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KVKNIN'fl ntH.LbTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 7, 1902.
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1 I ESDAY
JANL'AllY 7, 1902,
The precautions taken In ndmlttln?
the ship l'rlnce Louis to this poit
shows with what rigid tare the Marl'it
Hospital Service Is protecting this poit.
The trul) chhalrous man will necr
hac cause to wiinplalu If circum
stances bring him before Judge WIN
cox's court Onlj the discourteous tu
Indecent need fear the Impnrt of
ftiongly worded brickbat.
Another charity ball ought not tu
require an unusual amount of promo
tlon considering the marked huciimi
of the first effort last ear Society
can find no better means of amuse
ment that accomplishes a hlgnlj protl
table and desirable end.
Superintendent l!ods problem of
expansion Is the most dlfflmlt piccnt
ed to an official of the Tcirltorj or
Nation He must endeaor to nia.o
11 accomplish what $1000 Is icqulre.l
for Mr llod has an linposslhlc talk
on his hands and tt tne (imcrnor still
maintains that it nn be dune.
lly fallrure to nsree on Mr OlbVn
successor Hllo committeemen arc fol
lowing the example t for them by lh
organization In Honolulu. "Ret :o
gcthtr" Is the bet slog.in the Ilepub
llcans can adopt tlnsi dajs This con
tinuous working at i kiss purposes has
none of the fcitims of good polities
With an eternal row, constant pulling
and hauling In the committee, how can
It be expected to hold the party to
gethcr on nny Issue or promote party
strength The pnnlnce of the com
mittee Is to perfect part organiza
tion and solidify party sentiment
lodged from the meetings of the or
ganlzatlon thus far the members seem
to think their soli duty lies In insslr
and rescinding motions and resolu
tlons, occupying whatever spare mo
ments may occur with throning
bouquets or brickbats nt earh other ac
cording as an expression of opinion
ma strike favorablj or otherwise Tho
amount of careful thought or contlu
Ity of purpose dlsplacd has as ct
been a minus quantity
The parts hns a special election on
its hands and the general election It,
not far distant With full knowledge
of the demands of the situation the
whole committee work for a full month
Is blockided bj a kldfllsh warfaro ocr
a serrctars The utter nonsense of the
situation must appeal to ccry mem
ber of the committee Present condi
tions do not rise to the dlgnlt) of poli
tical manipulation It Is child's nlV.
and if tin re Is a chief source of ap
p irent lack of definite purpose, tho
Fourth Distrirt can easily carry off tho
palm UcpresentatUcs of the Fifth
make some wise and some foolish
propositions hut they at least go Into
minting with specific alms
Pari) leaders arc calling for an lii
ii eased spirit of cooperation In tho
rank and file Unless an example is
set bj the leaders In the organization
the) hmo no cause for calling tho
tank and flic to account. If these dl
rectors of the organization have any
regard for parti fealty or their own
icputatlons as polltlcnl managers. thy
will meet In solemn conc!ac to dls
coer. If possible, a middle ground or
nn ground on which they As a bod)
an act They hac thorough!) tried
the cat and dog methods Tho people
are becoming tired.
Attornit (!iiiral Dole's letter to t! o
officers of his department Is hlghl) in
t resting In lw of the official organs
ibarge tint the First Circuit Court Is
wasting monej for special session put
po!s Dole dwells on the Increase il
business of the courts In n manner to
refute absolute) the sill) and mill
The proposal to secure the appoint
ment of a loejl Inspector of hulls luJ
boilers Is nun an apparent necessity
that it ought not to lcqulre much of k
strugglo to obtain fawirable action
fiom Congress The I'nlted States ha
iner been rc,id to promote the wel
fare of the shipping Interests and Its
goeid intent can be ei) easll) prc
ed In this Instance
Col Hnrrj FHhcr will make n good
setietary of the Republican leirltunal
committee If he has the time to denlc
to the Immense umount of work ucics
sjr to competent!) fulfill the duties
of the office It makes little difference
who the secretui) is so he Is able avd
willing to do the work of the otllo-.
The contention huwcMr that the sec
retary should be a member of the com
mlttee on account of attendance at
iecutle sessions presupposes, a most
billy state of aftalrs, numel) that tro
committee might elect a man to the
fcecrctnr)shlp In whom It docs not hae
sufficient confidence to allow nlm to b
ptesent at executive deliberations In
other words the committee would elc !
a sccrctnr) and then Insult hlu.
Suppose such n eecrctar) In the tour
of time secured a scat In the commit
tee, what then' Any committee of any
organization that would elect an offi
cer In whom It does not hao full con
fidence might as well go out of buil
ueb8 Honest, straightforward, bun.
pesK-like, aggressive action will reap
the reward of popular confidence uid
such a pollc) Is the onl) one that can
I Hllo Tribune
1 he present outlook. Is tint Presi
dent Kooscvelt will cnil Judie I.lttlo
from the bencli to the giiberuntoilal
chair of Hawaii before the next cpIp-
bratlon of the annlversirv of annexa
tion Should time prov that the,
omens of the present arj true, the era
of Hawaii's emancipation lll begin
with a new starting post Actual an
nexation to the United Stitnj wll date
from the Inauguration of ludgc Gilbert
F Little as governor Tin actual
coming to these shores of merlran
principles of government will date I
from the hour when an American gov
ernor shall grasp the throttle In Ha
wall When that da) comes whlc.i
will be within the next six monthn
the people In Hawaii who bavo hen
disappointed with annexation; the In
terests which have sutTA ed b) reason
of annexation, will have cause to o-Jolce.
It will then be seen that to be Am
erican Is to prosper That to be Am
erlcan is to eiijo) privileges reserved
for those who knlm no other allegi
ance except that of lojalty to principle)
and to exalted Ideas of government.
If there Is n Hawaiian who regrets the
day tho American flag was spreid to
the Island winds his regret will clian-e
to gladness when America holds actual
sua) in his land If there Is a for
eigner, rich or poor on all theso Isl
ands who tins fashioned In his hem t
contempt for American rule as exem
plified in the administration of Gov
ernor Dole and acting Governor Cool
er that contempt will change to prld
when Hawaii becomes a real Integial
part of the real America of Itonevelt
In that day Privilege will abdicate
and Itlght will don the robes of ofili"
lu the Legislature," he sa)a modestl),
"I would not think of stopping there
I would be ambitious to become a
And wh) not7 It Is admitted that
Congress Is not rich In men of liter
nry distinction It has eminent hlstn
rlans like the Hon Henry Cabot Lodgo
and tho Hon James ItrecK Perkins
but It lacks artists of purely crcatlvo
and Imaginative faculty. 1'ho Hon
William E, Mason, tho Impassioned
laureate of American champagne, may
be thought to bo a sufficient rcpre
Bentatlvo of the poets, but tho novel
Ists of reputation seem to be lacking
Now the manufacture of novels is be
coming or Is become one of tho most
popular and lucrative of professions
Tho dayB of drub street nro long over
The successful novelist bids fair to
supplant the merchant prince of slm
pier times His Income Is Instnnt and
enormous Ills proof sheets don t
have time to dry heforo they nro
fought for by tho managers ot thea
tern, and thus the lucky clog piles roy
ally on royalt) wltnout any additional
effort of his own 'lho book stores
make him rich and tho box olllco
makes him richer It Is as It n
wealthy miller were paid lor every
loaf of bread made out of his flour
The habit of handling large sums of
money must give tho t..ilvlng novel
1st some Insight Into financial mat
ters, indeed, he Is and must bo a good
man of business. He makes books as
he would make soap, to sell He spec
ulates upon tho taste of the public.
Then by industry he thrives. He Is a
practical man, and not an unreason
able vlsionnr). If ite goes Into politics
he will bo the equal of other shrewd
men of business There need be no
fear that his Intellect would be too
fervid The same faculty that enables
him to "slap on local color in his
books should enable mm to adapt him
self to the voters and to becomo "a
good mixer." Tho build up an organ I
zatlon should be no harder for him
than to construct a plot, and the man
who can tic nnu unravel a plot ought
to be a match for the sinful games ot
bos political adversaries Some Imag
lnatlon we must suppose in him; and
bo has words by t,.u hundred thousand
He should succeed as a stump spcaic
er Our onl) fear for him would bo
that lie couldn t tell a stor) To do
that is an accomplishment scarce!) to
be looked for In a busy novelist ot
these da)s He fias onl J time ennugli
to piovldo the wardiobes and shako
up the characters
With those evident qualifications and
a competent campaign fund, which he
Is uble to furnish, there is no reason
why a ' best selling novelist shouldn t
be the best running candidate Even
If he should lose It would bo mono) In
bis pocket for he would have read) to
his hand the material lor a pcdltlc.il
ovelfl In which he would paint the
wickedness of the winner and the cor
ruptlon or politic s It Is n brave man
wlio will be a candidate against n
We hope to live to see the Speakei
lecognlzlng the Gentleman from In
dlana Meanwhile we shuV Hoc dcspaii
of seeing the Indiana Legislature com
posed entire!) o. membiMH en the West
em Association of Writers In their
ears the political laurels of Mr Gilbert
Parker must he making a loud rust
POLITICS RUN MAD.
For wasting time In talk and w Indiiij
up with nothing done the HepulilUan
Territorial committee, by Its action
l88t night, proved itself worth) of a
race for place with the last Legist i
ture or the Governor's administrate
The only thing accomplished was a
settlement of tho prox) question. Un
der the circumstances the party ought
possibly to feel hlghl) gratified that
even this reached a decision. The ac
tion on this point certainly secures a
marked Improvement over former con
ditions and Is probably tho longest
step towards doing aw a) with a prox)
controllcd committee that could be ex
pected. The secretaryship, which scrvefd as
the chief bone of contention wad
handled In a most Incompetent and
hesitating manner. There had been no
sharp canvass for this position Tho
only known candidate bad repeatedly
Blgnlfled his willingness to withdraw
If In the opinion of the committee an
other, outside or within the commlttco
membership, would, for party reasons,
be preferable Yet with tho simplest
political problem possible before It tho
committee adjourned having done
nothing. The obvious mandate- of tho
proxies Instructed for Avery was ip
proval of a secretar) not a committee
member, yet the members holding
these proxies hesitated If these mem
bers had the power to elect a secretaiy
from the committee they certainly 1ml
the author!!) to name the man at last
night's meeting. If the Avery proxies
Interfered with nn election then thero
should he a resubmission of the whole
matter to the proxy givers and the
resolution regarding the secretary also
put on the null and void list for lho
The meeting last night showed an
utter lack of ability on the part c f
mombers to get together. If this win
the result of factionalism tho factious
made a mess of their operation It has
more the appearance of lack of prep
aration or effort previous to tho meet
ing. The committee Is wasting all it)
time in fighting Its little petty squab
bles and the result Is retrogression.
JAMLS GIIIIVK SUCCI.S80II.
The appointment of a successor to
James Glbb, who has resigned fiom ils
position as a member of tho Itcpubll
New oik Commeicial
In considering lcclpiocli) with
Cuba, more cspc-clall) with rcfeicnco
to the tariff on raw cane sugar lu con
nection with the rcla vc, cost of pro
ducing rc-llncd siigui from the cane
and from the beet, one Important fact
to be boine lu mind Is that In convert
ing beet Juice Into rctlufd sugai no bo
called raw sugar is made, the piocess
of maniirnctuiu Is a continuous ono
from tho raw beet i tne finished
product gianulated sugar, but In the
maiiiiliic ture--of sugar from cane an in
termedlate product law biigar Is
Cuban law sugai lu sold exclusively
to American refiners nnd is subject to
n duty of 115 one hundredths of a cent
a pound for 75" polarlscoplc test, and
35 one thousandths of one cent pel
pound tin each additional degree. Tills
makes the dut) on D( sugar which
strength Is the basis upon which Is tal
ciliated tliu cost of mauuliietiire 1 G85
cents pet pound. Haw canu sugai lor
sumo time has been selling at 2.0b
cents in bond, making ccutrlfugal
raw sugar I9i degtces) cost tho Amcri
can lellner practical!) J J I cems per
can Central committee. Is stirring Ho- j'"""'1. ,l",t1pn',,j ""' '"8t r rc'""S
publicans on this Island as nothing has ?b& ld.fung '.eflned
stirred them since last election. In B11Kar Is 1 11 cents per pound
the effort to unite on a man whoso op- The cost of nroduclng raw cane so
polntment would cement factions gar in Louisiana Is admitted to be II
which havo hitherto been at war. It
seems probable that wider chasms uio
being staked out lho appointment
at this time, at most, Is but temporary
and Is not of especial Importance It
grows In Importance as the different
Hepubllcan factions here contemplalo
the possibility of landing a favorite.
Tho remaining mcmbeii of tho com
mittee, whose recommendations would
cents per pound, tho cost of manufnc
hiring icllned sugar from American
cane thcieforc is J 1-2 tents
Mr. Hugh Kelly of New York, who
Is a recognized authority on all mat
ters pertaining to tho growth and man
ufacture of sugar estimates tne tost
of producing raw sugar in Cuba nt
t 1-8 to 2 3 8 cents per pound, taking
tne average cost ot 2 1-3 cents nnd
adding the average freight expense
i. cents per nuniiiedw eight to Now
have settled the matter a month ago. ' '-,Ven ? I" nun.i euwe.gnt o now
tr rnrr,in,i ,n ,i, mmm ,., n i rk-thc Cuban planter nas been at
If forwarded to the committee at Ho
nolulu arc to blame for the approach
ing contest, which ma) be the begin
ning of Internal party war that will
last throughout the next campaign If
McStocker. Estep nnd Walker will for
ward their recommendations to the
Central Committee at Honolulu at once,
the) will take an Important step In th'i
Interest of Republican harmony over
WOULD TICKLE 6EWALL.
t'ur genial contempo.ar). tho He
aid foiling to find any cuppnrteis for
lt.e .'ivorlte, II E Cooo'ir, as Dolei'i
gucccsbor, has lelin-ued ftom a mull
U.n ns trip with the icmiirk that
jt .vail s prospects arc irigb:. Tho
I'tiuld says that bewail will uud nnn
strong supporters on this Island That
would tickle Sounll.
NOVELISTS IN POLITICS.
New York Sun.
From Indianapolis, which many
Hoosleis call tho literary center of tho
United States, comcB an interesting
politico literary announcement. Ml.
llooth ' at Kington, tho Oentleman from
Indiana, has decided to become a can
dldate lor tho Hepubllcan nomination
for Heprepcntatlvo In the Legislature
from Marlon county la view or the
high esteem In which literature and
Its makers are held In Marlon county
It Is reasonable to assume that Mr.
Tniklngtons ambition will bo gratl
fled, and if It Is, and he succeeds as
well In his proposed avocation as he
has sue reeded In his present calllug
his dream of higher honors may come
true. For his prophetic eyo already
an expense of 2 35 cents per pound to
market his product lor which he re
ceives 2 01, cents a loss of .29 cont
per pound. 'Inls means a deficit this
)car of Jl.litO.OOO. the clop being esti
mated at SOO.OOO tons.
If, therefore, the tariff on raw sugar
were reduced 1-2 cent per pound, and
thd benefit should accruo to tho law
sugar Interest, tne Cuban planter
would realize a pioflt of 21 cent per
Hut there Is valid reason for tho
contention that, so far as American
sugar interests aio concerned, the tar
iff on raw sugar might no much fm
ther reduced without haidshlp to an)
and with distinct benefit to the cou
sumcr who geneiall) gets bucIi scant
When, In 1899, Henry l Oxnaid nnd
W. Dayard Cutting were exploiting the
business nnd prospects of e Ameil
can Ileet Sugar Compan) they repre
sented that l.ie cost of producing re
fined sugar from beets would be 2 Ri)
cents per pound that Is. beetR could
do purchased at t per ton and the
cost of manufacturing sugar would be
$3 per ton of beets, ft In all. Hint
each ton of beets would )leld 250
pounds of sugai, thus making the cost
of sugar 2 80 cents per pound
It Is now contended that tuet.e fig
ures nro too low the pi Ices paid for
beets avci aging higher, the manufar.
tilling expenses being grcatei and th
yield of sugar per ton of beets less,
tho estimated cost of pioductlon now
ranging fiom 3.15 to 310 tents pei
The relative cost of pioduclng re
fined granulated sugar by domestic re
fillers Is thcrcfoie rrom Cuban cuno,
t 11 cents, from Louisiana cane
1 1 2 cents, fiom American beets, 3 15
It Is argued by the reductionists
from this that such readjustment as
a lower duty on raw sugar would
bring would not bo very haimful to
looks toward Pennsylvania avenue
"If we're bticcessful In gaining a seat American Interests.
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EVERY DAY : :
we ape tthowtnfV
Wodd - -
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not before display
ed in Honolulu.
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C. P. IIIIRRICK, MnniifVci-.
Piett) iicai!) cvci)thlng that )ou
can think of in tho harness line Is In
eluded In our big display
i:ciy harness we scdl Ih n bargain,
mil we sell till klndt from light track
nnd road to heavy coach and team
harness, l'roni no one else can ou
get the harness value we give )ou
Our eustoiueis know this to be n
Inet You enn know It If )ou will and
we nio determined )nu shall ::.....
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Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Dlood Poison
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