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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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FRIDAY w . c.i . .
Men live best upon a little; na
turc( has given to all the privilege
of being happy, if they but kn$w
how to use their gifts. Claudianus.
Allan Herbert 1ms tultl the people
In San Francisco Hint Iltiwnll will
lielp litem got lli oxpnaltlon. Tlini
(let something besides lutnl In t lie
Nuitnnii water service, and then
there tuny be t lino to talk about
fails In .water sstcm management
that saddle the commuters with moro
Kvoryone believes that tho hllnil
pigs anil spenk-ensles will tako raro
of themselves itmer I'roltlhl t ton, as
promised liy tho local' Prohibition
Ists llllnd pigs always grow fitttn
every Prohibition Slate. """ '
President Waldron of tho Mer
flint) Ik' Association Is satisfied with
tho present lnelhnil of controlling
tho liquor' trainr. Thai Is what you
hear on sill Hides among lint cltl
zens who liellevo In fair laws and
honest enforcement. That Is why
tho nverago citizen will voto "No"
to Woolley's request through Con
gress for an opinion on Prohibition.
Word comeg from, California that
'William Kent has consented to tie
come a candidate for tho Ueputillcan
nomination to Congress for the Sec
ond Callftimla district. Mr, Kent
will oppose Congressman McKlnlay.
"Vo can not deny that Congressman
McKIttlay has ' been n very pood
friend or Hawaii, liiit It Is certain
that Kept has n great many friends
In this Territory who hope to see,
him land jn Congress. They will
be certain that Hawaii will get a
lair deal and only the big grafters
need he afraid.
t . .
Here Is an utterance from Dr.
Robert Kills Thompson, principal of
tho Philadelphia Hoys' High School,
that t wo commend to tlto perustfl ot
the people, young and old, who be
lieve, that the beauty and excellence
of n school Is best Judged by the
amount of money (lashed by Its' pu;
jilts and the expense of' Its func
tions accompanying graduation ex
ercises: "Some American colleges
are ruined by fnlsely set high stand
ards of living. These .standards are
set by sons and daughters of rich
jnen who have moro money than Is
good' for them, and tho mass of, tho
nf talents aro guilty of the worst
form of moral cowardlco In falling
to stand against such falso Ideas.
"Yale, Is tho very worst of our Amer
ican colleges In this respect. or
tho colleges for women Smith Col
lege Is tha worst. Sons nnd daugh
ters of New York, n rich nnd, ex.
travagant cIbbs, arc responsible for
tho terribly demoralized Ideas among
tho . BtudRitts of 'theso two Institu
Whllo traveling through Maine
not Jong ago I was seized with an
attack of tolloy.wobbles. Now, al
though 'Maine Is a prohibition State,
I thought I might be able to get a
little, nlfohollc stlmulent that would
lielp me, so I said to a policeman:
"Can, you tell mo If there's any
place whore I can get u llttlo whls
lioyt 1 am feeling very III."
"Do ,you seo that little church
down tho street?" asked the olllcer.
"Yes: but surely you don't mean'
to say that I can get a drink or
whiskey In a church?"
".'o, sir," said the cop, "but a
church Is tho only place In Maine
where you can't' got It." Ucirgc
Tho most comfortably dressed
people I ever saw aro tho Sandwich
Islanders. When they wunt to dress
up and got a little warmer they
clap on a pair of spectacles. Mark
I have secrr It Btated In print Hint
as a boy I had been guilty of steal
ing peaches, apples and watermel
ons, f wish now, however; to make
an honest statement, which is: that
I do not bollovo In till my checkered
farcer havo I' stolen a ton of
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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tntcrtd at tht Postoffic it-HoDotuio
u iccomlliti nutter.
MONKEYING WITH THE WATER
Superintendent of Public Works
Marstou Campbell, In an Interview
published In this paper, says that
lie believes ill the adoption of the
meter system for the water consum
ers of Honolulu.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works Is entitled to his opinion, but
he may take it for granted that If
he, ns a public olllclal, attempts io
torco the water meter upon the con
sumers of Ibis city, ho and the Ter
ritorial administration for which he
has the honor to speak at the pres-
nut tlmo will find this the warmest
town they have ever struck about
election tlmo. '
.T.he, Superintendent of Public
WoTkshas monkeyed with the water
rates and -the general development
of (he water system until there are
mighty few people who have) nliy
confidence In' tho declarations made
from tlmo tn tlmo as "regards past
conditions or Ibo promises ns to fu
One thing It will be well for the
Superintendent of Public Works and
the Territorial officials to bear very
much In mind. tf '
Under the law that makes tho
water BystenV of this city Independ
c. t of detailed legislative appropria
te n, the , executive department
sought to establish -,tlio principle of
continuing 'appropriations In the
management of bureaus.
Generally speaking tho principle
Is good, hut Its virtue Is coextensive
only with the horse senso nnd Judg
ment of" the executive officers In
charge, of the bureau. They can
not ride rough-shod over the people
wth pompous (mandates and flam-
buoyant generalities about the peo
ple not knowing what Is good for
It there Is any doubt of this In
executive 'circles, they might Just as
well start In on the water .system
as .an experiment and sod where they
will land In. the next election nnd
the next Legislature.
MR. LANE, THE HAWAIIANS, AND
John Lano Is not only right In
his conclusion that the farce of Pro
hibition is not for the best Interests
of tho people of 'Gils' Territory, but'
he Is also right In his statemeut
that It Is the duty of public men,
mou with the. courage of their "con
viction, to state. Jhejr yevik openly,
This l'rohlbltlonproposltlon as It
now presented to the people of this
Territory Is one that strikes at the
very foundations of public morals,
nnd the rlghta.ot the citizen, as well
as the reputation of our people
abroad. Success for Prohibition
i M ,i i f.
peaches. Mark Twain.
I was nearly drowned seven limes
before I learned to swim. I do not
now remember who thei people were
who Interfered with -the Intentions
of a Providence, .wiser., than them
selves; but I hold a grudge against
them. I told a parson about my
seven narrow escapes and he said
he didn't believe It. The' very next
year ho slipped an tho1 Ice and broke,
his ankle. Mark Twain.
I- would have been a better man
If I had had a chance, but things
havo always been against me. I
never' had ttuy parents, hardly, only
Just a father iind mother and so
I had to struggle on the best way I
could. Mark Twain.
Gentlemen and Doctor: I am glad
to bo among my own kind tonight.
I was once a sharpshooter, but now
I practise a much higher and equal
ly as deadly a profession medicine.
We havo n criminal Jury system
superior to any In the" world. Its
( efficiency Is only marred by the dif
ficulty of finding twelvo men every
dny who "don't know anything and
.can't read, Mark; Twain.
ftCT. hrt c-rtdt?? c? th? VcC't
tty sjijfcii -. T.Wfctr-jttV i fcs.".j
jtvlrs rf-iit ';'" ? tli sV-
tS !. i f:tf! r-'-.ttis "VS'.-fl
Wif'thilr ittrr.cr.t Influent r.smc
aptnljV.nnd oilier secretly In re
strict th'p',prlvllegrs of Ibo HMzpns
nt mis jermory; u means inh en
dorsement nf hypocrisy under n law
which tho leading Prohlbltlniilsls
themselves have no Idea of obeying
either personally or In the manage
ment of their Industrial enterprises.
Consequently, tbn man who falls
to" declare himself, who evades tho
Issue for fear of Its orrert on his
''political future" and tries to get
Mil from under, that man Is by
such action stamped as a weakling,
and otic not wanted In public life.
No ono wlil question Mr. Lane's
deep senso of responsibility for tho
Hawaiian people as n race. Ho 1?
a Hawaiian who hnH worked for thn
Hawaiian nnd fought for tho Ha
waiian at nil times. He Is Jealous
of their good name as Americans, and
demand their recognition on per
fect equality with nil American cit
izens new nnd old, citizens by birth
and citizens by adoption. Ho be
lieves In law and order and tho pro
tection of tho home. And thorn Is
not tho slightest question Hint ho
represents tho spirit and tho senti
ment of a large number of tho
bright, Intelligent and worthy Hawaiian-Americans
who nra now and
will continue to bo foremost tn tho
affairs nf this Territory, j
Mr. Lane's position ns wo under
stand It Is that bo believes In tho
control of the liquor traffic by laws
thatmeet tho practical needs nf tho
situation ns shown by experience. '
Ho Is opposed to rule of the. thumb;
iio Is opposed to rulo by a prejudiced
few;' ho Is opposed to hypocrisy In
government and 'of necessity ho Is
therefore opposed to Prohibition nnd
Its forerunner, government by com
ROOSEVELTAND THg GUILDHALL
1 Until they understand tho ispnil-
sacred atmosphere., that surrounds
the famous London Guildhall, It Is
hard for tho nvcrnge Americans to
appreciate why the Kngllsh people
should become bo excited over, the
action of cxrl'resldent Roosevelt In
selecting tho occasion of his being
honored with the freedom of tho
city of' London ns the tlmo. and place
for lilm to tell his Drltlslt cousins
how to, run things over In Kgypt,
In tho. Kngllsh mind this famous
civic palace Is chlolly associated
with tho great banquet on Ixird
Mayor's ilav, November 9, when Im
portant political pronouncements nro
frequently mado by members of tho
government.' It has boon tlto bceho
(if sonic of tho most stirring episodes
in Kngllsh history. Within Its walls
nearly every crowned head In Eu
rope has been feted. All tho lead
ing' British 'statesmen) soldiers aim
sailors of this and many preceding
generations havo here been honor
ed with the freedom of tho city.
The earlier Guildhall, 'commences
nbout 1411 on 'the site, of what an
ancient chronicler describes as an
"pylde nnd lytell cottage," was near
ly destroyed uy mo groat nro 01
tic?, but was rebuilt In 10C9. Tho
great hall Is used for, tho election
of tho lord mayor and sheriffs and
members of parliament for tho city.
In the gallery nt tho west end are
the' colossal figures of Gog and Ma
gpg, sald.'lo represent n Saxon nnd
an ancient Ilrlton. They nro four
teen feet six Inches high and were
.carve'd. by ono Captain Richard
Saunders in 1708. Formerly wlck
erwork' figures of tbeio unprepos
sessing Individuals were carried In
Lord MAyors' processions. Klectrlc
nt ' k
' ' ' FOR'HENT: , 1,
Manoa Valley 3 $40
Matlock Avenue .2 25
Matlock Avenue 3 30
Alexander Street 5 GO
LunalilQ Street 3 25
Niiiianu. Street 7 CO
'FURNISHED: . w.
Manoa Valley 3 60
Young Street 2 30
....FPU. SALE,: T --r-
Improved and unimproved proner-'
ty in Manoa, Kaimuki, Palolo, and
To buy a small house and lot in
good neighborhood, v.
Fort and Merchant Streets j
HOME FOR SALE
This property consists of n mod
ern 0-room bungalow, on car line.
Modern plumbing; finishing is' in
natural wood, Lot contains about
10,000 square feet; alligator pear
trees, mango trees and orange trees
were planted some years ago and are
now bearing. Artesian water -is se
cured in abundance and at a nom
inal rate from private j artesian well
in adjoining, lot." This, bargain .'is
only for a short time. ,,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ten (10) Room
' HouSc In
Modern and in Best of
Largo Grounds (45,000 sq.
ft.), Orowlng Trees, Garden,
Chicken Corrals, etc.
Kntlro grounds nil fenced
and well Improved.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' BETHEL STREET-
lights' aro turned on to display their
The window behind. i n memorial
to the Prlnco. Consort i ''whllo that at
tho eastern "end was' given by the
cnpln of Lancashire Ins nil ac
knowledgment of tho rlty's bonevo
lenco during tho great cotton fain.
Iiie, of lSC-ri. Tho hall will nc
commodato 7000 persons.
When Kaiser .Wllliclm of Germany
was entertained at the. -tllldlmll his
reception was a. tnos brilliant .anil
Impressive affair. ..Ills, progress
through Oxford street,, on hls,.way
to, the city was attonded by wonder
ful demonstrations! on tho part of
tno people of London. Tho Kaiser,
speaking In the Guildhall, pledged
himself to tho groat Idea with which
Mr. Hooseveit's namo Is associated
tho Idea of universal, peace. Tlip
Kaiser reminded lila hearers- that
seventeen years before ho had bIooiI
on tho samo spot and 'had pledget,
himself to tho samo Idea.
"Bovonteon years havo passed,"
cald his 'majesty, "and tho pledge I
gavo Is not broken, I reaffirm It
with emphasis this day."
Is It then to bo wondered at
tho Londoners assembled In tho
Guildhall should conto' near to fall
ing oft their chars when this fel
low citizen of ours, fresh from tho
wjlds of Africa and bo recently n
special ambassador of tho United
States Government, shonljl launch
i Jt - A
VjTTTn ' '.Vr 1 , . ) ' ,,
It's a great' comfort to know that
'you can communicate with friends
at sea and on the other, islands by
Ofllcc open on Sunday from 8 to
10 a. m.
forth Into" a criticism of tho govern
ment of Kgypt?
It Isn't that ho has not n perfect
right to his opinion, but rather tho
liinpproprintcncss of tho occasion to
express it, that a rouses the hosts.
And it mny be that he will ha cred
ited with having spoken thus In or
der to make his German friend
ncross the channel cbucklo whllo
tho llrltlsh cousins squirm.
Ah for Americans goncrally, they
mny dlfTer on Hooseveit's apprecia
tion of tho rules of common cour
tesy, hut they will unite In thn sen
timent that tho rulo of Kgypt by
Great Ilrltaln Is no moro tho busi
ness of tho American people tbnn
tlo Territory or Hawaii Is n proper
subject for some passing llrltlsh
guest to comment upon.
Roosevelt In this Instnnco is
Roosevelt pure and simple. He does
not voice the American sentiment.
Tho charge of 'jutt-lnsky may havo
been occatlot:ai.y thrown nt Ameri
cans, but It has never been mado tn
Americans nro likely to good-naturedly
say, "Go II, Thondoto; but
wo guess you bad betjer romo
-iOJT HARBOR RATES
(Continued from Paee 1.)
list' t .jr everyone," he con
tinue.! In speaking further of tho meters',
which ho says aro uscxl In practically
all mainland cities, with tho ex
ception of the .smaller ones, M,r.
Campbell stated that many requests
wero coming In tor them to. bo In
stalled uvery tow days. Under tl0
.llnt.Tate system n tenement houso
pays a certain amount for each six
months In advance, nnd If tho houso
should be vacant nii(l no wator used,
tha money has, been paid nnd there
Is no rphnte, bo tho owner loses.
Tho meter ruto to bo charged,
says Campbell, Is seven und one-naif
cents for each thousand gallons
which Is the lowcBt rnto of any city
In the United States, Duffalo nnd
Rochester, N. Y., being the nearest
to tlils rate. Tho general rate In
mainland cities Is front twenty to
slxty-llvo cents for each thousand
Jn speaking of tho flat rato now
charged, Superintendent Campbell
Btated. that In San 1'ranclBco. for
example, for an ordinary houso nnd
lot tho rnto would ,bp slxty-flvd dol
lars ji year, where licro It was but
With tlie uso of n motcr tho rato
hero would bo Bllghtly reduced, ho
contended. To support this argu
ment, Superintendent Campbell stat-
, ed 'that two years ago be put a meter
'on tho supply at his houso nnd hli
bill hud decreased' from fifteen dol-
jlars, 'the flat rato, to from twelvo
and one-hall' to. thirteen dollars.
I 't'Hpro Is a funny thing," he Bald;
', "tho meter rato decreases tho reve
nue of tho 'department, but It also
decreases' tho oporatlng expenses In
(hat 'less water Is used and less
. work. Is necessary to keep the city
supplied with water. When a mini
. pays n flat rato ho cures nothing for
,leaky fixtures which Wjist,o a largo
amount ot water, and although this
waste nitty bo but llttlo In each
building, In tho aggregato It mounts
up' to many thousands of gallons for.
the whole clty.i Onco a man takes
his wotcr by meter bo watches tho
wasty nnd bus leaky fixtures repair
ed so that bo pays for nothing he
'docs not get."
Thd nvcrage annual Income up to
last .year from tho water system
amounted to $120,000, und for the
year ondlng with Juno 30, 1910, It'
will reach the total of, $133,000.
On account of stopping of waste-and
tho payment by each party under an
equal rnto, the rovenuo will Increase
Bomowhat, and provide money for
th.9 lrnrcn:? ?! tb.1? lyjtcm to twl9
i Ttrt are V.'t :hm u.'tyj v u
tttvidsi ht li th mtrtr i:ivt
from 'ater rats'?.", jitj Campbell
mo cost or maintenance, interest
on bonds, nnd tho final redemption
or bonds; nnd thi'srt will nil bo pro
vided ror rrom now on nnd IJtern
Will be molicy to Increase the sys
tem."' Ily tho equalization of rates which
Is Io go Into effect next month,
wnitn people Will pay more than In
lie past, but thcru will be many
olberH who will pay less, according
''The water rales In Honolulu nro
nlnety-flvo per cent, lower than In
tho nvcrago cities on tlto mainland,'
said tho superintendent In response
tb n question, "and, furthermore,"
ho continued, "from nil the reports
that I hnvo been able to get bold or
covering a period or .Fevornl years,
there has never been n enso or ty
phoid Tevcr III Honolulu traced to
the water 'supply as Its source."
Tltero will nover be a total sup
prcsslon or the Irrigation privilege
again, Mr. Campbell stated, owing
to tho tact or nn Increased water
supply. Tho Nttiianu dam now has
30 feet 10 Inches of water in It, and
tho reservoir has an nraa of 20.92
acres, this giving n supply ot 1 40,-
000, 000 gallons.
Speaking further of tho Increased
supply, tho head of the public works
department staled that the. hoard of
supervisors was now saving $070
each month rrom tho 'pumping cost
to the city, which would iaj' a re-,
turn on tho Investment of tho cost
of the dam of five per cent, pci
"Aro tho rates on tho wntcrfronl
to he decreased?" was asked Super
"Not during' the n'cxt'slx months,"
ho replied, "but I hope, that these
outrageous rates to tho shipping
may bo decreased within a year. Do
you know that It costs ns much for
tno water a steamer tnnes on at una
port as tho company gets tronf three
round. trip pnssiigcs 'th San Kran-
Cisco?" ho- said. ''wo aro all tho
tlmo asking utcatnshlp people to give
us n better passenger service to the
Coast, nnd yet wo continue to hold
them Up In the matter ot the water
which they take on hero.
"Tho waterfront pays the depart
ment during ,a year one-Uilrd of the
total amount received from all
sources ror water, and yet the
amount of water used on the front
torn year Is less than that used In
tho city In one day. That Is not a
fair deal, and 1 hnpo that In the
near fitluro nn adjustment may bo
mado that will give thu wntorrront
a squaro deal," ho concluded;
"DRYS" SCARCE ON
, ' STEAMER SIERRA
(Continued from Pago 1.)
which, with but n single exception,
are for tho von Hamm-Yot'tng com
pany. Tho Sierra sailed from San Fran
cisco with two hundred uvnllablo pas
scngcr accommodations unoccupied.
A good sized mainland mall arrived
by tho vessel.
Mrs. K. V, Ilorgcr, tho former man
ager 'or tho Associated Charities or
Honolulu, has returned after an nb
senco or over two years spent on tho
Miss Margaret Crctghton, who has
been nttendlng school at Ilerkoley,
was n returning passenger by tho Sier
ra. Miss Grclghton will remain at
Honolulu during tlto summer months
visiting at too nomo oi ncr ntoincr.
Mrs. L. Ir. Cockroft Is tho wire of
General Passenger Agent Cockroft ot
San Francisco, representing tho Oco
ante Steamship lines. Mr. Cockroft
will como down fo Honolulu' on. tho
next Wllhclmlnn nnd Join his family
Joo Cohen and Mrs. Cohen nro back
from n rew weeks visit to San Fran
cisco. Tho local theatrical Impresario
has. arranged ror a company of twenty
WHEN you purchase a fine
Watch, you want one
that will last for
years; one that will
give satisfaction under all
conditions, Howard watches
have the reputation of bein"
accurate timekeepers, and,
with the proper care, will
last, a lifetime or longer.
They cost a little more than
other makes of watches, but
they are worth more. We sell
Howards at the factory price,
and have a large stock on
hand at all times,
H. F. Wichman
$ Co.. Ltd.,
r - i
Thirteen Hundred Souls
(n Board Troopship
Roventy.flvo enlisted Vnen belong
Ing to thn llnllcil Slates Marino corps,
who hnvn been stationed nt Olnngnn
and Cnvllo, Philippine; Islands, for n
term o! duty, havo arrived at Honolu
lu as relnfoi cement for tho locnl corps.
Theso men reached port this' morn
ing ns part of tho complement of olfl
ecrs nnd enlisted "men on board tio
United Slntos army transport Slier
man, Tho Sherman Is returning from tho
Philippines bearing tho headquarters,
hand and enlisted men of Iho Fourth
IT. 8. Infantry. In addition in tho of.
tlccrs lltero nro 753 men belonging
to this organization now traveling to
Iho homeland by lb6 troopship.
Tho Sherman sailed from' Manila nn
Mny 14". Tho vessel spent ono day nt
Marlvcles qnarniitlno station and then
proceeded lo Nagasaki, Japan. Hero
two days wero' required to load suffi
cient coal lo carry tho troopship ncross
tho I'aclllc nnd hack. Tho voyapo up
from Manila to the Japanese port was
plonsnnt. Considerable rough weather
was met with nrter leaving Nagasaki.
Tho transport covered tho dlstnnco
between tho last named port nnd Hono
lulu In thirteen days nnd twenty
hours and arrived1 off tho iort at an
early hour this morning. Tho Sher
man Is nt tho Nnval wharf and her
departure for San Francisco fs, an
nounced for 5 o'clock this evening.
Tho complete list of all classes of
passengers includes 120' in thn cabin,
75 Intermediate and 1191 In tho steer
ago, n total of 13SI? persons.
Colonel lCdwIn II. Ilolton Is tho
ranking ofllccr on board. Ho Is In
command of1 tho Fourth lufnnlry, now
en ronto to. station on tho mainland
nTter two years lour or duty In Iho
Philippines, ; ,
Thero aro but tow civilian or Phil
ippine Insular government employees
on board the vessel owing to the very
stringent rule now In rorco which reg
ulates transports ror tho use of tho
army nnd navy.
Tho Sherman will tako six first,-ono
second and thirty-four steorago pas
sengers' upon sailing for the coast this
T1IK ARRIVAL or tho American
schooner Alice Ctfoko nt Port Town
Hotul yesterday Is reported. Tho ves
sel sailed rrom Honolulu on May 7,
alter having discharged, a shipment of
lumber rit ths .port.
Teacher Wha(, can wo do with
our useless organs? Little Kben -Trade
'em ror phonographs, of
tt u t: t: n :: :: :: :':.:: t: :: ::
vaudovlllo performers who may fol
low on tho next .trip of tho Sierra.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Falrwcathcr nro
tho parents of Dr.Normnn Falrwcathcr
and will spend sovcral weeks visiting
with' their son.
R. II. Marriott, who arrived on tho
Sierra, Is a brother ot tho editor of
tho 8an Francisco Nows Letter,
"Pop" Spltzer, tho well known bus
iness man, Is back from n brief visit
to tho' coast.
After nn nbsenco of over flvo yonrs
from Honolulu, Peter Peacock, n broth
er of' tho lato Walter C. Peacock, Is
revisiting tho sceno of his early' boy
hood. Mr. Peacock Is down' hero on
a combined business and pleasure trip.
Mrs, Archlo Young' and throp chil
dren returned from tho const by tho
John A. "Voting, of Young Brothers,
has completed arrangements whllo on
the const for tiio installation ot a fine
now cnglno In ono of his fleet or har
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