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M Talking of Fish.
Mljj Paclieco's Autobiography.
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A Honolulan Monto Carlol
"Something to Fill Up.
For Junior Kamaatnas.
Whilo tho federal authorities aro at it, wliy do they not InvcBtigato tho
Fish Trust in Honolulu! If tlicro bo any reason why tho price of fish is so
high except through u combination of fislionnon and dealers I do not know
what it is. Mali ought to bo cheaper in Honolulu than almost anything else
except advice, when, ns a matter of fact, tho prices charged aro so nearly
prohibitive that a great many persons can not buy except on raro occasions.
Bountiful Naturo has provided us with tho means to knock the props from
under tho high cost of living; canny orientals In combination aro staying
thoso props anil wo let them.
I hear that there is a chanco of tho S. S. Kestrel being brought into
scrvico to help break tho local fishing combination, which would bo a most
appropriate thing for tho Kestrel to do, as bor primo mission whilo owned
by tho Canadian government was to chaso Baucy Vunkco fishorboats thnt
crowded over tho limit. Tho Kestrel is to ply between Honolulu
and Fnnning .and according to Willie Crelg, ono of tho heirs to tho Fanning
throne, there nro moro fish in Fnnning waters than tlicro aro politicians in
tho Kapiolnni Building. Just to illustrate, Qrcig tolls this story:
"Wo wcro out in our little schooner, cruising, when a gnlo camo up
and drovo us far out to sea. Wo didn't mind tho oxperienco so much except
for tho fact that wo were short on ballast and tho danger existed of our
little vessel being blown clean over in ono of tho blasts. As it was, wo
heeled something fearful. 1 was worried and my men woro badly frightened,
so much thnt I could scarcely drive them to tho necessary work of tho moment.
Suddenly an idea struck me.
" 'Get out your fishing tacklol' I roared. The native bbys looked at mo
and I could see that they thought '1 had gono off my head.
" 'flo on,' I repeated. 'Out with your fishlines. Wo havo to have somo
cargo aboard or go over.'
"Tho men then know what I was after. Wo all fished and throw our
catch in tho hold. You can beliovo mo or not, just as you like, but in an
hour wo wero riding on an oven keel with forty tons of still-kicking fish
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"Ob, that mino enemy would writo a book," said tho famous man, gloating
iu prospect aver tho things ho would do to that publication. That ho
had his gloat coming is evident to thoso who havo followed tho nowspnpors
during tho past few months and noted what excellent embarrassment tho
quotations from Woodrow Wilson's pages gavo tho President-elect and his
party managers. Wo havo an examplo nearer home, howovor, in tho person
of tho eminent supervisor from Knlihi, tho Honorable Manuel C. Pachcco.
Liko his illustrious party leader, Manuel has taken his pen in hand on various
occasions and has oven gono to tho limit of biography. Now that ho has
attained the dizzy heights of a supcrvisorship and has gono Patrick Henry
ono better in declaiming "God help thoso United States," when Firo Chief
Thurston was kept in office, it is interesting to know just what Pacheco has
to say concerning Pachcco and tho following is it:
Brother Manocl Caetano Pacheco was born n few years ago on
the rock-ribbed island of Sao Jorge, within :i stone's throw of the
tempestuous Atlantic Ocean. On tho particular day when brother
Pachcco first came into tho forest of this life, that samo tempestuous
Atlantic Ocean was raging something fierce; Mars was at loggerheads
with Jupiter; tho Moon was cloudy; Capricornus had lockod horns
with Taurus; tho Ham was on the rumpngo; Leo was growling something
awful becauso Neptune, who Jiad a grouch, wus jabbing him
with his trident; tho Twins were bawling their heads off becauso tho
Crab and the Scorpion wero snapping at ono another, and tho Archer
had scut an arrow from his bow into tho coattails of tho Waterman,
causing that worthy to full oil tho wator wagon into the lap of Virgo,
who angrily lambasted him over the head with tho Balance. Notwithstanding
nil these ominous signs of nature, brother Puchuco was
a sweet tempered child until an event happened that somewhat changed
his cherubic disposition. Being of nn investigating turn of mind,
brother Pachcco was ono dny rummaging in tho family cupboard,
when bo camo across a jar containing some roddish powder. Thinking
that it was something good to eat, ho hastily uncorked tho jar,
and, pouring out a fistful of tho stuff, ho swallowed It at ono gulp.
No sooner had our hero swallowed tho powder thnn ho let out an
agonized screech that was plainly heard over tho tossing waters of
tho Atlantic, on tho neighboring islands of Pico, Terceira and
Attracted by tho stromas of pnin, our hero's parents camo
nmning to his assistance, and found him in the throes of convulsions,
still clutching the jar, which was labollod, "Best Quality Cayonno
Pepper." The- villago doctor labored long nnd arduously over our
burning nnd pain-racked hero, but to tlito dny brother Pneheco still
has a largo quantity of that pepper in his system.
Being poor, brother Pacheco immigrated to this Paradise of tho
Pacific and accepted a remunerative position on n Biigar estate, whero
ie acquired enough monoy, in three years, to pay for his transporta
tion to tho city of Honolulu.
Brother Pacheco ia a lightweight literary athlcto. He is also nn
actor of no mean abilities, his most successful rolo being thnt of a
Brother Pacheco, like all aggressive and Impulsho men, hns been '
very frequently roisundorstood nnd misrepresented by his enemios.
But, his conscience has always been supported by tho belief that "duty,
tbougb ?t' about- by thorns, may still bo msdo n stnIT supporting '
oven while It tortures. Cast it uwny, nnd, like the prophet's wand,
It chunges to a snake. "
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Those who are being requisitioned to tnke part la the Curnlvitl
Historical dictionary nays that It U pronounced pajent, with the
intent on tliu first syllable"-should take, a tip being passed urouud by Howard
Nugent, who dot the heavy act at tho JIIJou evenings nuil In tho afternoon,
wtio n the sun shines, Is ICainftliameliu, the king of the l'ljls, the bold American
alio will die "em owe hwtlle band It laid upon (lint siierml banner" or tb
gallant low, just lb nwHMity of (he script call for.
KwH'nt's tip U to bWMr u! tbe no"iity suu, willed lilUUi like it aorpent
mil Mlwntk Ilk u twl, knows, Ue. (Jwalp Mi It that tome
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pirgntory," lie rrmark.
To glr to his wmrnlng. N'MKcnt tells of a pageant he witnessed, the
Inst tttfld tin irn In Ktigtatftl, In which the role nf Applui Claudius was given
to a iiisn who looked tliu jmrt and carried himself with marked distinction.
"Are yon Aprim (lanillntf" aked one of tliono Individuals who liko to
ftrvy, properly tirggod, every one In n spotUclo.
" 'ppy Clnuitltiaf"!Cnme In Cotkncy accents, whilo hist draperies fluttered
)n tho raw wind. " 'Appy as f'laiidllis no, I'm un'nppy na, 'ell I"
It's jnst possible Ihnt Miile of ua who tnke part In tho pageant at
will be as "im'sppy" ns that if strict attention Is paid to history and
the win shines bright.
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I'rnlu'e Wnyiie, n uattern newapaper nnd mngnzine writer of note, who
is sojourning iu .the Island for a time, advances a now proposal. Sho la of
tho xi pin Ion that Ilmipltilii in not taking ndvnnthgd of its opportunities. The
liiils.nround Honolulu hold glittering potentialities for her.
"1 lliitlcratinul," she paid, "that the prosjicrity of this' beautiful city is
altogether dependent upon sugar nnd foldlers. Hut why! Thero is no reason
why this (.hoiibl not bo turned into ii Monte Cnrlo which would put that famed
rerort maintained by M, Blanc f.ir, far into tho shade. Tho principle tomplo
to the goddCfs of fortune should bo erected on Punchbowl nnd thero Bhould
be a casino crowning ocry other hill In the vicinity. Your should havo an
open towil whero tho tourists could get a run for their money. They come
here to be amused nnd in ninny instances to rejoice over their escaping from,
tho pall of dcatlly respectability which has settled over their homo towns.
"Poszibly I would not bo giving expression to such unholy thoughts,
had 1 not been confined for six days in a cabin with a young woman who
Ana iu n perpetual stato of ecstftcy becnuso sho was going' to spend sovon
jears in Chiiin, wrecking the religion of Confucius.
"Therefore I dream of a Honolulu of fun and frivolity with a moral atmosphere
less tempered by. Puritanism, t would see it shod its sackcloth and
live more in accordance with its climate. I think that before I leavo I shall
take the matter up with the promotion committee.
"I havo already consulted ono federal official, who approves heartily of
my roseate scheme but says ho is uuablo to take it up becauso hla term of
scrvico is closing. Ho promises to lenvo the suggestion to bo carried out
by his successors."
How about it, Honululnnst Plcneo do not nil speak at once.
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I havo been asked by the editor of Tho Advertiser to mako room in this
column for a poem which reached tho editorial desk during tho week, accompanied
by tho following letter:
Kditor Advertiser: As I know you are always anxious to receive
little writo ups of some kind for your paper, bo I am sending you
this little poem which I wrote on my ideas of life. As I am a groat
mountain climber nnd hiker, so I chooso thiB ono for my subject.
Hoping you arc glad to receive this writo up of mine, I remain,
K. A. McGUIRE.
1 rather rcEentcd the request at first, until I h'ad had an opportunity
of going over tho poem critically. Then I withdrew my objections. Tho
poem expresses my own ideas so aptly only iu moro flowing language than
anything 1 could hope to write that 1 not only allowed it to bo hero presented
but insisted ou it. Mr., or Miss, MeGuiro, tho letter docs not mako it plain
which, entitles tho poem "Where Nature Only Exsists," and it follows, without
tho deletion ot u singlo letter: '
I am leaving tho city prisoned by walls,
Where the rcbtless millions flow;
In thu midst of nature surrounded by falls,
Away from your streets and show;
' Thero where the song birds siug and pipe,
You cau rest 'ncath the truo blue sky;
And whilo In tho city you never would like,
The look of tho bills so high.
I havo Bcrvei my time In office and mill,.
Where impure air blows free;
But now I am off for tho plains and lulls,
Where the pure air's sweetened by trees;
THIS OPIUM RIN6 Wonuw In It
(1'roin Saturday Advertiser
Haven hundred dollnm ' wurth of
opium Is Iu the melody nf Collector
of Urn Port IJ. Jt, HlneMiblf, lo Wall
Chung, n Clilmn) merrhiiiit of N'niiiiiiu
iiVMiuie, is hi the riiMmly of United
Hutu MurabMl llimilrv and Dm Bun
t'riiiii'li uutburltltMi will noun he look-
Ills! fur m woman In tlwt city as re-
uTt of a local tip mtitut ih opium
m,.iutl.vi,ji tulilol. ikyi.nu.l Liflll
wlilali j. ii utisfu.
I91.V. -SEMI- WEEKLY.
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"Better an anachronism than
I have had my time of work and strife,
Which seemed far away from light;
And I am going back where thero 's real true life,
With golden days and silver nights;
There seems no better life to lead,
Than the one on the open trail;
And above the creek among restless leaves,
The wood thrust tells his happy tail.
You can have your buildings nnd crowded streets,
And the daily traflie that roars;
Hut the mountaineer will always retreat,
For truo life- in the clear out-doors;
I am hiking bock to the unknown grounds,
Where humane foot hath never trod;
And whilo I am there still on my rounds,
On river banks, I'll stroll with rod.
You can have your cars and auto rides.
For the people will always insist;
But let mc be on the mountain Bides,
Where nature only exsitts.
For the oldtime knmnainas tho news of fifty and years ago,
ns republished in Tho Advertiser each Sunday, "bits tho right spot," but
thero are some "junior kstnaainas" who. complain that they aro not" catered
to, suggesting thnt items onco in awhile about tho doings of, say, ten years
ago, would be equally relished:
So to keep peace in the large family of readers, we gladly turn back
to tho hnppcnings ns chronicled in the first week of February, 1903, and pick
at random these items:
Rapid Transit company opens through line to Waikiki; Lorrin Andrews
lakes office as elaborate plans for additions to executive
building called for by superintendent of public works; Col. Tom Fitcb and
Judge Highton dissolve law partnership; cahlo steamer Silverton departs for
London; Chief McDufiio was bouncer nt new Chlneso theater; Contractor Fred
Hnrribon engaged in erecting Gunst-Eakin Cigar Company building; chamber
of commerce and merchants' association unito to open up touriBt headquarters
nt central place in tho city; tho now county bill hns been published nnd Is
being carefully read by the heavier taxpayers and businessmen generally;
Kugoiie Snndow, "the strongest man on earth," visits Honolulu; L. E. Pink-ham
retires as treasurer and manager of Pacific Hardware Company; production
of "Maritana" nt Opera House by local talent a fine success; Ben Bruns
arrives with his wonderful dog, "Dudy"; First Nntlonnl Bank receives $50,.
0Q0 to redeem Hnwuiinn coins; Joseph G. Prntt In Washington on fire claims
WOMAN MIXED IN J'l,' " wm'" ''" "I,l",,r before thu court,
Two of the piissengcrs who left tho
Mongolia nt this port Here tmirlst who
nftir om dhliculty kuriirril room t
a local boarding bouse, Before tho
ktctimor sntliid they with visited by u
wnmiii rmployii nf the ateumer ami
hniiiloil a box, The woman naked thorn
tn Ixwp It for her until It wus called
fur. I.nti'r their suspicions bucamo
gruuMkl. Tliy iipeiiml tlm box nnd
fminil Iu it Iwtr blitJilurs Ailed wltli Iliu
upuratliMis wi)UHl uuf j iy drux, Ibu wbulu iiiilolinutrly
ly yi'iurdny, walubiug ' iwuui!) mul vuly'"!, nt tbe
iillniiir Kilill' nun K.wurk juirri'iii prUv burn, at piiM aj or
iut ua iii uwilor bis .lir.M nun jh , iii tuMlrl dollar.
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MwHiilia fur Han l'iakli WadJUW , ami n null nlk u irl
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WILLIAM D3UTH2TT. "Tlye Toiirlit" Is going to be tho best ainnteur
porlormiiiito ctt teen in Honolulu nnd If good deal better than most
tonal productions as n whole,
SUFEItVISOB WOLTEB. Tho newspapers print somethings I fay but
not everything I sny nnd so I nm misunderstood. They should print everything
I say nnd then everybody will understand mo better than 1 unJcrstnnd
OEOEOE LYOUROUB. It's pretty hard to bnve gone through a. warm
liit of tho Balkan war, at tho front with tho Greek army, nnd go through it;
iitihcnthod, nnd then come back to Honolulu and get wounded in the foot by a
piece of coral.
"80APB0X" BABBON. If I had my wny about things I would havo an
election hero every thrco months. Since tho last election I have not had a
chance to oven open my mouth, For one of my easy temperament and few
words, this silenco is killing.
JOHN HUGHES. This country hns it nil over tho country of my birth
in one respect, at least. That is, no ono is set against another becauso theifl
religion hnppens to differ. So long ns a man behaves as a man Bhould ho
Is respected by all, and that is tho way it should bo.
KAYOB JAY FEEN. It is my duty to appoint janitors nnd toll tho band
whero ho should piny. 1 havo dono so but I havo no word to say about the)
rate of taxing. That is pilikla for tho supervisors. If tho tax como too high
it should not bo a worry for mo for I am cared for only by tho band and
MAS TrIALINI. After finishing my engagements in Honolulu I will go
to .Tnpnn nnd givo a special performance before tho Emperor of Japan. Every
thing hns been arranged for me. Apponring boforo crowned heads is nothing
now to mo for I havo played boforo tho late King Edward, King Gcorgo and;
many other rulers of Europe rind I fool 'em nil.
CHABLES CHILLINGWOBTH. My rocommondntion is that tho man
selected as general manager of the 1914 Parade nnd Carnival bo named immo;
dintcly after tho 1013 event and that ho then shut up hia own Bhop nnd proparo
to devote all his time to working for Honolulu, A managor of a Floral Parado
liaB no business to have business. I bavo found that out.
SEOBETAEY BABBITT (Library of Hawaii). Tho children's room nt tho
Library of Hawaii will he ono of tho interesting dopartmonts. Tho trustees
hoped to secure n person from abroad to look after this department, but tho
funds nro insufficient. Miss I.awronco will bo in charge, howovor, nnd this
feature of the library work will bo carried oa. The children's Btudy room is
also nnothor interesting department.
WALTEB, DOYLE. Tho first house has gono up in tho town of Roaring
Camp. During week days it will bo tho office of tho mayor and tho headquarters
of the stranglers. Sundays a gospel Bharp will bavo the first caH
ind nights it will bo a danco hall until twolvo o'clock midnight, from which!
hour until daylight it will bo used ns a bunk houso for critters as don't
caro to take a chance sleeping out.
H. E. HENDBICKS. Hawaii is sadly lacking in nrt culture. Wo should
bnve more painters nnd sculptors and give encouragement to thoso wo do havo.
Perhaps the school vvork is now ovorcrowded but in time it might also bo well
to givo more attention to tho study of sculpture and art in our public schools.
With proper training thero is no reason why Hawaii would not sooa take its
place in tho front ranks of tho art centers of tho world.
F. B. McSTOOKEB. It is impossible as yot to say what Mr. Castlo will
decide to do at Pahoa. It may bo that a small plant will bo put in to turi
out paving blocks, for tho presont, becauso that part of tho business is an
important one. Thero is a largo amount of capital lockod up in track, donkoy
engines, cables nnd such things, which tho firo did not affect. Tho loss, oft
course, is heavy. It will run over hnlf a million, rather than under it.
MABGABBT NUGENT. Appreciative! I havo found audiences in Honolulu
moro appreciative than anywhere I havo ever played. To mo this disproves
a belief current among actor-folk on the mainland that Honolulu theatergoers
do not appplaud good work. Wo havo found tho public hero always ready
to givo encouragement 'to tho efforts of our company. And lively ovidenco of
approval often means far moro than salary to actors who bavo tho ideals of
their profession at heart.
HENRY COBB-ADAMS. In tho Illustrated London Nows of January 11
there is a very good picture of the. "Newly Discovered Man of Sussex," temp,
cuca ( J) million years ago. Now, as wo have como from tlicro and Kent for many
centuries, this man must bo one of my ancestors. Namo! Why, Adam Cobb,
with emphasis on tho second syllable of tho Christian namo. This will take
the wind out of the sails of tho Mayflower, tho F. F. V. and tho Who's Who.in
Hawaii nnd all such of mushroom growth.
from bis superiors for his work !nge. When ho cam'o back ho was with
day morning as he managed to a customs officer and I was arrested.
Into a happy tourist reading magazines I do not know the nnmo of tho Chincso
so artfully thnt bis old acquaintance,
I.eo wan CJIiung, never recognized mm
and walked into the trap.
The San Francisco authorities havo
now been requested to intercept tho
woman ou the Mongolia who brought
the opium afhore and upon her nrrest
it is expected that the usual revelations
will bo made ns npon other occasions
when the treasury officials havo
broken into tho opium ring.
The warrant charging Lee Wall
Chung with aiding and abetting in
smuggling opium was served by Deputy
United Stntes Marshal D. K. Sherwood,
in United States Marshal Hendry's of-
fico shortly after ten o'clock yesterday
morning. The accused man summoned
Attorney Lorrin Andrews to defend
him, afterwards waived preliminary
examination before United States
Commission' r C. S. Davis and bail was
fixed at $1501).
At two-thirty o'clock yesterday afternoon
tho prisoner succeedod in so-
curing sureties and was released to appear
beforo the United otntes district
court, February 14 next. Chun Kin
Sut and Chang Knm Slug qualified as
tmret'cs in the sum of fluuu eacn.
While these preliminary Arrangements
wero being "made the United
States grnnd jury was In session, thnt.
body returning nn indictment shortly
before noon. This Indictmout is now
on the secret file of United SUtes Mar-rim!
Hendry and it la understood that
a warrant will nt once bo issued under
An Old Hand.
According to United Btntes District
Attorney Breckons, Lee Wab Chung
bus previously been convicted of aid-ins
nnd nbettini: In the smuggling of
opium, He wiik arrested December U,
WW, n considerable quantity of un
stamped opium bring found In bl
J or Ibis offense bo wua fined
1000, muiplng u jal suiiU'iice on the
iili'H. It la sain. Unit lila IimHIi whs
Hint liniruumniit inlulit ruault in
his ilculii. Tun tliutimiil dollar fine
a promptly pwltl,
"Yw, ft i trut lint 1 w
fur Mjiiuui HNUgling lmfarn," will
Us Wab I'liuittf )saUafiUy. "I 4 iMt
row now hi urn tut opium was wunu
I am a fri.Md nf ! t'Lura. I was
1ul IMXmi iru Ma4 i 'll ItM 6
"I 4 uui kuw aMitf ataul litis
hargr I a urk4J ill aMwimtn
fiii I bad dnllttfM il at ilm
' uii.u nf h l, ii mush un Viiimn lrt!,
''b ur t i H tn in i by aawbn
bKHtr lit M l ( '' H"
l.uuif aiit Ibr wi aiMsU fist
i ii.t mMf m i sair'ag
who gavo mo tho note. X did not seo
Leo Wnh Chung is quito well known
in Honolulu. lie is said to bo a brother
of L. Y. Ahoo, proprietor of tho
Iliver stables and a well known Chinese.
He speaks English fluently and
has been engaged in tho real estate and
Much mystery was attached to tho
preliminary proceedings yesterday.
Neither United Stntes District
Breckons or Marshal Hendry or
any ono connected with tho federal department
would discuss the case beyond
giving out the facts of tho arrest.
Loi Chuck, whom Loo AVah Chung
mentions as his fnond, Is well known
in Honolulu. Ho is engaged in tho
farming business and is said also to
have tho contract .for furnishing vegetables
to all vessels of the Pacific Mall
Steamship Company which touch at this
Tho federal officers stated yesterday
that so far as thoir investigations are
concerned Leo Chuck is in no way implicated
in this case or any other. It
is claimed that tho fact that the prison
er Btnteil that ho know the Chinoso
farmer is of no importance.
"It is fmposslblo nt this time to
givo out all tho information wo havo
in this case," said Attorney Breckons.
"It is possiblo tho grand jury has tak
en BOinp action and until such time as
wo havo further Information to givo
out, nil I know Is simply the arrest of
Leo Wab Chung."
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When I'm hurried forth to dlno
By my watchful wife,
There ' no joy In it for mine,
Not upon your life.
Fuss nnd fashion please mo not;
Unversed In such lore.
I'v ii tough tlm telling what
AH Ibo forki uro for.
Dliltea iliHilitlcm rich nm rare
I'liw before a uiiin,
Hut I don't mi joy tliu fara
Ami I uvir aan.
A) my wu timun mei
))imr I nlibir,
J'or I iioi r ran tit lira
Wlmt b 'aria ar tin,
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