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SATURDAY.... SEI'TEMHER 14, 1901.
n. V. Dillingham's remarks upon the
policy of the Adertlser voice a popu
i'lar sentiment among all men who be
1' '"llee In decency and fair dealing.
If the constitutional decisions of th
J present day accomplished nothing'
';, more than poiltUu prnof of tho short '
;tKt.l m.lhAili riMnlnlno. 1i tha
' transition administration of Hawaii,
they are Indeed a aluablc aset for th
' , future welfare of the Territory.
Falling material to work upon, on'
account of the shortage of funds for
public work, the lmprmeinent Hum
organized In seernl sections of the
city some innnins ago can una ioou mr
thought and good work In taking up
the tamp.ilgn against the mosmilto.
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Prorations for Regatta Da Ind
caieianne0ajBs,.u..si..... ... ,lal thcle lmc bec ,,, lonflcU
be no l.ss Intirestlng or the crowds hcfea ,,., ,, thp ,,,, ,, fpw
less mthutlMtle tha.i on fom-ei! "ira-,,,,. lllIMll ofc,ow cp( ,mni,Krnnt
r slnr.s. .Kvitta Day 1 n. .w.Rl.a ,aljrorR Hl,t It Is n matter of gene. al
Institution of this Island whether 0tberjUmwlpJ tha, th ma
citizens ofthe group see fit to slight il. mnnH s,..-,..... ....... ..,., ,
nnu.iH'k HunrpftiM Pntirt hnx iIp-
elded on the same question so many ' J'"lhes when brought In contact with
different ways, that Judge Gear was thfm- ,,ut nre actually In n large meas
fully Justified In telling nu attorney.""' '""'mllated Into the mass of tho
hn tviii. rlllnc thi VMwiir.1.1 n.iai. Ihnt I PCOple.
the Suumme Court could not rintUo
mni.lprnttnn. lentil- tn nnlr rhnns
existing In Hawaii is that created by tln,lc'1 hl" ',CTn accustomed In their
the Judicial fogs emanating from the.na,lM' countries to a much lower rato
local Supreme Court. l wiigrs mu ouiainx in America, ann
i5a might be expected to be w tiling to tin-
The New York Herald bellews thero dcrbld Americans on all sides. But, as
ta a serious thrcut of war with a Kiiro- we have said, the result shows that
pean power unless the United States they are gradually absorbed by tho
acts promptly In settling the Venez-' unions and become what the American
uela-Colomblan difficult. The United terms 'good citizens.' Of course It will
States Is ncer on the lookout for a h argued by those who hac not ion
war but If nnj European power sies bldered the speelnl Japanese barriers
fit to throw down the guantlct it will
find Uncle Sam In splendid condition to
aeienu American contentions, u win
be adlsable for the European to thluk
"T""- """"T" j
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original protest against the (list transl -
.u i..,i,m ...gn Ul wie nuprnne
.uurt rin-nginens inn luuiiusion mat
mere is a last amount ot pontics in
the meager support the two law stu
dents of the prcont'feupremo Court ar
getting. This support-Is not ghen ns
a matter of prlmlple but merely be
cause thcro are official favors In fol
lowing the trail of the Governor-Attorney
Gent nil tompact.
The Bulletin agrees with Land Com
missioner Uod that every favor pos
sible under the law- should be granted
the capitalists having In view the de
velopment of water Irrigation In tho
Hamakua and Kobala districts. The
recent drouth and fire has taught a
lesson not easily forgotten. When out
hMa r.inttnl la r, .lift t.i tnkn tinlil nt
such a project certain of good returns
fnr nrnmnlers unit nftlrnns It la th
duty of the land department to open
the way for spetdj progress of tne
i i .i
The Hllo Tribune truthfully remarks
that the papers advocating Insurance,
on government buildings will search a
long ways before finding uny Amerl-
can precedent for such action. The
evening echo expounding this doctrine
Is also responsible for the assertion
that tne Income tax Is in force In sev
eral of tho States and that Senator
Clark of Montana is h Republican. The
echo's knowledge of things American Is
not sufficient to warrant Its statement
being taken seriously even If It Is the
head of tho Territorial educational de
partment The Chicago Inter Ocean Is responsi
ble for the statement that no more
Binall States will bo admitted to ths
Union. This expression Is brought
out by the contemplated request of
Oklahoma for admission. Senator
ralrhanka has a bill to (his effect al
ready prepared. The peculiar feaiuro
of this measure Is that it pi ov Ides
that Congrcut may In Its discretion,
hereafter attach tho Indian Territory
to Oklahoma. This Is practically no
expression of the theory put forward
by advocates ot California!) annexation
of Hawaii. The two thousand miles of
aea separating us from the Mainland,
however, removes Hawaii from the
danger of being tacked onto any State.
When Hawaii enters the Union it will
be upon a free and Independent basis.
Tho only campaign in the countiy
that Is nttraUIng country wldu attcn
t Ion 'l tho murshnllng of forces to de
feat Tammany and wrest the rule of
Greater Now York from tho hands of
Boss Crokor. Prom tho Demoi ratio
standpoint the Now York fight Is cer
tain to havu a powerful influence in
shaping tho Presidential campaign.
With Crokcr overthrown David II. Hill
wilt again assume much of his old
tlmo power in tho counsels nnd mani
pulations of tho party. Curiously
enough tho Incomes tax is ono of the
bugbears lu tho pathway ot Hill's us
cendancy, Tho Democratic party Ir
respective ot Its silver and gold fac
tionalism still leans toward tho Incumn
tax'aujl there Is a strongly favorable
sentiment unoug tho Republicans,
Tho Income tax Is accepted as a good
vote catcher. But Hill's record In the
United States Senate, Is Irrevocably op
posed to such a measure. Ho fought
tho Income tax fenture of tho Wilson
law with a vigor that knves no loop
holes. Hill, however, .has changed
front many times to uphold his slngla
claim fpr favors, "I am a Democrat."
JAPAN'S LAMiUrttiu A UAKKIi-K.
The Japan Gazette mhnnces n reason
for the v. Kit spread misunderstanding
and ruimetim nt antagonism of .In
paucse ntming the ninssps qf western
rlvllizntlon. It places the responsibili
ty upon Japan's holding to Ideograph
or hieroglyphic chnrniters In which the
Japanese literature and dally papers
nie panted. '
The (Jazett's discussion of the subject
Is ronWncIng nnd contains many sug
gestions of reform that might c!l be
adopted In places like Hawaii thougn
the poslblllty of carrlng them out In
Japan for setcral Keneratlons Is re
niote. It ndxocates what Is knonn as
the Itomnjl refoini, thai Is, the use of
tho Roninn letter or on.iracttr In Ja
The position Is well taken that the
prejudice against Japanese ns a nation
exists among the musses, rather than
those enabled by study or tr.ncl to
learn of Jnpamw rharatterlstlcs. Tho
tendency of the sensational press to
lender to already formed prejudlcis
rather than seek a statement of fuUs
S( glen ns a factor in keeping nlhc
tllO III U 111 ItLlllnSt .IntmU. "hut I'lrn n
greater e.mse for alienation between
Japanese nnd the western nationals Is
the bar of language."
"Take America alone. White the
mntlment of selfish Indlffetetiie of tho
American misses towurds the Japan'
se often Oct eloped Into Innilento
n iiulie and lolence In labor ri airy
may lip originally ns radical as that
f(t trmnul other nationals, the same
i attitude Is not found to last long, nt
Uast not In the same degree. In their
ri , tIl ,)lher pTOpIp ,t , trll0
slnns, Prineli, Italians, cte.. not only
do not luntllct with the Amcrtun pre
."T,lc '"""'Krant rcpresintatles of
o11 "'ese foreign nationalities men
to complete assimilation with other
countries that the nationals of Euro.
piau countries nre naturally more
akin, when they arrUe, to Americans
I than arc the Japanese. Hut If we go
'deeper. w find that while Uic fact of
this natural kinship Is true, the uiiimi
of lp tle ,g mtfrplj. 1C ,,0S11(,HS(,n 0, a
tommon knowledge of each othet's
"I lie icsult of amalgamation bus
been a work of time) spent In gaining
a mutual understanding, nnd one of
the chief means to that end mint be
facility in communicating Ideas.
"Japanese In America and tlse-
where are to an extent ostrmlsed nnd
often lll-trnuted because they aro not
understood. They nio nntuiiilly
ndapthe hut nie suffering In their f-
forls to adapt themselvts to other na
tions by being, ns It were, tongue-tied.
It Is a rare thing In Amerlin to find a
cultured person who can speak, ninth
It ss write, Japanese, and It may be
sufely said that among thu American
masses such an nuompllshnicnt Is
I "'ernlly unknown.
'"inflict which IIBI
And jet man) a
assumes almost tho
! character of an International dim. ulty
n,Rut 0,tn ha0 ,,te" cxp'nlneil away
by Intelligent discussion."
It Is Indeed true that lower i lass Im-
migrants from Europe constantly pour-
Ing into New York and New Oileans
do as much towards reducing tho wage
of American worklngmen an the Ja
pantsc. Poles. Italians, Russian Jews
and Krenth Canadians nil tend to re
duce the wages of labor and they arc
quite as capable ot living on a dollar
a week as the Japanese. The claim Is
made that the Europeans spend their
monej in the country. Although this
Ii true of the mnjoilty there are bun
dreds of Italians who remain In thi
States only long enough to get suffi
cient money together that they may
return to their old homes and live In
With a view to establishing a gieal
cr Interest In the Japanese language,
Japaneso In New York are publishing
a hl-llnguul weekly In which the Ro
man letter Is used exclusively. It Is
doubtful whether this single medium
can accomplish ninth, but If the plan
Is adopted In all poitlons of the renin
try where there Is nny uinsldcinblo
Japanese population, theio Is good
cause to believe It will lie a potent
fnctor in breaking down the barriers
that serve to (hiss the Jupaneso ns
an Oriental without giving thtm spe
tinl distinction for their generally pio
NEW ZbAftAND NOT AUSTRALIA.
Editor Evening Ilullctltft Kilidll
allow mo to tonttt an error Hint ap
pealed In jour piipei of today (13th
Inst). Tho little track Mjrtlo Ig not
an Austinllnn boat, nnd never taw
Australian wnteis, and
never will. Hh "a uu
Auckland, V '
may be shn
t by Logan of
I, who has
t tan simply
1 if Australia,
ii better tbun
put It all ov
ns the Ralnbo
cla, nnd otheth
fore today totli
many mistakes in..
cnuntileH about ti
" 1 i irel, Mer-
ii i I's'iattd be
I 1 r c
ii 1 1 of ii few
n ii.'i of the
i, ii two
apart, and oblige.
'" .1. It
Lnndgiavlne Dowt, v
se, the hlsUr of th i
rrledrlih Knrl of Pru' . '
Roman Catholic and '
communion In Kuldu. i
has mudo a sensation on
stiung Protestantism of
hcnrollern and I lease, f.
tho time of tho Reformatio
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GOVERNMENT AND FIRE
I Hllo Tribune.
As long ns tho Hamakua fire, romalr.
ed on Government forest lands tin
plantation managers of the district
hnvn been properly loth to scud men
to fight It. The reasons are two.
Tho Govcrnmtnt has not turned n
hniut to stop the fire that has been
ravaging its forests for two montlia
and u half. Oil tho ntln r hand, the
plantations in tho drouth sttlekin dis
tricts have been Impressing nil their
labor to tho task of saving tho dry
ratio, whlth was rapidly botomln?
worthless. They could not afford tu
sparn a man from the fields. That la
the reason the llnmal.un tiro has not
been stnmpi d out long before this. If
the (.en eminent would lend a hand
the plantations will nsslsL If the
worst cullies nml south winds drivo
tlic llri'H back on tho plantations, the
battle ro)al will fall upon them aftei
all. whether the Government dors the
right thing in the end or not.
MRS. DUBBS AND THE CLUBS.
Mrs. Aramlnta Dubbs,
President ot fifteen clubs,
Member of as many more,
Soeiato In half a score,
In her clubs from dawn till bed,
She was ever on tho go
".Mustn't miss my flub, you know."
Da break, Health and Breakfast clubs,
Honored Aramlnta Dubbs,
Morning Club, from nine to ten,
Browning Club then on again
Luncheon Club, nnd Sisterhood,
Euchre Club, and Better I'ood,
Ibsen Club, and, Atnnteurs,
Had for her their tlubby lures.
or "How to Trim n Hnt."
"Ijitest Seniches for tho Pole,"
"What Wo Know About the Soul,"
"Woman's Sphere" nnd "Help thu
"How to Trent n Silting Hen."
"Ibsen's Mstlc Inner Thought,"
"Whlthness of the Why and What,"
"Immorality of l'lajs,"
"Is tho Walking Skirt a Craze?"
"Wireless Messages to Mars,"
"Chats With famous Kemalo Stnrs"-
Mrs. Dubbs was never slow
Talktd nnd wrote and plaved nud
Took a course In cooking, too;
Soi row came, though, after while.
in n very suililen style.
Mr. Dubbs betnmo quite 111:
But, with martyr's Iron will,
Mrs. Aiamlnta Dubbs
Kept her ceaseless tound of tlubs.
1. . ono nfternoou whui sho
Was. as hh fitly as could be,
Sptaklng, with much graeo aud life.
On "Tho Duties of n Wife"
To tho Mulds and Matrons' Guild,
All ner eioquttico was stllltd
Dublin's soul had been unbailed.
Mis. Dubbs repressed a sigh,.
Paid: ""Twas mean of him to die,
Just us I'm about to reach
Pliiest pint of all my sppefh!"
Hut. of limine, she bad to quit,
And thut was the end of It;
For. when shu bad burled Dubbs,
Sad to tell, oil of tho elubs
Had another on her throne.
And she found In Inelf alcuie.
Should liei d tho rate, of Mrs. Dubbs.
THIi TROTTING KINGS.
Th k by tick the records tumble.
Stride by stride and clip by clip;
Nearer, nearer, they are tomlng
And the) 'II leaih two minutes jet.
Trotteis, )(s, ns well ns pacers
Will eventually succeed.
Although well 'tis known that paiers
Have the gieater liuist of spied.
Now ahead stands mighty CrOKcus,
Yet The Abbot will not yield
Until Oeeis, the silent pilot,
Tries again to sweep the field.
None an tell the final ending,
Strange things happen, don't ou
Theio are those who thing Bornlma,
With the Kings, jet stands n show,
1 must say with them I differ.
But my snjliig euts nirMee;
None nro sure but what Boralma
Yet may wlu the golden slice.
Prophets old, nud keen, nnd slirewd,
rind this truth they have to fate.
Nought Isjiure but death and taxes
The) nefer fall to w In the nice.
When Jim uic lu tumble, ever notice
hi).v timidly your friends ask: "Any-
tl.liig I can do for you?" Atchison
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J, M. VIVAS
POST OHPICE LAN P.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8trecU, Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
- k.TIN. HONOLULU, H. T. SATURDAY.
i NEW IMPORTATION 1
E BRADLEf and HUBBARD 3
I'oi- mile by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thess giioJs wr orJered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facture, and ate the latest In dtsltn and
Call early anJ make your selections.
In addition to 'he to coo feet of Garden
Hov Ulcly revived, the "Emllv F. Whit
ney" brought us io.coo ft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEET.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoteJ In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received via the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at tin- lowest llpurei.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Sjtreet. between l:irt unit Aluken.'
Here is something to no down the speedway
with. If you are proud of" your horse hitch
him to a waj-on that will not detract from
his value eitlitr In speed or appearance.
TRY THIS ONE.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COiMPAlNY, LIMITED.
I2rf MERCHANT ST. Next Door to Stnniienwald HuHtling.
in 1 1 Mi
S hZ -ST
'I In- MiulpoMi IiiIukk our iiiivv stink of
Tim piIich nri well. BEAL'8 1'llirn nio iilwiiyit ilxlit. II nii'n Intiv
ftttnl In Linoleum, Wall llniitilncs or Wliinou Hlmdc, mil nt
'Phone Main 258.
O A H I T CARR,AGB
Jrl IVJ MF'G CO., Ltd.
1171) ISlvcr Street. net. KLfutiintii nml P111111I1I.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended in.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Dluc 541. P. O. Box 078.
SEPT. II. 1901.
Hose ' 3
The rxiii'ilmciital Mhr'j
of tlilM Aim Iihh imHHi'd.
Our lino ot initriiuiiKo Ik
i-xti'iidiiiK to t tit ntlier
iHlaiiile, and u nro udd-
tilt,' llt'Vv lllll-H IIH I'Uht QB
Ibc HkM 0111 k din lie "
P. O. Box 834.
1M,,' vj. 4JHK
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu, rt. 1
oppoHltc the R. R. depot.
OX DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
li ftoadlly growing In favor anion;;
l-oili who appreciate good tlilng,
and la rapidly liocomliiij tho favorite
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Pole Ant, for, tho Territory of Hawaii.
Offlti- nnd 'orl,f, CM Fort nnd Al-
III II HtlCI ts.
; Telephone No. 71 Main.
Hilda Water, etc., delivered freo to
nil parta of the i Ity. Island ordera no
All Orders Promptly rilled.
HENRY ST. GOAIt.
Member Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and cale.ot Hawaiian 8ugai
Eastern and rorclgn Stocks and
403 California St.,
, Snn Frtinclweo. Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Bell Real Estate lu
all parts ot the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE. 10 West Kino Strp'1
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal aide of Beretanla street
between Pilkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND EOKD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
814 FORT ST.,
Hug thn rtpRf Apanrftnmt nl
PACIFIC ISLAND C0KI03
In tfio City.
ritli'Sll HOME-MADU l'OI ON TUES
DAYS ANP VIIIDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 85 CI1NT8.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STAKOENWAtll Bit) , HONOlUll
V HOFFMANN. , J. F. RIIEV
Hoffman & Rlfey
I'. O box 160
Geo. W. Pago. Tel. 228
P. W. Beardslee. P. 0. Box 778
BBARD8LEB A PAQE
Architect and llulldcrn.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II,
Skotcbos end Correct Estimates fur
n Ishod on Short Notice. 1441
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen A RobltiHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BBRTBLMAN'S
IS - MOVHD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
Kins street. Orders left nt either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention
Lewis & Co.
Ow'nc to the coiuolldatlm
of t e btst Biscuit Co's In
America, we ort offer to the
ruWIc the follow Ing choice
makei of biscuits :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Mnnntier
Now Open for HuHtncKH.
FlneHt ot Accommoilatlon.
FlneHt of Bnthlnjt. 1 : t
lie Sure to Oct Off ut 1 t
lilt Wnlnlun Station
RATES $2.B0 pep Uuy j
Speelnl Rotes by Week op
Month. 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1
For further Information aJdresj 1
II A L. H I W A
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P. r v
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
HIM! 111' TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
! '- ' : : 518 FORT STREET
Ktnlilo 'I'liiinii. mil .Main.
HniK Stainl. 'I'liniiuH Kill nml' "S.
-J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays Ifor Freljiht
Our roprcsentntUe meets nil Ir.com
Inc Btcamera from the Coast, nnd we
check bc;sagB on all oUboIob steam,
White tai Elack Sand For Sal?
OIUlo wltU Uvenln? Bulletin, 210
King itttut, Tel. 86.
W. LnHSEN, Wf't.
The Kvenlng Bulletin, 75 conta ner
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