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13th, 1008, of tin' Dally mill Weekly
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Monday, Apr. 9 2176
Tuesday. Apr. 10 217B
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APRIL 20. liiun
A debt of Kr.it It udi in due Hupcrip
lemhnt (iiilni'M and lil KtafT nf opoi
morH lit I lie I'o llli Cnlilo olhio III iht
ell). 1 lie,, lime (lime nil (kikhIIiH- to
senile Inforniailon for our people ami
lime hecn iiii'foriiil toiiitcotis with
the Impatient cnnvds llomiliilii has
learned lo iippri e Into tlir Milne of mbli
roiiiuiiiiiliutloii and does not forset ll.i
IiIkIi ihar.it lor of the mill who do the
TRY THE BRIGlir SIDE
Accept cheerful views.
This may Memo flippant but It la to
'Iho Ban Francisco disaster the
brier Httc nf tlm awful occurrence, tlio
period of suspense with all iivenuos ol
lonimunlcatlun evidently nit on, and
Ulinll) the continuation of mutiy of tl.u
woist leal ore of destruction to prop
erly li ive had u most ilcpresslUK effect
on the pi.iple of tills town Many have,
dear frltm.a ami relatives In the wreck
iiml the human sympathy which all feel
for thu siitterliiK has Klvcn rise to a
stato of pnldk mind which t ultogitli
Natural though It be, It It the part
of thoiiKlitful, well-hilaiiccd men and
women to shake themselves dear ol
the tlouili of sorrow and depression
Cuiko exclusive contemplation of the
darl; side It Is bid oiioukIi without
11 beggars description, but that
Is no reaton why our people
Llioiild stand tirounil on the 81 lea
lorners and allow themselves to be
brought to sort of n pessimistic stand
still. There Is work lo be done, 'I here
Is a spirit of H 'iipetntlou that has lo
be fostered, If conditions are to be
brought hat k as nearly to the former
itatus ub may Lu possible aflei such a
Just what Honolulu will be nhlu to
ilo remains to be sien, but of all tlilii
lis duty Is not to study whether It Is
duo to go to I lie ilngo.
i:ny dlsualci In the United .Statin
has alwios been fcllowod by an Im
niedluto lespnnso from tlio country at
huge. Money, men and material will
not be baking Courage has not been
slritlcc.il from tho ihniiuter of the
leaders, though much of theli iiioperly
may bo lu ashes Poiindeiue has not
bein destioyeil, though all Immunity
may tiemble at the possibilities of
thoie happenings whkli uiu so far be
yond our Knowledge or control thut
we class them as the nits of (iod
Kai I'miicIsco will not bo vlpcd olf
(bo map. Her business will not be
permanently transitu til to compel Ini;
titles. Her citizens will not falter To
icci'jit such a defeat Us tlm pessimists
fciiggost Is 'o Hgiim that vigoi, iiiui
ugo and delermlnntlnn huv been
cwept aua) by the flames .San l''iuu
ilsco of tomoiiow will lefiibe to be
tivorwhtlmtil by the tllsistcis of yc-t
teiday. It will acicpt the lessons and
build anew on Mifcr lines
Honolulu, pliylng an euuully helpful
nml courugeoiib pari, will itand by to
usfelst if iiosslblc, hut of nil things nut
ulluw libel! to bo lost In worry and
mlffry. There is work to be done
Work of tho typo that tails for the
nest that Is In men If this result of
un act of Uo,l piomlseu lo Injuie Ha
waii, every citizen should have sulli
clcnt strength and jiridu lo use teiy
energy that tho Injury shall be tin
loast posslblo for all concerned
Conditions ate what ne make them
A community that voluntarily cowis
Itself lu the sack cloth and nshes of de
tent will be defected Coiii.iKeous. hon
est llghtirs win It Is n inuttir laigeiy
of spirit and voluntary beleillou
Honolulu uiMt nut give wny to gilif
mid fear Ills, iihslou of bow iiiiiny
llrms will chuo up luislncwi lu Han
I'liuiclstu la u (ypu.of sncxulatlou unci
Riisslp that helps no one and Injures
veryone. for the cioaKcr always docs
lu other words, chrer up. Don't foi
set to be sympathetic. At the snme
lime find one of tho bright sides and
nim to nrtng about favorable rondl
Hiiin. he the prosnett ever so tint k
Helegaip Kuhlo'i annonnromciit nr
his raiull lacy for nomlnatliiii to a llilrd
lerni. while not unexpected, dim!
tntes any tuili'llniti-iii-si tliere may
have been In the Congressional sltuu
The llullctln bellows that the gi n
ernl lenittncnt In the rnnUs of llepuli
llcaus hnn been that Kuhlo should le
crlve n renonilnatloii If he so desltes
The ImiueHslon has pre oiled that the
worlc of the olflre hni not been nlio
getber pleasant to him ntid he has re
mained In the stnl Ion more on account
of the all of the people than from
persi nnl nmblllon for high ofllce An
lie has become better acquainted with
CotiMi'Hs and Congressmen, his, work
has b"eti more effei Ive nml no 'doubt
Hide ihe Delegate has formally sla
led his readlnms to accept renomlna
lion, we anticipate that be will not
meet wl h strenuous opposition, ntid
the only thing that could prevent his
leiiirn in Washington would be Iho
possibility that on Ills return home he
might Hud work ntnong the Hawaiian
people at homo which he would ton
shier of paraminin Importance.
That such a situation will urine Is
beyind our ability to forecast Nor
would wo attempt to predict whether
lie will meet with opposition In obtain
ing a renomlna'lon. Wo nre, however,
satisfied thut Ihe attitude of the peo
ple toward Kuhlo Is especially kindly
and any contest In the t (invention will
tal.e Hie fnrm of n complimentary mi o
for his opponent rut her than a seilous
tbii'iiii'iiltiK or his leadi l ship.
The llullitln believes that If nothing
Inierv elies lo alter the opinion of the
Deli gate n to his duty, ho will lead
the Itepubllian party to another lc
ttuy In the Territory nml Counties.
Among the possengers booked In do
imit mi ihe I'latldlne this evinlng ale
Mr. and Mrs II P. llaldwln. Mr llahl
win is so fin recovered from tho oper
aMoti reienlly performed on his ear
that ho fools snfo In returning to his
BEINQ DEVELOPED SHOWS
It i:. Nvsw inder. deik nt Ihe I' S.
Magnetic Station iiinie Into town to
il ! and gave a leport or Ihe eatth
tpiake retortl mjilo on t.ie selstnograpli
"We have developed the lllms for the
whole pet iod up In this morning.'
ail, I Mr N'vKuundor "You have ill
n..l. rntuil-M.il Hint Un flllltllt tllO TOO- '
ord of tho big shook early on the morn
ing of Hie itn I lie record Is very
clear and shows the shake to hu"
iieen a cry heavy one.
"Two shakes folltnvcd tho large one
One tit T.io p m Honolulu time and
another at h. it, p. m. Honolulu time.
Ihe latter was tho heavier of tho two
and lontlniied with arled force for
Ihreo-iniurters of an hour. Otherwise
everything has been quiet.
"Of course we do not know where
these tiemorn have come from. They
may bo from uny part of tho world
Wo would not havo known where the
San Kruticlaco shock canio from hail
the llulletln not Informed us
"Previous to tho earthiiuako on the
Uth tho record shows that there wns
un ciirthiitako during Friday the 13th
Where tliatc nme from wo. of ionise"
don't know. Tho seismograph retortla
any earth tremor and these shocks may
have been In any part of the world
above or below tho sea."
.v., (II .' ,..,. ,,,.-. .. . ..-... -
The Lady "Did you say you failed
in buslnejs'" The Hobo "Yes I
Marled u milk ionic in the mimmcr,
whin the wells weio all dry "
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We are on tho cvo of some of th
most Important discoveries that liavu
icr been made lu the Investigation of
lejirory. ami th" credit will remain with
11110 discoveries will bo made by
our own men on our own soli, fixed and
perfected before the Federal Investi
gator nrrlves lo begin his work. Not
only me these dlscoveiles demonstrut-
d In rcguid to tho carriers of leu-
rosy, but experiments are being niacin
which If til raieful Invest uatom to he
Hove thai n cure has bun found for
the ore ail disrate.
Tho (lathering of tho Churches.'
i:eTybodyV for April, lly i:u
Is n notable article. It begins by a
ilito'atloii fiom (lolilwln Smith: "This
anxious gathering of tho churches
shows that they bolleo a religious
crisib to uo nt lianil."
The exclusion of Unitarians, rocog.
nlzed as a mistake too Into to savu a
leai turn. Is mentioned, and a reference)
ii mane to Justice Ilruwor paper read
befoio tho ('(inference, u paper III
which tho Judge took occasion to hit
the rigid oithodoxy of those who
would exclude) somo of tn- ihlest nml
best mun In the country Just because
nicy totiiu not suiiscilbo to an Intoler
No one seems to bo so slow to learn
as a narrow Churchman. Just now
they nie "trying" In old CaUlnlstlc
wny ono of tint most prominent Doc-
torn of Divinity in tho Kplscopal
church In middle New York, Ho la
diargod wl h a denial of tho miracu
lous birth of Christ.
Thero U a refcronco In "National
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Plnnnco" for March to the settlement
of our Hawaiian revenue, ntid much re
liable Information about tho tesciurccb
and possibilities of the South. (Wills,
Uoodhuc, Jiubllsber. Chicago).
"Public Opinion" with Its new ar
rangement of -natte. I? doubly eoiitcii
lent mid Interesting.
Under the "Weekly Hound Dp."
"Amerlenn" and "l-orclgn" nfrnlii,
"Sociological," "Stlc'litl'lc," "Relig
ious." ' Plays Worth Hcolng." "Wit aim
Humor." "Headeis' I.oilets" and "Itook
Reviews,' we Met In concise but read
able form nil we need to know nbo.it
the world's doings. In the Issue of
March ltltb Is it summary entitled "Hnd
of the Horrors of Sea Sickness," ntid
In the Mareh ITtli number, "To Hunt
Leprosy Cure In Hawaii," illsciissea
the tomlng of Dr. Ilrlnkerliolf to .Mo
lolinl. Mr. Illrrelt's work Is Piken up ill
Pcbrunry "Peilodlcal" (Henry Prim tie,
We llo In nn age when the dlstnv
crors of sclentlllc truths nre readily
given their dues, nml It Is Interesting
to read how short n lime ngo men who
(iimc upon new nml bturlllng facts, es
pecially In medical Bclence. were haul
put to estnbllsh their priority. Now
when a discovery is made. It Is recoi ti
ed In the light or every other dlscoveiy.
Up to date we know all what entllles
any ono else to credits ns to nny pni
tlcular discovery, and such a tiling as
happened to the discoverer of nnesthe
sin Is lendtrcil dlllkult by the universal
dissemination of nil particular knowl
edge. Unless stmultntiious discovery
and simultaneous publicity are shown
lo divide the houors of discovery lit
tle credit need lie Riven to the claims
or nn investigator who has had uccess
lo a prior discovery ol the saiuu na
ture. : :
PROPOSED ENDOWED THEATRE.
Commenting odlloilally upon the
splendid new theatre which a gioup ot
vealtby art piliuua Including .1. I'ler
pout Morgan, John Jacob Astur, Wil
liam K. Vandcrbllt. August lleliuoiit.
Hurry l'aync Whitney and others mo
to build In New York City, the Thcjuc
.Magazine fur March, snys
"While the theatregoer may con
gratulate himself upon Hie (ousuinma
tlon of this scheme, which Insures fur
Now York ut leust a splendid play
house, surpassing probably In arch
itectural beauty and In elaboration of
equipment anything yet seen on tho
American continent, vvc must not bo
blind to the fact that Ihls Is no pull-
nnthtoplc enterprise Only by cour
tesy tan It bo termed 'Nutlonal lu any
sense. It will bo a private business
speculation, puio tind simple, although
wo are atsurtni in the oilUlal prospectus
that 'all nil prollts will bo devoted to
the creation of an (.'"'""'ment fiuitl
for the theatre,' which fund, ns wo
understand It, would be used to expel -lincut
with ne.v plays Unit, on their
face, might not teem to appear strong
ly to tho box-olllco stnnilard. If this
prom Ike Is fulllllcd, thu projected the
atre will come nearer to a national the-
ntre than anything we have yet had. It
will bo a welcome compromise. Only
the future can tell If Mr Cotircld and
his assoclntci will fi up to their al
luring piomlses In the nbscnto of
Stnto or city supervision, there will be
absolutely no check on tho 'Endowed
Thealic ' The promoters inn run it lo
suit themselves If they are bent on
making money, they may let a success
MAGAZI N E
The Metropolitan Magazine
' The fifth In the series of "srieelal
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Its very attractive cover, designed by Ldward Pcnflcld, of which the
above Is a fac-clmlle In black and white, Is reproduced In harmonious col-
ors and cannot fall to attract and please the eye,
' It Is a Sprlmj fiction Issue and "Decoration Day" number. Its eontcntj
will teem with good things appropriate to the season. Its fiction features
The Stampede. Dy BCx E. deach
The Stolen Kasaba( ny w. a. fraser
Another "Uncle Remus" Story
Ships and the Sea.
and an appreciation by Bernard Shaw of the work of a young American
artist now In London. The above list names only a very few of the many
good things that fill its cftie hundred and thirty-two pages of text and illustrations.
No one can afrord to miss so much
Price 15 cents a copy
fill pleco run for n year, no matter how
trivial or degraded It mny be, and In
such ease, of nnirso, the educational
(lulactcr of tho thealic would be en
tirely lost. If, however, they start with
n high statulatil, If they succeed in
forming n Rood stock company, In
changing the hill freiiucntly, In pre
senting regularly the classltul standard
plays, Including, of course, Ulinko
speaie (there should bo at least one
iliisdc night n week) If they will do
tills. Mr. Coureld i.nd his associates
will deserve the sttppoit of tho public
nml we, for our part, wish the new veil
turo every possible success Tlm names
of tho gentlemen Interested must bo re
garded as sumo guarantee, that the
piomlses made will be strictly ful
llllcd." "Descried Ireland," by Plummcr V.
Jones lu "The World Today" for
Mnreh Is a well Illustrated contrlhii
Hon showing the misery and Ignor
unco of the peasant clnsi In Ireland.
There Is n picture of a rising yoiitts
tutor (page 213), William Loweri, who
supports Prnncls Wilson In "Tlio
Moiiutnln Climber" nml other plays
this season. (load for our Honolulu
That most excellent publication "The
Crnllsmnn" devotes Its April Isiito
Inrgily to ait and architecture. Tho
lllnstintlons nro a groat feature each
month, ami Iho literary matter cannot
he excelled (Oustuv Stickle', pub
Usher, Syracuse. N. Y.)
Mncmlllan Company nnnounce tlio
publication of Kato V. Mnur's book,
"A Self-Supporting Home" This Is
n practical work which should bo In
the hands of every householder.
Maud Howe (Mrs. lllllotl). nutlinr of
"Two In Ilnly" and daughter of Julia
Ward Howe. Is going to spend two
years in Spain.
Pilzcs for Iho host nnnwors lo tho
nili'Ktlon "What makes a book sell?"
mo offered by the John W. Luce Co..
Tho publishers bnvo Issued a re.
prltu of tho first nnmbor of Frank I."
ll"'i Weekly, which appeared fifty
The llroailsblcs fiom Patrick Henry'
Declnilltbitl of ltlL'lltH" In "tlliMin nt
the Times" (Pacific Pioh Pub. Co.,
Mountain View, Calif.), ought to be
plntcd where they can be learned ort by
"The Ornll" Is tho name of a
thoughtful llitlu monthly edited by
John Milton Sititt nt llatavla, N. Y.
I ".V Preliminary Account of InsectJ
of economic Impoitaiiie lu the Ha
waiian Islands," by 1'. W. Teiry, con
tinued fiom Vol. II. ji. 71! of the "Ha
waiian iokmicc ami Agriculturist. Is
n most valuable contribution.
.uiu (cmi Bajs mac no will soon com
niitulcnto with tho residents of Mars
"Surd" Is a Itnniiiurc of Jupiter by Con
stanco M. Allen In "Mind" for Jnnii.
ury, and It might Interest Mime to
know what nn author could find to say
about tho pooplc who Inhabit Juplier
In "Tho Nurse's Journal of the Pa
cific Corst" for March thero Is nn It
lustraled paper entitled. "A 'I rip to the
numbers" of "The Metronnlit.in M.-in.i.
By JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
y JOSEPH CONRAD
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Two lllustratcil nrtlrlei, "The (Jainu
of California." by Chas. W llardmaii,
mid "Camping on tlio Yosemllo lto.ul
by II. I). Howell In Muich "Hcvreitlon" (
win uu ii-iiii Willi iiiicieii uy it'HiiieiiiA
of Hawaii. (Win. H Aunls, publisher,
Ono of tho most Interfiling nrllclei
of the series of "l'limoiis Amerhili
Songs" by (lustnv Kohhe riiunliiK lu
the "Delineator' Is that on "Old Polks
nt Home." Tha pathetic stiuy of Pot
ter's career Is lold In the April num
ber and I huso who know the tongs ho1
wioto will Unci ll hind to read this,
sketch without tears
llenn ll.ulio writes entertainingly In I
"Po.irsun's" for Apill on "America's j
Hutu Hiilildo." Thu paper Is some-1
what Kcnuntlonal, us u taiefiil lnwi.ll
Kitlou of tho uuhjcit by others lien
khovvli Hint the dmiL'cr li iiol co eie.it
It seems that a largo per tinliim or'
births Is never repotted, and to fulls to,
como lu for consideration at tint hands
of tho statistician. Ru li is retlemou
Mrntod that "IlKuroB He."
Among the many stoihs told of
Mink Twain there Is ono icfrtrliiK In
the "Mink Twain Club," dcstilbed In
tbo hiimuilst's book, "follow Inc. tho
liiltiutiir." It Bojins thai n certain ics
Idem of Alistiallil cousldtieil hlillsclt
the person pictured In Mr Cleineu'h
sin tch. unit luentccl the description
Ilo did not cue to he called Mr
Illank, or to bo chinned oven us un a I
lulicr of Mr Clemens.
Mark Twain oi one of his liitlniatct,
has lelleved the Mtiuitlon by slutlua;
that tho orlijlnnl of the slate li wan llv
Ihk In Niiw Zealand, a pompous clnij
man who hud Murk Twain's wilting
olT hy lienit. and who wus pioml of be -liiK
called tho 'whole thlnii" lu u to
llcty ho hud elected hlnibcir pic&ldenl
Itut ihn klcetili cm irai,i ,i" f,, lit
erary cffiit, ami oiilsldc- or a inert) Ide.i!
tiiinlHlied by line iinhiic Colonial an
llemiin, the sloiy c.ime out of .Mark
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locality or man.
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I). C, last Januaiy at tho mictlui; nf
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