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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBER 12, 1898.
Publlihed Every Day, except Sunday, t io King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJItor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1898.
Wo await with interest tho
routo by which tho Star will
crawl out of. tho confederate
A apodal featuro of tho thea
trical soason will bo now soDg
'Tho Alabama Coons" sung by
two of our osteouaed contemporaries.
Some of Baukrupt Hooloy's
friends nro beginning to wish they
had not.allowed him to fail. His
disclosures aro rnoro interesting
Occupation of Cuba by tho Am
erican, tiuouo now bpgins iu earn
est. With tho approach of the
winter months tho positiveness of
American notion becomes more
apparent to tho Spanish.
Amoricau Military Governor
Wood seems to bo ablo to make
tho Cubans do most anything but
work. Yet the Cuban will be loud
in his condemnation of tho United
States if ho Ib crowded to tho wall
on account of his inactivity.
Secretary Day in a diplomatic
reply to Franco says tho Oregon
and Iowa are coming to Honolu
lu. We are sure to get a sight of
thom anyway, yet no one will be
liovo that tho ships will not soon
er or lntor show up in Philippino
We ore borry to say that as an
historinu l'rnf. Alexander will
have to take a seat in iear of the
Adveilistr. lie was born and
brought up iu this country aud
yot didn't seo or hear anything of
tho cruifpr Alabama when suo
was here in 1801. Hurray for the
Now John Watmtuaker who is
at tho head of the opposition to
Senator Quay has boon arrested
for slander. John finds that al
though Quay may bo a bad man
two can play at tho eatuo political
game. An opportunity will m,v
be given to prove 6omo of tli wi'd
Tho Navy Department is said lo
have ahaudoned tho scheme of
raisiug imy moroSpiuish cruisers.
Tho Morritt Wrecking Company
is working on tho Colon uuder a
contract thtt allows then $829.25
v day. llobson will have to be
stisfied wih ouo big souvnnir
from tin! Spanish navy. They
aro too oxponsive for Uncle Sam.
AN AIVi:ilTlKI SI'OOK.
That monumont of moral recti
tudo and historical accuracy, the
Advertiser, boldly announces tha
tho Confederate worship Alabama
visited Honolulu iu 1801. Now
t lis is news. It is wonderful,
marvelotw. Wo aro really sur
prised thit tbo Advertiser did not
discover this incident before, so
that it might havo strengthened
its uriu m'ot in favor of Hawaii
A clariui neutrality when the
United Slates declared war with
Doubtless wheu offioiah at
"Wishington begin to ask ques
tions about tho inside history of
th neutrality diseuss'on, tho Ad
vortiHT will announcii that a
Spinish cruiser was iu Honolulu
harbor in 1898; that ll.o pooplo
horo didn't see it but the Adver
tiser by it closo connection with
mattora immortal saw tho Bhip
and know what dangers it sub
jected Hawaii and it- citizens to.
When bOTie Cougres-man tolls
tho Advertiser that it is not telling
tbo truth, tho Advertiser will rise
to its usual high and mighty
heights and say: "You poor in
significant ward politician, you
can't seo straight. "Why tho Con
fodorato cruiser Alabama was in
Honolulu harbor in 1801 and
no ono saw it but the Advertiser
did. In fact wo havo a dotailed
account of tho coal taken and
other spooky things that tho
dangerous Confederate captain
did. Since the Alabama did those
things, why didn't wo havo good
roasou to havo trembling knoes,
loss of Amoricau patriotism and
genoral fear that lod us to ask
that tho Bonnington bo promptly
ordered to sea and tho Hawaiiau
Amorican white ting run up over
tho Exeoutivo building."
Wo are really inclined to admit
that tho pooplo of tho world do
not half appreciate tho valuo of
tho Advertiser as a halfway house
to the realms of warship spooks.
No ono hitherto known to history
over saw tho Alabama in Hono
lulu or Hilo harbors, but tho Ad
vortiser now gets on the inside,
kahuna track and says it was here.
This is a scoop. Wo acknowledge
the com. It is a dead cold scoop
from realms in which the Bulle
tin has no representative.
Wo can't explain this short Ad
vertiser routo previously unknown
history, but aro disposed to sug
gest that ono of thoso "Leouids"
supposed to be shooting through
space in the heavens last night,
mudo direct tracks for the Adver
tiser office aud delivered a special
message marked: "Exclusivo to
tho Advertiser. To bo used to
help you out of tho neutrality holo
you got into last spring."
schools koii ni:v citi.i:s.
"What Cuba needs" is now ro
coiviug attontion of correspon
dents at Havana. Some say an
nexation to tho United Statos,
others iudepeudenco, still others
that tho "Cubans noed a good
licking," but a writer for tho Chi
cago Record cites a necessity of
tho hour that will appoal to all
Americans when he says "schools."
Cuba needs schools, the American
schools, aud thosamo may be said
to hold good in all tho Spanish
territory which tho Amoncans
havo fallen into.
The correspondent for the Re
"Wo noed to engage sorao cx-
porieuced educutor whu will como
hero not for tho alary alone, but
with tho samo spirit that Amori
cau troops camo recently to Santi-
Mgo, take tho raw conditions hero
and ovolvo a common sohool syd
tom for tho future ages. Loavo
ueuiud tue mistakes. Take tho
best features of all tho stato sys
tems of tho United States and
plant them here. Then, when tho
common schools aro in operation,
we want some schooUlikeHampton
and Tuskegeo industrial, schol
astic, Christian. We also want
such schools as tho various reli
gious bodies havo in tho South.
Will tho United Statos holp us to
have thom ? Whore are tho
moral forces that sont Amoricau
ships of war to our coasts ? "
Appeals of this character can
not fail to rocoivo recognition from
tho better American sentiment.
Missionary work of a very practi
cal naturo is right at thoir doors.
If tho United States carries out is
humauitHrian policy to the fullest
extent, tho schools in tho now
possession will not bo loft in tho
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