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I2VEN1N0 nULLKTIN. HONOLULU, H. T, FRIDAY, Jt'LY 11, 1902.
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Jt I.Y 11 1902
The full slgiiiflinme of the with
drawal of Prince Jounh Kulanhtnaole
from the Home Hole iait should be
impressed upon the mind of etorj tot
ir of these Islands It Is the ait of r.
tn.in who marks well ctir) step he
takes, cool headed, fair minded,
thoughtful and desirous uf sertlng the
best interests of the people.
Prince Cupid did not leave bis p.ut
in a fit of unger He was not a disap
pointed candidate He did not fathei
ixtraordlnnr measures oi attempt to
force upon his parly proceedings un
usual to the proper conduct of u politi
Prince Cupid stood for a fall repre
sentation of all brum, lies of his part)
a rule of the majority , fairly and free
ly expressed In the pilmnry ballot. Ha
bad no deep laid plot to work out. no
Sinister motive to satisfy. He believed
the action of his patty should have Its
sounc In the expression of the people
rather than I lie inbltrary mandate of a
leader or lenders as to what the peoplo
should do His work was open and
above board In the convention and dur
ing his connection with the pally pre
ceding the contention
Ills positive stand for icgulai pro
ceedlngs created some friction unions
his associates and with a view to uni
fying all forces an agreement was
reached among the leaders that the con
stitution mid by-laws which tbo
younger dement had framed should ho
adopted This agrremint was as bind
ing as any peisonal, any party or niiv
platform piomlso could be It was made
as man to man and in the Interests of
harmony, which is tho ulm of etiry
party organization, except appaiently
that over which Delegate Wilcox now
Hut this agreement was baldly cold,
indeed nut twenty-four hums old be
fore those who had given tbeli word tu
the Prince violated their promises and
with a whoop of joy eelebiated their
perfidy by voting tbo proposed consti
tution down and out.
It is to bo supposed other constitu
tions would have done as well, it Is to
bo presumed the younger element of
the Hawaiian party would readily have
acceded to changes There was no ar
bitrary demand that each word and
sentence should be accepted as written
without discussion by tho convention
llut no discussion was allowed Prom
ises were ridden down rough shod. No
man of Integrity, no man with respect
for himself or regard for those he rep
resents could countenanco such an ex
hibition of dishonesty as that to which
Prince Cupid and the younger Hawa
ilans of the Homo Rule party were
treated yesterday afternoon.
There was but one thing to do and it
As I'rlnce Cupid himself has said, II
these leaders wero so faisu to their
promises in tho convention what have
tho peoplo to expect from them in ad
mlnlsteilng tho affairs of the Territory
or fulfilling their platform declarations
Prince Cupid s firm bland for decency
and Justice has by no means relegated
him to the stables of disabled politi
cians. He has lost no prestlgo with tho
voters uf this Territory. Ho has
strengthened the position ho has hlth-
crto held In the community of being i
man of good judgment and strict In
tcgrltj Prince Cupid Is old enough and
fully capable of framing his own des
tiny without suggestion His notion
howccr, has led to such marked
changes In the political alignment ol
the Territory and Is icrttnln to bo
fraught with such far reaching results
tb.it Prince Cupid of all others comes
to the fiont as tbo man of the hour lie
hi. left his ,..rt because be bellote
In Justice. Intelligence mid fair
I... Ills station In the communis hi.
struggle tu iletelnp political nrtlon
among the Hawaiian-Amu leans to
higher levels, nml his stilit Inlerpie
tatlou of his duty mark him ns one
full cnpible of tnrrlng the honors
and responsibilities of the highest elei
tlte position in the gift of the voters ,
of this Tirrltorv the Delegate to
Maine s struggles with the problbl
t.in Inw are highly Interesting Thcjlho ..o)(1 folkR-. of ,)lc ,)arty anit the
enforcement of the law Is In the bands i
if county sheriffs, and with a tlevv to'
...,..,.. ..... ...i .i.i.. .i, ni.u.!'sieruuy niicrnoon, are now expen
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cms of Cumberland county elected
'Ret. Mr Pearson sheriff Pearson
gate the llqnor dealers the warmest
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"tir.tesi era it uas ctei Known ,ts
anticipated, Penrson failed of re noml
intlon except nt the hands of tbo Pro '
hlbltlon party, which means he will not
be reelected. Republicans of nn ad
Joining county hovvuver, have been1
Btriie-K bt the tvate of reform and nom '
Inated Rev. C S Cuminlngs. another
eneigetlc Methodist minister, as their
candidate for sherra. nu will proli- tbeie Is no question but what he would
ably be elected and the county given a H-c "ecu able to sway the contention
. .. ... , ... . ,.!, i, as before but, us he says, he was so
dry t mo tor two years, when Cum .. .,..,, n. , .., .,
' disgusted at the breaking of faith nl
mlngs will also probably be retired the two recognized leadeis of the Homo
These dry times In Individual coun Hulo party that he remained silting,
ties of the prohibition Stat- represent .not vouchsafing a single remark.
"onclence periods" passed along1 Thcie Is another factor that has on
. . ,, i tered the field today which may prove
horn one county to another as a re of , ,j)e ,, w.
minder that the prohibition law Is on cornwell. one of the most Important
the hooks. Should etery lounty of the members of tbo Dcinoiratlc party, re
Stale elect a parson slicrltT. and the eelved leecntly n communication fioni
. . . ,, . I, Senator Ulackbuin, one of the mcinbcj.ij
liquor traffic actually stopped In even of lh(, lommlssIon tBBl t0 comc ,,,,
city nnd town, the people of Mnlno P00Ui lu i,ch lc advUcd a fusion ol
would piobnbly repeal their prohlbi the Home Rule and Democratic parties
lory law because of Its proving too f the members of the latter party saw
, , , ., , , lit to cany out such a plan,
much of a good thing. I .... . , . ., ,
W cox evidently knew of t h s p an
"Our Domain," the title of a flro
works display scheduled by a piomlneiit
American bouse, Is tliuu described "A
mammoth combination shell which, at
100J feet, releases a large bomb with
red, green, blue und t hlto stais rep i
lesentlng tho United States, followed)
by n gold shell representing Alaska,
lollowed by n silver shell for Porto III j
to, and finishing with a niimhei' ot
smaller shells for tho Philippines. '
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Th s piece won d be complete if It had I
Hawaii represented soniowheio along
tho lino with sugar to burn.
Aside from Its ceneiul benefits to tbo
city, the Mei chants Pair ought to bo
the means of convincing our business
n en that it is now possible for Hawaii
to place in St Louis one of the most
extensile and nttractlte exhlhlls otcr
sent from theso Islands
And It will
pay to do it
suiely win out over Wilcox tilth an
Delepato Wilcox's efforts to bar- oterw helming majority
monlze bis party evidently stuited too1 As has been already stated, the situ
late in the game It must be admitted """'' ut l'""it Is In statu quo and It
., . ., . , . i will not be until this afternoon that i
uiai cue i.eieg.ue is a pciweriui void
getter lint me test or ins managerial
ability has found him sadly wanting
The Philippine bill as llnally 'passed
by Congress p.oild.s the Cest gotcrn
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tlio Americans of the Philippines find
i old comfort in the elimination of eon
Ihe outcome of the Internationa
war oler the possession of Marcus Isl
and will be awaited with hated breath
rs pa ps ra pa Pa M Ma r-a Pa r-a Pa
By Hon. SAMUEL DAVIS WOODS, Congressman from California.
Politics is not n science In the larger
sense In which tho term science is used
Ily a confusion of terms, however, poli
tics has In a measure become synony
mous with statesmanship. If politics
means statesmanship then it Is a
science, foi statesmanship Is the art ot
government, the pioduct of the sclenco
which lies at the root and Is the sub
stance of statesmanship
Politics us popularly understood Is
the art of manipulating votes by means
fair or foul, and thereby seeming u
eontiol ot governmental nffulrs, wheth
er it be municipal or national,
'Iho pure politician Is usually- n sec
ond rate man, and works along lines
far below tho statesman. Theso diffei
ent grades of men Illustrate tbo diffei -eneo
between politics and statesman
ship To llliibtiate personal!), we maj men
tion Illcbnrd Cioker of New York, as a
politician, and the Hon George V Hoar
United States fcenator from Massachu
setts us a statesman
There Is an alinobt Immeasurable ills
tanco between the piocesses of tho
statesman and tho politician and the
arenas within which tuey work Tlio
statesman has stood for all of the high
est possibilities of this Government
open to the mental and moral constitu
tion of man, within tho breadth of our
constitutional liberty, and has applied
Ilrjnn's refusal to harmonize with
the Clot eland ttlng of tbo Democratic
party reads cr much like nn edict
liom the Home Utile nort of Hawaii
The Senatorial Commission will bo
Interested to know that nccordlng to
a morning piper their minds are al
ready inndo up before they orrlvo.
The Republican party has no occn
slnn to worr Its head titer the proper
( candidate for Delegate If prince Cupid
wl" consent to run.
ilral-ln.T ftc ,1MC , rne ,c
SI LIT 0F HOME KULERS IS
LIKLLY TO LHAU
TO KEW HAWAIIAN PARTY
(Continued from Pago 1 )
any tumble There Is no question
I whatever tint he would hate a largo
follow Inn from this Island. Maul and
knunl aie not certain quantities jet
hut there Is no question that with or
ganized campaigning, Prince Cupid
could get a following that would sur-
It let of nt nil nn tnil niiftinHtt flint
women who did such an unnecessary
amount of squealing at the convention
enclng an attack of "cold feet" for they
kn0tt tlle ,)tmer ,lat irce Cuplu
could wield as evidenced by his speech
In the contention on the afternoon oi
uienrsniay Aimai ume, me conven
Hon had fully decided to follow the
nth,ce ot U)e ..,,, folka., un(, ol(,
against the appointment of a commit
tec to revise the constitution and by-
taws, uy means oi insi a lev, convinc
ing arguments Included In a speech
I in.ic uiu nut iuhi uver cwo minuter.
Prince Cupid succeeded in turning the
"" completely and mo result was mat
the contention toted for the proposl-
Ion. Had the Prince mado mi hli
mnil lo 8Iu.aU on tnc nmtter yesterday.
on the part of Senator Hl.ickburn pro'
tlous to leaving Washington for as
soon ns the split bad taken place lu the
contention yesterday, he sent a com
inundation to Mr. Cornwell by means
uf flu. sni rpt.irv nf the contention nsk-
lg ,,,, for l0I,fcrc,lcc on tlicrinattu.
it will be seen fiom this that thero is
u full realization on the pait of tlu
It....... t..)n no It l.i fit imcnlil
Home Rule pally us It Is ut piescul
.. .instituted, or thn crate dancer that
,irt.ltultt , piaiib arc already being
nude for a combination. Mr V'ornttoil
will meet Delegate Wilcox hut it Is not
likely that any undcistnndliig on tho
,' ,' , ,,,,
plan pioposcd by Senator Ulackbiiiu
w,, C0I11C aboul So far aB tlc lm)ig
Intelligent portion of the Democratic
p.uty Is concerned, thero Is not much
lote for Delegate Wilcox.
The advice all ovei me streets louay
to the young men who left the conven
lion yesterday nttunoon Is for them lu
lem.iln an Independent factor oui fur
the bist good ofthe gicatcst number ut
l'etle '""' tills. It is sail, mcy
will pull in iiuny uiiicrcni cannula
and will, vvllh l'llnee Cupid fin their
candidate foi Delegate to Congiess.
Ugil8,ou or any kln(1 8 riMcheil as to
t,c ,,!,, r the future However, tho
I young men who luoko away ye-steid.iv
aio hard ut woik today nnd piomlso
tometblng definite by tomoiioiv at
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IIIUIIIIIl. illlUU tlllll IUI IMUV liuouu "
dl)I)B n )ul of K00,, lmrd thinking in
i order that they may bo able to conn
, before tho people when tho time U
il'Pe. ciuine.i in BiiiiieiiiuiB i.iuie- man
Ignoinuce and torlorn hopes
III Wood who was expected back lu
the last steamei fioiq the Coast, will
be hcie In the stiamei of Monday next
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa P-a Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
to bis work a piofound appreciation ol
what lu mentally and morally possible
to oui nice, wiougbt in hciolc nays of
tentimes, bb It was in tho Civ II War,
when tho ficedom of oui race hecauio
the mot al demand of the times
To the large duties of bis otllec he has
applied at all times a splendid opti
mism He has firm belief in tho ultl
mate good effect of our civilization
upon whatever race the same is up
piled. He Is hopeful of the speedy en
llghtenniint of tbo heteiogeneoii!
tribes nt (bo Philippine Islands. Thlf
hope ha J madejiim impatient with the
present piocesses In thou Islands on
the part of our Government, and vet he
declares that nil will bo light lu the
This conclusion Is based upon bla
scientific knowledge of the moral folic
of oui Institutions und Constitution
und which conclusion is the evidence
that statesmanship Is a science to him
who thorough!) appieclates Its office
A lev lew of the politicians manage
incut of inbiilclp.ll ulfaliH, through the
machinery of nn oirntilzallun opeuit
Ing foi goveinuieut.il eontiol, foi per
sonal piofit alone Is perhaps the moM
forcible llhistiatlon of his work In Am
erlcun life Continstlng stub men and
their opcintloiis, we bellevo we are safe
In saying that politics In the liner scns
Is not a science, white statesmanship la
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Lincoln Neb , June 23 - W J l)r
nn todn declared his uunlteiable op
position to the "hurmonv ' program
prcpaied b Giover Cleveland at tho
Tlldeii Club dinner ill Now Yoih His
absent c li oil) the humionv dinner at
New Yoik Is prett well explained by
a statement git en out b.i him tonight
imiiinentliig on tho dlimei llrtnn
sns there Is no such thing as Demo
untie luuinoni where fornu-i Presl
dent Cleveland Is conierned Ho says
The banquet given on the evening
of June tilth by tho Tlldeii Club ot
New oik was advertised as a bar
moil) meeting' but It tinned out to
lie wh.it might hate been expected of
Hiuh n gathering, an oiutlou to the
chief guest u former Demount Giotor
Cleteland Theie can be no Mich
thing as harmony between men like
him unci those who believe In Demo
u.itlc pi mi Iides, and he Is ft auk
enough to sal so He spent no time
looking foi 'middle giound' upon
which to gather together the discord
cut elements Ho boldly called upon
the niemlieiH of the pait) to abandon
their convictions and accept tho cou
sliiiitlou which he places upon Demo
c 1 1 tic- pilnilplcs Ho even taunted
the party vvllh being n sort of prodigal
sen und Invited it to glvo up its diet
of husks und leturn to Its father's
"He spoke of his retirement from po
lltlcnl nitlvlly and said, 'Perhaps there
aru those who would tleflno my position
as nno of banishment Instead of retlio
nient. Against this I shall not enter a
protest. It Is sufficient for me In elth
oi ease that ' huto followed on the
mntteiH of difference1 ttlthln our party
the teachings nnd counsel of tho great
Demon ut in whoso name party pearci
and hnimony are tonight Involved. Na
ronfesslou of party sin should, thou:
fine, be expected of me I hnto nom
to in a he. nor do I crave political ubso
bit Ion '
"Ho not only boaslccl of his course
but put bis In and upon those who sal
ut meat with him Having asserted
that his 1)( iiHieiatlc faith Impelled him
to lout i' the pait) (or iiMiilted In till
IiouIhIiiim nt) bo ileseillied the bnn
ijm-lf'lH as shining that fate
lie Is not oui) delimit, hut ho Insists
that pail) success can only ho secured
h) nu opt n und mowed i e turn to his
Ideas Harmony Is to bo seemed not
b) the Bupptobslou of differences, but
by tho elimination of those who differ
from him "
llr.van sajs ho will print In his pa
por Mi. Cleveland's Bpecch "to show
Hint tho reorganizcrs do not want liar
mony, but control, and that their con
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PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
tiol means the abandonment ot the
art)'s position and. a return tu the
policies and practices ol Mr. Clcvc?
lands second administration"
U continues "He (Cleveland) so
tuied his nomination In 1892 by a so
ciet bargain with the financiers, tills
committee collected from the corpora
tirns and Hunt the largest campaign
fntd the puity ever had, ho filled hll
(ablntt with corporation agents and
placed railroad uttotno)s on tbo
I l.lted States bench to look nftci the
Intel ests of tbeli foimcr clients Ho
turned tho Tieasui) over to a Wall
snoot svndlcato, and tho financial
member of his official rumlly went
liom Washington to become the prl
vate nttoine) of tho man who foieesC)
the Treasury Department to sell him
I I nils nt 105 and then to-sold them at
117 He tiled to pi event tho adoption
of tho Income tax provision, refused
to sign tho onl) inilff leloim measure
..iseod slnco the tvni, and while tliun
eViln' ngaluht tlio trusts In his mes
sixes did oven loss than Knox bin
i.ono to Interfeto with their high
1 untied methods
"Ills admlnlstiutlon, Instead ot being
a fountain of llemocrniy sending
lorth puio and relreshing streams, bo
came n t.tngu.int pool from whose wa
teis tool tapors aiose poisonous to
tin so who Hngeiotl near
"Hating debauched his party, h
fas offended b) its effort to reform,
ifd gave comfort to tho enemy. VI r
ruiltis killed bis daughter to savo her
cUstlty .Cleveland stabbed his part)
to pi event Its letinn to tbo paths pi
t I till'
"And now, still gloating over his po
l'tleal cilmes, ho Invites tho party to
return to him nnd apologize for tffc
contempt which It has expressed for
Inn Will It? N"ot until tho prlncl
pies or Jeffeison me forgotten nnd tho
works of Jackson cease to Inspire."
BRYAN AS 0088.
(hand Island, Neb, Juno 21. The
Democratic- and Populist State conten
tions met In this city today, tho former
opening nt 2 o'clock and the latter an
hour later At midnight the two con
tentions are In deadlock over tho nom
Inntlon foi Governor, The Democrat!
ure contesting lor Constantino .1.
bm)th, former Attorney General, and
tho Populists tenaciously cling to
.Matthew r Harrington Notwlth
stundlng tbo deudlock, howcter, thd
sentiment appears ulmost universal
that fusion on tho entlie ticket will be
William a Bryan bad been on the
ground .ill day, and his Influence was
p.ulul) visible In the uctlon of tno two
bodies and to his good olllces Is due tn
a gieul extent the harmon) which ban
come out of vvliut ut one lime seemed
to lie ti somewhat tuibiilent body oi
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Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Wm. Q. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : x. H.
an Francisco Agents The Na-
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
an Francisco Tkn mh. .-.
Uonal Bank of Ban Francisco.
uonoon Tne Union Dank ol Lon
Net York American itTh,,. u..
Chicane Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit Lyonnaii.
erlln Drosdner Bank.
Honokonn and ViLnh.,a n..-
kong-Bhanghal Banking Corporation.
Ntjw Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
DopoBiti received. Loam made in
approved security. Commercial oad
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Bs
change bought and sold.
collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE SJ, 1S0T, IS0.O-U.37.
Mosey loaned on approvoa securlt.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposit's.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean. Prest
nentri - A' Wilder, Vico President;
&L.H..iray' Treasurer; A. V. Gear.
A. V. GEAR.
12:801:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24.000,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Rcserted Fund yen 8,710,C0n
HEAD OFFICR. YnK-fiiTAiuri
Tho Dank buys .nnd ronlvn. A. .c
lection Dills of Eichango, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transact a
general banking business.
On Fixed pBP .,
lSI)0B.lto . Pm "num.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months ij
For S months j
Dranch of thn Yokohama Specie Dank.
New Republic Bid., lh Kine Stree
Etc., Etc. (
6ct of 5 maps,, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sal. at office ot , . .
THE . . .
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register their
61819 or Territory at the "
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
U1UECTORS - J. L. McLean. A,
A. Wilaor. A. V. Gear. O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keoci, J. A. Lyi.
Jr, J. M. LltUe, ii. S. Boyd.
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