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EVENING DULLETIN, nONOLOLU, II. T.. MONDAY, JAN. . 190;
LADIES' AND MISSES'
Tho extraordinary values offered by its In Indies' and misses' Capes
has caused an Immense sale. Goods arc alt on display In the storo
LADIES' AND MISSES' GAPES, navy
blue cloth S2.75.
trimmed with four rows or white Bilk
NAVY DLUE DROAD CL0TH-S4.00
nicely trimmed with lnr and Soutacho
braid. Kxtra vnluc.
MELTON CLOTH- $9.00,
In red or tan, very rich nnd stylish.
Just tlio right length and cut for car
rlngo capes. Trimmed with half Inch
stripes of Melton Cloth, samo color,
and four rows of heavy stitching. I2x
tra value and beauty.
SCOTCH PLAID $5,00
with hood trimmed with wool braid
nnd wool fringe. Hxtra heavy.
SEALETTE CAPES 5.00 and 7.00
trimmed with fur and beading, well
Policy of the President
People at a Mass Meeting
Tho policy of President Roosevelt but Informs us who are the men most Notwithstanding the Advertiser,
as expressed In his message to Con- familiar with the conditions. Today these Asiatics aro coming to
grcss, received hearty approval at the Our honored Governor when he took our shores by the hundreds and few
hands of tho three hundred or mors the oath of office, expressed In his In-'nro leaving, notwithstanding the state
present at tho grand ratification meet-1 augural address, as noble American ments to the contrary of a writer In tha
Ing of tho Home Rule Republican party principles on this subject ns 1 haa New Year's edition of the Advertiser.
In tho drill shed Saturday night, when' been permitted to read since removing Does It take a prophet to read tha
tho following resolution was unanl-1 to theso Islands. Permit mo to rend future If this continues?
mously adopted by the gUIng of thrct a few of them at this time:
BLUE RAYS BANISH PAIN
8urprlln Itenults Attend
pertinents of Rusnlan
Copyright, 1901, by Press Publishing
Company, New York World and
Medical circles here are excited over
the discovery of a young Russian phy
sician, M. Mlnln. regarding tho cura
tive properties of blue light.
Struck by tho common notion
among tho Russian peasantry that a
sick person on whom sunlight falls
through bluo glaBS feels relief from
pain, M. Mlnln began an elaborate se
ries of experiments, and he now pub
lishes the result In a leading medical
Journal of St. Petersburg,
M. Mlnln used electric light through
various shades of blue and violet glass
He demonstrated that In particular
classes of nerve disorders nnd in ncu
ralgla of tho faco bluo rays alleviated
the acute pain. Ho also conducted
successful experiments with cases of
Dr. Mlnln uses an ordinary 16 can
dlcpower 100-volt electric lamp, the
light of which falls through pieces of
blue glasi, Tho length of tlmo during
which the patient Is exposed to the
light varies from ten to fifteen min
utes. We have a targe stock of blue gobet
for Incandescent lamps the same as
are spoken of In cablegram, which we
will furnish to our customers at a
Dole's Inaugural Address.
"The pressing demands of the agri
cultural corporations for cheap Held la
th - bor, together with their great Inlluence. jf no'- "o are the men who are today
n- ; wll continue as In tho past to be an .' out of employment Are
j. i . , . .i i .!.,, i r ...m. .. ,,u'' nl "l0 y men the President In
go I obstacle to the development of such a ..' ..' . ,, ,,,., ,
1 citizen population as shall safeguard "T "-" ""'-" . ..... .
the political future of Hawaii. Tho " ' mrrlcnn rl,l7P"8 ol,Joft " thcm
Colors, navy bluo, red, bottlo green,
tnn, brown nnd electric bluo; mndo
of good quality cashmere, nnd trim
med with fancy silk braid, and In tho
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2,75 to $8,00 each.
Large and handsome assortment of
HEAVY GOLF and STEAMER CAPES
Prices $10.00, $12.50, $15.00.
FOR THE COOL WEATHER
10-4 white, brown or grey Cotton Illankets at $1 per pair for doublo
bed. 10-4 heavy white, brown or grey, J1.25 and Jl.KO per pair. Extra
heavy white Cotton Illankets with bluo or pink check border. $2.25 n pair.
All wool Illankets, 11-4 for double beds, with blue or pink border. $5 per pair.
1'ull stock of alt wool Illankets from $. to $10 per pair.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Whereas, The message of Presl
dent Roosevelt to the Congress of -f
f the United Btateg Is replete with
recommendations which, while I
-f tended for the nation at large
f would, If embodied. In legislation,
f be of Incalculable benefit to this the political
f Territory In Its future develop- two enterprises aro mutually hostile.
ment; and i Tho one Is Interested In men as uu.
Whereas, the recommendations chines; the other ns fnctors In the do.
regarding this Territory nre of a , vclopment of the State.
character contemplated to dc- . "As the control of such corporations
velop the highest tpe of citizen- gradually passes Into the hands of
ship through a home environ- those who nre without the restraining
ment in accord with our claims Inllucnres of local or traditional asso-
to civilization and Christianity.
Now, therefore, be It resolved,
Let me ask' Arc you Hawaiian en
Jojlng the prosperlt that jou did two
ears ago? I
Can ou find work when nu want It?
PRICE . .
That we, the citizens and voters
of the Territory of Hnwull In mass
meeting assembled, do heartily
nnd loyally endorse the recom-
mcndatlons In the President's
message relative to wage-earn-
era, Immigration, forest reserves,
national control nnd development
of water storage for Irrigation, a
Pacific cable and an Interoccanlc
Resolved, That In his recom-
mcndatlons referring directly to
this Territory tho President has
outlined a policy which meets
w It'll the unbounded support of all
Americans In theso Islands re-
gardless of race or political nfllll-
erecting In this Territory such a
traditional American sjstem of
government ns will do credit to
the citizens of Hawaii and sup-
port tho recommendations of our
clatlons, and nre not interested in the
i serial growth of tho Hawaiian com
You Itawallans are all American
iltizcns and should attempt to dcrlvi
all the beiiefltx afforded under our tlag.
Throw aside every prejudice you may
entertain from the past. The working
man of Hnwnll whether white, black or tj
urown, ir a citizen, win meet you moro
than half way and assist you. not only
In demanding the speedy enforcement
of American pilnclples ns laid down by
our Piesident, but he will work with
vtiii litt til In blind, lie has fought not
onl) with bis ballot but with his BWnrd
on this very battlefield In the States,
and he will Join with ou In righting
the battle here.
Fear Not the Result.
If you nre fearful of the reiult.
study the grand victories of labor In
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
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Resolved, That we pledge our
nttcd and concerted action In '
iminlty, this danger may become moia
threatening than before,
"Kvery one who Is a resilient horn,
not merely to amass wealth but to live
and perhaps to bring up children who
will necessarily become attached to
the county, its cllmnto nnd Us social
life. Is most vitally Interested In hav
ing this matter rightly solved. Thl3
means that It shall not only be po-
slhlo but settled beyond all questVii our late state elections, und especially
that no money Interest shall be allowed that of San l'mnclsco.
to stand In the way of development of lVIlow citizens, the power Is In our
a pure family life In any part of the hands, let us not only by our acts
Territory of Haw-all; cither by the en- ratify the President's message, but
forcement of unfavorable condltloiu pledge ourselves ns American citizens
upon the field laborer, whereby family tu not rest until the principles therein
life Is made morally Impossible or onl; expressed are made the laws of our
Immorally possible, or by opposing the land not only In letter hut In deed,
settlement of the small proprietor In- Gentlemen I thank you,
dimerenco of government or emploers j E Dulh on Roosevelt
to the Inalienable rights of men, wo-. ... ... .,. ,. , ,
.(.Jltll ... ..unit, iiutttcivi it, l uu
Senate, was the next speaker of tha
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AOENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
men and children to an Ideal home en
vironment must result, sooner or later.
In the reprisals of natural Justice
"Our shores and mountain slopei
offer a fertile soil and an Infinite va-
I .Int.. n. Innil.nnnn nt.fllfllnnl n,l ,!.
I iii:lj vji iuuwniu,,u, nnuiuLui , nun
Ho It further resolved. That
u copy of these resolutions bo for- able for tho homes of such citizens and
warded to tho President through ' enough of them ob shall assure honest
our Delegate In Congress. capable government and stntehootl In
Meeting. Opens. I tlllc tlmo-"
The meetlne was called to order "cniicmen. can you usk i.ir a muru
evening, giving his remarKs In Hugllsh
and then translating them into Hawa
iian. In starling out, Mr. Rush said
he was aware of the government ruling
that public officials were not permitted
to participate in public gatherings but
he considered It his duty to be present
und that, in a tune of tho kind, no out
should shirk his duty.
Tho speaker continued, dwelling on
h J ft &ZiV. i
I -'Ml -Vty
all KtKiw ; - h
pM r&4- J3T' .
rr-i, -- i. : t an in i- .v - r- i i.
jwmms ""-TSrr ;
shortly after 8 o clock by Jas. K. Kau- '""""'"', "' "' """"' -'"' '" t10 nn.partlsan character of the meet
"a. vice chairman of the executive "' ' ub- u... ."va ,fr u ha(, (urcflly cunn,(U.ro,, ,
committee of the Homo Rule Repub-i ori1" of 0llr t"nor7 i m,,saKe of ,.rrg(I(,nt Hooscvelt which
llcnn party. Mr. Kaulla named Sena- Dole on Labor. I shows conclusively that he will not In
tor Knlauoknlanl as the chairman of However, let us refer to a section in tied down to party precedent. Thus
the evening ana lie was chosen by a the Clovcrnor's report on the labor
far, the President has Indicated that he
lj the right man for the place which hn
now holds through an unfortunate ac
cident. In the President wo havo a
man who possesses the courage of his I
r Anl.lntln... -Pt.A anAnI,.,. nl.n .1.. a1.
i'ii.ii biwiin. i uu einanu uidu uni'ii
unanimous vote of the house. Solomon ' question of theso Islands, ns made a
Mehcula and James Sims were named few months since and compare It with
secretaries, existing conditions and the above ret-
Senator Kaiauokalanl expressed In a. erence. I rend:
few words, the object of the meeting.! "Much has been said about the cm-
Representative John Kmmeluth then ployment of large numbers of Chinese mi the stand of the President In tho
read letters from tho following, who and Japanese by the planters. In ans- ChiiiPso exclusion mntter.strongly corn
had declined tho honor of speaking nt wer to such criticism, It may safely be mending the course followed. In ton
the meeting: Oovernor Dole, Secre- said that such action never has, dops elusion. Mr. Hush said:
tary Cooper and Treasurer Wright, not now, and never will Interfere with "I want to urge n unanimous appro
l-atcr on he read other letters from i either American skilled or unskilled
James II. Iloyd, Judge M. M. Hstec, labor, but If an ample supply of dcslr
Chief Justlco Frear, Justice Perry. ' nblo labor can bo obtained for tho plan
Judge Humphreys, Judgo I.lttle. T. J. I tntlons It means millions of dollari
spent for machinery, building mater
ials, tools, steel and Iron, anil other sup
plies of American manufacture."
" If vou dcn'1 want w!nv'.:cy lo get the bctl of you, you must get
the best of uhislct '
"ldolidv, but when a fillow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Ryan, Senator Russel and Senator S,
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Gat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Dlk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT STREET.
IE3 . 0. DBo3: 880 -tvdlair-. 2ifi
J. T. Tannatt Speaks.
The first speech of tho evening was
by J. Tap pan Tannatt who spoke as
Mr. Chairman and Fellow Citizens:
Upon receiving tho invitation from
vnl of the President's message. I hope
that all Amerlcnn principles which vve
now believe In, will bo endorsed to
day The fundamental principle ot
government Is freedom. The Roose
velt policy Is one of freedom,"
Unanimous Approval Urged.
Senator Kannlia upon being an
nounced as the next speaker, was
heartily chceied. His remarks were
Interpreted by Mr. Rush. Mr Kunuhn
Principles Droad enough,
tientlemen, Is there any doubt In
your mlrnls, that deep down In all our
hearts, we know that the principle!
expressed In tho President's message mni. ipi-v i.riniii- nmi i rniinuu
jour honorablo committee, to address are not only American principles hut nm before jou this evening nt tho
mis meeting on the question or the that they aro the principles which request of the committee which has
advisability of ratifying the Presl- should be applied to theso Islands If this great mass meeting in hand. I
dent's message. In Its references to we are to protect our homes and tc- am tempted to speak much in the same
these Islands, m first Impulse won to euro employment for ourselves and strain as tho previous speakers, for I
decline the honor, feeling that It children. I do not bellove that there ngree with what they havo said find
should be left to older residents and la a man In this meeting who wishes am heartily In favor of the principles
Ihivo more directly connected with to cripple the sugar Interests of Ha- advocated In his message ti Congress,
the moneyed Interests of theso Islands. ' wall either by lack ot labor or through "v aio now under the eves of Am-
i, nune.i-i, ueiiuvu, wiiu our nunoreu legislation, nut l do believe that every crlcan authority: we aro now a part of
ia-i itaiuuu jimusuu, nmi cu jiay ono must aumii mill our American
taxes and submit to tho laws are fir principles aro sufficiently broad to
Lhort of the whole duty ot a rlllzep enable us to profitably run these plan-
I therefore decided to accept your Si.- tatlons without selling our birthright
v nation, although advised that to do to do so.
so would bo dangerous to one's finan
cial interests; and 1 stand beforo you
; ii. ""-"'""""" last official report, there wcro over
n.onle.1 Interest, out simply as an Am- - 00o A t, , employe.l. and
eilcan citizen prole, ted In the thought of , b t -. employed on
of doing my duly to my co-ntiy. an- , ptantnltolIB. Wo need but look
ask Why annul 1 -.vi. not fully tudoiHe i...l ... . .... .u ,..,
, , ., uuuiib un in bcu niicH hid ijiiiuiuu,
theso 38,000 Asiatics, nre. We find
the Amerlian people. Wo nro hero to
support the views of our President. In
his marvelous message to Congress
Piesident Roosevelt has mapped out
the polity for the nation's future. 1
Metropolitan Meat Co., it I
LIMITED. " ' i
Fresh Meats and Pish ((
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton
(V Lamb and pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nutianti St., Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c pep month
BJQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs. Etc.
Heavy Ponaee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY OOQD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Box v Tic il.
'SJWTJSTG- WO GttJ&JST
THE OLDEST CH.. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DiiUii Is Floi Silk tnl Grin Llaim. Chlnm in4 Jap.oin Goo4i ol All Klsts.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per nionili
the Pifsldeiit's incnniKo?
Refers to Message.
The President In Ms message f,is:
"lu Hawaii our all. must Lo to 'le
vt lop the Territory on tho tr.ul'tlonul
.Wr.prlcun lines. We do not Wish
reioii of large estulf i till- I 1 ohoap
Asiatics Harming Country. I ttrimnly uruo upon jou a uiuinlmous
On these Islands, at the time of tho nppiuinl of his message.
A Grand Old Man.
.1. Kiinul. tho Grand Old Man of the
Hume Itule party was the next speaker
Introduced. Ills remnrliB were as fol
low "I urn n llauallan. I am nn old Ha
waiian. I nm old enounh to liain
watched the many ebniiRes throtiRh
which tho Kiivernment of Hawaii has
roup, und 1 know the meaning of those
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails
36 inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
Pop hiiIc In quantities to
milt by i- i- t" l-
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them on every hand, running out our
citizens from their legitimate walks In
life, depleting our treasuries, corrupt
ing our religion, and making morality
aimosi a matter or impossibility, we changes und how they camo about. I
also know that of the 32.000 employed lime ntno,l on thci crnuml whom Mi
labor, we wish a healthy community of on tho plantations, a very largo mini- different conditions met nn,l where
men, wi themselves till the farinn her nro filling positions that beyond they commenced to change.
they own." question can be filled by American clti-i "1 approve of tho message of I'reiit-
inese aro no new American princl- zens. dent Iloosctvlt. especially If be -will
r,ew I You Itawallans know this. You men carrj out the principles which ho hiu
The people of Hawaii, when they on tho water front, working as Btove- laid down, especially if be will do
asked for admission Into tho United dores know this. You can today sen something for the Hawallans who are
States, knew, rr should have known, your fisheries controlled by Japanese, now allied to the American nation nnd
of theso broad American principles. Clerks In your stores. carpenters, who are now u part of It.
Did they know of them at that time? plumbers, mechanics, barbcre, store- "Although we aro Hawallans t
Slnco my nrrlval here, I have had keepcis of nil kinds are rapidly glvlim hem wo are Americanized and look
the pleasure of reaching tho answer placo to tho Asiatic. forward to the benctlts which tho
of the Hawaiian cabinet to a commit- What do you propose to do? These change will bring out.
tee appointed by your citizens In 18S9 nro not American principles which nro "Notwithstanding the fact that we
requesting legislation against the fur- running you from your workshops, nre Hawallans we hnxe consented to
ther Importation of cheap labor. The destroying your homeB and threatening become Americans.
petition was mauo, and tne answer re- your land; but antl-Amerlcnn prlncl-1
turned by men whoso names stand pics, principles prompted solely by tho
foremost among thoso asking for an- love of dollars and cents. I
nexatlon, and In that position nnd Principles that must In time prove
answer they exerclso almost the Iden- destructive not only to the Territory,
ticul American principles that our but the plantations themselves.
honored President has laid before Tho plantations rcqulro, no they
Congress. say, these Asiatics to do their drudg-
I would advise every voter on theso ery. Suppose we grant this; but let tu
Islands to 6ccuro a copy of tho answer assist our President, even If it Is In
referred to, and carefully read It. You nothing more than ratifying his mes-
,1,111 nn. nnlil ,.! I,,...,., nt Int.u.t n .1 nn 1... ., ., , , -l.l- ...
nm uuif uiiii iinui in iuicicdi nun ")r uLiuaiiiiiiig legislation wnien otartlnir this movement nf nninil nt
f...vvt..t. w JVBitlniwil IttdU litID VIMO- LHIIU Ill-IUB Ul 1 UlUI II IfULU W lit III U Ilfl
tie. It not only shows us our danger, came.
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Fine Carriages, Wagons and
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All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Meet on Common Ground,
Wo must not forget that we are Ha
wallans. however; that we are Home
Itulo Republicans, and as such must
wish for tho best things for our borne,
Hawaii. Tonight we all meet hero on
a common ground, with ono accord to
ratify the message of our chief head,
our President. I am proud that the
Homo Itulo Itepubllcan party Is tho
first to put In the opening wedge In
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A KlOllDTllS FO AUVIUTISEBS OJJOJjl0J
(Continued on page 0 )
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AND DEALERS IN
We will Buy or Bell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
Wo will Bell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KINQ STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolunt Park
Addition and In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by MIsh L. K. Dayton