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ICVENINO BULLBTIN, HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
nt 120 King Street, Honolulu,
I, T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE n. FARRINQTON.. Editor
Entered at tbo Postofflco at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Per month, anywhoro in U. S.. .75
Tor quarter, anywhoro In U. 8.. 2.00
Per year, anywhero In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, forolgn 11.00
Ix months S .60
Per year, nnywhero In U. S.... 1.00
l?er year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. O. IlOCKl'S, Iluslness Manager of
the Bulletin Publishing Company. Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says. That tho following
Is n trup and correct statement of cir
culation for tho weak ending Janu
ry Eth, 1906, ot tho Dally and Week
ly Editions ot tho livening IluHctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Dec. 30, 1905 2374
Jan. 1, 1906 2110
Jan. 2, 1906 2124
Jan. 3, 1906 2113
Jan. A, 1906 2116
Jan. 5, 1906 2103
Average Dally circulation 2157
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1905 2363
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on
the Islond of Hawaii alon 1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUIILISHINO CO.. LTD,
By C O. DOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
foro mo this Cth day of Jan
ISEAL1 uary, 19"C.
P. II. BURNETTE,
Notary rubllc, Houolulu. County of
the community, why not bo a bel.-mare whSto . SinSd . uo"X
ot Progress. fcaUon
r'Ti'iar'-lntrat'ed0 "to llS?SSia !o SlUt
,tt$&$ffii$ SrJaitM peop' beforo 'hom
ly to make the mission attractive from ' 'f" oJ ,1' .... --,,-
. The great problem of tho hour at the ' " MioXly " "
a'i?.!!!10.?, .ri?.u-r U lin-t "oTa'to to'me'nd. It isn't
'offlclals can become Indecent?; lntox-
- Jcated on one third ot a bottle of Scotch
The Attorney General ot the United
States calls for an annual appropria
tion ot S,813,573. Tho Secretary of
the Navy for the samo period asks
9122,312,408.8:. Tho rclallvo.value of
administering Justice In our country
Is not estimated In dollars and cents.
It the Legislature would pass an ap
propriation ot a few thousand dollars
to straighten out tho lund titles ot the
educational department. It would not
bo necessary to expend double that
amount In taking cure of Just such
scrimmages as tho present Holualoa af
fair. John Hughet seems to think tho He-
publican Committee Is always almliw
at the Civic rcdcratlon. How does he
know that It Is not tho Home Rulers
they are trying to keep out. Then If
any Civic Federatlonlst should do as
tho Homo Killers do, they might
be an thing but certainly not Republi
cans. The nollrv of tho Ilei.ubllcan'
party thus far has been to allow tho SIX-ROOM COTTAQE
llest sinner to return to an open prlra-l ,,,,
ary while the light holds out to burrf.MOSQUITOPROF
.mii-r ho uu iciuruvu wc is dui'iiubuu
CARTER AND ROBINSON
Governor Carter's sudden chango ot
front on tho appointment of Judge Kob
inson will lay him open, among Hobln
con's friends, to the chargo of never
having been In favor of Koblnson, and
merely waiting for the opportunity to
throw him overboard If possible. . ,
The charge against Judge Robinson
which would cause the Governor to
change his mind so suddenly must be
assumed as serious becauso it Ib not the
part of dignity or common sense to bo
moved by a whim or satisfy personal
Tho situation therefore Is ono that
calls for a statement ot both sides In
detail before a proper conclusion can
bo reached. Coucf quently It Is not to
bo presumed the President will act till
he has had the whole affair thoroughly
threshed out, and tho public can afford
Mto suspend Judgment.
Judge Koblntons record has been
- such that those who have been In his
court, whether on tho losing or winning
sldo, as Jurors, witnesses or attorneys.
ky'are favorable to his reappointment.
uruaieu mai ine cause (or me uovcr
nor's action bo serious. It would eveu
then bo a question whether an Incident
jbhoutd control as' agalnBt a long and
, acceptable record.
NO COLONIAL GOLD BRICK
' . Expressions from the chairman of
the Washington delegation, a majority
of its members and the known tiredl-
; lections of others who will make up tho
party ought to satisfy the people ot the
Territory that they will bo properly
represented In their unaltcrablo opdo-
lifltlon to any chango that smacks of
' Colonialism for IIhwaII.
?V. Nnlhlni- Ihn ITnllprl Plntoa n-nul.l nt.'
Nothing tbo United States would of -
fcr this Territory could lead tho people
to tho acceptance ot a colonial form uf
The only danger the delegates haw
to fear Is tho gentleman with Roll
bricks who MnlUs about tho national
inpllol He Is alwaja attractive and
E! ' ,..",7.:n,". "VX?"Z 2
for rnors what they can get If they
accept) his views and assures them that
"tcrlnlnly Congress would never be so
unfair as to fall to do the "proper
llilHff In Avnnl t .a e hAmn hritnnon.1
i. rnnmi ininm nn unmUB.1 hi.i,i.r.llended thirteen months. Some thno
One of these gold brliks Is handed
in .,ir.innn imr... i,.., n..v ,-.
told that the President or ndmlnlstra'
tlon would look out for them In ovenl
of thh freo trade Philippine policy bo
lug Inimical to Hawaii's best Interests
It looks pretty and seems plausible
when told In the proper tono of voice
It Is a gold brick. ,
Under such circumstances there Is
Just ono thing for citizens and dele
gates to do. Stick to their text. When
nltemnthc gold brick propositions att
offered, allow no time to be wasted In
Hawaii wants no colonialisms.
LOST OPPORTUNITIES ?
There can bo no doubt that tho poo'
plo of this Territory nro anxious to
have tho Islands advertised. Their de
sire Is demonstrated In a willingness
to pay a special tax on tho freight
they ship to tho city of Honolulu, and
nae the money expended on promotion
Thcro Is no doubt that tho peoplo
aro behind tho movement to send a
special delegation to Washington to
advance tho bill for tho robato of sov-cnty-flvo
per cent, of Iho Federal rev
enues Mr appropriation to l'edcral
purposes In Hawaii. Iluslness houses
ot tho city, some of them outsldo tho
business organizations, havo been
ready to contribute a share of the money
to pay the expenses of this delegation.
When tho proposal Is mado to mako
the most of tho advertising opportuni
ties this delegation trip offers by hav
ing a press representative accompany
tho party, one of tho bell marcs of tho
community assists In killing tho whole
project by sug-rustlng that they might
also tako along a doctor and n
Clood ndvertlslng was ono of tho
ttrong arguments in favor ot sending
on this delegation. Through tho me
dium of a competent press rcprosuitU'
the, this delegation could secure rooro
laorablo publicity for Hawaii than
cnn p0Bii,y i,0 purebnsed through tho
'nr mmum of promailon wk
characteristic :of Hawaii or at least It
cl"5" not to be to allow opportunities
pass becauso a bell maro can't sco tho
uso ot making tho most of them,
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Jnur, Faeheco was given one year
" the reform school by Judge Whitney
this morning for stealing. Willie
Pecahl was bIfo sentenced to ono jear.
, Wlllam Pike had his sentence bus
I0"0 ,Jn,n"nryi f,n,crcil 'A- ,?ci 1 P1
hard Like, editor of the Kenlohalna,
und made away with a purse containing
5 IB. CO. January was careless with th
money he had never had such a largs
amount and was day dreaming con
tinually nhqut what he would do with
ail too real cash. He thought nno
planned, and planned and thought. S3
Intense was ho with dreams ot tho fu
turc, what ho would do. where ho
would go, and Just how he would spend
his newly acquired fortune, that he in
timity become reckless. Then lie drop
ped olt In a dose. When he awoko lil
money was gone tho money he had
taken his llto In his hands for. Hi1
t-earched every pocket. He couldn't
report tho theft to the police ho had
stolen the coin himself. And he hndn t
spent a cent. Hut he did have a Root"
time planning for the future, which
was not tho reform school for one year
but guns, candy nnd what not that
makes a boy happy.
When the purse and cash left Janu
ary's pocket It mado two others happy
for tho time being. That pair was Wit
llo I'lho and Wllllo l'cahl. Wllllo had
taken the liberty of relieving his friend
January of his Ill-gotten gains. He ill
vldcd his-spoils with Plho. When the
police were notified they soon rounded
up me inrcc yomiis nna juuge vvnu
ney's decision this morning Is tho r
The following "prose poem" Is by an
Atchison merchant, who was warm
under tho collar;
"There- are somo shoppers In this
town who think they know It all. lint
they never buy In Atchison O, no, this
town's too small. They shop, and shop,
and shop, nnd on clerko hero they have
no pity. Hut when they liavo a cent to
spend they go to Kansas City. Jn Attli.
Ison they're treated the mobt respectful
way While down In Kansas City the
clerks all call them 'Say.' And to each
cter when they're gone, in a most sar-
'(nuttf tnutitipr rntnnrl. 'thnrn rn.. n
...... . ....v., ..u..., ..u.v 0vvq h
larmer 111 bet her name In llanner,
Uul human nature's much tho same no
matter where jou go. And whllo our
drnr friends here thluk our stores fco
very slow, In Kansas City, her sister or
cousin, to say tho least, can't find a
thing to suit her there, so goes farther
East. In Chicago, that big city that
is ruled by men from Cork, her slster'n
sister falls to find anything this Bldo
of Now York. While in Now York an
other sister and there area many more
than three can't And a thing to suit
her there, and she goes across tho sea.
In London and In Paris where still
other sisters iwc4l, I really don't know
where they go, I hope they go to h ."
Goodwin: "Why not accompany mo
to church this afternoon, Smiley? Yon
ivlll hear an Interesting talk." Smiley
Kxcuso me, Goodwin, but I heard that
kind of n talk when I reached homo
at 2 o'clock this morning and I can't
stand another today." Chicago Dally
Jlllson; "How's jour rheumatism to
iay, old man?" Ulllklns: "It's work-
Ling overtime, thank ou; hut I'm not
htiio to no mucn no son." unicngo
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Julletln gives a complete summary ot
be ;' a t the day.
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HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
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938 FORT 8TREET.
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famous LITTLE TUDOR PLAY
The LITTLE TUDOR 8LEEPER8
are made'of pink and blue striped Out
ing flannel, style as per cut without
the collar and aro made In sizes 1 to
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that a trial will be most satisfactory,
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CHARLES DANA GIBSON.
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nnd Ink. win k. in lit llrst ri-ported. but will ilinoii- liN utti-iitlou to pilntltig hi
oIN for'.i yiiir or two The creator nf Hie "lilln.ni gill" l America's best
Miuvvn IHuMruti.r. mill ills art wnrl. glu-f iiiiu'mi iiiroiiu- f wi.t".i n jcur.
Ills wilt' and Ills two dilldien will upend tin- wintei with liliu III Mndrld.
THE 8ALARIE8 OF TEACHER3.
Leslie's Weekly 1
The Inadequacy of the salaries said
to the teachers In our public schools
and to educators generally has been
Iho sublect of frequent editorials In
these columns. It is encouraging
therefore to note from a recent address
by Dr. William T. Harris, United learning and superior abilities and ac
States Commissioner of Education, compllshmenta aro ready to accept,
that thcro Is a decided upward tenden- where their pay Is less than many a
cy In teachers' salaries for tho past mechanic's wages. Wo hear a great
fow years, and that tho prospects are deal about tbo mania for money-get-good
for a still greater advance Ac- ting In this country, as If It woro the
cording to tho statistics submitted by colo stimulus to oxcrtlon; but more
Dr. Harris In 1S90. 7,918 professors than twenty thousand college protea
and Instructors officiated In tho col- tors and Instructors aro spending their
leges and universities of tho United energies In an employment which
States, not Including "10 piofcsslonal gives them scarcely mora than a'baru
schools. Dy 1903 tho number had rla- subsistence. Tho "slmplo life," of
en to 20.887. Whenco this growth? It which wo hear so much, Is theirs. With
comes from the encouraging fact that them It Is plain living and high think
Iho averogo annual increase, the grow mg. They nro Impelled by other high.
Ing demand for higher education, er ambitions than mcro moncy-mak-throws
open, according to Dr. Harris, ing. And then, consider tho 600.000
nearly ono thousand now places every
year in colleges ami universities lor
teachers promoted from tho secondary
schools, thoso nlono bolng selected
who possess tho requisite abilities and
Here, then, wo boo tho Incentive for
a thousand teachers in tho secondary
tchools to fit themselves for promotion
to tho colleges or universities, whllo a
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We Are The People
Style Is UP-TO-DATE
Piices Are Right
Made Throughout By
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STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
I thousand teachers In the lower grado
I have the opportunity for appointment
I to tho higher grado. Here, obviously,
each teacher's advancement rests with
.himself. Dcsldes this, tho Incrcaso In
now places In the secondary schools of
-tho United States has been somewhat
more, Tho high schools and academies
counted 10,321) teachers In 1890 and In
1903 counted 33.703. This Increase
gavo 17.4GG now positions In thirteen
years 1,340 a j ear for touchers In
public and prlvalo high schools.
In tho matter of salaries tho recent
canvass mado by tho apodal commit
tee appointed to tnvestlgato the sub
ject reports a list showing an aggre
gate of 53,554 positions, with annual
Balarles of S4.C0O and over, one-halt of
which pay S00 and upward, besides
14,11)3 ot !uu to scuu, and 17.728 an'
nual salaries below $500,
and Yale the professors receive all tho
way .from $2,000 to $4,000 a year, and
tho Instructors from $800 to $1,000.
Small salaries,, often pitifully small,
they form tho Incomes that men of
school teachers with an averago salary
i less man siiuu. rno "smart set,
tho "American aristocracy," do you
say? You may find them hero.
It Is claimed that tho small salaries
laid to teachers Is not duo to niggard-
llncss. Then It must bo duo to lndlf-
fcronco and to tho fact that, as a body,
tho politicians havo no fear of them.
For the teachers, unllko tho teamsters,
luiigsnurvmcu anu miners, uo not lorm
a "striking' 'organization by them
lelveB. Hut steadily onward and up
ward do they move, thoso educators of
tho nation, who, llko tbo great Arnold
of Itugby and Hopkins or Williams aro
1 proud to wrlto "Teacher" after their
rames. All honor to thoso who art)
lighting nobler battles and winning
; greater and more enduring- victories
than aro won at the point of bayonets
'anil llin Mnnnn'i maiiIVi
At a former meeting of the Board
nf Hitnarvlfinra lillta Ini. flim -lnllna
I each worn nripnti.,l l.v (h Intor.r.l.
and Steamship Company for earning MJort,h; v B" ,aro- J nm utterly
deck passengers from Hana to Kahu-1 ,'um V,f oundoa at tho Governor's ac
Uul, from Knhulul to Hana and fromi"on"
Fukoo, Moloknl, to Honolulu. "I havo no original Information about
As tho regular chargo Is but two dol-' this matter," Bald Joseph Lightfoot.
lars for deck passcngen, tho bills. "1 only have knowledge from what I
wero roturned for correction. havo been told by peoplo, who, I ho-
In the company's letter of tho 10th novo, speak tho truth. As I under
of Doccmbor. addressed to tlw County stand It. Carter accused Robinson of
Clerk, the foltow ng startling Btate- tclng drunk, but had to crawfish. Ho
Srsfork parM & iSt,&w,li11'
rZZ "harg'o' Vh.ch Tho 'Sort -" """ ''caro tor&hnl
a-WIWlSlJK i'-wosleTTn .35
in nintn Rni-iiah ihta mnna u,nt .V,. of anything Carter Bays, I would en-
Individual may travel for two dollars
deck passago, but when tho people's
nnnnv la tn nnv tun i.ui ... .i nn nv
.-W..UJ ... ,w l-KJ ...V U... ,,W UUU RU V - "
tra little Item of 150 -per cent. The I "I was always In favor of tho en
Board of Supervisors returned tho bills dorsement of Judgo Robinson," Bald
and will refuse to stand for any such D. L. Withlngton, "and I am so now,
Braft. lultbouah I think It was rcnrehanslblo
Ths DU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN-
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
(In 'and h w.Liu Prfiinn i... ,iiemeni vviuiingion waa misiniorm'
iln and the Weekly Edition, nlvet l simonton took tbo bottlo and gave
concise and complete resume of all le- It to tho painters,
aal notices, calls for tender. Iurin.1 "Robinson has certainly deserved
:.....i-. B" ;' . I.?
II per year.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the-market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue 'Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR
GOING-1 GOING!! GONE!'!
Herplclde Will Save It. Herplclde VIH
mo uniuitiAu rcmcuj tnm
The Rabbit and the Guinea Pig
Prof Unna, the world's greatest der
matologist (ask your doctor about
him) was tho .first to discover the ml
croblo nnd eontnKlous naturo ot true
(lamlrurr. Ills discovery wns Ver Wed
by Dr. 8abournnl. of Tarls. who de
nuded a rnliblt with human dnndrult
flakes. Alxn bv Iissar nnd IJUhnp.
Make, hair light and lluTy.
Drur S'. fl-w- ' Stnl IX tumpi to IIERPIC
HOLLI8TER DRUQ CO SPECIAL AGENTS
Appllcantlons at Prominent
CHARQE3 OF 8CANDAL
(Continued from Page 1.)
nnd Clem Qulnn wero nil seen
morning. All positively denied
they, or an) ono el no of thojo present,
was Intoxicated In tho'slightest degrco.
In tho time from 12:30 a, m. until 2
a. m., one-third ot a bottlo of, "lilnclc
nnd Whlto" whisky wna consumed.
somo taking ono and somo two drinks,
Tho night was a tedious ono and tho
waiting on tho Jury to return a verdict of tho Governor Is an outrage," said
vtas but slightly relieved by the friend- J. A. Magaon. "It seems to be calcu
ly glass. Tho bottlo with two-thirds lated to blacken Judgo Robinson's rep
ot its contents still In It was given tbo utatlon. It Is an Insult to every mem
ralntera who wero working In tho ber of the Dar Association. Wo met
building. ' nnd at a largely attended meeting
Whllo Governor Carter's friends say unanimously endorsed him, and for
that his action was actuated by the the Governor In a star chamber way to
complaints of members ot tbo Bar As- try blm and condemn him without bav
coclatlon the members who were seen Ing tho courtesy to permit the Dar As-
today wero totally at a loss to know
who theso could havo been. On tho
contrary, tho Indignation aroused
among tbo lawyers and oven among
men holding high official positions,
Mid who for that reason would not
speak; for publication, the action of It Is stated by one, who claims to
tno Governor was scored In tho sharp- 1-now, that Lorrln A. Thurston Is tho
est terms and tho Executlvo was re- member of tho Dar Association refer
ferred to In tho most uncompllmcnt- red to by tho Governor's friends as
ary manner. asking him to withdraw his endorse-
I. L. Weaver said, when asked about mcnt.
his opinion about tho matter, that In '" tno racnntlmo Judgo Robinson
rplto of everything that had taken nnl hl friends havo not been Idlo, but
placo ho was still In favor of Judgo nro attempting by nil means In their
Robinson's reappointment. Owing to power to clear tho Judgo's reputation
tho fact that he Is a Judicial offlcor, of tho blot which has been placed on It.
Weaver would say no more for publl- Cablegrams wero this morning sent to
cation. Secretary Metcalf of ftio Uurcau ot
"Carter's action Is usurpation of an- F,0nmTrrCru?d,M0.r 1? ?CD?tCr I,Cr
thorltv " said Jn.lcn Onnr "Thl. la MnH of California, both of whom aro
slmpVy'anSuler Jcaso0on.C.ariry.nTgb o bo fTi T ,t0
fiod Almlchtv nnd n run ovprvihtnir llcIcKato Kalanlanaolo. Affidavits by
Intho Territory" everything all wll0 wcr0 prcgent the mcraborg ot
m,tho Territory. the Jury In the Godfrey case, and nil
Judgo Humphreys, when asked, gavo others who nro connected with tho
tho following written statement: nfrntr. havo been prepared and will bo
I havo endorsed Judgo Robinson cent to Washington by tdday's steam-
for reappointment, becauso 1 folt that tr.
no ucuerveii it. I still hold to thati
opinion. In tho absenco ot any knowl
edge as to why tho Governor opposes
the re appointment of tbo Judgo, I havo
no comment to mako upon his attitude
In tho matter.
"A. S. HUMPHREYS."
"I was not at tho meeting ot tho Bar
Association at which Judgo Robinson
was endorsed," Bald Judge Lylo Dick
ey. "But If I bad bepn tnoro I would
havo endorsed him. lam still In favor
of his ro-appolntment. 'Of the matter
which the Governor refers, I know
I am far Judge Robinson first, last
" tbo tlmo." said S. F. Chilling.
uorso Jllu8 Koblnson because he In
lionest, fearless and independent, and
t 'lilno lllao lacrvmao'."
In Rlmnntnn tn ilannall Iho t.Mtl,i In
tbo clerk's office."
With regard to the latter part of his
Bn ""le; "" n BP - overy accu-
satlon that has been brought agalnBt
him tta snnnM lia rannnmnlod If nn
him he should be re appointed. If ho
8av. It. Too Late for llerplclda.
"kills the Dnnurult Oertn.'
who took dandruff scales from a stu
dent who was loslnir ids hair, nnd
hnvln mada a pomade of them wltn
vnsellno rubbod the samo upon a gui
nea pig nnd the pis became bald.
Newbro's Hcrplcldo Is th original
d.nlrurr germ destroyer. It kill, tho
mlcroblo growth and licrmlts the hair
to grow m nature Intenileil. A won
derful halr-Kirer. A delightful dress
ing. Rtops Itching Instantly.
Diups iiciung iniiuniiy.
OE CO , Df pi II, iMIroll. Mch. tor Simflt
Is not reappointed, after ho has dovot-
fd four years of his Ufa to work In
mch a thorough manner, it seems very
"This thing ot having Honor In
chambers has been dono often In past
times," said Geo. A. Davis. "Hut
Judge Itoblnson should havo been
more careful. Ho ought to havo
Known that Carter was just watching
for any pretext to use for his updoing."
"I think that tbo action on tho part
soclatlon to undo what It did, If It was
wrong, or to affirm It,. If It was right,
is certainly an outrage."
Other members ot tlio bar expressed
themselves similarly, not ono being
found who did not endorse tho Judgo.
HOTEL TRUST AT IT .
There was a secret meeting of the
Hotel Trust at the Jloana Hotel last
evening. 11. W. Urcckons, U. 8. D. A.,
was not notified. Illustrious Panjan
drum Hertscho of the Moana waB in
the chair, his sceptro being a large
carving knife. A host of retainers did
his bidding, armed with serviettes and
t raj s anil email glasses.
Bidden to the feast, which was tho
main business of tho proceedings, were
II. P. Wood, recorder of the Sandwich
Islands Society for the Publication ot
the Delights of Paradise. Fred Smith
ot tho steel highway that semi girdles
the Isle, Potentate Gray ot tho palaco of
the hanging gardens, known as The
Young; Monsleurs Dews and Boyd ot
the Royal Hawaiian .hostelry, and Sir
St. Clair Bldgood of the seaside houso
ot happiness and repose at Walalua,
known as Halelwa.
Tho fragrance of a thousand flowers
and the brilliance of a hundred lights
macie sweet mo air and turned night
Into day. Subdued music from ma
terlous nooks Inspired appetlto and
mado a poem of digestion. Incidentally
putting the members of tho trust
under bo gentle a spell that they de
rided not to ralBe the hotel rates until
the next meeting. Speeches wora
made but not recorded. Plots wero
laid to Increase tho popularity of thli
Somebody, It Is whispered, had put
pol In tho machinery of the clock, so
It was past tho witching hour when tho
trust broke up, salaaming to HertBche
In token of his princely blow-out.
"I suppose." said the friend of tho
family, "you will go Into business and
live up to your father's reputation."
noi me,- replied tno son of the multl-
millionaire beef nacker. "I h II Ln.
l0nt0 80CCty and try to live It down. '
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