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EVENING1 PULLETIM, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, FEI1, 22, 1009,
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"Tlie Hornl Parade of 1009 will pass
Into history as better than the best of
Kacli K'ur brings soiuo new featnte
nnd n wealth of new Ideas In the work
lug out of the parade and the prepara
tion of the rioats and aiitomobllru
The parade Ik always Interesting for
the local people and unique for tho Wi
lton It has been well worth while In for
mer years and more so this.
.Mr. Pctrlo anil his assistants are to
All signs iwlnt to the certainly of
"William II. Taft forming his cabinet
nccordlng to his own views. Ills rule
of associates Is that they shall mejt
Ills Ideal, not Knoscvclt's.
Tho rumors of u coolness between
Sir. Taft and Mr. Iloosovclt on account
of the refusal to give Mr. I.00I1 n cab
inet iioslllon are of secondary Interest.
Tho meat In the rocoanut Is that Mr.
Tart Intends to be 1'rexldrnt. In seels
ug men to nil the offices bis rule Is to
t-ulcct such as bao inado u record, not
men become famous by reason of their
Bond fortune In beliiK his friends.
ltooscvclt policies will probably go
ii. Iloosoudt'x personality is not
r iiamied down to the new President.
i. The greatest work of (leorge Wash
inglon was his unification and dlrec-
tlcm of contending elements In a
.1- Self-preservntlon was tho natural
bond of union among the peoplo of
iktlic colonies that gained their lmle
pendenco from Great Ilrltaln.
r Though tlts repiescnled tho first law
or nature, it required n master mind
vto topihlno the divergent opinions
mill (fIf:ilH Ititu n mni-nnw.t,, lui.....
,--. ......... ...,v (a ., v-'..fc iuooi-a-
sing enough cohesion nnd force to'
carry. on a successful war wlh n pow
erful and resourceful nation.
There was no national spirit to
which Washington might appeal, lie
was tho leader of a band of rebels
nmong whom was a nucleus of pa
triots who pointed the way, and gave
detlnlto purpose to forces of justified
No people ever had more right
eous cause to be rid of tho oppress
ive joke of nn arbitrary monarch
than the American colonists. Their
cause was Just but tho course of those
having the courage of their convic
tion was beset by traitors and fnlso
irlcnds without number.
" "Washington had to fight first the
'power and influence of tho "govern
ment" ' with tho patronage, social
preferment, and favor which It could
Wo of today do not dwell much on
this phase. Perhaps because wo think
It peculiar to present-ddy politics
..iiihI hear only of tho direct battles
mid results of former days.
Those of tho present tlmo who
bow tho craven kneo to officialdom,
j.iintl Join in tho high and' mighty crit
icism of fho inability of the "com
mon people" to govern themselves,
nre of identically the same stripe as
5 alio "enemy within tho ranks" that
"Washington had to fight.
Tho untutored followers ot the
trail were, in the esteem of the gov
emlng crowd, fit only to bo govern
I pd. What right had tho common
woodsman to bo heard!
. And wo must not forget that tho
governing class rcurescntlnir verv
i)lkey "wealth and Intelligence" of
, ttlio colonleu had many favors to be
llow that appealed to the selfish and
tho Invertebrate ready to follow any
"flag or ally themselves with any
Calender, bo It gave free entry to soft
berths nnd tho hope of busking In
tho kindly sunlight of official Binlles.
4 Washington had not only to face
T'tho enemy In tho field. Ho was In-
I ceshantly hnrruBsod by tho undor-
..mining Influences of tho Tories and
'the trnltors In his own ranks.
A moro hopeless future thun that
vVwhlch he contemplated can hardly
ft (low frequently must he have had
. reason to wonder whether there wan
nny such thing ns loyalty to prlncl-
Jyile! How many times must Uo hate
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rttSllMonln 0 ,no
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Pel Year, anywhere In Canada,., I, Ho
Per Year (xntiiald, foreign 3oo
Catered At the Poet office at Honolulu
u ttccond clan matter.
FEBRUARY 22, 1009
thought that tho ntrugglo was not
worth while, his followers unnppro
clatlvo and so opinionated thnt they
could not possibly be brought to n
practical agreement should thu cam
paign of tho nrmlcs bo wont
Men on whom Washington was
forced to pluco reliance slipped from
under; some wcic open and others
all but traitors.
The wholo story of Washington's
career as n lender In the American
Revolution was one of unrelenting
strugglo to overcome difficulties
Washington never gave up nnd
seldom complained. The names of
the little men who were filled with
their own Importance in their tlmo
The names of tho loynl men nro In.
dellbly stamped on the tablets ot his
tory. Washington moulded for tho fu
ture better than he knew,
lie gained his place In history nnd
the hearts of tils countrymen by do
ing his utmost with what ha hud.
Ho possessed courage, confldencc,
Washington did not nnnounco to
the peoplo thnt he could defeat tho
uriules of lCuropo "If" ho only had
the numbcni n'nd tho trained soldiers
to do It.
He took tho patriots nt their wlrd,
. -1 Joined with them whatever het
i rogeneous mass offered. Ho forgot
tho gibes of tho Tories nnd tho
vrotchodly false und wavering ullo
glanrc of some of his most Intlmato
Wellington placed confidence In
tho eventually clear understanding
and the loyalty ot the people, lie
GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION AND
Enemies of American government In
Hawaii havo been riding n hobby of
government by commission for somo
They dccl.iru that Haw-all should
havo a "good govornment." a govern-
mnnt ll- f-nmitllaulfltl n miVnmmoMl
like that ot Washington, I. C an ceo
So far as known this little coterie of
disappointed and disgruntled states
men in mo city of Honolulu nru thu
only ones who havo discovered tho ad
vantages of government by commls
blon or the siiierlorlty of tho govern
ment or (ho District of Columbia co
extensive with tho city of Washington
borne days ago (hoy hedged some
what and expressed tho wso opinion
that government by contract might bo
belter after all.
Hut what of government by commis
sion? What of Its expenso nnd how
Is It superior?
It appeals to certain local peoplo
becauso tho citizens havo no volco In
It. They aro governed, not governing.
Hero nro tho figures that tell tho
slory of tho expenso of government by
commission. Tho Now York World,
under dato ofHou. 4, says:
THE PENDINO APPnOPMATION
niLL KOft THE COST OP RUNNING
THE DISTRICT Or' COLUMIJIA ONE
YEAR CARRIES $11,97-1,033, REINO
AT THE RATE OF $35.21 FOR EACH
This does not Include tho cost of
new buildings for tho Government It
solf or tho maintenance of such ns
pow cxjst, oxcoptlng tho appropriation
ot $220,000 for new buildings for tho
Tho 1908 population of Washington
was 339,000. Tho latest figures ob
tainable from thu Census Iliireuu show
tho. cities nearest Washington In size
to bo Uuffalo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati. De
troit, Milwaukee Now Oilcans, New
ark and Minneapolis.
IN NONE OP THESE DOES THE
PER CAPITA COST OK MAINTEN
ANCE EQUAL THAT OF WASHING-
Milwaukee, with a population of 317,
908, has a corporato expenditure ot $",,
518,143, tho rhto per capita being
MlnncnnollH. wllh 273.821; iniinhii.
ants, spout, according lo iast roKrtH,
only 5,i)2l,030, a per cnplta of $18.31.
Murrain has n population of out
400,000. In 190C she had 381.S1U She
spent In 1900 only $7,609,001 $19.93
Detroit spends $7,815,305 u year for
A splendid, well
equipped home in Pu
nnhou Section ot the
Trent Trust Co.,
a population ot 353,535. Per capita,
Now Orleans spent $0,575,945 for n
year of city government, for u popula
tion ot 314,140. Per capita $20.93.
Newark, N, J., with u population of
89,034, had a budget of $0,833,198 for
190C; per capltnl, $23.50.
Pittsburg, with a population of 375,-
082, spent $10,935,733; per capita,
Cincinnati has 345,230 Inhabitants,
and hertotal corporate payments were
$10,670,482. Tho per capita ot $30.93
Is tho highest of nny city In Ilia Wash
ington group except Washington Itself.
RAPID TRAN8IT AND THE PARADE.
Tho Rapid Transit needs trcnlment.
There was neither rhyme, reason nor
good common senso In the action of
the Rapid Transit this forenoon In
tending two relays of cars through
tho crowd on King street whllo tho
l'lornl Parndu was passing the Judges'
The street should have been closed
to all vehicles uud even u public ser
vice corporation If possessing tho right
to usu tho street ns it pleased Hhould
havo enough wit If not cousclcnco to
refrain' from action that marred tho
On two occasions I ho lino of parade
near the capltol building was broken
by tho Rapid Transit enrs passing
Ono car stopped directly in froiit of
tho Judges' stand whllu tho nutoino
bllo section was passing. This with
oilier cars furnished tho only untoward
Incident of-tho parade.
A lady on tho Judges' Mand ro-
marked that such nn outrage would bo
Imposslblo lu her homo city. It Is well
known that It could not or would not
College Hills: u $5500 property
Reach lot at Kanlawal, 100 ft.
frontage, area 1 aero
Puupueo Tract, nulldlng lot,
corner East Manoa Road and
Hlllsldo Ave, 17,000 sq. ft....
Kaimuki. 120,000 sq. ft., 8 lots,
cleared nnd fenced. .Prlco $2600
COR. PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Y r$iearrv ' ..W fti
havo happened In Now York'clly,
wlioro tho demands ot tho service re
quire as closo attention to schedule
This Is not the first tlmo that tho
Rapid Transit has hutted Into nnd
If this Is called for In tho charter,
tho Legislature should take Immcdlnto
Mops io effectively put n quietus on
I tho possibility of a repetition of tho
, Rapid Transit sending its cars through
when tho people aro using tho street
for n public function.
WAS Ml STRONG
Made Ship Bill
SEATTLE ASKED WITHDRAWAL
OF SUSPENSION MEASURE
SupESstion Sent To Legislature.
Editor Evening II it 1 1 o 1 1 n :
In nccordunco with tho resolutions
of tho Honolulu mass meeting, I re
quested tho Senate commltteo to
again tnko up my coastwise bill fur
consideration nnd it was expected
that action would be had on Thurs
As that dato approached, adverso
conditions began to Increase. Anoth
er protest from certain Honolulu
business houses nhd Individuals was
filed with th6 Senate commltteo
which tended to dishearten rntr sup
porters. At tho request of tho op
posing interests the Seattlo Cham
ber of Commerce nlso forwarded a
resolution against tho bill. On top
of thnt en mo tho Jnpancso agitation
In tho California and Nevada Legis
latures, which made It embarrassing
for Western Senators to support nny
bill which even Incidentally benefited
.Our friends In the Senate ndvl&cd
us that particularly lu view of tho
latter consideration, It was lniprob
nlilo Hint tho bill could bo gotten
through nt this time. Rather than
risk n probable adverso vote under
present conditions, 1 requested that
tho wholo matter go over to tho next
Congrrfg without piejudlcc, i
I gryitly, regret the defecting of
this legislation, but tho combination
of opposfi)t)u fiom HvroJ3lu, togeth
er with Jlic JnpjncaiQnipllcatluii,
has made ituy further effort to pass
tho bill Impracticable at this session
of Cougress, ' v
I nii forwaidlng to tho Lcgwntura
by this mnll a suggestion that pro
vision bo mndo for inviting another
Congressional party during the' com
ing summer. In view of the sub
stantial benedts resulting from tho
former Congressional visit, I believe;
Hint this plan will meet with gencr
Tho Omnibus Judiciary bill, which
cnriles an additional Federal Judge
for Hawaii, has now been reported
to tho Senate, but lias not yet been
called up for consideration.
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, Feb. 7, '09.
CContinued from Para 1)
before. Rut ho has left his herltugo
to us thu heritage of patriotism."
Senator Knudsen "If you could but
go back to 1775 you would find that
Georgo .Washington was n man of
wealth, belonging to ono of tho first
families and n favored servant of tho
llrltlsh Government, then tho strong
est power of earth. All of this ho
was usked to give up, and become a
rebel. Ho did bo because ho saw thai
It was tho best for Ills counliy.
"When ho was asked to become the
commander of tho American nrmy ho
did not say 'I can't afford It.' Ho wont
when duty called him. Ho followed
tho call of duty and not tho dlctutcs
of his pocketbook." "
Representative Knnlho then ad
dressed the asscmblngo In Hawaiian,
telling tho ttory of tho cherry tree.
W. O. Smith was tho last speaker.
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BIG FLEET FOR
Many Members Of Con
gress Favor Keeping
Vessels In West
WfiKhlnulon. .Inn. ?2. Rntitlinptit In
fuvor of mi adequate nnviil foico In
tho Pacific Ik lmIiiIiiit Htrrnirlli. Mum
members of Cougress favnrlt. Sen
nior i-ersiiis is lor it also. Senator
Flint said today that ho was In favor
or Ihu maintenance of u fleet In Ihc
Pacific nnd another lu the Atlantic
ouch to bo us lurun mm the Atlnnltr
b.lttlu-shlii licet which recently vlsllpil
tho Pacific Coast. Moieover, tho Sen
nlor Is In ravor or Increasing tho up
uionrhitlon or th nn-ai'iil nnvnl Mil
so ns to hroWdo for four 2fi,000-lon
bnltle-shlps, Instead of two. "Wo
fdiouid havo nu mlcqu.ilo fleet," ho de
clares, "on each sldo of the continent
toll tho tlmo."
Senator Pel kins would doubtless (u
claro In favor of four battto-shlps this
year but for tho conhorvatlsm of tho
other members of the Naval Affairs
Committee. Tor tactical reasons It
tiehoutos Perkins to "stand In"- with
tho majority or that commltteo; but
Senator Perkins is for keeping one
third of tho total naval force of tho
United States In the Pacific nil tho
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Ho sold: "I think thnt tho keynote
was sounded when the spirit of Wilm
ington was referred to. Throughout
(ho wot Id thero Is n general movement
townrd liberty. And fiom that sidilt
which Washington represented. Is
growing n mpro nearly universal broth
"One of tho most hopeful signs of
tho times Is tho Impulse townrd 11 gen
oral brotherhood, Tho tlmo will como
when wars will cease. It was not so
long ago that Individuals settled their
differences with tho hword. Now they
scttlo them lu tho courts.
"In tho tlmo not fnr distant tho dif
ferences between nations will bo set
tled In tho saino manner thnt nro those
Speaker Holstelii thanked thoso
present und expressed a hopo that at
every session of tho I-eglslutura the
two housed may meet nnd celchrat
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Tbc fault with the old iris diaphram shutters is thnt
the illumination is poor, and tho result blurred; the old
focal plane makes sectional exposure necessary, resulting
When the speed of the focal plane is doubled, the band
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Tho IJnttcrfly-No fair catching mc
now. Tills In goal.
Harrlmnn, Hearst and Standard mo
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Mexican oil trade from Kngllsh com
pany. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxativu Dromo 'Quinina
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beauty, climate and diversity of scen
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recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimca Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle,
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the well-known Chef.
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