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REID AND CORONATION.
Editor Eenlng Bulletin! In pre
paring an excuse for the Indefensible
action of Governor Dole In ordering all
Territorial offices closed In honor or
the coronation of the King of England,
tfie Advertiser, Dole's personal organ
calls nttentton to the fnct that I'rcfl
dent Hooeeolt sent White-law Held as
special ambassador to the Court of St
Janes to attend the coronation Snrli
action on the part of the President has
no analogy with Dole's fool break It
the custom ol all monarchical na
monarchies or republics, to send rep
resentatives to the coronation of their
rulers. In accepting the imitation
President ltoosoxelt, on behalf of the
United States but followed courlesj
outlook are either hypocrites or Idiots
or political knaves.
Tho Insincerity of all this maudlin
sentlmcntallsm and prating about wit
cruelties, are thorougnly exposed by
the proceedings In Congress. It crops
out only when the political "hot air" 11
turned on, when the members ate
plalng political chess, making ammU
nltloii for tho pending campaign, when
tbey mint go homo and answer to
ihelr constituents, when they shrink
into their real dimensions and arc not
so high and mighty. When tho com
mlltecs get to work on practical af
fairs on appropriation bills, there
isn't much "spieling" to tho gallery,
which means tho deluded voter. M!l
lions upon millions of dollars hav
been oted for tho Philippines at the
present session; the navy yard rt
Olongapo, the lortlllcatlons thero and
here, tho navy yard and dock for Ca
lte, the setting nsldo of vast sums fot
the hydrographlo sen Ice, tho coast
survey and the light bouso service;
the negotiations relative, tho purchase
of tho church lands, tho effort to sub
stitute American Catholic priests for
those now hero, nnd the expressed
Poultry ? Supplies
existing between nations. Ilut bo
cause the President, by nnd with tho hope that the friars might leave
advice and consent of the Senate, sent Islands permanently; these tilings nnd
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Postoftlco Ilox 713
JUNE 26, 190J
Hawaii Is ready to raise Its glas to
most anything that comes along that
expresses a kindly sentiment. It al
vvajs has a good word for the Kaiser
honors King Edward today and a week
hence will applaud the Declaration of
Independence with Its hot shot for
kings, princes and rojnlty In general If
any nationality .. down t see what It
wants It Is only necesarj to ask Ha
waii Is at peace with evervbodj exiept
Wbltclaw Held as speolal embassador
to the coronation, such nctlon did not
Induce the President to Issue a procla
mation dcclnrlng June 2C a legal boll
p o no uaj nor uiti ne, nor any oi me ucaus
nf ilflnn.l ... ,. I. n, Vt'nBlil...,,.. n.iln.
II, IIVJKIIIIIIVUVO ,b ,, ,mi,llk,,Ul, UIWVI
ttovernment offices closed In lionoi of
King Edward's coronation.
Germany smt a special embnssadoi
to the Inauguration of Klhg Edward,
but Emperor William did not declare
June 2i' a legal holldaj, nor did he or
der Government offices closed In lion
or or the coronation or lus uncle, nor
la It at all probable (bat any German
colonial Governor no matter where
situated, has been so lacking In com
mon sense ns to' close the public of
fices of the colony over which ho pre
sides In honor of the coronation of
England's King. If any there be who
has been so lacking In love of his own
country and patriotism ns to take such
at Hon. It can be set down that he will
be removed as soon' ns the news
reaches the ears of Emperor William
It remains for Dole, the only Dole
of Hawaii, to show the nsss ears oa
the most prominent feature of his an
Tho Advertisers Intimation that the
President would feel very nngr If
Judge Humphres' remarks on the cor
onation of King Edvvnrd were called to
his attention is laughable. The Presi
dential wrath would undoubtedly bo
moused if his time were taken up by
ftah Inconsequential powwows. Neith
er the lemarks of Humphreys nor the
closing of offices by Dole will cause
either President Hoosevelt or King
Edward to tear their hair. Reference
of such matters to Washington, Lon
don or anywhere else serve only to ex
emplify what Insignificant affairs, In
an official sensc, -are required to m
Isolated Hawaii In a perspiration. It
1!0V ABOUT INAU.URATION.
Editor Evening Bulletin.
The Governor directs that no
tice be given that all Government
offices will be closed at noon on
Thursday, June 20th, in honor of
the coronation of His Urltannlc
Majesty King Edvvnrd VII.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu. June 24, 1902.
The above notice appeared under a
"Ily Authority" In yesterday s Honolu
lu papers. Perhaps Gov ci nor Dole
hundreds of others that might bo cnu
mernted, notably such ns tho unpreco
dented appropriations for the mntnte
nance of the army and tlio navy, i.n
not show a disposition to retire from
the Philippines. No political organl
zatton would dnro to pronounco such
a dogma In the United States and hope
of success before tho people. Even If
tho Democratic party should come Into
power It would not materially afreet
matters In the Philippines, there Is in
reason to hug or fear that bugaboo,
Tho lamented McKlnley said "We
arc In the Philippines nnd will stay
there."' A prophetic vision as he
looked ncross the great expanse of
the Pacific at Santa Barbara, Callfor
Tho prestige of the nation is at
stake In the Philippines, and no party
nor clique of men will dare sully It
and hope to survive.
Treaty rights must be respected
ami treaty obligations must bo faith
fully and honestly carried out to tho
very utmost. This may mean war. ll
so, then there must bo war, and more
hell; but what American would then
iwaiimc about snooting nt rebels .ir
raed against tho government with
popguns loaded with rose-water lu
stead of Krags and Mausers? It is
all bosh this Idea that tho United
States will withdraw Its troops, pro
mulgate rillplno Independence or fo;
saka the recognized modern svstem of
warfare when Its exercise becomes
With the fall elections nt homo this
artificial hysteria will pass off and wo
may look for n lucid Interval, If ttrn
Americans here do not stir up the anl
mals too much.
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their remarks or acts do not Interfere 0," ao,clrnmlCM 1"lcos '" nn American
with the business of the Territory or
the rights of American citizens, tho
officials of Hawaii arefieo to do as they
please on the occasion of the coronation
of King Edward VII.
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LONG LlVli KING DDWAHD,
It Is quite natural that the coronation
of the King of England should attract
more than passing Interest In the En
glish speaking nation which bids fair,
under a republican form of gov ei nment,
to outstrip the old mother country In
the world's progress Americans can
not fall to havo a feeling of vcrv dose
relationship for tho nation which,
though friendly when friendship best
serves Its selfish Inteiests, is neverthe
less connected by ties of blood, and
blood Is thicker than water.
King Edward VII today formally as
sumes the scepter over a nation that
has been foremost in the world's prog
ress, a leader In trade and finance and
a powerful agent In what we arc pleas
ed in these davn to term tho clvlliza
tlon of tho world The glories that clus
ter around.a throne are to the Ameri
can Idea made up largely of tinsel nndl
trinkets, social functlonlsm and too
often toad ism. Americans brought
up to regard all men as free and equal
and national preferment the reward ot
personal ability, rather than the acci
dent of birth, cannot by tho very na
ture of tho home atmosphere and na
tional teachings, appreciate that r
markablo personal homage which the
subject of a monarchical power pays
the occupant of a throne. One has only
to read the Declaration of Independ
ence to learn how the American Is
taught from early childhood to regard
Time, however, has done Its benefi
cent work In assuaging tho bitter feel
ings resultant from a family quarrel
some years ago. Monarchs and mon
archies serve their good purpose and
Great Britain's government la tho
closest approach to the republican Idea
which European nations other than
Franco and Switzerland can furnish.
King Edward of nil monarchs of the
world has the least fear from the ad
vance of republican teachings. His
Territory closed for the purpose of
paving honor to the coronation of a
king or England It Is to be hoped ho
can do so, for certainly no one else
can If It Is so Important to pay such
fitting tribute to the coronation of a
king of England, what then, we would
like to ask, Is the duty of Governor
Dole when a President of the United
States Ik Inaugurated?
William McKlnley and Theodore
Roosevelt were Inaugurated President
nnd Vice President, respectively, on
the 4th da of March, 1901, and vet no
Bj Authority notice was published
In the newspapers at that tlmo direct
Ing that all the Territorial offices
should be closed for a half-holiday in
honor of the event. Snnford I). Dola
vvns Governor of this American Tcrrl
tory at that time. Just ns he Is now
and we would like to nsk why It was
not fully as meet to close tho public
offices In honor of the Inauguration of
an Amerlcnn President and Vice Pres
ident as It Is to order them closed In
honor of tho coronation of a King ot
POLITICAL CANT AND HYPOCRI
SY IN AMHRIO.
power comes from tho readiness of tho
throno to accept popular demands, and
the uneasiness of tho head that wears
tho crown comes not from fear, but
rather from tho onerous duties of ad
ministration that fall to tho lot of a
leader In the world's affairs.
Whllo many may not bo nblo to grasp
or cooperate In the personal adoration
with which British subjects surround
their king, tho American people as a
rule can cordially Join In tho fellclta
tlons npproprlato to a season of rcjol.
lng in a filendly nation, While Am
leans may not be able to find all thenr
How singularly Is thu truth of the
adage of the old Latins, that times
cnango nnd wo change with them, ex
emplified every day.
Not so long ago, when public scnti
ment demanded men of vigorous ac
tion, when ho who killed lots of "little
brown brothers," and whoso demean
or towards those not killed was thu
reverse of molly-coddling, was tht
man for tho times. Then those who
rodo up aud down over the aforesaid
brown brothers, regardless of how
many ho squashed In tho process, did
not seek to hlda thes-t oxplolts fiom
all men, but somotlmes oven took
pains to keep tho public Informed
thereof. Now that tho road to prefer
ment seems to Ho through the cool
woods of tho humanities, wo bear 1 1
mercy dropping, not as tho gentlo dew
from heaven, but by tbo buckctfull.
The bteel faced hoofs are now swath
cd in eiderdown; tho good Samaritan
Is armed with his bottlo ot liniment,
and gravid females carefully nurtured.
Instead of tho wild rush of killers,
flocks of sue Icing doves nro turned
looso on mlsguldod opponents; and
contrast Invltod to contemporary ac
tlon clsewbero, to tho exaltation of thu
Wow Cult. Thus "Tcmpores mutau
tor," etc., etc., so to speak.
It Is to bu regretted that behind all
this apparent convulsion of tho world
to morn hiimnno warfaio stand two nl
tho most repulsive specters known iO
man Cant nnd llypocrlsy. Thero is
not nn honest sentiment In It all. It i
tho Political Cant of thobo out of pon
er, who vvnnt to break Into tho public
crib, and tho Polltlial Hypocrisy it
thuso In power, who want to continue
their hold on tho public teat,
Ytar Is what It has always been, ami
what It will continue to bo to tho end
of tlmo hell. It cannot bo refined
Until tho dawn of tho millennium men
wilt shoot one another to death. Those
who pretend to bo shocked at such au
LAND PROBLEM IN PHILIPPINI1H
The recent census bulletin dealing
with agriculture in Hawaii, derives es
pecial Interest Just nt this time from
the fact that It shows tho actual work
lngso of conditions nnalagous to those
which may be anticipated In tho Phil
ippine Islands If tho bill for civil gov
ernment of tho Philippines passes In
Its present shape, climatic conditions
In tho Philippines and Hawaii being
Over 91 per cent In valuo of farming
lands In llnwnll Is owned or operated
by white, men, but out nf this large
proportion the number who own their
holdings Is small, thero being only 271
owners possessing a little more than
222.000 acres, part owners operating
about 20,500 ncres. whllo the great bal
anco of nearly 779.000 acres Is opcrnted
by managers. Though quite n large
pait of the Islands, In acreage. Is man
about G0.5 per cent has been leased
from tho Government, only about 17,
000 acres aro operated and owned by
natives, and among mixed races, the
Chlncfc, Japanese and negroes, tho
ownership figures decrease to a mini-'
mum, while tho quantity of land leased
Is correspondingly little.
Tho statistics further show that the
Hawaiian land sjstem hns practically
ellmlatcd tho small tonant; and out of
the lands opciatcd by managers about
C0.5 per cent hns been leased from tho
Government, fiom Individuals or cor
porations, the outcomo of tho condi
tions being a large absentee land own
ership. What lias occurred In Hawaii will
happen ngaln In tho Philippines, onlj
on a greater scale nnd w 1th exaggerate I
evils. In Its present shape, the Phil
Ipplne bill, formulated by that kind ol
statesmanship whoso policy Is favorit
ism and whose political economy Is the
doctrine, of grab, Is so diavvn that thero
will bo no limit to tho power of cor
poration exploitation to seize and hold
land In largo tracts a condition of
things whoso opportunities for ex
tortion and oppression will bo Immeas
urably Increased In a country wrung
from Its inhabitants by conquest, and
whoso unsettled conditions nnd dis
tance will prove potent factois In work
ing out the Republican formula ' Giv
en greed, to find profit."
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HIGH GRADES OF
(Continued from Tngo 1 )
1. The Music ot Hawaii Nel .. . .
!. Tho Rapid 1 rnnslt
3 A Trip to llnwnll... .riilllp ill o
4. Tho Oldest Paper-Makers . . .
!ong Tho Birds Solioil
5. Honolulu Harbor .... Jns Wlnne
(1. Sisal Moses Hocn
7. A Tilp to the West Indies
Song Tho Wild Bird's Song. . .School
8. Niiuanu Valley., ..Helen Lowrcv
9. A Summer In the Rockies ... .
' Josephlno Pratt
10. Tho Pall: Past nnd Present
Song Great Is the Lord School
After these numbers had been ren
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French, gave a short address to the
graduating cIobs, In which ho remind
ed them that even If they left tho
school ho would always bo glad to of
fer his Uihico to his old scholais. He
hoped that tho graduates would real
Izo that thoy had only mado ono of the
first steps on tho long Journey or can willlnm n Arnold of Ionia. Mich..
cation and that thoy would continue to nn(1 Wnlter 1) Arnold of Ionia, his twin
so on a thoy had started". Short ad Mother a few days ago celebrated thcli
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if. Smith, tho president of Oahu Col tner William has been n farmer all
loy. and by Mi. Babbitt In bchnlf of his life, whllo Walter has followed mer.
the trustees, whoioupon tbo exeiclses cantllo pursuits.
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