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THURSDAY JANUARY 2, 1902.
Thurston's clfort to prove an alibi
on the political Sunday school ought to
be supported by one of thoso Bar As
President Roosevelt Is teaching tmi
more garrulous members of the army
and navy that their valor must be con
fined to the civilized warfare. It Is the
exclusive privilege of men In prlvato
life to talk too much.
Mnclay says Ills only desire to re
main In the Navy department Is that
he may obtain material for his liis
torlcal works. His last historical ef
fort, however, does not give assurance
that he can do other than misuse his
Again the Doers have been routed
horse, foot and dragoons only to appeal
again to give Kitchener cause for more
"regret" telegrams. For ability to
tnko rare of themselves without outside
assistance and against tcrrllic odds the
lloeis may be ci edited with few equals
nnd no superiors In history.
Tom Hitch has doubtless decided
upon a New Year's resolution never to
oecept an Invitation In advance. After
giving out a probable list of Invitations
tho committee In charge, of the Homo
Hulo rally evidently chauged their
minds, even as Hltcb at times hu.i
Tho President of the United States
playing the part of Santa Clans may
teem to some as beneath the dignity
of the Chief Executive of a world pow
er, but It calls to mind that our Presi
dent Is "Just like one of your own
folks." If It uerp otherwise It would
be Impossible for him to be the Presi
dent. Argentine and Chile while having
leached an agreement are continuing
their preparations for war. Having set
the war fires burning the two nations
find It difficult to quench their work
with agreements of any kind. They
have now to reckon with the war
spirit of the people.
The clrcunistnncPH surrounding the
dmth of "Archie" Oilllllan are parti
cularly distressing. No sooner were his
friends fears allayed on account of his
failure to wrlto of his whereabouts,
than the news came of death by acci
dent, fillllllan was a wholesouled man
whoso friends Included eu-ry man
having the good fortune to know him
Telegraphic announcement that me
Philippines offer great opportunities
for stenographers and typewriters may
change tho course of the queries that
have been pouring Into Hawaii slnco
annexation. It will bo a great relict
to tho business men of the Territory
when the new country Idea weights th'j
malls of other new possessions.
Delegate Wilcox's bill to enable ap
peals from the local Supremo Court
will place our Judicial system In such
shape 39 to secure American Justice
beyond pcradventuro of a doubt. It U
safe to say that the Thurston combi
nation will light this measure as any
thing that savors of appeals fiom their
favorites Is always distasteful to them
When tho Third Judgeship appoint
ment Is finally known It will be Inter
esting to draw conclusions on tho
cuuse for tiie Advertiser's Joy over
Cnypless' defeat nnd also note tho
actual knifing done by some of those
posing as his supporters. An honest
opponent Is worthy of admiration, but
political Judas Iscnrlots have a place
nil by themselves. '
Any protest against the RoblnBon
appointment on tho ground of real-
denco In the Territory must of neces
sity bo of no effect. Mr. Robinson ful
fills all the legal requirements neces
sary to citizenship and nppolntment to
Territorial office. If It be true that Mr.
Robinson's nanio has been withdrawn
and Kcpulknl substituted tho action
must have been tho result of energetic
work of Hawaiian representatives to
wipe out the precedent of Territorial
appointments being under the control
of a State delegation.
A Chicago millionaire Is very wroth
becauso his son married a chamber
maid who Is admittedly a woman of
- good character but not the son's "equal
In social standing " Popular sympathy
will undoubtedly be with the son and
tho chambermaid, and ten to one If
tho fnther's ancestry were looked up
It would bo found that the time was
when a chambermaid would add digni
ty to tho family's "social standing."
. Of all tho disgusting freaks American
i ihPJoj)r)ducc8 the "social standing" of
me uuwjy ricu is mo worst.
Tho necessity for a special election
In tho Fourth District offers a splendid
opportunity for the political forces of
tho Governor to pnite with what favor
their administrative course Is accepted
bytho people. Tho Republican organ
ization cannot fall to put forward n
candidate who should by all means be
on ardent supporter of tho Governor
Let the Issuo be met as It can bo mot
right here In the capital, that tho Gov
ernor and those of his party opposing
his policy may test the sentiment ol
the peoplo as expressed at the polls.
Mil RELY A MAKHHIIIPT.
The ofllctal organs nsscrt that the
pro rata arrangement for carrying
along the government departments will
mako plain sailing for tho reninlnder
of the period.
Plain sailing fur whom and for what?
Troup what source will the govern
ment draw funds to pay 1'lro Claims
awards. There arc residents of tho
city who are destitute, actually In want
for tho necessities of life by reason or and veracity. Upon the general vlr
thelr losses In tho plague tires of two tues of the Chlncso rnco ho further
years ago. The awards will soon ba says:
made and thcro Is an appropriation to In conclusion, let me Bay 1 never saw
pay tho Judgments of the court. Where n drunken Chinaman. 1 never saw a
will the Treasurer obtain the money? Chlneso lieggar. I never know or heard
Has he sufficient funds to make even a
pro rata payment?
Kcwnlu Is In a most disgraceful
state and the appropriation has been
made to carry on much needed Im
provements In that district. Upon
what financial sourco can the Terri
torial Treasurer draw to satisfy this
The pro rata scheme Is a mlsernbto
makeshift; a positive evasion of the
plain duty of the Governor. The de
partments arc already handicapped nnd
this last move strengthens the handi
cap. Thero U inthl.ig progressive In It.
nothing that carries anything more to
the people of the Territory than a re
assertion of tho determination to con
tinue the financial blockade.
8PRUADIING A LIU.
In publishing nn excerpt from an ar
ticle on Hawaiian Crown Lintls by
Hon. (leorgc H. Van Houten, the Dcs
.Moines Dally Capital repeats a He that
has been going the rounds of the Main
land press and ran doubtless bo traced
to the Dole-Thurston bureau of nils
repiesentatlou. Van Houten says, "One of the argu
ments made. In favor of compensation
(to the Queen) Is that tho Hawaiian
Legislature passed a bill allowing her
$."0.UW for the lands and that the Gov
ernor vetoed the bill."
Tho Hawaiian Leglstaturo never
passed any measure granting the
ex-Queen $.".O,(W0 fur lands nor did the
Governor ever veto any measure re
lating directly or Indirectly to the for
ulcr ruler of the Islands,
The last Legislature granted the ex
Queen u pension of 15,000 for thu pe
riod of two years. This received prac
tically the unanimous legislative vote
ami the measure carrying the appro
priation was signed by the Governor.
The proposal to pension tho ex
Queen was endorsed by all parties dur
ing the campaign and no objecting
oli-c waB heard in either legislative or
cxecutlxe circles. This endeavor to
keep the Governor posing before tho
Mainland readers In his old role of
hoiillnc down the personal or political
schemes of Queen l.llluokulanl are a
false a the motives of the men who!
promote tho sentiment.
1U SUCtliED KALUA.
As was toreshailowod in tho artlelu
Of last week relative to judgo Kalua,
a studied attumpt Is Doing madu to In
(line the Hawaiian? generally to bo
lleve that the article was aimed nt
itioni Instead of at the official acts of
Judge Kalua. Of course such attempts
nie quite as silly us they aic untruth
fill, and all intelligent llniv.illans ad
mit this in their hearts. II nol with
their lips, because it has always been
.in su-ady aim of th Npuh u 1,-acli
ile lliwallnns the true value nnd dig
nliy, of An'ilean citizenship In In.
nighest, best anil iiiimI unselfish sense.
As n matter of tact, if Judge Kalua
had been a haute Instead ol a Hawaii
an, lis official record would havo lieeu
Investigated long ago. A few days
since, n Hawaiian asl-ed the editor ol
this paper. "If Judge Kalua resigns.
whom would you wish to succeed
Mm?" And the unsw-r huh at once;
"Any honest nnd capable llawullau.
Maul possesses nt least two gentlemen
oi' this inllber, namely, Hon. A. N.
Kepoll.nl oi Wallulcu and Judgo Chan.
Copp of Maknwiio, c'ther ono ol whom
v ohm till the posltl-iu wltn Honor to
'iiimseli and satlsfar. Ion tc thu peoplo.
and either one of w'lom wjiilil receive
he hearli and cordial support of tho
IDes Moines Dully Capital. I
Joaquin Miller, tho Poet of the
Sierras, has contributed a most re
markable aitlcle to the current North
American IleWew upon "The Chinese
and the Exclusion Act." The article
Is remarkable from the fact that It U
a voice of condemnation of a policy
which was supposed to express ttio
unanimous sentiment of that section
of the countiy In which the writer
makes his home.
The' writer discusses his subject
from two standpoints: First That
tbo Chinese exclusion act Is-actually
deti (mental to the Industrial interests
of the Nation, especially of tho West.
Second That the act Is unchristian,
nnd a violation of the principles of
equity for which the United States, of
al) nations, ought to stand.
"Mr. Miller has spent a goodly por
tion of his life In the States upon the
Pacific slope, He has woiked In mines,
piactkcd law, and published a news
paper. He has also been an rxtenslvo
tiaveler In all portions of the world.
These circumstances will tend to pro
cure him respectful listeners and read
ers even among thoso who may never
be brought to coincide with his con
clusions. Mr. Miller makes u most savage on
slaught upon the labor organization
throughout the country, and brands
the lenders as mostly made up of noisy
agitators. He boldly makes the as
set Hon that the real laboring mun In
this country, tho mun who works with
hand nnd bruin rather tnan with his
mouth, is really Inilllfcicut In the mat
ter of Chinese laborers coming to this
countiy. He states that his woik dur
ing thu past four years as a talker at
teachers' Institutes, colleges, nnd so
on, has taken him Into nearly every
county In Washington, Oregon. Cali
fornia, Arizona, Now Mexico. Texas
and Louisiana, und that he has no
where heard one volte In favor of the
Chinese exclusion act, but the contrary
at all times and places. He declares
that the Chinese ure wanted In that
section for helpers; that It Is only tho
menial tasks which they essay to per
form, and that In no particular can
their presence be proven as an actual
menace to American labor.
The writer declares the Chinaman
to bo honest, and says that no one ever
heard of n dishonest Chinese, merchant
or banker. As to how far that may ho
truo wo will not stop to discuss, we
arc reminded, however, that American
experience with tho Chinese during tho
Uoxor troubles wag not of n character
to create a very blgh opinion of the
Chlncso susceptibility toward truth
of a lazy one. 1 sat as county Judgo
of Grant county, Oregon, for four
years, where the miners had sold out
to the Chinese to such nn extent that
the larger part of the mining property
was Chinese. Yet In all that tlmo there
was not ono criminal case Involving n
Chlnninan nnd but one civil ense, and
In the latter case a white man was
dually Indicted by his fellow citizens
Mr. Miller's last proposition Is sum
med up In the words: "It Is but equity
that the Chinaman should come hero
If we go there. This land Is too great
nnd too good to forget equity. I re
peat, wo need the Chinese peoplo quite
as much as they need us, nnd that Is
After all Is said, nnd of course
Joaquin Milter has a right to his say,
it Is safe to predict that opposition to
the reennctment of tho Chinese ex
clusion law will bo as Impotent as a
teed shaken by tho wind. Regardless
of what may he said to tho contrary It
Is tho understanding in this country
that American labor Is opposed to be
ing m'ailo to compete with Chinese la
bor. From nil appearances n majority
of both Houses of Congress stand ready
to obey thnt sentiment. President
Roosevelt mndo his own views upon
the matter plain when ho said in bis
message to Congress:
With the solo exception of tho farm
ing interest, no one matter Is of such
vital moment to our whole peoplo as
the welfare of tho wago workers. If
the farmer and the wago worker aro
well off, It Is absolutely certain that all
others might ho well off too. It la
therefor n matter for hearty congratu
lation that on the whole wages nie
higher today In the United States than
cier heforo In our history, and far
blghfr than In any other country. The
standard of living is also higher than
ever before. Every effort of the legis
lator and ndmlnlstintor should be bent
to secure the permanemy of this con
dition of things and Its Improvement
wherever possible. Not only must our
labor bo protected by the tariff, but It
should also be protected so far as It la
posslblo from the presence In this
ountry of any laborers brought mr
''' contract or those who. nm:ns free
ly yet rcpri-M-.it a standard n! living
so dcpiesKcd that they call undersoil
full our men In the labor market and
drag them to a lower level. I legiird It
as necestaiy. with this end In view, to
reonnct Immediately the law excluding
Chinese laborers nnd to strengthen It
wherever necessary In order to make
Its enfortement entirely efTectlu-
VcHt P.ulict Dliu-y.
Lnlrd & Let's Vest Poif.et Dairy and
tiiiii-buvur ior jy.-i', is lertaimy ono
ol me iifuicHi anil 111031 uuuett booit-a-is
ol lis si.i and Una ever juiuiuii
ui. 11 Is original, luultiess and attract
ive In paper and biiniii,0, and mo ton
.ems. in audition to 1..0 Ani.ual Ulao
piopci- and blank pag.es mr Accounts
ami Momuianda, aro surprising in
st ope mid ariety ns well as by their
ui curacy. Aiming tno timely tuples
rent a are. tuo iiiu ul the hue l'rusi
dent, William .dcuiuley; the metric
lysiem; tho population of ihu Umlcd
flutes and Temtoiies alter the census
i lsuu and in,. . me population 01
ilie cities ot the I oiled mutes ubovo
-'. jUI, hiiiubliuulH .n lsyu and In ltiuu;
untldotoH lor poisons; first help 111
iuse ot accidents; noine and lorulgu
postal und telegraphic rales; interest
taws and statutes ot limitations; tables
0. interest, woman h enuuecs of mar
lying; table ot longitudes; character
by thu month; etc. a double page
map 01 tne unitcu Hiatus, m tour col
ois, and maps of tne Philippines nnd
t'orlu lilco, diawn expressly for this
nit le tiook, ndd greatly to Its beauty
and value. Not 11 detail ..as bceu neg
lected to mane l-alrd At 1.00 Diary
and Tlmo-Saver a prlmo favorltu with
tne public. That It lias received gen
eiul recognition Is evidenced by tuc
met that the editions have uouliled in
size each succeeding year. (Laird &
Lee: leather speclul cover design, full
gilt, 20 eenls.)
CAHLli PRICHS Dli()I.
London, Dec. 21. ine tall In the
securities of cabin companies, which
loiumenced with the announcement 01
the success or Marconi s experiments
In having signals transmitted across
the ocean by his wireless system ot
telegraphy, has become continuous
throughout thu ween. Since Decem
ber I llli Anglo-Aincilran preferred
havo drupped seven points nnd ordi
nary shares have dropped lour points,
while KaHtcrn Tolugrapn was u closo
second with a full ot five unu a halt
Quito apart from tho speculative
bear movement there has been a real
selling of stock, iho opposition of tho
Anglo-American company to Marconi's
experiments appears to havo Increased
the apprehension of tho shareholders
of cablo companies us to tho prohabll
Ity of serious competition lu tho neai
llerlln. Dec. ;. 'I ho (loverniaunt.
yielding to Itussln's uncompromising
attitude reguidlng tho tariff bill, will
propose, when the conimltteo having
thn matter In churgu meets, that tho
minimum grain duty bo stricken out.
These minimum ilutles were put
iiiiougn uy the Agrarians, who desir
ed to fix n limit under which conces
sions could not bo mado In the com
morclal treaty negotiations. Tho eli
sions leave the Ministry froo to meet
the views of Ittissla respecting grain
and liny. Thus far It has not made
nny repoit concerning tho tariff, being
ndvlsed to wait until It was seen In
what form tho measuio would bo apt
Dr. Seo of tho United States Naval
Observatory In Washington, D. O., haR
Just concluded a measurement ot tho
planet Mercury with tho' largo tolc
scope of that Institution. Its diameter
Is found to bo 2G5S miles. Oswego
DURING - THE
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In Htyly, clcgunt In (InUti, light nnd
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time nor cxpciinc lit Npiircd In their
construction, 11 ml the rcmilt In iih fine
nnd well built (i line ol velilcleH imitlc.
CliAS. F. HERRICK
I2f Mcrclwnt 8t next
The Season's Latest Creations
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A. A. MONTANA,
Lending Dressmaking House nnd Millinery Pnrlors.
Arlington Hlock, Hotel Kt. l. -t DAVISON, Munnger.
The New Housekeeper generally has
a tolng tlmo In selecting furniture
for the house.
It Is one of our specialties to mako
this task n light ono and wo take prldo
in furnishing tho parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc., tastefully and econom
ically. When you want
Coyne Furniture. Co.
The Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
. Factory. i
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THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
EVERY DAY : :
wo arc allowing
Wood - - -Bohemian-
- - Glass
Pine Cut Glass
not before display
ed In Honolulu.
C. P. HERRICK, Milliliter.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Ktungcnwiihl Hullillnrj.
ITS A DUTY
to your family to buy FRESH,
CLEAN and wholesome groc
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Prompt and agreeable service.
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1006 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Are you ping
to build a
If you contemplate building
a house this spring, havo your
contractor get our bid lor sup
plying lumber, glass, paints,
If our bid Isnt tho lowest
and tbo inatcilals the best, wo
don't want tho work. That's
fair, Isn't It?
LEWERS & COOKE,
Bishop & Company
nstnbltshed In 1858.
Transact business In all departments
Collodions carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and gold.
Commercial nnd Travelers' Letters
of Credit leaned on Tho Hank of Cali
fornia nnd N. M. Rothschild & Sous,
Correspondents The Bank of Call
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Drafts and cablo transiers on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Hanking corporation and
Chartered Dank ot India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term dcnoclts nt
tho following rates per annum, viz:
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Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 12 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent,
Act ns Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents nnd dividends.
Valuablo papers, Wills, Uonds, etc.,
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Auditors for Corporations and Pri
Hooks examined nnd reported on.
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Trustees on Hankrupt or Insolvent
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: T. H.
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Commercial and Travelers'
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Interest allowed after July 1,
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not bear interest unless it rcnining
undisturbed for one month), 3
Lmnnths 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per eenr,12 motttlia 1 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A0SETS, JUNE 3o, 1801, 30,043.37.
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Houses built on tho monthly install
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A. Wilder, A. V. Gear. O. D. Gray,
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Jobbing promptly attend) to.
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for brick and wooden buildings, alit
Office nnd residence, 312 Queen t,
near Government building.
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18 - MOVED
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or office at John Nott's store, King
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Between Merchant and Queen.
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Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
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22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
oppottlte the U. R. depot.
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Wholesale Importers and Jobber..
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