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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., 'THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1900.
Published Every Day except Sundny,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by tho
BULU3TIN rUHUSUINa COMPANY.
WALLACE K FA1UUNOTON ..Editor
DANEL LOOAN City Editor
Entnrcit at the Post Olllce at Ilonu
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere- In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 19,00
Payable lmnrlably in advance. '
Post Omco Ilox 71S
THUHSIUY....NOVEMUEU IB, 1900.
Tho correspondence between the He
publican ExecutUe Committee, and A.
V. Omr Is a complete refutation of the!
aspersions of political Uniting made bv
Protesting the election beforo locul
autlioiltlcs, when no power to review
the election exists In u waste of time.
The United States Congress Is the '
Judge of Its own membership.
Now tho Advertiser, seeks to repre-j
sent that Hnttuoll would not have goue
to Washington h.ul ho Ik en asked to Jo
so b the planters This Is brilliant
nonsense. Was Mr. llnrtwcll given
the opportunity to refuse the appoint
ment? "One day last spring President Mc
Klnley sent for an eminent Hawaiian
citizen" to ask him about the Oovcr
norshlp, sas the Advertiser. Who
could this "eminent citizen" have been?
Neither Hnrtwell nor Smith because
they "did nothing to Inlluenco ap
pointments." What remarkably progresslvo Ameri
can citizens those, must be who clmra -terlzu
the organization of municipali
ties In Hawaii as n moth-eaten clr.-us.
A good majority of voters Is what ls,l"c'
behind the ccrtnlnty of a muiilolii.il
charter for Honolulu being passed by
tho next Legislature.
Apropos of tho labored Advertiser
discussion on knifing the part) Is It not
true that Mr. Thurston threatened to
bolt tho Republican ticket and advo
cate In his paper a citizens' ticket of hi
own make up? Is It not tine that he
was dissuaded from this course b the
tnlklng-to given him by Cooke, Oilman
It Is well within tho province of Hi'
Chamber'pf Commerce to take up tho
refusal of a steamship company to car
ry newspaper tiles and special nows
IcttcrB for tho local newspapers. That
tho uewspapeis shall not be unnccej
sarllj dela)ed In receiving foreign pa
pers Is of quite, as much Importance
to the business houses of the city as
the newspapei managers. Tho people
of Honolulu depend on their local pa
pers for news.
To uphold tho statement made by cx
spcclal agent Hartwcll, the Advertiser
credits the appointment of Ml, Dole lo
the character of tho opposition offerod
In Hawaii. This leaves the pcoplo to
decide between the personal veracity ot
William McKlnlc) and the record of the
-.vertlser for stating the truth. Wil
liam MtKlulc) appointed Sanford U
Dolo Coventor of Hawaii because he n
President did not havo the heart to
turn down a former President of n for
mer Independent Republic ufter receiv
ing nn Intimation thai tho former
Piesldeut desired tho olllco of Gover
nor. The city of Minneapolis Is making a
successful effort toward tlty Improve
ment I-15 oiganlzlug the clillilien of the
schools In lmpiovemeiit Leagues, The
bojs mid girls agieo to do all hi then-
power to keep their own premises and
the slieets lii their neighborhood clem
mid older!) Their activity has 'il n
been directed toward tho cultivation of
tlowers nml vegetables. Seeds wiro dis
tributed to 11.UU0 ot tho ehlldien last
ear, and those who showed special In
terest in gaidenlng received free trans
portation from tho street railway com
pany to the agricultural college, whero
elementary Instiuctlun was given them
concerning tho preparation of the soil,
proper planting, succession of crops,
and the best methods of conquering
weeds. This is a phase In tho develop
ment of worthy citizens that our own
educators might tako up with marked
profit to tho scholars mid the city.
With tho children onco Interested, pa
rents will not remain indifferent, ind
tho solid foundation secured for futu-o
progiess cannot bo overestimated.
Tho campaign of misrepresentation
Inaugurated and blatantly maintained
by tho Advertlsor, by and 'with tlw
consent of Its proprietor, L. A .Thurs
ton, leads that organ to glvo utterance
to statements which placo the organ
and of necessity Its proprietor In tt.o
position of "one who Intentionally lit
ters that which Is falso" a liar.
This Is by no means a new political
rolo for tho morning organ since It
passed Into tho hands of Its present
In Its vuln attempt to evado tho un
derlying causo of Republican party de
feat at the recent election, tho Adver
tiser has been pleased to take up a line
of attack upon members of tho party
against whom It harbors a persons!
spite. It now Includes tho editor of thin
raper, who freely admits that In hli
short experience with the affairs of
these Islands has jet to illseoor that
Mr. Thurston Is to bo properly placed
In that political class made up of "men
of consclenco and responsibility."
To what cxtrcmo and illslionoat
measures tho Achertlser Is forced to re
sort In order to creato material for Us
campaign of mtsrcpresntatlon Is at
onco apparent to any falrmlnded man.
It goes to James It. Qulim, first a
Democrat ami later a candidate of the
liiilptipndpnl narlv. to securo a 8tat2
IWrU of 'fthat a Hepubilcan said. This
Interpretation given li n Democrat an 1
Independent the Advertiser publishes
tindci quotation marks ns tho exact
words of tho editor of the Ilultetln
If MVi (Julnti saw lit lo Interpret the
term "Thurston's hold-up gang" as
"nilMlonntlts," that U his prl liege.
Then Is not the first element of truth
In th casxertlon that the editor of this
paper said tho "missionaries" or nnv
one else would bo "fired." Tho aWdlty
with which tho Adevertlscr ac
cepts such an Interpretation as a
morsel of n indention leads to the easy
conclusion Hint even ()uln himself 3
not (orrectly quoted.
The lliillctln nml tho people of theo
Islands never have, never will, never
an class tho political methods for
which Mi. Thurston has stood sponsor
ns representing tho falrmlnded, honest
attitude whlih men like Ilaldu In, J. P.
Cooke, or Henry Wnterliouse havo tuk-
en In dealing with public affair
Among the stnunchest friends Hnwall
can tall upon In tho I'nlted States
Senate Mr. Thinstoii's career In Wnsn-
Ington Is spoken of ns Jesuitical Th's
Is never said of Mr. Hatch or of the late
11. A. P. Carter, both "men of con
science nml responsibility," both highly
successful in accomplishing results
that were, true to American principle
and secured a high degree of respect
for Hawaii and Its people
The Advertiser may continue Its poli
cy of alternately attacking with cow-
nrdly bull) rag anil then running to
the cover of men whom It does not
represent, the latchct of whose shoes
It Is not worthy to unloose, lly this
means It merely demonstrates the utl,r
unreliability of the unscrupulous poli
ticians behind It who furnish the ma-
ST. ANDREWS FANCY TEA
Tlie fancy Tea to be given by the
Woman's Guild of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral, to
bo held on Saturday the 17th Inst., from
2 30 to fit 30 p. m. In the school room
on the cathedral grounds, Emma street
Is presided over by the following com
mittees: Taney Tea Table Mrs. C. II. Cooper.
l'nticy (loods Mrs. Mclanphy and
Lemonado Stand Mrs. Lawrence.
Candy Table Mrs. It. A. Jordan.
Children's Table Mrs. Lees.
Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. r. W.
Cllnilo nml Mrs, E. W. Jordan.
Donations that have been preparnd
may bo handed In to any of tho above
mentioned ladles or sent to Mrs. Rob
ertson, Emma Square.
dmisslou fiee. All nre cordially In
vited. THANKSGIVING SERVICES.
The united congregations of St. An
drew's Cathedral will have Thanksgiv
ing services In the Cathedral at 10 30
o'clock on tho morning of Thanksgiv
ing Day. An elaborate program of mu
sic has been prepared by Wray Ta)lor,
the organist of the church. The Ama
teur Orchestra, choir and organ will
tnko part In the Tc Deum, tho Jubilate
and Harvest Anthem, while the Sccou 1
Congregation choir will sing several
solos. The organ nnd orchestra to
gether will give tho opening nnd clos
ing voluntaries and will Join with the
choir nnd congregation In tho limna.
The Hev. Hnmllton Leo will preach tho
Thanksgiving sermon. Tho collection
taken up will bo for the benefit of tho
Hospital for Incurables.
D!v oi-ce Proceedings.
J. Newa Knnaulu or tho Adveitlxer
Jo hju luting olllco has brought suit foi
dlvmco against Lucy K. Knnaulu.
Plaintiff accuses his wife of adulteiy
with ono Anderson during tho UvA
)ear, Kanaulu Is a steady going Ha
waiian who has been cmplojeil as an
expert printer for ninny joais past,-
Wray Taylor Is nuthorlty for the
statement that anyone who chooses
may be present at tho rehearsals ot the
Amateur Orchestra every Tueslny
evening. Ho states that thero Is au
Impression abroad that tho public U
excluded from these rehearsals hut
that such Is not tho case. The general
public Is welcomo at any tlmo.
Mamma (at tho breakfast tablo)
You alwa)s ought to use jour napkin,
Georgle I nm usln' It, mamma; I've
got tho dog tied to the leg of tho table
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into thi United from January iT
to Jiilv 1st. WOO.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MOcast.
Woet & Chandou 18,413 "
Pommery & Greno 12,283 "
Hledskk &: Co , Ury Mono-
pole 6,000 "
l.nuls Hoedcrer 4,41s "
All other brands - 27912 "
TOTAL 35,l84 "
Compiled from the Oticlil Cufctom Houu Rccor it
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Several New Styles which have just been introduced in t e
Uni ed States.
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SSConsult WANTS in
1 c-ty 1
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Office Phone, joo
Power Sutlon Phon, 384
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Piano and Reading Lamps, T ,
Shades, Globes and S
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Corner Hotel nnd Fort Strcetn. Importing TobncconlntH.
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