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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 12, 1899.
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Pjbllihti Every Diy, rxctpt SunJay, t io King
strut. Honolulu. II. I., by (he
Bulletin publishing company.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN Oly Pdltor
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THUllSDAY, JAN. 12, 18!)'J
Judging from political dovelop-
inouta in Jnpan, Torn Hoshi
lcnrneil n few tricks while nctiuy
bs Minietor nt WnBliiuuton.
Tho Ilitwtiiitin Hi llo Association
is, 'promptly petting iuto BUnpi
Tim first semi nnnunl shoot ought
to hit tho bulls cyo of success nnil
Tuo present lnislnturp will
breathe the bren'h of life into tho
new territorial govorninont. Why
should tho olbVirilB who ctll the
special olection keep eo quie
about thin fact.
While tbo courts nro giving
marked ntfeution to the Chinese
specinlty, it is quite appropriate
that tho American nnd Chines"
vnudovillo forces should cotnbino
to open up the brighter side of the
When Alex. Robertson pots
through with his privnto busiues"
in Washington, tho people
couldn't do bettor than to keep
him there as Hawaii's delogato to
Tho question of candidates i
one for the parties to deoido. If
tho Government puts n man iu
tho Hold its a foregone conclusion
that he'll have to run upon nn in
dependent ticket. Ho might get
thirty men to tugn bis nomination
papers, plmps and perhaps
If a Republican organization
should lo formed Tho Star will
Announce "we havo always been
Republican." Should the old party
linos continue our contemporary
will state, "we hivo always boon
in favor of tho government " The
Advortisor will continue to be
consistent in its policy of "any
body and anything boys so lonn
as fin compact keeps its grip on
the officee." There nothing like
sitting on tho fencp is there ?
FOR AMICHIUAN I'IUNCIPI,i:N.
Now that an election is nt hand,
it is to be hoped tht people of
Honolulu will necept tho oppor
tunity offered for starting in npnu
tho broad Amorican political
lino1. The. day is at hand for tho
formation of ti Ropuhliean organ
ization and tho election of a man
who acoaptsRepuhlicau principles
to tho Senate of Hawaii. The
opportunity is offered for
c'tizona of tho territory to de
clare themselves on American
principle', cast asido tho past and
stand upon tho broad aud liboral
f otiug which American law, Am
ericau custom uud American poli
tics give3. Tho q loation of the
futun should bo who is willing to
stand by broad Amorioan party
principles nnd accept the
verdict of tho people, not who is
going to win. L- t tho citizens of
Honolulu declare their principles
and be held to those principles,
awl let those who are peering
around the comors, after the stylo
of the ollluial organ, to see which
woy tho oit iB .joing to jump, In
placed in their frue pilitical linhl.
Let the Itojublicaus be prompt in
the 'ho ftel I to pi ico the stamp of
hou at American manhood upon
tho piosuut nnd future politics of
Amoncanized Hawaii. Let men
stand for priciplo and force thoso
whoso grasping greed for ofUco is
voiced in their policy "Good
Lord, Good Devil, wo'll wait nnd
seo uhich wins" bo branded tho
weak cowards that they are.
liniVKY AND NHUTHAI.irY.
The neutrality night tnnro still
haunts tho official organ. Tbo
publio is informed for the first
time that the various declarations
of neutrality wore what forced
Dewey into making a hero of him
self e.ud demonstrating his capa
bilities as n naval fighter. The
international neutrality law "was
tho immodiate causo of Dewoy'e
attack upon, nnd victory over, the
Spanish fleet at Manila"
"llo was at once, forced to mako a
port and supply station for his
ships or lly tho homo pennnnt."
What remnrkablo porvorsiou of
neutrality history will tho official
organ nest Bpring ou tho publio ?
It now attempts to mako nut that
Dewey would have hung around
Hongkong or somo other Asiatic
port if the declaration of neutrali
ty had not forcol him got out. If
Hih declaration of neutrality cut
such a remarkable and "immediate
cause" figure, why didn't Dewey
get out and go homo
when war as far back as early
March became a foregono
conclusion ? Why was tho Balti
more sout to strengthen his fleet
"dftVen thousand miles from
homo ? " Why wns tho order sent
to Dowoy from Washington to at
tack, aud cnpluro or destroy tho
Spanish fleot in 1'hillippino waters,
immediately upon tho recoipt of
news or the declaration of war ?
Dewoy had no more choice in
the attack on tho Philippines than
did Cervera in leaving, Santiago
harbor. While tho ordors Dewey
received woro doubtless ontirely
satisfactory to him, overy point in
history pIiowb that tho plnn for
Amorican naval operations in Asi
atic waters was, upon tho declara
tion of war, to immediately as
sume tho offensive, to proceed to
Manila aud eithor do or bo done.
The, United States had plenty of
time to order Dowoy homo, if the
officials stood in such mortal ter
ra r of what his position would be
upou the declaration of war. De
clarations of neutrality did not
catch them unawares or change
their plans of action. The glory
of Dewey's victory is not that ho
obeyed orders immediotely upon
the declaration of war. It is found
in his preparodnoss to act when
war did como, nnd his superior
strategy in attacking tho enomy.
Dewey's business was to smash the
Spanish fleet boforo it had n
cliauco to got boyond the con
fines of Philippine watorB and he
did it. When international law
come down upon Dewey he was
prepared to wink tho othor eyo
nnd show the neutral nations that
he had no desire to stay in thoir
More halt"n Dvari.
Captnin Morse is having n lot
of trouble with his men, Tuo
more left tho ship without permis
sion yesterday and fetched up in
tho police Btation later. In the
police court this morning thoy said
th y had tried evory means possi
ble to get clear of the snip. Unn
rnmarkod that tho mate had
threatened to split his bond open
with a piece of iron.
Upon investigation, it was found
that the two men, thinking their
comrades who ucsorted tho pre
vious day, had gotten off without
troublo, decided to desert likowiso
They are in debt to tho ship and
want to Ret away. Tho men wero
ordered buck aboard.
Chnrles Crnrnor (late Cramer &.
Milo4), merchant tailor, C31 Fort
street, solicits the patronage of
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,Now Today column.
NEW POLITICS IN JAPAN
Now nnd significant develop
monts are occurring in tho Japan
ese political situation, although by
so quiot n oourso of evolution as
to bo scarcely perceptiblo to any
but tho keenest observers and
those acquainted with all tho in
tricacies of the situation says tho
Ghrouiclo of Deo. 27th'. It will
bo remomborod that tho recent
dismemborraont of the Cabinet,
which had for its immodiate
causo tho enforced rotiremont of
Ozaki Yukio, Minister of Educa
tion, really moant the collapse, of
the coalition of Libornls nnd Pro
gressionists, both of whom were
about equally represented lh that
Tho politicnl complextion of tho
now Cabinet wns not understood
by tho people at large, many of
Japan's brightest statesmen boiug
at a loss to define its character,
for although it was declared to bo
strictly non-parlisan,thb pjoplo of
the Oriont aould not comprehend
how men of deep convictions could
nscend to tho highest seats of gov
ernment with tho uuderetanding
that thoso convictions wero to bo
held in strict nboyauce, and there
wero many who wero ready
to dcclaro in their des
pair of comprehending the
situntion, that politics was a
snare and a delusion. Moantimo
tho now Government of Japan,
with tho Marquis Yamngata at
its head as Premier of tho empire,
wus apparently pioific of disposi
tion nnd colorless of sentimoutjbut
underneath tho placid surface a
turbid undercurrent was stirring
aud tlio fruit of this agitation ap
peared when Congress convened
on December 3d and K. Kntaoka,
a Liberal, was elected Speaker, a
culminntion which enmo liko an
electric shock to the publio at
Whother this wos a part of tho
origiunl plnn or whother it wns
a forced issue concessions becom
ing necessary in order that the
new administration might secure
a majority in tho Houso, is a de
batable questions but genoral sen
timent iucliuoa to tho former view
of the situation. Torn Hoshi, late
Minister to tho United States, is
accretliteil with having had n
hand, and a powerful oue m the
When Toru Hoshi went back to
Japan ho becamo Minister in
Waiting, but ho promptly resicn-
cd this post when tho Cabinet re
signed, aud wns reckoned as one
of tho malcontents. Still he is
believed to bo a primo movor in
the grent chnugoi that have oc
curred, nnd now popular expecta
tion, recognizing that be is in full
sympathy with tho administration,
looks confidently forward to see
ing somo aistiuguishod porferment
fall to his lot, for it is certnin that
if official honors fall upon any
prominent raembors of the two
factious, Liberals and Proures
sioniBts, Toru Hoshi of tho Libe
rals will not bo forgotten.
Early iu Novomber tho Marquis
Ito, former Prime Minister of tho
ompiro and one of her most pow
erful statesmen, returned from
China, nud everybody is awniting
with interest the action he will
take in the present statu of politics.
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