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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 13, 1839.
Published Every Day, except SimJy, t tio Klnjr
itreet. Honolulu, II I., by the
Bulletin Publishing Company.
W. R. FARRINGTON,, Eiltor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
FRIDAY, JAN. 13, 1899.
Tilt imiu who nets ruu down b
ft fcorohing bicyclist get eonio
sntisfnctiou out 'of it if the scorch
er takes a tumble to liimBelf.
Six liuiitlr.vl voter out of n j o
pulntiou of obr 30,000 will de
termine who will fill Senior
ocinnuita plncc, (Jhu ntijoie
question til it Unwnii needs more
The oilicinl orgnu pays "ns this
is n government by the people."
Since whoa? Coriniuly not "peo
ple" in the Wsuingtouiiin, Je
fersoniiu or Americui iuterprotn
tioa of t in nunio
According to our correspondent
the special election policy of the
goerninnt is to "luy lo.v" As
tlio Kooruincul orgtn voices the
same sentiment, our correspjn
deut cnu't be fnr from rilit
If there seetus to be any quea
tiou nbout tho superiority of regu
lar nrmy ollicials, just note tho fuel
that vpry little in heard from the
army hospitils' those dajs. The
techtiiuril kuow'lodgo of two offi
cials may bo equal, but it 16 the
Briny training and disciplines tlist
It is truo ttio Executive Cotu
mitlo3 of tbe American Union
pirty is iu disfavor at tho Execu
tive building and cannot necuro tb
appointment of a pound keeper.
Ami why is this thusly ? Simply
becnudt) this committee refuses
after annexation to follow the
principlo of the Hnwaiinu Ex 'cu
tive, "Hawaii for the HawaiiauB
and tho oIHi'ph for ourcelvcs."
Georgo "Washington and Presi
dent Dole. To what heights of
idiotic comparisons uill the offi
cial organ nect attempt to boost
Mr. Dole. Soon wo may expect
tho official oran to call oil Presi
dent McKinley to stop down imd
out to make way for Georgo Wnsh.
ington Henry Olay Daniel Vb
ater Dole. The official orgau
forgots one comparison. Gonrgt
Washington wnuted to reign
OFFICIAL OIIGAN UISl.OVU.TV.
The plea made this morning by
the official orgtu of the Hawaiian
governraer t for a mass meeting of
"the people" shows what sort of
political friendHhip the official
mouthpiece h'ts for tho American
puty tlitt has iu iido th annex itiou
cause an accomplished fact. Tho
organ dops not daro to opposo tli-
ltepublicati pirty hono-dly and
openly as it would like to do. I
will wit to see first whethorPrfai
dent McKinley is going to accept
the local official war cry of'Hnunii
for the Hawniiaus and the offices
for the compact "To bo honest and
open is uot in the official organ's
make up. Tlw orgau seoks to evade
t e American party questions
and in ita utoial suenking, coward
ly way callH upon tho people to
nvoi 1 parties which the organ
tor ns the "Madippn" to be real
nioe mugwump Inys, pay no atten
tion to principles, and elect if po
eiVo a member to the Hawaiian
Benito who believes iu (he plans
o thepresout Executive not Am
If any bettor example can be
offored of the official circle's nar
row political mind, its for of and
nttomp' i to head off the advance of
A no icnn principled, its lack of
loalty lo its former frionds in the
U td States, its greed for office
boldingnnd thecontinnation of pust
j 'alouKies ai d political bittoruo s,
its p'a dug fp! fish iutorfsls tirnt in d
tho w If ire o' tho people lust, we
would tvtk where it is to be found.
Putting the halo of Sohurz-tiodkiu
mugwumpory nbout its head, the
official organ of the Hawaiian gov
eminent says "let tho peoplottpenk,
wo want no parties." And yet the
official organ and tho men behind
it know that to follow tho plen
which tho organ puts out means
tho keeping nlivo of old is
sues and itnpoding tho progress
of Americanizing Hawaii.
We confess a lack of nurpriso
at tho official organ's attitude. It
has been consistent in its opposi
tion to all things pertaining to
Atuericiu loyalty and honest pat
riotism. It led tho dastardly
campaign of neutrality, it has.cnst
slurs upon tho Americans who
furnished tho back bono of the
local annexation movomout, it hns
stoidily oppospd President Mo
Kiuley'a policy of strengthening
tho American power in tho Paci
fic by the retention of the fruits of
a humanitarian war, it has taken
its text for politicnl education
from Golkiu nud tho Now York
Evening Pott, it has lost no op
portunity to despirngo tho
honor and capacity of loyal Amer
ican citizens nnd American poli
tico, it has ouampinued tho cause
of government by a select circle
rathr thau by the people, it seeks
to educate the poople to tho mug
wump idea of what a great and
glorious American Oarl Sohurz is,
nnd has mado honest and loyal
Americanism tho principal sub
ject of its spiteful and clownish
This is tho record of the official
moathpieco which now seeks to
give a backhanded slap at tho
organization of tho Republican
party iu LTawaii This is tho re
cord of the official mouthpicco
that asks President McKinloy to
retain its constituents in pawc-r in
tho Territory of Hawaii. This is
the kind of disloyal tributo that
tho official organ pays to tho party
and tho leader of the party, Presi
dent MoKiuloy,thnt mado it pisai
bio for tho Americnu flag to float
It is forlunnto for tho people
of this tenitory that the offi
cinl organ speaks only
for a bina'l official circlo
that is using nil its
forco to hold its powor ami check
tho advance of liberal Americanism.
What the constituents of tho
official organ do fear is that Ame
rican parties will bo formed, thnt
officials will bo forced into the
opon nnd placed in their true
light bofo-o tho people of Hawaii I
and tho poople of tho United
States.' Possibly those officials
and their mouthpioce will declaro
for the Republican party, ns a
matter of policy, in order to croato
a good irapresdou with President
McKinley, but every persou horo
knows the selfish motive and it is
uot unknown to Americans
NOW "WHERE ARE WE AT"
Member of American Union Party Wants
Would Like to See Things In Shape for the
Special Election -Time for Something
to be Done.
Murrlrcl In Church.
Waltoi Lincoln Howard and
Mnrgirot Hare Goddard were
married boforo a largo congrega
tion at Central Union church yes
terday evening. Rov. W. M. Kin
caid otliciutwd, assisted by Itev. G.
L. Ponrfon. jUisb Victoria Jor
dan whb bridesmaid, and P. M.
Poud best man. Dora aud Juliet
Atwator worn the little Honor
girls, who strowed bloseoraB in
the path of the rtiring couplo.
TIip ushers wpie F. O. Atuorton
G T. KI.ipuoI, 13. F. Boardraorn
and R. W. Sharp. Wedding
miisio was played on tho orpnu by
Professor Iugalls. Tho ch'urch
had been decorated under direc
tion of Mrs. 0. H. Herrick, Mrs.
R D. Mead nnd Mrs. W. It.
Riley. Mr, nud Mrs. Howard,
after tho ceremony, drove to thoir
now home on Boretania street.
The socond terra of tho Civil
Government GJhhs at the Y. M. C.
A. opens thi-t evening. To eunblo
uew in era hern to take up this
course Mi. E. A. Sherman tho
instructor bus olTerod to give tho
noiVs-arv oxtra time recinired to
any who may enter this evening. i,5.6m
Editoh Evening Bulletin:
An election for Senator having
beon called, is it not due to the
rank and file of tho American
Union Party that its Exocutlvo
Committee should announce its
program iu connection therewith.
There nro many of us who be
lieve thnt the party died a natural
death at tho motnoat the Ameri
can Union was consummated by
tho hoisting of tho flag last
Why not let tho Execntivo
Committee call n maps mooting of
tho party nt tho drill shed and de
cide on the question whether the
party hns uot by the march of
ovents ceased to exist, and whether
it is uot tirao to orgaui.o on now
Tho American Union party has
outlived its usefulness anyhow;
it is iu such bad odor with the
powers that be that it has not
sufficient iufluenco to got ono of
its m mbersn, job as poundkoepor,
nnd while no one has nnytlung to
say against its Executivo Com
mitteo or those who dominate its
proceedings, I may say dictato
thorn there aro mnuy of' us who
think it is high timo tboro was a
obnnge both in tho leadership nud
in the nnmo of the party.
I understand thnt tho order has
aono forth from tho Government
building that it is tho desire of
the Cabinet that no move should
be made towards disturbing the
prosent political status, and that
all tho office-bolilors will bo ex
pected to take thoir cue accord
ingly. This to mo would bo an
oxcellent nrgument for pursuing
Let us hear from tho Executivo
Committee of the American Union
Party or let them res'gn.
One or thu Pauty.
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for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
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marked prices. We are also making re
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