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1 lUOAV . NOVKMIir.U S, 1901.
MILK IN TUB COCO AN UT.
The ThuiMon-Dole Il.ir Aoclallon
f.ietlnn that adopted a report renewing
the charges ngnlnst Judge Humphreys
and openly criticizing President Rooe-Mut
...If n.,.1 AMArnrn n. Iirpnl Klinv tlAn
tiously denies that Judge Humphreys
latitude on the Iwllil uucstion had
anj thing whatever tcj do with their at
tack. This riole-Thurstcin aggregation
docs, however, openh and boldly , ot ,,,, u, lrll9tlti Thl,y nr0i
i barge (bat Judge llumphres return s-i ,.,.,., antagonistic and checks upon
on the question of miinlclp.il govern-1 L-ic h other The Aliierlenn lately has
inent In I'nlti-d States Territory form ' begun a war upon beet sugar by re-due-the
basis of their charge of his taking I lug tho price or sugar nboiit I J cents
part In "bitter political controversies. I""'UI " tenltory west of the Mir.
In explanation of the attitude taken;
by the Dole following on this subject
the report sujs:
The Issue mmili lp.il government)
Id a ery delicate one at best. Involving
as it necessarily does RACIAL ISSlT.'.l
a well, and the NET RESl'l.T of tho
past political expcrltnrc In this Terrl-
tnr along these lines has bien such
ns to put outside of the pale of rcspee-
luble polities any such HECKLES i)0r to the number of over 300.000 pen
ADVOCACY OP r.NCHlXKKIJ LOCAL plo. and nddllig to tho diversity of
SELF-GOVERNMENT as Is contained crops, tho extensive and profitable cul
in the charge In qui stlon," ture of beets, vv Ithdrnvvlng hundreds of
Local self-government In Hawaii (thousands ot acres from tho uverpro
ii "delicate question at best" savs the ',l,"c,lon nr ;" '"'uty of other crops.
ni ii i,.n. ' Uv,'l sugar Is an oxanuuo o. what oneo
...... ., .,.,
Local self-government, the oig.inlzn
tlons of town, city, and county govern
ments ncno of vvhlch exist In thN Ter
litoiy today, "Involve racial Issues"
rays this same following.
"The net result of pist political
experience In this Terrltor.v along
these (Independent self government)
Hues has been such as to put Ol'TSIUH
TUB PALP. OP HESI'ECTAHI.E
POLITICS any such teckless advocacy
of unchecked local self government as
Ii contained in the charge In question. '
The charge in qmstlon dealt with
heal self government as It exists to
day and has el3led throughout the
I r.lted States since the Nation was
If the statements of this report
which was endorsed by I.orrln A.
Ihurston and Dole appointees nnd fa
vorite", are true.
Then Thurston lied, when in "A
Hnndbook on the Annexation of Ha
waii," he published the following:
"There is not nnd never has been any
color linn In Hawaii against the native
Hawallans, and TUKV PARTICIPATE
FULLY nnd on nn EQUALITY with
the white people In affairs POLITI
CAL, social, religious and charitable.
They are a race which will
In the KUTUHE, as the) have lu the
1'AST. EASILY nnd RAPIDLY ASSI
MILATE WITH and ADOPT Ameri
can WAYS AND METHODS."
Ix)cal self government Is one of the
first and most Important characteris
tics of "American ways nnd methods."
If the statements of the Thurston
Il.tr Association report are true, then
Thurston lied when In the annexation
pamphlet published by llltn he
Nilel, "The people of Hawaii AS A
WHOLE, aie ENERGETIC und IN
DiSTUIOL'S." Among NO people who nre "AS A
WHOLE energetic und Industrious." Is
It POSSII1LE fen an advocacy of local
self government to bo "Ol'TSIDE THE
PALE of RESPECTAHLE POLITICS."
What other "racial Issues" are there
Involved In local self government ex
cept as relate to the native Hawallans,
who under the Organic Ad are on an
equality with all Americana? Certain
ly not the Portuguese, for they do not
have a numerically controlling voice;
not the Chinese or Japanese, because
they have no vote. The people of thlii
Territory well know that tho "racial
Issue" referred to In the Thurston Bar
report has direct refeiencc to Hawa
UunAmerlcan citizens. And that tho
whole Dole-Thurston political combi
nation stands opposed to the Hawaiian
Americans in their desire to "adopt
American ways and methods" ns ex
emplified In local self government.
The President of tho United States
and the Attorney General have passed
upon tho Grand Jury charge of which
the Dole-Thurston combination com
plain; they huvo found nothing to
rtltlcUe in that charge; they hnvo re
buked tho political lawyers and Dole
appointees making tho complaint.
Hence this reiteration In the Uar As
sociation report will fall utterly In Its
This record of tho Dole-Thurston
political ring docs, however, demon
strate beyond the question of n doubt
the attitude of tho Dolo administration
toward the adoption of American wajs
and methods In this Territory; Its at
titude, toward Havvullan-Amcrlcans;
Its determination to defy tho popular
mandate, to defy American wnjs nnd
methods; Its determination to central
ize the government, to control the gov-
eminent in nil branches and detallt
even to the point of attacking tho in'
tcgrlty of our courts.
Tho record Is clear. If tho President
of the United States can uphold such n
program In this Territory or any other
Territory of tho Nntlon, then It must
bo true that tho corner stono of our
licpiibllc Is crumbling and tho nnlcent
principles of our government have
jiusecil beyond the palo of thoughtful
CIIINLSli EXCLIJ I N.
In somo quarters thero Is serious ex
pectation thut thero will ho warm op
position nt tho rom'nu sosslnn of Con
gress to the ro enactment of tho Chi
nese exclusion act. Of course, tho
Chinese want to como In-, but, what
Is moro serious, n good ninny Eastern
and Southern Congressmen who lio
llevu that then' are largo ureas where)
It would ho advntitngeous tn hnvo
cheap labor, nisei want them to ccimu
In. It Is also argued thnt "ever since!
Ihu exclusion law vvns .enncted them
has been a steady I n (lltr.it Ion of Chi
nese Into the United States by means
which It would probably bo impoHslblo
to stop without Involving an expense
wholly out of proportion to the benefit
to result." This would appear to bl
a strong argument In favor of a con
tlnuutlou of tho exclusion lnw. If tn"
Chinese are so nnxlous to get her
that they smuggle themselves In at
gteat risk after lomlng so inr from
homo. It is plain enough that with the
gates open they vvouhi come here In
armies. Mull are a drug In China.
Tho lountry teems with them, and
I nc populnthm ot China would still bu
dense alter a sulllcleut number had
come hero to control the whole labor
pioblem of the Unite., Htntes. Tint
wisdom of the Chinese exclusion net
has been abundantly dcmonstiateil,
nii at this moment thero nas been no
'clear reason given for throwing down
i tho bars. It remains for those who
Chinese Immigration io give the
ITorie llnute Express.!
Tho Ameilenn sugar trust und tli'(
I Hl.nna I..I., .. I. ..1.1 I... n ........
"-';' '""'""'"-"'": '""'r
a eiit-thront bus ness, ami from anoth
0' Is nn exnniplo of mil eel rallied rom
petition flom w'ulcli (ousumers reap
a benefit It shows that tho beet sugar
producers aie dangeious and feared
competltois ot the American Sugar
Company, which Is endeavoring to
crush them beiore they oeeome thor
oughly established, but the Industry la
established and glowing, giving em
p.oyment to agricultural und other In
..it., ti titi.i. ItifnTif Ititlituf pi' ,r ti In
duxti at all, which has been cneour
ngeil and elev eloped to betonio a povv
erlul factor In i.ie prevention of mo
nopoly, and It would be n misfortune If
the Atneilcnu hugnr company or ail
verse loglslntlon coiud cripple or ro
"" l'".. ' " ...
liLllVATH MEDICAL WORK.
lleikeley. Oct. 2... One of the most nilngs was entitled, amounting to
Important steps In the plans of the $Tll.Tu, and that an order to this effect
I'nlverslty of California to raise Itjlwns made nnd signed b tl nut on
nirdk.tl department to n high standard Frpiesnhcr 30.
ns a Hclcntllh- school has been taken In
n far-reaching advancement of the re
quirements for admission. Beginning
with the autumn of 1!ii),i all students I
who seek admission to the medical de-
partmeut must have completed two!
lull years of college work. This means partner, P. E. Thomphoii," continues
that students who arc now looking for- iilie nludnvlt.
wuril to the siiidy of medicine will The mntter bus nlri-ndy been con
have amide time to complete the prep- side rid by the court on motion by the
aratlnn which will be required of them
when the- tome to enter at that date,
prom the nature of the rcqulicmetit It
would be Impossible to place It In oper-
atloti for at least two ears and a half
from the first of the coming year, nnd
In order to give sulllclent notice thn
time has been made one vcar longer.
In the minds of the University au
thorities there Is no question thnt this
netlon will grcutly elevate the standanl
of medical education In California.
NCW VARIABLE 8TAP.
Northtleld. Minn., Oct. id. Dr. H.
C. Wilson, the Indefatigable astrono
mer at Ooodsell Obseivatory. has been
working ever stnto the new variable
'star was discovered In Perseus last
I Pebruary trying to plot its peculiar
light cntve. The new Btnr fluctuates
so Irregularly Hint tho curvo of Its
ngin inimsity is very interesting. Alt
er many months of labor tuci observer
has drawn the curve rroui uatu tur
nlshed from all tho roliaulu observa
tories all over tho world.
The variable star was scovercd by
Dr. Anderson of Edln'urgh on Pebru
ary 21st and up to Juno was visible to
the uakOd eye. Since then It has been
visible with the aid of an opera glass,
and In September w-as fairly ellstln-
gulshablo tu the trained naked eye.
Dr. Wilson has also obtained a photo
graph showing the peculiar and bril
liant oriole around Nova Persel.
HERR'CK FOB AMBASSADOR.
New York, Oct. 25. A special to ths
World from Washington says: Myron
T. Herrlck of Cleveland, n personal
friend of the Into President McKlney,
will succeed Ocorgo V. L. Meyer n
Embassador to Italy. Tills Is In an
rot dance with the program that hnd
been mapped out by President McKln
Icy. Mejer, who Is a wealthy citizen
of Massachusetts, was appointed tu
this post some months ago. It was re.
ported that it was not his Intention to
remain long abmad, owing to bis Inrgo
Interests In Massachusetts. It was stat
ed hero that Mejcr merely desired the
honor of having been one of tho Em
bassadors of this country. Meyer will
resign In the spring and Herrlck vv 1 1 '
get the place.
Ithaca, N, Y., Oct. 25. Prof. .II. II
Powers, formcily of Stanford Univer
sity, now professor of sociology nt Cor
nell, strongly reiterates his position
announced some time ago that feebU'
minded pcisons should be killed for tho
benellt of mankind,
"I am strongly In favor of kllllnn
oft tho weak In society for the benefit
of the strong,'; said I'rof. Powers to
day. "I would kill off the feeble mind
ed and all others who may be n bur
den, us I would Kill off so ninny rattle
snakes. Naturo foimerly weeded out
tllc ""' 1,ut 'l()w "fu '" madu so
mush easier that n l.irgo percentage of
.thoso who aro a burden to -no better
element arc helped to live.'
m RUPTURE filMD
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ttfiiift i"V MoisfiN- 1 'i'iiiii!tiiiii t 141 uicii
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S ,tyiit'l.-itiifi!il In lie rue
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nlYn-irH.l!il2i. hUlitlifttnllli'.nit I, e'nll intil Ite
UGXCIIC I KIJSS W "" "- .ewe. 11A FlUllf UCQ
IN RE W. II. CUMMINQS
ESTATE MONEY MATTERS
Wants Money for Services Rcndered--
ChambTS Summoned for Magoon
Thompson and Fred
A chambers summons was Issued b
Judge dear late jesterday commanding
J. A. Magoon, P. E. Thompson and P.
Wundcnberg to npprnr before him In
chambers nt 1:30 o'clock Tuesday af
ternoon, November 12. to show cutis ',
It nny they have, why the relief pray
ed for In nn accompanying nuldavlt ot
T. McCauts Stewart should not be.
The affidavit of Mr Stow art relates
to the estate of W. It. Cummlngs, de
ceased, and more particularly to cer
tain actions of the son nnd heir, T R.
Cummlngs. Mr. Stewart claims that
he was retained as attorney fpr T. H.
Cummlngs and thnt, while holding
such relationship, his client entered
Into nn agreement assigning one-half
of his interest In the1 estate of the fa
ther to (leorge MarMuim mid Ihu twe
agreed between tliim to employ an
other nttorney. Deponent was notified
that his services were no longer le
Deponent stnles further that he filed
In court on September C, 1901, notice lu
writing that he was duly retnlne-1 by
T. 11. CiimmlngK, th.it he had rendered
lilin set vices as attorney, hut that hit
retallii'i and fees had nut been paid.
That thereafter T. II. Cummlr.p
giving evidence of his confidence In th
exponent, leqiiested him to bring .
suit to cancel the ugrocment w til
Markhum but deponent declined so lu
do. Thereupon suit was brought cm
September 13. through Mngoon H
Thompson, and on behalf of T. II. Cum
mlngs, to cancel the agreement with
On September 2fi. motion was made
It. court (hiough the same nttornejs,
for an order requiring the administra
tor to pay to F Wundcnberg the sum
o( money then lu the hands of the ad
ministrator and to which T. II Cum-
The sum of money was paid to Willi
I'enberg and disbursed, In part, to Ma
goon & Thompson.
"Magoon. the senior purtner of th1
firm, nileel nlonn In tho matter and
without the knowledge of ills Jume t
le pe 'lent, and under an order to nur.v
carte, us more fully oppcars from ult
tin1 pipers and proceedings lu the ease.
I'pon tho hearing, the court var-atil
Its order directing the admlubtiatnr
In piy the sum of money to Wnndeu-
berg and has held that the order wns
In.picp'rly obulm d; fu't'ier, thai F.
I. Thompson in opeti court, ag.-c-ed to
the e i let- arid titlpulated that tno cu-n
'it mono) ve.i'le be raid buck iiilo tho
Thereupon and thereafter, Magoon
ttatcl In open court that ho would not
be bound by the stipulation n' his
Junior partner and that he could not
pay the money In com I ns tho nme
was !e "Ivcel and dlsbiuocd by P. AVun-
In moving for the order, Magoon de
prived cieponent of his rights, Henc-i
the order to show cause.
(Continued from Dale 1.)
has tamely given up Inherent rights
without any return, which Is stren
uously denied on the foregoing
What is even more Interesting is the
fact that inner clrcle-of the Cublnet
nie not nearly so sure of tho accept
ance of the convention us lire some
of tlie 'lending papers on both sides of
, the vvnter. When the terms are an-
nounced It Is feared that somo mem
bers of the Senate may still find obJ"c.
tlons and thut the forecasts so far pub
lished, alleging too sweeping "conces
sions" on the part of (Ireat Britain may
have a deleteilous e-ITect. For In
stance, the deduction that the pio
posed treaty In any way lealurms or
extends the scope of the Monroe Doe
true, meets with 11 denial by the For
egn Office. Por these and other rea
sons Lord I'niini-efotu is not likely to
nlftx his slgmitiiie to the document un
til a majority of the Senate shall have
had full opportunity for studying Cheat
REKULT OP NECI G '.NCE.
Judge HumphieyH has denied the
tiotlun of (ieo. A. Davis for leave io
file an nnswer to the complaint In the
chnmbers case of Ah Hlug vb. Ah On
after tfiu due time hud elapsed. It is
an action of trespass for unlawful ar
rest nnd ImpiNonment, plaintiff claim
ing .iuuu eiamngcs. Defendant is a
Clilncso policeman. In his nllldavit
supporting tho motion, defendant said
lie had a good deft use but by. mlstako
and Inadvertence ho neglected to In
struct IiIb counsel to 11 Io nn nnswer
within twenty dajs alter service of
London, Nov. 2, Lord Kitchener re
ports that threci additional olllcots
wcro killed nnd that-two moro wore
wounded during tho attack recently
niado on the rear guard of Colonel Hen
son's column near Hiakmcnlnngte,
New York, Nov 2. lMvvard Stokes,
who is seriously 111, has been gradual
ly growing weakor for soverul days
pnst and tho physicians who nttond nt
his bedside hnvo practically give up
hepo for his recovery.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our thetves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARE8,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLA83.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.-
The Correct Vehicle
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Parlj Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish. Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
IJ5 .Merchant Kt., next to Stancnvvnlel Building.
iTQTkl The Best
OUT OF ORDER
1179 River Street.
Bet. Bcretanta and Puuahi.
Tel. Blue S4I.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires pit on in Satis
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
havinp, made larjje additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the ratetof 25 cents pet dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your worlt.
WELL WORDED WANTS
for Ladies' Driving !
floods at the Lowest Price.
V the tiCHt plucc tu buy WALL
WINDOW SIIAD11K, ETC.,
Is ut 1 s 1 1 1 1
licretnnln 8t next to corner nt Emnui
P. O. Box 833. 'Phone Main 358.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attendcJ to.
Only competent help employed.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels &. Co.
HONOLULU, : I T. H.
8an Francisco Agents The No
rada National Dank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Novodn Na
tional Bank of San Francisco,
London Tho Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnnls.
Berlin Drcsdncr Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-Itocg-Shanghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of Ex
chango bought nnd sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banning
iitul Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, nrnilnble
iti nil tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1SDS, on fixed deposit 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., G months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SETS, JUNE Sj, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Hank lor monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OrFICnitS J. L. McLean. Presl.
dent: A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DinnCTOItS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. II. Grny,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Kcvcli, J. A. Lyle.
Jr., J. M. Little, U. S. Kurd.
A. V. GI'.AR.
OtTico Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
Savings Deposits will he
received and Interest allowed by the
Dunk at four and one-halt per cent
Printed copies of the Kulcs nnd Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Ofl.ce at bank building on Merchant
IllSHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 21.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Heserved Fund Yen 8.B10.000
HCAIJ OKKlCi:, YOKOHAMA.
The Dank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of '.chnni;o. Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, nnd tiansacts n
Keneinl banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
Kor 12 months 4
Por C months 3
For 3 months 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Spcclo Ilanlc.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Street
-constantly arriving keeps uur
-establishment always In 'the
-Your neighbor has told im
-about us und If you haven't ill-
-ready begun to trado. with us
-you aro wishing you were.
-We will not advertise) sugar,
-canned goods or cookies 'this
vveeh because) we Keep over)--thing
in the grocery lino, but
-tho Inducements we offer itrci
Cf COMPANY, LTD.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDO BUILDING
Architects, Contractor, and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
J. F. KILE)
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Bol itg
" Tel. 22
P. O. Box 771
Oeo. W. Page.
F. W. ilcardslee.
BEARD8LEE & PAOE
Architect! nnd Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshcd on Short Notice.
OK ALL KIND3.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen S? Robinson,
.Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, also
Office and residence, 312 Queen At,
near Government building.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MO VCD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or oftlce at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
WM. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukiil St., Near Nuuanu.
JONJIRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprletois of the popular
The pure' Juice of tho grapefruit. Tho
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing trult preparation Known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
LI MITE J.
Solo agents for thn Territory of Hu
vvnll. Ottlecf and Works, 601 Fort St.,
Honolulu. T. or II.
I'. O. box U2. (eland orders solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer. Cream Soda. WIIH r.h.rru. n.
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
ie, vppie biaer, nneappie, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Clmmnflnn,. P.ai Chsmna.... -i
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
ociucr, vicny ana pure Distilled Wa
ter from the BarnttraH Rill Rn,..
for family and medical use a specialty!
! ana neraica waver, ouc per
doz. Distilled Water in 3-gallon dem-
liohns. 10c nep nallnn .nnH R1,. ,k,..
on demijohn until returned.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Member Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale -ct Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Cullrornla 6t.-,
Sun l-ranclsco, Cul.