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ttnNlNO UULLHTlrt HONOLULU H. T, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4,1902.
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WALLACE It. FAIIIUNOTON.. Editor
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Hon. QROVER CLEVELAND, In the "Saturday Evening Pott."
It Is quite likely that his first oppor-t followed by a decided command to the
tunlty to shoot vCTIl be presented when 'guide In attendanco to watch tho dig
it single duck hovers' oer the decos, appearing duels and mark where It
and as It poises Itself offers as easy a falls. Tho fact should be hero men
target as If sitting on a fence Our Tloucd that tho complete enjoyment of
hunter's gun Is coolly and gracefully this proceeding depends largely upon
raised, and simultaneously with Its dls the tact and Intelligence of the guide
charge the iliick falls helplessly Into If with these he has a due apprecia
te water This Is a situation that (alls tlon of his responsibility as an adjunct
for no word to be spoken Merely a to the sport, and Is also In proper ac
self satisfied and nlmost Indifferent ex- cord with his principal, ho will glvo
pression of countenance should Indt- ready support to tho claim that the
cate that only tho expected has hap- duck Is mortally wounded, at tho same
pened and that duck killing Is to be time shrewdly and with apparent de
thd order of the day. pression suggesting the Improbnbillty
l'crhaps after a reasonable wait an- of recovering the slain,
other enturesome duck will enter the If ns the hours wear .wvay this proc
zone of danger nnd pass with steady ess becomes so monotonous as to bo
(light over the deios easll w-lthln fatiguing, n retful variety may be in
shooting distance Again the gun of traduced by guardedly acknowledging
our se'rene hunter glcs olce. sum- an occasional miss, nnd bringing Into
monlng the bird to Instant death To play the excuses and explanations ap
an impartial observer, however, such proprlate to such altered conditions A
Poultry - Supplies
Teleplionu . .
JINE 4, 190J.
The ucicssllj which muses succoss
ful tart workers to withdraw fiom
Active leadership Is to be regretted
Commissioner Pratt is Keeping ever
Lo.tlngly at It and It may be that I'.i
unco In the history- of this Congress
Eomo practical assistance will be rcc
President Jordan or Stanford U nn
nuthorlt; on how to keep the peace in
educational Institutions, but he s."ins
to make a failure of It In the university
over which he presides.
a course would not Bcrm to bo In ac
cordance with the duck's arrange
ments This Is plaily Indicated by
such nn acceleration of flight ns would
natumll) follow- the noise of tho gun's
discharge and the whistling of the shot
In the rear of the epected vlcltm
This Is the moment when the man
behind the gun should rise to tho oc
casion, and under the rule governing
the case should without the leist de
lav or hesitation Insist that the duck
Is bit This mny be done by tho use
of one of several appropriate cxclama
tlons all having the sanction of prec
edent and lorig use Ono which Is
quite clear and emphatic Is to the cf-
feet that the lleclng duck Is "lead bal
lasted," and another easlU understood
Is that It has "got a dose " and still nn
other of no untertnln meaning, tint It
Is full of shot " Whatever particular
formula Is used. It should nt once be
There Is certnlnly nothing wrong In
foreign missions but It does seem In
consistent to send money abioad when
hard times prevents the euro lug cut
uf plans lor advancing piactlcal wort
One lojnl Filipino fcas been lewarJ
ed with n $3000 gift to be used for ill
education of his son In California
Judging from the scarcltj of true loj
alt among the FIllpfnoB the rcwOid 'S
The habeas corpus case now before
the Circuit Court Is a deeldedlj intr
cstlng. one Should Judge Clear inter
prct the law adversely to the Oovo.n
meut It will nlso be Interesting to note
whether the old Jail deliver) howl wUl
very useful way of accounting for n
Bhot missed Is by the suggestion that
through a slightly erroneous cnlcula
tlon of distance the due It was out of
range when the shot was fired" A very
frequent nnd rather gratifying pretext
for avoiding chngrln In case of a long
shot missed Is found In the claim that
though the sound of shot striking the
bird Is distinctly heard, their penetrn
tlon Is Ineffective. Sometimes failure.
is nttrihuteil to the towering or turn
lng uf the duck nt the Instant of the
gun's discharge It Is al times useful
to Impute fnllure to the probability
that the particular cartridge used was
stale and weak; and when nil theso
ore Inadmissible the small size of the
shot and the faulty quality of powder
they contain, and, in extreme cases
their constructor mny be roundly curs
ed as causes for a miscarriage of fatal
has been used for twenty three jears In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only truo
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders are mado of tho best lum
ber In the world, but every other nrtlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl creforo theso "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho samo relative position
to nil other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth jour whllo to read In our Into catalogue "A lilt of
Incubator History." You may have n cataloguo freo by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Acnt lor the Territory o! Hnvvnll
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
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Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
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N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
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Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
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Papers: Lucol and Linseed Oil,
rnw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Is the mast natural thing In the world
of the "sind cure" lij (he "Red Shlit"
organization In their Stnte. Mr Sim
mons professed never to hnvp heard As n matter of fact, the Feiferal (!ov
of the 'sand niro" In North Carolina eminent, the people of tne L'n.tcd
although he had bitterly Denounced States are more nt foulC"than the t-ol
the "water cuic" In the Philippines. Idlers who arc now charged with in
Thereupon Mr I'rlchard lead fiom the human nets nnd desecration of the lla.5
sworn statement uf negroes to whom of civilization under which they fight
the "sand cure" had been administered There is not n counti) In the world
during tho cnmpalgn when Mr Sim 'that would attempt to handle the Phil
mons was chairman of tho Democratic J Ipplues with Bitch n small force, ni
State committee of North Carolina, .that which the Americans have put in
The Senate IndulgcTl In considerable the field. And It has yet to bo proved
hilarity, the laugh
being upon Mr that tho United otates Is gaining ni.-
KINDNESS TO FILIPINOS.
thing for Itself oi the people it seeks
to pacify, by Its present course The
intelligent Filipino who appreciates
anj thing but display of force Is as dif
Manila Max- 27 While Second Lieu- ncult to discover ns tne neeoie in ma
tenant Robert C Humber.of the 10th In 'hnj stack. Tho United States Is eleel
fan try nnd Sergeant Warklng o the lng largely with savages In whom
same nglmcnt were walking about six ( trencher Is Inbred. I.IKo school chil
miles from Camp Vlckcrs. In Mluda- . u , b , .. , , . behave
After It Is all over, n scientist comes
out with the announcement that he
warned the Governor of .Martinique rf
the Impending horror The Governor
Is dead, the letter Is said (o exist and
some people are Inclined to criticize
the Governor for his fnllure to warn
the people But when It comes down
to nra Ileal facts, how innnv would
have heeded the warning? Sometimes
the scientists guess right, but when It
comes to prophecies on volcanic dls
turbances the people place ns much
confidence In their predictions ns they
did In the old woman who said 'Tho
world unto un end shall come In eight
een hundred and eighty one." The eel
cntlsts can say "I told ou so" and if st
nao they perceived a single Morro ear
ning a Hag of truce When the native
had approached close to tho Americans
he suddcnl) drew his creex nnd slash
ed Sergeant Warklng, cutting his arm
coinplclclv off Lieut Humher at
tempted to shoot the Moro but his re
volver missed fire and the native escap
ed in the tall grats.
This Inddcnt In the Philippine var
faie. Insurrection or whatever It Is to
he called gives some Idea of the char
aeter of the Individuals with whom
thnt our Delivery Wnjjons tlicniHctves prove
every clnlin we make.
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nnd nre recognized everywhere ns
the Btiindnrd of excellence, dura
bility nnd resiliency.
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The Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
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Tho Standard OH Co.
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AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Tim Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pros.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co , Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co.,
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and learn tho reason afterward.
This Hjstcm, to be sure, Is ropug
unnt to the Amerlcnn, but fills fact en
ly makes the argument more torcible
that the United StatCB should either
conquer the Filipino In tho old fashion
ed mltltarj style or put the task In th
hands of another capable of perform
lng the task promptly and without
making a fuss about It On the halts
which our government Is now working
nnd one oolitlcnl nartv is nB much at
our troops have to deal According to . . nllolnpr,he rnillimlne ones
the comments made by boino Amerl
inns and judging from man) Ideas cs
potiHcd by the civil commission Lieu
tenant I lumber should havo tried mor
nl suasion In convincing this Mono ot
the error of his wns In using tho flag
of truce to commit murder. tt this
tlon bids fair to last for a lull century
Lives nro todn being nndlessl sac
rificed through a false Idol of what
Kindness to tho Filipino means.
tween the Commission nnd American every essential principle of American
business men law has been set aside and a power
When the libel law was proposed, Invoked by the Government (hat could
Tho American opposed It, Innsriiiieh as Bcarccl) bo expected out of China or
we foresaw that It was onesided and In tho land of thu "Vlilto Czar. In sa
could not ho combattcd. Wo arc as i lng this we are not "abusing tlTo Civ
violently opposed til those features of III Commission", we arc simply stating
the bill todnj as we were when It was absolute facts We concede to no ono
II 'i Tllletl, nu English labor lender,
Is but one of ninny Instances showing h..s been visiting the labor oignnlza
what sort of material tho army has ta tlons of the United Slntes ami has gono
The Bulletin has It on tho best of
authority that James II Ilojd has re-
quested ffis friends to withdraw fiom
lurther cITort to advance him us tho
Republican candldftio for Delegate to
Congress. Mi lloju bnses his request
on tho conviction thnt his first dut Is
at home. Tho decision Is a great dl
appointment to Mr. Bojd's -nan)
lricnds throughout tho Tcrrltoi, but
the reasons offered nro In line with n1
record for strict personal Integrity mid
appreciation of his duty to his puty
nnd tho Tcrrltorj. Republicans on nil
sides havo felt convinced that DojU
could not only be elected but wiuld
be a most capable and acceptable iep
rcsentatlve of Hawaii's Interests at
tho national capital. Nothing now re
mains, however, but to look elsewniro
and select a man whom tho party can
give an equally enthusiastic support.
Arthur Balfour spoko recently at tho
Mansion House on the business out
look of Great Britain Ho told the Eng
lish peoplo same plain truths, Baying
that they prided themselves on being
the architects o" nn empire world-wide
In extent but that they, among nil nn
tlons, were the most Insular in char
acter. He also stated that they lagged
behind other nations both In commer
cial and In national education They
have taught others lessons In govern
ment. liberty toleration, freedom and
enterprise, but have been unwilling to
learn theso leBsons for themselves ff
they hoped to nchlove any greater com
mcrclal success they must npproach
tho subject In n much broader and lib
crnl spirit than they have yet shown
The "water cure" haB developed one
amusing Incident. In a recent dis
cussion In tho United States Senate
on tho Philippine bill, Senator Pritcb
ard, of North Carolina, aroused his
Democratic colleague, Mr. Simmons,
Ey reciting facts about iTO application
deal with in Its operations to pacify
the various races of tho Philippines
Such acts on the part ot Philip ilno
Inhabitants do not Justify systematic
or any exceptional case of toilure by
the American troops, but. coupled
with the fact that the United States, lean em)lo)ers
Is attempting to straighten out ho than those across tho pond
Philippines with Insufficient military , nt the Ililtlsh boss, Tlllett holds that
foice, they do account for soldi rs. the highest quality of skill and oner
home after learning something He
was Impressed with the hopeful de
meanor of tho Amcilcnn workers and
the fact that better relations exist here
between capital and labor than in
England He acknowledges that Amor
al o moro sclcntA-
In a shot
enacted peihnps more so, ns we havo
Hlnce seen It mnde u wnpon of mnlica
and venom on the part of at least thrca
members of tho body that framed It
and inaeted It Into a law We nppos
ed it hccatiHO It was not logical an 1 I in
partially binding on nil classes be
cause It Is un-American and rapaiilc ol
being made n menus of oppiessiou Wo
hnve never regretted opposing It and
we have no apologies to make now for
Again, we opposed the Sedition bill
We pointed out how nmbltious nnd mn
llgnantl) inclined men might usa It
agnlnt-t tho press. Wo wero nssured
tint would not be the case; that It wns
a ton of Bcml civil nnd semi wnr mens
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Can Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco,
an Francisco Tao Nevada Na
tional Bask of San Francises.
London The Union Bank ot Lon
New York American exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
Berlin Drcsdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Houz
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits recolved. Loans made -n
approved security. Commercial ard
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex-
cnange bought and sold.
Collection! Promptly Accounted For
and officers lotlng their heads at
times and giving tho Filipino as bad
or perhaps weitse than he fives Amor
leans aro human and when a fellow
man Is shot down or mnlmd fjirough
the agency of the rankest trcacheiy It
gy among British workmen is called
only nvcingo ability and thcie Is no
superior efficiency recognized In
America on tho other hand, he rajs
thnt superior efficiency always re
ceives greater compensation.
a higher esteem and conlidenco In the
good intentions of nt least a majoiity
of that Commission when nil its mem
bers aie present Including tho native
II... a. ...... . . t e ... .
.nu. Mt. luiiuui i-iuui. lur wie proposi .
tlon of law which 'the authorities"'
have formulated as follows
"It Is not foi tho eouit to sny what
the law should ho on this matter or
the rules gotcrulng It. It Is not for
him to sny. Tint has been passed
upon by the authorities to which 1 am!
"The civil government wants to
know vvheio It stands uudcr tho law
that has been passed. It wants to
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know whether Hint Inw ulll I,.. .,t,rnt-..
,-e for native nppllcatlo,., but wo were ',,,, or .. ilaJl lmvN ,,, d
not convinced. That wo wero right In u..mi( gtnU.mcl,lH ... bo ..j.,,
our opposition has Blnco been demon ..Tho ourl UuQ . . of
strnted It wns not opposition to tho ..,,, .... ... .,,.,
uiviiiuiviu nt nun iimuur uuu IV la
Cc mmlbslon to opposu the passngo ot
ici toi rva ns ra p r a sn fa Pa R R n. pa r-a m. f-a Pi sa r-s n ta im ro p-a
WHY PHILIPPINE LIBEL LAW IS OPPOSED
that law. It was an act of sclf-dc-fciiM,
Instilled by all law. It Is it vl
( i ...4 law and has canted tho civil gjv
uniuent moro troubles and less bono
piesumed that It knows its own rules.
I That's heterodox). You con ilud In
Irqo men no wenkei spot than to assail
the Independence, tho honor nad the
Intntrtlt. if (-linl.. ,1l.ln 1-..H t.n.
fits than all tho statutes it has cii i1, ,,. , , , , ,'
kings have been bebended nnd fnr li-
r.CVd. .ninlxllnn. I.n. A ....-.-... .1 ,-J ..
n-l. r . ...f . ..'"'""-. " UiHUOlUVCU lauOH. im-
i lie lull itiui nn uiii.i.ivMii-iii uuu
no m set been attempted by any sava
on the request of individual members
of tho Commission, for peisonal rent,-
, Libel laws enacted by the Phlllprlno malevolence In Bncaklng behind a stat-
CommlBBlon appear Batlsfactory to me that prevents tho proving of tho
none but those officials who are out justness of such criticism, It Is qulto
for the grnft. and seels safely fiom tho apt that thoy should at least bo rolled.
American newspapermen under a h In the States that would bo very close
tlmt mav Lb Snanlsh but certainly Is ly regarded as being persecution In
not American, Tho newspaperman's stead of prosecution, and conviction
side of It Is set forth In tho Manila under such conditions would some
American, of which C O. Zlegenfuss, time bo slanslly called "railroading."
well known here, Is tho editor: Tho sinning Is not nil on ono Bide
There Is no harsh feeling on the fart Tho control of tho three English news-
of the press of this city, we think we papers IIcb In tho hands of American
can safely say against tho the Civil born men. They havo no ambition that
Commission that Is not crented, main- Is not American and they rcallzo that
ly. by the aggressive and nt times ap American snprcmncy Is essential, nl
parentis' malicious acts on the pirt of most, to their very exiBtnco But
three of the Commissioners toward In they, also havo a constituency to
dividual newspaper men It must he serve Just ns tho Commission hns, aud
confessed that the newspapers do not they must reserve to themselves the
always follow the golden rule nor do right of criticising public officials and
'hey 'turn tho othor cheek" when laws Tho government in Ihcso Isl
tniitfun Thov arc very hitman nnd ands Is American In character; It ii
ipt to strlko hack, ono way or another. , largely Spansh In ndmlnlBtiatlon This
So when they find that somo of tho Is unfortunate, as It confounds nnd
Commissioners wero Inclined to Inclto complicates, and hns been tho source
criminal prosecution of nowspaper wrl lof nine-tenths of tho difficulties that
lers for criticisms that were believed (have from tlmo to tlino arisen between
o be true, and then exhibit a spirit of the Commission nnd tho Press and he
mis dues not strengthen tho act. Nor
has It lessened our detestation. It Is
a law for repression and oppression,
n sword of Damocles held over the
heads by those In office who fear critl
clsm of their public acts and the purity
of their private lives. Men In high sta-'
tlon arc entitled to criticism by an
hnnPKt nreKH nn linth counts. I
No man can bo condemned for do-1
dining to pave the way ovor which to j
walk Into lllllblil or to vanishment, i
nglno Congress, If you can, so speaking
to tho Supremo Court.
If tho government controls the
Judges, what safety do business men
havo? Such nn Interpretation falls at
tho door of every litigant, ns well as
at that of tl.o poor newspaper writer.
It Is anarchs-, pure and simple.
If that Is to bo tho rule, money could
bo Baved by nbollshlng all courts, re
tiring tho Judges and mako provisions
for "tho authorities" to sit In banc to
try all causes.
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Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co..
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Makce Sugar Co.lialeakala Ranch Co.
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C. M. Coske, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones. H. Wa
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Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
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dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kccck. J. A. Ly'e,
Jr., J. M. Little, l. S. Boyd.
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All this does not Imply hostility to civ slatn, tho Prime Minister of Japan,
II government; wo decline to bcllevo wlt1' " Present Japanese Minister of
Hint any American citizen can bo de- I'lnance, Is now In tho United States
nied nns of bis privileges under the ,'or ,l10 purpose of negotiating a loan
bill of rights or tho Constitution Co- "t $100,000,000, with which to build
latiso bo has seen fit to como to the 6,'ll,s '' railways and carry on mlu-
I'hlllpplnes Tho foreigner finds ref- K operations In Japan.
ugo at his Consulate, nnd ho Is hand-1 The statement Is mado upon the an
led with kid gloves, tho American Ja i thorlty of Theophlle Golllei, tho ut-
haled Into Court nnd treatell with eon tache, of the Ililglan Legation In To-
iimoly Americans will excuse us for,'lo. who, with his wife, arrived In be
'cellng "sore," nt times, nttlo on tho steamer Shlnano Mm h
Tho sufllclency of our opposition to l from Japan
this bill, which wo still regard is ut- The two Japanese stntcsmen are
tcrly vicious, though In somo respects nmong tho retinue of tho Kmpeior,
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Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On salt at office ot , . ,
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not so bad ns tho libel law has recent
ly been proved In contending for tho
lustness of this execrable enactment
am, accoiding to Golller, no doubt ex
fsts as to the puipose ot the mlssbn
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tbo United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you fro undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the HVEN
All Lovers ol the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
tVimary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Polso
ft rail-all fini. Ta bt tnl4
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