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EVENING HULI.ET1N, HONOLULU, II. T.. TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1902
Published Every Day Except 8unday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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Postofflro Dox 718
.It LY 22, 190.!
The Ciown Prince of Slam has sent
word that he will surel islt the
United States this fall and the New
York owners of famllj trees are bur
nishing up their escutcheons In order
to make an Impression
The preliminary warming up period ol
the campaign shows that the polltlc.il
Mar horses are not unmindful of their
duty The outlook for the Hipiiblkan
primaries promises a full partj vote
vlth no acrimonious fight for plate.
To object to ta rates is generally
regal ded as one of the rights guaran
tied 1 the constitution Treasurer
Wright's Idea, howiver, of making n
man pay as much but no more than
his neighbor ought to proe satisfac
tory and rediue the exercise of tho
prlv liege of objection to n minimum
ULINO ENTHU8IA8.il ISOT
While a discussion of the Delegate
ship from the Hepubllian standpoint
naj be a far crv In view of the Imme
diate attention neccssar to get p.irtv
workcis out In full force, the remarks
of enthusiasts who see a walk-over for
the Hepuhlicans wariant a word of
warning that desire maj not get the
hist of careful Judgment The occa
sion for the extraordinary conttdenie
existing In some circles has Its foun
dation In the bolt fiom the Home Hutr
party, and the supposition that this
means Ri publican litory In eent ot
n three-cot nercd light similar to that
of two jears ago.
The Bulletin does not wish to damp
en the at dor of an of the enthusiast')
but It believes the IJepuhllcan part)
must view the facts of the situation In
order to bring about the slrgle aim of
nil thoughtful litizins obtulnltig capa
ble representation at home and In
Washington The strength of thu
jounger clement breaking awa from
the Home Hule party Is an unknown
(luantlt), cxeept that It Is an intclll
gent, vigorous hard working force ca
pable of accomplishing splendid results
If earcfull) managed. The pioelama
tlon of this pirty, howevoi, makes It
evident that It is not in an) sense ,i
wing of the Republican or Democratic
organizations It doci not piomlne to
plaec u candidate In the Meld for Dele
gate nor docs It plan to endorse Re
publican or Democratic eandldates In
tact the status of affairs todaj Is such
that three candidates in the field
uould In all probability result In thu
rank and file of the Home Hule bolt
ers otlng for Wilcox rather than a
Republican candidate. Sucn a conclu
sion pia) safel) be drawn from the re
turns of the laBt campaign.
Whether wo like It oi not Wilcox
must be taken seriously His ublllt) tn
convince oters. to play upon preju
dices nnd make It count when the Dual
otc Is cast furnishes one or the prem
ises on which nil political loneluslons
must be based The feeling of tho
bolters is not so harsh agalust theii
former associates that the) aic lead)
to Join the Republican ranks which
necessitates tho Republicans working
on tho supposition of a possible pre fei.
ence for Wlliox over the regulai Re
Judging the future by the past the
opponents of Wilcox and WlUoxIsm
must centei their energies on one can
illdate, thus making tho fight clear cut
from the outset. It might even bo
advisable to allow the fight to go for
ward with tho factions of tho Home
Rulers naming tho two eandldates and
canylng their contest to u finish with
tho Republicans and Democrats froo
to thiow thcli support as they pleased
This would ho an extremely radical
nnd somewhat unusual program It
would not meet tho approval of party
stalwarts and its aceptance or rejection
-would depend solely upon a decision
between tho strict maintenance of par
ty integrity or the adoption of the
"an) thing to beat Wilcox" cry.
The political situation Is complicated
at best. It calls for calm Judgment
unity of action and nboc all n re
fttsal to be carried away with an en
thusiasm which falls to give due weight
to details. The Republican party en
ters the campaign as a mlnorltj party
nnd Its struggle for supremacy must
be conducted on a plane that will
break Its opponents though It be ncces
nar to make sacrifices to accomplish
the end which three separate organiza
tions hao In view.
WIICRU INCLUSION FAILS.
Seaman s Coast oJurnal
A careful perusal of the report on1
Chinese exclusion will show exactl) tho
points or leakage In the bill passed b)
the reient session of Congress These '
points are summed up In the annl.vsls
of the Piatt hill made by Ralston &
amuong lor me American r ceieniuuu i
or Labor iirleii) stated tnese points.
arc (II Chinese now In the Insular Montelnlr. N J Jul) 10-The fight
tcrrltor) of the United States are not nRl""t the troublesome mosquito hn
prohibited from coming to the main-' ,ccn, J" In earnest by the Hoard of
land, because the treat) on the sub- ?alth. which In addition to spra)lng
Jcct reciulies that Chinese shall bo1!1'0 ronil, and other places where the
granted the same rights of travcll nfts accumnlatc. ha8 tletcrmlnetl to
(that Is travel from the Philippines.!""11 out tlie different species, their
etc as are granted to other persons, i Kro ' nl tlle u8t methods for their
ii, oi, i., , , vii,,i,i rr.,n, I annihilation.
countries othrr llinn Chln.i Itself he-
cause the term "not Inconsistent with' ' 0,18f Inspector Parker, made to tho
treat) obligations" refers to treaties, rard- nmI ,hlch nrc ns Mon ,
with other countries, which provide! To "tHdy the variety of mosquitoes
for the admission to the United States, to bc fu,ul ' Montclalr. and the a
of all subjects of t- latter The Ad- of la"nc t0 ,up fo""1 ln "'f f
ministration ofllclals have declared that fcrent breeding places, to search for
the) understand nnd will execute this lll bico.IlriK places, to continue the
law as though It referred onl) to treaty "olk t,f n,lt,lnB " on nnds "ml "
obligations "with China The point. i ?xte"'1 lllc "ork lo cerB anrt ci,tc1'
however remnlns to be determined by' ua9l8' l0 rcmmc " tln cn',18' to "?
the eorts. which as the Federation's ' P""''0 "ll0 lmc raln uarr(,U to n,ak,
counsel points out are llkel) to rule llem mllt proof, and. tlnall) to
that If Congress had Intended that tho '"" 1'roncrtj owners co-operate with
law should be so construed It would, t ". In the work
have Inserted the words 'with China. Health Inspector Parker. In a repot t
13) Exclusion will fall elitllel) on and Presented,. sa)s "In the great major
after December 7 1901 because. Chln.ll " "f, cases houses breed their own
giving notice six months prior to tint! mosquitoes, and the breeding places
date thai she no lunger desires the ro 8'llly l"o18- d1"'- pmn, '"
treat) of ISMi the onl) treaty In ca"8 andruln baircls that aie on the
existence will be that of 1M.S (the iltir- l1'"1808 '
llnghame Tic at)) which provides for ' ' '
the uniestileted Immigration of Chi
nese These defects In the Chinese Exclu
sion AiX-make clear the nceesslt) of a
continued public demand for action by
CongicsH that will give exclusion that
excludes and piotectlon that protects.
IHHO TrlbUIlO 1
The formidable ..on oi me o"i ,
element of the Home Rule part) lit Ho
nolulu last week gives a new and reas-
. ... -
surlng phase to Hawaiian politics The
progressive nnd free minded rS
men nt Honolulu have the r couiitPi -
part on this Island In the Aloha Alna
Soclet). which stands for good govern ,
ment I.) good, enpa de men. The
ormnuon oi pmiy h.h-b sm .. ...
' ' '
THE NEWS AND HUMPHREYS,
I Maul News J
In last weeks News the name tf
Ii'i'ge Humphre)s was tentatlvel) sug
posted nB nu available coalition camli
uate for Delegate to Congress nut le
uiiho It was bcllovcd for a innnii i.t
that the opposition would ever agiee
on Hiiniphre)s but rather to enpha
b.ze the fact that the News has uvii)p
Insisted and now Insists more strenu
oust) than cvei upon united and non
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It Is far too common a habit w .K
man) people to cle.iice ate eourtes) as
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,1 I III"' III (Ul l.C.K.V, ,u,l ... .,....- -
tar) hamper on Boelal intlmnc)
neither the one nur the othci
very tarely that eourtes) In n n an is stops to talk to him In passing and a
tot the outward and visible slji'. of thousand other trivial Blgns and tokern
cthei admirable qualities wlfliln It li of a lack of manners having their root
pot necessarily an Indkatlou or kind in Indolence, conceit, nnd selfishness!
l.ness'of heart, but It IS ver) often its (Tliat the women of the present day aro
outward manifestation, and, at any ( considerably to blamo for nllovvhiB
rate, comtes) Indicates that a man Is )oung men to behave thus. Instead ol
not so wrapped up In himself and his fuming theli backs on them and sc
ow n peifeetlous as to forget what Is renel) Ignoring them, Is unquestlon
due to other people, especlall) to worn
en It oIIb the wheels or lire and goo J
understanding foi ever) woman will j
Show to butter advantage when the
leels sate Irom 111 inauueis and tact
lessness A coiuteoiis nun will put a
woman on good teims with hcisclr.
uud ecmsequeutl) on good teims with
him wlieiub) he leaps tils rovniu in
man) wit)8. Hven a bad tempeiei'
Elite w is not insensible lo good man
tiers, and calm ccmites) will oltei
avert an nttuck of tantrums' oi lijs
Seeing the enormous value ot this
qualltv oi eouites) In the appreciation
ot men and women, It is ver) strnngj
that tli) by da) thu couiteotis man i
becoming more and mure rare, tint I
soon the last specimen will hnve to he
captutcd tui the museum of natural
hlstor), t(i bo placed next to thu dodo
among the extinct species Had man
tiers rule tho town anil nie to bo nu't
with wheie one would least expect
them to be found The older men o
the pieseut elny Ittlll retain some tn
dltlous or time courtesy which dlst'r
finished their fathers, nnd which the)
have not known how to hand on ta
their sons Such courtesy is alas'
now condemned ns "ohl fashioned "
What would those forefathcis liav
said to the joiing man of tho preset 4
day who lounges Into a room full of la
dies vvlth both hands plunged Into hiilser.
rnrtlsan nctton In the matter ot sc
lectlng a Delegate to Congress ah
members of the Legislature Nov. thai
the decent element lias drawn out
In in the Home Rule part), n rny of
light appears. The Demociats have
done wisely In recognizing the move
ment, and If tho Republicans arc In
plred with a like wisdom, we hnve
seen the last of Wilcox and Idiotic Leg
Islntures. Hut If the Republicans sttl!
Insist on party mon and measures, tha
News confidently predicts their defent
and the triumphant re election of Wit
cox nnd his entire gnng, unless the
I Demncrnls and seceding kuokoas ire
able to savo the day This Is written
sorrow fully, for the secret sjmpathle
I of the News man'nrc with the Republl
lean element on tho Islands but com
,iiiPi notion Is lust as Imperative row
a8 lne ,,, iiielstoel that It was two
iars ago '
, , , I
FIGHTING THE MOSQUITO
Tll l'01"-'' carry out the Sllggcs- I
1-OREIGN MIMSTER8 AGRBD.
Peking, July 13 Tho foreign Mini"
ters to China have agreed upon thu
conditions for the restoration of the
government of Tientsin to China and
thesp conditions only nvvalt the slgnn
tine of the Italian Minister the Mnr
qiils Sulvago Raggl, who Is absent, for
presentation to tho Chinese Govern
unlit nr ifilltiir tn t li n rrirwl 1 1 Iti a tlirt
Um... rnn,n(r rnillna I mm .lilnh
IIHIHJ S ,. .MW...U . . w
C,10Be troops nre exclmlert Ja roituccil
Kilometers, the limitation ol
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m . ,,,, wthln (llc ,, l9
,,.,--,... nni, ... COI1CMalon. rnn.
l(, , ,)rotl!lonnl government arc
T(e raomber8 of ,hQ oovernmcni rc
r-'-tollH,lU.rini. (ll0 qestfon of devoting
tlH. sn,i8 n ti,0 trcasury to the lelm
iburslng of the concessionaires Tor in I
I vestment nindo on tho strength ol
thilr concessions. I
I The negotiations for tne lcstoratlon
of the Peking ian Hal Kwan Railroad
have leached a partial deadlock
The Herman Minister to China Di
Munim von Sehwnrzensieln started
foi ilrrlln locia) on a six months leave!
of absence He will proceed home bj
wu) or the United States.
M t'ocpielln tlie 1 rencli comeuin,i
was destined orlglnnll) to follow the
tiaclo of a baker.
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trousehrs poclvts, who will stand nnil
" '"" ' ' ""' aiiuuuu wie
l. HllllOVIl Ul U IUU1C- Ul-IUIK OI.U
'Is seated, who will not rlso to open the
door for her It sho leaves tho room.
who will remain seated when a ladv
nble, but "two wrongs clout mako a
n)r u mau'B social career among
unicn courtom is u trumn card It It
m,t the cmlv one Women iidmlrn ronn
UKO (1llltu,, duvelopment of tho qual
it ,)f st,.nKI. wi,itli is tho stioncest
mn(!ct r n for women) honest), l
L.oci t(,,Pr cncmsliv. in.iterri,L
ness (when not can led to the point ol
btlll)iiig), di'Xtoiily in sport of all
l.lnda and ot course, ph)sienl beauty,
but n man innj huvo all these, and
)oiilh besides to leeomniend him, nnd
)et not liud hinibiir "In the running' ,
vvllh u giu) hulled senior who hns ice '
ognlzed the occult Inlluenco of defer
entlnl comtesy townid women Coin
tes), like charity, coveis Inntiintinhlo
sins A man may be the greatest rap
scullion ou earth, hut If ho has good
manneiB vonicn wITI like him nnd Ilghl
his battles He may be a paragon ol
all tho virtues, II, however ho lacks
courtesy und Is lough nnd 111 manner '
eel, his virtues ma) help hls.celestlal
salvation, but will be of no uso at all
for his sue lal success ou earth There
fore, let the man who wants lo be liked
by women lemember that, however
niuih woincm may differ in their Indl
vlilual tastes, good mnnnors and good .
tempera have never )et failed to find
favor In tho eyes of fhe daughter of
-Now York Commercial Adver-
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three )ears In tho manufacture ot
INCUBATORS AND DROODER3
because It has proven superior to nil other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Uroodcrs aro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, out every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, end tl crcforo these "Stnndanls of the
World" Incubators and llroodirs occupy the same relative position
to all other Incubators and Drncdcrs that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to read In our late catnloguo "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AjJcntH for the Territory ot Htivvnll
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Ciias. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
grow less severe instantly and
soon subside when the course
of this oft time troublesome
nerve' is rubbed vigorously with
Kickapoo Indian Oil. Anyone
who has Sciatica would give a
fortune to be rid of it. A fortune
isn't necessary for a cure.
Kickapoo Indian Oil costing
only 25 cents a bottle will do it.
" I have used your wonderful Kickapoo Indian Oil with the
best results. Being Civil Engineer I am subject to Sciatic pains,
Cramps from fording streams, sleeping out of doors in tents, etc.
I have derived more relief and benefit for these troubles from one
bottle of Kickapoo Indian Oil than from a dozen doctors, and this
is without exaggerating." E. R. Wilson, Chippewa, Falls, Wis.
25 cts. a Bottle
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY
An ohl fetor which has lately been
levlvcel owes Its new lease of life to it
touch of human iiatuie and a gciiuliip
humor that ate as fieith lo one age m
In iinothd Here It Is.
Mike hail nindo n bet vvllh Lauy
that I.ariy could not cart) him with
his hod up the ladder to the top of th
hoiifcc without letting him fall. 1-iriy
look the lid Mike tat in tho hod, an 1
I.ariy BWiing him to his Bhottldci and
ttnrteel up the ladder.
Rung after ning was pessed, until
neiu the top Larrj's foot slipped, .'tint
If the ttlck of the hod had not cnught
In tho ladder Mike would have fallen
lo the gioiind, four stoiles below
Hut Lurrj with an effort forced his
burden b.ttk Into place, went the short
rtmalning distance and dumped Mike
on the roof.
"Well. e've won," panted Mike, "but
I thought I had e when our toot slip
ped " Youth's Companion,
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PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
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