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evening millftin. Honolulu, h. t., Wednesday, jan. 8, 1002.
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at 120 King Street Honolulu,
T II., by tho
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WALLACE It KAHIUNOTON .Editor
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Post Ofllce liox 718
JANUAIIY 8, 1902
HILO EDITORS MUSING ON NEWSPAPER JOYS
From the Hllo Tribune
Five times the door of the sacral. Ami rlcan Kagle, we have here, people
grass hut fane In which the Trlbunoi from the Arctic Ice floes to the inn
editorial snicker sneo si oops the scoop3 baked latitudes of the troplcest tropic!.
and loops the loops has been profan"il. They como from Scotland, England,
Within Ave months, this sacred portal
which opens toward the rising sun aril
the sea. has been darkened by flo
towering forms clad In the robes of In- and Honolulu. In theso countries, the
dlgnatlon. Upon each brow hovered prcsi knows every degree of censorship
Obmpus clouds nnd from eagle eye, from the pistol shot In Tcxob to thfl
forked lightning dnrted ominous I throttling statutes against "lose m.i
flames The times In tones that vvoulll Jeste" In the German Emperor's Code
melt brass and paralyze a marblo The censorship In some of the Latin
The Colonics, Canada, America, (lor
many, Spain, Portugal, France, Swltz
erland, Porto ltlco, Japan, China, Italv
If mnn moie robberies occur In tlac
tors' otlUes the people will begin to
,l,lnb tlm nlinlptntia nrp tnttlnir n
line tiom the adtesses and their stolen " " In'frtbe vitriolic diatribes
statue the fell words "Where Is tbo
editor," have reverberated along tli3
roof pole of our sanctum, reaching tbo
editorial tympanum In the dark corner,
where that factotum sal trembling by
his oil lamp his bony fingers elutchlng
a frayed goose quill, with which h
All this discussion has not brought
Kevvnlo nnv nearer a state of perfec
tion. What the situation demands Is
action If the same old situation con
tinues much longer the Uovcrnoi s
power (o assume practically legislative
prerogatives In apportioning public
monev will be tested In the courts
against his fclldfr men.
"Where Is the Editor?"
The question repeated twice usually
tones to bring the editor from his dark
corner Into the presence of a caller.
Then comes a torrent of questions
Did ou write this article? Are you
responsible for this Insult? Arc you
allowing my enemies to edit this pa
per? Did Grocer) man Smith crack a
pun oxer the head of Groceryman
Brown? Did Parson Jones poke fun at
a second edition of 1)111 Nye? Did my
ancient enemy creep Into jour fingoii
and Inspire that stick of silly rot
President Hooscelt's opposition to
factionalism Is likely to be tclen foi-
-it.i.. KtlA.nilnn It. llnwnll A nfll-
ciaUi before his term iV far adVAM- ?' .""''" " '
1. If Governor Dole Is not a faction- Jm" '""'
..i m.i..i .... .i .,n.mn i. rnto,i "Please go In peace, and let me llw
by factional ideas, it will be n.cemry J'f eJor ha. said now It. ItaM
to create a new definition for the term. I ':, lJim,v're 'ng8 fr "l V?"
Can "his friends' point to a single P" the editor has been compelled t,i
public act of the Governor having for , n,lmlt " xhese le occasions We
ts object an alleviation of the ,lroj. 'e a Japanese jard boy who does all
dices he knows exist In this Territory ' V"!" V" CS ?" Ul
nnd which arc so detiuctlvo to the ad
vancement of Its best Interests.
American Eagle nnd pokes fun at
Judge Little He has a storv in Intu
bation now that Involves Captain Ljko
and his running mate, Mr, Ovcrend
The same van! bo Is at woik on n
I three act comic opera founded ru
Owing to the piotest of Judge Hum
phrey s Chief Justice Frear has ordc.t )
that the ilerk of the Supreme Court srcncH nt n business meeting of fan
shall not send copies of Thrum's An I Cotillion Club nnd a gernmn ball The
nual to private Individuals as had pre yar,i uoy nis m8 qUtc n collection
vlouslv been planned. Copies are to of charming tld bits, monologue "ind
be sent out, however, to public lnstl-1 illaloRiio. which bring Into play tlia
tutlons and ofllcers ns before Will thai exquisite side of half the people In tho
Chief Justice klndl) explain on what public ee on this Island."
appropilatlon he draws to aid in the The ard hoy Is moro tyiannlcal than
circulation of this particular publlci- our loathsome contemporary which
tlon' Can be make the auditor uu- wastes so much time In drawing tlto
llcve tbat Thrums Annual Is a neccs-l nne nt personalities nnd in memurtn
taiy expense of the Supreme Court or the gzo 0f advertisements In the TrI
Hawaii. As Frear Is the man who let UimP The ard boy comes nnd to tho
u contract before he called for tenders,
It Is perhaps nut surprising to And him
ordering the distribution of a partlsin
publication fur which there Is no appropriation
In a paper lead befoic the Woman s
Hoard of Missions .Mrs. W. W. Hail
tpeaklug of tho Hawaiian girls' Ideals
of marriage sava tho joung women
think moie of the establishment they
are to be wedded to than of the chat
ncter of tho man This certainly W
not n falling enjojed exclusively bj
the young women of Hawaiian blood
There are mighty few young women
who do not give serious attention tu
the establishment they are marrjliu
utid how muny "good matches" are
made, partlculaily Ip high society,
where the establishment Is the ch'y
factor. If the joung Hawalians nrn
giving spcclul attention to dollars ami
irnts they are following an example
put befure them bj a race tbat brought
civilization to tho country.
editor he sa, "this must go " It goci,
countries consists In the Ignoinnco of
the people, which ts more effective in
closing tho newspaper shops, than
either "lese majesto" In Europe or der
ringers In Texas and Arizona. In Ho
nolulu a country to which Hllo Is
bound lij ties of contlngulty nnd spnixo
few Interests In common, there is no
newspaper censorship. Honolulu has
been educated In this respect far bc
ond the dreams of the most optimistic
newspaper men who ever wrote In tci
ror nt Hllo, In Texas or In German
In Honolulu names nro permlssahlo 'n
the columns of a newspaper. If the
wife of John Doo gives birth to a chllj,
usually names of both parents, if they
arc known, are published In the news
papers. If there arc troubles bet won
young people who nre engaged to bo
married, they usually find their wav
Into tho Advertiser If anv thing crook
ed happens anywhere, the Independent
tells the people about It. The papeia
go n hot pace over there and libel suit!)
have gone out of date, volcano Mai
thai wrought prodglcs In the reform
movement which brought Honolulu to
Its present high plane of civilization on
tho subject of what should appear In
the newspapers. He has finished his
task and will soon leave for Manila to
continue his life work of reform. Ills
failure to como to Hllo and minister
to the needs of her people, Is a grit
loss, The calamity Is wcllnlgh Irrepar
able The Job of "breaking this con
munity In." so that It will receive with
n Btnlle. direct, positive clean, fcarlos.
good natured, wholesome, American,
impartial and grown up newspaper
stuff ts a task In which we would fal.i
call to our aid tho hcifulcon brain,
nnd the silver lance of n Volcano Mar
shal. Tint he Is going away. The jard bn
too. talks of returning to Japan. Tb"
outlook Is gloomy It does seem tint
for another decade at least, the stuff In
Ililo newspapers must continue to be
sugar-tit pabulum for sucking babe $
I nnd medicated powder for tho touch of
anil the editor hunts up Lorklnton. the tender skins of Different Infants.
undertaker, to-firrange for the grim nut "When I nin dead and gone." said
necessary rites I.ocklngton has beej Joe Cbnmbe-rlaln In a Bpeech to a va3t
disappointed flvo times. I nutllonce of llrltlshers, "When I nm
Now. upon reflection. It mcuis to dead and gone, this great empire will
the writer tnat the little gem vlllagn llvo on, when I am forgotten, the En-
of Hllo Is more cosmopolitan In tb pile's grand mission In the earth will
make up of Its population than unv proreed "
other village In America Under th "Hut what If you live'" Interrupt? I
wldo spread wings of tho egotistical a cruel listener.
The Washington dispatch dealing
with Roosevelt's opinions on appoint
ments to public olllco will bo read with
fcpeclal Interest in Hawaii. His den; -
mlnntlon that tho new possessions
bliall have the best citizenship the
country affonlsn ub against brolto
clown political wurhorhos will receive
the hearty endorsement In tlic possci'
slons Intel ested. Itoosevelt Is right
and what Is more the Senators know It
If the administration of tho country
Is to bo held to a high standard ap
pointments must bo gauged by merit,
not by the number of wards a man has
been able to carr at an election. All
things being equal the successful poli
tician should have the preference, but
this political power should not bo the
lavs ago from a MeKinley Memorial tain Information fiom the Aduln when
Asxoclatlon. I wrote a reply, saving 1 she came out.
would put the mutter before our asxo-l
elation, but 1 added that I was sony Tho Court lie should havo proceed
to see that on the Hoard of Trustees k'',", C'ch'." ,., han,laEO ,k
were the names of several enemies of
Cuba with all despatch.
Ailmhnl IVociv Thn n.iHftnt-n frnm
organized Inbor. I also culled his nt-j cj,,ruegos to a point twenty-two miles
tentlon to the fact that there was no south of Santiago wns mailo with ns
union Inbel on the circular, showing' much despatch as was possible while
that tho printing had not ueen done In jlccplng tho Bquadron n unit,
a union shop. I wish to say that w lulu
I uns wrltlnir that I bad Mark Hnnna ' " oure-iiu wiumu unvu iiihiiow-ii
in mind. Now. I come to this plaio
his vessels with a vlow of Intercepting
und hear Mark Hanna say what he did -unK Squadion!
toilav und It licks me wnenimucK- Admiral Dewcj The
the enemy in an; attempt to pass tho
bloc kado ol
ed I give in I will leave here v.un a Santiago was eucttlvc
new and better opinion of Mark Hann Tll,R ,g cyny won, of (,8g(,nt
wnom i now Know ns our menu -or(1(1( ,jy A(lmlrn, n,,tt(ly 1PKUnl ,
There are of course, selfish and eo"- any contioverted question within tbo
nipt capitalists and equally selfish and scope of the court's Inquiry. Wo huvo
lorrunt labor leadens but If It were pos- been careful to Indicate tbo exnet ex
slble to canvass tbo whole situation at tent of this divergence of opinion. In
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pri'bt'Ilieil U) Hirihes, UUJCUlin mill iuii- uiui-1 null u muj U'ie-ir tidily in
outs It Is safe to say that a vast nii-whnt extent Admiral Dewey concurs
Jorlty are caused by the same sort of absolutely with the Judgment of the
misunderstandings of men and motives two other members of the court Ho
as that expressed by Phillips One , puts himself on record as concurring
sldo Is Just as blameworthy as the oth-; with the other members In llndln
er. Capitalists picture moor leaueiu scnicy guiuy.
as wild barbarians nnd labor sees ca I-
tal as an Iron handed dcBtrojer of hu
AlAltK MANNA AMD LABOR.
Tho recent gathering of labor lcud
ers and capitalists in New York city at
which these factors of Industrial llfft
discussed wajs und means to reach a
better understanding was the most ef
fective move thus far made to allevi
ate the antagonisms between the man
who furnishes the coin and the man
supplying tho bard labor The meet-
Inir brought together for the flrot
time In amicable conclave men proml
ncnt In tho numerous clashes of labor
nud capital. Theories were dwelt on
and practice discussed. All tho trou
bles wore not settled by any means but
a beginning was made that cannot
under .any circumstances be without
far reaching and most beneficial results
to the country at large. .
There was one Incident of the meet
ing that exemplifies one of the most
important If not tho greatest reason
for capital and labor wars, and the In
ability to understand each other. Ono
of the most prominent speakers vua
Senator Hanna who In his various
business enterprises employs thousands
of laborers. The Senator came out flat
footed In favor of organized labor, an
opinion ho has consistently held tu
throughout his business life, though
ho has been religiously represented as
being the laboicr's worst enemy.
Immediately following Senator Han
na, the meeting was addressed by John
Phillips, secretary of the Hatters'
Union. After reviewing general condi
tions of labor und discussing the
strlkeB, Mr. Phillips mado this Inter
estlng detail of his conversion to a
"Now there is something I want to
say, and I would feel like a criminal
If I did not Bay It before Bitting down
I alwajs had an opinion that Marcus
Hanna was not a friend of organlzoj
labor. I got a communication a few
ONLY ONE VEItDICT IN HCIILLY
New York Sun.
The conclusion of the Court of In
quiry which Rear Admiral Schley
tardily demanded last July aic con
veyed In tho findings of fact and In tin
statement of opinions signed by Ad
miral Dewey as President nnd by Cap
tain Lemly as Judge Advocato aeneral.
There Is no other decision of the Court.
These findings of fact and characteri
zations of conduct constitute the unan
imous Judgment of the threo disting
uished ofllcers called upon to pass upon
Admiral Schley's professional and per
sonal behavior; except so far as they
are modified, in the way of Individual
dissent ns to details, by tho memoran
dum attached to the report by Admiral
Tho points on which Admiral Dewey
dissents from the prevailing opinion of
the court are by him specifically stated.
None of them Is vital to the main
charges affecting Admiral Schley's pro
fessional competency or personal hon
or. These minor matters of difference
are here exhibited;
Tho Court Commodore Schley
should have proceeded with tho ut
most di'Vtiatch off Cloufuegos,
Admiral Dowey Tbo paBsago from
Koy West to Clenfuegos was iiiuiIh
with all possible despatch, Commodore
Sthloy having In vlow tho Importanco
oi arriving off Cieufucgos with as
much coal as possible ,u tho ships'
The Court Ho should bavo main
tallied a close blockade of that port
Admiral Dowoy Tho bloc Kado ol
Clcnlucgns was efloetlvo.
Tho Court Ho should have endeav
ored on May 23 to obtain Information
regarding the Spanish squadron liv
communicating with tho Insurgents at
the place designated In the memoran
dum delivered to blm nt 8:1C a. m. of
Admiral Dowoy He expected to ob.
1. Of neglecting to lommunlcnte
with the Insurgents near Clcnluegus.
2. Ol Impropurlv delaying tho Hqund
ion for the Uagle.
3. Of making a pretext of tnsufll.
ilcncy of coal supply, tnrough olllclal
reports which wore "Inaccurato and
misleading," to excuse his retrograde
movement tow aid the Yucutan chau
ncl nnd Key west.
4. Of direct disobedlento of the Na
vy Department s order of May 25.
5. Of not doing his utmost to cap
turo or destroy tho enemy'B OBseln
which ho attacked on May 31.
G. Of losing distance and position
foi the Ilrooklyn nnd delaying tho nt
tuck In tho battlo or July i by the bo
culled "loop" movement.
7 (X Injustice) tli Lieutenant Com
mander HodgFon In publishing only u,
portion of tint corrcBponiicnco between
them relative to tbo colloquy.
8. Of gcncial "vacillation, dllatorl
nebs and lack or enterprise" in IiIh pro
letslonal conduct In connection with
the Santiago campaign, prior to Juno
1, 1898, tho date or Sampson's arrival
Such Is tho unanimous verdict of tho
court In tho Schley case. It Is u verdict
In which Admiral Dewey absolutely
concurs. After a most exhaustive and
Impartial Investigation, lasting for
many weeks, and a careful weighing of
all the testimony In conflict with Ad
miral Schley's shifty defence of eva
sions, explanations, pretexts and
heroics, all three of his brother ofll
cers constituting the court for which
he asked have pronounced this Judg
ment as to his compctcuc), his loyalty,
his truthfulness and his character at
an officer and a gentleman. It ts not
even necessary to examine closely Ad
miral Dewey's phrases of qualification
to determine how far they express real
dissent on thu Immaterial points con
cerued. Wiping out every part ot tho
court's judgment which Is traversed by
Dewey's memorandum or his Individual
views, there remains the most crush
ing verdict ever rendered against u
high naval officer of the United States;
and It fs pronounced by the court to
which he himself appealed, a com I
mado up of his brother officers In thu
service, the highest and fairest tribu
nal to which he could possibly appeal
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VOICES OF GOODS, r-ILLING OUR
STOCK IN ALL LINES. .: .! .'. .:
;. WE ARE AGENTS FOR .:
AND ARE OFFERING FROM OUR
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Architects, Contractors and lulldtra,
P. R. ISENUnRG, President.
C. P. IIERRICK, Mtmiigcr.
Piett nearly cvcithlng that ou
can thliiK of In tho harness Hue is lu
ilinloil In our big dlspln)
i:ei) harness wo kcI! In n bargain
and wc sell all kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach ami team
harness. From no one else can )ou
get the harness value we give J on
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we ale deteinilned vou shall :I ......
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Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, etc.,
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Auditors ror Corporations and Pri
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Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
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Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
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Office and residence, 312 Queen L,
near Oovernmcr.t building.
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Postotttcc Itox 57
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Houses built on tho monthly Install
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