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rT Books, Bookish Peopk and Things jCl llClllCIl I llllp
i--? t "- ' Pleasant
a literary stweviRY x
IV M. H In Itlad l alc stater to ll
I utas; ostitis; wHiimiitilitiiliMi I mm HhaHr
iMH Virgil Jolinwin. of Ma(Mkpii.
a writs "I'nllWl UtBlH"'. Ilia
wltal tt, well lnk"ii. and II hnwi show
by Ma wnirlliiilinii that he l wwtliy
0 Ma claaaml iSMh the great itewte I'f
Ik day, the II. B III lettrt Ills ah) to
Hll Haeneaary miiiliclty. Tho I). U. lw
fthwya coniantlcil iliat rach Inmllty
jiiimaiui tu own brat llleinry Inter
Vton; thai the streal come from here
Mhl Uwre at ilir call of ralllctairy!
Ot emirs. It la rather strange that
WsjlAaukJ bare In Hawaii an '.'African"
fftctaei) of n Ilapa-haole, forlitsjee, or
Japftsca port. Hut MrmiiMo things will
; Iwpfien even where people cottnw bo
' HIHch In a clrrlr.
Ilorn Ik tlio letter which 1 Imve very
mjJ'D LIT AW.
I auuaiUe dal mini nli do napnhs In
CU rerc town hali apulto In n con
lefflpeetus mannah bout ctilluil lltmu .
Snro tolfca hat) an lib In ilcli Imlil
Hat otillud men tluan' rite nufflli" wo'f
tookiir nt nohow. I cuntradh-k dli
'moat' 'mfatltall) . It am it Ho.
De ohjecti oli dls ore Icttnli 'hit my
'nauyucBMaa am no dk-kttitiu' mi) to
demonstrate dm uns am n lluttu'
luhhln' raco. I kin nut iirawckly wty
all da rjaiucn oli clow uriinnon hl',h In
celattta on' lltaitf tint am mil ino
amablo und.tb dr drcumliuts, but
dev nnino U lpgun.
Vlrglnn wall do besli'st stnto fo'
lltntu' I mm' ehbpli Bcrd. I lui'inunr
Unit wan Bcbhen kpiiiiiivii oh itilnli In
do town wham I villi h'on ilnt ntlil
do lilgnee' bouka In dc lihnry.
Pleny ob my fmiia will i-oorlKiiulo
Ono ob dc pomua I seed ciiuip tu my
inln 'liout llko dls: i
DH KOIIIDDKN thi:i:.
Dad wnli a tree nnd on il:it tree
' Do nnplea gitiwcd.
Au- do l-o'il lio any (o Admit an'
Yo cbborytlne dat'a fit to cnt
' Pom tlo reililoa' peach tti do riches'
' So Job' beliavo jo'nohoa!
An" so do ilclibll na n nahpen loiiic
I A coppah hald olo Kiinlk;
VV, i ...,. ,...,. i i.t..i.. t.
-ll nu wiiivifiili in mi iitimuuii o L-iiii,
t ! awi iiwkii 10 nio no nu 11111 uui,
WW Att' ahake.
5 . .. .: p. .t.
ft , h'o llko 'it pooah olo lilKKali foil)
H Itot hub no aeiin lieiieitf Ills wool
fk Slio blecvo all dc debbll ajiake.
'', 1 liab fo'Ktl de rca' but din cro will.aomiKC (as ho Is in Hawaii) tells how
Boflleu In dPinniistrall what do poit
hab in his hald. '
OlooJackson laike hub a!wi rlto a lot
HU KrainlcB- porno upiicih fuel in do
'Mnluilii' I'OKi: II with:
Uah'k plenty flah mid plenty crylu',
Do pahka is all do time ii-flyln'
flm on' Bonis l uehbalt dln'
Oil coino awn), eorno nwaj!
U'n do Io'd Mi, "Stop o' yelllu'
My pooah xljm.ih yo' am hell in
1iali dp Ilah iio'h iio iiucllln'
nown hcloH, down below."
i:f wo had mu' pnnies llko ills In tie
, lltntu' of de d.t, tley would u lie wi
' many milnirrjiim and unlirriinlrH
noopln' 'bout iiiluln' do touls ob do
An' wld mo' ob dlu Mu' ob 1 1 tut it'
lictilatln' white tiash would'n be no
ijncrunt of do beaut Is ob riillud lllatu'.
I am yo's triily,
HIIAKUSI'HAIti: VIIUIIL JOll.VijON.
. .;, .J,
Well, wo ran vlop liavlim appendixes
tn our books, and me doliiR to pretty
Hut. ho far, wo hawn't lieen ulilo to
ellmliiato llio U'linlform appendix by
nattirnl means, nllhoucli tho acIenllalH
declared against It c.ir ago,
In tho face of tlio most learned es-
pays on the sin of rcuilnliu; nu up-
pcndlx. Nature lurus out babies after
mo Hume oui patieru, nan uio oiiiy
thing loft for us to do Is to submit1
tu the doctors and have tlio appendix
that belongs tu us takcm out.
Unfortuu!el ihls net of lefoim U
limited to uuisclres. No matter huw
generous we may bo wo can hardly
prcjoiit our frltnds with their own
appendixes for a Christmas gift. And,
lis tho matter tcalx todav, thrie is no
gentler way than by tho knife route.
No lUnlfl Itimcl kings, lords, prlcstH,
iiml edlloru llko tlio rest of us, must
Ho on their backs, go tu sleep, ami
wake up with n so.im In their abdom
inal wnlh. it's mil hut It's nccchsnry.
Hut it glvcSMiH it elianic to bo heroea
In a d.i) when nearly everything In
that Hue Ij (iivered.
After nil thcio Isn't niiicli dlffcrcuio
between n tibal mid n vermiform np
pcndlx. Both nru generally rvmtiaulsj
of illsu.se; tiny could bo deflucd by a
luoillllc'iitlon ot (jrovur Cloveland's not-
In tho days when they didn't have
dictionaries mid encyclopaedias, It wns
necesiaiy tu hare concentrated lnfoi -
matlou packud in nt the lull cud ol
book; mid in the days when our nn-
restora walked on all fours lliey may,
have had 1.01110 11 ho for 11 vermiform
nppeudlx. Who inn toll?
Hut Nutuio though belectlvo Is con
scrvntlte, and llko iniiny of us Includ
ing thn critical (icrmmi, sho hates to
drop whnt Blip bus used io long,
whether It bo nn nppoudlx, 11 teuill.'rcitriy by doetoiH thut tho human
11 thymus or a thyroid gland, Hho
drops tho iiso pt them, for her necessi
ties are paramount, but t,h holds 011
A lo thelthlnu Ittcilf, puzzling tho doc
- tnra and the sclent;s:u who wutit lu
liuow what ctcrythltib' lu for!
iW-ffHTilllh HiMitfrTfiTV Mm -"
r r .1 -. i-ui ca.. .su 1 .iu !"'. .. .... v r f- ati j tia ...' sas -. ' .1 t - 1 j . iu.
,",aW"s"siaBssstwi'.sjaaisaaBBsjeiBs -vMK-, i$ul! , Al V
h uNnnoooNizcD insanity v
tu I til' llllr of ait MMWMMlll) mihkI w-
iti In "Thp tn' Inr Nnvvmlir li)
li II (t ivfrrant.
"Admit that lniwa life la n com
plex Hlatr," he w, "n nil Hint M 111
rflvlduala wr bant1 the varlvHntnl Im
print of pflMt and iiti'M'iit, me roil
neluunli or mmtHwkmuly obdlrtil to
Itniml'tPH, and tli ndmlaalon Imolvw
hIiki I In- iTroaiilllon of irolJntiic by it
complex and climlvp iiinntlly tnlnil.
Ilvaltatlmi to Hlllrm or drny, wo rlnir
ly prnvivp that u iinlrorm atimdnnl nt
Klf-nMiiirealiilloii In InokliiR, both
tllfOirtl'nll. ml pinrtlrnlly; )rt wo
iiillirrn to n bollff lii I'prfpcl muio men
Naturalli phcIi Individual bplloroi
that tip Iiliiiwlf l rhiii'- a normal typo
of in.'iii, mi m.ittir how mnuli n valiant
lie mai bo comddriPil by othem.
And wtipn n lnrK cnoiiRh numbor
of tucji of it pnrtliular Ktundaid iiKito
upon n tneuini Ktand.ird, thoup depart
ing from thin uliiinlaril aru.fald to h"
n llttlp "oil.'-
Wr lint not knoMii whero to draw
thp lino of deni.irkallon w wo lmo
often run it through doubtful tonl
W uro plrntcd In rail gome prrntlc
who aro uiiiliiubti'dly Insnuc. Othcra
Ions limine p hau rnlli-il crniy.
Tho uionninnnlac, lilpjitoiuniilnp, dlp
Mimanlnp Hhoiild nil hao thp charit
able bpiiclll of thu clonal, ami many
time the Immoral man or woman, the
brutal futlier or lumbalid Ih only Kiiffcr
Iiik from ii lapKc of mtnt.illty.
It Ik more nalunil for men to bo Rood
than to be had.
And It la qitltp renin initio To believe
that In Ions than u iciitiiry wo shall bo
advanced enoiiKh In our humanity unit
theology to m'I iisMp nil criminals an
mentally unfit for the rcsiHiiilblllllca
of every day life.
it w tf k. w ii it !i t it ;i )t x H if
' THE WISHBONE BOAT
Jt M If It X 'X K M Jf :t it V t !f
lly Allco C. D. Ulle), cloth 20:, pp.
Illustrated by U J. DrlilKiiian, II. M.
Caldwell Co., DoMnii, Jl
A awect lllllo book of the "I'lennant
Street .Series," written mmcwliiit utter
,thu lle of "Allro In Wonderlnnd" It
'anj thing could ho like thai exiullto
Tho vemo Jliiclex of "Tlio Wlnhbono
llo.it" am iiulto orlntiial and pleaalni;,
'Hie alory Ih about a I'rluccsH who haa
tout I ladleK, n Chamberlain, nmihu,
(IrjnilH ami rnlrles to imMielntu with.
Tho Cook who" la nn liniiortiinl ner
to uiiiko tart, ami then ghon tho
l'rliicesa r. new icclpe for boya ami
"'lake n dozen gingham plnafoies and
chop them up quite kiiiiiII,
Add it tnslo of lilaylng 'ludy-lu-long-
Then it ibish of Miutn mid 'innkc-iips,
two dlmplea and n smile.
And )ou net to rlso and sweeten,
....ealiig cniefully tho while."
"There wits it fool who went to sihool
To 1 c.i in to masticate by rule."
(To tho pig) Duir sir l'vo often heard
That when your throat Is ncliln'
It helps to put a llannel on
And a thlci; udko of b.uon!
Ho said: "Your remedy I'io tried
Kxcept, I put It on my side."
.it jr ir x K n a .' x 5i x x x x x x n
IN IT, NOT OF IT X
)t k rt )i X t : X x X X KKXM M X
The womnn'R liulr was whlto with age.
There, b tho entrance to tho stage,
She stood, it pitiful sight Indeed,
Yet asked no alms fur her seeming
Thn arllir lltdplipil! Klin Inlil Iter wito
ilu sisiku of "irluninhH or Imn- .i.-m
or Hootli. MtCiillough, apd Julia Dean,
0f t'hnlolto Cushmaii ami old Charles
"Heal pla)crx I hoy!" and alio bIiooIc her
"Jlut thu palmy da) a nro all past," sho
"Yet I'm proud to My, 'though thu
l'vo trod the boards whciu great Cenlua
Tho actor lifted his hat In nwo;
Somo fancied li ace of her charm ho
"Hut, what do )ou here, by tho old
When thu friends juti knew me, tikis,
Sho wined her hand ami within hho
The stage dool keener inndo no illkkrul.
Su tho nclor itbked, for he longed to
or her fumo nud "triumphs ot long
Tho gilzzlcd wntrhmaii made brief ie-
n."You menu that lady what Just went
(Ho turned tils ntiwspupor o'er n liago)
."Tliiit'a Mrs. McMmiiia that scrubs the
Anna Murhlo lit tho Theatro Alaga
zlno for December.
I'ho latest fnree is tlio alleged ills.
mul weighs ono ounce. They wolgh
ed 11 dylns man before and after
deatli ami thin was tho argument or
proof thut tlio soul weighs no me
tlilnb'. , ,
r . , al ' J 1 i l ' ' i. t 't
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fWff ". ' - rr vw' ".-. r - v t " ,..,..-. - , . , , .,, ,.r-J .
Animated l n aplilt of hclpfuliiewi
unit the ilnnltp to Iniru thp wall Ik nnd
desires ot tho Muffeiera (nun the dretid
dlenso that know no ctlrp, tho mem-
bora of the legislature ot Hawaii vis-
lied the leper settlements of Knlail-
IKipn and Kalawao jetterday. Hxrepl
In tlio disc of two of the legislators,
istrty strife and petsonal ambition
wero for the lime being laid nsldo and
there was nmin on Ihelr minds only for
pity mid the desltp to do what they
could for tho Inmates of tho settle,
Tho trip was very different front tho
ordinary legislative Junket whcio tlio
lawmakers go moio for amusement
than for any other lenson. 'Hils wns
ii true liitesllgatltiK trip, nnd there
wits nothing nt tho settlement that wnt
not thuioiighly examined.
liven those who had been to .Molu
Kill befotc cxpresspd gratlflratlon unit
surprise ut tho excolletiio of tho tir
r.tiigemciitM at both Kalaujiapa mid
Kalawao, and wero greatly pleased ut
what lins been done tecenlly In the wny
of Improvements by President IMtik
hnm nud hb nssistatils.
Tlio only ti'isttirbliiK element wna tltti
il- irit, utn.it h v.i.......fc .. -
pecches of Itepreseiitatlves Kaleo nnd1
Kaliann, who did all they could to off
set the efforts ot thu other spcakera to
show the siitlercrH that tho Territory
la doing ever) tiling possible for them
nnd to Itidiito In them ns much of it
spirit of content us la possible iiiiiK'i'
tho eltcuiusliinces. Kaleo and Knhiiiin
Hccmed to forget that the visit was not
in the undue of u campaign trip, mid
undo tpeechca calculated to stir up
more discontent tiuu nil tho efforts ot
tho Hoard ot Health will bo able to
ovcicoiuo In )enr. The subject ol
their speeches wn tho branded iiuael.
nud fakir who mlla himself "Doctor'
.1. l.or Wnllaclu Naturally, pcoplo In
tho condition of tho Inmates of tho
leper Hclllemeui mo eager to grasp ,tl
ttiiy straw that to their minds ofTcr
tho shadow of n hope, and they have
heard of tho specious promhes of this
fakir who says that lie can euro lop
lot). Not knowing; that ho Is n fttkii
"who tries to enrich hinibclt at tho ox-
peni.0 of tho hclpleta, mid hoping that
ho might possibly bo ublo tn do them
Mimo good, they not uuiiutiiinlly feci
dlsjMised to glvo I1I111 a trial, nnd romo
ot tlio people nt Kulatipaiia sent u pe
tition to the l.cghilattiic asking thut
Walhich bo allow ed lo cumo tu Molokul
In calm, eeuslblo siecthes, devoid
ut sentimental uonnensc or Il.iuibo)iint
oralory, Kalclopu, Coney, Coclho, l'all
mid others told the InmuteJ of tho two
rettlcmcnts that Wnllath Is 11 fruud
who can possibly do nothing for tlieni.
Their nddrcsses wero iccclved in good
part by thu lepers who wcio appar
ently convinced that theso men knew
what they wero talking nbout nud hud
110 ax to srlnd.
And then Kaleo nnd Kahuna got up
and ilhl all they could tu mouse n spirit
of discontent . They raved nliout the
wrong that is being done tho lepers by
tho rcfiifut ot thu Hoard ot Health to
allow Walhuti to pracllco medic Inu
nud to go to tlio leper bcttlement. They
extolled his virtues and tho excellence
of his fciuato ruck moss remedies, nud
generally nuulo themselves ildleulntia
and did what they could to discredit
themselves and the legislative body ot
which they happen to bo members.
Tlieni wcio 117 in llio party that left
Honolulu on tho Klnau ut 11 o'clock
Saturday nlg'.it. Tlio party Included
most of tho legislators, repicscntutlves
of tho press, mid certain others. Sec-
clary Atkinson, High Sheriff Henry,
Sheila" laiikca, I'lesldenl I'litkhniii mid
Dr. Ililukcrhuft were aiming lliosu who
lutido thu trip.
The voyugo was n fiitrl) smooth una
mid the Klnau reached Kalaupap.i
about 1; o'clock Sunday morning, tho
lauding being mado an hour later.
Tho Kalaupap.i band was at tho laud
ing tu gteet tlio vlsltorj, mid u lingo
number of tho inmates of the settle
ment were, ulso there, many ot tlieni
looking for friends or relatives whom
they oxpectcd to see.
Immediately on lauding, tho parly
went to the icsldonco ot Superinten
dent .lack .McVeigh, wheio they wcio
hospitably iccclved and wheio thine
who had not lelt equal to brraktustllig
on hoard the steamer weio given
something to stay their hunger,
As Boon as this was attended to,
nearly nil tho party loft fur. Kalawnu
on horses that had been provided for
tho )ur)Hjse. All along tho roud, tho
occupants of the neat, well-kept cot
tages stood ut their gates and greeted
tho visitors, with 11 chcciful aloha, Tho
paity arrived ut Kalawao Just as ser
vices weiu commenting In tho Catholic
chin cli.and must ut them went in nud
mt through the icllglous oxeich.cis,
which appeared particularly tmpics-
slve under the circumstances. "Gloria
in excelsls" snug tho choir, and the
words ut pro I so to n being whom 0110
might wedl think had forgotten the
Blugern made many a lenlthtor bow
tils head to hldo tho mist In his ojeh
ho wns unwilling his fellow members!
should scv. Tim nutvs m'oso cracked
Of Legislative Committees
nnd tpincrliiK from iIIkpiikpiI Ihroala,
nail the oea ol muun of the slngiu
worn loo blinded b) tlio ningpa of llio was noiisptislenl enough hut Knhiiiin
llteasu for tTiein to co the ptlnl''d was een wuise. "When it man comes,
winds. ,Thcy didn't need to They ho anld, "wnutlng to euro you tif lep
knew tlieni too well for tint i losy, will jolt deny him? No, ono tan
After rhuicli wits out the lltors r;iy ho hits or luix not cured leprosy,
went titer to the ll.ildwlu Homo for 1 have met Wallnih nnd have found
ho k. Tho excellent itrrniigciueiit ol that ho Is able tu euro lepers. I ran
cveiythlug, the well-kept groundti and
tho lienuty of tho place citueed ejariila-
lions ot aurpilso front nil of them, nnd
nurli piuUj was bestowed on those
wlm,are resKiiiKlblp for what hna been
done. Rcentl members of tho parly
raid the) could not reo liow any hit-
piovcment could possibly bo made in
Alter it thorough Inspection of the
home, the party assembled on the lanal polntmcnt wfil bo nil the keener for
or llnldwln Hall, while tho inhabitants that.
of Kalawao assembled on the lawn in ltegardlng the petition Hint saloon
front. Scnutor Cuclhu acted as chair- privilege bo allowed for the settle
man ot the mass meeting, He ex- nieut, tho Inhabitants of Kalawao ap
plaliied to tho pcoplo that the mem- pea red to bo almost unanimous In their
hers of tho legislature hud come to opposition to the pioposal. I'all, In
acquaint thciiHclves with conditions another vigorous speech, declared that
mid to It.ini tho waittB ot tho luuiateA tho proposition Is not n good one and
ot tho settlement. He had with him' that ho would light It. John Kahalo-
the petitions that had been received
... ,--... . .. -
by tho ieglslattne from Kalawao, and
the various deshes therein exiuesstil
wero taken up mid discussed ono by! $1 a day was discussed, the statement
one. I being made that tho lepers work llko
Jnllknpit ncted ns spokcsninn for the welt men, from T o'clock In tho morn
people of Knhiwnl, others of the In-lng to S lit night, mid they thought
mitten speaking up when they felt like the) should bo paid accordingly.
)t. I The lucieaso of the palal nllownncc
Tho petition for mi Increase In the1 Irom 21 pounds a week tu "3 jxmndj
clothing nllowauro from $10 to lt!,j appeared to bo one of the chief desires
with tho reipiest that It bo paid In cash' of tho Inmates. Coclho promised that
instead of In crrtlflcntca on tho gov-l the matter should ho looked into nud
eminent store wits first taken up. All tho right thing done,
tho Knlawnoltes wero agreed on this I'ollkapu asked about tho statement
matter. They staled that George Ka-j he had heud that leprosy Is to bo
ucknii, tho manager of tho store,' mado sufllclcnt grounds for dl voice,
charges them 10 per cent on ccr thing Nnhclckn Informed him Hint tho bill
ho gets for them from Honolulu, and passed iiIIowh a divorce to bo granted
they wanted tho cash mid thu pilvl-j where one of tho parties la a leper, hut
lego of spending It where they Wish.' docs not make It compulsory. Tho
Ten dollars, they stated, is not enough answer wns uttlsfactory to I'ollkapu,
to furnish them with clothes for a who said that they had understood thut
) ear and they asked for $10. t leprosy inuilo divorce compulsory.
They ulso wanted the legislature to
ngreo to let wc.ll persons, rclatlvps or
fiicnds of tho lepers, conic to tho scl-
lleiueiil ns Helpers.
It l.i very well, mid the spokesman,
for the government to want to provide
n home fur those who are unable to
tako cant of thinisclves, hut that docs
not nppeal to many of them. "W'c pre
fer," liu said, "to be independent.
When lepers first come here, they arc
usually able 10 tako euro of themselves,
but nfter' 11 whle, when they get worso
nud need someone to luok nfter them,
they aro liable to luuir)."
I'all? In 11 very straightforward
speech, told IJicm emphatically that he
was not lu favor ot any such proiiosl
Hon, but Hint ho did favor giving
them nn appropriation to help them.
"We do not como hero wttli mi) fnlso
promises," lie said.
The people of Kalawao had tent a
protest tu tho Lcglslatuio against the
action of the pcoplo of Kuhiupnpa lu
asking that Wnllach bo permitted to
romo to tho settlement to practice. In
regard tu this matter, Coclho Bald that
tho Hoard ot Health had been asked to
let him come, but had',retused. The
Legislature had itlbo refused. "Wo mo
a iHjdy to niuko laws," ho Bald, "not to
I'ollknpu, tho spokesman, said that
when tho people of Kalawao first lieuid
of Wnllach, they wanted htm to come,
hut when they wcio told that ho Is not
11 pli)Blclau, they hesitated and left It
lu tlio Ieglslntuio to determine wheth
er or not lie Is a (It person to practice.
Ho pialsed ."10 work being done, by
Dr. Goodhue, and said that tho lepcra
wanted him to remain among them,
but did not want Wnllach.
Coney aim expressed his decided
opposition to letting Wallarii cuter tho
bcttlement nnd said that he was glad
tho Inmates agreed with him lu the
matter. "Hverj thing Is leudy for tho
building of (i DO,000 hospital," he
said, "uud good pli)slclaiis will romo
to caro for you. As fur as I am con
cerned, 1 mu going to du nil I can tu
Ono mail in tho ciowd wanted to
know if It would not bo well to give
Wulltich a cluinco to show what ho
could do. Senator Coelhu replied that
lio had asked Wnllach what lepers ha
hud cured and Wnllach could givo no
satisfactory misvrcr. "If Wnllach can
prove," he sutd, "that lie can euro lep
rosy, tlieie will bo nu hesitation 011 tho
part ot tho Hoard of Health In allow
ing him to conic lieio mid practice.
Coney added that It Wnllach cully
could emu lepiosy, ho would hot be
working ns a machinist at the Hono'
lulu Iron Wuiks; he would bo n inlh
Then Kaleo nud Kahaiui, lu it couple
ot thu most foolish mid ill-timed
Bpecches that could be Imagined, tried
Ihelr best to In lug discontent union.
tho lepers by extolling Wnllach mul
uiglni; that he ho allowed to come nnd
pinctlce on the lepers as If tho peo
plo of Kalawao wero tho ones to give
tho permission, They seemed to have
'lu their eyej rather tho future votes
of their loiiKlltuenla
Hmn Hip wrl-
fain of tlio Kiiffeicta. Knleo'a speeeh
nnxino ton ho la alile to bring snllttac-
lory pnmf How Is It that ou people
want to throw away this cluinco offered
ou by Hits wise man?"
Coney, Kolelopu, Smith nnd otherj
tried to undo tho dnliuigo done by thc.io
two fool speeches, hut it Is obtlous
that fnlso hopes itrouted In the hrcnali
(of those ttuffcilng fiotn aucii it tllscabo
will bo hard to kill mid that tho dlsap
kiikoua said, "Wo don't want liquor;
w'e want food."
The matter of nastuc leper Inboiers
Coclho told tho people that n law has
been passed to establish u home for
non-leprous buys nnd tho npproprla
Hon Is tho only thing needed now. Ho
ulso brought them, ho said, the aloha
of I'rluco Kalanlanaole, who wan only
prevented from being with them by
tho sudden illness of his wife.
At thu conclusion of tho speeches,
iho Kalawao band played mid n strlus
uichcstin also lendeicd several selec
tions, llolh weio heartily cheered by
thu visitors, who then took their leave,
reluming to Knhiupapa.
On urilvlug Iheie, they went to tho
Hlshop Homo for girls, where a thor
augh Inspection wns made. Mother
Marianne showed the visitors about,
and they nil cxpicssed their admlia
tfou of tho work, ut tho neatness ot
tho premises, of tho results thut have
been accomplished and of tho cfflclcucy
and hard wuil: ot tho attendants.
I'icsldent riukhuui, nud his assist
ants, Jack McVeigh and others, huvo
accomplished results that few people
have uny Idea of. Thoso who visited
tjio settlement two years ngo said they
could hardly recognize it, so great
wero tho changes mid bii much better
After tho Inspection ut tho home, a
little musical program wns reudcicd
by Hie girls of tho Hume, which
touched tho vlsltois moro profoundly
thut; mi) thing c'lso that they had seen.
Many of th 111 expressed their aston
ishment that BiifTcrcrn from bo dread
ful n disease could bo so chcciful nud
present an appearance of being bo con
tented under such circumstances. Oc
cablounlly ono of tho girls would turn
nsldo to wipe uwuy 11 tear, but must
of thu molstuie was lu the c)cs of tho
After this tho party returned to tin
homo of Superintendent McVeigh,
whero a luau was given. Everybody
had worked up 1111 uppetito by that
timo and tho meal was heartily cu
At its conclusion n mass meeting ol
tho Inhabitants of Kulatipapa, similar
to that nt Kalawao, was held at tho
ontrnnro to tho Superintendent's
giuiinds. All thu people of the settle'
luent assembled thcie, mid tho ie
quests in tho various petitions wero
Tho attitude ut tho Kalaupapa pea
plo un Homo of tho questions was con
sldorubly .different from that of tho
Kalawao people, particularly on tho
matter of admitting liquor to the set
tlcment nud of ginntlue "Doctor" Wul
Inch permission (o come theiu to prac
tice. Several of tho Inmates wero very
vigorous in their requests fur a saloon,
but Hicy lecelved little encouragement
Irom thu legislators. Mukuwellwcll, u
woman Inmate, spoko earnestly iig'ulnst
tho grunting of liquor privileges. "Wo
don't want n saloon lu the settlement,
she wild, Ono of our greatest hard
chips now Is the secret inanufuctiiiu ot
swipes in tho settlement. U u saloon
wcio allowed, nil the men would Hock
to it nnd spend their money. If the
prcs.'iil pollco force can't, bIoji drink
ing now, what would he tho effect If a
i anlmTii eR I itnf '
The lli-raone ut Hip ihiI alWiwatlM"
waa Btrmml) nrtcc-J by Hit- wiuciiieni
people, bImi the Incteate of Ihe ration
nllnwniirp from 110 10 ill!, lu be pflhl
' III rash An eetahllshment for ctiitlnK
llic-wuod wa askeil for, and an Ii ''
! I'l.irlihip. Ilrpnlr of leiers' liintfps Hi
Installation of file Indian!-, an In ,
dense In Ihe iia of InlHiicri. nn npj
proptlntlon for iniIIcp, wero all urged.
mid Chnlrmnn Coelhn promised Hint
these requests should nil bo InvesJIgnt
rd nnd the right thing done The l.ef
Islnture wna asked to npproprlnte IMiV
000 for Ihe support of tho -cttlctncnt
Ilctter steamer trnusiiorinioin wns re
iltiesled, nnd Coclho stnted Hint the
Hoard of Health la tr)lng to itrrnngo
lor steamers to arrive twice n month
I'Iip HetlleniPiit ppople nltu nsked Hint
liplter nceoinmoilnllons lie piovlded for
lepers en route front Honolulu to Kit
Inupapn, ns they nie now required to
sleep on deck. Tho extension of the
concrete bicakwaler, according lo the
plana of President I'lnkhnm nnd not
according to those of Hitperliilcnilcht
of I'ubllo Works llollowity, wns urged.
Wnllach was again discussed, nnd
Knleu nnd Kahnna leprntcd Ihelr mis
chievous speeches, doing nil they could
lo stir up the discontent of tho In
mates. Two lepers, Ah Nt, n Chlncc,
nud All Kali, n half Chinese, told of
being licliml by Wtllach. Their slnrlis
wero similar, and sounded us If thc.
had been rehearsed.
In reply to n question from llio com
mittee us to Ihe'lr treatment, nil the
leiers said they me being welt treated
nnd had no complaint to make, except
as to tho distribution ot milk. They
appeared to think Hint the man who
has charge ot the dairy herd Is show
A request was made that l'rotestnnt
ministers bo nllnuc-d to come to thn
Hettlenicnt ut their pleasure, Instead ut
only onco n year, as nt picscnt,
The members of tho Health Commit
tee, replying to tho various lequeslr,
Kild that they should nit bo carefully
Investigated mid tho best thing done
in nil enses.
At about I o'clock the party left the
settlement, embarking on lionrd tho
Klnau to tho strains of music from the
Knlaiipnpn band mid tho cheers of tho
Inhabitants, who thus saw their great
day of the twu years como tu nn end.
EASTER SERVICES IN
Kastcr Day wns perfect lu nenrly
iveiy feature, 'llio weather man, In
parsing over tlio push-buttons for tho
day must hno incidentally douched tho
"wind button." This wns tho only ills'
turhlng clement mid, ot Itself did not
count for very much.
Tho day wns fittingly observed
throughout tho city's churches. Theru
wero six services held at St Andrew's.
A surprisingly large number attended
communion at C and 7 u'cluck in tlio
morning. Tho amount realized from
Iho offerings ot tho day wns $1080. The
Knights Templar attended lu a body
nt tho 7:20 p. 111. service.
At' tho various services of Iho Cath
olic cathedral llio consicpntlons weia
very large. Father Valentin conduct
ed n bcautltul Kabtcr bcrvlcu at SU
Aiigustiiiu'ii chapel ut Wnlklki.
Tho Methodist church was tilled to
overflowing and most beautiful singing
mid appreciative services wero held In
commemoration of tho Resurrection.
Tho sci vices nt tho Central Union
wore most Impressive. Tho church
wns tastefully decorated with (lowers
mid greens. An interesting sermon, nt
the 11 o'clock service, by tho pastor,
was most appropriate ot tho occasion.
Tlio German Church, tho Portuguese
Kvangellenl chinch mid tho Chilstluii
church held services In keeping with
Tho pa 1 ado, 011 Saturday afternoon,
of tho Hut Hookiiotiouuu o na Olwl
llicw'ull, wns one of the neatest seen
on thu streets of this city Tor many
Tho Hawaiian band headed tho col
I. mn, which walked four ubrcust, num
bering In thu neighborhood of two
A grand luau ,was served at Drawer'
whnrf during tho evening, ut which
ninny interesting remarks wcio mado,
both by members and guests. Tho olli
cers of tho society uro: Samuel Dwlght,
picsldent; Jos. Kern, vice president;
Hon. A. S. Kalelopu, flnnncial secre
tary, nnd Mr.' Kahalenuna, recording
London, Kng., Fob. 16. Mr. Dcnkln,
I'limo Minister of thu Australian Com
monwealth, has authorized tho Impor
tation of u thousand Italians for cm-
ployment on thu North Queensland su
gar Holds to replace kanakas.
Harry K. Thaw Is bunking un his
I'.cqultttil. He Is su sure uf tho out
come of the trlnl thut ho has, through
laiwyer Delmas, reserved 11 suite ot
rooms ut ono of the fashionable sea
side hotels on tho Atlantic coast. Ho
ruys his wlfo will nccompnny him,
Ho suys that tho salt air will do won
ders for Ii tin In tlio way of building
him up nfter his long confinement In
the Tombs pilbqn.
Hurry Thnw's confidence, Instead
of diminishing with tho closing bonis
of tho case, rooms to Increase. Ills
mother, his wife aud tho Countess, nt
Yarmouth, his sjstor, call upon him In
tho Tombs dally nnd report that ho
Is lu high spirits.
A rough Ii a clangrr signs!, Yon
itieiulil lirnl lls warning 'tnttillr.
)W.ltl at once, and lake trgsUt
All tetlons lung troubles
ieft!n with a rotamoti
oolil, A cold In the
throat easily passes lo
the bronchial tubes,
and yon have bron
chitis, leading pos
sibly tu pneu
monia or con
your cold before it goes down Into
the chest. When you tiling a liolllo
ot Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Into tlio'
houso you brine; with It relief, Rood
cheer, hopo, and sunshine. It is a
Standard aud unrivaled remedy tor
cold and coughs. I
Thcro aro maiiylulistltnUs and Imi
tations." Ilowaro of thorn nnd ot so
called " Genuine Cherry l'ectorai.",
He aura you get AYKH'S Cherry
I'ut up in large and small bottles. I
trfni 1; Dr. I. C A,t Cfc, Uetl,Mw.,U. S. A.
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