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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2G. 1008
May llto best Htiltitli ot Morocco
win. Wit" hi ?
It nppr:un that Miss Hoard did nit
feed her children of lln Oiphanat;u
un Hid doctrines f Sour Hall.
HAWAII AND DISTRICT OP
to nil olts.iicIiVi It In piobablo 'nt ihnt
time Hawaii will be put tinder (lov-
t-riiniciit by Commission, Hut not
without n vlgoums contest by tho
friends of American Koverninent oh it
Inn' been taught and t noticed since
the Nation was mtuhllshcd.
Three lawjers on kuiiiiIiik expedi
tions MiKRests a most Rlorlous time
or n most serlmn stnte ot a Italia.
Make otir plans tills jear so that
j on will be pieseut and votltitf at
jour precinct incctlUKH mid the prl
Should j ou be Inspired with a do
Flr to lefurm Honolulu, et nrqttuln
ted with oiir own political duty as a
citizen with no pilMttu ux to Krind.
0. Smith In his rnmnient on
flovornuient by Commission Tor thefo
(elands tdrlkes a tliael) point when
lie directs attention to the radical dif
ference between the novel anient of
the UIM-1 i Columbia and what
might lie expected if the same scheme
weie him lied lo Hawaii.
Th' 1 n. led si.ite CotiRiesa Is In
the lniuM of tue District ot Colum
bia. The niemlieiR of CotiKrcss are
ictddents of the District for n good
part of tho year and mo therefore In
dally peisonal touch with tho nffnlis
ot the DlstiUt. Anyone who scans
the proceeding of CoiiRiess will note
Hint frequently a discussion of the
i domestic affairs ot tho District ion-
It U frequently said that n ill op Mimes more time ou the floor ot the
In Hie price of raw sttRiir never nf-l House and the Senate than tome of
tects the stocU (lttotntlons its expect-1 the most Important National proj
ul. Nor dividends, JiiiIkIiik fiom thojeets.
t:ood news with which Onontea faors There Is absolutely no basis of fair
the market. comparison between the Government
I by Commission of the District of Co-
Honolulu would prefer to sec the lumbla. In the midst of which Is the
dieilgliiK contract forwarded In ice- governing body of the Nation, tind
(iid-brcaMUK time. Stopping to see .fiovetnment by Commission of 11a
the contractor trotting around with
tho polite authorities Is somewhat
amusing, but that Is about all.
All the real candidates for Pro.d
' dential honors h:ie been notified. Tho
next to hear from is the populous
burg of West Springfield when the
Independence "candidate" Is moused
to learn that ho, too, has been called.
wall five thousand miles distant from
hat governing body.
Tho whole trend of the Ameilcan
development has been away from, not
toward. (Government by Commission!
The Philippines, a possession least ca
pable of governing Itself and in a
lonstnnt state of smoldering rebel
lion, started oft with Government by
Commission, but at the very earliest
date tho Nation inaugurated an ad
Minco toward popular government by
tho creation of a legislative assembly.
Aro we to supposo that Hawaii or
'Any form of government that ap
proaches an oligarchy is hailed as
ittltnim nf cnmfnrt nml tov bv the
gang In Hawaii seeking the ofllics '"'and of Oalm is in greater dan-
wlieie they hope to llvo up to the r from its people, residents, and clt-
reputatlon that they seldom die and'1""8 "inn ' Philippines, n posses-
ueer resign. ,J"
The cuestlon answers Itsolf.
San Fiuncisco may bo right in Its When" tho evil that the enemies ot
Idea that Hawaii Is oozing money , J Hawaii piench Is triumphant, and tho
a .cMilt of Its prosperous year. If "Principles of Amer can Helf-govern-
Kiich lie the truth, the main tioublo""p'lt proved a fraud, and tho ex-
Is that the oozing Is enjoyed by , Igencles of war demand a reversion
few that the crowd on the street
doesn't realize what Is going on.
fircat llrltaln's plan to provide
$&(), 000, OUU. to bo expended on ltd
navy reprebents a determination to
maintain an establishment ecual to
that of any two possible opponents ou
oarth. If Hobson has his way In
America, tho two-power program will
leipilio more than five hundred millions.
Tho Hrltlshcrs at Auckland and
Sydney have put It over tho'bos3 of
the Fleet in tho main athletic con
tests in a way that should furnish
some balm for wounds of defeat nt
,l.n fl. ...... In nn,.na Tli.t.n I J n.m
till) WIJIii'!v fetiiuva, . la-iu .a unu ,
nthlotlc factor, however, that tho!. nF
Hilton seems unable to produce in
slzo to win on his own boll tho
No gieatcr aiinamcnt and no more J l u a u Street
fmmldnblc force would lie required J u arryStret
lit fni'Hfi' nml nrfttoct tlw. ThIhuiI nf
0.hu under Territorial government a w a a
than If It were under Government by. ,u,
Commission. Tito measure of self
government which Hawaii now en
jo)H Is so small that tho ullegcd ad
vantages to bo gained by taking even
this away are largely tommyrot.
We also have a number of furnish
ed houses in good locations for rent
Hy what louto will the "small far
mer" emplo) lug Japanese labor Amer
IcanUo Hawaii with any other result
than that obtained fiom tho largo
farmer employing .Inpanese labor?
AVhat Hawaii needs first Is n hnianc
Jng of tho fotces of labor, so that
there shall be a larger representation .
f tho citizen and thoso cllglblo for
citizenship. This Is recognized In tho'
now established National policies, I TllG "WIIPGIGSS
WAS KONA MOTTO
Kona Orphanage Worker
Tells of Days with
The following communication has
been sent to the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n with
the tequest that It bo published In
Justice to Miss Heard. It is stated
that the Advertiser refused publica
tion: "The Pacific Commeiclal Advettlser."
To the Kdllor "Honolulu Adertlscr."
Dear Sin About the middle of
March I had nij attention called to
'irthles In "The Advertiser" t oncom
ing the Double at Kona Orphanage.
On the 2nd Inst. 1 wrote a fiicnd in
Honolulu my testimony, as a teacher
In the Orphanage from June, lfiOC, to
June, 1907, and said 1 thought it only
fair to Bet forth the other side. This
friend tried to glvo my letter lo a
Trustee ot the Orphnungo hut found
that ho was not In Honolulu, and
learning that the Orphanage was
closed, thought she could do no more
about It. As I hnvo been requested
by friends to make a brief statement
Df my experience In Miss Heard's Oi
phauago for publication, I herewith
add my mlte to the side of tho good
that will not pass away.
I engaged to teach a jear, fiom
June, 100fi. to June, ISO", and dur
ing that period I was In close leln
tlonshlp with Miss Heard and her
staff of excellent teachers and large
family of chtldicn, llfty In number.
Tho houses wero coinfortab'le, neat,
well-equipped, sanitary. The food
was simple, hut of the best quality
and sufllclent in quantity, Tho best
of cereal food, the richest of Jersey
milk, the freshest of well-cultivated
vegetables and fruits, and many lux
tttles at the different holiday seasons.
Tho clothing was pood and clean
and well kept. The dormitories, also.
Tho school-rooms and church and
chapel alwas In good order; also
launMry, kitchen, and all parts of the
woik wero done well, nnd.we were n
thankful, happy baud of teachets and
children, with good health. This was
always the strain ot my letters to my
children and friends In the States,
On my way homo InBt Juno a year
ago, I Btopped on Mnul lo visit a
friend, and was asked to tako a posi
tion as teacher here, which I accept
ed, and so I hnvo not been so very far
from Tho Orphanage and hnvo kept
up n correspondence with Its mom
bets, without hint of complaint in
their letters, but rather of praise.
I want to add that a fow weeks
before my engagement closed at Tho
Orphanage, Miss Heard, wishing to
extend tho Missionary work of The
Orphanage, built a now cottage nenr
tho Orphanage church with menus
which her mother sent her for that
purpose, and gave a now Intel est and
Impetus to her work by having Pairs
each Saturday evening, with tho chil
dren's work on exhibition and for
sale, with Iro cream and cake and
candy all made by tho Orphnnngo
children with tho teachers' nld, and
with the children themselves neatly
diessed. In white mostly, oDlelntlng
nt tho tables; also supplying music
and singing, both Instrumental and
MK'.il, and thus entertaining and be
As Miss Heard desired tho children
to become missionaries and to bo
como self-suppottlng, slio thought it
best to teach them to do this work nt
their home, The Orphnnngo, under
her own supervision nnd motherly
care, nnd she also desired to help tho
joung men and people ot tho neigh
borhood to find n wholesome place on
Satin day evening to bo entertained
in, instead of going to spend their
week's earnings where thoy would bo
empted with Intoxicating drink, elc.
She would then Invite them to Sun
day school and church, to ho Instruct
ed In the samo building tho follow
ing morning; to which wo nil marcli-
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jVJAiV-ti XigUttrU V S:rattnt CJtft, !
WAS TAKEN SICK
FROM CATCHING COLD
Miss erxkhtini: iiouv.vnn,
Duck Lake, Haskatchcoan, 0u.,
"Atthoclosoof llWlt took sick as the
rejult of catching cold. 1 became very
weak and could not do run thing.
"I consulted a doctor, w ho had mo
tako various kinds of medicine, but I
did not find any relief from my suffer
ing. At tho ndrlco of a friend, I wroto
to you and you advised me.
"After 1 had taken two bullies of Pe
run thero was nolle "nlilo Impiove
incut. I combined Ibo ino of Peruna,
Mnnalln and I.ucupl.1 nnd after taking
several bottles of each I find myself en
" can certify that It was through
your medicines that I rccocreil my
health. I ndvlto every one who Is
similarly afflicted to obtnln Dr. Hart
man's advice and be benefited."
Mrs. Wllda Moocr. It. V. 1). No. 1,
Lents, Oregon, U.S. A., writes:
"'or tho past four jear 1 was a
wretched woman, sulforlng with revero
backaches and other pains, leaving mo
so weak and weary that II was only
with dltllculty that I wasnblo toatlvnd
to my household duties.
" used different remedies, but
found no relief until I had tried Pe
runa. "Within two weeks thoro was a
change for the better, and III less than
Hirco mouths I win a well and happy
"AH the praise, I duo to Peruna."
Peruna Is not a local icinedy, but in
Internal syrtemic rumuly. It will re
litre, cataria iu 1U most obstinate
The following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tro-'le:
llenson, Smith & Co.,
This is the kind of weather that makes
you appreciate B.V.D. Under
wear. If you're wearing anything but loose
fitting B.V.D. it's time you got next. Lots
of substitutes for B.V.D. on the market just
like other good things, but only one genuine
Your size at 75c per garment. Look
for the famous B.V.D. red woven label that's
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
ed up to attend each Sabbath day;
and a goodly number of them accept
ed her Invitation, and a good worlc
was begun lllat they wioto mo was
continuing to glow in good to till aft
er I camu to Maul.
I know Miss Heard is progressiva
and would not hold on to a work that
was not yielding good fiult.
My conclusion of tho wholo matter
has been, and Is, that If any ot un
begin to deprcclnto a person, or u
work. If we ran obtain an audience,
wo can turn the)tlde of nffnlrs toward
dissolution, ami If wo set to work to
upbuild and leconstruct nnd bilng
forth the lust In thought, word, deed,
and work, tho tide Is turned Into con
structive channels nnd tho good Is np
patent to nil. We have all had those
experiences or seen them at work for
good or HI. To conclude: 1 wish to
icafllrm my conviction that tho chil
dren have been well-taught and well-
cared-for, having been found In good
flesh and spit Its, and that their fos
ter-mother, Miss Allco I'. Heard (who
has devoted tier fortune nnd talents,
time, and strength for ten or more
sears, together with that of tho best
assistant teachers Bho could engage,)
Is an curliest, sincere, honest, faith
ful, prajerfttl soul, endeavoring to
servo (iod and humanity to tho best
of her abllltj ; not perfectly, perhaps,
as yet; but who Is ablo "to cast n
stone?" I.et us rather closo with this
t'pptupriatc and beautiful motto:
"He who does, tho best ho can
Does well, acts nobly;
Angels do no inoro."
It Is sajd "there aro many sides to
cveiy question." Plcaso accept this
as one of tho many sides.
. Yours for the best In us nil,
MltS. SI. W. HOWKN.
1'nln, Maul. H. I. :
l'.S. As It hns been said, "A wo
man's 'post-scrlptum' Is tho bolt part
ot her letter." 1 wish to ndd u little
to verify It. To go back n llttlo: At
the time of the epidemic of colds, In
Ittteii7as, Horc-throats, etc., In tho win
ter nnd spring of 1!)UT thiotighout
the I si a ml j, while ou somo of the Isl
uuiIh many wero Treated nnd Quar
antined for Diphtheria, tho chlldteu
nt Kona Orphnnngo had only colds
and Inllucnzns which needed no nicd-
Llclnc; they were carefully nursed by
thoso of us who wero not iifrcctcil, for
a few days, nnd wero soon up and In
cchool as usual.
Secondly, I wish to suggest that as
an Increasing number ot people study
nnd practice tho advlco of Horace
Fletcher on thorough mastication ot
food, as was taught nt tho Orphanage,
and Kugene Christian of Now York on
Sun-Cooked or Natural Foods; also
Dr. K. It. Moras of Chicago ou Sim
plicity in Diet tnd Itlght Chemical
Combinations nt Hie Different Meal
Tlmes.W'lth Abundance of Light, Air,
Wnter and Simple Food, or "L-A-W-V
us he calls it, wo would all
"Laugh and grow fat," as did tho
Kona Orphanage children, whether
tho method be called New Thought,
Intermediate Thought, or Old
Thought. M. W. 11.
j Waterhouse Trust
! Corner Fort and Merchant Strceti.
It iu tho duty of every citizen to
Wrn where his party meetings aro
to bo held, and to attend them. Tho
strtigglo to obtain such Information '
has not required tho services of a de
fective, nor has tho energy oxpended,'
In going to meetings seriously ex
hausted any citizen of nveriigo health.
It Is also well to remember that tho
tmin who does not attend to his polit
ical duties has no justifiable com-,
plaint when the affairs of govern
ment iiiu not run to his liking.
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