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' Man'j," strokes,' though' with a little
'Newtown ahd fell the hardest-tim-r-Ttered
?.;, . Shakespeare.
ffTalk' about fcotlal doings and real
'cc-mf.orti"the ball (or the sailors will
' bthe'-pcer of them all 'and that's
,'ito discredit to tho others. ,
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il-l fTlBlfi must' be getting slow In
MKrishlfjtto'n, when the V news dls
jtfaUfapTstako' nny 'further notice of
Whit IsVotiiK on In 'Nicaragua.
1 ixy.Wn.ltiriK (or Mr. Ilalllnger's coun-
f' " ..stli to become acquainted with his
Cio. furnishes now proof that the
Bpti&an hand ih Washington Is no
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irtarjh'ltc, mul,o them knoWn now,
otr,.forVver surrender your right to
JiJitlycrlUclio the final conclusions
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'Olfford Tliicllot does not appear
irf.'tKe dispatches, but .It Is a safe
-wager that ho Is. losing no points In
'tjji.'jme of making Drother Ualltn
V sjeV; uijcom f orta'tilc. ,
lice; thev ire clvlng us more each
.'fla'foriPearV Harbor.' Honolulu will
. ?iVttt: the 'Pacific Coast all the sub-
vJswVlnes'It'cah get, and wish the peo-
iPiejWBH .inmeir. campaign ior mors.
70Nq" one' objects to Surgeon Stokes
ibijlligt'placed.at' the head of the med
.Icljdep.Brlment of the navy, since
ifcihis proved his ability to com
mVKq'n 'hosplta ship In a tour
around 'tho world without sending It
5rif'oiL'.eT '.. .. .
iraiuicians always proinne u uu
schools, and the appro-
live always fallen short.
the nennla will demand
.Ihtfthe schools be first amply pro-
tweo ior. ino corncrsione oi Anier
,"lUh lnstHutlons must not be allow
v fed lb brUmble In this Territory.
,7,CTer)r' man who believes In wreck
Ing.lhn Independent Territorial gov-
itftmsnt of Hawaii and establishing
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, 'beTh? i
'1 'much a
niollBarcuy III lia piavv, win hijjud
Any protest against the scheme
worked In Washington Is so
' roufch .'assistance for '.the low saloon
keeper. That's the way they expect
t6frighten the Invertebrates of the
fa' & L '
? - ' Some people don't seem to realize
thai. In the midst of all the flurries.
thV parades, the fleets and all the
i rest. of the things thut attract atten
tlpfl, the representatives of the Unit
i 'e'd.Btatcs government are, steadily at
workT oiling in tne plans mat win
add about fifty per cent, to the pop
illation of Honolulu.
'Government by commission Is a
-' dream a nightmare the talk some
' riliivriintlp'H nfflrlnl nr wnulri-hfl Fed-
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. eral office applicant indulges in when
his wishes and hopes vanish. a. K,
I'.-vuat like a dark brown taste the
imornirg arter mighty aijtasiciui,
''tvut awful real.
. "I, told you" bo,' would not fit the
,i,cb. Dut there, are a great many
people 'n this city who would have
,ujuis Buiyniu jui luu tiay" a.hh
. frviupii i u nvuiiuiK buiiiub
.", Father Flynn Why don't you have
f"your pigsty farther from your houso,
'ii,nvanirnwaT mp vni nvpninpnf
; XV 'Father Flynn Becauso Its unhoal-
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.rW,.' UJUgOii IJHII iX UHt Dl, MIDICHVOt
,n.('JThe nig has-ntver had a alck day slnco
k.ne was oorni .
HWinston, Churchill, the young Brig-
.j Huh .politician. Is making a reputation
t..Mb- hBMi-urlt Tin la nii Ffllolnif
r'Vnustacho. A- -fair lady was being tak
tonkin, to dinner by tho budding poll
' 'tlciari at a recent house party.
' J ) "Mr..- Churchill." she said. "I llk
Vivour politics as llttlo as I like
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"you are not likely to come
Jact with either."
aTfabvconvorsatlon In. the., smoking three, hours and (hen, Homebody would
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sit If that company had not always
vigorously combatted any suggestion
that It place air-brakes on Its heavy
cars. Had this suggestion been fol
lowed, the community would feel
that every possible step had been
tnkpn tn nrnterl thn iintrnnit nf the
road In 'an emergency.
Ours Is a nation of naturalized cit
izens whom we honor for their wis
dom In joining us on an equality as
citizens of '.the greatest nation on
earth. Just to prove that wo believe
hi our .own country, wo hand It out
In the following terms to any of
our people who quit And go to an
other nation; the Des Moines Dally
Capital Is responsible for It, but tho
thoughts expressed are approved
throughout the nation: "Young
Waldorf Astor'tho pampered rene
gade who expatriated himself and
went to "England .because the oppor
tunities were so much better for
crooklnc the pregnant hinges of the
knee at the shrlno of royalty tharf
In 'Fifth avenue, New York, wos n
candidate for a seat In Parliament
Und on Saturday last the voters used
him as.' a mop with which to wipe
up thci earth. Naturally his can
didacy Was based upon support of
the House of Lords. Tho voters
seemed especially anxious to, set the
seal of their contempt upon a patent
leather' snob who would desert his
own country to seek office. In an
Other. It Is to be hoped that one
result of the election will not be to
drive him back to this country
PROHIBITION AND BUSINESS MEN.
Differences of opinion between
members of the Wholesale Liquor
Dealers' Association are of very lit
tle moment to the citizens of this
Territory In connection with' the
Issues raised by the proposed Federal
legislation bearing on the liquor
All this community has to deal
with Is the broad, question of wheth
er It wants Federal control of the
liquor traffic, when that Federal con
trol as at present shaped means,
first, prohibition of the liquor bus
iness. Prohibition or not, Is the question
the business bodies have before them
In the meetings that have been call
ed. A man who answers this quea
tlon according to his convictions Is
not working for the liquor dealers
or any other dealers. He Is merely
speaking or acting for that which he
believes is for the general commu
Associated with this, Issue Is that
of the assumption of Increased Fed
eral authority In matters that should
be exclusively Ini the hands of our
own citizens. i
Advocates of government , by com
mission and believers In prohibi
tion will, of course, belittle thlBdan-,
ger. That Is a part of their game.
Live business men are supposed to
look at the matter broadly; not be
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befuddled by petty differences in the
ranks of the liquor sellers, nor
frightened by the threat that by ex
pressing their honest opinion on
matters of government or of tho
liquor traffic they are joining the
ranks of dive keepers and low saloon
Cold weather prevented disastrous
floods In Pennsylvania.
to the characteristics of tho
llko your people," said
who had boon listening.
iiiwn in iniB rnnnrrv inr ininv vnnrx
acting as an Immigration agent for
I my people, and assisting them tb set-
l.ln VaAMn nrnAn .tin., nrnn t r thin nn.in.
I UU liCI O I...UU IIICJ WW. -w lia wruu'
I now ianu a party ui Americans
when a new territory Is opened or
some public land thrown open for set
tlement. They ride or drlvo In, get.
n I (holi lntlrl
select a place for tho vll
lago. stake out tho streets, and then
someuouy geis up on a stump, cnim
a meeting and nomlnatod John Jones
for mayor. In ten mlnutos they havo
a municipality and everything Is go-
,"b alon? n'i right,
"If a party ot Germans was In tho
- 'snme place, what would thoy iilo?
When it came time to Qrgaplzo tholr
l'lllugo,.,tliy would sjand around 'for
MR. BBYCE ON CITIZENSHIP.
In these days, when politics are ,
beginning to warm up, the average
citizen should be Interested In th
views of the Illght Honorable Jumei .
Uryce, Drltlsh Amba adorf' to the
United States, on the hindrances to
good citizenship, and straightway !
overepme, any of these hllidrancM
that may be personal. .
M. Drue dealt with this sub
ject In a series of lectures delivered
before the students of Vale' Univer
sity, and his opinions are always ac
cepted as the conclusions of a cleV
and honest, thinker, though It may
not be possible to agree with him on
all points. One of the pleasing fea
tures of Mr. Dryce's works on Amer
ican conditions Is that he does not
take a pessimistic, view of tho pres
ent standards, of citizenship, a view
so frequently' taken b many of our
own people, who want to correct
everything and everyone In a day.'
While acknowledging that present
day social and economic conditions
have creatt 1 many hindrances to
the exorcise of good citizenship, Mr.
llryce at. the' same time maintains
that there are many redeeming fea
tures In. the popular governments of
the present age, and we may well
hope, he declares, that the altruistic
spirit which Is now everywhere vis-.
Ible In the Held of private philan
thropic wo'rk, will spread Into the.
field of clyle action also and there'
become, a new motive power. J
Three causes assigned as responsw
ble for the decline In good citizen
ship are Indolence, 'selfish personal
Interest, and party spirit, oitnese,
Indolence Is the most common,' he
'says, ' selftsh personal Interest! tho
most noxious, and 'party spirit the
most exc.usable as well as the most
subtle. Toieach of these causes Mr.
Ilryco devotes a lecture, and tn a
concluding lecture he Inquires what
are the' remedies that offer the b'eat
prospect of removing the evils found
It Is admUted in the lectures that
the Amerlcan'reople may bo less sus-
centlble to the charge of Indolence
In public matters than are tne citi
zens of European countries, but tor
all that, Mr. llryce believes tbat tne
neglect to vote, to serve In public of
fice, and to study and reflect upon
public questions are all the result of
Indolence, and' ho assures us that It
Is this which makes us hesitate to
inform ourselvsa about' the 'public
questions submitted for our declilbp
and. to reach .just conclusion's . I
When private self-Interest' cop
nlct with nubile duty 'it' lsa'sate
conclusion, according .to .the lecturer,
that self-Interest wins out ana puu
Ho duty ! sacrificed. ' ;,
For this, reawn It la. plainly im
perative, he claims, that soma scheme
should be propounded tq take away;
from ba'd men, (f possible, the meant.
and opportunities by wnicn mey mpy
wnrir vll tn the whole community '
to the advantage of private interests. ,
ttociautm, projroiiouai rsinswun-i
tlop, obligatory voting, initiative ana
referendum and primary election,
laws are discussed as possible me
chanical means by which these obr,
stacles to good citizenship may be
removed, and are alt examined by
Mr. Dryce, their merits and weak
nesses ably propounded.
An especial Interest lies in the
lectures from the fact that they ore
the expression of a man who views
the subject from tho broadest possi
ble standpoint. Experiences of coun
tries on both hemispheres tn civic
reform are quoted, English and
The Beat Advice Use the
Wireless . ,
OflWonen Sunday mornings from
eight until ten.
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain at Kalmukl. on Eleventh
Avenue, $1600. " ' '
, Lots In Kalmukl Park Tract, MOO
each, on easy payments. Three'
acres, cleared and.
inukl Tract, for' $2600,'
-property In Palolo Valley,
These are a few ot tho. opportunl
ties we have to offer tor Investment
In real estate.
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HONdLtiLU;-, T.-II.; SATURDAY)
A JFurnished House
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' v ,', At summit of Paclllc Heights; 10
.i rooms; 2-story house; 4 bedrooms;
. ' ; . electric lights; phono;' garage. Place
4 " Is known as v
the Atherton House
" From this point a beautiful view of " .
Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, harbor
and city Is obtained.' A good road
. from King street to house. ... '
American citizenship Is compared In
a tolerailt ahd Impartial manner;
and Mr. Ilryco' pays to American In
stitutions the high honor or declar
ing that It Is for us free from many
of the dangers tbat surround the
stales of Eiiropo, .with our tinequaled
AHA.I'nlll.. .a. t.niwlFifl. wrlifif a I
w"'"U' "-"" ""--'
mgn spirit OI ciuzunsuip, sannuii:
intelligent, disinterested, may do lor.,"" UrK " en"re?on1,e.
th. happiness' ,afad dignity of a modern in .ery e.pect The lot it
mighty mMwb-U la for us, he de- 1W "d weU Mroyed. Thi. place
clares, .to become n model for othori" ? tb most desirable fnrniah-
men Hiiirii. fi r.iLizuiiauiu. icaiuuh I
neoDlea more lately emerged Into the.ea noniei J nogoium
sunlight pf freedom.
The eloquence with which John
W. dates denounces gambling sug
gests that, be may have had a losing
sitting. Washington Star.
Lord Lytton's sister, disguised,
serves a term (n Jail In the cause or
t 'A. M. tMoore, surgeon, U. 8. V.,
retired, Is dead at Naples.
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Severe earthquake shocks were ten
recently in, Iceland.
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injr, you need the services of
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HOUSES FOB. RENT.
A six-room house on Alexander
Street, eomnletel famished.
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BENT $70 FEB MONTH
We have for rent a 12-room 8
bedroom house on Pacific Heights.
High and sightly location. Large
BENT 30 FEB MONTH
,A six-room house on Kalakaua
Avenue. Large lot. 100-ft.' frontage.
BENT 15 FEB MONTH
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"TBAN8POBTATI0N IN LONDON.
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Competitiorf of Motor, and Hansom
vs 7Wi in Aftuuuviv.
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ine question oi iruiiiuiiviun, iy
London with Its vast unit pf popu;
latlon and Its extensive; area pos
sesses pecplar significance, which
leads sConsu,l-Qen.ral John L. Orjf
flth to not some of the methods
now In vogue,
' Vlth the advent of the public mo
tqr car, which starts with an Initial
charge of 16 centa to cover roughly
pne mile ot travel, th; hansom Cab,
for a very long 'time the popular
rrjeans of reaching a destination, has
been less and lest usedt
To meet the new competition 2,000
hansom cabs and four-wheelers (the
number, It Is stated,' will be Increase
ed. very shorjly) have been placed on
tho London streets In which two
2 NEW Pianos
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Good Piano, used less "than 36-months;
2 N,EW.'High Grade Pianos, full scale
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NEWSteinWtiy Vertegrand, sliglitjy
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4. iovv tirtfiycr riauos'op notes 'piaying inc ,. .5.'lnii-;iil
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1 tull scale tro m - - . . .$ijipo,,lo 700
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All these planot are marked (in plain figures) down' to 'a 'small profit. We must
sell at of them to make ttood. We have them on hand iosellTerms: Cash or In.
sta'ments, at same
persons can travel a mile tor 12 !
cents. The reduction' In fare promts.
cs, to a certain extent, to revlvo tho
use Of the hansom cab, although the I
greater speed of the tndtor carols do
cldedly In Its favor, Thellitc'restlng
tact Is ithat hansom cabs artd. four- j
wheeler, can b operated .prontablye
for the very loW fare 'of' 12 cents a
mile. , '
Hothlng, Impresses the American
abroad moro than the disparity In
the charges for cabs and carriages In
his own and foreign countries. Low
tare greatly multiplies the use, and
so, profit Is possible.. To show how
common Is the use of motor cabs, n '
paragraph appeared recently In ohe
of the London papers stating that
1.G00 experienced chauffeurs were
required to run new public motor
cars that were necessitated by the
demands ot traffic. . .
Another teature ot transportlon In
London to which attention can well
be called is tbe.prActlce of designat
ing by a number the route of on om
nibus, The number consists of large
numeral conspicuously displayed
above the driver's seat, and at the
rear ot the omnibus. Tho advantages
of this simple mode ot designation
are quite evident.
In American cities of considerable
slzo there Is frequently some central
junction point which practically all
the street cars pass. At certain hours
In the morning and evening they
pass In very great .numbers and
there 'Is moro or less anxiety and
confusion In trying to determine
which Is the. car one desires to take.
There may" be several streets or
places' mentioned on the same car.
and this may prove misieaamg. ,'ina
uncertainty Increases late at night
as the traveler tries to remember
the car he .wishes to. use.
In tho .London system, all omni
buses traversing the same route use
the same numbor, and It Is the num.
ber almost Inovltably that Is mn
tloned when one asks which omnl
bus goes to a certain place. Might
not tho same systom bo adopted to
very great advantage In Amorlcan
HAMMOND. La., Jan. IB. Hanging
In the street and placarded with tiid
sign, "Allnlggcra must bo good take
warning " Is the body of a negro, Ar
thur Bakor.'who was "strung jip" by a
crowd of blacks after lie was shot Ajy
Anthony Tummtn for Insulting Turn
mln's wife w, V
Baker went Into Tummln'g storo and
bought a dozon'oystera from Mrs. Turn'
mln.'He asked permission' to sit Inthe4,.w.-ii.1.,t, i . .
stora'ti.eaMhbst!A7 afrs.STummlnT ltt,jttJ InAlSort Streets
refused. Tho negro remarked thatf V "A
nnin whita folks Is settlUS mighty
Tummln.enferpd his store and. hear
ing tho remark, shot tho negro, killing
him Instantly. Later In tho. afternoon
when the canto ot the shooting was
heard, a crowd of backs tookthebody
away from Baker's kinsmen, and, car-
dying It down the street, strung It up.
Threats to burn. tho body ware made,
but this was overruled. Then the
placard was tied to tho swinging
' Columbia, Missouri, school girls
wtl adopt a baby so ns to learn how
to care tor one.
ALL IN PEBFECT
of reliable make, full scale,
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price. . .
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SCNOR DON ENRIQUE O.
DE LA IMADIMB.
Snor Don Enrique O. ds la Madrid,
Governor ot th. State of Collma, writes
a. follows i ' i
1 Collms, January 9, 1908,.
Senor Dr. S. B. nartman,
- - Coliimbui, Ohio, U.S.A.
Dear Sir: This Is to Inform you that,
having used your medicine, Periina, for
some of the ills that this medlolno if
mad. to cure, I have obtained ho best
retails, and for this reason do not hesl
Utoto strongly recommend It as very
tSeetlrp In It rtanlta. '
',' Yours very truly, j
,, i E. O. I)E LA MADRID.
Tlir are a host of petty ailments
which are the direct result' ot the
This Is, mora trne of the excessive heat
of summer and the intense cold of win
ter, but Is partly true of all seasons of
the year, '
Whether It be a cold or a cough, ca
tarrh of the head or bowel complaint,
whether the Ilvbr be affected or tho kid
neys, tho cause Is very llablo to bo the
Th. weather slightly deranges th.
mucous membranes ot tb. organs and
the result Is soma functional disease.
Peruna has become a standby )n taoa
sands of borne for minor ailments yl
The following NsrhoUsale "druggist
s will supply the retail trade : BEN
SON, SMITH 4 CO.; Honolulu, Ha-
wail. . , 4
Charles A. Stanton,
Investments & Bonds
! ASIJGGESTi0N ON ECZEMA.
It Is snggeste'd that eczema sufTorora
ask tho Honolulu Drug Co., Fort,
street, of this city, what reports ho Is
getting rroni' the patlenta who have
used tho oil or wlntorgrecn llqdld
compound, D. D. D. Proscription.
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