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Postofflco liox .IS
J I Ml S 1902.
(lenoral Mill a has not u been so
lard nit as to be foretd to the rear.
It seems thnt snakes arc to he ex
t uded from I law. ail. Does this include
I in bottled hind?
Hon. Andrew Carnegie rides about
I. melon in a tuppenn bus This will
Uae more money for libraries.
the sanltnry washing of clothes
F'-i nm to he an Impossibility at the
Governments insnultar laundry
Miss Hoblnson was recently married
lu Loudon to Mr Cruso. This was
thr occasion when noblnson crew so.
ogctariatis, who time been com
relied to forego the luxury of meat,
.t classified as Nebuchadnezzarltes
Maine Is becoming known as thu
Toothpick State. One factory alone,
down East," turns out six billion
toe thplcks annually.
Kllauea Is doing Its best to encour
age the tourist trade Tt now remains
f r the steamship companies to quote
s irae reasonable rates
England is agitating a proposal to
Ictrease the length of unHorslty
terms there being nt present only
twenty-four weeks of collcgo InBtruc
t'on each ear. The students aro agi
tated. The vanguard of the 17-year locust
has made Its appearance In the Smith
tot.lan grounds nt ashlni,tont I). C
i repared as a plain stew, a milk stew
or a broil the cicada Is said to bo cry
The Waldorf-Astoria Is responsible
'or a dude product clad In a swallow
tail coat with velvet collar and an out
fc. lo left-breast pocl.ot from which n
tiny laeo handkerchief protrudes It
was too utterly too too
While the small farmers of Hawaii
are suffering from the cutworm, It
nay cheer them up to know that tho
cud 11 n moth costs mainland farmers
f 25 fWU.OOO a year through Its destruc
tion to the apple and pear crops
Twenty Inches of space havo been
allotted to each British peeress In tho
crronatlon ceremonies at Westminster
ibtiey. As the average British matron
Measures more than twenty inches
dross the beam somo peeresses aro
lll.cly to stand during tho show.
Those who complained of heat nnd
humidity in Honolulu last week should
visit Washington D. C, New York,
Philadelphia, Chicago, or some of the
other Hastcrn cities where men and
animals drop dead In tho streets un
der n temperature exceeding 100 de
rrees, of which 90 por cent Is humid
In a London safe deposit vault re
cently the renter of a safe, anxious for
tho spiritual welfare of one of the Jan
itors, said while they were In tho vault
together. "Are you prepared to dlo?"
Tor answer tho Jnultor Instantly pin
ned tho questioner to tno wall by tho
throat, construing tho question as a
ircllmlnary to a murderous attack.
American shoes, roll top desks fur
r.iluro clocks nnd watches are finding
tlicli vay Into D.mliav; Dutih India
Is v.K'ug our cannc I foods and iiih
rhincry, whllo Teheran absorbs Amer
lean hardware wall paper, pickles,
electric lans, cutlery nnd phonographs
This Is nn indication of the commerce
that will soon bo passing through Ho
1 elulu to Oriental ports In tho Btenm
ers that will mnko this city a port of
KaBtorn meteorologists were expect
ing to sco a red ha to about Decoration
Day. Thoy figured that tho millions
of tons oi fine volcanic dust from Mar-
Unique and St. Vincent would travel
around the world In ten days at the
tntt of 100 miles an hour, nnd would
roach the Knstern States by Hie 8nn
IVnnclsco route atom the end of last
month It would he Interesting to
know If the red haze arrived on tlmo
nnd according to schedule
GOVLItNOR V8. COURTS,
Governor Dole's first official act on
lemming the duties of office, following
ilr endorsement by President Itooso
M'lt, has been to Issue a pardon for
the editor of the Advertiser, convicted
rt contempt of court by the three
Judges of the First Circuit Court nnd
s'tituiced to Imprisonment for thirty
days Two days of this thirty eays'
n ntenee had been served and the Gov
1 1 nor had been In Tionolutu not quite
twenty four hours when the'Exeeuttve
Iterogallvo was exercised Tho Su
I'irme Court of Hawaii required weeks
to review the case, and It upheld the
nctlon or the Circuit Court. Governor
Dole took less than twenty foui hours
in decide to overthrow the courts.
--t nuRctln triiRtn that Governor
Dole will be ablo to convince tho peo
ple of this Territory, the voters, the
officials of tho United Slates, ns well
nr nn honest men' who mn happen to
t.-ike nn Interest In the nffnlrs of this
Teirilory that In Issuing tills p-mion
he has been prompted b a deslro to
uphold the Integrity of American
courts of Justlre Tne Ilulletln hopes
Mr Dole Is free from nny thought of
debasing his high office to serve tho
ends and nlms of a political faction
with which Tie is associated The Ilul
letln hopes tho Governor has consld
eied well tho responsibility ho ns
Mimes and can satisfy his conscience
of the wisdom of his course In Its bear
Inr on the purity of motive which he
ciulms for his public nets
It Is fair to state that Governor Dolo
lias done Just what was expected ho
would do. It has becomo pretty well
fstnbllshed that Governor Dolo will
use nil tho arbitrary power placed In
his hands to defeat any act for which
the Tlrst Circuit Court of this Terrl
lory Is responsible
This Is the kind of administrative)
harmonj for which Governor Dolo
Ilesldes the Charleston earthquake
of lSSO, in whlcli fort) -one lives were
len and Jj.uOo.uuO worth of propert)
e'estroyed, there havu been two other
ttctnblo earthquakes In the United
States within historic times ono near
he head of tho Mississippi delta in
1811-1812, and the ono in Inyo Valley,
California, in 1872. During this latter
enithquaku a tremendous flssuru was
formed along tho base of tho Sierra
Nevada mountains fur a distance of
nbout forty miles, the land west of tho
fiseuro rising and the land cast of It
falling several feet. Owens river was
temporarily swallowed up and In tho
village of Injo all of the houses weTi?
tn.-own down and one tenth of the In
habitants wero killed.
Tho one In the Mississippi delta,
known ns the New Maiirld earthquake,
consisted of n series of shocks which
Itbted for nenrly two years. No selen
tlflc records of tho dlsturhanco wero
n -ide, but it related Hint the alluvial
land of the river bottoms was travers
ed by visible waves which rocked tho
trees to and fro nnd uprooted many
Huge fissures were opened and lakes
wero drained by tho escapo of their
waters into them. Tho largest sunken
nun was sixty or eighty miles long
nnu nearly half as broad.
THE COAL STRIKE
All negotiations tending toward a
settlement of existing difficulties be
tween tho miners and tho mine opera
tors In tho United States havo so fur
failed and thu Initucnce of tho Nation
3l Civic federation, of which Senator
Hanna is chairman, has been without
avail Tho Ohio Senator, however,
says that "tho coal strlko Is up to tho
m'ne operators." and ho knows whero-
of he speaks
It was during tho Presidential cam
palgu of 1900 that there was a Rlmltnr
strike by the miners In tho anthracite
fields which seriously threatened the
reelection of President McKInloy
Senator Hanna was in Cfilcago at tho
time and ho hurried back to New
York, using his Influence as a media
tor to stay the troubles. In this he
was successful, and at tho samo tlmo
he learned something, nnmely, that
llvo or six railroads, financed by J.
I'lerpont Morgan and tho Vanderhllts,
controlled 90 per cent of tho anthra
cite coal fields nnd practically the
whole business Ho believed then ns
ho believes now, that tho mrners hnvo
Just grievances nnd that tho operators
nro wrong Hanna has talked plainly
to Wnll street millionaires beforo row,
Ho told them two years ago that the
country bail never been so prosperous
and that prosperity would continue,
but he reminded them nlso that tha
wage earneis wero not getting their
share of this prosperity and that they
would not long tolerato their condition
without same disturbance
Senator Hanua holds tho Bamo views
now thnt he held In 1900, and he la
using his peronal Intluence to bring
about 11 settlement or the difficulties
that exist at tho proM-nt time Ho was
successful In 1900, nnd bcllovcs that he
still has somo tiiflucuco with tho big
mlno owners At any rate, he knows
their secrots, and If a Congressional
Investigation wero ordered ho might
bo compelled to reveal certain facts
TERSE STATEMENTS AND EPIGRAMS FROM "THE
BY ANDREW CARNEGIE.
Aim for the highest.
Do not touch liquor, or. If nt nil, only
Never Indorse beyond your surpluB
ensh funds. spring.
Make tre firm's Interest yours. It will ho a great mistake for the
Concentrate expenditure always community to Bhoot tho millionaires,
within revenue. J for they nrc the bees that make the
The trouble Is men are not paid at I most honoy, niiTT contribute most to tho
any time tho compensation proper to hive nfter they hnvo gorged them
that time. I selves full.
irverj employer of lnbor Is anxiously Money Is left by millionaires to pub
studying tho men nround him. i lie institutions when they must relax
The millionaires arc the bees of the "ulr gnp upon It. There Is no grace,
hive, not the drones jnnil can be no blessing, In giving what
Capital, business nhlllty and lnbor cannot bo withheld,
must Tie inltcd in any enterprise. Wealth Is being more nnd more dls
The million of trusts has but n short Irlhuted among the mnnj, The amount
season longer to run.
It Is infinitely easier for n young capital wMch goes to labor was never ' to so.is or daughters by millions
practical man or ability to obtain an 'o great ns today, the nmotint going to 'proves nn almighty curse. It is not nf
interest in existing firms today than capital never so small 'fectlon ior tho child, It Is sclf-glorlficn-
ever before. One false nxlom jou will often hearJtlon for lite parent which Is nt tho
Subdivision, spcclnllzntlon Is tho or which I wish to guard you ngalnsl, . rot of ills Injurious disposition of
der of the day j policy orders If you break owners.1 wealth. Thero Is only one thing to bo
The habit of thrift constitutes one "''t you do It This Is no rule for you "aM Ior "8 molc. It furnishes one of
of the grcntest dl"erences bttvvecn tho j lo '"How. Always break orders to snvc the most cfflcnclous means of rnpld
snvagp And the civilized man. (Owners There never was n great I distribution of wealth ever known.
I havo never yet met a man who fill character who did not sometimes Here is n remarkable fact, that tho
ly understood two different .kinds- of , "mash tho routine legiilntlons nnd ' '"asses if the people In any country
b,lalnos9 "'ahl' no ones for himself. I nro prosperous nnd comfortable Just lu
The millionaire- who tolls on Is tho )our boss Just as soon ns you 'Proportion ns there aro millionaires,
cheapest article which tho community n. try it on early. There Is nothing I ' Hie old home of our race In Brit
secures nt the price it pays for him M like so well if he Is tho right '". whlcn is tho richest country In nll
......-.,. un sueiier, doming nnd rood I
No young man ever lived who had
". uuei spicnniu cnance,
.. ,. .. ,, e.,cr employed nt all "crime, nnd nnd one capablo of dls
The young man who never had airnlng genius Our young partners
um"a ' l"1' san, "ng mnn who
M fl H liiifili inn norm A ...
" " """ v """ u,ur "nn over
again by Ms superiors, on.l found des
'"""' Ul l" necessary qualifications. '" '"' own experience I can say that not one to every ten thnt Is reputed bo
A basketful of bonds Is tho heaviest' "" known few young men Intended The triuble between cnpltal and In
basket a young mnn ever had to carry. I for business who wero not Injured by hor Is Jint In proportion to tho Ignor
1 would inmost ns soon leave n young ' college education. nnce of the employer nnd tho Ignor-
man a curse as burden him with thu Men l.i.ve wasted their precious ance of the employed. Tho more Intel
almighty elollnr. years trying lo extrnct education from "gent tho employer the better nnd the
I attribute most of my success In life , an Ignorant past, whose chief provlnco Timro Intelligent tho employed, the bet
to tho 'act that trouble runs off my ' to teach us not what to adopt, hut tei It . never education, It Is never
back like vater from a duck. what to rvold. .Men have sent their knowledge that produces collision. It
Men who In old nge strive only to sons fo colleges to wnste their oner- Is nlways Ignorance on the part of one
Increase their already great hordes ar gles upon obtaining n knowledge of or the other of the two forces Speak
usually i'io slaves of tho habit of such la lguages as Greek and I.ntln. Ing from an experlenco not Inconslder
hoarding formed In their youth. ( which aro of no moro prnctlcnl use to able, I make this statement. Cnpltal
At first they own the money, later, them than Choctaw. Is Ignorant or tho necessities nnd the
In llfo the money owns them "Don t put nll your eggs In ono has Just dues of labor, and labor Is Ignor-
College grndnates will usually bo.ket" Is all wrong I tell you, "Put nil ant of the necessities nnd dangers of
found 1111 ler salaried, trusting subordl your eggs In ono bnskct and then capital. That Is the true origin of frlc
na,C8 'watch that basket" ft Is easy lo tlon between them
l-t-f'l'4.f...f. if. !tH
that Messrs Morgan and Vanderhllt r
would not care to have made public I
Thcro might be, In fact, another scan-!
dal similar to that which Is jQst novi
shadow Ing tho beef barons.
The very newest theory for tho
cmniiplnntlonnf women Is thnt io hnvo
he right to be homely would complete '
tho enfranchisement of woman. Not ''"" '"ey know tho financial con I hlllpplncs. But tho philanthropist
on'y that, but It Is claimed this would '"ton of every resident In the city, -vhb In earnest ami did not see the
pit nn end lo tho femalo Blnte, "plac-nni1 ,Ulen tllc' BC0 tho people turning joke. Ho did not wish to own the
Ing woman upon nn equality with man J,lt t0 tt" ,llc 0l'era 1Ioll9e wlt" lllou ' lIPPlnos. to become King or tho
not a fictitious equality, such ns ac-1 tuml (I"ar houses nt Shakespearian cannibal Islands, ns It were, but he
c.eiied by dlplonns or rules, but a l'8 night niter night they know',us Intensely opposed to tho occupn
icnl equality moro important thnn the ll,cro m,18t o money In tho town, nnd t,,n or thoso Islands by tho United
light to vote or to hold office ' ,c thc" fall to secure their share of the fautes and had very decided views up-
This may all he very true, but It Is ""fulatlng medium tnat Is owing to on tho Philippine situation When tho
a right that will never be universally ihoin by the patrons of Shakespeare Spanish treaty was pending. Mr Car
..Iclmcd by women. When tho Lord ' "' ot Hogan, they must stand tho ,., K wcnt to President McKlnley nt
eimverted that filth rib of Adam Into i-eket. . Washington nnd told h!7n that Amerl
a woman he Implanted in her heart n ' "i uo er' murii netter imiccu
(icslro to please man, and since tlniop01- the wholesale trade, for tho retail
began sho has followed tho God given 'undo, and for tho debtor here, ns well
impulse and will continue to until tho ls """ tho shipper on tho mainland If
end or time, for upon It her happiness 'r.-dits weie very materially curtailed
depends Now nnd then one Hies oft As It Is, tho dentin seems to hnvo
at a tangent and cries out "'lno men'
the men' Why should women bo eon
tlantly occupied 111 trying to please
t'onf, '. and the answer Is simply bo -
c.-uso sho craves the admiration and
nve of man, and lo gain tt or to keep
it sho must bo neautiful.
Men will not admit n woman's right
to bo homely. According to them,
woman h first duty is to he beautiful.
Sho must please and attract, If not by
natural loveliness of race and form nt
least by the graeo wltn which Bho pro
tei ts herself In a careful setting or
(Ik as, by- the graclousnoss nf her man
ers, by tho ready sympathy of her
mind or by thnt tact which says tho
1 'ght thing nt tho right time, or l.ccns
1.1111 and looks pleasant Indeed, thu
time will novor eoino when woman
w,r be nhlo to honestly say to mnn,
"You do not admire me hut I don't
No woman Is so plain that, ir rtio
will only put her mind to It, she may
not become a rlvnl of her moro b.nutl-
nil sister or tho brilliant complexion
nnd classic profile Thero Is Snrh
IIernhar.lt, a woman who has neither
c..es nor hair, nor figure, nor feature.
whose whole stock lu trado Is a volco
..ml n ,nmrt.lei ,mrp nnd wi for ihn
last score of years or moro buo has
nado n doormat or tho masculine gcn -
e'er Therefoio to please, to charm
ni.d to capttvato may be the girt or tho
I.'nln woman oven moro than that ot
the beauty Ilut It is a duty sho owes
to herself, to hei husband nnd to her
rhii.ir... n, t ti... ,n l, U m i.n
como her husband, to make heiself ns
Htlinctlvo and beautiful, without re- " "" '"" '"""" "" l"" "'"" K" "" "" accoi.iing to facts now made pub
course to artificial means, as It is pos "" ,ho 8en'but " B pvl,lont ,hat t(icr0 for the first time by Mr George V.
Having flguied up tho dividends to
bo imid on listed stocks for tho month1
jof Mny Wall street announces that
I they will bo eight million ilnllnis larg-
ler thnn for tho samo month last year.
How does this compaio with Honolulu
It Is not from the sons of the million
aire or th. noble that the world re
ceives Its teachers, Its martyrB, Its In
ventors, lis statesmen, Its poets, or
even its men of nffnlrs. It U frnm fhn
CoUngo of ,.10 00r tlmt nll ,,lcg(J
,of the coiiblned profits of labor nnd
''"" oi oois. ir he Is not, ho Is not tho
mnn for vi to remnln with leave him
""""-'"t you can, oven nt a present
' -amnj!lo Brothers won their spurs
lii atii.ii !. 1I..1 ..
- u uiai we uni not know halt
m ell A-hnt was wanted ns they did.
H !-$ fs-f . f j f - j
THE CRDDIT SYSTI2M.
The discussion thnt recently took
pi-ce at a meeting of the Merchants
Association on tho subject of credits
has apparently fnllcd of effect. Things
Item to bo going along In thu samo
,oIiI way, customers getting tho credit
-d the ictaller whistling for his mon
- If this continues, of course, the
R',alItr8 Ilav' onl' themselves to
things his own way, whereis It would
1 IC lnllc" Inore wholesome for nil con
""' " '-' t'ro "' to BK 8ome
thing like the following-
The man thnt was deeply In defit
S-'nld, "No matter whatever I gebt,
My cieuilors claim
A share of tho same, I
Which makes me discouraged, you
iii.iit " I
From the records ot the Navy Do
pirtment has been unearlhed a rtocu
nient which has an Interesting bearing
,tn tllu olennIc disturbance In tho
West Indies. Commander W. II 11
Soatherlnnd, chief hydrographer of tho
navy, dlscoveied In tho files of IiIb or
Hie a rep.nt dated May 5, 1901, of Cnp
tlll J Thomas of tho schooner Knte,
which was then about thirty two miles
r1",ar,,lora ,llu B0"th p0l"t of M"'
tltililwt 'I1 tile ii-innt-t clinu a tlvnt iivnfit
tlnlqiio This report shows that exact-
l onu 5,ar' lacMnB fiiree llaa' "rl01
'" tho great volcanic upheaval In Mar-
'""n'to a phenomenon 01 tho Bea Blml-
mr iu mat which pruvuucu uruiiiiu iiiu
li'nnd when tho iccent catastrophe oe-
""'"' """ "u"lcu " '"" '" ""
ivTe Captain .nomas reported that
,,,P8ca & fury, breaking
" " "" "'" rug,lB' ""B ' ""
. " "
iiu.u.i nn. r uuurs
n-.,An i, nn .n.
mo ''"'"' sm00'" aKa,n' tno BC"oon
" Ial,orP'1 ,cry ,,oaUly nn'1 ,vn8 ""
' ""'"-"liable, during the phenomenon,
,llH lllKh wln,U from Tl n"l not
l''u"B hc'r ""-""Ko aV-
I rrii.inlH 'rkn1nn ,1..n A . ,,..... n
x"' ""' "'"-" "'- -." ."
mutt hnvo been some great sub marlno
dlstui banco In thnt Immedlato locality.
steers mo not kiciung nowndnys
The meat trust boycott Is saving their
Hon Frank J Gould nnd wife have
yarhtcd off to tho -West Indies, hoping
EMPIRE OF BUSINESS."
watch and carry the one basket. Is Ib
trying to carry too many baskets that
breaks roost eggs In this country. 11
vviio carries threo baskets must put
one on nls head, which is apt to turn
blu and trip him up.
It took me somo time to learn, but 1
did learn, that tho supremely great
manager), such as you havo theso
days, never do any work themselves
worth speaking nbout. Their point Is
to make others work while they think.
I applied this lesson In after life, so
that business with mo has never been
a care. My young partners did the
work anJ I did the laughing, and I
commend to nil the thought that thcro
Is very little success where thcro is
Nothing is truer than this, that as
n rule tho "almlEhty dollar benuenth.
Kurope tho richest country In tho
wo'rl'l save one. our own thero are
niore millionaires than In the whole of!
the rest of Europe, nnd Its people nre
hetter off thnn In any olTicr. You come
to our own land, wo have moro mil
iionaires tnnn in nll the rest of tho
orlil put together, although wc have
- H - f :-H -i--M"iil1-$'$hS,
l'i sco the sights nnd render some help
I It the refugees. Gould's yacht travels
at tho rate of l'JT miles an hour, so
they should havo a pleasant trip, at
THE PHILIPPINE CAUSE.
Everyone regnided ns a huge Joke
the Oder made by Andrew Cnineclo oi
$20,000,000 for the purchase of the
ca wus facing n war ltiT.10 Philippines,
that our people anil tho Filipinos would
,,, i,0 Mlllng ono nnollier, and ho
hk,.( to BU,t t() Manila as a com-
ivBon or one or n commission, with
ti, fullest authority to declare that
,merlcn desired good things for tho
utile brown men nnd would soon rcc-
01 nlze their Independence. IIo also
told Mr McKInloy tTiat he had this
matter ho much at huilrt that, li sent
on Biieh n mission, he would himself
pay the 20,000,000 called for by tho
At tint tlmo tho President was con
leinpla'tlng Bending a commission to
the PliTilpplnes to endeavor to leach
:n agieement with Agulnnldo nnd his
I.'oplo which should avoid hostilities.
Mr Cnrneglo did not deslio to pre-
vent the ratification of the treaty with
bpnln. but be did deslro to prevent tho
United States irom undertaking to
control nnd govern thoso Islands, a
peceeding which ho believed to bo
fi aught with great danger to us, nnd
the lesponslbllltles of which ho
thought we should not assume
In view of tho slaughter of Ameri
can soldiers, during the two years since
this conversation, tho largo number
of ,,ca"1B dll t0 climatic conditions
and tropical diseases, and the great
expense of maintaining military au
money on tno ibiihds, together with
'the cost of tho transport service from
"""' raneisco io ine I'lilllpplnes, It is
n question whether McKlnley's or Car-
r.glo's Mows wero tho wlsci. As yet
" bcneiit has como Irom the occupa-
,,-.. -.. .,- . . .. .......
........ .. ..(. u w.u uimeu oiaics
nu ' " Present generation or rillplnos
wl lla' to bo killed off beforo thcro
is any noticeable Improvement In tho
condition of tho people, or of tho
country duo to Aniei Icttnlzatlon Cer-
. ... 1 n . . .. 1
i.riuy ejarnegies motives wero or tho.TTar, and Adna It. CnafTeo ts tho Gen
fYvwrd president of 'the Fidelity and
Casualty Company of TTovv York, who
li'irned them direct from Mr Cnrneglo
Nebraska's volcano on Mount Iona
Is still exhaling gasses and rumblings.
'1Mb kind ot competition may havo
Listened tho trip or fho Orator or tho
Platto to Cuba,
LARGE CROWD PRESENT
Sod? and Instrumental Music for
Benefit of Baseball Team and
The toncert given In the gymna
bimn of tho Kaniehamcha School last
r.'eht was attended by a large number
of people. At the end of the hall was
n stngo decorated with banana leaves
rml Hawaiian and American banners.
The inrgo hall was well filled with peo
ple, tho Knmchameha boys in their
uniforms and tho gfrls dressed In
v hlfe composed a largo part of tho
The program, which comprised both
vocal and Instrumental selections.
was received with enthusiasm. Kvery'
lumber caused a perfect storm of ap-'
plause, so that encores, in cases even
double encores, had to be given.
Among tho most appreciated num.
Lers of tho program wero thoso given
bv Kaal and his quartet club. Miss
Ida Lamb, who gave several vocal se
lections, playing her own accompani
ment, was another performer who mot
vlth much fnvor with tho audience.
While not giving a display of a great
Miiount of technique. Miss Lamb's
clear and sweet voice was well suited
to the numbers sho rendered and her
efforts called forth sucn applauso that
nn encore had to bo given.
Among tho other numbers, tho
"dtnrs nnd Srlpes Korevcr," by Kaal
nnd Ah Loy, tho selections rendered
Iv the Mandolin Club ns well an the
vocal numbers by tho Glee Club nnd
the third grade nll wero much ap
I lauded by the audience, which was
evidently In n splendid humor. Tho
full program was ns follows:
Llttlo Duchess Leon
Hrceze'tho Night Lamotha
Miss Ida l.nmb.
Kaal s Club.
Old Kolks at Homo.....'..arr. Gclbcl
Nuuami arr. King
Tho Gleo Club.
Miss Ida Lamb. '
Potpourri, The Ilohemlan Girl.. Jacobs
ilnwnllan Medley King
Stars nnd Stripes Forever Sousa
Messrs. Kaal and Ah Loy.
Tom, tho Piper's Son Kendnll
Ccssack Galop Tocaben
The entertainment, which was given
lor tho benefit oi tho baseball team
mil tho Kanewanui fund, netted a Bum
1 caring 50.
RELIGIOUS PRESS AND THE PHIL
IPPINES. I From Zlon's Herald
The religious editor of any experi
ence will not take rumors, or even sin
gle and exceptional cases of cruelty, as
representative of tho whole army In
the Philippines In Its administration.
The religious editor must bo mind
ful of the longcxstlng tact that the nn-
tl Imperialists havo exploited and ex
aggerated every unhappy revelation In
tho difficult problems or governing
semi barbarous, treacheroiiB and sav
age racjs in tho Philippines, to tho
embarrassment ot both tho McKInloy
and Itoosovelt administrations.
The religious editor familiar with
tho tactics of tho great party out of
power, i-eeklng for some Issuo upon
which It may hopo to securo tho np
proval of tho general public, will make
sure niut this investigation Into tho
military government of tho Philippines
is not Inspired largely if not wholly
for political ends,
Tho wlso religious editor will refuse
to pick chestnuts out of tho ftro cith
er foi tho anti Imperialist or tho po
Tho wao religious editor will wait
tor proor or the allegations made, and
not pub.'Mi rumors and scandals as
facts. This Investigation is begun, nnd
will bo searching and exhaustive.
When Indubitable facts aro reached,
showing tho nature of tho administra
tion ot our army In the Philippines as
a whole, they Jwlll bo given to our
readers without any restriction.
Tho Sua puts It well In saying: "Tho
United-States Army, moreover, is in
hands that the country may bo proul
or and tiust, Theodore Roosevelt 1b
President. Eliliu uoot Is Sccrctnry of
eral commanding In tho Philippines.
What bIkiiiIiI ho dono to correct abuses
will bo done to a moral certainty."
Meantlmo It will bo better for tho
religious press, as well as for tho In
dividual, 10 suspend Judgment until tho
facts aro revealed.
"She soeniB to bo quite up to date.'
"Sho Is, Sho refers to her marriage
as a morgor.
CUR OUS CRINKLES
By LANAI LOUNGER.
Tho Supreme Court must bo running
up a big oil bill to keep Its reversing
gear lubricated. v
8uch an opportunity as the fresh out
break of Kllauea volcano was too great
to be neglected by the rumorologtst,
but his efforts arc fairly paralleled with
the freak theories of the pscudo scien
tists. False reports about what the
volcano Is doing, however, nro apt to
hurt tho country.whlle fanciful guesses
at the cause of volcanoes aro Innocu
ous. Constructive contempt of court Is
made unpunishable by tho Hawaiian
law, but It Is also left undlstlngulsh
able from direct contempt by the samo
law. Therefore the courts may pro
tect themselves by pronouncing 'af
fronts to them contempt, In plain En
glish, and npplylngthc penalties of tho
Chinese and Japanese merchants In
Hawaii are vying with each other to
acslmllnto western civilization ns ex
emplified in tho American bankruptcy
Hawaiian editors may become pro.
voiced to Jealousy by the frequency
with which vessels nro being libeled
by parties outside of tho profession.
Length of purse ns well as or head
required makes tho selection or n good
man for Delegate to Congress difficult.
U the Kohala ditch bill Is going to be
ditched, it will be hard ror the promot
ers to water tho stock.
Just as scientific authority has ex
ploded the notion that whisky Is a cure
for snako bites. Secretary Wilson pro
hibits the Introduction or snakes Into
Hawaii. Ho cannot, however, keep out
the kind that comes In whisky.
THE ll!ll FUNERAL
The funeral of tho late John A. Has
slrger will take placo this afternoon
from the Masonic Temple. Tho casket
containing the remains will bo escort,
rd to Nuiinnii cemetery by"5 Bqtiaif of
tollce, the Territorial hand nnd Com
rany 11 of tho National Guard, form
ing a guard of honor. Tho Masons
ind the Knights of Pythias will also
lorn out to pay their respects to their
The pall bearers will be W. F. Allen,
V. A. Schacfer, Samuel Parker, Cap
tain A. Fuller, Dr. M. Grossman, II. D.
Walty nnd II. F. Lewis. Tho ser
vices will bo conducted by tho Wor-
tl'lprul Master ot tho Hawaiian
Those deslrlng-to send flowers after
9 o'clock this morning are requested to
tend them to the Masonic Temple.
Tho Hcalant entertainment for tho
purposo of raising funds to pay tor
the new shell which arrives this month,
will be given nt the Opera House on
Saturday evening, June 2S. The pro
gram will bo a varied one, culled prin
cipally from the talent of tho club al
though one or two who have already
volunteered their services have beeu
promptly notified of acceptance.
Tho manager of the affair promises
several novelties, Including a local skit
especially written for the occasion.
The old time black face minstrels will
ho superse'ded with tho moro modem
Idea of a typical Hcalant smoker,
minus the smoke. The stage will bo set
to represent tho club houso in gala ar
ray and the various talented ones will
exhibit, their stunts as If at n regula
tion smoker. Songs nnd choruses, a
boxing set-to, the Hcalant quartet nnd
other specialties will be Introduced.
One feature sure to causo merriment
will consist of a burlesquo of tho
Floradora quartet, followed by a simi
lar travesty of the Ilomeo and Juliet
f Pittsburg Dispatch.
In tho course of an attack on Gener
al Miles the New York Sun says: "It
will bo years beforo this country for
gets how this enterprising though mod
est strategist acquired his present
rank, dignities and emoluments by
means of an unostentatious llttlo rider
to tho Military Academy Appropriation
bill of 1900."
The Intimation thnt the enactment
referred to was a victory of the politi
cal strategy of General Miles llagrantly
Ignores another votcran mnr.euverer
'on tho field of political strategy. Tor
whllo thcro ls a dispute as to who won
the victory of Santiago, there ls abso
lutely no doubt that tho triumph ot
getting his rider enacted was duo to
tliVgeneralshlp of II. C. Corbln.
For several campaigns that persever
ing tactician bad operated from his
baso In tho Adjutant" General's office
upon Congress as an objective point
to secure the victory of getting himself
legislated into a Major General. Suc
cess did not crown his efforts until ha
conceived the masterly flank move
ment ot joining to his own mcasuro
tho enactment ot a Lieutenant Gcner
alHhlp for Miles, This dono, the vic
tory was won tor Corbln
Tho ittempt to deny to Corbln tho
credit or this victory does gross Injus
tice to tne most Biiccessrul political
campnlgnor thai Iho army Has produc
ed for many ilecades.
1 1 t
Never strike a man that's down, es
pecially If he Is muscular and Is Just
getting jp again. Unltlmoro Nows.