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What I must do is all that con cents me, not what the people think.
This rule, equally arduous in actual.and intellectual life, may serve for
the whole distinction between greatness and meanness. Emerson.
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GOVERNOR FREAR AND THE KID ACT. .
Governor Pi ear's nttltmlo Hlnce
Mm appointments In tlic boncli made
lij Pieildi'iit Tuft has certalul) becu
siuh iih to strengthen tlio belief (lint
111) means to leslgn, ami that tlllH
coiiUmplntcd tcslgnntlou Is the re
sult iC tin; President having gone
contrary to the Governor's locum
lueiidutlmis. Just what the Governor Intends
to ilo, tlil paper does not know, but
If It bo tine thai In- ts "In a huff"
on this appointment matter ami prn
)kiiI to get mail nnil not piny, tho
KMinoi ho gets out tho bettor.
That In tho Kind of a man who In
not wanted and ought not to bo thu
Governor of any, Territory. It shows
Finnll caliber and mean temper.
This paper does not Know what
tho President said to Governor
Prear, and thoso (ouvcrs.ltlons be
tween tho executives don't have such
n verv great hc.it Ing on the situa
tion, under any circumstances.
'I he fact Is that the Piesldent of
the L'nlted States has on moro than
ono occasion (hanged his mlifd ro
K.udliiK'nppolntmeiits to imbllc of
llre olllces of far mow Importance
than any within tho Tcnltory of Ha
waii boforo the Ink was dry on tho
leumuncndatlon prepared for sub
mission to thu Senate.
That Is tho President's prh liege
is now, always has been, and prob
ably cer will be.
Pin thermore. If Jt.be tnio tbat.the
President led tho Oovcrnor to "b'e
Jleo that ho would namo tho men
endorsed by the Cicnernor, and then
did not do It, President Taft has
thereby been guilty of no mure
heinous crliuo than tho (Juu-rnor
himself, who, whether deservedly or
nut, has gained tho reputation In
Hawaii for leading men, to believe
that he will do a lertatu'thlng, and
theii iloluj; Kimethliig else. Gov
ernor Pi ear, If he bo of man's sUo
mid lueadth, will ghe to his supe
rior olllier tho same amount of lee
w.i) that he takes himself.
Should tho (ioeni(ir,foel. called
upon to leslgu berauso thu acllon
of tho President Indicates that he,
Pi ear. Is not necessarily to bo tho
final aibltei and dictator of ap
pointments made In (his Territory'
If tho Cmernor feels that way then
tho fcooner ho gets out tho better.
That Is. not tho spirit that, should
roall In tho Coventor's olllco, and
it Is not tho principle that, Bhould
lontrol In the administration of this
or mi) other Territory.
If tho (iotcmor Is going to name,
illiectly or Indirectly, every apt
polulie, regardless of tho declara
tions and petitions of tho citizens,
tin ii this Is lndood ii vlce-iegalty of
tin ancient order of government
not a Tenllory of tho United States,
except In name
If tho Covernor thluUa that tho
Louis Plorro was ono of tho Immi
grants who camo down to settlo the
town jjf l'itzgeinld, Georgia,
As ho spoko both pldgeon Pronch
nnd biokeit Plgllsh, ho rapidly be
r.imo a man of Importance In tho
tommtinlt), and was successively
elected city marshall, school direc
tor, coroner and Justice of tho peace,
nml was addressed by his friends
ns Jinlgo Plcrie,
A dlsputo aioFo botween thu
Kienrli n.id Pngllbh scltlo.-s as to thu
wiporlorltj of tho United States over
tho Canadian provinces. They II
tially ngieed to leave tho decision to
Judge I'loire, as the Kronen 'felt fcirre
ho woulif decide In lavor of tho prov
inces and tho Hugllsh were positive
that his lovo for America would glvo
them the decision.
When tho momentous question was
mndo clem to his honor, h0 said:
"Yonst (ago a look at me. Peist (ley
maga me (oiibtabul, den coiouor,
fchool director nnd now Joostls of
tho peas'. Soon 1 will be ze govern
or, zeu senator, zen president. 1
would bo z tarn long times in Can
jlda 'foro zoj mage mo kvten."
rr Sn Montiu... 0 .Ho
Per Vcr, tnywheielnUS I.oo
Pel Yer in)riliere n Ctntdt.. I. Ho
Per Veil tmtiptld, foieitn 3.oo
Entered at the Poitofict at Honolulu
.JANUARY 19, 1910
ovortluovv of his candidates Is tanta
mount to n leanest for resignation,
ho should know that tho President
of tho Pulled States doesn't have to
put his requests In that. way.
, (iovcruor Fieai resignation nt
this time can not be accepted In any
other light than the outburst of n
.petty mind or n product of Ignoi
nnce. Coventor Carter did something of
tne same kind, and the whole ',er
rltory, as well as those people of the
mainland who took any notlco of It,
laughed. Men given to harsh ex
pression said he made nn ass of him
self, because he plajed tho hot-hoad-od
"kid" when ho was In n position
that called for a broad-minded man.
It' will bo surprising If Governor
I icar follows tho samo general lino
of action so poon.
Hut If that Is tho way ho looks
,at It, the sooner ho gets out and
gives way to u man with greater
breadth of vision ami less Jealousy
regarding his ufflclnl emoluments
patronage the better for him, and
the belter for the United States of
..aw all Is not short of material for
Oovernors, though It has no need of
dispensing with Its present Incuni-
t)'nt, unless he evinces an uncontrol
lable desire to kick himself out.
Play the game. Governor.
be u chump.
Headers of the stock list ench dav
follow tho admonition, "Look up, not
lllg llrotlicr Illll appears to have
raised tho Old Harry to such an ox
tent that he has knocked some people
Though over) one should resign.
there will still bo enough to nil the
offices. Hut why tho deuce should
Governors of thlrtv States assem-
hied for harmony mil do gieat woik,
If !... .1.. ... .1.- ...
ik iiipj uu iiui. qua iuu meeting n
go home and muke more tumble.
Secretary llalllnger sajs right out
In fneetlng that ho has no Intention
of resigning. Why should not his
subordinate In Honolulu be equally
News of the Hrltlsh elect limn
comes to Hawaii through the nftcr
noon newspaper, thereby moro firmly
establishing tho prestlgo of the
K vo n I n g B ii 1 1 o 1 1 n as that which
you must Iirvo If j on want the news
That Is an excellent pioposal to
liave ttol-ln-thrj nmklnir tMifrln.i .n
at the grounds of the Outrigger (Jluli
ror the benefit of tho round-tho-world
tourists. Most everyone who
An Irishman, who had Just burled
a very particular friend, wns vveud
Ing his wny to the cemetery with
n bouquet of flowers, to place upon
tho newly-molded grave.
On his way he overtook a China
man, who also It stems had a dear
friend burled there. The Irishman,
noticing the Chinaman was carrlng
a pinto of ilte, questioned him what
ho ,vvas going to do with the rlco.
"Oh, mo putteo on glavo of velly
"Oh, oh!" pat says, meaning to
Jeer the Chinaman. "And whin du
jcz think vour filond will ate tho
Tho Chinaman, having sized up
tho Irishman and the flowers, for n
similar quest, very readily answered,
"Oh! mo tlnkee saee tlmoe your
lllend come smellee poseo,"
Tho Irishman ducked.
"Well! well!" he exclaimed as he
tackled her first pie, "Wheio did
ou got this?'.'
"I made that out of Mrs. 8trokn'a
cookbook," leplled the young wife.
U'b u "
"Ah!" he broke in, "this leathery
part Is the binding, I suppose,"
has heard of Hawaii wauls lo know
about pot, nnd a great many people
remaining lit.tlio city for weeks go
hway with tho remark that they hnve
seen none of the native methods of
which they have read.
With such a fine body of workers
engaged to solicit the funds, there j
can be no shortcomings In prospect j
or me unanciai sine or mo norm
Ten bills embodying the adminis
tration's policies on conservation aro
Biifllclently numerous, when properly
amended, to upset all the benefits
tlioy were originally Intended to be
stow. What n glorious victory the Lib
erals are rolling up In Great Hritalu.
Its Influence on llbernl s steins ot
government nnd equality for all
throughout the world can not be
People who bought the so-called
cheap sugar stocks are now in n posi
tion to bo hnnkful 'that they put
their money Into securities that Ha
waii has to offer, securities repre
senting homo enterprises backed by
reputable citizens. It nlvvajs pays
to stay with tho progressive and ere
atlve men of your own town.
DEATH CAME AS
FRIENDS STOOD BY
Contlnued from Page 1.)
band of supporters Included Cox, I-o-gan
It was Intended last evening by tho
friends of the measure to force tho Is
sue nnd for unco unit nil settle the
matter of placing the city and county
pollco and flic alarm wires' under
gro'tnd, 'The action ta'ken by tho Hoard will
result In tho city wires remaining up
on tho iioles for somo ttmu to come.
Tlio telephone company can proceed
with the laving of their conduits but
for tho present they will not protect
the municipal wires.
Logan Introduced a tesolutlon call
ing for tho adoption of tho following
agreement, which was a dead Issuo
within flvo minutes after Its reading:
'onr special commttteo on the
ngieement with tho Mutual Tclephonn
Company has held a meeting nnd ex
amined the city nnd county electric
ian, engineer nnd chief of tho flro de
partment, nnd Mr. Hummel!, tho en
gineer of tho said company, also noted
other evidence. The following aro the
findings Touched Iroiu tho evidence:
"Tho prlco of duct offered by tho
company Is fair and reacotiahlc.
"Tho difference between said prlco
and that proposed In tho fourth plan
ot tho former special committee Is flvo
cents (5c.) par lineal foot In favor of
tho company, but Is tho snmo as that
proposed In tho fifth plan ot the for
mer Bpcctal committee.
"Tho only dlffcrenco between tho
present offer and tho said fifth plan Is
that tho latter pioposed that the com
pany Install a duct In future extension
at the samo price fifteen cents (15c.)
per lineal fool.
"It was called to tho attention of
tho committee by tho chairman,, that
tho matter of extensions was1 left out
of tho later offers of tho company on
account of objections raised nt the
conferonco with the Merchants' Asso
ciation committee to binding tho
Hoard's successors In office.
"Tho conduits and ducts laid by tho
company are tho samo quality as thoso
used In underground wiring In main
land cities, nnd, as tho committee Is
nsBtired, of most approved cluss.
"Tho original contract of Uho gov.
eminent of Hnwail with tho company,
gives the company the right to remove
its poles at pleasure, and Slves tho
Superintendent of Public Works thu
authority to order the company to put
Its wire under ground.
'"Your commttteo would submit
Real .Estate for Sale
A bargain nt Knfmukl, on Kleveiith
Lots In Knlmukl Park Tract, 40u
each, on easy payments. Thrco
acres, cleared and fenced, In tliu Knl
multl Tract, for I200U. Actroago
pioporty in Pulolo Valley. I
TJieso nro n few of tho opportuni
ties we have to offer for Investment
In real cstaflj. i
. Fort and Merchant Streets J
College Hill Lots
Atherton Road, 100x177
Vancouver Highway, 100x150
McKinley Street, 15,000 square
Atherton Road, 100x809 . ,
Jones Street, 100x202
Lanihuli Drive, 100x150
Oahu Avenue, 119x150
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
theso findings to tho Hoard with the
recommendation that tho draft of
agreement bo taken up nt thu first
full meeting ot the Hoard, when this
report mas ho'presented or later, to
gether with, thu report ot tho former
special 'cbmtu II tee now on the table,
for final ' disposition, by voto of the
k FOLLOW FREAR OUT
(Continued from Page 1.)
present situation In nil of Its aspects
and that ho haB practically reached
the conclusion that It devolves upon
him to placo his resignation n tho
hands tit President Taft, to bo iccept'
ed at tho plcasuro of tho Federal Gov
"Tills is tho situation as farv as the
Onvarnor Is concerned," said nn offi
cial of tho administration this morn
Ing. "Ho belloves tho action of tho
Piesldent in nominating Do Bolt In
dicates that tho administration ac
cepts tho endorsement of tho liar As
sociation ns being moro Indlcntlve of
tho sentiment of tho community. Tho
nnliiral conclusion then Is that tho
Governor from tho Washington view
point Ib not ropruscntatlvo .of tho
public opinion in the Territory'. This
Is nnrtlcnlnrlv nn when the Incident
J arises under an administration ,nthcr
than the one to which Govornor Frcar
owes his appointment.".
It Is also stated that Govornor
feet ...'., 800.00
If You Have a
List it with us. We have
some very Rood realty propo
sitions to offer you.
Come in and see us.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
If yon want to use the
on Sunday, you will find the office
open from eight until ten a. m.
Frcar left Washington with the und
erstanding that his man, Hobblns B.
Anderson, would be named for the
Supremo ) "in u and that he was abso
lutely c'l 1 1 of Anderson's appoint
merit when .10 returned to the Terrl
toiy , 1
Upon his return tho Govon or went
so far as to say "the fact thi t Judge
Do Bolt would not bo appolnteil'to the
Supreme Bench Is no reflection upon
ANT0 HAN FIGHTS .
CContinued From Face. 1.1
chine was going was sufficient
Attorney Oouthltt nsked for n ills
missal, ns there wns no evidence
against his client. Two witnesses
had sworn to Brown's being' nt the
railroad det at tho time ho was
supposed to be opposite the carriage
shop. Counser admitted that Brown's
spirit might have been' before
whilst his body was interviewing
Jack Doyle, but It wub not for Scully
to time spirits and do automobiles
have spirits, nnyhow?
"And, ) our Honor, have you seen
that wonderful collection of scrap
Iron which Mr, Brown drives? If
so, could you or anyone else Imag
ine that terrible conlrlvanco exceed
ing fifteen miles an hour? I have
ridden In that car, and I would not
like to Bwear that It can go ten miles
Judge Andrade decided to take the
case under advisement, and It Is ru
mored that he will avail himself of
nn opportunity to ride In the Brown
machine, and see for himself what
speed the car can make.
ON LIBRARY SITE
'I (Continued from Page 1.)
the city. Illshop Park Is tho sec
ond best location. The old Bunga
low site Is my third choice, but
Thomas Square should be kept as a
square nnd not bo occupied by any
FOH8TEU, n. G. K., CON8UL 1
consider the present location tho
host for the now Carnegie Library.
It 1b central and easy ot access.
Thomas Squaro Is too far .away for
tlio general public, nnd the pooler
classes would hnvo to pny carfare In
order to go to and from the library
If built in that locality, which would
bq somewhat of a hardship.
GILMOIIE. d. W., PBOF. Hlshop
Park appeals, lo. mo as the best los
cation for a public library, piovldod
the uud Is available. The Gore
propei ty does not appeal to me as a
llbiary site, us it does not scorn largo
enough. 'Tlio old Bungalow site
should 'bo loft as it Is and no add)-'
tlonal buildings erected. Thomus
i Square Is needed ns a park and
should not .be built upop,
HA!,!,, R. O. Considers Hlshop
Park slto the best ns It Is centrally
located and would be srcAtly en
hanced iy being qff-set by the spacious
grounds surrounding It. It would not
bo noisy, although car lines are near
by. The old bungalow site would also
bo a splendid location as It would In
a way bring all the public buildings
Into ono locality.
IVER8, niCHAMD The old Bun
galow site g an excellent location,
as It would be quiet and free from
dust. The Gore property Is a fine
location. Bishop, Park Is unayiilla
blc. Thomas Square Is too far" but5
tor the convenience ot the, general j
puunc. a library ought to be lo
cated to suit tho convenience Of the
JOHNSON, W. P. 1 consider the
Gore site the most Ideal for a public
library, as It Ib centrally located.
Bishop Park would not bo available.
and the old Bungalow site Should' not
be built upon again If the present
building is torn down. The Capitol
grounds should be kept Intact and
not. cut up Into building lots. Thomas
Square Is out ot the question, as It
Is too far oft to be useful to tho
KERR. II. I. The old bungalow
slto Is the best location for fho new
Carneele Library. It will be centrally
located and tho fact that It would
bo closo to the Capitol Its beauty
would bo enhanced when erected In
tho beautiful grounds of the Capitol.
LBWERS. HOBT. Gore Is a prclty
god place. Thomas Squaro is too far
away and besides I would 'rather seu
this kept as It Is. In riy opinion there
seems to be no better location suitable
for a public library than the Core site.
The new library ought to be on a
street where tho public can have easy
access to It. Tho old bungalow site s
not In .any way suitable for the new
MACKALL, 11. McV DR. Jn my
estimation, the Capitol grounds
would be the most Ideal location for
the new public library, as the build
Ing would be set oft by the spacious
grounds. The Goro site would be
too noisy and dusty. Thomas
Square is out of the question, ns It Is
too far out of the city.
NOTT, JOHN A location down
town 'would bo preferable ns Thomas
Squaro Is too far away for the work
ing men. Thomas Square would be
a flno location but not at all suitable.
Mr. Nott was ono of tho original
founders of tlio present library asso
ciation, which was first Btarted In n
vacant room under an apartment oc
cupied by a man mined Hoftalclng.
OWEN, CLINTON O. The Gore
property would bo the best location
for ithe new public library, provided
It Is large enough. Bishop Park
should be kept for a business loca
tion. Thomas Squaro Is too Incon
venient for the masses to reach. The
old Bungalow site would be my sec
ond choice, as It is quite and free
from dust. ,
PECK, L. TEN'NEY. Tho Goro site
would be tho best location for the
now library as It is centrally located
and has good car service. If Thomas
Square wns In the center of the city
po better location could be found.
Emma Square would also be a fine lo
cation as It is in a quiet locality nnd
neat sevornl of tho public schools.
QUINN, J. C The Gore site Is
tho only ono available for a public
library, as it Is centrally located,
near the Capitol sjtd Judiciary build
ings. llUliop 'Park Is a good site,
but should be kept as a business lo
cation. Tho old Bungalow site wilt
not do, as the Capitol grounds should
not be cut up Into building lots.
Thomas Square Is too far out of town
to be easily accessible for the
RESTAltlCK, H. B., BISHOP
The location where the present Pa
cific teflnls courts are would bo the
best site for the new public library.
The Gore property seems hardly
large enough for a public edifice.
The old Bungalow site is not favor
able, as the Capitol grounds should
be left as they are and not be built
upon. Thomas Squaro Is too far out
for tho general public. Bishop Park
if available would be an Ideal loca
tion, but the new postofllce would
look better on that site than a li
SUPER, PAUL Tho present site
on which the Y. M. C. A. building
stards is In my estimation the Ideal
site for a public library. It this
should prove too small a lot, then the
Methodist Church site, which Is near
tho schools and colleges, would pro
vide plenty ot room. I do not favor
tho old bungalow slto for the reason
that a prlvato institution would bo
built on government ground.
THRUM. T. O. Considers the Goro
property the most central for tho now
public library. It Is dusty and noisy
on the old bungulow silo, otherwise
that would havo been an Ideal loca
tion. UEMURA, T., DR. I consider
Bishop Park the best location In Ho
nolulu for tho new Carnegie Public
Library. Thomas Square Is too far
out , for the convenience of tne
V1DIRA, A. II. R. Tho new public.
library should be down town-ns It
would then be handy to tho worklug
cluabcs, and would prove an Incentive
for many to study at nights. Thomas
Square would not bo suitable, us 11
is too far from whore the pooier
clabBi-s frequent. The old bungalow
Bite would alBO bo a goojl location.
WALDRON, FRED L. The prcsont
Y, M. C. A. would be more sultablo
for the uow library, providing tho lot
"I Have Used Peruna at Various
Times for Several Years,"
I Recommend Peruna,
Mr. Kdward M. Jlurtt, 6 N. Jefferson
Ave., St. Louis, MUiourl, U, H. A.,
writes) "It affords mo much pleasure
lo tnuounco that I have used your med
icine at various times for several years,
and that it has given entire satltfactlon,
not only In my own family, but alto that
of others of my friend. And would
cheerfully recommend tbo.uo of Porn
na, as I certainly do endorse your mad
lelne." Catarrh of the Stomach.
Mr. Joseph Hchulcr, It. 1 V. No. 1,
Latty, Iowa, U.S. A., writes: "I
think It la my duty to tell you what your
medicine has dono for mo. It has
cured me ot caUrrh ot the Homteh ot
twenty-five years' standing. Many
thanks for your kind medical advice."
Peruna It handy to keep In the house
all tho year round. It li good for the
eoldt of winter, It It good for tho petty
ailments of lummer. It It good for the
grandfather and tho grandchild. II U
favorite remedy fur the houtawlfa.
The following wholesale druMist
s will supply tho retail trade : BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
Is large enough. If enough area can- '
not bo secured In this, location then
Bishop Park would do If the site could
lie purchased outright. Thomaa
Squaro would not bo In any wny suit-
XTRA, AN According to tho
Carnegie-Roosevelt revised method
ot spelling, the opinions which these
prominent citizens ot Honolulu havo
given are X-L-N-T.
YOUNG. ALEXANDER The prcs.
cnt slto Is the best location for tho
new library. Hlshop Park is also a
splendid locality. Thomas Square ts
out of tho question, ns it Is too far
for tlio masses. Tho Old Bungalow
site In tho Capitol grounds is an
excellent location, and 1 consider
this and the present Y. M. C. A. site
tho two best locations for this li
brary. ZIEGLKR, C. W. Tho Goro site la
the best In the city as It Is, centrally
located and closo lo tho executive
and courthouse buildings. Hlshop Park
Is also a fine location but not so good
ns tho Ooiu, ns Hlshop Park Is moro
for n business speculation hnd bust,
ncss hotiBCB than for a public library.
Thomas Squaro Is too far Out nnd
should not bo considered In nny way.
GIpBlcs aro usually supposed to bo
of Egjptlan origin, but as a matter ot
fact they probably came originally
from India, and i cached Europo about
the beginning of tho fifteenth cen
tury. Tho tinkling noise ono hears waft
ed from the, South is simply Zelaya
packing a few millions In gold pre
paratory to n hurried vacation.
We give "special attention
to orders for "Wedding, Re
ception and At Home Invita-,
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& Co.. Ltd.,
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