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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T., MONDAY, DECEMIIEn 2, 1901.
Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, here are a few Items which
j J I ought to Interest ou:
full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 Inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Other at 80c, $1, $1,25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 Inches $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth 300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3.5, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen,
Now on view In our
storo will be given to
tho most popular
child. A voting tick
et will bo given with
each cash purchase.
We ha e also a good assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
in sets for round, oval, long and short
square tibles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
DimitieSjLawns and Batistes
regular value, 15c and 20c per yard, to close
at II fop $1.00.-
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo have now a large stock of the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Are protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, wanting,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the root
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Are proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
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CHRISTIAN -ANDREWS TELLS
OF SOME METHODS USED
Draws the Deadly Parallel on Board
of Education Will Run His
School Against All
Mr. Editor, wo are Indeed ery grate
ful to you for the space nllotted the
article on the 18th Inst. I, the under
signed liao been requested to mnkn
these farts known; nnyonc gainsaying
these facta as stated, Is requested to
Hie tho 12cnlng Ilulletln us tho
medium of correspondence. We arc
ahn ready to prate any assertion v,c
mnkc. Wo nro armed with document!
and witnesses. Wo won't accept nny
"nnfntr In mi ti 1I110" nt lirnnilarrnllirn
charges as Mr. Inspector made whllfjjls Surprised at Apathy OvCf Exclu
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices en
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your,
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON 'BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
BOX 886 EtaiTL 2Ifi
HOLIDAY 8T0CK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of, Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. B01 MI.
THE OLDEST CHi.TCB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Daartta la Flai Sllki Hi Gttti Llama. CSIum as JtptMM Good, or All Klala.
io-it Nuuanu atrial
ELL WORDED WANTS IN
THE BULLETIN J
"Vox Populn" or "Home Rule" I be
lieve stands for county gocrnment.
That blessing will come. Until we do
get It, we will liato to "poiscsa our
souls In pence." petition of 100
signatures Is forwarded to the Depart
ment of education and It Is Ignored;
the "common" people (as we wcr
called some time ago) what rights
havo they to demand anything?
People here say that this time no
tally, smile, gin or money will In
fluence their votes. Eery otlng mnn
of the place signed for the teacher In
whom they and their children had con
fidence and they were contemptuously
Ignored. All this Is bad enough but
that Is not nil.
The pcoplo will not accept the teach
cr thnt Is thrust upon them In lieu uf
the one they wanted, so a private
school was started, after sec. 21 of the
school laws of '9G had been complied
with, at least on their part. Why the
Department should withhold granting
tho permit bothers us ery little. We
followed the law to the letter, and I,
the teacher of their children air icr
tnlnly qualified nnd hnc been It fur a
quarter of n century.
A year ago the Department wrote
me a note, saying (1 quote erbatlm
from n letter dated Sept. 18th, 1900)
" there bccitib to be no authority
to refuse a permit provided that aboe
conditions arc compiled with."
Besides the Department had ampla
time to Issue a permit, but then, you
know poor common people can man
age to wait. The petition reached the
Department on the 13th InsL return
mall was here on the 19th, but no per
mit. Miss Paris, the school agent, saw
fit to break up the private school by
forbidding principals to grant re
leases, and furthermore by taking
pupils from my school and forcing
them to attend tho government school
against tho wishes of the parents and
uf tho children.
Then she gave orders to her satel
lite, the truant officer, to have me
brought before the courts. In case I'd
refuse to Bend my own children to the
government' school. Now this was
three days after I started my prlvato
school. A year ago when Kev, N'uuli',-
wa took thirty-five of my school chil
dren and started his (mlsslonnry)
private school, he had no, qualified
man at the nead of the school, but tho
Department would not allow him to ba
molested for ten weeks. When after
tin weeks I had the aud:clty to '.mo
hlo and his cllqin haukd up, thi
Ecpartmeut sent mo a portion of the
"R'ot Act." I quote I'.rlmtlm fm.n a
Utter dated Sept. 18th. I'M:
"Your action In instituting legal
proceedings and having people ar
rested without communicating with
the Department and without Its
knowledge, was outside the line of
your duty and outside the limits of
goodsense as well. It naturally raises
a suspicion that the trouble has K'cn
partially due to your own lack of
tact and judgment.
Section 33 of the school laws says
nothing about consulting the Depart
ment before making an arrest. Tho
above portion of the Department's let
ter to mo should be sent to Miss
Paris. Every iota of It applies to her.
She ordered me hauled up three dajs
after I started my school; tho Depart
ment will In all likelihood approve her
That law seems to be very malleable.
If a missionary, even If he Is not quali
fied opens and runs a school for ten
weeks; don't molest him, he is one of
"ours." But 100 men and women open
up a school of their own and put In a
qualified man who Is the owner of a
life certificate and one who taught
successfully for twenty-fho ears. That
school Is broken up immediately, be
cause, those people don t like mission
aries and the teacher, unfoitunntcly, U
In a year's time tho "boomerang"
will be homeward bound. Had luck
to the ones that threw it; they'll get It
there, where the chicken got tho
hatchet. The Republican party will
lime to thank tho local representative
of tho Department for treating the
ptoplo so contemptuously. 80 much
for politics. Of school mnttcrs, I'll
tjKc. good care. My school will stand
second to none nnd the people know-
It. As regards religion, thnt wilt work
out Its own salvation or perdition. Thu
Hook of books speaks of good trees
bearing good fruit. How can a bad
tree bring foith good fruit? Ono for
mer church member said ho'il be
d d beloro he'd ever put a foot Into
the church In which charity Is preach
ed from tho pulpit; but hardly are they
outside, these, pious leaders vllllfy
their neighbors nnd oppress poor peo
ple. I believe In giving my enemies all
tho ropo they want; they will eventu
ally break their necks. My wrongs of
Koolau havo been avenged; my princi
pal accuser "dressed in a little brief
authority" played such fantastic
trlcka before high Wavens" that now
he Is lying flat on his back, rid of all
government pap. As regardB Napoo
poo developments, all I have to say Is,
"Qui vlvera, vera." Justice Is some
times dealt out even on this sldo of
tho famous Klver Styx.
To havo tho accuser and his witness
net as Judge over tho accused ono is
n thing unheard of, but that Is Just
what happened In our case. We yelled
ourselves blue for a "fair" Investiga
tion, and the accuser Is sent to sea
Into tho mutter. Now wo don't ask
for any further Investigation. Wu
want that permit and wo'll get It, even
should wo bo hauled up In our at
tempts; a falrmlnded jury will cause
A penult to bo Issued.
passing through Kona. The people
were perfectly disgusted with hltu
and the villainous way he treated me,
and them as well,
Your esteemed paper and the Hono
lulu Republican arc papers that are ad
mired everywhere.. They are open to
the cries of the oppressed, they advo
cate pure politics and government of
the people. My two bosses have play
ed directly Into the hands of the Home
Rulers. You remember, Mr. Editor,
tho more Hon. R, W. Wilcox was villi
Bed a vear ago by his enemies, tho
more was he ndored by tho Home Rul
ers. So much, Mr. Editor, for today.
If jou will kindly accept what the De
partment calls my "petty grievances."
It continued blacklisting and a final
discharge which entails malicious op
pression nnd starvation and possible
Imprisonment nro "petty grievances"
what on earth will the Department
call the complaint of tho pious school
agent, stating that "a screw was out
of tho gato" of her "little red school
house"? CHRISTIAN ANDREWS.
Napoopoo, Nov. 21, 1901.
HILO KINDERGARTEN WORK.
lltlo. Nov. 29. The Illlo Kindergar
ten Association has been .iulng excel
lent work this jenr under the direc
tion of Miss Maud Cheek. Tho facili
ties nt the Klndergnrten school build
ing, on School street, nro fully taxed
by the sixty-odd children who attend.
Miss Cheek 1st nsslsted In tho work of
Instruction by Miss Menloha and Minn
Nena Eaton. At tho present time th
children havo on hand the preparation
of their parts for a Christmas cntel
talnment. Tho Kindergarten in Illlo owes Its
success to tho efforts of Mrs. J. A.
Scott, who became interested In tho
work In 1800. The money for the sup
port of the school is all raised by pop
ular subscription. Tho ladles In
charge say that their requests havo
always met with liberal responses of
cash from the people. At present
thcro Is no debt and tho work Is in tho
best condition. Tho Instruction Is frco
to children of all nationalities.
Tho school Is managed by a commit
tee appointed by the Woman's Hoard.
This commttteo at present consists of
Mrs. J, A. Scott, president; Mrs. Ter
ry, treasurer; Mrs. Kurneaux, secre
tary, and Mrs. Steele nnd Miss Deyo.
HILO BA8BBALL. PR0GRB8S.
RESIDENT GIVES WARNING
TO PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA
sion Law Influence of Coolie
Chinese Has Been
Illlo. Nov. 29. The Illlo Hascball
League held a meeting last Monday
nnd transacted important business,
Tho generous purso offered by tho
VolcaiV) Stables to have the Initial
game of tho season played at tho park
on Thanksgiving Day served to Inspire
tho boys with tho heller that baseball
will bo popular with all classes in
Illlo this winter. The encouragement
from business men has been generous
and substantial. At the meeting Mon
day night .the committee on grand
stand and grounds was authorized to
proceed with the work on the Board.
tng School campus. This grand stand
will bo completed In time tor tho sec
ond game, which will bo played Sat
urday, December 7. irlbune.
Onomea Lunn In Court.
Illlo. Nov. 29. J. Gardner, luna at
Onomea, was In Judge Hapal's Pollen
Court Monday, charged with assault
ing a Jananeso with an Instrument im
minently and obviously dangerous to
life. Tho Instrument turns out to be
an ordinary hoe. '1 hero was a mix-up
of some kind, out of which tho Jap
came with an honorable scar on tho
Side of his head. Tho caso was con
tinued until next tiicsday. Trlbunu.
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Lum Hln Comrntttcdf
Illlo. Nov. 29. I.um Hln. tho China
man who was arrested at Waimca last
week, charged with an attempt to
poison seventeen of his countrymen,
was committed by Judge Hapal last
Friday to await investigation at tho
hands of tho Grand Jury at tho Jan
uary term. The crlmo charged Is
that of assault with intent to commit
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Son Diego. Nov. 17. Krom Ensena
da. Lower California, comes a letter
urging the people of California against
failure to uso every effort to prevent
the threatened Influx of Chinese labor
Into this country. Tho writer, an
Amerlcnn business man who expocta
some time to return to this country,
depicts tho Btate of affairs on thu west
CuflBt of Mexico, where the people
havo not had tho protection of n
deary exclusion law and where tho
deadly effect of unrestricted Immlgra.
tlon may be dally seen on the public
streets. Ho warns CallfornlatiH
against allowing such n condition t
become possible here. Ills letter fol
lows: "Ensennda, Ixiwer California, Nov.
15, 1901. There seems to bo somo
apathy In Southern California regard
ing the renewal of the Chinese exclu
sion act, and I wish I could bring be
fore' jour people tho object lesson
which this district or Mexico teaches,
to remind those In California of what
a tremendous calamity will mvrtnko
them If they fall In foresight In tho
question. Tho 'yellow poill' has drop
ped out of sight Inigely during the re
spito afforded since tho exclusion act
tins been In force, nnd It seems evi
dent thnt tho people are viewing the
approaching crisis with a IlKtleitinend
that Is rcmarknhle.
"When tne exclusion act went into
effect. It diverted a considerable
stream of Chinese Into Mexico. They
came by way of San Kranclsco to tho
west coast of Mexico and to this en
tire peninsula. Tho Chinese mer
chants and manufacturers ate to be
found In almost every town, certainly
In every large one. As the standard
of living of the people with whom
they compete Is not very high their
advent has not been an unmixed evil
and not so great a detriment as It
would bo In a country of uigher gen
eral civilization than this. Here tho
Chinese, control tho vegetable markets,
tho overall factories, shoe factories
and laundrlcB and they have nearly
driven the keepers of small stores out
of business, lleshles this they havo
developed the opium den In all its hor
ror. "There Is no question as to the In
dustrlousness and and meekness of
the Individual Chinese, working as n
cook or as a laborer In tho country,
but the real ulceration in tho body
politic commences upon their asso
ciating in numbers In town. Then the
meek cook, laborer or laundryman be
comes tho blear-eyed, stupefied opium
fiend, whom the Cnllfornlan has near
ly forgotten since 'the plague was
stayed.' and It seems to me he stands
In great danger of having him again
In his midst unless there Is more
strenuous opposition to tho humani
tarian friends of Minister Wu Ting
Fang In the Eastern colleges, who
seem to be beguiled with tho 'brother
hood of man' feeling which will permit
them to foist on the Callfornlans a
burden in which they themselves have
"Tho Eastern workman is protected
by his alien contract labor laws and
ho Is thereforo exempt from a flood of
low-grado competitors: the South Is
bearing Its largo burden for the aim
of its fathers, In tho negro; and Call
fornla, freed of Its former burden and
peril of tho Chinese has grappled with
full energy with the development of
Its territory nnd no part of tho United
Btates shows In tho laBt census a
neaunier and firmer growth. To con-
tinuo that development the Callfor
nlan should bestir himself while there
Is tlmo and securo tho co-operation of
tho East In the passing of tho national
law which safeguards the Pacific
HE 8TOP8 SPECULATION.
London. Nov. 21. King Edward has
checkmated tho thrifty Ilrltlsh uoblcs
and others who proposed to lino their
pockets with American and Continent
al gold by tho salo of their seats In
Westminster Abbey lor tho coronation
ceremonies, by decreeing that except
in an official capacity none but Ilrlt
lsh subjects nro to bo present. Ho
has decided that tho mero fact of any
seat being Bold dispossesses both thu
holder and tho nominee from thu right
of occupying It.
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