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BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER to, 1900.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.. LtdiSun Yat Sen and
His Checkered Career
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Sun Ynt Sen Is a nnme that mny be-
como Immortnl In Chinese history, Bays
the New York Herald. He in a patriot
who nliiiB at nothing short of a revolu
tion. Ho would overthrow the Tartar
dynasty which has so long overridden
and overborne three hundred millions
ot Chinese. He would abolish age-long
abuses. He would Institute reforms
that might place China on n level with
tho cUlllzed nations of tho world. It
ho succeeds, the China of tho future
will call him blessed. If he folia lio
will dlo the death of a traitor. Whut
says the old poet?
Treason doth never prosper. What's tha
Kor when It prospers none dare call it
To Americans Sun Yat Sen Is esiic
daily Interesting, because he llwd
among Americans of the 1'aclflc coast
for flo J cars, and because he has en
listed tho purso and the arm of many
Americans In his Ben Ice.
Sun Yat Sen Is a native of Cantor.
Ho studied medicine In that city under
an English phslclan, and later pra
tlccd his profession In Honolulu. While
there his attention was drawn to the
doctrines of tho "Young China" party,
whoso aim was to merthrow the MjiI
clm il nasty and glc n constitution to
China. He became an enthusiastic
conert to theso doctrlnis. Iteturnlng
to China, he soon rose to be a leader
among the revolutionaries. His head
quarters were at Hongkong. Hither lu
drew n number of Chinese from the
province of Canton with the object of
organizing a conspiracy The entire
province was to be overrun. Canton
freed. It was to be used as a base ot
operation to clear the whole of Chin 1
from Its conquerors and raise a ne- I
Leather Goods ! 1
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FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
Without a pcdlgice Will ox ntnrts n
new dynasty. Who I tho curtain rings
up for his reign, how it, there will
appear a kingdom with tut dominion,
If the dickey bird In the damaful.i
tree had kept silent during the elec
tion campaign, It might bo able to s'ng
Instead of croak now.
If It's not tho emoluments and tho
the ruling Tartars and the "literati"
who governed China, seeing that their
offices would soon be nt an end, plan
ned the great coup whereby tho Em
press Dowager dethroned the Empcrcr,
assumed supreme control and banished
all reformers. Straightway the reform
movement, which before had been un
organized, was solidified Into one
great body, with headquarters nt Sin
gapore and branches at San Krnnclsto
an dothcr Important cities with large
Chinese populations. Millions ot dol
lars In money were freel subscribed
for the cause. The purchase of arms
and stiplles of war was arranged for.
SUN YAT SEN! 1"! ! ! !!!
Now that the allied forces hne driv
en the Tartars from Peking, the ro
formers hae placed their men In the
field. Over twenty thousand of them
nre under arms at the city of Wei
Chaou, near Canton In such a posl
tiou as to practically control the situa
tion there. The Viceroy can depend
with ccrtalnt) only on the few Mancliu
and Tartar guards whom he has with
him. The bulk of his provincial forces
nre Cantonese, who halo him as much
as tho reformers do, and who will In
nil probability Hock to the standards
of Sun Yat Sen
In the valley of the Yang-tsc-Klaiig,
at and near Ta-Tung. the refnrmeis
hae nearly thirty thousand men. Thev
are preparing to march northward to
meet with others, who will resiue the
Emperor, and, placing him at their
head, return cither to Peking of Nin
King, there to found n goternment.
There nre among the reform fones
many Americans, one of whom, Homer
I.ea, left San Francisco some months
Jigo for tho purpose of recruiting nnd
drilling soldiers. I.ea was n student
n Qn(r....l IT1. nlt.. .! nnl.1 !...
and free country on th crulns of the "":'.". ." '"'"'.''
old despotism. " ,eu lttcTe ,nnl nc 0""1 I'"'""?
Ucforo he could strike n blow tll,i""r''ii
i -11 . i... ,i. vi ,"cso rewminiuinnrr Mircfs, anil
iiuw-nun uiniutum uj uiv vjil'iu . .
W. 0. Achl President A Manage)
M. K. Nakulna.... Vlos Prenldenl
J. Makalnai .Treasuror
Enoch Johnson Beciotary
Geo. L, Desha ...Auditor
BOARD OF DIKECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above .Company will buy, Inane,
nr sell lanJj In all part of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In tho City
f Honolulu for rent. 189-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
tar We will Bay rfjifia Estate h
It puts of tha group.
OT We will Ball Fropertiee on Beatm
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Sun Yut Sen nnd some thirty or foity
of the conspirators were arrested while
traveling through the provlnco sec.xt
ly enlisting patriots. Fifteen wern
summarily put to death. In somo man-
nor nnvpr vol knnu n Kim fupimoil .mil
rf, ...... ... ...... , -.. ...... .., oi...v.i i .!. i...
made his way to San Francisco. This "" " , '" '""" '"""" "''" """""
w,i nlmtit tri tttnrt ffi r'nntnn nml thnt
ho took his life in his hands.
he had hundreds of Americans, mni.y
of them soldiers, oftlcers, university
students and professors, who were will
ing to follow him to China. He sailed
for Singapore liberally supplied wltn
money for expenses. A few weeks tgj
Minis Brokers vai 4ohbf
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLL...- 1st Vice-President
W. M. ALE.ANDLH...2nd Vice-President
J. P. COOKL Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltoi
Sugar Factors and
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
was five j ears ago.
In San Francisco he mado tho ac
quaintance of a brilliant young Chi-
npnp fill. piHtnr nml nnMlntipr nt n Phi
neso paper. Sun converted him to hia nt Can.ton- . T.ho C',lnp Empire lit
wny of thinking. The paper at once
lifwnmn n nnnpr In Hnrnmllnc- nnrii.
,.,. i .,.. ,i ,i,i ., the leading restaurants In Chinatown
ments In favor of the emancipation cf
I The opening of hostilities probably
followed Immediately upon his arrival
form Association, In San Francisco),
gave a big dinner a week ago In one of
Sun Yat Sen went on to th., to celebrate the commencenKnt of their
struggle ior inuepenueme ine man
aging director of tho association. In an
Interview with a reporter, stated that
other cities In the United States.
Everywhere he stirred the Chinese to
nlfl Inn nnitHfi Amruiff tila fiinvnrlfl
. uuuve mi iniiiKB llie Huiuiurn ui wiu
were many Chinese graduates of Ya
and Harvard.- At last he went to En
jeland. It Is supposed his purpose '.n
reform movement In China would re
spect the lives of foreigners; that their
Picking,, but the honor and tho burn-) . ho Bnglih . 0(lin war was only against the Tartar lu
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Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
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Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams Undertaking Parlors.
v W. THRUM
Ing desire to rervo the country whit h
mainly excites ambition for offlcn,
how does It come that the Governor's
door Is not besieged with applicants
for the vacant chair In the Uoari'vof
Charles Dudley Warner the author,
who died recently, long ago helped
with his graceful pen to make Hawaii
personally known to tho world. Ho was
also a kindly biographer of tho lat(
The Hoar dot Health Is about the
only haolo nggiegatlon that has oneig-
ed from the smoko of battle with
ointhelesB escutcheon. It ought to do
niand an Indemnity from the Democra
tic party for wantonly declaring wur
It's hard to pay wagers of hats on tht
election becauso the winners' hoads
have grown so large since the fateful
It isn't that so many voters changed
their colors on election day, but their
private Intentions proved superior to
their open professions when they en
tered the polling booths.
The Laurler Government of Canada
went to tho polls on Wednesday upon
tho Issues of prosperity and cleanly,
economical administration that chang
ed treasury deficits Into millions ot
surplus, Taking the Canadian elec
tion with that of tho United States the
previous1 day, the continent ot North
America within forty-eight hours pre
sented such a spectacle as tho world
had necr before seen that of sixteen
million freemen making cholco'bf their
In his Bcheme, In order that they might
thus combat tho Influence which the
IluBslnns exercised' In China tbroush
tho closeness of their relations with
tho Tartar rulers. There had been a
prlco up his head ever since the dis
covery of tho plot against the Viceroy
of Canton. Ono day while passing tho
Chinese Embassy In London ho was
accosted by two Chinamen. They lur
ed him Into tho legation building, with
which ho was unfumlllar. There at.
elderly Englishman, who, he aft'r-
vnders who had held the throne for two
nnd a half centuries, anil their nnlv
nets at the present time would be to
rrotore the progressive and liberal
Emperor Huang Su to tho throne
from which ho had been deposed by the
Ignorant and vicious Dowager Emprcsi.
Mjnv men have dlrl of common dlttawi iLch u
. ..I I.. !. t II. A. !.!..-. l..a. ...
ia soon na ho tllsappeuieU they through tut inj; itoeJ ihrir viuiii u t mh.
tiiuscxpotinj: (ntm&eitv m rt-come nt rny victim
cl ihcMj diMJbts wfien a few NiA of our re eJktt
I ken in Hm woutl have rrevc -tf4 thot Jctlllttlni;
lobtes nJ DrerrrJ tin fror-cr vlUllty It icilt tin
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The use ot the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machine.
It Is fonvlnclng proof that the Slnjer
excels in all klndj ot family Bowing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines are of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and nro mounted
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Tho ever popular Ilalnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is moro
often heard than anything else. Tha
wards learned, was Sir Halladay Ma'-1 Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
urtney, tho long-time English secretary In bottles
to the Chinese legation, placed hU
hand upon him nnd said 'You nro now A p A 1 J p 1 f
Ho nded that Sun would be detained , t t ,. """, , , t
., t . . - . , tlMimithititM Creator hijjatntj Itial iht vital
and sent secretly to China. Sun had uminain u ii m tm Hoc.i uarif i hem.i rr-
nlrrmlv mniln nnnv Mends who .luil clou ubince In hrbiJyolman.an4anirunniiural
aireauy mono many minus, wuo ,mu M,lh,rMiii.wyiMjio4iniiniuimiiiu
Inllucnco with tho uritisn Foreign
suspected tho cause, and set a waicli
upon tho people ot tho Chinese Minis
ter and the peoplo ot tho legation. Tho
promises meanwhile were larcfully
guarded bo that no ono could be remov
ed surreptitiously. Under Internation
al usages the British Oovtrnment wns
powerless to search the Embassu).
Not until It was discovered that tho
Chinese Minister was chartering a ship
for China were the friends ot Sun posi
tive as to his whereabouts.
As he had become a British subject
during his residence at Hongkong) his
rcleaso was readily effected, Sir Hal
laday himself shaking bands with the
reformer .when they parted.
For the next two years ho Bjient the
greater part of his time In tho larger
cities of the United States and Canada,
In the Pacific Islands, In Singapore,
Macao and Japan wherever, In short,
Chinese were to be found In any num
ber. In the meantime Kwang-Yu-Wcl,
the great reformer, bad reached tho
ear ot the Emperor, who, though a Tar
tar himself, saw that tho contlnuanco
of hU dynasty depended on his yield
Ing to tho demands of the more pro
gressive Chinese and putting China on
n tooting ot equality with other na
tlons by det eloping schools, freo pa
pers, (ommerco and mechanical in
stitutions. Kwang Su Immediately began to put
theso Ideas In operation The Chinese
people were delighted. 'I ho refouners
had gained thilr first victory. Thin
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