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-Nlvtl HIH.I.I-.II.N HONOLULU. II. T., WRDNK3DAY, DEC. 11, 1901.
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WIJnNi:SDAY..DECnMUER 11, 1901.
Those Interested In tho genealogy I
.i... ,r. ....ii.. i.. .i.. , . .i.ii.i.'
that tiio Ilullctln does not publish
I)ndon having added Uuller to its
Ilocr troubles Is n a fair way to keep ,
up tho light ns long ns tho Santiago ,
battle which gives promlso of contlnu
Ing through tne life of the picscnt gen
Citizens of llawnll should put thell
shouldcis to the wheel as enthusiastic
Americans ami not wnsic incir cuoru
or time In trying to explain why Ha j
wnll slioiild not promptly adopt Anv
One financial mnn says that the
eimcs aio not so very nam, commence in view: n wen ncing 01 mo average
In Hip ffttnntlnn lina nti wrnki.nf.,1. hllt.lwimn mnkpr tmmt nfTnnl tho Irnn fr.l
" , . . . .. . .
there is a sad lack of coin to do tho
buslnccs en. N'othlnc loosens ill) tho
coin raoro than public work nnd tho this; he Is talking nbout Hawaii, about j
Covcrnor lies It In his power to tnke.lho h'ngs that como Into our dally
Measures which will provide for publl
Tho sudden lapse of Interest in baso
ball nnd football once the champion
ship Is decided Indicates that the nth
letcs of tho city euro for nothing out
side of first place. Onco that Is de
cided all seem icndy to rank as tall
endcrs. There ti no harm in this view
hut It wnnlii orvo (I,,. r.a inti.r(
of nil nthlctluj If the hovs would flEht
evciy season out to the finish of th
Tln nttttiiifn r9 ttA InKnflnn miiH In
local I romic7a.se; f'orth by an Vn.eV:'
view In another column Is capable ol '"
being thorouglily understood. These
men waut fair play and aro going in
The proposed proxy plan of placing all
tho power of the organization In one '
man's hands Is bv no menns i drtnll
r ?,?..." r-rA ".I.?! V. :..'
the Home Ruler"" to Bee If they can m iimuu uuu uuriiuy m vit., jiunuamuua mm inruais, 10 no-
get it. As this movement is practical-, ''' n that this g just what the,!;"'" """'"I'to MMmnioJnttonii for
I, a withdrawal from the support of ' .UnI? ""J,'1 law ls 'InlnK-modellng the j S-VwnerlV cared furt a ioMi.i
the regular llepubllcan organlia.ion It ?nd P"7 as 1n"r'y y bo "' of ? A?lln?iS r iSS?ixJ Tom could
should carry Important lessons which t,:o American UomMlcad" tawt. What.' Iraw, aB n 8nulIpd "nd !otfI t
chn.lM sprvn tn Iniliirnnn f.ili.rn ..linn eVCr tllO Dole theory may h3VC btCn It ; should. KnTnm ivn nflno,! I
Homo Holers have been wise enough trnn!. ut every step any nnd nil,
to steer clear of such n reef. Tho.pio. cnd,favor? n roduco he Amerkan
grcslvo organlration nnd membcraf'-8tcm ,f ,a"'1 ''"''""S ln ,lll Terrl-
Who have the real Interest of the narti-
ot heart, lenrn wisdom from their op
Frank Munscv's striirnlen with tl.a
dally newspaper Ln.ln. will b.
watched will, as much If not more In-1
tercst than the nrclects Hearst has1
aunchel Munscj- las fal
Hmes In varlmis nubllslhg venture,
which Munsev-s matnzlno Is tho resulL i
Th hal " marf"mSncy or 1.1m and
nraetleaUv olmZL. " n
praeicauy revolutionized magazine
?." -Ca,l0n.9 U V"y nccc"lab , I
I.".: ?. ". ...". ..'... ''.."';
.UK, .uuuocjr ib Htaiii uruucmiiK oui uuu
with thn Time nt tht n.itlnnnl ivinltnl .
and tbo News In New York he shows j
nn Intent on of starting In where com-1
petition ls sharpest and Inllucnce once
established most powerful. Ho Is ccr-
tain to be nggresslvo but Judged from
hla nrevmiw rernr.1 will tint InWn nn
with the dlsrcnutnblo features of tha.!wa are not only applicable but prac
There ls a marked difference ut opin
ion In Hawaii on tho Chinese, labor and
exclusion labor problem. Thcro can
bo no difference of opinion on tho
problem presented by Cuban recipro
city. Hltheito the East has been do-
pended upon to fight exclusion, but th
attitude of tho President, nn Eastern
man, and of Senator .Lodge another
Eastern man who has announced that
he will Introduce a Chlneua exclusion
law, together with the general
per of Congress on tho reennctment of
a. law already on the statute book . lack of confidence on tho part of con
gives every Indication that forces nn- trolling officials In tho American sys
tagoulzlng Chinese exclusion havo mu- tern ami American laws,
terlally weakened since the meaiun without entering into a discussion
itaMSK .nn lof ,he ofilc,a"' and the' opposition to
ho peoplo of Hawaii have then to do- , AmcrIcan ,and awa tIl0'remark3 of
ermine Is whethtr they will divide , Prcmcnt .raean Bot, f ot
their forces, nllotlng a part to a losln, en,lorsemcnt of tho prlnBcrIc3 for
s ruggle aga innt exclusion or whether Beh tJl0 Amcrlcnn ll0 , ,
H.ey will center nil tne Ir forces against I Hawallan-Amcrlcnns and the
Cuban reciprocity with good promise . ,,,, ,,,... ,,.. , ' ....
of success and seek for plantation labor
from Japanese, Porto nican. Plllplnn
or such other sources ns are nvallab'a
to any nnd every American Industry.
Why President ISocsevelt Bhould b
credited with misunderstanding tho and gtrw up have contended ever
Hnwallan situation Is not easily ex- slnco these Islands became a Territory
plained. So far as known his informs-1 of tho United States,
tlcn regarding these Islands has been' "Dcve'op tho Terrlto-v on trad't'on
obtained through personal convcrsa- nl American 1'nes."- VInt homestead
tlcus with Eecictary Cooper, V, O., laws havo dono In every other rortlcn
Smith, A. H. Hartwell, J. II. Atherton, of the United Stales they will nccom
T. M. Swanzy, B. K. Dillingham and pl'sh In Ilnwnll. What men who "till
Win, Haywood. Dillingham, Atherton Iho farrrs they own" bavo done to
nnd Swnnzy aro captains of Industiy, wards tho upbllldlng of hapry, can
In thtEe Islands and men capable of tented nnd prosperous' coiimtmltlci
making tlicmscIveB plainly understood.
Tht Ilullctln does not believe that
President Roosuvclt misunderstands
the situation in Hawaii. Itu Is not a
man who makes haphazard public re-
raarltB or plnys to tho gallery. The
Picsldent should be crelllted with a
d'fferenco of opinion with these meu
lather than Ignorance. It Is character
Idle of Mr. Ttoosevclt during his career
that lio makes his Investigation
through private nvenues selected bj
himself as well as accepting alt the
Information that may come to him
through hla personal callers. It is
known that the President has been ntishlp that Is ready to work alcn Am-
work on the Hawaiian situation In this,
manner. Tiic Bulletin believes that
ilauult's best interests will be served
by working with the President and
laLiig the linen hit suggests talhe'r than
anlngcnlilng his eiTorts to develop Hn
wall on traditional American lines.
AllVVMNG OH TUB IMiLSIDLN I.
Cno of tha 6ocrnor's offlcl.it organs
si 3 that President lloostrclt's refer
en o to Hawaii In his message requires
Cirlalnly no Intelligent nun requires
to study this message to determine
what It means. It Is fo plain that lie
who runs may read and tho man who
sees any illlllculty lu Interpreting the
meaning of tho meisago'H reference to
Huwnll Immediately arouses susplclou
las to his ability to rend or his desire
l0 misinterpret the President and!
tnnim 0f is word mi nrgument for
b,J"ts "t'rcly forClgn ,0 ,h PrMl'
'Ibcre U nothing ambiguous to the
honest American In the statement "Id
Hawaii our aim must be to develop'
the Territory on traditional American ;
1nrs shoxM ,,. Rnc rle0 t0 doubt i
nr n (1f(.rtnce ,)t opinion tho Prcsl-
llent mnk(B himself clear In the next
,cntcnt.n wh(,n h0 Bayg: Ve do not
wish a region of large estates tilled by j
cheap labor." Ho dues not stop there...
lllavlng stated what he did not wish,
he says: "We wish a healthy Amerl-
r,., community of men, who them-
selves till the farms they own.
To K0 added force to his state-,
mints, 10 carry conviction mm no is,at the Hotel Cecil tsnlght, was the
not dealing with political platitudes, ,, of rfa, ...ihiislnsm nnil n ,r.
he adds. "All our legislation for the,
Islands should bo shaped with this end!
. . "" . . I imvenimeni uemonsiraiion. l.ong 01-
of tho healthy development of tho Isl f0ro tho hour fixed for tho reception
amis." There nrn no ceneralltlea ln'n. ... ........... .1 ..... ....
iiubiuss iiie. 111s run'arKH reiaie ni"l signal for enthusiastic cheering. Tho
rectly to thn practical depopulation of mCBt ,iramallc scno wat In tho Iian
the country districts of Americans. quct hall, where General Hullcr, ns tho
nnd In too many places of the Hawa- presiding officer, proposed the henltli
llan-Amerlcnns ns well, nnd the popu-lof tho King. A remurknblo dennn
'nt on of tbo same districts by an stratlon ensued, and It Is doubtful If
AB'ntlc peoplo who do what tilling of London has ever seen a more hearty
iiuHix in iiuiiu nun uiau unn nil- Kiirra,
nnd do practically all the trade of the
dls'rlcts In which they reside.
V Inally. as a further cxnosltlon of his
Mens, the President says. "The land'
,aw "hould as nearly ns possible, be;ran curry" them Mr. nnd Mre. Leon.
uiuueieu on uur nuniesiiau sysicm.
This miallfvlnir nlirnan "n nrnrlv'
as possible" will strvo ns a source of
- "''? - , '" Congress pas.es a ,
'" ,Cnlfor,elnKl ," "" lT0.rlrlt0"jr hom.c'
"""" "" """""'"" " "
"mount of land one settler may bold..
'" CPr,aln that it Is without results
nml lllrtllem,,rr. "' bearing directly
on ,lle non-sueccsi of the present land
Bjstum. the Dole administration has
'u,,r. U,M1 """ ll'"al v,Ror ,las ll
foilcht to maintain n nnnlrnrllnlnrv '
nn.l Vfif-iiA lr.u iimlA. ...lit.1. 1. Is Im. ' .
i.nIMn In !.. n n, I l .H
.. it.,... ,h.i ..,,.,., ...it v.. IL (O l.ll
Terrltnrv. Whelher npiv nr nlil n plnnr
.. .- Vi... -.. ........ 1. .,l.Y".l
!?,,. . ImlB..tMlll , , , ,
. T1' Do,e a,,mnl8trntlon has held
Cr .an laws and mo,ll0(l8 nrn not ftpn11-
cable, and while asserting n great
frlcnils"P "r "10 llomo builders nnd
:'mcn wl, "" tl,0'r own ,arn,s" ,ho
largo estates tilled by eh.np labor have
Bblorbed ,, land und tho Bmal
farmer of whom so much I. said and
for whom so little Is done has become n
,... .,, ,, ,
..v ... H..u M uwv..
, Tno Americans of this Terrlto-y
1,av, "jalntalnul that thcro Is no place
,lndcr t,,e "aS,of 'e United Slates, and
moro esPlally Hawaii which has been
" American leading strings tor 10
thc8 mnny '.", to which American
tlcal nnd In the end a marked blessing
to the community. Amcrlcans.havu
had to como to Hawaii to hear from
the mouths of opinionated people
tho shortcomings of their nation under
whose laws their fathers thrived and
their fathers' fathers, and which ot all
the nations on the face ot the globe Is
held as the haven of all men who seek
an Independent homo, life, liberty and
the pursuit qt happiness. Tho Amerl-
cans ot this Territory maintain that
tho American land laws can be ap-
niton hnrA thn. Ihlt.n l.loa al.n.,1.1 1..
tern-'applied hero and that opposition to this
pan ig prompted by selfish greed, nnd n
Tcrrltory nro mcn comln,. licrn .
makol h0neit Uvlnic "ml who is
""V-8 of the commnnl Iv Bnnri
bo,Z fnr iL nHnniX nil.,. ,
uomiy ror tho principles taught them
..ui.. u.iramuu uuu uuiiiiii um in mo i
government under which they lived
throughout the length nnd breadth cf
the United Slates they can clo fix Ha
waii. There Is no use In say'ng that II
ccr.'t be done because the Anicrl-rn
clt'zen has never yet faced a sltua"cn
Hint could not bo happl'y solved alrni;
these lines nnd Hawaii Is by no mc ins
the most difficult prob'em tbo Amerl
can bos had lo tackle. Tho South
said "It can't bo done" but tho South
la 6cnvlncfd of tho error of Iti wvs
and Its own claims disproved by Itr
own forced activity. True, the' task
ect before us demands work In placo of
expedients but Hawaii has a citizen
crlcan lines and If tho local officials
who have been placed In office through
most uiilortutiaio cirois of Judgment
aic not riauy to work with them, then
they will turn to higher nnj broader
minded nan of the Federal Uovern
lncnt who know what straightforward,
fouetul govemment means and ate
ready to woik with tho peoplo and fot
UIMTISlI ttbCUKh'IKS HALL.
London, Nov. 30. The stupendous
fail In llrltisii Government railroad
and Industtjal securities since tho
south Atrlcnn war commenced Is al
most without precedent, lu two years,
according to the Hankers' Magazine,
tho net decrenso In tho value of the
325 selected listed securities amounts
to tho enormous to.nl of 143,916,000.
Contois, which the day before tho Ilocr
ultimatum wcro quoted nt lu3 am
now 91 13-10, whereas In tno name
period several foreign government
stocks and American tallroads rcss in
value about 47,000,000. Tho decrease
In fourteen llrltlsh and Indian Gov
ernment funds amounted to 10,31)2,-
000. Tho common stock of nineteen
Hrltlsh railroads lost In value In tho
nar period over 09,000,000, whllo the
dcrllno In railroad debentures nnd
preferences brings tho total loss to
T nmtnn fn ft Tl, nn..l. .
ncr, nt willch htneral lluller presided,
m.irknbln trllmio tn tl,n i..,.nn.i ,...
jnrliv nf tlm iiln.-rxriiti.,) n,r,i n..i
n rassc,i 0fj without any actual antl-
r . . .... . . -
tronded with llullcrltes. Tho arrival
0( Qencrnl and Lady Duller was tho
resllOllSO In thn lnn tn ll,n If In.
Ai L FOK A I'tT CAT.
rhin ,. ,!. f- . .
nru wnlnwrlglit and tuclr big whlto
cat are traveling to Florida for tho
win.tfer. as Tom, tno cot. has symptoms
Z'Z S "i,ar a Than'S TZ
,nat"-'- -c'lul"---'l o weoks ii
picauins wiui tne railroad and trans
portatlon companies. Intermingled with
purple, vclvo'-IIned cago. shown tn
us ucetlon by tho Pullman people, sup.
Piled with 3D een-sorth o cr.t moit,
?n.l tho Journey hegnn. Mr. nnd Mrs.
eMn" Monto Then IhMl
, B whethey-w"ll rcmam pc'r"
manenily If tho climate tlwro nrEc,
rrniM tsnt mtti? 'r-nr ....
w w-.. . ..Ii mifOM0
K... . t. .. nA .
- " "'" AO' " A cauio lo the
if,"" "??! in eprrn'.
' .Wi tl!rC0 RIr,cat ,mls.8lons "' Cl,lna'
tbo American Hoard of Foreign Mis-
flon8- tho London Soclc'- ""d Prea-
bytcrlan loard- are EnPaged in carry
Ing out the most Important scheme for
cooperation In tbo history of missions
'" C1,,Ea- T1, consolidation of the
mlulor. will be called the Nortl.-Ch.na
braco tho theo'o
''.icy will cm-
oglcnl and fema'o
s-honla nnd college nt Tunc Chou. Itev
mr nh.in.i.i . i.. . ."...:::
,. - .. u...,.rlu u, lnv iuiL'riuun noaru or
1'oreign Mlrslors will be president of
mo united societies.
The Power of Speech.
Speech is luo rosu.i oi a mow ,.oc.
ca u. ua.urui blow. a unu luuiu it no
-Uiuull lav.0 ,t.ai UJCB 1101 JMonObS H.
i in mo present mu.o oi .,o wor.u
eoiud pM.iOdupur wcio lo wouuer uovv
uiali oer uetfan lo ouuu ..loao uouseu.
ca.ui.vii uua veanciB wunu we sue
iuauu us wo buouiu anaVur thai luosd
wuro lio. luo in.iigs unu uiau lii't'au
iui. "ino saYfigo wno ilrsi iiou iuo
munches' oi siiruus io mai.o nuuseli a
D..tuer Was noi an aritiuoci unu no
who ursi nojied on uo irunn oi a tree
mid tiov a naviga.or. bo u is wiu
peui.ii, wnic"u glow .roui rudo begin
n.usa. All vno moro in.cnigont uiu
u.uid can express simple conuuions oi
ui.uu uo.ii uy soiinu uuu gos.uru. ruo
uog can emit lour or two aauuiia cam
tuny unuers.oou by Us coununloua
ii.o touiiuuu uarnynril .owi uua irom
u.no io iwcive Uiu.iuct votal uouniis,
ail of whicn aro tonipreheiiuoU uy nu
ciiiti.ens and by ou.er iowtis. more
eun ho no uouot mat uo speocu o;
man aroae, in tho begmnmj, irom
siniilar sources, tlesturo sjiaoih was
ticiiuuiu. mnny souuus wuru iml.u
Purely lunvcnuonal and noi
It..., n 1.. 1 T. .:
u.i,i,.itu Buuiius wero aiiop.ua 101
louvenicneo, just as deal iun.c3 now
Invent arbitrary sount.s to eiand lor
tno names or Irlends, nlr. it is not
ini.-ni.eiy iruo. inoii, to say that "lau
tuso begins wnera ni.orjeciion onus,
,,owovor ,l "nglua.cu. k is wo connl.
V0" ol Poa. s itomanes aail.
,1' "lan'".o iraaturo becama nuuiau
by tho power ot speeij, when did
i"--Mvn uukuuui.' uomanes IIUHKK
mat our human, nnceaior may navo
ra " "io "ku oi uuu w.icn no added
.0 getiuru, voeai tones and latiat
srliiiaccs tho power oi spoecn, 'mo
icrogolns son.encos aro a very ireo
..uuiiiiiiiiiun oi nn auuroos by Proios
sor Uunnliisham Ueluro tno 11. A. A.
.. In wnlcli tho general suhjoct is
..isi.u4bi;ii in lerms too eau Ions nnd
oo bclentlflc to bo ronroilurml hnrn
b a Scotchman ho nilclu navo. minimi
(.and did no) Lord Monthoddos fa
mous illcluni that iaii?ua';o was in-
ivii vu ny n congrosa ol learned men
lHEomuicu lor tho purpose. "
MlBtress-i-Kllen, 1 ttrnk you u better
kill a chicken lor dinner today.
Horvnnt Och, mum, I cuun't kill
wan, mum; but I'll ..on u alolve, mum.
Moihor Thcso photographs nro bo
verv sad, Jcnnlo, Why uldnt you
in'e I d'd. but the photographer
lldu't put it down, mamma.
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wo can promise our friends tho latest
and newest designs and novelties the
world's maikets produce.
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BO "D BROKKi
REU, ESrATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
J. F. RILBT.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O, Bol rto
Geo. W. Pago. T TL 22
F. W. Beardslce. P. O. Box 771
BBARDSLBB dfc PAOB
Architect and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend) to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, als
Office and residence, 312 Queen t,
near Government building.
H. P. BBRTELMAIV8
16 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either shos
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schatfer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN fiOTTlE.
Qonsalves $ Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu H. I
opposite the I!. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
Thfl miPA illlA nf t.n Mnnhnl. PTC.A
most healthful, Invigorating and r-
uvauiuB iruu preparation Known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
RnlA Rppntfl tnr thn Tanllnn 3m-
wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort St,
I1UUUIUIU, X, OI 11,
P. O. box 1C2. Island orders solic
ited. THI8 8PACt RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber 1.
furoptan end Americtrr'Dij Gocils.
Fort and Queen Ota.
H. Hackfeid & Co.', Ltd.
'' General Commission Agents.
Cnr. Port and Queen Streets. Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary bicod Polsos,
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Cook Remedy Co.
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