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I'rlncees Tlicrcsu h fort i -ninth an
nlversar) cannot icnrcdcni the uro ol ,
one ulwnyH ouiir
ltefortncrs arc nil rlRht when tliolr
reformation Ir nut worn than tlit
ull they claim to ho after.
Arc tho Sons of the American lle
oltitlon to take cam of the fourth of
Jul It uliotilcl not escape notice.
Make onr Plect RiiRKcstlonrt now.
Don't plan to Hit on the corner unit
complnln about what mlRht Ii.ino
Somo Uu wo may Know whether
the fatal explosion on tho Japanese
cruiser was a piotluct of tho open
With tho Territorial Treasury
short of funds, the receipts for tuxes
will tho more speedlb return to cir
culation. Don't foiRet that the Improvement
Cluh has suit out n (all for dnan
hack-nrds, and all the factors of the
Happt Mn) Day to Captain Keen'
The work on which he Is now engag
ed proporl supplements what he did
that morning In Miinlht Ilaj.
Let our mainland friends with
money make note of tho fact that tho
Japanese consider Hawaii's enter
prises a good field for Investment nnd
are plating their money nccordingl
What Is the sense of protecting the
Pacific Coast with n licet of armored
cruisers when one first-class battle
ship can stand off three or four of
them? That's what the sitting-room
Someone must have said he was
getting cold feet, when Brother
Hughes finds It necessary to state
that he Intends to remain a candidate
until the convention puts him on tho
waiting-list for another campaign.
H. i I J J
I'lease do not think that reference
to the amount of moiic) on each bat
tleship Is Inspired by u desire to see
the color of the coin before the enter
tainment begins Honolulu will cel
ebrate though thero he only n. nickel
aboard each ship.
Theso people who attempt to holl
the newspapeis responsible for Mr.
Timing's agitation are merol seek
ing nu excuse for not dealing directly
with Thwlng and his associates. They
tan tell over) one oImi whnt to do und
thus ovade their own duty
Honolulu, while not enjoying a
boom, Is doing a very comfoi table
stock business. When the real estate
nuiket and the mercantile, trade be
gin to feel the impetus of more mon
ej nnd more people, Honolulu may
safely declare that It lias "recovered
from the boom "
It would luivo been better to have
thoroughly explained tho cauwi for
tho Supei vIhois' suspension of Park
funds The public would then know
that each olio Intimately connected
with tho management of the i?ark is
pointing to his neighbor and remark
ing, "He's tho follow to blame."
Did the selfish nnd mlsguldid citi
zens of the Hast succeed In keeping
our troops stationed In Kastcrn bar
racks when they weio needed to pro
tect the Nation's outpost? Then why
should they bo allowed to drag tho
lluttleslilp rieet back to n section of
the world whero It Is not needed?
Should we buy lesldonccs for our
diplomats, the financial iroblem
would still loom largo for tho foreign
Ambassador. He would bo forced to
keep up tho establishment in n man
ner befitting tho clnborato mirround
lngs. It will bo a great day when
tho country so provides for Its tax
elgn representatives that, appoint
ments may ho based on tlin size, of n
man's brain intiter than Ills pocket
book. Turn about Is fulr piny: Tho Ter
ritory nccoptod drafts in jinymont f
taxes during tho financial stilngonry
and the big business men pay their
Entrful at the rortoffi r at Honolulu
4 rtmliUft milur
MAY 1, 1003
taxes enrlv to help out the Territory
win n the mourn runs low All this
HwnpplliK of courtesies could he ub
M.iteil a nil nil IiusIiham iut on a inucti
more catlsfnctii! hauls If the Tcrrl
tor ilepolteil Its fiiticlii In the locn!
hanUs Tho next I.eRlBlature slioul
put a DcpoMtar hill on the list of
ine.iHurt'H ccitnln to heroine law.
MR. THWING'S AGITATION.
The comment of Mr I U. Wnldron
on the Thwlng agitation will mi
doiibtedlv meet approval iu nine hun
dred nnd nlnetj-nlne of every thou
sand homes of this elt
Mr Thvving Is undoubtedly labor
ing under tho opinion that ho Is do
ing something good As n matter of
fact he Is stirring up tin evil unioll,
that neither Improves the community
disposition nor promotes right living.
Thvving nnd those associated with
him fcol that they ure being mnrtyr
l7ed when they me criticised b citi
zens who would "compromise with
evil." If he thinks so the only thing
to do is to let him think A fanatic
on any topic Is Impossible from n
tommoti-scnso standpoint Criticism
ippenls to his vnnlt) nnd ho looks In
tho glass and allows his mind to dwell
on great men who suffered for right
Hut Mr Thwlng is doing the city
of Honolulu and Its honest manhood
and Its pure womanhood a distinct
Injury Tnder the gulsu of high
SAY, MY FRIEND,
has resumed its activity nf twvntv
years r.go, and "Pclc" is doing stunts
wmen maxc even ncr ncignbors take
notice. Don't let the coming of the
fleet absorb all your attention. The
Bluest Show on Earth is "ON,"
nvw, ana n-ht here in Hawaii. Its
the moving picture of the world.
Don't lose the opportunity to see a
pit full of liquid fire it may never
cone a;rain. It costs only $42.50 to
make the round trip and spend two
mphts at the crater's brink.
For information regarding trip an
WATERnOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Punahou Distriot, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
50x00, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modem bunga
Cash or Installment.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
ftfWik ftuf IboM
Morris Lane. 3 bedroom
Middle Street. 2 bedrooms
School Street . .
fcchool Street, 3 bedrooms
Kamolmmeha IV Rd., 3 B. R
Gandall Lane, 2 bedrooms
Punchbowl St., 2 bedrooms
Wilder Ave., 4 bedrooms
Pcniacola St., 3 bedrooms
Gr.nthll Lane, 3 bedrooms
Young St., 2 bedrooms
Emma St , 3 bedrooms
Bcrctania St., 4 bedrooms .
Settlement Rd., 2 bedrooms
Scrcno Lane, 2 bedrooms
Pacific Hts 2 bedrooms
Manoa, 2 bedrooms
Young St , 2 bedrooms
Greene St., 4 bedrooms
Prospect St , 4 bedrooms .
Pacific Ht8,, 4 bedrooms
Manoa, 2 bedrooms
Waikiki, 4 bedrooms . . .
Manoa, 3 bedrooms
Manoa, 4 bedrooms
Blamlaicls of morality ho Is creating
the Impression among those who do
not know nil) thing about Honolulu
that this town Is a town of low moral
atmosphere and comparable, with cit
ies of tlie mainland that nre under
going n reform. He would say, ' I
neve" said so. I n!vv.i)H speak hlghl)
of Honolulu "
The practical effect of Mr
Thwiiig's camp ilgn Is to turn the
mind of tho malnlandors to the worst
Unit Is in mainland cities when ton
lempl.itlng Honolulu. It goes further
than that .
We nil know that there nro more
people on tho mainland who think of
Honolulu lie hult-clvlllzed than there
nro who know It to bo n vcr) progres
sive nnd geuernll) clean cosmopoli
tan American town.
Thwlng's agitation feeds Ignoi.inco
nnd promotes tho wrong Ideas that
prevail In mainland circles Ho may
send ii letter or two to n few friends
nnd n few newspapers, but ho knows
nnd wu nil know that evil leport
travels more rapidly than nil the af
fidavits of good standing with which
ho ma) follow them up.
Uegardless of what Thvving or
Richards think or believe, tho fact
remains that tho practical result of
their work Is evil nothing more;
Honolulu was not an immoral town
when the) opened their campaign It
will bo more nearly nu Immoral town
If their plans nro allowed to pie. 1
Meanwhile the reputation of the
clt) 1b being gratuitous!), If Inno
cetitl), but most needl), besmirched
Kditor KvonliiK llullotln:
It must bo conceded that n seaport
cit) omers from nn inland town. Thp
present agitation for local option has
been commenced within tho charmed
circle of somo welt meaning but lm
practicable men whoso enthusiasm hah
led them to believe that Honolu.ii
would bo better off If It was made by
legal force n Dry Clt).
It may bo that tho men who nro In
the charmed circle havo never tasted
wlno, ale, beer or whiskey nor oven
Ii.ib any of tho3o liquids prescribed for
them by their physicians whllo suffer
ing and sick. Whiskey is Indlspens
Ihlc whero tho action of the heart U
weak. People who know how to iuo
good beer, prefer It to Impnio witer
Water gushing fioni tho earth, coolcJ
h) the great roeks over which It
pastes. Is scarce In Honolulu Water
tales nre hl'ih and dcllniinnts havo
lo pay n penn't) when they nro not
lleer helps to strengthen Iho wcuk
and Is tho greatest tonic vv'cu.i dunk
Nearl) two thousand )earB a?o the
Savior turned thu water Into wlno ut
the wedding feast
Coercion nnd force uro Incompat
Iblo with tho American Idea of gov
ernment. Toiulsts nearl) all drink
wlno or bier with their food
No public dinner given hero within
the last fifty jears linn been solved
without wines, liquors or lioer.
Those who di Ink beer, nlo, wines or
distilled i''iis do not go Into tho
charmed iliclo to tnnx or coerco the
members vVj are 'on t 10 keg" to
di hilt Neither do an) eif the liquor
Por Yonr Next Eveniru; Gown.
Hatc of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in eaoh of
the followintr colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE; ,
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
Xcwn wri" Mf.iv. I i the Mnru
mall this alien.'".!! ol I In dtulh or II
Hewn who r former!) the iiiiinaKti
of the Hawaiian hutrl. nnd who left
for the Coast n nhnrt time am The
letter Unto Hint lie illnl til Ban I'rnn
clseo between 12 'U and 8 ll. In Mon
day. April i ll had not been nil
Ing Dentil was arcrlbed to lieuit full
The I'reiieh steamer Co) Inn, .louan.
Halts at r, oi hid. this afternoon for
Ban I'ninclHio tilie was dehijed ill
getting nun) liv being unable to dis
charge Honolulu freight in time.
A- prominent sport, In discussing
lint Nelson's change of plans, K.ild
that the Dane was wle In Inking on
n rough-anel-reidy mixer of Un
holz' type Instead of hooking up with
Joe (inns. Against n slugger llko tho
I Door the Dane will ho In his elo
tjtcnt, but with n classy boxer like
Onns ho would he nt n big disadvan
tage. Danny Shay Is now n free lanco
from nn organized baseball point of
view und ho cun sign with imy club.
The National Commission ruled that
he was. a free agent Shny wus re
leased by New York to Oakland, but
ho claimed that he had not signed u
contract with either New York or
Oakland, us neither wanted him.
dealers send agents or solicitors sifter
any of thu chosen people.
A man who don't want to drink
liquor or beer need not do so He
can exc-rclso Ids right or citizenship
nnd refuse to either handle the uuli.it
or ilrlnk It No one will come u.oimd
with a glnsH or bottle and put It under
I leedom of speech, action and
thought Is conceded to every man, wo
man and child who places bin or her
feet on tho soil of the Union If ho or
sho oberves the lrv of the land
Mnssacliusetts hSd a prohlhltor) law
on tho statute bouks It could not be
enforced. The Jmies refused to eon
vlct. The proporletor of tho Parker
house was found not guilt) Ho ele
fled tho prohlhltor) law because ho
honestly believes that It was untoii
Btllutloual and nu Infringement of his
rights ns n citizen The tjcnenil
Court of tho Commonwealth repealed
tho prohibitory law after It raited the
very dovll In the Hi) State
Maine IsTilll of spies and wlfnessei.
who nre dhectl) und Indirect!) ti)Iug
to make n Jiving without doing an)
work Mnlno Is In tho power of the
tcmiicrnnro coerclonlsts, )ct In Dang
or and Portland the tlilisij can iiIvwde
get un) kind of liquor or beer the-;
lu.l) cull for nnd tho police eouil rec
ords of lliugor, Portland, Hath, Lew
lston. Ki nnebunk, Calais and other
cities are tho strongest evidence that
the prohlhltor) law of Maine Is not
n sticecsi At tho great horie inees
nnd mi et held ut Lev iston, Maine, n
few )eurs ugo, tho writer saw n rti.1
old fashioned bacchanalian night, par
tlclpjttd In by a largo number of the
good citizens of Luvviston, Iu the pies
lilhltlon state of Maine.
Honolulu needs a good liquor livv
nu Insiector who will scire nil adultci
ated llqiiois, a high license for the
sale of distilled spirits nnd a limited
number of them.
The llrcneing of Iho sale of lle,ht
wines and beer for a fee of S.'SO or
$300 and onl) Issuing Kuril licenses to
fli st class lestnurnnts and within pie
scrlbed limits so that they will not bu
near a church, school, Or whero pri
vuto holiness mootlnra nro hold, will
do moro to promote temperance than'
a law on the statute books iinsupport
ed by a slicing minority of tho citizens
of Honolulu who refused to bo legis
lated Into being total abstainers and
I am not suro that if this Issue Is
forced nt tills Inopportune tlmo It will
not ho dofratcd by a substantial ma
Joilt) of the electors who believe In
Thanking sou for )our valuable
spice, I nin
PUO .LtONO I'l'IH.ICO.
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it ii
a very necessary one. There
is a great difference is collar
buttons; the cheap, flimsy one
is an abomination, but the
strong, heavy, well-made, sol
id gold button is a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
A LIFETIME and GIVE SAT
ISFACTION TO THE WEAR
ER. H. F. Wichman & Co.
Haw -American Rubber
A died has !'' u u.' 1 with Hi RKtr.li
Merrlum tniusfe rrlnu for the coustd
erallon of one dollni Sn'i liens ol
Intnl In Nihlkit from Hugh Howell lo
the Ilnwnlliii American Uubber Com
pan) Another deed was Hied this
inornliiR with tho Iteglitrur wherein
the company requires by leao US."
acre-s from lllshop I.lbert
The Icufu was tnado In June, 1007,
hut has lust been placed on record. In
It, Lot X In Nnhlku, consisting of GS '
acres Is leaped to tho Hawaiian
American llubber Conipsn) for u term
of Vi )cars. 'I he company In to pay
jr,D pel jear for the flrtl live years,
loll pel year fo? the second five
yeiire, and ?32." per year for the re
mainder of the term
Tho conditioiiH Ktiilo that tho rub
ber comp.iny niuM hnve -l) acres of
land plnnted in mblier trees at tho
end of the flret Jear mid nut less than
iu net. within the first live )c.ir,
and at no time during tho term ut the
lenne In the company nlloweil to do
hlroy or rut down tho trees. The
lllshop jImi reserves the rlsht to one
acre of ltn 1 whenever he vltdiei It
for the1 pu l" of eonstriielliirf a
On 'i e'li. xd.iv liernoon th 11 u I
I e 1 1 u ollice was pleat mll Invaded
bv VatiKhn .Me"auMiiv ut tin head of
Mime for'v pupils from he Nonni1
school The part) vlidlod tho Hull"
I I ii to fee the blK picBH In action an I
Btudv tho linotype muchlncu Thee
remained a half hour or moie Ac
know li'dstuent of courlcEli'H extended
wus ricihcd tenia) us follow.
' The pupils of tho Normal Echoed
join with me In heartily tlmnklnr. vim
or the very pleasant af lei noon thai
joii made' iojidhlo foi them; for jo.ir
kind Inleii'hl In the school work, luul
for the man) new und wonderful
thlni;s (hat they learned during tlieli
Interestlni; visit thru youi press
Sln-rrol) )i)U' l,
At the meetliii; or tho OutrlBKcr Ca
noe Club this afternoon nt tho Promo
tion Committor rooms, the following
office rs vere elected Alexander
Hume l'lirel pr'sldrtit l. H Herbert,
vice piesldeiit. Ilelii) 1' O'Sulllvmi
secretary; It 11 Trent, treasurer;
Charles It 1'iaxlcr, auditor; Kent')
Winter, captain Trustees: J 1'
Cooke, Hurry Mncfarlane, J. K Gn'.t
The mcetliiB was well attended and
the constitution nnd b)dawB brought
In by the committeo on Plans and Or
rMiihnlloii, adopted as a whole
The officers of the club will meot
eirly next week to becln nctlvo work
looking toward the bulldlUK of a lnn.il
it Waikiki beach, vvlu'ro land has been
seemed. I., i: l'inltlmm will draw up
tho plans fjr tho club house. Canoes
and surf. hoercls will ho in readiness
for tlie sailor boys on tl.elr arrival.
The in..vcaro!d child of Dr. O'D.i)
was this morning opciated on for ap
pendicitis by Dr. Jitdd. Tho child U
V M. Hoblnsem has received his
commission as Assistant Clerk In
Judgo ltohlubiiu's court.
Library Bureau Outfits
of Index Card Systems, Filing Cabi
nets and Units, Office Fittings and
Supplies; also New Jersey School
Church Furn. Co.'g International,
Trenton, Simplex, and Improved
Trenton Combination Adjustable
Desks and Scats, latest improved de
Estimates given. Imports to order.
Tkos. G. Thrum.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
We hr.ve pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KINO.
J. N. LEVY &
Ramboo Furniture Made to Order.
Ficture Training a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA SI
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v CM IS iM hi
Besides the Regular anil Special we
have the Glossy and Royal both now
grades in the islands.
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FILMS, Zi'ILM PACKS
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