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FRIDAY NOVEM11ER 1, 1901.
Don't nsk sensible Americans to ac
cent harmony with a hatchet, because
the ruiurst In Impossible of fulfillment.
Citizens of Hawaii exerting their
energies to discredit the Hawallans am
merely wartlng their time, except It bi
they tiro seeking their own destruc
tion. lly a curious misprint a contempor
nry credited Coon with having several
tons of opium In possession. If this
were true Coon should change his
name to Cuckoo.
Renewed activity In tho Philippines
Per mm to sort of xticngthen tho bond
of xympathy Americans have for Hilt
IhIi brethren. Iloth nations are strug
gling to make good citizens of foolish
cllUcmt who refuse to be good.
With the Nelll season, Hogan and
the forthcoming meeting of the "thirty-seven"
to hear Hankey's report
nnd pay the deficit Honolulu has quits
enough amusement In slt to keep It
happy till the holiday season.
Governor Dole refuses to promise an
eitr.i session of the Legislature though
i'fiy department In his administra
tion Is clamoring for it. It would be
Interesting to know what can powtlhly
be gained by the present blockade.
.lust ns matters begin to get n little
dull the transition habeas corpus
comes to the front, ncthe and energetic
as a new born babe. Tho men who
created tho transition period little
realized that they were producing such
magnificent material for legal per
The Rapid Transit extensions uro
opening up possibilities fur nttractlvo
suburban homes that are highly grati
fying to tho people of smnll means.
The day Is not far distant when tho
resident portion of tho city will center
In the valleys and higher elevations
where It belongs.
Is the Chamber of Commerce now to
be called on to furnish money for the
repatr of the IMtlfle Mail wharf? The
experience the business men hnd with
the Quarantine wharf in obtaining ie
turn for their advances Is not such as
to warrant marked enthusiasm for put
ting up money on work that should be
donu by the government.
Mr. rihephnrd, the Tammany candl
dato for Mayor of New York has been
on so riany sides of the political fcncn
ns to warrant tho supposition that at
kj.v tlmo In his career he lived in Ha
wall during tho days when men took
oiths to support governments appar
ently for no other reason than to at
in ro the amusement of breaking th:n.
Mackay Is going ahead with his I'.v
elllc cable plan In n tornado stylo that
may well cause panic In the runks of
his enemies nnd nssurcs actual cabin
cnnrtructlon within a period numbered
In months. With tho contract for tin
wire placed It stands to reason Mackay
Is not spending his money that tho ca
ble may decorate Lomcono's back
yard. Tho $200,000,000 lequlred to build tho
Nicaragua canal looks like n pretty big
sum until It Is remembered that the
United States can secure tho amount
nnd as much more merely by favorabU
nctlon of Congress and it would not b
o drop In the bucket of our great na
tional resources. This is a billion dol
lar country and the limit of Its credit
if not even In sight.
Tho position taken by John Lane In
refusing to nccept J. W, Jones position
rn the Territorial committee and re
ccrvlng his opinion ns to other ncU of
the commltteo is thoroughly In keeping
wlt'i go'id tul.'tiis cod Judgment itul
tho maintenance of personal .olf-ii-spect.
Mr. Lane is one of tho most
earnest and consistent Republican
vorkers In the party and his dtfuit at
tho hands of men ho might reason ihlv
expect lu lie hl.i friends doe rot iq
quiia extensive comment union I lien
having any legard for political or per
It Is none too early to renew tho
work carried on by various commis
sions In drafting a municipal program
for these Islands. In less than u year
wo will bo In the midst of another
election, and the people will not allnvi
city nnd county government to be put
off for another two years. The plea ol
lack of time will have no force or ef
fect. If the thoughtful people of the
Territory deslro a municipal organi
zation appropriate to our condition
they wjll not wait tilt the Legislature
Is about to meet before discussing tin
HARMONY OVER INJUSTICE.
The Republican party of Hawaii re
quires harmony but It must bo the liar
nirny that results from Justko and
The hnimony talk mado by tho
Thurston oignn this morning Is liio
plea lor harmony with nn Illegally con
stituted executive committee, harmony
when the Hawaiian-Americans nro not
only not given fair representation on
the committee hut given nn member
whatever en tho executive body of a
party In which they hold a large pro
portion of the votes that must bo cast
at the, elections.
Thurston and Dole's efforts to elimi
nate the Hawaiian from tho voting
population of the Territory gives
strength to tho conclusion that the Il
legally constructed committee Is one
of which they approve for the particu
lar reason that It has no Hawalln rep
resentation. Whether tho conclusion
Is correct or not, no power on earth Is
capable of overcoming the Impression,
If not conviction, that exists, and
while It exists ns It must continue to
do until the mistake Is rectified, har
mony that makes for confidence In the
honorable Intentions of the Republican
party In Hawaii Is Impossible.
The action of the Republican Terri
torial committee that added two mem
bers arbitrarily to the executive com
mittee's membership was not legal nor
Justified by the conditions presented
for the committee's consideration. It
tnnLrm nn illffrrenrn nhn nrnnnaoil tlin
plan. It was wrong. It assumes that
tho Territorial committee Is a law unto
Itself, which It Is not by right nor was
It ever Intended to be. If n committee
can add to Its membership It can also
rule members off tho committee, nnd
can overrule the laws laid down by tho
Territorial convention whenever It so
chooses. Such nrbltrary action secures
chaos nnd only chaos. There Is not a
single detail In such a course that
serves to produce harmony, enlist sup-
port or Instill any degree of confidence. ln ,en trade, negroes nro now great
lu party operations. j tea consumers. You would bo sur-
Dut as before pointed out In this Prised nt the amount of tea consumed
paper, the Territorial committee went W' this element of the population. l'
furthcr In Its destruction of party hnr-l lug tea is a new thing with the negro
mony. In selecting these two addition-1 clement, but since they have gotten
al members It set aside nil consldera-' ln, Um tcn-drlnklng habit they havo
tlon of tho District committees, placing vnstly Increased the consumption of
all the voting power In the hands nl , th product. Yes. they havo about
Hie Fourth District and leaving tho unit using sassafras roots for tea.-mnk-Fifth
with but one representative on ,nK purposes, nnd this rather primitive
the executive committee.
Finally, a Hnwallan-Ametlcan was
thrown ruthlessly down nnd tho Re
publican Executive committee of today
exists without a single representative
Uawulian nmpng its members from the
Island of Oahtl,
While ueh u condition obtains In
any party organization In this Tcrrl
tory harmony Is Impossible. Thero Is
no reason why harmony should he
possible under this stato of affairs be
cause It Is unjust. It Is wrong nnd the
party cannot possibly succeed while
carrying such an Incubus of rank In
justice. It is n matter ut notable record In
these Islands, especially well known
to Hawillans'llmt f nrrln 111!"'"'''' t(1 ,,e lct wMI l"v"'VO nil expert
to nawaiinns, tnnt borrin a. inurston 1 dlrmo of about Ill.OOO.non. of which
pleads for harmony when he has ac- t7.nnn.oeo will be for buildings nnd
compllshed his ends nnd not till then, n.ono.ono for tho grounds. Tho first
nnd when that plen for harmony Is contracts to bo let will lie for tho four
made the public Is asked to overlook mnln bulhllnes. which will cost nbnut
the gross Irregularities he may have $1,000,000. Tho slto to be occupied Is
! found necessary to use In carrying out
his purposes. This Is now the sltua-'
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n, ti i , . ' ' ... '" The designs for tho sn-
Oahu They arc asked to overlook tho nrilt0 ili,imcH assigned to the Indl
repudiation of the Territorial convcu- vldiinl members of tho Commission ol
tlon, tho repudiation of tho Fifth DIs- Architects, will bo submitted In scnlo
trlct and the repudiation of tho Ilawu- drnwlngs bv tho middle of October,
Han Republicans. They will not do lt.lnni1 tno working drawings of tho main
Make no mistake, they will not do It. I bnlltllniSH to bo let first will be ready
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:' wn r rvo a,,y 1r,!,i,K',"!!r:1
egard for tho advancement of Republl
can principles In theso Islands will
not attempt to thrust such a proposi
tion down their throats.
The Present Territorial ttei.nlillp.in
innimittco in inni-inn- nr,ii. rnr .
luture committees. It Is fully within I
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iuu iu-jmuiicuu cumiuiuee at luiure
primaries aud conventions. Uy thb
precedent established by this commit
tee It will bo within the power of tho
Hawallans to creato nn executive com
mltteo with but one repiescutatlve
from the Fourth District and no rep
resentative of the so-called foreign ele
ment. Docs Mr. Thurston seek to
muke tho people bellevo ho would
plead for harmony under such condi
tions? He would not. He knows It nnd
tho people know It.
The position taken liy tho Territor
ial committee nt the present tlmo Is
that of bolting the rules and regula
tions laid down by the Republican Ter
ritorial convention. Tho rank and fllo
of the Republican party will not en
dorse or quiescently accept such ac
tion. Knowing the Low
Editor Evening Ilullctln: It Is as
tounding that our excellent Scotch
townsman, MiCants Stewart, bemoans
universal lack of knowledge of tho law
amongst followers of his profession,
U'hnn nnn nt flin ....., n.m.i. i
--..-.. w.. w .,w f,irui.tJt Ul Ul 11 in II
loirnl lltrhtn him i.nlil "tit.i f JhIm
knowledge of tho stature i ,i,i
argue myself no lawyer. Did I confess
Ignorance of the law I should prove
myself unfit for the calling."
Tutor (to Inattcntivo nuiiils. who Is
looking out of tho window) Now,
(ioorgo, when you vo quite dono with
tlio landscape, wo will proceed, if you
pieuso, wiin our geometry lesson.
Ocorgo (resignedly) All right, sir,
but I think there must bo something
wrong about this "prup" you told mo
Tutor Whlcli proposition wns It?
Oeorgo (absently, and stilt nt the
window) On tho samo linso, aud on
tho samo side of It, thero cannot bo
two tilaugles hnvlng their adjneent
Intoi Well, and what (law havu
you dl8covcied in that proposition?
Como hero to tho blackboard nnd ox
plain your difficulty.
Oeorgu If you'd como hero to tno
window, sir, you'd seo what I mean.
Tutor (complying) My dear
Ocorge, thero Is nothing to bo heen,
oxtcpt what appears to lio rather a
romoly nursery maid seated upon the
knees of a soldier.
Oeorgo (triumphantly) That's Just
it, Hlr, They'io on tlm samo bench
and on tho same sldo of It, so old
Euclid's Jolly wull wrong. Tho King.
Eleanorn Duse, tho famous Italian
actress, Is peculiarly nervous. When
sho is not nt rehearsals or acting sho
spends her time lu perfect rest. She I enness spilngs from soclableiiesa. Tho
receives no one except old friends, nnd I upper classes of women, slnco they
only u few of these. Sho has a ladyllmvo universally ndopted. tea ns tho
companion, who arranges her Journevs
and engages rooms In tho hotels. This
ludy sees that Huso's rooms nro at tho
back of tho hotel, and that. If possible,
they look out on a garden. Sho can
not bear street sounds and sights.
INCREASED TEA DRINKING.
"The Increased consumption of ten
s one of the Interesting phases of
modern commercial life In the South,"
said a drummer for a Now Orleans
house, "and you would ho surprised at
the vast change which has taken plactf
In this respect. The fact Is tint dur
ing tho past few years the changes In
the tea business have amounted to a
revolution. I havo Just returnc' from
n trip on Iho road, and I touched sorio
'of the more remoto places In Texas hint
Mississippi, nnd while I have been out
before In tho rnmo territory, 1 wa
mrprlcd nt the Increased number tt
"L'ij to a few eors ago In the mois
remote sections of tho country tea was
used almost exclusively In the sick
room. Tea had to be bought In tho
country fmi.t thr driit'giit. Tli'i man
who dealt In genenl nnuviinndlso
nrcly thought of soiIIiia. tea, unless he
llftd a lledlL nt COtinllr In llU (.1.1.--
Tea was soinntl'ing finicky, USe giw-n
to the crnva, earing p-itlent, nlo.ig with
crackers, tasteless broth and things of
"This Is not the case now. Toi U
bought In rather largo quantities by
country merchants, nnd the country
'oik use it for other than sickroom
purposes. It Is extensively used
! throughout the country
"There Is still more Interesting a
'act In connection with the growth of
drink Is now used for Its medicinal
properties. It has exchanged places
with tho other ten.
"These are eomo of the reasons for
tho Increased consumption of tea.
There are, of course, many other spe
cial and general causes for the new
demand, and altogether the change
form a rather Interesting subject so
'ar ns modern commerce Is concerned.
-New Orleans Times-Democrat.
ST. LOUIS' BIG CONTRACT.
Contracts for tho building and
giounds of the Louisiana I'urchaso Ex
position, nt St. Louis, Mo., will be let
about December I. 1001. Tho ion-
'"' "nnnisneii pari m i-orc-si 1-nrn. anu
1h'lsl'c11,,as.,,"?l ""'"'eyed and tho
I nes of tho build ncs r.nd nvenuesi
wiiti.i rir ni.Vt th j. ...
the lending technical Journals through
out tho world. Thero will bo no Con
graphical restriction on bidders. Tho
mnln stipulation will bo that tho
buildings be ready for occupancy at
a date sufficiently far abend of Anrll
?? ,,,?03' th ? fl!lel ?r ",0 2P,0"1"
opening. Engineering New,
ERASING TYPEWRITER SHIELD.
It is a common practice In many bus
Iness ofllceH to keep n carbon copy of
nil letters for tiling witn the letter to
which tho original replied, this lining
considered by somo n more convenient
nnd neat method than copying tho
original In a book, ns It does away
with tho blurring of tho letter by
dampening It. Tho only objection to
tho filling method Is that in limiting
eniKinvH from tho letter tho carbon
copy becomes smeared with tho car
bon under prcssuro from tho ornset
A simple and convenient shield has
been designed by Ylrglnla I. Copeland
or Washington, I), C. for separating
the letter sheet from the carbon whllo
crnsures aro being mado. Tho device
consists of a folded sheet of celluloid
or metal, tho under portion uelng plain,
while tho fnco section Is perforated
wltn longitudinal ifots to allow free
movement or tho eraser on tho Inclos
cd sheet of paper. In prnctlco tho lot-
ter Is slipped between the foldB of the
"hleld to separato tho carbon sheet.
wncn lno Bn,cl" may re" on lno l,m1,
J?" -ViSiX nL1?9" W"" th "m
DUil '" utluS "Witt.
NEW WORK AT JOHNS HOPKINS.
Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Univer
sity Is about to stn'rt n new department
to bo known ns the Department of the
Philippines. It will havo to do In a
broad and liberal way with the educa
tion of those students who wish tn
famallarlze themselves with tho dia
lect, patois and customs of the new
possessions, and so complete hns been
tho preparation for this now branch of
educational woik at tho university that
It will be possible for n student to
become so thoroughly conversant with
tho life In tho islands Jhat, onco there,
there will be little for him to learn as
far as tho language, methods and man
ners of the country nro concerned.
The new work at the university will be
under the Immediate supervision of
Prof. Paul Iluupt. The lerturo In tho
new course will begin during tho com
Ing week, and associated' with Prof.
Haupt and under his direction will bo
F. R. Illako, an authority in matter
pertaining to the Islands.
Afternoon tea, nccordlng to Miss
Edmundson, president of tho Irish
Women's Temperance- Union, Is uxor
rising a powerful Influence to savo
British women of social position from
tho drink habit. Miss Edmundson Is
quoted ns saving: "I fear tho poorer
classes of Irlsli women drink morn
than formerly. Orocers' licenses nro
chiefly responsinlo for this evil. An
other rauso Is the. ciowding of poor
in tenements, wiioro drunk
fashionable beverage, aro gradually (
caping from tho clutches of tlm appo
tlto for fiery liquors. I think that
diunkcniicBB among tlm women of Ire
laud Is nbout tho same as that in Eng
land and Scotland, hut much greater
than that in America,"
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLAS8,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLA88.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ol Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CliAS. F. HERRICK
125 Merchant Kt.. next
Vrl M.KJ MF'G CO., Ltd.
1178 River Street.
Fine Carriages. Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Htue 541.
HEB INEXTINGUISHABLE S0BR0W.
I'sstor- "Yes, niy poor woman, It was Inded n gieat lo for you to Ios
your dear sister."
IVasnnt Woman: "Sure, your revoienre, sure. And I don't do nothina
now except to try nnd cry and mourn. I cried nil day yesterday and all till,
morning, and nj soon ns I got through eating this little meal I'm going to cry
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stnmjcnwnld Building.
U something that we have done 011 tho
prices of Wall Papers In Honolulu. Not
only that, but wo havo a stock to suit
eveiy tnsto, from the plainest to tho
most fastidious, and have Imported
many now styles nnd designs that can
bo found only nt our place. Call on
' us nnd look mound.
Ucrctanln St., next to cornel- of Cmmn
O. Box 833.
'Phone Main 368.
Bef. Beretanla and Pauahl.
P. O. Box 078.
Deer and Wine Dealers,
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen,
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8ehaefer.
Kukul 8L, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN UOTTLtf.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
The Ki'ngof Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
UUIiaillllJj the standard
from among the mineral
waters ol the world by "The
Lu.ldon Lancet.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer. Cream Batta. VAHH rh.riv. rip.
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Chamnann,. Arannj. (IhiMfl,... ir.l
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
una aou wucKiaus.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, L'lthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltier, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
orcws ana veraiea water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In t.rtallnn rl.
IJohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
an ncmijonn unill returnee.
REFRESHES AND INVIGORATES.
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.
Carbonated only by tho
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Sole AKents for tho Territory of Ha
ODlco and works, C01 Fort St., Honolu
In. T. or II.; P. O. box 462; tele
phono Main 71.
Island Orders Solicited.
On Ice per
S. S. Sonoma
One pound blockti and ten pound
FROZEN OYSTERS IN TINS.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SOLE8.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
& COMPANY, LTD.
160 FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
ITASOfNWAID BID., HONOLULU
V, HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
Eittmitct Furnlshf J
- P. O. Bat 16a
Q 00. W. Page.
P. W. lleardslee.
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. It,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OV ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Alton 5fc Robinson, '
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake, '
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and resident. .119 Ai,.m a
near Government building.
1-1. P. BERTELMAN'8
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King Btrect. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American floods
6$ Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOH 061.
TEL. WHITS 01
Lallo' iklrn cl nJ. Clothing
cl.tn.4, 4yeJ nj rtf lr,J.
Fit cuarintMl, Lewtitpilca
Fori Smt, ntar Kukul, and
naar Orpbcua Tbaatcr.
fflcat: Claanlae ona lull. c;
Dyalnr aull U M
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular uttnntfnn Hv.n a ni-
chase and sals of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.;
San Francisco, Cal.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo will liny or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of tho group.
Wfl will Hull PmnAU. .... n
10 WEST KINO 8TREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkof and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AMD BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
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