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L'HIll AHV IS 1P02
When Sam l'aikei l Govrrnm how
cm Prime David rest luntent In the
' Mvsterj Coroners erdlits arc he
coming the rule, anil an occasional
rol)ler reminds us that the Islands
are progressing In the acioinpanimcnts
Tho Cuban reciprocity and Chinese
exclusion packs hao been so thor-
oughlj shuMcil that only a w Izard can
tell which side will get tho trum.i
Admiral Sthley has oicupled tho
boards for such a length) period that
It Is now about time for the people to
think of rendering Admiral Sampson
n little Justice.
As time go on the people of the
tnltid Statts nie sizing up Governor
Dole b) American standards and And
ho falls short of the mark by numer
ous lengths and breadths
The man who still has hope for the
safet) of tho Condor can be credited
with alwa)s looking on the bright
fclde The chances are n thousand to
one against the ship and her crew.
Candidates for the Governorship are
Increasing with such remarkable
rapidity that the fortune teller could
reap enough money to warrant lncnr
poratlon with a million dollar capital
When the Empress Dowager touches
glasses with the ladles of the diplo
matic corps, It's an evidence that tho
Boxer campaign was not without its
good results In breaking down the ex
Uuslveness of the Chlnisu court.
If the Anti-Saloon League seeks to
create a real live Interest. It should
Import Carrie Nation for a three
weeks' season She could beat out the
Governor, tho Legislature or a
Barnum & Bailey three ring circuit.
A recent religious gathering In
Great Britain broke up lu a row and
the cry was heard, "This Is not the
house of God It Is a Joss house"
Which reminds one bo much of the nice
things branches of our local Anglican
ihurch aro sa)lng of each other
By an anonymous vote (he San I'ran
clsto Chamber of Commerce gave a
znajorit) foi an autl-cxcluston resolu
tion Even In San Tranclsco there qji
peur to be numerous leaders who have
no courage of conviction. Should an
open canvass of the Chamber be mado
It Is ten to one the majority would ho
nn the other side.
Clara Morris, who Is lecturing on
the American Btage of early days had
a real old fashioned experience when
her manager cleared out with tho re
ceipts and left her stranded In Den
Moines. Fortunately Miss Morris has
passed the financial period when an
absconding manager forces the "pro
fesh" to take to tho ties.
Temperance ladles ate urging that
wine shall not be In the menu of the
Denver banquet to be given Genera)
Fun&ton because they don't want Fun
stnn to be "tempted " The ladles are
Indeed thoughtful, but If ho has gone
through two Philippine tampalgn with
a total abstinence record the tempta
tions of a banquet board are not likelv
to endanger Funston s principles
Improvement of tho Capitol grounds
baik )ard Is thus far evidenced by a
(daughter of the banyan tree, bringing
In better view tho historic gasolene
tank, artillery equipment and variout
outhouses of no artistic excellence.
There aro more appropriate storage
places and shack Bites than the Capi
tol grounds and It Is to be hoped tho
catch-all corner tan be cleared out be
fore the next Governor takes office.
One ot the few men In Hawaii who
failed to keep his word with Harold
M. Bewail, now terms Mr. Sewall as
"worthless" As Mr. Sewall has. left
Hawaii and Is tending to his largo
business Interests, tho futile efforts of
tho mudslinger have no other effect
..than to exemplify the kind of material
the Dolo faction works with. No one
will read this style of political com
ment with moio searching Interest
than President ftoosevelt.
Returns fiom elections In the I'lilllp
pine municipalities show that natives
of the Islands have generally succeed
ed In realizing their aspirations for
olflcc. Yet we hear no howl from tho
Philippines ngalnst "nllcn rule " In
one town theie were eighty-nine votes
cast by eighty-eight voters. Yet wa
hear no wild cry of Filipino corrup
tion A new election was ordered and
citizens wont about their business ai
usual, doing politics In a buslness-llka
NDW LEGISLATIVE DISCOVERY.
In their ardor to establish a degree
of virtue which few mortals can hope
to attain tho fool friends of Governor
Dolo are overreaching themsehes lu
n manner that adds material!) to the
gayety of nations.
Tho supposed-to-hc political vassnls
of tho Territory are Informed that had
It not been for Governor Dole the Ter
ritory would havo been saddled by tho
last Legislature with a burden of debt
which our children and our children's
children would have had to carry upon
their sturdy shoulders. This virtue la
of such new found characters and so
expressive of political Invention thai
It Is not surprising the taxpayers won
der what will be next. It Is also wor-
thv of suflUlent moment to search for
whatever truth there maj be In th
Heretofore the one great sin regis
tend agnlnst the Legislature by tho
men of ever) political part) has been
the failure to pass the loan act by
whlih It would have been possible fof
the Territorial government to obtain
the mane) now so much needed to
enrr) on the work outlined In the ap
propriation bill This Is the defensg
the Governor and his friends have put
forward whenever and wheiever pub
lic work provided for b) the appro
priations has been held up. "The
Legislature In Its wcikness gave no
I funds ' has betn rung through the
l vnrious changes till It has become
I stereotjped In nearly ever) newspaper
offlio In the Islands
Throughout the Territory word hal
been passed along that the desire to
do tho work Is great but the Legis
lature did nothing Now come the
foolfrlends of the Governor and an
nounce that we should all be thankful
for this condition for. had It been
otherwise and the Leglshture passed
the loan act. the Territory would hnvo
hi en oppressed with nn enormous debt
for )cars to come
The claim now put forth Is so utterly
silly sd free from any feature of prop
el business administration that It
serves only to demonstrate the Ignor
nnce of Its author and the said Btralts
to which some people are put to de-
fend the Governor In his refusal to
deal with the citizen as found In the
present electorate of the Territory
W S Foe President of the New
England Tobacco Growers Association
has tendered his resignation because
he Is out of ojmpnthy vvfth the action
of tho association opposing Cuban reci
procity It Is not stnted whether Fr)c
Is speculating In Cuban tobacco fields
We aie responsible for Cuba sa)
the reclproclt) flends. That's all right,
but the parents' first dut) Is to teach
the child to walk alone
The first thing Emperor William
knows the Christian Scientists will he
gin operations under a Kahuna II
rense and try to pray him to death.
They do say that Richmond Pearson
Hobson wants to leave the navy that
he may enter politics. What a lovely
candidate ho would make for the coun
try districts where all the babies bavn
to be kissed.
ONE DOLEFUL VIEW.
Des Moines Capital
There Is one man at least who Is In
clined to take a Doleful view of the
THE CUBAN 8UGAR QUESTION
San Francisco Chronicle.
The advocates of promoting tho In
teresta of tho sugar trust at tho ox
penso of our sugar producers by the
l eduction of duties on Cuban sugar
seem to bo despairing of success. At
any rate thoy have now mndo another
proposition which Is well calculated.
If adopted, to get us Into a hotter mess
than anything which have )ct fooled
with. Gorman and Austrian sugar is
controlled by trusts which are able mi
dcr tho tariff laws, to compel the con
sinners of thoso countries to pay for
sugar at prices which enable a bounty
to bo paid from tho trust treasury on
all sugar sent out of the country
These bounties arc not, as In Russia,
the result of legislation limiting pro
ductlon for domestic sale, and nrovld
lug, by law, methods by which It can
bo made profitable to pay export boun
ties. They are purely trade arrange
ments, such as are possible and In
fact practiced by our own trusts, which
dump surpluses on foreign countries
at cost or less. Tho bounties paid by
these "kartels," as they aro called, aro
In addition to the Government boun
ties Agnlnst tho Government boun
ties we now levy a "countervailing
duty," and tho proposition of the sugar
trust Is that we Increase that duty by
tho amount of bounty paid by tho
It Is evident that this Is to Invite a
tariff war which would be promptly
forthcoming It would. It Is said, by
raising our duty on sugar from our
largest sources of supply bo equlva
lent to a reduction of 25 per cent In
the duty on Cuban sugar and would bo
satisfactory. Probably tho proposal
has no chance ot Borloua consldcra
tlon, and tho fact ot Its presentation
Is perhaps only evidence tuat tho su
gar trust does not oxpect to securo dl
rect concessions for Cuban sugar. It
ought nut to securo them. The Cuban
planters nro doing well enough. In
1900 the average prleo of sugar ex
poitt-d from Cuba, nearly all of which
came to this country, was 2 CO cents
per pound That waB more than the
German mauuractuicrs received In
lfciill, which was considered a prosper
ous jear Tho average prlao obtained
by Germans for the year was 2.24
cents, which as we understand It, In
eluded bounties. It was "the price"
utclved by the factories Our Consul
at Magdeburg reported In August, that
being the end ot tho senBon that "the
good prices secured for raw sugar dur
ing the month of August (2 43 cents
per pound) mom than compensated
for the low prices ruling earlier In the
season" If the German people, with
their stubborn soil and cold winter
climate Involving many oxpenses can
produce raw Biigar at 2.24 cents n
pound and call It "very satisfactory"
and consider 2 43 tents a pound a
really good thing, then the Cuban pen
pie, with a warm climate, a low stan
dard or Hfo ,and without neccsslt lor
planting ofteuer than once In three
years, have no business to poso as
paupers when thoy can sell all they
pioduce at 2 CO cents per pound And
especially they have no right to ex
pect us to engage in a commercial war
In order that thoy may get more
(MM WIS FIND
Berlin Feb 8 - The critics of Great
Britain here are disposed lo let Lord
Paunccfote's note of April 14, 1898.
drop with the explanation, cabled from
Washington, but nothing unfriendly tn
tho United States was meant thereby
They say the fact stands that Great
Britain did Initiate a second proposal
for a European remonstrance. Tho
explanation that President McKlnte?
as privy to Lord Pauucefote's pur
pose and approved the British appeal
before It was made. Is not accepted
here A person who Is In a position to
know the opinion of the German For
elgn Ofllce, said ' We are disinclined
to discuss Lord Paunccfote's motives.
Wo simply nail tho fact that Lord
Paunccfoto took a step unpleasant for
the United Stntes and It was Germany'
refusal to participate that frustrated
tho movement. Moreover, documen
tary proof that Great Britain took such
a step exists In the flics of European
Tho Berliner Ncuste Nachrlchten
prints a statement regarding Lord
Paunccfote's note of April 14, 1898,
similar to the one given above, adding:
"Let the people of England and Ameri
ca believe this and not compel official
quarters In Berlin to prove the truth of
the stntcment made here by publishing
documents. All the suspicions raised
ngalnst Germany in this matter must
fall flat to the ground before the Indta
Chlago. Feb. 2 A special to tho
lleeord Herald from Washington says:
Great Britain has nnnounced her de
termination to abide by tho policy de
termined upon by the United States
with respect to tho return to .China
of that portion of tho Boxer Indem
nity which may bo In excess of actual
Injuiles and expenses. This demrn
I tlnn In stated In n rpnnrt nf W. V
Roekhlll late Commissioner to Chlnt,
which will bo mado public In a few
"Tho British Government proposes."
Itockhlll states, "to return to the finan
cial committee at Shanghai, to bo
disposed of as tho powers decide, nny
balanco of Its share of tho indemnity
In excess of the adjusted claims
Great Britain's share of the t"K.r-
nious Indemnity demanded of Ch'.na
was 25,800,000. During tho negotia
tions the British Government was op
posed to the exaction of such a sum
nr would embarrass the Chinese Gov
ernment, and Itockhlll reports that sho
suggested tho Bcallng of the Indem
nity to $250,000,000, China to mako a
loan In tho open market sufficient to
pay half of that amount, and to make
arrangements with the powers as to
the mode and time of tho payment of
the other hair. But tho British, as
well as tho American, proposal to fl
the Indemnity at $250,000,000 was not
adopted by tho diplomatic corps.
Subsequently Great Britain suggest
ed that tho Indemnity be fixed at
$297,000,000, Secretary Hay author
ized Itockhlll to accept the British
proposition If nothing better could bo
ngreed upon. It failed, however. In
lonsequence of Its abandonment by
the British Government, nnd the povv
eis then agreed to demand an Indem
nity of $337,000,000.
SLAVIN'8 MAN DEAD.
Victoria. B C, Feb. 4. Yokohama
papers report a Bad and unfortunate
accident In connection with Jack Sla
vln's visit to that city. Slavln gave
an exhibition, ono of his opponents
being a colored man named E. S Pad
more Padmore was no match for tho
ex champion, who knocked him about
In a perfunctory way, but he showed
nu signs of punishment after the con
test Toward midnight, however.
Pndmuro had a chill and his left side
near tho heart caused him uneasiness.
Di Taylor of the United States Naval
Hospital was summoned, but desplto
his effoits Padmore became rapidly
weaker and died at 130 o clock. No
blame Is attached to Slavln for the un
fortunate result of what wus, accord
lug to the papers, a tamo and unln
terestlng Lout In which Slavln fre
quently urged Padmoro to lilt harder
In order to satisfy the audience, who
were looking Cora spirited contest
The doctors made a post-mortem
and pronounced the cause of death
"atbleto's heart " Prominent citizens
called upon Slavln's manager. Mltrli
ell" and assured him that In no wny
whatever was Slavln responsible for
the sad event.
London IV b 8. The delegates to
tho International sugar conference ai
novv more hopeful of a successful out
cmo of thelr laborB t,,a" nt nny I"
vlous Btnge of the proceedings, It ap
pears that Great Britain s threat of I
Imposing countervailing djtlcs, back !
cd up by Blmllar representations from
Franco, has worked so well that vail
ous delegates have found 1 necessary
to reconsider their position The pres
ent delay Is chiefly .duo to Austria,
whose delegates were compelled to re
turn to Vienna tor further lnstrue
tlonB That nil tho bounties and car
tels will be abolished Is scarcely ex
pected, but tho Ilrltlsh authorities bo
lleve that the condition of tho Industry
must be greatly Improved It the com
promise arrangements which are now
under consideration by the govern
ments aro act opted.
B C Pettlnglll lift Invented, a gly
tcrlno projectile, which. If thc'ilnlnw
of tho Inventor hold good, will prove
of gicat Importance The mechanism
of the Invention Is a secret, and Pettln
glll Is now negotiating with the Unit
ed States Government for the sale of
the device. The matter will bo con
sidered by the ordnance depaitmcnt.
Tho Invention, Pettlnglll sas. Is a
shell that will tarry without the least
concussion from tlftj t two hundred
pounds of glycerine oil as far as the
ordinary shell can be fired by ordinary
modern ordnance The concussion ne
cessary to pioject this fctiell, he says,
Is bj his device reflected hack to tho
sides of the shell so that the glycerine
on is not disturbed in the least.
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JOSHED MINISTER WU
New York. Feu. 4. A special to tho
Bun from Washington says: Minister,
Wu Ting Tang and Prestidigitator
Mclllna furnished lots of amusement
to a swell gathering nt the residence
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Graham Bell to
night. Wu sented himself hy request
at the magician's side. Melllna told
Wu he must not steal cards, and
plucked ono from the back of his neck
and several from Wu s tiowing sleeves
Wu smiled affably and told Melllna ho
vv as a bright young man.
Melllna asked Wu about an Imped
I Invent In his speech and then extract-
... nn egg from the diplomat s mo th
Wu denied emphatically that ho en
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In l.la n.i.i.,1. T.in.i fnll.tin iitmniinl
! three moro eggs from Wu's counte
I name Wu was amazed but hugely
eno)cd it.1 Melllna gave him a dol
lar bill and Wu squeezed It hard and
It was a gone dollar. When he open
ed his hand It only contained paper
Wu Spent fifteen minutes after the
seance trying to Induce the magician
lo tell him where tho eggs came fiom
,,..., . , . .
Chicago, Ieb. 2. "A man should bo
.diagged out and shot when he has'to J)lace le representation or such
leached the ago or 45 years He has Stateii , tlle ouse of rtepiesentativos
outlived his usefulness. Ho is dead nn mntit..iinnni i.ni
timber in the, pathway of progiess un
der modem Industrial conditions 1
suggest that a law bo drafted and sub-1
milieu tu uiv i.CKisiuiiuu lur pubbuki ,
which shall piovldo that all persons' Now York, Feb 2, William C
ho shot at the ago of 45 years unless Whitney has decided to ictlro fiom
thoy can bhuw that they havo enough business It has long been a notion
propel ty saved up to keep them dur-,or his that a man with an ordinary
lag the rest or their. natural lives." amount or good luck ought to bo abhi
This was tho way tho serious ques- to lay by enough before ho was HO
tlon ot nn ago limit for mechanics and yours old so that he could havo dona
laborers was put uy ono or me speak
era at a meeting Oftho Chicago Fedoi-
nuon oi uaoor louay. oomc oi ine
lailioads and laigo manufacturing eg-
tabllshments now rcruso to hire a man
over J5 years old, and mechanics nro
dlsehaiged at tho age of 45 by these
concerns becausu tbey aie too old.
.viacninisis, caipeniers ana men in
other trades testified that a slmllai
ago limit wus being enforced by va
i Ions clusses of employers.
LOST IN CHINA SUA
Portland, Or , Feb 4 A table dis
patch ttj the Oregon Railroad and Na
vigation Company says the BteanUhlp
Knight Companion Is ashore tn tho
China sea, near Idzuml. Japan All
the irew nnd pashengejs were saved,
Tho vessel is a total Iqtis The Knight
Cum nn Ion ,3 one of tho regului line
of steamers of tho Portland nnd
Asiatic Steamship Company which plv
between Poitland and the Oilcnt In
connection with the Oregon Rallioad AGAINST CUBAN CONCESSIONS,
and Navigation Company I .
Tho Knight Companion had foitj-1 Washington. Feb D The petition of
one passengers, mostly Chinese, and ( members of the Houso of Uepresenta
her cargd of cotton and flour Is valued lives, addressed to the Was and
ot $302,000 The vessel and cargo, aro Means Commltteo, asking that no
Insured Sho sailed 'from this port I legislation on Cuba he framed which
December 28, and was duo at Yokoha- Bhall Injuriously affect American Iti
ma about the last of Janunry. It Is dustrles, has now received seventy-five
evident that a, severe gale carried tho signatures, mainly of Republican mem
vessel far out of her course. bera
DISCUSS THE FRANCHISE
Washington, Fob. 4. Tho Ilcpuhll
can members of the House held a can
cus last night to consider a lino of pol
icy to bo adopted concerning tho al
leged disfranchisement of voters In
the South. Tho caucus lasted from 8
o'clock until Bhoitly after 11 o'clock,
when It was decided to adjourn for
Tho main discussion of the meeting
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turned on a resolution offered by Hop
..Uc80lvc.l. Tlmt ,t lfJ tho 8enB0 ot
tb(g iaucug that committee ol
,,, t resolutlon ag a Bl,bst
f(jr th , ,
. .. ., .. ... ,,nnr thn. KB
Itct committee be nppolnted by the
Speaker, to consist or eleven members,
whose duty It shall be and who shall
have full and complete authority and
power to Investigate and Inquire
whether the right to vote of any male
Inhabitant of any of the States, 21
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j ears of ago and being a citizen of
,, by tho ConBtitutlon nm, ,aWB ,
any State, except for crime; and If
such Is found to be the fact said scloct
, commltteo shall have the right and It
shall bo Its duty to report at any
I time by bill or otherwise!! bucIi meas-
rn nr -inn-iir n mnv i. ..,....
WIIITNUY TO IJETIRH.
with actlvo business for tho rest of
his days, Whitney was 60 years old
0n July Kith laBt, and when ho woke
up that morning ho found himself In
possession of Biiniclent fortune, so ho
Immediately began to get ready to
retire. Ho has been continuing to get
ready over since, nnd he's not nt all
certain that there Isn't more work in
i Kettlng out of business than there la
In remaining In harness.
I "It Is quite true" said Whitney to
night Just before entering his bcautl
i fill music room filled with guests to
listen to the playing Paderewskl, "that
ive iietiueti to retire nom business. I
came to this decision sonic time nco.
but tho nearest I've heen able to como
to actual letirement has been to go
down town only once In about two
weeks" , .
Whltnej will dlspoie of most of his
holdings In corporations but will prob.
ablj devoto moro tlmo to racing 'Ho
has alieady unloaded much of his
Metiopolltan Street Hallway stock.
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isfactory. If not, wo have a
stock to please anyone.
1902 designs In Wall Papers
and Amerlcus Window Shades
Fitted with Hartshorn rollers.
LEWERS & COOKE,
the old Sowing Machine Agent, is still
In business at 942 BETHEL 8TREET,
Stock on Hand Standard. Domes-
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
nousenoia, expert ana Vlnaex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
New Map of Oahu.
compiled from Government Surveys and Cherts
Msrs ot Sun.r Plinlatlons, Railways, and Other
Reliable Source.. THS map is j8iu inches
with artlstte colorlns and neat mountings, male
Inr a very useful as well as ornamental wall man
THS PRica or the map is J o oo. Copies cat
he oHal4 from r "'
JA:. t TavinD
j f-.IO )os too 100 JudJ tlulldlnt, Honolulu! T. H
j or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO . LTD '
Architects, Contractor and ultdar
Hoffman & Rllcy
P. O. Boi too
Goo. W. Pago.
F. O. Box TTI
F. W. Beardslee.
BEARDSLEE & PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms1 2-4, Arlington Anno,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate tx
nlahed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend! to.
M. F. BERTBLMAN'S
IS - MOVI5D
To rear of old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either ikoi
or office at John Nott's store, Klaa
street, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chaeftn
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I.
The pure Juice of the grapefruit. Tas
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71. '
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of II.
P. O. box 462. Island order aolle
lted. LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition and In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Mies L. K. Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Uullders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
E. T. DREIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer, Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in blectrlc supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insuranca
Company in the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents (or tho Territory ot
403 JUDD BUILDING.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8trcett, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
r,mia,stl tint, Tea t t l.t,4 at ke
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