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' They do not ask charity. They ask work-a-day life. They will he taught
I work. It Is within the Ooiernor's less of the theories which they are
lletween Its schools nnd Its police pm,, r , sot ,,, PU,snry legislative unable to grasp and more of 'the prnc
thedlstrlit of Knu seems to iao suln-l lmicIl,nt,ry , mnt,m , prrvlile tho' tlcal things so necessnrj to the equip,
dent excitement to kiep It In turmoil ( BorK ,, ,, ro.lwmnuc nnanclnl re i ment of a man or woman who Is depen
for a generation. tnrni v ill he perform this duty or dent upon his or her own energies for
does he see his path of duty to bo the support.
The statement of II (1 Oreen regard inference of the poor to public charity i 'I he results of this new policy of the
Ing his purported conversation with1,,,, possibly an appeal to the Chamber C.ovcinmcnl will be watched with
Deputy Sheriff Andnws puts It up tu, f Commerce to establish a public soup grtnt Interest by those Btudjlng thn
Andrews ot the Hawaii ueram lor an
Home Rulers cannot he called to ac
count for failure to keep constantly at
It, but their suggestion to the (lovemor
of tho County bill will be like a red
rag to a bull.
Thise people Indulging In scrim-,
traces over the Possession of property
nrnrlii in ntiiieal tn sumo of the real
estate agents. They havo enough
hoiiiB and lots to dispose of at rea
sonable rutcg and no nssault and bat
tr cases thrown In.
Tho next delegation likely to call on
the Governor might be tho children of
Aula school with n petition that thn
Governor visit the place and see for
himself the miserable surroundings
teachers and pupils are forced to put
up with all on nccount ot the lack of
It Is not proper to compare deserving
poor with Corey's arm, nevertheless
jestcnlaj's seame In the Governor's
offl.ee calls to mind Grover Cleveland
and the Coxey's army times. The
1'nlted States had to get rid of the
Cleveland administration and tho prin
ciples it stood fur before Coxey's army
could be put out of business li helm;
K-l to work.
Tho Governor should not forget
that those who will bo reim
bursed by the Kirn Claims awards ar
not the onl ones who are feeling tho
pinch of hard tlnrcs. Added to the lire
sufferers lists aro workmen, who If thn
Governor holds to his present deter
mination will not receive relief for
nearly two scars when that Igniw
fntuus "next Legislature" which tho
Governor Is chasing will supposedly
appropriate money. Meanwhile the.
Associated Charities Is tho only goal
the worklngmau has In sight,
The contract for direct shipment of
sugar from a Kauai plantation mid tho
increase of direct shipment through
out the Islands indicates that Honolulu
mei chants and the local steamship
companies have no small problem to
grapple with when considering the dl
erslon of trade from this port. Tho
steamship companies claim they can
not reduce Inter-Island rates and live.
If high and almost prohibitive rates
nil- maintained by these companies
what will they do when a large portion
of tho traffic hitherto enjojed Is di
verted into other channels?
T..U POOR AND THE DUTY OP'of W?
Governor Dole ndvlsed the Chlneso
to be patient, lit- suggested that their
claims were undoubtedly good, and
that they would receive whnt was duo
them In good tluu-. llepnrt of meeting
of poverty stricken Chinese with t lie
Governor Dole again reminded the
unfortunates that ho was powerless to
render them any assistance. Ho could
do nothing, he said, but give from hli
own pocket, and he could hardly af
ford to do that. Ileport of meeting of
poverty stricken Chinese with Gover
nor. At the Interview ended. Governor
Dole handed the spokesman of the
delegation a note addressed to Mrs,
Ilerger, manager of the Associated
Charities, directing the victims ot the
Chinatown fire to go there for nsslst
ance Ileport of meeting of poverty
stricken Chlneso with Governor.
Governor Dole was on Monday after
noon treated to an exhibition of what
bard times are doing for certain Chin
ese residents of tho city. These hard
times tire undoubtedly due, so far as
the Chinese In question are concerned,
tu dclajs In tho pu merit ot fire claims.
There can be no question that the
hard times experienced outside flro
claims beneficiaries, tho lack of coin to
do tho business of tho Territory, and
inability of laboring men to obtain the
usual employment on public work, are
aided, abetted and fostered by tho Gov
ernor's persistent refusal to ctcll a
special session of the Legislature to
provldo revenue unci bonds to carry on
Governor Dole told these poor peo
ple he could not help them out; he hus
not sufllclent means. No one presumes
to doubt this statement. The people do
not call upon him In his private capa
city but as the head ot thn adminis
trative derailment of tho Territory.
Governor Dole turned theso people
over to charity as he would doubtless
have to do with other poverty stricken
people who might appeal to hint. Ho
gave them a note to the manager of the
With this Incident, the public Is giv
en two results of the Governor's re
fusal to call a special session to placet
Territorial revenues oq a stable foot
ing: First, the appeal to tho Cliamhei
of Commerce for funds to carry on the
Kiro Claims Commission; second, the
reference by tho Governor of poverty
stricken people to the Associated Char
ities. One banker of this town has said he
would rather pay tho whole $4000 for
tliu Klre Claim Commission out of till
own pocket, than have the (lovcrnor
call a special session of the Legisla
ture. Tills banker snjs he Is Governor
Dole's friend. Will this same banker
pay from tils own pocket, the money j ment schools to the ordinary common
tn keep the poverty sttlcken resident , school studies, thus furnishing n solid
or citizens from the necessity of np. . elcmtntary foundation nnd leaving the
pealing to public ilmrlty? j rest to the Indian to whom Is open
This general demand for a special hundreds of schools nnd colleges,
session (if the Legislature Is neither should tut li;no the happy Inspiration
factional nor tho product of selfish In-, ability or nmbltli.4 to go higher. In
terests except so far ns every laboring! other words, the Goiernmcnt plans tu
man Is seltlsh In his desire to obtain Pit the Indian to earn his bread and
work and thus keep bis fnnill) from butter ami lc.ne the rest to him,
want. It dues nut come from the bank ' In furtherance of this plan the In
ers or llnnucters, the linle enough to dimtrlal feature Is to he Introduced In
tide uer dltllcmtles. It comes from the schools. Il this line of teaching
the men nnd the families whom (Inter-1 the Indians of both sexes will receive
nor Dole would Justlj lecognlze ns "do- Instruction In the trades nnd Indus
serving poor." tries tho practical things of ecry day,
illlllll UIIIUIIK " lirujui: (i,i,itt,j invj
McKI.NLEY MEMORIAL .1.0.NUY. nnd shiftless as well as by the theo-
' rliers seeking the best foundations for
"What arc ion colnc to do with the, manhood nnd womanhood. Hxperl-
This vry natural question arises ln,stratlng that mere book learning with
the minds of llllo citizens when asked out an accompanying education In
i to lontrlhute to the McKlnlcy memor-
Inl fund, nnd falling to receive an nns-
wer the citizens of llllo contribute ,
nnthlnc - .
There can bo no doubt that every
citizen of this Territory holds thn'
memory of the late President in tho.
highest esteem. When It comes tn the
erection of n public memorial, how
ever, material Interests come to the
front nnd will not be put down
Whether Justified or not, there Is a
' Pnnllnr. Itiriicrimit fliw ltl.-lTlfla tll.lt
Honolulu Is seltlsh, nnd It cannot bo
denied that there Is a good amount of .Miiviuiey memormi wnuumi u...
honest sense in the lack of enthusiasm ."ell TjW&SWSr
in the outside districts for a memor- B1In,aUlc enthusiasm and patriotic
lal In tho form of a public utility and 1 1( Bard for too late President, and tilled
from which by reason of Inter-Island i v.ltb nn cagor desire to contribute to
distances Honolulu will derive nil tho the perpMuatlon of tho beloved mem
benefits. If a public hospital or play-i"r of William McKlnlcy. et not r.
ground or nny similar utility is pro-' UirthliiK Is subscribud by the people
nosi-,1 win- should nut llllo or Wal- at ,,lu l'l0H0 )f lUo "'"" 'N,,t u
, '.,! ". ".?.. ".V" ... .J num., la signed to tho army of blanks
limit. Ijllllltlllltl ill llll,i .M.i-Jl .....n.iii-
town or district use the money for a
similar local project' This question
enn be nnsw creel from a theoretical
standpoint hut is moio difficult to
eri apple with from the practical side.
Previous experience with the Kala
knua memorial fund has no bearing
whatever on the present project If
there is nny doubt as to the integrity I
of t lie McKinley committee's motives,
the treasurer and executive committee ,
will no doubt undertake to guarantee,
tho return of every tent, If nothing Is!
In tnelv'e months or two vcars Tlie 1""u' ' the amount of mon
In twelve months oi two cars. , ,llel,0 .turtlm.nt (1rt,r- ,, ,
I he points made by tho llllo people Ulcy a pregnt money paid to a Ho
aro not without forceful features, how- ,,c monument committee. T.m
ever, nnd carry a timely suggestion to U ems have gone- by and none of the
the executive committee. This rum- donors havu heard of their money nor
mltteo should immediately set Itself to1 of any monument erected to their
work to determine what form the' King.
memorial shall take. A definite aim .J"" irvrQni "onolulii committee Is
i .i, -.,. r oil .....,. .,.,.! hii..i'ilr'rc, eomposed of men whoso unmet
Is tho secret of all success, and while ,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,, ,mt tlvlr pIllIlg for
the present dealing In generalities ton-1 a ,miminll.Ilt , imiiown. In llllo
tlnues, the progress of the fund will bo t,0lr little eampalgii was started with
slow and sadly lacking in its appeal' the cart beloie the hoiso, consequently
to public enthusiasm. An arbitrary Hi lias not budged an Inch. The pco
pioposal from the committee will do,l,If ' this city know that nothing has
more to stir up Interest than this ever- '"; '""''led us to the character of the
,ast.ng query: What shall we do with 11"!,!
the money when we get It? ,on of lt, ,,,,, u.y mghl ect.
Mr. Chamberlain has made a very v hen one-o the money Ib raised. They
good suggestion In proposing that each ( I, now that It is possible tnat Honolulu
contilbutor shall voto on tho charartc-rj may appropriate tho dollars sent Irom
of tho memorial, the fifty cent sub-'I'llo for tho purpose of beautifying a
serlptlon entitling each contributor to
. . ., i, i... mui.
are being mnue. nut wnai mo project
needs If It Is to secure any degree of
success is decision. The executive
committee should lead oft with the
decision. It must establish some ba
sis of action, some basis of vigorous
work or the McKinley memorial will
soon be a memory, nothing more than
a memory and not altogetner a pleas
ant one by reason of its being tbe
memory nf a failure
NEW EDUCATION FOR THE
The most notable feature of Secre
tary Hitchcock's report for the Inter
ior Department Is his discussion of the
Indian question nnd the proposal of a
geneial reform in the mcthoiU of tho
Government In dealing with these
winds of the Nation. Hitchcock pro
poses to treat the Indians less as wards,
thioiv them more on their own re
sponsibility, at the same tlmo Improv.
leg the opportunities given them for
developing a fair grade of citizenship.
Probably mom money has been spent
on thu Indians ot the country with the
least return than on any people or pro
ject with which the nation Iuib had to
deal. Judged from results, the money
hns been virtually wasted and there Is
no promise that the waste will be btay
ed under the present methods of ad
ministration. Tho Indian is quite will
ing to be treated as a ward and It Is the
exception rather than tho rule that he
rises above the lazy, listless life which
l.i thu easy road of his present condi
tion. He Is treatod as a child and Is
satisfied to continue In that role ns
long as t keeps him In food aud cloth
ing. Tho Secretary of the Interior pro
poses to mako thu Indians work, cul
tivate their lands and by their own
Industry contribute to their own sup-
I'dit. Should they rcfuso to tnko tills
calmly ho proposes methods by which
tho lazy Indian will have his Govern
ment rations reduced, something em the
plan of "work or starve," free from un
Tho proposed reformation In the
government schools Is also worth) of
note and appeals strongly as a common
sense view as well as being the con
elusion taught by experience. Hither
to these schools have been conducted
nn a plane far beyond ,tho ordinary
needs nf tho pupils. The Indian has In
fact been schooled nlong tho lines that
trad to luxury. His opportunities have
been far bejond what ho ever made use
uf In a life confined principally to (he
Industry of the farm and the stock
ranch. It la now proposed that tho
Oourtiment cense Its endcavorB to
mnkn nrlfltoorntR nut nf thn lncllnnel
and turn to the tusk of developing men I
With this end In lev It la planned In
limit the courses of all the Cloven1 I
host methods of developing Ideals of
.l.l. ...... a ....Atil. .. r toonl I .. In.,
ence In nil American schools Is demon-
manual labor Is n narrow foundation
productive of sjich luxurious Ideals
thnt In practical life too often topples
over nnd ends In Ignominious failure.
It Is useless to try to make artists and
professors out of hewers of wood ami
drawers of water.
McKlNLbY MKMOKIAL IN IIILO.
The story told In tho news columns
of todn'H Trlbuno of a big llllo mass-
meeting, called to raise turns lor a
t plead out on a table before the an
What was the reason? It Is not far
In llllo, there nrn several hundred
(Ylhrs worth of receipts which react
In figures and words as follows, to wit:
"No. 235. Ullo, II. I.. Pell, :'S. 1891.
Itcceived from .lames Kolllhilena one
e'eilljr, which entitles tho licjirer to
one certificate of the Knlakaua Mem.
nment Association on presentation of
ttis receipt to the trensurer.
"MAUK P. UOI1INSON,
'Co,.,"'!'"l"u , .. treasurer.
""" ''"" ur BU"'U 'er muniei
l"' ii'-ee-Bsiiy over mere, l lie opinion
uellng here Is against contributing a
elollnr. without more substantial nnd
eiinnito guarantees of tho uso to be
mndo of tho money than nro shown
In the thanks of Governor Dole sent
over In advance.
i no llnwallans here freely stato
that they will contribute nothing to
a scheme which hns at its head Gov.
ernor Dolo. They revere tho name ot
.McKinley, hut they freeze up when it
( Is suggested that they exchange their
j money for McKinley monument souvo-
i nirs Hearing tho otnclal title nnd sic-
nniuro or me present Governor of the
Hut more than all other reasons tnlt.
en together, tbe weight of local prldo
and loyalty to the material Interests
of llllo accounts for tho blank sub
scription blanks, iiuo is hungry for
neoded Improvements of every de
scription. More hospital loom Is nec
essary nnd other things Innumerable
could bo mentioned.
In short, the day Iibb arrived when
llllo people feel that they nro entitled
tn seo with their eyes and touch with
their hands the frultB to bo purchased
by tho levle s made upon them In what
Kcllteir nvrnlng llulli-tln: I noto nu
editorial In laht c-ie-nlng's Stnr which
brinies back recollection to me of olden
and pnHi clays, when tho writer thoicor
and of tills, were associated editors
together. The "celebrated rnid" niaclo
ft as to regain possession of a docu
ment which tho "Gazette" people were
siippone-el to h)shc-sh and did at thu
time. Tho "Star" writer flow yei coop
and hung out tho British flag at his
residence as a proteetlon. leaving In
structions to bum or destroy tho dan
gerous copy. C. It. II., rrom informa
tion recoiled, wns present after tho
raid. A printer, n good man (whoso
name is synonymous with sparkling
champagne), saicd tho day by taking
tho cupy from tho diawer nnd "taking
n walk," The ending of u.o story wnB
that tho muciideslied document was
fennel Inter, in tho ''Atliertlsor" of
fice! and. In tho meanwhile, tho Star
writer never laughed Liu nearly died
of fright. "Hob" Grlovo Is dead; Neu
mann Is dead; Itosa Is dead; Mchr
tens is doad; but "thero nro othcre"
nllve, nnd tho $500 reward offered "for
Information, ete" would havo been
taken by tho Star writer hut for the
fact that he was partlclpls crlmlnls
which reminds mo lint that Is anothor
story. FRANK (IODFUKY.
Honolulu, December 16, 1001,
Great Britain Intends to exterminate
the remaining liners and to do so
without merry. This announcement
is matlo by tho Ilrltlsli Government
and Is made without tho slightest ov
idenco of shame. Iluualo Review,
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - op Tim - -
P. R. ISIINBCRG, President.
UP - TO
' Vwj A Ixx Si v v
In estly, clcjiiint tn finish, lljvht unci
ec:ny running, arc the Icnellnc clinr
iictcrlHtlcM of our vehicles. Neither
time nop expense Is Hiiirt-d In their
construction, unit the result is ns tine
nnil well hullt ii line ol vehicles niiicle.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
120 Merchant 8t., next
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 o! 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.
A. A. MONTANA
and Millinery Parlors
H, F, DAVIDSON, MANAGER.
Arlington Itlock, Hotel Ht.
PHONO MAIN :iu.
EVERV DAY : ':
vvc nee showing
Wood - -
- - Glass
and mm; novelties
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
C. I:. IICRRICK, Mtiniigcr.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stunjjenwnld Building.
VOGUE DEHI0NH IN
Swell Hats, Artistic Gowno
Fine Ladles' Furnltihlngs,
Children's Dresses, Import
ers of European goods (no
All orders receive prompt
attention, and courtesy
will bo ttliown to all customers.
Wm. 0. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
8an Francisco Agent Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
Ban Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London Tbe Union Bank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
i Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
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 Issuod. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Businoes.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
iu all the- principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fixed deposits 7 day
notioo 2 per cent, (tin? form will
not bear interest unlesa it remains
undisturbed for one month), 8
months S per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 monttia 4 per cent
Pioneer Building aid Loan
ASSETS, JUNE H, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock is now
OKKICnitS Ji"L. McLenn. Pre.il.
dent; A. ,A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. II. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
Dini:CTOrtS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. dear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech, J. A. Ly'e.
Jr., J. M. Little, h'. 8. Boyd,
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hour; 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and interest allowed by the
Bank nt (our and one-bait per cent
Printed copies of tbe Utiles and Reg
ulations mar be obtained on applica
tion. Offlce at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24,000,000
I'alet Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510,000
HCAD 01'FICE. YOKOHAMA.
Tho 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 tbe Yokohama Speclo Bank.
New Republic Bid., HI King Street
A Grocery Store
All thu neeessary InKiodlcnts
for rnnklui; that Christmas
Tho best rook In tho world
eunnot maUci a good raku
Irom 'poor matcrialH.
Wo havo u choice, fresh
stock alwajH on hand and
maintain thu highest standard
of excclienco at all times.
For tho houimy trade wn
hnio Imported many now nov
cities In Christmas Orna
ments, Christmas rees, Bon
Corao Iu unci look around
thu storu nlillu shopping.
LEWIS & CO
240 Three Telephones 240.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architect, Contractor and, Builder.
Edward R. Swain.
SIASQlNWAlb BID,, MOSOLUll
CROCKER DUILDINO, 3
SAN TRANCISCO. .
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi iito
Oeo. W. Page.
F. W. Beartlslee.
P. 0. Box T7I
BEARD8LEE A PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Offlce, Rooms 2-t, Arlington Annoi,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate! fur
pished on Short Notice, . '
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptlr attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden bulldlngm, alaa
Office and reaitfanee. 319 Oun m.
near Government building.
M. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVBD
To rear ot old aland. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either shop
or offlce at John Nott'a store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen,
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chaefer,
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
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.,
Solo agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Offlce and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
ited. THI8 SPACe. RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
Furopean and American Dry Gocda.
Fort and Queen 8ts,
H. HapkfeitU Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeta, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
ttrmutMj f.nl. Tn t W lr,Ul tl t ..i.e
T "Ij, If . Itkca .,;, bill. t.k
u Mill k. 4ct.t a. 4 (.!, lata, iv.t,, . .ua,
. Tar.al, ria)il, ftD,r l'l.i( fa., rir.
' " ' !;. Hlr li.unni (alllaf ni. wrlw
Cook Remedy Co.
llll M..al. T.apU.lakatlll.l.rpn.hafnr.fc lav.
Uai loo.ewo. w,iwm,.,u,Wi ,. ...
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