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HVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T . FRIDAY, Al'IHL 2S, 1902.
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Al'IHL 23. 1002.
The Advertiser says that the Amor
lean In Hawaii Is a carpet-bagger.
President Itooseelt said to the peo
pie of South Carolina. - can claim
tur State as mlno by Inheritance no
leec than by the stronger and nobler
right which makes each foot of Amer
ican soil In a sense the property of all
Honest Americanism Knows no such
a peal to prejudice and hatred as tho
Ailxertlser seeks to stir up In the po
lltlrnl forces of this Territory.
Sisal is making a bid for .place
nmuiig the profitable Industries of this
Territory that will not long be regard
' ed with Indifference
t As a first result of Gotornor Dole's
endorsement tho (lo eminent organ
sicrts In on n campaign to niou.'
rlass hatred The le-sult speak for
The Inherent weakness of the Ad
vurtlser faction rests In Its Inability
to realize the true, meaning and Intent
of the old ndage, "Honesty Is the best
It the High Sheriff doesn't visit Kau
during his trip to Hawaii, the people the time hu was a councilman.
LAUOR PARTY Ol'l ICIAL8,
So much Is being said these days
n the necessary qualifications for
public office, tho rise of theoretical
students and the demand for men of
means who hae no occasion to bo
tempted by official grafts; so much
uiiiiecessnry worry has been voiced
oer the advancement of tho labor
party and Its ability to put "Just ordi
nary" men Into Important exceutlo
nfllcoit, that It Is Interesting and In
sltucthe to note what manner of men
the people nro selecting from tho
ranks of hard-working laborers. San
Ktnnelsro, Hartford, Conn., and
Bridgeport. Conn., nre now being gov
erned hj 'nbor maors. San Fran
cisco finds no serious fnult with Its
fiddler maor, llnrtford has yet to
lenrn what Its clerk mayor will do,
Lul there Is no panic oer his lack of
ability, while Ilrldgeporl thus far has
neer been better satisfied than with
iti stokei maor.
Mnor Dennis Muhlhlll of Bridge
port is undoubtedly the most attract
lf character of the lot. He was most
maliciously attacked during his cam
paign and was elected by the largest
ute. Mulvlhlll came to the country
a po"or Irlih Immigrant. He Is by pro
fission a stoker, a hard-fisted, Btrong
aimed, hard-working cual stoker In
the furnace looms of the Wheeler Ac
Wilson Sewing Machine Company.
Dennis Mulvlhlll was never a poll
tlclan or an agitator. He otcd and
read his newspaper, nn.l when ho
came to own property ho took an In
terest In the affairs of his city tho
i me soit of Interest that eiery tax
p.ier should take.
Finally. It occurred to some of his
friends that Dean Is would make a
good candidate for alderman. He did
I ot seel, the nomination, but he no
ci pled It. and hu was elected. When
i't got Into the council Dennis began
t' stir things up His wholo life had
hi en nloug simple lines basevl on lion
sty ami frugality, ro hu tried to steer
the nffalis of the city nccordlng to his
own compass. An honest, outspoken
man tan r.iiv trouble In almost nny
city council. People called Muhlhlll
n crank because he fought for eton
om . but he knew what ho was doing
He we'll represented the honest work
ini'iueu of his ward, and ho wns doing
ji'si what they wanted him to do. When
h- stood for le election the politicians
mpilu n desperate effort to "kill him
off" but be wns too strong for them.
"fiugged Honesty" the peoplo called
him. and they returned him to Hit
Loiincll In triumph.
He worked along with his shovel all
CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT.
Editor Evening Dultetln It Is about
time for some one to put a stop to the
weekly gatherings of tho Portuguese)
Protestant flrabblng Society which
take placo tit tho corner of Punch
bowl and O Luso streets. We look to
the police dcpaitment to do their 'duty
In Justlco to eer)onc.
These icllgloiis gatherings hae been
the cause of nil the had feelings now
existing between members of that am
bitious congregation nnd those of the
Catholic church They do nothing but
cause strlfo nnd nntagonlsm. The fre-
epient attacks made on the religious
beliefs of nil Catholics at these meet
ings and the Inconsistency of their mo
tives, cannot help but crc.tto tho exist
ing had relationship. During the last
night's performance, some unknown
person pitched a stone, no doubt di
rected nt tho official and most Insulting
of that confeicnce. Howcicr, tho lucky
btnr must have been waving over his
head, for It did not touch him, but in
stead knocked down a looker-on, a
lady who was standing near by. The
stone struck her Just nbovo tho temple.
Inflicting nn ugly wound. A doctor
was called and after his administra
tions the patient was taken home to
rest. It must hac been n pretty good
sized rock for It rendered her uncon
scious for somo time. Her mother
feeing her daughtcr's-predlcomcnt fell
back with a fit which lasted for a few
minutes. Oh, what fun there wns in
l'ortugueso town! Heal tragedy! And
may we ask, who Is to blame for this
unnecessary trouble? Wo are unani
mous In the opinion that those gather
ings are tho Instigators of all that trou
ble. They do more harm than good In
that locality. Tho general Catholic is
tired ot being called Ignorant, stupid
and blind, and something must be
done. The appearance ot cops on the
scene will not be very effective, and tho
only remedy Is to prcicnt thoso gather
ings from taking place around that lo
cality. Come, Mr. Sheriff, do your duty,
nnd gain the thanks nnd respect of all
the peace loving citizens of our city.
A PEACE MAKER.
Honolulu, April 25, '02.
a collection of
calling for him to tome will have such
n fit he will do well to postpone his
Hawaii will be well represented at
the coronation and It will not cost the
taxpayers a cent. Uncle Sam fur
ii'shes all the coin for our official rep
reientatlon this trip.
The appearance of an exclusion po
Hllon in the United States Scnnte
signed by 319 citizens of Hawaii,
t-bows that there Is at least a local
elltlerenco of opinion on tho exclusion
Perhaps the oters or Hawaii will
fe.llow the dictates of a faction which
left no malicious stone unturned In
older to defeat the appointment of
Sam Parker. And then again perhaps
.Mnnoni is scheduled for a fight In
the American courts for his rights un
der the patent law us tho Inventor ot
wireless telegraphy. Ino outcome)
will unquestionably render assistance
In the solution of tno local Marconi
of Life and Scenes
in SAMOA, HAWAII
and JAPAN by - -THEODORE
is now on exhibition at the ART
ROOMS of the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO., Ltd,, daily from 9 a, m to 4 p.m.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
When additional bonds assuro a
dividend tho stockholders niu always
reiiely to agree. On tho same basis,
bonds for Territorial work assuio con.
Hutment among tho laboring classes
who aro among tho most Important
supports of nny government.
Sales of stock aro not numerous
these da s, but tho tendency of prices
Is steadily toward n higher value. Now
plantations arc proving their dividend-
paying capacity, and it remains for
I he money to get Into the hands ol
the peoplo when prices will lecover
from former depressed figures,
Oahu College authorities placo no
restrictions on tho uso of the baseball
Kiounds with which the league cannot
easily comply. Tho McKlnley Moino
rial feature of this season's games was
a happy thought and ought to nld ma
lerlally towards securing grounds for
.ell sports by tho time tho next season
Notwithstanding It comes as an ap
peal to the lowest order of political
prejudice known to political methods,
the expressed readiness of all branch
ei of tho Republican party to' admit
the Hawalian-Amei leans to party covin
nels Is very gratifying. Thore can bo
mi half-wny measures In this program.
Tho Hawaiian-American or Ameri
can, horn or naturalized, must bo ac
corded a frco volco In party prima
ries, if he Is willing to tako tho party
pledge and declare, his Intention to
Tcito tho Republican ticket at tho gen
erul election. Tho Republican organ
Jzatlon has gained a reputntlon for po
litical hnnesty. Any attempt to shut
out voters from the primaries Is dls.
i.ot fall Into the wns ot tho small pol
Itlcian nnd tnlk politics over the bar
of the comer saloon. A man ot tnni
ily nnd of property, no mnn In Con
m client wns more eminently respect
rule than Alderman Mulvlhlll, and he
bene himself with that quiet dignity
which always conies of self-respect
Tho politicians didn't liho him and
attempted to discourage him by ridi
cule; but It is hard to laugh down a
irnn like him, and the Jibes hurled at
him nil piovcd boomcrnngs. Finally,
some ono suggested that Alderman
Mulvlhlll would mako a good mayor,
m el the idea took llko wildfire. He
was nominated, and (hero wiib u gieat
campaign. Tho politicians wore
against him. but the peoplo wore with
him. Wealthy men, who believed In
him and wished to help him, sent him
money for campaign expenses. Ho
returned their checks nnd went on
His opponents nslecd hlin why It wns
that, if ho was a man smart enough
In ho major, he had worked nt one
phce so long without promotion, nnd
tl.o stoker answered by placing his
hand upon tho shoulder of his warm
est friend, tho old engineer who had
worked with him nil those long jenis
and whose place ho would have taken
had ho been piomoted.
Mulvlhlll Is making the same sort
or a record as mayor that hu gained ns
a stoker und ns aldeinian. Ho is lion
est anil his Honesty Is not of tho nega
t've typo ictnlned by doing nothing.
He- moves foivvnrd. Though not en
jo; log social or educational htuudlng,
lie knows men, knows vvnat Is right
cud Just, nud deals with nil men with
steadfast, common-sense Integrity.
Dennis Mulvlhlll realizes that ills
nnoelates In the stoko-ionm have tho
same right to consideration In public
administration as tho corporation ho
vvorkB for. Ho believes In tho homo,
the rlghta of wealth, but not in tho
domineering dictation of wealth.
These, evidences of tho Increasing
power of tho so culled labor element
nic among tho most promising signs
of tho times. It means that the peo
I el aro still determined that rock-
ribbed, common senso honesty shnll
hold swny, a return to first principles
which recognizes tho vvorklngman as
thef nations salvation.
A IIOMH RULU VIEW.
Editor Fvcnlng Bulletin: I rend
with much umiibemcnt the following
editorial in tills morning's Advertiser:
"Now Hint the Hnwnlluns know that
entrance upon a game of political
cross-purposes vvitli the Roosevelt poli
cy in these Islands can only hurt them
politically at Washington, the disposi
tion to come "In and be friends has In
creased. 1 here la u wide-open door In
Hie Roosevelt Republican party for Ha
wallans protecting them on the one
hand ug.ilnst hostile action rcgiudlug
the franchise nnd on the other against
tho greed of the carpet-bagger. If tho
latter ever secures contiol, he will tnk
the political oyster and leave the na
tive the shell."
The Havvallans, both native nnd for
eign cannot bo hurt more than they
li'nvo been In the past and It was no
every day carpet bagger that hurt
them. It was tho pure, home-made mis
slouaiy ai tide, and tho big Joss bagger
was nnd Is Dole. Oh yes! The simple
Hawaiian and haole Homo Ruler will
ho quick to Jump Into the wide open I
door of the Dole-Roosevelt gang. Nit,
Tho new carpet bagger even on tho
Advertiser's own showing Is better
than tho Dole brand, for tho first iTue.i
give you tho shell In which perhaps you
may find a pearl, whereas the mission
ary bagger takes both ojstcr ami shell.
Honolulu, April 25, 1902.
Pretty nearly everything that jou
can think of In tho harness line Is In
cluded In our big display.
livery harness wo sell Is a bargain,
and wo sell all kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach nnd team
I arncis. From no ono clso can you
got tho harness value, wo glvo you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Boots.
G. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
125 Merchant St., next to 8tnnjjenwnld Building.
NO POLITICAL AIOTIVBK.
Hon. I.orrin A. Thuiston, former
Mlulstei fiom Hnvvull to the United
States, wus seen Inst evening at the
"My mlrslon to Washington," sohl
ho to a Times icporter, "has nothing to
do with politics. I understand that
Governor Dole will be here by the time
the 1'iesldent icturiis nud that they
will have a conference on Hawaiian
matters. Governor Dolo has been mis
leprcseutcd In certain quarters, but hli
official iccord shows that he has acted
for the best Intel ests of tho people. Ho
is u man of singularly high character,
and I am certain that the best people
of the Islands endorse his course.
"Hawaii has been benefited largely
by annexation, nnd tho future Is full of
promise. With a ell mate that Is tin
ilvulcd on eaith. n soil of wonderful
feitlll and a Btable government them
Is nothing to stay our progiess. Tho
best day In our history was when we
came under tho protection of the Stars
nnd Stripes." Washington Times.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE
PRIMARIES A POLITICAL I1P.UOU
ThurBton In Washington snys Ila.
wnll has been'1 largely benefited by an
nexation. Had ho carried with him
copies of tlio editorial utterances of
his local newspaper, ho would have a
haul tlmo making peoplo think ho be
lieved vvhnt Ho said. ThurBton in
Washington and Thurston lir Honolu
lu Is a veritable Jckyll and Hydei pop
"A number of years ago," said Mr.
Heniy It. Rose, ono oi the leading law
yers of Little Rock, All:., at the Shora-
liuni, "I thought that great political
refoim would bo accomplished by the
adoption of primary elections.
"Theoretically, R was a beautiful sys
tem. I am nothing of a politician, but
from what I observe and hear, so far
from being nn Improvement over tho
old plan, pilmary elections have piov
ed an utter failure.
"So far from reforming election
evils, they have produced conditions
moio Intolerable than were over known
prior to tho exlstenco of the present
system, The barriers have been svipt
completely away by tho primaries, and
the demagoguo has 11 all his own way.
Tho abolition of this metnod of choos
ing ofllcluls would be u blessing to tho
country." Washington Times.
The li.tCBt London novelty
"sopuisoult cure" for fat women. A
West End surgeon's houso has been
fitted up as a luxurious gymnasium
where aristocratic patients turn enmer
saults. on Swedish principle)', In tho
honesty for which no competent ax- ,0po of reducing their obesity. The
cuso can bo offered. I "cure" Is said to bo most etncadoui.
NOI1AU PIJO.M HONOKAA.
Shoitly after 10 o'clock this morn
lug tho steamer Nocau arrived from
Honoknn with a load ot sugar and four
dee k passengers, n Japanese, a Chi
lie k, a Hawaiian and nn Englishman.
While loading lit Kukulhaelo tho don
key engine aslioio broko down nnd
the Noenu bad to leavo that port soon
er than was oxpoctcd, proceeding to
Honokaa to complete her sugar cargo,
Delightful rending top Qundny both entertaining and
Instructive, combined with the Intent nevv happenings).
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American Beet Sugar Company's Successful Season
Chinese Imperial Troops Defeated By Rebels
Santos-Dumont Arranging For Exhibitions
New Styles For Women's Photographs
How Long Does a Dream Last ?
Poetry and Prose of Kissing
Successful Business Men
. Amalgamation of Railways
Royal Engagement Expected
Making the First Bock Beer
Use the Left Hand Sometimes
Amusements In a Barrel House
Supreme Court Changes Possible
New Billing Plan For Sugar Refiners
Fiddling" Her Father Into, Congress
The "Line-Up " Man - Profits of the Beef Trust
Lots of Fun lov
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