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IKBNINO miU.KTW. HONOMILP. T. II.. FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1906.
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Thursday, Nov. 8 2602
Friday, Nov. 9 2305
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FRIDAY NOV. 10. 11106,
Glory be to Unit mid to Fred .Mac
farlane! Pepsin (In in lleemnn Is dead,
his chew will go on forever.
.Mining storks continue to Ihioiii In
San Francisco and sugar stocks hold
Tho man Slcinscu, who Is being ex
ploited In tho San Francisco newspa
pers, seems to bo as vicious n liar as
he Is a murderer.
Who'cnn beat tho record of the San
Fruuclscu man. who is being sued for
divorce because ho stayed out late every
night for three years?
President ltoocvclt cast Ills ballot in
a polling place over a Chinese laundry
Here, in the Twelfth of the Fifth, llm
voters cast their ballots In u Chlneso
Chlneso government Is under the
.control of a woman. Hut, owing to the
pccullarltl'S of Oriental costume, It Is
Hill undecided whither this Is n ens;
liof petticoats or pants government.
Mayor Kchmltz and Abo Ilcuf arc
racb up against five Indictments on
charges of extortion. Their recent po
litical turn-down would seem to huvo
. hem punishment enough for men ol
California elected tho entire Stile
, Republican ticket. The administration
i ,of President Roosevelt was endorsed
and u solid Republican delegation wan
.returned to Congress, The Golden Gato
' fct.ite has reason to feel proud.
In the Investigation as to the cause
of the disaster to tho steamer Man
churia, held beforo tho United States
Inspectors of hulls. and boilers In San
Francisco, Captain Saunders manfully
took nil tho blamo upon himself.
While the Associated Press dispatch
from Honolulu to San Francisco was
a llttlo premature In that part of Its
election news which stated that Drown
had beaten laukea, we hopo hut It will
eventually turn out to havo been cot
According to a Washington dlspati h
It is .believed that tho ictlrcment of
Secretory Hitchcock, as head of the In
lerlor, Department, has direct relation
to revelations' mnilo in contieilloii with
. land frauds along tho Union Paclile
irOje.ftra'nd J"r" C!,M I""' a,1' tal,K'
"r?SKi3w,,"?62'.,y?t AH'., repeaters,
. or the Ube of Irregular vallols In the
(lectloc, nobody will bo more pleased
thantliu .ThillcUn,' Tlicro Is always
mora or less talk of fraud at election
time, and i fur without cause '1 ho
i haractcr of tho men unpointed as In
spectors of election this year should at
leut ,o a gunranten of honest work at
llc polls. The. Governor nlferril n re
ward for the conviction or any oiTeudc.
en election day. but tha money has gone
Washington, Nov 7. 'I ho ad
ministration s showing InleirtL
In I he movement hi restrict, to
dine extent, lit least, Japani-nn 111)
lulKliitloti In llio Hawaiian Island.
Coiiiinlsslonur (leucinl nf IiuiuIku
llon Huriiviil will listtn (or lluiin-
lulu In a few days to study this
The people of Hawaii, alarmed at
the steady Increase of Japanese
Immigration, look up the question
of obtaining laborers from Kurope.
They were successful In Inducing
Europeans to go to the Islands, and
two ships aro now on their way
to Honolulu with Immigrants.
As the Ilulletln predicted a couple
of days ago, and as tho foregoing spec
ial dispatch to the San I-'rnnclsco Call
confirms, the visit of Immigration Com
missioner Sargent Is concerned more
with the recent Incrcnso In Japanese
labor to Hawaii than In the arrival ot
a steamer with a thousand Portuguese.
If as the dispatch states, the people ol
llavvnll nrc alarmed at thejabor move
ment from tho Orient, then soma other
Interests than thoso of the planlei.1
mus have been nt work In Washington,
The outcome of Mr. Sargent's lstt may
bo very eventful.
THE REFUND BILL.
Congress will meet within three
weeks from now, nnd this Is n shoit
session with nbout two months of nc
tual working time In which It can be
hoped that tho refund bill mny pass
the House nnd reach tho President for
his signature. Having nnia reached
tho President. It will tako but n few
moments for him to attach his signa
ture to n bill which ho has already ap
proved, nnd which he desires shoula
become n law.
Our chief difficulty, theiefore, con
sists In getting the refund bill through
the House, a work that will devolve
innlnly upon our Delegate. .We are not
nwnre that he has been nsked whether
he will need any special assistance,
other than that already provided for
his work during tho coming session oi
not. Inn In our opinion tho work to
which ho can best devote his cneigy
for the Interest of the wholo Terrlluiy
Is, by pushing tho refund bill through
to a finish. It will bring to this Ter
ritory nbout $730,000 a year for a num
ber of years, nnd tho money thus up
preprinted can be devoted, among oth
er things, to tho construction of more
school' buildings In all the counties
nnd this Is one of tho things mol need
ed In the Territory.
Nearly a year ago Honolulu was en
thusiastic over the Refund Itlll, unci
the probable benefits to bo derived from
It were such as to call for a special
delegation of out citizens being sent to
Washington, to appear before n Con
gressional rommittco and urge Its par
sage. Thanks to Delegate Kuhlo, the
bill promptly passed tho Senate, uuu
tho llouso committee's report wob fav.
orablc. Hut It was blocked by the
Speaker and Is still blocked. What now
appears to be needed Is tho full force
of Hawaii's business nnd political in
terests tinned upon Mr. Cannon, and
surely It Is worth whllo that somo con
certed p.'nn of nctlon be agreed upon,
before the Delcgntc leaves for Wash
ington, ns the benefits to bo derived are
so gicat. Might It not bo well for some
of Hawaii's leaders to confer with Mr.
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A house unci lot In Manoa Valley,
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' CDBAN INDEPENDENCE.
"Resolved, That tho Democratic
Party nrc In favor of the acquisition of
the Island of Cuba upon such terms as
Khali bo honorable to ourselves am!
Just to Spain."
"To Cuba Independence nnd self
government were nssured In the snmn
voice by which war was declared nn'l
to the letter this pledge shall be pcr
tormecl." The first of tho foregoing paragraphs,
favoring the acquisition of tho Islnnn
of Cuba, is taken from n Dcmnciatlc
platform upon which two of tho cnndl.
dates, Douglas and Ilrcckjnrldgc, rail
Tho second one, assuring Independ
ence und self-government lit Cuba, Is
taken from tho platform of the Repub
lican party In 1900 .
JclTcrson, both whllo President nnd
nfterwards. In correspondence with
Madison and Monroe, frequently ex
pressed n deslro thnt Cuba should somo
time become a part of tho United
States, nnd the Democratic text book
ns Into as 1898, Issued as an official doc-
I ument of the Democratic parly, quotes
extracts irom ins letters In support ol
thnt statement. President Monroo nlso
expressed himself In favor of making
Cuba a part ot tho United Slntes.
President Polk made n proposition
in 1810 for tho jMirrhnsc of tho Islinil
by tho American government for Jll'0,
000,000. In 1831 tho Ostein) manifesto
claimed tho right of the United Slates
should Spain refuse to' sell Cuba, to
tnko and annex It.
Tho Ostend manifesto. It will bo re
membered, was nn announcement iii.idc
by President Pierce's Ministers to Kng
land, Franco nnd Spain (Iluehanaii
Madison and Soule), In which they sug
gested that nn earnest effort bo made
to purchase Cuba at a prlco not to ex
teed 1120.000,000 and added that If tills
should be refused by Spain "wo should
be Justified by every law, human nnil
divine. In wresting it from Spain i.'
wo possess the povvcr," n proposition
of which Loosing, tho historian, says:
"Tho bald Iniquity of this proposition
amazed honest men In both hemi
spheres." Spain liavlng-rTfusc'd'to sell, nnd the
sentiment of the world falling lo sua
lain Dm Democratic proposition to
seize the Island. Plerco's Administra
tion failed, but that ot Iluchannn Im
mediately took It up again, nnd Presi
dent Iluchannn, In three or his annual
message's to Congress urged thnt Cuba
ought to bo mndo by purchase a part
of tho United States. During his term
n bill for thai purpose was Introduced
In Congress by Senator Slldcll. whose
namo is well remembered In connection
with the Confederate Government, nnd
was sustained by Southern Democrats
generally, whllo tho Bnme proposition
for obtaining control of tho Island ot
Cuba by sonic process was publicly
commended by Jefferson Dnvls In u
speech in his own Stalo during that
It is rortiinnlo for tho people of Ha
waii that tho Democratic candidate in
the recent election was not elected Dcl-
icgale in Congress, or he would neecs-
sarlly hnvo becomo Imbued with tho
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six months of heavy selling, so you
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somethlnn that vou want at a nrlee
that will compel you to take It,
A few of tho many are displayed
In our makal windows.
WIIOOC 9AL.CG ARC 0AUC9,
The following program has ben
Saturday, Nov. 17, 1906.
Opening session, 2 p. m., University
1. President's Address
Dr. .1. T. Wnysnn
2. "The Treatment ot Appendici
tis" ., Dr. A. V. Morton
Remarks on Quarantine and Its
Development In the United
Slntes by tho U. 8. Public
Health nnd Marino Hospital
Service" Dr. L. K. Cofer
nc v-iiiiiuiu m iuim
"A Cnso of Potts' Carles, Com'
plicated with Paraplegia" .. j
Dr. II. Wilkinson
"Hernia In tho U. 8. Navy"... I
, . Dr, C. G. Smith'
7. "Hnwall's Duly to Join the Gen
eral Movement In tho United
Stntes for Advancing the Stan
dard of Medical IMucatlon"..
Dr. C. 11. Cooper
5. "Medical Men nnd Medical
Uiws" Dr. A. N. Sinclair.
8nturday, Nov. 17, '1906.
Kvcnlng Session, 8 p. m., University .
1. "Somo Observations on a Case !
of Nephrolithiasis" ,
Dr. K. C. WatcrhoiiBC
2. "Diseases of Children in llnwnll" I
Dr, A. 0. llodglns-
3. "Diphtheria In Hawaii" j
Dr. R. J. McGcttlgan
4. "Milk In Its Relation to Public
Health"..,. .Dr. W. D. Baldwin;
6. "Four Cases of Liver Fluke In
n j p i i i -
Dcmocrntle policy as regards
which has been n part ot Democratic
statesmanship for three-quarters .of n
The Republican Delegate, 'on the
other hnnd, must glvo his support to
the Republican policy of "Independence
and self-government," which were iir-i
siired to Cubit In the same voice hy
which war was declared, and to the let
ter this pledge must bo performed.
UtffD AN AXE
(Continued from Pta 1.)
or no to questions nsked, but none of
that for Ilrndy'IIo was going to tell
all about It and bo, did.
T1ib. traublfiijappencd on Sunday,
Nov. 4. Ilrady and Alex, foregathered
at a cafe, whero they had drinks
gcther to tho extent of ll.Cd worth
lalnr th.. .-.,. .... . ihn ll. w...
...i,,, ...,, -.d.. '..,'.. ...".. ...'"
, ,,, ...,: ,,., u.a.m .M:i.-.ing
buckets of swipes, on lop of the three
.. I . . . .. . . I
wnisHies ii.cyma.1 nan earner in "'"
.. . . . . ""V-'ncr
wouldn't rchango my drink." said
vinuousjy.- "No, sun; not mo
"How'il he como to hit mo? He hit
mo on tho haid. Can't you see noth
Ing? I can't tako off this bandage,
can 17 Now you Jcs' lls'cn. an' I'll tell
j on how It was. You hco, It was this
way." And with many emphatic ges
lures and mutterings nt tho stupidity
of lawyers who couldn't let n man talk
without Interrupting him to aslc ques
tions, tho volublo urndy went on to
tell how aflcr they had reached Gar
ner's home, tho latter went In and got
n hatchet and ramo out and hit him
on the head with it as he stood at tho
gale not suspecting any trouble.
"How'd 1 know It was a hatchet
Well, I i alls It a chop ax, but mayho
you all calls It a hatchet In this conn
try. How big was It? Well, when It
hit my hnld I thought It was a big ax.
Ilcforc that It looked like a llttlo
hatchet, lleioro that wo was Just like
brothers, mo and him.
"How many times did ho hit you 7"
nskeil Attorney Aandradc.
"He hit me twice," said the Injiued
man. "Tho first tlmo ho hit me, ho
Cross-uxanilnatiou dovelopcd tho
fact that Ilrady had knocked his friend
down twice on tho way home, but lie
didn't think that ought to be any
tnusu for Ill-feeling on the part of the
man knocked down.
"Didn't you chnso Onrncr homo7"
"Who? Mo? No, suh. Why, I
wouldn't chaso a sucklin' baby. No,
suh; not mo. I Jes' walked along after
him, and when I got to his gate, ho
come out with a hatchet and lilt me
on tho hnld. Yes. suh." And the
Injured man assumed a deeply pained
look nl tha pcrfldlouKiicBs of a man
who would diluk three whlsklc.4 and
lour buckets of swipes with him unci
then line an nx on him.
Other witnesses. Including the. dc
iDiulant, told their verslpn of the af
fair, and at tho conclusion of tho hear
Ing Judgu Whitney passed tho tusu on
to tho Circuit Court.
When the cases against tho Chlneso
iMlwted for gambling wern called up
this morning, County Attorney ,u-
Idrado moved that thoy ho btilcken
hum tho t'dlemUi. "I am convinced,'
he raid, "that I have no evidence lo
lonvlcl they " The cases were uilek-
in, Tim Ailvi'HUr-r ri'iorln who was
milipncnui'il was prescni hut was nut
Hilled upon In testify.
i Kutiliiliiia, rlnutu'd ulili i'j milieu
.liuss, was lined Ihn imtial llircu dnllnis
prepared for tho annual session ot the
Man" Dr. Geo. Herbert
6. "What Is Pnln?"
Dr F. II. Humphils
Sunday. Nov. 18. 1900.
Queen's Hospital, 9 a. m.
Demonstration of Medullary Nar
cosis Dr. A. W. Morton of 8. F.
Clinics Drs. Judd nnd Hoffmann
Dr. Cofcr has invited all members
or the Society, nnd Its guests, to visit
luiiarnnunc lstnnu. tho uunrnniino
launch will leave tho landing at
foot of Fort street at noon.
Luncheon will be served on tho 1st
and. about 2 p. in.
Monday, November 19, 1900.
Afternoon Session, 2 p. m., Unlver
1. "The Importanco of Free Nasal
Respiration nnd thc'Conso
qitenres of Nasal Obstruction"
Dr, E. Armltngo
2. "Tho Window Resection for De
viation of the Septum"
Dr. W. O. Rogers
'A l.eprosy-llko Dlscnso of Mus
Dr. It. W. Ilrlnckerhnff
Tho Use ot Dal lis. Kspcclally
Medicated Oaths, in tha Treat
ment of Leprosy" ,
Dr. II. T. llollmnn'
()unrnnllnc nnd Immigration". '
Dr. C. Ha m us
Soma Observations on 8urgcry
In Honolulu" Dr. J. U. Judd
7. Transaction of Ilitslncss.
IN 1 Ml iHT
Nahinu Disobeys Mother
Who Causes Her
Nnhlnu Is 1 1 years old.
8ho is n III-
tic older than Rcra Unit.
who stciry Is
.nl.l rlwnu.-hnfn h.il dim tivl lit nrrftvl
:."....: : :;;. "":;.. .' ;, . .: ,::.:.
jumiK iij iu luiunii in in j uit i uvvjt i
AitMti ! ftt.lt li ti.jtltll1hn hill lfll A-tta fflH4
"" " "-
burglars, drunken men nnd men ruv-
, Mllh ',,.
So. of toursc. tho only thin to ilu ftllli
Is to put" her In Jail. It will prob-
Ilb,y rcorm ,ler mld lcnch licr )CCI
things. Sho will piobably hear a few
ohsccuo stories and seo some llilnc,s
fourtccn-year-old girls ought hot to
see. Hut the law Is, ot course, nlwuy4
wise and Just, and tho law provide?
that when n girl's father or mother
finds It too much tioublo to look idle
her, sho may ho taken to Jail. That
isn't Just tho way It sounds In legal
phraseology, but that's whul It men 113
And Nahlim's mother, whose nnma
Is Knnlhua Knhiiliinul, says thnt Hie
gill disobeyed her by slaying uwny
from homo all night
Ycstcrduy afternoon Nnhlnu was sit
ting out In the Jail yard. Near her was
a disreputable looking mule prlsonci
Across the yard an Inrnnc Chlna111.u1
sat on a bench and stared vacuously ul j
the wall. A half-witted Hnwallan sat
near him, his faro heavy with the lieav-
Incss of the foolish. Inside was Mateo J
Colon, the 1'orto ltlcnn accused of the 1
stabbing of n Japancso woman nnd 0 j
Japaneto man. Thcro wcro drunks rn.
coveting from the effects ot thcli 1
sprees. dlsrepi..nblo toughs nrreste.l I
lor fighting nnd ether dlsturhiiiues ot
Last night Nahinu slept In tho Jail, I
along with the other desperate prls-1
oners. This morning sh was brought 1
Into court, whero she sat for two hours,
nwaitlng her turn to answer to the
thargo against her.
Nnhlnu hasn't dono tho right thing,
that H evident. Klio doesn't waul to
slay with her mother, and told the
Judgo so. - Bho stood beforo him, 11
plump, fairly good-looking girl, 11 little
awed by the solemnity of her Mirinund-
lugs Hlin was bare-footed, for tho of- -liter
who ancsted her wus in so much'
of a Hurry that ho didn't let her get .
her chuch unci stockings. As tho judge '
talked to her, she began to cry, and 1
blood there, wiping her oyes with a
Idjio slccvo. I
As she vvns obstinate In her wish 1101 '
to go back lo the mother who hod Imu
her arrested and lc
nt in Jail nil night, '
I seemed, for Judge!
llicie was nothing, I
Whitney lo do hut to commit her lo
tho rctyrin Bchool, Nullum will speiiu'
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Tho Hi. Uernard nmnksj drove nun I
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Hard .1 lew diiys ago, and next bum
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