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. r.NtNO HUI.Lt.TlN, HONOLULU, It. T., MONDAY, DEC. 9. 1901.
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.DECEMHEII 9, 1901.
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I.oiils Exposition tnnnagcrs bIiuw
every State and Territory, except Hu
wall making preliminary plans tor a
Urst-class representation In 1903,
coursa about universal suffrage, ami
they tell ybu n great deal about thu
dimculttcs of overcoming somo body
of people that they didn't know much
about; but they generally locate It
somewhere down on the East Sldu
(Laughter.) It always reminds me of
the fishing In the country, the fishing
nine miles nway over the mountain
was fine, but vhen you got over there
It was still finer nine miles away. Now,
there Is one thing these men always
talk about themselves wllli the great
est air of sincerity why, I almost
came to believe them, myself.
"Now, In this canvass 1 spent most
of my tlmo down In this great region
that we, who neor see. It, or most ol
us who never see It, speak nboitt n
the East Side that great East Side as
to which universal suffrage should
never have been extendi d; that great
East Side as to which more stringent
naturalization laws should apply; that
great East Side which Is this and In
tlint.mul Is ever thing In the descrip
tion which people of our class glv
utterance to other tlmn what It really
Is; In that great East Side from th
of votes cast, and no doubt the same
'methods prevailed elsuwhcrc. Tho
tender consciences of Alabama politi
cians do not discountenance 1 rands till
they have things nrrnuged so as to
havo their say without, them. Then,
of course, they will becomo virtuous.
The new constitution, however tnlnt
cd with Iraud, will become the funda
mental law of Alabama. Under it
Statu elections "will bo held only onco
In lour years. The terms of tho Gov
ernor, l.lcuiennnt (lovernor an of
llco newly created and members of
tho Legislature nru for four years. Tho
executive olncers nro made Ineligible
to succeed themselves, and tho (.lov
ernor may not tnke any other olllco
luring his term or lor n year thorn
atter. The Legislature meets In reg
ular session onco lu lour years, Instead
of biennially, ns now, nnd Its session
Is limited to fifty days. It Is deprive!
of practically all local legislative pow
crs. Municipal Indebtedness of clllcl
under six thousand population Is lim
ited to 8 per cent of tax values and
In large cities to 7 per cent. Extra In
debtedness may, however, ba Incurred
lor BcnoolhoiiBcs, waterworks and sew
ers. Property Is henceforth to bo as
sessed at C5 per cent of Its actual
value Instead of io per cent. Tho prcs'
The Republican Territorial commit
tee has to consider at Its next meeting
whether It will commit political suicide
ns urged fiy Thurston or conduct Its
business on fair lines nnd uphold
n policy of fair representation.
nf what LI Hung Chang wanted done, .innvn Instantaneous, heartfelt, earn
lifter he died will compare favorably : (,( rcspoie, nnd that was when those
with the variety of positive assertions pc0,,0 WCie appealed to. not ns Jews,
un what wnsumgton omcinis iniuK oi not n8 Germans, but ns American cltl
Hawaii In Its new citizenship has (it
ers towards whom the so-called go em
inent faction arts ns tho professional
citizens of New York do toward the.
great East Side. It Is charged that
Hawallan-Amcrlcnns should never
bare been granted the franchise, that
they represent the lowest elements of
political life, jet thu man who appeals
llctwccn Increased Inter-Island
freight rates nnd shipments direct lo lh(,m t,0 c,nmon ground of Am
from tlio Coast to tnc otner isiantis, rrcnll citizenship llnds just as hearty,
the merchants of Honolulu nro fast n3 cnrpSt usponsc as did Jeromo In
coming to know the meaning of "lle-.Ul0 Rrca't Kn(,t sijc jt , refusal
tween the Devil and the deep sea." l)y offlcl factions and Its friends to
Ideal with these pcoplo as Americans
Thurston says President lloosevclt that furnishes the secret of local strife
staunchly sustains Governor Dole. nnd the open failure of the ndmtnlatra
President Itooscvelt doesn't sustain Hon.
any color lino campaign such as tho I -
Dole faction stands for. Thurston will ANTAGONIZING THU V0TEI.8.
soon dl8coer that he spoke too soon
JUBt ns be did In the Humphreys case.
Thurston's color line organ which Is
nlso the oindal organ of tho Territory
There Is a laughable discrepancy be-' Indulges In ono of Its dally exhibitions
tween tho Advertiser' assertions about of Ignorance and vlclousncsn which dls-
llooscvclt's opinions on tho Governor- gust honest men and amuse those who
hlp and the eagerness with which It I understand the true, character of the
' urges Judgo Little to get out of the men behind the organ and Its mallei-
tace. Little can give the Dolo faction
cards and spades on the attitude of his
Not since the Territory was estab
lished has the organ of Thurston and
. , the Governor supported the itepublt-
Is Itnny wonder now that the ITcnl- organization or endorsed a single
dent of tho United States understand measure that might servo to draw vot
the situation here, ho does not spare crs l0 ho I,ar''- Tl,e ll0rror w'th
words of Indignation ind contempt for wh'e' llle W lcw ' endeavor to
the traitors who tue stabbing Uepub-l strengthen tho Republican rank und
Uranism In the houso of Its friend. "le a very necessary factor ash
Advertiser. ' shown by the last election Is difficult
I to measure lu words. The organ It
Nono at all and thnt Is why "hls,nif rrnii7o tin. .limrnttv in it. nlnur
friends" and tho Governor are on the pon(I(.roull way nll(, ,..,,, wth
rdiimirnirini'iil nf tlila iuiiii.'iIl'ii In Hip I cut minimum schaol nunronrlatlon In
Tho various stories going the rounds emI tnPr(! wna onc sentiment that met $11)0,000. The now constitution lovles
a special tax oi inreo nuns, wnicu will
yield about fbOO.000, which, with thu
poll tax nnd other income, win fur
nlsh fully Jl.OUO.OOO a year for schools.
Counties mny levy an additional school
tnx of one mill. Such provisions wilt
glvo great encouragement to workers
tor Southern education. Members of
the Legislature nnd judges nro forbid
den to accept free railroad passes, thu
Legislature may consolidate tho chan
cery and common law courts, nnd pen
alties are provided for sheriffs who
permit prisoners to bo taken from
them and lynched. At the same tlmo
the terms of the present sheriffs are
extended two years, and as they had
the appointment of t titl managers of
tho vote on thu constitution this may
account for the majority recorded for
It. The makers of the Instrument evi
dently knew how to get counted a vote
In Its favor.
The most Important provisions of
the new constitution, so far as tho rust
of the country Is cimcerneiLaro thoso
relating to the suffrage. ThcV negro Is
pretty effectually barred out, even
though he may not be Illiterate There
are nt present nbout 75,000 negro vot
ers lu Alabama who can read and
write. These must pay n purely vol
untary poll tax of $1.00 by February 1
lo voto next November. This require
ment, together with provision for early
registration and disqualification for
crime, will. It Is estimated, reduce tnc
negro voto to less than 30,000. Amplo
provision, however, is mado for the
Illiterate white vote. A temporary
and a permanent plan of registration
nro arranged. Under tho temporary
plan In forco to January 1, 1903, three
registrars In each county, who In all
cases will bo white Democrats, will
enroll mnle cltzens who served hon
orably In any war of the United States
or of the Confederate btates, or serv
ed with tho State forco or Alabama In
the Civil War; nlso descendants of
thoso who so served, nnd In nddltlmi
"all persons who nro of good character
and who understand the duties nnd
obligations of citizenship under a re
publican form or government." Under
this third rule the registrars will bo
able to enroll all-tho whites and decldo
that nono or the negroes nro fit to voto.
All who get on tho temporary roll
remain voters for life, provided they
pay their poll tax. After Janunry 1,
1-ju.i, Bucn enrollment ceases, nnd dls
crimination between tho laces Is in
nppenranco abolished. Then tho ap
plicant for registration must bo ablt
to read and wrllo nny article of the
constitution or the United Stntes in
tho English language, and must show
thut ho has been engaged In some
lawful occupation for tho greater part
of the preceding twela months. If
ho docs not possess thesu nuallflca-
tlons he can still vote If ho or nls wlfo
Is taxed on either forty acres of real
estato or personal, property wortb
$300. A partisan registration board
could probnbly construe these rules
to disfranchise nil but tho most Intel
ligent nnd settled negroes, and could
easily fall to And ndequato proofs of
tnc occupation or casual laborers. Ner
crthclcss, tho thoughtful negroes sec
In tho requirements n great Incentive
for tho advancement of thlr race, and
hop that beforo many years nro pass
ed all negroes whom they themselves
would wish to havo vote will possess
tho ballot. Unfortunately, however,
whlto men of Inferior character and
Intelligence will In largo numbers have
a volco In nubile affairs. Practically
every Illiterate whltu man now living
In Alabama will be on the voting list
far life, and If thero Is any use for
his vote his poll tax will be paid by
thoso who want It. bb Is done In some
other States having poll tax.
anxious scat over Dole's successor.
vaporous trothlngs against "coou poll
I tics," tho "lazy, fatuous venal Homo
Illulcr" nnd contemptuous harping on
"aboriginal" racial topics which are nt
once opposed to American sentiment
and foreign to any principle for which
Late dispatches from the Orient an
nounce Russia's Increased desire to
settle lti claim on Manchuria. If Sen
ator Ucvcrldgc Is to be believed Russia
has already got Manchuria bo com-tlo Republican party has stood since
pieteiy in its grasp mat me uce.i or ,llc ,la..g 0f Abraham Lincoln,
transfer constitutes merely nn olllclal
formality. In nn article In the Sat
urday Evening Post, Bcvcrldgo pic
tures Manchuria as a section of tho
world populated by Russian pioneers.
Where were onco Chinese vlltnges are
either devastation or Russian homes.
The objections to" tho Manehurlan
agreement appear to have como too
late for Russia is now claiming nation
al title to a section of the world which
Immigrants have made their own.
The whole policy of the Thurston or
gan has been toward party destruction
and support of equally destructive
measures carried out by the Governor.
It is now openly antagonistic to the
Republican organization and Is urging
that tho voting power of that body bo
placed in tho hands of ono man or his
followers 'from outside the committee
It stands and has stood In flagrant
antagonism to every party measure
which would appeal to tho good Judg-
The controversy over tho condition ment of tho worklngmcn of tho Tcrrl-
of tho Volcano road calls to mind nn j tory nnd upholds a government policy
Incident In the history of the Railway ' which throws men out of work nnd
commission of nn Eastern State. The checks Territorial progress In every
commissioners were bound on an In
spectton tour of a new road and a new
brldgo in particular. The train bear
ing the commissioners reached the
middle of tho brldgo and stopped. One
of the commissioners, a man of con
siderable avoirdupois, then went out
on the rear platform and after Jumping
up and down as much as his general
heftlness would allow remarked, "Oh,
I guess this brldgo will hold." The
train continued on Its way and the
Railway commission accepted the
bridge. What the Advertiser doesn't
know about repairing the Volcano road
would fill as many books as the Rail
way commissioner's lack of knowledge
on bridge construction.
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London The Union Bank of Lon
New York American Exchange Na
tional Bank. s
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America. '
DoposltB received. Loans made an
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
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Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
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lag Merchant St., next to Stonftcnwnld Building.
JDROMe ON A88UMED POLITI
CAL HIGH I KOU8NE88.
Tho first jollification over tho Fusion
victory In New York city called forth
an utternnce from Justice Jerome, one
ot tho most notable figures of the cam
paign that may well be taken to heart
by tho section ot this community that
In private conversation nnd through
olllclal organs wastes Its time express
ing lack of conDdcnco In the voters ot
Tho City Club was tho scene of tho
festivities whero tho "dress suit brl-
gado" gathered In force to do homage
to Mayor-elect Low, Comptroller-elect
Grout and Justice. Jerome. In tho
course ot his very direct remarks Mr.
"Now. this election has meant a
great deal to me, not bo much In get'
ting a public ofllce, though I nm not
loath to accept public office, but It has
meant a greut deal to me in very many
ways because It has given me person
ally an opportunity to test theories
that I have believed In for a long tlmo
In tho abstract and the valuo ot which
I am satisfied of personally, but I didn't
know whether anybody elso would ever
bo satisfied of theni or not.
"It see ma to be there Is ono thing It
has signified. I havo been ubout In
the City Club nnd various other or
ganizations of professional citizens
(Laughter and applause.) I met a Uttlo
group of men and they told mo how
righteous they were, bow willing they
would be to make sacrifices for the
great and holy cause, how they know
half a dozen other men who feol the
same way, but somehow or other they
havo never felt Inclined to make them,
because they always talk of this great
Immovable uneducated mass, and when
you begin to talk about It the dls-
It charges tho Hawatlan-Amcrtrans
In whoso hand the United States Con
gress placed voting power with being
as a whole, corrupt, lazy, and devoid
of everything but an Intcnso hatred
for Americans and American system ot
It opposes municipal government,
the foundation principle ot American
government. Falling to Wry convic
tion with Its blatherskitoV'th0(1- M
threatens financial ruin to the party
should it presume to follow the man
dates of the ring ot political tricksters
for whom tho organ speaks.
When Thurston and his organ are
called to account, It announces that
high treason stalks abroad.
If opposition to ThurBton and Thur
ston methods. Dolo and Dole methods
as evidenced by the olllclal and poli
tical history ot the Territory up to
date Is treason, then ninety-nine per
cent of the voters In tho Territory of
Hawaii tako marked pleasure In plead'
Ing guilty to such a treasonable
Miargc. Well may Thurston vlow with
horror tho political situation which he
with others are creating for it means
political death to them. Whether they
will be able to drag tho Republican
party down with them remains to be
seen. American rule, Republican rule
Is popular rule. Tho citizens of this
Territory will not submit to rule of
the thumb and that Is what the pres
ent administration stands for up to the
Great Book Sale
ALABAMA'S NEW CONSTI
TUTION. New York Trlbuno.l
Tho now Alabama constitution,
clovorly framed to avoid tho "noces
slty" of fraudulent elections, was
adopted on Monday by n plurality
which will not bo returned at less
than 25,000, Apparently, however,
liu ro elections nro to ho attained onlv
through fraud, for It Is freely charged
that tho voto for tho constitu Ion It
bolng counted at whatever flvfuro Its
nil urates choose. Soma of Its feat
uros, qulto npirt from tho suffrage
provisions, aroused strenuous apposl
tlon. A fairly heavy whlto votr
against tho constitution was oxpoded
and was cnBt In tho whlto conn Irs
Immediately north and south of Mont
gomery, and tho groat bodv of the
blacks, who comprise nearly hnlf o'
'ho electorate, wcio against It. Undor
inch clrcunislnnces ratification bv an
honest plurality of 23,000 Is out o'f the
question. In Montgomery the plural
Ity counted for tho constitution Is re
ported to bo twice tho wholo numbei
The entertainment at the hall of the
Francis Murphy Temperance Club last
Saturday evening was a very enjoyable
iffalr. The piano solo by Miss Helen
Desha was so good (hat the audience
Insisted In having another one. F, a
Noycs refused to respond to an oncorn
to his song. Tho Mandolin Club com
posed of F. Fernandez, Jas. K. Ahloy,
Albert Nawnlil and W. II. Holoknhlkl,
was tho main feature of tho evening.
Judging from tho three encores accord
td them. Mr, Martin, of humorous
talk fame, was on hand and kept the
audience Binding and laughing tor
ten minutes. A sextet of Hawaiian
young men lend by Isaac II, Sherwood,
gave a Hawaiian sung which was the
first ever heard In tho hall. They re
sponded to the generous encore given
them. It was 10:30 o'clock before tho
program was finished and cvej-y ono
went homo happy.
Yesterday evening n OoBpcl Temper
ance meeting was held at tho hall. This
was lead by Messrs. Ryder and J.
Austin. It was a very surpcssful meet
'ng, Judging from tho number pres
ent. This new feature of the work nt
the Murphy Club will be carried on
(very Sunday evening
Tho tempcrnnco agitation meeting
that has already been held nnd. which
was conducted by tho Rev. L. M. Hnrt
'y, will bo repented at the hall to
morrow evening nt 7:30 o'clock, Mr.
Hart'cy will again lend tho meeting.
'Io has put his hand to tho tempcrnnco
tlnw und will not stop but will keep
on till tho sowing and reaping comes.
It is dcslied to call tho attention ot
the public to tho good work now being
carried on by the Murphy Club, whoso
members respectfully request tho per
ronal and financial support of those
'ncllncd to help tho cause of temper
nice. The president, Moses K. Nakul
na Is to ho found at tho hall every day
from 9 n. m. to 1 p. m
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 io 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get first choice. We have Just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al' be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for $1.25, now go forSi.oo; $1.50
books go for $1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods SoloUor : : : :
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
Architects, Contractor and Builder,
Edward R. Swain.
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bot its
Coo. W. Pago. Tel HI
F. W. Bcardslee. F. O. Dox 771
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington1 Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen A Roblnaon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
'Commercial and Travclera'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of tho
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notieo 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent,, 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months i per cent.
Pioneer Buildiig and Lou
AS8ET8, JUNE io, 1801, $80,04347.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series ot Stock Is now
OFFlCEns J. L. McLean, Prcsl
dent; A. A. Wilder, VIco President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. C. D. Oray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lyte,
Jr., J. M. Little, t!. S. Boyd.
A. V. OEAR,
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attend to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden building, alti
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
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King street. Orders left at either sho
or office at John Nptt's store, King
street, .will receive prompt attention.
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Subscribed Capital... . Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Resorved Fund Yen 8,610,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months ,. 3
For 3 months 3
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank,
New Republic Bid., HI King Strut
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schstfer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? oueen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE,
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
What Will You Need
NOTICE OF SALE !
Tho undersigned assignee of Bon. Guerrero offers ror salo the follow
tig. Including tho good-will of the grocery storo heretofore doing business
inder namo as above on Miller street, near Berotanla:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURE8 INCLUDING COUNTER, SHELVES, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION 8AFE. ONE HORSE,
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
Tho above will bo sold at less than cost and a full description can be
md ot samo by calling on
H. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis & Co., 1060 Fort Street,
Honolulu, October 19, 1901.
In vlow of tho much-Increasing de
mands for Ornamental Holiday Dec
orations and wholesome Dainties, our
European nnd Eastern representatives
havo given extraordinary caro and at
tention to our selections this year and
wo can promise our friends tho latest
and newest designs and novelties tho
worlds markets produce.
Lewis & Co,
240 Three Telephones 240.
The pure Juice of the grapefruit The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory of Ha-
wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort St.,
Honolulu, T. of H.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. A Little Mixed.
Ho was evidently from the country,
this little old German, and ns his eyes
rested on .the elevator, undoubtedly
.tho first tlmo, his senso ot thu ridicu
lous was touched.
For a faw minutes ho stood In won
derment, and then, laughing softly o
himself, ho stopped tho first person
hu chanced to meet. Vlio happened lit
bo tho Janitor, and I! red this at him
"Vat vas dot leedlo box t'lng vat vulK
heehlcs oop dcr stairs stooden still?
"Oh, that's the ,eluator," w.u thu
"Oh. dat's vat lilt It. Is lilt? I hat
a pockethook mado often dcr peel lit
one uf doze."
Ho tried a ride, hut didn't like It,
Then ho said:
"I vottlil told my vlfe nefor to go In
mlt von uf doz nhtgators ven der vail;
Ing by hand vas goot." Now Yoik
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
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at 't. II J. a k. lal.i a.rrurr. Mil, foU.h
al Mill , ukM a4 p.'.,, ,, r.'k, la Btala,
t.r. T.,l, riapUa, f.fp.r C.I.rtJ Ipul., Vlnn aa
7 fart al laa U4j, U.I. r Hj.krowt falluf Ml. rlla
Cook Remedy Co.
11)1 ! Tapllriikrairu,lllHfbrprrirfrrM. (
lUt 1(00,000. WOMllritlaMMMt atUtUtU Mi. W k
r4 ttM wont ( la II to II iiit, IQO'iM Ink Vet