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WOMEN A3 CITIZENS WILL REBUILD CIVILIZATION1
By MARION EVANS, In the "Philadelphia North American."
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"Man treats woman unjustly and
then evaaes the prick of hts conscience
by dodging behind her sphere." So
says Professor Koss, of Nebraska Uni
versity, in his new book on "Itaclul
Control." Coming from thd brother
hood and from a wollknown sociolo
gist a, tnnt, the sisterhood can use tho
statement without being deemed ven
omous and blindly bitter. That old
hackneyed subject of a woman's
knew would never work. Being a
busy woman and a true American In
her OlsllKo for unnecessary labor, sho
resolved to use gas, and made applica
tion for a sunnly at tho bureau of po-
I lice, She was therewith presented
with a packet of documents for signa
ture. Quicker dono than said, down
went her name Elizabeth D. Martin.
I Tho gas arrived, but her Joy was
ephemeral. In a few days she rccclv-
snhere. which the world has been eu a visit from a big gendarme, who
seeking to define for ages, has been requested her to accompany him to
and Is the greatest stumbling block of the perfect of the district. Monsieur
niimau progrcjB. There has ncvjr Ic prefect Informed her that she was
been and there never can lie a deflnl- a prisoner, and had broken the laws
tlou of the sphere of man, or tho of France. The police had reported
snhere of woman, or the sphere of that she was a married woman, and
human beings. Each generation brings
developments unforeseen and incom
prehensible to the last. What the
future slate of man physically or men
tally will be cannot today bo prophe
sied. We know these things, we havo
accepted these facts bb proved by
present knowledge, but how far do we
put them Into practice? We say wo
are civilized, but our laws and Imttltu-
that In her application for n gas sup
ply she had signed her own name,
which In France Is Illegal, a married
woman not possessing the right to en
ter Into any business transactions
without the consent of her husband.
'Hut." responded tho lady, "my hus
band Is In Cnlnn, and I needed tho gas
to cook with." This was considered
tnstiffclent explanation, but ns sho
tlons do not Justify the nsscrtlon. Tho was nn untaught foreigner, the prefect
Telephone . . .
TUESDAY JUNE 17. 1902.
The man In search of lumlnlfcrous
ether has evidently bumped up against
a whole railroad train traveling at the
rate of knots.
abyss between what man knows and
what man does Is nssuredly one of tho
paradoxes of existence.
France has always been acceded tho
position of the highest civilized conn-
remitted tho Imprisonment and decid
ed that tne gas supply should be cut
off until the government had communi
cated with the husbanil and obtained
his written consent. Again tho culprit
Poultry - Supplies
try of Western Europe, and yet hero luslstctl mat siio wouiu iiko to cai in
Is n story that comes fiom the gay the next two months, nnd with ener
capital which Is truly startling In Its eotlc argument convinced tho prefect
barbarity. "Liberie. Egnllte. Frnter- that delay was Impossible. Thereupon
nlte Is the proud motto of tho French- a document tnree reel long was pro
man, which he cries lustily upon every cured, which stated that owing to tho
public occasion; with which ho he- unnatural position of women In Eng
decks his public buildings, and which land nnd Amerlcn, which gave them
he embodies In his national songs. ; tho right to an Individual name, the
Were we to challenge him that It Is! said person might continue to use hor
often prominent by Its absence, he 'own signature In all transactions In
would undoubtedly exclaim with deep which sho was allowed to employ It In
passion: "You havo defamed the In-, her own country, provided she In ao
With government employes out of
politics. It Is up to the Social Sclcnco
Club to get In and drill In preparation
for the fall campaign.
Government employes from the heads
of departments to the Janitors will
henceforth do nothing more positive
in a political way than cast n straight
party vote when called to the polls In
It is ten to one that' Gocrnor Dolf
in his trip to view the public work done
was surprised that so much has been
done on the small amount of money nt
the disposal of the Publylc Works Department.
The peace term which allows the use
of the Boer language In the schools and
In the courts "It necessary" sticks as
hard In the average Britisher's crop as
the Spanish language Idea of the Phil
ippines Is hard for the American to
iplratlon of our Republic; (he relig
ion of my people?" However, the fol
lowing actual occurrence Illustrates
how he applies tho principle when It
conies to the women of his land or tho
feminine visitors within his gates.
An American lad;;, an art student In
wlso abused the privilege. And this Is
an Instance of the legal status of wom
an In tho most highly civilized country
In the world.
Wc can Justly ask what Is the defini
tion of civilization? Democracy iia
defined It ns the Inalienable right uf
has been used for twenty-throe years In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODER8
because It has provcu superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubntors and Brooders are made of the best lum
ber In tho world, out every ether nrtlclo used In their construction
is of the highest grade, and tl crefore these "Stnndards of the
World" Incubators and Uroodtra occupy tbo same relative position
to all other Incubators and Brocdcrs that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to rind In our late cataloguo "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may hnvo a cataloguo free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agent for the Territory of llnwnll
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Fblla
deiphla, Pa., U. B. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Bhredder),New York, U.B.A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical rerun-
Alex. Cross A 8ons high-grade Ferll
llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pine Covering.
ALSO OFFEK FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OH,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
the Quartlcr Latin, having become ' tho Individual to life, liberty, nnd pur
tlrcd of tho third-class pension, with suit of happness. Rut democracy's dof-
It b dark and lll-vcntllated hallways, ilnltlon, like the ornamental French
which Is there prevalent, decided to I motto, often becomes a mere petty
rent a small apartment, so that stlc phase when applied to the female hair
might occasionally cntcrtnin her oi the nation. The question naturally
friends and cook a dainty dish "like arises, why women ns a sex have not
tney do ut home.' A snug, pctltio
malson was found, but upon investiga
tion .. had a drawback, and that was
the kitchen nnd Its stove. The kitch
enette was n 3 x 4, and the mechanism
called n range was n relic of the Mid
risen In rebellion against the awful In
Justice and restriction of their rights
to which incy have been and am still
subjected? Our beliefs are far higher
than our Institutions, nnd It Is un
doubtedly true when woman demands
die Ages, with queer little holes for , woman will receive. And here comes
coal and all sorts of things, which sho the pathos.
ters are the best Judges of what Is for
the religious advancement of tho com
munity. Admitting this, the shepherds
ot the lock should be the last to take
up subjects which are not certain to
lead all men to a contemplation ot tho
highest Ideals in practical work.
With rapid transit connection with
the mountains and the beach the people
of small means will not find an ncco
slonal outing as expensive as In former
days. There is not a city In the coun
try where the people more generally
appreciate quick transit at low prices,
especially during hard times.
TMO LUMINIPEROUS UTIIUR.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tbo Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo ks, St. Louis, Mo.
Tbo Standard L U Co
Tho Ceo. F. Blak. -itcam Pumps.
Tho New England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Our vehicles have the most advanced Ideas In design,
and excel others in durable qualities and finish. , .
Judge Wilcox told a young man com
mltted to the Circuit Court that he
hoped the Grand Jury would not bring
an Indictment when tho case came up
at the next term. Undoubtedly Judgo
Wilcox's desire Is Justified but what u
whoop roaring time the Advertiser
would struggle to create, had this Inci
dent occurred In Judgo Gear's court.
Governor Dole's order that no em
ploye of the government shall take an
active part In the coming political
campaign means a general weeding out
all along the line of men who have been
strong factors for successful party oper
ations. However, as Governor Dole Is
the responsible head of the Territory
It Is to bo supposed that he knows what
he is doing.
The municipal program outlined by
W, O. Smith In his paper read before
the Young Men's Research Club Is one,
of delay. Tho assembly to which Mr.
Smith spoke was by no means political,
the intent being to discuss the prob
lem on Its merits. Mr. Smith considers
and rightly too, that the municipal
problem is a tcrlous one. Every new
departure is serious. It Is fraught
with possibilities for good or evil.
Every digression from old lines means
hard work and worry.
The Bulletin believes, however, that
tho majority of the property holders or
voters of Hawaii havo yet to regard
the program of local self government
as such a stupendous task that It Is
beyond the possibility of practical ap
plication In tho Immediate future. Mr,
Smith will doubtless ngrco that the
present system of government Is not
satisfactory, but accepts It as the least
of what might be termed from his point
as the smaller evil.
The principal barrier from
The name of Curtis Iaukcn seems to
be steadily coming to tho front as a
probable candidate of the Republican
party for Delegate. Mr. Iaukea fulfills
the qualification of a representative
Hawaiian-American ami his experience
gained by his travels at one time and
another as a governmental representa
tive Is assurance that he will not get
lost among the public men of the na
Editor Evening Bulletin: In perus
ing a copy of this evening's Issue ol
your paper, I read an article, written
by one W. F. Ilasson, commenting up-
uu luu unnutiuu OIU1 D fCIDLUU Ul III I
explanation, on Friday morning labt,
regarding wavo telegraphy.
I am somewhat at a loss to know
whom he Intended his sarcasm to be
little, but had he considered the ethics
of engineers, he would have at least
ascertained whether or not I was cor
rectly quoted. Falling in this, I am In
clined to think It was Intended for me,
Mr. Dickenson of the Pacific Cable
Company wsb ono of tho party, and
had I diverged much from the path ot
accepted theory regarding tho subject
ho would have corrected me. Now,
therefore, as I dislike to be made to
appear In a false light, particularly by
a man of limited knowledge of matters
electro-technical, I hasten to correct
the error of the Star's article. What I
did say. In part, to tho Intelligent gen
tlemen who wero sufficiently Interest-
cd In wireless telegraphy to make the
trip to waiaiac, war: It is supposed
that tho lumluli'crous ether, or the
same medium that conducts tho sun's
rays to earth. Is tho conducting ele
ment In wireless telegraphy. An elec
tric dlBchnrgo from an ordinary ltuhm
itorff Induction coll, or a Hash of light
ning will hock the ether, nnd cnuse a
wave to radiate In all directions. You
might liken it to a mass of Jelly, strike
it at ono point and the whole will quiv
er. Mr. C. M. Cooke questioned, was It
not like dropping a slono In tho water,
causing waves to radiate; I replied
that It was qulto analogous, that as
tho waves In the wnter rmllnt,1 In
lever widen circles, so It was supposed
to be wltn ethereal waves as used In
Mr. aerial telegraphy,
Nearly any schoolboy knowB or has
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II. P. Baldwin President
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Smith's standpoint is the character ot
the electorate, its luck of Intelligence. been taught that tho light from
This is rather an Indenn.te term. It Is --" W
not presumed, It Is meant that tho ma- wireless telegraphy aro supposed lo bo
Jorlty of the electorate should become " """no and havo the same velocity,
coilege graduates before the establ.sh- J""" KncXm S.St
mem ui iiiuuicii'ui Kuteriiiiii-ui m iu uu is greater.
seriously considered by legislative
enactments. What is needed Is an
honest electorate, and tho Bulletin bo-
The Ministerial Union Is In error It
it feels that the Bulletin questions the
right to make the discussion or papers
read at Its sessions exclusive. The
Ministerial Union Is n private organiza
tion; It has a right to hold Its meeting
when, where and however It pleases.
It could plaje, the closest secrecy on Its
deliberations If so disposed. In these
days, however, Christian work In nil
Its details Is regarded as free and open
ns the air wo breathe. The teaching
of the church Is that the public can
not get too much religious Instruction
lleves that the Territory now has an ,"'','"" Py- migui partlcu
electorate of this character. Not all tho I '". ' ?v'"l '','u, bl, he Prnl"
S-S1? "J " '" U,the,hi;
con, or wnai not, which might cause
niB nrain to concro and produce Borne-
municipal duties, not a majority even
have had practical experience In the
government ot municipalities. Even
W. O. Smith Is In this laBt class. Hut
given honest men, thero Is no reason
whatever why the municipal program
cannot be carried out to the satisfaction
of large and small property holders or
the laboring man who has no other
capltnl than his ability to work.
Hawaii can never gain a practical
knowledgo of local self government
through books or pamphlets. Should
a commission be appointed to travel
tho world over and select the best mu
nicipal form of government to be
found, it would return to HiuvaII and
find the people Just as much in the
darkness concerning the mysteries of
a local municipality as they aro to
day. Experience Is the best teacher
and tho only teacher. It Is not within
or gain too much knowledge of the i the power of any man or men in this
best ways and means for spreading the Territory or any other to frame a form
1 of government absolutely ireo irom
1 the possibility of flaws. And It ccituln-
Gospel. It Is the view to the contrary
which tho ministers ot Honolulu have
placed on their deliberations that at
tracts attention. They have practical
ly adopted the f.r'.nclplo'that there are
Indeed details connected with the
spread of the Gospel thut should not
go Into print, should not go Into the
homes, should not be brought to the
attention of the public. This Is an
extraordinary contention In these en
lightened days of the twentieth cen-
ly is not possible to regenerate voting
citizenship between the periods of a
Taking Mr. Smith's view of the
seriousness of the problem Hawaii is
facing, the people will do well to go
forward with what they have. Perfec
tion Is Impossible, progress la always
possible, Tho tblovcs and tho robbers
may bo thicker In this Territory than
they are In any other, but the fact has
not been demonstrated and tho
Bulletin does, not believe ft ever will
guagc In courts of law "If necessary" land's temper was stung. The great
and the teaching of Dutch In the pub- bulk of tne people would havo gono on
lie schools "where pnrcntB of the chll- filling up contingents for years rather
drcn desiro It," cannot be accurately than havo allowed It to be said that
described as placing Dutch upon nn tho Boers had "forced" the empire to
equality with English In the annexed make concessions In order to close the
territories. For It Is to bo assumed war. Now, It Is all different. Tho
that some reasonable proof ot "neces- Boer has taken defeat with a dignity
sltv" will be renulred In the law courts and a unity not foreseen as among his
"'land that every public school child will qualities. Tho colony suddenly real-
bo taught In English. Such n conccs- lies that no is a man upon wnom urlt
slon to tho Boers Is not unreasonable Ish generosity will not bo thrown
nnd can hardly lead to a perpetuation away, that ho did after all surrender
of lingual differences, so long ns the when he commonly realized the hope-
Imperial authority or a loyal colonial lessness wnicn we saw a year ago anu
administration bears mlo. A single tbnt our greatest triumph Is In tho
generntlon of actual British domlnn- strength and confidence which enables
tlon would ellmlnato every "necessity" , the empire to olfcr terms never beforo
for the uso of the inal in the law 'given to a baten and broken foe.
courts nnd tho prospect of tho pernu- Possibly it is an optimistic result
ncnt retention in the school currlcu- of the peace Jubilations, but tho prcva
lum ot a language which has no classl- lent Idea In the colony Is that tho
cai, literary or commercial valuo Is Boers wul gradually settle down Into
lortunately slight. We take It that loyal and trustworthy citizens. They
English will unquestionably be tho have shown themselves to bo magnlft
recognized official language, that It cent fighters, and we cannot believe
will be the only languago permissible that a body of men possessing such
In Parliament when seli-govcrnment Is qualities will generally devote them
Instituted and that a practical knowl- selves to nnother futile attempt
edgo of It will bo required of all who against British supremacy. It has al-
seek any State employment. Wero ways been asserted that the weakness
this not so the nolonlal public would ot British rule In past decades Inspired
certainly feel dubious ns to the out- the Afrikander movement, and that
look for that complete amalgamation without that weakness such a move-
of Briton nnd Boer which nlono can se- ment would never have arisen. No
euro from future discord tho now pro- charge of weakness can bo made
vlnees of tho Orango nnd the aal. against the conduct of the war now
That it win do so ib insepnrouio irom nuppuy conciuiicci, wnuc me pan iau-
the triumph of tho colonial part? en ly cacti and every IlritlBli colony
must nave convinced the Boer that tho
old enmity against "England" wns al-
ponents. .together mUpIaccd. But the hanplojt
If we may thus regard the language augury for a complete reconciliation
question as astlsfactorlly BCttlcd, the ls ,"10 mutual respect which Briton
colonial opinion of tho pcaco Is one of "nl er nuiBt henceforward bear for
i ..! a.. w...ni ....... one anotner. it is true mat a nunrtpr
thing besides an everlasting dcBlro tu .crvntion thnt might hnvo existed when of a million Imperial troops were ilung
hO henril. .. .. - .. . . Inln R,mlh Afrlnn 1,,T Tin W..,'o l.na,
",. ' , ... 'Hie generosity oi uio terms oi surrcn - " ,. . "" ""
However, had I been so thouchtlcRi i,- rntn.i i, iinnn nt iicnmn men must always admit that they met
as to mako tho statements referred ti known has vanished before the manll- aB Bl1 whp" ''ey met our New Zea
by tho Governments would-be elec't-l-ness with which our stubborn foes nre landers at "Bothnsberg." while from
cai savant, I would not have appeared reported to havo accepted defeat. It tIlli beginning not only tho colonial
more ridiculous thnn a certain electri- wnB not conducive to friendly feeling bl" the IlritlBli "Tommy" has won tho
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New Republic Bid., 11. King Stree
mi man, miu, m writing specillcntioiis
iur a Bones ciectnc light plant speci
fied that each lamp must bo protected
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Awaiting nn Intimation from your
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FRED. J. CROSS.
Honolulu, Juno lGth, 1902
COLONIAL VI I2VV OP THE PHACU
rNow Zealand Herald.
The colonial view of the peace may
fairly be described as one of almost
complete, satisfaction, any doubt that
to think that a boneless war was being respect of his burgher opponent. When
needlessly and unreasonably prolong- tll country Is once more restored to
ed, to feel that lives were being flung prosperity by hard work and patient
nway because tho commandos refused Industry, when hostages are given by
to accept the Inevitable. New Zealand oyc,y UKr iiumesieau unu uvery uoer
has leit acutely the situation. There fl?ck nn ovt'fy Boer village, when be
aro few families hero which have not blmI tl necUns drea mof nationality
sent kinsmen to tho front. Thero nru I""" the spectre or devastating war,
nono who have not had cither relatives tho llocr Is probably the last man In
or closo friends fighting In South Afrl- e world to (ling In his lot with a re
ca. For our contingents represented bcllloii foredoomed to failure. He will
tne flower of our young men, were the respect tho British who stayed his
picked of a great multitude of volun- ' onrush, drove him back, broke up
tcera who came from every class and ,,,s armies and never loosened iho
from every walk of life. They went death-grip nil through tnla dlscourag
eagerly. We sent them gladly. Wo '"K guerilla-struggle. aB ho never re
would have doubled, trnbled, quadru- speeted tne TTritlsn beforo. While we
pled their number rather than hnvo "h"" always respect a people who,
Reen the flan waver for a slnulo In- when all is said and done, gavo us a
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co.,HaIeakala Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Trcnsuror and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wo
terhouBo and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
slant. But as the death roll lengthen
ed, as bnttle nnd Ridrmlsh, fever nnd
norldent. filled our' homes with mourn
Intr. we should havo been more than
may oxlst being duo to what appears human had we not condemned thoso
light which only an Anglo-Saxon na
tion could possibly have won against
to bo a misconception as to tho clause
In tho terms of surrender covering tho
use of the Dutch languago. There ran
bo lit t lo question that the united opin
ion of British loyalists Is that English
snould bo as much tho sole official
tongue In every part of the Emplro oc
cupied by Europeans as It Is In the
TTnllo.l Rlntoa nt AmAi-trfl At thn
limine tlmfitb.ew,uiuunf. the Dutqh Ian-
who seemed responsible for this blind
nnd meaningless slaughter. Wo wero
not a raro of savages that men should
prefer death or capture to honornblo
submission to British authority. We
wero not a race of slaves that men
should fight ruthlessly, when hope o(
Independence was over, against tak
ing their place as "new partners in
Incandescent electric lamps give out
much moro heat than Is commonly
supposed. Only 6 per cent or the ener
gy of tho current Is turned Into light,
tho remaining 94 per cent being given
on in neat.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
Queen Street, ,- Honolulu
Tbo Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honoluta
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60 CENTS EACH
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All Lovers oi the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at-'the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you ?re undecided, we
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