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DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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T1IUHSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1898
r.viiTV ami Tin: oppiciai..
Tlioro can bo no discounting the
fact that tho arraignment of the
Cabinot by the oxecutivo com
mittee of tho American Union
party is very Bovero. No ono ciui
Biy, however, that tho Cabinot
havo not been solely responsible
jr thiii rosult. Tho reprpscnta
tivo of tho American Union party
havo waited patioutly for boiuo
word from tho Executivo leaders
regarding representations to bo
mado to the Commission. Not
withstanding tho endorsement of
Mr.' Sowall for tho future chief
oxecutivo of tho territory, thoy
havo recognized that as long as
the present Cabinet is in offico, its
members aro tho ouoato be looked
to for prosonting the desires of
tho party to tho Commission.
But tho Annexation party hae
received no request for sugges
tions; it has apparently been
ignored entirely. The Cabinot
haa gono its owu way, said noth
ing of what representations ii
mado to tho Commission, and so
far as wo aro now ablo to makr
out, Imvo stood boforo tho Com
mission as five men roprosout
ing no party, reprosontinj.
no particular branch of the
pooplo of Hawaii but their owu
"What answer can tho Cabinei
give to tho query, "Whom do you
roprosout ?" Cortainly the Aloha
Aiua does not recoguizo tho Cabi
not as its roprosentativo, tho Ha
waiiau National Leaguo does not,
nor tho Kalniaina, nor the Hawai
ian vetoraus of tho revolution of
18!).j, nor the Portuguese, nor the
Chinese. Now tho American
Union party, tho party that put
tho Cabinot in office, the party
that packed guns and held thorn
there, tho party that has been the
back bono and motive power of
Annexation, the party that made
annexation to the United States
possible, tho pirty that mado it
possible to balk Presidont Clevu
land, tho rank and Clo of this
party cmne forward and annouuee
that tho Cabinet has not sought to
represent or to oven ascertain
thoir desires before tho Commis
sion. Soma may say that the
American Union party is not re
presentative, but thoro is no get
ting around the fact that it has
been for fivo years tho accepted
btiuker of the Cabiuet.
It is posaiblo that tho endorse
ment of Mr. Sewall has had some
influence If this is true, it phicos
tho Cabinet as a very narrow
minded combination by no moaus
in touch with broad Amoriean
ileas. When full grown men get
mad and won't play simply be
cause forraor supporters differ
from them on matters of policy,
the dogroo of broad public Bpirit
within thoir souls cannot be class
ed as very high. Bealizing tho
high degreo of personal honor
and integrity promptiug tho mem
bors of tho Cabinot, no aro freo to
adrair iha wo aro unablo to
plain their political action.
It is all very wll to attempt tt
disparage tho aotion of tho Ameri
can Union party by crying
"Fort streot pang," "tailor shop
l Rug," "soda water cIub,"uto., etc.
I ut tho I xociitive Comraittoe i
mposod t f men duly olected by
iLe differ ii' I struts. It repn--'-itB
tho only annexotion path
hi (xistoucu. Its numburs wort
tot appointed to office. There
has novor boon any nccusation of
"jobbery" used in putting the
mombors whoro thoy aro. All
signs point to thoir being in
close touch with the peoplo of the
country, who assisted Prooidont
McKinloy in carrying through
with success the Hawaiian annex
"What advances havo been mado
to the Cabinpt by their supporters
wo do not know, but we do know
that the Cabiuet has been asked to
outline itB policy, to givo some
idea of what tho pooplo may ex
pect from tho official leaderB. Tho
ppoplo of the country may woll
draw tho conclusion that the
American Union party has been
forced to appeal direct to tho
Commission for a liboral form of
territorial government, because
tho official loaders aro not in sym
pathy with its declared principles.
It is also forced upon the atten
tion of tho Commission that tho
Cabinet has not, siuco tho flag
wont up, been a represontativo or
ganization of eithor a party or tho
peoplo of the country.
Tho Advertisor saddles all the
responsibility for tho political
methods of tho Executivo upon
President Dolo's shoulders. Mr.
Dolo may well pray to bo saved
from his friends.
Supposing it to bo truo that the
American Union party is not un
animous on tho subject mattor of
the memorial to bo presontcd to
tho Commission, it will bo inter
odtitig to note tho spirit of tho
document tho minority turns out.
Our morning friends seek to
compare Presidont Dolo with
Daniel Wobster. Hooray for
Daniel. But why not deal with
the living present instead of the
dead past? Why not put such men
in McKinloy and Roosevelt
againbt Boss Crokor, Piatt & Co.?
If the situation in Hawaii today
does not call for tho appointment
to the governorship of a man who
has not takon part in local poli
tic?, theie never was an instance
wheio such appointment was de
manded. The man mixed up iu
previous politics, who wants to get
iu and satisfy tho various factions
of the country, must iudoed bo a
seeker of tho office.
It is no wonder tboro is a Blight
kick, htill loft in tbo off bind leg
of tbo restoration cause, if Hawaii
is doomed to receive anything like
this treatment at tho lunula of
Congress which tho Advertisor
suggests as possible:
Thoro is much speculation and
some uueasiness on roforenco of
Hawaiian measures iu Conprenj.
Bills mny go to will treat of tho
Commission report in thoy may
bo sent to tho Committees on Ter
ritories. THINGS POLITICAL A Nil IUSKSONAL.
Emtoii Evening Bulletin :
"Tho Chinese set a good examplo
by employing competent counsel
iu the memorial business."
Mr. Editor tho above appears
iu this mornings Advortisor.
Yes and a good many annex
ationists aro thinking that thoro is
a limit bnvond which, mrm wlm
havo posed boforo tho public as
ciiampious or. a causo, cannot con
sistently go in defeating the prin
ciples and purpofios uudor lying
such cause oven for a feo.
Tho speotaolf1 of our two former
ministers to "Washington making
efforts to pave the way for spooial
legislation in favor of Chinese in
Hawaii is not an oncouroging
sign of tho timos.
Taken in conjunction with tho
reticence of the Cabinet on matters
submittod to tho Commissioners,
thing politically begin lo look n
though we woro to havo attempt at
least to perpotuato tho oligarchy
of tho past and its vicious adjuncts
but I see tho A. D. P. is on desk
and betweou thorn and a Constitu
tion that knows no n'ass, we o-ip
hopo for justico when our caso
gots to Wauuiugton.
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