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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTJ, 11 T.. THUnSDAY, FED. 20, 1902.
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Tllt'ItSDAY i'KBIUARY 20 1902
Incoming ships make the acquain
tance of the reef often enough to re
mind mariners that the barrier Is still
If tho Helen Ilrewer stajs long In
port she will have enough legal opin
ions to carrj awnj to sink two ordi
Tacoma made a record for Itself In
Its Import and export trade Inst month.
There la cry little business that Is
allowed to pass by the northern cltj'a
An heir to a fortune of manj mil
lions is said to have been found by n
New York lawjer He Is fortunate In
not having discovered as many heirs
ns there were dollars
The elimination of T McCnnts Stow
nrt'a name from the lluildcrs' Ex
change report In Thurston s Advertiser
Is a fair sample of the nlcajunc child
ishness of the ponderous organ.
New companies, aggregating $103.
000,000 of capital, wore Incorporated
In the United States last month Hut
they were nil little fellows with noth
ing that could be classed as an octopus.
Had Thurston's Advertiser known
that Wyoming legislatures ever In
dulged In any dog legislation It would
certainly have entered n protest
against the confirmation of United
States District Attorney Ilreckons
If the Attorney General's department
would give more attention to the per
fection of papers In cases going up
from the Districts courts and less to
fighting the constitution In Its entrance
to Hawaii, Justice In the courtB could
pursue the even tenor of Its way.
The Board of Education's nccessar
admission that these Islands have nev
er enjoved any form of municipal gov
ernment carrlcs-wlth It to the Ameri
can mind that tho wisdom with which
"able men wrought" was signally lack
ing In tho most Important element of
With three Judges at work in the
First Circuit it ought soon be possible
for tho end of the overcrowded calen
dar to come In Bight Yet with the
steady addition to tho list of lawyers
ono is sonutlmes caught wondering
whether an increase in litigation will
make up for the added Judicial force.
As "Paramount" Cnrter will not
have reached San Francisco previous
to the departure of the Alameda and
Doric, the "next steamer" will havo
nothing more than the usual load of
Governorship unconfirmed rumors
with tho possible exception of "dliett
from the White House'1 telegrams
proving both Bides of the question.
Coffee planters In their effots to se
cure protection for their Industry
ought to havo the active moral and
financial support of every business and
political organization of (he Territory
This Industry offers so much for the
future advancement of these Islands
that no citizen can afford to bo Indif
ferent to any measures promoted with
a view to placing our product on the
market at a price that will allow the
American coffee farmer to live.
Senator Deverldge writing on tbv
conflict between Japan nnd Hussla,
says that war Is sure to come and
places the limit at Ave jenrs hence.
Both nations bank on the friendship
of the United States and are certain
of its support when tho fighting be
gins. As Russia and Japan are about
tho only leading nations with which
our country has had unbroken friendly
relations It Is to be hoped the day Is
far distant when It will bo necessary
to choose between the two
Illshop Willis having excluded the
Second Congregation from the St.
Andrew's Cathedral, his representa
tives are now sending requests to somo
members of the expelled for financial
cpmriumiouB inur, mo laiueurui may
be prepared for consecration Tho
Ilishop'g friends nro thereby paying a
high tribute to the wayward wander
ers, inferring that they do not allow
their right hand to know what tho left
hand doeth Or It mny be thought that
after April 1st nil breaches will bo
repaired and the First and Second
Join In happy communion In the old
Iioubo of worship, hence tho supposed
readiness of the "outs" to holp pay
bills for the "Ins " Whatever the
thought of the solicitors they aro likely
to discover that the right hand has a
metaphorical (1st and tho left a brick
bat and the 'Bishop will be reminded
that he can lusuo edicts but he can't
rub them Into pocketbooks,
TWO WILCOX BILLS.
Delegate Wilcox has written his
friends In Honolulu that ns soon as ho
Is v, ell enough to return to his duties
In Congress be will see to It that vari
ous and sundry measures Introduced
by him arc amended so as to better
meet the requirement of the local situ
ation. It Is to be hoped the Delegate
will sperdll) recover that he may make
good.notwlthstnndlng the curious exhi
bition offered to Congresilonnl nBso
elates of the father of n measure being
the first to suggest radical changes In
Our Delegate appears to havo ad
anccd to that stage of Congressional
experience where he together with not
u few of his compatriots In tho House
of Representatives has become learned
In the divine art of playing to the gal
lories. Hills are Introduced for the
' effect at home" with little or no pros
pect of reai hlng the supremo dlstlnc
Hon of becoming laws.
llotb the school and the county bill
more recently presented by Mr. Wilcox
come under this heading and curiously
enough are In direct opposition to the
""PPosed Interpretation of the homo
rule progrnm, viz. that the people of
Hawaii are capable of taking care of
themselves, making their own laws,
nnd should bo allowed to do so The
county measure In nnd of Itself Is not
n bad one It Is expressive of n local
demand, but the chances arc not one In
a thousand that any committee of Con
gress will take the time needed for
Important national affairs to discuss
and thresh out the details of a county
bill for this or any other Territory
This Is something people of the Terri
tories arc supposed to do for them
selves It Is nn Important detail of
home rule, experience In which has
been so little known to this Tcrrltorv
As a means of bringing before Con
gress tho fact that Hawaii has no mu
nicipal governments whatever, tho
Wilcox bill serves a good purpose. If
a canvass of United States Congress
men had been taken at the beginning
of tho session It Is easy to believe that
n good majority would have been found
Ignorant of the facthat tho much dis
cussed Huwallau Islands, Americaniz
ed and annexed, have not nnd never
had a municipal government of any
kind Onlj those, who have become In
one way or another personally Inter
ested In the Islands know tho very
shallow veneer of American govern
ment Hawaii enjoys
A direct as well as practical means
of securing what tho Delegate seems to
be driving at. and obtain what the
people of tho Territory want, would be
the introduction of a much less volu
minous measure amending Section 5t'i
of the Organic Act so that It shall read
"Tho legislature Bhall create counties,"
etc., Instead of "may" as at present
rrovlded Such nn amendment will
nccompllsh more for tho advancement
of the Territory on "traditional Amer
ican lines" than nil the ponderous
measures the Delccato can frame or
submit to Congress for others. It
would set tho people to work earnestly
to solve whatever problems may havo
to be met In decentralizing the govern
ment of the Territory.
The school bill offered by the Dele
gate has been very properly dealt with
by the Board of Education. There Is
no doubt that tho present school sys
tem Is In a high degree Incompetent
and overburdened with n degree of
official egotism which amounts to Ig
norance, but the Wilcox bill does not
solve the problem The readjustment
of the school system will be an Import
ant part of the municipal program
which no ono Is better nble to solve
than local legislators who, In commit
tee hearings enn wisely Judge tho
merits of various contentions made by
tho taxpavers and parents as well as
the ponderous theorlzcrs
The Delegato must know that theso
bills ho has presented will not get be
yond the committee In which thej are
pigeonholed Blnce Congress Is not giv
en to taking up Its tlmo with defining
the duties of the pound keeper and
school agents of country towns.
ANGLO SAXON AND LATIN.
Editor Evening Bulletin In ester
day evening's Star, I notice an editor
ial entitled "Pan American" to cer
tain parts of which I desire to tuke ex
ception. That editorial Is a repetition
of that old legend of the superiority of
the Anglo-Saxon over tho Latin, tho
straightforwardness, civilization nnd
intelligence of the former, and the lazi
ness, Ignorance nnd general worthless
ness of tho latter.
Now, Mr Editor, I have given the
matter my earnest attention, and I beg
to differ entliely from tho conclusions
leached by tho editor of the Star To
begin with, is there an Anglo-Saxon
lace 1 have been taught at school,
that one of the branches of the so
called Anglo-Saxon lace, England was
settled first by the Angles, joined later
on by the Normans from Franco and
Teutons from Germany. I have been
taught, that Ireland belongs to tho
Celtic race, and I very much doubt If
tho Scotchmen could properly be called
Saxons. Call It English, Anglo, or
nn thing else vou please but certainly
As to the United States. This coun
try Is inhabited by eighty millions of
people Those millions are made up ot
race elements of which the British me
far from being numerically tho largest.
If the German, the Italian, the Irish,
the French, the Spanish, the Swedish,
tho Russian, tho Austrian and African
elements were deducted, what peicen
tage of tho present population would
tho "Anglo-Saxon" remainder make?
Perhaps about the samo as tho British
element In the population of Ireland
This being so. tho claim that the Unit
ed States Is a Saxon nation Is n veiy
Important one Tho trutli Is, tho whole
world is tho "mother countiy' of the
United States, and of all the "mothers"
tho English ono has been from the be
ginning the least friendly If any re
lationship can be fairly assigned to
her beyond, tho others, I know of none
more fitting than that of stepmother
We are told by tho Star that the
ANGLO-SAXON IS BURLY AND
BLUSTERING AND HE HATES THE
WILY WAYS OF THE LATIN.
THE LATIN WOULD LIE AS SOON
AS EAT AND ALWAYS DOES. THE
TRUE ANGLO-SAXON WOULD
RATHER DIE THAN LIE." I would
advise tho editor of the Star, to read
the history of Greece, the mother of
civilization; tho records made by
Franco In tho fields of civilization, arts,
sciences, mechanics, music, etc., anj
the histories of Italy nnd Spain will
forever remain prominent In the
records of civilization Spain discover
ed America. By Spaniards European
civilization wag first begun, nnd thi
first European settlement was made ot
the territory now the United States,
French missionaries nnd settlers civi
lized Canada and India with the Blblo
and the hoe, while England, later on
gave the finishing touches with rifles
nnd rapid fire guns. Head the story
of Evangeline as written by tho Im
mortal Longfellow, rend tho devasta
tion of Acadia the burning of Acadian
farms the exile of Acadian farmers,
separated from their wives and chil
dren nnd then go ahead and write of
England's superiority nnd civilization.
Tho French Revolution, originated
b Latins, may be n sign of degeno-
rac) and laziness to the editor of tho
Stnr but to the rest of mankind that
part of French history Including tho
period between 1750 nnd 1793. will for
ever be associated with the history of a
great struggle for liberty and civiliza
tion It Is a record of which any
llbcrtj Jovlng man may well be proud.
What has the "Anglo-Saxon" En
gland done for civilization' Hire Is
In Malta Public meetings suppress
ed nnd constitutional government at an
In India Two hundred nnd fifty mil
lions of people without n voice In their
own affairs, newspapers suppressed
and a censorship ns bad or worse than
that In Russia. Thirty millions of tho
population missing In n period of ten
venrs. Most of theso dead through
famine nnd fever
In Irclnnd Members of Parliament
In Jail, nnd the nation's representatives
In Parliament voted down on all Irish
matters by English members. Famine,
poverty, a dwindling population.
In Cape Colony Martial law, hang
ings, nnd shootings, the neighbors of
victims compelled to attend.
In the Transvaal and Free State
Some 12,000 Infants murdered In con
centration camps Tho countries laid
waste, houses burned down, crops dc
strovod. The whole nation, except the
men In nrms, being In prison.
In Jamaica The elected representa
tives of the people resigned In n bodv
In West Africa Plunder and spolia
tion, natives robbed, slaver rampant
under the British flag.
But whj go on?
And then we nrc told that "Anglo"
Saxon rule Is a blessing to tho earth'
If so, what would a curse bo? God help
tho people at "the mercy of powprful
bandits, who, In tho name of "prog
ress" aro doing so much to mnke this
earth a hell!
Honolulu, Feb. 19, 1902.
THOSE "SUGAR ENGINEERS."
Editor Evening Bulletin: Say, hon
or bright, who tho deuce is A. C E,
the space writer that levied on two
columns of jour otherwise good Sun
That Is what has been bothering me
ever since I rend what he wrote or In
tended to write He writes as glibly
about things he bns studied in tho
last four carB, as though ho meant
It nnd by that very fact he ilolds ono
clue to his Identity. He Is ono of the
constantly Increasing crowd of carpet
baggers that have ben getting strand
ed hero in the past few jears and find
ing nothing else to do nre spreading
the Gospel of Discontent. This Is a
country that has advanced Btiltlclently
In Its educational us well as religious
development through the past fifty
vears of consecrated mission work, to
bo ablo to lay back for a time and In
tho contemplation of sugar dividends
"Let well enough alone "
What need have we of the hlfalutln
clap trap about future employment ot
our young men? Wo nro turning them
out of our schools by the hundred, fit
to Join tho "boiled shirt" fraternity
Some with necessities extending only
to the monthly clipping of dividends
and tho intervening period of strenu
ous dnjs spent in an effort to get out
side of what the clippings will buy
Others of less fortunate pedlgrco but
with "family" connections find excep
tional opportunities In "me uncle's
bank or office. Those a stage further
removed aro to bo tho future counter
hoppers, bill collectors and generul
"light" Job chasers All are bent on
making n living out of somebody
else's labor so I say, to Hie deuce with
A C. E. and his new fangled piopo
sltlons. They aro on a par with this
crazo for county government, that
Ignus fatuuous that so many of our
"Sons of Hawaii" nro running ufter,
without knowing Just what kind of an I
animal It really Is and Ilka A. C E.'s1
"Practical Man" when he's caught It. I
turns out to be llko a greased pig
"hard to hold " Tho ono because ho
wants too much wages, tho other be-1
cause of the opportune intervention of
Our Governor's veto. Too much
"Practical Man nnd too much "Civil
Government" aro the two clouds on
tho future horizon of Vested Interests
and don't you forget It.
You newspaper men should be more
careful about what jou allow to go
Into your papers especially the Sunday
If you take a rldo on the Rapid
TranBlt through tho "Wlldoi" avenucR
of tho cljy on a Sunday afternoon your
eye strikes a figure In every lannl and
veranda by the way, each holding ,i
Bulletin nmthey read it .saint and sin
ner allko, oven to the "arts."
So bar out theso sorlullsts. reform
ers nnd anarchists, tor any man is nil
of these whenever ho attempts to dis
turb tho even tenor of our way
A C E llko tho rest of his chin,
winds up his lecture, by an nppenl to
the religious sentiment, In our natures,
In languigo as follows.
"Wo should see to It that In our
nlm to educate the young, we do not
forget that It la not only our duty to
enable them to reach the highest
Ideals as a Christian, hut an equally
useful and practical existence as a
Shades of the departed mlslsonarlcs
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C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
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let your eons benf witness to tho cal
umny against your worth and work
contained In this last fling. "Highest
ideals as a Christian," combined
with "a useful and practical existence,"
Let A. C. E. Instead of working him
self Into a hcadacho over another dla
tribe for next Sundav's paper forego
that questionable "pleasure" and pro -
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favorlto sanctuary (I presume he han
one Inasmuch as he preaches Ideal
Christianity), let lilm board a Rapid
Transit car going west, and between
his church door and the Llliha street j
Junction ho will find more "Ideal' I
combinations of "Chrlstlanltj" and
useful, practical existence" than h ,
could find In tho whole State of .Mas
sachusetts on tho same day. I
Again, at tho hour when vesper In
being sung In the old Bay State, let ,
him advance to the foot hills about
the city and If a southern zephyr
should be blowing, as It did last Sun-'
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UUJ I1U Will I1VUI UIJdUUK UM UIU 4111
In the beautiful Sabbath ee Btlllncss,
the noisy incantations, tho boisterous
sound of cjnitml nnd gong emanating
fiom our Chinese theater, the first i
faint notes of the new religion wo aro
teaching our joutli, After bearing
witness to theso advancements In edu
cation nnd Christian precept. Ho will,
recognize that "silence Is golden" In I
tho presence of his betters Let him
lememuer that environment Is everj
tlilng and that other things being
equal, the social, lellgtous and practi
cal in life adjust themselves nlonu
lines of least resistance That Is why
his religion Is so conspicuous by Its
nlisence In the avcrago home life of the
clt) So let him hold his peace while
we uphill advance to the proud ills
Unction of n wide open Sunday In
tight Christian town, presided over by I
the anointed of Mammon Tho Best
Government on Earth
Piesident Roosevelt will be the piln
clpal speaker at tho public Installation
of President Nicholas murray Butler
or uoiumuia umvcrsiiy on April . Pnci;0t. Cms, I)rowcr & Co.a Une of
He was at one tlmo a student In tho Boston Packets.
Columbia Law School and received n j jg-j. gp OFFICERS-
,,0B,ran0n f 1'"U frm ,he ,mUeri,,y C. Sl'cooKo, President; George
1,1 uuu' I Robertson, Mnnnger; E. P. BUhop.
' , " I Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
r Alderman Michael Zlmmer of Oil , Allen, Auditor! P.' C. Jones, H, Wa
cngo has' Introduced n resolution In terhouso and Geo. R." Carter, Directors.
Councils asking his brother Aldermen
to refrnln fiom chewing tobacco din
ing 1802 so thnt they may bo better
equipped to push tho enforcement
ngaliibt spitting on tho sidewalks
'THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Clergyman (rufonlng sympathetica! I ASSURANCE SOCIETY
ly to departed bread-winner) Well, I Of tho Unltod Stutrta for tho
well lo. us hope ho's better oh wheru1 Hawaiian Islands....
ho Is. OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Widow Oh, Blr. ho alwajs used toj KAAHUMANU STRET.
say It was heaven to bo with mo.
"I sea that tho magazine editors aru
clamoring for short stories,'
"Because they kcop on sending mlno
bnclt." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
J Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlta
i dc1,Pj11,Il1' Pa",H',i?i' jV ,, . ,
' Nowcll Universal Mill Co. (National
Bnrcddor).Novv York, U.S.A.
n. Ohlandt & uo.'s Chemical rerun-
, A0Xi Cr'08g & gons- ngh grntje Fcr,t
i Hzcra for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed'B Steam Plpo Covorlng,
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllno Paint Co 'a P.& B. Paints nnd
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint). In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
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Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 80, 1801, $80,043.37.
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Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
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DlHECTOnS J. L. McLean. A.
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queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. F. BERTBLMAIVS
18 - MOVDD
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oi
King street. Orders left at either sioi
or offlce at John Nott's store, Klag
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchsnt and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer,
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The pure juice of the grapefruit. Tie
most healtktul. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RINQ UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Offlco and Works, 601 Port 8L,
Honolulu, T. ot II.
P. O. box 4G2. Island orders solic
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolanl Park
Addition and in
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss L. K. Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Uullders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
B. T. DREIBR
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies,
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory ot
403 JUDD BUILDING.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid;&.-Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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ar part al Ika beer. Dale e. Siairewe talllat eal. write
Cook Remedy Co.
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