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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TfRSDAV, Jt'LY 17, 10$
The Hoodoo Still Works.
Tho Plrato of the Pinks.
KuMo and His Claims.
John and Motes.
My friend Finkl.nm is still after the, small farmers though why, tho Lord
only knows. His friends tho llnntcrs having dowered them with their saccl.ar.no
Murium what remains for Pinkhnm 1,ut to say "Allah 11 servant is
content." But 1'inkl.am dies though ho never surrenders and fifty years from
now when he looks down from the clouds and sees the uplands rich with the
dark green of tobacco and bristling with the bayonets of sisal, when ho smells
for tlo bananas and when he feels his mouth water
tbo vanilla and gets hungry
for the is then I seem to hear a hissing whisper from his perturbed
pirit that it is all a rotten illusion, some bokuspokus of Thurston s. "caven
knows I llko a fighter, even if ho fights against fate; and tho man, who fights
In these islands, grapples with the stars in
tho cause of diversified agriculture
their courses. 1'inkl.nm would do that, though, without turning a feather. Ho
is a true gamecock with brass spurs and a purple comb but ho had better beware
of tho man with tho hoe, especially the ono who got after tho great grazing and
wheat estates of California and obliged them to make some room among their
principalities for tho little orchards and vineyards that have made California
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Well tho railroad has reached Waklawa. I don't mention this to oppress
1'inkl.am, despite tho fact that tho entry of tho Oahu lino there is mainly duo
to tho success of small funning. I merely remark it by way of getting u text
about II. 1 Dillingham. Time was and it doesn't seem so long ago that H.
V was n lono soul crying in tho wilderness of doubt that Oahu could support
a'railway lino running from Honolulu as far ns 1'carl City, even. Lots of people
knew better just ns they lately knew better on tho subject of diversified agriculture.
Hut H. 1 kept pushing nlong until, of a sudden, his road touched tho
ea on tho other side of tho island, incanwlillo making money llko a thing of life.
Now tho road has stretched a long arm into tho country and will rnnko more
money. Speaking in the language of tho prophets I say "Dully for DiUinghaml
And bully for everybody who believes in tho Dillingham working fashion that
tho destiny of this Territory is to beco.no American in other things beside
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T.tlnmllv hundreds of letters havo been received here during tho past fow
years yes, hundreds annually from pcoplo who pay they would liko to settle
in Hawaii and who iuquiro about land. Mnny of tl.eso bjtters, minus their addresses,
havo been printed and they surely reveal a pioneer spirit. Hut singularly
enough tho letter-writers don't come. I begin to suspect thero may bo something
in tho replies to them analogous to tho mouldy corn with which, as
llosea Dlgclow said, you can't "ketch knowin' cattle." Under tho old Boyd
mai.agc.ncnt of tho Laud Oflico tho Advertiser investigated and found out that
tbo Commissioner was, in responso to letters of inquiry, sending out n Judas
Jscariot circular Baying that nothing could bo raised hero by a small farmer
but coffeo and that coffco didn't pay. I don't suspect Commissioner Pratt of
anything of tho kind; indeed I don't know that he personally attends to
replies, but I do know that tho settlers don't nrrivc. Why not publish tho whole
correspondence now nnd then and give tho public a chanco to find out if tho
letters from hero lack anything in fulness of information f
I bcllevo it is an axiomatic truth that wo could get pcoplo if wo wanted
them. Tho sandiest wasto in tho West, inhabited by a guileful man with a
prospectus could do that; and are wo of tho Paradise of tho Pacific, wo of the
.richest soil and $33,000,000 crops of a singlo staple, arc wo to lio down under
tho impression that nobody could bo had from the teeming millions on tho
mainland to raise our perennial crops, try wo our cussedcstl
Ono day I stopped nt n corner and bought ono minurcu am. nuy ue.u.wiu.
fresh pinks for n dollar. Tho prico to ono who had just returned from Philadelphia
whero ten cents will buy n bouquet of them, seemed a bit high but 1
withheld tho kick, overcome by tho lei woman's happy smile. I can nevor help
taking n smilo for nil it is worth; in fact I tnko them early and often. Well,
ono ovoning I needed a few pinks for a littlo vnwzc being in society now 1
spell ns I pronounce and as tho lei women had gono I dropped into ono of the
florist's shops. Tbo pinks thero wero bomowhnt wilted but I took eleven, thinking
they would answer my brief need. "How much?" I asked tho disguised
pirato whom I mistook for nn innocent young woman who would bo kind to tho
-wandering stranger. cents," sho said liko n clnp of thunder;
"01. yes, wo get cents a dozen for tlicm." .Mocnnnicnuy i pan.
and then 1 went around tho corner, jumped on my pinks nnd recited tho Tibetan
litany for souls desiring peace: "May tho roses of CnBhmero turn to tho dead
sea apples of Shcol in tho hands of nil such traders and may such bo trodden
into tho soil whence they sprang, under tho hoofs of wild asses, and may none
visit their scpulcber but goats."
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Tho usual humbug nn annual rite appears in tho form of a list of what
Kuhio secured In Congress for Hawaii. In tho list ho Includes tho $200,000
Item for fortifications centred by tho Secretary of War; tho $150,000 Horn for
purchasing fortification sites, also secured by tho Secretary of War, and tho
35,000 appropriation for tho Naval Station reef, secured by tho California
delegation and for which Kuhio, in imswer to tlio local protest, iiisciiuiiieu nil
responsibility. What Kuhio actually did would not blind tho cyo of a midge,
osjchi!ly lifter McClellnii's part hns been subtracted from It.
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Thnnks to it lady of my acquaintance, who hns just come back from the
roust, I have acquired this ynm about .lohn Wanaiiiiilsen Wanamaker ! n
Holy Mini mid n philanthropic. Ono duy ho found thno littlo boys, gazing
rovelomdy on the blcyulo" through ono of the windows nf hi Philadelphia store,
llu Invited them Into lil prlvalo olllcu nnd soldi "Now, I am going to imk
mull nf yun little fellows ono qunttiim nnd tho I toy wlia'answers cnrntly shall
hmn u ilryl." Turning lo nno of tho loy, he put tho queslioni "Whom do
you love the The by uimwerodi "Vihi, sir." "That," retorted Wan-
uiuuknr. "Is n M(thauilwf l no blrytle far you." Then ho repented the
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LATE NEWS NOTES
From Coast Files.
The Oklahoma star will appear on the flag until after July i,
Unless the unforeseen occurs all clanger from flood at Stockton
Yellow fever is increasing in Central American anil West Indian
Grovcr Cleveland is suffering from asthma. His condition is
A small island has been formed off the Alaskan coast by a submarine
Oakland is planning to issue a half million dollar bond issue
to improve their sewer system.
A Chicago baby fell from a fourth story window to the cement
road without anv serious injury.
' The Chicago and Alton railroad and two of its officials have
been convicted of granting rebates.
The revised list of Fourth of July casualties shows the deaths
to be 47 and the seriously injured 2054.
The proposition to destroy the remains of the city hall of ban
Francisco will probably not be accepted.
The collapse of a boat landing platform at Myanawa lake,
resulted in the drowning of six people.
A nephew of W. K. Vanderbilt was drowned while attempting
to swim a mile across a New Hampshire lake.
As a result of the proposed Western tour of Secretary I aft oitnor.
maximum amount of Hour.
A fight at Oakland, between a non-union sailor and a picket,
arising out of the strike, resulted in the shooting of the latter. The
bullet landed in the union man s arm.
William Tennincrs Brvan will tour the Rhine, Switzerland and
fi . 1 . 17. . I ... I II An !., .1.n !.inii,nti ,1m tin 1. n o fnrlifililn
Italv after lcavimr Encland
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tho utmost credit on tho Republican party and on Thcodoro Roosevelt, not only
as President, but as tho capablo and forceful leader of his party.
To tho pcoplo this session must have clearly demonstrated tho signal
to tho nation of party unity in tho executivo and both legislative
branches of tho government. In it tho largo Republican majorities in both
houses enabled tho leadors so far to cooperato with the President that no important
legislative recommendation by him has failed of consideration nnd few
havo failed of enactment into statutes. Tho record of tho session is ono of
work wisely conceived and fnlthfully performed, as is shown by tho following
Railway rates to bo fixed by enlarged Interstate Commcrco Commission;
rebates nnd other discriminations penalized; sleeping cars, express companies
nnd pipo lines mado common carriers; railway passes prohibited.
Panama Canal to havo 85-foot level, with locks; Panama Canal bonds to
enjoy samo privileges as all other United States bonds; Panama Canal supplies
to bu domestic iiroducts.
Pure Food: Label must tell tho truth, especially on populnr remedies.
Meat inspection, "from hoof to can," at government expense
Frco alcohol, denatured, for ueo in tho arts.
Oklahoma (Including Indian Territory) admitted to tho Union, ana Arizona
(with Now Mexico) if they ngrco to union.
Consular service reorganized on merit basis.
Quarantine ngainst yellow fevor nationalized.
Niagara Falls to bo preserved.
Alaska allowed a Delegato in tho Houto. Alaska liquor rovenuo devoted
to schools nnd road building. Prohibition of aliens fishing In Alaskan wntcrs.
Naturalization safeguarded and mndo moro difficult.
Steamboat Inspection mndo morn rigid, duo to General Slocum loss. Motor
boats opcrnted for profit required to havo federal licenses.
The Philippines! Application of Coastwise law postponed until April 11,
1000, Minor tarlll modifications made, nnd ratio of gold and silver In Insular
coinage dinnce'l. Hatnn coal mines to belong to government. Tnrlff duties
collected I'oforo 1002 legiillnid, N'uviil vsel for Philippine Naval Militia.
Gold bullion reserve in exorsi of .10,000,000 to bo coined. Notional bank
liabilities limited to 30 mr rent, nf capital.
Kiiiployflu Liability BuImUi Negligent common carriers within United
Ulute jurl'dlslien liable far iliiiiingos to employe.
IVdnrMl doimlluin to Hint Agricultural Ksperlment stations Increased, so
(lint within Un )tu limy tlwll ninli receive (10,000 uniiiwlly.
PiwiiUnt ' traveling swiiw. itefrn)l hi the intent of 14,000 nnnimlly.
AwwiiiH rpriutath nt I'wiuinniliiuple iumiId Amluwdur, uud 140,000
sppfopiUled It HirUM liHtiim 'rr!y.
PfMwlwti of pure awMMil.' m um Bocmg by rtMiuwd igi)tn.
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l'li4 11M IMttiUt jutlg "lid sauil uWUirn tut Vhlmi, sul nduMiiauul
judtf fur Kw VV, NmiIIiwu IHilfUl, DvWl.
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- - Little Talks - -
JUDOB KlKaSBUltY Tho ulllgaJor pear U what eiught Adiin and Kvt.
D. L. WITinHfJTON Delng tho Ineumbenl of a Inw olllce, 1 tin only u
candidate to succeed myself.
BERT rSTiiBSON I nm In tho hands of my doctors now, being overhauled
with n view to life Insurance.
OILBEET J. WALLER Tho packing house scandals don't bother Hawaii.
Our meat business needs no muck-rake.
JUDdE DICKEY I ndmlt that tho Clvle Federation should bo moro careful
In tho matter of nsking men to join.
MAJOR BTEEDMAN, U. B. A. Honolulu is tho stntion to which I would
liko to bo unsigned for duty. It's a bcnutlful place.
JIM QUINN I wnnt to get into tho Board of Supervisors to do somo clean
politics. Sam Johnson! Why, I am not Sam's enemy.
JOHN HUGHES I nm in tho fight for tho Legislature to stay. Tho Civio
Federation is a tnnttcr between mo and my conscience.
CHARLIE ACIH I told Mahelonn that they could havo but ono club mooting
in tho Seventh of tho Fifth, and they only had one.
a. u. people oi Honolulu are cannibals anil thero aro a
lot of them that I mean to deal with through my solicitors.
PETERS This oflico is too busy doing its work
now to attend much to tho advertising end of th"u business.
BERNARD THE ORATOR -John Lane is not my boss. I am under my
own orders. I nm just as intimato with tho Hawailans as ho or tho Governor
many changes in the army posts arc expected. AVON CROOK Fifteen years ago n Portuguese was arrested in this town
Official utterances tend to confirm the reports that the British for delivering a wash on Sunday. Xow look at tho crowds going to Sunday
government is preparing an Irish Home Rule bill. baseball.
Judge Tanner, of Portland, who perjured himself to defend I SHERIFF BROWN It's n godsend to Honolulu to have n navy vessel
Senator .Mitchell, has been pardoned by the President. 'strike town with money to burn. The merohnnts find navy men tho best sort of
The widow of Stanford White has been paid $19,000, her share CU8t0mers.
of the life insurance carried by the murdered architect
WILL E TSSBEBri mo te the mtIo mo ito h a t influcnc&
Supplies for the eleven whaling ships cat ght . the ce last
,n onolulan8 t0 ucd it's
s carly. either get under a mosquHo net to read
October have been forwarded bv the S. S. Harold Dollar
or bo eaten up by them.
Turkey is preparing to send a military expedition into Central
Arabia, which may bring on a conflict with Great Britain. I CAPTAIN WINN-First I find Manager Bidgood at tho Volcano House and
Tim Mexican nolicc have seized two watron loads of arms and w,,cn l d'iI'l lw "aleiwa tho other day I found him there. If I ever get
lunition. thought to have been for the miners at Cananea. ,to Hcavcn l S,,I'I,0, x ""'b'14 flDd llim llcrc to-
Colorado socialists have nominated Haywood for governor.
Haywood is now in prison in Idaho, awaiting trial for murder,
SECRETARY ATKINSON Well, I havo the privilege of saying about
what I please now without tho fear that the newspapers will take it up right
The reoiieiiiiit? of the saloons in San Francisco was not attended UW!,y- TIlcro iiro compensations in tho white chip class.
with the results looked for. Onlv six drunks were pulled the first ' INSPECTOR COOPER Yes, I boliovo my collection of autographs of
4 ' t incnt personages, from various parts of tho world, is a valuablo one, and it is
Winston Churchill, the author, has accepted an invitation to certainly interesting. Tho autographs are all genuine, and I've been collecting
of New anti-corporation plat- tLem for
run for governor Hampshire on an
I B. F. BEARDMORE Tho Jubilco Advertiser's "1030" issuo says that
A decision has been rendered in the United States Circuit Court 'oy wero then celebrating the 30th anniversary of tho end of cricketing in
that the granting of rebates by railroads is not punishable by im- Hnwaii. Well, then, we've got twenty years moro to play it in, and I guess all
nrisonment. "10 ''' crm''l will bo in at tho death.
G. V. Winter, the British army officer suggesting improvements ' PROF. ALEXANDER Tho appearance of Judiciary Squaro has not been
in the army uniforms, says the American soldier is the best improved by tho addition of tho Hoard of Health's fumigation shack. That
pearing in the world. Squaro Is a disgrace. Tho Waikiki end is especially disagreeable to tho oyo.
The keepers of the relief Stores at San Francisco were mobbed If nothing elso is done the government should at least erect a board fenco to
cm Saturday last by a number of women demanding more than the hide tho rear end of tho Japancso tenements.
Final disposition of affairs of tho rive Civilized Tribes of Indians.
Secretary of Interior authorized to establish town sites of not moro than
1C0 acres each in irrigated areas.
Unlawful wearing of insignia of G. A. It. and othor soldier organization
acquired imperialistic ideas on his trip. Secretary of tho Navy given greater discretion in suppressing hazing at
The President of the Equitable Life and the Vice President of Annapolis,
the New York Life Insurance companies have been heard by the Falsely marked articles of gold or silver, or their alloys, not to bo imported,
investigating conimittc of the British House of Lords. exported or carried.
The British Foreicn Secretary has warned the British Parlia- Sponge growing in American waters protected.
nicnt that there would be a serious condition to face in Egypt if i San Francisco sufferers aided; $2,500,000 appropriated,
anything were done to weaken the authority of the Egyptian IMcnding period for continuous shipment of cattle to thirty-six hours.
TT .1. AA.r..1 - sensation in the I Tnnen
His speech created a House.
LAWS OF CONGRESS ENACTED,
DEFEATED AND LAID OVER
To destroy derelicts, $250,000 steam vessel authorized.
Numerous lighthouses and beacons authorized.
Census Oflico directed to collect and publish vital, social and other statistics.
Wnsto in public printing cut down one-third.
For District of Columbia, a Juvenile Court, compulsory education, sale of
OraVo of Andrew Jackson, with fifteen acres of land, mado n national
cemetery. Marking graves of Confederate soldiers ordered.
Jamestown Exnosition. 1007. nivon nid.
WASHINGTON, July 1. Tho achievements of tho 59th Congress in its Monuments Authorized: King's Mountain battleground, South Carolina,
first session, lasting seven months, constitute a remarkable record. Tlicy rcllcct $30,000; landing of tho PilgTims, nt Provincetown, Mnss., $40,000; Princeton
battleground, Now Jersey, $30,000; John Paul Jonos, in Washington, $50,000;
Commodore John Harry, in Washington, $50,000; II. W. Longfellow, in Washington,
$4,000 for pedestul.
Incorporations: Carncgio Foundation for the Advancement of Learning;
Archaeological Instituto of America, and Ohio and Lnko Erio Canal Company.
Thnnks of Congress extonded to General Horace- Porter for recovering body
of John Paul Jones.
Hcstrictions on Cabinet Officers to prevent deficiencies of appropriation.
laws enacted authorizing bridges or dams across navigablo rivers.
acts for tho government of tho District of Columbia.
Three hundred and twenty nets altogether.
Thrco thousand six hundred nnd ninety Civil War pension acts; COO privnto
Bills Introduced: Houso, 20,475; Senate, C551.
Number of pages of Congressional Hecord, over 10,000 a new record.
MEASURE LEFT OVER TO NEXT SESSION.
Santo Domingo Treaty.
Islo of Pinos Treaty.
Morocco Treaty to be voted December 12.
Immigration restriction (in conference).
Senator Smoot's right to seat.
Publicity of campaign affairs.
Prohibiting corporation campaign contributions.
To rnnko Porto Iticnns United States citizens.
Reduction of tariff on products of Philippines.
United States to own its Embassies nnd Legations abroad.
To build government powder factory.
Appalachian and Whlto Mountain forest reserves.
Mudificntion of Chincso exclusion law. ,
Prescribing punishments on high seas, t ' ,
Codification of Revised Stntutes. ' '
Navy to have biggest battleship afloat.
Itemovnl of customs duty on works of art.
B wit in p reclamation similar to irrigation statute,
Cuhlu to Cli.tint iitiumo and ennui zone,
Nominations of htlimlan Oannl CViiumUiloneri,
Army nnd Nnvy Dental Surgeon Corps,
Iimreasd of Artillery Corps,
Tt) punUli liiiprupur utu of the Blurs inn 8re, '
lUlirmusiit u( suMruiiiiuntiN ftiderul clerks.
To wlublMi mII wiving bank am pirU'! t.
Itiwlliug working hour at rallwuy unfltiyi,
piiiipurirnoNH hhhikithia' wmm iv ''foiiitfis
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