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THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY io, 1902.
"WOMAN'S "WRATH .
-I mm the A.Teniaer every ay U
keo tiaek of the wicked He tbat are
i,,,. .. - -rt-j ji,. Theresa
IvUeox. -wife of HawafTs Delegate to 5 the troth about party affairs-; Entrance to the premises was gain
OMMErea to aa Advertiser reporter T- Advertiser man Batnrally took- Urwish a a- window. The rob-
Jast alter the Hone Role Repvbttcaa ,
meeting in Foster Hall last ntgbL
1 wwt to tell you that yon bare
printed what is not tne and tbat you
mebt to b asbaond to ntisreareeeat
Ma the way yon do. I give yon in-
Jonaatioa aad you deliberately twist
k to nU the narposes of the Adrer-;
itmmr i dmnuid that you make aa
inolosy tbat is if the Advertiser has ' the Advertiser was; tbat it was coa
oh decency Wt." "aJ,r le,n floil a that '
There was twulderabi. excitement , the reporter ought to be ashamed of
. 1. ikt int ftRr the himself for being a party to tnem.
U roster Hall last Members of e Hoaie Rule ny
Hosse Role meeting broke op. Mrs. aYound atteBptlllB w ,
Wikox had a copy of the Advertiser perMa-e Mrg WHcox to her ,
la her band aad waited for the re-; a?ranst lhe Adrenir. saying
porter of that paper to speak to her. ; that eTerybodv knew what kind of a
She then brolie forth with indignation. ( p it .as and there was no gooj
Uktoe when the Advertiser Intended ln tryjng to reform it
io let p on Its policy of warring on . some as Mrs. Wilcox voice rose
TOttn ' in jnstlnable anger, playfully called
Mrs. Wilcox specined nnmeroos In-' for the police.
correct articles and waxed more in-J As the Advertiser reporter went'
Hgftant as she recalled the many mis- J down stairs Mrs. Wilcox followed him
representations of the Advertiser in : and continued her remarks, scoring
regard to hrself personally and the ' the Advertiser for its fight against a
Home Rnle Republican party- woman.
The ladr followed the Advertiser The last seen of the two. long after
aiaa around the room, snaking aer
In bis face and telling him what she
iaoagbt of the Advertiser.
She announced that she was an in-
AFFAIRS DISCUSSED ;
rraM the Lontelaaa Planter:
Honoluln, Hawaii, December 4
There is apparently no change in
veather conditions on any of the isl
xnds for the past week. The dry spell
ft Hawaii is probably over for years
io come, and there is plenty of rain
a all the islands.
The showing made by some of the
idantations. In fact the most of them
this month, has not been as good as
year ago this month. The dividends
en the Honokaa plantation have been
entirely cut off because of the loss
vbleh the severe llamakua drought
autailed. The Ewa plantation paid
dividends aggregating $50,000 this
month. Waimanalo. $5,000. Oahu. $15.
M0. and Kalmku $5,000. There is a
Itrotnise. however, of bigger dividends
for the next month. There is a feel
ing of-be Iter times among the plant
ers and of bigger dividends all the
way through, as no Itirge expenditures
far machinery and improvements are j
nticipated for the coming year.
Expert From Washington.
Frank K. Coerper. an agricultural
department expert from Washington
to here making investigations, pre
ramably at the instance of President
Kooaerelt. He has been collecting
statistics as (o the availability of the
lands o-ned b.v the sugar planters.
tar the ratsina- rt irnns nthor thnn
saaar. His niKin. u - ,ww nn !
bM M..Vh t knm tn .i.i. tut .
will not report in favor of the admis- j
won of Chinese. He says that within
UlOther year, that cane machinery
vm- be perfected which w ill do with
se white man. the work that it now
takes five Asiatics to accomplish.
JurmA mlilf nlilaf Im Atinn.. rr tt.n
local experiment station for the gov- '
Wmuoat hK als r.BIv.l Inatrnn- '
lloas by wire to forward immediately
M possible Information concerning
direneined industries in Hawaii.
Pearl Harbor Sugar Lands.
The sugar planters generally are
Interested in the trial of the Pearl
Grant Will Be Manager.
IjOuIs T. Grant has been offered the
management of the Oceanic Gas &'
Weetrlc Company and wilt jwobably j
. ,n tbe beginning of next !
. .i i
Harvey Discovers an Island.
Frank Harvey has discovered a new
island which has been formed from
dirt carried out b.v the Nip stream.
ear tbe Moasarrat place between
Diamond and Koko Head. The island.
hlch has quite a bit of vegetation j
" wa "cared tjarvey island.
Lucas Is Hurt.
Tho. R. Lucas was hurt by tbe fall
la; cf an iron frame at the old Davies
haitdtng on Kaahuntanu street The
frame hit him oa the head cutting a.
,l ia ii v. j ...i.
aeh 14 inches long and stunning
htm a Uttle while.
Address by Weedon.
Oa Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock
Walter G. Weedon will deliver an ad
dress, entitled. "Among the Associa
te on the Mainland. at the Y. M.
C A. hall. A vocal solo will be given
V Mate a B. Hyde. All men aro In
vited. New Ice Cream Parlors.
IX G. Camarinos has recently -opened
tip a dainty and neat ice cream
parlor, corner of Alakea and King.
Everything clean and tasty. Ice
cream, cool drinks, etc Don't fail to
j dependent woaaa and that she be-,
j lieved la speaktog tie truth and that
her husband wasted her to tall aota-
, ed embarrassed, bot manfully tried to
stand up for the paper for which he
xx-vB mrHs?. He said that bo mi-
. repre6eiltaUoH 1 h9en intended in
j MT cse and a, he woald g any.
; .-, ta . Advertiser that Mrs. Wl-
" asHf ?--. - r-- -
j ated him to say. anything to
j please her. be said.
This did not satisfy
j however. She
said she knew what
the meeting had dispersed. Mrs. Wil
cox -was still shaking her fist at the
reporter and tho latter was still prom
ising to apologize.
' Harbor condemnation suits, because
' of the fact that sugar lands are being
taken and exceedingly absurd values
are placed on them by the government i
I experts. The Bishop estate owns 600
i acres of cane land which the United
; States is taking for use as a naval sta
i tion, and in the suit now on trial in
the courts here, alleged experts plac
ed the value of this land at from $5
to $50 an acre. It is admitted that
the land will produce eight tons of
sucar tn tho acre, anil the Bishon
estate claims the property to be worth '
Mx hundred dollars an acre. ,
Work at Olaa Plantation.
The second largest sugar mill in
Hawaii has been started in operation
at Olaa plantation on Hawaii. Steam i
was raised in the mill today but it will J
not be in full operaUon for about
throe weeks, and having a capacity '
of 1750 tons each twenty four hours.!
it will be the largest in the territory ,
except the Spreckelsville mill. Cut-'
t'ng of the immense crop of 4400 acres
on Olaa will begin in about two weeks.
Altogether there are about 1S.000
acres in cane, and this plantation will
be one of the greatest producers on
the islands within a few years.
Prof. A Koebele, the government
entomologist, is making a tour of the
plantations on Hawaii looking for
cane borers. He has recommended
the fumigation of every cane
"ro"St into the territory to prevent
l,he Int4lnrtlon of destructive pests ,
Tho news that the contract for the ,
first section of cable to Honolulu had ,
been let. was received with much '
gratification here. With the cominc ,
FrAtrt $ 1 h f r
! of tho cable it is believed that all Ha
p'a"an securlties will be listed on th
"'" " v.xcimi;, WDtCU IS
now impossible owing to Hawaii's
N'ows brought by the Niihau from
Kauai is that there are S.1C7 bags of I
rnorj; r ?r?u at the varl
ous ports of that Island. ,
Observatory Soon Finished
The observaton- which is bein
erected near Barber's Point 'by the'
Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey I
of United States under
vision or Mr. He mine, will soon b
, completed. The observatory, wh'ch '
will be a very complete and interest
r ng one. will be under the conduction
of Mr. Fleming until h? is relieved."
Meeting at St. Andrews.
A meetlne for th mirnoso ar niert
lag officers for the ensuing year will '
be held at St Andrew's Cathedral this
evening at S o'clock All those who
have registered aro entitled to vote.
Manoa Residents Kick.
A complaint has been filed bv resi-
dents in the upper end of Manoa val-l
i . . .
y in regam to the condition of the j
bridge over which the greater part of
traffic passes along the main thor-'
ourhfarn Tfco cf,-., ..,. :.. ,
in a most dangerous condition.
National Guard Meeting.
A meeting has beon called for the
'toard of Officers of tbe National
Guard of Hawaii, to be held Sunday)
spml.iT at 10 o'clock. The order Ts
Ignod by Col. J. W. Jones, and Is-1
i hv Tr,n ;,cf. ni .,
ued by Jchn Schatfer, Captain and
Call up Phone 21S and get our fimres
- Tookbmding and Ruling. Republican
office. . .
DR. MORI -A VICTIM.
Offices Visited by Burglars But. Little
cf Value Taken.
Aiming the latest to receive hoc-
taral visits from light fingered sentry ,
among the ranks of the physicians of.
j Honetata is Dr. Mori with eSces on J
Beretania street. i
j ransacked the house and office. '
They secered nothing of value. Costly
u.i inc.n.mon, - tmnraA hv
i t !. i iviii h uicu .. n i uv vu -; i
tht bnrgiar hp seemingiy seek for
cash oalr prom aH lndtcatlons lne
- inrfinH to believe that the
' j was perf0fmed by the same par-1
ties who have visited the omces of
-That's a queer complaint the BuH
garian brigands are making, that Miss (
Stone is trying to convert' them to 1
Christiantity, said Mrs. Snaggs. v t
"Yes, I wonder if they won't de-'
mand an indemnity from the Americ
an Government as well as the ran
som." added Mr. Snaggs. Pittsburg
PAYING FOR A MEAL.
It TVaa Worth Shilling Io
Colonel Ebenezer Sproat. of Revolu-'
tlonary fame, was born and bred in
Middleboro. Moss. He was always
fond of a Joke and was quick to seize
an opportunity to Indulge his propen
sity, as the following Incident, related
by Dr. HUdreth, well Illustrates. His
father, also a Colonel Sproat, kept a
tavern. One day while Ebenezer was j
at home on a furlough three private i
I soldiers, on their return from the seat i
j of war, called for a cold luncheon. (
! Mrs. Sproat set on the table some I
bread and cheese with the remnants of j
- s rk,?
IJJL' laUJUJ UIUUC1, UIWU UCA auu
men. He felt a little vexed that tne
defenders of the country were not
more bountifully supplied
dlers. after satisfying their
asked him how much they should pay.
Ebenezer said be would ask bis moth
er. He found her in the kitchen.
"Mother," he said, "how much Is It
worth to pick those bones?'
"About a shilling, 1 guess," she an-,
The young officer returned to the sol-;
dlers, and. taking from the barroom till j
8 shillings and smiling genially upon j
gave each man one and with
otiod wishes sent thpm on thnlr vrnv. I
Mrs. Sproat1 soon after cnnie In and
asked Ebenezer what he had done with
the money for the soldiers dinner. '
iD apparent amazement he exclaim-
ed: "Money! Did I not ask you what
It was worth to pick those bones, and
you said a 6hllllng7 I thought It little
enough, for the bones were pretty bare.
ana l handed the men the money!
from the m- and the nre Kne" ,
Mr9' Sproat could not find heart to j
?" favor te son ?r tWf
IntDrnrnTOttnn rT hat wnvAa nml then I
, , ,,, .,. .i "' ,... '
josf Blum Iookm 'Sbe laughed and
oui iuu, iutu u ju&c, uuu cu( ui it:i u.u
was all right. Youth's Com-
Anta Invent a TVnjron.
"There are a good many ants of dif
ferent varieties on the lot at my coun
try place, near Covington, and last
year I began to make a systematic
study of their habits." says a contribu
tor to the New Orleans Times-Democrat.
"Nenr one of my flower beds ls
a colony of small red ants that are ex-
., .,' ,.. , ,,t .
mg engineering feats In trans-
porting heavy burdens to their home.
N0t long ago I watched a party of
about a dozen who had found the body
of a small spider and were dragging it
toward the nest. The spider had hairy
legs, which stuck out ln every direction
and caught on obstacles, greatly re
tarding progress. For several min
utes the ants tolled away with their
awkward booty and then stopped and
seemed to hold a council. A minute
frapnent f dr ,ef w,a9 ,rnB m
Then se,zt1 tfle and glid
atontr without rttfflniilrr "
The Advance of Time.
The age of man, we are told. Is three-
Jfl i?', !! ?J, '
r Mtf ue.alUle sooa. no material al-
to CO, the alteration starUes; still we
are not bowed down. In the earliest
periods of our life the body strength
ens and keeps up the mind: In the later
stages of It the reverse takes place,
and the mind keeps up the body: a
formidable duty this and keenly felt
by both. Such Is time's progress.
The Carp la Very Ilony.
Feople marvel at the mechanism of
the human body, with Its 492 bones j
and GO arteries, but man Is simple In :
this respect compared with the carp.
That remarkable flsh mom nn twet ,
than 4.3S0 bones and muscles everv
... . .. ... . . . . '
re.D,reainet " nas 4'FU velns- tt
'V nothing of Its 99 muscles.
The Wont o( It
Jack Tom. I'm in a terrible fix. Tm
engaged to three girls.
Tom Well, that's not eiacUy a crime.
Jack No; that's the worst of It If
It were. I could go to prison and have
Improve the golden moment J.JjJSjSw
2JE unlty ud ", ? b' E oSndtnF Sn arrives at
wlthIn oa" ch ls the great art of!.-jn iT,
If & woman tries to practice what
her husband preaches, she has no lira
for gossip. Chicago News.
Tickets for Perry Lecture.
Tickets for the lectnre which Mr.
PeTrr ls gje at the Y. M. C. A
oa Jannary 15 are now on sale at the
rooms of the Y. W C A. in the Bos-
, see got 3 copjr tbat
BeT noveL I suppose yoo know it's
a book of doubtful morality.
'No. I didnt. bat I'm glad to "hear
: "Yes. the last oae I boaght was
, of undoubted immoraUtv." Philadel-
I Ut?e Boston Boy Mother, I told
Santa cla"3 that ne m' trouble
" . - . - .--
to me this season.
' Mother What do yon mean. Epa
Little Boston Boy Mother, he has
vorn jjs 0ld fur overcoat such a long
period that I feel assured it must
be infested with pernicious microbes.
Detroit Free Press.
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WHSKIES from $2.50 per gallon and
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