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I owe all mv success in life to
having been always a quarter of an
hour before time. Lord Nelson.
It is nn even bet which will reach
K hero first, Halley's comet or flvc-
, cent sugar.
Alt this excitement nnd not nno
K'lrm .1 frnni 1 1. n ...It.lo nl A twin I 1
Who'il 'n tliunl: It?
, W'l"" vvilill l ilic w...j i.uj.v
t ..I nlnnu AallnH la ttia n.ttt tlllttll
,nt Czar Nicholas slnco the Iljlng
. machine has come to stay.
Its , Don't be lil Into the belief that
.this Is the time to part with Jnur
sugar stocks nt reduced prices.
Still the public Is wondering where
V- the nations ot the earth stand on
s tho neiitinllzatlnn of the. llanchurlan
uo to me poultry snow and you
' can belter understand why It Is that
( such mugnlflccut hens lay such hlgh
ltcally, but doesn't the Hon. Phlt-
B'nnder C. Knox appear to be getting
.into nil sorts ot ions abroad, while
Uallingcr Is mixing things at home?
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'Major Jim Qtilun would glvo us good
rojiis nntl uo everjining to nolo lite
tourists enjoy themselves. What
Jitnoro iould jou ask?
ri -uuiiunoou anu imagination
kwouiu apparently dm a goou line lur
itho morning report of the last LI a
Ivor Comiulsiilou meeting, If one may
(Judge from the explanations that
The city of Honolulu should ap
Fpropriato enough money to provide
Ifor u full-sized military band. The
,bniid is not only n benefit to local
Eiculdcnts. but It Is n definite tourist
B H jou would cducato nir clill-
fdien away from the pnper-collar-clg-arette-ilude
level, teach them the dlg-
Mjlty of labor, by equipping your
public schools to train them In the
prnctlcal affairs ot life.
fa IHg mother 11111, Unclefl'hllander
land Archibald are doliic stunts that
Jfjwcre onco called strenuous, but the
Jtoturn from Elba Club refuses to
allow tlio sacred term to bo applied
since Koosevclt policies disappeared
rum official utterances.
'Members ot the Houso of Repre
sentatives must be convinced that
Itho country needs the fortifications.
Iwhon they njlow a ninety-two mil
Illon dollar appropriation for tho
fanny to bo passed tho second week
after the holiday recess.
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pi liefusal of any paper to publish
lit, is tho only thing about Judge
mart's communication that might as-
itonlsh intelligent readers. That
(journal must have a fine sense ot
discrimination which throws Its col-
jnmns open to the fulmlnations ot
the Atcherleys, for Instance, but re--.fuses
a hearing to a gentleman of
fjuilge Hurt's learning and recog-
Noah Webster was, as might nat-
.urully be supposed, a stickler for
tho correct ute of English, and )o
had frequent occasion to take ex
ception to Mrs. Webster's use or,
ns ha termed it, misuse of words.
On one occasion Webster happened
to' be in the dining-room nloim, when
TLvery pretty housemaid entered.
;!Noah. being boniowliat susceptible to
'epiliilno charms, according to the
'chronicler, walked over to the girl,
rttUt Ills arms about her waist, and
r Kissed her squarely on the mouth.
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i,-5j,jui;ut. mis momem Mrs. Webster
entered me room, gasped, stood
Haehast. and In n tone of horror ex-
IS? ")Yliy( Noah, I ttin surprised!"
rijiS Whereupon Mr. Wobster, coolly
Land calmly, but with every evidence
(.disgust, turned upon her, "How
lany times must I correct you on
rthe ; use ot simple words?" he re-
;,rked. "You mean that you uie
astonisiteu. i, mauum, am me one
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JANUARY 18, 1910
nlzed ability. The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n docs
not agree with Judge Hart on the
vaccination question, but this paper
nnd Its many readers are nlwajs in
terested in perusing nil) thing that
he has to offer. This will be rapid
ly developed into n community of
cowards, blackguards, czars and
sycophants If reputable citizens are
refused an oppuitunlty to express
Not the least of Governor Froar's
troubles has been the epidemic of
resignations. . s-J
Alexander Hume Ford Is not Hai
ley's comet. He Is merely one of
those lhe wires that keeps going
Detween the telephone girl and
the mosquito, it is hard to say which
Is responsible for the larger amount
of bad language since the first of
If mannerisms o( diffidence are the
standard of excellence, tho candidacy
of Attorney f.jlo Dlckoy for Judge
Hoblnson's place will be iv sequel of,
Anderson's boosl to the Supreme
TreaBurer Trent, In his enthusiasm
for levying the merchandise license
on manufacturing establishments,
ihould carry his Idea to the limit
..J charge up the license against a
rugar mill because It turns out a
product that is sold.
Now they have landed on Secre
tary Hitchcock as tho power behind
the Taft policies. They have evi
dently discovered that there. Is more
to Hitchcock than they thought,
when he was credited with a secre
taryship for debt-paying purposes
If Mr. Pope will forge forward
with the manual training, practical,
agriculture feature In the public
school system 'of1 the Territory, as
ho did during his connection with
the Normal School and College or
Hawaii, he will prove the man ot
II u I I e 1 1 n readers will recall
that Willis T. Pope was first sug
gested for Superintendent ot Public
Instruction In the editorial columns
of this paper. Though the Govern
or has not at any time sought the
recommendations of this paper for
candidates to nil public offices, we
cannot fall to congratulate him on
the route ho has taken to get out
of a very difficult situation, though
politically the move' may not be pop
ular at the outset.
WHAT BRITISH ARE VOTING- ON.
All the world is now watching the
outiome of the great UrltUh elec
tpral battle, through which a revo
lution Is being worked out In a re
marltnbly peaceful manner.
From now on, returns, will becom
ing In from the country' that will
determine the character of the par
liament elected to assume control of
affairs next February.
One ot the clearest-cut and .ap-
The minister regarded the little
girl gravely. She was a demuro lit
tle thing in her simple white frock,
but her big eyes were full of mis
chief. "Well, little girl, do you say your
prayers?." usked the minister sudden
ly. He had come to dinner, and the
hostess ;hud been called from the
loom tor a space of some minutes.
"Oh, yes, , sir," she answered.'
"And what do you say, little
She,, repeated a little prayer
"Mother taught it to me and I say
it every night," she added.
"Do you say a prayer In tho morn
lug, too, my dear?" he uskedi, well
"Ye-es," said the child. '"Tlsn't
one mamma taught me; I heard
nuise say it."
"And what Is It?"
"It's 'Oil, Lord, how I hate to get
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- .Bethel S'treet
parently unbiased statements of the
situation In England that una come
to the attention ot this paper Is
contained In a letter to the New
York World from nn occasional lxn
don correspondent. This writer
sajs that while this Is no ordlnnry
election, the excitement Is little
more than normal. "The llrttishcr
has unlimited confidence in his pow
ers ot sane self-government."
The policy of each party Is equal
ly revolutionary. One Is revr lutlon
or change, the other revolutionary
The Liberals want to emasculate
the House of Lords nnd" make the
representative chamber once for nil
the predominant partner.
The Tories, on the other hand,
wish to deprive the House' of Com
mons of Its one effective prerogative,
the unfettered control of finance.
It the Liberals win, It means that
the Tories wilt be deprived ot all
their most treasured privileges; that
all . bills passed through the House
of Commons by a Liberal Govern
ment must be accepted by the Lor On
within the lifetime ot a single Par,-
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A bargain at Kalmukl, on Eleventh
Avenue, $1000. ' .
Lots In Kalmukl Park Tnrct,'$400
. ' -
each, on easy payments. Threo
acres,' cleared and fenced, In tho Knl-
nitikl Tract, for $;G00. Acreage
property In'Palolo Valley,
TheBe are n few of the opportuni
ties wo havp to oiler for Investment
In real estate ,
Fort and Merchant Streets Vl,
ii , vyirt'
1. yorctanla St., f! II. R., I0.
2. Ileretanla St., G II. 11.. $40.
3. Thurston Ave., 4 ill. 11.,
1. Kalmukl, 1 II. H., $4G.
3. 9GS Spencer St., 2 11. It.,
.1. Makikl St., 3 ). It., G0.
4. Kalmukl, 3 11. n., $G0.
G. The Atherton house on Pa
cific Height, 4 1). It., nt
C. Lunalllo St., G 11. R., $100.
If You Have a
List ii with ui. We have
some very good realty propo
sitions to offer you.
Come in and see us.
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The other islands are r'teht at your
door if you use
On Sunday the office is 'open from
8 to lOa. m. ,
liament, and that tho To: y party
can no longer use that assembly to
force the Liberals to n dissolution
whenever the electloncotlng exigen
cies of tho Tory party render It de
sirable. The 3'rlme Minister put the
case in n nutsliell when ho said that,
In practise, the present sj stem was
that the Scptitnntal ait (limiting to
seven jeara tho life ot a Parliament)
Is only operative when tho Tories
are In office. This was a most pow
erful engine In tho luinds of the
Tories. No'puitter what majqrlty
tie Liberals may have had, their leg
islation hna been mutilated or re
jected. When they protested the
Tories Invited them to dissolve.
Knowing that no party can lightly
fnce the chances nnd the cost of a
succession of general elections unless
It has the Svcaltlt nt the country at
i ii vpiniv ii
j TV i
M'WVP''? " .?
llu liiink. llimrlteil iif tltlit uyiia- !
dlent, the Tories will be placed on
equal terms with the Liberals and
will exercise only so much pov.,er
and tor such period as tho people
leave them in office. J
it the Tories win, the House of
Lords will be Invested by popular
sanction with autocratic power.
Their action tn usurping tho elec
tive chamber's control over finance
will have been approved. The Lib
oral party will not only be defeated,
but disrupted. The moderxtc sec
tion, who are only following Mr.
Lloyd'Clcorgo and Mr, Winston
Churchill because it looks n winning
game, will spare no time In denounc
ing them as the authors ot the
party's misfortune It It should turn
out to be n losing ono. When Glad
stbne was routed In 1880 It vlrldal-
ly gao the Tories the upper hand
for twenty jears. If the Liberals
are badly beaten this time 'the con
sequence, may ptove equally disas
trous. The moderates would secede
to the Tories nnd a new Radical
party would bo formed, to ronew
the fight, tinder highly discouraging
conditions, by Mr. Llojd-Gcorgo and
These are two of the most remark
able men that Kngllsh politics have
evolved In n generation. There has
been nothing quite like them before.
They are both gifted with the most
absolute courage. Dut what distin
guishes them more than that from
the ruck of able politicians Is their
entire absence ot all reverence for
the fetishes which even Liberals and
Radicals have been wont to worship.
They nro not awed by rank; they
are totally indifferent to social In
fluences; they attack With a light
heart the 'strongholds of entrenched
The policy that Is now before tho
country Is ostensibly the policy of
the Cabinet. It Is In reality tho pot
Icy forced on tho Cabinet of Lloyd
George and Winston Churchill after
many a tough, fight anil more tlian
ono ultimatum from them threaten
ing resignation. Now that tho pol
icy has been ncclnlmed by the party
nnd hns placed it In a position of
aggressive strength that enables It
to face a general election with the
prospect of a great triumph, It haB
become the policy ot a united Cabi
net. A jcar ago If tho Tories had
been able to force a general election
they would have snowed the Liberals
under. The Improved standing ot
the Liberal party Is due to the bud
get that Lloyd-George and Winston
Churchill compelled the Cabinet ma
jority' to accept.
They were not, of course, In a mi
nority of two In this struggle. Thoy
had the support almost throughout
ot Lord Morley, Mr. Lewis Harcourt,
Mr, lllrrell and the late Marquis of
Rlpon, though at times they wero
left to fight their corner alone. Mr.
Asquith, I U understood,. has main
tained a Judicial attitude, but, cu
riously uui ih, the opposition to
somo of the budget proposals In tho
Cabinet notably the tax on unde
veloped land was led by Mr. John
The constitutional question be
tween the Lords nnd Commons seems
to Interest the electors less than the
fiscal question that lies behind it.
The Issue In this respect Is nlio
clearly defined, so that It la Intelli
gible to tho meanest comprehension.
The Tories, It returned, Intend to
tax food and manufactured Imports,
giving a preference to the colonies,
promising that by bo doing they will
stop unemployment and Increase tho
rate of wages.
The Liberals say that they pro
pose to tax the superfluities ot the
rich, while tho Tories want to tax
tho necessities of tho poor. Unfor
tunately for the Tories, at n tlmo
when it Is ot vital Importance to
them that tradq should be going
down, It persists In showing a ten
dency1 to Jmprove. Unemployment,
which was, to have been their strong
card, and was one ot the lensons why
they forced the election In the hard
winter months, Is much less acute
than It was last jear. The fates irre
not working for them. Tho attempt
to revive tho German Bcare Is not
meeting with the same success ns on
PUBLIC MEETING ON
WHITE PLAQUE CAMPAIGN
(Continued from Pago 1.)
quate, securing proper ordinances
from the counties, to prepare proper
records and reports and necessary
directions to government physicians
and sanitary officers. The main
work of such bureau, properly or
ganized, wilt be the statistical work
of detecting cases and localities,
working to this end In cooperation
with government physicians and san
itary otncois; the Initial piecautlon
nry steps such as fumigation and dis
infection, cooperating' thcieln with
the ruminating department ot the
board; caro of cases and contacts
wheio such cases can not bo removed
from their homes, cnrrylng out a
8 stem of education nnd Instruction
nu to how to avoid contracting or
spi catling tuberculosis mid the pre'
caution necessary to be taken by the
person having the disease and . by
those not having tho disease living
with such peibou, visiting and In
vestigating cases repotted where
there Is uo physician in attendance,
or when requested by a physician or
b uuy person or organization ear
ning out 'similar work.
Care of Schools.
Such ptoslcinu will also have la
Cot'rrifhtiiot, tr ntxiunac.
MAN-A-LIN Is An
There are many ailments
directly dependent upon con
stipation, such as biliousness,
discolored and pimpled skin,
inactive liver, dyspepsia over
worked kidneys t.nd headache.
Remove constipation and
all of these Jillments dis
MAN-A-LIN can be relied upon
to produce a gentle action of
the bowels, making pills and
drastic cathartic entirely un
necessary, A dose or two ef Man-a-lln
Is advisable In sllfht febrile
attacks, la grip te. colds and
THE MAN-A-LIN CO..
COLUMBUS, OHIO, U. S. A.
The following wholesale druggist
swill supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
waii. charge the caro and examination ot
schools and vaccination of scuool
children. To usslst htm In his work
ho will have a nurso or niiries nnd
Btch other force us may be allowed
by the funds in hand. In brief, it
will be the junln duty ot this bureau
id ascertain cases una tneir local
ity, Improving sanitary tiondltlons lti
crowded portions of tho city, leaving
as the main work of other branches
ot this work tho care ot advanced
cases and tho providing ot quarters
for such pei-noim. It is expected,
however, that the Jioanl on the one
hand nnd the mtublucd organizations
on the other hand' will cooperate
vhereer they can to assist each
other In their divisions of work. Tho
board's work Is Initial work, nnd
in the conduct ot such It Is felt
that the phslcinn In charge should
be provided with nn adequate fune
o assistants. The proffer of un' ns-
Bittant or assistants by other organ
izations would gieatly facilitate this
work. The appropriation ot JIS.OOD
is to be applied to the Tcirltoiy as
There, are many other lines aloiiu
which such cooperation can be car-
led out, and it Is In part for that
lenson that this meeting is called.
The Territorial appropriation is
small in value ns compared with tho
value of the Interest and mntcilal
assistance that is being offered nnd
given by others. It has been felt
necessary that some organization be
effected under the government ns a
basis upon which to build in tho fit-
January 5, 1010.
Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co., Ltd ,
Agents, continental Casualty Co.,
Gentlemen: I own teceipt of
jour check for Three Hundred and
Twenty-flve ($325.00) Dollars In
full settlement of my claim against
tho Continental Casualty Company
under Accident Policy No. 717176,
for which I beg to thank you. I
wish to take this opportunity ot ex
pressing my appreciation of the very
satisfactory manner tn which this
claim has been adjusted.
Again thanking you, I remain,
youis ery truly, , s
PRANK O. 110YER.
The above letter icfers to a, set
tleuicut made on account of ah ac
cldont occurring only two days after
the policy was Issued, there being
L'lght weeks' totel disability. .$200
Additional hospital Indemnity
for two weeks' . . , . , 25
Additional Indemnity for oper
ation by laparotomy ....... 100
The policy Issuod was tho New
Perfection Policy ot the Continental
Henry Waterhouse Trust
Co., Ltd., agents
ture, to gio petiunucncy (o this mat
ter and make It a matter which
should In the future command the
government's attention, at tlio bame
time to evolve a plan which would
satisfactorily afford opportunity tn
others of niststlng In n unified and
concrete scheme without danger of
diminution of any Interest.
Over ono hundred cabin passcngord
could lia bt'in accommodated In ad
dition to the Mry small Hit that
sailed for Sun Vranclsco this morn
ing by tho Oceanic Steamship liner .'
"This ROrt of crowd doesn't offer a"
wholo lot of encouragement for tfiu'
placing of additional passenger steam'
era on tho Honolulu-San I'rattctttcn
run." was tho remark nindo by nn In
terested official of the company as the
Alameda flnnlly got nav from her
wharf with but twenty-two passengers
in the saloon.
Tfie band was present ns usual and
n pleasing program of melodies as
sisted in speeding liio" departing trnv
cleir. Tho Alameda carried n fair freight
list. Including sugar, plncannles nnd
other Hawaiian pioditcts.
A score or mora Hindoos who ar
rived by tho oriental liners somo d.i)s
ago continued their Journey to Cull
fonila by tho vessel.
LEWIS - CD. STOCK
Theo. H. Davles & Co. havn Inken
over tho onllro remaining stock of tlio
grocery houso of Lewis & Co., nnd
will close It out at sacrifice prices. It
Is very seldom that the Honolulu
hotiBowlfo hasthe opportunity of, buy-
no, hiicii tuapio ami ncccssil) tlilng'i
as foodstuffs nt bargul.i priced, but
this .certainly Is an exception, u.ivk-.
& Co. nnnounco that they wlinmt let
price Btnnd In tho way ot dies but
will dlsposo of tho goods, nt siuh
marked reductions that Iho sale will
bo quickly consummated. The sale Is
now in progress and It behooves lliofe
of nn economical turn of mind to Uwo
no tlmo In taking ndvantasij of It.
Chief McIJuflio Is gradually narrow
ing tho possible number of ihauffeurH
who mav have run down A. II. Smllli
the other' night, to just a couple ot
scorcners. Tlio wholo Matter Is ev
Decteil to bn mniln rtpni tn n cfuirt
while now, and it will jje tatJ with
ino mnn wno is arrant to come for
ward and taker the blame.
An nrrc3t has been'mudo in regard -to
the robbery of $98 which was com
mlttcd nt Iwllel the other nlislit. a
damsel named Eugenia Hoiickp
spelled with nn "e" not a "t" was
taken to the police Btatlim last night.
Hbr caso will be heard tomoriow
morning nnd. In tho meantlnin. iln
sailor who lost the coin nppenrs to
havn tuimo chancu of getting somo of
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lb uiiun UKU1I1.
Jaelllntlln GnninA n Pnihii-nna mil.
Blabbed ami cut Walklkl, tlio man who
was suspected of killing Henry Welti
crlll somo tlmo ago, is In tho lockup.
Walklkl was discharged from hospital
this morning nnd is rapidly recn.erlnj;
from his wounds which vere very soil
Gomes has been charged with ns
snult with n knlfo ami lml I hi i.n,.
allowed In tho sum of $500. Tho caso
win ciimo up ncroro Judge 'Andrndo to-
Although uo nrrest has boon m.,.i
of tho man who robbed Jeriy. Cokcr
of some money atod valunblna Mi.nmn
has a pretty good idea of who did (ho
.ino nun is oniy waiting for n llttlo
more ovldcnco befoio nmklni- il ...
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handles and stands.
s Artistic, harmonious and
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