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EVENlNO DUIXETIN, HONOLUMJ, T. R, TUESDAY, FED. 8. 1910.
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In a republic, such as ours, where
the 'law is the only king "there is a
divinity doth hedge" the courts; and
it ii right that it should be so. If
curldcmocracy is to endure, we must
obey the law and respect its agents.
The, man who wilfully tries to im
pair the public credit of our courts,
when those courts are just, is the
createst traitor that our country has.
3ut what if a court is hot just?
What if it docs not impartially ad
minister the law, but does the bid
ding of a ruling faction of the com
munity, and oppresses the helpless
many in the interests of the pow
erful fewt Must we respect the cor
rupt priest and minister of justice
who degrades his almost holy office
and defiles the very temple of jus
tice with his iniquities? Must we
cbey the court that crushes us? Or
it is true with courts, as it js with I
monarehs, that "resistance to tyrants
is obedience to God--? Judge Lind'
sey, in Everybody's.
The House ot Lords seems to be
closed for repairs.
There Is no danger of nny bobsled
nccldents In Honolulu.
Prosperity is rlfo nil over the
country. Even the rivers back East
are gorging themselves.
If you feel like fighting, why not
direct your oppQsJtlqn along tho
mosquito nnd tuberculosis' Hue;
TWentjj - eight battleships for
France will bo of little value unless
the administration of., the French
navy Is improved.
Congress may think it is fun to
start prohibition waves for tho other
fellow, nnd that Is where, the dan
ger to Hawaii may be lurking.
Russians coming to town by rcg
ular.steamers and establishing homes
In tho Islands' give hope Hint, th'o
Europeanlzlng of Hawaii will be
speedily followed '-by moro thorough
Thcro nro rthrco hundred nnd
twenty-six more days In . this year..
Why not ma)o a resolution to speak
a gqoil word, or do a good net, for
your homo city-' on each' of those re
It should bo remembered that tho
plain people' ot ..Hawaii havo' felt for
many months-that tho prohibitum
promoters are merely using their
scheme to help along' tho campaign
for governmeut by commission.
Of course, It passed. Ilustncsa
men know that supporters of prohi
bition by Federal enrictment nro
good enough follows, but they nro
on the wrong track. If thev exnect
), io help on tho best' Interests of Ha
, Patrick Calhoun, prosecuted by, a
district attorney who rnoved (o
quash tho Indictment, has no cause
to worry over anything but the pos
' elblllty of the Jury taklug th'o case
Into their own hands nnd deciding
, tho issue on general principles. ,, .
Tho curtain was rung up for. the
thlfd tlmo, nnd. Margaret , IUako,
stepped forword nnd responded to
tho prolonged acclamation ot her ad
miring audience, She spoko with a
graceful modesty that charmed, then
gathored her floral tributes. Was It
tho Intense excitement or the blind
ing array of footlights that dazzle'd
nnd confused liqr?
f),tl,la,i vntmoln. nn n Inn, ah l.nw
.rail by tho proscenium, slip saw a
r .magnificent bunch .of vlolots hsr
, i favorlto flowers oUcnsibly placed
. 4t1At-A tH 1l Ah lh H cllfAtnflfll jlll
i haired lajly behind (hem.
IIIVIU lll 1IC1 lit IL DnLUL-lULLU. UUIJ'
( With applauso still ringing In her
ears, Miss Hlako leaned forward and
' took thn lovelv linuniiet iirknnwleriir-
... . -. . , , . u
InH ,1lA rl , 1... n ..On,,., !.,. '
ilify ,ll) Hlk f JJ. tl liivil-J1 iu.v. , ,
Tho Bwect-fafed, dark-liiitrcd lady
.reached after her with u struugo and
sudden hasto. Ijr '
i'li'Olvo mo back my hat!" she cried.
i Thtlt America was. uutll recent
i ly, consldercd'ri'rilyj'ualf.,,clvllIzcd-:by,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
1'erSia Moiitoa,,. ,,'. 0 .flu
rf Year, anywhere In Ua ,, ,. I.oo
Pti Ytar, anywhere n Canada,. I. Bo
Per Yeaf poetpalil, foitifn a.oo
Office, - 256
tnterctl at the fatofftcc at Honolala
u teconl-lsft mtlff.
FEBRUARY 8, .1910
WHERE ARE THE REPUBLICANS?
Democrats have stepped to tho
front and declared themselves dn Iho
vital question of local self-government
in tho treatment of tho liquor
tradlc of Hawaii.
Where nro Iho Ilcpubllcan man
agers? Hero Is an Issue on which no po
lltfcal party ran sidestep or straddle
nnd hopo to rcla'lnany , roasouablo
amount of public confidence.
The Ilcpubllcan party should head
tho' list of workers to prcservo inde
pendent government for these Is
If the party managers expect to
bo n factor In tho coming campaign.
they will mako their position known
In positive terms, and not lose any
tlmo doing it.
THE MERCHANTS ANSWER.
Why should, our citizens hcsltnto
oye,r the question, of , home rulo?
What benefits has tho world, in
general or tho" American people" 'in
general ever secured through n de
struction of Independent govern
What folly could be greater than
n reversion to n nlnn of govern
ment tor' Hawaii that Is admittedly
n'ended for a pcoplo uniiblo or nn
,. ,lpg t,o govern themselves?
, , Members of the Merchants' Asso
ciation did on Monday afternoon'
X.'hat woul.d bo expected of men who
possess that force of character which
made of tho United States tho great
est, republic on earth, and which, in
tho former history o( these Islamic
gave Hawaii tho power to claim for
itself a status equal to that ot tho
developing and enlightened commu
nities of thq mainland.
Probably tho most insidious prop
osition put before, the assembled bus
iness men was mai wnicn sougui a
delay of action Until such tlmo as
further Information should bo ob
tained from Washington.
Such a delay would servo only
tho ends of that combination of cun
ning nnd misguided men who nro
doing their utmost to wreck tho pres-
ent Territorial government and
thereby throw these Islnnds and our
people.' Into tho Junk pot ot hafN
That protraction Is llko asking
n man about to bo murdered If ho
would kindly watt n few moments
until more Information could be ob
tained as to the exact manner In
which ho was to bo killed.
And tho' keen business men of tho
city organized under .the Merchants'
Association turned It down, defeated
It by a splendid majority that' speaks
This declaration means that tho
business men engaged in mercantile
pursuits aro nractlcallv a unit on
nny jilan pre'sonted In Washington
that takes from our pcoplo tho priv
ileges thoy nowcxerclso In hand
ling, their own affairs.
It means that they havo ono per
manent answer for all tho schemers
planning to, hed'go this right, wlpo
out that privilege, blight the wor
thy ambitions, ot .a vigorous , people,
reduce, .humanity to tho plane. -of
many people In Knglnnd, Is Illus
trated by tho following story:-
At a certain dinner In London tho.
conversation happened to bo oh
lynching in America, and tho gon
eral opinion was that tho ropo was
the ehKf end of man In America.
Ttioro was nn American present1
who had not Joined In the conversa-'
tlon until tho hostess nskerl lilm if
ho had not seen homo ot theso lynch-'
lugs. Ho admitted ho had.
"Why." said he, "the night bo
foro 1 left' America I gnvo a dinner'
to my friends. During the dinner
ono ot tho yul tern happened to spill
eomo souri on tho dress of ouo of tho
ladles prosent. Tho men of the party
Immediately procured a rope, put it
around tho wnltor's neck, nnd nt n
signal from tho woman hung him to
"And did you witness that horri
ble, deed?" Inquired thu uniazed
"Well, no," returned tho Ameri
can. "Just, at that moment I was
down stairs killing tho cook for put
tlugtmustard; liv'tho'blanc 'manffe?'
(W-nif., L -
tho governed nnd plnce tho govern
ment In tho, hands ot a fow appoint
ed favorites ono nnswer for thnso
who would trail In dishonor tho
most cherished rights of tho Amer
ican citizen In order that tho hobby
nnd the theory of n fow may prevail.
Tlio nnswer far always ono of prompt
opposition to such schemes.
That is as It should be. That is
the way it ever shall be as long as
n spark of tho straightforward Amor
icanlsm remains within the city .of
WAR AGAINST CRIMINAL WEALTH
T", , .
Not (infrequently visitors from tho
mnlnlnnd tell residents of Hawaii
that We havo no Idea of tho deep.
seated bitterness, Hint prevails, and to ,t0Bra(jO. thstr fellow men arid do
Is growing, ngnlnst tho aggregations gtroy independent citizenship, is on
of criminal wealth. Some tell us (n nrnpHt nni, i. nt tlio revolt
that it Is class hatred, but this Idea
Is refuted by tho nppcarance In the
rnnks of what Lincoln called tho
plain people, of men of .wealth who
nro most strenuous In their denunci
ation of money crimes as practised ,
in the name of corporations nnd dot-J
,w.o ui . !. imu.m) i....u-
r- ,,... -. -... ...!..- ....
graphs ever written, as showing how
the nttack on tho crimes of inouoy
la by no mentis? confined to tho Ig-
nornnt ng tntor, anarch tt or radical
soclalst Is contained in the latest
nrtlclo by Judge Hen Llndsey o
isvuii'i it mu tutivui. iiumui'i ui
Most everybody remembers ,tho
Harry Orchard crimes, though com
paratively few recall details of tho
ong war between capital and abor
n the State o Colorado. I ead, then,
this paragraph with which Judge
Llndsey closes his nrtlclo that dca s
with crimes of corporation Interests
against law and order:
'Why wore murderous outrages
committed. In Colorado that nro only
parallcjcd by tho outrages of tho rev
olutionists In despotic Ilussln? lie
cause like, conditions breed llko
events. Tlio government of Ilussln
has teen described as "n despotism
tempered by nssasslnntlon"; nnd tho
government of Colorado, In tho
spring ot 1905. was Just that! The
crimes of Orchard that horrified
the wholo country nmP blackened tho
name of Colorado In tho estimation
ot tno worm wcro uio nieviinuio
result of tho crimes of tho corpora-
tlons that made tho government ot
Colorado nn insufferable despotism
ot lawless men. Tho crime" of tho
oppressed is a demand for Justlco!
"From my chamber. In which ,1
am writing now, I can look out of
my wludow and boo tho little shop
In which Orchard says tho castings
ql his bombs were prepared; nnd
from another window I can nee 'tho
Jlnjcstic building from which 'tho
corporations govern tho State. What
n government! And vnnt nn oppq-
Bltlon! Tho mllllonalro uses his
power of wealth to rob nnd starve
nnd pollute rt wholo community 'with
protectod Vice and thwarted Justlco
and law-s defied and tho oxasporat-
ed laborer, finding himself denied
tho common rights of 'man, declares
war against his oppressors with tho
bomb and tho bullet!
Who Is moro to blamo tho crim
inal who makes tho conditions,' or
tho Criminal who is mndo by tbo con
Tho ono goes In broadcloth to his
church, sleek, smug, respected, 'fcar
od for his pow.cr nnd honored for his
Tho other, branded' with his guilt.
a moral leper by his own confession,
Imprisoned for life, n shuddorlng
horror to tho wholo world, appeals
for forgiveness to tho samo Ood
whoso ohurch tho man ot wealth so
proudly enters ono of Its "pillars,"
its .powerful benefactor, its gener-
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain ot Kalmukt. on Eleventh
j'i "i .
I.OU tit Kalmuld Park Tract, VI00
each, on easy payments. Three
acres, cleared n'rjd fonced, In tho Kal-
mukl Tract, .for ISC0O. Acreage
property In Palolo Valloy.
. Those aro a few of tho opportunl
ties we hnvp .to offer for Investment
In real eatato.
a , v J i (.
I&,:. a, t.-J,'..,, ...'. .'J., i. ..'ljLv..,, wsiiiiiiMffiiJi(b ..''
ous patron, Its bfand communicant.
I do not presume', to votco the Judg
ment of Providence upon these' two
men. I do not even predict the de
crees of human justice.
"Ilyt if I had to take my choice of
their, fates and elect between the
burdens of their iniquities, I shruld
prefer to crouch before the altar of
Orchard's prison chapel, trembling,
with' all his clotted murders on my
Hen Lfndscy, Is not a muck-rnker.
Ho is telling plnin truths, In his own
wny. As n practical reformer ho haa
i when a man of his type enn reach
'such a conclusion as that uttered in
, forceonK paragraphs, wo may
knpw tlmt (no revoU agnnst tho
mm nf mean whn nan their oowor
ot tno moo
AND FRONT DRAKE
,,.,, Rvnnln niillotln:
Doar Sir I-'havo read Mr.- C. a.
Hnllentyno's explanation of tho acci
dent that took plaeo the other day to
11)0 n. T. car a'naH-gret to say that
, regtor Mo confl(cnco
t , wl how.
..- ,., ar nA,i.,.nn I.
over, .that Mr. Dallentyno is right in
saying that no one can tell by merely
looking nt a plcco of metal whether
it is crystallzatlon or not, but to 'say
that crystallzatlon cannot bo deter
m b olhor g , , lhlnk ,
,,,. ,n fact , ,,, lf nny &cco
of mcta, ,g iogte(, or BllujectC(, to n
tranavcrBU Blraltli or any otllcr Btraln,
R wll, ccrtanly provo whether It is
crystnized or not. It will also prove
whelllcP or ot u lla8 ost il8 dec-
,.,... of ,ho ,,- 1)OWCrs of
nil Important metato. And this can bo
done, too, without subjecting the met
al to anything like its full strength.
Thcro is another way, however,
vt'lilnVi la ttaiifillv rlnriA in nvnNnmn (Hla
(rouuIo nm, ,hat .ls to anneal any
J)lcco of mn cr stcci ti,at B suspected
of bcUlg crystallzc. or that has been
, UB0 vcry ,ong. for ft ,B tru0 aa
Mr. llnllentvno savs. that constant
ftranB am, vibrations' will In tlmo de-
gjroy nny p0C0 ot mclaI, Now, ,1
aont know- ; at,'yiiiHK 0f this kind
bp.llr- dono or no, uu tt not. nna
(ncr0 nro'mdriy other pieces or bars of
Iron thnt h.v0 i,ecn i llB0- , lons'ns
naB tllOB0 tiiat aro now broken and
tlat caused this accident' It Is safa
l0 Bay that ,t m not uo lonB i,otoro
othor nccldents oceriR- 'HoweVfer, I
llopo tnat CVEry' ,rechntlciri Is 'being
(nlcn (tj avol( ai'BjCh future' 'accl-'
(lentBi i,t a is ,luo a thV public, 1
think; t0 bo Informed 6f this. If I
may ho permitted tonsk a question,
i Would llko to know (why. tho'brako
m t10 front end df'tlio enr could not
havo been used? Very truly;
j ,. (GEO. OSBORNE,
Honolulu. Feb- 7.. 10i
TERBITORY COULBh'T '. ''
ENFORCE LAW, SAYS FREAR
(Continued From Page 1.)
well work iii an opixulto direction to
that expected by thbso who fear tho
Institution of a government by com-
mlsrlon as nn aftermath to tho enact
ment of n Federal prohibitory law for
tho Territory." '.
Hut tho real question .Involved) be-1
Moves tho Governor, is whothor or ,not'
it would bo best for tho scclf-govcrn-
ing. Instincts of the pcoplo of, the Ter
rltory to havo an important prerog
ative of local control relegated, to tho
nulhorlty ami Jurisdiction of tho cen-
trnl.nowcr at Washington.
"Thin involves1 a linn auestlon." said'
Governor Freaf, ''and would require '
. ' - : ' " ' - ---i
'J t)t..V..1 ;U
Vancouver Highway. .. .$60 Lanlhutl Drive 960
"Vancouver Highway 800 Ltloa Rise 1000
Hyde St 800 Oahu Ave'. ....... .". . 1040
Oaliu Aye 880 Kamehameha Ave 1200
Manoa Rd 960 Ilcckwlth St 1200
HOUSES FOR RENT.
A. tix-roam honie oil' Alexander
Street, cdm'pletoly furnished. Room's
are large, and Jthe entire Honte is
modern ,iii every respect. The lot is
large and well improved. This plaoe
is one of.the most desirable furnish
ed houses in' Honolulu. '
RENT $70 PER MONTH
We have for rent a 12-room. 5-
bedroom house on Pacific Heights.
High and sightly location. Large
grounds.- ' '
RENT $30 PER MONTH
A six-room" house on Kalakaua
Avenue. Large lot, 100-ft. frontage.
RENT $15 PER MONTH
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
I S-fl '$
A.! Z.T ,
dovornor Frear was asked If ho did
not think that tho peop!o, under n
Domocratlc form ot government, r6- 1'orinni nnuirs in me nisiory or to
celved Just us good' a go eminent as Pacific Coast," remarked Captain;
they doservtd.' Robert Dollar.
Tho Governor conceded that there! The representatives of the eight
was some truth In that but hastened to chambers gathered In the rooms of
say, ' that a' prohibition .campaign the local. .organization In vtho Mer
brought out different elements In tho chantsf. Exchange building.. The
community an 1 that the people really session covered n largo" part' of tho
affected ' i uuablo to prosent tho forenoon nnd'.nll of tho afternoon. At
aligned iu-i" of political activity thdt hlght tho visitors were tho guests
wan accordi 1 d those. Interested, fln-!of tho 8an Francisco Chamber of
anelolly and otherwise, In tho unlft- Commerce at a dinner nt the Palace
terruptcd continuance of tho liquor, Hotel. At tlio dinner J. D. Lowman
Is Much Less than
StOttt's held fir mand falrlv active
in (ho market today", although Kbthlng
ot riri cxcltlrg, character developed.
Tho at'mosphcro was sucli as to sug
gest, somo pedplo th'tnifhl' prohibition
wouid upset tho' stigar market, and no
onb ltnows what' what it will. '
. Q'lau Is .str'cilgthenfng at C.D0; Oahu
tiallwrfy haa dropped' nearly thrce dol
lars 'a sharo on a sale of ten shares,
and tho stack' board BhOwg no .bids.
Onomea sold yesterday afternoon at
55'a'nci lionokaa advanced an eighth to
23.12S on a salo of two hundred shares.
Oahu,- Ewa and Hawaiian .Commer
cial have sold In small blocks at tho.
r'lillng prices llutchlnson apfieors to
havo takon'a little spurt, soiling' today,
at 18.26. McUryde droppod a qUarter,
selling at' 7.25.' Walalua has apparbht
ly fallen off, appearing o ntbb board ,
at'l2U0 bid and 129.50 asked but
very llttlo 6C thls'otock' Is' coming out,
'., , VmnL'J!
CLUNE'SlDEStlNATION '"' '"'
WAS OTHERWISE ORDERED
, . 1, -'4 n-i- ' " I .
' (Oo'nUhOed from Paie IV
es(s 'of, several enterprises which he
ls promoting. , ' ' '
Charles G. Ilockus nlso returned
from a business visit to the main-'
. Tile China bears Us usual -quotn
of missionaries, who aro returning'
to tho China and Far Eastern sta
tion) after oxtended leave of ab--sonce
In tho homeland. Thero aro
about thirty missionaries Included in
tho cabin passenger list.
Eddie Tnltj whq at one, tlmo con
trolled the destlnlos of one of tho
movlng-plcturo theators and after
ward wont to .Mantln, Is u passenger
by tho China., Tail Is on route to
Hongkong' and tlio l'liillniilnes, and
while on tho mainland bo, secured at
line of some ot tho latest product ot
tho movtng-plcluro (maker's nrt be
sides othor nttntctlonu; for tho string
ot theaters whfch he und his brother'
now control in tho Far East.
The Best Advice Use the
Office.open Sunday mornings from
eight until ten.
i feASSfi Will
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30. A
commercial excursion to China In
ho a11, J" wh'ch ' n" fncln
Coast nnc? the Hawaiian Islands will
be represented, was nuthorlzed yes
terday by tho Associated Chambers
of Commerce of California, Oregon
!. 1,r UI I.... I ru- .-I.. l
,UI!U 1VUBUllltilUtl. 1I1U irii in iii-
tended to bring China und tho unlt-
ed 8tatcs Into closer trade relations
than t,ley hnvo known In the past.
" lnl -hls ova of the moit Im-
of Seattle; the retiring president of
the associated chambers, was pre
sented with a beautiful silver loving
cup In appreciation "of "the services
be has rendered during his Incum
A SMn of BeauTy is a Joy Forevei
Dl. T. FELIX fiOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
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tt M htrtnltM "M
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Srrt l'i to.
df ef tni tt
M At rou Udwi
tlitrn f?rm' H till iiui bunl
Ucwfa ihiKtt In lb Uslud SlUM, Cisada
bfcnnfot of fell U
iCfim ana r macj
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ill THIS iY
m ? m
. HOHN TRAIL
Quantities, Of Timber
Foiind Smeared' With '
Ab anticipated, AVUberforf of HIlo
ls making good. Yesterday evening,
while sauntering along "glider ,nve
riue', lie stumbled across, a plie""bf
timber which had been carefully
scored In the back yard ot Jimmy
Wllder's house, it was dark add
thero was nothing out of, the ordi
nary In this timber- so WllberforM
While sitting reading the, E v e.'n-
I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n his wife noticed"
that the bottom of his trousers wero
covered 'with a number oMb'rlc'k-rcd
stains, and began to reprimand her
husband for having been so careless.
In his hurry to leavo llllo, WllbeT
force had brought only tho one pair
of trousers with him.
Instead ot becoming alarmed at
his wife's lecture, his Whole, counte
nance.' was quickly wreathed In
smiles. His wife naturally romo'n
b t rated with him for not paying
proper attention to what she was
saying, but Wllbcrforce "continued to
smile. He had found a elite, and a
good one. Without saying a word
to his Wife, he. slipped out of the
house, and made a be'eMtno for Jim
my Wlldor's back yard. , '
11 UJion a close 'inspection' of tho
timber he knew that ho was direct
ly, 'on tho frail of the person or per
sons' "who had lost the paint brush,
as. the colpr rind odor of the paint
on this timber was similar 'In every
way to that on the brush found ou
Tantalus' bry Chief MCDufflo.
Why this timber should have boen
smeared with brlck-rcd paint is still
a mystery. Jimmy Wilder and his
confederates have not gone. Into this (
plllkla business without due thougkt
and1 consideration. They are elusive
and It will be some dajB before any
real proof ot their guilt is brought
to light. ',
Why so much timber and red paint
should be found on Wllder's prem
ises, when his house seems to bo'ln
perfect order nnd in need of no .re
pairs. Is a mystery. Ho new; hen
coops are contemplated, as the neigh
bors strongly object to the Wilder
keeping chickens; owing 'to thelt
early slumbers' belpij disturbed by tho
crowing of the T Heads "or these' featn
Ffbm urcsent indications it would
nppeiir tlmt Jimmy 'Wilder and his
confederates aro building something,
nnd (hat It Is a' large affair, as the
timberis substantial and capable ot
standing a severe strain. As Mr.
Wilder has left for the South Seas,
bis deputies are, In full charge., of
this plllkla business., As" nq, plans
or documents whereby Wilberforce
can follow up this present clue have
been found, it may bo deemed neces
sary to force an (entrance Into Wll-
der's houso and mako a thorough
search. ,', 1
Chief McDuffle is averse to any
such proceedings, as no" writ as yet
has been issued for the arrest ot
Wilder nhd bis confederatlqn. 'The
public, however, are beginning to
take such an interest In the 'Floral
Day P&rade and are so. keen' to have
It pass off , without a hitch; that they
are beginning td feel uneasy about
tho plllkla that. Is brewing, and. de
mand that action bo at. once taken
to put a stop to it. With these two
clues, Wliberforco feels certain that
he ls now on' the right trail and
will keep close tab on all that trans
pires from now on until the day ot
the parade. '
Extra police 'will be on hand on
that day, so that If there Is ah or
ganized gang at work. It will meet
with scant ceremony at the hands ot
Honolulu's custodians of. the pe'dce,
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THJJRSTbN TOLD TO Sit- DOWN.
(Contihiied from Pact' 1.)
drunkenness during, last year.1 ' Mr.
Thurston" made some" disparaging
criticisms in recard to the' few ir-
rests made last year in comparison
with. those Of 1902. Mr. Walters
objected to these' criticisms' and re
quested Mr. Thurston to sit down.
It was ihe'n that tho' proprietor'1 ot
the Commercial Advertiser 'turned
upon Mr. Walters .and srild 'that he
woiild not sit down for any living
Fred t,. WalOrbn, the", president 'ot
the Merchants' Association, restored"
order,' rind after a" brief Interval the
nie'ollng vda i-esuhied.
Considering tHe differences '; of
opinion expressed . at .yesterday's
meeting, nnd the intense Interest
taVOn In the' various add'ressfc's, pre
sented by the several, members,''1 It
was linrhfonlo'us and will no doubt
bo of great benefit to Hawaii.
"Am I really arid truly' ypd'r first
nh'd ohly lo'vo?" queried th'o de'ar fe'lrl.
"No," answered tho truthful drug
clerk, "but yoii aro,sompilihi'g just as
good." Cfifcago Dally" Nows. "
'Tu'i worrying" about; 'llial comet."
"Bottep Worry about yOur,ifent."'f'Nev
er mind tho rout. When I' borrow
troublo; I borrow a good-slied batch."
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