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KVENINO nUf.LV.TIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., SATUItDAY, AUGUST 3, 1901.
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i orsr s. moi
Japanese reM lents aio puttlnK Dr.
Cofir In training for the t!onnor
ship. either Acting Oncrnor Cooper Is
being nsldiic.uIy mlHcututcd tis to his
Wen 8 on the xpeelnl session or those
who purport to quote him correctly
are doing tome tall prevaricating,
No sooner arc the proprietors ot 1111
ill stills rounded up In the Police Couit
than n ilul) authorized legal distillery
Is bioached The coincidence Is no ro-
lleitloii on the busiiiCBH scheme, but
KiiKKests that there Is no reason why
u business proposition should not be
succissful If the Illicit Joints find It
Delegate Wilcox states an unpleas
ant truth In depleting the dllllcult of
getting Italian labor through tlu
gauntlet of San Prautlsco When San
I'ranclsco treats Hawaii's Interests
with such scant courtcs. It Is nbout
time for business men to consider the
feasibility of patronizing another port
for labor transportation at least. San
I'ranclsco Is merely cutting ofT Its nose
to spite the face, since shortage In the
labor supply here means u reduction In
the olumu of total trade done with
The Jury list for the August teini of
the Ciicult Court Is one th it no ono
uin complain of, except It be the lead
ing business men, who under the ad
ministration of the High Slit rift wile
heliloni If cur called to do Jur dut
It Is to be hoped these leading citizens
will set a gooil example and not at
tempt to evade Jury duty b nriotis
and sundry eveuscs. If tlu
will accept the task In .the
proper spirit, their action will serve
to lnllucnce others and the dialer of
the citizen will not be tu irked li) u
general scramble to shirk.
Honolulu has not extensive! vvlnid
und dined the visiting teachers, but
lias extended all the coirtcsles outside
the convivial features of entertain
ment. What has been done seems to
have been thoroughly appreciated by
the visitors and they leave with niutu
ully pleasant memories ot their stay.
The have robbed no idneapple orch
ards, furnished the polite with nu
amusement, thereby establishing a
good name for I'ncle Sam's new army
of occupation not nlnajs upheld h) the
llrst one that passed through. If the
United States has any more transport
loads of schoolmasters and school
inarms It Is to be hoped they will bv
tent out by way of Hawaii
HITCHCOCK'S BUREAU OH
The nulletln has ever maintained
that Acting Governor Cooper's appeal
to McKlnley was a huge Joke, a farce
comedy worthy of kindergarten pl.t)
at American government. Hut it has
remained to the evening echo of tho
kindergarten government in an Inspir
ed article to uild the finishing touch
that completes the amusement of tho
On a second reading of Secretary
Hitchcock's letter It appears the Act
ing Governor rinds his question "has
nut been answered at all.' This In
spired outburst of the echo teems with
rich flavor of childish simplicity su
perior to anything sprung on the pub
lic by back country legislators or tho
Immortal freak resolutions of Hoos.
Thero are, hovvovcr, bright particular
Keius of expansion bringing out tho
sentiments of Hawaii's Chief Execu
tive that should bo picserved In tho
rcnlvcs of tho Historical Society.
In the geucial discussion of the con
tents of Secretary Hitchcock closely
typewritten threo puse letter stutlng
that further legislation Is requited to
make the Republic of Hawaii bond Is
sue available for the Teirltory of Ha
waii, there appear these expiesslvo to
"Is really no reply uf all to the quen
"This was not news to anyone In
"And the loial government knows no
more now than it did before Hitch
cock wrote his letter."
"It Is not the first experience of tho
kind local olllclals have bad in cor
respondence with Washington THEY
"Secretary' Hitchcock stated In his
letter that ho had not thought It
WORTH WHILE to submit tho ques
tion to tho President."
"This appears to LOCAL OlTl
CIAI.S as a MASTERLY EFPORT at
Isn't this awful. Neither the resolu
tions of the Legislature nor Japanese)
citizens In muss meeting assembled
bnvorodueed such un array of serious
charges nyiliiBt any public official as Is
now registered against Secretary
Hitchcock b) the Chief Executive of
Hawaii. A Joint resolution signed by
the two governors of Hawaii and pos
sibly thlrtj -seven members of tho liar
Association Is now In order calling for
the removal of Secretary Hitchcock.
How can Hawaii expect to do business
when such a uccV'tnry remains In
Each time these remarks of local
olllclals uro reviewed the clouds gath
ering about tho hotizon of Secretary
Hitchcock's olIlct.il head glow moio
ominous. He has wiitten a letter on
u subject of such importance that the
Acting Governor held up the whole
LrgMature and patiently waited for
the "next steamer." And Hitchcock
after many das has responded with
"no rcplj at all." something that "was
not news to nnvonc," "and tbc local
government knows no more now than
It did before Hitchcock vviote his let
ter." Perish the thought. The foun
tains of knowledge have run dry and
that too when A. T. Atkinson Is Su
perintendent of Public Instruction and
editor of the Inspired evening echo
Hut this Is but the beginning of the
righteous ofllctal winth. Witness that
"It Is not the first experience of the
kind local oiruiuls liave had In rw
respondence with Washington they
say." Worse and more of It. Corres
pondence from Washington Is not ac
companied by a map. This the local
olllclals ikn.aud shull not continue.
Having passed a resolution culling for
Hitchcock's removal It should now be
In order to return his letter with no
news In It ntid demand tint It be put
n "such shape" as lo meet the nppio
val of local officials, pcrtlcularly the
Governors of the Territory.
The horror of the situation Is finally
depicted when It Is stated that Secre
tary Hitchcock did not thnk It "worth
while to submit the question to the
President." Who Is this man Hitch
cock that holds up the correspondence
of Hawaii's Acting (lovernor and
doesn't even submit It to tho President.
Has the Acting Governor no rights un
der the constitution to Impress upon
Secretarj Hitchcock the importance of
flintm nritimaltlntlH lliflt flip I'ri atllpllt
tun) drop everthlng else and attctil
to our wants.
rinnll) conies the verdict of the JiuleV
and Jury "this appears lo loeal olll
i lals ns n masterly effort at misunder
standing" Not ordinary but masterly,
'llils man Hitchcock Is no ordinary
criminal. He Is a bad man alt around
Second thought suggests that icmoval
It, too good for hlin. The "local offi
cials" sitting as Judge and jurj should
have him sentenced 'o Impilsonmcnt
during an Interminable "transition pe
riod" fro'm which thero Is no appeal.
Palling to accomplish the ends ot
Justice In thus dialing with Secretary
Hitchcock, the llullctln would suggest
that the critical and Irete "loial offi
cials" petition Washington lo accom
pany coirespondcnce with a brick tint
th' pui port and Intent of Washington
correspondence may be hainnieied Into
the head of Hawaii s Chief executive.
'I lie pi ill; meaning of Seen. Mr) Hitch
lock's letter was nothulg If not a
polite lemlndcr that the Chief Exccu
tlve of Hawaii must do business with
the Legislature, that the Piesldeut Ins
enough to lake up his time without
furnishing explicit direction! for the
j;ovci anient ot Hawaii when Cougr ss
has given the 'ferritin j an Organic
Act, tint Hawaii must shift foi Itself
and cease bothering the l'cderal de
railments wth Its childish tumbles.
Had Hitchcock spoken lis mind wc
doubt not that he would have as'vMl
the Acting Governor It Hawaii had a
police force and If so direct that the
Acting Governor summon one of Its
members and detail his troubles.
Kvcn thin It Is highly piobablc an
Inspired article would appear In one
of the official organs to the effect that
Secretarj Hitchcock hud not answered
tho question at all.
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