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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 12, 1898.
PubllihtJ tvtiy Day, except Sunday, it no King
slirtl, Honolulu, II. I by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. HARRINGTON.
. City Editor
MONDAY, DEO. 12, 180S.
The ollicial organ statos Unit "it
is snid" Charles Wilder is a can
didate for Collector of Customs iii
Honolulu. The official organ cnu
find plenty of candidates for all
positions except tlio governorship.
We do rot doubt tint the ofliciitl
circle will offer to "exchange sup
port" if Wildor will try for the
colloet rship, nud iE Wilder is out
for th" place, it will not bo as nn
undoclnr 'd candidate.
"No 0110 fit to govern" is ouo of
the Advertiser's funuy story ar
guments in favor of its undeclared
caudi.hit for governor. There
was tli i day appointed in Hono
lulu 11 new deputy clerk of court.
Tho p'litn fell to a friend and
prot''g- 'r Mr. Thurston, owner of
tho Advrrtisor. The now deputy
clerk came to Hawaii since annex
ation. I'h" appointment la a most
excellent 0110 so far as we kuow
and wo e irgratulnto Mr. Taylor.
But will the oCicial organ say to
morrow "No one fit to bo deputy
clork, or tho idiot of Hawaii" ?
lll'N Yi: JIl'UlVDII'S, HUN.
caudidato for governor; it daros
not dony that Prosident Dolo's
trip to Washington is entirely un
necessary bo far as the work of
tho Hawaiian Commission is con
cerned; it dares not dony that Mr.
Ilnrtwoll whoso pi.rt in the neu
trality campaign was nothing
more or less than rank American
disloyalty to say tho loast is or
will bo advocating in Washinutou
tho appointment of I'rcsidont Dole
as first governor of Hawaii. Tho
official organ by virtue of an in
herent cowardice, and Amorican
disloyalty ovades constantly and
studiously what it knows to ho po
Itevorting into a rominiscont
mool the ollicial organ of present
Hawaiian governmout quotes tho
famous Blaino hoodoo as: " Bun,
Hnmannm and Bebollion." The
orgHn will claim it was a mistake
of tho typo, yet it is not sur
prising that such an error should
occur. The oflioial organ is so ac
customed to run to cover when
faced with ouy proposition relat
ing to American politics.
When th ollicial orgau has
been untight to foco the neutrali
ty quoit 'J it ha scurried to
Wlu'ti t'n' ollicial organ is asked
to iittino itn cmididato for governor
Whon ti'H ollicial organ is asked
why it undeclared candidato Pre
sident DoIp hns not tho courago to
come out ho'dly and honestly, tho
ofti-ial or:an .una.
When the organ's weak mug
wump disli'.valty is repudiated by
Americans the organ skeedaddles
The oigiu coufo9sos that tho ro
vivifying rum of Amorican loyalty
had to It" no u red down oiliciaK
necks iu order o koep tho Hawai
ian G jvorumon' in linu with Am
erican priuoiplo and honesty
there are matters of American
priuciplo and American honesty
connected with tho neutrality busi
ness, the oran daros not discuss
and uo.v, first, la&t and always
the o'lici'tl organ rebels against
tho pro-pjot of 11 strong, patriotic
American admiuistration in tho
torri'ory of Hawaii,
Our conttMup rary is wild in its
plea forth" loutinuation of Mr.
Dole in ollic , yet it is so worried
for foar ho ciuuot gain the prize
that it is afraid to ondorso him as
a candidate. Tho official organ
fears the positive, honest Americ
anism of Bewail, yot it has not a
namo or a nmi lo present for the
candidacy. The oTioial organ runs
oven at the th m-lit of endorsing
Minister Damon for governor who
'caucrry moro local votoa thau
any mau in the official ring of
which Mr. Do'o i- tho hoad.
1'rom the vry first tho organ of
Hawaii's official circle has consid
ered it a dishonor for any man to
accept tho reqn t of friends and
announce hi candidaoy for the
highest oxoculivo position in Ha
waii. It puts 1 10 aarae low -debased,
noAmurican ostimato upon
the governorship of Hawaii that it
placed on the find, whipped-into-line
action of II waii's executive
in the neutrality mattor. On tho
other hand tho olhVtal organ dares
By quoting from political plat
forms it is fair to presumo that tho
Advortiser is soeking somo way iu
which to voice Owner Thurston's
romark: " Hawaii for tho Hawai
iatiB." 'Tis a catchy phrase, but
what has the official organ done to
croato a Hawaii for tho Hawai
ians ! Whon the franchise ques
tion was beforo tho Commission
how much iuiluonco did tho official
circle exert, how many arguments
did the official organ bring to light
favoring a liberal American policy
in dealing with tho franchiso ?
What efforts wero put forth to cro
ato by liboral franchiso a Hawaii
for tho nawaiians ? What Her
culean fighting was dono to create
iu Hawaii a homo rulo that will
compare with that oE other Amor
ican territories ?
Lst tho official organ oE this ter
ritory toll tho peoplo what was
dono, or what is boing dono to put
tho rulo oE this torritory in tho
hands of anyone outside tho unde
clared candidate's official circlo.
Point to ono single iucidont where
it has not interpreted "homo rule"
as "present1 official rulo." Why
should tho official organ bo so ard
ently in favor of homo rulo, whon
it tacitly if not openly favored tho
restricted franchiso ? Party plat
forms are pointed to whon M.t.
Dolo's candidacy is threatened.
What about party plattorm refer
ences to immigration, party plat
form declarations on tho tariff,
party platform assertions on ship
ping laws, party platform demands
for tho right of ovory Amorican
citizen to vote ? This is nnother
story of course and tho official
mouthpieco fears to face it. "Homo
rule" and "Hawaii for tho Hawai
iaus" comes from tho official organ.
With what oohoes of mockery this
rebounds Erom tho acts and words
oE tho official cirolo.
provision insortod in tho Commis
sions roport and it was rojoctod by
tho Amorican mombers Eor
reasons that woro obvious and
which tho Amoricau momborB
woro caroEul to express then
Possibly tho Advortisor knows
nil this, honco its agitation, honco
tho fear o tho undeclared camdi
dato, honco tho tondency to run
on tho part o tho oflioial organ.
Tho 6fficial orgau knows too much
about tho neutrality rocord of
cowardico and treason, and henco
doosn't caro or daro to go into
AVhat coruor will tho official or
gau run to next ? Will it, can it,
give us tho namosof presont Amo
rican territorial Foderal officials
who wero kamaaiuas in tho terri
tories whore they now hold offico?
Ohas. Warron, captain on the
police force, wns this morning
snsponded from duty by tho Do
pnty Marshal, for conduct unbe
coming an officer whilo iu tho
porforninuco of his duties. War
ron did not caro to await tho ro
turn of Marshal Brown and forth
with announced his iutontiou to
sover nil connection with the
Polico Department. No appoint
ments will bo made until the ro
turn of Marshal Brown. In tho
meantime, Lieut. Rickard will
tnko Warren s place and rolialcu
will net in Bickards placo.
Harmony Ijodgo, No. 3, 1. O. 0.
F., moots this ovoning. All visit
ing brothors very cordially invit
ed. See tho nowsy paper's Fra
We nro now opening a lino of
Comprising lltiggy, Hiding,
Jockoy, KngllMh CnH,
Dog Simko, Hawaiian, etc., otc.
In Wh.ilobono.Malacc.i, English Holly,
Straight Holly, lltiwlilde.
Call and got thu first choice
Tho Advertiser has repeatedly
talkod of n candidate Eor "A tor
ritory that does not exist." Now
it quotes from party platforms for
tho benefit of "a territory that
doos not exist," and did not exist
whon the partyltdeolarations woro
made. The organ not only fails to
stand by the full party platforms
but also ovades its own utterances.
If Congross had intondod to
troat Hawaii as any other territo
ry of tho United States, it would
simply havo extended Federal
laws with .tho act of annexation.
But Congress, bocauso it recogniz
ed tho Amorican spirit oE tho rank
and filo of tho Americans oE Ho
nolulu, whom tho AdvortiBor
sneers at and whom tho organ
and its Erionds sought to botray by
advocating a declaration of neu
trality, and bocau30 it recognized
horo ovils which could not bo iu
corporated into tho American
body politic, provided for a Com
mission which should roport.
"suoh legislation for tho Hawaii
an Islands as it doomed necessary
and proper." It is for tho com
mission to say whether tho gov
ernor shall be appointed from
among tho residents or not. And
as a mattor oE Eact Mr. Bewail has
resided horo longor than many
mon who recoived prompt official
appointive recognition from tho
present official circle.
Perhaps tho Advertiser has
heard that tho undeclared candi-
not deny that President Dole is n date ploaded to havo tho residence
! The Imagination
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
n ,Miey 8et a sort superior to
ic.iuy iiiiiue. ou uiey uu,
' unless thpv net the fnmnns "
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
fj( merchant tailor.
rt Will you have a look at
4 tiara lrtfliop 4itslrt )
m iiiuc uuinw iu-u.iy .
We are Offering,
Just the thing for Brightening up your Homes.
Christmas to many means New Curtains. We have
them in all qualities,
from $1.25 up to $20 per pair. We are showing
CSOME SWELL PORTIERES
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., limited.
CTHE PEOPLE'S PROVIDBRS.;
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 I
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U.b.vU. . ,.. . u.u.w.lU, ..WiWV, V.KJ
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. -W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOUT STHnE?T, ABOVE HOTEL.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
T. "V. IvIISTG, LeHsoo
Dec. 12, 1808.
Have You Seen Our New Store?
V VIIIST-OLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment 1
lly tho Clovorest ArtUU of tho Diy.
NEW SONGS I NEW DANCES !
ALL STAlt PEHFOnMEIlS
lloson-ed Seats on salo nt l'aclflc Cyclo
A Manufacturing Co.'s. '
Doors oon at 7:30.
l'orformance at 8.
HoBorvml Chulra, GOo; gonornl nil
mission, Mo. 1085
The Quality and Assortment of
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cents to $7$. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments of merchandise in our
various lines, which will enabje
us to fill the wants of the peo
ple to, their entire satisfaction.
we invite puDiic inspection
and public opinion.
W. W. DJmond & Co.,
The People's Store,
.Von Holt niock, King street.
MADAME LE VANWaV. of S. F.
MI13. D. E. CHAMBEKS, of N. Y.
Readj for urisfans
If you aro, you want to
call at The Kaali, 0-11 Hotel St.
Just oponoil up tho most
Complete Lino of Smoking
Jackets ovor oxhlbltod on tho
Inlands, f 1.60 to $10 in an
olidlohM varloty of colors.
Nock tlos or any othor
kind of tlos.
Amorican Moaeengor tiorvioo
Mneouio Tomplo. Tclophono
73 Beretania street
Honolulu, h. I.
Honolulu Messenger Servico de
livers messages and packages,
Telephone 378. ' '
Clothing for Mon;
Clothing for lloysj
Clothing for Child ran.
Hats tho same
Shirt Waists, Golf Shlrta
and all othor kinds of Shirts.
9 Hotel Street
Agonis for Dr. Delmel'a Llnen-Mcsln
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
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B- I All Tralni lf ind from Honolulu I "VO
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Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
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