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Post Omre tlox ,718
FIUDAY DECEMBER 6, 1901.
A coon can bo a gentleman, which I
prorcd to be more than the Thurston
political following Is capriilo of.
Thurston's organ continues to fur
nish public nmusement by talking
about that "Dolo majority." That Is
a commodity Mr. Dolo has nccr en
joyed In his own party or out of It.
The attitude of the Governor's organ
toward T. McCants Stewart Is consist
ent with the stand It has taken toward
all men who presume to oppose the
Dole faction mnndates and mora es
pecially toward Hawaiian-Americans.
The only Home Ituler known to have
taken 1 art In the Republican prlmarh.i
was ono Keklpl, who was soliciting
voters for the Dole faction, .and ufler
the primaries became a speaker for
tho Homo Killers In the campaign.
Auditor Austin Is quoted as saying
that tho leal reason for the1 shortago
of money Is the less of tho custom
house Income, tnken over by tfie Fed
eral Government. Is this also the real
reason for the lack of funds to carry
on public work
It looks very much as though tho
Merchants' Association had been
buncoed in its efforts to test tho In
come tax to the full limit of th,e
courts. Tho merchants want action
not delay, and now recognize the wis
dom of tho old adage, "if you want a
thing well done, do It yourself,"
"T. McCants Stewart, ono of tho men
who protested against fraud nt Kallhl'
Is the caption under which the Adver
tlser of May 21, l'JOO. published the
picture of tho miin whom It now de
rides. The reason for this change of
heart ou the part of the Dole organ iJ
that this same Stewatt now stands In
opposition to the Dole crowd's efforts
to manipulate the Republican Territor
Governor Dole's organ says the pub
lln coffers are full, a btntement that l
dlsproicd by the statement of thu Ter
ritorial Treasurer when hd comes to
figure up the bills lie has to pay and
also by tho organ Itself In Its remarks
on the lack of money to carry out sani
tary measures required by the Board
of Health. If there was ever a false
promise It Is the "coffers arc full" affir
mations of tho Governor's organ.
The strenuous struggle over the re
moval of the slaughter houso at twllel
is u most remarkable affair made so
particularly by thu attitude of the At
torney General and those whom he ap
pears to represent. Over a year ago
orders were Issued for the removal of
the slaughter house and nothing has
been done. How tho meat trust can
now with good reason nsk for further
tlnio Is beyond tho comprehension of
the average citizen.
High Sheriff Iliown's prompt action
In going on a search for the purported
difficulty In the Kau police department
ought to satisfy the most ardent
critics ot police methods In the ngltated
Hawaii district. It Is safe to say that
the citizens of Kau will have ample
opportunity to prove the shortcomings
of tho police. Tho much sought Inves
tigation has been granted and will bfl
conducted by the High Sheriff In per
son. It now remains for Kau critics
to produco their evidence.
It seems ttrnnge that Oahtt College
cannot be conducted by anyone with
out Its periodical row between teach
ers and scholars or among tho teach
ers themselves. Hitherto the college
difficulties have appealed to the pub
lic as a rase of too much trustcelsm
and refusal on their part to stand by
thoso placed In authority. The pres
ent trnublo has much the appearance
of a tempest In a tea pot; a misun
derstanding and wrong Interpretation
of the motives of discipline.
Direct appeal from a labor organlza
Hon for representation In the Home
Hulo party shows clearly In which di
rection the Dole faction Is influencing
the labor voto of tho Territory. Thur
ston says the nntho Hawaiian party
deals fast and loose with all citizen
except thoso of Hawaiian blood but
the facts Indicate that the laboring
men hnvo a higher degree of rcspert
for tho organization which Thurston
condemns than tho one which he seeks
to control. Tho Republican organlza
tlnn can get and ought to have tho la
bor vole but It will never be obtained
through the methods Thurston stands
It Is gratifying to nolo tho develop
ment In ngrlcultuial Industry along
lines other than sugar production
Thero Is no reason why tho canning
a lid preserving of fruits should not
now become among the most profitable
of tho Islands. Fruit farms furnish
nil tho opportunities that can be cle
ared by the much discussed small
farmer and under the present tariff
rates ussuro good piofits. A recent ex
change received at this' offlco speaks
of tho appearance In the New York
market of dried bananas which were
being well received by the trado. If
tho Bulletin Is properly informed this
Industry was once taken tip locally
but failed of success owing to the ta-
riff on dried and preserved frulti, With
the tariff now a protecting barrier It
ought to be poss.ble fur Hawaii to
launch out In a variety of small agri
cultural Industries capable o secur
ing a good Income (or tho farmer In
the held as well as tho capitalists and
Illti KfcAL UIHflCULTY.
The real reason for the shortnge of
Territorial finks U the refusal ot tho
(junn.or to ute the uiians at ms dis
posal to obtain funds.
Oiilct.il organs ot the Governor one
day point uui Hint tlurc Is sulllcleiit
luoney In the 'treasury to catry on a
guuintiunt economically administer
id, Hint tna Lnitua Statin Congress Is
not cuiled In cxtr.i scislon Just, be
cause a much desired appiojrlatlou has
I lautd, and In the next breath tney
I muko positive assertions regarding the
critical chatuctir of tho' situation by
iWiuizatioiiH to make up die (tendency
Horn their private purse or nihooate a
tall tit on I'rdcrnI authority for finan
cial nsiistonce. Ihc attitude of the
organs olctng tho sentiments of the
faction controlling the Governor's ac
tion Is Inconsistent In every detail ex
cept In the constancy of Its blackguard
ism and steadfast opposition to tho ac
ceptance ot legal methods of admlnls-
trutlon In dealing with tho finances of
I tho Territory which havo practically
1 rcacncci n crisis ana where a lack o
( funds to work w 111) Is fast becoming a
menace to the business community.
ins menus- ami me Governor
ciaim 10 sec ineir duty in cliaslng;snow a grenier increase, 'mo aver
around Kobln Hood's barn, over the.nBe domestic production for tho same
tough trails of illegality mid through ZCCVi0. J8 15,n-ofl10.00(' pounds. The
the swamps Improvident expedients' RBrM,pr?l!Lc"2," "L'00'??"""
inning no bottom of public connaence. p".."" hneVCr' Was MW
'His friends" and tho Governor see tit Until within tho last two yenrs
to lloundcr about inthc pathway of when tho Porto Hlco market was
public enor, shouting epithets and vll- opened to tho United States, tho lm-
liflcatlon nt any who would stay their
mad rush In which
feat, rather than
duty, follow tho route mapped out by
the law, and towards which honest,
straightforward citizens urgo them.
The present policy of Governor Dole
Is destructive In ull Its relations ta
public welfare. It pioduccs and con
tinues Btrlfo when there Is ocry rea
son for cooperation and peace. "His
friends" and Governor Dolo say they
cannot do anything with tbo Legisla
ture. Of courso they can't They ab
solutely refuse to make the effort.
They refuse to take any step towards
reaching an understanding with the
Legislature that decency and order
may prevail In the Territorial admin
istration. They 'harp uron their own
purity of action, blandly assert their
own superiority of judgment and carpi J100''0'8 annually, n Inrgo portion of
first nt the Almighty for having crcat- ",?'"," tJ.!.,''1111 "T,""10'1 Jn !''u
t-d Hawallan-Amcrlcans and second nt Am" can X nlan. n' wn'0.". hC
the United States Congiess for having IMs" rtis".. more S
given these citizens a toting voice Inlnnvthlng else, that has stimulated the
ho affairs or tho Territory, And while ' production or rlco during the Inst two
mesH priests or the Temple mumble ,
their "holler than thou" prayers, the
bttslncfs of tho Territory tends steadi
ly downward, and tho priests kneel be
foio Federal authority to do tho work
w hlch they can but will not do.
There Is a way out of the difficulty
through the channels laid down by the
Organic Act of the Territory. All that on or CongrcsT" added ho MaV
Is requhed is a nun nt the head or , aeliiisnii. hn,m T ,,..i . i. .....
affairs who will do Us plain duty. This
unfortunately the Territory docs not
THE RECIPROCITY OU TL03K.
I Minneapolis Tribune.
Senator Lodgo's declaration In ravor
of reciprocity treaties Is very slgnlfl -
cant. Senator Lodge Is the President'
most Intimate personal friend, and ho "!.ra , . niR' ''''"P"0 tl10 opposition
.oiccs as near as anibodv to belne his . A?0 ,,pet nml cnno mKT Interests
man. Together they represent tho their command to jrovent Congress
ounger and more progressive clement from granting concessions to tho su
In the Republican party, with which '"" planters of Cuua. Hawaiian sugar
President McKInley had gotten Intu'1 no admitted freo or duty, an is
such close touch before his death nnd , "l0, bll"lr from ,,orto Rlco- ''"
which always has taken the Initiative TJV nn,.n1,i.1J"iBar W0".Id
tit . 1 """ """".
At.otu.j m ici't-uuui, iioi'ii in u curl-.
ous way. wncnover more vital is
sues disappear for tho time, the tariff
question bobs up, nnd It nlways ap
pears first In tho Republican party,
though tho Democrats are quick ta
seize upon It as a means or making
party capital when obstructive divi
sion in the Republican ranks prevents
effective legislation. Practical agita
tion generally begins first In the West
Free trade theorists grow in New En
gland colleges, but their influence
rarely extends beyond callow youth
Tho tariff agitation that made trouble)
fifteen years ago camo from the very
class of. western producers that nre he
ginning to movo ror reciprocity now,
The producers aro now reinforced bj
n largo and importunate, body of west
The reciprocity movement Is much
stiouger now than the tariff revision
movement was In tho 'SO's, not on!y by
tho union of manuracturcrs with pro
ducers, but by practical sympathy and
support In the East, represented by
men llko tho President and Senator
Lodge. There Is lcsj probability than
thero wns then that Democrats will be
able to turn It to their own political
account, or tlint tho country will have
to pay tho pcnulty or another Wilson
bill, reconstructed by Gorman, though
tho latter Is coming back Into public
urn just in tlnio to be or service lr the
opportunity should be cicuted for him.
Miss Dorothea Klumpkc, a San Fran.
Cisco girl und tho greatest woman nt-
tronomer in tho world. Is now tho cen
tral nguro In a most remarkable low
romance, she was wooed and won
whllo up In the clouds. While tiho
wns up In n balloon lu Paris maklns
photographs of tho stars her scientific
colleague seized the occasion to pro
pose, and wns accepted. Tho happy
man is Dr. Isaac Roberts, n famous
English astronomer, who Is 72 jcars of
age. Ho Is the head of the observatory
at Crowborotigh, In Sussex yeuuty, En
gland. Ho writes the letters, Sc, D.,
K. R. S., F. It. A.,' F. O. S., after his
name. In spite of his years, lie Is still
Physically as well as Intellectually
The Bulletin's special industrial edi
tion can bs obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Kibtl fUK MOKIO HiCO.
Now York Commercial.
Evidence is accumulating every day
that tbo effort made by the United
bintes Government to more nearly ap
proximate tno production and con
sumption of rice in tnis country is
Lieanng lrmt. Not only navn planters
in Louisiana and Texas added mate
rially to their crops and extended the
mo tlcids, hut B.ientiuus cliorts navo
been and are being mado to raise tnu
plant in California wntcn State con
sumes upward 01 4o,uw,uou pounus
nnnuully and tnero can bo mile
dotiui 1 nt other sections ot tho Irrl
gable lands In tho Sotunwest will be
brought under rice cultivation. Klcc
m n proline plant and repays wen
every Intelligent c.iori to Incrca'se tho
crop. Agcnis of the'Govcrumcnt pro
dice thai wi.hln five years tho neces
sity lor rico imports will liavo van
Itlco Is extensively used for food
throughout the world; Indeed, It leads
nil otner grain as an article or dlot,
nut Its cluet consumption is In warm
climates, because u is deficient In
ucrn-innKtng elements, 75 per cent ot
lis ingredients being or a starchy na
luro. Hut now methods of nieuar.itlnn
and commercial push are introducing
It into now channels oven In io colder
pans ot mis country.
Tho Agricultural Department Ima
railed nttcntlon to the met tnat rice
is mo ono cereal grown In this coun
try that Is produced In less quantity
than domestic coiisuiniitinr. pulls Inr
Tho average annual consumption In
the United States for tho ten years
ended with 1900 wns 250,000,000
tmiimlll. ntltl fnr thn anann KlAiinf .h.
I. ..., ...... .... ... ot-unvu Atlvvi tilt'
consumption wns over 281,000.000
pounds. This year In expected to
";" " 'lomestlc rlco hail nt no time
Ing 1900. 40 nor cent or ne.irlv is
O0O.CO0 pounds of the exports .were
of tho lower grades of domestic rlco.
In fact, tho I'orlo Rlco market has
proved a boon to tho rice planter, giv
ing him a market for such Rradcs of
rice as ho could formerly dispose of
only with difficulty, and nt a material
advance in price. Indeed, tho entlrn
situation has been changed for ths
better for" both planter and dealer by
bo Porto Rlco factor.
Tho duty upon rlco Imported Into
tho United States Is i cents per pound
and, as Porto Rico Is now an Integral
part of tho United States, tho duty
throws a part of tho Porto rtlrn mn.
sumption from foreign to domestic
rice. Rut. If tho full consumption of
Porto Rlco In upward of ono million
THU SUGAR TARIHP.
1 Baltimore Sun.1
Senator Lodge asserted leccntly In
a magazine article that "if assure
a market for Cuban sugar we shall
wunout nctlon in this dliectlnn .' Mr.
Lodge represents an Influential section
or the Republican opinion in tho East
ern Stntes. Tho Chicago Inter-Ocean,
which Is a Republican newspaper ot
tho most orthodox type, Is ns.pro
uounced on advocate or concessions
to Cuba as tho .Vassachusetta Sena
tor, our Western contcmnnrarv
w'"l'l also admit Cuban sugnr to tho
mrkclB of tho United States on raoro
f viuweci in mo samo lient by Amor
wuu i-uiinuiucrs IB UOUUtlUI,
Everybody who bought our pretty
WALL. PAPIihS told Homebody
nliout It nntl somebody told ooiuc
body clue, ho now It Is known
ubout town thnt ilicrc Ik no ti
pliicc In Honolulu whci'o PINE
WALL PAPERS, LINOLP.UA1S,
ETC., en n be bought an it
ilcretimla St., nenr cor. ot Hiiinin
COnil AND 51 B US.
HART & CO.,
rilE ELITE ICE CREAM I'AKLHKS
Fine Ice Creams and Water Ices,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
they are dragging "'""" pusi ten years ueen over m
to dtszrnrn nnd de.. ,vrcl,u OI ln0 unnl exports, tho o her
.,.!? .i" ?i,.- 9J ",,r conl l,cln lorcK" "Co biought
ncccpt theli' plain tn thu mnnii-v rn. .....?. . ..... .. "
: " --.j .. iuvaiuiii unit iiur-
WVKN1N0 fltlt.LhTIN. TIONOLtJLU. II. T., FIUDAY,
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
A PRE8II INVOICE OP
direct from factory.
The Correct Vehicle
uupucateot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I3B Merchant 8t., next to Htnngcnwnld Bulldlnft. p '
Great Book Sale
THE GOLDEN RULE
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
. determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK "as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 10 50 per cent.
This reduclion Is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at tl.Is sale, and those who come
first will get firyr choice. We have just opened and
placed on our shelves QVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are aP be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for Si. 25, now go forSi.oo; $1.50
books go for Si 20, and all other books sold proportion,
ately low. All Good Sold for : : :
J. ML WEBB, - Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE !
Tho undersigned assignee of Bon. Oiicrrero offers ror sale the follow,
ing. Including the goodwill of the crocery store heretofore doing business
inilor name as above on Miller street, near Uorctanla: "
. COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION 8AFE. ONE HOR8E.
ONE DELIVERY WAQON.
The abovo will bo sold at less than cost and a full description can be
md or samo by calling on
, !i. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis . Co., 1060 Fort 8treet. "
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
DECBftfBKR 6, 1M1.
- 50LB AGENTS FOR -
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
This Is put up In special heavy cases
and coated tins to avoid waste and
The Best Cold Wutcr Point
flAQNI I E PAINTINfJ flACtllNE
for Ladies' Driving !
Wm. O. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, i t T. H.
8an Francisco Agenta The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union iBank ot Lon
, New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants'' National Bank.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand. ,
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills or Ex
change bought and aold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tbo principal cities' of tie
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (thic form will
not lfcar interest unless it rcmnins
undisturbed for one month), 3
montlis 3 per cent., 0 mouths 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Baildiig aid Loai
ASSETS, JUNE 4j,' 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security,
A Saving Bank tor-monthly deposits.
HOUSOS built on the mnnthlv Inn, ull.
TwcntV-thlrd Sorioa nf RlnxV l t.n
OKF1CEI18 .1. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. B. dray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
Secroturv. 1 -
DHtnCTOnS Jl L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray.
J. D. Holt A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyie,
Jr., J. M. Little, U.'h. Boyd.
A. V. QEATl.
Ofllce Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
. ...Savlnci nrnnnlln will tu
received and Interest allowed by the
uanic at lour and one-halt per cenj
Printed conies of thin nniMumi n..
ulatlons may bo obtained on applica
Office at bank bulling on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
Tbe Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Cupital.... Yon 24,000.000
Paid Up Capital ...,l Yen 18.000,000
Boserved Fund i Yen 8.610,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Itnnlt Imva mii1K)rf)lvaa'rip MAi
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
nnd Lottern nf nriullt 'nml inna..t.
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For C months . . i 31
Fnr 3 mnntfia .
Branch ot the Yokohama Snerln nanV
New Republic Bid., ill King Street
What Will You Need
In view of tho murli-infnvising de
mands fnr Ornnmmilnl ffnllitnv Wnn.
orations nnd wliol3omii Dainties, our
Kiiropean ami Eastern roprcseiuatlvc?
havo given extraordinary caro and at
tention to our solectlonH this year and
wo tun promlBH our friends tho latest
and nowest designs nud' novelties tho
nuriu a murKUls prouueo.
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 210.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FIN .NO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architect, Contractor and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITASOISWAID BID., , MOROltllU
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
GENERAL' CONTKACTORS I i
P. O. Bl Ik
Geo. W. Pago. TeL
F. W. Beardslee. P. O. Boi 771
BEARD8LEE A PAQB
Architects and Builder.
Ofllce, Rooma 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimate fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Alln A Roblnaon,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend) ta
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden bulldjnga, alts
OfflfiA nri raaif4M. 444 .... '
near Government building.
H. P. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa'
King street. Orders left at either aho
or office at John Notfa store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wlna Deattra.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W.M.Cunnlnaham. Jno. 8c'hatftr.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves ,& Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
The New N
apposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
Tho mirn Iii'Ioa nt tiA HM.t4 m..
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71. .
Soda Water Works Co.,
80I0 agents for the Territory of Ha
wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort Bu
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. bOX 462. Talnni npjm .nll.
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer. Cream Snria. uim ou..... ..
anpe, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsap
"1 1 1 ft Zsim 1 11 ... A i- a . . . .
a ' """ m, i-emon, Ginger
Ale. Annie Cdnr. di..,..i. n" u
Champagne, Orange Champagne, K0I.1
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
..,, ,wMJf ana rure Distilled Wa
ter from tha R,rn.h.il Clll n. .
for family and medical use a specialty!
j BreT l!nd A(""Ud Water, 60c per
nohn.Dli,ntll,ed Wa.t,er ln 3-8ailon "
IJohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
on demijohn until returned.
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poisoi
sr ji:,"."'."...".'"."'! "' -" "; ;-" ;
cook Remedy Co
Mn4 Ik, ,m u, i, tku M.FM, ,IMw
jasSs .! A'iiy.ii
? ft- -' 4tofc4 i , ir jffosj "WrwtatojaMfiii