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TUESDAY MARCH 23, 1902
(Pernor Dole In his Interview pub
lished In the official organ seconds
Thurston s nttaiks on the courts.
If Governor Dole Is superstitious he
inlsht seek a kahuna to determine
whether these floods arc good omens
The outlook for speed) races on the
11th of June was never brlghte- than
Is offered b the Jockey flub this
Governor Dole holds the distinction
of being able to commit more errors of
Judgment than nnj man In the Hawa
iian Islands, except It be his armor
Governor Dole accompanied by
Thurston Is about to set out on a
gunning trip more amusing than any
thing the Advertiser has ever crcii:teu
to Ulshoii Willis and Tebta Dole
claims he Is the law and the gop-l
while Willis has been a stickler fo-l.iw
and Eosptl as handed to hlm b his
The President Is quoted as saving
that he desliea lellef for onl thni
Cubans v.ho jic suffciln and v. ho
need relief, and he Is not concerned
with fattening the pookctboolts of Am
erican and Spanmii .......loi.U Ho la
reported to be willing to accept an
plan which will accomplish this re
sult, and Is not wedded -to n reduction
in the tariffs Washington Times.
President Roosevelt regards the wel
fare of tho people as pai amount. Vest
ed Interests are worth qf serious ton
Kldeintlon but can hard!) monopolize
all the executive thought under a Re
publican form of government.
GOVERNOR DOLE AND MATERIAL
Some of the honest minded men of
this Terrltorj take this view of Cover
nor Dole's administration: Prom a po
litical standpoint there Is no question
that Governor Dole has been n failure
ami ought to resign, but a change at
this time might seriously affect the
material Interests of tho Terrltorj
hence It Is better to get along as at
This view of the situation Is worthy
of consideration but even its ex
ponents must confess that the argu
ment possesses no point of strength
How material Interests can be con
served by tho political chaos now
existing and for which It Is admitted
that Governor Dole Is In a large meas
ure responsible, Is a question that has
jet to be answered. Mr. Dole's friends
may reply that he Is not In a largo
measure responsible, but they must
confess tacit admission that he Is
when they say that politically his
bdmlnlstratton has been a failure and
the necessity for a chaneg Is a self
Material Interests, of any Terrltorj',
State or .nation never were and never
will be best served by political chaos
such as exists In this Territory today,
and which It Is admitted even by his
accepted friends will continue, as long
as Governor Dole remains In office. An
administration of this Territory on
practical and harmonious political
lines will do more to advance our ma
terlal Interests than any Act of Con
Kress, the European conference or tho
President of the United States Bus!
ness men of this Territory cannot be
blind to the fact that political harmony
and political stability are the first
lequlsltes of prosperity for material
Interests The facts of history are sa
patent that it is Impossible to refute
fly annexation Hawaii obtained
commercial and political stabllty so
far as our relations with other coun
tries are concerned To complete tho
full measure of the benefits naturally
consequent to our position as part and
punei ui luc uuucu aiMiro, nc must
have political stability In our own
local affairs. This has not been
realized Even Mr Doles friends do
not express the belief that under his
administration It will come to pass
Cleorgc R. Carter In his Washington In
terview has said that there Is little
prospect of success for the Republican
party at the election next fall. This to
nil Intents and purposes means a
lepctltlon of tho history of the last
Legislature Tho popular body antago
nistic, the Governor stubborn and
theieby arousing the Legislature to
more bitter warfare.
That such a state of affairs augurs
well for the material Interests of thU
Territory Is Impossible. Mr. Dole's
friends know this all too well Material
Interests prosper when political con
tentment rules Material Interests
stagger when political chaos reigns.
It Is Idle for Mr Dole, his friends
or nnjone else to claim that the man
Is not to be found In this Territory
who can harmonize the sharp political
differences, who can lead and yet re
strain, who can listen to popular de
mand and appreciate the honesty
which directs the appeal, who can deal
with American citizens at all times In
the fair thoughtful open handed man
tier which characterizes the conduct ol
cery successful American official.
Such a man would serve not only tin
material Interests He would adance
ccry Interest that makes for content
ment and prosperity. The names of
men capable of fulfilling this duty arc
now beforo the President of the Unit
ed States President Roosevelt Is a
man of notion Ho seeks no war with
the people. He Is not blind to the fact
that tho success of the Republican
party at the polls whether In the Ter
rltor or the Nation Is a synonym for
prosperity and political peace. He
knows that chaos docs not promott
material Interests or serve any good
purpose of popular government.
District Attorney Jerome, one of
the most notable public men of the
day spoke as follows to a gathering of
leading men of New York" "Gentle
men, when jou see the entire newspa
per press of New York abusing one
of the most time honored factors of our
sjstem 1 refer to tho grand Jury
because, forsooth, tho gentlemen who
compose that body could not, under the
solemn oaths which they had taken,
consent to say that a certain proposi
tion was true, then I say It Is time for
thoughtful and Intelligent men, such
as sit here, to stop and consider beforo
they permit themselves to Join In this
public ilamor" Hawaii has been
treated to Just such attacks upon the
grand Jurj and that from the offi
cial organs of the Territorial adminis
tration. The attack has gone further
and aimed to destroy the Integrity of
the courts, Jerome said at this same
gathering that anarchy Itself is on a
higher plane than this method of news,
After all, ex-Governor Hogg ol
Texas, was not presented to King Ed
ward. The Oil King, who has roundly
berated plutocrats, autocrats, million
aires and such Ilk. and whose lands
nre belching forth their hundreds ol
thousands of gallons of the oil of com
mcrcc succumbed at the sight of silk
stockings. The giant of the great
plains of Texas could not conceive that
silk stockings were ever built for the
limb of man, and that man a Hogg.
And when the buckled shoes, kneu
breeches and braided coat of courtl)
etiquette were spread upon the cover
let of the ex-Governor's four-posted
Drltlsh bedstead, the blush of shame
mantled his cheek of modesty, he hied
himself to Ambassador Choatc and
promptly declared the date was off
Again the thoroughly malicious
spirit of Thurston In his attacks
upon the courts of Justice is In evi
dence. His paper publishes a list of
cases brought before the First Circuit
Court, the purpose and Intent of this
publication Is to create the Impression
that the Judges of that court and par
ticularly Judge OeaV aro In league
with criminals. It Is to be hoped that
Thurston will present this list to At
torney General Knox, because when
put side b) side with the facts It proves
beyond the question of a doubt that
L. A. Thurston through the paper
which ho owns stands sponsor for n
lie. And this man Thurston Is one
who passes as an ngent of "good gov
ernment" In Hawaii.
This Is the kind of weather that
makes the visiting Hllo man think that
life In the Crescent City Is like living
on dry land .
Editor Evening Bulletin Whether
the action of tho Govemoi In appoint
ing lion l'. it Isenuerg to nil the va
cancy on the Board pf Health caused
by the death of the only Hawaiian
thereon, the lato William Auld, wheth
er tho Executive action has an ulte
rior motive, or not. Is not plainly ap
parent, but it goes without saying that
It Is a doleful blunder, to say the least,
when viewed either from tho stand
pqlnt of politics or from that of regu
Why the Governor should be so
blinded to tho fact that it was cml
nently right and proper to have ap
pointed a Hawaiian to All the chair
mado vacant by a Hawaiian, can only
bo accounted foi under thu supposl
tlnu that "none aro so blind as thoso
who won't see." and whoso course of
action Is dominated by narrow pieju
Politically, It was a mistake to
placo .Mr Isenberg In position, for he
has little. If any, following. Ho was
defeated at the last election by Ha
wallans, and ho cannot bo called a
representative of thu Hawaiian people
Theie was opportunity to havo picked
n capable man from either of the
strong political bodies, men Biich aa
Hon John Cummins, Hon John Lot
Kaulukoti, either of the two Princes
David or Cupid, Carlos Long, T. J
TeBta, Enoch Johnson, or other fat
more acceptable men to the bodies pol
Itk- or to the Hawalians than Mr.
lsenberg, and who, by all meanB,
should have had representation on so
Important an organization as the
Board of Health'," whose care and du
ties are so. roarueuiy connected wun.
benefitting the whole community, and
a community which comprises a ma
Joilty of people, Hawalians, who are
devoid of representation In the coun
cils of those who have the exclusive
control of tho formulation and promul
gatlon of Important sanitary regula
Tho saintly character given tho Gov
ernor by a formerly smirched Attor
ney General does not prevent a belief
that ho Is not Infallible for his Exeo
utlvo act The matter above referred
to is a glaring error in political policy
and a very Bleat mistake. In personal
Miss Susan M Hallowell, Professor
of Botany for tho past twenty seven
years at Wclleslcy College, has ten
dered her resignation Her retire
ment withdraws from the faculty ranks
tho last member who served In the
opening year, 1875.
c have to offer arc First Quality Goods at the lowest
possible prices. We liavc lately received large ship
ments completing our lines.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, LTD.
Bethel Street Household Deportment.
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection of
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 merchant St.. next to Stnnjjenwnld Building.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Sole Agent (or the Territory ot Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
LIBERTI.NU OP THE PRB86.
The Advertiser has at length put
Its foot in It. In the matter of very
funny, but at the same time very
exasperating cartoons. While the lib-
crty of the press Bhould bo untram-
moled, so far ns honest criticism ol "i me Aoveruser lowarus juuges
the nets of public officials are coi)- Humphreys and Gear and find that the
cerncd, still In the case In point tho blackmailing scheme will be success
offender was on trial, and the pun- '" If the following things eonie to
geney of the cartoon tended to preju I'ass:
dice the jury, although the defense ol When anarchy ceases to be a crime
the Adveitiser was that the cartoon
was not aimed at the tilal then being
had, but rather at a former trial, In
which defendant had been dismissed
for a legal defect In the charge on
which he had been arraigned. The
chances arc that Yardley will, tem
porarily at least, be more circumspect
In the matter of choosing subjects for
ONU ON CIIILLINGWORTII.
There is a good joke going the
rounds In police circles Just now and It
Is on Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth It
seems that, after protecting' hlmselt
Sunday by hitting the negro fugitive
Woods In the thumb, the deputy sher
iff tnt x or,, unrrv nn.l vnlnot tn tlm
fellow, apologized most abjectly for
Rlinnllnt- him. Woods was so takpn
aback that the actually turned pale
and was about to fall over ln a dead
faint but the deput sheriff put out a
restraining hand, dashed a cupful of
water In his face and then continued
Woods Is now confined to a cell at
Oahu tall and he will remain there tin.
til his thumb Is healed. It la under-
stood that there Is a poslbility of an
amputation as the wound is a very bad
one. Upon being sent out again on the
roads or to the quarries, Woods will
have to wear a ball and chain.
Jonesboro a new village now helne
laid out at Fort I.ee, flvo miles from
Richmond, Va , Is tu bo populated by
negroes only. Tho site consists of
800 acres, cut up Into building lots, a
park, orchards, grazing lands, and
small farms for trucking.
Michigan Stoves and Ranges,
Glassware and Crockery, The
Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and
Refrigerators, Water Filters
and Coolers, Agate and Tinware
Willcox&Gibbs' New Automatic
Sewing Machines, New Ideal
Sewing Machines, Hand Sewing
Machines. :: :: :: ::
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Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of all
makes by an expert from fac
tory. Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand.
SUCCESS TO ADVERTISER.
Editor Evening Bulletin' Although
the weather has been unfavorable late
, for tak, horoBcopcs, , have suc.
ln takln ne tho Present
Policy of abuse and misrepresentation
I And honesty Is not expeited,
When vinegar turns to wine
And the Knmehameha statue Is dis
sected When truth will be unknown.
And patriotism shall be dead,
When macaroni from seeds Is grown
And feathers weigh like lead.
When the Nuuanu stream runs to
wards the mountains
And the sun rises over Honolulu at
When prlmo beer Hows fiom public
And perjury Is all right;
When sugar mills turn out salt
And Dole ets a clean shave.
When the lame no longer halt
And the red, white and blue shall no
" ll(,P "cdencc is given to liars
And 8ot no longer smudges.
when Thurston no longer aspires
To run ,he courts and Judges
w,ien a" hese thln8s "me to pass
LImburger will smell Ilko cologne,
Ploughshares will bo mado of glass
I A,"l t,ie hearts of men will be stone
Wnen thc8e things como to pos, I say!
Anarchists will shout and jell.
Tllc 'Tlscr 6ang wl" nae t,,e'r wy
And life won't be worth a whoop In
Honolulu, March 25, 1902,
Chinese coolies were first lirnnclit
Into tho United Ktntpu In lnrin, num.
hers as laborers on the Central Pacific
Railroad. After Its completion thou
sands were out of employment and
took up laundry work, becauso In Cal
Irornla towns at that tlmo there were
so few women to do such work.
Agents, Drokert and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla
delphln, Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Oane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTino Paint Co.'s P.& D. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and bolted.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Flltor Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tha Wilmnn Rtlpnr Mill Cn.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, lo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. V. Dlako Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
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J. D. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co , Haiku Sugar Co , Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co , Klhet
Plantation Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co., and
The California and Oriental S. S. Co
Wni, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard..Secpnd Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Ilonomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makeo Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
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Union Gas Engine Co.
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DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Oear, O. B. Gray,
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