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THE EVENING,, BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATI'RDAY, NOVEMBER to.' 1900.
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Published Kvory Day except Sundiiy,
rat 210 King -Street,' Honolulu,
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BULLETIN PUlJLlSHINO COMPANY.
WALLACE It. KAHUINUTON ..Editor
'"DANIKL.LOCIAN City Editor
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Post Onico Pox 718
SATHHDAY. . NOVKMHKlt 10, 1900.
(Icntlcmeu ot good Intentions who
nre nthocatlng cuunlcriictliiR Wilcox's
Inllucuro by Fcnrtlng men to WashhiQ
ton as rcinracntutUvs of the Chamber
of Ciimuiftco or auy (ither organization
are talklng'the ini-irfetjsbliite lumsensi-.
If otnrlal returns cunllrm present re
ports, Hubert Wilcox will o to Wash
ington as the representative of the elec
torate of these Islands, lie alone Is au
thorized to speak for this electorate
Ho sot tho otea. Any man who go"S
fio:u llouoliitu representing business
Interests Is nothing more or less than
n lobbyist uud will bo so regarded In
Witihlngton. lie will be listened to as
nny lobbyist or Ameilcan Is listened
to with consideration. If Wilcox
takes u policy markedly antagonist!!;
to tliu Interests of tho Territory ho can
be counteracted more successfully
through tho national party organlM
tlons by tho national committeeman.
Until Wilcox docs take up a disastrous
policy tho Chamber of Commerce or
nnv other business Interests will -be
playing the better part of valor uy
keeping out of tho polltlcnl phase of
Congressional problems and saving
their money by not emplojlng expen-
sl e repi esentatU es.
tilt Republican action which the citi
zen unacquamted with American poli
tics could not fathom. Orators could
not convince them.
The antl-hnolo cry was a factor In the
campaign but It wns not a ruling fat
tor. Had It been Cecil Drown, Clar
ence Crnbbe, Alex. Ilobcrtson, (leorgo
Carter, J. I). Paris or oven John'Km
tncluth could not have been elccte I.
The monarchy as against annexation
cut no figure w'hatover as Bbown byttbp
Thl Bulletin believes that the na
tural tendency pi the Wilcox or Inde
pendent voters Is towards tho liberal
Ideals and sound principles of the Ho
publican party. Tho election has
shown that these voters will not accept,
without protest, a governmental per
sonnel which Is to them much the sama
as the reinstatement of the monarchy
by Cleveland would have been to the
annexationists had Cleveland been
The Last CARLOAD OF
ItiiSI'ONtMSILiTY lOlt DlirtiAT.
The first return Governor Dole nialu-s
to President McKlnley slme his jp
iiolntment as the head of Hawaii's
Teirllorl.il Government Is a complc.e
political defeat. The Huwallan Tor
toil' over whose administration tne
(Unci nor has more complete, contiul
than possessed by any Governor in
the Union, serves up Its messago to tilt
President upon the platter of fallur.
This is the icwnrd, this Is the response
which must bo made to the ChW
ExtcutUe ot the nation and to .he
Republican pally by the gentleman
plated at the head of alT.ilrs.throu.tn
the personal fuvor of tho Piesldcnt and
in upilo of the opposition of tho party.
In face of the returns It must appear to
.Mr. Dolo that his appointment was a
political mistake und served to extend
r.ulier than end ilio bitter antagonisms
created by the revolutions by wlil.'h
the Hi public of Hawaii was created and
It Is with no feelings of personal in
moslty towar dthe geutlemen concern
ed nor deslic to Impeach their personal
lutegilty that tho llullvtln, In review
ing the causes for tho defeat of Samuel
Paiker and tho Republican party in
Hawaii, places the appointment of lit.
Dole as tho chief Influence In accom
plishing the result. In this view tin
llulletln voices the opinion of nine
tenths of the Republican party In the
Islands. The lesult Is a complete vin
dication of thoso who opposed Mr.
Dole's appointment, though each and
eteiy one of those composing that op
position put their shoulders to the jiu
lltlci'l a heel earnestly and honestly to
sccuro tho election ot Republican can
didates who would support the mlinlii
Isttatlon. Their loyalty to principle
and to party led them to put themselves
In line to do all rms-illih tc icfuto their
i'ail:r himself, Wlleou and otlicit,
v.i.o told the President of the danger to
the Reiiiilillrau party In event ol nam
ing Mr, Dolo as Governor, cast aside
whatever personal feeling might h.ixo
been cieated by ieft.iMl to Ustiu to
their opinions, and did their utmust to
secure Republican ascendancy In legis
lative councils. Tho Republican forcvi
were united In their effoit, earnest in
their work. Pocnwr opponents of
Mr. Dole shouldered the load giving Mr.
Dolo an honest support which It Is to
lie hoped Is appreciated.
The outcome, of tho election docs not
demontsrate that the Hawaiian people
nre opposed to new American con
ditions. It does not demonstrate thai
tho Hawalluns opposo a Republican
form of government. It does not dem
onstrate that tho Hawalluns ure op.
1 osed to tho foundation principles of
the Republican party. It does provo
beyond tho possibility of successful
refutation that Hawaiian-Americans
resent tho policy of placing the admin.
titration of the Territory In tho hands
of the leader .of tho revolutionary
forces. President McKlnley placed tho
leader of a revolutionary movement In
control. Tho natlvo Hawallans flocked
to the leader of a counter revolution.
The portrayal of Mr. Wilcox's shift
ing attitude on annexation was abso
lutely useless to tho Republicans an
convincing campaign material. Tho fart
that tho Republican party hud given
tho people of tho Territory munliojj
suffrage was a telling argument. Hut
Wilcox knocked It In tho bend by tho
query, "Why, If tho party honestly
supports manhood suffrago did tho
President appoint an opponent of that
measure ns Governor?" This stalled
every Republican orator, even to Mr.
Carter who was and Is a personal ndvo
cato of tho Governor, Tho point was
ovaded. There was a lack of consist-
FRIENDS OF LITTLE ONES
Mrs. C. M. Hide presided nt tho nn-
nual meeting of the free Kindergarten
and Children's Aid Association. The
constitution wns amended to enable
kindergartens on tho other Islands to
affiliate with the association. Miss E.
Carter was appointed chairman of the
The Fort street school was given
somo needed attention.
A suggestion was favored for a union
of primary teachers, klndcrgartncis
nnd mothers for social conferenris
with ten on the side.
Miss l-awrcnee proposed that parents
should have their children vaccinated
nt home, and where this was not ef
fected that Dr. Hoffmann should bo en
gaged to do the Bcrvlco nt Bchool. Tho
charge would be 23 cents and when 1
not paid by tho parents should be
borne by the association. Dr. Hon-'
mann was nominated becauso the ehll-'
drcn loved him so. like Mary's lltUoj
lamb. They wcro nfrald of "beard"'!
pards," but Dr. HolTmnnn Is elegantly
whiskered. In nttcstttton of this prei
crence Miss Lawrence related somo
Another proposal of Miss lawren",
who Is general superintendent, wis
that the ladles should contrlbuto all
sorts of household wnste such as
empty spools, twine, cotton, boxes,
etc. to the schools. Tho little on-5
are taught to make articles of use and
ornament out of such clutter.
Mrs. W. F. Frear read a paper on
the Castle Home.
Y. At. C. A. WORK.
The International week of prayer for
young men will be observed, by the Y.
M. C. A., beginning with Sunday. At
that time, Mr. Cory will give n report
of his trip to Manila on the transport
Logan and tho work done nmong the
lleglunlng with Monday, a praer
meeting will bo held every day at 3
o'clock, these to last forty minutes.
The following Is tho program for the
week which Is now out In n neat fold
er: General topic: "One thing Is need
ful." Monday "Ono thing Is needful."
Luke. 10:42. Leader, Rov. S. P. Perry.
Tuesday "Ono thing thou luckes:."
Luke, 18:22. Leader, W. C. Wcodon.
Wednesday "One think 1 know."
John 9:23. Leader F. C. Atherton.
Wednesday '(One thing 1 know."
.1:13. Lender, J. M. Moore.
Friday "One thing havo I deslred'df
tho Lord." Ps. 27M. Leader. W. T.
On Saturday evening nt 7:30 o'clock
tlieio will bo an evangelical meeting In
tho nssocnntlon hall. There will bo
good musfc nnd speakers.
On Sunday, November 18, at 4 p. m
Rev. J. Elmer Russell will speak on
the "Manhood of Jesus."
Tho workcis representing the Y. M.
C. A. and Y. V. C. A. will piesent the
IntM national work of each association
at the prayer meetings Inthe various
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Pommtry & Greno 12.2&1 "
Hledslck & Co , Try Mono-
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All other brands 27 on "
TOTAL 115,184 "
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whih give loo candle-power for each .
burner at a cost of 1 -5 of a cent per hour,
you save 4-5 of a cent per hour over a
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