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The Independent. [volume] (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, March 19, 1902, Image 2

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THfi INDEPENDENT
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EDiaXTND NOBBIE Editor
Resfdinc in Honolulu
WEDENSDAY MAR 9 1902
TOPICS OF THE DAY
Aony upon agony is being heap
ed up and put on by certain parties
in our midst which is deemed vety
agonizing to some of some and by
some certain other parties It is
earnestly hoped that somo let up
should ba made by those complain
ing of being agonized by others bo
yond oomparo
Tho Advertiser evidently has our
Testa bad on the brains for it can
not give correctly tha name of
Nicola Toela the Austrian-American
eleotrioian and inventor but in
stead calls the noted inventor this
morning as Nicola Testa Hoop UI
Batter come on and well all ba off
for Tonga Hows that is it a go
Having already made it plain that
we dont caro a rap about the
Governorship whether it goes either
ono way or the othor but we do
care that any now appointee should
not bo a malihini He must and
ouht to bo whoevor ho is and
whoavor ho may be a kamaaina by
all means and if possible ono to
tho manor born
Whon Bishop Willis arrived hero
in 1872 tho Rev Alexandor Mackin
tosh was only a deacon Being vory
loyal then he was subsequently or
dained a priest Shortly after he
was installed into the priesthood
then ho bogan to show his nature
by an inclination to stop into the
shoes of his superior in authority
which he will uovor got and never
will bo able to fill
Itll be a mighty long day boforn
this See will have another Bishop
do what Bishop Willis has done by
pledging his own property in order
to hold Church property free from
indebtedness and to keep tho same
intact as a whole without incum
brance And The Independent ven
tures to say that no American
op will bo found who will do it dor
auyono of the Bishops
Gold lace and brass buttons re
publiahod in our issue of Friday last
from thoHongkongTolograph Beams
also to bo quite applieablo hero
Suoh has always boon tho caso horo
among tho Booioty ladios of tho
four hundred But tho sayiug is
alio true that all is not gold that
glitters but our girls think other
wise though as if they know better
and all and more bo about gold
lace and brass buttons
Although rather late in the day
but it is nevertheless fresh that in
the racent election by the Hooulu
and Hoola Lahui Sooiety of officers
for tho ensuing year The Independ
ent is of he opinion that an unfair
advantage has boon taken in tho
choice of the presiding offio r
which may have baen made un
tontionally upon an older member
of the sooiety Wo here refer to
the selection of Frincoss Kawanaua
koa It may have beon well meant
but wa feel that tho ohoico should
i
havo gone to FrincesB Kalanianaole
tho ages of thoir respective hus
bands should not havo been at all
weighed in tho balance During
the life of tho late and muoh be
loved Princess Kaiulaui she was
mentioned for tho presidency but
her nga was used as an argument
against her selection If auoh was
the case then with one who was
moro identified with the sooiety
why has the change como about in
this latter day Wealth should not
be at all considered but precedence
in age and in length of membership
should and of which tho latter is
entitled to both
MIGHTS INTEEE31ING
COMMUNIOATED
Under the heading Roasted tho
tar out of Humphre3B the Adver
tiser yesterday morning published
an elaborate account of tho attack
made by Judgo Wilcox on tho Cir
cuit Judges in conueotion with tho
case of Baiiff Ellis
A careful scrutiny of the pages of
our morning contemporary today
failed to reveal a sicglo lino of the
sequel to the above story Roast
ed the tar out of Brown a drama
of real life in one act by Judge Wil
cox which appeared in last even
ings issue of The Independent and
which wculd no doubt havo beon a
mighty interesting reading for the
readers of ho Advertiser
According to the Advertiser
political refugees who have been
driven from thoir Eastern homs
and have sought a now start on tho
confines of civilization should not
bo given a chance to mako that
start They are a crowd of office
seeker monarchistf demogo
guos and control tho Circuit Court
tho Legislature in fact everything
in sight
It would be interesting to know
and wo beg the Advertiser to tell up
if one Walter G Smith ox Gonoral
and agitator of Southorn California
and Mexico is included in that
crowd of political refugees who
have sought a now start on the con
fines of civilizaton That would
also bo a mighty interesting oon
feseion to mako
When dosiring a nack surrey
buggy etc with careful drivers
ring up Tolophone 118 Territory
Stablo Co Ld
A game of basketball will be play
ed Friday afternoon at Funahou
between tho Oahu College and tho
Y W O A teams
TOADYISM AND BA1VJA8M
How Curtain Society Functions Aro
Lnudod With a Vongoanco
The Independent has tho latest
edition of Websters dictionary
which it will bo pleased to place at
tho disposal of tho sooiety editor of
tho Advortisor for uso at the next
social function In the account of
FrinceBs Kawauanakoas reception
this morning tha Advortiser uspb
some appropriate adjectives but the
recipients of them Bbould have boen
more uumorouB Iu audi a caso tho
paper would keop up its circulation
and sell liko hot cakes
Following are somo examples of
the bouquets thrown this morning
to a certain olaas of guests at yestor
dayd reooplion
The Princess was Btunning
Miss Alico Campbell hall a be
coming gown
Mis E Faxon Bishop looked
handsomo
Mrs II A Isenberg was attired
in a handsome pique
Mrs S B Dole wore a handsome
peau do sole
Mrs H A Allon wa bowiloh
ing
Mrs Arthur M Brown looked
vory attractive
Mrs Ohns li Cooper looked
handsome
Miss Ella Stausbury was protty
Mra W F C Hasson wbb nt
tractive
Miss Nellie Noonan looked very
handsome
Mrs Richard Ivers looked well
Miss Marion Scott was stunning
Mrs Walter Hoffman looked
well
Miss Charlotte Hall looked pret
ty
And the others dear editor ohl
and tho others Were they not pret
ty or handcoma or Btunning Did
thoy not look well or is it possible
that they are not its patrons or
otherwise Ob how disgusting and
agonizing it is to bo so besmirohodl
CE
Reception at Pualeilani
Tout Honolulu was present at
Pualeilani yesterday afternoon when
Prince and Princess Kawananakoa
were at home to hundreds of
friends The rooeption was hold in
the large lanai which waa filled with
tho precious and costly gifts whioh
King Kalakaua and Queen Kspio
lani received from their numerous
friends Tho Princes received her
guests at the entrance to the recep
tion hall where she stood surround
ed by Miss Rosie Ounha Miss Alice
Campbell Miss Chrystal and Miss
Irone Dickson After grfoings were
over the guests wandered from the
hall down to the beautiful conser
vatory with flowers and ferns and
to the haudsome marbe bath near
by filled with crystal like wator
Refreshments wore sorved in the
dining room under tho directon of
Mrs George E Smithies An at
tempt to ejumerato the guests pre
sent would be to print a copy of the
Honolulu blue book Mtny were
there and voted the Frincoss a
prince of entertainers
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NOTICE OF BfKOIAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to tho request of a stockholder
of the Wnhiawa Sugar Co Ltd
owning upwards of 500 shares of tho
paid up capital stock of the said Co
a speoial mooting of tho stockholders
of tho said Wahiawa Sugar Co
Ltd will bo hold at the office of
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lulu Territory of Hawaiion Thurs
day March tho 20 h at -1 p moolook
of Baid day
At this mooting business of an
important cbaraotor is to como up
for the consideration of the stock
holders in the above Company
Sig G M WHITNEY
Secretary of tho Wahiawa Sugar
Co Ltd
Dated at Honolulu this 18th day of
March 1902 2158 2t
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Saturday Evening March
231902
AFERNOON AND EVENING
MATINEE At 2 P M
Grand Production of a Series of
Interesting Incidents in
Ancient Hawaiian History
Adapted for the stage by the Ha
waii Ponoi Dramatic Company to
be presented in English by Nativo
Hawaiians on SaturdayEveuing will
be produced a Mello Drama in two
Acts entitled
The Lady of the Twilight
New Scenesl Now Costumes New
Songs A Musical interlude by the
Company
PART II
Landing of Lono and His Death
Oharactera by the Company A
scene of realistio rcenery has been
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