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GOVERNOR FREAR AND THE
ORGANIC ACT CHANGES.
dmernor I'm i
tlie ChmnlH i r '
tins ilonc to tlii "
Cut nml to tiit i
.-.tit uirnt licforu
i it ii 1 1 p of wliat he
kiiih Act wan clear
i i it t 111 all nmttcrD
iclatlng to hl iws on the changes
that ma l ilesiied.
We liclleve that the Governor must
agree that the status of the bill now
before CoiiRresH anil the relation f J ltlKli treason, graft nml selfish Infer
tile (lournor to the people of tlm tst laid at the door or eu-ri citizen
Terrltor of Hawaii would lie much I who hellees In the Atm-ik.m Dag,
more satlifactor) If theso les re- ,,, "I'I'"H ' Ameiltan shipping.
... .. , , land the lelentlon of the protective
gardlng the ncccslty for channel iirlcp,o f()r ,he Tcrr,t01 of
and what changes are necessary had ...... ., ,. Industrie
been expressed before a similar meet
ing prelotis to his departure for
Washington with this er Important
measure In enibrjo
As the II u I I e l I n has held from
the outset, the boiuco of the most
serious criticism Is the fact that the
Governor carried out his own pro
gram for what he thought was best
for the people, and looked for his
approval and support afterward He
has put the supporters of the Ad
ministration In the position of
hating either to combat the Ad
ministration and its secret he
method of doing public business,
or swallow the mandate of the. Exec
utive on the b.mls that the end Justi
fies tho means. Independent Amer
icans will not long nccept the latter.
It should not be necessar for tho
Secretary of. the Territory to ghe out
assuranco that full Information will
show ecr) thing nil right In such' n
matter of public polio Tho .busi
ness Is Public Huslness not tho pri
vate affair of it few men now In of
fice Tho people, should know by
halng full Information at the out
bet that "cterjthlng Is all right "
Then tho Governor would report to a
meeting of citizens: "Gentlemen, I
hne carried out tho program out
lined and approved b jou to tho best
ot my ablllti, and I trust It meets
'with our approval " Ho would get
spontaneous approval, in place of a
vote of thanks, which, if withheld,
would be a direct Insult
Tho method put sued by tho Gov
ernor in handling this matter was
not one that commends Itself to the
people of the Islands This he ap
parently recognizes, and It Is to bo
hoped that this Is tho lust Instance
of tho kind In his Administration,
especially us u legislative session is
about to begin
Tho Governor having made Ills
statement, the Immediate question Ib:
whether tho bill should bo rushed
through nt tho present session of Con
gress. Tho H u 1 1 o 1 1 n suggests that tho
people should have further time to
digest tho mensuro and what It
means. And the land features espe
cially should hao time for consider
ation by tho Territorial Legislature
Tho man who san theio Is not tlmo
for nil this will likely bo the one to
cry out in bitter criticism If ho waken
up Koaio afternoon to find that tho
bill, after having become a law, pro.
duces results that even he or tho
Governor or Justice Hallou or Gar
field or MtClcllan or thofow othets
did not think of in their hnsto.
Wo hnvo the record of two changes
already made from the original draft,
One In connection with tho removal
of officers and the other bearing on
Innd exchanges Mu It not bo found
In going over the exceptions noted In
the ill st section of the bill, that pro
visions maj' bo found fiom which It
would bo advisable that Hawaii
should not bo excepted' Is there
good reason why tho laws concern
ing the right of aliens to hold land
In Arizona and Now Mexico should
not apply to tho Territory of Hawaii?
If tho public business of the Terri
tory Is to bo carried on with the
bcBt results for all concerned and to
tho credit of the Administration, It
must bo done in n manner that first
takes the people Into account and se
cures their support.
This will be found to be vital truth
when the Legislature assembles The
crisis Is not and has not been bo se
ijoim that (ho Governor' orjnn'y exec
utive department need" clovlato rpnV
tho admonition, "lie sure )ou are
liglv.t, and then go ahead."
EnificJ at the Post office t Honolulu
as second tint mtlter.
. . JANUARY 19, 1909
THE PROPOSED COASTWISE
According to the statements IksiicJ
Ij those presumably In nutliorlty,
the Chit. re-deration Is to take up the
cmiKe of those persons who wish to
aid In the campaign (or the suspen
sion of the Coastwise shipping law.
I.Ike all campaigns with which it
w ell-Known element In tills city la as
soLl.iteil, this renewal Btarts in with
litnfiiftp rlutrirpfl rif inlHilnnipnnnrR nnil
Tho same old smudge is trotted out
b the same old crowd
Hut that will not change the patri
otic citizens of this community. Tho
riag will not bo hauled down from
American ships without a protest.
Wo are Informed that the United
States Congress tines not includo the
coastwise shipping Inw In tho list ot
protet thes measures nnd that sus
pension of the law will not In the
(.lightest degree Jeopardize tho pro
tection of our industries which wo
now enjoy and which nro absolutely
necessary to Hawaii's prosperous fu
ture. Since when hnvo theso men been
so suro of tho future?
Prom what source have they gain
ed their authority to state what tho
United States Congress, to lie called
In session by President Taft, will do?
On what food do thoy feed that
they divine tho futuro with such de
And when they come to themselves
during tho protracted session ot that
tnrlrt Congress nnd find thnt tho out
come is not what they expected, what
guarantee against loss can this local
band ot Amerlcan-riag strikers give
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
Also lots at Puunui and Kaimuki.
Beach property at Kaalawai.
COB. FORT AND MERCHANT SIS,
a quick, easy means of reaching
steamers four days from port.
RATES are LOW.
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Buy A Home
2 bedroom, E room house; elec
tric lights; modern porcelain
plumbing; beautiful marine and
mountain views; artesian wator.
l'rlco iHGO.OO, Property Is
now and in good repair.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
the community for the ruin they have
fostered by their course?
ll'rotcctlon Is tho life-blood of
American prosperity in this Territo
ry. To tamper with any legislation
that may endanger the contlnunnco
of the present or an increase of tariff
protection Is criminal folly.
Tho extra session of Congress to
consider the tariff will enact n sched
ule from which there will bo no de
viation for ears. Should action by
that Congress bo adverse to this Tet
rltory, it will bo Impossible for III
wnll to gain n change In tho sched
ule for Its special benefit.
if tho coastwise shipping law Is so
cosily amended as the Flag-Strikers
state, no possible harm can come to
tho Territory of Hawaii by n delay
until tho noxt regular session of Con
gress. It may bo good business for tho at.
torneys for foreign steamship Hues to
urge the people to hurry lest thes
lose the only opportunity ot a life
time. it is not good uuBiness (or the Ter
ritory of Hawaii to ontcr the lists
of those who would strike tho Dag
from American ships while tho tarlft
Ib under discussion. Tho CIvrT Feder
ation with Its secret membership can
not change, this fnct. "
TIMES TO THE RESCUE
Editor Evening Ilullotln
Why not make up a friendly purse
for Dr. Atcherley nnd let him have a
good sea voyago? (go to Iloston!).
We do not know the skillful man by
sight even, but must bellovo from his
own testimony, that hats not in good
health and wo feel s)mpathy for him;
and, were we not Impecunious (with
us, chronic), would know how-to pre
scribe for nil such patients in u min
ute. KDITOR TIMKS. '
WORD DUEL BETWEEN
(Continued from Paze 1)
Answer No, sir.
Cathcart then switched off onto a
new tack and cross-examined tho wit
ntss In regard to his treatment of
leprosy and his association with Wal.
Question Did sou analsze the rem
edleB of Wallach, or did you arrive
at a conclusion as to what the actlvo
principles wore from sour gcnetal
Answer rrom my own general
Question Your theory is that lep
rosy Is a degeneration of the nerves?
Question You bellovo that leprosy
Is duo in theso Islands to tho food
which peoplo eat?
Answer To a largo extent. Tho
origin of tho dlsenso Is dual: In
leprosy thero Is an excess ot poison
ous mutter in the diet, and a restric
tion of tho diet.
Question Do $ou agree with Jon
athan Hutchlns' theory of a fish diet?
Answer Not entirely; it docs not
rover all rases.
Question You classify leprosy as
a disease analogous to scurvy?
Answer It Is classified with sev
eial skin diseases,
IDEAL SLEEPING GARMENTS
Made of Flannelette. Ages 1 to 8.
Thero, was then sonic squabbling
between the' attorney and tho wit
ness ns to the source of tho bacilli
which ore evident on tho develop
ment of tho noticeable symptoms of
Question Then the object of tho
trentment Is to build up the diseased
tissue You must ghe nerve food,
must you not?
Answer If you could find nut Just
what Is needed to build up tho degen
einte nerves to their normal stale
you might do so,
Question Then our treatment
does not touch the nerve??
Answer I treat the symptoms.
Question Then )ou do not trj to
remove tho cause.?
Answer I do rcniovo tho cause,
for that Is ft matter of diet?
Question Does this treatment of
jours reach the cause?
Answer How tould it reach the
Question Now this Wnllach rem
edy Is a Recret, Is It not?
Answer Not that I know of.
Question You hnvo In sour pos
session something that ou admlitls
ter hypodcrmlcnlly to a leper. What
Answer will not say.
Question Do jou use any part of
the active principal of any animnl
substance that jou learned from Wnl
lach? Answer I can t sny that I do.
Question 1 understand sou to sa
that jour reined) is directed toward
removing the symptoms only and nut
tho disease Itself?
Answer I did not say so.
Question If this remedv of jours
were nhaly7cd would It disclose (lit
Answer That which Is being used
now by mo now
Question Do sou usu a different
remedy now from what sou had been
Answel- Since I hno been watch
ed and my medicine stolen.
Question Are soubctng watched?
Answer I am
Question lly whom?
Answer lly Dr. Was son.
Question How does ho wntch sou?
Question How did ho which ynu7
Answer Ify going to drug stores
on tho plea ot finding out whether or
not I was getting morphine.
Question When did ou begin us
ing this treatment?
AnBwer In November?
'TlWo WjlHu needing of Kll citi
zens Iriterest'ct) and especially repre
sentatives of Educational, civic, mill
tars, nnnl, nd commercial bodies
nt 7:30 this evening at tho legislative
hall to arrange a program for Lin
coln's 100th birthday.
We Beg to Call Attention to
Our Large Ntw Stock
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These goods were selected
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the very best in' the art of
Sold singly or by the dozen,
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Come and see our fine lines.
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W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
becretary Hawaiian ingineenng
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin ofllce.
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