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REV. MR. BROWN
HONORED AT YALE
Former Honolulu Pastor Ac
cepts Position As Head of
llov P. It. Ilrnwii, well known In
Humiliilii, where lie preached for n
summer, will liu the new .head of the
Yule divinity echool. The Hewn oftho
honor urrlved today from the const.
Hev. Mr. Drown wiih n pastor In
Oakland, (Jul., for ninny years and In
now nub-pastor o( the Old South
The new director Is a native of
Uethuny, V. Vu., n graduate of the
University of lowu In tho chum of
1883. Ho took his theological degree
from IloHton University, of which he
recently declined the presidency. Ilo
Is 49 years old.
Hev. Charles H. Drown, who has
been appointed director ( Vale di
vinity school, was pastor .if t!ia I'lrbt
Pongregutlonul church of Onkliiiid tor
14 years prior to his resignation i
eral months ago. Ilefore eoniltig to
California, Hey. Mr. llrown wan lo
rated 111 a suburb of Iloston, Musp ,
whence he came to Oakland to suc
ceed Itev. J K MclA'nn as pasior of
the Oakland church.
Itev. Mr Drown whs one of the flrot
pastors In the United StatJ to he
come alhllated with the labor orpin
Iratlous. He was for several jcjrs
an accredited delegntu to tho central
labor council of Alameda county.
The chief reason for his retlicmeiit
from his Oakland charge wa . Prc.ik
lug In health, due to the severe strain
of his J earn of strenuous activity In
his big church undertakings.
Kdltor n veiling Iliilletln:
l.'it .Sunday I took iIIiiiht with a fam
ily where there Is one daughter about
twenty-three years old Thin daughter
Is college bred, has lived In Kuropo
nearly two years and seems to be n
superior type of woman In every wuy.
During my stay thli lady Introduced
the subject of heredity In families and
discussed It with perfect freedom. I
found she has not merely rend nuiga
lno nrtlcles on eugenics, but sho ban
studied tho matter ntid Is alive to Its
Scarcely n day passes now that I do
not get soma surprise ns to tho grow
ing Interest In this subject of eugenics.
They nro Interested In Its principles
because limy realize that the applica
tion of these principles would offer
surer and swifter relief In many of
our social problems than could lie ob
tained (under our present social con
dltlons) If every millionaire should
turn his millions Into a charity fund
and spend his energies ns freely In
"relief work' ns he now spends his
energies In his business enterprises. In
other words, thinking people are begin
ning to believe that most of the re
lief work now being done, In hospitals
and ri fornmtorles, Is wasted money and
w listed energies.
I know that some of your renders
are rending eugenics, though I do not
know how many, but I do know that
many would read If the material wero
placed before them This fnet must bo
part of my excuse for sending on to
you some of the material I llud In the
The New York School of Philan
thropy lias the most complete library
on soclnl problems that Is to be found
In America You can find nil the best
books, niugusdnes and essays that have
been published In America. Knghilid,
Trance and Oinnany.
Yesterday I found there nn essay
written by Francis Gallon on eugen
ics. The main points are so clearly
presented that I send them to you:
"Eugenics Is tho sclenco that deals
with nil tho Inllueuces that tend to
Improvo the Inborn qualities of tho
human race; nlso, those Inlluences that
tend to develop the child to tho ut
"The principal qualities tho eugenlst
would have transmitted by parents nre
health, energy, ability, manliness, cour
age and courtliness.
"The aim of eugenics Is to bring ns
many Inlluences ns can bo reasonably
employed to cause tho useful classes
to contribute moro thnn their propor
tion to the next generation.
"I'ugenlcs cooperates with the work
ings of Nature by securing thnt hu
manity shall be represented by the fit
test races. What Nnturo does blindly,
slowly und ruthlessly, man may do
providently, quickly und kindly. And
as It lies within man's power to do
this, so It becomes his duty to work
In that direction. Just us It Is his duty
to succor neighbors who suffer mis
fortune. "Tho Improvement of the human
race seems to mo ono of tho highest
objects that we cull reasonably ut
tempt "To bring this about, wo must dis
seminate n knowledge of tho laws of
heredity, so fur as they lire surely
known; and promote their further
"Kugenlcs muBt bo mado familiar as
an ucudemlc question, until Its Import
unco has been understood and accepted
as a fact. Then It must bo recognized
as a question whoso practical develop
ment deserves serious consideration, It
must bo Introduced Into the national
conscience like n new religion. It bus,
Indeed, strong claims as an orthodox
religious tenet of the future. Then
It will bo given practical effect In ways
that we, ns yet, may not wholly fore
see. "Wo nro Ignorant of tho ultimate
destiny of humanity, but feel sura It
Is us noble u work to raise Its level
as It would bo disgraceful to lower It"
The astronomical observatories aro
found by a Drllish astronomer to have
Increased fiom CO olllclally recognized
In 18119 to 230 at tho piesont time.
Six Varioloid Cases Segregat
ed and No New Ones
(Special Hulls tin Ccrrrnpnnclonee.)
1III.O, April 3. Or L. L. Soxton,
tho Territorial phslclnn of Illl'i,
stntes that tho varioloid situation Is
well In hand and that thcio Is not tho
slightest reason for alarm.
"There Is now no question hut Hint
tho cases, which woro reported by
Dr. ltltsou from tho camp at Wnla
kea, are varioloid," said Dr. Sexton
todny. "Thcro have been six coses,
not counting tho one which was found
In Ktinn, mill forty contacts were
placed In quarantine as soon as tho
111 st case developed. Tho flvo subse
quent cases originated umong thu for
ty contacts, nnil now four days hnvo
elapsed slnco the last case. No casea
have developed outside tho quarantine
station. Tho situation Is well in
hand, nnil there Is no cause for alarm."
LAIE JUROR WRITES.
Editor 13 von I ns llullotlli:
Kindly penult the Insertion of n brief
statement through the columns of
your pupor regarding the unsavory
manner In which tho coroner's Jury
was depleted und slandered through
the Issue of Saturday's Advertiser, for
the ubstird mid senseless (us tho writ
er terms It) decision that was rend
ered ut tho Inquest that was held over
tho remains of tho man that was so
mysteriously found upon the shores
of IjiIowuI ns has been detailed
through the columns of tho papers.
While tho originator of the diffused
and copiously published two-column
article of Saturday Is unknown to the
public, 1 rather question his ability
as n man of honor, mid ono endowed
with puro principles, and truly pure
To suy tho least of the absurd nc
cusatlon that was made, which was
entirely groundless. It was ungentle
lunnly In the extreme. 1 ns ono of
said Jurors of that Inquest do posi
tively declnre before tho public that
tho decision that Was rendered was
legal und Just, and the proceedings
wero performed according to law and
defy nny man to prove that it was
And much to tho credit of Dr. Dur-
ncy it must be asserted that tho care
ful and considerate attention and in
spection that he manifested In the
case and In performing the post mor
tem examination was beyond ques
tion, and why permit tho publication
of such Insinuations through the pa
pers of this fair land Is beyond rea
son? Why besmear tho public with
such detectable hale against Individ
uals because you have no spark of
love within you for humanity?
An adveitlsemeut appeared once in
a paper that had been inserted by the
editor which read ns follows: "If you
have anything good como and tell us,
If you know anything bad forget II."
All thinking people nro asking for
thu best of things. "Isn't that pretty
good advice to overybody?
It would seem thut there is only
ono way to mako this great big world
better and thnt is to sow flowers
where tho weeds nro growing today,
and humane beings being much tho
same us tho landscape, why not sow
seeds of kindness, peaco and good will
thut tho world may bo made better by
our living In it and that we might
cast n shadow of light and truth nbout
us that our fellow associates hero
might ho actuated by tho same good
influences. As tho editor says, if you
know anything good come ntid tell us.
If you know anything had forget it,
and by so doing we may class our
selves among the reasonable, und In
telligent beings of our crentor.
All thinking people nro asking for
tho best things, let us fortify against
falsehood and untrue accusations, and
put only thut beforo the public that
wo know to ho true.
For Justice and right, n Juror.
J. EI.MK JACODSUN.
Lato, Oaliu, April 4. Ml.
PROMOTION WORK DONE
(Special II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Correspondence.)
WAII.UKU. April 1. Hev. 11. D.
Dodgo returned lust Tuesday from a
four months' trip to his old homo
near Iloston, and will take up his
work again with Increased vigor und
strength. Ho Iiuh been doing some
promotion work during his absence
lu the Kust, for on many occasions
he spoke beforo largo audiences in
churches and in public hulls oxtolllng
tho charms of Hawaii and Maul in
particular. It Is said thut his slides
of Islund scenes wero among tho fin
est ever seen cast of tho Rockies. The
foundation for Mr. Dodge's new $ 18,
000 church of cut stone has been laid
and Contractor W. It. I'atterson aud
his men will husten the work to com
pletion. An eight-hour law for all working
women has been passed in the State
PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Wind,
bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
M days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Saint Louis,
U. S. of A. ' . .
400 Men Embark at Olongapo
Equipped For Service In
Possibly the most exciting test thnt
nny bunch of Undo Ham's military
service has ever had In tho Philip
pines In times of peace wns thnt of
u battalion of murines stntloned at
Olongapo, who received nn order
from Admiral' Hubbard by telegram
Tuesday oetitng, February 28, at fi
o'clock, to prepare an expedition for
distant foreign Held Rorvlco to con
sist of 400 men, six Held pieces and
200 tons of supplies.
The telegram wns sent by tho Ad
miral from Manila und contained the
Information that a transport would
ho at Olongapo nt six u. in. tho next
morning to embark a detachment.
Hurriedly collecting a sulllclent num
ber of men, many of whom wero out
lu thu hills on prnctlco marches and
busy ut various other duties, tho of
ficers organized four companies of
100 men each, mid the necessary sup
plies and equipment wero gathered.
Among tho equipment was nn ambu
lance, two 3-Inch field pieces und four
Polt automatic rifles.
Promptly at six o'clock in tho
morning the battalion was embarked
on the Itulnbow, which left Olongapo
nt noon tho sanui day. No ono lu (ho
expedition knew (he destination of
tho ship, which arrived nt Oavlto ut
0:30 thut evening. Tho troops then
proceeded to disembark, doing so in ii
heavy surf which overturned some
of tho boats while they wero attempt
ing o gain tho shore No assistance
was received from the hind mid the
troo ps wero disembarked entirely by
the ship's boats.
Tents wero pitched without delay
und tho entire expedition with Its
Held pieces, ambulance, und 200 tons
of stores mid equipment, was fully
established In camp nt !:30 the same
evening. As the lauding was made
uflcr dark great dllllculty was ex
perienced. This maneuver was made ns n test
or what could bo done lu caso of hos
tilities, anil as such It was entirely
successful und ngiiln proves tho great
mobility of tho corps. They embark
ed for the return trip to Olongapo
Aiiircn j, returning on the Itulnbow.
?.,,".'lal ""I l'l I ii Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON. I). l Alnr. 21
Tho Civil Service Commission an
nounces no examination lu Honolulu III
Anrll to sisMirn i1Il'IIiI...i r,.n,.. .. i.fi. ,..
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make ecrtlllcutlon to till n vacancy In
.m.- imisiuuii or iiratismau-chnrtogia-Idler
In the Phllltinlm sprvin ,, tiknn
per annum and vacancies requiring
niiinmr iiiiuiiucuiions as they may oc
cur. Announcement Is nl.n .,n.l n ....
examination for cudet olllcers in the
i.igiiuioiise Service lu connection with
this examination, (be commission states
that an Insufficient number or ellglulcs
were secured us the result of the last
examination and qualified persons mo
urged to take the present one.
For further Information In regard to
these examinations, application should
bo mado to the representative of tho
commission In Honolulu, In thu Fedrral
building. JOHN li MONIC.
RAINS DAMAGE ROADS
ON ISLAND OF HAWAII
(Special Iliilletln Crrniionilnce.)
HIM), Apr. .1. The recent rains did
considerable flumugo to the rouds In
thu South Hllo district, lain which
Tell on Monday night or last week i
Ikk particularly destructive. Koad Hu
pcrlMr John ICenloha bus hud n busy
time repairing the dumago und pre
enllng further trouble.
According to Kenlohu's report, the
rolm. last Monday night washed out
completely n culvert, mado or stone
f.iced with concrete, on the Kalwlkt
mad, mauka of the school. So com
pletely was this bridge destroyed that
net a single stone has been left In
(face. The structure was about eight
tin leet long ami three feet wide.
The Mokolewnl culvent, near II'ouo
mii, was almost destroyed by the tor
rents, und was saved Just In the nick
or tlrou by Itoad I.unu Kullimal, who,
with about a dozen men, managed to
save the structure, although It was Im
possible to prevent some damage to
thu road. Old residents or this section
claim tnat thu rain lust Monday night
was ihe heaviest they hud seen tor
Work has finally started on tho
foundation of the new Honolll road
culvert, which Is the principal piece of
work yet to hu done on this contract,
mill Kculohn states thut, provided the
weuther keeps clear, the much-needed
road will lie open ror trutllc In ubout
a month and n half.
GETS LICENSE FEES
(Special llu lint In Ccrrenpoiidence.)
1111.0, April 3. County Treasurer
Swulu returned lust Saturday to Hllo
nfter having made a tuur through tho
districts of Kohala, K'ona und Kuu.
lie collected over n thousand dollurs
in delinquent license fees, mid Hpuut
hut little lu traveling oxpenses, mak
ing practically thu entire trip from
Kohala on horseback or In a but;gy.
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The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium und lis various prep
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Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Byrups and other
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