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If more theaters will Minn mo.e
theatricals and make IiiisIiii-sn good
fur nil tlio houses.
let the theaters
There la no ilmilit thut the busi
ness men of thin ell) are Interested
lr the flovernor's views on the Or
Konlc Act amendments.
Although It wax tn lil before
he arrived. It Is timely to lopcat that
Honolulu Is initially pleased that
Walter Dillingham lamleil the dredg
Reports on tlie Stuck i:cliuugo
glvo lmllcntlon that the pulley of
home Investment of money made In
the country Is gaining ground. It
cannot go too fur.
Ton reuwms Rle-i h the California
suffragettes wli) wutuvii should vote
wind lip with this "We demand
bciuethliig to say."
jk If they didn't
lint what's the use'
The Police Court witness who spe
cialized and snld he was treated for
"belly-ache In my stomach" showed a
discriminating vocabulary. So many
croakers Indicate, that they have It
In the head.
(iovernor 1'rear drafted an amend
ment to the Organic Act allowing for
ntbltrary removal of public ottlcers.
A Senator Immediately suggested that
the ofllclnl have a hearing In this
j on hnvp an Instance of varying hab
its of mind the oligarch vs. the re
publican. The former habit is alto
gether tun prevalent in Hawaii
(iovernor Kreur. when louuuentlng
on the llunuclal legislation of Hawaii,
called attention to the lout! habit )(
appropriating more than the Income,
with the leault that the Kxeiutlve
Ukeil his discretion In seteitlng items
for expenditure. A fnlted States
Senator Immediately asked Aether
the Kxecutlve did not have the right
to veto Individual Items of an appro
priation bill. Thus be tailed atten
tion to the fact that the Executive
shares responslblllt for a local con
dition iilwnva (minted out as a
proof of the shortcomings of the
common herd In the Legislature.
MAKE IT A PROSECUTION.
Tho police authorities of this city.
tho Terrltor. and rlie Nation as well
should deal with the dru.wed-up thugs
agitating violence and revenge, with1
an appropriate regard for the serious- I
ncss of the work the agitators are llo
IllB. I I
Tho peoplo of this Territory havo
more than once witnessed what has1
been conMdeied a half-hearted and ,
naturally Ineffective pioscuitlon of i
pcrkons properly In tho criminal class.
Tho present tuosecutlou should bo
a prosecution In fact. If all others
have been, nnd theio Is no real dan
ger of Indifference on the part of
anyone Involved, no guilty con
sciences In the city need wince and
Justice has ulwas been done.
Whether n now theater Is soon to
be built In this city or not, tho future
ought to glvo Honolulu much iiioiej
In tho theatrical line than It has had '
for years. I
The population of Honolulu Is
steadily Increasing. It will very I
soon If It has not alieady reached
tho point, whero at least a vaudeville,
theater can glvo nightly perform
ances and make n living. And if
vaudeville can make good, there must
ho u the.iter-golne population largo
enough to support n bcason of high
class drama ami porhnps opera.
To an ordinary citizen It would ap
pear that wo havo already theateis
enough. What wo need Is something
to put in them.
The more thuatilcal bublneaa tho
better, however, and muy the day
scon ccme when tho vlbl'tor or tho
italdent cannot with good cauiio say
that ho "has no whet o to uoof nn
ttitrtcil M tle roslolTice at Honolulu
m ftriutxI-cUM mittrr.
JANUARY 1G, 1009
FREARAND THE COASTWISE LAW.
,.i. , ... .., timt ,,... i,.,.,-.
ests of the whole Ton Itoi-y should
not be snirlfhcd for the Inteiests
of one steamship line, especially
In u mallei of passengers. In
which tb.it line Is Interested so
slightly " (iovernor 'rear's In
tervlew. If (Iovernor FYear Is correctlv nnot.
oil In this remark, It brings strlkhigly
to notice the burning truth of this
paper's (omment that the (inventor is
,oul or IiiiiiIi with the people
1 lie rcw-isul on the uiaiitwlso ship
ping bill to which the (lOM-mor le
ft rs was not hioiight about by the
, Interests of one steamship company.
! It Is true that the Matson Naviga
tion Company's new steamer furnish
ed the Incident for bringing the
whole matter of shipping law suspen
sion up for reconsideration, but this
one steamship or the steamship com
pany and Its local allies (ould neier
have reversed the position uf the bus
iness men. If that steamship and that
company hnd alone boon Involved.
The protection Issue was what
swung this community and It Is what
will hold It to tho lino whether the
(Iovernor likes It or not.
If Hawaii can aid In 'maintaining
the American ring In the traffic ot
the I'ailllc. It will be nlwii)B ready.
Hack of this Is the deep conviction
on the part of Americans In this
Territory that they Hhottld Jealously
guard against any legislation which
may weaken our status as a Torrl
tor, and cause the Islands to he
classed with, and legislation for them
lhaped ns for, a possession. Having
obtained the emoluments of an org
anized Territory of tho United States
the people of the Islands will hesi
tate to iliift Into legislative excep
tions that might relieve them ot somo
of the bin dens. The responsibilities
nie incepted, and our Territorial
hiatus Is of greater Importance than
Nuuanu Valley $25.00
Quarry Street $22.50
Kinau Street $25.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
School Street $40.00
Lunalilo Street $25,00
Nuuanu Valley, 1 1-4 quarter
Manoa Valley Building Lots $1000
and upwards, .
Also lots at Puunui and Kaimuki,
Beach property at Kaalaurai,
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS
a quick, easy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
' RATES are LOW.
fflx 2jiafu rn m panyi
J32..".0 On Young Street
near Piiwnn Lane; com
pletely furnished; lit-il-rooms;
gas; large nrd; servants
quarters; artesian water.
S3n.no On Ueretunln St.
near 1'llknl St.; .1 bed
rooms; electric lights;
gas; good iiIhiiu; linen;
servants quarters anil
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
suspension of the coustwlse shipping
Clearly, (Iovernor Prcar docs not
share this feeling. At least, it Is to
Le presumed that he docs not fear
that this transportation exception
will be followed by any unhappy re
sults. Here ngaln wo have n sample of tho
hypnotic power of Washington over
our Goveruors.lt was during (Iovernor
Carter's first trip to Washington thai
ho became enthused with our friend
Senator Kornker's Idea of putting
these Islands on a colonial basis In
order that wo might recclvo many
benefits of special legislation which
we do not now enjoy.
Memory still holds how the propo
sal was received when Carter got
Governor l'rear's position Is not ex
actly Identical, but It shows tho sama
blinding lnlluenco of the friends who
do not, even now, think of Hawaii
as far removed from a "possession."
The Governor deals lightly with
the good Judgment, Integrity, nnd
patriotism of the business men ot
this city when ha makes the direct
Intimation that they changed their
attitude because ono steamship com
pany wanted them to do so. Such u
remark- does not belittle tho men who
voted against the bill to suspend the
coastwise, shipping laws.
Central Union Church Doieinm
Sciidder, minister; Amos A. Khorsolo,
Assistant Minister. Illblo School at
D;S0 a. m. Men's Leaguo Illblo- Class.
10 n. m., beginning tho "Heading
Course In tho Gospel. Morning wor
ship ut 11 u. m.; sermon by tho min
ister, "No Other Namu. Christian En
Icavor Meeting at C:30 p. ml; first of
tho series of Pilgrim's Progress, "I.enT
lug tho City of Destruction." Evening
Worship at 7:30; sermon by tho mill'
Istcr, "Judas A Story of God's I.ovo."
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
strangers, seamen, travelers, visiting
friends and tho public genoially to at
tend nil of tho services.
"Our Doparted Dead. Should Wo
Pray for Them?" will bo tho subject of
I lev. John W. Wadman's sermon to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock in tho
First M. K. church, corner Ilcrotunla
nvenuo and Miller street. In tho even
ing at 7:30 how III speak on "Is De
mocracy a Failure?" and glvo a eulogy
on tho life of General Robert E. Leo.
Tho public Is cordlully Invited.
T. K, K. CHTYO MARU
(Continued from Pajre 1)
family, wlfo of Mr. Hata of Hackfcld
U. Co. was among tho arrivals.
Prominent among tho Uirough pas
songers, bosldo Vlco President Tsuka
hara, are Mr. and Mrs. Taro Hodzuml.
Mr. Hodzuml Is, manager of tho Yo
kohama Speclo bank ut San Francis-
co. Captain McLean, U. S, N., who has
been on tho Asiatic station; Captain
a. H. Ilodger and Major A. II. 1).
Tho Chlyo Maru brought for thin
port 1108 tons of freight, consigned to
Hackfcld & Co. She also biought a
Sow stocrugo passengers.
Tho liner will continue her trip "to
m'oirow morning, sailing nt 0 o'clock
IDEAL SLEEPING GARMENTS
Made of Flannelette. Ages 1 to 8
Price 05c. t,
Governor Froar Btnted this
morning that tho Kepolkat matter
f had been held up through Inad-
vertencc. When tho charges
woio first sent to 'Washington tho
f Secretary of the Interior was
f away and the matter was filed
away to nwalt his return. When
he cntno back to Washington, It -t--f
had been forgotten, and wus con- -f
f fP(iunlly held up for koiiio time. f
When asked If he knew whether -f
f or not the cnblo was to bo sent -f
requesting Kciiolkal's resignation 4
before ho lort Washington, he
4- "Well, I did not know for sure
whether u cable would so sent or
whether u letter would bo written
to Kopolkal." -f
I 4 H
Tado Hodzunii, manager of the Yo
kohama Speclo Hank at San Francisco,
Is returning from Japan In tho Chljo
Mam, which sails tomorrow niornlni;
at 9 o'clock. He Is nccoiiipanled by his
wife. They wore greeted by Manager
Tnklcdn of tho local branch of tho
Hodzuml, who Is well posted on
financial matters, stated today that the
financial-condition In Japan is Improv
ing greatly.' Tho Yokohama Speclo
Hank In Snu Fianclbco has been doing
exceptionally good business since the
Hodzuml has been n resident of San
Frnnclsco for many ears and ho
spcnkB tho Kngllsh language lliienlly.
SURGEON CURREY IS
BACK FROM llllll
Past" Assistant Surgeon Curry, Unit
ed States Public Health and Marino
Hospital service, lelunied this morn
ing from Hllo, where ho went to mako
nn Inspection, I)r Curry Is the gov
ernment's plague specialist here, and
has charge of all matters pertaining to
the prevention and suppression of tho
He has not as yet made Ids report
to Assistant Surgeon Moore, tho com
manding officer of tho Marine Hos
pital station hero, but It Is understood
thai ho found conditions most reassur
ing and satisfactory.
Employers Want Sober Men.
Competition Is too keen and life Is
too strenuous for nn employer to keep
men on Ids payroll whoso nerves nre
unsteady and whoso brains aro not
Every lino of business Is beginning
to close Its doors to di Inking men.
Drunkenness li a disease and like
most diseases, has its remedy. Or
rlne Is the lellablo tieatment and Is
sold under u positive guarantee, to ef
fect a cine or your inoniy will be le
funded. Orrlno Is In two forms; No. 1
which can be used without the pat
ient's knoulodgo In tea, coffee or food;
and No. 2 for those who wish to bo
The guurantee applies to both forms.
Mailed in plain sealed package on re
ceipt of SI 00. Wrlto for free booklet,
mailed In plain sealed envelope Tho
Orrlni) Co., Washington, D. O., or Ho
nolulu Drug Co.. Fort street.
Judge Andrado of tho District Court
has compiled his annual report for tho
past, year showing that In that tlmo ha
has handled filfi civil, 118 Juvenile and
SOU" criminal cases, making a total of
37CQ cases altogether. In 1907, 702
civil, 181! Juvenile, and 3178 criminal
caseb were handled, totaling 43CG
case s. g
Tho following tnblo gives a compar
ative statement of tho results of tho
criminal cast's during tho past two
Convictions , 2710 2017
Acquittals 277 41)2
Nolle Pros' 311'J 337
Committals 90 111
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Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Mies llnra Yoclfflv. wtionn vli?ht
was GnO pounds, died ut Klttannlng, '
Pa. A corllu 17 Inches wide nnd 7
JXet long hud to bo mado for her.
(Continued from Paze 1)
peaceful and reasonable. A (inarrol
ensued nnd the gentleman Is threat
ened with assault. He tries to run
nway. (Here the genernl audience
called out "Strike htm to dentil!"
"Put him down and kill him!")
Gieat applause ensued. The gclitlc
inan runs nway. One of the three
men says that ho Is sorry to see such
n traitor among his (outitr)ineli and
that he Is determined to go up to tho
metropolis to take part In tho agita
tion. Others try to stop him.
T. Ailmiirn, nn tutor, came out mid
addressed the audlcnco ami nslted
them to Keep porno and not utter
such words as were mentioned dur
ing the performance.
One llnraila stood up anil said Unit
hr said "Strike him to death" and
"Put him down and kill him" Ilrst.
and ho was sorry that the audlen.ee
had Joined him. He said "this pel
formnnce was n scene on Formosa
fifty years from now."
Second Act Asccne nt a planta
tion mannger's residence Is pictured.
Third Act A meeting of newspa
per editor nt u Japanese tea-houso.
Tho local editors weie repieseiited
under fictitious names,
Fourth Act A scene at Mr. Fuse's
house, where rcpiesentatlves of la
borers cull to Interview him on the
wngc question. They ore told that
peaceful methods must ho taken. He
condemns the agitation and the labor
'icprcscutatlves gel angry at him.
(Much noise was made by tho mull
enco.) They moot nn agitation leader on
their way homo ami receive encour
agement fioui htm. The ueiessity of
forming an association Is discussed.
(Fied. Makluo proposed three cIiccim
for tho Honolulu theater.)
Fifth Act A meeting' ot lenders:
Much Ida, thought to he Intended for
Mnklno; Neglshl, thought to he in
tended for Negoio; thought
to be Intended for Soga; all Radicals.
Fuse, thought to be Intended for She
ba; Tsuruzawa, thought to be Intend
ed for Tsiirushlina; thought
to be Intended for Kliuura, all Conservatives-.
The Radicals arrive ilrst
mid nie angry on account of the tiudl
ness of the Conservntlu'S. Upon the
at rival .of tho latter tho wngo dis
cussion opens. The Conservatives
advocate the rnlsu of one or two dol
lars. Tho Radtcnls want more than
i'2'2S0, Fuse ndvocatcs a Very peace,
fill method and speaks of harmony
between races, etc. Machlda Is an
gry nt this nnd threatens Fuse. Ho
charges Fuso With being a traitor li)
the Japanese and demands that lie
get out. A quarrel ensues. Negosht
comes out and Intervenes. They call
themselves gentlemen and object to
being called lawyers' runnels or ngl
tator.8. (At this time loud cries of
"Strlko them to death'" "Destroy
Hawaii Shlnpo!" "Destroy Chionlcle's
olllee!" were heard. The general nu
illeuce Joined In tho Jell.)
ANCIENT AMERICAN RUINS
Washington. Dec 20 An American
Pompeii Is gradually being brought to
light, iiccordlng to'tbo annual report
of Charles 11. Walcott. secretary of the
rtmlthhoulnn Institution. Under n
rpeclal congressional appropriation
tho work of excavating n pre-hlstorlc
hurled city at Casa Orandu, near Flor
ence, Ariz., has been conducted by UiJ
J Walter Fowkes Already u mini
bor of structures havo been discov
ered, but tho largest ono excavated
during tho year was a building 200
feet long with 11 rooms, the massive
walls Inclosing a plaza. In tho cen
tral room there In a seat called by the
Jlnm Indians "Tho scat of Monte
7iimn." Tho ruins of Casa Oranda were
'ounds to hu very much more extens
ive than was expected. It Is said
thut their permanent picscrvutlon Is
of great archueologlcal Interest.
In connection with speclnl -.-o-Ecarches
Dr. Walcott says that al
though the resources of thu Institution
We Beg to Call Attention to
Our Large New Stock
Cups & Saucers
These goods were selected
with great care and comprise
the very best in the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen.
.tliBW BaB --wlill
Lt'OIIOL 3 rnii CKNT
lingUteSiomachs and Hovels of
ncss ;ind Itest.Conlilns Rriiinr
Opium .Morphine norMiucraL!
Ancrfect Rcmedv forConsnta
I Ion , Sour StonuclbUlarraora
licss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Eisct Copy of Wrapper.
N ewest Fall Fashions
Qi There Urn HfllllUU Tnll Rtvlia wnrlv fnl- vnn in iliA
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There are sturdy, "mannish" oJels in dull Calf, and
the daintiest, lightest boots in fine Kid and imported Pat
ent Lenthcis, and man y attractive styles in rich shades of
REGAL Quarter S izes insure you perfect fit.
REGAL Shoes for Men are known
everywhere as the top notch of re
fincment and good taste in shoes.
The Quarter Sizes appeal to men
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popular as the Women's Regals.
iuii tun i uo us wen uuvwiicrc
at near the same nricc: that's
good reason for the popularity of the
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fine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases '
HIR. GEO. ORDWAY has full charge of
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phone 415 and Mr. Ordway will go to
your home and give you estimates of the
cost of the work you want done. All
work done by Mr. Ordway is of the very
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