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BULLETIN. HONOLULU,' H.'T..'Tt!K8DAV; OCT6DER'S,:190t. ' -'.', 'iW X 3 ' ' ' r '' r . VV-frjiN
THE HAWAII HER1LB.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
KUBLISHED IN HlL'O.
La Insular of America
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use Its c
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
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IF IT COMES FROM SACHS', IT'S CORRECT."
Are something new, real dainty! ami
altogether to pretty that you'll want
a few yardi at toon at you've sect
them. We have them In BLUE, PINK,
CRIMSON, CARDINAL and PON
GEE. at Sachs'
We have Just received a new shipment
of these good. plain, stripes and
plaids. The designs are particularly
rich and pleating.
Thoughts Roused for
"OUR HAWAIIAN BROTHERS"
By John Emmeluth
AT - SACHS'
Very soft and beautiful material. In
new stripes and plaid patterns of the
Emily B. Uonton writing on "Our
Hawaiian Ilrothcrs" (or the Toledo
(Ohio) lllado rays:
The great evolutionary law by which
humanity In being pushed forward to
higher conditions has always two op
since they now concern, not n fnr-nway
people, whose weal nmt woo arc no
wore to us thnn any other pnrt of for-,
elgn lmmnn.lty, but those who nie an
Integral portion of our own nation, for
whose welfare the nation In 'directly
pctlntf forces In Its operation the one rcsoonslhle. Wo have no more right
tending to what can be summed up In to be indlffetcnt to them, to their up
that much abused word Brotherhood; lifting materially, mentally and splrl
the other trading to the preservation tunlly. thnn to that of the citizens of
and the glorification of what mny be New York or of any other state. x
termed selfish Instincts which up to n I Though the United States stnnds to-
certain point are a necessary factor In day In the shadow of n great grief, '
progress. When that point' Is reached (nought by the tcrrlblo Judas action of1
by any people, the, conflict between the one nf Its own Ignorant children, still
two Intensifies, and to obtnln th vlo-jlt Is looked upon us being 11 country
tory, selfishness often puts on the garb where freedom nnd enllghtment In
of righteousness. their highest sense make their home.
1 rnuld not help thinking of thU It was because this Is true that Hawaii
truth when a few days ago, I had tho sought annexation, which, being nc-
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I That's the Stuff 1 1 I
MILWAUKEE BEER I
1 1 The BEHK of the day. I
Bottled at the Brewery.
1 1 Fred Milter Brewing Co. Milwaukee. I
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrchunt unci Nuunnu Hts.,
iiIboHOTIJL ST., oppoHlto Botha
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Olant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : : .
A LAROB SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tibs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
pleasure of conversing with the Hon.
John Emmeluth, a member of tho Ha
wllan Legislature, who, with his wife
nd son, made a brief stuy In Toledo.
He was one of a commission scut hith
er, to confer with the government as to
a remedy for the evils brought upoo
the beautiful Islands by the over Ira
portntlon of foreign labor. Tho mat
ter was Impressed more forcibly upooj
my mind by learning mai Decause 01
the lowering of tho efficiency of Hi
schools through this influx, his little
von was to be educated In this country.
And yet It is claimed that such Impor
tation Is to advance the commercial
Interests of the Islands, and this Is tho
garb of righteousness. In reality It
only benefits a few sugar planters by
giving them cheap labor.
Mr. Emmeluth has been for twenty
years Identified with tho business in
terests of Hawaii and Knows whereof
be speaks. It is of especial moment to
this nation, because these far nway
islands of the sea nre now a part of out
nwn country nnd their people are our
people. Important Indeed Is It, that
every advantage should be given them
to becomo good citizens of the com
monwealth, and thereforo the words
of a strong, earnest nnd Intelligent
man who Is working for the best Inter
efts of the whole, should be heeded.
His most emphatic assertion from
first to last was that tho native Hawa
iian desired only the full measure of
the American system of government.
In other words, that they be allowed to
compllnlicd, gives her the right to ap
peal for consideration. Surely she will
not appeal In vnln.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
' Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples. Hll inside. Hve-ybodv invited.
Evening Bulletin. 75c per month
MR. McKINLEY'S HUMOR PROMISE SUGAR ADVANCE
Stories revealing the late President's The New York Commercial of Sept
nualnt humor Murine his hist week on 1? says: There was talk in lower Wall
earth arc being told from day to day lu
street todny of a contemplated udvance
uuici , wmi. .... uu u,.un:,i uj llmtj. '
govern themselves as each state and, S" .
l.i aitcnf Tim ernnnila ffir thla rpnnrt
Ituffalo. Thin one comes frow one of .,,, ,,, , 0 roIIowlns nUc
the consulting physicians, who. while pusttd by the American Sugar Kenning
the President's condition tho Inst of (,,-
thn week was regarded as serious, did "Hetit. 30 guarantees cease. This will
not wish to see It In print. On Monday, ,e appilcahlo to all sugars whether lo
when every one was happy over the transit or otherwise. Such sugars af-
apparent Improvement in tho Presl- ter that date taku the price sold at.
dent. rs. Mann. Ulxey, Park and Myn- rigardlcss of mm kct conditions. This
ter were In his room feeling his pulso ,0cs not nffect manufacturers' enn-
and getting the necessary data for ttacts."
bulletin, a representative of the company was
"The President kept up n runnlnfl quoted ns saying that un ndvnnce in
conversation with us. nnd for very the price would occasion llttlo surprise.
good reasons we did not want him tn jt was said today that the proceed!
exhaust his strength uselessly, one ot f,m the new1 stock of tho American
the .doctors stepped to the bedside nmt Sugar Helloing Co. would he used for
said: 'Mr. McKlnley. you are not to the purpose of extending tho opera
talk: we have decided you must not tlons of the company In'Cuba and Por
telk.' to Itlco. nnd paying for tho stock of
"Tbn President's big, dark eyes were tbe National Company. It Is said thnt
bent on the one who gave the order." (he American Company now owns a
said tho narrator, "and, without mov- cc,ntiolilng Interest In the National.
Ing a muscle of his face, he said, 'Well, The Wall Street News Agency pub
I suppose you gentlemen think you istictl tho following today:
don'thave a chanco very often to boss ..Thc nicking of sugar this week as
the President of the United Stntes, and iHBt reported, were only 31,000 tons.
now you nro Improving your oppor nRanst 30,000 tons tho previous week,
and 40,000 tons last year. This Is dim
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan MarketKing St., Tel.
1 he Booth, Hshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
each territory governs Itself. Deprived
of this power, the natives are In dan
ger of being submerged, and rendered
utterly unable to carry out their pro
gressiva Ideas. These, It may be said,
are founded upon the best economic,
social and political principles.
Facts and figures have an unequalcd
convincing power. When one sees what
the Hawallans are facing In tho matte
The shot was so unexpected that the .0 i, .aci that some of the principal
doctors looked at each other In plenum! ,cnnerles nre 'still closed. Meanwhile,
omaxement, and when they got outside tj.ore j8 ,Ieiny n shipping augnr to
the sick room they all had a good jobbers. The recolptB at tho four Unit-
,auKh. ed Stntes ports for tho week were 22,-
' S00 tons lurgcr than last week, belnii
tlrlngH Much Freight 3!,847 tons, against 17,543 last week
ti. .. r.,.iif.nin ...iv.i i., and 22.038 last year. Tho total stock
it this morning 11 days from Tncoma. f h? , ,S,r'8 '" now 7.MS tor
.Th. ..! i?rinu v in,., ..,. asalnst 178,383 the previous week, and
.....-. .7 7 " .... . "" """" .., .-.- -.n- ,,,..., ,.
01 Bcnoois wnicn arc, alter an. tne Key- 0r general merchandise from tho Kast """ '"" J-"
noto to tne wnole situation, their un
rest need not excite wonder.
The public school system Is much
and Sound. Captain Lyons formerly
nmto In tho employ of the company Is Next Saturday night the Hoys' Hrl-
now In command of tho. Cnllfornlan. Bade, under the supervision of Then-
like that of the United States, and they , Cantaln Morrison her former skinner dore Illcliards, will open for tho win-
8 1 liavo a compulsory law, which has been having taken tho Alaskan, ter. Tho class work and practical
niiuKuiiuy I'xccuieu, inougn me cnor- The steamer cleared from Tacoma on training win ue innen up ncuvriy. air.
raous lncreaso of children now render the 2Cth leaving on tho next day. Af- Richards osks all those who have an?
JUST RECEIVED '
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
, inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries-
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT iTREET.
& . O- Box 886 astln.
THE GERMMfl LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, $24. 371, 469.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.37
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,134.37
Total r45.577.2l2. 29
Mamger for Hawaiian Isl.nds.
1 dlfflnult. When It Is' considered that ter discharging hero she will load' most names such as croquet or houso games ENGLISH and CHINESE languages.'
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,, LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tho only Insurance company in tho world' Issuing policies In both th
1116 Nuuanu St.
Come and see the Prices.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Beginning Saturday. Sept. S3.
GooUh Hold rcgnrdletMiof coat.
P. O, Box wj.
Chl e Firm in Honolulu.
DKln lo Flat Sllk'i ui4 Grttt Llnioi. ChtnM ao4 Jpmm Goods of All Kindt.
tio-n Nuuinu lrel.
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The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
In 1899, 26,000 'Asiatics were added to
the population, and that from January
1 or this year to Juno 14 there were
10,000, with a certainty of a still larger
Increase, and that during this time 1233
children came into tho schools, It U
not strange that tho problem of their
future becomes more and more complcl
to the Hawnllnns nnd the few Euro
penns and Americans who have cast In
tholr'lot with the natives. And now
the planters are Importing Porto III
cans at such a rato that one-tenth of
tho people nro alrqady of that raco.
while thoro Is a possibility thnt Fill
plno labor will bo added. No wonder
that such men ns Mr. Emmeluth sees
disaster nnd failure of tho republic un
der theso conditions, and If without
rrmedy, they look back with regret to
tho days of tho monarchy. Suppose
some great moneyed power should
bring such a proportion of Ignorant, lr
responsible peoplo like a great flood
Into Ohio, or New York, or Massachu
setts, how quirk and imperative would
he the nppeal for relief!
Tho Hawallans themselves are In
teresting people. Courteous nnd gentt
In mnnner. Irreproachable, In morals,
and desirous above all things to pro
gress, they watch this gradual fading
out of their hopes with tne deepest of
sorrow. Allowed to becomo Americans
In tho real sense for as they under-,
stand the term. It means liberty, and
progress and prosperity for the whole
peoplo they will rejoice because they
live under the Stars and Stripes. Un
fortunately, under tho guise of com
mercial Interest, speculators and poll'
tlclans nro checking tho social and edu
cational advancement of this new mem
ber of the nation's territories.
Mr. Emmeluth spoke with' a great
deal of earnestness of tho future of hla
adopted country for which ho has evi
dently a strong affection, nnd to tho
best Jnterests of which he Is Btrcnuaus
ly devoted. Ho bollevca In tho appli
cation of the single tax 4irlncIplo there.
nd In proportional representation
which, because of tho peculiar raco
conditions In thn Islands,' Is more
in gent thnn elsewhere In tho Union.
All of theso things nro of greater In
terest to us today than ever before,
. .. .. -fl. - f.-At--- A I... .... IIAHAIAd AAnlAin All ftnnflaWn JA t mm n A V ikA a .! A .a Atw-
D, her cargo or sugar going to Knliullll or any ucBcripuuii iu gnu iiwuy, iu nmu wnuuu un wuuna av,ai.,va ui iuo euuunmcai aau oust
to complete It. Sho will then sail for kindly contribute them for tho use or lorras ibbucu uy iuu ii-iiug Auwncaa companies.
New York. tlie boys. I Governed by tho safest Insurance cystoma. The pioneer Chlnese-Amert
i . . can company.
, I EL, MAIN 70.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Btanqenwild Building. Honolulu. T. H.
Prof. Kocbele leaves for Maul In the Probably tho safest way to wl,i. out
Claudlno this nfternoon for the pur- anarchy would be to banish from thla
poso of looking Into several pests In country every man whoso nnmn can't
the'bue line that nconlo" on that Island be properly pronounced without an
have been complaining about of late, olllclal Interpreter. Atlanta Journnl.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
iKiH It's no experiment iH
iBli&l yu on "-n-3 Cyrus Nob,e vhiskey- H
VjXjsLXH Leave experimenting to others.. Buy goods, H
J- S .at you know are-right. B
VJ yrOS J KB For seventy years we have been trying tcTpro- H
Bi' 7 kl k mL si duce the best P0$$lb,e arJic,e- fr lheJca$t H
HK iiOOfC JPjH possible price.' H
V lir ' , -MW?B ' The public know it favorably H
"'"SM 1: It holds the good trade. H
IBlSiSwlB ' 's Pure an(' 'c1, siil
liHiiilSisSiH " is distilled from ,he besUelectedjrain., H
'SHRtSHiH Jt wins on merit atone.' H
B V. O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.;
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