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,nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T. MONDAY. JULY 7, 1902.
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most slrwing cmnouimenc oi inese
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Other tilings being equal, durability
lollov.B as the lesult of simplicity.
. Theie Is not n small, frail beailng In
the machine. Theie arc no line Joints
to be affected by weni The best ma
terlalH obtainable, combined with good
constiuctlon, aie added to tho slmpllcl
ty of this machine, thus making Hi
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If In need of Typewriter Supplies of
an kind, such ae Cabinets, Stands,
Paper, Ribbon, Carbon Paper, Oil,
.. I1U.. (?- nriiehfl nt 9MU '
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1C60 FORT STREET.
IN A NAME?
STEWART TAKES ISSUE
WITH ORATOR THOMPSON
Wla', the Records Show Jefferson's
Opinion to Have Been Equality
Knows No Barrier of
Hdltor Keening D illetln "The
Declaration of Independence, declaring,
as you hae heard, tbat 'all win arc
created free and equal, was written
when COO.COO Africans wore held In
bondage The document Is a general
one, and must be construed In the light
of Its 8Jrroundlng. It accorded and
meant to accord self-go erncsnt to all
who were capable of exercising the
functions of self-government It did
not mean to hold out to the cannibal
Inhabitants of a Hottentot Jungle, tho
benefits of the Monroe Doctrine "
This paragraph from F E. Thomp
son's eloquent Fourth of July oration
astonished me greatly After a limited
con creation with him with reference
to It, I concluded tint he Is not well
Informed as to the part the colored
American has taken In our Nation's
history and that like a large class ol
persons, not well read In this respect
he Is Inclined to confine the colored
man to nn exclusively servile place.
He thinks of him onl as a slave lie
fore dealing with Mr Thompson's un
Amerlian Interpretation of the Declara
tion of Independence, let me state very
briefly the colored man s placo In the
At Philadelphia, October 24, 1771, tin
Continental Congress nbollshed tho
slae trade (Journal of Congress) Dr.
Benjamin Franklin. April 10, 1771.
wrote. "I have hnil the satisfaction to
learn that a disposition to abolish sla
very prevails In North America
(Spark's Franklin. Vol VIII p. 42)
Virginia led In this movement but tho
King opposed It: nnd J'fferson, In An
gust, 1771. wrote. "The abolition ol
domestic slner Is the great object ot
desire In those Colonies wheie It wns
unhappily Introduced In their Infant
state (Jefferson's Works Vol 1 p. 135
The original draft of the Declaration
of lndependenee contained a paragraph
against the King for sustaining slavery
In the Colonies (Oiecly's American
Conllkt. vol I p 34).
The real commencement ol the Revo
lution was the Boston mncsacie. .March
5, 177(1 The leader of the American!
was a colored man Crispns AttiiLks, to
whom a monument stands eicited on
Uoton Common He was a teal leader.
Previous to the massacre he addiessed
a spirited letter to the British Gover
nor of the Province of Massachusetts
(Adam's Works. Vol. II p ?.1l). lie
fore the Deilaratlon of Independence,
colored soldiers were found tliiough
out the American army and the black
regiment of Rhode Island will never
be overlooked even b) the most cnbiiul
student of our history. The Continen
tal Congress, Januar lfl, 177C, resolv
ed. ' That the free Negroes who hava
served faithfully In the army at Cam
bridge, mav re-enllst therein (Journal
of Congress. Vol II , p Ml
Now, then If Oiir space permitted, 1
would go more minute! Into this mat
ter nnd I could show from statistic,
of the War Dep-irtment ut Washing
ton thnt colored Americans who In
evei department of the Continental
Aimv as non-iommlsloned olhceH
and ns soldleis. and the records of
leglslatmes and of Congress show
that the fought with distinguished
braveiv Kverett sail f the Hunker
Hill monument It Is th monument ol
the da "of the event of the buttle of
Runkcr Hill, of all th bravo men
who shaied Its pel lis alike of Pros
cott ami Putnam and Warren, the
show you the BEST
goods for the
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
is only half
without nn"AL VISTA"
Takes pictures of high water
falls, of gioups or broad land
scapes with a scopo of nearly
Usea films and loads In day
light. It Is a wonder. Write lor
Photo Supply Co
Did ou ever think to look nt the
-, label on the oan wTien ou have
bad somo fiult or vegetables
that aie leally choice?
Look foi the label
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The place to get pure Konn coffee Is
at C. J. Day s grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh ourselves at tho
First National Saloon
L Thurston and son aie booked
for tin Ventura tomoirow.
Ileward for return of shawl lost at
1151 I nlon stiet. See nil page S
P C Jones Is booked to nrilve lit
Honolulu In the Sonoma, due Jul) 9
Di C. 11 Wood Is expected bai k from
the .Mainland on the Sonoma, due beiu
A to lewnrd Is offered for Hi" ic tim
to the Hawaiian Hotel of an i:.is,tiu.iu
Kodak lost June 17.
For baby carriages and sew In? ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
M A Oonsalves, the photographer,
will be absent from town foi several
weeks on account of bad health
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez nnd a
number of mounted police of V.na did
good work nt the Fourth of Jul cham
plonshTp boat taces at Pearl Harbor
t'.eorge linns of Walluku came to Ho
nolulu In the Claudlnc en route to New
York where he will visit his mother
On his wa east he will stop at Colora
In the baseball game between Puna
hou and Custom House teams Saturday
afternoon, tho former came off vlctoi-
lous b a score of 11 to 2. This was tho
onl.v league game
Tho sewing branch of the Women's
(lillld of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
meet tomorrow (Tuesda) at 2 o clock
In tho afternoon at tho residence ot
Mrs Kopke. Kcwalo street.
lleniy Martin, deput sheriff of Kail,
was among tni- arrivals (n tlie Maun.i
l.oa I'rlda) last He will remain In the
" for a little while stud)nK police
methods In order to do belter work In
his new position.
In the Police Court Saturday, th
case of II Hartman, charged with ma
llelous Injur was nolle prosd In tin
case of larceny In the second degree
delendnnt was committed tu the Or
cult Court for trial.
The flags used to mark otf the course
for tho Kouith of Jul championship
races were still In position Sunda and
man of those on the trulns that pass
ed by the place had occasion to "row
the two grent events over ugaln
Judge IMce Is hearing the closing ar
gument In the dnmogo suit of .Male I.o
renzen of the Imrkentlne' Iringard
against the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company. Tlio case has de!acd
the Fe'deral court's vacation which was
to have begun today.
B) Thursila next tho trolle wire
for tho remainder of the Rapid Transit
line on King street, between Alapnl
and Fort streets, will ho sluing, and
cars placed upon that section to eon
tied nt Alupal street with the track
now being updated to the Walklkl
Hon. Ilniold M Scwall made the
nominating spueli In the convention
which named Congiessman Charles K
l.lttlcflcld as the standnid beiucr for
the fall eampiltn. and ulso plaed an
Important part In framing the part
platfoim on which the Republicans ol
Maine go before the people.
The Klnau. which arrived at fi o'clock
this morning fiom Illlo and njy ports,
sails again on her regular run at noon
tomorrow The Claudlnc sails foi Maui
ports at !i o'clock tomorrow afternoon
and the V O Hall gets away at the
tamo time for Kauai ports The ..launa
I.ua sails for I.nh.ilin Maaliua, Knni
and Kan ports at noon
In the write-up of the Fourth of Inly
festivities In the Bulletin S.iturda
mention should hive In en made of the
estellcnt work of the police In keeping
the ciowds In an ordeilv and nonob
stunting iiiiulltlou 'Hits was p.utlcu
lirl nolle able nt tin lucvvnikh on the
Capitol giiiunils In tin evening when
the plan wax slmplv Jimnnd The
poliie did theli wmk ill a quit I and
(UUil'oiiN uiniiuei c illlug foil ii all
1 1 ? i
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bon Broker,
You need n Vacation Boot,
something firm nnd solid some
thing )oii enn wear all during our
outing suitable for walking, rid
lug or biking, we have thee In
tin cc grades, $3.50 $4.50 anil $5 00.
Any of these ou will nnd full of
comfort st)le and lots of wear
FIRE ASSOCIATION, ef PUiukfj-fc)
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, it &
Offices Stangenwald Hit-, Ken
chant Street. TeL iKiia SCC
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JULY ;, ifts
NAME OF STOCK
. I'm cc
We have some left, how
ever so better come earl
If ou want one.
We have them, some plain
white enamel and others
with brass trimmings; sides
open out so ou tan put
them by our bed.
They are the prettiest
cribs made and prices are
FURNITURE CO,, Limite
Ants do, It given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
! Honolulu Drugstore
C. Brtmr ft Cotnrtny
NS StchsDO Co.L'l
I B. Km It Co., Ltl
Bi Pttntttlon Co
Hiwtitin Com c Su Co
Htwtlltn Sutir Co .
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co ..
Haiku Sofar Co
Kafiuku Plantation Co
Klh.t Plant Co .m,
Clpahutu Sugar Co ...
KoIai Sugar Co . .
0hu Sugar Co ,
Onomta SugarCo .
Ookala Suiar Plan Co
Otaa Su Co, Li , a)
OlaaSu Co Lt4 pi up i
PaauhauSu Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Ppkeo Si gar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agri Co . .
Wilmea Mill Co
Wilier SteanuhlD Co
Inter-filani Steam N Co
Hawaiian Liectric to
Hon RarlJ T & L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Ry & L Co
Hawaiian dov 5 rer cent
H1I0M RCo 6 per cent
Hon PjbIJ Tranftll
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent
uanu kslw per c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, C
Walalua Agr'cul ope
Sales lit Hawaiian Klesjrx- fumisi
11 $S7"in 9 Hawaiian Httr Ora
pail) J87 5U. lull It T UCn.JBl.
Still inhe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In nit Its branches, and will be pleased
to sco all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with nny other shop.
STOCK AND BOND 6RK3-
HONOLULU STOCK CXCKrtflttML
Orders for tho purobcm cr cata A
stocks and bonds c&refoly anl prnattf
ly executed. Loans ncitiC. .
flum those, who h id i ves lo n e
win in mm
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg, Merchant & Alakea Sts.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
- This name Btnnds foi uualit)
-You will nlwu)s Ilnd S. d W,
-goods to be choice, and we guar--antee
them. Money back If the)
-nre not satisfactory.
- Don't nsk our grocer merely
-for tho best. He will give you
-the best he has, of course. Ask
-for and Insist on getting S. & W.
Tho Popular Grocery.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF t :
Safe Work of All Kinds,
Etc.. Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
chiefs of the drv and the. coloied mimv niiiuuei of pi.i'-e foi the il pjitimnl
Snlcm who Is repoited to li.ivo biioi
the gallant Pttralm as he mounted tho
pirnpet Oiations and Specs lies ot
Kverett. Vol III p 5:".
Now, then, with tliete facts In mind,
uamcl' the services or colored Amei
icans In the Continental Army, tho
strong sentiment ni-alnst slavery exist
lug throughout the Colonies, except,
pel haps, in South Carolina and (leor
Bla, Jefferson's piotcst against It In
the VliglnU Legislature and In bis
oilglnal draft of the Declaration of In
dependence, nnd when ci.e remembers
the general political unrest In Curope
nnd especial! In Frame wheie men
were openl) proclaiming "Liberty
Knunllt), Fralenlt ' do ou think that
Mr.Thompson can falrl make Jefferbon
to mean, that all men nre not created
flee and eiiual but onl thosu "who
were capable of exercising tho fiiuctlons
of self-government. '
No, sir' such nn idea never entered
his mind Jelferson meant Just whni
he wrote. He did not wiite n glittering
generality He enunciated u nw but
nevertheless, n sound political doctrine
name!), the Inherent fieedom and
ecpiallty of all men, the natural right
of all men. of whntever race, color, oi
condition, to enjoy life Utility and the
pursuit of happiness the (iod-given
light of nil men evenwhere to live un
der Just laws of their own making,
even If they were not smh laws us oth
ers would enact, even If theirs weie
not regarded by otherb as good government."
T McCANTF STEWART
Honolulu, July 7, 1902.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST,
-If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
Thu Dark o tne Moon," by S R.
"Tho Master of the Paclllc," by A. It.
"Doroth) Vernon of llnddon Hall." by
Clias Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wbb In Flower").
Tho Illazed Tiall." by S. 1!. White.
"None Hut the Ilrave," by 11. Sears.
The Kenlons." by W. D Howclls.
"Tho Strollers," by P. S Ishain.
Tho Magic heel," l.y John Strange
The Hounds ot the Daskervlllcs," by
The Woniun Who Dared ' by Lnch
A House- Pnil. edltcil by Paul Lcl
c estel Ford
The above- aio only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what mn) be found on our
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 29J.
156 Hotel Street
corrected list of
If ou nre using a I.evvors .v
Cooke dlnrv call ot their offlc
and get u eoneeted list of
Fire Alarm Boxes
to take the plai i of the old list
Office Room 401, th flexv, I
wald Bldg. Pottoffice box NS; T-W-phono
Halstead & Co., lit
MONEY ADVANCUD OJf HXICA.
921 Fort Street
LEWERS & COOKE,
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND IKSUEAKCE.
-403 Judd Building:..
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
l'n to your friends. Only $1 a yar,
Sldnc no.vd, foimerly of the steam
ship Aiikliulln and a cateier vhue nbll
Itv has been pioved in Honolulu has
tnken the management of tie Palace
(ilill Into his hands an. I pionuses to d-i
the right thing bj everyone who will
but give him a trial He expectB to
start in tomorrow as icome little time is
neccsear) to put things In running ol
der again after the sudden and unex
pected depuituie of the lornic r propil
etor. Sid know3 his business and thru
is no doubt whatever that he will give'
the people of Honolulu the very best
In his line that the market atfords
1 lie Miicluints Fall promise h to do
vclop Into something that the Islands
will he pi oiul of As announce d, nppli
cations for space In the building were
leeilvcd ultei 12 o clock on Satiuilay
aft moon mul up to the pic-scnt time
the list stunds as follows with many
nun c who will be sine to nppl
Hawaiian Klcitilc Comp.ui
Haekfeld Ac Compan).
I'm I tie llanlnaio Compan
'I II Davles & Compan
California Feed Compan
'Hie Ceil Owens F.lcctilcal Company
Low cis k Cooke
('ashninii - Nelson.
( F llenlik Canlage Cotupaii)
(Ins Sehiim.in & Co , Ltd
Pailllc Vcblclo iv. Suppl) Compan)
W W. Ulmond & Co
i lie Peaison & Potter Co, Ltd
'I lie tli Ht eight of these are members
of tho Jlulldeis and Ti adore' llxchange.
showing that this boil has Its c)o open
to the Impoitaiiee of the Merchants
'I ho applications cover 2100 squaro
feet out of a total of tOOO which gives
promises that ever) foot will bo taken
up and that some of the "mnhopc" ones
will be left out In the cold.
A meeting of thu fair committee o!
the Meielunts' Assoc latlon was held on
Saturda and at that time It was decld
ed to olfei a ptle of $10 foi the Wl
'I be committee will let concession
foi the sale of sweetmeats and othe.
lefieshmeiils smh as Ice eicum nuts
soda Hiitei nulls and sandwiches
A Hiinlsou coutiactoi foi the fall
building, is getting his mateilai to
gether and will commence woik some
time this wcel- 'Ihe building will bj
cnusliiictci! with two dittanies fiuint,
on Hotel stieet, with a laige dooivvav
at the opposite end, which will lean
illicitl to the entinnio to the dilll
abed vhie the ngrlcultiual etxhlbii
will he iicld
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day eoants and more people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than any vv hero else.
Uacli department in charge of a sro-
Wallst and our operators aro graduate
dentists oi mo oesi-recoguizeu ucuuuin
In tho U S or tho world.
Wo have a largor staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro strictly up to date.
Wo can save )ou money on your den
tal work Wo will tell )ou In advance
exactly what your work will cobI by a
Full Plate of Teeth 5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
l-I. F. BERTELMAN'S
16 - M O V II D
To rear of old stand. Entriine o.
Kins, street. Orders left at either sio,
or office at John Note's store, Klai
street, will receive prompt attention.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Lfuntn.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Caix&.a-
Offlee, 79 Merchant Street, MuuCa.
Fred. L. Waldroit
P. O. Box 563; Tel BIuj 71 U Uoim
a, Sprecke'i DulldlLir.
All our lnttrumcnts aro thoroughli
BterllUed before use.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Uli'o Uulld'ng, Hotel StrceL
Ladles In Attendance.
' Hours, S a m to 6 p. m.
Sunda) s, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
E. W. JORDAN 1
linn JuHt received ex. 3
'ALAMEDA" n lull line
ot the celebrated "Ji
9- Also a bid choice In the
I "PING PONG" GAME
y Come curly nnd suve -f
- belnjv dUnppolnted. s
fc No 10 Store
Fort Street 3
Kt t- V .