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UVi:NINO 11UM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, DKC. 12, 19)0,
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I have grown to bel'cve that the
one thin); worth arriving at is the
simplicity of heart and life; that
one's relations with others should be
direct and not diplomatic; that pow
er leaves a bitter taste in the mouth;
that meanness and hardness and cold
ness arc the unforgivable sins; that
conventionality is the mother of
dreariness; that pleasure exists, not
iii-virtue of material conditions, but
in the joyful heart. A. C. Benson.
Uonel'li'i Is a pretty Rood town, let
the pep ilntlon figures ho wlint tr.ey
may. That's the rati ilutlon that
ipnkcs any town prow
More pooplo nro cnmltiK to Hono
lulu next year whether sugar Is hold
at one cent or ten cents pound.
Mpro people make more business.
Perii.ipa tho President will decile
that th only way to uiilto Hawaii Is
to appj'nt an outsider r.r.d thus he
certain rvtryune will join lu IIrU'Iuk
At the. present rato of progress
Vnller Drake will bo holding down
the position of Collector of Internal
lteyenuo when tho next President
Though tho local Ohio society will
doubtless he filnd to sco Brother Cot
trill, it will probably be happier If
forced to celebrate tho appointment,
of, n Honolulu man as Collector of In
Seattle's discovery that contraband
opium Is entering that port was pos
sibly prompted by the activity of Ho
nolulu officers who found that opium
was coming here from tho mainland
rather than the Orient.
Commissioner General Kccfo is
making a record as n most ravenous
seeker after information. This Is one
of the few places on earth where he
, w(ll find no opposition to his gutting
down deep Into exact conditions utid
finding tho exact truth.
k One way to correct our population
figures will bo to put citizens In
skilled positions In the sugar mills,
Ilut It bus also to bo remembered that
j Induilry thrives when b-illt up by
men who have proved their efficiency
. regarriier.s of race or nationality.
j ' When tho men from Washington
get through making their lmcstlga
tlons of ofltclals and conditions In Ho
nolulu, we hope thoy will wind up by
urging the authorities to proceed
( with the work for which money has
' been -so liberally appropriated by
When the President (.elects as Chief
Juatlco of the United States t man
wtig Ik nn cx-Confedorate, ii Demo
crat and a Catholic, it Is pretty safe
to Bay that the barriers of prejudice
In -the-nation have been effectually
leveled, or the appointment will cro
stf, an nwful row.
Special Commissioner Campbell li.n
been doing most everything but got
Immigrants, Judging from the reports
that Ibsuo from the Iinuilgnitlo.i
Hoard., A few results now mid then
would he gratifying to tho taxpayers
who nro furnishing the coin for the
experlouci (.ulncd uy tho Hoard's
Can It he that tho Oovornor is back
ing the Kau ditch bill In order to get
'rid of the Public hand Hoard that
was created by tho last nmendmont
qfjthe Organic Act? Thoro scorns lit
tle doubt that the proposed McCros
von amendment will upset u good
'share of what has oucu paused
through thu legislature
kcry man Is anxious to liavu his
i city nmko a record of increased pop
ulation, but when ho looks ut the
Kru'ud total pf one hundred and one
jnllllons ne sniiieiiines lias to wtup
:niul think whether It would nut hu
' tiiilt,tti fllHrtlmta llllll IIMullllllllf h till.
i,'vJj !" "' '" JSllhtSji, t
ret sn Motiim ,,,n .ni,
ret Vcr, nywhttclnU.S. ., .. I.oo
Pet Yesr anywbert n Canada.. I.fto
PerYtar fost(tald, toillftn 3.to
Bntered it lh rrwtorfict ftl Hnnomla
u icconUclai matter.
...DECEMBER 12. 1910
great uumbcrs of foreigners who nro
entering the cities and ocrcrouIlng
tho centers of population
Iloinliu Honolulu 8 surplus llitu
dreds will toon bo n problem noli
which tills town must grapple. Of
courso all tho newspapers will bo
asked to keep quiet when tho town
becomes crowded to tho guards. Hut
It Is u wlso town that sees a crowd
coming and bus senso enough to pre
pare for It; that's tho only way to
guarantee u bigger crowd tho next
One of the nio.it unpleasant feat
ures about Mr. McCrosson's applkn
tlon for a license to uso tho Wuhlaw.
water Is tho fact that nothing v,.i&
said locally of his intentions either
by his representatives or tho Dele
gate In whoso name the bill ai In
troduced. Thus at the start the
proposition has tho appearniieo of
what Manager Goodalo said of It a
Prohibitionists who continue to
fight In Congress to fasten I'edeial
Prohibition upon Hawaii, deservj nil
tho hatred that goes from tho hcait
of every American iigalnst the en
emies of self government. Our elec
torate has spoken once. The 11.111
who contests that erdlct Ii an en
emy of representative govcrnnicn', tho
government for which our fathers
and forefathers fought. Anil I:' ho
finds that the opposition to him Is of
tho bitterest and most unrelenting
character, ho should know that ho Is
getting nothing more than h' richly
deserves. Ho Is without honor and
though ho cull himself a reformer, It
does not change his iin-Amerlc.'ti and
SAME OLD DOUBLE DEALING.
Ono thing Is certain In tho conflict
thnt has nrlBen over tho appointment
of a local candidate to tho ofllco of
Collector of Internal llovcnuo tho
Governor has studiedly put himself in
direct opposition to the Dclegato and
tho Hepiibllcan National Committee
man, and ho has made the Ilepubllcan
Territorial Committee tho goat to car
ry out what has every Indication of
being his original plan.
Tho local situation has all tho car-
marks of again exemplifying tho nat
ural tendency of tho oxecutlvo of tho
Territory to deal in almost any way
but a direct, outspoken and thorough
ly honorublo political manner when
Involved In public matters of this
It doesn't help tho administration
to say of tho present mix-up nnd
treachery that it Is moro of the samo
thing or which tho pcoplo havo hud
qulto tholr fill.
O'BRIEN VIEWS0N JAPAN.
If thero Is ono person, outsldo of n
subject of tho Mikado, qualified to
Bpeak with authority on tho relations
between Japan nnd tho United States
thut man Is tho lion. Thomas J.
O'Urlen, United States Ambassador
Mr. O'Urlen Is now lu tlio States
and talks cry freely on londltloiiH
as ho finds them In tho Sun-rUo em
pire. Hy assiduous study und culti
vation o' tho peoplo 10 whoso sov
ereign ho is accredited Amoaetiudor
O'Urlen hus gotten very lono to tho
Japaneio government mid peu;ile
Not only has ho delved Into their
history, tiaditlons and source of In
spiration, but ho has striven In tolvo
tho Jurnneso character. Ho hni
sought 11 sympathetic anil Irlendly
understanding of their dally nodo of
life, their family lustltui .0113, their
habits of thought, their cido of mor
als, tholr conception of Ilia duty of
man to man, and thus finally has been
able to bring batk to his countrymen
II comprehensive knowledge of the
motives animating the Japanese na
tion Incidentally, It litis revealed (tin see.
let of the Improved relations between
the United stales and Japan during
M nlllilal residence ut To I; In, In
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which period tho war rumors nnd bel
ligerent talk have grown fainter and
This familiarity with thing1) Japan
ese Mr. O'Urlen has been able to ac
quire not entirely thinugh his un
aided efforts during his three jours'
residence In Tokyo. In Japan thero
nro men of tho highest probity and
responsibility, Americans and Hng
Huh. who havo lived thero from 40 to
t"U years, and who speak and under
stand tho languago "llko u native."
Through the iisslutanco of those, Mr.
O'Urlen has gained Information which
otherwise would havo been denied
him. When, thercfoic, ho assures his
countrjmen that tho Japanese do not
beck, now or In tho remote future, a
conflict with tho United States, ho
supports his assurance with argu
ments seemingly Irrefutable,
lu tho first placo, ho bhnvvs that
tho Japancso nro n wurllko pcoplo, but
lu a senso that is 011 all fours with
tho Bcntlment of tho peoplo of tho
United States. Thoy aro warllko, but
just us Americans aro warllko. Thoy
Real Estate for Lease
Makao Beach Lots, Koolauloa, Oahu
Wo offer these desirable beach lots
Hltu.ito on the windward bltlu of Oahu
for I0.11.0 for n twenty (20) year term
lit a moderate rental.
Lots aro 100x300.
This proporty can be reached by
A Bargain in Makiki District- for
F0HT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. II.
I , trvriwrn AU1!?, A
I I ttpnn ' .SVPPUtS 1 1 I
Wc use the same crafts
manlike methods in making
our frames as in our Christ
mas Novelties all original
with a well balanced stock to
will fight as long us Ufa lusts. Just ns
Americans will fight. And their code
of ethics differ 'In no wise, ns to tho
time when 11 man or 11 nation ought
to light fiom that of Americans,
(Continued from Pace 1.)
tho Secretary of War: I'nivldcd fur
ther, That during tho occupation of
raid military reservation hy troops
the ald company shall furnish, fico
of vhurgo, all the water needed for
post or encampment purposes, anil, lu
eiifo an electric power plant Is erect
ed by said company, It will furnish
power tn tho United States, If re
quired, anil, If It ho ohtalnahlo with
out Interference with the irrigation
Mipply, at not to exceed 0110 tent por
Kilowatt hour, measured ut tho dy
namos. Approved February fi, 180D.
Names of Men to Serve In
Circuit Courts For Next
llr.twIneH fur tlm new Tf.rrltnrlnl
and grand Jurors vvcic held In Juilgo!
Cooper's department of tho Circuit!
Court this morning. Ono juror over
the regular number of twenty-six
trial Juiors for each court was drawn
for Judge ltolilnsnn'ii department, nnd
It Is probable that n now drawing
will be hold neccssaiy forjudge Knit
I nam's court.
Tho following men will compose
the new Territorial grand Jury: Johu
II. Sehnaek, John A. Hughes, Hurry
K, Webster, Perry M. Pond. .Intnei A.
Ail'd. Kred Phillips, William II Mc
liieni, I'rank K. Illnkc, James WnKc
Held Mannle Phillips, 11. N. Jordan,
Johti MiCnidlcss. Donald M lilt j re,
C. A. Mackintosh. Hubert 11. Mist.
l ,W. Crnndell, 8. J. l.yle. IMwIll
llenncr, finnlc lluitacp, Amos !.
Cooke, J.imcs II. M Kenzlc, I.. Jl. Vct
tclen, 0. J. laidwIgEon.
The trial Jurors drawn for service
In Judge Cooper's court .arc as fol
lows: John (J. Clement, I). K. Kau
wain, A. S IV llnbertson, Albert Wn
terhoufc, llnoeh Johnson, T I).
Slump, James Welsh, Clarenro 1'rln
Kic, M lurry Wise. Kdmund Sfycs, !.
J. Smith. Hubert Atkinson, I.. C.
Clark. Ktigciio Campbell, Anion
Sehlmmcr. K. K. Kanl, H. It. Trlel.
Kim T. Chong, Albert laidloff, Krcd
I. Turner, C. A. O. Mncrioni, llenja
mln Salomons, J, II. Jones, Trcd Io
nian, William llellinn, Airroil item
Jiidgo Whitney's department--Wll
ttii tn M M( Cowan. Frank flodfrcy,
Charlei nicher, I'miir. Pcehcrt. .f.
(ialhralth. M. S. Ilumman, John
O'Connor, John Parker, (leorgo A
Oonralvrs. Henry A. (llles, James
Dodil, Charles Huston, J. N. Wood.
I.. P. Warren, John Hills. A. K. Aea
Jr.. Henry Knnl Charles Carney.
Itimicy Scott, 0. M. Hanpp. Jonathan
Shaw, C. O. llnttol, IMward Swim,
Kira Rostand, Thomas Uluknii,
Hrlgadlcr J l'riiiikllu Hell, who is
on route to Manila to command tho
Philippines Division, Is making 11 hur
ried dip of Inspection of the garrisons
around Honolulu this afternoon.
Ho is accompanied on tho trip by
Lieutenant Colonel J. Walker llenot
vvhii will May In Hawaii for some time
nil Inspection vvoik. and by Captain
Kails, dcHit ipiaitermiisler at Hono
SAN niANCISCO, Dec. 12. Sub
nr: 90 degrees tea, S.SCe. Previous
A bachelor laughs luwaidly when ho
Is tn company with a lot of married
women who feel sony fur him
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Tor I'ltUlT, Tho S. S, Sierra, sallliiR
December 1 1, reached San Kranclbco
Do.cmlicr SO. DON'T MISS IT.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. King Street
The Gift forXmas
Tho question, "Vhat bIiiiII
I i-elect for Christmas?" can
he c.iklly answered hy taking
it tit 1 oil through our More, A
glance tit our wel-lllled cases
orti.rs many mmgestons to
thotc in doubt. Our stock of
Chilstnum (loods and Novel
ties Is better than over hu
fore, and wo know wo ran
help )oii If you will cull on
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Special Sale of
BE0AN THIS M0RNINQ DON'T MISS IT
PRESENTS FOR WOMEN
Hand-Embroidcicd Shirt-Waist Patterns, Heal Cluny Late
Trimmed Centcrsj New Crepe Kimonos, half and lull lcnR'h; Silk
Stocking Leather Hand Bags, Purses, Manicure Sets. Jeweled Hair
Ornament HandEmbroidcrcl Chrtcis, Fans, Silk Scarfs, dinss
Linen Tablecloths, a large stack of Gloves, EcalXacc Collars, etc.
All k'nds of Pretty Dolls, a swell line of Holiday Stationary in
hand-dccornlcd boxes, 1011 Calendars in water colors, a fine as
scr'ment of Work Boxes, Men's Smoking Sets, Brass Writincr Sets,
Bridge S:orc Pads,
Sachs9 Dry Goods Co.,
Ccrncr Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite F'rc Station
Wholesale and retail. Churches and Sunday
Schools supplied. Wc have a large stock at
IMPORTED FRENCH BON-BONS
CHOCOLATES, MARSH MALLOWS, ETC.
Finest in the World made fresh every day.
Order your Christmas candies here.
Remember the Palm Test is "The Best."
Is the kir.1 we bought for our Winter demand. The goods
as now shown in the s'orc fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPING GARMENT for. Children
is the newest article we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. Sec the line, nnd the
garments will sell theiisclves. These goods arc priced in
this store ns they aro in New York, Chi" cago and San Fran
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