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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1802.
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MARCH 17 1902
.Here "s to Ireland and the Irish.
As a mattr of fact It Is the "friends"
alone who nre worrjlng over this call
It Is all a mistake, nepotism will not
accomn.in) the Coventor. Discretion
the hetltr part ut valor
There Is one sure waj to rfct u good
Job In New York. First get a Cabinet
position at Washington.
It Is n good thing Nephew Dole Is to
uuompnny the Governor. Nepotism as
nearly alwnvs accomianled the ollldiil
The Washington Star holds thr no.
table position of being the official or
gan of A. S. Hartwell. known to his
tory as "Neutrality" Hartwell.
If business Interests hae an desire
or hope of earning the fall flections,
they will not endorse tile psesent Ter
ritorial policy toward the eledoiile
The fact that Thurston could not
lime prepared a decision In the time
taken b the Circuit Judges is no ill
terlon ou which to reckon working ca
pacity. The man who thought he had dis
covered a sea serpent early St. PaU
rlck'g day might lie fh a fair way to
see all kinds of things before the day
Drygoods Clerk May 1 have n
month's holiday, Mr. laicchouseT
Storet Manager What for?
Clerk Presldeut Roosevelt wants tu
bee me at Washington.
Miss Roosevelt has found that Just
because she is the President's daugh
ter she can't go to King Edward's cor
onation. There arc some draw backs In
en a home In the White House.
Governor Dole wjll have an oppor
tunity to tell why, when the Treasurj
is so low that money Is not to be had
for road icpalr. Land Commissioner
lloyd was sent tu Washington at public
Now It comes out that Germany
wants a coating station In Venezuela.
Prince Henry's visit is not alone tor
the launching of juchts and seeing tnu
sights. It Is not likely, however, that
. he will realize on the coaling station
"The Governorship came to him un
sought." This statement of an olllflci
organ regarding Mr. Dole's appoint
ment Is absolutely without truth. lu
utter falsity Is proved by statimntii
made by Ccoige R .Cartel, now in
It Is highly amusing to watch the
efforts of otllclal organs to make It
appear that Governor Dole's opponents
are worrlng abojt bis trip to Wash
ington. Go on Governor, muy jour trip
be a pleasant one, undlstuibed by
dreams of Little' ptesence or Parker'
The Advertiser's suggestion that Na
tional Committeeman Parker accom
pany Governor Dale tu Washington la
very appropriate. Mr. I'aiker in the
tepresentatlve of the Republican p.utv
In this Territory and while the CJovr
uor may be able to evpound Miu'jrliM
Parkers knows the fails,
The whole storm swept district of
Hawaii needs money, but there U no
uione) to give and the Govet nor is de
termined not to get It from a Hpeciul
besslon of the Legislature. As thu Guv -
ci nor is going away, the oppoitmiltv
agam oners lor ine Acttngi.oveinoi
to make himself famous.
It appears that Prince Henry wai
treated to an exhibition of the maul)
art by cadets ut Annaiolls mid the
Prince summoned the defeated con
testant to offer congratulations. On
this basis. It is difficult to determine
whether tho Prince's sympathies uu
with Tillman, McLaurln oi the United
Hoer delegates me said to have li'tu
plainly told bj Washington authori
ties that the Vnlted States will take no
part In the South African war. Intel
ference with Ilritlsh or any other na
tion's affairs Is not In the American
line, but the American people are gen
erally In" sympathy with the Iluer
Gen. Hartwell It Is said has access
to the columns of the Washington Star
and that paper has almost dally devot
ed columns of editorial and news space
to the laudation of Governor Dole and
the disparagement of all who do not
think that Dole Is the sum total of all
that Is deslrablo In a governmental
officer. Washington correspondent of
It Is evident that Mr Carter, whllo
worthy to be summoned In a council of
conference, will not prove a rcllabla
solo adviser upon Hawaiian affairs.
His prejudices, possibly his own ambi
tions, prevent htm from being entirely
acceptable as tho Warwick of the sltua
Hon. Washington Star.
It Is appai cnt from these statements
that George R. Carter has not thus far
proved himself the pliable political tool
which Hartwell hoped to find him
hence Hartwell's mouthpiece, the
Washington Star, considers it ncces
sary to throw n few brickbats and
place Carter in the tumoral class of
Job chasers whom It claims are the only
citizens of Hawaii who want n change
In the Governorship.
This Is highly amusing and again
points the unfailing moral of the poli
tical activities of Mr. Dole's so-calrod
I friends, The moment any man, though
he be one of the family, deviates from
the strict censorship of the dictators
immediate preparations are made to
discredit htm by Imputing ambitious
motives or dcslro for a Job. Previous
to his ileparttiie from Honolulu Mr
Carter said of Dole faction dictation,
"Thry don't know what I am going tu
do, and 1 don't know mv'clf what I
am going to do." It appears that at
least the immortal Hartwell hus not
found out to hit full satisfaction what
Carter is going to do.
Hut what of this man Hartwell who
Is conducting the campaign for Mr.
Dole through newspaper rorrespon
dence or comment which extols the
Governor and heaps disparagement
upon Mr. Dale's opponents. The en
thuslnstlc representation of the Gov
ernor's good qualities by his friends
Is to be expected, but when Advocate
Hartwell takes it upon himself to mis
represent the Governors opponents, It
Is highly proper that the political char
acter of this man Hartwell be recalled
Mr. Hartwell clnlniB to be so thor
oughly filled up with Americanism that
he has dimculty In containing himself.
The number of horses"shot from under
him In the Civil War have often been
recorded In local pages of history. Dur
ing the uttemptcd revolution of 1S95,
Hartwell thought his life was In dan
ger, though no one else shared his hys
The true test of A. S. Hartwell's Am
erican lojnlty ctimc during the war
with Spain, when It became neressary
to decide between a cowardly declara
tion of neutrality and the refusal of
Hawaii's harbors to ships of the dik
ed States navy, or ayouniKcoiia deter
mination to stand or fall with the Am
When this test came whero was
He was openly advocating the cow
ardly declaration of neutrality. He
was then as now, the close friend of
Mr. Dole. He preached neutrality in
the public prints and urged It upon
nflU'lals. Under Hartwell's hypnotic
power Dole himself hesitated not
knowing whatito do. though there was
but one lo)al American course. The
flnnl ileclnrntlnn liirnliiRt Hurtw ell's
neutrullt) Advice was made In spite of
Hartwell's urgent endeavor for the
adoption of the cowardly court-e. Hart
well wanted to refuse the privileges of
Hawaii' ports to Amoiliau ships of.
war. He would have had in Ameri
can warship stationed here ordered to
That Is Hie kind of Americanism l
fied S Hartwell stands for An enemy
to his country In thn time of a crisis
he now uses his Inlliienic to continue a
local administration that has failed in
the fulfillment of n single Ameilcati
ideal He endeavors to make light of
the administration failures, by mlsrep
lesentlng the motives of those loyal
citizens who ask nothing ir.cite or lew.
than an American administration In
tnis American Territory.
Carter may nut be competent to
speak on Hawaiian uffnlrs, but with nil
his faults Carter Is more deserving ol
consideration than Hartwell.
It Is safe to say that none of the
voting men Interested in polo Intcn
tlonall) subject their mounts to cruel
ly A fractious horse nnd iletei initia
tion to win at all hazards may lead to
thoughtless action. Tho Incidents of
Satmday ought not to bo viewed too
harshly though It will be well fur the
polo dubs to bar spurs hereafter.
The Advertiser comment on tho
Giaiul Juiy leport sa)S the tenement
houses the Advertiser has designated
as Geunllle have been closed. This Is
i.n absolute fabrlcntlon known to none
better than the Advertiser outfit. The
(act lb that the Advertiser hue and cry
evfi "Ocaivllle" was u lie fiont stall
to llnhli .
IIU.MAMI'Y AND POLO.
Editor Evening Bulletin -I wen!
over to the polo last Satuuluy aftei
noon y 1 1 Ii the Intention of enjojlug
ll,o'dnv was beuutlul anil the
Vi tin ill of vcuplu'vieie In their guyest
attlie. Thf dllfeieut teams weio most
ndvuiiliiginiicly dlspiujed and only one
Incident nun red mi otherwise delight
I had been accustomed to polo In nil
Ifh pluiH-4 iind spin ring 1 knew to !w
conslcleied a necessaiy adjunct In soiae
caes bj Anieilrnn ildeis In Snglan I
spin ling Is absolutely ubollsheu but
uu one need tell ue that the ho. rlbli
condition In which one of the poor polo
ponies found heisclf lu the (list quar
ter was In the least necessary. One
side of the pony "Minnie" by name,
and ridden by Robert Shingle was ono
masH of blood, nnd the pony's mouth
on either side ran a bluody btream.
A Spanish bit was used, and a more
revolting spectaclo could not well be
Imagined, and many were the exclama
tions of disgust flora the spectatois.
One girl was heard to exclaim, "That
cannot possibly be blood, It must be red
paint, for no man would so cruelly
misuse his pony," and several left tho
I had been accustomed to see polo
plaved in a gentlemanly manner, and
that exhibition of brutality better fitted
in the arena of a bull right was not
what Is understood as sport by true
polo lovers. The other gentlemen did
not abuse their pontes. Take Charlie
Dole for Instance, although his riding
was fast and furious he did not leave a
perceptible mark upon his pony, ano
Walter Dillingham notwithstanding
the disadvantage of riding a Jumping
pony was most courageously decent in
every particular, And so It was with nil
the other riders without exception.
Hut It fell to Mr. Robert Shingle to
make tho sport absolutely revolting.
If the person in question cannot con
trol himself any licttc thnn to exhibit
himself ns he did on Saturday after
noon he had better stay nt home, or,
If allowed to wander about a keeper
should be placed over him.
How can wn score the Ignorant Chi
ncse or Japanese If brutality like this
Is passed over without n question'' As
a well known citizen was heard to re
mark, "If Shingle were a Chinaman
or -a car driver he would be put off the
field." And 1 think that remark speaks
Honolulu, Mnrch 17 ISO.'
LARGE PORTION OF iMEN
COULD NOT CAST VOTES
Will Wait For Regular Election Be
fore Entering Field-Special
Election Has No
At the meeting of tho 1 rndrs nnd
Labor Council held on Friday night of
last week It was decided that this or
ganization docs not favor n special
election mid will not side with any
party In such uu election. Delegates
from the different organizations, tho
Painters', Pi inters' Plunders'. Electric
Workers', Moulders', Uollermakcrs',
Cnrpenteis', Sheet Metal Workers'.
Hlacksmlths' and Carbullders' Unions,
presented their repot ts, wlltch were
almost unanimously against a special
election. The renson for this is to bo
found in part lu the fact that ns no
new leglstrntlon will bo held for the
special election, only those who voted
Inst election nro entitled to vote As
most of tho union men In this city
have not been here so long, about two
thltds of tnem would ho unnblo to
vot.0 nt the special election. As a con
sequence, this organization does not
wish to enter into a campaign wh?rs
It would be crippled by such condi
tions. The proposition of nominating a can
didate ami having him endorsed by the
Home Rule Republican party ,nnd that
of electing a member to (111 a vacancy
In the Fourth District Republican Com
mittee were both discussed, but neith
er met with much favor.
Apart finm ikjIHIcs, tho council de
cided that tho delegates from tho dif
ferent unions Should he Instructed to
tell the members of their respective
unions that they, en seeing skilled
win K performed by Asiatic labor, nt
any plnre lu this city, Immediately re
port to their delegate who. In his turn,
will report at the meetings of the
Trades and Lnlioi Council. The object
of this plnii Is to let all laboring men
belonging tu these unions know Just
what men employ white mid what men
employ Oriental labor
While tlieio will not be any boycot
ting done, If It is found out that Bomo
Meicliant. foi Instance, emplos Ori
ental lahcii lor skilled work, such a
coin -u will bo bound to develop a
tendency nmonj the laboring men (o
ileal only with such merchants as
stand bj the white labelling man.
Rcferilng again to the Fourth DIs
ti let matter. It mlgut he stated that
the laboring men. before they found
that they would he hampered by tho
fact or a largo number of their men
not being able to voto at tho special
election, weie most anxious to affiliate
with some nulltlcal nartv heio. Ad
vnnces were made to tho Republican
part) and somo of thoso highest up In
the councils of the laboring men wcro
In favor of having a representative on
the rouilh District Committee.
A Utile later on It was learned that
the Home Rule party had mado over
tures to the labor men accompanied
by the promlsu that, should the latter
put up a good mnn the natives would
nil vote for him, Thus did it develop
mat tne lalior men nail their Irons In
two flies and tho present determina
tion to refrain fiom any action what
ever In the coming special election,
lakes them out or a very uncomfort
able position mid gives them a breath
lug npi II to further study tho situation,
Manchester, N. II., claims to be the
most polite place In America. Not
long ngo a disastrous lire broke out In
the building where thu Hoard of Trade
holds Its sessions. Seeing tho struc
ture In (lames. Miss Theodora Richard
sun entered the chamber In which the
leading business men of tho town were
assembled, and in entirely respectful
nnd Indyiiho tones said, "Gentlemen,
please excuse me for interrupting, but
the entire norm side of this building
Is ou flro." Upon this circumstance
Manchester bases Its claim for pre
eminence In th mattor of politeness,
und wo are compelled to ndmt that
piobabiy no lady In tho land could
havo broken tho nows more politely
than MUs Richardson did. If there Is
a pel son in all Christendom who could
lieur a flro engine going past without
at least rushing to the window, Miss
Richardson undoubtedly is tho one,
Tlii'ie is but a single flaw fliat wo can
find In tho coniluc t of Miss Theodora
upon tho occasion thnt Is destined to
be conspicuous In the annals of Man
chester She might have sent tier card
in before nppearing among tho gentle
men and Interrupting their delibera
tions Chicago Record Herald.
Minister Mttle boy, do you use to
bacco? Rmnll Hoy Sure thing, mis
ter, but I'm soiry I can't give you a
chow ; I'm all out." Chelsea Qaiette.
Special Bargain Sale of
Pacific Hardware Go.
Odds and Ends ot Brands not now carried
In stock to be closed out at a sacrifice.
A chance to buy pure paints to cover the
wear and tear on your buildings, it u
Come early and select your colors and
quantities. i ti it
Pacific Hardware Co.
IMPORTERS AND JOBRERS
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
IS5 Merchant St.. next to Stanjjenwnld Building.
All the Year Round
W erow annunilr ticwrlr a
v : i
Ihruftutiil VftrlelHft. AmniiiMhtiHtHrvNonir traltr trivia tirirtlrt
h rom Hit we Imt m iDMtlf u mvIk
beauty or color, furmiuiithiinliavM
16 D. & C.
Tbrt nmt will hlooui
throughout tho m-maoh
uiftr iruNrir iKif mi i(Dii(
wwu iwi-not niiii. -win
Mtiiwii Bint miv trivi Biiftninirrn univra iMMiKra hi
unytiuv and rorHanitflpttb (ifoptr plaiiUuft teuton, or
when you way til reel
I'lII- f Ilk I A. Inrlh thai Its (H,l lnu atl.ua
alamantwrbtl, i fihi
J ni ei B' 1 1 w 1 sill
ufiMtii 1 nrui annual i
r intuf rn in 1 ' mnrr
fiivairr; i r m ui run
I -! " It
I llUh- mao
JUDGE ESTEE PROMULGATES
AN AMENDED RULE
Procedure in Discbarge and Com
positionCreditors to Receive
Due Notice of All
Judge Kutec this morning promulgat
ed an amendment of No, 11 of 'thn
llankruptcy Rules In the Federal
Rule No. 11 Discharge and Composi
tion. Application for the discharge of u
bankrupt shall be filed with the clerk
of the court, who will thereupon fix
a day for the hearing before the Judge, I
which may be updn'.pny Monday at!
10. o'clock a. in., and gfvo the requisite!
notices thereof to all creditors or other!
persons interested, and two days prior)
to the return day the cleik BlmlU file I
due proof of tho service of such no
tices. Applications for conflrmqtlon of n
taiupoltlou duly verified shall be filed
In tne first Instance with the referco
In charge of the case, who will there
upon fix a day for the hearing before
tle Judge which may be upon any
Monday at 10 o'clock a. m and give
t!io requisite notices thorcof to all
creditors or other persons Interested,
and thereafter transmit to .the clnrk
of tho court, two days prior to tho re
turn day, duo proof of tho servlco of
such notices, together with the compo
sition, On the return day, the default of all
creditors not appearing In opposition
to the dlschargo or composition shall
bo entered by the clerk. Upon duo
filing of written specifications of the
TUB it it it
IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
of vehicular construction,
million roe nUnto. In owr
(Ion u Inch nmililito I h uni ii-bL
luul.rrttl Trial Collect lout
profuwlr tbtf jTr, nd continue
All diiKrent kind, no two colnm
wen rtNiira pianu tn meir
iHfiiiiauf am atiuma. nan
ltttHW I am urn fbnth (t lot
iiwuihki nt aa iBiuMiiirr
anion rour ii-w tiMMel
,-irm nn it rw icriMi
" in frln,
renni,, r- wmi
grounds of opposition to the discharge
or Ihe composition, ho same shall, un
less otherwise, ordered by tho Court,
be relorred to tho referee In charge of
the case, to take tho pi oof and testl
mon offered by the parties and to
uscertnln and report tho facts. The
healing thereon before the referee may
he brought on by either party on four
days notice to tho other.
A Ililtlsh Columbia lawyer wus Ikiri
lng along the street, canylng under
his arm a law book In circuit binding,
when he was accosted by a self-righteous
Individual. "Ha! Mr. Illanl;, and
whero nre you going to preach today?'
"I don't preach, I practice," replied tho
lawyer. The Argonaut.
I DE t
WINES. . . i
Wa know vou will enlov ,
" theso wines, 'irhey are the very
viivicvai, uid imtu uifu. u. luu
vintage of 1895. Some of the
varieties ar6: i
We want our order.
Gomes & McTighef
Telophono Main 140. ' 1
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa U. S. A.
Nowell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano 8hreddor),New York, TJ.8.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons high-grade Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Pnrafflno Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints anil
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (n cold-water paint), la white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, .Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tito Geo. F. Dlakc Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Life Insurance Co
of Doston. '
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,Ltd
II. P. Baldwin President
J. LI. Cngtle First Vlco President
w. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pros.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
XV. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sngar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., HalUu Sugar Co., Pala Plan'
tntlon Co., XnhIKu Sugar Co., Kihcl
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Kallroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S, S. Go
Win. G. Irwin & Go
Win. G. Irwin.. President "and Manager
Claua Spreckels Vice President
V. M. Glffard.. Second Vlco President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Hosb Auditor,
Sugar Factors I
AGENTS OV THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OK SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawallan Agricultural Co. Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makce Sugar Co.Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' I.lno of San Francisco
Packets, Clias. Iircvver & Co.'s Line of
L18T OK OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President, George
Robertson, Manager; E K. Blsbop.
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col W.' K.
Allen, Auditor: P. C. Jones. H. Wa
tcrnouRo and Geo. R Carter, Directors.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO, OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
The' Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Dalolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
Hawaiian Islands.... ,
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
KAAHUMANU 3TRET. I
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Company, Chn8. T. Wnder,