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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 14, 1898.
Pibllihel Every Day, except Sunday, l no King
ttittl, Honolulu, II. I., by Ihe
Bulletin Publishing company.
W R. FARRINGTON.
"WEDNESDAY, DEO. 14, 1898.
PLATTORM ON WHICH Till lXLE
PARTY SOUGHT TO TURN HAWAII OVI l
i TO Tim I.NUMII.S OF THE UNIT! D
STATES, AND NOW PROPOSES HESIIALL
HL APPOI.NTLl) GOVLKNUK OF A.WI.RI
CN TrRRITORY. "As ,i member of
the family of nations, we must
deJire our position, becnus: we are
a maritime State. As a neutral state
lif (H wall) should follow , in due
time, the example of other neutral
states, and proclaim her neutrality. Such
.1 proclamation w ould require the Helming
ton to lease this port within 24 hours,
just as the PortURiieH1 required the Spanish
lleet to lease St. Vincent at once. Should
tit' liennlncton refuse to ro, we could not
help ourselves, but would show an honest
PuATrORM OF KrPUHLICAN PARTY
ON WHICH PRLSIMNT MCKlNLI Y WAS
IL1CTLI), AND THL rUl-IILMLNT Ol
WHICH THE DOLE PARTY SOUGHT TO
IRlENT, BY A Dl-CLANATION Or
NE TRALITY. "The lltwall.tn Islands
It Id 1-e controlled hv the United
St ites and no foreign power should be
pe-initted to interfere with them."
PLvrroRw 01 thi Doll party
AfTLR ANNI NATION. "No lilw.il Ante
ric. ihmii: tin Anicrkin Immigration law v.
tn Viiteriiin tariff laws; no American
vhii ping laws; no breaking of the dI1ki.iI
(.ump ut but the otlkes for ourselves."
japam:si: ami tiik hulk iuiitv.
W.UttlVT Or LORRIN A. TllURS
TOv .OWNER OF THL Ol TICIAL ORGAN,
AtAINsT JAPANES1 IMWIORATION 131
Iohl ANNEXATION "During the litter
pi . of iS6 and the earlv part of
IN;; the (the Japanese) came In at the
rite of zooo a month. ' 1 he rite
at v.iikli they were entering H mall is,
as omipired with the population of the
Lmited St.ltes, as though a million Japa
nese i month were entering San Francisco.
It h-w yt well said that 'this was not
Immigration but invasion.' "Ha
.iii .i.is, against the will and efforts of
r K . eminent and people, drifted J ip.ni
w rds during tlie past two vears; and un
less riJic.il action is taken to stay the
pr kess there can be but one liigii.il result,
vi the ultimate supremacy of the Japa
nese, .md thereby of Jipan, In Hawaii.
His lias progressed and will be.ii.com-pli-he
' in the teeth of the American policv
' evhiston of foreign control in Hawaii,
a i v Ith no t mgible ov ert lit on the p irt
of t ie J.ipinese govenuvent."
ACTION OF THE- DOLE PARTY AFTl"R
ANNEXATION On November 3. ifyS.
President Dole and his Cabinet authorized
the import ition of 6000 Japanese laborers
Japanese platform or the Dole
GOVLRNMLNT ArTI R ANNEXATION
"Hawaii may now drift 'Japan-ward' at .1
triple expansion speed. Our prev ious con
demnation of Japanese cheap labor Is all
O T. lAI. OIKJVN KMH:s UOI.K.
The oflicial organ continues to
revolvo rapidly on what would bo
it bend if it bad any. Owner
Tbtirs it now apparently has
hjltl f 1I10 reins, and a now ex
plaontion of tbo oflicial organ's
attitude on the governorship is
neceasary. "Wo draw this conclu
sion as to change of reins because
the organ oither is mistaken
or has eorao one in chargo who
doesn't kuow the carepr of the
pnp.M in tbo last sis mouths.
The Advdrtisor "distinctly
s'hteb" that it has 1 ot "discussed
iu dny form or manner, directly or
i ji'irt oil) , with President Dolu the
matter of tbo office of governor
ship." It also dotiios any discus
sion" with any member of Mr.Dolo's
Government regarding tho subject
of tbe future govornoiship of the
torrilory." It has nover done any
thing of this kind "within a year."
Now on .Aug. 2nd, 1898, not
quite eii mouths back, tbe Adver
tiser published au oflicial state
ment retarding President Dolo
and tho Maino fund. Tho Adver
tiser revivod tho story bocauso tho
ine'dont had a distinct boaring on
tbe withdrawal of the rank and
file from Mr. Dole's party, and
their endorsement of Minuter So
wall for govornor. "Whore did the
official organ get its explanatory
information if not from discussion
with "any" mombei oE Mr. Dolo's
On July 23, 1808, tho Advertiser
printed tho followii g under ,tho
captidn "The Ollice ot Q ivernor:"
"Wo arc per.nittod to bUto, and
dostato that PrctiideLt Dolo has;
at no tinv , expressed any desiro
to retain tho oflico 1 o now holds,
nor has he, on tbo othor hand, ox-
pressed tiny intontion to dccliuo
it, if offered to him."
Great Scott dear oflicial organ
have you lost your memory or
simply becoming bold in misrepresentations?
Tho oflicial organ is bonost in
disloyalty to Mr. Dolo. It admits
that ho is not a sufficiently strong
candidate- to merit tho Advertiser's
opon endorsement. It expresses
bopo that Presidont MoKinloy
will appoint anyono for govornor
of Hannii so long astbeappointeo
is not n thorough going American.
Wo have said President Dole does
not command tbo full support of
his oflicial circlo, nud tho slato
mont of the oflicial organ proves
Tho Advertiser makes faces at
tbe Bulletin and says it is Mr.
Sowall's organ with a capital O.
As expressing tho sontimout of tho
rank and filo of tbo annexation
and American party in Jiawaii,
tho Bulletin acknowledges that it
is a Sowall orgau and is not
asnamtd oi u, as uio vuvoruser
soetns asbamed of endorsing Prcs
i lent Dolo or any local candidate.
But tho Advertiser nnd no person
on God's green earth can honestly
assert that Mr. Sowall iuilu-
clnro ? in
BULLETIN to de
favor of his
Any man, any
say3 that Ilnrokl
M. Sewall osked for or sought to
oxert influonco in any wny to ob
tain tbo support of tho Bulletin
for bis candidacy for governor of
Hawaii says what is not trite.
That man or that paper making
such a statemont speaks a lie
and the Bulletin is prepared to
In supporting tho candidacy of
Harold M. Sowall for Govornor of
Hawaii, the people of Hawaii
stand today whoro they have al
ways stood, ineir position was
expressed in tho Bulletin of July
22J as follows:
Whilo there are local men fully
capable of performing tbe duties
of tho oflico of governor, wo know
ot no ono wuoso eiovanon to ine
first office of tbo laud would not
carry with it all tho old party
feelinc and petty joaloueios which
it is deal red to wipo out as soon as
possible. Tho ono object for
which every man, woman and
child should now work is the
breaking down of tho unfortunate
barriers winch tuo national poli
tics of Hawaii for tbo past five
years have raised. Tho appoint
raeut of Harold M. Sewall as gov
ornor will bo ono of tho best pos
siblo moves to accomplish this ob
ject. Ho is a man of recognized
ability, a thorough American in
thought and action; bo is fully
acquainted with the political condi
tions bore, fair minded, and so far
as we know has tbe confidence of
both the old national parties. Mr.
Sewall baB no local political
strings tied to him, and bis posi
tion as Minister has given him an
opportunity to view tbo local situ-
atuin from an uubiaecd standpoint.
Tbo Bulletin has no apologies
or explanations to ollor for its
position. The official orcan
seeks to continuo tho
old local feeling betwoen royalista
and tho "missionary party." Tho
Advertiser strives to continue this
unAmerican illwill. Tbo official
organ preaobes tbo politioal gos
pel, "Wo aro Hawaiians Crst,
Americanism is secondary." . It
preaches this doctrino after 'tbo
flag of tho union and Amorican
loyalty floats over this territory.
Ad to tbo knifing of Presidont
Dolo by Mr. Sewall, it is
interesting to nolo that Mr.
Sewall is an bonost opon op
ponent. Knifing is done by poli
tical friends not by an honest op
ponent. This contest for Mr. So
wall is mado and has boon mado
pn principlo, not porsonal
grounds. It is a well known fact
that tho opso opponent of Mr.
Dolo has expressed a higher por
sonal estimate of tho man, than
the supposed friends who inoludo
mon in the official family who
control tbo utterances of tho offi
cial organ. Tho Advortisor itsolf
today tbrusts tbo cowardly politi
cal knifo into Prosidont Dolo's
sido whon it snoaks away from
open, honest support of his candi
dacy. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
For aiilttonal Shipping Newt tte seventh p(f
Diamond Head Hlg
14. 1 n in Weather cloudy, wind fresh
Weather Bureau. I'unahou. Deo 14.
Temperature Morning minimum,
00; Midday maximum, 60.
Barometer. Onm, 30.11. Rainfall,
do, 0.1.1 In.
Humidity at 0 n m 78 percent.
Tuesday, Dec 13.
IJr lik Dominion, Jones, 111) days
Ktinr J A Cummins. Senrle, from
Am nclir Transit, .lorgcnson, irum
Stmr Nocau, Pedersen, from
Wednesday, Dqj 14.
Stnir Kaunl. IJruliii. for I.nlmlim
noil Kniinnpul! at 4 p in.
Am liktno K r ensue, jiuuunm, ioi-
Nllll I rillMMNPM.
Am scltr Robert Lower, Goodman,
for San Francisco.
Kor Value ll'cMvcil.
Tho Ministor of Fiuanco is
authorized to grant tbo British
American Lino freo wharfago in
return for carrying tho mails
tbo samo privilego accorded to tho
Oceanic and othor lines, except
ing that no coal storage spaco cau
bo givon because tboro is nono to
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Wo nro now opoulng a lino of
Comprising Huggy, Hiding,
Jockoy, English Crops,
Dog Snake, llnwnllnn, etc., etc.
Iu Whuloliono, Malacca, English Holly,
Strnlght Holly, Rnwhldo.
Call nnd got the first choice.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
k Household Supplies. 1
We are Oftering,
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
sSOME SWELL PORTIERESw
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 I
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 3 16 Fort St.
T. V. KING, LcBsoe
Dec. 14, 1808.
V FIItST-CLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment !
Ily tho Clovorest ArtUts of tho Day.
NEW SONGS I NEW DANCES !
ALL STAK rERFOKMKIlS
Itosorved Rents on ualo at raclflc Cyclo
.t Manufiicturliig Co.'s.
Doors opon at 7:30.
Porformance at 8.
Rosen oil Chairs, GOo; gonornl ad
mission, 25c. 1085
Araorioan Mossenger Horvice
Mnsouio Tomplo. Tolophono
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Christmas Vehicles !
On the Mohican wo shall
In SUHHKS, FHCTONS and ItOAD CANTS, which will nuiko
miltablo Christinas Gifts.
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
We are open
day and night.
There will be no
band of music to
draw the crowd
this year. Do not
let anything,! 'act
hinder you from
seeme our im
display of Holi
W.W.Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
Von Holt niock, King street.
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRb. D. E. PUAMRERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretanla street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu Mossongpir Service de
livers mossngos and packages.
Telepbono 378. . .
rocolvo a lnrgo lot1 of Lntost Ktyies M
FOItT STKKET, AMOVE HOTEIi.
If youoro.you want to
UI at Tho Kiisb, 0-11 Hotol St,
Just oponod up the most
Comply to Lino of Smoking
Jacket ovor oxhlbltod on tho
Islands, $0.50 to 810 in an
ondlosa variety of colors.
Nock tlos or any othor
kind of ties.
Clothing for Mon;
Clothing for Uoysj
Clothing for Children.
Huts tho sumo.
Shirt Waists, Golf Shirts
and all othor kinds of Shirts.
9 Hotel Street
s Wayerley Bloct
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a Llnen-Meah
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 070.
1 FINE SE BATHING AND AOUNTAIN; '
All Tralnt to nJ from Honolulu 1 1
Slopat the Hold l-ea
Afo You Getting
Ready for Chris
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