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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Jt. T., .MONDAY, JULY 14, 1902.
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Home Ilule haimonv Is a long time
coming to the point of reality
Judging from the deliberations ot
the Republican Central committee Sat
urday night, one of the first things to
do Is to get In touch with the outsldo
Having obtained practical!) all the
land needed, Uncle Snm ought now to
be ready to spend n few dollars mak
ing Pearl Harbor the greatest naval
station of the Paclllc
Division of the unwieldy voting pio
clncts on this Island will be grutfjlns
to all parties anil do much to nssist 'n
votcrs on election da) As the Govjru
or has the authorlt) to make changes,
it is to be hoped he will not dela) tho
The refusal of Kllauea to do more
than Kick up a dust leaves Hawaii un
decided whether to regret the los,s ot
tourist trade or be Jo) fill over the dem
onstratlon to Mainland fi lends that an
outbreak at Martinique dots not pen
tend serious results In Hawaii.
The result of Saturdays ball game
was distressing to the leaders of the
league but it. changed the averages In
a vva) that will nxsure puLlle Inteiest
throughout the reason A walk over is
pleasing to tho supporters of an Indi
vidual team, but a close fight bitwcoi
well balanced aggregations Is what
draws the crowds and keeps up general
Interest In the game
With Senator Crnlilie entering the list
of possible candidates for Deli gate.
there promises to be no luik of good
material foi the party to draw upon in
fighting Wilcox The Ilulletln has felt
that Ciabbe's position as n hold-over
Senator would lead the part) to let
well enough alone and not nin the risk
of losing Its present hold In the local
Legislature. Should the Home Rule
forces by any mlstaKe comu together
and thereb) put Prince Cupid out of the
contest In nil) way, the Republicans
need to do some close Ilgurlng on poa
fcibllltics. Senator Crabbo Is undoubt
edly capable of carr)ing the responsi
bilities of the Dilegatcshlp, but It is n
question whether the party can afford
to run the chance of losing its hold In
the Senate whlc.li seems to bo the objec
tive point of the opposition forces.
As the time tor tho Republican Te.n
torlal convention appioaches, tho ie
spectlve advantages of Honolulu nnd
Hllo for the assembl) coma up for dls
cusslou Hllo certainly has good rou
boh to expect favorable acilon from the
coinmittee Two years ago a Cielt
agreement was mndo that Hllo should
have the 1902 convention. I'urthcr
more. Judged lrom the returns of fie
last election Hawaii has mmu need for
tho unlf)lng force tho enthusiasm of a
convention naturally "carries with It
than Oahu Kvery act should bu mado
to count this year as never before, and
delegates from this nud other Islands
tun well nfford tho additional Inconve
ulenco or expense occasioned by the
Hilo trip. If gieater pirty strength can
be secured Hllo Is entitled to tho con
veiitlnn and If duo Importune-! Is given
tho necessity of making inroads in
strongholds ot tho enemy, Hllo will gst
Tho Advertiser's strugglo to malco l!
appear that the Ilulletln controls mcs
sages over the wireless telegraph sys-
tem is highly amusing First, the Ad-
ertlscr charged the Bulletin had
soothed the Mahukonn telegraph and
Kohala telephone operator Into Indif
ference ocr the transmission of Ad
ertlser messages These operators
have published n statement that they
were on duty but did not receive any
message for the Advertiser There non
remains the llamakua and llllo odlco
which, according to the Advertiser sup
pressed Its messages In the Interests
of the Hiilletln The nonsense of the
Advcrtlscrs charge Is plain to all fair clary Its most brilliant light. Setting
thinking men Neither the telephone pcrsonnllt) lslde It can bo safely said
companies nor the telegraph compan It""' n J"'kp with n keener Insight In
arc suppressing nn dispatches In or. ,lo the law than Judge Humphre5s. will
, . . ., , ,. , ., never grnce the bench of the Hrst Clr-
der to favor this paper Knowing tbuCi,lt of llavvnll
unncuiiv or gemng long eiispatciici
over the telephone svstcms of Hawaii ,
the Ilulletln representative got up earlj
In the morning and "hustled " If tlia
A,i.ti... i,.,i ,inn. ,. ..n. ii .i.i
iav iii ituuv mi. ruinv ti nuiini i
doubtless have had no occasion to fill
Its space with a lot of false charges
U08TONC8C A QUUUR LOT.
Iloston Is a queer place end Its lead
ing lights of Intelligence, religion and
statesmanship do some might) queer
things at times A short time ago somo
of these lights assembled under the
leadership of Ilev. Charles V Dole to I Congress, In opposition to Wllcoxlsm.
cast their refulgente over Itev Mr. 'provided he would consent to nccept the
Dole's cousin, our Governor Ourl""0 ,U oul.l wnt hi. most bitter op-
ponents an effort to forget the past,
Governor evident!) Intoxicated by the mit COIltrnst Gf what Humphrevs
surroundings said some things better' could effect In Congress for the Isl-
left unsaid, but the general sentiment
of the gathering seemed to be one of
approval of President Iloosevelfs most
iccent acts anil expressions hearing on
the affairs of this Terrltorj
On Thursday. June 27. however, wo,1'"''1) n""1" ltto mr lnore of w"
find the Rev. Charles P Dole who
piloted and applauded our Governor,
was on the stage In Pnneuil hall witli
an niitl-lmpcrlat outfit Including Slxto
Lopez of Manila, and applauding to
the ceho the remarks of the Immortal Club's new home In New York h.se
Gamaliel Ilradford, nlso V. llourke evening, ex President Grover Clove
Cochran who spent their time critlcls- lani1 ttaa Presented to the people of llw
, , ..,,,, ,' United States ns the leader of tho
Ing In severe terms the Harvard and IK.,llocl.ntk. party rt.llrnlllB to hu ott
Iloston speeches of the President as i ,,, n,i,rc81t tll0 occasion Ml
well ns his general ' Imperial" polli) Cleveland poke ns u vulccllttorlun.
The gathering in which Itev Chnrlei giving n fniowill message of ndvico
P Dole took part passed this lesolu- B"' counsel to his fellow partisans, but
(jon. .while giving him ciedlt foi entire sin
eerily In his announced desire to ie
'To the Congiess of the I'nlted Stutes lire permanently from public life, thn
"We, the undcitlgned, assembled Intact was made abundantly evident el
Pnncuil ball toda), Thursday, June 20, last evening's gathering thai the prlr.
P.iO.'. respectfull) petition jour honor-1 clpul me-iubeis of the party, tho m..'i
able body that Apollnnrlo Mablnl, ho will direct Its nllnirs and tontio'
llmllio Agulnaldo and oilier like rep- ,tB actions In the Immediate future
resmtntlve nilplnos, be allowed to ,u,rt, nol 01ly vt IllltiK but determliU'd
come to the United States to submit tllat cirover Cleveland suould retmn
their views and give Infoimatlon to tho m.rmaneiitlj to tho position as lencW
American government within hearing r thc National Democracy riom which
of the Amerkaii people 'he was displaced by the ilrjan'te
llourke Cocman's eh.iracterization ot j whirlwind In 1J0.
the President's poll,) as a pait of the , '" 'l'"i"'B "ds pla.e as tho manag
,, . . ,.., , , , , , ling director or his party. Mr. Clove-
history of political enor In hl',,ani, ,,ltlnctl r.inulntc-.l tho rKrnn.
virtuous men perform rather question-' ,,. ,ho party Is to fallow fiom thin
able nits. was greeted with "laughti" I time forvvaid Ihe Democracy is to
and npplause." sa)s tho icport of thn make Its appeal to tho people of this
meeting. Cochran also said country on the same Ibsuo which .u
abandoned at the Instance of the Pop
The President of the I'nlted Stutes ullsts the Issue which has always been
has Just delivered an address at llnr- the corner-stone or the partj's pollev
vard t'liiveislt) In which he set forth the issue of hostlllt) to piotectlun and
his conception of Imperialism. As i of opposition to the tni Iff b stem Inau
read It I have no doubt of its entile ln- Bitned and maintained by the Renin
eeilt). nor eould un)ho.l question tha.Unn8 , amlg,ent or the Repub
high character which is pledged for lf u.,.n ,.-. nl, ,lf .., iieMmlillenn ml
utterance, but the same Is equal!) true
of the great addresses that vveie dc
!",.". nnt ,H,,r . '
inlted States Congress, the Senate and
the House of Representatives. Good
men Pleached slavei) as a divine In
stitutlon fr m pulpits ami Inuve men
fought for It nnd nobodv doubts their
slneerlty. but It Is propel I should say
to you this evening that thc conception ,
of Imperialism which Mr Roosevelt has
prebcnted his fellow citizens us an en-i
terprlse of clvlllzutlon of conveislon
and of liumnn Improvement Is vvholl)
mistaken and erroneous Imperialism!
in this country and all over tho world.
Is always have been nnd always must
be coupled with nil unconquerable aver-
slon to labor. (Applutioe) It is a de-
she for propert), produced not by lion-1
est Industry, but b) plunder, b) those
ve lw, impl -
VVllO lOVCt '
Cocktnn also stirred the applauding
risibilities of his stage associates b) I
the following renuiks
'Can two Filipinos set tills coutitr)
on flic, consume the Capitol, endangn I
Mr Roosevelt's nerve out
Pieslclcnt Is u will known athlete, hut
I know him well enough to ussuie you
that he can get round a icuucr qulcklv
unci if it turns out that impiilallsm In
a doubtful polllliul Investment why
thlit) elavs aftn the next election )ou
will llinl him atupliOlug some sugges
tions ho has already made dec luting
that ft "in the beginning he only alined
at the emiiui lpatlou of thosu distant
people and ilenounilng the Democrats,
who preventid his establishing Inde
pindenie there elghtien months he
Ordinarily Hawaii does not give the
vcibingc of llourke Coikran a passing
thought 'I he association of Rev ('has
P. Dole, who with Gorman I) Glltuan
gathered the duns to applaud out Gov
ernor, with tho men crjlng down tho
President's policy In the Philippines
and applauding tho thrusts of the "antl
Imperlnl" propaganda mukc9 them
wonder whether tho applause (hat
greeted tho President's policy In Ha-
nail comes from stalnarts on whom
the President and the Republican party
'can depend to carry elections and up-
hold national Integrity, or Is the tem
porary praise of knife wclldcrs pleased
at lia Ing carried n point The incident
furnishes food for thought The l!oi
tonesc are certainly queer lot.
JUUGii IIUMPIIIiCYB' IU18IGNA
TION IIIllo Tribune 1
The resignation of Judge A S Hum
Dli rev s takes from the Honolulu Jmll-
If 10 iionot bar cannot offer a
proper successor for tho place of Juelgo
.llumphrejs, Hllo can. The local bar
contnlnH n numljor of lnwjers who
l'l Brace with distinction the
bench to be abandoned by Judge Hum
MAUI WANT8 HUMPHREYS.
Now that Judgo Humphrey has re
signed from tho bench, he nattuallv
and logically becomes the most avail
able candidate on whom the whole peo
ple of the Territory. Independent of po-
luteal lines should unlto as delegate to
"nds. In comparison with the llkkcr-
",'K 'nan10n 1'"' wm.ox .s sin.-
clcnt tho wipe out the past A united
cfr,)lt ,,, cIcct niimpnrpylI, who by
the tta the planters have no need to
i fear, nnd a failure to take this step
CLCVHLAND AND DEMOCRACY.)
,U tho Inauguration of the Tllclm
mIlgtrotIon r R. lml)1,. re0nue,
WUH ,,, , ,,, most efft.ctUc r)(,In
c-ratlc fashion, which If savoring ol
, , ,, ot ,.
,. . . , , . .,
generation, will at nil events hnve the
'appeaiante of ttenelidnt argument ti
those wlio arc unacquainted with the
co,m of ol'' "mo tnrlfr '""UshIiiii
XN lll'tller Mr Cleveland continues to
eu' lH'rsonul direction to tho Democ-
"" bercarter or not, he has doubtless
sounded tho keynote which will donii
nato that harmony within tho party
celebrated last evening at tho Tlldnn
THE LATEST NEWS.
.., M1M,0,e our wCgtern countiy has
fra,ca moio funny things In th
..,. , ,i .. . .. .. .
epitaph line than till thc rest ot the
wenld,' iciiiaiked ex-Congussman I.afe
Pence of Coloiado, at thc Rlggs House.
"I icinember one that ndorned the
cemetery at Leadvllle In the palmv
clays of that great mining camp It
seems that in the course of u liauoom
btuvvl one 11m Ollilen, a well-known
chaiactei, had Ills existence terminated
ptitmatutely He was it good fellow In
the main and not without friends. One
of the dead mans associates. In deep
grief ovei his demise elected u wood
en stub ovei his giave on which he hud
written In large lette is
Jim" O llrleu depaited foi hiav-
en at 1) .III n. m '
'A local humoilst happened alonu
soon ufteiwaid nud appended the fol
lowing "'Heaven, 1 20 p m Ollilen not
yit arrived Intense exiltement. The
woist is feared ' Washington Post
An architect of New YoiK says that
with the modern steel fiamu n building
can bo cut i led to u height ciuul to
seven and one-half times tho diam
eter of the base, lly this rule on an or
dinary city block could be elected a
building 1100 feet high, C00 feet higher
than the Hlffel Tower. It would h.no
Vi'o stories and cost about $30,000,000
Onions aro a preventive and often
times a cuie for malarial frver.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BR00DER8
because it has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Ilroodcrs aro made of thc best lum
ber In tho world, out every other nrtlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl crcforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Uroodcrn occupy tbo same relative position
to all other Incubators and Drnoders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to rind In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may have a calaloguo free by writing
for It. An involco of assorted sizes Just rcrcWed by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Aftentn Jor the Territory of llavvnll
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Cltas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
DIED OF IMPROVEMENTS.
An uptown physician tells of a f!cr
man friend, a poour journeyman ha
her, who sent his wife to a local hospi
tal whin she fell 111 The physician al
ways asked with Interest after the con
dition of the sick woman when he met
tho (icrmaii. and was told In leply
"Well, doitor, they say at thc hospital
tnere's Improvement." This reply did
not vary fiom day to day for a month
or more, and wns always spoken by
thc German veiy stolidly, as though
he leally did not see In thc report nny
Ki omuls for hope. Then one morn
ing, meeting tho physician nnd being
nsked the usual question he said
' O, she's dead, doctor."
"Dead'" repeated tho physician.
"What do they bay sho died of?"
"'I hey didn't say they didn't hnve
to," answered tho German. "I knew
Sho died of too many improvements.
A precocious little chap, the child ol
an old nnd Intimate friend, wns dining
along with his pnrentB tit a friend's
house The soup, which was very thin,
was p.ibscd mound, but Charlie wa
obseived trilling with his spoon.
Thc hostess said, "Are you not hun
"Yes." i (.piled Chnille, "but I'm not
When thc meat was served a llttlei
late i tho liostcsH cry kindly nsked
"Chnille, inn you cut your own
('huillc, who was alieaily handling
his weapons, replied:
"Cuti t I ' I've nit us tough meat a
(his at home "
I'oi thc icut of tho dlnnci the hostess
did not put any fuithei questions to thej
young hopeful Loudon Spate Mo
ments, MISSED IT.
Considerable amusement was cause I
when tho leglblntuio first went Into
session by u member from the lountles
at riving and promptly asking to be!
shown tbo lobby.
When that place wns pointed out to
him he nosed around for a while, and
then remarked In tho hearing of boruo
"I'vo been fooled," he declared dis
gustedly; "they tol" me I could llnd a
bar'l of money loose In the lobby, but
I seo now thet It's a dinged He !" Bal
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
At u little dinner the other night tho
statement was made that the colored
race had longer memories than vvhjte
folk. Mark Twain, who was present
ugieed with tho remark, and to provl
It told the following
"Somo years ago, when south I met
nn old college man who claimed to have
known Ocorgc Wnshlngton I nskeu
him If ho was In the boat when Gen
cral Washington irosscd thc Delaware,
and he instantly replied 'Lor', mussa
I steered dat boat.'
"'Well,' said I, 'do yon lememhir
when George look the hack nt thc eher
"He looked worried for a minute, and
then, with a beaming smile, said'
"'Why, suah massa, I dun diove dut
hack muhself.' "New York Times.
Thc tunnel for the New York sub
way, which Is a disfigurement and In
convenience to the city at the present
time. Is half cut. Only thirteen months
more will be required for the exeavu
tlon The lost so far has been f 13,
750.000. Moie than J2.500.000 has been
spent In removing and changing sew
rive sets, costing $10,000, of n new
type of mechanism foi controlling the
elevating and tinlnlng gear of 12-lncl
brceeh-lo.idlng guns, have been order
ed by the British Admiralty.
Poitugiicsu mllitniy engineers ion
Hi in thc upoit that thc Iloer prisoners
now at Pmlihe, near Lisbon, have dis
covered a rich vein of gold In the old
nbindoned 'lowar minis
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