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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 20, 1898.
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TUESDAY, "SHIT. 20, 181)8
Injury to W. O. Smith come?
pretty nenr boing it break in tlie
Btrong rij.lit nrm of tlio Executive.
Query: Why tlnou not Hnwnii
now como in for n sharo of th
national Amoricnn appropriation
for Phtablisliiui; colleges of tigri
culture and ineelmtiic arts ?
If the Executive do not tnko the
people into their conluleuco re
garding ri-oiutiiiiiliitioiiH to th
Comrainpiot), the question then
arises, "Whom do you represent?"
According to the outline- of the
Conprpbbioniil cntuinign given by
tbq New York Herald, the Demo
crats will find a nood campaign
doounient in the remarks of our
Chnnibcr of Commerce regarding
tlio capacity of American ship
ping. Hawaii hits no small interest in
llijo coining full elections in the
Stittt'f. lr fnvoritblo legislation
cannot be secured during tlio nex'
BQSftion of Congress, there will In
chanc for hope of bupcphs among
the inombeis wlu titko their scut
in Deeomber 1S90
Why in the name of common
sense niul racial decency should
tlio iint'vp HnwH inns look to t It
Ameiic.iii in gn t r i samples? Ii
is nu insult to attempt to compare
the two races, to oven suggist the
question, "Has the iihtivo shown
bimpplf equal t the npgro in thie
reaped V " The advocate of Hit
waii - Atnerieanisin id evidently
working to route race lines in
this country that never liave exist
cd, .mid it is universally Lopeii
i.i:.m:us Minri.n mi:ak.
Can nnyone, tho Advertiser in
cluded, give any reason why tin
Executive body, that now holdo
sway over Hawaiian territorial
alfairs, should not nut ho somi
public expression of what recoin
meudations they havo to make
concerning tho futuro government
of tho territory? Tlio people ask
this question not because the)
want to "smoke out" tho Execu
tive. It is a fair and highly pro
per query aud wo can see no
earthly roison why it should not
When this country gnvo up ite
identity the rocognizod leader?
were contii.ued in ollieo. If thoii
opinions and policits wero of
momentous importance to tlir
country and its people, how much
more important are their views on
public aff.iira nt this critical
period. Although President Dolt
is a member of the CommUsioi
wo do not understand that the
Executio li'is gone out of bui
ness hh a bo ly thnt is suppnset
to represent tho peoplo of tin
tonitoiy. Tlio continued silenet
would seem t) indicate this eon
elusion to bo sound, but it doer
not seem reasonable that tho sobei
b'lHiuiBi th u'ht rf tho members
of the Exoiutiv.) bhould endoret
As long as President Dolo and
his Cabinet are in oflico the
stand nt least ns tho nominn
reproeutativo3 of tho annexatio
par'y in Hawaii. By ri'tniiiniiif.
in oflico they practically no?cj t
llm responsibility. It is expect"
that they will accept tho brou'
Atnerieanisin which nDiiexation is
supposed to bring and continue to
koop in touch with popular opin
ion, lu every republican govern
ment on earth the people have, a
right to expect that tho ollicinl
heads will tnko tho poople into
their conlidenco. Ablo leaders
name tlioir policy and learn the
opinions of tho poople. Only
under a monarchy do tho otlicial
heads go ahead in silenco while
the peoplo stand by and whiBtlo.
i'tesident McKinley haB said to
tho people of tho United Slntee,
"IT jnu uant the Philippines wo
will keep them." llo has sought
and is today seeking tho opinions
of tho leaders in all parties.
Tho special head of ouo party, ho
recognizes that ho is President of
the United States as well as lender,
if tho Republican party. Ho ha9
endeivorcl by public speech as
well as by private action to place
him-elf in touch with popular
While Hawaii retains, as it
doe, a degree of identity, the
people here havo ft right to know
tho sentiments that rule tho action
or our highest executive body.
Wo do not believe it is fair or in
keeping with republican institu
tious for mombers of tho Execu
tive to hold thorasolves aloof. By
bo doing they inspire n lock of
coutideuco that is not beneficial to
tho people or tho individual
leaders. Tho fact thnt tho people
are expressing their views through
memorials cuts no figure. Not a
session of Congress passoa that
does not see any number of me
moriuls introduced by those hav
ing representatives there, but this
does not prevent it demand of
opinion from thoBO ropresonta
If tho Executive do not in
tend to mjiko known their plan of
action, tho people would nt least
like to know what reason thoro is
f m the continued silonco.
tiiic .iap.m:si: tiii:aty.
It 1.1 not probable that the Tint
ed States will havo any trouble
with J-jmn over the matter of citi
zenwhip' r immigration. Last sum
titer wLi-n u number of Japanese
laudtd in Kan Francisco, tho lega
tion at Wellington worked in uni
son with the treasury dopartmout
to have some of them returned to
Japan Mr. Stevens, counsel for
the legation, said at the time that
the Japanese government held very
eouboivativo viewd regnrdiug tho
immigration of Japaneso laborers
to tho United States. Many came
to tho country ignoraut of tho con
ditions thoro aud eoruo had to go
to the various consuls for assist
ance to return home. Japan looks
after ench of its individual citizens
in foreign countries and has no
desire for wholosnlo immigration
to any place without visiblo means
of support. Tho national policy
aud the spirit of the, people is op
posed to any Japanese foreswear
ing nllegi c ' to the mother conn
try. Jap in demands thnt she shall
not be discriminated against, but
die number of Japanese liable to
becomo full fledged citizens will
probably never bo sulliciont to
make them a voting power.
Tho treaty made by Grover
Cleveland, which goes into effect
in 1899, gives Japanese nil the fav
ored nation rights which their
government desires. Japan does
not want its pooplo to take on tho
citizenshipof other nations. When
they f reswear allegiance to Jap
an, that country practically throws
them overboard and tolls them to
look out for thomHelvos. But when
it nation grants spocial rights of
uitizonship, os Hawnii did during
'ho days of its indepondouce, then
Jnpnn steps in and domnnds that
its citizens shall bo given tho samo
rights f other nationalities. Tho
,jeoplo nt Washington understand
his and hnve no fear of trouble
vith Jnpau under presont or futuro
A DinVrfitcp of Opinion.
The women's branch of tho llui
Aloha Ainu hns Rcen the stnto of
affair j in Lin waii in n different
lilit from the men's branch.
While tho latlor hnvo asked for
restoration the women havo asked
that the franchise bo granted the
tiawaiians. It might bo woll to
Know that tho vote in the inenV
branch was very closo whilo the
vote in the women's branch was
The women havo always been
the haidost workers of the Hui
Sotuo of tho delegates have
como down hero from country dis
tricts whero a wrong impression
in regard to annexation hnd boon
givon tliein so thnt they instructed
tlieir delegates to voto for resto
ration. Thoso delegates from dis
tricts where everything was pro
porly explained, woro given orders
to voto for n memorial that would
call for tho franchise.
Would rorin IJIer Club.
Thoro is on foot just now n
movement toward the formation
of n glee club of fifty or moro innlo
voices, composed entirely of young
Hawniiaus find pnttomed uftor thu
coucgo glee clubs m tuo States.
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IJie uinn who hns interested h m-
solf in this most worthy object is
one who uns ueou in and lea or
ganizations of tho kind. Ho is
thoroughly ncqunmted with every
thing thnt is uecessnry. In n con
versation this morninc. ho snoko
as I jllows:
' I do not kuow of anv nlnco
where thoro is such oxcollent ma
terial ns right hero on theso isl
nuds. Tho Hnwniinns nro natural
musicians and thoir voices nro of
a quality to bo found nowhere
else. I feel suro that n creat
amount of pleasuro cau bo given
lovers of music by tho formation
ofa club ns well ns vnlunblo train
mg to tho young men who pnrtici
Tho Regnttn Day judges will
raoet Hub afternoon for the pur-1
pose of deciding finally on the!
two yacht races. It is very prob- '
able that tho results as published
in yesterday's Bri.LKTIK will be'
the decision of the judges.
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Why Don't You Advertise ?
Adurtises itself. It is low-grade harness that needs to be
boosted up by blowing. We keep the Bb'ST STOCK and cm
ploy the most workmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently Uo the largest business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience in the business, I am fully
empetent to manage all departments.
Practical Harness Maker.
The Old Corner, Fort
School TalilvtH !
School OoiiiH)sition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything elso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS 1UGHT !
316 Fort Street,
Tho promises belonging to Mrs. C. O.
Uorgor, hltuato on tho corner of llero
tanla and Puliation streets. Tlio house
which Is large and commodious, has
Just been put in through repair, and tho
grounds con-Utlug of two acres, aro
planted with fiuit and ornamental trees.
For further particulars apply to
07il-tf F. W. MA JFAULANK.
Er Ladies seeing1 our Dress Goods Depart- 3
ment this season will find a very large pro- 3
g portion of our increased space taken up by 3
El recent direct importations of Cotton and 3
E Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at 2
SZ nslrtTDT.i'nf "Ko c T-sz-m Anv.oirv,
- ST U U U.J.OX JT X 1UOO J.J.CLO UCCU ULU
and King streets.
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho IiIbIi quality of tho goodH niul tho
low prices will ploaso you.
Uy tho way, ilo you luivo troiblo with
Do you break many?
Try our now OIL FINISHED FLINT
CIIIMNKYS. Thoy will eot you no
moro than tho common article
Wo have Just oeiioil n now lot of
TA1U.K C'UTI.KllY ami SII.VKU
l'LATUl) WAltK. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo inailo a now oehodulo of
prlcoH in this lino uh oll us In many
othorw. SIIA'KU 1'LATKI) TKA-
SI'OONS, nood quality! wo nro now
hollliiK for Sii.bli jKir do.cin. Kormur
All other artlelos in proportion.
1'ok din jtl (he viott oiki the belt fur
the leatt at
Tie People's Store,
We have nothing but rapid
sellers. We only want you to look !
Our prices will do the rest.
Visitors can see at a glance
that shopping with us is a
We only want you to look I
Tli Foozle's Fro-vi
m : 1 ie mm Argun
In favor of our "ready inado"
1h our ready tit.
You oxpett tlio tiillor to IK you.
realised lioro at half tho
Anothor Ntrong argument
$10 to $lfi.
It's time for sober thought
in tho niattor of tho youngstor'w
needs. His dayn of study moro
ugrocably Molcomo whon his
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho other kind are not to bo found
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Dehnol'e Linen-Mesh
Underwear, Bond for Cutnloguo.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Repairs fine complkJleJ Watches, Clacks, Music
Doxes and Jewelry.
All work cuaranteeJ, Thirty fiveyears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pius, rlnga, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
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WALL, NICHOLS COJ
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian '
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of
Upon reading and IllliiKtho petition of
hATK H. T1U:1I.0AN, of HonoHllu,
alleging that moro than six montlis havi
olapsed hIiii-o sho was adjudicated n
bankrupt, mid praying for u dlscharg.
from all liar debts,
It is ordorod that MONDAY, Septem
bor ai, 1808, In Alllolmil Unto, Hon,
lulu, nt 10 a. 111 u of that day, before Mi.
Justlco I'orry.boaud tho Kinioishoiob;
apiKilnted for tho hearing of n.1,1 pot!.
lon,athIeh time and plaeo nil eiedi
tois who havo proved their claim,
against said bankrupt may apiwar an
uliine iinu,. 1 ...... ,1 '
" :" "'"' "icy nave, wliy th
praver of unlil bankrupt hhould not j,
Ily tho Court:
J. A. Thompson
Dnmiti' f l..wi
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 180S. kjjo Jj