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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1000.
- Evening Bulletin
Published Every Day except Sunday,
,, at 210 King Btrcot, Honolulu,
T of II., by tho
UM.KTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE II. PAIlKINaTON ..Editor
DANIEL I.OOAN City Kdltor
Entered at tlio Poat Olllce at Houu
tulu ns second class matter
Per month, anywhere In U. S. . .$ .73
Per year S.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable luvarlably la advance.
Post Olllce llox 718
SATURDAY. ...DECEMBER 15, 190U.
Had the people of Honolulu put one
lull the time and money Into adcrtl3
lns Hawaii that has been expended I)
tho transportation Hues, both stem .-
ship mid railroad, yji' tourist problem
would present none of Its present dim
CON rilAST OP IIJHALS.
Tho comment on th lluvvalian ele. -lions
made by 111. Kltchuurg iMass 1
gcntlucl Hhould hnve a partlitilar In
terest In this Tirrltor. The Sontliul
bespeaks the Republican antl-cxpan-sloii
genllment that hns its first souue
In tho New England States. The paper
Is controlled by a "hard shelled 11 i
tlst" people strict!) "missionary" 111
their antvcedeitts and present belleit.
The elder Thurston came from Klte'i
bury and tho Bingham came from the
bury and others of our early pioneers
vvcref rom the same section of the
In this comment on locnl conditions
and the general tendency of the Amer
ican people. Is brought In rontrnst :hn
development of Ideals among tho di,
. scendantg of pioneers anil the stay at
hornet. The gospel of civilization
preached In the churches of this new
Territory would be rank heresy If ex
pounded from the pulpit of the Klrst
Baptist church of I'ltchburg. and we -if
Hawaii scorn the comments of tr-e
mouthpiece of that church and the peo
ple It represents ns narrow mtmHI
short sighted, bigoted. un-American
and possibly lacking In full apprecli
tlon of Illbllcal teaching, to carry" the
Gospel to all people.
When the descendants of the"."
Massachusetts families, the sons and
daughters of the pioneers side by side
with descendants of t' jse who remain
ed on their native heath, stand before
the great white throne to whom will b
accorded tho messago "Well done tho 1
good and faithful servant?"
TIIIJ laiioi: SUPPLY.
The Planters Labor nnd Supply Com
pany seems to be of the opinion that
tho labor problem now confronting
these Islands Is of no Interest to tho
people of the Territory outtdde planti -tlon
agents ana managers.
The llulletln takes decided groun I
to tho contrary as does every thoughtul
citizen, more especially thoso whose
property und sugar holdings thmi.th
small are larger in proportion than th
men who count their hundreds of thou
sands. Every man of family, cvc-
household from Hawaii to Nllhau
every taxpayer and voter hns n particu
lar Interest In this fmcstlou which no
amount of argument ran belittle. Tin
situation today Is a critical ono both In
Its relation to business interests an 1
the chaidcter of our future citizenship
There are mighty fovv citizens vvh'j
have not a portion of their savings
Invested In sugar secmltles and .ir
more or less dependent on the divi
dends returned. Tho bin den of fiul-
. tire to securo a labor supply will fall
far moro on tho small holder than the
capitalist. No problem of Immediate
moment has a more Important hearing
on the general piospcrlty of the people.
Tho character of the labor to bo Im
ported Is of far greater Import to the
general welfare of tho Territory thin
any financial considerations. Tho labor
for the plantations mnst be drawn
from American sources. This means
that every man brought to tho Islands
for plantation work Is already or may
become, through naturalization, an
American citizen. Every laborer will
be part and parcel of our body polltl.
exercising tho right of franchise, hav
ing nil tho rights and privileges of the
plantation manager or agent. The day
has passed when labor enn b Im
ported that by reason of nationality Is
ostracised from tho political and sod il
system of tho country
Considering tho fact that B000 labor
ers will bo n mere drop In tho buck t
of present demand, nnd 10,000 or evvn
. 15,000 nro required to plnco tho plan-
tatlons beyond tho possibility of po
rtions of tho sugnr crop being loit, tho
serloiiB duty that faces the planters and
Ijjthe pioplc Is at once nppuient.
,1', Conditions present nud prospective
demand strenuous effort. Tho addition
of moo voters or possibly 10 000 melius
that It Is within the power of the plan
ters to rnlso tho standards of iltlzen-
shlp or degrade It. Human ina tilucry
"Kiilono may be nil that Ih wanted, but
remember that each ono oftheso ma
chine will bo n voter whether wanted
or not. It stands to reason tliwi that
the rewrultlng of families or Individuals
should not bu plated In the hands of
mm or iiiIIuma corporations wluso
1Uinly Intoreot In tho matter Is to gnth-r
mip a certain iiuinner oi mum uiunn,
,diuni them In Hawaii and got their
tinimey for It If tho work Ik left in
It Jill men or corporations. It means tho
Importation of somo of tho worst
characters that the nation piodncs
Thfl-'ltallans, who stopped In Sin
I'ranclsco. ns tho first sample Is far
from icassurlng. The Porto Hlrans on
the way seem to promlso little better.
The negroes Hint are promised ate by
no means cuarantced -material, tliour.h i
nil .citizens hopo for the best.
Tho residents of these Islands In the
outside districts and In the tow'ns have
good reason, they hac the right to nsk
of the planters. What are you dolnt, '
What are your ways and means for ob
Kitchburg (Mass ) Sentinel
The power of the whites In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii seems In danger of
obscuration by that of the native Ha
wallnns. Not only has the native par
ty elected to Congress Robert V Wll
cox, n half-blood Hawaiian who Ins
been prominently Identified In the pjtu
for a long tlmo with the Interests of th
natives and their native monarchy, but
later returns show that tho native lln
wallaiiH nlu control both brnni he if
the Legislature. This supremacv w.is
obtained over both the Republican an 1
Democratic parties At once tnIK Is
heard on the part of white people Hint
the natives are not fit for government
This election proves what the Sentinel
expressed at the time of tin annex i
tlon that the unlives did not re.iil
deslie the annihilation of tlielt ln.li
pemlence and their submission to il"
I'nlted States The vote whereby lliey
were made to seem desirous of .it
nexatlon was evidently manipulate J
by whites who had something to gam
by the operation, and now we are ga
ting down to the real opinions of the
The situation which opens before '
Is not at nil reassuring. This Is because
of the growing white contempt for thi
weaker races, the growing InfltlollV
to the principles of equality whlih 3 e
at the basis of our political Institutions
the Increasing rontempt for prin p' -of
Christianity wlibh Is brutally show 1
liv clergymen and edmated and bus
ness men who make a profusion of In
name of Christ and bv the outbreaks
of race prejudbe which have dlsgrai
the South for years and whltli now be
long with equal shame to the N'or i
since the lynthlngs of Ohio and Coin
ratio. If the white people of Hawaii
do not like the natives to be In the ma
jority, then the recent developments
In the South, In Ohio and Colorado go
to show that there will be manifested
against the native Hawallans the same
race brutality which has been shown
lo the negroes In the Southern StntM
Very likely there will be forcible sup
pression of the native vote. While
supremacy will bo thus established ail
white rule will be complete. The white
race Is not disposed to mnke much dis
tinction between negro and ll'iwallaii.
wnen It tomes to tlio question in Ills
own Biipiemncy. "Niggers andjirown
men may live." nald a well ilreiwl
Ilostonlau, speaking of the recert
march of the while race, and such bru
tal and heathenish sentiments are br
ing put In practice In a way which
would have made the patriots of th
Civil War turn In their graves to hea-.
lleynnd question tho white people of
the I'nlted States, and evidently of En
gland also, nro suffering under n re
lapse Into barbarism nnd tho question
Is how long It will bn before the for
ward inarch of progress will bo re
sumed. It Is not wealth or rnnimerel.il
growth which marks true civilization
and all such standards must be dis
carded. STARTLING FIGURES
IMPOHTS OF CHAWPAGNE
Into the United Slate' from hnuarv t.'t
tn Sept 1st. 1000.
G. H. MUMM fc CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 70,07-t caw.
Vloet & Chandon 24.7M "
I'ommery iV Greno 18,393 "
Hledslcl; & Co , Dry Mono
pole 6.914 "
Louis Uorderer 5.463 "
All other brands n wi ''
TOTAL l70,OSo "
Compllvi Ifom th. Official Custom Houm RccorJs
MACFARLANB & C0.7lTD.. Sola lnK
i Sugar Co., Ltd
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
At my salesroom, corner of Merchant
and Akalea streets, Honolulu. I will ell at
Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer,
Mr. Emmelt May, the follow lim certifi
cates of stock In the Maunalel Sugar Co.,
Ltd . unless the Sixth Asement, due
Se-tcmber 5'h, iqoo, dellno,uent November
Sth, moo, with Interest thereon and adver.
Using rrenses Is paid on or before the
J iv and hour of sale.
Namt ol SlickhilJw Nu ol Slutvi
Lee sim Yan 40
II I) IhildeU $
Vm Henry 15
I Gleasun 5
Win Norton 5
II Morgan 10
I'red Waldvocel v
WH Pah 166
Jimes WalJvojtl . v
J A Mjgoin ihrt
Wl bilimldt 10
P J Kruger M
C WrdJeman to
l.uin ChucK fong s
V. IJ. PlHlier,
AUCTIUM hit. ITOtVtd
For the Holidays
0 ? 1 9 S C9 O
ililFRENCli CHINA .1 cm Rates.
FINE CUT GLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
ssss-"iu Great Variety.
and METAL URIC A BRAC t . Bnrfi..in.
Bethel Street, Houselnld Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the UD MASTERS at the
FORT ST. ART
Celebrated Studebaker Goods
Arts 'Without Peer.
J1.JI 1U E J -OTL
Dump Carts. Delivery Wagons, Lumber Wagons
A ruLL LINE OF
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
AT COST PRICES.
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it & Hit
Due to arrive Bx.
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,008) Red Brick.
TIIEO. I!. DAVIES & CO., Lid,
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Cl.iriphos, Arsen
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Ualat.i Heeling, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machius, ami Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles ami Leathers Rugs, Bras Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting Safes, Linoleum, Rille. and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
General Hardware and Plantat'on Supplies.
it H- it it it it it it it it it it it '"
You will be
much worry in
Presents by Iitivinj. us
show you our MolIdy
Stock of PIANOS.
Sold On Easy
Ib BERQSTROM MUSIC CO.. Ltd.
Capacity 1,000 to 12,000 lbs.
Between Fort nnd Alakr 1 Street
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it H-
ALL I213AOY I'OK YOUR
3 . . t . ). h h h . .
Everything in Music.
JUST ARRIVED PER "ZEALANDIA."
Just The Thing!
Swell New Hats
The Very Latest
Direct from New Yorlc
Art Goods !
Art Linen, Sofa Pillows
Hen-tHlitcIiecJ Stamped Linen
Wash Embroidery Silks
A. Complete Lino
oUtl (i DONE
Miss M. E. Killean
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per bkme. PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
3 grades, brewed by the famous
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Qirrts and Pints, to suit all
tastes and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
POR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole AftcntH fop the llnvviillan iHlnndK.
ALWAYS SUITABLE FOR
it it .' it it it it
Music Rolls," Etc.
) . ).
....For Christmas Presents.
AT SHORT K
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe ard Brilliant Method of Dentins
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
Judd Building, Fort street.
Incorporated under the Laws of th.
Territory of Hawaii.
Pnltl Cnpltnl $00O,000
Hcnervc 1 50,000
Undivided Proflta 108,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
F. C. Atherton .... Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, P. W.
Macfarlane, C. D. Tenney, J. A. Ms
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
promptly nnd carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell nnd Purchase For-'
clgn exchange, Issuo Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
passbooks, copies of which may be had
Uuca SrmoKELS. v .1 ,n
iw Meckel uo
HONOLULl U. 1
Snn rrancco Agenti Tim Nevada
National Hanc ok San 1'ranowoo.
8an FnANnspo Tho Novada Natlom
llank of San Francisco
London Tho Cnlon Bank of London
Nkw YonK American Exchange N
OnioAoo Merchants National Bank
Paius Credit Lyonnals.
Ukrun Drosdnor llank.
IIonkono and YonoiiAMA Honk.ng
Shanghai IlankiiiK Corporation.
Nkw Kkaland and AvrrrnALiA Hair
of Now Zealand.
VlOTOntA and VANeouvicn BinV
ItrltUh North Auiorlcn.
Transact a Qeneral Biiiiii and Eicrnii je Bt i
Depolatc Kecolved, Lotni made cc
B roved Bccnrlty. Commercltl aud Tuvtltn
redlts Isined. Bills of Exchange bongM
ComcTiom PaoiciTLT Aocochtbd rot
BISHOP 3c Co
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler a
Letters of Credit issued, uvaii
able in all the principal citit s
0 ' the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed dopoBitB 7
day notice '2 per cent., (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains nudif
tnibed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J por cont., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building ano
ASSETS, DEC. II, 18M, JUI,7T.n.
Mono loaned on approved tecurltn
ASaTingsDank for monthly depoilU
Houses built on the monthly lmUU
Twentieth Serl of Stock II nr
OFFICERS T. F. LanBlng, Pre.
dent; S. 13. Rose, Vice President; C. 5.
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTOR8 T. P. Lansing, a B.
Hobo, A. V. dear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J. T. McLean, J. D. Holt, C. K
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce room.
Offlco Holrl 12--(V vrt n n.
BtsKQP : ee.
...;. SavinKi Depoalta will I
rocelyed and Interest allowed by thli
Bank at (our and one-half par cent,
Printed copies of the Unlet and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application,
Offloe at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
TIjb Yokohama Specie Banli
Subtcrlb4 Capital ...,,......,,,,,, Yen 14,000,000
I'alJ Up Lapiul Yen 18,000,000
Kescrvtl I unJ ,Ytn8, 1)0,000
Ileal Office, Yokohama,
The llank bus nnd receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
ami letters ot Credit, and transacts
u general banking business.
INTEREST ALLOW t li
On -Iii4 Dcvoilt tot it nobtfcf, 4 pi iit p, B
On Fix! Uepcilt lor 6 dcoUji. s "
Oo Fli& Utpottt (or i uoi, i
Uranchuf th VoUohami Specie Bank,
KCW REPODIIC BOIllUJ, i,l 11! ! iKlDlli
RGAL USTATG TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers nro luriiUhcd with from
tlvo to bU lists per week, giving an ao
curuto reconl uf deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of nttornoy,
etc., etc., which urn placed on record.
8U1I8UMPT.ON 1'llIOU, 2,00 l'KH
A. V. (1BAR,
futH Uulldlni, Honolula.