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THURSDAY ,,.. -- . ,.... AUGUST,, 1910
Even the most refined and polished'
if men seldom conceal any of the
acrificts they make, or what it costs
o make them. This is reserved for
vomen, and is one of ihe many proofs
hey give of their superiority in all
natters of affection and delicacy.
t. A Willmott.
All falr-dcnllng Republicans agree
rlth tlfo Manoa Republicans who re
uso to, be Shanghaied by a self-con
tltutcd party boss. y
Don't umlto any mistake, about It,
herds more than the Manoa tecord
ar' hottest Republicans who wnin n
quare .ueai, to iook into,
jltcpitbllcaii votern only nsk-foyn
iuhro donl nnd u polltlcnl gatno that
I'opcn and nbovc board. . ( th
aji not be hud from the TioAs, the
:riniunean voters win gei u uuy
Attorney Douthltt la to be, constat-
Intcd on bin conclusion to not seek
to Kciubllcun nomlnntlon for Conn
' Attorney. Douthltt In too good a
an to be mixed up In the boss ,;nmo
' the Shanghai bund.
about, criticising and condemning
other Republican whom they np
pronched and who would be real
nice Republican If they accepted his
candidate and' his say-so, but become
party renegades and wreckers If they
do not do as ho and his associates ask
What sort of harmony docs he call
that? Is that the work for which he
is paid by the Republican party, or
the Planters or Cohen or Hustnce, or
John Doe or whatever source his
funds or llto funds for workers ho
uses may contu from?
From n harmony standpoint with
Andrews ns Its sponsor the situation
In tho Republican party Is ridiculous.
'The Republican party cannot longer
remain Indifferent to what Is going
on toward establishing a boss ruled
pparty.And retain any hope of sill)
stnUtlal success at the polls.
HAWAII'S GREAT PROSPERITY,
Forty millions, four hundred and
sixty-one thousand and fifty-three
-dollars ($10,461,033) Is the value of
'the- domestic merchandise that the
Territory of Hawaii shipped to the
.ualniand of the United StateB,ln the
eleven kmpntlis ending with, May 19)0,
This Is nearly five million' dollars
nore than .for tho saino, period last
Slnco Thurston In so' deeply Inter
dedv'ln preserving the pcoplo from
lpropcr politics and doubtful liol
Inn win' unilor tho nlfl didn't he
iblis'h the text of that proposed P'oar- Elv.es some; Indlcatton.pUthe
harf license In Ills paper? Ho has
.Id It Is "my paper," and t)mt ho con
ols'lt. Up'to tho tlmo of-going to press J.
JCohCn had not called at tho 'Jul
tjn'ofllco to nnnounco that I) the
tofilstB of party harmony ho iuM
Ithdraw his candidacy from the tfcn
o'und also from the combination en
god Jn trying to Shanghai tho Rc-ibllcan.
Platform builders may well dcllb
ato&crlously on whether tho liquor
cstlpn should not be absolutely Jg,
rcdtln tho party platform. Tho peo
Jiilivo declared themselves In posl
o Terms. Tho present law has
en Uipheld. The less It Is talked
out,, tho less tho platforms say
outfit, the better. Why should you
akej tho ashes of dead Issues over
wllvo political party.
1SINESSMEP AND' REPUBLICAN
Jet,us hope that everyone Is agreed
it the business men of this city
aula wuko up to what has been go-
Aon in tho Republican party under
lnamo or nnrmonuing.
"Jot only the business men but cv
JlnttlHcent voter should tnko n
rsonal Interest In tho operations
tried OnMo cinch the party under
ffibands of the tightest and most
iltrarr boss rule that has ever been
otodjin this Territory,
ftie record of the party manager
his own, the Manoa precinct, Is
Pcient evidence for the ordinary
n that, this party "hnrmonlzor" for
nfjtnklng an Impersonal Interest
eetltlie voters out and the workers
work with u healthy activity, has
infusing this position in the party
Jiirthcr his own political future or
thijblddlng of a faction with which
Enppcns to be associated.
SYthat what organization means to
business men of this -city who
&, usually stood with and buck of
Learii To Swim
You will never lenrn to swim by
sitting "on tho .shore, nnd you will
never own a homo If you continue
tho hftblt of paying rent. Try' to
swim. Hero nro opportunities:
Homes for Srale
6-Room Home, Kalmuki.... ,$2000
5;Room Home, City. . . . 2500
G-Ro'om Home, Kaimuki 3800
(Dy E. 8. Goodhue Holualoa.)
TJttfiliitlTrust Clo., Ltd.
Llko other children, wo used toi
''composo" rhymes which, ll writ
ten,, wcro criticised by father and
mother. . '
Father's favorite poets were Thomp
non, Scott, I'opiS, Pollock and Young,
with a few older ones, so If our
p6etry edged up to the stylo or sen
timent of any of theso writers,
.we gonerally' fared vory' well. Ono
of my earliest "poems," entitled
Seven?, acres. House with
largei livinunroorar'tya bed
room's; Barage-, servant's quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
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splendid, prosperity thatithctw) Islands
have enjoyed as a result of tho high
Vrlco of sugar in' tho world's markets.
During the same period Hawaii re
ceived at Its ports from the mainland
merchandise valued at eighteen mil
lions, seven hundred nnd thlrty-nno
thousand, six" hundred and ninety-one
'dollars (118,731,691). This Is nearly
three million dollars more than for
tho. same period last year.
Our apparent balance of trade for
the eleven months ending with May
1910 is 'over twenty -millions of .dol
lars, i.. i
If any section of the .country can't
be .prosperous jon that record there Is
sbmetnlng radically wrong, In tho
way of foreign Investment of homo
produced money. ,
Hawaii -.Is' prosperous; but It cannot
bo denied that too much of Its monoy
Is going out of the islands to feed
fpcculatlvo projects of tho mainland.
Read this record of tho forty-million
dollar roturn from' our products
and doubt Jf-you-canrthnt -Investments
In Hawaii's enterprises aro absolute
JUDGE WOODRUFF ON INDIAN
The office is open from 8 until 10
on 'Sunday mornings. -
excell in quality of work
manship. Our prices will he found to
be the lowest in the city.
Examine them and compare
them with others.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
. FORT STREET "
Iletwecn times I found tlmo to
wrlto for the Cowansvllle Observer,
which my friend, Mr. Hassle, edit
ed. This was agrcat school for me,
and for somo twolvo years served mo
well. One of my pieces (verse),
dedicated to the Emperor' of Russia
"on his rccont Providential Escape,"
was dtterward8 printed in gold let
ters on Bllvcr leaf, and sent to the
Emperor. The reprinting was done
"Thoughts for the Afflicted," appear! at Mr, Mnssle's suggestion, ns It
cd In the Canadian Baptist under I would never hnvo occurred lo mo to
the nom-de-plume "Solan." It was
a doleful piece, I Imagine, nnd has
long rested In the dust' of oblivion;
It wns followed by "Nlcodemus," in
my twelfth year; a belter effort,
though still religious. I remember n
pupil In the school, without knowing
who wrote it, selected the piece for
recitation, much to my satisfaction.
Next 'came n lampoon entitled
''Tho Newspapers of Today," cloven
stanzas in dialect, given n place In
one of tho best Canadian papers. Five.
years after, while' In tho first year
of our arts course, I became editor
of the' St. Francis College Echo, with
n staff of four assistants! The col-
lego Is one of the affiliated depart
ments of JIcCllll University, nnd has
the same examination for the A. II.
degree. It Is an old pchoot located
nt Richmond, 1'. q., with nn arts,
science nnd nn agricultural depart
ment, and numbers among Us grad
uates many well-known men In tho
Dominion. Palmer Cox, the artist,
Is a graduate. One of my best aids
was P, S. (J. Mackenzie, now a prorn
'inent lawyer and M. P., P. of Quebec.
Tho others were II. J. Duffetf, II. C.
I.., who has since become a clergy
man In t)ie Episcopal Church; A. J.
Ilrowu, K. C, nnd ji Mr. Dickinson,
both members of well. known law
firms In Montreal. All of tho mem
get anything of the sort up, even
for a king. My Ideas wero quite as
democratic as my ancestry.
In n month or bo I received a very
large, black-bordered letter contain
ing tho Emperor's "Impet'lnt thanas,"
At th'ts'tlm$ such a letter seemed to
be worth getting.
Richmond was n pretty little town
on tho St. Francis river, and just
across was Melbourne, noted for Its
pretty girls. We attended many "bo
clals" there, and reciprocated by
having Bonie at the college. Here
the large college building was thrown
Open, and every room was Invaded
by the most delightful lot of lawn,
laco am' ribbon Imaginable.
The Echo reported some of the de
bates which took place each week
In tho hall. Tho president of our
debating society was Right Horn
Lord Aylmcr. He lived in Melbourne,
had several daughters nil honoraules
even to the little tot, but was pos.
sessed of small menns. Ills large
lltle,whlcli entnlled "precedence,"
was a great trouble to the poor man.
and I tsctl ta wonder why he didn't
drop It tor plain mister.
This was done by n man who went
Into the confectionery business in
Montreal years ago, nnd some years
since, while I was In Virginia, near
tho little town of Norfolk, I met nn
Results Of Tuberculosis
Inspection Of Local
. . t
The condition:-of tho local dairies
In regard to tuberculosis nnd tho
number of cows suffering from the
disease may be seen from tho follow.
Ing table. ;
This table wag compiled by tho
examining veterinarians who testcjl
the cattle of Honolulu, and gives tho
conditions found In each dairy In
and around this city In full.
Some of the dairies were clean, or
nearly so, of' tuberculosis, while In
others the disease conditions wcro
Tho disposition of tho lnfccto-1
animals is also shown In'thlstable,
and It Is rccn that few navo oeeu
hers of tho arts department, ns wcllex-enrl who had become n fnrmcr,
hns frequently dono things very sim
ilar to this, giving enormous and, as
I believe, unwarranted fees to those
who had contracts, or pretended con
tracts, with Indian tribes or bodies
of Indians. Tho history of nctlon of
this kind by Congress Is n blot on tho
"Only, three or four years, ago Con
gress, directly against tho deflnlto
protest of,8ecrRtnry of tho Interior
Hitchcock, gavo lansnoiu, jucjuurrny
& Cornish, tho very peoplo Involved
In this alleged offer to bribe, n feo of
$7GO,000, to bo paid out of tho .tribal
funds of theso Indians, when Secre
tary Hitchcock was convinced thnt
$250,000 would be n munltlcent return
for what these parties had dono for
"Tho clauso giving tho enormous
feo to theso attorneys was slipped In
to the Indian Appropriation bill' In
tho vqry last moments of tho BCHsJon,
and would navo occn vetoed unaouoi
would also have nullified thoontlre
appropriation and' 'Caused great' hard
ship to nil the Indians.
"Whether thero was any' undu6 In
fluence brought to bear on members p'f
Congress to got this hnsty nctlon, In
whlcfi three-fourths of n million of
dollars belonging to tho wards of tho
nation was, as I bdlove, wrongfully
given away, I do not knoW.
"During tho tlmo thnt I wns Assist
ant Attornoy-Qcncrnl I was so over
whelmed with the condition of Indian
affairs that I spent fully 80 per cent
of my time In an almost hysterical ef
fort to prevent as much ubuso as -pos-tho
orgy of graft which Is going on,
tho argy of graft which Is going on,
particularly among the fire civilized
tribes in Oklahoma.
"If Senator Gore's accusation Is
truo, oven bucIi an egregious example
ns this would bb only n scratch on the
surface of what I thoroughly believe
Is happening among tho Indians of
cdly except for tho reason that a veto 'old Indian Territory at this time?'
helman from Manoa who savs thnt
Jrows has been attempting tJ
inglial tho Republican party hltn
UUiMuWi does not furnish tho
Ireco'rd that should bo looked in
IhisK'ranmiger" of the Republican
typhould be asked to give an uc
Stjhg' on tho mutters to which
nMV'Ise hds referred.
sRvnrtrpwft Is n manager ,for liar
ly ayjako why should no no foitnil
jjorflt tn a factional Rtrugglo that
fusladjlthe 'business men of hit
Iprecrnct) but why should ho nnd I
nrjtjoclntes una agents bo going
Hawaii finds In the declarations of
Former United States Judge Wood
ruff,'1 a link to connect special inter
est with ' the' investigation' of frauds
perpctratedi on the Indians, that is
now going on in Oklahoma.
It will be remembered thnt Mr.
.Woodruff, previous to his appointment
ns United States District Judge Jn
this Territory, was Assistant Attor
ney General for the Department of tho
Interior under Secretary Gnrflold. Ho
thus came In close touch with tha ad
ministration of tho Indian affairs.
Asked for his views on the charges
made by Senator Core, Judge Wood.
ruff expressed himself as follows to
a reporter of the Now York World:
"When Secretary Garfield learned
about this contract with tho Indians
he consulted with President Rooty!
volt, Commissioner Leunp und me,
anjoug others, and the arrangement
seemed so egregious that Mr. Garflold
did everything In his power; to head
off the consummation of tho contract,
both by using his Influence with tho
counsel for tho Choctaw and Chicka
saw natlonB, whereby they repudiated
tho contract, us I remombcr It, und
also by refusing to have' Mr. Murray,
or any ojher of thorirm.of , Mansfield,
McMurray & Cornish havo uny fur
ther ofllclal relations with the In
dians, ns far ns tho Department of tho
lnlirlor could prevent It, nnd nlro by
refilling to nllow them to appear bo
forn tho Department In any Indian
"T'airi sorry to say that Congress
The only available. Beach' Prop
erty on the car line. .,
We have for sale at Waikiki 400
feet of Beach Property, a portion
well improved iwith a large and com
We are authorized to offer this
property as a whole or in fifty to a
hundred-foot strips to suit the pur.
Particulars.and terms at. our of
Fort and Merchant Strtfti
as of tho faculty, were contributors,
and there was a French column by
Prof. Ruptler. Among our subscrib
ers were Sir Wilfrid Laurler, Sir J.
A. Chapleau, nnd many members of
Parliament in Canada, friends of my
father. With what a thrill of de
light the edl'orlat staff opened the
new Echoes ai they came fresh from
tho printer's hands, and looked them
over w(th n critical eye! Thon,
later, counted pVcr our subscribers
and ndvcrtlsers, chocked oft those
who had paid, generally to discover
that we hadn't quite onough cash to
satisfy tho printer, who had a habit
of cole 1 1 -jc Ms bills promptly.
Dtf.ti n'.l Echo; what a Joy It was
'o wrlto fo It iverse, essay or Joke-
'' "it .'..Is time the, college boys
w..i i;tujh annoyed by the attitude
of a dude-ciBhler of ono of the locnl
banks, who looked down on us 'with
withering contempt. I don't know
why wo should havecared, but we
did. Wo met In solemn council over
the matter, nrganued a weekly
"Dash," marching- two abreast in a
Ion); fllo down through the principal
streets and back, with college colors
flying, all to no avail.
So I wrote a' pasquinade of seventy
lines entitled "Students to Dank
Clerks,'.' and Bent It to the Richmond
Guardian, at that time edited by v
E. Jones, M. A., ono of the ablest
writers of English In the Dominion.
The pd'enr came out In largo typo on
tho first page, with a complimentary
noto catling attention to It. ThlB
squelched Mr. II.. so far as we wbro
concerned. After this our Echo verse
was quite widely copied In the Prov
ince and I wrote In all somo 306
verses for the publication. Many of
the themes were local, many "fun
lets," much translation from the
Greek and Latin, fields in which we
wero digging; some' of It pretty fair
translation from the French,
I believe that a young man's ef
forts In a. literary vay moot with
more sympathy and encouragement
among the English than with us in
the United States. Men of promt-1
nence take pains to wrlto a word, or
even n long letter of praise or crit
icism, to tho aspirant, giving htm a
lift up the rather .rocky way. At
home they ore apt to twit him of
"sentimentality" or poke fun nt his
triolets. I havo treasured 'many let
ters from men of political and liter
ary prominence' In Canada who wrote
mo out of pure interest; who knew
when they wrote thdt I was Just a
boy trying to adjust himself to his
These Were busy men, llko Sir
William Dawson and Goldwtn Smith.
but they found tlmo to rend n boy's
lucubrations null wrlto him a friend
ly vprd of Byrupajhy.
, During our frst term, Sir Wlfrltl
l.arler (thon plain Mr. Laurler)
panic to argue u casd before the Rich
mond court. Most of the boys of
our class'went down to hear him, for,
even th'eh ho hud u great reputation
fqr oratory, whllo pot-hups seventy
five pei; cent,, of our class Intended
tp bo lawyers, I was therefore tho
envy of nil beholders ns I walked
down Main Btrent, my hand In ,my
hero's, Ho took mo to hla hotel,
then I saw him off, pending messages
hack to my homo town, of which Mr.
Laurler was n loyal resident,
Ho and hU sons were diilng well,
nnd he had completely dropped nil
his titles, which were honorable as
well as ancient. When I shook
this man by tho hand I felt that 1
was meeting n real man.
Leaving college on nccount of Ill-
health, I went to Texas, whero 1
acted as correspondent for two or
threo newspapers, rodo a broncho of
my own, and saw a good deal or
frontier life. In 18S1 thero were
yot real cowboya who raided towns,
and nests of gamblers In such towns
as Dallas and Sherman. From here
I wont to New Orleans, taking tho
memorablo trip down the Red arid
Mississippi rivers; passed on by boat
to Tampa, then beyond tho railroad,
farther still. In a yacht along the
Ten Thousand Islands In the region
of Key West.
My letters wero' largely descrip
tive of life and scenes In the Far
South, 'In ono to the New York
Witness, I defended tho pcoplo of
the South from snapshot Judgments
of Northern visitors, nnd I received
tho official thanks of tha Florida
government for my letters about that
Later' I wrote my negro dialectic
pieces. In North nnd South Carolina
and Virginia, where I saw more of
the oldtlme darky. I do not know
that thero was anything striking
nbout theso rhymes, but one or two
of them made a hlt" and went tho
rounds, appearing nt Inst under book
covers. 1 glvo uciow n row verBca
of one poem wtitten In Uanvlllo,
Va., In 1881:
DE GOOD OLE DAYS.
"I'sa ojo an' gray,
An' de ondly way
I Bpen 'do hou's dat go,
Am to tlnk'ob de days when 1 wore
Ob de kin' olo pcepil I llbbed among,
Ob de days dat come no mo'.
Fer dU hair nm white
An' de glory light
Dat shlno on do cart an' you,
Am da'ker to mo dan my nlggah
An' nebbnh n gleam ob it do shlno
Not n spoc' nb de light shine froo.
"I would lub to see
Jess one bush or tree
CTu do big plantation groun',
Dat I wo'k upon In dose happy days
When de da'yors sing all da sweetca'
An" play, wld de mcrr-go-round,
"An' I bress de Lo'd
An' Ills holy wo'd
Dat I'll boo de light once mo',
Dat Ho'll gib mo soon dat fa'h Ian' to
Whar all my dean nlggah frlends'll
Dkt Inn' on do Oddah sho.' "
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
Mrs. White 10
Farm Cornn 2.1
J. It. Cummlngs ...
Fred Whitney fi
Frank Andrndo .... 60
Dr. J. M. Whitney, .. 11
Mrs. M. Llshmnn .. 6
Kumehamcha School 29
H. E. Cooper 12
Iscnbcrg Dairy .... 261.
Alex. Young, Knllhl. 32
Pond's Dairy ...... 88
Leahl Dairy ....
Mrs. Mary Rledcll . 12
Moanatua Dairy .v 139
C. J. Day 3
Chas. II. llelllna ... 61
Marshall & Azevcdo 17
Geo. II. Holt 27
Mrs. Mary RJcdell . . 2
P. Pond ... 10
Leahl Dairy 3
Alex. Young ........ 6
John nuptlsta 13
Frank Mcdclros .... 10
Omni Talsulchl .... 8
P. Mlyukawa 10-
A. O. Alexander .... 3
Roso Davison 21
Herman Focko .... 7
H. E. Cooper ...... 3
Antonio Plrcs 13
John Rejent 8
L. P. Fernandes ... 6
Antono Richards ... 6
Vlctorlno Souza ... 18
Mnnuel de Costa . . V 12
J. P. Mendoza 14' 1
G. Tsuklynma' ..'... 8
J. Ronovldes ....... 2 -
0. Tnvash 8 .
M. Knwamura 10
Geo. Wond ........ 8
8. Tsumoto (Pauoa) 8
1. NagakI 12.
M. Frntes 2 ,
M. Robinson ....
Manuel S. August
Mrs, Cooper ....
Gait & Carter 17
S. Da Nobrlgn ,.... 11
D. Tell'o 6
A. N. Campbell .
II. M. von Holt .... 2
Isenborg' Dairy ... 69
Iscnbcrg Dairy ... 70
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Thut torrlblo Itch disappears with
thO FIRST DROPS'of D. D. D. Pres
cription, It kills all skin disease
germs constantly.. A soothing, healing
lollop used externally only. Honolulu
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After a twolvb-day passage, from
llonolulu to San. Francisco, acting as
convoy to tno united states navai
auxiliary Prometheus, towing the
disabled cruiser Chattanooga, tho
cruiser Cleveland Jias arrived.
Tho vessels reached the Coaqt this
morning, nccbi'dlrig' to ' reports'' that
come bore through cables.
Tho Cleveland, In company with
tho big naval collier and the Chat
tanooga, sailed for More Uland ou
Coroner Rose Is Investigating the
death of Adnlph Kroll, u uovon year
old boy who died of lockjaw yester
day morning' at tho' Queen's Hospital.
Tho lad had been run down byMau
automobile somo weeks ago, and tho
innchtno Is said to havo been driven
by tho Japanese chauffeur1' of Mfs.
Harriet A, Custlo-Coloman,
W. Frost, discharged soldier Is al
leged to hnvo assiihltCd a mau named'
FlshCr last'nlght at Aala Park. aud a
knlfu was brought IntoTuae; Fr6'6t'g
occ'upVlng-'.a.' cool" cell ' at tho police
station, und he will .tbaw out In the
gonial presphco- n Judge Ahidfndo to
. m it
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