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POJfOIiTILTI. B. J., MAY 27. 1899. r ..
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SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899.
It is smrt the Escciitivo Council
la wailing lo hear from tlio public
before dt ciding whether lo eend
the hniiil to OiPfiha. litis iiny
obji'clinu hi'i'ii ruisi'd, if so, from
FHOM TIIK SOUTH i:ilV STANDPOINT.
Tho Atlanta (Gn.) Constitution
which is n cognized ih rrprpflniit
Id, t'ip hih dim Bu'itncnt of
the South, d-nU with the rrcpnt
lynching of Sum Holt in a rammer
,lhn,t mny well But ILe uutii'n of tin
The Constitution publisher in
its edit trial c iliimnn n, 1-ttiir from
Ilev. Joshua A. Brocket, a col
ored prt'iichnr wlio, to jiulgn from
hin letter represent this ititelli
gent and thoughtful ueuro ele
ment. TIip Rev. Erockett wishes
the "renders of the dominant race
t" know how vast in tho regret
find how unutterable is the Forrow
which fills the ruiinls of the
thoughtful and Bobur-minded poo
plo of our race, that such a
crime (as that of llolt)
should be committed." lie ques
tions whether the negroes hs a race
are reopouBiblp, and stales ho has
called for a miss meeting of col
ored roaidout's at which the hour
of wnrrhip will bo devoted to
"preaching tho' gospel of lore and
peace, of sobriety in speech,
quii'tuom in depot tmeut and
purity of life."
The editoiiiil comments on this
letter nre forctfuland to tho poiut.
Tho notable arguments are giveu
in this languid:
"The vaet majorily of tlie color
ed poipl i) docile and tractablo;
disinclined to lawlresuess and
happiest in ponee and quiet. This
majority would no more commit.
heinous crime than would its cor
repouding while class. But riejit
thpto tli pimilarity emls. The
white majorily not only draws the
lino aguiuht white lawbreakers, but
enters actively into the Geld of
prosecution ami seen that they are
cither imprisoned or run out. To
this point Professor lirnckett must
admit that tho npgro majority has
not raised iUclf, and that it gives
shelter and connivance for the es
copo of a colored criminal. Road
ovornyaiQ tho drclaratiou of Gov
ernor Candler that colored men
never call upon him for thu expe
dition of ltw against incendiarism
and ravisliHis. and that it is ouI
whoti a ravisher or an iuceudiary
has been sacrificed to thu fury
which his crime lias built up that
they are heard from in the in
terest of tho criminal I
"To mako tho point plainer
etill: Mad and iufuriated as were
tho raeu who visited justice upou
Sam HoH, they would havo form
cd a guard of honor foi a colored
posse which might have hud tho
epirit and grit to havo arretted tho
ciimiuiil, and to have tr.-uteil with
him on their way to tho sheritT.
With such an exhibition of negro
ilpp?tntion of tho crimo, and uegro
purpose to assist in th proj.cn
lion of orimiiials, Holt would pro
bably havo bpon spared for trial
by jury, aud w m'd perhaps have
diud by letzal proumia. Ilouce, it
is that Governor Can Her declare
tint they lost the opportunity of
their liven when they failed to do
'Profossor Broukett's htitiuent
that tho color od peoplo will mot
in his church next Sui.day, to ex
preB their views will '.v.uruut th'K
euggestion: Meet, by all raimiin.
and denouueo thu crimo which is
tho besetting sin of the coloied
race. Do not weaken the c uuplet
denunciation of this crime by giv
ing comfort to wr tcli,js who have
fallen under popular veugeanee.
3otioniice the crime of nmMiiltine
wnin'tn, white or blaok.and l n
wptik-n it by takiiit; i-M'iiiO fncn
fid acts of bid white men. Join
in, boldly, without hcsilatioii or
icuiirliieuttou, villi the oidcnv
uhite I'lt'iueut nmiiiiu whom you
ive. Do this, and it will inaugu
rate a now oi a in which the crime
hat leads to lynching will disap
pear. "Hut, fail to do this, stand
siiplinely by whilo tbe whites are
horrotiz'd by an unspeakable
crime; givo shelter and Bilonco to
the criminal, aud tho race will, of
course, ho held responsible for the
misdeed-i of thoso of its criminal
class whom it protects aud defends
at the sacrifice of justice."
This exj rjsseH Southorn senli
mut in a nutshell. In no place
on earth is the good uamo of
womankind held in higher rever
ence than in the Southern Stairs;
fie, highest aud most honorable
duty of Southern gentlemen is to
prot'et tho womon of thoir homes.
Any man, whito or black, who, by
word or action, desparnges or
slurs a womanly character pays the
pciiilty of his crime with his life
if tho relatives or friends of the
woman can get at him. The
Southern court of juetico acquits
the man who tiik.B a lifo in de
fence of tho purity of his home
and the defenco of wife or family.
This is as it should bo. It is
right aud will coutinuo lo be right
until the slanderous curs of
humanity nre all dead or educated.
The highest instinct God has put
iu tho heart of man is the lovo of
homo and love of woman. The
man who is not ready to give his
life for tho protection of his home
and demaud proper reBpect for
womau is not worthy tho name of
man. Tho liw court does not
exist that can render propor penal
ty to tho pestiferous cur who
would defame, seduce or ravish
This Southern sentimont
is called rndicnl chivalry
by many. Let it go by that name
if you will, it is the sentimout of
true manhood; the misfortune is
that there is not mora of it in
other pnrls of the United States.
Tho more thoughtful people of
the Sou'li arc not unkindly dis
posed toward tho negro race, hut
they do demand and demand by
right of laws of justice and human
ity that tho negro as well as tbe
whito man shall bo ready aud
prompt to act for tho protection
of the womon of tho homo.
Toniuht An entire change of
program takes place with tho ex
ception of the farce '"A SIU.UOO
Boauty," which by requpst will
remain on the program. The
managpment have re-en t'nged the
popular petit Violet Dale who will
appear iu tho doll dance, a part
for which naturo and her special
artistic ability emiui.ntly qualiues
her. Post and Howard havo de
cided to air their ideas on politi
cal economy aud local matters
generally in tho guise of two sou
ntnrs. Glorino will introduce
some new pictures in her famous
luminous dHno and Prof. Mack
will mako his flret appouranca in
magic and li-duerdeinain, ullo
gelher this evening's program
uives good promiso of a first class
m n m
Tim Gurulii Mln.lrrl.
(lave a ercat hhow at tho Opra
llouse aud to an audience ct eater
in number than ovtr jiroviou-ly
ollicially counted. Tho reputa-
lion enioyeu uy mo company in
their line, whs tho canso of their
having such phenomenal sui-cos.
Aud co it goes, reputation is tho
attraction aud the criterion thst
mauy thiugs, as well as people,
are judged by. Now a neglected
laun, gios a householder a bad
reputation in his neighborhood,
but thi) introduction of a Cali
fornia Clipper Lnwu Mower which
may bo obtained from tho Pacific
Cycle & M fg. Co,, on Fort htrmt,
iu tho Elder's block will, with
proper usage, hinoolh tho surface
of the lawn as well as smooth the
ruffled foldings of the turrounding
iiPigiioornoKi and wii-n tlio lawn
emerges from its neglected' state
to one of cultivation aud care thn
owner will leel harmv aud
havo a pardonable pride in
himself and hu home aud a hotter
opinion of his neighbors.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
suit small advertisers get a square
THB DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
NAMU QP STOCK.
C. Brewer & Company.
American S Co., JJ up J
fcua iM.in at Ion Co ...
Ilamm IMjntattun Co
1 LXCIIAMln '
rtawatiin i.um k mi lo
Hawaiian Sugar Co ....
Honomu Sugar Co
Hunokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Supar Co
Kaliuku I'lantailon Co
Knmalo Sugar co . a
Klhel I1 Cn,LtJ..r4 up
Kli.ahulu Sugar Co. .
Koloa Sugar Co
Kftna Sugar Co.. as..
Knna Sugar Co ,pJ up
Maunalcl Sugar Co.at
Maunalei Su Co pi up
rVnhlbn Siirjr Cn . .
Nnliiku Su Co.. pJ up
Oahu Sugar Company
Onomea Sugar Co
Onkali Sugar Plan Co
Utaa Su. Cn.,LtJ.. a
Olaa SuCtt.LtJ.pJ up
Olowalu Company ....
Paautiau Su. Plan, Co .
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Planiailnn Co....
Pfpkeo Sugar Co ....
WataUia gr. Co . a )
WalaluaAgr.Co, pi up
Walanae C' mpany . . .
Wailuku Sugar Co . . . .
Walmanaln Sugar Co . .
WalmtM Mill Co ....
Wilier tMintlitP Co
Inter-Klani Sham N Co
IMwa tan I ecu c Co
Mutual Telerhnne Co
Makaln LJ pJ up
Oaliu Rv 8c Lmd Co. .
Ha t&Co.. Lti.. . .
HtuatlanGov 6 percent
Hawaiian Gov. 5 per cent.
uanu ty cc. Lanj o
Hawatiaan Exthtnp not tlnttJ at tlm nt nnlnrr
Stock Transactions for
Week Ending May 27.
AS SHOWN BY LISTS OP HONOLULU ANll HA
NAME OF STOCK.
est. SolJ CJt-
Am. SuprCo. paid up
Hawaiian Agricul. Co.
K imnlo. n$ses.ihle.. '
2 (j 10
Maunalei SuearCo., As
Oa 111 Suirar Co
Ookala Su. I'lant'n Cn
Walalua Agr.i-o, Assa.
Walalua Agr.Co.p'd up
Oahu Ry. & Land Co
Haw Gov 6 p c bonds,
O. K. & L.
Tho nativo sailors who had
trouble with tho captain and of
hears of tho W. G. Hall decided
to go back to work.
HOSE! - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I,
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
me mm u Ltd..
Fort 8troet. ,
a China Boy?
a Good Time?
Hats and Gaps !
There's nothing lacking to make the
We have just received a fine line of
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S SUITS,
better than custom made, which we are
selling from Jr6 to 525.
OUR BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from f 3 to
$5, will surprise you.
OUR GOLF AND NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS are chejper than ever offered be
fore In this city.
A fine new line of MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATS AND CAPS, which we are selling
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-1 1, Hotel St.
The Drums of the Fore and Aft Kipling.
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson Ian Maclaren.
Far Above Rubles Geo. Macdonald.
David Hnrum (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Thos. Nelson Page.
McTeague Frank Norrls.
The Span 0' Life.
Without Docma Slenklewlcz.
'I he Deluge Slenklewlcz.
Mine Uwn People Kipling.
Jack Curon Gunter.
Phroso Anthony Hope.
Macdalcne's Fortunes Helmbure.
Vicomte De Puyjoli Jules Clarette.
Joan the Curate Florence Warden.
Peter the Priest Jokal.
The Procession of Life Vachell.
The Real Lady Hllda-Croker.
The Sisters of Torwood May Agnes
Rolls of Normandy Sylvanus Cobb, Jr.
Richard Bruce Sheldon.
And many others, both In doth and
paper bindings, at the
316 FORT STREET.
You can see this announcement
in our Ewa window.
This is a splendid sale for this
week, and every housekeeper should
take advantage of it.
When you are buying your glasses
look at our fine line of decorated
cottage sets for six persons 56
pieces for $7.90.
Best quality plated tea spoons
$2.85 per dozen.
Fine nickel reading lamps $2 each.
Then inspect our bargain tables,
where you will find many useful
articles at prices that will astonish
W. W. Dimond & Co,
Von HoH Block, KIng.Htreet
BSTAcents. Gurnev Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
Chang Chan and Lung Chan, former
ly members of the firm of Wing Wo Lung
& Co., have this day withdrawn from
WING WO LUNG & CO.
T. AHUNG, Manager.
Honolulu, H. I., May 26, 1S99, I23i3t
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many being the starting point.
The craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Scenic Postal
Cards may now be had, in
fifty different subjects, at 2?
cents per dozen.
110 Hotel street.
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK!
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. Do not fail to
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belting Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Keichefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARG, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWbRS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
TONY LADY'S RIG,
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alukea and Queen Streets
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. WBIGHT, Prop'r.
V FOItT STREET, ABOVE nOTEL.
t. Tarm at lUrrukua 3 6,oc
i. A 40-roAm Lodging llouse, la-yur 1m, j.ooa
S. its acres coffee land, Kona ),oo.
co. Lot ',i acre near town i.jo
I. Houseandlnt Punahou i.oe
14. Lart: Lot mij uoi Paying Uuslntss.... I7.u
if. Larse Lot, Palama, nearly i acre i.otx
16, Lol soxiio.ullh duelling nnuse.Quarry St l.y
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lnnc, - Honolulu.
If you want business property,
If you want a home cheap,
If you want a lodglnc house,
If you want property that will enhance In
value, It will pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, oppo. Pacific Hardware Co.
211! KIiik btroct, next to tho Arlington.
Surreys, Phaetons, 1
and Carriage Materials.
in South Kona
suitable for Coffee Cultivation.
M. K, KEOHOKALOLE,
Heal Estate Atjcnt,
15 Kaahumanlt St.
Tho Promises known ns
tho " TIY0L1" situated on
tho bcaoh at "Waikiki. Pur
nislioil or Uiifunushod.
For particulars, apply to
No. 310 Fort St.