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EVHNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T.. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. 1902
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JINE 24, 1902.
Delegate Wilcox approves the Pana
ma canal route as opposed to Nicara
gua Nil ft said
Trices In the sugar market appear to
be bracing up In a way that promises a
return of dividends to Hawaii.
Now that the army Is to have n new
uniform General Miles can shino In his
chief glory of putting on new clothes.
President Roosevelt has struck a
bucking bioncho In tho beet sugar
farmers that Is giving him the most
strenuous time of his life
The big crowd Honolulu Is sending
to Hllo fur the Fourth at Jul) races
ought to bo reciprocated with a con
course ot visitors for Honolulu a
The new fire alarm s)stcm is all
right in its way, but the Ignorance of
"central" Is exasperating to suburban
business men unable to make out tho
number of the box by the flro whistle.
Governor Dole has been pla)Ing ping
pong with civil service rules in a way
that makes a man dizzy trying to get
onto his curves It Is a question
: whether the Governor himself under
It is gratlfjlng to all mankind that
the woman suffragists sec brighter dajs
nhead when their demands for a vote
will rule the roost. If the dear girls
who want to be men are satisfied that
Senator Hanna can't see why a man
should forfeit rights of citizenship Just
because he is a proper man to hold pub
He office. And under the benign In
Aliened of the Senator President Hoose
velt seems to have reached tho fame
Tho Builders' Exchange has shown
Itself ready to come In as an octlve
working agent on any project that has
progress as its chief aim. Tho prompt
response In connection with the St
Louis fair nnd the Merchants' fair are
reminders that the Exchange Is a wide
Senator Elklns' Cuban annexation
resolution Is said to Iw all bis own,
party men having no knowledge of the
plan till Elklns presented tho goods.
Newlands' Hawaiian resolution was
much on tho same order, but only n
few jears passed before It received tho
approval of Congress.
King Edward's reported Illness ap
pears to have been very much exagger
ated. As the coronation approachci
the King Is being guarded with parti
cular care and tho fact that something
might happen leads many to put a
serious phase on tho desire of royalty
to take a few minutes' rest after the
manner of ordinary humanity.
IT MEANS NOTHING.
Viewed In tho Tight of Governor
Dole's signed statement to government
employes IiIb recent civil service proc
lamation means absolutely nothing
There Is not a single positive assertion
In the letter sent out this morning ex
cept that the directions be substituted
for Instructions previously Issued. In
tact It looks as If the civil service edict
wero a sort ot conscience document to
bo read but not heeded.
The civil rights of every citizen In
cludes the privilege not alone of vot
ing but endeavoring to obtain the votet
of others for tho support ot party prln
clplcs and party candidates that assure
n wise administration of public affairs.
With all this cry that Is going up about
tbo non-partlclpatlon of good citizens
In politics, 'f is strange Indeed If men
worthy of the trust of a public office
should be arbitrarily ruled out of the
game and ordered to sit on the fence
and watch tho other follows go by,
By Rev, DONALD 8AQE
No one who lines this great ltepub-
lie and beuees In Us manliest destiny
among tbo natrons of tho world can
be a pessimist cither In regard to Its
present or Ha future.
On the other hand, no one who stud-
les, however superficially, tho econom-
1c movements of tho hour, can be blind
to certain elements of peril In the si-
clal fabric, which. It unchecked, will
menace the prosperity of the people
ps a whole.
Just what Is the root cause of theso
dnncers It Is not so easy to sav. A good
deal depends on one's point of lcw
Moreover. It is easy to mistake symp
toms for causes and to exaggerate
temporary phases Into permanent ten
dencies Tor example, one hears a good deal
about the peril of unrestricted Immi
gration There doubtless are real evils
to be dreaded by making our ports a
cml rcfl90 of ,:,
wholesale dumping ground for tho so
uropc, but to finy tint
Immigration can In any sense threat
en the stability of the Itepubllc, or d
vtroy Its distinctive character, Is a
One of the most striking innutri
tions of the virility of our national lltu
Is Its quickness of assimilation, so that
the foregner of today becomes the en
tbuslastte patriot of tomorrow. Tim
second generation Is tho real solution
of the Immigration problem every
On tbo other hand, a good deal ol nnd selfishness, but blind to the larger
needless alarm Is stirred up by tho 'interests ol public life, callous to the
vast accumulation of wealth in tho bitter cry of the poor. Indifferent to
hands of n comparative few. Were .the struggle for existence of the work
thnt likely to be a permanent condl- Ing people, that Is the real problem if
tlon, cnrr)lng with It a corresponding national life.
Impoverishment ot the poor, one might How ,.ic ou to awake to n practical
well question Its results In the future 'and Inspiring sense of public duty thu
Personally, I believe these mam-1 sleepy multitudes who by every selflsu
moth combinations In trade nre only 'net of life subscribe to the creed cf
a temporary phase In that larger dls .'don't care?" In that temper of cxng
trlbutlon of wealth which a more radl gerated Individualism on the part nl
cnl adjustment of capital and labor the well to do I find the real perl) in
will Inevltnbly bring about within tho 'American life today.
l?'t . !,
Office holders arc now urged "not to
use their official authority for the pur
poso of dominating the political party
with which they are connected, or ol
controlling the result of the election "
This Is ono of the most vague proposl
tlons ever presented for the voters to
contemplate, the more so perhaps be
cause ofllco holders have not used their
positions to dominate the party nor
to control the result of the election for
their own private alms Yet taking n
strict view of It, an office holder cannot
fall to exert an Influence In the con
trol ot election results. His appoint
ments alone serve to control election)
as do his remarks and opinions wheth
er expressed In his office, on the stump
or In committee deliberations. No man
can fall In exerting control of elections
unless he foregoes his civil rights as u
The statements nre so conflicting and
free from exact assertions that the
only proper conclusion to reach is that
they mean nothing nnd should be In-
tended to mean nothing, except an lm -
possible theory. "A Just sense of off I-
clnl propriety" should carry to the offl.
clal mind the conclusions that as a
citizen of the Territory ho Is entitled
to his own opinions and should con
duct himself accordingly. He cannot
bo criticised for becoming an aetlvd
worker In the campaign nor can he be
railed to account If his conviction It
that he should do nothing moro posi
tive than vote.
Governor Dole by first shutting tin)
political door to ofllco holders and now
leaving It to swing both ways has, how
ever, left an element or uouut wnicn
he would do well to wipe out by more
hard nnd fast definitions. Such defini
tions nre possible. It Is quite possible
tor the Governor to stato whether ho
approves office holders becoming ofll
rers of precinct clubs, district commit
tees or the Territorial committee. Un
der a fair Interpretation of the Gover
nor's letter office holders may accept
any office In the party, but thero will
likely bo a considerable element among
the olllce holders, who, mystified by
conflicting orders and Inconsistent ex
pressions of the last order, will con
sider public Interests to be best served
by their withholding from canvassing
for voters In any way,
Tho Bulletin believes the Governor's
signed order leaves the office holder to
do as he pleases und even tho Governor
cannot call him to account for active
political work In the party primaries or
In tho campaign Tho only difficulty is
tho probability that some of the Gov
ernor's friends may wake up to tell
him that ho meant what Is not ex
pressed, and tho party thus forced Into
a factional scrimmage. If Mr. Dole has
a firm desire to clear the atmosphere
In a way that will nssuro the coopera
tion of party workers he will Issuo hard
nnd fast definitions on what is expected
ot government officers In accepting
official membership in tho party organ
ization. FIGtIT IN RHICIIHRATH.
Vienna, June 12. Thero was a sceno
of wild disorder In the Relehsrath yes
terday during tho dobato on the Dan
ube naviyitlon agreement Herr
Schoenerer, a leader of tho Pan Ger
man party, and Dr. Wolff, tnother left
dor of tho same, party, oxchanged In
sults and finally boxed each others'
ears. It was necessary for friends of
the rival leaders to drag them apart,
amid cheers and JeerB from the galleries.
IN AMERICAN LIFE
MacKAY of New York,
next twcnty-flo jenrB. There Is moro
peril to the rich man than to the poor
man In the multiplying of trusts. Ulti-
matcly, when the artificial bondn
which unite these vast Interests begin
to snap beneath the pressure of their
own weight. It will bo the working
'" who '" '"P the widest benefits,
Tho real peril to our American "life
today lies not In the accumulation of
wealth, but In the failure of wealth to
(fulfill its obligations to the common
People. It Is the Indifference of thej
.nvciago man of wealth toward his re-
sponslblllty ob n good citizen, not
merely casting his vote, but, If need
be, giving his time to the Interests ot
public life, that Is opening the doors to
those malign forces which are making
our cities hotbeds of rampant vices.
The great menace to American llfo
today springs not from the fermcntliu
corruption of communism or anarchy,
but from the torpid Indifference of sel
fish respectability. The great causes
of Rod and humanity nre not deflated
by the hot assaults of the devil, but by
the slow, crushing, glacier-line mass
of Indifferent selfishness.
Ood's causes nre never destroyed bv
being blown up. but by being cat upo.i
It Is this apathetic temper that Is the
real citadel of peril, which overy re
form movement must In the last event
capture to nttaln permanent victory.
It Is the Inert citizenship in our great
cities today, settled down to comfort
r " !' , ' ' , t
Editor Evening Uiilletin In follow
lr the tr'iiJ u human ew-uii, am
f-rutlnllng the genius of men wheth
cr they be philosophers, governors.
Judges, lavv)crs, etc.. It Is generally ac
cepted that they must alwa)s hnve a
conception of the high idials of Jus
tice, liberty and equality and recognize
the inalienable rights of men all born
tree and equal
In observing the conditions that we
Il.iuullans are In, tho passing from a
constitutional government to a repub
lic, tree and equal to any of its citizens
then of, and accepting the Inevitable,
our dCBtlny Is given. In accepting tho
, amc, the Intelligent Hawaiian leaders
cro well awaro of all the privileges
that a citizen cnjo)s uncTCr the con
stitution ot the United States and will
exercise It freely and voluntarily to the
best of our ability for the beBt Inter
ests of our commercial and Industrial
An editorial of the Thurston mlss'on
nry-Dole organ of the IStJi Inst., under
the caption of "Americanization First,"
a paragraph reads as follows. "Under
the clrcumstnnces It Is civic crime to
'"'"l "'"" ",u '"iu. ui ..uu.. i
iui iiitu in nunuii
The time Is not
ripe for any such Innovation, nor will
it be until Americanism has reclaimed
tup majority vote trom Poljneslan-
Most assuredly, the kaleidoscope of
the hypocritical Advertiser Is under
going a severe strain upon Its mental
and ph)slcal functions in its sanctum
sanctorum It is a civic crime Indeed
to a faction of the Republican party
that Is causing strife and factionalism
In the rank and file, and also of tho
power that Is being gradually wrested
from tho sons of tho Protestant mis
sionaries since annexation.
Establishing a city and county gov
ernment in Hawaii ncl would naturally
give the power Into the hands of tho
electorate, and where will the Adver
tiser be? Their part of the drama will
bo Emmcluth's motto, "To go way
back and sit down.'
In tho estimation of the Advertiser's
cotcrlo of satellites, the time is not
ripe till "Americanism Is reclaimed
from the Pol)neslan nice."
Mr. Editor, there Is more American
Ism In tho Pol)neslnn race since an
nexation than the sons of the Adver
tiser faction represent. The Ameri
canism that the Protestant missiona
ries here so boldly laud to the public
is a "wolf In Bncep's clothing"; to re
tain tho balance of power under tho
garb of Americanism so that the peo
ple of the States are misled or made
to bellcvo tho earnestness of their ap
peal. As their power Is gradually di
minishing, the more vicious they be
come; naturally enough, It Is human
The earnestness of the Poljneslan
raco (as they term us) Is sincere, for
the reason that they passed a munici
pal law at tho last Legislature, and
tho missionary Republican party re
jected it. A mass meeting was also
called by tho Polynesian race about
six months ago for the sole purpose of
passing a resolution which was pre
sentcd to tho President of reaffirming
and expressing our slnccro approval ot
President Roosevelt's messago to Con
gicss, creating American principles
nnd American Institutions In her new
possessions. The Advertiser's mission
ailcs did not participate at this public
meeting; they remained away, and
even thiow cold water on tho consum
matlon of such.
You can rest assured, Mr Editor. !t
will bo a very, very cold day Indeed
when tho Advertiser reclaims tho
Americanism that the Polynesian now
possesses, and we aro still oducatlng
the Masses, through tho medium ot
our press, to a higher Btandard ot tha
high ideals ot education and of Ameri
can citizenship, which the Protestant
missionaries do not put In practical
use. It Is very ombarassing to my
brothor editor ot the Advertiser to
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three jears In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
because It has pruveu superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Ilroodcra aro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl ercforu these "Standards ot the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy the same relattvo position
to all other Incubators and Drncdcrs that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to read In our late catalogue "A Hit ot
Incubator History." You may have a cataloguo freo by writing
for It. An lnvolco of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AgentH for the Territory of Hawaii
Our vehicles have the most advanced Ideas In design,
and excel others in durable qualities and finish. , ,
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Co.
view the condition In Its proper light.
as he vvell knows. He is well adapted
to slinging mud at Sew all, Humphreys
and Geai, but to undertake to solva
the h)pothcsi8 of a talc ot the l'oljne
slan race Is a difficult task.
Talk about reclaiming Americanism,
when they themselves have driven
nwas from our shoics between flva
and six hundred white votes that wero,
available to vote at the coming gener;
nl 1..n li.n n I In n flnlit n 1 n flnlnk
. v.wu .. .1 I. a ..Mil iu ... I..,...
for securing a two thirds vote o ovcr -
tide a veto, so that tho Americanism
w. ...,:.,..,. 1U. ,uu... -) i
law to the everlasting glory of Hawaii
ncl GEORGE MARKHAM.
Honolulu, June 21, 1902.
I am stronclv In favor of tho COI1.'
struct, of an isthmian canal, as ,h,
opening of a waterway across the
Isthmus will benefit Hawaii and tho
western coast of the United States Im
mensely, As to the route to bo selected I am
In favor of tho I'ana'nia route. I be
lieve, as Senator Hanna does, that sen
timent should bo left out ot the matter
Tho Panama canal Is already started.
id It Is for us to take advantage of It
nnd build our success upon the ruins
of France, owing to tho Inability ol
Franco to construct such a waterway,
Tho Panama route is the shortest one,
nnd If we are to construct a canal It
will cost lees tlmo any money for the
United States to open up a waterway
across the Isthmus by the Panama route
than to open up the Nlcaraguan,
The construction of an Isthmian ca
nal Is considered most Important by tha
Hawallans, as much so as the laying
of the Pacific cable and the building of
Pearl Harbor. The opening of the Pa
nama canal will Increase the resources
of tho Island as a port ot commerce
for the United States, as well as tha
Orient. Delegate Wilcox in Washing
A warrant was Issued this morning
for tho arrest of Ah Choy, Ah Toon
nnd Ah Chin on tho charge of assault
on Officer Hart. Tho thrco Chinamen
aro accused of throwing hot water on
the olllccr when ho went Into their
soup house In Anla at midnight a fovv
nights ago to quell u disturbance that
was taking place.
It appears that Officer Kanao, son of
Captain Kanae, was tho first man to
enter tho place. The Chinamen became
very Insolent when ho told them to
quit their noise and so Hart rushed In
to the assistance of tho other offlrei,
Tho Chinamen persisted In defying the
ofllcera and scalded Hart's hack with
The case came up In the Police Court
"Let go everybody!"
At this signal, tho thirty men who
wero holding down thc big Island mado
balloon ot Leonard the aeronaut with
; , ,ho ,ot nt thc CQrncr of UoM
an(, nlcnttrua BtrcctB thrcw thc cnds
of their ropes up Into Ibc air and thu
Immense balloon, fltted with hot air,
shut suddenly tovvarl thc heavens. Ou
it showed the name "Island Maid."
Leonard himself, swinging lightly
from tho frame at tho lower extremity
of tho parachute guy ropes, waved a
farewell with his handkerchief nnd
ithen proceeded to give tho vast throng
which watched him from below, a num.
? PH . i".! I'S.
bis head pointing toward the earth
At an elovatlon of about 1500 feet,
tho daring aeronaut gavo a couplo of
tugs at a ropo. Suddenly ho was seen
to shoot towards tho earth and then
tho thirty-pound parachute extended
its folds Into tho appearnnco of a huge
umbrella nnd came sailing earthwards
I"8 s-iu.iy " a o'rei- io uaiioon,
frced of ltB wcRht turncd hMom UD
uim ucgun emptying out ino smoKO
with which It had been filled. Falling
about a half milo out In tho sea, it was
picked up by a boat stationed outside
and brought back to shore.
In tho moantlmc, Leonard, seeing
that ho was drifting toward tho chan
nel, clovcrly worked his parachute to
waVd tho Navy wharf and when within
two hundred feet ot tho ground, gave
inu mm. ing ai mo guy ropes, wnicn
swung n I m clear of tho Iroquois and
landed him on tho Navy wharf as light
as a feather. Commander Rodman of
the Iroquois was near by at the time
and congratulated tho aeronaut on hi
Tbo balloon which made tho ascent
yesterday was built hero by Leonard
himself. Its weight Is 200 pounds.
Leonard himself weighs 180 pounds,
The aeronaut win mako another ascent
on tho Tourth of July If ho can mako
a contract with people of tho city,
i rancisco Maitlns, arrested some
days ago on the charge of selling adul
terated milk, changed his plea of not
guilty to guilty In tho Police Court
this forenoon and was fined $50 and
costs. Attorney Kaulukou, who repre
sented the defendant, pleaded for the
lowest fine, saying that thero was some
how a mistake about tho whole thing.
Tho defendant did not know thero was
water In the milk. Judge Wilcox simply
smiled at tho argument and then pro
ceeded to sentence tho Portuguese, Tha
lowest fine that can bo Imposed Is 25.
Judge Wilcox simply doubled the
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For 3 month 1
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Hi Kine Stree
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot . . .
THB . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
rimry Secondary or Tertiary blood PoImv
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