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EVfiMINd nui-LEflS'. HGNoLl'Ll'. - H Mrs-nV JULY is. isJiO
i.i i tim n -'
To have a FIRE EXTINGUISHER in
Mr. Thomas Hollinger's house at Kap
iolani Park was saved through the
thoughtfulness of his daughter and the
use of an extinguisher.
If it hadn't been for the Fire Extin
guisher the house would have un
undoubtedly been in ashes.
Protect yourself by buying a BADGER FIRE
EXTINGUISHER before a fire visits you.
J. A. Gilman, agent
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr, Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby,, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
--Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
The Improved Tungsten lamp
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
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ffle Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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LITTLE TO SAY
(Continued from Fage 1)
"I was then' for moral ilnyn," tlio
, "Olllclnlly wn- you tlioro or only
j "Tlioro was notlilng Important In
my visit. I miw President Tatt, tlio
Secretary of the Interior and Chief of
the rteclnnintlnn Service. Hawaii gen
erally win dlsetiHKed lint iioltilnr; of
public Importance was under consid
eration." "What about the rollect'orshlp of In
ternal Uni'imc here, do you know
anything of the next eollector?"
"NothltiB at all. I don't know who
Ik to bo appointed."
"It Is rumored that Chief Justice
Hartwell Is to resign his position. Is
that so 7"
I "Not to my know ledge. I have, not
1 "In regard to the public building,
In there anything new In that proposi
"There was appropriated $150,000
for the Federal building here and nil
appropriation uiado for the llllo
building. I see some people Imo even
been Ulssatlslled that the money for
the Mahukn slto Is forthcoming from
If ho did anything In Washington
he Is keeping It to blmsnlf most sec-ri-tliely.
He did say, dcllnltely, how
ever, that It was hot during the time
he was In the Kust, Insufferably hot.
Mott-Smlth had that broom alt
ready and laid on the Gubernatorial
desk rubbing In the fact of Harvard
making n-rlean Bwecp and still bolng
In the lead In athletics and that crim
son ribbon brought a wan smllo to
tlio face of the Chief llxuciltho of
Claudius Mcllrldo was also at the
steamer to extend greetings.
AGAIN ON PROHIBITION
(Continued from Pace 4)
.Veirrtlit'Ie, Japanese remain unanimous as cut the vie re, ng.tlnit
prohllilllon. While mliiilttlm; Hip gcnulncm-Hs of pnrpoM m the part of the
prnlilhlllouNtx urn) glilug them full credit for the iruoil Intentions on Ihclr
part to rllmlimt n Mirl.il evil, Japanese cannot reconcile to tlio Idea of prohi
bition through ii radical legislation. ' ' '
As vie luiw repeatedly cxpretsed In tlirsp column, vte Japanese bcllee
Hint (lie question iu.iterl.illy iiiYrclliig n large portion of the population,
"liclhir llioj he (Willi or oIIiithNc, should mil be ilcdilcd Million I ii due
conslilcratliin being glteu to the consequences upon them Mho constllnte an
Important (lenient In the building up lif Hie different Industries ullhln the
It seems rather slrange that eicn stirli cxhiiustlie and scholastic articles
iin prepared Ii) .Mr. Thurston, hale cnllrcly eiadcd Japanese or labor nspcrls
of Hie (iicsllon. Su long us ive constllnte an Important elcnunt In the Jmlns.
trial future of the ImIuikIn; m long as Hie rapacity nf the Japanese laborers
for niirl. vnVrN Hie annual balance xlireM of the numerous romnicrrlal, as
will us agricultural companies In Hie Islands, upon vihlch also depends Hie
Millie or frin of fortune for almost etcr)bndy In llavtall, Hie iiacstlon lion
ii proposed Irglslatloir villi affect us should not be, Ignored by n statesman
like .Mr. Thurston. We do not hold for n minute that vie lime right to he
considered politically, but hi- do ay that Mich ii iirMlon as In confronting
iin at present sliould be carefully considered from mi economic standpoint, us
uell as from the sentimental.
In our opinion Hie question of prohllilllon for Hnvtiill Is of too illnl a
nature us lull n of too nlde n kcojic, to be dealt viltli nlmpl from moral or
sociological standpoints. shoiibl be ronsldirrd more curt-full) from ero.
nomlc point of Ie for Hie return that the economic consequences hear
Ulrcrll) upon the social and moral, :is mil as upon Hie political slluatlon. .
We fe.ir unfnneru results upon Industrial conditions nlilcli may follou
(ho enactment of such radical legislation as the proposed prohibition foi
IIiimiiII. We fear mid antlclpale that our laboring class nlll Mifl'er greatly
when prohllilllon Is enforced; and Hint their present cupacll) for nnrk nlll
In our first article, In nlilcli vte explained scleral reasons vtby hake
drinking Is n necessity to the Japanese laborers on Hie plantations, no stated
'that to them sake drinking Is almost u second nature, and as Important to
them ns their rice mid hot hath to nlilcli I hey are accustomed from their
Mr. Vooitrufi In his "llxpanslon of liaccs," diiells on the necessity of
alcohol drinking for laboring men, particularly In u tropical climate, wry
much In a same manner ns nc haie explained It In our article. He Kays:
"Almost iik Important as the food In Hie tropics Is tlio question of alcohol.
The exhaustions must bo combatled In ctery nay, and the Increasing iimount
of evidence iin to (he itecesslt) for u little alcohol nllh meals, only emphasizes
the Impossibility of acclimatization and colonization. Where alcohol Is a
necessity normal llilug Is an Imposslhllll),
fin April, 11)00, th nrlter first called attention lo tlio need nf alcohol to
combat Hie exhaustion due to our ph) steal iinlltiie.is for tropical conditions.
This rather took the brculli ami) from the home folks nho had never lived
In (he tropics, and nho believed that iin centuries of experience kliovved that
excessive amounts of alcohol are more harmful than at home, therefore small
amounts urc. also harmful. The) did not appreciate (he fact that It had
never been shown Hint small amounts were either harmful, harmless or use
ful. The did not see that their attitude mis the sumo as advocating total
abstinence from water because so mail thousands were jearlj drowned la
It, or having no heating arrangements In our houses at home because so mini)
were destrojed hj lire, or advising perpetual rest lit lied because so many
were ruined b) excessive exertion In the tropical sun. They did not under
stand the axiom that ever) uecessll) of life Is fatal In excess, nor Is corollary,
things fatal In large amounts like quinine ma) be occaslonall) necessary In
small amounts. They did not apparently know that though meat Is good food,
too much Is fatal, mid the vim' may he said of starch and sugar mid fut.
They forget that even water nui; kill If too much Is administered.
".More evidence was published In the evr York Medical Kecord, In Ilia;,,
mid since then even more has been discovered. The de.itlls do not concern
us. We are only Interested In the fact that tropical experts lire drifting to a
gradual iicceptaiue of Hie Increasing muss of proofs, (hut u verj small dull)
'dose of alcohol, with meals, after the he.it of the day, Is u necessity for the
majority of Northern t)pes In the tropics . The medical profession Is almost
unanimous In opinion that where nliohol Is necessary, life Is abnormal."
Added to the above reisous, sale dilulilug Is our custom, whhh wo can
not so easily dispense with, anil u habit, which Is stronger than nature.
To drprlto them of this little comfort, vthlrh through uistoin has become
Indispensable to the Japanese who have few other comforts In a laud far
nv.ii) from their own, and to Ignore n life-long habit would cerlnlnli he lo the
I disadvantage of the cmplo)cr In many nii)N now uuthoiighl of.
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