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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 2, 1898.
PuMlsheJ Evry Dy, xctpt Sun4y, t io King
ttreet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City EJItof
FRIDAY, DEO. 2, 1898.
Now does it appear tbat finan
cial men aro afraid of Hawaiian
government bonds? And tho
largest buyer paid tho best prico.
Boss Crokor is said to havo lost
$50,000 in bets on tlio Now York
campaign. Another bill for tho
taxpayers of Greater Now York to
Quory: "Why is it that tho morn
ing organ is eo careful to fight shy
of a discussion of tho neutrality
matter which it was once so loud in
Tho men of any nation who
cheer their ling and bolievo in
power aiiil t'lory of their country
are the men who nmko tho ling
worthy of cheers aud tho nation
deserving of glorification.
Mr. Btddwin has stated tho posi
tion of tho planters regarding con
tract labor, and now Dr. Noblitt ra
dically states the cause for the pe
tition that is boing circulated. Tho
peoplo now havo a clear
understanding of tho situation.
stars and stripes represent a cor
rupt and incapablo pooplo.
The motor car is to bo introduc
ed into South Africa and tho
namo of the machine, in accord
ance with a decision of the Flom
ish acadomy at Antworp, will pro
bably bo spelpaardelooszondors
poorwogpetroolijtuig. It is to bo
Loped tho local RapidTransitCom
pany will fight shy -of tho South
Tin: jai.i.i:u .IAD!-
"Witness the galled jade winco
as demonstrated by tho further at
tempt of tho morning organ to
champion a form of patriotism
that hides bohiud convenient
fences in timo of troublo and
when it is all over comes out and
wisely tells the peoplo what they
ought to do.
It is true tho obligation of pat
riotism is not a now question. It
was in ovidonco in tho oarlitst
days of tho Ropublio when the
fear quaking colonials urged a
neutral position. Washington and
Franklin said "Wo can mnko this
an everlastingly great country as
an independent nation." And thoy
did it. Tho orators of tho fifties
raised their hands to Heaven and
Baid,"This is a&ovorlastingly great
country." And a fow years later
they proved their words by shoul
dering their guns and fighting for
tho maintononco of that evorlast
ing greatnoss. They proved to tho
world that tho country must and
shall continue ono aud inseparable
whatever the consequences.
Men who questioaod tho anti
slavery policy took up arms for
tho flag thoy loved, for tho na
tion they cheered, for the nation
thoy believed to bo ovorlastiugly
great. It was tho "copporhead"
of tho Advertiser lino who said,
"This nation isn't much aftor all.
Tho States representing suuli
variod interests cannot livo to
gether in harmony. Our dtates
mou aro corrupt. Let tho seces
sionists go. We don't want to
taoklo such a sorious problem."
The mon who cheered wore not
afraid, oven if thero wore troublo
ahead, -to shoulder tho responsi
bility and make good their claims
made on the stump. A principal
feature of tho superior grandour
of the United States is tho solu
tion by tho people slowly per
haps, but suroly of tho problems
that havo Btaggored older nations.
Tho mon who havo done tlim
work ora men who beliovo in and
oheor for tho honor, the grandour,
tho glory of tho nation. Not the
sneaking, snivelling woakling
who practically maintain that the
In casting a slur upon tho
citizonship of Americans who
sworo allegianco to tho Republic
of Hawaii, tho official organ makes
a despicablo attack on itho majo
rity of tho mon who stood behind
the gun in tho annotation move
ment, tho mon who mado it possi
ble for tho Advertiser to draw
financial sweets from the official
cofferSj tho mon who whon tho
Advertiser suggested that tho
Amoricans in Hawaii desort their
mother countty end dcclaro neu
trality, gave notico that that was
not tho kind of Amorican notori
al thoy were mado of. Doubtless
our contemporary is angry that
its cowardly schomo was thwarted.
Whon tho official organ says
that tho "government at Washing
ton has decided" that Amoricans
who took the conditional oath of
allegianco in Hawaii forsworo
their allegianco to tho United
States it speaks aud publishos a
Ho. Various secretaries of State
havo given various opinions.
Tho opinion on which tho organ
bases its statement was mado by
officials whose acts toward Amo
ricans in Hawaii havo bcon
doubly repudiated by tho peoplo.
Aud tho Advertiser knows it. An
Amorican who forswears allegi
anco to his country is disfranchis
ed in that country. Tho Adver
tiser knows that hundreds of
Americans who took tho condi
tional oath here returned to tho
United States, fulfilled tho torm
of residence required by tho State
in which thoy locatod, went to tho
polls, voted, and were not chal
lenged or their rightsjof citizon
ship brought in serious question.
Wo suppose these incidents will
bo noted as an instance of tho
corruption and weakness of tho
American system. Tho sterling
patriotic sentiment of tho United
States docs not so regard it. Tho
Advertiser doubtless does repre
sent tho mnn-without-B' country,
but thank God it cannot drag
active, patriotic Americans down
to its cowardly lovol.
As a further ovidonco of tho
official organ's malicious motives
in ita efforts to cast contomptiblo re
flections upon tho expression of
patriotic sontimt-nts, it is a fact
that the Iptter which it published
was addressod "porsonal," and
tbo Advertiser improved tho op
portunity to not only attack ono
man, bat tho ruling sontimont of
tho American people.
Wo nro now opening a lino of
Comprising Ittiggy, Hiding,
Jockoy, English Crops,
Cog Snnko, Hawaiian, etc., etc.
In Wlmlobono, Jtnlacca, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Itawlildo.
Call ami got the first choice
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Great Part of the
In no case is this so well il
lustrated as in the fact that
many men will pay outrag
eously high prices to have
their clothes made to meas
ure because they imagine
they get a sort superior to
ready made. So they do,
unless they get the famous
Sten-Bloch clothes, every
garment of which bears the
These clothes please the
imagination and insure the
sense of being well dressed,
and save one-half the price
which one would pay to a
Will you have a look at
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Me You Seen Our New Store?
Editor Evkxinq Bulletin:
I regret to ha obliund to notico on
error in your geuorally accurate
account of the auuual meeting of
tho Historical Society. In speak
ing of tho domestic- relations of
tliH ancient Hnwaiians I mention
od tho singular fact that thero
wt-ro no religious ceremonies con
nected with uurringo. Not oven
tho favor of tho ancestral "auma
kuat" BeeniB tn havo beon invoked.
This is tho moro remarkablo
when wo consider that ovory othor
imnortaut act in lifo was attoudod
with tho study of ornous as well
as with prayer and offerings to
tho tutelar deitiPH.
Among the Taliitians, according
to Mr. Ellis, marriago wae solemn
ized by tho most iraprossivoreligi
ous ritis, although this is denied
by Mr. J. A, Morouhout, who
xnys: "In a country whore ovory
act, howovtyr unimportant it
night bo, was subjected to religi
ous rites, ruHrriago alono was
freed from all religious sanction."
W. D Alexander.
Tho fair aud luau at St. Louis
College is tho event of tomorrow.
Admission to tho fair for adults
will bo twenty-five cents and for
children ton cents. Tickets to
tin luau for adults will bo fifty
cents and for children half that
sum. The display of rolicB from
tho olden times will bo ono of the
main features of tho fair. This
will undoubtedly be a strong
drawing card. Tho history con
nected with each articlo will bo
given on placards.
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Eleotion of Officers.
Notico 1b Jieroby given that at the An
nual MoNlng of tho Oahu Sugar
puny, tlniltod, hold In Honolulu,
vomlor 28, 1898, tho following OI
and Directors were oloctod to orv
t.'io ensuing year :
LIST OF OFFICERS
Taul Isonborg, Prosldont.
R. F. Dillingham, 1st Vlce-frros
M. P. Robinson, 2nd Vico-Prohlont,
J. F. Hackfold, Troasuror.
Ed. Suhr, Socrotary.
W. F. Alien, Auditor.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS
S. O. Allon, F. J. Lowroy, W. Alters,
J. A. McCandloss ; and ox-oOklo Ipaul
laenborg, U. F. Dillingham, M. llrtolx
inson, j. a; iiackfolu, lil. Suhr,