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DANIEL LOGAN . .
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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1898
Miuister Cooper line Iho Indus
1 proposition up a tree.
"ruble.,, of tbo hour 'lBi
bow to get Jt down.
Perbaps Presulont McKiuley it
pleased just now tbat tbere is no
""cablo to Hawaii. Ho would hav
to auswer about fifteen new Ha
waii questions ery day.
A good opportunity is now
offorod for Home philanthropic
citizen to invest 810,000 for tbo
assistance of tbo Board of Educa
Tbo Star forgots tbat tbo people
do not necessarily figure in ap
pointments now made. The offi
cials now play a lone band aud tlie
bearts of tbo people are not
Even tlio conservative olemout
is beginning to rouli.o tbat Ha
waii will never bo free from its
present potty bickerings until tbo
people organio on tbo broad
American party lines.
If tbe Portuguese delegate, J.M
Vivas gets in touch witb tbo labor
organizations of tbo United States,
bo will bavo n stomwindor attacli
meut to bis plea tbat will cause it
to be beard from ono end of the
country to tbo other.
TIhto may bo soldiers iu the
Now York camp who J avo just
grievances, but tboro isn't a man
who does not swear by Colonel
Harbor. This commanding officer
takes as tnuub individual iutciobt
in tLo nil'airs of tbo men iu tbo
ranks as is possible for any officer
When it conie to tbo question
of tbo Government dealing in
"futuroa" on tbo loan fund propo
sition, tbe Advortisor relapses into
a state of innocuous desuetude.
Soino time next wo.-k wo may ex
pect a soiiea of questions which
tho official organ will not attempt
to answer for ltsolf.
It is true tho Cabinet is taking
cbaueos on tho use of loan fund
moneys. Tbo peoplo, however, are
anxious for th-j coutiuuauco of
public works. Wo aro also told
tbat tho Cabinet by tho commis
sion from Mr Molviuley is cut off
from responsibility to local people.
Thou why not let tbo Cabinet take
tho chances V Tho Hullutix be
lieves iu tho continuation of pub
lie improvements, but the Cabinet,
having cut its.-lf off from tbo peo
pie, will huvo to boo its own row.
The dhcussion lias boon such that
noons i ill buy tbo bonds with
his oyes shut.
If it is true that the young and
ignorant generation of tho United
States was largely roHponsiblo foi
tbo war with Spain, tho peopb
may dopond upon it that the after
math problems i f the war will ,0
faced with tho samo honest, loyal
dotormination to right the wroi g
ob was shown by tho volorans in
years gono by. In,, young men
of today aro not such cowards as
tho croakers tiy b. mako them out.
Anothor notable fact in tho late
war is that th veteran of the CO's
wore as anxious to go into the
field ogain as tho boys who bad
not had warliko experiences.
I'HINCi: OK Mt'tlMt'JII'S.
Has this politicnl conundrum
uuj- louiu Biyniucnnco r it bo
what is it ? Advertiser.
Nouo whntovor, uo moro local
signiucauco thnn tlio Advertiser
storiea"nbout Goorgo Washingtou,
Uenry Clay nnd Dauiol Wcbotci.
inoro ia just tbo same rea
son to boliovo that little I31aiuc
nud Liueolue nro kicking around
this territory as tboro is to figure
tbnt nny of tbo mou in local ofli
cial lii'o comparo favorably witb
tlio immortal Qeorgo, Daniel or
Tbo first obiect in askinrr mien-
tions was to give our esteemed
uuu temporary an opportunity to
H"muiiHiinu) wnat an iinsoiute
mugwump it is. Wo simply
sought material with which to en
dorse thestatemont,uiado by a load
iug annexationist lately in Wash
iugton, that bo clas3od tho Adver
tiser as ono of tho mugwump
princes, aloug withGodkiu'sEven
iug Post and others of tbat ilk.
James G. Blaino did moro to
fiiithor the annexation of Hawaii
and Btrengtbon tho foreign policy
of the United States than any
statesman of bisgouoration. Now
that annexation has been consum
mated, the official organ is not
averse to dnmniug tbe memory of
tho man who paved tbo way for
the success of tho officials of tbe
Republic of Hawaii. It is simply
a further demonstration from tho
mouth of tho official organ thai
its ideal of statesmanship is of the
Schurz and Godkin typo tbo
roughly un-Amorican, showing
no respect for popular voico and at
heart opposed to government of,
by and for tbo peoplo.
JLJy having its attention drawn
to more recont politicnl history,
tbo Advortisor has shown what
sort of support its constituent
will give Presidout McKiuley nnd
otber American friouds of annexa
tion. Tho peoplo now have addi
tional assurance that tbo Adver
tiser is consistent in seeking to
bend ell tho application of Amoii
can pn.uriplo to the territory of
Hawaii. Tho Advertiser has op-
p B'il . liberal franchise in Ha
wuii, it lias opposed tho extousion
of Au-uricau laws to Hawaii, it
opp s d tbo allianco of Hawaii
with tho United States at tbe
open ng of tho war. Tho paper's
constituents hnvo advocated an
nexation with the proviso that
after tbo deal wns completed tbe
majority of tbo citizens of tbo tor
ritory should bo "bold down" as
thoy have been in tho past, and
iiuitlly that local officials should
pass upon American laws before
Congress onacts thorn.
Itarv Trrnt Iu Ciiiiipilny of .1Iulc I.otrra
mlnnliiy Artri iiiiuii.
Messrs. T. V. Twinniim and
Sydney II. Morse gavo an invita
tion musical at tho Progress hall
yesterday afternoon. Although
tho hour was au inconvouiont oup
for moat people, a goodly compa
ny of ladies aud jjentlomon as
assembled. A number of thorn
aro prominent iu local musical
Music lovers had an unusual
treat in tho song recital given by
Mr. Morse. A spontaneous burnt
jf applause at tho closo of the first
t'g showed doop appreciation.
I'li'i pure, high, tenor voico is so
rare a commodity in this day and
ami that it was a delight to listen
lo Mr. Morso in his interpretation
f attractive and varied progiani,
in which his enso of manner and
rcellence of method were notice
H'le His accompanist, Mr
Twinning, provod himself a valua
bio second to tbo star of tho after
noon. It is the intention of these gon
tlomen to givo a concert program
at an oarly doto and thoy will
have tbo assistance of some of Ilo
nolulus bout vocal talent on that
Progress Hall is most suitable
for nffairB of this kind nnd, as tho
ocoustico is excelleut,sill bo much
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nblo ( tho stockholders of tlio Or.0
WAI.U COMPANY nt the olllco of W.O
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SOtli Instant. Tlio stock books of tlio
Comtiauy will lie closed to transfers from
Tuesday, Soptcmbor 27th, to Saturday,
OctolKir 1ft, 1808.
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A dividend will bo duo ami made paya
ble totlio stockholders of tho Walmanalo
Sugar Company, at tho olllco of W. d.
Irwin A- ComiKiny, Limited, on Friday,
thc.'lOtli Instant. Tho stock ltooks of tlio
Comiuny will boclosod totransfors from
Tuesday, .September 27th, .to Saturday
October 1st, lbfW.
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lfWo-lt Secretary '
Persons wishing to obtain board at
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Terms, $10 porwook. OM-flm
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boosted up by blowing. We keep tbe BEST STOCK and em
ploy the most workmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently do the largest business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience in the business, I am fully
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A dividend will bo duo and m.ulo paya
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Hawaiian Sugar Company on Friday tho
30th instant. Tho stock books of tlio
Company will bo closed to transfer from
Tuesday, Soptouibor 27th to Saturday
Octobor 1st, 1893.
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