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MAY M 190.'
The rapidity with which the Su
preme Coiiit Is delivering opinions in
dlcates that the Judges must be labor
Ing vcr) hard.
Senator Carters advice Is so splen
diferous that the people now expect
him to make the first move In the In
terest of harmoii).
"Asia for the Saxon sajs a return
ing arm) officer This U undoubtedly
tho real spirit behind the operu'Ious
conducted notnlnall) In the interests of
.Minister Wit Ting Tang has ex
pressed his disapproval of ping pong
possibly because it reminds him so
much of the way In which the civilized
powers play with China
An Australian Governor has resign
ed because the salary allowed him Is
not large enough to pa) for the enter
tainment his position requires. Aus
tralians refuse to be entertained on
soda watci and crackers.
Spain's new era is to begin with the
education of tho people. Nearly all
the Continental monarch are dUcov
crlng that the peoplo must receive
more attention than hitherto given if
the chaos of anarchy is to be avoided
Men of the sixties gave their lives
that freedom and equallt) of all Amer
leans might be established When
each .Memorial Day recalls what tbeso
men fought for it Is not to be supposed
that the men of the present day will
nllow American principles to be ridden
down rough shod.
Should Kllauca actually stir up
enough activity to warrant inlllng It
on outbreak, the population of Hawaii
wfTi strive to get as near the volcano
os possible rather than take to tho
woods Our voluinos have been bchav
lug themselves too long for the people
to fear an) Martinique antics.
It is remarkable the niiniucr of hith
erto unknown volcanoes that are re
ceiving u pl-iee In the world's tele
graphic dlspatihcs. Any hill that
might, some time in the forgotten past,
have been the scene of volcanic action
Is being watched with us much Inter
est as the baby with a new tooth.
Governor Odtll of New York hns to
decide whether ho will seek renonilna
lion ns (lovernor of New York or be
come one of Harrlman's railroad offi
cials at a salary of 1100,000. Should
he decide In favor of tho Governorship
fight, It will be a striking evidence of
his great love for fiio worries of the
The dispatches have It that tho
President is seriously contemplating
withdrawal of the Federal suits against
tbo Northern Securities Company.
Jtuosovelt will surprise his friends If
ho turns back after having once start
ed In to mako tho big financial combi
nations realize that the law of tho
land must bu obeyed.
Tho Presbyterian conferenco re
cently listened to the story of i minis
ter who was burled in a pauper's i,invn
I ot withstanding his congregation has
1 air a dozen millionaires ou Its mom
lershlp rolls It Is not stated wheuet
tho minister sacrificed his own (Inn
i lal w elfaro by urging his congregation
tj spend ull Its money on foreign ai,e
Thero never was n more mistaken
Idea, which appioatlus the nouseiiBl
lal, than that the endorsement 1'icsl
dent Roosevelt gave Governor Dole nad
a string to It. The President has put
himself unequivocally ou record as
heartily approving the administration
of Hawaii's Governor In nil Its oligar
chical features and Indifference to pop
ular mandates. iTothlng ever camu
from tho White Iloiibu In a clearer or
moro positive form
all veterans should be pensioned
By Congressman WILLIAM W. SKILES of Ohio, In Washington Times,
I think the tlmo hag come when oery veteran of the Civil War, wheth
er ho has a sick or wounded record, or not, should bo pensioned.
To this end I hate Introduced a bill which provides that whenever a
soldier or sailor who Berved his country during the Chll War reaches tho
age of sixty two years he shall be pensioned nt tho rato of $12 a month, tho
only requisite being that ho shall have served ninety or more days In tbo
arm) or navy, and been honorabl) discharged.
Such I understand Is the law regarding soldiers of other wars regard
less of their hospital record and I believe that the time Is now ripe lor tt
to apply to the Chll Wnr veterans ns well,
Man) of the soldiers of the Civil Wnr period were In the line of duty,
but having no hospital record are wholly unable to furnish the necessary
tistlmon) to-be granted n pension under the existing laws, )et many are
old, broken down and feeble by region of the Bervlce thus rendered thelf
At the age of sixty two ears nn nrmy officer may be retired on pay, and
why should not a veteran soldier or sailor he treated likewise? The bill
T have Introduced Is to meet the requirements for this class of veterans who
as defenders of our Constitution and Bag are entitled to some such rccoie
Memorial Day Is. after all, little
more than n sentiment, but the nation
without sentiment lacks the sinews of
strength that Inspire the highest Ideals
of patriotism in the home and make It
a beneficent power among the nations
of the world. The chief thought of
Memorial Day Is not tho
deeds on the field ot battle, the cour
age of carnage or the hell of war. Wo
honor the nation s dead for the cause
for which they fought equality and
Such n voluntary outpouring from
tin- home has never been known ns
that which took place In the sixties to
preserve those high principles on
which the American republic was es
tablished. It wart not a war of ag
grandisement there was no Invading
It was a war of sentiment. I
expressive ot a love of country that
was unnolflsh and Intensely practical
In Its Interpretation of national tenets
uf faith Our earlier wars were suc
cessful protests against oppression.
The Civil Wnr tlcmrmstrati el that
ninrlcans demanded tha" tin- free
iiiiintr) established by revolution,
should not become a misnomer In Its
application to the most liumhb human
being within Its borders
A practical patilotlc sentiment led
thousands of hardy, loyal men to give
their lives to free a race of slaves.
There was no higher reward than that
of ilut) well done, of principles that
must be maintained. Anil now each
jear the nation rays Its lil'lng tribute.
each year It recalls to tfie)ouhg men
nnd women that the sentitient which!
carried the day In tho sl-itles Is yet
and must ever be tho grounil-worlc on
which the nation must bnio Its pub
lic policies (
QDUCAriONAL COLOR LINIJ.
Columbia University of Xcvv York
has n color line problem on its hands
in consequence of a free scholarship
fund In its teachers' college available
for students from the Southern States.
Should the university authorities re
fuse to draw tho lino against negro
students it Is said no white students
will nvall themselves of tho scholar
ships In other words, tho custom es
tablished by Southern whites Is tuch
that the beneficiaries of this Columbia
1'nlverslty fund must be all vhlte or
all black It Is said furthermore, that
nil the Southern stuilcntB will leave
the university In n body ll negroes are
admitted to any depaitment on an
equality with tbo whites
A more nonsensical sentiment can
hardly be Imagined
Tho salvntlon of
the South Is educntion, nnd moro par
ticularly the educational development
of the engro who predominates tho
Southern population nnd will In tlmo
rule the Southern oto notwithstand
ing the shotgun politics now ruling
Stntes Bomb of the Mnson-Dlxon line.
Tho Southern whlto establishes his
right of minority rulo by the chargo
that the negro is ignorant, shiftless,
without ambition Yet when opportu
nity is offered for the advancement of
men nnd women of the colored race,
these whites lny down a hard and fast
law which prevents participation, di
rectly or Indirectly, on equal terms.
Columbia University will unques
tionably advanco in the estimation of
broad-minded, Intelligent citizenship, it
It adopts the policy of first come first
served and bIIowb the selflBh Southern
white to go his own way.
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By WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON.
William Lloyd Garrison was born in New buryport, Mass., Dec 10, 1S05;
died in New York city May 21. 1873. He was the son of a sea captain, was
apprenticed to the printing bi.elness In the ofllce of the Newhuryport Herald
and in 1831 founded The Liberator nt Boston, which he conducted until la
very was abolished In anteslavery days the State of Georgia offered tSOOU
for his capture. In 1635 a mob chugged him through tho streets of Uoston
with a rope around his boil), the city authorities saving his life by lodging
him In Jail. After the war $3u,000 was collected by his admlrerH and given
They tell me, Liberty, thit In thy nnmo
I may not plead for all thj human race;
That some are born to boudagu and disgrace.
Some to a heritage of vvoj and shame.
And some to puvver supreme and glorious fame.
With my whole soul 1 spmn the doetrlno baso
And as an equal brotherhood embrace
All people and for all fair freedom claim'
Know this, O man' whalour thy enithly fnto
God never mnde a tranl nor a slavo
Woe then to those who dare to desecrate
His glorious image' for to all lie gave,
Eternal rights which nnn may violate,
And b a mighty hand the oppi eased Hit yet bhall savo'
i'OUM ON JOHN BROWN.
By EUGENE F. WARE,
Commissioner of Pensions.
States nre not great
l?vint na mnn mm ikqIa lliom
Mcn nrc ot Rrc,at e , ,," anJ
Dili States, like men.
Have destinies that take them
That bear them on. not knowing why
or w ncre.
The why repels
The philosophic searcher;
The why and where all questioning!
t'ntll we find,
Far hack In )outhful nurture,
Prophetic that constitute the why
All mirlt comes
Prom braving the unequal.
All glory conies from daring to begin,
Fame loves the state
Tllnt- reckless of the sequel.
i ignis long ami wen, wneincr it iosi
or win. I
And there Is one
Whose faith. whoe fight whose fall
Fame shall placard upon the walls of
He dared begin,
Despite the unavailing.
I lie dared begin when failure was a
When over Africa
Some future c)cle
Shall sweep tho lake-gemmcd upland!
with Its surge,
When ns with trumpet
Of the Archangel Michael
Culture shall bid a colored race emerge
When busy cltlci
Those, In constellations.
Shall gleam with spires and palacci
With marts wherein
Is heard the noise of nations;
With summer groves surrounding
There fugitive orators
To cultured freemen
Shall tell of valor and recount with
Stories of Kansas
And of Lncedacmon,
Cradles of freedom, then of anclen:
Overlooking both Nyanzas,
The statued bronze shall glitter In tin
With rugged lettering;
"John Drown of Kansas;
He dared begin,
Dut losing, won "
A RECIPROCITY ISLUPF?
New York Commercial
There Is small chance of the ratlflcn-
tlon of any of the Kasson treatlis, ne
gotiated three )enrs ngo and approved
by President McKlnley, since which ni
tion they have been gathcilng dust
nnd the yellowness of time In tho
Pigeonholes of the Senate Foreign Re
lations Committee. Meantime, too,
official and popular Indifference to the
whole subject of International-trade
leclpiocity has giown Into lll-ioncealcd
opposition to It. So, despite the favor-
ulile report by the committee on the
pending treaties between tho United
States and France. Nicaragua, Ecuador
and the Dominican Republic, and four
with Uie.it llritnlu. covering Bermuda,
B.irbadoes, British Qulana and Turk's
and Colccis Islands, a natural death
from neglect In the upper house Is the
probable outcome and the results of
our special commissioner's two years'
work are likely never to pass even the
A Washington special from an au
thoritative source saya that "It Is v
enough known that tne leaders of tho
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a oil Brooders
Poultry - Supplies
bns been used for twenty three years In tbo manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not onty true
that Petaluma Incubators and Hrooders aro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, Tjut cvery other article used In their construction
Is of tins highest grade, nnd tl crcforo these "StnndardB of tho
World" Incubators nnd Ilroodirn occupy the samo relative position
to all other Incubators and Breeders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to nnd In our late catalogue "A lilt of
Incubator History." You may have a calaloguo frco by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AiJentH for the Territory ol Hnvviill
Hint our Delivery Wagons tliemnelvcs prove
every claim we make.
Clias. F. Herrick
125 Merchant St., next
Senate are oposed to the ratification
of any of these treaties," nnd It adds,
significantly- "Wednesday's action waa
taken, It Is said at least so far as tho
Republican members of tho committee
are concerned for the effect that It
might have on tho Cuban reciprocity
bill, so as to make It nppcar that Cuban
reciprocity would not bu an exceptional
It wasn't necessary for the dciml-nant-paity
committeemen to resort to
any such tactics Nobody of Intelli
gence and observation has failed to nota
that Republican advocacy of the Cu
ban relief hill has not been based on
nnv conviction that tho situation de
mands trade reelpioclty. that measure
has been urged for passage almost
wholly on tbo pressing necessities ol
tho Cuban sugar growers the dis
charge of a purely humanitarian obli
gation by the United States Govern
ment Nobodv will be deceived least
of all the real friends of Cuba by any
bluff at moving the Knsson treaties
along on the rugged load to reciprocity
ns a national pollc)
A COLOR 8CIIEME POIt MOSQUI
TOES. Brooklyn Stnnelnid-Uulon )
Now that tho summer is not far off
and thoughtful housekeepers aro ul
ready making plans for It, tho mind
naturally reverts to that universal sum
mer visitor, the mosquito He Is in
separable from the season, and "they
reckon 111 who leave him out," for, to
quote further from the poet, he Is both
"pursuer and pursued," but with a de
cided advantage over mankind In the
former role. Laugh at and affect tn
despise him as we will, ho cuts a very
large figure In human affairs, and
science, in late )ears, has not deemed
It a useless task to Investigate his
habits with a view to rendering him
less harmful should It be found Impos
sible to exterminate him. The "Hy
gienic Gazette" reports some experi
ments along these lines which will bo
found of Interest to all who live in re
gions especially subject to the perni
cious activity of the mosquito. It U
found that tho little pest Is attracted
by certain colors, while he has a pro
nounced antipathy to others, and this
fact Is to be mado use of.
The experimenters erected a large
gauze tent, In which Hvvarins of mos
Itiltocs numbering many thousands
iv ere allowed to breed It was observ
ed that when a person wearing dark
clothes entered the tent the Insects
settled like u cloud upon his garments.
Hut when a change to white or jellow
garments was made this was not the
ease Naturally this suggests whit
circle the world
and are recognized everywhere as
the standard of excellence, dura
bility and resiliency.
Put on by UXPBRT mechanics
Carriage Co., uo.
to Stangcnwnld Building.
cluck or khaki as the proper summer
garment in mosquito-Infected localities.
A further experiment was made with
boxes lined with cloth, nnd It was
found that most of the creatures flock
ed to the one lined with dark blue.
Tho other colors were attractive In the
following order- Dark red, brown,
scarlet, black, slate gray, oilvo green
violet. leaf green, blue, pearl giay,
pale gieeii, light blue, ochre, white unci
orange No mosquitoes were found In
the jellow -lined box .
The conclusion drawn from these ex
pertinents Is that It Is u mistake to
paint wire window sciccns green nt
use blue mosquito netting since the
mosquitoes nre atti acted uj these eol
oi s, and, being theru In numbers, are
more likely to find openings and annoy
those who aie resting behind such
screens In fancied security So nut
motlej hut jellow la tho only weal for
niusquuo screens nnd nets.
A business meeting of the Y. P S
C i:. of Central I'nlon church was held
last eveninu in the chtir.h nnri,im ti.-
Urst matter brought up for discussion
was tne election of a delegate to bq
sent to the annual convention at La
halna, July G, Jonatlun Austin was
tho choice of the soclct.
One of tho most Interesting feature
of tho meeting was tho lest of Bible
veises instituted not long ago. Each
society working under the banner of
the Y. P. S. C U. Is SlinnOBPli tn lenin
62 verses from the Illhlo and to be ablo
to givo tnese verses with tho books ami
tho chapters In which they are to bu
The test last night showed great pro
ficlency on the part of tho largo num
ber of members present and the so
ciety here will be suro to mako an ex
cellent showing. There will be on
more test a fortnight hence and thcu
the percentage will be taken and com
pared with thoso of tho other societies.
The friendly rivalry Is already at a
very aign pucu.
II. May & Co. have a very appropilate
JJemoilal Day decoration in their win
dow, consisting of a Held plcco, stand
of arms, etc, tattcfully diaped,
I Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., and Thos
O. 'I brum havo each n eemoteiy scene
comprising u moiiuirt-t and tin r. tn
igetliei with didpeij, In theii stole
IIANDSOMt: GRAVE STONU,
A vci) linnilsoniu giave stone the
work of 11 Hawaiian has lately been
erected eivci tho giave of tho late Wil
liam Auld Ihe monument Is of Ha
waiian stono and curved appropriately.
It bears tho namo and dales of bltb
and death ot Mr. Auld,
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Ilcflncry Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. B. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hredder),Now York, U.S.A.
M. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam I'lpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOH SALE:
Paramne Paint Co.'u P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In whlto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tbo Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waltnea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard OU Co.
The Ceo. F. Illake Steam Pumps.
The Now England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alllnnco Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
II. P. Baldwin President
J. n. Castle First v'lcc President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. II. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
4GENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahiku Sugar Co., Klhcl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
KahutuI Railroad Co.,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm, O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. .. .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
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Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
incur i-ianr. ?n nnmm anna. r-
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co,.
oiuuee ougar uo .iiaieakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Linn nf Rnn PrnnAiB.
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of
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Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Serrctary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P, O. Jones, H. Wa
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
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Tho BaloiBe Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engluo Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
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