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KVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1902.
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MARCH 1 1902.
Thurston thinks Hawaii has too
much politics. Of the Thurston kind
this Is true.
It Is not money the Republlcnn pnit)
requires to earr an election. Onlv tho
The Kona receivership appears to be
stirring up ns much strlfo ns a Coro
ner's Inquest In the Kau district.
On the basis that every side should
be represented Thurston's Advertiser
makes a great success of doing the
work of the misrepresented.
"Jack" McVeigh on &. municipal gov
ernment platform enn carr tho elec
tion In the Fourth without money
Such n combination Is n vole inuker.
Dusincss men of this Terrltor) real
ize that an Inter-Island cable is a prac
tical Imposslblllti nnd thnt the wire
less telegraph s)tcm will strve every
Opposition to repeal of the war tax
because It will decrease the price of
beer and skittles Is about as sensible
ns opposition to the army canteen piir
portedlj In the Interests of temper
mice. The new"treat between Clre.it Brit
ain and Japan Is highly interesting
but has no particular effect on Ha
waii's status since these Islands have
passed beond the power of neutrality
mongers to betray
Another resolution has passed tho
House for election of United States
Senators bj the direct vote of tho
people. This resolution the House
pusses religiously at every session, and
there the mattir Btops.
Delegato Wilcox will find his work
more appreciated at home and In Con
cress If ho will strive for the appro
priation of monev to carry on l'ederal
work In Hawaii, and allow the Presi
dent's salary tuko care of Itself. Roose
velt will not appreciate the money,
Hawaii will .
No volco has )et been raised In Con
gress to defend tho foolish "Transi
tion period" of Hawaii s Supreme
Court This official foil) has been
solely a source of attack on the Re
publican administration anil produc
tive of disgust among Republlcnn
lenders In Congress
Thurston's Advertiser has made a
strenuous effort to make political capi
tal out of tho Circuit Courts nnd hns
steadily failed Its constnnt attacks
upon the court have served no other
purpose than to descredlt the men nnd
expose the malicious motives of the
sponsors for the attack,
Tho city of Watcrbury, Conn , suf
fered a ,3,000,000 loss by Are. The In
surance companies will pay for $1,500,
00 of this and tho pcoplo of Watorbur)
havo set themselves to work rebuild
ing the city In spite of the million and
a half burden they havo to carry
Where thero's a will thero Is always a
If factional Interests wero the first
to bo considered nothing could be more
gratifying to the enemies of tho Dole
government than to nllow tho election
In tho Fourth District to go to tho
Homo Rule party by default. The In
terests of tho Republican party are at
stake, however, nnd Dole and anti-
Dole politics are out of It, except as
thpy arc forced by the ofuclal organ
Uoth the soldiers and tho coinmun
Ity would feel highly gratified If Uncle
Sum would, pay off his troops on the
Warren during their stay In Honolulu
And this mutual deslro brings to mind
that complaints from Honolulu regis
tered against certain nets ot soldiers
during their stay hero aro responsible
for the order that pay be withheld un
til Honolulu Is passed This Is a mat
ter which tho Merchants Association
ought to take up, and thero Is no dan'
gcr of a petition to the Federal gov
ernment meeting with local opposition
REPUBLICAN DUTY AND THE
J. II. Fisher, seeretnry of the Re
publican Territorial committee sound
cd tho key note of party duty at es
terday'B meeting of the Fourth District
Tho Republican party must mot tho
Issue, not by a cowaidly betrayal of
paity Integrity evidenced by refusal
to place n candidate In the field ami
consequent strengthening of oppo
nents. Such n course Is suicidal from
every standpoint. It shows either
fear or lack of desire to promote the
Interests of tho party and tho princi
ples It stands for. The Republican
party must meet the Issue of the 3po
clal election In the same nitnncr that
It contemplates contesting tho geinral
election, by nn active cauv.it a of the
District, energetic and buriuunloui
work all along the line.
If thoso who arc In a position to as
sist the election by tho contribution of
what small amount of money will be
required to pay the ordinary expenses
of the contest, rcfuso to render thl3 as
sistance then let them take the re
sponsibility for the failure they con
sider to be certain If election fund cro
Experience In this Tcrrlfor, how -cut,
and In ever other portion of the
United States has nruvod that monty
dues not carry un election. ,i "mon
ey has been made nn Issue on the pirt
of Borne citizens It Is tho manifest.
and mandatory duty of the oijunlza-
tion to prove to the voters of tho
I'ouith I)Istriet,thnt It Is governmental
principle, not dollars nnd tents, vvlilch
guides tho Republican party und Is tic
great motive power of Its pollllcnl
nctlv It y Money buys only the corrupt
voto and Inlluences only the weak
vote It Is neither the corrupt vote
nor the weak principled vote which tho
Republican party seeks Oi r party
principles are honest and appeal to
honest men nt all times, Thle is (lie
foundation nnd support of the organi
zation When this Is cast aslilo the
party Is lost nnd ought to be
In the search for a candidate the
pirt) In the Fourth turned to Mr Oil
man who has been an active party
worker and represents certain Inter
ests thnt have uni'ondltion illy cnduis
cd the local administration policy. As
Mr Oilman and his friends ore not ills
posed to stand the test, the party
should turn to the broacW fljld lo a
candidate broadly repiescutatlve,
leaving the administration nnd what
ever differences mny have allien nut
of the contest This lino of action Is
foreshadowed by tho action of tho Dis
trict committee In strengthening the
party platform by a straightforward
and positive statement on city and
county government which Is lit chlcl
Issue befor tho people today.
Tho high personal chara tor and
steadfast party lojnlty, as well as his
personal popularity among all classes
and factions all point to the wisdom of
selecting J. I). McVeigh ns tho stan
dard bearer In the political con
test now shaping. Mr McVeigh Is In
nil renttneta n unrMiv Rniifianr nt llin
late Representative Qllflllan. He hitr
the confldenco of business men, the!
worklngmcn.tho American nnd Hawaiian-American.
He Is n man on vvhoro
careful Judgment nnd firm lo)nlty to
principle tho voters of tho District nna
the Territory can rely nt all times He
will In every respect bo a harmonizing
factor and ono who will centralize and
conserve party enthusiasm ns well ns
draw new voters to the ranks.
If there Is any platform and any
candidate that will secure the support
nf the people ot tho Fourth District,
that platform Is n positive recogni
tion of tho demand for county and
municipal government and the candi
date J. I). McVeigh.
WATCRBURY r-IRE POLICY.
Watcrbury, destroyed In part during
the storm of Sunday and early Monday
morning, was to a large extent evi
dently the victim of circumstances, not
nil of which wero avoidable. It Is an
old town, but compared to other towns
or cities ot Connecticut would be call
ed modern, and widely known for Its
manufacturing Industries As to the
nature ot its buildings, the business
section, which was tho ono destroyed,
was not built on modern fireproof
principles, ns a rule. Thero was n ter
rific gale blowing nt the rate ot seven
ty-two miles an hour, und with few
fireproof buildings to check the prog'
ress of the Humes, their march was Ir
resistible. Added to this, other condl
tlons of tho weather made fighting lire
more than Herculean, Indeed an im
possible tnsk, and block after bluck
succumbed Tho lack ot aft adequate
water s)stem Is also given as one rea
son for tho diiriculty of fighting the
(lie Uut, above all. a few more well
built, fireproof buildings, judiciously
located, would doubtless havo made
the story of tho Watcrbury fire a far
different one. Incidentally, the fire
will cost Now York Insurance compa
nies n million nnd a halt.
Wntcrbury Is not, however. Bitting
disconsolate In lier ashes It Is re
garded as one of the most enterpris
ing communities In bustling New En
gland, nnd already her biidness men
are taking counsel nnd Initiating meas
ures for tho rebuilding of tho city.
That it will bo more attractive than
ever and It was Justly culled a pretty
city there Is no room for doubt.
OUR DUTY TO CUB.
Dally Astorlan (Oregon.
It Is well to bear clearly la mind the
character of tho two causes reciproci
ty with Cuba and reduction of war tax
which are now before tbo Ways and
Means Committee at Wushlngton, and
to the latter of which that committee
seems disposed to attach the more Im
portance Reciprocity with Cuba will rescue
from distress a million penplo for
whoso welfnrowo were lately so soli
citous that we went to war with Spain
about It. It will save from disorder
and anarchy that Island for whose
tranquility we are responsible It will
give to the United States a trade of
$30,00,000 or (40,000,000 a year which
now goes to Uuropo. It will, above all,
vindicate the honor nnd maintain the
good fulth of the United States, and
avert from ns ono of the gravest re
proaches that can full upon a nation.
Reduction of the war tax, on the
other hand, will cut down the tax on
every quart of wine. It will give re
lief to manufacturers ot playing cards,
keepers of billiard rooms nnd bowl
ing alleys and managers of circuses
nnd theaters It will lessen the burd
ens ot the generous and sclf-sacrlflc-Ing
pawnbroker It will, abovo all,
furnish an excueo for letting tho beet
sugar trust continue to extract fiom
tho pockets of tho Amcrlcnn people
some $11,000,000 u year In the form ot
"protection" which It confesses It does
On the one side, according to Presi
dent Roosevelt, He morality and expo-
dlenry, national honor and national
Interest. On the other side, according
to the text of the 'proposed law, are
poker decks and circuses, becr and
beet. It seems to be for tho Ways and
Means Committee or for a higher pow
er to choose between them .
APTHIS THE GUNMAN "TRUST."
New York Commercial
Germany seems to "catch" almost
ever) thing American, good or bad not
a b.ul sign either!
Just now the business public nnd the
press over there are engaged In nn
agitation against the "trusts" much
like that which was so strenuously In
evidence here about three scars nro
nna over which both political parties
cnme to a stand-off ns nn Issue. Tho
Central Association of German Mer
chants and Industrials at Ilcrlln has
petitioned the Hundesrnth and tho
sovcral German Stnte governments to
prepare a draft of a law on this Rub-
Jcct to be presented to the German
Parliament. It nskB that tho law shall
provide that nil commercial assocla
tlons of a monopolistic character in
the form of "cartels," sndlcntcs,
rings, trusts, nnd so forth (organized
tor regulating prices or production,
division of territory, or for other pur
poses), must be registered by law nnd
have their articles of association ap
proved by tho respective Authorities,
nlso that they must semi-annually fur
nish statements of their llnanclnl con
ditions, and of their profits and losses,
which shall be published, If not other
wise, nt least In the "Rclchsanzclgcr,"
the official publication of tho German
This has a familiar look. Much ot
the suggested legislation Is of n char
acter that became common In the vari
ous States here somo years ago, nnd
also got Into evidence In Federal law
through the Sherman act of 1S90; but
most ot It has proved Imprnctlrahle In
operation, nnd a good deal of It Is al
ready a dead letter. Germany, per
haps, will havo to pass through tho
tame process nnd experiences before
her people reach the point that we
have arrived at here a quite gencrnl
agreement In n demnnd cither for uni
form laws In the States or a general
Federal law for tho creation nnd su
pervision of corporations.
In the matter of publicity, however.
this Ilcrlln organization haB outstrip
ped us a bit It specifics the manner
nnd place of publishing the reports of
the corporations. Wo haven t any
' rclchsanzclgcr" In this coun'ry no
"official publication" except the Con
gressional Record and that doesn't
ncccpt advertisements, Hut the ac
tion of these German mcrchints sug
gests a way In which such corpora
tlons In the United States aj may de
sire cheap advertising for their reports
might stand In with tho Honorable
William K. Mason ot Illinois
No great Invention was ever struck
out nt n single blow. No man ever
worked out an absolutely new machine
or process from Its Inception to a com
mercial success. All the great Inven
tions are the outcome ot the labors of
a number of different men. The one
who makes the last step, from theory
to practice, and puts the Invention Into
successful operation, gets tho credit
nnd rightly, too though there nre nl
wa)s thoso who seek to deprive him of
The French Academy of Sciences has
Just given an Illustration of tho latter.
These learned gentlemen declare that
Marconi Is not entitled to any honors
In connection with wireless telegraphy,
though they kindly admit that be Is
"a clever practical experimenter "
They nlso declare that Feddcrson nnd
Maxwell both Kngllshmcn, entertain.
cd the Idea that it might be possible to
telegraph without wires, that Hertr,
a German, discovered tlio particular
electric vibrations, called from him
"Heitzlan wnves," that I'opoff, a Rus
sian, experimented with these waves,
and that Hranley, a Frenchman, wroto
a paper suggesting the use of Hertzian1
wnves In aerial telegraphy
Consequently, the academy thinks
that Marconi Is not entitled to any
credit, but that It should belong to the
above enumerated gentlemen, and
chiefly to Professor llrnnly. All of
which Is no credit to the practical
common sense of this aggregation of
savants. Tho man who dreams that a
certain result may bo attained, but
does nothing to w ork the matter out In
practice, contributes nothing to the
progress of the world. It Is tho man
who takes the theory of one man, the
crude experiments of another, and an
other, and another, nnd by hard work
and his own Inventive genius puts tho
matter on n practical basis. This Is
what Marconi has done. It Is what
Morse did, nnd ho Is rightly honored us
tho Inventor of the telegraph. This Is
what J. Gruhiim Hell did, nnd he de
serves the credit of being tho Inventor
of tho telephono Marconi's fame Is
secure, the whole Frencli academy to
the contrary notwIthsNndtng, Tho
world honors the man who reaches thn
goal, not him who runs part of (lie
course ami then drops out.
WHAT WORRIED DEPEW.
President Ingalls ot tho Rig Four,
or Three C's, call It what you may
yio run name is Cleveland, Cincinnati,
Chicago and St. Louis Is nothing If
not forceful In his conversation; and
everj where among railroad men his
aphorlsniB aro tho subject ot com
ment. A group of theso railroad offi
cials at tho Waldorf thaiothcr night
wero discussing sovcrnt of Mr. In
gall's utterances in respect to tho
prosperity of tho country when ono
of tnem snld'
"The brightest thing I ever heard
along tho lino from Mr Ingalls was
his reply to a reporter who asked his
opinion of the situation. 'My boy,'
said Mr Insulin, 'If tills keeps nn for
another yoar we'll all bo wearing din
monds on our night gowns ' "
"Which reminds mo," Bnld anothor
official, "that I told Senator Donevv
tho snmo story and was grectod with
"'Yes, hut who will glvo us tho
night gowns?'" New York Times.
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Wm. G. Irwin & Co
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Claim Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Glffnrd.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
II. P. Baldwin President
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A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on thn mnnthlv Inarull.
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O. B. Gray. Treasurer: A. V. Gear.
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M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesilo Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
. Fort and Queen Sts.
H. HackfelcU Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Dlood Pols!
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