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i:i)NiwnY. November , iooi
The Terrltorlil UepublUan lommlt
tee has onl to ileclde w hither It will
do wlut Is right or perpetuate a wrong.
MM -""? I
file political aitlMt during tills oil
iiatnn indicates th.it llnis aie Im-Iiir
laid for the next campaign In a wa to
make It one of the notable politic nl
contents of Island bistort-
It Is .cifc to pitsuinc that photo-1
graphs of Admlial Sthli published b
the Illustrated weeklies and takiu dur
ing the Admli.ils attendance al the
Hoard of Inqulr Ive an accurate rep
Itscntatlan of the man, who kkius to1
have Ik en hugel
libeled bj a New
The clinmts are that Silh Low will
be the next Maor of New York and
that Crokers power Ins betn corifilotc-
1 wiped out so far as an Inlltiemo In
national polltlis are concerned Crokcr
will doubtless handle Tammany Hall
us long as he lives, but IiIh atnhltlun to
enter the national Meld Is forever
Objection Is raised to rlzona'H
claim for Statehood because the Terrl
tor lacks the population to make a
Congressional district. Arizona's
quest for Statehood on a small popu-1
latloa basis will be followed with great1
Interest In Hawaii which In the course ,
of a not far distant future will have
claims of Its ow n.
' , , . ...
llepresentatlve Ileekle s chief dlf-,
ference with Senator Kalauokal.ini
ii-ms to be on the settlement of tho
question of responsibility for leglsla-l
tlve failures The oung nun of his
party are unwilling to bear the charge'
of defi-at when so far us the were,
concerned, the maishalcd the votei
when needed to carrv a part mmsuni
No better iirotiosal for u Mi Klnlev
memorial has been offend limn the
nubile nlav cround If there .ire any
citizens who feel that the
spend mom' to keep green the- meni-
nrv of our beloved President, thev cer- i
tn nlv cannot nniuiso anv nifusure
looking to the establishment of a per-
manent outlnc crounds for the cbll I
drin of the city
Itoosevelfs known sinpatliy for
the Iloers while he was a private e III-
n has given high hopes In lion clr-i
.!. nnw I,., In. 1,....,.,.. Pre. I, I. .Ml
HU uu n.in ....-,.- , inwruk
The) are likely to find, however, that u theicfoie. assumes to be more pow
the President will not make his pr- 'trf,i t,a populnr Inlluenee nnd potent
sonal bobbies paramount In the na-i enough to shape Federal legislation,
tlnml policy he directs. His present! It may prove, however, that this an
position calls to mind tho rmiark of a'd"'") of the- sugar trust wrought Its
oung man who on being elevated toQn,rt,i1f,',at- ,n the effort to control
foreman of the shop in which he tad1" fig,
been working, was asked if he would btU ,wr IIlllls,ry. nomoxaI of Cu
"flrc" one of his men for breaking olllie j ian sKar llllt,.s would destroy cane
rules as be- himself had sometimes augur production In Loulsluna. The.
dune "I most certainly would ills- lelatlvo Importance of that Industry Is
charge the man." was the prompt re
ply. Ilcspunslblllt) for the conduct of
tho affairs of others has a quieting of
feet on all men.
NO TAKIHP TINKUKIMi.
"I never was 11 llrmer be-llever In lhe
doctrine of protection than I am today
After some three months spent IhU
summer In several of the countrleo of
Hurope, I am only strengthened in my
convictions No one polk) lias done so
much for tho dcvloptnent of our coun
try, for the elevation of labor on the
farm and in the shop as this great
policy. Some are urging a revision of
tho tariff, 1 am nut prepared to say
whether the situation warrants revi
sion or not at this time, but If revi
sion Is entered upon, I feci as did our
lamented President when he gave out
tho splendid utterance at Iluffnlo, that
any action taken 'must not Interrupt
our home productions." Tho Republi
can party will undoubtedly make such
revision of the tariff as Is needed when
the necessity and the duty become
This excerpt fiom a speech delivered
by Speaker Henderson In Manchester
during his nuropran tour Is a favor
able Indication that tariff tlnkcilng
will not rccclvo marked favor from Re
publicans during the coming session of
Congress .Mr Henderson Is not Con
grtss, nor la he cnpablu of forecasting"
Just wVat the Republican pnit) will or
will not do. but as Speaker of tin)
House of Representatives bo occupies
a position and exercises an influence
second onl) to tho President. He Is
one of tho men In national counsels, to
whom the Nation gives heed, because
he holds tine to rarty lines and Is free
from tho erratic exposition of revolu
tionary or freak Ideas.
Tho only man In the Republican
ranks who Is known to espouse the ta
riff tinkering Idea is Congressman
Ilabcock. He has made eonsllerablo
stir but nothing has thus far been of
fered to show any extensive following
In Congressional circles So far as
any direct chango in the tniiff is con
cerned there Is little prospect of Ilab
cock's or any other proposal1) oncom
ing effective The leclproclty liltn has
gained considerable hendvvii) and i
practically tho only subject receiving
serious Congrcss'onnl attention over
which Hawaii need be particularly
watchful. This may bo regarded In
many as practically the simu thing in
tho so-called tariff tinkering, but its
dnngerB arc ncvcrthc'css easier to coin
bat that an upheaval of tho whole
tariff Bchcdulo with Its cumieniient
changes all along the line. Under the
leclproclty proposals it ought to he
possible to solidify the agricultural
opposition of all sections of tho coun
try in n manner that wllj not threaten
our lecadlng Industry.
HOOMiVliLT AM) ItOOKLI! T.
The source of nil llio Southern crlti
clfin of Roosctelt for Intltlng IlooUrr
1 Washington to dine at the White
I Inline table Is found In tlui statement
I tr-nt the nesro Washington could nev
er be Invited to sit at n while man'D
table In the South. This statement
' ma carr) force and effect In the
I Southe rn Slates but has none In any
! other portion of the United States
I There aro sections of our country
while thcro Is some Intensity of feel-
lug against the Irish, Trench Canndl-,
ans and other nationalities, there urol Chinamen would come here, If permit
rastern districts In which ordhl re-1 ted, that the would dominate, by mere
latliitiH between Catholics of national force of numbers "If I tboiiRht this
repute nnd the President Into gltn! argument were true," he s.is. "I would
rife to dlio forebodings that Catholic be the last man to oppose the re-enact-power
li predominant In the counsels, uent of the exclusion law. I say this
of the Nation, there Is scared a sec- emphiitiinllv. Hut It Is not true." Fur
tlon of the country without Its pro-'thcr Mr Wu denies the lies attrl
tlmlullsms, bigotry or prcjudlcr which.
l)cn disregarded by the President
01 I)ti1(,r national leaders culls forth i
a II..A .. . vUln.Btn . l.l.tli Inn.tia. .
,. , ... ., nrani .,f ihn
I I nlted States have et a gieat deal to but I would not have them refused mi
lium I mlttance- because of their virtues " Th"
. this criticism of which the presml discrimination against Chlnesu hat
i Boutin rn upioar Is n tpc Is com lining
iivldmce that our Presidents have a
hettei conception of the declaration
that all men nre ereatid free and
eilti.il. than mtn cltlnus of the conn
tr It Is prejudice and preJudUe alone
that sites tine to rltli Ism of the
1'iesldent b reason of courtesies ex
tinded b hint to any iltl.m of tho
I lilted Stnt-s be he white or blsik, re
IIrIous or Irreligious native born or of
foreign birth The President or public
olilcer who allows prejudice to lnllu-
erne hla private or public nets falls ut-
lerl.v In his conception of his duty to
Hie people' who havo elevated him to
high oflklHl position. No good reason
has et been offered for the establish
ment of n Jim Crow department In the
White House in at the President's pri
Honest ami ability arc the practical
tests of American citizenship and re-
eommend men to public
and person il courtesy
Tlie desire of .
tho South or anv either section of the
eoiintr to make this test theoretical
inn never prevail, nor will It In any
way le-ssen the high esteem In which
1r, 8,0Ill Hoosevclt or any other
.r(KUirn, .,.,, ,. tle Kroal ,,oJ, ot
rtUelAU TKUSHT'8 OVHRRDACII.
I.os Angeles Herald.
The svciind move ol thu sugar trust
l.i Its purpose to crush competition.
It. disclosed In u publleatlem dovotcd
co the- sugar trade' It is in liirthcrnneii
o' the- plan re-re ntly nllucle-d to lu Ittu I
Herald, for removing tho duty on all
-i ....... ..
'"' n"K"i iihmm luiiuun iiiiiii e.uua. iv
u iiunnaie-ci mat sueci'ss lu tlie mat
.V". r' ...". ... . "H ... ,'. ..". . . ."."" I
Hciiiij -xpe-Lirei. win uu lunuwi-u uy nil
rr,.rt i,. nhoii.i, nil ., i... ; ,
UaBt greatly to diminish them. ' ,
Hie- audacltv of thu trust lu thin
I comprehensive scheme to monopolize!
.thn sugjr trade Is without parallel In
the- Industrial history of thu United
States It not only thrc-utens Its sol .
V 'V V. '. V." ,. u !,..' "ul
" ui'-iniiciiinu. vrav
,,, .P u,.,1 . .
shown b) the fact that the Louisiana
pioduct Is 112,0(10 tons per )ear. ac
cording to tho I ist olllcml Htiitcmcnt,
wlilli) llio entire beet sugar output of
tl.c- United States Is onl) Ti.iHI. And
v.hllo these flginc represent tho total
riigar production of this country it
i uli. mtil li.. r.iiiiniiiln r.i1 ll.rtt .... tin tm 1
, rilntr I.. r,,i,iiil,, ,,,.,rlv -miiui i.nn
tens per )cnr
In untngonllng tho enne sugnr pio
duee-rs of Louisiana tho sugar trust
will aiouse- powerful oppnxltl'in In Con
tress to Its free sugar scheme. It w..
draw u sharp lino between grasping
I'lanuructiirlng interi-stH nnd agricul
tural prcidurers. And If tbi beet sugar
ir.nueneo Joins with tho rauo prodne
-n of Louislanu the sugar trust will
find when It gets to Congress that
Ki-aln "vaulting ambition has over
THAT COOPBR CLAIM.
When Cooper claims tho sole credit
for closing Iwilel, he means that as
Acting Governor ho was able to re-ad
the signs of the times nnd was ve-rjr
lorry that the order of Judge Oe.tr
prevented him from making a grand
viand play. He has admitted that it
would bo impossible for him to endorse
(lie action ot tho Couit to tho exclu
sion of an oxecutlvo echo. On the day
that Cooper Issued his Immaterial
-diet, bo said that ho was not in a po
sition to say that Judgo Oear's closing
-r Iwllul was a comtnendablo act,
Irving Huchollei. the iiuthor of
"IJIien llohlen." who reccnll) visited
Andrew Carnegie at Sklbo Cattle
speaks thus of the citato nnd Its own
ei "It compiiscs about thlrty-flvo
housand acres unci tho former steel
king takes puitlcular delight In super
vising ('Vei)thlng about IL lie is as
active as a boy, and seems to bu in tho
he st of health. At present tliero are
about three bundled men employed
renovating the? castle, but )ou would
irarccl) know that tlieru was a work
nan about, I doubt If the-ru Is n finer
estate In the Hiltlsh Iiilcs, nndtber-) Is
lltlo wonder that Mr. Carneg'le loves
tei rctlro tliero from the cares of busi
ness. His whole Ufa seems to be taken
ip by Ills plillunthiople works. lie
nows what great good ho Is doing,
and ho cnJo)8 It. All of Mr. Cnino
i;ie's leisure moments nre taken up
with golf and t.shlng I shall never
'orget Hie da)s that I spent nt Sklbo
So man) bhades of led are to be
vnm this season that many women
si cm to bo laboilug undei tho Impres
sion that jilum shades am back again
'co. Hut tli.it Is hardl) tho caso us tho
now reds range, from the blight red
vvino shades to the tints of crimson
purplo, tho ied with plenty of )ellow
In It being tho prevailing tiut.
H'tlcn (N. Y ) Press.)
Thn Chinese exclusion law, known
also as the (lenry net, expire next
) ir. us It will then lute been In force
ten enrs, which nan fixed lis the limit
foi Its application. It Is likely that an
effort will bo in.ida to re-enact the
measure The Chinese are eiy much
concerned about It and It Is represent
ed that they are preparing to defeat
such a movement The Chinese Minis
ter to this (ounti), Mr. Wti, denlis
that tlure Is nn duiiKer Unit so many
buted to Chinamen "If, lie says
the Chlnece have peculiar faults
which distinguish them from the rest
nl I li .. u n.l.l .n.l li.utlf.. l.t.lM ...III.
slon. win r-xrlmlp liieni he- nil mn.-ins
piodured many awkward situations
nnd sometimes there has been apparent
Injustice In tho enforcement of tho
law. Tho qmstlon Is, however, wheth
er as a elass the Chinese, nre desirable
or undesirable. There Is no question
as to their desire to come. They have
come In deflanee of tho law and smug
gled themsilvis Into the country do
splte the sharp watch of thn govern
ment eilllclals If the bars were let
down, It Is reasonable to suppose that
the would eome In shiploads Thn
Chinese do not amalgamate with the
other races here-. They remain apirt
They retnln their nntlvo customs and
costumes. When they acquire a com-
petence they return to China. Thn
United States will welcome only those
who eome to acquire e Itlzenahlp.
RECIPROCITY WITH CUBA.
(St. I-eiuls Ilepuhllc
Cemral l.ronatd Wood's plan for the
negotiation of u rcclproclt treat with
Cuba deserves the heartiest endorse
ment and co-operation of the Cuban
people and the favorable) action of the
L'nlti'd States Government at the prop'
The enactment of But li a treaty or
agree ment would open up for Cuba an
era of prosperity such as the Island ln
ni'vei known before Tin- two staple
Cuban products, tobacco and sugar,
would be placed on this reciprocity ba
sis The consequent stimulus to those.
Industries would be great. Indeed
The onl possible Impiovemcnt upon
the sltintlon thus eieated would arise.
from tlie annexation or cillia on r
. .,. ... ,.. ... ...
einesL cu me euuan peeipie. in ini
event, under the American eonstltii
"' " tnrllT ta wliatevc-i could lie
.... . ...
-i,ifi.. i,i,,i fi,,,, ,,,.,. r.
riglitrull levlcil upon luli.ui sugars
tobacrns, or other products The tlflde
' t-'uba would then witness the same
tremendous Increase whlih has been
noted In Porto Itiro since our e'onstl-
tutlon prevailed tardily to give fro
trail(. w,, lnc ribt of tll0 Tnon to thi
In the meantime, however, vvjth Gil
lian annexation n prohahlllt.v of thn not
umote inture, tlie ncgotl ttlon of a
reciprocity agreement should he fur
thered by Americans and Cubans alike.
Mutual bene lit would bei sure to follow
a reduction of the tariff between thn
his mm are
Washington Oct 22. I'leildc-m
' Itc obi-vet cominue-s to show his dc-ie-r
'"""' '" appo.ut uni) guou ii.cn m
unite- ami in wed out en tnu hc-rvicu
UIOM Cliiicl-llOIUe-ltl WHO uutu piot.u
Uliucsllauic, tucuiiipc'tcuc Ul cuinlpi
me iucl mac uu a. Hi oil lU'Uocs in
xuiuvci oiiiciciu men, hum uuhc ut
,uc- iiuiuuiii in puiuicuus, UIMUlliagCH
.no taut r, uni tucuuiutivii uu uiuei'
.. iioi-o unci uiiirusc is iu guou goturu-
.hciu. u is licgiuiiiug III uu uuucisiuocl
,iy people m Musiniitgiuu mat richi
je-nt nuiisevgli me-aus wuul uu satb.
alio tnui wueu nc uas Uuivruuncd uj.ou
a cuiiico ui uc.iiou u is UbCicss to at
tempt to ciiangu It unless uue can ut
ter tumu convincing argument wuy
such a inancjo is ucsiruuic-. tuu l'icjr;
luent Is utteriuiuca tu loliow ttiu
wisncs ol beiiators anil Cougrc'ssmeii
wue-ru tlu-ir lee online Mutinous uro iur
tiood men, but ho alwajs uesuc-s to bu
ubsiuoil on tins point Uc-ioie mauiug
i. appoiiuii.e-iu, uuu )ei lie doe-s uoi
llCblilllc It) go OUlSUIc- Ol PO..HCUI lUL
iiiiiuieliilaiiuiis wucn uu ic-els tnat It
rflll ndvaiiiiige the Uuvc-imuciit se'i
I ico so in cio
The I'lesicle-ul'b plan of luvliullzln
llic Repuuiicau pal.) lu tho buum
and iiiaKiug it ii'spt-ciiiblci Iiuh iuc i
un au..odi uulveHttl euuiiuuudatluu.
iivcc-jil uum Kumu Ul iho auu.iiciu Uu-
pulillilllib wlio aro buboidlliiicil b) bis
,jriic). it II.U lite ti iiigued uy bonio
iiuit in ellsii'L'aiuine thu suggestion oi
ue-puiilicau ic.tUuu in tuu rtuum 1'ioa
u'.inl Uooscvelt was (lusiru)iiig hu
ciiuiicu ui Burning nouiiiein clon-t,uUo
.1- tlio uc-t uuuuuul louveuiluu. A
jr us lluit Is eouceined It is u luel
lint the Pusldciit Is not boiuuting
..'lubcll especially Just now nimut tho
next iialluual tunvc-nilon. Hu is nulls,
ltd with ilw.ng Ills duly us he sues it,
mid content to await tho rc-duii. As a
matter of fact, .lowovor, by lujeulns
uew blood into thu organization, b)
uiukiug llepubllcnuism lu tlie South
letpcciable, llio l're-siilent Is really if
.i tilng a ehungu In that organization,
tlo Is encouraging men wno atu Ho
publican In prlcipli' and would bu out
and out He publicans II I'ue) lived lu
cho North, to Join tho Republican or
ganization. Ho is making tho party in
tlie ttoiun some-tiling oilier tlinn an
.ifticcibcekerh' club, In which niombar
ship is dlsceiui.iged tot fear tlie uum
hers may b-'couic- so great us to make
too many applicants for oich olllco.
i'lcsldent uoosove-lt is tnrr)lng out
1'iesldent AicKliiloy'a Idea of bticngth
cnlng Republicanism In tho South
only lio Is, as Is natural with him, a
ilttlo n.oia aggiessivo and rapid n
his actions. The lesult should bo the
hnmi- tho strengthening of tho Kopuu
lie an party In tho Sou.li urnl making
It iiiilly n force In that soction. That
means that the old .Southern Repub
Mean lenders whoso only de.slro wns
o Kcciiro otllrcs will tako back seats
and havo ns little bay In tho Bnleetion
of dele-gales tu uatlounl conventions as
thev will have in tho matter of Tedcral
mm ifl duty
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BEARDSLEE & PAOE
ArcliltcctH and Builders.
Offlco. Itoomg 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimate fur
nished on Short Notlco.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allun : RoblnHon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly Lttendcvl to
Mr. Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alts
Office and residence, 312 Queen At
near Government building.
M. F. BBRTBLMAN
18 - MOVIID
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King sticot. Orders left at cither shop
or offlco at John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
12S Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
oppoHltc the It. R. depot.
AM) IN IIOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletots of the popular
Tho puree lulco of tho grapefruit. Tho
most healthful, invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Oflleo nnd Works, C01 Fort St.,
Honolulu, T. or H.
P. O. box 4eii. Island orders solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa-
rliia, vannia e;ream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
cnampagne, rear unampagne, cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstcad Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c per
doi. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
HENRY ST. GOAIl.
MeuibcrH 8tock and Uond
Edward Pollitz S Co.
AND DI.'ALEllS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sturar
Eastern and Forelgu Stocks ane
403 California St.,
San Priinclwco, Cal.