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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 2. 1910,
At t-.tt"? tri1''.-? r.rr Jids'.ltlt.
r-r?r: rati & ff3t 5t!f. iti
"fcs feStf cf A-la-'tF
ouationed about" the matter in I?ir
llament b- leclalators filial v.-ltli .,ap
iirehenslcn .at the iifitldn of bring
!no iv.rpienaituy e"icy ruled over by n Klnc whota features
(Conlinufd from Pac G )
ted, ipoaklng ;$u .lanr.uiigfts ,werR qf,, S,UC( by tntt0o nml(1 Ua
Kiencb, Golhimf uhd ltnltan, as we,l tj,0,0 cf n,,, ,IllsKy potentate, In !
as hei own with nccurucy anil lluen- ,f.e,i 0 PtroB was popular feollin
cy. SheBlngg,cixc4ltnly, is a line on the nubject tint after much ica
1)Iatll3t -alil IjOids . VOl'jdlOUily tlOl tiltmr tn 111.. Antlnnlna wlmr. Ihi
only novels but saifoua books. ifladchante was cruising at the time,
Sho Is pipua of her sLilktiiR like le Ooyernmcnt finally found It lio
ness to liqr Eroat-Krandmothor,'0eesary to Isjuh np otpclal aunounco
Queen Charlotte, and buy3 .every mcnt n the London Times dcelar
pl.turo of her that comes Ihto the ng there was no truth In tho stpry.
market. A woman collector outbid .hlpmafej Once Hazed Him.
her foi one of them at tho Duko on a an utustrntlon of tho Indlrfer.
Cambridge's safe nud refused to sell fence of his messmates to hi royal
It even at a premium, which gicat-lblrth, and of tho spirit of equality
ly angered tho new; Queen, and tho with which he was treated by them
next time sho met this woman sho while nt sea, an Incident may bo ro
snubbed 'her. Tin! resemblance, i lated, with tho preface he now pro
it.t f to.&, e. .iH'i ft.ai 'ft il;
f. 150 to th? ;-.t..t.,J. I - the
Thrmh, a .large Kii!.U.ii. ,ieitir.e,l fur
ccrvlc? on (the North American and
West Indian ntallnn. 'I
Disliked -Rcyfll Honols.
In nllAhU tin res he has nlwayi
depreraii,('i)tli6 necessity tf being ro
rrlvpil with nival hntitirs. I'non .its
arrival In the West In llos he inked
Sir Oeorgo Wntscn, tho Admiral lit
'(.omniand of the station, for permit.
slon to be trc.Ucil tlmply ns an or
dinary naval orfllcr. When this wish
HARK 1 WAIN'S
tfsrt Wl Ve -,V8 to lmr-:tt nil thi
tf" tl" --8 '" tM C3f' ill.
it rr.tjr- J? O.r.t'tt will I'M p i'i
the lo a, Ifijiipf fcctiW; , ?r.rl rs-
The prohibition ntttiftnfsls at fpi
lown: i i 1 1' 'V7i "
, TI'i I'eop "' i'io!iHillli:i t.r.ii'V"
comprising 'citizens of nil racct, all 'J .
minlijiloiii t, i.... .u k-u.iiiiV in 1 ' ,i i tuo'ii ai.d jtu 'I1
lloTs, nud to ioIHl"nl oi' i11i'cjiUKV
afnllatlpns, iitcUiCB Iteclf to. bn U Tiio tri!n Is prrfti el dJcorateil
favor of piulilllltltiB .the iiiniiiira',- wllh,ttinuHj."
ture and 'sale within
h?vt:-" iT.i ur:.r.l.T.a3iy 'h A :S-r- !:? -!th t-rrtl ttal I
Aa.tl f. r;y c"'6'iJ It l$ .vr'tfc r.?A 'Mi vSiJ-.ir'.v.-s. fr3i -Jrvf.t."
i Dsrr.ccrst i,er i r.epubi!:in ' To th ir.iUr., Tip sal ;::-
"Sha r,-i- a ptMt pelveot ozet. t!cr. att net aj sadden ai taatsacrc, (
but ".cmchow her palate cot down. ' but they are more deadly In th Ian;
' We ivrltp frankly and fearUstly, run." , ,
but ,we moUlf' 'beforo we print." "They appointed pie clerk of tbjJ
'-nsi hetwo'ti n tired mud tur lonnillic on ron ho'cey, and then
allied me no n lULiienria to plar
le nii'i ii irlHU'td hearSo horse.'
Ho np.inl well, but nrt Is fol'
to III ii ; be oily understands gru
cerlcs " '
tlaviuc forgotten to mention St
the TorillOD ,"fJlBuieJ nicwed out or too Just j,,, w icnmrk , toncllison.
though strong, doen not flatter the
Generous to Poor Brothers.
At the time of her engagement
to the late Duko of C.nrcnco It wan
rumored, truthfully or nof, that sho
nlways preferred .(leorgc.i her pres
ent husband. Clarence gave all his
heart to Princess Hcjon L'Orlcans,
now 111 n DiicIicsh IVAoitn, and on his
deathbed ho so ronstaitly murmur
ed her namo that tho Princess May
had to he led from the room. Hhl Is
very generous to her brothers, the
Prlncos Teek, who are chronically
hard up, and when Prince Francis
got h'pefcssly In doht gambling, she
came to his rescue. Sho l3, keenly
Interested In pn'ltlos and never loses
an opportunity nt dlsuisslng It with '" of" w,a1t,ch'1
l,lr. f .I.L, nnrlv when RI,B 0n lh f!loW'
bably will be tho only monarch of
lilsllmo who has been rnurt-mnr-Haled,
spanked mid hazed,
One night ho declined (o turn nut,
as he should hnvo done, lo go nn
watch. Ills fellow middy, whom ha with typhoid
was designated to relieve nnd who
wanlcd to (urn in, endeavored to
arouse tho Prince. Tho latter, on
rerclvlng two or three good slink
Ings. opened his cjes, swore pic
turesquely, and lot drlvo his flt,nt
tho inlddy'K right optic.
The joung follow mado no loi-
ponse, but returned tq Ills post, if
sumed his watch, and thus did duty
for tho Prince. Now, If there Is enn
offense that Is heinous, according to I
midshipman ethics, It Is t ho shirk
silrltuaus. vlno'iu e.s natural ns otter of tut'es uut ot
became known he proceeded to go , ms;t (iquors, except for medic mi otter." i
about among the penn'e and. tho I mil mid sylonliiw tuirwisw "I 'wouldn't gUo n con lo hear
place tn which, his ship was tic ! n further Cerium tbnt if ry' lii(..si)l. on Mrscs, but I'd give te'i
patched en en equality with tho f.iui0n ghall ha curried ivt fit coin dollnrh to hear Moses 'on Ingersoll."
other officers. Itom Jamaica the B S,cta elcsllon. It should bfl One could t"e tho atea nccplng
Thiush wa ordered to tho weatlnrnlnl.iiv nnnctcd bv tho next Legls 'ninnir Hio I'rnr n:ne tlmo offer liiu
coaBt nt Africa and Prlnco George ii...,,.' i' ,.... manner, t far nj!omnti wm rone."
within the legislative power tui "i loft my rhcumatlr.m here.
It will liofh he effu tual nnd nffeei ' iinrinn linden Is wcl omo to It. 't
all pcop'o with .ibr!iitellinparllnllij
"n.l it fnrllier ilrclaroi that the
Oeorge paid "a visit to his brother, inporlaton of mioxlcutlng. spirit- lhln"R Inoro latching
the Duke ot Clarcp e, at Dublin. ' vlll0us nnil m)t liquors lilto lny 0Wcr."
n.irlni. Ilila i Ml Ii n tvn, nllnnbflfl I .' . ' . ...,a .1 '
.,,....,h .... ,......, ...... ....,.,-,..,. T,,rriiry, (rjccni ror nipuiciimi
was promoted to tho rank, of com
mandcr. Ho 'was then In hla ty.'cn
Upon his return to!ngland Prince
.. ....I.I U ..l.l In 1.1m .-ntnw !
Wbcii n man hai been fifty jean
nt sea he la on'y a gray nni uearded
' It wps Just like a new author.
that the ages of tho Sletnose Twlnj Thoy always think they know more
a p oapeMlvoly fifty-one nnd fifty
Up wis f.j'l rf blessed egotls-n
and placed self Importance, but n
didn't know ns much as a three-cm
"go enlarges nnd emrlchPs the
poweis ot some musical Instrument,
i linn anydedy else when they are get
ting out their first books."
lilJIj; will 'hear case
Judgo Sanfnrd I). Dolo will hear tho
ense of I.co Let against K. It. 8tack-
fever, tho effects
Ing day, the Kid whn
lMl tffitifft 1rttal.1i titt k-Aittifilitfl 4tA
She U not ai"uu "r ,'"""' UV" "i'"""' "
ivasu iu ma cumraucs, utiu suu)vt;a
leaders of cither party
happens to meet them.
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iw.rmul i,ii,!i.!"'V" " ". vj v, 4. ....-
meillatPly ileelded by tho Iiojh to,
hold n drum-head court mnrtl.il In
tho gunroom, Prlnco Oeorge was
k'own and osked tho Mayor whnt,brouh be?ore ," ,0"nd fuilty by
T-i-k. , n.. . ....... i.. ..... lunanlmotu count, nnd sentenced to
bo ipar.ked by the lad whoie fye he
h.id M.'ii l.rufd
Tlii! i().,il nitpilt
nbrond owing to brr normal, nude
monstratlvn maiinr. Onon she wan I
Fiirprlscd by an iituiFitally onthusl
astlc reception In an Australian
he, no cour- ""i. ' v
might Ip.the tcarons
tic. j-i'iiUcd- ' "Clniplv bi"iu'o you
arc the mo'li'i ot six 'hlldiun '
All Her Tii.-irt Me l)o:ccitic
H-'r ttiualtjl rilcii'Is ni li'lv r.i
Dusilnlo, the Ducbets of Potilan 1,
,tho Duchesa ot Su'hrrlapd,,Coiintcs!
Shaftesbury nnd Vlusjunleis Choi
rea, now married (o Sir iledworth
Lainbton. Sho has no use for tho
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u'ur in nn' iuiijiji mm ui'iii mi ,'
downwii d, lilln )lii. hilddy Willi the
MJi Hpy vttt iviUw his etvetes tolled up
to, his elbows, carried out the sen
tence of the gun-toom tourt. When
the Prince was (cleared he wast fu-
Inn.. mitt mn h(,I titnullflnfillnll
smart set. dresses badly nud wears " J", "" ' f n """ . '""' "V' " '
..... , , ;., .1 i nnd threatened nl sorts of thing.
' Iut h few houra nftcr ho tlipught
ho'tPi of It ciinr to hU messmate
nothing that Is nnt manufactured In
England Drought up In comparative
V . ' T. " ...r ,."".. T., CJwl'olind spunked him ,md apologize,!
u:"i."u', '""; ,,,';,;,:: ' u.e blow i.c nen him. .
r:.r.r,uc7: .:.',:";.,'.:;:,: i weii tor mug him , do double
The Ktw Kinp. '
Oeorgo Kre.aorlci"nrnest "Albort,
Prlnco of W'ales, who succeeds to
the throne, was horn nt Marybo
rough HouBp.on Juno 3, 18Gfl. III
consort Is Mhe . Princess Victoria
Mary of Teck, whom ho married In
1S93. They havo six children, ot
whom Prince Ldwnrd Albort Is Hie
eldest. Ho wjs borp In 1894 nnd
becomes thq Prlnco of Wales.
Tho now King has1- many titles,
these being, besides that of Prince
of Wales, Karl of Chester, Duko of
Cornwall and York, Duko or Hoi--say.
Prince of SaXo-Coburg nnd (lo
tha, Duke or .Saxony, Karl qf Carrlclc
nud Inverness, Ilaron of Honfrow nnd
Klllarnoy, Lord or tho Isles and
Great Steward of Scotland.
King LMward extracted a creat
del, I of zest from life. His son doos
wnitt he has to do with obvious ef
fort. ' "No other prlnco." recently
wrote Sir EdwartLHussel, "has shown
so complete a transformation fiom
exuberant nnd cheery jouth to mid-lie-aged
taciturnity ns has tho
1'rlnce ot Wnls. No nno can say
that lie Is stupid or. that ho Is n bad
man of business, but ns an Indlyli
"dual ho seems to have shrunk wjfh
Another London commentator thus
summarizes his opinion of thq Prince:
"Ills Is a mero name, n shadow to
tho Ilrltlsh public. Ho has no pres
ence or personality ,and tins only
limited Intelligent. In public ho
Jilwnjs presents a 'wooden appearance
nnd Is entirely destitute of the grn
elouBness, gojd linturo nnd tact
which render tho King so Jnteiuely
Called "Sprats" in Navv.
Tho staturo of tho new King U
-ot impressive, anu nm portraits,
like those of his first 'Cousin, thu
Cznr of Itussln, whom ho stilklngly
xeseinbles, suggest that he Is slight
nnd frail. Yet ho Is an adept In all
.kinds of sports, .rides well and bold
iy tp hounds and excels ns a, boxer.
llo acquired his knowledge of tho
mlttB while nt sua, his first Instruc
Tor brtug n well known lightweight.
In those ilas, Henry Felthanif who
who jborved for a time with him ns
It speaks vcluTica for tho new
..Ing that there Is not ono ot the
officers or men, who formerly sorved
with him In the navy who does not
speak In the highest manner of Iilm,
and It Is a pity that tho regard In
whlih ho Is held by (ho seafaring
protrusion ot Knglnnd Is not mora
widely known among tho people at
Among his superiors he was known
as pnp thoroughly jirqualn,tPd with
his work nnd well able to do each
thing required of him. t
Jan. 14, 1886, lio received nn ap
pointment (o H. M, S, Thunderer, un
der thn command of Hear Admiral
Stevenson, on tho Mediterranean
station. Owing (o the fact that the
ship was docked at Malta for repairs.
Prince Qcorgo was transforrod to the
Dreadnought, under tho command of
Henr-Admlral llcdfnrd. On that ship
he received his apiolntmont us n
regular lieutenant Aug. 1!5, 188C.
At the time tho Duko of n-
burgh, his uncle, was (ominander-ln
chief nn tho .Vcdltorranenm April
20, 1888, Prlu:o Oeorge was ap
pointed, to tho Duke'n lnghp Alex,
Moreanatic Mania ire Denied.
It yas during this period that the
stories qf his morganatic marriage
to Miss Seymour, a daughter of an
Admiral In the Ilrltlsh Navy nt Val
lettu, near Malta, began to bo heard
Tho story was authoritatively de
nied by the Ilrltlsh Admiralty.
After three q,ars of Mediterranean
service, full of much Instructive dis
cipline, Piln.o Oeorgo returned to
Hiiglnnd and volunteered for another
course of gunnery training on board
II. M. S. LxLcIlunt at Portsmouth.
Ho was then appointed to tho North
uinbcrland, Capt. D.irwln, tho Hug
ship or the Channel Squadron unilei
tho command of Vlco Admiral Ualrd
Hu was, a piomlnont figure In tne na
val manoeuvres Unit summer nnd
wus, plated In chargo of nno qt the
Ono of the most Interesting Incl
dents or his career happened shnrto
afterward, Oft tho coast of Ireland
another torpedo ,boat of tbe squad
whjch hnc clung to him for many
jcars. It was during- his 'convales
cence that tho Duko pf Clarence wns
attacked with pneumonia, to whlrh
The loss of his brother fell upon
Prince Oeorgo with overwhelming
fnr:c. lu a flash his whota future
prospects! wero completely changed.
Up to this time his naval protrpectr
hnd been his chief thought, Up to
tl'- tlmo aso bo had been jobscrved
b'l enstially by the Ilrltlsh "punllc at
la f,o. T,hatirltlh bad regarded' htm
i remote possibility In the lino
Upon tho death of his brother, the
D"ko of Clarence, Prlnco Ucorgc
mirrled Hip Pmppsi nt TccV, to wiiom
the former wn betrothed.
I'ur rontons ot stnte Princes, May
cf Teck was betrothed to Prince
Clarence In 1SB1, 'nitd tho" wcdrtlfiR'
wan fixed for Feb 7. 1s02 It wj
to have Iicpij celebrated In t
ni'Hilh lii'fofp iho marrbigi' '
tn bav I ul, en p a n nu.l dnrlni; i
visit fro-n his biotbor. Prlmip
Oeorge, tho Duke cf Clarence died
Scarcely, n month nfler hi burial'
tumors 'nroe of tho piobiblo innr
rlngo of IMnce flcorgu to hU broth
fr's Jlnnccp, Amopg tho rojnl fnm
tiles then matters are n-eu nm so
iinifli bv lenllmer.t OS dcqrre Heart
nn but 111 coclilcrc'I In nflnlrs o
stale. Ro It was that bv requeil
of tho aged Queen Victoria that the
Prlnceeo May was plighted to Prince
Nw Onren T.ikpi Ontdoar Life.
The new Queen Is n woman ot
strong vitality, a plrturo ot tho
healthy, nrtlvo Kngllshwoman. Sho
Is n flno liorsewnman and dollpliti
In nutdonr life. Htr fuvorlto char-,
lty Is iho Ncddlnwdrk Oulld, wlifth'
was Instituted by hor moiner, mo
DtieliPSs of Teck. who was Its Pre
sldent Since her mother's death,;
siie has carried on tho guild' her-,
Ono of her fads Is foot gear. She
keeps fully sixty pairs ot boots,
shoea nnd slippers In her dressing
room. Tlipsn Include saln, brocada
nnd embroidered slippers mado In
shades to match her evening gowns.
Bhn hns numerous pairs, of kid. .an
telope nud patent lentner shoes, (ii
cold weather the wears fur-llnod
When King Hdward ascended .ho
throne he sent tho future sqvorplgn
or Ungland on n 40,000-mlla trip
over tho whole Ilrltlsh Empire. ,
Greatest of Boval travellers.
The rccopt visit or tho then Prince
or Wales to Canada added cousid
erbaly, tn Hie wpnilcrful mileage rec
ord which piukvi lib; Iloyal High
ucsi the greatest traveller of all the
toyal faml'les. Ills. Ilaicnnte, cruise,
vylth the present Czar, when both
wero much jonngcr, represented na
fewer than 54,17U miles.
Dm Ing hls'rolonlnl tour, six year
ago, he nnd tho Princess travelled'
over 45,000 miles, of which Sfi.OOt ,
wpro by sea, nnd In all thoie Jour,
noylngs, with the exception of Port
3.ild, ho never set fi.o; on any lam'
ydioro tho Union Jack did not fly. ,
Again, on his fnmqus trip tp India
ho tmvelled 8.807 miles by rnllwny,
alone. He spent twenty-eight nights.
In tho train, delivered f.fty jtpeei'fiVk (
and performed n multitude of cere
tor scientific purposes, should he pro
hibited by Congress,
"To Hint nnd It Invite; the """
nest cooperation of nil who nrp In
appord with this dePlnnillon
wn nil I had to notably those ot the violin, but It able and i.isirict uorncy i.rfcsons
UrOUKIll IUr UUIllHHI.- Ill BCHlllllil l,r-
Judge Hnbprtcon Is dlsqinllflcd from
hearing Iho case nnd so Judge Dolo
was llttli'i but II
give. I should liked lo leave wmu- teems to set the pianos teeth o-i
lull ii wns noi uukc
1 ' "I nm a Yankee of tho Yankees, n
There wero mi liackr.icn, iiaci.n practical man nearly barren of sen
I said It tliupiit or poetry; lu other wonU,
my father a n liliickHinith, mv
big- uncle a bono doctor nnd I was
ger nolso bo nukes and the higher both
or omnibuses on tho pier.
was llke'belng In heaven.
"TJio lets n man knows tho,
will sit, Juno C being tho date set fa.
the opening of tho trial. ,
It's caBy to prescribe a remedy for
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..... .... iiiiii'r iiruiiii u inn. c.
D,il,r I... ofimiiintiila . . I l(-Plinr illilti I Drum In lip lirilllw ... ... .T.
, m i -..-.j , . -.- ,., -, , " , . ., .1.1. Never Judge n man's worm ny inn
man at to got his bark i.P "TUe place Is ns -lark ns tho In- enough In tin entire nursery r. ba insurance ho carries. ,
wleurl' told to hump h.ne.f M..e of .....del." a , s h boo b,U ,ou jll I mhid ,, wfrry ,,, ym,r wn f
.Tho nlrs of n svlMuudr, man nro "Hpttaphs nre cheap nnd t icy .'.o n tern Uttlmw II c; fnr ou w.' neral You will be present, o
mostly of the fresh or hot brand. a poor chap n world or good nter r ns were . i " "m " C0ltrs0l )U iha proceedings will not
astly or the irtsn or nm ui.uui. i .uu. i...i . , . . . .
The hedgehog and tho porcupine he's dead, especially If ho l.n.1 Iwrl J" '."""llea II
e trulv n nrlckly pair. Huck while ho was nllve. I wish ynimetrj nnilspoueu n.
mn Ips hive more to do with love-1 they wero mod more." I "Chambermaids nre dead to
making than facts..
111.1 1 I L-M , , , . ,,
iiuurt-'iii juu m uii,
I ' ' ll
cvcry( JHr"For Rsnt" cards on sale at
ihf Bullftln ntflft
i "i.'iiin is iruniiPii a murnerar "
1 Siv "' v $ks. f- ' ' V1 ' - Jy ',W
liim.vVK ltm w r vv vW
lsXrV. H-vst. w vv 2
tflBBsW bIBbiUbiH Hsl flsl sVHbiiw IbIbiVbSH -Hisk ba sfjg 3K.iHHHHH bVHbIbiiW ." fi
rLAINIUE.riw ;.: :
A Bailor on board tne Uachante. He ron was dlsauled and began to drlf
remains to this day exceedingly rapidly shoreward, Tho sea was run
lulclc with his fists, and enjoys no-nng high and the wlud was uiowlne
iiijiijf bo iuucii us u num. wiui "" . neaviiy. ai.iiis ovn roqucx i-rincv
1ovch, sparring with his equerries.
While dn tho ;iavy he assoclatoa
on .terms of perfect equality with
his myss-mutes, nmong whom he wni
George was sent to her assistance
Owing to the dell:ate nature of. tbr
torpedo boat's ranstructlon tio tasV
wus n most dlffluiilt pna. Ii carry
knowiUot any rate when a midship-( Ing out this tatk I'rlnpo Oeorge
man; ai'd even ns ft lieutenant, b'ehowed great skill, Judgment ana
nicknames jiiore suggestive than po- nerve. Ho ultimately towed tio dls
lite, tho bu't kuoVn belng--that of abled craft Ipto safety.
"Sprats." v J This act won for him high praltt
It was while a' member of tho .from tho Admiralty pud from hit?
gun-roum staff on pard the liac- superior officers., The net was all
chaute that the startll.'c news was thu more noteworthy, ns Prince
received In England that hit bad had
his royal noso tattooed by his fellow.
middles with tho sign of the arrow.
Oeorgo Buffered greatly from tea
sickness, and It Is a well known fact
that the behavior of a torpedo boat
which figures on Ilrltlsh Government; In heavy weather U not at all ton
property and on tho garb of con- duplvo to comfort,
vlcts, As ho had given evidence 0f ox-
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ho could urlder . the prohibition
plan, he would undoubtedly Iw
lodged lu Jail.
The allure cr the Havnllaus ot
llllo to icupcnd to tho urging of
Agent Nnkookco has produced a
statement that, sheds further light
jn thu icniaiknblo difference of opin
ion as to what Woulloy actiiall)
;lans lo du. In splta of the down
lEht plank In tho platform, pledg
'ng thu prolillj tlonl's to work
igalnst Impprtnllqn, Kukonkoo's tin
lerstandlng' ntlll Is that It Is simply
in nntl-salccn campaign,
"They have had a wrpng Impre?
l9n hero,'' Dll,i tlakookoo last week,
when ubUbiI lf.lt wero true that tno
Aork of oiganlztnc a club had not
bceu u particularly glorloii success.
'The IlnwalUns bote thought that
.vo meant to stop them from drink
Ing altogether. Of course, that Is
not tbe Idea. Keu If tho bill we,
uro working for passes, the pcoplu
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