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HONOLULU, T. II , SATURDAYMAY 2 190S
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
np -a f Editorial Rooms, - 185
I &l. Business Office, - 256
Biitreil ot the PotofTief at Honolulu
at sex out I t U matter
The charges iR.ilnit McVeigh were
quite ns gioimillvss as thoo against
I'laj ball Tbo crowds want to hoo
tlio game well plnwil ri-gurdlfhs ot
Hllo lias .1 Iltst-clims llio mHtcr
l.ut, like Honolulu, no Sherlock
Holmes to bolc It
1.03 Angeles lias forsaken Hawaii.
Why not trj Seattlo for the gingery
citizenship that ociiomcs all illlll
cultles? J$U Is not to the nedlt ot Congress
Hint the program for four battleship.!
was defeated Tar better wouhl It
havo lit en to tuUe another lueismo
with which to demonstrate legisla
tive Independent e of the cxecuthe.
j&Men of the l'leet have had ban
quets, nttto ililcs, bat beetles, wild
wool shows, and thcro are nioro to
follow. The l'a-u l'arade appears to
be the onl thing on the list that Ha
waii can furnldli without the pios
pect of Its having been duplluitcd.
' Urazllians and Chileans ate stran
gers In tills pint, but this will noer
be tine In the future Our Itattle
blilp l'leet has stirred them up to see
what there Is In the I'acllle and the
opening of Hie I'anaina Cantl will
put lliazll iiniong om net-iluur
What Major Ituan means Is that
Hawaii should do its share In this
furtifluitlon business b liberal! pro
filing for the National uiiard.
Should Hawaii fall to do this it will
violate one of the first principles of
patriotism, and give the lie to coi
ilottttiie it has ipoumled to nialii
latulers for the last tlfty scars.
Take note of the mainland Intel -pretatlon
placed on the defeat of Ha
villi's bill to secure European settlers
for theso Islands Dcfittit of tho bill
Is repicscnted as defrataof the Sugar
Tiust, mill of an effort to get Chinese
and Japanese oollcs. Tho local cam
paign for aiding the mainland ene
mies In their plan to discredit Huto
pe.ln Immigration has been quite suc
Mr Acht Is quoted in a Hawaiian
paper as salng that all tho work on
the plantations and in business la
tnkeu up by Orientals, therefore tho
Hawaiian-Americans shouWl turn
thuli undivided attention to getting
Government Jobs This Is being cir
culated h the outfit that in its Hng
llsh edition Is forever criticising tho
Hawnllans as job-chasers. What
should an honest man say to such
villainous business, done lu the name
THWING ONLYAN INCIDENT.
Much as this paper Is opposed to
tho vers foolish campaign that has
been conducted by Mr, Thwlng and
his associates, wo havo no sympathy
whatever with tho comment of men
who say that Thwlng should bo "rid
den on a rail," or something equally
us Ineffective and childish.
Mr Thwlng Is doing nothing moro
than has been done in this eomnni
nits lor cars past by certain well
known factions who have not tho
slightest mcnsuin of honesty. Wo do
bcllcvo Thwlng Is honest, though he
These fuetlons of men whoso single
thought has been to rulo 01 ruin
.hnvo conducted campaigns ot slander
' and vllllflcatlon, misrepresentation of
tho city mid of Its decent citizens,
day after day, month In and month
out. Occasionally all senso of de
cency has been so utterly outraged
that a general protest has been made,
whereupon a few soft words havo
quieted the people who do not like to
get out and fight, and they havo
lapsed Into a state of IndltToronco
and quietly awaited tho next cam
pilgn of cilmlnal bulldozing and ma
'ihwltig Is a product ot a condition
that prevails lu this community, and
which will prevail Just as long at tho
peoplo allow; themsolves to stand It.
They will continue, to get the samo
thing ovciy time, whllo the) icinaln
Indifferent ami keep on feeding tho
hand tlint unifies them,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
I'tr ix Momln i .nil
J'rt rat ti) m here In U S . . I.imi
Wriai ntiulii-rc In Can-uli l.ffo
IVrNrar iostttaiil fortlii .. 3. no
MAY 2. 1908
HAWAII AND CONGKESSIONAL
II u 1 I c t 1 n nailers should give
special attention to that portion of
Delegate Kuhlo s letlei to this paper
In which he points out that the prog
ress of 11 II n lo1;! latlon In the
I'eu ' 'I i li is been duo o
the i p oilfiller ( Ion of tho
inei i f the le"lslitlve boil) lntlt-
ei t j onal command ot tho
No doubt the Delegate plates spe
cial stress upon this fact becnuso of
tho tendencs In thii Terrltorj to look
to the i:ecutlve for ever thing.
The people t Hawaii almost In
varlabl) think fit st of what the Pres
ident will do Comment throughout
the conimiinltv Is of a character to
show tho most casual observer that
tho monarchical Idea prev alls' instead
of the republican Ideal of tho miln-
A verj considerable element of the
Terrltoij speaks of thoil'iesldcnt be
ing In favor of a certain measure.
nnd, having obtained tho l'i eviden
tial approval, ever thing Is suppose!
to be settled
The cause for this Is thai sonic of
our people believe tint the legislative
power is of as little relative lonse
quenco on the mainland as they
would have It lu the Terrltorj ot Ha
waii The method of action here Is
foi tho i:eeutlve to outline his pol
icy. Tho work ot tho session Is then
SAY, MY FR I E N D,
has resumed IU octlm'tr nf tiDnt,
years ago, and "Pcle" is doing stunts
tt n 1 AM mrllfA ina 1. am u.a 1. L. 4 1
""" uuiic tvcii uti uciguuors lane
notice. Don't let the coming of the
fleet absorb all your attention. The
Biggest Show on Earth is "ON,"
NOW; and nVht here in Hawaii. It's
me moving picture ot the worm.
Don't lose the opportunity to see a
pit full of liquid fire it mav never
come again. It costs only $42.50 to
make the round trip and spend two
niehts at the crater's brink.
For information regarding trip an
ply to ,
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Punahou District, College Street,
Lot 75 x 125, three bedroom
modern cottage $3200.
Makiki District, Kinau Street, Lot
fiQxOO, two bedroom cottage
Pacific Heights, modern bunga
Cash or Installments.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Sjmk TM &.
Morris Lane, 3 bedrooms . . .
Middle Street, 2 bedrooms . .
School Street, 3 bedrooms . .
Kamehameha IV Rd 3 B. R.
Gandall Lane, 2 bedrooms..
Punchbowl St., 2 bedrooms.
Wilder Ave., 4 bedrooms...
Pcnsacola St,, 3 bedrooms..
Gandall Lane, 3 bedrooms . .
, Young St., 2 bedrooms ....
i Emma St., 3 bedrooms
Eerctania St., 4 bedrooms . .
Settlement Rd, 2 bedrooms.. $12 00
Sereno Lane. 2 bedrooms... $18 00
Pacific Hts , 2 bedrooms $25 00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $27.50
Young St., 2 bedrooms sao.oo
Greene St., 4 bedrooms $35.00
Prospect St, 4 bedrooms ....$50 00
Pacific Hts., 4 bedrooms $50 00
Manoa, 2 bedrooms $50.00
Waikiki. 4 bedrooms $60.00
Manoa, 3 bediooms $00 00
Manoa, 4 bedrooms $G0 00
Ainahau, Waikiki $75.00
centered on hammcilng the bol-pollot
Another cause for this overestimate
ot the executive Is the diligence with
which tho fnvorltes of tho cxecutlvo
circle preach tho doctrine that If Ha-
Hawaii Is real good nnd does ns tho
King sn)s, man) blessings will fall
from the basket that holds tho good
things given out fiom tho Tin one.
We would not have our rendois ttn-
del estimate the good-will of tho Pres
ident, but the kow-tow lug nnd mo-
naichlcal preaching to which our cit
izens nie so fieqiicntl) tl cited In
tho miuio ot Amcilcunlsm Is at
The record of tho things tho Presi
dent has not accomplished at this ses
sion ot Congress Is longer than It
would ho If Roosevelt weio not u man
who sttlves to do moio than the oi di
nars occupant of tho 1'ieslduntlal
chair With this, however, Hawaii
has only the interest of a student
seeking to leain.
The ten )eais" experience of this
Teirltor) as a part nnd parcel of the
United States should bo suniclcnl lo
convince oui citizens that moro head
way on Important projects hns been
uiado us a lesult of tho visit of tho
Congressional part) and tho cultiva
tion of Congressional friends, than
can bo ciedlted to all other efforts
centering In executive programs.
The gist ot the whole matter is
that the citizens of the Teitftory of
Hawaii should understand that pop
ii In I government has not perished
f i om Hie face ot the cirth, though II
lias seveial haul rows to hoo heie.
Congiess Is not a dummy oig.tnlzi
Hon, to do the bidding of tho man lu
the White House, whomevei that mail
(Continued fiom Pace 1
crnor was In a good position to Judge
of tho cflleleney of the present super
intendent on account of tho fact that
ho visited tho settlement sl )eais
ngo shortly after McVeigh took up
his duties there.
L. 12. I'lnkltnni was paid heaity
compliments by Matt-Smith nnd Dr.
Cofer In speeches nuilo nt a mass
nicctlng on MoloUnl and the peoplo
there applauded the funnel's name to
tho echo. Dr. Cofer was also greeted
with congratulations on Ills accession
to the position of Piesldent of the
llo.ud ot Health, nnd a committed
piescntcd him with resolutions of
Tho petition and letter of congrat
L. i:. Cofer, Ksq , President ot tho
Ho ml of Health.
Sir1 We, tho undersigned resi
dents of the County ot Kalawao, olli
ervvlso known as tho Molokal Leper
Settlement, hereby beg leavo to ox
picss our appreciation of tho ttcat
inent extended to us by our superin
tendent and our doctors.
Wo realize that they do over) thins
In their power to help and assist us
In nil our troubles.-
Kvcr icady to lond u kind ear t"
our lcquests, they do their utmost to
amellotato and nuil.o our lot moio
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns In each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE:
WHITE WITH LAVENDER: "
WHITE WITH BLACK;
ALL WHITE. ' '
36 inches wide,
Central Union Chinch Sunday
ten lees: Illblo school, It lf a. ill.
Morning woislilp nt 11 o'clock, tho
minister will preaih on Old Tosln
meit Topics VI, "Tho I'nll choir
and c bonis will sing Dudle llncl.'l
In i:cclsls" and (tail the iiiugugi
Hon Christian Hndcnvoi Society nt
C.K) p. in, livening woislilp nt 7 :iu
o'clock, pnstor's sermon, "Grow Old
nnd Keep Young"; Mis llrnost ltii3J
will pin) as onVitoiy n violin solo, tho
i horns will slug Woodward's "Kadi
ltotnnn Catholic Cnthedinl. Sun
dav services" C n, m;, low mass with
t'oitiigueso Instruction ulid holy com
munion; 7 n. in., low mass with holy
Communion; !) n, ni low mnss with
singing and Hngllsh sermon; 111. 30
a m , high mnss with native sermon;
2 p m , rosir) and native Instruc
tion, 7 p. m , I'oituguese sermon an 1
benediction of tho Messed Sacra
ment. During the month of May,
rosary at I p. m. ever) da) of the
vveek and benediction at 7 p. in. ev
Tho Catholic Chinch of 8t John tho
Ilaptlst, Knllhl-vwicna, In tbnrgo of
llev I'alher Clement. Toinoriovv, Ma)
a, S SO a. m , high mass, sc rmon, col
lection, Sunday school. I p. in. Ilos
ai). Tho Catholic Chinch of St. Joseph,
Moanalua, In rhaigo of ltov I'.tthcr
Clement Tomorrow, Ma) 3, 11 a. in,
high mnss, sermon, collection, Sumla)
school. 3 p. in, Hosary.
St. Augustlno Chanel, WalUlkl. !
a m , low mans with Kngllsh xcimnn
and singing; 3 p. m , meeting of tho
Sodallt) of the Messed Virgin Muiy.
bearable nnd moro agreeable.
We arc certain that never, since
tho Inception ot tbo l.epci Settlement
havo wo lepers received kinder tient
ment oi bettor caro; wo say moro
never, slnco tho segregation laws
were put In effect, have wo been )
well treated ns we are today.
Therefore wo resent an) Interfer
ence from outsiders, for wo consldei
that. Inasmuch us out olllelals glvo
satisfaction to tho Clover nor of the
Territory and to the Hoard ot
Health, wo can dispense with outside,
Wo havo tho honoi to be,
Yom most 'humble sonants,.
Signed by S00 Pel sons.
Dr. L, K. Cofer, President Hoard ot
Dear Sir; We beg leavo to con
gratulate )ou on )our accession -to
tho Presidency ot tho Hoard of
Wo feel assured Hint tho health
affairs of the Territory of Hawaii
could not bo placed In better hands
Wo, the wards of the (lover nment
on Molokal, aie convinced that sou
will alvvii)s tnko tho keenest lnterct
In our welfaio and ilint 3 on will
spaio no elTorts In finding, it possible,
a1 euro for oui malady.
Wo have the honor to be, dear sir
vcry icspectfully jours.
Signed by Hi Persons.
f!nntimi fmm Vnna 1.
her peak, she ntti acted 'a.good deal of
attention along tllo waterfront todaj
Consul W l,nnz pafd her a Islt this
morning, nnd left about noon. As ho
went awn) fiu,u her side, ho was giv
en a saluto o 7 guns.
Thu coininnndliiR ofllcer. Captain
flai ay, will pav a visit to Acting (!ov
ernor Molt Smith on Monday, acconl
lag to piesent plans
Thu ship will remain bovcial d.i)s
Evening Pulietln 75 per month.
A COLLAR BUTTON is an
insignificant article, yet it is
a cry 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 it a pleasure
to use and wear.
Our are the kind that LAST
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ngalti follow the p.tample of
thousands of cuicd pioplo and
stmt tnklng the Bitters to
day. You'll llml It tho best
medicine )ou ever took for
Poor Appetite, Headache,
Heartburn, Biliousness, Cost
ivencss, .Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Malaria, Fever and
IfWo !ii lii
Major Haan Tells. What
Our Own People
. May Do
Major V. W. Il.inu of the Coast
Aitllleiy gave a veiy Intel csHjig ud
ilii'M In lho"Cliainliur of Commerce
looms )csteidny afternoon on what
Hawaii should do to supplement tho
1'cdcial Government lu its fortifica
tion of theso Islands, nnd parHculat
ly tbo Island of O.iliu.
The gist of Major Ilium's talk was
Hint tho Territory should furnish a
peisouncl to assist lu manning the
guns, so that tho Island would bo lu
a position to defend itself until such
time as aid might be sent fiom the
Major Haan stated that although
tho piogiess ot the defensive opera
tions had appealed to local people as
slow during the ten seals elapse I
since niincntloii, Congiess now seem,
ed fully moused to tho Importance of
tho Hawaiian Islandi fiom a stiatcglc
standpoint, nnd the laud foittlltatloiis
would undoubtedly bo completed so
that the pioposcd naval b iso would
bo amply protected.
Hut these foitlllcnllous must havo
something more than guns.
The l'edci.-il tloveiumeiit will fur
nish piub.ibl) one-half the foico to
handle tho guns. The Territory
should supply tbo remainder. It is
piolnhlo that nboiit a thousand men
will be needed for tho laud formica
tions. At least live hundred of these,
will have to ho supplied from tho lo
Major Haan called attention to the
fact that In tho Hist, paitleuhirly lu
lloslon and New Vol I,, tho mllltli
companies had formed coast artillery
coips that weio full) capable of hand
ling tho coast-defense guns independ
ent!) of an) nsslstanco fiom tho fed
All along tho eastern coast thco
co ist ni tiller) militia companies nie
being foinied and constitute -a very
Important branch of thu bcrvice. This
Is what Is needed paitleiilarly on this
Island, which would be the natural
center of attack from u foreign en
cm) and thcicfore tho main point to
All tho operations of defense arc
based on tho possibility of America
not having command ot the sea, nnd
O.ihu must be in a position to defend,
After tho close of his very Interest
ing talk Major 1 Irian was Interrogat
ed b) (leneral Haitwell regal ding tho
defense of tho othei Istunds. Major
Haan stated that Honolulu and tho
naval station would bo tho objective
of an) attacking force; henco tho nc
cesslt) for centering defense hero.
Majoi Haan was Introduced to tho
meeting by 13, D. Tcnnoy and at tho
cioso of llio tall: It was moved by cx
Covcrnoi Carter that a voto of thnnks
bo extended. This was unanimously
pissed. Unfortunately, the attend
ance was not ns largo as might bo
dcstied, not nil tho seats of tho loom
being occupied, but those who weio
thoio were deeply Intoicstcd anil
thcro Is no doubt that ample provi
sion for tho mllltl.i by tho next Leg
islature will havo tho solid support
of tho business oigunlzntions of tho
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