerned
When voure born )ou weep
everyone else smiles If, when
die ever) one else weep nnd
It will show the end of a good
The water cure certalnl) seems to bo
pnectlvo as an arms producer The
only point of difference Is as to the
nieam ndopted Tor keeping tho vic
tims' mouths open
Ilaroness Ilurdctt-Coutts. who is
now tsS )cnrs of oge, pioposes to
watch tho coronation procession of
King IMward VII from the same win
dows from which she saw Queen Vic
torla's piocesston sixt) four )ears ago
China Is to have a general postofflce
H)s(cm under the administration of
Sir Hobert Hnrt What poor Sir Hob
ert has done to be thus Inllicted with
a dcclpheilng of celestial addiesses is
Parisians are moie appreciative of
cartoons than are some Hawaiian. A
statue of (javurnl the carlcatiiilst Is
soon to be erected In Paris and a Ca
varnl ball will be given In his honor,
those present wearing cenlumes that
The power of tho labor unions is
growing apace in New Htigland With
ten aldermen to their credit In New
Haven business men begin to dread
the results of the coming liglslatlvo
elections ns like!) to produce hostile
Hngland Is to have a new gold coin
tho two pound pleco, about tho same
she as our ten dollar piece The trou
ble with tho rank and file of the Urlt-
lull populace Is an Inability to sccuie
an ample supply of the existing one
pound gold pieces.
Tho Sugar Trust, icallzlng the ef
fects of beet sugar competition, has
exchanged its certified checks for oiiO'
half of tho stock In the Michigan ftC'
torles at Hay City, Cairo, Croswcll and
Alma, with one dfrector on the hoard
ot each company The cinch on tho
farmers will come later.
Tho vessel that Is being fitted out
by American manufacturers as an
American floating sample store will
soon start for the western coasts of
Mexico, Central and South America
with samples of merchandise suitable
for the tropical trade, each lino being
tn charge of an expert salesman.
A contract Involving the use of 13,
000 tons of structural steel, baB just
beon closed with tho American Urldge
Company for work on tho big bridge
to bo thrown across tho Mississippi
river for tho uso of a group of rail
ways. Tho structure will be one of
tho largest of Its kind In the world.
Hon. James OlnlBher, metce rologlst,
la 93 years of age I'orty years ago
ho mado a most remarkable balloon
ascension recording a height of 28,000
fent before ho became unconscious
The balloon reached 35,000 feet be
fore his companion, Mr. Coxwell, was
able to pull open the valve and allow
tho balloon's rapid descent.
Ab London has become a little timid
at banker Morgan's monopolies, the
money king's latest scheme Is to guar
nntec the flnnnclng of a project. This
ho tins done, to tho extent of $f 000,
000, In tho case of the underground
transit s)stcm of the Hrlllsh capital.
Incidentally, It mn he mentioned that
Charles T Yerhes of Chicago, is tho
practical and mechanical end of the
The most disastrous news that
reached llnnnlult Inst week related to
tin vnlr.-wi.c disturbance on ,he Wliii'd
of Mnrtinlciue which destroyed tie
town of St Pierre with. It Is behei I
sumo forty thousand people, wtu nre
1 1 iippi oil to Into been burled undo.
the Inwt Meagre as the Inrormuiiin
Is, it rIiows that what was suppos'li)
nn extinct volcano. Mount l'eloc iijd
juildciil) hecomc nctlvo several it.iv
before the final di-eturbanco whi It n
suite! In ,11 li serious dlststir. J Lis
should eihnp, have enabled mnnv e!
the Inhabit ints or St Pierre to L.i(
rnved thett lle had there been ti v
lib of Hie etent of the liili- n li ?
iHngi r, 1 ut the people seem in h cv
rii'mprrii Horn their earls fright mil
w.mlued to meet their death
The vieinlt) of the Atlantic coast r
the I'nlted States has not been so tree
from selstnle disturbances, eatlh-
quakes and tidal waos as has the Pa
cllle Coasf In ISSi, was the gTe.it dis
aster at Charleston South Carolina
Since then weie tho losses at (Lines
ton and both lesultid In hundreds of
fatalities to human life and bund! eels
of thimsands uf dollars worth of dr.m
nge to pioperty and business inter
"ts On tli I'nelflc side of America
there has been nothing worse to le
coid since the eruption ot Mnuiiu i.ou
In IS80 than the MihmeiKinK by n
tew Indies cif liie Island of Cutnlln.i
oft the coast or Southern California
Further south there hae quite rcvnt
It t..,i n u, tl..., ii, . n l....... I ...
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em iie'iu.iiit Hmeii snow iiistinci cnrtii1
wave, and a heaving r the land Hlv
)anK, m. Hciueeiecl tncelher
llrlffo- evr .i ........ ..i.,11118 nll ,I1IH- lex. l.eing one
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1ft 1111 rtPil liV iim filtlira if niii.ii mi.
soundless depth in evei) dlrect'lon
It is to be hoped that the earth I
quakes lu (iimtoninl.i nnd the volcnuit '
eruptions In Muitlnlque nnd posslbl)
! also In the Islands of Ht Vincent nml
Dominica will for the pri'sent at least
have telle. veil the bowels of the earth
or a sufficient quantlt) of the r lent-
up gasses. Living In similar sin round
Infts ns Hie Islands of the West Indies,
we must alwa)s feel that tile Terri
tory of Hawaii is moie or less subject
to sudden eruptions even from what
are supposed to lie such extinct volca
noes ns was the one In Mai Unique1. It
Is not a safe pioposltlnn to bet for oi
against nn outbreak wTIere one nas
picvlousl) existed ill the case of any
niountnln We can only hope that tho
periodical emissions of Kllauea may
lid as a safety alve lo Hawaii, and
that the course of our lives mny be
such ns to find us piepared fur nn)
nml all contingencies
.MULtH WOlt'l II MUNKY.
I'xactl) how maiiv thousands
mules were iie'cded by the United
States Oovernment throuch tho war
with Spain, and how many more thou
sands have been purchased b) 'he
Hrltlsh (lovernment for use lu South
Africa are unknown quantities Hut it
Is certain that the value ot the Amei-
lean mule has very luigcly Increased
since the beginning of IMS In Mis
souri. which Is legal eled ns n mule
center, it Is Bald that tho gain In value
has been full) one-third within the lust
three )enrs At that time there were
three and ono half million mules on
the Mainland of nn avcrago vnluo ot
, or a total of $J10,000,000 The gain
of n third In value. In three )ears
means an addition of $71,000,000 to
the farmers of tho United States from
this one source alone. Tho demand
for the partlculat class of mules cult
able for army purposes has almost
been exhausted and the latest sales
for South Africa have been above $100
a head There is no harm clone how
over, b) tho circulation In this country
of a few of the millions of dollars that
the Hrltlsh Government has been com
pelled to borrow for tho conduct of its
campaign at the Cape. American
farmers can stand It.
Stories of the old smuggling and
wrecking da)s hao been revived on
the Islo of Wight through tho loss ol
a French brig there. She was dashed
to pieces on tho rocks and fifty casks
of wine and spirits drifted ashore. Tho
wholo neighborhood was soon fighting
If Company F goes to St. Louis, Cap
tain Johnson should endeavor to enlist
Private McCulloch of Ills Hrltlsh Maj
esty's Guards reserves. Tho prtvato
Is an Irishman, ti feet 10 Inches tnll,
and now the tallest man in tho Hrltlsh
Count Honl etc Castcllano will doubt
less mako a fresh raid" on tho Gould
estnte In consideration of his pater
nity to a grandson of tho lato Hon. Jay.
It Is a rnsh housewife that trl-s to
mako both ends meat tlicsn dnys And
with tho fishing grounds curtailed II
mny becomo a caso of pol at both ontls
Tho too of tho official boot nt tho
White TIouso Is In dangeroiiB proxlm
Ity to tho military coat tall of tho Gen
oral of tho Army.
New York's thirst tide Is receding
and tho Sundays aro becoming less
SCIENTIFIC TRAINING I-'Oll
By lion liinten Wilson,
Under the terms of Cecil Rhodes'
nlll gienl good will doubtless be t'ono
In the line In which nn Oxfmd ed lea
lion lies. So lar as n classic or 'iter
nr course Is concerned, I suppose Ox
ford li nn suitable n college as nuy I
i an only discuss the matter from tho
Mnndpolnt of in) own wotk. and nine,'8 ,lot another one In the world Tho
of this money will bo spent In n vny ''' ""' wllt t',c'" co,'''l "" It vvns
to touch our work here at nil It baa I ridiculed In his own country nnd tah-
not been left for that purpose.
What del we need here7 We need
nun of tho highest scientific trnluing,
Investigators with Insight nnd
special preparation for practical work
chemists who can ntinljzo soils anil
the Juices of plants and giAo
Hon to our pioducers. Tor hem we
are dealing direct 1 with our produc -
era I will Illustrate
Wo export $3ii,iiO(i.om) worth of to-
bnc-eo ami Impoit $14 000 ooo Wo sell
cheap tobSceo and uu the expensive
leaf We bu) )(l,0OfMiQO of wrapper
tobacco fiom Sumatra, nnd ti 000 000
of filler from Cuba
Nov the question Is Where ran
these fine grades be raised In he eollege will do It foi us, wo nre tram Interest Btralght tluougli In tho (list
I'nlted States' What soli prod ices ng )oung men for the work ourselies.j half the Diamond Heads niado two
them' Wlnt mattes tho different 'p ll!nc ')0 "tndenls studng sclen .goals on fouls and one from the field
grade oi tobacco? Can we find a nan ,lnj branches through lien Clark, whllu the Spar
to annl)?e the soli and to nnnljze tho -N'"- neither Jlr Ithodes' bequest nor t im made only one goal on n foul
sap of the plant, nnd to show why to n" "f ,ll( ast Bl1ms"hleii Tor eiluca Ibrough Johnslon. This made tho
baccos illfTei? Hon will eer come our way. We do ' score Ten tie first half. Diamond
One man We did find to nnal)?e tho "llr vuir1, unaided by prlato means. It Hrnds 4. Spartans, 1.
Julci-s of the plant u uermnn n grail ,l;,s Rient seoie. hut until wo get tne' In tho second half. Deshn mado
inte of n Oernnny unlerslt) but ono l'eoile eduented to tlu-se piactlcal lie- three goals from the field for the Ola-
who had been driven out of Germany eeiltli's we can loo'c for no help fiom mond HcaiN, lien Claiko one and John
us a einnk so advanced were his he the schools and universities. The poo Clarke one Tor the Spaitans, Ciiir-
orles lie discovered that lhe dllTer- I,In or" vvaklng up though They nro ninn made three goals Irom tho field
enci' In Ilnvoi In the vailous classes of heglnnlnn to realize how hlghl) sclen nnd I'lerson one. This made the final
tobacco was caused not hj bacteria,
but by a iliffeiont ferine nl in the leaf
Suitable soil was found In Conneetl
eutand this )epr 800 ncrcs of Sumn
tn winpper wltl lie grown under envcir
Now wo nic looking
I fiitltlil Tuf fllti-iv liilinnfin Tim fiil,nn
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""' Kr"W" '" a ' ,'1',rP8 '"
Hut at thh stage of our work lapan,
'""; b l"",ful "n "- '""' of
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I ,i,uuuiiK ne Dim. qi i oner ui iw
YoiK the people having a )eail in
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the United Stntes nnd fouiteen times
as much ns the mllllonnliis. This ma
be all ver well foi Ills l.ordshln to
fell to the Ynle piofessors nml Mil
ilents to whom lie was Icclurlnt,. but
It will meet with might) poor response
at the hands of the possessois of S300
llllll loss. In the mutter of nggrcvn
tlons the figures mny be all right I ut l P"yr policy Tor capital to sulk Just the Hluo Streaks, Hlackman nnd Oss In this respect, has tho great advan
vvheii applied to the suppoit of liull- because tho laws of the countiy aro each maeloTi goal fiom the field, vvhllo ,aR0 of Amerlrnn example for four
vldual families there Is wide latitude being put Into operation, but It shows foi the Intermediates, Tom Dvans ca'8 '" ,nplll0(' of Impiovcment and
aim a nig margin oi inequality.
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. Hon William Sulzci, of New York, laws as dead Jetters. At a recent c on
evidently holds different views from ference which Mr Hlfl had In Wash
Hlshop Potter He has Just introduced ingtein ltli Senators llonnn, Suoon
n bill lu the House of Representatives
pioviiiing ioi a Department or Labor,
a sccietnr) and six assistant secrcta-
o(!Hos In explaining the necessities
lnal UM8t "" ,lls w"' " t"ll"-0" says:
'""'o time has come' when the rights
nml wronK nl"I Interests of labor must
,vielso n vastly groafoi share of tho
ln,,onll(m uf "" l"'wl goveinni. nts
ciiuii ever ueiore i nc uniteil states
ought not to follow but to lead all
the nations of the eaith in this tho
most Impoilnnt development of woild
politics since the Declaration of mile-
in-iiiic-nce was auopteii iy hip eMn(l
nentnl Congiess nt Vhlladclphh in
-mere nre some v no question tho
need of giving laboi one represcnta-
live in the Cabinet. In my Judgment
lhe time Is not distant when lnboi ill
name not one membei of the Cnblnct,
but nil the incmbeis of tho Cabinet,
and the President and Congress as
Mr Sulzer seems to have been stud)
Ing some of tho recent flection re
turns of the country, notably those
from Connecticut. Though generally
regarded as tutra-iadlcal In Ms views,
there Is some mental pabulum In what
he Bays about labor oven If It should
be flavored with a little ambition to
be the first representative of labor in
the White ITouse.
Tho beef blow has fallen upon Ho
hernia In mainland restaurants a
10 per cent advance has been maiked
up on the SO cent dinner, pations being
Informed that It Is due to "the In
crease In tho cost of all food prod
ucts." And now It is the price of peanuts
that has been advanced a quarter of
cent a pound. All the necessaries oT
life, for both young and old are get
ting beyond our reach.
Tho starting up eJf tho Now York
Air Drake Company's plant In Russia
will not Intcrfcro with tho accustomed
output of hot air brakes for political
When In doubt a man will often de
cide to mako a sacrifice If there Is a
reasonably sure opportunity
about It afterwards.
Tho record prlco of $1 030 was re
cently paid In London for a first cdl
tlon, threo volume, copy of Dcfoo's
Ab a warning for ho coming Benson's
diversion It should Im romombered that
when a ninn's In politics he's In Don-
Secretory of ftrlculture.
of government work for her. We could
hoc keep him for I had nu nuthorit)
to pay him such n salary.
I hate sent tower) college In tno
I'nlted Statts and to every country In
hitiope to find another man who can
analyze the u?ces ol plants, but thcro
en from us by Japan. Not n college
tho world out gives the training wo
lequire In put) branciTTif farming for-
estry. botany, chemlMiy. mineralogy
.'etc Yet it Is practical work, moit
necessary to the farmer. The Slalo
lnfoimn-lnK'l"'l"rnl and niechnnlcnl colleges
(, 110l proilde lis with the men wo
,Nnllt. '' fort, many or them arc not
equipped even to teach the most nidi
nientnry branches of agriculture
a) for the college In Texas Miat
" ,s n,lt oulle ns hopelessly bad
some others. It Is doing reali good
work lu some Hues
We hic 20 scientists connected
with tins department, and since no
tlfle this work Is. and how neccssar).
It must be noted tlial the Hulled
Sillies spends jeaii) In scientific in-
vobtlgallon $1(1.11110 01)0, of which half
goes to this depaitinent. It Is a re-
mentions sum, more than nil the other
mil iisiiiiimitn . .r 4l. ....!. t -
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"""(l f"r ,ht' SI""P '""I""'0- Yo ' a
not compare the I'nlted Stntes with
""P' ll !' ho test of tne
CA.MIMKSN AOAIN8T UOOSL
Sloiles o" the combination of capl
tnllstlc iiileiests agaliiHt u second
term lor fiuoseudt us President wont
down James J Hill president of tho
e.reni .Mirmcin unuiuau anil ot tno
.Northern Securities C'ompaii). was a
irequent vlsltoi nt thu White House
during its occupant; ,,y President Mo-
Ivlnley. Hut now he tilts to nnd ftom j
Washington and never tlosses Ilia
POrtalS or tllC LXCClltlVe mnilS Oil It
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nine capital nau come to regard tne
er. Clark and Gibson and ex Senator
v-uriei. tne remarks uttered were
ported to bo of such a nature as ti
have made tho ears of any other man
man Hoosovclt burn to the al.iim.lows
Point As liTTI menus Morgan, and
Morgan represents all the captain? ol
Industr) of any financial standing, -nil
aggregations of capital running into
many iiiuions or dollars, tho trend ol
fcintlment In Wull street Is vcr) ap
parent Hut Mr. itooscvelt continues
In the even tenoi of his Way, attentive
to tho duties of his olflce and utterly
oimvious to the size and contents of,
the campaign nurse to be contributed
I In 1901 Whethei ln Is lntni- l,i,., ,i!
I . "
to swerve fiom his present course I nil
purposes remuina to be secll. At pros
ent there Is no Indication of TI
Mr Hr)un has reduced tho prices of
his lectures. This Is nn example lo
the beef tiust. Hut, fortunately, Jlr.
Hr)an's lectures me not one of tho
necessniles of life.
Pickles, sauerkraut, tomato catsup
and nreservnn hnvn nil ix,n ni,oi.,..i
In the tentacles of a new octopus or -
ganlzed, ostensibly, to enforce the i uro
In thinking over the lists of dctlr
ublo party candidates It should bo re
membered that tho man without any
weak spots can't get elected to office
Some farmers aro benefiting by tho
advance In beef. Spring lambs have
I been sold nt $8.C0 per head In Green-
It Is said that tho now Commission
er of Pensions hns no fear of a here
after. Ho Is tho right kind of man for
THE INDIANA PLATFORM.
(Now Tork Sun.
It Is on able document containing
many words, generally Judicious.
It contains ono word, howovor, which
Is a platrorm In ItseTT. Wo extract it
and print It here:'
That Is n record on which tho Ilepiib-
to tell llcnn party can stand That Is a plat
torm on which It can carry the conn
Loafer Any chance of a Job o' work
Foreman No. We're not wanting
'ny moro hands now
I I.onfer Well, the little hit
'''' ll wouldn't mako no difference
DIAMOND HEADS WIN
FROM THE SPARTANS
Best of Tournament Games Is Full
ef Snap and Interest-Final Score
of 14 to 0 Blue Streak3
The first basketball
game of tho
two plaed In the Y. M.
C A. gjmna
slum Inst night pinctlcally decides tho'
championship In fa. or of the Diamond
Heads, ns the) defeated the Sparlana
by a score of 1. to 9. Uoth these
lltcams had not been defeated until
yesterda) and It was practically
ccrtnlnt) that the championship would
,n.l , e.the, of then,
The game was undoubted!) the best
et plned of the tournament games,
It was full of snap and go nnd full of
scone 119 In fnvor of tho Diamond
Heads who now seem to hnvo a cinch
on the championship
The lineup ol (17
teams vvns ns foi
i: M. Chcntlmu
. It. S PJerson
..W. S Ulnley
John Clnike .
The second game bitwecn the ITlue
Streaks and the Iiflcrmeiliates was
won h) the foimer team with n score
of H',. 1 1
the Hluo Streaks
lu the (list half
scored as follows
goals from the field, Oss. one, Kerr
two, and l.ittz. ono. The Intermedl
lltcs (JIlI, su)r(,,i ,me Roai from t10
field, through Penelrn. This inndo
thiCe ore for the iltst half- Hluo
stronkB 12, Intermediates, 2
t,p 8l.Coiiil half the p1n)lug was
nitlicl) reversed, the Intermediates
,,..,,,1,' ..rml. I,,n. ll.nlr n,,ntnu l,r
Luther I'vniiB two. Pcrrclra
one nTid nillllnud one
The game was lemaikably free
from fouls and no goals whatever
were' made on fouls This made tho
re-ifinal score l(,ll In favor of the
The line up of too teams was as fob
. . Tom 12 van a
A M. Keoho
V 12 Ken
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
n .--. 1. t i i I .. ...
DUt"!l " " """ mc-ciing m i"u'onB jr.,,. T K i.ras Geo. Wilson,
residence oi Mr J. 11 Atherton Inst
night. The chartei of the society was
amended and new li) -law a iassed An
election of officers was held the fol
lowing being the new boa id which Is
to servo this ensuing )ear Chas H.
Dickey, president Dr. Albeit Clarke,
vice president; Lorrln Andrews, re
cording secretary, and L)le Dickey,
Airangements were also made wltl).
' ""T" ,0 th ccl""rntlim ot " '"'
nnnlversnry of the society, which will
be held at the Central Union Church
on Thursdny evening Tho public
will be Invited to this event.
On Friday afternoon tho Mission
children will meet nt a lawn party to
ho held at tho residence of Mr. Thco.
Richards on Klnau street.
Q. H. Ilcrrey's office. 8 Campbell hid.
oooooo. O o
LAKE OF RICH, RED WINE
Imagine a lake 80 feet long, 34 feet
wldo and 24 feet deep In which flows
rod wine to t'jo extent ot 500,000 gal
lons, pure as the purest grape that
grows In California, It Is In Califor
nia that this wonder Is to be seen, at
Astl In the Russian rlvor valley, Tho
wlno is a part of tho proQuct of what
1b called tho Itnlian Swiss colony, and
tho lake Itself Is the blending of tho
JTilccs of grapes from a thousand
vines. As a s)stcnn of blending wlno
It Is In this respect a? much a wonder,
ns In point of quality and place of
It la another proof also that noccs-
slty Is tho mother oflnvcntlon, for if
It had not been that tho colonlBtst
could find no way to dispose of their with exceeding care. In tho first placo
wlno In a profitablo manner, owing to they built 17 lu tho most careful man
Its abundance, It Is probable that tne tier Nature gavo no aid, for tho lako
lako would novcr have been created
. and another wonder thus lost to tho
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I CURIOUS CRINKLES
By LANAI LOUNGER.
Hawaii manages to get moro icpre
sentatlon nt Washington than the. con
stitution nitons, but In kind nnd man
ner which tho constitution docs not
1'uslon In politics has ncer been
heard of matching the nltlance of the
Anti-Saloon League with the spirituous
liquor dealeiB to down Honolulu
brewed beer. Tho nlllcs hac oven
the same legal advisers .
Ij0cnl plion BMng enrh political
noting precinct the uto on salooni
within Its territory would be hard to
mate ns a Just solution of the liquor
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t It.. II... nnH 1. n... n.,.. fVHiHl.H
h electric it), ' It U to T'Co "hoped the
ttniiltl Transit Compaii) will know the
decision In time to tnko a separate
route to Wnlklkl Then some room
for other than electric car traillc would
be left on the Wnlklkl toul and largo
residence sections he saved from wait
ing Indcflnltel) for street railway faci
lities. ; :
The Hawaiian Sphinx has shown It
self a trllle less Immobile llinu the
Kg)ptlan wonder. Possibly, however,
the elder lady may )ct take a trip to
Washington, where she might find n
testing plate on the Mall Cleopatra's
Needle was shifted across the Atlan
'I slewed him because I lubbed him, '
ns Sambo said when ho steered the
mule out of the way of nn electric car.
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Nothing more plainly shows the need
of Honolulu for being put In telegra
phic touch with the outside world than
the alacrit) with which It f,cl7cs upon
.1.11 (Jorman nonsense pi oblems ns matter of discus
M (5. Johnston R'" There's for Inslnnce tho ques
tion raised about mnKiug ,i cnino i.inii
ing on Mldwii) lei mi! where nobody
lives The Insulated sandbank wouldj
be useless for a tela) station beinuso
Midway Is as far as Honolulu from
Gunni for practical Intents of cable
Why should the merchants think ol
expel Imenting with street-paving on
,Cr ,mn .,, T,R Is irPy nn
entire community matter and one of the
111 st things to be expected from clt)
Incorporation Tho sooner Honolulu
gets down to straight civic business on
the most modern lines tho better.
In the vista of freedom now opening
up lo Cuba, the more American the
cnuntr) makes Itself In nature the
longei will be defened the necessity of
Immmlmr Amirlrnn In nnmp. f!llhn.
Satin da) JIa) 17
Str l.ehua Naopala. from Maul and
Str Klnaii, Freeman, from HHo nnd
From Ililo and way ports, por stmr.
Klnnii, Mny 17. llalph Brown, A. J.
Fredrick, L Schweitzer, S W. Spen
eer J C Hummel, 12. II. Clay and
wife (! II Curtis, Gordon Russell,
Gus Hussell, D H Macounehlc, L.
K Peaison, S Now loin, D L)cur.
gus, J 12 Itochn, 12 M llouksfysky.
Mrs M Alna nnd child, Henry P.
aohl Mrs Kelker. lloon Kwal Le-
eTeorge Hoss, wife and two children;
W W North, u. ll urnnam, ii. i..
rtoss Andrew Adams, Jtov O. P. I2m-
erson, A I2nos Sr. and w(e, A. Enosl
Jr. and wife, Miss Rose Leal, II.
MoitenSen, D. Land, P. Pcrry V.
Green and 122 deck passengers.
Charterc for HHo.
Am hk Annie Johnson, Williams.
Am. hk St Kntherlne, San Frnncls.
Am. bk. Skagit. Port Gamble.
Vesselc in Port.
Am S S. Alaskan, Danficld.
May 8 H.-A. S S. Alaskan, nanfield
from Honolulu via Kahitlul,
May 10 Schr. Chas. L. Woodbury,
Harris, 3 dajs fiom Honolulu; general
Ma) 12 S. 8. Helcne, Nicholson,
The tun of Holdelborg, which tho This might not seem so Important to
last generation and even sorao of tho ono who know little of wines, but as
present learned to think of with won- a matter of fact, the wine blends and
dcr, Is but a child besldo a full grown reaches a 'nlgher standard far moro
man when compared with this Callfor- easily If such conditions' exist. This
ula creation. One could go boating on 'is how the tank wag really built,
this lake very comfortably, although First an excavation was made In the
k would be but a short ride, A steam rocky hill side. Next a well of con
launch would find room enough to creto two foci In thickness was put In
steam back and forth and possibly tho floor and "sides. Then camo tho
turn aiound. Tho passengers might laying and glazing or tho cement,
rerresh themselves" with a quality orlThlrrvas not an. Ilau the lake been
wlno that comes high after It leaves left onen nt thn tnn imni,riiin ,,,.
California, and as for a wlno bath. It.
ls hig swimming tank Indeed that
ean uoaBt of thu BI& "f this contrl -
vanco " K'o equal opportunity for a
Tho owners of this lako guard It
Is an excavation, cement lined. So per
fectly has Its Interior been glazed that
the properties of glass are all there,
I'crdy Chauneov's auto ran over a
vAlgy Yes; the lobster's as ptoud of
It as If It had been a babyt
"Poor man," said the kind old lady
ns she handed the tramp a nickel, "In
each of our lives some rain must fall."
"Dat elon't seem to hit tne," rejoined
the weary wanderer. "I've been er
ci drought Ictlm ever since I kin rcl.
crlect," His Dill.
"Your jnung nephew William ap
pears to think ho knows much more
than lie- really eloes know."
"Yes, he Is a Hill that Is stuck up,
but nut n Hill that Is posted. '
Automobile's second Cost.
Knocker Do ou find the automo
bile cheaper than tho horse?
Docker Not, )et, my surgeon
chaiges more than the horse doctor.
Too Much Free Trade.
"How did )ou over fall In the gioc
ery business with so ninny custom
"I'lee tiade did II."
"Hut Ihoie Is no lieo tiade In your
"Yes, there Is. My customers didn't
pa) their bills."
Mis Ciabshaw I mnele such a
splendid bnrgnlu toda).
Mrs Crawford What was It, deoi ?
Mrs Crab'haw Hv pa) Ing $5 to an
employment bureau they agreed to
send me n new servant eveiy two
weeks foi a whole )ear.
No Hand With a Hammer.
Mrs Dorcas Wh) shouldn t n wom
an go Into politics?
Diucas How In the world Is she go
Ing to nnll a campaign He?
New Court of Love.
Madge Which of her two loveis is
she going to many
Marjoile Sho ci.nl decide, so she's
going to le t them ldny ping pong for
Mis Mouse This Is nn Inventive,
age. dear You must look out for cow
Miss Mouse Oh. Mammn' You don t
think they hnvo gfA up n wireless
mousetrap, do jou?
The Proof of It.
Aunt M'riar 7'hy, Joslai. would
)ou believe It, wlicn Cousin 11a v
stun's girls went n-Blinppln' the) didn't
buy iiuthln' but fish'
Joslai- For the land's sake'
Aunt M'riar Yes, all tile bundles
thet eomo to tho house wuz marked
C. O D." plain.
from Honolulu, with piles for long
wharf. The steamer brought tip a
number of scrapers for tho Hoad
T.iay lu Ship Falls of CI)de, Mat
bon. for San Francisco; 49,850 bags
sugar, 10 passengers.
Mny 10 Schi Uoitle Minor, Itnven,
to "5rtfi,"ii for sugar, thenco to Saa
May 1J Schr. Chas. L Woodbury,
Harris, for Honolulu, with full cargo
May 13 S S. Itelene, Nicholson, for
i-apaaioa olid ixiikulnu.
May 14 Ilk. Itoderlck Dim. John-
I son, at G p. m , 15 dn)i trom San
May 15 H.-A. S. S. Alaskan, nan
field, for Delaware Breakwater, with
nbout 3500 tons of sugar mado up
probably of the following: Olaa, 2100
tons; Walokea, 500 tons; Popeckeo,
500; Hawaii Mill, 400 tons.
The Hawaiian-American liner Call-
fornlan, which Is expected hero today,
will probably take 2000 tons of Olaa
A gang of twelvo men, worMng ten
hours, loaded Into scows from HHo
railroad cars 10,438 Sags of Olaa su
have found Their way Into It not to
'mention tho deluge that comes in
lwhat California knows as the rainy
season All around tho sides big
steel girders were put lu place and on
. those rests tho scctfonnl cnv.,r nf it,,.
lake This ls so constructed that not
a ray of light can penetrato Into this
vast qunTilHy of wlno, and It mellows
and rlilefis Just as If It wero In tho
ivosl deep down vault that can bo