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Eitrc4 it tW Fotfctt At lUuuti
m iccidiiii waiter.
In the words of the Hon. Mr. Achl,
"What did the Governor done J"
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Mr. Isol will now loan a little of his
tlmo to the Uuvcrnmi'iit.
, Watch the Primary law ami tlio
upcclallsts on paity pledges.
Keep tip tlio good work of lionir ' v
Vestment. Opportunity oilers on
Cf every hand.
Thcro nro no signs that Hawaii will
lack a supply of candidate for Judgo
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Judging from Mnjor-I.caguo pros
pects, baseball of tlio frec-admlnslon
variety thrives eternal In Honolulu.
' Tho Evening U u 1 1 o 1 1 n cover
, tlio territory Jim should cultivate end
' brings you the friiltB of your cntci
prise. Is It possible to ilo tin' public vilt
needed by tlio Territory without pui
I ldlng metro funds for loan uppiu
Olvo Mr. I'nli banks a warm rccep;
Hon. The leport that ho Is an Ice
berg U branded as falne since ho an
liotiiited his retirement from politics.
Chtnn's most recent proclamation
only lealHrniB what tho mainland en
cmles of tho Chlncso liavo mnlntnlncj
nil along, and Hawaii has done much
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' t, . . Tho King or Italy oners uoosovcu
lJ n wnruMn TTnnMntn pnn pllft Mr.
i Fairbanks n surfing ennoe and it's
nn even break that he will get more
f fun out of It.
'At, Don t niniio races ni mo tjouniy
ajsfgovornors, since the grave and rov-
iti erenu managcis or tno Territory nave
psuccceded In tying up nil departments
Tin n flnauclal knot.
Hawaii cannot afford to drop nian
ual training from the public-school
rourse. It Is a matter of business,
, If tho wise men uro unable to seo It
In any other light,
Elthor the Governor let up on Ma Ja
dlclal scrutiny when Act 02 reached
Ills dcbk or he ucd his cxperlenpo to
inlaco tho I.eKlalaturo at his becK inil
,4ill In matters of money cxpendi-
Is It necessary to dispense bubbling
zt water In order tlxit tho House
i"4iiin. unim n roHiilntlnn of erecting to
cx-l'rcsldent Fairbanks or nn invita
tion for Secretary Halllnger to visit
tho Territory. ,
If tho twenty-flvo per cent duty on
petroleum Is put Into tho tariff bill to
assist Standard Oil, wo must nssumo
thnt John I), is beginning to feel vory
poor slnco escaping from tho Ilooso-
B-jSJI It ecoraa to bo a matter of business
fflt .'k!n.iii, iirniimi. Wnnllnv Hint the llnuor
ingltatlon shall bo continuous. K this
frbo tho case, tho Legislature might
JjiiHt no well tnko up tho liquor Jaw
Ingnln nnd nnieiul It to suit changed
It Is nulto nosBlblo that tho enemies
Wof tho primary law nro doing what
they may to forcq a pockot veto, mil
.why should thcro bo any enemies of
(this measure In this Legislature,
whoso members wero nil elected on
Iti prlnvtry law platform?
f Promoters of Hawaii need to root
out tho local talk about tho hardships
of tho Volcano trip. Only tho nonr
fa'slghted ones fall to appreciate that
itJ-whon wo mako what Hawaii has np-
Jftpear unattractive, tho tourist business
'-K of tlio whole Territory Is Injured.
j AVhcn Mr. Tnft's Attorney Central
, 9jis heard from, thcro will bo moio cyiii-
Jploto Information on tho future man-
.Tj ugemont or the ofllco of United States
'JfeniBtiict Attorney In all States and
,8b Territories. Meanwhllo tho olll om-
"(Jjcors aro still In olllco and tlio govorn-
,jpcut at AVaBhlngtou still lives.
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APBIL 0, 190D
MR. WODLLEY AND HIS TALK,
Mr. Wool Icy, tho paid agent of tho
Anti-Saloon Lvaguo of this city, said
one thlug In his nddrczs before tho
Ministerial Asiocl.itlon that should
strike homo to the heart of ccry
man who rails at the "government"
and the ' people ' whllo rcmnlnlng
com foil all I) nt homo nnd allowing
others to do tho work In politics.
Thcio woidd nro credited to Mr.
The way to help the Hawaiian
Is not to criticize his woilc niter
ho has botched -It, but to go Into
It with him nt tho rrttx of tho
wholn business, heart and hand,
llko a brother; and tho crux of
representative democracy is not
the church, nor tho newspaper,
nor tho civic federation, nor In
tho legislature, but tho primary.
You men and our kind of men nt
tho caucus or primary not as
ministers, or planters or bankers,
or editors, or lawyers, or doctms,
or merchant, but ns men pledged
to brotherhood and clean politics
and sober, upright, daylight,
oath-keeping, debt-paying offi
cials, giving and taking In hard
knocks nnd good temper would
bo a nlno dns' wonder to your
olvcs nnd move up tho hands of
piogrcss a generation In n slnglo
election. Your sons would
straighten up In prldo of you, and
your churches would hnvo to bo
This Is n doctrine that should ap
peal not nlono to ministers ami paid
agents and special pleaders, but to
every American citizen who loves his
country nnd hns tho slightest appre
ciation of tho duty ho owes his native
land, his nation, nnd his fcllowmcn.
Having mado this point for honest
Americanism for tho mnn who neg
lects politics can not bo considered
as thoroughly honest In I1I3 relations
with his countrymen Mr. Woolley
turns a veritable Dr. JeI;yll-nnd-Mr.
Hydo somortault when ho sa3 this:
And the Christian mon nnd wo
men of this country nre united In
conviction nbuut tho liquor traf
fic. Thii is r.ot true. Mr. Woolley
The only wny In which any man
can force tho slightest truth Into
that statement is to tnko tho position
that no man Is n Christian who
thinks for himself and refuses to bo
led against his own judgment and
conviction by two or three men dele
gating to themselves tho right to do
lino what Clulstlanlty Is.
If tills wero true, then Mr. Wool-
ley himself Is not a Christian, on nc
count of his having left tho I'rohlbl
tlon party. ,
It this woro truo tho hundreds of
Christian sons nnd Christian daugh'
trs of tho State of Motno nro not
Christians becnuso they live In tho
midst of and know tho hypocrisy and
failure of Prohibition, and dare to
stand up and yolco their protest
against tho iniquity of It.
Mr. Woolley has changed his mind
on many things since ho first started
Tho cause of tempernnco has two
enemies: tho dispenser of liquor who
does not hesitate to debauch the
young and the weak: nnd the preach
er or teacher or picador who bases
hU preaching or tenchlng or pleading
on tho statement that Christian men
and women of the country nro united
In conviction about tho liquor trnf
Any nsscrtlon of this character is
utterly out of harmony with t)io re
minder that the wny to promote good
government Is to get among the peo
ple and work with them In a spirit of
Mr. Woolloy la wrong nnd ho
When ho Jumped from tho primary
to a deflation of Christlnnlty in Its
rotation to the liquor trafilc ho slid
off tho high piano of. tho good-natured,
wholesoino, cnorgctlc Ameri
can Into tho box of tho paid agent
stirring up enthusiasm for a cauic.
This may tolvo tho liquor problem,
but we doubt It,
FEW YEARS AGO a
was able t save a
cverv mont'i (she
school) went to a kalin? business man and naked him to
advise her how to invist her small surplus. He told her
to buy Ewa stock. Slu purchased a few shares, and then
every time she got n 1 ttlc money ahead she bought more.
Now she has fifty sliares; they cost her on an average
S25.00 a share, making a total investment f ?1
1250.00. She has piid no attention to fluctuations in
market prices of stocks; she did not buy for speculation,
but for investment, an! now her monthly income from her
Ewa shares is 910.0D or S?120.00 a yW. That is
J).f! per cent, on her investment. -This is not intended as
advice : it is simply a little bit of history. But if you wish,
to discuss the question, of Blocks nnd bonds, or investments
of any kind, it is" our business to serve you. Command us.
Trent Trust Company, Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock & Bond Exchange.
LORD ALVERSTON ON PUBLICITY.'
It Is Interesting to know that Lord
Alvci stone, who has hcrved ns Lord
Chief Justice of Knglnnd, belltr.eH
that tho details of illvorco casta
should not bu published. He consid
ers it absolutely harmful.
Lord Alverstono gno his views on
publicity In n recent speech delivered
before the Sphinx Club lu London.
Ilo believes In publicity ns tho great
safeguard against great evils. Hut
'ho qualities. What ho says of tllVorco
cases )- of local interest on nccount
of tho recent attempt nt nn nwnkcii
Ing uu that subject.
His comment on tho "Smart Sot"
publicity should also be distinguish
ed from the news personals of peo
ple nnd social gatherings, in the na
ture of neighborhood news nnd Is a
proper method of disseminating tho
pleasant happenings of life.
Lord Alverstouc tr.ld he had no
objection whntoicr to tho fullest
nnd freest publicity In tho press. Ho
believed that anyone, In whntovcr
profession or walk of life, whether a
politician, lawyer, doctor, engineer,
or man of business, if they hnil to
dlschnrgo any publlcdiity, ought to
bo courageous enough to Inspect nnd
Invito criticism, nnd, provided that
that criticism was not bitter nnd ven
omous, it would do them good. They
would bo stronger nnd moro cnpablo
of doing their work.
It was not publicity In tho senso of
discussion or criticism thnt ho dep
recated. On the contrary, ha Invited
It. Ho recognized, also, tho abso
lute necessity In these days of tho
press, whether from tho point of
view at public knowledge or front
tho point of view of business, lib
College Hills -
Six-room cottage, convenient
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Corner lot on Vlldcr nvcnuof
modern houso In good condi
On high ground, corner lot con
taining 33,000 square feet,
with story and half houso, ,4100.
Also a pood real estate investment
in small cottages near town., .
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT ST3.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
malihini school teacher who
few dollars out of her salary
was cneaeed in a private
had no objection nt all to advertise
ment, but ho would venture to sub
mit to them that In thrco or four
matters tho wny In which their lives
had lo bo lived and conducted hnd
rather called into existence certnln
nbuscs which might properly bo de
scribed ns Eoiho evils of publicity. Ho
did consider that tho publication and
publicity given to tlio proceedings of
the Dlvorco Court was n public ovll.
Ho tould quite understand that,
from n business point of view, tho
newspapers wero obliged to meet the
wishes ,of 'their reader, but he would
like, to seo tho leading Journals of
tho day make n stand and bay, "Wo
will not publish there details."
Ho could not Imagine anything
worto for public morality than tho&o
.terrible details sent down from Glas
gow. It wns n matter of serious con-
btdcrntion by those who wero inter
ested In tho administration of jus
tice nnd in tho high standard of mor.
nl chaiactcr In Kiiglaud whether
tho tlmo hnd not come when they
ought to put n stop to tho publica
tion of proceedings In the Divorce
Ills experience for twelve nnd n
half years as Attorncj General, hnv
lng to do tho work of King's Proc
tor, wns that tho harm dono by the
knowledge of what could bo done In
tho Dlvorco Court nnd what could bo
obtained from its proceduro wns far
greater than most pcoplo knew. To
his mind there was no Journal which
would not ultimately gain credit It
Its mnnngcrs said, "We will not pub
lish one single detail beyond tho
naniC3 of the parties, which should
bo published In tho Interests of Jus
tice." Turning to another uIireo of tho
subject, he asked whether our moda
of life did not tend to drag Into pub
licity private details which noer
ought to bo made public. Wero not
tho lives of men' nnd women, ,who
might huve misfortune brought upon
them, oi might oven have had romo
success, mado leis happy, moro anx
ious, by tho publicity glvon by peo
ple who hnd nothing to do with it?
T.tko n striking insta'neo the mur
tier of Mis. 1. ur.nl In Kent. Could
nnj tiling be moro tcrrlblo than tho
public discussion that went on by
corrcspoudonco with icfcrcnco to tho
conduct of the poor, unfortunnto hus
band? Ho had not tho slightest
doubt himself, feeling, knowing ho
might say, how absolutely Innocent
ho was, that ho wns to a large ex
tent brought to his grnyo by tho let-
tors thnt wero written to him and by
tho publicity that wns given to his
movements, nnd to everything that
was, happening around him.
Instead of tho quiet reunions o
ten or a dozen peoplo for friendly In
terrouisa nml dlscusilon, thoro wns
now almost universally the great
and ostentatious gathering by people.
who unfoitunntoly did not remember
tho elinim of the old Intorcoutse, nnd
who bteined to think that tho aim
nnd objr t of llfq,was to havo their
nnmcj lecontod in tho newspapers.
in in m ii ii..,i.ii iimi. i.wh tm j.j.fq
Both Long nnd Short EfTcots.
Prices $'4.50 to $8 each
irV-'wifi ffatlVaWMiliig tho brew in
n n y ohTfpo'or' toTiiV lirthls connoctlyn7
and he did not refer-lo public men,
because they mint pay for their po
rtion by publlcltj, but lid referred
Hi thiMd pcoplo who uoldoiu thought
of nil) thing lint the next cntertaln-
mont they would go (o nnd the uo?.t
iticas they would wear.
All this had n distinct effect upon
the lltcrnry sldo of life. Who In tho
present day would ever write nny
correspondence thnt would bo Worth
publishing? l'lftj- or 150 jcais ngo
tho correspondence of peoplo was
cry often published after death, nnd
was very interesting. Scarcely ouo
mrtn In 10,000 now wroto prlvntn let-
cm that would bo worth publishing.
Why? llcrnuso the atmosphere lu
which ho lived stopped tho opportu
nities of thought and medftntlon
Which flourished when wo did not
live nt tho rapid paco we did nt pros'
Tho present taste seemed to re
quire pcoplo to hac scores of maga
zines to load Instead of books which
wcio the outcome of hard, colli! w'ork,
cxtendln'g, perhaps, over many years.
nils craving to which lie had re
ferred was little short of a disaster,
but he did not blame tho newspapcis
for making money out of It, What
ho should like to do would bo to cul
tivate n higher tasto among the pco
plo who could guide nnd lend
thought nnd society. Let them bo
contont with tho announcement of
their public nets, When they sat In
court, or preached n sermon, or mnde
n speech or went to n function, let it
bo mado public, but when they went
into prlvato life do not let them
wish that tho names of thoso. they
met should be published in tho next
dny's papers, along with tho descrip
tions of the dress they woro nnd
whnt they nto.
While ho" recognized tho ."iredom
of tho pi ess, nml tho dcslrabll'ty of
dissemination of honest, genuine,
non-malicious announcement, ho re
gretted that In tho present day tlieie
was n craving for publicity by pco
plo who had dono really nothing to
merit notice by the public. All they
desired wns "to sec their names In tho
papers. Ho deslicd to cultlvato thoso
reunions whcio conversations on In
teresting subjects took placo with
ahrotuto freedom, and where ques
tions of tho day wcio debated In a
way which would lead lo steps being
taken to repress ovlls or Introduce
improvements. Above nil, he dp3lred
that our life might not bo n hurry
ing rnc'o from one thing to nnother,
with the certainty that what wo did
would bo announced In some paper
Ho wished to seo further opportu
nities for meditation nud thought,
nnd the production of something
which would not only bo of Interest
to thO30 of tho present day, but
might leavo useful literary monu
ments to thoso who came afterwards.
H. L. Hujbert Arrested Seattlo,
March 20. H, L. Hulbert, former sec
retary of tho Vancouver club, wns ar
icstod hero fills morning on telegraph
ic ndvlcos from Vuncnuver charging
him with embezzlement of 11,500. Hul
bert denies tho chnrgo and will go
Harrlman'o Yacrjt Sails Now York,
March 20. Tho steamer Sultanla
owned by E. H. lfarrlman. sailed fiom
hero today for Now Orle.ms. Mr.
Hnrrlman Is now on the Paclflo con '
end It is expected will board Ills yacht
nt New Orleans for tho trip home.
Dank Robbers Make Haul Cohlwa
tor, Okla., March 20. Hobbera dyna
mited tho sa'fo In tho Unnk of Coldwa
ter early today nnd escaped with $2,.
000. A' heavy rainstorm nldcd In con
cealing tho operations Of tho robbers
Gold Coin Engagements Now York,
March 20. Engagements of gold coin
for oxport to London nggrcgntei) 12,-
800,000 todny. Of this amount $2,500,
000 wns engaged by tho Guaranty
trust company nnd $300,000 by tho
Now York Produco Exchango bank.
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