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SATURDAY Jl'LY 2C, 1902
The Fourth of July committee has
paid all Its own bills, the unpaid hills
of former committees, and has a good
bunch of fireworks to spare. This Is
n pretty good Bhowlng for hard times.
"Enjoy yourselves" Is the greeting
Honolulu merchants extrnd to thtlr
guests from the other Islands. If you
don't see what you want, ni!t for it,
and Honolulu will endeivor to prove
that Its reputation for hospitality is not
confined solely to the visitors from
Celebrations are not yet at an end.
It Is said the Crown Prince of Slam is
coming our way. As Hawaii Is the
American outpost. It Is very npproprl
ate that the national guest should bo
given a greeting that will Impress him
with the fact that the Americans art
among the best people on earth.
Col. Parker's postlve refusal to ac
cept the nomination for Delegate,
makes the search for the best avail
able material a lively one. It is a fore
gone conclusion that tho Republicans
are not going to tight amo.it? them
selves when considering the superiority
of known or unknown aspirants.
Judge Estco refuses to mako his
court an easy mill for turning out
American citizens, but no man who
has the desire and fulfills the require'
jnents of the law need fear a refusal
from the United States Judge. Mak
ing citizens by process of law is serious
business and Judge Estce has Impress.
jed upon the community that there Is
no side door of admission.
a i, in.tnr,n v,. 1,-nn rnnrtp.i
of a Republican leader endeavoring to
Influence party workers by threats and
offers of preferment. In all fairness
this docs not win votes. It Is not In
keeping with tho general spirit that
prevails In tho party, and It is to be
hoped will not bo continued. Excep
tions prove rules, but what Is to b
gained by an exception of this charac
ter. Let party workers follow their
honest convictions and we will hae
an organization which will be a tower
of strength, free from factionalism
and a BUre winner. Keep cool and play
fair should be the spirit of the Lour.
GOOD FUELING PDtVAILB.
Tho gencrnl tenor of tho Republican
precinct meetings held last night was
a gratifying indication or unity and a
disposition to do earnest work In tho
pomlng campaign. Tho Increased at
tendance over that of two years ago
at preliminary mcetlngo was tho best
proof possible of a full appreciation ot
tho Importance of getting Into line ear
ly. Factionalism of a bitter character
was not to be found. No attempt was
mado to iiut out nominees and tnus
far all sides appear to bo satisfied ant)
willing to abldu by tho ballot at tho
primaries to bo held next week.
Instructions to the delegates from
two precincts to vote for the county
and municipal government plank In
the paity platform proves that this Is
to bo a leading Issue In the party as
well as in tho final contest. That thcro
wera not positive expressions trom
other precincts Is duo moro to a failure
to think of the "Instruction" plan than
a lack ot opinion on tho subject. Im
media to county and municipal govern
ment Is unquestionably to bo the "light
ing Issue" of tho whole campaign, and
ono on wblch prospective delegates to
conventions must reach well defined
opinions. A revlow of the nominees
shows that the personality ot Individ
uals Is not looming up prominently.
The contests will ho mado on tho prin
ciples supported rather than any likes
-or dislikes t-nong Individuals. Thus it
can honestly bo said that party work
ers and voters aro growing out of tho
somewhat narrow grooves of former
In the Second Precinct of tho Fourth,
Mr. Craig mado rcferonco to a lack ot
workers and the character of excuses
made by men requested to canvass ccr
tain Sections, which doubtless applies
-with moro or less force In all precincts.
It Is the result of tho old Idea that the
tlmo to work In politics Is a few days
before the elections. Tho Injury done
tho party through shirking the prelim-
From the Merchant'
Never was there n land so prepared
by nature for n tourist's haven, never
were conditions fairer than In Hawaii
for nn Ideal resort both In winter and
It Is up to the representative people
of Hawaii to decide, whether or no this
Territory shall or shall not secure a
trade that Is admittedly large and
profitable In Itself, besides being a
business that, properly directed, can
not fall to result In bringing us ultl.
mately an Increased and permanent
population of the most desirable char
We most emphatically recommend
that every posslblo effort be made to
Induce the Inauguration of an Improv
ed and up-to-date passenger servlco
between Pacific Coast ports and Hono
lulu as well as a faster and more effi
cient Inter-Island passenger service ac
commodation. We consider any restricted or local
efforts of a spasmodic nature both in
sufficient and ineffective, and that such
a basis of procedure would be futile,
Inadvisable and a waste of time, and,
therefore, whatever Is undertaken
should cover a period of five years If
necessary to thoroughly establish Ha
waii as the most desirable summef
and winter resort extant.
A dozen wealthy visitors per annum
purchasing each $100,000 of our secur
ities will send them to par, whero they
belong, and tho planter has his money
back that he has Invested In tourist
There should be established, with
headquarters at Honolulu, a perma-
Inary canvass cannot be overestimat
ed. Even before tho convention Is
held every precinct club ought to have
In Its possession the returns of a houso
to houso canvass, giving the politics ot
every voter so far as It can bo learned.
It ought to be posslblo to put this in
formation In tho hands of tho Territo
rial and District Committees immedi
ately tho organization is completed.
This should furnish tho ground-work
for the whole campaign, At no time
la thp co-operation of every voter need'
ed or a ready response to the requests
ot precinct officers mora vital to party
strength and Integrity. What is worth
doing at all Is worth doing promptly
and thoroughly. Men asked to canvass
a certain block or scetlon are putting
ammunition In the hands of tho enemy
when they fall to take tho time of an
afternoon or evening for such work.
Committees must know the doubtful
sections, their own strongholds, and
tho strength of tho enemy In order to
While tho party rank and fllo is
schooling Itself to a good degreo of
harmony In its public meetings, let It
fllan ilavnlnn ii nnt Inaa I m nntttn nfr
id m, HUII VUV IIVt IIPB II11UUI IUUV
characteristic of individual rcsponsl'
bllity for assistance to the committee
men who outllno and direct tho cam
paign. DOLE'S REMARKABLE PROCLAMA
My Honolulu correspondent has writ
ten me that the British residents ot
that city have prepared a petition to
President Roosevelt to remove Judge
Humphreys for having refused to ad
journ court in honor ot Coronation
Day, and tor having Insulted them by
giving his reasons for not doing so
The llrltlsh vote In Honolulu Is evi
dently highly respected as the Irish
vote Is In this country, for though
Judge Humphreys refused to adjourn
court In honor of royal mummery Gov
ernor Dole ot Hawaii Issued a procla
mation directing that all government
offices "be closed at noon on Thurs
day, June 26th," In honor of the coro
nation of His Drltannls Majesty King
Edward VII." If President Roosevelt
decides to take cognizance ot the latest
political rquabhles In tho Islands I
hope he will not overlook the procla
mation ot his representative, Mr. S.
Illllous Dole. It there are to be any
removals Mr, Dole should he tho first
to go. When he Issued that procla
mation ho proclaimed his unfitness to
rule over American territory. Ho did
not order tho closing ot public ofllcea
when McKlnley was Inaugurated last
year, hut he deemed It proper to do so
In honor ot the British King on tho
day set for his coronation. Dole Is a
truckling spoil, and his proclamation
should havo evoked the contempt of all
American citizens, we showed our
respect for tho British Government
when we sent official representatives to
London to attend tho coronation cere
monies. Surely wo are not expected to
salaam In the prcsenco of royalty till
wo are attacked with backache. Some
men havo such queer notions of thn
esthetic conventions that they super
Induce nausea by too liberal doses of
ENTRItS OB PORT
The current Treasury Decisions con
tains the following regarding entry
All merchandise arriving on ono ves
sel, and consigned to one and the sam
consignee, should bo Included In one
entry, when papers necessary to com
plete entry have been received. Mer
chandlBo for which no Irfvolce or hill
of lading has reached tho consignee
may be entered subsequently, but no
tation of the cases to be omitted from
original entry should bo made thereon,
(Sec. C, act of June 10, 1890.)
Treasury Department, July 2, 1902.
Sir: Replying to your letter of May
21 last, In which you submit a com
munication of Messrs. Hind, Holpli &
Co., ship and customs brokers at 'your
port, protesting against the practice
prevailing In requiring Importers to
Include In one entry all merchandise
consigned to them In one and the same
nent and efficient Bureau of Informa
tion to be governed and controlled by
either a joint committee or a board of
directors, to be elected from the sev
eral prominent associations and cham
bers connected with this movement,
and to Include one or two others from
the community at large.
Ilecnuso previous efforts, that have
not had popular support may not have
met complete success, it is no argu
ment why our present undertaking,
with tho endorsement of the majority
of Influential Interests, will not suc
We contend that there was never a
time when our only Industry needed
support and Impetus as at present, and
we suggest that If 5000 tourists per
annum were visiting our shores there
would be sufficient of the wealthier
classes among them who would become
Interested In our securities, more par
ticularly our bonded stocks, to obviate
a necessity which we have all observ.
ed of our capitalists visiting the
United States for the purpose of rais
ing funds necessary to carry on the
From every point of view, we con
tend that this project should have unl
versa! support of the population of
tbeso Islands. Tho time Is opportune,
In view of tho certainty of our having
a cable at an early date, the want of
which has In tho past prevented many
of the most dcBirnblo visitors from
considering a trip to Hawaii even as
We recommend, In a word, "Let us
have tourists; let us go about It In the
only way that will Insure success."
By LANAI LOUNGER.
Next great Hawaiian community
event will bo the Horse Centennial in
May. None may say It neigh.
Those satisfied with their own stand
ing ground are not the ones who trv
to tindcrmlno others with slander.
it it it
Party tickets will not bo scratched
In the present Hawaiian campaign.
They will bo run through centrifugals.
If Hllo could havo entered a suro
winner for Delegate, It would have se
cured the convention quick enough.
Good citizens would travel far and stay
long to find tho man for tho hour.
A Home Rule Delegate would bo de
lightfully at homo In tho "Chcrokes
Strip" of tho Houso of Representa
tives, but from tho circumstance Ha
waii would bo as bereft of neighborly
attentions In Congress as a pioneer
domiciled fifty miles from the frontier
it it it
A tax on fads would produco much
revenue. Its popularity would, howev
er, be on a par with tho Income tax.
"Have you paid your ping pong taxt
might causo moro homicidal mania
than tho exasperating query, "Is this
hot enough for you?
it it it
"I thought I saw a voice," as tho
wireless operator In Honolulu said
when his tape showed dots and
dashes from California way.
Any mall now may bring sensational
news of wireless telegraphy across tho
Atlantic. At last accounts tho New
foundland station operators were at
their post, awaiting tho arrival of Mar
coni to begin tho exchange of signals
with tho Cornwall station. Possibly
tho adveiit of the cubic to Hawaii may
prove a repetition of history, as a pap
nllcl to tho Inauguration ot horso cars
In Honolulu on tho very eve of tho suc
cessful demonstration of electric cars
abroad. Nowadays progress is so rap
Id that tho newest utility at ono place
may already be a back number else
where. This consideration is indeed
ono of tho prevailing obstacles to prog
vessel, I have to Inform you thnt, upon
submitting the matter to tl.o collector
of customs at New York for report as to
practice, that officer advises tho De
partment that Is Is the practice of his
offlco to exact a strict compliance with
the provisions of section 5 of the cus
toms administrative act of June 10.
1890, and to compel the Inclusion In ono
entry of all the goods arriving on ono
vessel, and consigned to ono con
signee when all papers necessary to
entry havo been received or aro In the
possession of the Importer. In tho
event of tho nonrecclpt of a hill of lad
ing or an Invoice, tho conslgneo Is per
mitted to state the fact In bis declara
tion on the entry of packages for which
all papers have been received. In the
following words: "Except case or
cases for which I have no Invoice," or
bill of lading, as the case may be, giv
ing the marks and numbers of tho va
rious packages. After this declaration
of facta the enry Is passed without fur
In case tho importer has not received
an Invoice, and it is apparent that tho
nonrecelpt thereof arose fiom chuscs
beyond his control, he Is allowed to
enter on pro forma Invoice, giving bond
for a consulatcd Invoice. In case ot
fruit free of duty, or that paying n
puroly specific rato of duty,, a pro
forma Invoice Is easily made up and
can be used with safety to the revenue
and to the Importer. I desire to state
that this practice Is In strict conform
ity with tho provisions of section S ol
the customs administrative act of June
10, 1890, which has superseded section
2841 of tho Revised Statutes, and
should be adopted at your port.
II. A. TAYLOR,
Collector ot Customs, Honolulu, II. I.
Poultry - Supplies
CALIFORNIA t REDWOOD
has been used for twenty-three years In the manufacture ot
INCUBATOR8 AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders are mado ot the best lum
ber lb tho world, tut every other article used In their construction
Is ot the highest grade, and tlcrcforo theso "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho- same relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your while to read In our late catalogue "A Bit ot
Incubator History." You May have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An Involco of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents fop the Territory of Hawaii
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
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We wish to notify those Intending to make
an exhibit at the MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
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RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 C. P.
fop the occasion at a very low rate, and
will attend to the llghtlngand care of lamps.
Chenper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. MACFARLANH, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
L. H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. ASDAHR Manager
SUNDAY, JULY 2T, 1008
Ouciii 01l e OHtry C Ur on Tmt
Tomato a la Crtam Consomme
Malilnnlil 1'rieil In Butler Tartar Sauce
Boiled Ox Tongue, Tomato Sauce
Call't Bralnr, Breaded
Veal Cutlets, Mushroom Sauce
Banana Fritters au Khum
Slufleil Chicken a la Marlaml
Brime-Klhs of Beef au Jus, Brown Potatoes
Sugar Com Green Peas Asparagus
Fruit PuildlnK, Wine Sauce Vanilla Ice Cream
Assorted Cake and Pastry
Nuts and Raisins Crackers Cheete
I'ruit in Season
"So you think of becoming u profes
"I do," answered the musician.
"Havo you taken any steps in that
"I have. I havo employed a press
agent and purchased a bottle ot hair in
vlgorator." Washington Star.
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
Oakland, July 13. Tho engagement
of .Miss Alda Tlpson of this city to
uenjamin Sammona ot Honolulu has
been announced. Tho marriage Is to
take place at Honolulu In tho latter
part of August. As his business in tho
Islands demands his attention, Mr,
Summons finds It next to Impossible
for him to make the trip here for tho
marriage, and It has been arranged that
tho bride-to-be shall travel to his Isl
and homo to be married. Whllo the
Tlpson family homo Is at 817 Sixteenth
street In this city, Mr. Tlpson has for
a number of years been engaged In
business In Honolulu and his daughter
has spent considerable of her time with
It was uhlle on one of these trips
that sho met the man she is to marry,
She Is an accomplished young woman,
having Bpent much tlmo In artistic
study. Tho Tlpsons have for years
been intimate friends of the family ot
W. J. Robinson, who for a number ot
years practiced law In this city, but
who for some tlmo past has been a
Judge of the Island Circuit Court, and
It Is at his homo that the marriage Is
to be solemnized.
P. II. Burnctte has brought suit
against P. E. R. Straiten for the recov
ery of $2582 with Interest at 2V4 per
cent a month which fell duo Septem
ber 10, 1809, and which the defendant
alleges has not been paid. Qco. A. Da
vis Is attorney for the plaintiff.
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II. P. Baldwin PrenMont
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
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