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BVEN1N0 HULUCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, APlt. 8, 1908.
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WEDNESDAY AFRIL 8'
A little moie of this alleged mor
nlltt liunliios ami Honolulu's visions
or the glories of the Fleet will go
So Imiki-a .mil his Chief "gate ho
th.' iu Iitllel lcsldents. Of counso
rlnMimii la ktlll to bo blamed for the
notlie nut hating been glten before.
While l.i Ins colored I'lnkham
VggH It Is not surprising that the
Old lien otters one labeled small
'farm, lint, ii-all). Hooscelt Is no
i u iml
It Is up to the Governor.
The business men urgo him to net
with practical regard for capable ad
ministration. The morning-paper outfit com
mands that the Governor make, a ma
licious Tool of hlmseir, as they bate
The only troublo with Mr. ThwInB
nnd Mr. Ulchnrds Is that tho people
of tho town hnvo no reason for con
lldcncc lu the success of their pro
posed methods for Improving the
i mornllty of tho place. And Mr.
', T lUchnrds went on prltutc record. In
t Mother niattcis In hU dealings with u
" member of tho last Legislature, in n
imk Wf &.W
git Jojf U,vc(Uv
Ainahnu, Waikikl $75.00
Judge Dole's Cottage, Wal- .
Prospect Street ,.$50.00
College Hills $60.00
I u dictator.
u Is to be honed that tho action
of two prison guards In handling rtn
' floxclted or "crazy" Portuguese on
"King street this morning Is not a fair
flfample of Hawaii's prison methods.
' The man was "no picnic" for two
tnen to hold, but the arm-twisting
'and foot treatment to which the vic
tim was subjected by two husky offl
"ccrs, big enough to pick hlrti up and
tcnrry him down tho street, properly
'stirred the wrath of observers. The
'Portuguese no doubt deserves with-
i j.tir.iwai oi nis paroie; me uniti-ia
tfshould.consldor themselves lucky to
, cscupo with a most severe reprimand.
. -- -
."BUSINESS LEADERS SAFE GUIDES
The deliberate conclusions of the
' representatives of the combined bus
iness organizations of this Territory
Jtcftnstltute a very safe guldo for any
"official to follow In the admlnlstrn
. tlon of public affairs.
Tho action of the Hllo Hoard of
Trade and Kilo's Shippers Wharf
Committee, and of the combined dl
' 'rcctoratcB of the Honolulu Chamber
"of Commerce and Merchants' Asso
'clntlon Bhows where the solid, common-dense
business men of this Ter
ritory stand as regards the reappoint
ment of Mr. Plnkham as President of
-the Hoard of Health.
There Is more than an endorsement
in the tote that was taken within
tho Inst forty-eight hours by the
leaders in the two towns of any size
In this Territory.
, t The motion to endorse Mr. Plnk
Iii.m carries with it a scathing do
,, , nunclatlon of tho spite-workers and
nssoclntes, so frequently proved to be
without honor that they enjoy nolth-
" or the confidence nor the respect of
. tho community.
' The character assassins and solt
' styled reformers Btated that the Gov
ernor in tracing up Mr. Pinkham'B
career should enquire of Mr. B. V.
Dillingham regarding PInkham's
work against tho Hllo railway.
' Tho Governor did not have to ask
Mr. Dillingham. That gentleman at-
' tended the meeting of business men
uni'l publicly endorsed Mr. Plnkham.
1 Again the wreckors of common de
cency In dealing with public affairs
demanded that the Governor consult
Mr. L, Tenney Peck concerning Mr.
'PInkham's opposition to the Ilupld
V The Governor doesn't have to go
further than tho perusal of the ex
'elusive, report of Tuesday evening's
bulletin to find that Mr. Tenney
Pock believes Mr. Plnkham should be
continued in his present oltlco.
The old hen that lays colored
Plnkham eggs claimed that the en
dorsement of Mr. Plnkham was in
spired by those getting fat contracts
from the Doard of Health, Among
the volunteer endorsements at the
mooting of business men were those
from opposition furnlturo concerns
J. Hopp & Co. nnd the Coyno Fur
Not sliue the business men of this
Tcnltory hate found words to voice
theli sintlinents has theie been pre
sented to this community or to nny
of Us public ofllclnls such n scornful
lepudlatlon of the unjustified nttackt
to which l'lnklum has been subjected
as was contained In the commenta ol
the business leaders. They have
hoard all sides They were not go
ing It blind.
And what of the Ministerial Unlo.i
side of It?
Go m or the list of men who at
tended tho business men's meeting.
Does It lack for represcutntlte men
of sterling character as well ns
It Is safe to believe that Mr. 11. K.
Dillingham, Mr. J. P. Cooke, Mr. L.
Tenney Pick hnvo as high nn npprc
clation of their duty to the commu
nity ns the gentlemen of tho Minis,
terlal association with whom they
are active lu the work of the church.
Outside these men who are particu
larly well known for their philan
thropies, tho others present nnd out
spoken in their condemnation of the
spite-campaign against Plnkham have
thus far been known ns honored and
respected citizens. They have not
changed In n day. They support
good moral standards. They are
honest. Tho same cannot be said ot
those by whom they nre attacked.
The enemies of the Administration,
which the combined business organi
zations approve, stated that Plnkham
caused telegrams to be sent to Hllo
for an endorsement. This is not true.
It Is n part of a campaign of per
Jurors nnd vicious persons.
This same gang stated that Pink
(Continued from Pnse 1
14 Mnrlno mnrcli up the sttcet toward
them, some of them had n bn)lict so
tho neighborhood got ready tilth their
arm) Tho children got up many
stone in their hands nnd begnn to for
ward ahead tvlicro tho murine nro
About 1U0 yrs. npart both sides be
gan to hnu each other.
Then tho mnrlno started to mil mil
"Come on You black Nigger Come
on," Jumping up nnd down the stuct
So tho men, children and Indies
started to forward, so tho little one
begin to tako tho leader nnd howl
like a wild nn I m al with stones In
their hands flowing by their fnthei
They began lo throw Btones each
other. There nro only 1 1 Marino
ngnlnst thousand children, mother,
and father. The stones flow nil nriiund
the stores nnd streets. They kept up
throwing until tho Mnilno mond
back nnd thoy couldnt hardly stand
gnltiKt their emlcs. 801110 of tho
children's mother ttero very excited
and they couldn't hardly get them out
from tho fighting gang.
Ono of tho Officer nt the Marino
camo up to slop their men, but belmo
lie reach his men ho tva b.idly kicked
by some wild mnn or Knkanko.
Bomo ot tho mothers mound nro
tery excited so they ran to tho Tel
ephone nnd inn to tho Polllc Station.
Two Officer camo there and stop the
ham sought tho endorsement of the
Honolulu business men. This Is more
of the slmon-puro invention.
following tho meeting nn effort is
made to belittle the men who repre
sent ninety per cent, of tho business
interests of tho Territory, nnd charge
them with mercenary motives. This
Is to ridiculous that It only exposes
tho weazened relic of n soul thai ut
tered the thought.
There Is still no doubt of whore
tho community stands ns regards Mr.
Plnkham or those making tho mall
clous attack on him.
The business men havo been ma
ligned, but that docs not frighten
them. Tho only question they hnvo
to consider is how long they will
stnnd for the (clous policies for
which tho morning paper has become
the chief nnd only exponent.
As for the Governor, ho Is a free
' The Bold. -IfrirSa
N&& Smasher '
is going to throw YOUR trunks
around just the same as the rest;
"you can't stop him.
But you can have n trunk that is
built to defy his strength and reck
lessness, and emerge handsomo and intact from the roughest usage.
Everywhere-you go, you'll be glad that you have a trunk that is
built right, and that looks handsome and genteel. Our trunks nre con
structed by experts to withstand the roughest usage.
Look over our STEAMER TRUNKS, our LADIES' HAT nnd WARD
ROBE TRUNKS, and our VALISES, SUIT CASES. CLUB HAGS. SHAWL
nnd TRUNK STRAPS. We also have the best WOOL STEAMER RUGS.
Haberdasher and Clothier, Corner fort and Merchant Streets
A warm battlo between V. H. mar
ines nnd n crowd of Knknakolles
took place last evening mauka of the
Honolulu Iron Works. There ttero
no casualties, but there ptobably
would have been had the fracas not
been stopped Just lu tho nick ol
"The row took place between 7
and 8 o'clock," said Lieutenant Kn-
Imleaahu of tho police today. "It ap
pears that nbout four or five marines
ttero returning lo their camp when
they encountered a gang of Hawaii-
ans mm Portuguese who negnn to
call them names nnd tease them. Tho
marines wisely did not attack the
crowd, but hnstcned to the camp,
where they got reinforcements. Ac
cording to tho officers who lutcstl
gated tho matter, somo of the mar
ines wero urmed with bn)oncts. They
marched on tho gang, which by this
time had nlso been reinforced, all
the residents of that part of town be
ing apparently there. The crowd
threw stones on tho ndtnnclng mar
ines, und soon there was a very lively
Ecilmmage. I sent Officers Olds nnd
Mannse to tho scene. They did not
try to mako nny nrrcsts, but man
aged to dlspcrso the crowd. .No -ono
seemed to hnvo been badly hurt, al
though! ono of Jtho marines got a
bruise on the head, but, of course, It
Washington, D. C, Mnrch SO.
The Sevcnty-flrst Company of Coast
Artillery, stationed nt Fort Casey,
Stato ot Washington, has broken tho
world's record for target practlco
with big guns.
Tho report on the work has been Is possible thn 1 somi persons wore
THE GREAT ATTRACTION OF THE
Latest reports show unusual ac
tivity in the crnter.
Tho next opportunity to visit this
natural wonder will be by the steam
ship CLAUDINC, sailing on Friday,
April 10th, nt G o'clock p. m.
For tickets und Information re
garding tho trip apply to
WATERHOUSE TRUST C0MTANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
King Street $40.00
King Street $40.00
Prospect Street .,.$50.00
Beretania Street $35.00
King Street $15.00
Kinau Street ?3U.uu
Beretania Street $40.00
Emma Street $50.00
Beretania Street $18.00
Lunalilo Street . . .$23.00
Matlock Avenue .. $22.50
Aloha Lane . .$18.00
Kewalo Street . .$22.50
Hotel Street . .$20.00
Matlock Avenue a. $30.00
Lunalilo Street $25.00
made to the War Department by
Captain Granvlllo Sovlcr of the Sevcnty-flrst
Tho company used a moving tar
get, towed nt tho rnto of eight miles
an our by a tug. Tho distance wns
7,01-' yards, only 28 yards short of
four miles. Four shots were llrcd
from the 10-Inch guns, nt tho rnto
or four shots In three minutes, and
four hits were maio. The target was
fifteen feet high nnd thirty-six feet
long, or S40 square feet,
Tho Secretary ot War Is to com
mend this feat. Tho gun accuracy
shows that It would bo n hazardous
undertaking for nny naval vessel to
approach within n distance of four
miles of the range ut Fort Cnsoy.
As there aro similar styles of
training nt most of the other coast
defense stations, tho record mndo
will be interesting to tho navies of
the world. If 10-inch guns, hurling
a 600-pound shell, can hit n target
fifteen feet high and thirty-six feet
long, moving at the rato ot eight
miles an hour, It Is evident that ev
ery shot at even six miles range
would hit an ordinary cruiser,
Tho coast range guns of this cali
ber can pierce tho best minor plate
at the distance of live miles.
London, Eng March 30. The
dramatic possibilities ot the Irish
Homo Kulo question were again man
ifested In the House of Commons to
night. John Redmond's motion, n
simple parliamentary resolution
pledging the opinion of tho House
that tho solution of tho Homo Kulo
problem enn only bo attained by giv
ing the Irish people legislative and
executive control of nil purely Irish
nffaliB, precipitated hours ot turmoil
that at times attained utmost to violence.
A Bargain Makiki District. Three
bedroom, modern cottage. Cash or
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
hurt but managed to get away fnt
fear of being arrested."
Senator DlckcJ- has prepared n draft
ot a primary law at tho request of tho
Cltlc Federation It will bo submit
ted to the next legislature.
(Continued from Page 5.)
tho sort Ices of special counsel, should
this bo considered necessary.
Tho Sheriff stated further that ho
had gttcn n statement signed b) him
self and Chief of Dctectltcs Taylor
In. which the full details of the ar
rangements made between tho pollco
and tho Hoard of Health officials were
"Yes, tho Sheriff gavo us such n
statement," said Theo. Richards this
morning. "It stated that tho matter
of tho Iwllel arrangements had first
been brought up during tho middle of
last year, when Dr. Pratt had told tho
potlco ot tho s)stem of examinations
which It would Institute for sanitary
reasons, and nsked tho pollco to help
by arresting such peoplo who did not
tako out certificates, as tho Hoard of
Health might Indicate. It also told of
a discussion which PInkhnm had had
with tho police in rcgdrd to tho samo
matter. I hate no copy of these state
ments now, but thoy aro tho samo
that I read nt the meeting of the
Hoard of Health. Ono copy has been
placed In the hands of tho Governor.
"I want to say right now that wo
aro fighting n condition nnd not any
indltldual. Now that lit Hoi has been
closed wo hato accomplished our oh
Ject, but although somo pietty haul
things havo been said, nnd wc Intend
to stand by nil wo havo said, wo hato
no fight 011 against any Indltldual.
"A report on w lint tho Law nnd
Order Committee of tho Cltlc lY'dern
tlon has dono lu this matter will lie
submitted to a meeting of tho entire
membership of tho Federation this
nfternoon. It Is probable that the
Federation will promlso to suppoit
the pollco In carrying out the work be
fore them. Of course, tho police
should bo nblo lo handle tho situation
themselves, and they may not wish
for nn) outsiders to handle tho propo
slllon, but If they should with for anv
nsslstsinco from us wo wilt glio them
all wo can Indlildunlly, nnd tho Fed
oration may promlso to help as u
body if It should bo desired."
The present difficulty nt Stnnford
University has had Its origin In the
effort of tho university nuthorltlcs,
trustees nnd faculty to rid the Insti
tution of tho "burden nnd dlsgrnco
of student drunkenness." Tho Stu
dent Affairs Commltteo Is tho regu
lurly constituted disciplinary com
mittee having chnrgo of these mat
ters nnd Its actions nro in accordance
with dcflntto Instructions from the
Tho demonstration of March 12th
wns an organized expression of revolt
primarily ngalnst tho committee, hut
actually against the authoilty of tho
university itself. It was ncccss.11)'
that tho offense should bo met square
ly und definitely. This tho commit
tee has done, and the university will
continue to ciirr) out Its jiollcy with
out reference to opposition or pro
test. It Is n matter of regret that mi
many fine )oung men hate been
drawn Into this matter by 11 false
Idea of college Bplrlt, the under-cur-rcnts
In tho affair not appealing on
tho surface und tho moral Issues be
ing obscuied by sympathy for their
fellows Statement mndo b) Dr. Da
vid Stiu r Jordan, president of Stan
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