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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., WEDNESDAY, FED. 19. 1902.
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Our big sale of last week la over and wo aro getting ready to handle
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b revelation of beauty to shoppors.
Many now novelties will bo Intro
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The new goods include PRINTED ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS, PERSIAN LAWNS, EMBROIDERED
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Photo by Elliott & Fry, London.
SIR CHARLES DILKE.
nnrlnir tho upmilon of tho Encllsh Parliament Is expected thcro will
bo an outbreak of speeches on.tho South African situation. Most Impor
tant of theso will probably bo one by Sir Charles Dllkc, who Is regarded
as tho greatest military authority in Enlgianti. in a recent nruciw m .
Fortnightly Review ho advocated tho adoption of guerrilla tactics In fight
ing the Doers.
CfllNESE CONSUL WRITES ON EXCLUSION
It was not of their own primary will
that tho Chlneso camo to the United
States. Glowing Inducements . were
held out to secure their Immigration.
When they wcro established hero,
when many of them looked upon thl
country as their homo and wished to
becomo American citizens, as amazing
legislative cruelty. In the shape of tho
Chlneso Exclusion Act, was Indicted
Tho most boastfully domorrntlo
country In tho world was the first and
only ono to shut Its doors In our fnces.
With bo fine a demonstration of repub
lican spirit before It, whore is so-called
heathenism to turn for example?
All the arguments advuticed against
tho Chinese seem to me manifestly
unjust. When tho same policies mo
pursued In China, American enterprise
very quickly takes up cudgels against
It. A correct rule works both ways.
If the samo restrictions we-p placed
around Immigrants of all nationalities,
tho Chincae could not complain. Legis
lation In a republic should not be discriminating.
The Chlneso are skillful and honest
employes. They are law-abiding as a
people never dependent upon alms
houses; very few are found In prisons, slon Act resolve themselves Into on
Some recent statements concernins
tho "8x Companies" aro absolutely
false. They hnvo not paid tho passage
of every Chinaman who has come to
this country. In Chbja there Is no suih
thing ns contrnct labor. Kvery Immi
grant Is emphatically a voluntary com
er. Ho pays his own passage, and
comes for the same reason any other
foreigner docs to better his comlltlun
or rco new sights.
The "8lx Companies" nro benevolent.. .tended as delegate from Maine.
organizations ns much ns American
organized charities. Their solo pur
poso Is to care for tho Chlneso In this
country. In time of want or Blcknesj
they extend aid. Never do they de
mand n certain percentage of any Chi
naman's earnings. Funds are donated
to the associations entirely ns Indi
viduals feel they can spare the money.
Neither do they agree to send a Chi
naman home, dead or alive. Sending a
body home Is nt the option of his rela
tives. There Is no danger of nn Influx of a
million Chinese. All who come tu
this country aro from n small district
In the Province of Canton. Outside of
this district none can be found who nro
willing to come.
All tho arguments against the Rxclu
Throughout tho civilized world Chl
neso merchants aro recognized ns be
ing the most honest and contract-all J-Ing.
long cry of what Is supposedly the key
note of this democracy Justice! Lock
Wing, Vlco Consul nt New York, In the
-t I i I I 1 1 i i i i f i . t i i ; i t i
MUME WITH BUI
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
.MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT UTREET.
E5 . 0- Boae 886 IMIalaa. 2IB
HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new 8tayles Table Covers. Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc
Heavy Pongee 611k and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India. Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swlaa Embroideries'.
DRY QOOD3 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Paris, Feb. 1. Colonel Plcquart, who
was prominent In the defense of Cap
tain Dreyfus, Ib publishing In tho
Grand llevue, a series of articles on
the military position of France. He
says France has come to tho end of
her military resources, whereas Ger
many has ample resources with which
to Increase her strength. France,
therefore, must modify her system,
Tucomn, Feb, 6. Events of the last
few days Indicate that James J. Hill
Is quietly gaining control of tho chief
steamer lines on l'uget sound and all
tho lines to Southeastern Alaska. Hill
and his sons are said to be large stock
holders in the Pugct Sound Naviga
tion Company, which has Just bought
the Interests of the Thompson Steam
boat Company for $400,000. Tho pur-
and he suggests various reforms. I chase Includes five steamers. The com
Discussing tho question of France's pany is preparing to build several new
alliances, tho Colonel replies to artl- c steamers, all to cover the new routes
cles In the National Review. He dc- on Puget sound,
clarcs himself In favor of an alllancol In this Instance the Hill family Is
with Great Urltaln. and says Franco . operating through Walter Oakcs,
treasurer of the Pugct Sound Naviga
tion Company and Its organizer. He Is
related to the Hill family, Oakes and
Hill having married sisters. Oakcs
went Fast last week In tho private car
of President Hill, which was sent from
St. Paul for him. Since going East ho
has purchased the steamship Lincoln,
heretofore running between New York
and Haana, for the Alaskan Steam
ship Company, of which he Is presi
dent, Sho will ply between Tacoma
Tho Alaska Steamship Company,
I owned bv Oakes In worklni? In close
harmony with the Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, owning tho only other
steamship line to Southeastern Alaska.
The Pacific Coast Company Is con
trolled by Hill, who, together with
Oakes, thus absolutely controls Alas-
will never consent to an alliance with
Germany, which would Imply a defi
nite renunciation of Alsace-Lorraine.
A French alliance with Great Urltaln
and Italy, however, would, he claims,
procure military advantage of tho first
order, because It would glvo Franca
complete naval freedom In a war with
flermany, -while If tho alllanco pro
vided for the active co-operation of
Great Urltaln tho advantages would
be incalculable. The alljed fleets would
command the sea, Germany's supplies
would be cut and Germany could not
sustain a prolonged struggle.
Colonel Plcquart predicts that tho
French feeling against Great Britain
on account of tho Fashoda incident
and tho South African war will die
out, nnd, rofcrrlng to tho criticisms
of the value of the llrltlsh army, he
soys that when tho South African war j,8n transportation
Ib concluded Oreat Urltaln win nave, jt jUBt announced that the sale of
nt her disposal a great number of sea- the Washington and Alaska Steamship
MISS FRANCES WILLAM)
REMEMBERED BY W.C.T.U,
Paper by Mrs. McCully-Higgins
Personal Contributions By
The W. C. T U. gathered In the par
Jors of Central Union church yesterday
afternoon and held a memorial meet
ing In honor of Miss Frances Wlllard,
who began the work of the society.
The local society raised $2G.C5 at the
meeting to swell the Frances Wlllard
Memorial fund. Mrs. J. M. Whitney,
who presided, spoke on tho object of
the assembly saying It was the custom
followed all over the world to meet on
the anniversary of Miss Wlllard'f
After prayer by ltcv. W. M. Klncald,
Mrs, McCully-Hlgglns read a paper of
which the following arc n few extracts:
Tho first nnd only time I ever met
her, who wns the most beloved woman
of her day. was nt a Nattonnl W C. T.
U. Convention held In Cleveland, In
the month of November, 1SSI. I nt-
one was leading a devotional service.
When this was promptly closed Miss
Wlllard took tho convention under her
own direction. I saw her then for the
first time. Her pictures are so familiar
I need not tell you how sho looked.
l)y means of those pictures you hao
all become acquainted with her sweet
face, tho look of the soft wnvy hair,
tho little tilt of the head usual with
peoplo who wear glasses. Hut perhaps
you do not nulte see In her pictures
the steady, straight, candid look of the
white soul through her eyes and on
her face, the pntlent hut undismayed
expression of one who makes no com
promise with n great evil, but with no
spirit of hate.
You never once thought of her ofllco
ns bigger than tho woman. Sho con
trolled tho convention without being
arbitrary and arrogant points In
which men so often fall, I wonder If
I shall bo misunderstood If I say she
was not dlgnlfled. It seemed to mo
she was drawn so close to the hearts
of tho women, there, ofllrcrs and dele
gates, there was no room for the stiff
formality we call dignity, Sho often
called her officers by her own pet
names of them. Mrs. Stevens was
"Stevlc." They all seemed like girls
together. Miss Wlllard was cheer
ful, bright and even merry at times.
Perhaps because of the strength of her
faith, the bright, hopeful side of
everything appealed to her.
At the end of one of the meetings
when I had sat on theplatform for two
hours or more dreading a presentation
to the convention, which Mrs. Stevens
wnntcd, I was Introduced to Miss Wll
lard by Mrs, Stevens nnd spoke of tho
Hawaiian Union ns the eldest daugh
ter of tho American mothor. She was
very tired, nnd while Miss Gordon was
saying, lovingly, urgently, "Dear Miss
Wlllard, do come home," Miss Wlllard
gave me her hand and sold wearily:
"God bless the eldest daughter." I
left tho convention charmed by tho
sweet personality of this rare woman.
Mrs. Whitney read nnother personal
contribution on Miss Wlllard and Mrs.
Harriet Castlo Coleman, Miss Green
and Miss Whitman all spoko of meet
ing her. After the memorial meeting,
tliero was n short business meeting.
It was announced that Mrs. Henry Wa
terlmuMj had resigned as president of
the Flower Mission. Mrs. Qraco Wn
terhousc was elected to the place and
Mlfcs New comb was elected secretary In
plac of Mrs. Austin, resigned
At tho next meeting of the W. C. T,
U. secral of the principals of tho pub
lic schools will appear upon Invitation
of tho Union to glvo tholr views on
temperance Instruction in tho schools.
ENllL T. DREIER
soned troops with which to reconsti
tute the British military forces.
It Is tho peoplo of tho United States
and not any ono section of thorn who
want water communication establish
ed between tho Atlantic nnd tho Pa-'
Company by the Northern Pacific to
the Pacific Coast Company was mado
last fall by the .direction of Hill
against tho wishes of President Mellon
of the Northern Pacific. By that stroke
Hill shut the Northern Pacific out of
v, iieiwueu '" " "'" '"k the Alaska business, transferring his
mlan Commission's report mnkcB tho
duty of Congress clear. Lot tho Hep
burn resolution stay whore It Is In tho
Senate and let tho situation be con
sidered anew In the light now thrown
upon It by tho report. iiroouiyn
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Ditliri la Flo Silk to Orais LIbmi. Ct.lo.tM tad Jtpanwc QooU of All Klift
IIO-III NOQtBO ItTMt,
The Bulletin, 75cts. per moiiili
"Dan" Emmett, who wrote tho popu
lar negro molody, "Dixlo," which serv
ed frequently as a rallying soug In tho
Civil Wnr, Is living, at tho ago of 87,
In a Ilttlo cottage near Mansfield, O. ,
FOUR THOUSAND IN PRIZES.
Interest Is being nwaKened nmong
local Kadakcrs regarding tho plcturn
taking contest and many are calling at
tliollonolulu Photo Supply Co, to get
further particulars. Four thousand
dollars In prizes is offered and the con
test Is open to every one using either a
kodak or brownie camera.
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U you feel dull .drowsy or Inactive; If
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It's electro galvanized,
each plcco can be grounded
without extra precautions.
It cannot rust,
thcro is more to tell
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Office, Room 8 Magoon-Oldg.
Telephone Blue 281.
Big Furniture Store
While wnltlng for our now storo In tho Sachs' Building to bo
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MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
fo transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to Ban
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to thoso know
ing the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
market f Post 6t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
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Postoftlce Box 67
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST, CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcKsmuktng IIouho and Millinery Parlors.
Arlington Block, Motel Bt. H. Fi DAVI8QN, Manager.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
" OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims. ..$21,373,4G9S5
For Matured Policies 7,507,608 27
Dividends nnd Surrenders 13,099,131 37
Total St5,57',212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD BUILDING.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
"What a sour Individual' What's
ho growling about, anyway?"
"Oh! ho complains that ho lmsn'l
got what ho deserved In ihls wirhl."
"I should think ho'd l.n ) eauso to
rojolco on that account." I'ul'adelphla