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Daily Bulletin Supplement, October 30, 1894.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
V. P. Rijiolds.
Presents lor Everybody
Cub Aiwiyi Talks and Tfasrafor
Cub Priest art Made.
HANDSOME GIFT BOORS
At I'ubllslieri' I'rlecsj
Mules and l'rnyer Hooks,
Klne Bocloty Note I'apers In latnut
l.awn Tennis Supplies, I
Xuiai Cards, Calendars Mid Huoklcls,
NOVELTIES o( all Descriptions !
l'alnls and Painting Hooks.
Uemilue I X I. Kiilvotaud Itnzors,
Hair Hrushes und Comix,
Vuloutpedc mul Wagum,
DOMKBTIC SkWINO MACHINES
Hand Bowing Maehlnos fs.MJ Up,
Hliarlng Mugs and Hriiihoi,
UulUrifroiu I.UO Up,
3D0llS and TOVS
In Ureal Variety;
LaatherUoods In Purses, Diaries,
Pocket Hook. Kto., Rio., Ktc,
And Don't Forget wo have added a
And all Huuicrlptluns will liavo
Ortwi tw Made ky Evtry Itwuaw.
Ta All LoTen of Sea Bathing!
WILL BK KKIT IN
7". S. BA.3R,TZ-3STa7.
aw N. it Special Accommodation for
Ladle and Children.
will tell you
it la the
FOR 8AI.K II V TUB
HOLLISTER DRUG GO., IVD,
Agents (or thu liuwalinn Inlands.
The Daily Itulktin, KU cents ir
month, delivered by carriers.
20 lbs. W
Mr. Thurstou in quoted iu Amor!
cau papers as saying: "There is no
limit an to the length of time that
will remain abroad. My Government
has given uio quite a task to pur
form. It is I lie desire of the Kepub
lie of Hawaii to oUsot as much as
possible Asiatio influences iu our
islands, caused by the presence of
Chinese and Japanese, by encourag
ing European immigration.
This labor problem is a very perplex
ing one to our peoplo and wo are
willing to resort to almost any mea
sures to root out the Chinese and
Japanese uow on the Islands.
The rooting out process is exemp
lified by the arrival hero within the
past forty-eight hours of a Japanese
steamer with nine hundred more
Japanese laborers. So much for the
honesty of Mr. Thurston's utter
ances, who knew of the expected
arrival of this shipload' whou ho left
Mr. Thurton was talking to the
American pooplo lu the interests of
annexation, kuowiug as ho does that
one of tho objections mado to an
nexation is the presence hero of so
largo a number of Japauoso and
Chinese. Messrs. Thurstou and
Stevens' republic is becoming so
much of a burden to tho junta en
gaged iu holding it on its legs that
annexation is the only hope for re
lief to the tired republicans. It is
well-known too that Mr. Thurston
has hardly succeeded iu veiling his
contempt for tho planting iuterest
in those islands. Ho looks upon
planters as a sordid lot of mortals
whoso patriotism is gororuod by
their noekets. Mr. Thurston knows
that the withdrawal of tho Japanese
laborers on these islands, whom ho
professes wo aro only too anxious to
"root" out, would wreck overy sugar
estate hero. Following at tho heels
of its idol the official organ Insults
tho Japanese Minister, whose recall
by his Government has been recent
ly announced, by styling him a little
great man and giving ino impression
that his mission hero has been to
attend to the distribution of Japa
nese immigrants upon sugar estates.
All this is done to create a false im
pression in Washington. It is a con
tiiiuauce of tho policy of deceit.
Comparisons may be odious, but It
is not unfair for mo to say that the
monarchy setit to Washington as its
representatives gentlemen who held
tho respect of tho Washington
, authorities, while the Republic has
boon so unfortuuato as to send an
uncouth, reckless blatherskite, who
knocks iu vain foretitrauce to Wash-
' iiigtou official society.
Where So tho People Come Oil?
Do you readily recall, and can you
tell ine iu what presence these saga
cious words of caution aud heartfelt
entreaty wore spnkut
''The Convention, alt ho' haviug
the power to appoint a President,
cauuot constitutionally do so. It
would be right to let tho loyal
voters, who elected this Convention,
do so. They have a right to nu
expression of their opiuiou in thu
Who added that it was due to tho
speaker referred to above, aud "to
tiie people, that they should have
the opportunity, thro' their duly
elected representatives, to olect him.
For a Convention called for another
purpose to do this looked too much
like a alutrp more."
lint Hiibiuittiug, as we must and
do with all humility, to the uu
rightoous deed done on that moment
ous "Uluu Monday," some of the
iiuiiiue provisions, fundamental to
the last "republic" of the 1'Jth cen
tury, may bo noticed.
In tho dihtaut future, iu tho last
half of the year of grace, 11KK), a
successor to the present unwilling
incumbent is to be chosen by the
Legislature or rather mi attempt
, may be made. A majority cannot
elect, nor can even two-thirds. Tho
vote of the 15 Iteprosontntivos with
seven of the 15 Senators, that is 122,
may be powerless against that of
! the other eight Senators. This bare
majority of the Senate, who have al
ready boon elected by, aud who re
: present a privileged minority of the
jpgal voters of the nation, may liavo '
it in their power to prevent an elec
tion or any change of administra
tion as long as their endurance will
Does ours exemplify the form of
government which, it was the as
piratiou of the martyred Lincoln,
might never fail upon the earth? A
government of, for aud by the peo
ple? Here it is in its nakedness and
deformity. The President appoints
the Supreme anil Circuit Judges,
the District Magistrates; the Hoards
of Health, of Education, o( Immi
gration, of Prison Inspectors and
all other boards, and tho Cabinet.
This Cabinet, each member a pos
sible President ad interim, appoints
and removes at will the Superinten
dents of Public Works aud of Water
Works, the Surveyor-General, the
Postmasler-Gi nuraf, the Collector
General of Customs, the Registrar
of Conveyances, the Ta Assessors-lu-Chief
and Collectors, the Marshal
and heads of all other bureaus, and
all these In turn, the direct ap
pointces of the Ministers, indirect
of the source of all power, are to ap
point aud remove all the officers
How is this for a democratic
republic? Where can civil service
come iu? I hear "the voice of Jacob
but the hand is the hand of Esau."
Some may be obsequiously grateful
for the beggarly sop of a vote for
legislators. Having sworn to three
thimbles and failed to catch the
little joker, I remain,
Is It a Iiifo Frasiduncy)
"On the third Wednesday of Sep
tember, I IKK)," the llft.-en claimants
of the Senatorial toga, aud thollf
. teen mis-representatives "shall meet
to elect a President." Can ten of
the first class, who do not represent
the people iu any sense, or oven a
majority of tho electorate of the
Islands, prevent any change in the
Executive? Such seems to be the
meaning and design of Article 21.
Their pluck and endurance lasting
for four mouths everything is pos
sible, some things are probable and
nothing is surprising in our ruvolu-
i tiouary atmosphere -can eight mini ,
add six years to the current presi-
I deutial term? There was little dis
cussion of this feature in tho Con-'
, volition, aud the plot, if such there
were, was not discovered, for the
ith of July, the foreordained day of
parturition, was coining on apace.
' An auspicious birthday Is worth
more than luck. II w u.
I 'Cruelty to Auiiimla "
Editor IIii.i.ktis: -
In a statement iu this morning's
paper about a bus being overloaded
going up the hill above Niiuauu
street bridge, it seems that Mr.
Green anil Mr. Maey have been after
me about it, and 1 wish to Mate that
the busses running up the valley are
not iniiio, and I state furthermore
that I have had no bus running up
the valley for these Inst four weeks
Tho bus that Miss Wilder stopped
belonged to the Hawaiian Tramways
Co. F. Smith.
The bin uriii.
Honolulu, Out. :, 1MM.
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Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the
shattered system by giving vigorous
action to the digestive orgaun, creat
ing an appetite aud purifying the
blood. It is prepared by modern
methods, possesses the greatest
curative powers, and has the most
wonderful record of actual cures of
any medicine in existence. Take
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,
aud do not purge, pain or gripe.
Ladies who are on the lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Niiu
auu street, where they cau buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sale prices, There are rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, pearlH.cats' eyes,
etc. Also handmade laces, and
everything is being sold out regard
less of cost,
I. J. t.KVBY.
W. It. DAIl.KY,
mm STOCK COMPANY,
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Tuesday Evening, Oct. 30
Tho llnnt i'nstoral l)Mina
"Saints and Sinners."
Wodnosdpy, Oct. 31st!
Thu Uns'ccl Cuiedy
Thursday, Nov. 1st:
Tln Ilea II fill Weitern tdv I
Saturday, Nov 3d:
"The Black FlngM
POPULiAR PRIOinS I
Hex Plan uneii si I lie cilllt-t- ol I.. J.
Inmpr Holal It Rnoano Strm
Fwnil) Wines and Brandies
R3 Years Old.
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CERliriOATE Or REGISTRATION.
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r Imi Im-cii arsninl Tin li K Hik
Co. b) lit 1 .iirl lit ol the Interior
fur their llool liter. TIim i-erllllfMo does
grant utile lliu tad! Tli C K. Ilirot Co.
iIimcxu iiflyu ue of "lie Mild Tnulii Mark
llloot llffr) lliroiilionl tin- Hawaiian Is
land for the Itiii ol '."U years lUtlim trom
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iihii their rU-liiK, cltli-r In inniiiifiirtitlni:
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gun, niul nil oiilidundlnj; aivounts due the
criterion Hnloon aud tho JoIjMiik hoiim- ol
l II. Due up lo the utmvu dutn are payahle
to Mr. I.. II. Dee. All MIIh uKlnil L II.
Ih-e please pruseut liiimrdluiely for pay.
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Honolulu. Oct. 3, tK!H. I t,l-im
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slreets. lately In tliti occu-
ottliou ol Mr. lifo. W.
nmithi aud known as "Kehehiliia,"