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EVENING ntlMATlN. HONOLULU, II.
T., SATURDAY. DKC. 14. 1901.
Published Kicry Day Except Sunday,
at 120 Kins Street. Honolulu,
T. I!., by the
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Post Office Uox "IS
THRASHES COAL AQENT
fSATfiuuY . di:ci:miii:u h. ioi
himself as opposed to Is the land policy
which fosters, or ahets the large
mtntn llllr.l dr rhr.in labor lie Is not
cnU'lghlng nKalnst the past except In I
so far as It has been productive or n
mistaken polio) lie does look to the M-rifitirD n M It IT till V
future and It Theodoie Kouscelt uu- TTlIUIICK K. III. fllAWAULI
dtrstnnds the Kngllsh langunice he hni
put himself flrmlj on record as against
a future land policy of which cheap
labor and vast acres tilled by cheap
labor shall be the chief motive nlid tin
Our prison! plantation propcTtlca
will not be disturbed 'I he man who
sajs otherwise Is either lntentlonall)
I cndeaioilng to mlscoustiue the I'resU
dents uouN or Is mi dmscly Iguornnt
J that his maudlin wanderings arc not
'uoith a passing consldi ration.
I fix.. ,.1 Itlf fltltlllU U 111 tlinltlf.tl.. ...nM-
...i... i.. ii... i n,-.. i.... .. two g.ntluurn aboard the barkentlne
i evmii in tuv iiiviiii. tin wn. j lit s .- lit -
Trouble Over Fake Yarn of
There was a passage at arms between
the past obtaining tnclr labor In the
Jos. I., IMston this morning which was
I!.! b.,1. -...I ... r. !. l.M.l. I".' ri'Sim Ul Uiu liiuiiu-uiiuii rcrnu
' llUHKIIIIV llllll ni ID Hill) UD IUI till' ItlilllC. , . , . . ,
The lonvU tlon of the Federal Ornnd ,,()(.,(m s nne points of the law and ''"J"' "8" '" ,""' Adv ertlser of a fairy
Jury that slavery exists among Aslatk- ,. , HUfo , My 1C ,,,.,, stllk,9 ttU, tale about the stealing of coal from
risldentsnrtliecliy Put is Huapameu n()t rltcr ,, a caml,aK f ,,c. ""i' """" "" "'
nroof ought to wnrrnnl the federal
tlovernment In nddlng a foice of deiu
tlon nor will nuy President noi nn)
exeditlve olllccr of tho govrrniiHiit pro-
ties to Its service who cnillil "otnln poso ur upport surh u iluctrlne
the proof ns It lias men ninniiivii in
other portions of the I'liitid States
In the article the blame for the al-
Irgid stealing of the coal was placed
on the weigher, K. M. Mnenulay. This
The Piesldcnt has said
our aim should be to develop the Tcr
lltory on ttndltlonal American lines"
This does not mean more than It says
as many would seem to have It, nor
does It foreshadow an Immediate and
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Iti llnw ill 111111 l,lu i.iihi turn iiv 'iviimi im-
Fliiieiiiriu, u mis a ginm kiuij-, iiuw-
The Philippine dei Islnu leaves the
executive department In a most tin
nleasaut muddle as regards the status
of the Islands under various laws of 'general reorganization of every sugar
the countiy. The Supreme Court of I estate In the Islands The sugar plnn
the Pnlted States Is not a legislative tatlons aie Just as strong In their
bodv. It finds the facts according to Piesent vested rights ns they ever
the law of the land and executive ora,weie and thev will not'be disturbed.
ers have to make the best of It. Tho The plantation men know It Hut It
marked difference between national Is plain that In the development of the
court methods and the local "transition uluie the man who tills the land ho
period" mongers Is apparent to nil j owns must iiavo first consideration;
men. The law of expedients has no i that the American coming to these Isl
recognltlon In American law when a ! ui.iU must have the same opportunl
imitter of right anil Justlie Is ut stake ! ties to obtain land that he has In nny
: other portion of the I'nlted States nnd
"As to the "splendid vindication.1 tin
Attorney Cenernl only wishes, us does
the President, that he had tied a strlnc
to It." Thurston's organ.
The Attorney fleneral "only wishes"
does he? This wish according to other
statements of Thurston's organ Is due
to claims made by Thurston's friends
since the vindication. As the Thurstou
aggregation Hid before the vindication
there Is no reason why It should not
follow up the same policy at this time.
Their efforts to mislead the Attorney
General will be of no avail though
they continue for a lite time.
having obtnlncd It success or failure
tests solely with himself.
There nre no dangers but there are
vast benefits In the American policy
outlined by President Hoosevelt In his
first message. Hawaii cannot fall to
gain matcilal, moral and social wealth
levir, nud so the morning organ rnn It
' ns It docs a great ninny other things
! which are found to be without fcmiuiu-
tlon upon n c lose Inspection.
Mr. Crcj, the agent for Alexnniltr
and John Drawn of Newcastle, vvlio
was responsible for the slur which wni
i ait ou the weigher, refused to con
tradict the statement although called
upon bo to do. The matter rested as
It was until this morning when the
two Interested partlts met on the bar
kentlne which Is discharging her cargo
at the icial wharf. The man who made
the charges vvns accosted by thfl
weigher who asked him If ho was
ready to change his statement. Grey
lepllrd that he was not Then Macau
lay told the man what ho thought of
him nud imote him so that he fell to
the de'ik Arising, (Jrey started n foot
lace and grabbing n ehnlr used It to
protect himself with until the weigher
! was pacified by the cnptaln of the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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Architects, Contractor and iulldtra.
Edward R. Swain.
J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi ilo
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by following the general line of action ""v """ '"V"" """"" '
which Is there laid down. It will lakl"l,l,1 '"J1 "" """ '" t!C,,1"K "W"y "1
, 1 BiKlll.
us out of the old grooves and lead us
In some untried paths but that those
paths are ilangeious to the present In
dustrial establishment or In any way
Inimical to the geneinl welfare of the
community has yet to be proved.
One Senator has gone to thoroughly
"exclusion" mad that he would exeludt
the Japanese from the I'lilted State
along with the Chinese. That Senator
knows he Is tulklng nonsense and the
lack of Interest which the people he
represents have In our relations with
Japan Is the onlv thing that saves him
from a laughing stock In his own com
munity. Ills exclusion bill can be put
down ns nothing more or less than a
play to tho galleries. That the present
friendly status of Jnp.ni nnd her people
with the t'nlted States will b disturb
ed by any foolish exclusion business Is
too ridiculous to be argued.
Thurston's utterances before annex
ation nnd his position now shows him
to be a man who has not the murage of
his asserted conviction or else Is dis
honest. Tho annexation of Hawaii
foreshadowed certain events and now
we nie In the midst of them the pait I ,.,, ,, nMl,m.... r ,i, ..m
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I, Mir IM'lu-ai, iiiiuiiy i-mrii IH 1(1 KU
forward accepting and endeavoring to
work out the problem with t lie same
C It Collins Is now permanently lo
rated In the handsome new building he
lias Just elected for the accommodation
of his harness and saddlery business on
King streit near Kort.
Mr Collins established this business
In Honolulu nineteen )ears ago and Ii
thoroughly acquainted with all trie
P. R. I8ENBBR0, President.
C. F. MERRICK, MnnnjVcr.
Jacob Coerper's success In the pro
motion of the Konn-Kau railroad Is n
snurie of satlsfaitlon to every cltUen
of the Territory. This proposed rail
road will open up a large tract of
hitherto almost Inaccessible land for
the small farmer and every other tiller
of the soil. When he started out Mr.
Coerper promised to not only get the
railroad but to bring to the country
llrst class American families to popu
late the district which the railroad
opens up. He has so well fulfilled his
first promise that there inn lie no doubt
In the public mind that Mr Coerper
will carry all his plans to a successful
As the Republican Terrltoilal com
mlttee seems in n fair way to settle Iti
Internal warfare in a manner accept
able to the rank and flic of the party,
It ought to have enough surplus cncrg
to turn towards further consideration
of the munlc Ipnl law for Honolulu Tbt
charter commission did an Immense
amount of work that ought not to bo
lost or forgotten. Municipal govern
ment will be the slogan of the next
campaign nnd the Republican party
should be In a position to meet It with
a law fully competent to fulfill the
necessities or the "peculiarities" of
the local situation. Hxcuses or eva
sions will not gain votes In the next
splitt of enthusiasm which character
lied the efforts to create the problems.
The problems of the present day were
not unforeseen, aud the man Is a moral
coward who now runs to cover or seeks
a different loophole from that which
American laws nnd customs provide.
Manhood, energetic and honest. Is as
much or moie In demand today than
das of tho annexation Huimient
niunity in this line nnd lias now n stock
of unusual cmcIIcucu consisting of
harness, saddlery, buggy robes, line
whips, and ever thing else for horse
The top Moor of the new building Is
used ns a manufactory where harness
Is made for both wholesale nnd retail
trade. Mr. Collins will be pleased to
see his old friends nnd customers at
bis new place and will he glad to show
ati) body Interested through the estnh-
NOW AND TKBN.
"The successful building up of Am
erican homesteads all over Hawaii
vould be up Ideal condition to reach.
If the thing rniid M done It wonll
THE ALII CIRCLE.
In answer to "Mrs. Defiles wants
pi oof" In the Advertlber of Nov. 15th,
1PGI. Vou have admitted the truth,
when ou say "that they nre not join
fin I in! ' nf i mi pan itn . en .wit f.iti mt
perforce p.ovc Iw value agriculturally. ,, nt M , , , J ;
In adding to the rrlrt of products; ,ho , ,m , ..,.' ,,,,,
defensively. It would enable Hawaii to1 .in- .i ,.., ,i , , . ,
..i. .... -i . i-i !'"" m"1 "" mnke n mistake when
' """ " " """ '"50U say, "No genealogy, no chief."
would reduce the tost of llv ng. iom-1,,,1,,,,., ,,,.,. ,?, ' " . , ,
... .. , , , , .. Known chiefs have no need to brag
tTiori lnlK II UMiilil liwrunun l.nlli . t- ..... ...
llhoilt Hull 1'finf.nlMi'li.B
THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY.
It now appears that some of the good
people of this town are disposed to
take the President's reference to Ha
vvit In his message as an attack upon
(ttabllshcd Industry. No conclusion
foulil be more foreign to the obvious
Intent of the message and the charac
ter of the man ns he Is known In pub
lly his reference to the large estntea
tilled by cheap labor tome men seem
to think the President Is bent upon n
policy of driving every large estate In
the Territory to the wall ami by his
reference to the land laws and the Im
portance of following the general lines
of the American land policy, that he
Intends to enter upon n policy of dis
possessing every sugar plantation of
the lands It holds under lease from the
government. Here again tho Impres
sion Is wrong If It Is nn honest onn
nud malirloiiBly vicious If, as Is prob
able In some Instntiris, It Is put for
ward for the purpose of creating a
mare, or with the ill led Intent of mis
leprescntlng the executive policy,
Kxcept to those who believe that tho
country will go to the dogs unless Chi
nese labor Is given the plantation there
Is not a word, not n thought In the
President's message that Indicates ,i
policy of antagonism or dextrin tlon ot
the sugar estates of this lerrltmy
whether they are tilled by cheap labor
or not. There la not a word or a lino
to suggcht the conclusion that seems to
be drawn by many that the President
wants to Lilt up the lauds of these plan
tations where held under leases from
the government and parcel them out
to others. VcHtcd Interests have their
lights, their Just claim to consideration
from all men and certainly (lie Presi
dent will not dispute those rights nor
has he done so.
What the President does declare
ports and Imports; politic nlly, It would,
' riscue legislation from the un-Ameil-
can mob." 1.. A. Thurston paper, the
"America has given him (the native
Hawaiian) a tnste of American liberty.
and civilization. America wards lies
the full fnedom and. the proud stntus
of lepubllcan citizenship. Unless an
nexation take place, the only future
for the native Hawaiian Is retrogres
vlon to the status of the Asiatic coolie,
who Is already crowding him to the
wall." L. A. Thurston s annexation
"Less than a hundred years ngo. Ha
waii supported a population of 400,000
souls with crude methods of cultivation
then known." L. A. Thurston's an
"There Is no reason why Hawaii can
not support n population of a million
as easy as It does 100,000." I,. A.
Thurston's annexation pamphlet.
"UNDER ANNEXATION. TIII3
ASIATIC SUPPLY OP LABOR WILL
Hi: CUT OFF (the Italics are Tluirs
ton's) and this slight advantage will be
eliminated." L. A. Thurston annexa
The conditions existing In Hawaii to
day do not vnry one lotn fiom those
mapped out by Thurston In his an
nexation pamphlet nnd which were
foreseen, recognized nnd accepted by
tho men ndvncntlng annexation.
What good reason now exists for an
tagonizing nn American policy now
when it Is possible by earnest, honest
work on the part of every American
cltl.en to work out the American dea
tlnj which annexation offercil us n cer
tain result' Why not be honest?
MOOPUXA A lll'IU'.
Honolulu, Dec 14, 1901.
Oeo. W. Pago. TeL t
F. W. Beardslee. F, 0. Box 771
BEARD8LEE A PAOB
Architects and Builder.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
In ntly, clcgnnt In SIiiIhIi, llfilit nnil
cimy running, lire the lcnillni chnr
iictci'lHttCH of our vchlclcH. Neither
time nor expense Ih Hpnrcil In their
construction, nnd the result Ih lis fine
nnil well hullt ii line ot vehicles mmle.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial .and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 1 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for onj month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 lnontlu 4 per cent.
Pioneer Biiluiag aid Loan
A88ET3, JUNE iJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OFFICERS .1. L. McLean. Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
u. ii. oray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIIinCTOriS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. 11. Oray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keoch, J. A. Lyie,
Jr., J. M. Little, U. R. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. in.
Jobbing promptly ttendd to.
HAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
12S Merchant 8t., next to 8tnnenwnld Building.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, tlss
Office and residence, 312 Qussn St.
nesr Government building.
I-I. F BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVB.D
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
Klug street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Mnkce Inland Concert.
The band will play the follow Ins se
lections nt n concert on Mukee Island
Sunday afternoon, beRlnnlnc nt 3
The Old Hundred.
Oiertme Morn, Noon and N'lsht..
Introduction I'arslfnl WnRiier
I'rocisslonal Lconore Hal!
Vocal Selection Fo:r Hawaiian Songs
Suite The nose of Shlras .Kllenbere
Hallad The Light of the World..
Song Melodle In V Hubcnsteln
Selection American Melodies ...
The Star Spangled Banner.
In spite of all exoi lions, the Klrc
Claims Commission has been unable
tci complete) all the hearlngn this week.
HARD NUT T0 (M
Washington. Dec. 3. Everybody
from the President clown Is nt sea for
the time being as to the Philippines.
The full scope of ine Supremo Court
decision Is unknown yet. The decision
was the topic of discussion at the Cab
inet meeting and at the Capitol It
shared with the message the attention
of Senators and Ilepresentallres. At
torney Oi neral Knox says frankly
that he Is not prepared jet to advise
the President In the mntter, nnd It Is
said that a Justice of tnc Supreme
Court declared that that august body
was by no means acquainted with tho
extent of change's demanded by the
That the duties heretofore collected
must be ref uncivil Is clear, 'lhat lieu
trade exists at present between tho
IslamlB and the United Stntes Is not
so clear. Seimei people think the
ningley tariff has liimned across tlm
Pailtk forthwith, while eithcis believe
there Is no law until Congress nets.
The mitigation laws, the revenue) Inws.
Immigration laws nnd other Important
general laws urn in eloiibt so fni as the
Philippines nre lonierned. Tho Tie-as
ury Dcpattment Is Inclined to belluvei
that tho ningley tnrllf Is effective) In
the Philippines, nud that tho war tariff
Is revoked A special message from
the President Is expec.ed outlining tho
At the Capitol the general belief ap
pears to be that Congress must net
soon nnd triune speclnl laws for the
Philippines and extend the geneial
lawB to the arcnlpelago wherever
practicable. It Is hard to find ninny
representatives who fnvoi free trade
between the Philippines nnd this uiun
tiy. They give various reasons fur
their belief In putting up nt least u
low tariff wall. Others arguo thnt 1m
migration laws must he passed to as
to prevent un Influx of Chinese Ironi
i m .
Horcm Some of us nre organizing a
new society that you should Join.
Sharpe Haven't time. I'm thinking
of organizing a new bocicty mvself. It's
tho "S. 8. U. S."
Horcm What's that The "U. S."
sounds patriotic, anyway,
Sharpo U'b moro than patriotic. It's
the "Society for the Suppression ut
Useless Societies." Catholic Standard
J. M. WEBB
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his GREAT DIS
COUNT BOOK SALE will be over in a few
days, and those who desire to SAVE 20 PfcR
CENT on books for Christmas presents
can do so only by making their selections
at once. We have re eived per S. S. "Sierra" a
number of NEW BOOKS just published,
which are included in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you can have them, as we will
not haggle over prices.
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