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Tronlil l'lijslcnl ns wo II ns Mental,
Cnri-d. Sick Mado Wtll. Iiillrm
The earthquake has shaken a
good many folks out of their mental
troubles. Physicians tell me that
many of their patients hove disap
peared. They have not died, but
recoevred their strength and are
no longer in need of medecine.
The earthquake was good medicine.
It frightened many invalids into
health and strength. The fire com
pelled, the sick to take up their
beds and walk. "New occasions
teach new dutips." The earth
quake cure is a radical one, and
many called it blessed. They have
cause to rejoice. Before the catas
trophe they were dosing themselves
with medicine and paying doctors'
bills and suffering real and imagin
ary ills. Suddenly they were com
pelled to change their diet, com
pelled to hustle as they never hus
tled before, and forced by circum
stances to things they never thought
they could do. Insane patients
became rational, rheumatics went
to the dogs, dyspepsia took wings
and flew away, old mental worries
were shaken down like bricks from
thechinncys, long-standing diseases
disappeared as by magic, and men
and woman are now walking the
streets who have been spending
their time at invalids. It is the
earthquake cure, "well shaken be
Now there is something signi
ficant all this. There is a law of
health which the earthquake shook
out of our complex natures. Some
will call it Christian Science, or
some other name. I do not know
that it is yet given a proper designa
nation. Certain it is that men may
be shaken out of themselves for
their own good. They fall into
the habit of being morbid and weak
and ill, and a great occasion is"
required to rouse us from the habit
of not feeling well, Mental trou
bles are numerous among sensitive
people, who -depend upon the doc
tor for relief.
The necessity of doing for ones-
self, ot taking up the bed upon
which we have been lying, of fight
ing our way into safety and helping
others, is an excellent drug. What
most of us need, at intervals at
least, is some new duty. The poet
Tennyson gives an example of this
in his poem, "Maud," when the
warped mind of a sentimental and
broken-hearted lover is restored by
the breaking out of the Crimeau
war. The "expulsive power of a
new affection" redeems him. Thus
many a man gets back his appetite
by doing some new thing and liv
ing a new life. The kitchens on
the street have been more beneficial
than the drug stores. They have
furnished a fresh and natural com
plexion for the girls, and a new
stomach to the men
The earthquake cure touches a
philosophy of life and is a good
illustration of the thing that all the
world is seeking. The mental re
sults of a terrible scare are often
disastrous, but it takes an earth-
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quake to save some people to them
selves. It knocks ennui to the
winds and throws physic to the
It is easier to measure the mat
erial destruction than to indicate
the mental and moral benefits of
this terrible affair. My own belief
is that the people are more sound
in every way. The nerves of some
women are still unstrung, and they
read with avidity every foolish
prophecy of another earthquake;
but on the other hand I am con
vinced that under these ashes are
old troubles, old diseases, long
standing worries, foolish fancies,
aches and pains and whims and
worn-out affections and burnt-out
passions, and rising out of them
Phoenix-like, will issue a new-born
life. No city on the land has so
many strong, cheerful people today
as has San Francisco. They may
be accounted for by that peculiar
process of healing which comes
from a great multitude forgetting
themselves just for a day. We
think to much nbout ourselves; we
are too self-centered. An earth
quake cracks it as it shatters a vase.
Rev. W. Rader, published in Saiv
Thd Edurntlonnl (jurtllllntlloili
"It seems to me," observes "The
Bystander" in the Advertiser'
"now the Immigration bill has
passed the Senate, that our people
at Washington should try and get
it amended before it reaches the
House so as to exempt immigration
to the Hawaiian islands from its
educational tests. Otherwise Mr.
Stackoble might well be called
back from Azores. If the bill be
comes a law in its present lorm,
requiring that every immigrant shall
be able to rend aud write at least
one language, what would be the
use in bringing illiterate Portuguese
here? About the only people wc
could depend upon would be the
Japanese, for in the matter of edu
cation the Italians are not much
better off than the Portuguese,"
and a correspondent in the same
publication suggests: ', Something
certainly should be done, for with
an educational test our plan to im
port Latins would seem to be ut an
end. Any attempt to eliminate the
tes.t itself would be absolutely futile;
influences have undoubtedly been
at work in support of the test be
side which any puny effort on our
part against the measure would be
absured. How would it do to cable
our representatives in Washington
asking that an amendment to the
educational test be inserted, to read
something like this:
"Provided, however, that upon
the requisition of the Governor of
the Territory of Hawaii thereof the
Secretary of Labor and Commerce
(or whoever under the bill has con
trol in the premises) is authorized
for a period of seven years to admit
European families into said Terri
tory without regard to the educat
ional test provided for in this bill,
such families not to exceed five
thousand in any one year."
California Ulrls Coming.
Honolulu, May 29. The Cali
fornia girls may not make all the
noise of having a time as their Ore
gon sisters did, but just the same
they are having the time of their
lives. Hawaii nei is in their minds
just about right. And they expec
ted 'grass liuts aud savages, too.
A trip to the volcano is the next
thing on their program. After
they have seen that they will return
for a little more of Honolulu. Sec
retary Wood of the Promotion Com
mittee is getting ready to show
them a good time on theit return
from the other island, although it
is not known just when the trip
will be taken.
It is a question but that to tic
the girls down to dances and ban
quets would be a shame. They are
here to see the country aud they
are seeing it.
Today the girls are busily 'enga
ged in writing descriptions of
Hawaii as they have seen it, home
The ''Alameda will carry a lot of
letters which are nothing but glow
ing descriptions of the city.
Kouii Liquor Licenses.
On the return to Honolulu from
Kona of Deputy Attorney General
Prosser and Frank Creedou, the
Governor's private secretary, neithe
of them would give out any infor
mation as to the nature of the busi
ness on which they had been en
gaged during their absence It
was evident, however, from the
copious bteuograpuic note-books
carried by Creedou, that both had
It is understood that Prosser went
to Kona to look into the matter of
certaiu liquor licenses there, regard
ing which the Auti-Saloon league
through Theodore Richards, made
complaint to Treasurer Campbell.
This theory is borne out by the
fact that the Treasurer called on
Prosser and had a consultation
with him immediately on his return.
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