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nVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1902.
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Postofflce Dox 713
JfNE 23 1902
Tho great International game of ping
pong attracts more real Interest these
dnH than politics
With a few moro resignations tho
Republican Territorial Committee will
be forced to obtain a new lock, a new
Mock and a new barrel.
Cuba will pla members of Its nation
al Congress J3C00 a car As this Is
only $HuO less than tho amount paid
American Congressmen Cuhanu ought
to obtain a prittj good nrtlcle.
Money from tho Mainland Is making
tho dirt 11 y on the Rapid Transit extcn-
hlons and will soon be paid out on the
construction of tho Konn-Knu railroad
These projects mat put coin in the
hands of laborers go a long way to
ward relieving the financial stringency
since the money goes quickly Into
pockets of the people most In need.
Referring to Judge Wilcox's remarks
to a Japanese back driver lecentlj
called to account in the Police Court,
the Hawaii Shlmpo sals the High Sher
iff ought to have tho hack regulations
published in a language-hlero-graphlc
to tho people. This sounds well from
tho Japuuese hackmaa's standpoint,
but sullklont knowledgo of the English
language to be ablo to understand the
regulations is supposed or ought to be
one of the requirements for obtaining
The reference of all petitions for sa
loon licenses to the Anti Saloon
League is u decidedly Intel cstlng de
pal lure from usual lines of official pro
cedure, The League, If true to Its pi in
clines, must neccBBUilly report against
the issuance of any license. If a li
cense is granted It is up to the Liague
to have a lit or Use be credited with
being In the liquor business in tho
Game sense as the Government. Thus
are new and lively complications
ahead In tho administration of public
The best tourist bureau Hawaii tan
Inaugurate Is tho establishment of an
office right here In Honolulu In charge
of a man who knows what class of de
scriptive matter newspapers of tho
Mainland will handle, who can perparo
the material, and at the samo time bo
on hand to glvo tourists such informa
tion as they want after they get here.
Tho work done In Los Angeles, Seattle,
St. Paul and any number of tho western
titles proves that drawing cards for
travelers and Investors are best pre
pared at home.
Hawaiian-Americans may well won
der what tho Governor meant In telling
them not to asplro too high. It Is cer
tainly a new Idea that a citizen can ac
complish moro for himself and the com
munity by lowering the standard of his
aspirations. Every boy born In this
Territory should place his standards
high, for true Americanism knows no
difference gauged by racial antecedents
as long as the characteristics of honest
manhood, and duty well porformed
furnish tho ground work of the mental
and moral structure
Tho resignation of John Lane, vice
chairman of tho Republican Territorial
committee comes pretty close to being
a party disaster. The Lane boys were
among tho most powerful agents of the
last campaign in enlisting party
strength and Impressing Hawaiian
Americans with tho moaning and In
tent of American party action. Mr
Lano'g reasons for withdrawing must
be good and sufficient as theio is no
questioning his staunch party loyalty
and his steadfast belief In Republican
ism carried out on broad and liberal
Congressman Thompson has Intro
duced a measure which provides for the
removal of tho remains of deceased
Presidents of the United States to the
national cemetery at Arlington. A sln
exception Is mado of George Wash
ington who was burled nt Mount Ver
non. Provided relatUcs will consent
this bill ought to meet with general
npproal. While Imposing monuments
have been erected nt the gracs of our
more notnblo Presidents, the last rest
ing places of not a few national leaders
are practically unknown and neglected
A President's cemetery would nssure
that respect for the last rest of nation
nl leaders which theli position In his
TIIU OPPICIAL INTHRPRCTA
TION. We do not Interpret this letter ns
meaning that a good Republican in
odlcc shall cease to work for his patty
Ho may labor for It nlong all legiti
mate lines when his time Is not requir
ed In tho public sen Ice, but ho must
not engage In factional politics, nor
paik primaries or comcntlons uor
manipulate electoral results nor In any
wa 'do politics" In the offensle
sensu wlili h one naturally Identities
with the professional Job-chaser. He
m.i. we should think, belong to cam
paign committees, make speeches,
iitatxh In parades and write political
matter for the press These nro nmong
tho rights he enjojs as an American
citizen Hut there Is n wide dlffercnco
between n art man thus nctlte, and
an offensho partisan It Is one. to
quote Go. Dole's phrase, which a sensa
of olllclal proprletj may bo relied upon
to define Advertiser.
This Interpretation placed upon Gov
ernor Dole's circular letter sent to gov
ernment odlclals, promptly proves the
llulletln's contention that the Indefinite
character of Mr Dole's signed state
ment has merely made a bad matter
worse. The Advertiser's Interpretation
Is Thurston's and Thurston Is recog
nized as the mentor of Governor Dole.
The assertion that government em
plovcs must not do "factional politics'
brings Republicans right back to the
old htory. the rotk which threatens to
smash the Republican party Into
smithereens, namely, tho Advertiser's
utteily false iharge that government
emploKs have dono "factional poll-
Tho circular Issued by the Governor
follow I'd by the Thurston Interpretation
means this Government emplojes can
do an thing politically ns long as It
meets tho approval of Thurston, the
recognzed reviewing authority. As soon
ns tho government emploje dlsplajg a
mind of his own and the honesty of his
conviction or his opinions on a wise
party course run counter to Thurs
ton's nrbltrary Ideas he will be bludgcn
ed through the columns of the Adver
tiser and attacked by the sneak agent
of tho Governor's council who on a
previous occasion charged tho two
I!ods and Treasurer Wright with be
ing Homo Rulers.
Such Is the program which tho Gov
ernor's Indefinite order foreshadows,
and until tho Governor declares him
self positively, government emplojes
aro by no means free to cxerclso their
rights of citizenship In connection with
the political party which they support
It Is true that virtue Is Its own reward
There Is a limit, however, to the
amount of misrepresentation and vllll
flcation which even a government em
plojo Is called upon to stand from an
outfit which declares Itself to be Re
publican but spends the major portion
of its energy attacking party workers
Honest Republican workers, many of
them government emplojes, have la
bored earnestlj dny In anil day out
enlisting voters for the party, and one
of the rewards for this work has been
n systematic attack charging them with
motives which never occurred to their
minds; charging them with being false
to the party, advancing tho Interests of
Job chasers, charging them with being
anything and cveiythlng but loyalty to
the party, though ns a matter of fact
they have at all times been true to par
ty principles and their single purposo
has been the advancement of the party
as a whole, regardless of factional In
Whether Justly or not the Advertiser
Is generally accepted as the official
mouthpiece of Governor Dole and will
be so considered till tho Governor
takes positive steps to provo the con
trary. It Is known thnt Thurston Is
the Governor's mentor and It Is stated
by the Governor's so-called friends that
Thurston Is the only man who can n
fluenco hs actions In politics or mat
ters of administration Thus It Is that
Thurston's Interpretation of tho Gov
ernor's "civil service" circular becomes
the say-so of Mr. Dole's political dic
tionary, and while the circular means
absolutely nothing as read by fair
minded men, It becomes merely a whip
with which Thurston through his
newspaper may attack honest party
It Is up to Governor Dolo to say what
he means In plain English languigo if
ho has any respect for honest men who
hold government offices
The Aurora band, made up of tho
joung ladles of the Poituguese Mis
sion, Is preparing an entertainment in
tho way of a singing school of the olden
times It will bo presented nt the St
Antonio Society hall next Saturday,
June 28, at 8 p. m. The proceeds will
enable the members of tho band to en
largo their usefulness In cbarltabla
and mission work Tho attendance
should be large as the young ladles are
doing a good work. Admission 50
cents; children, 25 cents.
In giving part of the substance ct
E. M Watson's report as master on
tho guardianship of George Richard
son, a minor, the Advertiser snys. "An
Investment of $5000 In n $10,000 nolo
of the Union Feed Co, Is disapproved
because the guardians are Interested
In the company, but do not hold a
controlling interest. The property so'
curing tho note Is said by the mnster
to be worth $200,000." That Is tho
value the master sajs real estate deal
ers put upon the property, but tho
mnBter does not say that the $10,000
note Is secured by such property. Ho
finds that the property mentioned is
mortgnged for $130,000, Including Geo
Itlchnrdson and his sister's $10 000 and
thnt notes and mortgage for the en
tire amount are held by the Hank of
Hawaii, l'robabl) It Is an Investment
that n prudent mnn would make of his
own money, but the clrcumstnnces
may at the same time make It an Im
proper Investment of trust funds The
point Is, however, that the Advertlstr
has misrepresented tho case by false
news reporting, the explanation of Its
conduct being ensy to find In the fol
lowing contextual passages
"E M. Watson, master appointed b
Judge Humphreys." etc., and "He dis
approves the Ewn Investment for the
snme reison given by Humphreys In
the Parker mntter " It Is the Plrst
Judge's name that alwas sticks In
the squaw ker's throat.
END SCHOOL TERM
(Continued from rage 1.)
Lucns, Willie Hitchcock, Maicus Mon
sarrat. Harry llcrlclmnnn.
12 An Ever Day Dollv Mildred
13. The Bumblebee Second Orade.
11 Song, Auku.
15. Making Letters First Clnss.
16. A lloj I Know Ethljn Harris.
17. Song, The llutteraics Hazfl
18. When Godfrey Grows Charlie
19 The Rainbow and Its Emblems
20. Brownie Song.
21 The Advantage of Stud WII
22 A Morning Chat Marlon Chnpln
23. Ilaby Stars Madeline Agasslz.
25. The Dog of St. Bernard Sarai
20. Song, The Hen and the Duck.
27. The Watcrtirops Hebard Case.
28. Song 0 and 9 Cecil Cross, Geo.
20 A Merry Thought Alexander
30. Vncntlon Song.
As a rulo the joung ladles of the
school were more self-possessed nnd
rendered their sclcttlons more clearly
than did the joung gentlemen The
school songs nnd the choruses were
particularly well done. Including Tho
Star Spangled Banner, the Cocoa
Palm, the Rice Song, Auku the Brow
nie Song, the Hen nnd the Duck, and
the YaraMon Song, the latter being
given with a zest that showed how the
coming vacation would be appreciated
The "Three Little Mothers ' by Ha
zel Gear, Paulino Muclilej and Can)
line Ripley each nursing n dolly was
very pretty with their particulars ol
the different sicknesses nnd treatment
that the dolls had suffered, how each
little mother claimed Its dolly was the
best and how they nil felt the 'sponsl
blllty of bringing up dollies. "Young
King Cole," Albert LuenB, also proved
a drawing enrd with his three attend
ants, Willie Hitchcock, Mnrcus Mon
sarrat and Harry Bcrtelmann, all of
whom were nttired In costumes appro
priate to King Cole and his fiddlers
"A Boy I Know," by Ethlyn Harris,
brought out the applause of both pit
plls and parents. This was followed
by a song, "The Butterfiles," prettily
rung by Hazel Duckland. who was ar
riyed with butterfly wings and an
lennae Then Raphael Lake took a
morning ride on his rocking borne, ac
diVntally meeting Miss Marion Clia
pin, whom he stopped for a morning
chat A whistling chorus by half a
c'ozen boys was good, as was the ren
dering of "Tho Dog of St. Bernard,'
by Sara Steele.
Mrs. Morgan played the various ac
companimeiits and worked hard with
Miss Winno to make a very agreeahlo
and successful morning's entertain
ment, showing also that thcro Is some
good foundation work being dono in
the Junior grades of Punahou Prepar
Twenty four pupils were promoted
yesterday, tho following seven with
honor: 1, Hazel Gear, 99 per cent; 2,
Carollno Rlplej; 3, Margaret Crawley;
4. Hazel Duckland ; 5, Alexander An
derson, C, Marcus Monsarrat; 7, Wil
lie Hitchcock; all obtaining over Ui
per rent Tho others In order of pro
motion were 8, Harry Bortelmann;
9, Hebard Case; 10, Marlon Chapln,
11, Marjorlo Chapln; 12, Cecil Cross
13, Marjoile Gilman, 11, Ethlyn Hal
rls. 15, Wilfred Harrison; 10. Charlie
Hcrrlck; 17, Rafael Lakn; 18, Ruth
Llndlcy, IS, Albert Lucas: 20, Paulino
Muckloy; 21, Roderlc Pearson; 22, Sa
ra Gray Steele, 23, Mildred Stono, 21
As tho exercises took plate on the
occasion of tho birthday of "Young
King Colo" (Albert Lucas), that young
gentleman's father and mother klndlv
treated both tho junior grades to lib
eral quantities of Ico cream and can
dy In honor of tho event, n kindness
that was highly appreciated After
farewells to tnelr teachers tho little
ones nTl Btarted for tholr homes, happy
as children can bo with nearly threo
months' vacation beforo thorn and all
tho time they need for fun, play and
Poultry - Supplies
baB 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 true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders aro made of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every ether artlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tl croforu theso "Standards of the
World" Inrubators and Uroodira occupy tho samo relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to read In our late cataloguo "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may have a cataloguo frco by writing
for It. An lnvolco of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
Afjentt 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.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Albert V. Gear, President.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Judd Building, Merchant Street 8lde.
PUNAHOU I! I Gil Hi: GIJADI18.
Tho higher grades of tho Punahou
Preparatory School will havo their
graduating exercises tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Tho program for tho
exorcises will ho ns follows:
Crusader's Hymn No. 32-
truncation . . . ... .
Response "Father, O Hear Us" . . .
Tho Musk of Huwall Net ...
2 Tho Rapid Transit
3. A Trip to Hawaii
4 Tho Oldest Papcr-Maliois
Sung "The Illrds" School
E. Honolulu Harbor Jas. Wlnne
i. Slsnl Moses Heen
7. A Trip to tho West Indies
Street, opp. Love Building.
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Tho Wild Ulrd's Song"
8. Niiuaim Valley Helen Lowrey
'J. A Summer in the Rockies
10. Tho Pall Past and Present ....
Song "Great Is tho Lord" ...School
Tho follow lug are tho members o(
tho graduating class: Lillian Acker-
man. l.uin Anion, Hena llortclmann.
Rcnny Cnttou, Klswurth Conant, John
1 Conant. Violet Damon. Mamlo Dee,
rtoiah Dee, Goo Kim Kn Kong. Philip
Hall, Moses Heen, l'lorenco Ho, Ho
Chims sin, Albert Johnson, Kill Kyau,
Alice I.nlnt,. LI Chin Fu, Helon Low-
ioy, Charlotto Mathtson, Maria
Mutch. Josephine Pratt, Philip Ulce,
Allco Roth, Maluhla Smith, Adolph
Schnack, Ethel Spalding, Robert
Thurston, Robert Wilcox and James
Agent, Broken and Jobber.
W. G, Irwin & Co,
Western Sugar nefluery Company of
Baldwin Looomotlve Works of Phlla
delpbla. Ua., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Slredder),Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt& Co.' Chemical Fertili
Atez. CrosB & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOn SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
(ndurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lima and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo Vs. St Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard l'J Co-
The Geo. F. Blali. Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
it. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alcxandor. .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., Nahiku Sugar Co., Kihel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Cc,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
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OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
ffRfwyr vpffn eBi7fl
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 8trect, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Airrlrnltnml rVi nnb.i.
Sugar Plant Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co,.
waitee sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' t.lnn nf Ran VrnnMa.t
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OP OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
RobertBon, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones. H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO..
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
General Manager of
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Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Tho oxerclses of Miss Whitney's
clfss nnd Mrs. Turner's class will bo
held at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
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Transact business In alt department!
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
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Twelve months, at 4 per cent
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Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, et
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Auditors for Corporations and Prt
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Houses built on tho monthly Install
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OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
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C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
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