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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 07, 1899, Page 4, Image 4',
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SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1899
Ono week of lb99 and how many
of 1 1)090 good resolutions have you
Now do the Chinese who havt1
boon lnudod by tho Chief Justice's
order of nrrest hrive to , be seiH
Captain Sigabeo in his last
pnpor on tho destruction of tho
Maiuo digresses from bis main
topic to show how littlo popular
orodit a navv ofllcpr gets for much
of tbo good ho docs. Sigsbeo by
years of hatd study mado inven
tions that havo saved the United
States thousand of dollars, and tho
Grst public .recognition of tho
work enmo from tho German
Emperor. No porsonnl grievanco
is voicod, but tho occasion is offer
ed for tho cap'ain of tho Maino to
bring before the public tho scant
favor received from tho pooplo for
offorts that requiro as mueh abil
ity m tho winning of naval
Even tho Advertiser appreciates
tho superior valuo of tho Bulle
tin want column. Thanks kind
American business mon are
happy tho prosont Congress will
not seriously discuss changes in
finance or tariff.
Even ' Geu, Coxoy eays tho
silver issue is dead,, Ami Col,
J3rynu and Gen. Coxoy will pass
in tiICi Political checks along with
Tho taxpayor can sit quietly by
and smile at the Ghinosa exclu
sion business. If there should bo
any damages to pay Undo Sam
will foot the bill.
A purported nihilist with a name
that to the American tongue is a
cross between a sky scrapar aud a
somiuoraault is another evidence
of Honolulu's metropolitan pro
Democrats do not daro to oppose
tho ratification of tho peace treaty,
and Fresidont MoKinloy's good
senso in handling tho new prob
lems is what is worrying tho
Democratic politicians who aro
searching for n campaign cry.
Tho assignment of Major Gon
eral Lawton to the Philippines
adds n pillar of strength to tho
American land forces that, accord
ing to newspaper correspondents,
will be particularly advantageous
to the American straigbtoning out
Tho official organ of tho Ha
waiian iQvornrflont comparos Mr.
Dole with Finnogan's yellow doc
Mr. Dolo's opon opponent may
have said uncomplimentary things
of him but tlioy have novor drop
ped to tho low plane of his official
Senator' Fryo, ono of tho staun
ohest frionds and hardest workers
of tho Hawaiian annexation cam
paign says regarding tho Philip
pines: "If wo aro insane qnough
to do so, wo might givo thom all
back to Spain after tho ratification
of tho treaty: if wore fools wo
might divide them up among tho
othor foreign powers." Sonator
Fryo is a man of tho true Americ
an type who stands by Iiis princi
ples and belioves in the capacity,
tho ability and tho patriotism
of ibo Amoricon peoplo whether
doling with Hawaii or tho Philip
pines, 'o Sounfor will doubt
less be highly Interested, now
whon ho awakes to tho fact that
tho official organ of tho Hawaiian
govornmont has about tho buuiu
appreciation of his efforts and his
principles as tho Cuban and
Philippiuo insurgontB havo of
American efforts to improve their
A civil war veteran has received
notice that bis pousioa of S12 a
mouth for genoral disability, has
Jjeon cancelled because he went
into tho war with Spain. The
man volunteered at tho opouing of
the war and was rojooted. He
finally got placed n? a mule driver,
aud unfortunately for him did not
havo any aocidonts that will allow
putting in a now pension claim.
Senator Butler, who proposed
that tho United States pension
Confederate Veterans, baa been
very promptly called down by the
leading Confederate Veterans As
sociation .of Now York city. This
incident shows principally what a
small appreciation Butlor has of
tho American spirit that leads
mon to fight for a cause they bo
lievo just. The Southerners
lost, but thoy have no apologies
to make or spooial favors to ask
for tho past. No ono asks them
for apologies. The sontimont of
tho day is to forget the past, let it
rost, aud combine national forces
bpbind tho reunited country at
was dono during tho lato war. It
is useless to attempt to convince
the Southornors who fought in
tho civil war that, thoir cause was
wrong. It is equally useless to
attompt to convince tho North
erner men that their opponents
deserve pensions. To revive those
points simply Btirs up old feelings
which both aides are now willing
to bury out of sight. An expres
sion of admiration for tho valor
of tho mon who followed tho dic
tates of their conscience is sutuoi-
ciont. ProsidontMoKinley touched
tho popular cord in both tho north
and south whon ho said "Wo
havo not only triumphed ovorour
onomy, but we have triumphed
over our own prejudices, and we
aro now a unitod country."
London, Dec. 29. A disquiot
ing situation is developing at
Johannesburg. According to tho
latest advices the place is soothing
with disebntont, as on tho ovo of
tbo Jameson raid, in consequenco
of recent and proposed govern
ment measures which tho Ut
landers regard as being a frceh
series of imposition.
In addition, racial animosities
aro intensifying at tho vexations
treatment of tho British Indians
and Capo Boys, which is causing
There was a seriousness dovolop
relent last wook when, a Boor Po
liceman murdered an englishman,
named Edgar, outering the latters
houso and shooting him. Tho
policeman was arrested on the
charge but upon tho following
day, tho charge1 was reduced to
one of manslaughter and tho po
licoman was allowed his liberty
The British agont domandod
restitution on tbo chargo of rnur-
dor, and a mass mooting whioh
was attended by 5,000 Uitlanders
was held Vit Johannesburg dn
Sunday to protest against tho
murdor of .bdgar and to present
tho British consul with a strongly
wordod petition to tho Queen, ro
citing tho wrongs of the Uitlau-
ners, appealing for protection and
demanding such othor stepo as
may be found necestnry to ter
miuato tlio existing "intolerable
stato of affairs."
There wero no spoechoB, owing
to the laws prohibiting political
demonstrations. Tho petition
was presented to the consul on
the bflloony of tho consulate, tho
wholo multitude eijj2!Mg e85St
by uplifting their hands.
References to tho Boor police
man elicited shouts of "lynch
him." Tho meeting, however,
was poaceful, with tho exception
of a slight affray with the police
at its conclusion.
Tho newspapers publish vono
mous articles on the subject. Tho
Boer organ tbo Bank Post, yester
day discuac-od tbo prospect of war
with Great iiritain ana advised
ttfat on tho British act of war tho
women and children at Johannes
burg bo given twenty-four hours
to leave aud that the whole place
bo then razed, and that "tho per
petrators of those turbulent pro
ceedings, if caught, should bo
thrown into tho deep shafts of
their mines, with tho debris of
thoir machinory for costly
shrouds," and adding that "tho
wlioloof Johanncsburgwill oxult
if tho 'Africander ward is covering
into a gigantic iubbish heap as a
mighty tombBtono for tho shot
down nuthors of tho monstrous
Tho Pretoria Voiostoin suggests
that January 2 bo observed ob
Jnmoson Day and that Dr. Jame
son be burned in offigy.
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