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KVENINO BUIAKTIN, HONOLULU, H. T MONDAY, JAN. 6, 1902.
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WALLACE It. FAttlUNOTON.. Editor
President hopes to nsslst In the release
(torn this condition he will place the
administrative nltalrs of the Territory
In the hands ot an Amcrlcun.
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.JANUARY 0, 1902.
CONTI1NTION8 IN HAWAII.
Drookljn (N. Y) Eagle.
Judge Humphreys returns to Hawaii
filled with Joy, nnd officialdom In the
Islands trembles. Tho Judge la the
man who came here to plead his case
with the government after the liar As
sociation In Honolulu hod preferred
charges against him of oppression and
severity, his rulings from the bench be
ing bo rigid that the lasers could
hardly practice as they wanted to. It
was also declared that, as the owner
of a paper, he troubled many people
who did not ndertle, and his power as
CHINESE GAMBLER IS
Tripped on Railway Track and Fell
While Armed to Resist
Raid of Wailuku
Wailuku, Jun. 4. Leo Chew, a Klhcl
Judge gac him a flue opportunity to I chinaman.' met'liia death at that place
. itu .... ..,l,.a.ll,nri A fl ai nt tin ill
last Sunday In a peculiar way.
Tho plantation policeman, A. Santos,
Lnlanco go around.
The Bhuffllng going on among oppo
sition parties all serve to strengthen
the probability ot tho regular ltepubll
can organization carrying Its Fourth
District candidate through success
fully. If the Republicans can t win In
the Fourth with Oilman to the front
they will have small hope of winning
out In any district of the Teirltory.
punish non-subscribers After ho had
come to Washington ho had a different
All eonrt Republicans hope and pray . tale to tell He showed that the op-
that the monthly meeting of the Tcr- presslon was on the other side. His
rltorlal committee to be held tonight paper, he said was merely a chattel,
will not be a monthly powwow. The In the control of which he had no part.
Republican vters of tho Territory j and he had been trying to sell his
seek a fair deal In all matters relating stock an wa The real oppressors,
to party management and this Is all he maintained, were Governor Dole,
that is naked who had formerly been President, and
his nssoclatcs, the old missionary ele-
Governor Dole Is having more trou- ment He instances corporations In the
i.i. ... nm tiio tri.niirv nliinnrn to' towns that were not unlike those In
various public necessities than any '' ,l"u ,u"-s ul" "'
number of special sessions of tho Legls- ome travelers aro half true, the con
lature could cause him or the Terrl- lltlop of tho slave women In the capl
tory. It will require a loacs and llshes tal Is such as to put disgrace on Am-
mlracle to make the present treasurj , l"" n.iv.u.. RU.i;.u-
mcni. lie is ucuocu uy Attorney ucn
cral Knox, nnd he returns to tho Isl
ands as the head of an opposition that
he trusts will end the ancient rule and
conditions of things, nnd bring Hawaii
Into closer moral relations with this
The Immediate remoal of Governor
Dole has been urged upon President
Roosevelt, who, If he needs any deter
mining Instance. ma find It In the fact
that Mr. Dnlo Is opposed to him politi
cally, for what Is called the old mis
sionary element Is allied to the Ameri
can Democracy, while the American
part. so named. Is Republican In Its
paternity nnd afllllatlons. Tho mis
sionary party. It Is alleged, represents
traditionary wrong against the natives,
for It Is well known that certain ot the
missionaries, or hangers-on of the mis
sionaries, made use of their lnlluenco
ocr the people to amass Important
gains In land and goods. The low
state ot mind and morals that made
the natives so easy a prey to the stran
gers, continues, nnd Is causing the slow
elimination of the Kanaka. The Am
erican party, which Is ot recent organ!
ration nnd rising Influence, would rem-
The proposition that tho secerctary
o ( tho Republican committee should bo
selected from the conimlrice members
la a remarkable one In view of the pre
cedent established by tho commltteu
amf the Territorial convention. Tlw
province of the secretary is to do as hfl
Is told In performing tho clerical worl;
of tho committee Members ot tho
committee have enough to do attend
ing to general party nffalrs without
having a mass of clerical detail s.id
died on their shoulders.
BY HIS OWN WORDS.
"Indifference of government or em
ployers to tho Inalienable rights of Ay lh(,H ,lcfcc(g administration and
men, women and cnnuren 10 an muii , ...... .,,. n8tiutions of the Islands to
home environment must result sooner
or later In the reprisals of natural Jus
Mr. Tannnt! Is to be congratulated
In again bringing Detore me puuuc una
text uttered bv S. II. Dole on the oc
casion of his inauguration to the Gov
ernorship of thin Territory. On this
theory Mr. Dole ncccpted olllce undir
an American government.
What practical demonstration has
the Governor to offer showing his ad
ministration to be guided in the sllght-
ist degree by this theory? In the first
report of tho ihlef executive of tnls
Territory tne fmtlier Importation of
Chinese Is urged. Tho Governor knows
the Chinese coolie 1b not u home build
er and has no regard for Ideal homo
environment The government ns ex
emplified by the Oovernor has icrtulnly
shown Itself Indifferent to the lnallen
able rights of men. women and chil
dren to an Ideal home environment,
nnd the result Is the reprisal of natu
ral Justice. If the Governor of this
Territory docs not In his official course
stand condemned by his own uttcr-
approxlmate In soundness nnd effect'
Iveness those of the home land. We
want tho same honesty and same cm-
rlcncy In tho rule of our colonies that
we look for In our affairs, nnd could
endure It with equanimity If wo heard
that Honolulu was better than Manhat
tan. Judgo Humphreys Is a kind nt
moral plenipotentiary, nnd In his re
forms he has the best wishes of th
made a raid on the Chinese camps and
found a large number of tho celestials
gambling. Whether It was premedi
tated or not, the Chinese sounded the
alarm and all the Chinese In the
neighborhood came out with clubs,
cano knives and hoes to defy the au
thority of the policeman to stop them
li. their play The policeman, a Por
tuguese, finding himself surrounded
by a furious horde of warllko unineso
who behaved like Uoxcrs. fired his pis
tol Into the air Just to show them that
he too was armed to the teeth to pre'
serve the peace.
Lee Chew, bclnc somewhat of a ncrv
ous strain of mind, although armed
with a cane knife and a hoe, ran madly
away at the sound of the pistol but
his mad career was arrcsteu wncn ui
Chinese shoes came In contact with the
rail of the railroad track nnd ho fell
backward, his neck striking violently
on the rail, causing Internal Injuries.
He died a few hours afterward.
Deputy Sheriff A. N. Havselden and a
posse of Wailuku mounted police hur
ried to the spot on receiving the report
of the uprising nt Klhcl. The news
quickly spread around Wailuku that
there was a llot at Klhel, which re
quired an armed force to quell.
On Mr. Hayselden's nrrlval'at Klhel
he summoned a coroner's Jury who
convened the following day and return
ed this verdict:
That Lee Chew came to his death
about I p. m Dec. 20. 1001. by falling
backwards and striking the back ot his
neck upon n rail of a railroad track.
That the full was not caused by any
person or persons but was due to a
temporary weakness at Klhel, Maul,
Territory of Hawaii.
A N. HAYSELDEN,
E. M SCOVILLE,
W. V. FLANDERS,
Five of th" ringleaders were brought
to Wailuku Jail and were tried before
Magistrate McKay this week who com
mitted nil of them to the next term ot
the Second Ciicult Court.
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- . OF TUB - -
EVERY DAY : :
we ore showing
Wood - - -Bohemian-
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not before display
ed in Honolulu.
Bishop & Company
IlBtnbllHlicti In 18G8.
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J. F. RILEY
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WASHINGTON HTAR IDIOCY.
Judge Humphrejs of Honolulu lini-
AN ALL-DAY SESSION
started for homo after securing as
ESS!:!.0. "f tt" Jnz. !te. SS. . GOVERNOR'S council has
I'... ..ulu, v. ,a....v ui.vuv it.w .-.... ft,-"
preferred against him by the Hono
lulu bar association ns could be dslr
ed. Among tho charges was one thnt
he had been a political partisan wlills
holding a Judicial olflcc. Yet Atturnt)
Opium ul Knox, after careful scrutiny,
found nothing to condemn on that ac
count, it is a little suipiislng. there
fore, to find the Washington star at
tacking Judgo Humphreys, after hi
ances ho can be credited with being the departure frome natlcu! pltnh us
I VM l"-fc UUVI TUV ILllllllO tlW)K-
to engage In a political light agaliiBt
floveinai Dole I. Judge Humplueya
was a "caipet-baggor, ' ho was np
pointed Just the ttnmu to tho bench
by Pr-sldent McKinlcy; and If ho Is
u pollllcnl marplot wearing tho ermlno
most Innocent hypocrite In the olllclal
life of the Nation.
TIIG8E WHO DIDN'T SPHAK.
WKB NOT TfDUL'.'
Here were representative men of
Hawaii welcoming, embracing Ameil
ranlsm; Bhoutlng for It, cheering for
It, and not a single one of tho old and
self-Ht)led friends of the Hawallans
who ought, by their very blith nnd
education to know something of Am
ericanism, was there to encourage or
Tho mnn u. )wi t-pfflHPlI id QPrPtlt th(
.nvltat.on to speak at the rally held I to jM JZ.
endorse President llooscvclts message . fjP,i Kn,,v.
t .1 ..l.n..1..'. If ...na n K. """
uecau&c wir luuufiui "v
political or faihonal affair have good
reason to feel decidedly cheap and very
well ashamed of their moral cowardice.
Cowardice and nothing more or Uvs
It wns that guided tho action of tliose
afraid to speak for fear of a misinter
pretation of their motives. Had these
men accepted and the meeting turned
out to be a factional affair, the re
sponslblllt) and measure of condemna
tion would have fallen solely upon
the promoters of the meeting. Under
tho circumstances, however, with
every non-partisan promise fullllled to
the letter, the men, either afraid to
endorse tho President's nussage or
lacking In desire to endorse It and
afraid to speak their mind stand befoia
the people In a most unhappy light.
After all, the exhibition presented by
the refusals of the leading executlvo ap
pointees of tho President Is highly
emblematic of the present olllclal per
sonnel of the Territory. There Is an
utter lack of force of character In deal
ing with public affairs; not one spark
of the courage of thought so character
istic of the President and for which
he Is so generally admired; .not a lino
of consistent und fearless action except
It be tho pigheaded courage and con
sistency for which the balky mule is
nver famous The measure of satls.
factlon that may be cherished by thoso
running to the cover of expedients or
fear of what the meeting might du
must of necessity be very small or If It
Is not must by virtue of Its size be In
dicative of a narrow and bigoted view.
The stand of executive officials and
tho remarks of at least one speaker In
t dlcate that It required courage to
speak at such a meeting ns was lit!
Saturday night. What a reflection upon
the character of Ttaw all's omdul life
that moro than ordinary courage
should be required for a man to get up
In a public meeting and endorse the
words of the Piesldent of the United
In Bplte ot these conditions It Is gra
tifying to note the hearty good will of
Hawaiian-Americans for the American
policy of an American President, fur
thermore, that the community does
contain citizens Indifferent to official
cowardice, Implied threats or political
cajolery. Hawaii Is passing slowly
but none the less surely out of Its con
dition ot political vassalage and If the
The Kewalo Drainage Matter Not Yet
Reached -Action Taken on
In Htjly, elegant In finish, light anil
cany running, are the lending chnr
nctcrlntlCH of our vchlclcH. Neither
time nor cxpciiHc n Hpnred In their
contttructlon. unil the rcHult Ih as tine
anil well built a line of vehicles mnilc.
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Postofflce Box R7
The Governor's council again look up
the matter of expenditures this morn
ing. It had not reached the Kewalo
drainage matter when recess was tak
en, shoitly after 12 o'clock, until 2 p
An application from Mr. St. Sayrcs
to have Ills dealer's license changed lu
location to his bottling works at Ka
kuuko was refused.
Mr. Nnwaht's application for a light
wine and beer license at Kalapana,
Hawaii, was not approved.
A renewal of V. I). Scott's light wine
nnd beer license nt l'ala. Maul, was re
commended. nben 1'. Low. of Wnlmea, Hawaii,
who returns home tomorrow, will
probably appear before the council this
afternoon to press the necessity of road
i building In that Bcctlon, as recently set
forth In the Bulletin.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcHHinnlln IIouhc unit Millinery PnrlorH.
Arlington Block, Motel Ht. II. Ft DAVISON, Munngcr.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
My mamma took a piece ot cloth
A lot of yards, 1 guess
She cut It and she sewed It
And sho mauo herself a dress.
She wore that dress a year or two,
I'eilniDfl sho wore It three.
Then turned it on the other sldo
And mado it up for me.
A long, lung tlmo It served for me.
Till It got old and raggy:
Then mamma vvaBhed It clean and
A coat for Baby Maggie.
And when the baby'd grown too big
To wear that any moro
We cut It Into enrpet rags
And wove It for tbu floor.
So. In our new rag carpet, here,
That purple stripe vou see .
U made out ot tho Sunday clothes
Of Mamma, Mag and me.
Harriet Ilrower Sterling, In Good
Hllo. Jun. 3. Last Sunday at Ilnlll
Church tho annual enteitalnment of
tho Sunday school of that Institution
occurred under adveisc (licumstances.
Tho day nnd tho hour were wet. The
congregation, notwithstanding, was
very larue. filling tho church to over
flowing. Tho classes participating
were Haaheo, Olaa, I'uueo. Kalnpolepo
nnd Walakea. Ono rlasB composed of
four aged Hawallans, sang old-fashioned
missionary songs which were
taught to them fifty years ago.
Tho Mxerclsos consisted of music by
the different classes and an address by
Itev. S. L. Desha.
Captain Bergor haB consented to pre
side at tho organ next Sunday at tho
Haiti Church, when the Sunday
school exorcises will bo repeated. An
other crowded house Is oxpected. Tribune.
IN JUDGE LITTLE'S COURT
Hllo, Jan. 3. Judge Little held court
Inst week, attending to various mat
ters In Chambers before the regular
January term began.
In the estate of Vlrla C. Gehr, II. B.
Gehr, was appointed administrator
In the estate of Johnson Nlckeus, P.
Peck was appointed temporary admin
istrator at the request of Mrs, Haux'
The will of Johnson Nlckeus has
been placed on file with the Clerk of
the Court It was made In February,
18S9. at Tacoma, Washington. It
lenves the sum of 500 to each of tho
daughters of lue deceased and tho re
mainder of tho estate to tho widow.
Mrs. Nlckeus and two aaughters are
made admlnistratiixes without bonds
by the terms of the will.
In the estnto of Kcaweopela, A. R.
Sutton has been appointed administra
tor under bond of J500.
In tho suit of Tonukawa vs. II. Qama,
decree has been entered by Judge Lit
tle ordering specific performance of n
certain contract for the transfer of real
In tho estate of Unnhloela (k), Jos.
Gouvea has been appointed adminis
Tho New Housekeeper generally has
a tiving tlmo In selecting furniture
for tho house.
It Is ono of our specialties to make
this task a light ono and wo tako prido
In furnishing the parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc., tastefully and economically.
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start to finish. Tho best for
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It costs no moro to 'noke tho
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