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RODERICK. O MATHE80N
Director General Chlllingworth, of the Carnival and Floral Parado, makes
tho point that Honolulu has not only n grent opportunity in tho Fobrunry
celebration, .but also has a certain responsibility to "mnko good." It is
perfectly evident to every person of intelligence that Hawaii's promotion work
of the past few years has beca successful. The growth, of Honolulu nnd other
island cities, attests that. Now, after a year of extensive advertising, wo are
Approaching tho timo of our big annual festival with a certainty that we shall
have moro strangers hero to seo it than ever before. Tho opportunity to plcaso
them, and make them boosters who will send thousands moro hero, and to
cause a certain proportion of them to make their homes here, thus lidding to
tho growth of the community, is obvious to nil.
Pcrlmua not every citizen hus seen with equal clarity tlio duty of "making
good," for tho reputation of tho city. It is tho kind of "got together"
spirit, which Senator Chillingworth refers to In his uso of tho expression
"Honolulu UnUcd," that makes great cities. It mndo I.os Angeles nnd San
Diego, and it amazed tho whole world by the achievements recorded iu the
reconstruction of Fun Francisco. Honolulu has her opportunity now. It has
been orpnted, prnct.cally, by intelligent promotion work, which has given Ha
waii ti plwco on ncuily all the maps of the world, nnd has
inado our February Carnival and l'nrado known far nnd wide, so that tho
mails are flooded with Inquiries about It, and offers of schoiuos that might be
added ns features, aro nun.oroua,
It is certainly the duty of nil ranMi'iit of tho Inland, ns mmh as It U
to their own lutur.wt, to help tho N-ore of itoiiiuiitteon now organising for
the pur"0ie of giving parade and a I'lOubrHtloii Unit will pliWM our 1'ebruary
guests mid givtt pleasure to tbo thoiUNiult of lotml nlKlituwr why art looking
forward to the holiday h?jmim.
PSYCHOLOGY or UNION LABOR LHADKRH,
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dyuuiiiiUiig or wurdr) ut arguiiwd Ubur UuiuM ut lit uuj whUL
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HAWAIIAN GZETTE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1912. SEMI - WEEKLY.
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Two;rea Scientific discoveries havo been announced recently by
"ono inAineijei), the. qkor iu Cltrinnny. 'Ilia iiretoiLna Jhe way for
tlio prevention of that most dreaded of diseases tlint attack the young, infantile
pnrabsis; the second ist of' a curd for onu of tlio old cat and most widely
r prcad of disease:;, tuberculosis. ....
To tlio scientific investigators of Haranl University goes much of tho
credit of' the discovery of 'tlio 'moans whereby the vims tf infant paralysis
is carried to its Victims'. ' My a process' of elimination of insect carriers, C.
T. Drucs, instructor in.'economlc entomology in tho lltiBsey Institution at
and Dr. 1. A. E. Shcppard, a Harvard" graduate, working in cooperation
with tho state board -of health, narrowed down to tho common
stable fly and thou demonstrated the accuracy of their work by allowing
monkeys to bo bitten by the files, true cases of'lnfnntilo parnlysis dovoloping.
Knowing from what source this ditcase comes will muke combating it
much simpler than has herctoforo been the case.
Commenting on this achievement, tlio Harvard Alumni Bulletin says:
Tho dread of iufantilo paralysis lies cold at tlio hearts of nil
fathers and mothers of children: their gratitude will go out to tho
mon who liavo thus so greatly advanced tlio knowledge of tho discaso
and prcpnrcd tho way for tho direct study of its control. Tho University,
too, owes them gratitude, for they liavo enabled it to givo
new evidenco of its zeal to serve tho general good.
Tho discovery of what appears to bo practically a certain cure for tuberculosis
in patients whoso vitality has not been allowed to ebb into tho last
stages is credited to Doctor rricdmann, of llcrlin. In nn address beforo tho
Merlin Medical Society, in November, Doctor rrlcdinnnn first nnnounced his
discovery of a nonvirulent tuberculous bacillus, by tho injection of which
subcutancously practically ono hundred per cent of cures of tuberculosis in
any form could bo effected. Ho said that six hundred, and eighty-two
had been treated with the new remedy, including two hundred and
fifty consumptives, and that prncticalby all had been cured.
This announcement, from ono of his scientific standing, has naturally interested
tho entire medical world. Investigations tl.at liavo been mndo show-that
cures were effected in nil eases treated with tho exception of thoso in
which tho sufferers were in tho last stages of tho disease.
Doctors admit tho efficacy of tlio new remedy, and several hospitals are
turning over cases to Doctor Friedmnnn, who has already treated upwards of
ono thousand cases, and has lost nono excopt thoso in which tho vitality of
tho patients was so low that nothing could liavo saved them.
It takes only a fow weeks for a cure to bo effected, and tho scrum not
only destroys tho germs, but nlso procures tho patient's immunity from futuro
Tho German scientist is now about to givo tho results of his research
work to tho world, for tho benefit of all mankind, ns told in wireless
to this paper on Thursday.
DOUBLE SOIIOOLHOUSE CAPACITY.
According to tho estimates now balng mndo up into the school budget
for next year, tho Territory will bo called upon in 1913 to provide nearly a
million and a quarter dollars for educational purposes. About three-quarters
of a million will be necessary to meet teachers' payrolls for tho year. About
two hundred thousand will bo asked for for additional Bchoolhouses and rooms,
and this estimates docs not take into account tho certainty that on this island
alono there will bo required at least forty moro teachers and rooms at tho
end of the year than at tho beginning.
None begrudge the teachers tho salaries they receive. Theso aro small
onough, by any reckoning, but it docs seom rather unnecessary, in view of
tho man- pressing needs of tho community, to erect moro school buildings
when thoso wo have are in uso only four and a half hours a day for fivo
days out of the week and shut up altogether for ten weeks out of tho fifty-two
of every year. In view of tho necessities of tlio Territory and of tho
counties, would it not be better to double-up on tho uso of tho bchoolhouses
nnd by using what wo have moro make it unnecessary to build others, just
now, at least.
A small change in the school liouis would make it possiblo to doublo tho
Capacity of tho existing schoolhouses, nnd in this way accommodate every child
of school ago in tho Territory. Now, ninny of tho schools are ovorcrowded
and iu several localities in this city there is an overflow of school children
unprovided for. My dividing tho day into two school periods of four and
a quarter hours each, accommodations for nil could bo found nnd tho over
crowded conditions eliminated.
Thero would liavo to bo moro teachers, of courso, as it is not physically
possiblo for ono teacher to liavo chargo of two sets of pupils a day, and thero
would not bo any saving in teachers' salaries. There would bo a saving in
expenditures for schoolhouses, however, and a saving in tho cost of upkeep
and janitors' wages, With tho maay calls for wholly necessary things thnt
aro to coma during tho next biennial period, any legitimate saving to tho
taxpayer which can bo made without a loworing of ofiicloncy should bo considered,
nnd wo believe that this 1b ono of them.
AN OPPORTUNITY AND A EESPONSIBILITY.
He and tho others forget that tho verdict of guilty against tho men in Indianapolis
was rendered by twelve men, of whom is a capitalist, but just
plain, poor as wealth goes, and Average citizens of this great Republic; and
tbo question of class If any such question, aroso in tho jury room would bo
entirely on tho sido of tho defendants..
Then there' is 'M'inhdad'1 McCarthy, onco mayor or! San Francisco, tmtil
tho sano citizens of thnt burg cotrfbjnod to throw him out McCarthy asserts
that he and organized labor in SaV FrancUco still havo trust and confidence
In Olaf Tvcltmoc who did not daro go on tho witness stand in his own behalf.
,-. That is the spirit which is damning organized labor, and the thousands
honest, law-abiding union men who believe in organization to ndvnnco their
interests in legitimate .-ways; but who are handicapped by just such narrow-sighted,
bloody-minded class-haters as tho rnen who have been declared guilty
by a jury chosen after weeks of olTort to got unprejudiced men, and y thoBO
who uphold them. . ,"
Ono of tho curious psychological phenomena of this decado was that attending
tho arrest and 'charges again'st MeManiglo nnd tho McNamara brothers,
from every part of the country there aroso a storm of pVotcst from overy
')ig and picayune labor leader who desired to get into the limelight or mnka
'limsclf solid with his "crowd." Sam Oompers, president of tho American
federation of Labor, was ono of tho loudest of the yclpcrs. An immense fund
)f nearly half a million dollars wns taken from tha pockets of ths poor to
defend" tho dynamiters and murderers, a sum ten times as great as that
eollectcd for tho twenty-one widows nnd half a hundred orphans of the men
dain by tho McNrrninras in blowing up tho Los Angeles Times.
In spite of tbo overwhelming evidence ngalust the prisoners hundreds
of thousands of union men nnd sympnthl7ers believed in their innocence, sim
ply becnuso they .were' UaiorM feWl!,! If they had been non-union men, not n
penny would have been contributed to help them and the worst could not
have been too bad for them." But that strango psychological condition of tho
iiultitudo mado martyrs of tho prisoners until they confessed.
Then thero was a reaction not so much because it was shown they were
guilty, but because they "confessed" and scores of unions passed resolutions
calling for tho death sentence for them. But that law which is being denounced
wns kinder thnn their former associates. The latter may havo been
anxious thnt with the death of mca who had confessed would bo wiped out
strong evidence of their own guilt, and tho danger of further confessions
such as mado by MeManiglo on tho witness stand at Indianapolis would bo
Hut with the conviction of these dynamiters it is to bo hoped that there
will ho another reaction and that this wave of union lawlessness will Tecedo
and organized labor purgo itself of murderers and lawbreakers, nnd fight for
its rishts, not with dynamite, but with tho ballot and in legitimate ways,
giving every honest American citizen a chanco to earn his living nnd support
his family without danger to life and limb.
(From Monday Advertiser)
Concluding yesterday his preliminary
investigation of a serious chargo against
William v. Miller, polico oiucer at
Sheritl Jarrett today will finish
the investigation that will probably
whetLer Miller will bo returned
to his post, which ho has hitherto filled
honorably, or bo charged with an
that will mean a long jail
for him upon conviction.
Ol tho two cliurgcs prelcrrcu against
Miller by a. liussian woman living at
Eben Low professed to hnvo discovered
that Miller was not eligiblo to hold of-
fico on tho polico force, as no nail not
completed a required legal rcsidenco
Iioro. Sheriff Jarrett, confident that ho
had cot a good man, locked horns with
the supervisors ovor tho question, but
nnnlly let tne man go.
After thnt ho employed .Minor on
special duty, secured work for him on
Hawaii, and upon ills return to Honolulu
appointed him officer nt Wahiawa.
Tt is claimed that Miller has done goi'l
work there, cleaning tho district of t io
vagaloiuls and petty tineves tlint infected
tho pineapple camps nnd, until
the present occurrence, wns well liked.
Accompanied by Special Officers
Swaden and Ocampo as interpreters,
Sheriff Jnrrett visited Wahiawa for tho
second timo yosterday morning and
conducted n moro extended investigation,
which resulted, ho states, in establishing
tho charges that Miller had
slapped tho woman in tho face and
lucked her, with his knee, in tho stomach,
notwithstanding her delicato condition.
Ho tlica made hor walk to his house,
some-distance away, and certain facts
ccaso at that point. A Filipino and a
Chiuoso aro the only witnesses, at
em, oi liiciiieiiis luiiunmg hud. uno
of them testified tlint ho had seen tho
woman's facu at tho window a momont
after Miller had sent him out of the
houso nnd that sho appeared to bo crying,
while tho testimony of somo neighbors
of tho liussian family, to whom tho
w'omnn went immediately nfter the alleged
assault, is considerably more dam-
Tho stories or nil tho witnesses win
bo repented todny in n formal hearing
boforo Sheriff Jarrett In bU ofilco at
rollco headquarters In Merchant street,
AK J'KAKUKiu, IWi'iiiiiliur 10.--Al
ftUUtHMl4U ridiWut Iu xliUli four
irouiloat ClfiriiUn bad u mime
mUhis MWIW (l" (Mb, fullod i)
l he ilrsmsllr mtwiiuf of two liuimy
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Hawaii and to meet nt tho edge of the
Wahiawu. ono of them, that of assault I crater Kilauea.
, , ..' . , ..,-. .,..! 1 f.rt.1 - -.-.-
mm uattery, nus oceu bujb
tlio Blicriu. Tlio moro serious ono or.
tary of tho Young Men's Christian Association
nnd 'secretary of the Oakland
division, nnd Ins bride.
Despite tho unusual nxuerience of
Icing imprisoned beneath a heavy
touring car which at tho time it
had been going nt thirty miles
an hour, nono of tho party bore a sin
Copp related tho story as follows:
"I supposo after nil that tho Jonathan
Club of Los Angeles is really responsible
for tho accident,
as it may nppcar. When the club
membership heard that I was going to
get married at about tho samo timo as
Doctor Ray Eobinson, a fellow member,
thoy gavo both of tho near benedicts a
dinner. On that occasion Robinson and
I agreed to spend our honeymoon in
"Tho date wns set for Sunday, No
vember 8. When tlio Robinsons did
rape has not been proved, but tho polico not appear, wo concluded to go back
head considers tliu evidence so turning-1 ami loolc lor tucm. uur macninc was
ing to his officer that In all probability going down a stoop grade at thirty
it will bo necessary to turn junior over , nines an nour wncn at tne narrowest
to tho public prosecutor. j spot on the road wo met nnother car
"I have not yet decided what course coming up at about tho samo rate of
to take after tomorrow," said tho speed.
sheriff, yesterday; "but 1 intend, as' "Wo turned out far enough to let
soon as tho ovidoneo is strong enough, ' the ascending enr got past, but in so
to turn him over to tho grand jury and doing wo lost our grip on the road and
let it handle tho caso as it would any I tho next thing wo knew wo found our-similar
case, in which anv other man selves tosed about violently and then
was implicated." riders nnd car hit tho ground with tlio
Sheriff Jarrett savs ho is greatly I machine on top,
hurt at tho conduct of Miller, oven so "Nono of us wero injured in tholoast,
far as proved, aside from nny other . but wo found that tho car could not
feelings of a polico chief of having bo budged. Then, after some timo had
charges such as thoso against Miller elapsed, tho car was- raised and then
presented neainst ono of his officers. wo learned that tho occupants of the
Miller was originally appointed on I car were Dr. and Sirs. RobiiiBon. When
tho local force, and it is said he was ' the car was turned right sido up it
making a good officer, when Supervisor I seemed to be in good condition, so wo
turned about and went back to tho
crater and had our little meeting as
wo had first planned."
Copp's father is a rctireo attorney
and owner of tho Copp building nt Los
Angeles. Tho ion is secretary of the
Los Angolcs Bar Association, major in
tho California National Guard and associated
with several of tho best clubs.
Mrs. Copp's parents died sovml
years ago, sinco which timo sho spent a
great deal of her timo with her wealthy
rolativcs in Southern California. Sho
is a graduate of tho Robinson Academy,
Exeter. Now Hampshire, and an accom
plished musician and vocalist. The
young people met five years ago and
iiave boon encaged for three years.
Wileo has been associated with tho
work of tlio Young Men's Christian As-
Delation tor tne paBt twenty years ami
ia a factor in tho work of tho association
on the Facific Coast. After
from tho secretaryship of the
Oakland branch ho and Mrs. Wilcox
Wiut to Hawaii on n tour of pleasure
Wilcox has just accepted the position
of secretary of tho board of trustees
of tho Miradcro Sanitarium nt Santa
TELLS ON THE KIDNEYS v
Honolulu Feoplo Havo Found This To
The strain of overwork tells on tho
weakened kidnoys mora quickly thuu
on any other organ of the body, Tho
hurry and worry of busluoss men, the
heavy .lifting and stooping of workmen,
tho women's household cares, tend to
wear, weaken and Injure the kidneys
until tuey can no longer inter mo pois
on from tho blood and tho whole body
suffers from tlio wnsto matter that ac
cumulates, The weakened kidneys
iiciwl quick aisistnncD, Dean' Hack'
nelio Kidney Fills nro prepared especially
for 1ck, weakened Iililnoys) tired,
worn-nut backs have cured thousands
of such ruioi. Convincing proof in a
Honolulu cillmn's ntutnnuut
11. T, Wliitn. I'ml city, Oaliu, Hone
lulu, Hawaii, suysi "1 mu
yuan uf ana kud turTvioil fruit. Luck
ucliu muJ uGliioy ill ui m fur night years.
I Umvit tflvsu lUmu't lUtkaib ICUnty
I'lll m flr trl! mul imvo Iimwi so
uiMtly bNnfi( I bat I sWrfully r
Immmi4 IImmh la elbr kblimy
Iiiti' lkseWJ; Kltl
Mild by ill 4ruualt sHi
ii M ! wilifi fall
hi will f .nJ tw it'iJld M(m by
Itm MlLur J)mk li, UwAdi,
wbiilMM fU Imi Ik lUirMlui '
MwmhIi V wt.. ' wl
UA m ttltun All I.
Will Double The Capital
of Kona Tobacco Company
Reorganization of the' Kona Tobacco
lion, which Treasurer Klamp says is
Company, whore plant in Hawaii was more than probable, the company will
destroyed by fire two months ago, is uo ,n a powtion to make its plantation
now in, progress. A meeting of the ""j rlbal?lJ,nn ' ueUv,J any"br
, and , i ' , i, . . nu Prol,ably ono of tho most profitable,
officers d.rcc ors wa, held last
Best Tobacco Leaf Here,
week, nnd ho action was decided upon , that ncUhcr
at that timo and Treasurer F. 'W. fields of the Southern States, Moxico
Klamp has already started sending or Cuba can produco this fine-grained,
statements of tho company's condition .awccV",'"flnvoTcl leaf, and for this
to stockholaors, outlining ?.. the new plan. c"er Having nny competition in this
mi i i s i
This plan includes calling a meeting.! new field. Thoso who have followed tho
to decide upon doubling tho amount or Progress 0f the tobacco industry in tho
stock, increasing tho capitalization Islands during the experiments of tho
from $1,000,000, as at present, to l'ast " years say thero is now no
$2,000,000. It is understood that as- doubt as to the success of tho industry
surnnccs havo already been received ' nn,J that tobacco is destined to. becomo
that tho plan will meet with approval ono of tho staple products of tho Is-and
tho company is to bogln operations lands.
on a scale never boforo attempted ! Tnc fiwt that tho Kona Tobacco Com-W.
D. Schradcr, former manager o- Pan ono of the pioneers in the
Hawaiian Tobacco Company, has nCss, bn arranged to increase its aero-been
appointed manager of the- Kona aP such an extent and to install a
Company. lie succcods J. L. Danjcls. Jari!" and moro modern plant than over
Mannger Schradcr has already started ',cl'"c, would indicate that there is no
operations. Tho first plan of tho com- 'ongcr any doubt as to tho success of
pany is to increase the capacity of "'-' The. acreago, it is estimated,
tho plantation. Fifty acres aro to bo i "j" insure an annual output by tho
planted. Herctoforo tho largest Kona Tobacco Company of
has been from twenty acres. Dur-1 mately 30,000 pounds,
ing 1910 twenty acres of land was For Kcorganizatlon.
mndo to produco than 10.000 "Vn. . i. ....i. n ..,...
pounds of tobacco, some of which organization," said Treasurer Klamp
brought as much fifty cents per yesterday. "W. D. Schradcr, formerly
pound in the Eastern and Coast with tho Hawaiian Tobacco Company,
"' rrnf . i' h,?3 bct" "PPO'XtPd manager and is now
-Most of tins' tobacco wub of tho d met W i,a inri t .. ,
Sumatra typo, said to bo ideal for We will plant fifty acres next spring.
.....,,.. .... r j "'. iui ew UUUMinirs Will tin lint. nn. nil ,iim.
ses with tho high grade ago done by tho firo two months ago
(From Monday Advertiser)
Birthdays every Saturday proved citizen's Bleep
too much for the residents of historic
Corkscrew lane, lato Saturday night,
when Acting-Chief of Detectives
was evoked out of the turmoil of
his hurry calls, gambling
raids nnd Bundry investigations and
precipitated with all his men by said indignant
residents upon a group of bon
As a result, nine ladies and gentlemen
shortly afterwards appeared at the
police station and gavo their names to
denial Jimmy Olds, who now presides
at tho receiving desk from eleven p.m.
to 6cvcn n.m. It was in vain that the
fcasters, and eke the drinkers, for want
of a more expressive name, explained
that this was a birthday party and that
they had just "dropped in." fvcry
Saturday night, regular as clockwork,
Corkscrow lano opens a private lino
with tho polico station nnd keeps the
II. P. D. simmering not with complaints
about this birthday 1 unch.
But it so happened that when tbo police
decided to invoke the stntuto which
forbids any citizen to disturb any other
(By Federal Wiroless Telegraph
BEHlilN, December u9.
cial to Tho Advertiser) Kaiser
Williclm today mado no New
"All one's lifo should Wa
lution," snys tho Empet .?.
tfMM&fckte (lira iiifrt HA IsfxMseifi
rmmmmimmMmmmrvu mwmriwnnmt r '
Turkish tobaccos, Hawaii is an ideal , will bo repaired, and wo plan to oner
lur me production ot tins to- ntn nn n m. n,i,i, i.. ..i. u.
li..i.n o,,.i -1..I...1, -..., .,... I " , . "- i.iu U1UII
", .."..........., """"" uuu ueiore. uur oilicers and directors
nl water suppljy aided by ideal climatic
cuiiuiuuiis, jnuiuring mo crop witmn a
As the early work on tho plantation
was inucn in tno naturo of an expert
held a meeting last week. It was then
wo decided thnt it was best to doublo
"A statement of tlio affairs of tho
company, together with our recommendations
nnd plans is now being sent to
ment different nlnnto worn i..,n.i 1 1" stocicliolilcrn. As soon ns thev an
with tho result that no unirormlty was t prov.? ,we win bMomo m active, if
attained. Portions of tho crop brought I ?,,,,e' tlia" Thero is now no
as high as $1.04 per pound on '" .,0 ulc success ot tho tobacco
mainland in 1909, tobacco leaf from lnlustry Hawaii.'"
other sections selling nt from fifteen Growth of Compnny.
cents to twenty-five cents per pound. Tho Kona Tobacco Company was first
. Tho superiority of tho Hawaiian organized in 1909, with a capitalization,
tobacco and the big prices which the ;ot $100,000. Alter the first year's work
crops brought spurred the company to i tho results wero such that it was do-greater
activity. Immense ferment-1 cided to incrcaso tho capitalization to
ing houses nnd drying sheds wero at $1,000,000. This took place August 6,
oneo erected on tho plantation and 1910. Tho output of tho company that
when tho fire destroyed tho buildings year wbb more than 10,000 pounds
two months ago thoy were. stored with .of tobacco. A good showing was also
many hundreds of pounds' of choice mado in 1911, and an excellent crop was
tobacco. in process of trcatmont for 1912 whon
Superintendent Schradcr !s now di-1 the fire of two months ago wiped out
rucuug iuo clearing ol auout tniriy ' two cuinpunys piani,
acres of new land. This will Increase
tho total to moro than fifty acres and
enablo the company to moro than
double its output this year. This land,
it is figured, will bo cleared and ready
for planting by spring.
In tho meantime tho erection of new
and moro modern buildings for tbo
treating of tho tobacco leaf and pro.
paring it for "market has also started
In the event of tho stockholders ap
At present the officers of tho organi
W. It. Castle, president; O. Rodiok,
vice-president; W. G. Owen, secretary;
F. W. Klamp, treasurer; J. P. Curtis,
Tho Hackfcld Company is said to bo
interested financially in tho enterprise,
and is tho agent for tho company.
It is believed that reorganization, of
tho compnny will bo perfected within
proving tho doubling of tho next few days.
TOO INY BIRTHDAY PARIES RESULT IN
HIRE RAIO IN FAMOUS CORKSCREW LANE
without warrant, a
pleasant little visiting party from Maui
were thero and also thrco Germans,
strangers in tho city, who wanted to
see how Hnwaiians enjoyed themselves
in their convivial moments.
.And in the Maui buncli wnB David
Kahaulelio, the lawyer of tho Valley
Island, who was recently dofeatcd for
senator. Mr. Knliaulelio invested three
hundred pounds of substantiability
with an intense dignity, frowned
upon thoso of the party who felt
indignant nt tho interruption and
promised them all that what ho would
do to this miserable Honolulu polico
when lie appeared in court would simply
be a sight to see.
It was ia vain that tho threo Germans
protested they had just "dropped
in." From a neighboring window tho
acting-chief had regarded thoir vocal
antics up and down n shaky scale and
their frequent pilgrimages to a convenient
barrel of beer. They all made.
quite a healthy polico patrol load.
Thoso arrested were Charles Henish,
Carl Tooms, Edmund Rodrigucs, S. L.
White, Nelson K. Kaloa, David Noa,
D. Kahaulelio, Mrs, Kahaulelio and
stf Every one at the palace does not
agree with his Imperial Alnjosty.
Princess Louise, tbo Kaiser's
daughter, has literally papered hor
sleeping apartments with foolish
Tho nmniNAL and ONLY GENUINE.
Actt ilk cimrin In i Checks and arrcits
DIARRHOEA, ' I'CVKR, cnoup, AGUE,
His eiiiir Bpstin m Tl9 j,sll juundy known for
CHOLERA couous, colds,
DYSENTERY, asthma, unouciims,
'.llll l WUAUIIA OOUT, PHKUMATUM,
Th nln r'M'" ' uumuu mlifciliiit
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