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BUNDAY BULUGTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., 8UNDAT. MARCH 9, IMi
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Grand Song Recital
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Mr, J. H, Amine, - Violinist
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HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MOHOAY, MARCH I01,
at 8 p.m.
Reserved Seats 61. Gntlcry SOc
Tickets tor sale nt Wall, Nichols
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of n series of
Ancient Hawaiian Ilietory adapted
for th stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Native
Hawailana. A Melodrama In two acte,
The Lady oi The Twilight
New Scenei New Costumes New Songs
A musical interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Realistic Sceneries have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
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without - boiifd, - all
home comforts. I I I
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W. Deswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
The State In which there Is tho
leaBt number of Government prisoners
Is Nevada, In which they number only
275. There are fc(J0 In Wyoming and
850 In Utah.
The Exclusion law has been the
fruitful source of much debate
throughout the States; rekindled the
smouldering embers of hatred of the
labor unions; and become the burning
field of contention for statesmen, bus
inessmen, laboring men and vaga
bonds. The Chinese people have lis
tened to all that wit and Imagination
could bring fortli against them; the
denunciations, calumnies and lien of
unprincipled politicians; and the sober
rcnsonlng of. cultured and unbiased
tnerlcans. For over six months their f
minds hae bWn lashed round and body against the employment of Asl
round this circle ot Ignoble th.'nio; atlcs, like the nntl-1'oplsh Society
they arc sickened with the mention of 'ngalnst Roman Catholics. A systems
the topic. Were the Chinese to son- Ileal boycotting would fully answer the
form to their national characteristics, purpose, and not Impossible, as many
they would Infinitely prefer to slumber' uollop It to bo. Nay, even in Hawaii
on It altogether rather tbnn "wake up
nnv tnnt-n imphnt-ltnlilti ft.nlinird ,n tltlo'tn tint Atmtrlrnn Inlmrtir limn mi tin.
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subject. Hut the dignity of their Km-, Mainland, we find several Instances ot i"-- ' uv magrnce ,o wirisicn
plro Is staked on the altar of sacilflce. Americanism cnrrled out to the letter; l''0"1, Mut th" 8!llnll- virtues ot Hun
whllo their own good name Is flung to1 and standing pio-emlnently above all fu;l- Cproper) stand out so prom
ihn tuimt. I. ii,i- r.,i, ..!,.. .,.,mto mtw.r. i. ih.. iinvri...i !,,, i,ni I Inently as to contrast glaringly with
In this emergency It becomes thcli of Public WorkB which has steadily
painful duty to speak their thoughts, ; refused to employ Asiatics. This is
to vindicate their country's honor, and the manly typo of Americanism ihnt
hnrl back the stigma of disgrace on to .one admires so much, and Interpreting
tho vlifiers of their reputation. ' Into tho writer's own thoughts those
Why should the Chinese alone ho of tho Bllvcr-tongucd orator of Ihe
tho object of special legislation West nnd the lognl luminary of our Isl
ngntnst their ndmlsslon Into AmcilcaT nnil Territory, it Is that Americanism
It Is not the desire of the writer to that fears no competition and solicits
question the rights of n sovereign pow- no aid of Congress to flgh. Its battles
er to exclude any undeslrnblu allenB on Its own Intrinsic merits. Hut the
from Its shores, for such rights are es-' American capitalists, employers and
tablisheil among the laws of nations. . farmers aro already dlsguestod wltn
Tho remedy left to the country whoso j their own laborers, nnd tolerate with
subjects are barred from entrance Is, ,cxemplniy attitude the frequent Blrlltos
naturally, retaliation. Unfortunately, i with their incidental horrors. And
once more has the Exclusion act found surely there must be n fault In the
Chlnn In Us helplessness, too distract- Principles or the Inclusion nc when
eil with he Internal troubles ItTattcnd ' theso men are united In n body at
to tho injustice of foreign laws enacted Congress In one great endeavor to (io
igntnst her citizens. It is now awake mollsh tho barrier of stable, reliable
Iroh her sleep of ages and realize the i and efficient labor,
truth of her unbounded capabilities. It ' Freedom for Chinese,
might perforce tend to diminish thoj Ag a plall8lI,i0 CXCU1(,. nganst lll0
ardor of the supporters ot the deary I immigration of Chinese, .(. has been
Iniquity ot Exclusion Law.
Somehow the Iniquity of that law
strikes home to every thinking Chi
nese when he beholds his vast country
open freely to all Americans nnd
American enterprises. And Americans I
aro yearly pouring In by hundreds In-1
to the Flowery Kingdom; for Yankee I
instinct Is not slow to grasp the tact
that China will be the Eldorado of the
future; the center of Eastern com
mcrce; the market for American pro
ductlons and manufacture b, and Amer
ican schemes; and culminating In the
final drama the future Held of Morgan-
Ibid, (Plerpout). On the other hand
admission to America is rigidly closed ' tlce of hard economy? Surely ther Is
against Chinese comers. Een their ! something sublime about such acts of
privileged classes can only enter under' filial piety, so rarely Been among chtl
drastic measures, photographed like i lied countries. After all thnlr scanty
criminals and fettered with restric-1 plttanco Is but a wheat In a bushel as
tlons, that are nn Ignomy to this en- j compared to tho huge fortunes yearly
lightened century and a tarnish upon Pt hy Americans In tho cities and
tho roolutlonary principles. "Liberty,
Fraternity and Equnllty."
The Chinese are singled out from
among the nations of the globe as bar
barians and undesirable Inhabitants
for the association of the American ! tho gift which will always perpetuato
people. Hut the powerful Government ' the name of mat multl-mllllonnlre. An
of the Hlslng Sun is sending out ship-1 drew Carnegie, on the records of phll
loads of her citizens to Amerlcn, find-. nnthropy. by tho endowment and ex
Ing their way Into every branch of ( tension or the Edinburgh university.
American Industry; beating down In Pasture for Europeans,
wages Amrelcan skilled and unskilled , European aristocracy will always
labor, even tho Chinese; and bringing view America with complacence as tho
home their acquire!! learning and nrt; , pasturu rich and green from which
and knocking down (he prices to replenlsu their squandered fortunes
of American manufactures In the East- by annexing her money-weighted dam
em markets. And there Is hardly a! sets, who pamper after empty bubbles
word of murmer against this class ofiof titles, not found within the clrclo
Asiatics. It may be that Japan has an ' of their republican community. The
army and navy, the envy of many Eu-1 unfairness ot this complaint Is not
ropean states. America Is a land freo
to the heathens! Free, Indeed. Even
the bloodthirsty anarchists can enter
with impunity and Czolgosz shot the
ruler of America, exulting with Hind-
, . , , j '
isn glee anu louay nis immuriui uveq i
of blackguardism is held up as a tranB-l
cendent model for the followers of I,u-1
rien Young. I
Memorable War Cries.
The Iniquity comes out still stronger
when one recalls the last campaign,
thu memorable war cry that resounded
throughout the Western States with1
heated passion, "America for tnej
Americans," which was endorsed later,
by the Australians with fanatical zeal,
"Australia for the Australians;" but
when the Chinese re-echoed that sen-'
tlment in the last Hoxer movement,
"China for the Chinese," then at once
thu allied powers roso up and by un '
oxampled butchery and massacres,
crushed out tho ringing, patriotic uoto
of defiance. Hut the clarion of the
dead has reverberated its note deep
down In the hearts of the living, and
If Sir Itobert Hart's prophetic wnrn-l
lags come true. In fifty years' timo
fifty millions of Chinese Doners will
smoke the calumet of triumph over
piaces little dreamt ot today. In that,
dreadful crisis there flashed out from
America Into the powder smoked i
clouds of Peking, this message, "Open j
door," while Immelately there loomed ,
up from tho land of the Stars and
Stripes n sign board with taese strange ,
Incongruous words "Open door to nil1
The strongest nrgum.nt against tho
coming in of the Chinese has been
"the Chlneso coolies are robbing the
white mau of his bread. ' If ever thcro
was u fallacy of reasoning this Is one.
Who offered tho tempting baits of
I higher wages to the Chlneso coollo?
ON THE EXCLUSION ACT
AN ISLAND-CHINESE BOY
Capitalists Demand Chinese. ) tracks of America's sinews of com
Who witnessed tho starling Amcrl jmerce? Did he not go uown into the
can laborers and calmly called In the mines and bring forth tho minerals of
Chinese coolies Into his employment? nature which have given lllc and vigor
It was the American capitalist and cm- to San Francisco and other cities ot
plover. The Chinese coolies used no note on the 1'aclflc Bide? Did he not
might or force- and It would be unna-1 work on tho barren soils of the West
tural to expect they should not accept em States and turn them Into smiling
tho offer to better tholr financial post
lions because there was a public ten
sure ngalnst tnls prosperity. If i..c
American capitalists hare a genuine
regard for the happiness ot their
countrymen, let them unite in one
where Asiatics are more threatening!
Jreqently put forth as an argument that
the Chinese do not spend their earn
ings in America, nnd henco the coun
try has suffered pecuniary losses
thereby. This specimen of logic Is un
worthy ofany Icgal-mlndcd Americans.
Are not the Chinese sojourners In tho
lai'l of liberty, free to use and spend
their humble galnB as they please, pro-
tided they do not, In the enjoyment
thereof, encroach upon tho rights of
their neighbors? Why should there
be a grudge ngalnst the Chinese be.
canse they carry home anit lay at tho
fret of their poverty-stricken parents
J the fruits of their labor, won by the
sweat of their brows and by the prac
capitals of Europe, satisfying their pry
Ing curiosity and enjoying the solid
comforts of European luxuries. It is
but a few months ago when the world
was staggered with the magnitude nf
generous because for every dollar the
Chinese coolie takes away with him
he leaves behind a thousand or more,
nightly does ho deserve every dollar
ho earns. Did ho not bore the tunnels,
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fields of orchards and vineyards? Last
ly, did he not bear tho kicks and oatns
of his American employer with meek
obedience and philosophical endur
ance? Surely the scale s of Justice
would Indeed be out of order If the
Chin ese coolie were not entitled, In
nn American's lew, to the free use of
his legitimate meager salngs.
Moral Side of Exclusion,
Now comes the moral side of the Ex
clusion law. The Immorality of the
Chlnn town of San Francisco Iibb been
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thu hideous proportions of pagan Im-
moiallty. It Is well known that San
Francisco Is a duplicated I'arls. There
fire ns many, If not more, houses ot
vlcu ns are to bo found within the par
row IlmltB of Chinatown. There nre
oxen degredatlons Indulged In Chris
linn quarters trat nre obnoxious to
the Celestial minds. Apart from Uls
comparison, are the Chinese there ac
corded such a benevolent treatment as
lend to lift them up frouf'tholr lowly
eitnle to a higher sphem ol selMnde
pcndince. a nobler standard ol Chris
tlan morality. Hut the general deport
ment toward tne Chinese Is not such
as emanates from the fountain of
Christian cnnrlly. I.lttlo wonder Is
there that the Chinese coollo slinks
nwny from the sight of nn Amerlcna
for -In his mind he regards him ns the
embodiment ot injustice and oppres
sion. Hut give the Chinese n kinder
trcntment nnd ho will not fall to n
spnnd to It morally and soclnlly
Some jears ago a well known Call
forulau excluslonlst enme Into e
Hawaiian Chinese Hureaii and said to
the officer presiding. "You have al
together n better class of Chinese n
these Islands. Islt because they come
rrom dlfterelnt parts of China." And
tho officer replied, "No, sir, these
are the same class of Chinese that
came from the same province of China
and migrated Into America, but here
In Haw-all. we treat them equally Ime
any other men. and in consequenco we
have a more Intelligent and moral Chi
nese community thnn can be round
anywhere elso in Amerlcn." This Is nn
example worthy to bo Inculcated In tho
hearts of every true Christian ror when
!ii trumpet of .Michael resounds to
the ends of the earth for the last Judg
ment, all men, whether black or yel
low or whltelshall tanJ on equ.il footing
before His awe-inspired Preience respect
ing no colour or race.
A. U Alll.O.
Honolulu, March 8, 1002,
Saturilny. March X.
Stmr. I.ehiu, from Maul undllolokil
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, noni windward
Stmr. Nllhau, from kaual porta.
Saturday, March S.
Stmr. Helene, for Ilnwnll nnd Ainu'
Stmr. Nllhau, for Kuuul ports.
"Doctor," said the Inveterate smok
er, "don't, lor goodness snke, tell me
that the use of tobacco shortens a
man's days, because " ,
"Hut It does," Interrupted "the doc
tor. "I tried to stop smoking once,
and the days seemed Interminable."
Sawdust, combined with certain
chemicals, makes excellent flooring.
Thp combination Is the secret of a
German chemist. This flooring Is firm,
smooth and fireproof. Its chief advan-
tfllTii linalili Ita rliuannuaa lli.u In ,1...
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fact that It Is Impervious to sound,
DO YOU REALIZE
That when you buy a HANAN SHOE that you get exception
at value? That you are not experimenting, but buying an
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good shoe-making Is well known?
Then why experiment with doubtful, uncertain shoes
when yfiu can buy a HANAN?
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-rft '40 rnw
McIfNERJVY BLOCK. PORT ST.
MI Flo Ltill
Bread and Water Tells
On a Clever Soldier
SUCCUMBED TO WEAKNESS
BEHIND TOE SCENES
Warriors From the Warren Give a
Grand Minstrel Show at the
A large and expectant crowd rllle.l,
the Orpheum Inst night to enjoy an
amateur performance arrange! and
ghen by members of the Se.oii-l liat
tallon of the Fifteenth United States
infantry, men who arcnt present unex
pectedly detained In Honolulu on ac
count of nn accident to th" propeller
of the Warren, the trnniport Ahlrb
(.onejeil them to .bli. port from KM!
l.'mtiHui'fV nml whlph. nn TllCht'&v. if
all goes as planned, 'vlll take them no'
tu Manila. ' j
Ihe entertainment was advertise 1 ,s
a grand minstrel performance TI10
trliistrel portion of the fun led off and
wai followed by a number of clever
Hunts, vocal, Instrumental and othtr
The crowd was not disappointed.
Merriment reigned huprcnu and each
cli-u-r sally nnd bit of nctln was loud-1
ly welcomed and tho variety artists
were invariably encored. Tho crowd
was a rcprcscntatUc one and :i happy'
one. The gallery was to a large extent
taVcn up by koldlers who came to In-j
tp'.iu their uctor frlendi to tb-ir best
efforts by sincere applaus? and loud
Interlocutor Krancis Mcfllnnls was
In the right place and knew his lmsl-1
ness. Soldiers In the audlcme turned
to their Honolulu acquaintances and
explained with prldo that MrGlnulsl
was the wit of the battalion. If Mc-I
Ulnnls Is the wit, James II. rtnfferty. '
John Heron, Thomas E. lllrkey and!
Garrett Van I'elt nre very close tec
onds. They Wde the people liugh long
and heartily and thnt was what lii'-y
wile theic for.
Alter the opening chorus by the en
tire company, Daniel It, McAniney put'
In "One Little Word" with good iffcrt
and a i harming voice, (larrett Van
I'elt, in an end song, toe: how nricb he
lined his "l,u," which was .1 grot deal
if his .force of delhery was nrty Indira-'
tion James V. Shelly follow.' with'
"Mandy l.ee," after which J, Heren gef
In nn end song, wherein "Honey" Is in-1
terrogated as to whether she "liibi" li
"Sing Mb a Song of the South " icn-i
dered by K. 1'. McGlnnis, took well. A
song and dance by T, E. Illcksy was fill
right according to the verdlrt nf the
audience Then James II Itacry (old I
what would happen "If Tiny Only
Fought With Iturnrs in the War "
The second part of the program
opened with Skelly and McGlnnis as
Irish comedians. Skelly wore I be reg
ulation red whiskers, rapacious trous
ers, eloquent walking stick and broid
Ed C. Lnch took the -enter of tho
stage with n harmonica, with which ho
produced eerj thing from "O, l'omliie
Me" to rag-time, throwing In n warble
and h tremble at appropriate pilnts.
which proied an lmmcn success. He
had a way of fanning the music as It
escaped the Instrument vith his other
wise dlrengagcd hand that produced
the tcar-sturtlng and nervc-tingllug ef
Clubs were trumps when Wllbert
Yoss stepped before the lncindescents.
He swung theso articles ilko a piotis
rlonal and was loudly applauded.
Kancls A. McOlnnls sang in a pa
thetic uruia A", l did It wdl. l;.'.ukl
McGowau followed on tno boritontal
bar, showing much knowledge, of the
Thomas B. Hlckey Interfered at this
point. Ho delivered a lecture-sermon
on goats, free trade and protection,
children and various othe things, ere
cting roars ot laughter.
Little did the applauding crowd real
ize the tragedy back of Hlckcy'j bright
For violating some technical rtilo of
the army Hlckey was recently sentenc
ed to fourteen days In the guardhouse
on a diet ot bread and water Ho had,
already served seven days of his sen
tence and was only given his liberty
last night on account of his Ulcnts and
the fun they fumlsh an audience.
Hlckey was naturally weak a3 a re
sult of his week's bread and water diet
and fainted behind tho scenes, aa soon
as he had done his turn. He baa yet
hewn days In which to abstain from
bedstead and pie. He did his part with
telling effect, earning round on round
or npplause and then ho fainted.
llcnuawny and McAnaney presented
a refined sketch In operatic Btyle.
Thomas Clancy, who was a bookkeeper
before he entered the army, did somo,
balancing feats that were wonders.
Hafferty and Heron, song and danca
nrtists, rame next, creating more
The show concluded with a rattling
farce, wherein the entire company hod
n chance to exhibit their singing, danc
ing and cake-walking powers.
The management consisted of the fol
lowing: Edward A. Keller, manager;"
John Heron, assistant manager; Gar
ret Van I'elt, treasurer; F, P, McGln
Tho stage was under the direction ol
Tas. II. Rafferty and Thomas E. Hick
NEW FAD OF WOMEN.
New York phslclans have confessed
to a serious alarm In connection with a
new habit adopted by fasfaUnable wo,
The motive Is the Improvcbent ot
the complexion, and the means adopt
ed Is camphor eating. The number ol
enmphor enters among well-to-do
classes In this and other cities would,
It Is said, cause- u sensation if known.
Of course the practice Is carried on se
cretly as far as possible.
The Idea seems to prevail that thlt
gum, taken In small and regular doses,
gives a peculiar clear creamlncsa oi
complexion, nnd scores ot young wo
men buy It for this purpose. The habit
Is, moreoer, very difficult to cast oft
for camphor produces a mild form of
exhilaration and stupefaction; and lb
ninny Instances, where very large
doses hne been swallowed, the habit
Iisb become a sort of slavery.
Camphor-esters all have a dreamy,
dated and very listless air, and In most
of them there Is an ever present long
ing to sleep, or, at Jeast. to rest. Ex
treme weakness generally follows the
taking of regular doses; and cases
hnvp been seen where It has been al
most difficult to tell tho effects from
those of alcohol. As to tho complexion
If a ghnstlyfiallor be an Improvement,
camphor certainly produces it.
Hired Girl Now. you go right away
this minute. -
Trump 1'leaBC mum
Hired Girl do away, I tell you.
Clear nut pow or I'll I'll give yau a
piece or mince plo that the young
missus made herself.
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