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BVENTNO BULLHTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1901
Published Every Day Except Biinday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACK It. KAUKINOTON..Killtor
Entered at the Post Olilco at Hono
lulu 08 second class mnttcr.
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Post OHlco nox 718
.DECEMUEK 30, 1901.
The transfer of the Anglican Church
In bringing up as many transition pe
riod problems ns the annexation of the
Territory, and there seems to bo as
much difference of opinion among
churchmen as there was among the
legal lights of the Islands.
A Ilullctln correspondent makes the
M'ry tlnudy t.' tgrstirt'i that n McKlr.
hj mercor.al certificate for any sum
from fifty cents to $1000 would be an
appropriate Ntw Year'3 present for
those desiring to tycp fresh the racm
ory of our martyred President.
The Advertiser's friendship !or Cay
pless would bring tears to the heart
of stone. Having experienced great
Joy over Cayplcss defeat for the office
of Third Judge, tho Advertiser pro
poses him for an ofllec that Is not va
cant. None knows better than the Ad
crtlser gang that If the President will
not appoint a man to the Third Judgo
ship, ha Is by no means likely to name
his as First Judgo of the Circuit
Court. The Advertiser's proclamations
of friendship are typical of Judas
lecarlut and tiro so accepted by the pub
lic. The necessity for n government
electrical Inspector was brought be
fore this community three year;) ago
when a lmckman and a soldier were
killed by contact with a llvo wire on
King street. It Is again brought to
public attention by the horrible acci
dent of Saturday night. Tho experi
ence with electricity In establishments
near the Mclnerny block showed no
extraordinary mix-up somewhero
among tho high power wires of that
vicinity. Tho Coroner's Jury will
doubtless bring out the necessary facts.
At all events no harm can be donq
and n great deal may bo avoided
through government supervision of thf
electrical wiring In tho city.
The strenuous endeavor of Oio offi
cial organs to misrepresent tho univer
sal demand (ur a special gewlon of the
Legislature to provblo Terrltorhl
funds proves nothing It not tli.u "hit
f i lends" and tho Governor nro dis
covering that tl.ero Is a solid business
sentiment behind tho demand. This
sentiment will not be put down by
wholesale charges that men of honest
thought and opinion are Job chasers,
treasury ral'Wa nnd what not that li
corrupt. A good portion of .llio com
munlty has about as mii.'h confidence
In tho Oocmnr as they have In tli
Legislature, but the situation demands
action and It Is tho duty of the citi
zen to make tho best of tho govern
mentnt machinery he bus at hand, In
stead of sighing for regeneration. The
regeneration will conio In time but
the Territory must not be allowed to go
to ruin meanwhile,
This strugglo to put the expenses of
the Circuit Court on tho lUu of a
schemo to obtain a special session ot
the Legislature Is tho wildest piece of
fully the Dole aggregation has yet
struck. They have nothing to say ot
the miserable condition of a public
school bouse due solely to lack ot
funds; nothing of tho boghole at Ke
walo, nothing of the devastation ol
public highways with no money to
make tho mandatory repairs. They aro
too far sighted to note tho obvious ne
cessities of the hour, but they go chas
ing Into the Circuit Court to defame
Its Judges and bring the court Into dis
repute. The records of tho courts ot
this Territory are open records. It Is
fully within the power of Dole's fol
lowing to search those records, com
pare them with the pnst and make note
ot Instances, If any there be, wh(j
money has been squandered. One of
Judge Humphreys' first acts on the
bench was to refuse to sanction a Jury
bill for cigars and other luxuries
which had been granted by his prede
cessors In office. Dut the Dole organ
charges that ho sent Jurors out to
lunch at the public expense. Doubt
less Dole would prefer that Juries bo
ted on bread and water. Tho only
way out ot It It for Dole to propose a
law at the next session ot the Legisla
ture that there shall be no crime In tho
Territory and no litigation that the
courts of the Territory may be conduct
ed without expense.
A JUDAS FRIENDSHIP.
The attempt to make It appear that
the Adve.lser "gloated" over the per
sonal defeat of Mr. Caypless for third
Judgo Is not Justified by any sentiment
ot approval with which this paper
took the news of Mr. Robinson's sue
cess, nor by any other circumstance.
Advertiser. December 0. t
How Independent ho (President
Roosevelt) Is appears In the fact that
ho has, In making these Hawaiian ap
pointments, not only snubbed Delegate
Wilcox and Harold M. Sowall, but has
served notlco on the Republican Torrl-i
torlal Committee that unless that nony
endorses men who will bo acceptable
to tho business Interests of these isi
nnds, It cannot hopo lor executive fa
vor. Advertlsor, December 27.
Tho Advertiser's ability to crawl oa
Its belly and cringe under the expose of
Its malicious cowardice has been ex
emplified muny times but never to b
ter advantage than In this Caypless ln
Tho organ says It was not pleased at
the personal defeat of Mr. Caypless;
that It merely sought to describe how
useless It Is for any man to expect fa
vor of President Roosevelt when en-It
dorsed by Delegate Wilcox or Harold
If this assertion of the organ wers
honest to the slightest degree for what
reason did It on receiving word thai
Mr. Iloblnson would be appointed re
mark that "UNLESS THAT 110DY
(llcpubllcan Territorial Committee)
ENDORSES MEN WHO WILL HE AC
CEPTAI1LE TO THE UU8INESS. IN
TERESTS OF THESE ISLANDS. IT
CANNOT HOPE EOU EXECUTIVE
Tho Advertiser will not explain be
cause It cannot explain. The llcpubll
can Territorial committee did not lend
Its endorsement to any candidate not
acceptable to tho business Interests of
the Islands. The Advertiser referred
directly and positively to the Cnyplest
appointment and to no other. It now
seeks to evade the results of its black,
guard policy because it has been called
down by the Interests which it poses as
representing hut ns n matter of fact
It consistency misrepresents. It crawls
because the true character of Its mo
lives Is exposed,
Tho Advertiser's attempts to show
the disfavor In which Mr, Scwall Is
held by President Kooscvclt nro pro
ductive of mirth and none will appre
ciate the Joke more thoroughly than
the President himself.
AMENDED CHARTER .
(Continued from page 1.)
of the church now known as "The
Piotestant Episcopal Church In tho
United States of America ' and subject
to tho constitution, canons, rules, reg
illations and dlsclpllno of tho said
Protestant Episcopal Church In the
United States of America; and,
whereas. It annears by tho said no-
tltlon and by otuer satlslactory evi
dence that 'tho Protestant Episcopal
Church In tho United Slates of Amer
ica docs not depart from tho Church
of England, mentioned In the charter
of Incorporation heretofore granted In
any essential point of doctrine or wor-
snip, or further than local circum
stances reipilro as most convenient
for the maintenance nnd unread ni
the samo doctrines nnd worship con
sistently wun tno constitution and
laws of the United States of America;
Now therefore. I. the undornlcniMl.
Win. II. Wright, wuh tho approval ol
the (lovernor, do by virtue of tho an
thorlty conferred by section 2043 ol
tho Civil taws of 1897 hereby amend
tho charter grunted on tho Cth day or
November. A. D. 18G2. as aforesaid, to
tho Illght Itctcrcnd Thomas Ncttlcshlp
ainicy, u.u., nnu his associates nnd
thereafter amended on tho 7th day of
November, A. D. 1873, as aforesaid, to
tho Illght Reverend Alfred Willis, D.
i ., ami ins associates, so that tho sa d
charter shall hereafter read as fol
lows, that Is to say:
The corporation heretofore known
under nnd by the name of "Tho Trus
tees of the Anglican Church In Hawaii
shall hereafter be known under and by
the namo of "Tho lrotcstant Episco
pal Church In the Hawaiian Islands"
and by that namo may sub and be
sued, plead and bo Impleaded, appear,
prosecuto nnd defend to final Judg
ment and execution any process either
in law or equity ami may novo a com
mon or corpornto Bt-al which may bo
altered or renewed at its pleasure.
The aforesaid corporation and Its as
sociates and successors forever shall
hate and hold 111 lee simple or other
wiso according to Its present right all
Its lands, tenements! nnd hereditaments
and all other Its real and personal es
tate to the purpose and use of estab
lishing and maintaining In tho Ha
waiian Islands a branch of tho church
now known as ".lie Protestant Epls-
copal Church In the United .States of
iuii-iii;u uuui-t uuu lit Ulirtituumu
Willi the constitution, canons, rules.
regulations and uibcipllno or the Prot
estant Lplscopal Church In tho 'United
States of America and subject to inc
authority ot the general convention ol
liio corporate powers, business and
property ot tho said corporation Bhali
u"e exercised, conducted and controll
ed by a board of tllectois which shall
consist ol the blunop, coadjutor-bish
op or missionary blsnop of tho afore
said branch of tho Proaestant Eplsco
pai unurcn in tne united States of
America lor tho time being, exercising
Kpiscopji omco within tho Hawaiian
Islands, who shall be a director, ex
officio, and set en ouier directors, who
shall be elected by ballot annually by
the diocesan convention, synod or oth
er representative body of tho Protest
ant Episcopal Church in tne United
Stales ot America, constituted and act
Ingin and for tho Hawaiian Islands lu
accordance with the canons, rules, reg
ulations, and discipline ot the nam
Protestant Episcopal Church In the
United States of America.
The by-laws for tho government of
said corporation shall oo those- adopt
ed by tho Synod of tho Anglican
Church In Hawaii in December, 1901,
whit may bo amended from time to
time by tho dlocebau convention, syn
od or other representative body of tho
Protestant Episcopal Church in the
United States of America, constituted
and acting In and for the Hawaiian
IslandB in accordance with the canons.
rules, regulations and dlsclpllno of tho
Protestant Episcopal Church In the
United Slates or America.
The board of directors shall be pre
sided over by the ulshon. coadJutoi
bishop or missionary blsnop, and In
the event of a vacancy of tho seo by
such person as the by-laws of tht
corporation may appoint for such oc
Tho board of directors shall elect a
secretary who shall be. and a treasur,
er who may or may not be, one of the
No conveyance or lease of real es
tate Bhall be made by the said corpor
ation excopt with Jhe concurrence ol
two-tblids of the wnolo board of ill
rectors, at a meeting specially called
for tho purpose of deliberating upon
the l advisability of selling or leasing
such real estate and all contracts and
deeds which the said hoard of direct
ors may lawfully make shall he signed
by tho president, secretary and treas
urer and when so signed shan bo valid
in law to all IntentB and nurnoserf.
All processes of law Intended for or
directed to tho said corporation when
amy served on tne president, secre
tary or treasurer thereof shat. bo held
to havo been duly served on tho cor
In witness of the above I have here
unto Bet my hand caused the seal of
the office of the 'treasurer to be af
fixed this day of
.Treasurer of the 'territory of Hawaii.
CUBA AND HUB SUGAR.
New York Commercial.
Referring to Cuba In his message to
Congress President Roosevelt said:
"There aro weighty reasons of moral
ity and of national Interest why the
policy reciprocity should bo held to
have a peculiar application, and I most
earnestly ask your attention to the wis
dom, Indeed to the vital need, of pro
viding for a substantial reduction In
the tariff duties on Cuban Imports Into
the United States."
There can bo' no doubt that Presi
dent Roosevelt becamo convinced ot
tho wisdom of tho policy that he re
commended to Congress only after the
facts pro and con had been full pre
sented and carefully weighed by him.
Taking up one phase ot the subject
that relating to sugar we are at
once plunged Into a sea ot contradic
tions which It Is hard to weather; but,
with Justice for a compass, a pathway
through the mazo of facts nnd fiction
surrounding us is not impossible, al
Granted that Cuba may riccd conccs
slons to compensate for the alleged loss
that she has already sustained and to
prevent an additional loss predicted on
the present sugar crop, the question at
once arises: "Can this relief be
granted without doing violence to Am
This query Is answered most em
phatically In both the nlTlrmatlvo and
the negative, according to the preju
dices of to tho commercial Interests of
the factions most deeply concerned In
tho outcome. ,
As principals we have arrayed
against each other the cane sugar In
terests of Louisiana and the beet sugar
Indus troy throughout the United States
on the one side, and the Cuban sugar
growers and tho cano sugar refining
Interests In the United States backed
by a powerful manufacturing element
on the other.
Unfortunately, the cause of the Cu
bans has been espoused by the so
called sugar "trust," or Its credited
representatives, against which there
seems to be some popular prejudice.
Lower duties on rnw cane sugar from
Cuba mean In the minds of the op
posing Interest and ot the public
cheaper raw material -" greater
profits to a rich and prosperous
"trust." Hence great opposition Is en
gendered through tho exercise of pub
lic sentiment In addition to tho spon
taneous nnd perfectly natural antipa
thy of tho beet sugar Interest,
There Is n popular belief, too, that
the beet sugar Interest Is having n hard
struggle for existence; that tho farmer
raising beets Is making little profit;
and that, should a lower tariff prevail
on cane raw sugar, the budding beet
sugnr Interest would be blasted. And
there was reason for this belief no
doubt, but the year of 1901 has brought
many changes favorable to tho bcot
Thoso who are best acquainted with
the facts assert that refined beet suftir
Is now produced In tho United States
at 3.1S cents per pound, whllo tcflncdl
-can sugar costs 4.24 cents per pound tol
manufacture. It such Is the case', the
beet sugar Interest does not need tho
full protection now given by the tariff
on foreign raw sugar. If the American
Sugar Refining Company and the other
largo refiners would assure Congress,
tho Cubans nnd the public that what
ever reduction Is made In the tariff
say 14 cent will be made to accrue to
the benefit ot the Cubans and of Am
erican consumers, and not of tho Am
erican refiners, nil opposition to such
concession to Cuba would probably be
"Tnlk about the Inconsistency ol
women? Why, a woman Isn't in II
with tho average man," remarked tho
tall harbor aq he- carefully parted the
man's hair on tho wrong side. "I had
a fellow ouo day who was grumnv.
'This Bhon Is all right In some ways,
ho said, 'but It takes you too long to
slave a man.' 'How much tlmo do you
want to client! Kettlnc shaved?1 I nnli
eU. 'About four minutes.' Bald ho.
'All right,' said I; Til ahavo you In
four minutes.' And I did. artcr a fnsh
Ion. Ho was beaming alf over wheu
ho got out of the chair. 'Evory mln
uto Is worthy money to a busy man,'
he said, and he shot out of tho shop
as though a million dollars waited for
him Just nround the comer. Ever
slnco then he haB called mo tho four
minuto barber and he won't let any
ot the others shavo him. Instead of
tolling his regular turn ho sits down
and walls until I get through with the
man In my chair. I bavo known him
to wait fifteen minutes longer than ho
was obliged to Just'so as to bo shaved
In four minutes. If you can figure
out tho economy of time In that you'ro
a better mathematician than I am."
' , m
General Kitchener Is said to ho very
sensitive about his namo because, It
vas In ancient times applied to a plata
warmer, and later to a kitchen super
SEEING IS BELIEVING
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UP - TO
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acterlstlca ol our vehicle. Neither
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construction, and the result Is us tine
and well built a line ol vehicles made.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
125 Merchant 8t.( next
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number of NEW BOOKS just published,
which are inciud in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you can have them, as we will
not haggle over prices.
n Rare Combinations In Economy and Style.
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Arlington Block,' Hotel 8t. H. Ft DAVI80N, Manager.
EVERY DAY : :
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C. F. HERRICK, Manager.
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