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THE WEEKLY HII.0 TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1904.
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rive and leave this poit as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ventura Dec. 16
Alameda Dee. 25
Sierra Jan. 6
Alameda Jan. 15
Sonoma Jan. 27
Alameda Feb. 5
Ventura Feb. 17
Alameda Fob. 26
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Dec. 15
Alameda Doc. 30
Sonoma Jan. 5
Alameda Jan. 20
Ventura Jan. 26
Alameda Feb. 10
Sierra ." Feb. 16
Alameda March 2
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
I wnnt to tell you," said Secretary
Atkinson, "that I am up here to
watch the Governor (laughter). I
am here to look after your interests,
and if the Governor makes promises
to you, toils you he is going to give
! vim crmint liitur T mil tvnttur In enn
th t h- docs it. ,
"The Governor has liecn telling
you that he intended to use every
effort to have the County Act passed
by Congress. After the Supreme
Court declared the County Act void,
I was instructed to cable our repre
sentative that it was the wish of the
administration that he urge the
passage of the County Act by Con
gress. Now, gentlemen, that is the
policy of the administration in re
lation t6 the government by the
people and that is going to be the
keynote of the whole administration,
if I can speak for Mr. Carter. But
before we can do anything we want
your ueip. 1 win say mis, iuui
even if we have the County Act,
there is still work for the Territorial
administration, in education, in the
police, in public works, etc. We
won't be able to carry on this gov
ernmentunless we have your help
unless you sendt representatives to
the legislature who are in accord
with tno hdministratiou. We want
to show the American people that
we are capable of self government.
If we go on .scrapping as we have
in the past, Congress will say you
cannot govern yourselves. Thcie
fore I say to you we must all work
together and show ourselves capable
of governing this country and then
we can make a success of County
"We have new men we aie
starting on a new era, and when
you send representatives to the leg
islature, we want people who will
stand by us and we will support
them. Now I think it very for-
tim jJ that we have come into the
administration at this time. There
arc $2,400,000 to be spent in the'
next two years; and now understand,
every cent of that amount will be
spent. A million is now in the
treasury; Kepoikai has the key.
That two million dollars is not the
money we pay for taxes it is the
Negro MttRt ho Subordinate or 110
The Editor of the National Maga
zine, Dear Sir: I have your letter
of August 26th. , You ask me to
express "an opinion as to whether
in the lile of the present generation
we shall repeal the constitutional
amendment granting suffrage to the
I would not be willitu' to make a
guess as to when this will be done,
but my judgment is that as it was
the first great blunder in dealing
with the race question after emanci
pation, there can be no amelioration
or remedy for existing evils which
are recognized by all until it is re
pealed. There is nothing more certain
than that the whites of the South
will never submit to negro domina
tion in any form; yet m the two
States of Mississippi and South
Carolina the negroes outnumber the
whites 268,870 in the first and 224,
702 in the second, whfle in the six
States, South Carolina, Georgia,
Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and
Lousiatm, the relative numbers at
the last census were 4,408,298 whites
and 4,438,383 colored.
The amendment is now nullified
and has been for upwards of twenty
five years. Recent amendments to
State constitutions in the South
have civeti only temporary relief.
The white race is pulling against
the law of gravitation as represented
by thecoustanth increasing number
of negroes eligible to vote. There
are more negro children going to
school in South Carolina and Missis
sippi than there are whites. When
enough negroes are educated to
obtain the right to vote to outnum
ber the whites who can vote, the:,
It is doubtful whether a race war
will be postponed as long as that.
It certainly cannot be if northern
fanatics and greedy politicians con
tinue to urge the policy now being
If the door of hope is to be kept
open to the negroes it means that it
must be shut on the whites. Ab
solute equality before the law would
mean negro domination in two States
at least, and that is something which
. . jjio ajOVO 8 th0 Bonocla Rovorslblo Disc Plow.
Where a. te'ani c.iu walk and draw a plow
The Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued of all
issue, to intL-ndinL-DassenirersCoLmon'0" realized im uie saie 01
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Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
01 c $baoet Cut fiair and Shampoo
at Eet'Etoe Rates.
bonds. Besides that we have our
current funds receipts. We are
coming here and want to know
what you wish to have expended
first. If we spend twenty per cent
on your appropriation here we will
have to spend the same per cent on
Mnlin f ni.i n.iil Ik mini nnHtttiit
1 up here, I find that you have no
room for a jailer. He sleeps in one
of the cells (laughter). In the ap
propriation bill there is $400 for a
jailer's cottage. At the same time
I find that there are $41,000 ap
propriated for the schoolhouses on
Hawaii. You are going to get some
of that money (applause). And,
gentlemen, with your help it shall
be spent as ycu wish.
Ve also take particular pains with Chil
No lleiireii-liciit Mob for 11 1 tit .
At an evangelistic service at
Glasgow the other day the preacher
at the end of his address cried:
"Now all you good people who
mean to go to heaven with me,
stand upl" With a surge of enthu
siasm, the audience sprang to its'
feet all but an old Scotchman in
the front row who sat still. The
horrified evangelist wrung his hands
and, addressing him, said: "My
good man, my good man, don't you
want to go to heaven?" Clear and
deliberate came the answer: "Aye,
Awm gaugiu', but 110 wi' a pair
sonally conducted pairtyl"
I At Hie Isthmus.
I Panama, Jan. jo.-r-Colombia in
tends to send un expeu..' mrainst
Colon, Jan. 30. Two hundred
San Bias Indians '.(tempted to sur
prise the United States guupoat
Bancroft, but were driven off by
' Salonica, Jan. 30. Seven Tur
Lato Suppers from 8 p. m. lkisb battalions have been ordered to
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see me.
Meals 35c Up!
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
will never be permitted,
I, therefore, do not hesitate to as
sert that the amendment will be re
pealed, because I do not believe
there are enough fanatic? in the
North to force the other alternative.
The negro must be subordinate and
remain so forever or he will be ex
terminated. Senator Ben Tillman
in National Magazine for October.
to I a. m.
the Bulgarian frontier.
Kuhlo Seeks $U0,000
Washington, D. C, Jan
Delegate Kuhto of
duced a bill appropriating $30,000
to reimburse the Territory of Ha
waii for maintaining the light
houses previous to the Government
Woe lu Kentucky.
Man oorn in the wilds of Ken
tucky is of feud days and easy virtue.
He fisheth, fiddleth, cusseth and
fighteth all the days of his life.
When he desireth to raise hell he
planteth a neighbor, and low, he
He riseth even from the cradle to
seek the scalp of his grandsire's
enemy and bringeth home in his
carcass the ammunition of his neigh
bor's wife's cousin's uncle's father-in-law
who avengeth the deed.
Yea, verily, his life is uncertain
and he knoweth not'the hour when
he may be jerked hence. 1
He goeth forth on a journey half
shot and cometh back on a shutter,
He riseth in the night to let the
cat out and it taketh nine doctors
three days to pick the buckshot from
He goeth forth in joy and gladness
and cometh back in scraps and frag
ments. He calleth his fellow-man a liar
and getteth himself filled with scrap
iron even to the fourth generation.
A cyclone bloweth him into the
bosom of his neighbor's wife and
his neighbor's wife's husband blow
eth him into the bosom of Father
Abraham before he hath time to
He emptieth a demijohn into
himself and a shotgun into his
enemy, and his enemy's son lieth
I in wait 011 election day, and lo, the
26. ! Coroner ploweth up a forty-acre
Hawaii- intro-1 fe, to bur- that man.
Woe, woe is Kentucky, for her
eyes are red with bad whisky and
her soil is stained with the blood of
dam ij its I Selah.
The Beneoia Reversible
DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the land or reversible, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT LEAVING A WATER FURROW. Made only in a sulky.
Tho Above Cut Shows the Bonecia Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoous that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HILO MERCANTILE CO.
Russia's Reply to .Inpiiti. '
St. Petersburg, Jan. 30. The
British Embassador states that the
Russian reply is satisfactory and
makes concessions which Great
Britain will urge Japan to accept.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 29. Further
delay has been made by Russia in
the transmission of its reply to
Japan. The note is now promised
for next week. Both Russia and
Japan have sent to the powers com
plete statements of their respective
positions on the Far Eastern ques-
Paris, Jan. 29. It is stated that
Japan does not intend to fortify the
Straits of Korea.
When You iluyo a llnd fold
You want a remedy that will give
quick relief and effect a permanent
You want a remedy that will
relieve the lungs and make ex
You want a remedy that will
counteract any tendency toward
You want the best medicine that
can be obtained.
You want Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It ill ways cures and cures
quickly. The Hilo Drug Store
I sells 'it.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
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Colden Gate Cement
Keen Kutter" Knives and Hoes
Pioneer Varnish Works
Peninsular Stove Co.
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