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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1902.
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.AUGUST 5, 1902
The opportune time to move forward
Is ecr present.
Make unity the watchword. The Ho
publican party cannot gain headway by
any other token.
If the Portuguese want representa
tion on the Republican ticket no valid
reason can be given for a refusal of
Suppose there arc former Home
llulers In the Republican ranks, where
else under the canopy could the Repub
licans prefer them to be?
In canasslng the Held for Senatorial
candidates the party should give duu
weight to the Representatives who led
In the vote of their respectUe districts
In the last election.
Labalna'B little affair ought to bo
easily settled by a ballot In which all
loyal party men participate. The Re
publican party stands for methods that
are open and above board.
All Republican wars and rumors of
Mar should be postponed to the pri
maries two years hence. It Is a Repub
llcan Legislature and Delegate that we
are after, not the scalps of each other.
Poet Laureate Austin has written a
poem on the home coming of General
Kitchener and the general still lives.
A few lines from Kipling Is what Is
seeded to gle a twdng to British re
Kona Republicans ought to be voted
a blue ribbon for harmony. Precinct
'that toluntarlly combine their forces
and take a smaller representation than
they are entitled to are the exception
Mary Ellen Stone Is beginning to
wake up to the fact, that ths Intel est in
her experience with brigands Is ceu
tered In the people who put up for the
ransom fund. Few nine day wonders
Lae dropped more speedily from pub
Boston anti-Imperialists promise to
knife Republican candidates who up
bold the expansion program. If they
will import Agulnaldo for an election
speech In Fanuell Hall, the election1 of
Republican Congressmen will be th,e
surest thing of the season.
China of all the nations of the earth
sends to Washington a diplomatic rep
resentative educated at an American
university, and the Chinese alone are
barred from free entrance to the United
States. No wonder the Chinese feel
' that tbey are not appreciated.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin's absence from
the Territorial Convention this year
will cause sincere regret thioughout
the party, Mr. Baldwin Is one of tho
most fair-minded leaders the party pos
sesses. Seldom Is there, a contest of
any character which he Is unablo to
ulde Into the smooth pathways of a
Country districts throughout tho
Territory are a unit for county and
municipal goiernment framed by the
Republican party. This is the repoit
made to the Bulletin by business men
whose Integrity or good Judgment can
cot be gainsaid. Certainly the Repub
lican party cannot afford to fly In the
face of defeat when victory Is not only
possible but probable.
The fee problem of the Fire Claims
Commission Is a question of the author
ity of a Judicial body to exercise legis
lative prerogatives. The testimony
brought In the hearing Indicates that
the Governor took the same view at
"was evidenced In the remarks of Judge
Gear. It Is difficult to understand on
what theory the Attorney General
bases his opinion that the claims com
mission may become a law unto Itself.
Tho Friend, which Is religious and
therefore expected to be honest, con
tinues to hold Treasurer Wright pei
tonally responsible for the rum traffic,
intimating that the Governor Is oppos
ed to the Treasurer's policy. The Gov
ernor has in private conference and In
public speeches clearly outlined bis
acceptance and endorsement of the
liquor license business as at present
conducted, It remains for the Friend
to realize that being religious, one nf
Its duties Is to be honest.
NO TIMD FOR HICKIililNG.
Is this harmony which ruled on Sat
urday night, Sunday and Monday, a
whole forty-eight hoursto be an Irldcs
Having proclaimed that differences
were settled with the close of the pri
mary ballot on Saturday are the Re
publicans about to fall upon themselves
and devour each other with charges
and counter charges of disloyalty,
Home Rullsm and goodness knows
what othci pettifogging claims nnd
counter claims which can only bring
about dissension In the ranks?
If, as charged by some, Home Rule
oters dissatisfied with Wilcox and the
record of his party, hac espoused the
Republican cause, are these men to be
driven back to the support of their
former associates by nn edict, thus far
unsupported by facts, that they are not
to be trusted but are In the party to
make trouble or defeat its purposes?
The Bulletin trusts not and In ex
pressing the hope that destructive tac
tics will not be taken up at this stage
of the game this paper oIces the sen
timent of Republican leaders, business
men, .and the delegates elected to com
mittees and conventions. These lead
ers, business men and delegates know
all too well that the Home Rule party
and Its leaders are laying In wait for
and gloating over Just such bickering
and Innuendo as Is given expression
for the first time this morning. Wilcox
nnd his leaders and they alone look
upon such comment with pleasure,
for It Is the signal for them to start out
and spread broadcast over the Terri
tory the campaign yarn that tho Re
publicans are at war with themselves;
that Hawallans arc not wanted In the
Republican ranks, etc., etc., ad lib. The
numerical force of Hawallans through
out the organization Is a very plain
refutation of the Wilcox cry, but Re
publicans cannot afford to discount
Delegate Wilcox's capacity to dwell
upon Action and fancy and Influence
otes as though he were dealing with
Admitting that Home Rulers can be
found In the convention or on com
mltees, no sensible, whole hended, lion
est Republican will for a moment after
going over the list of delegates, waste
his time worrying oer or discussing
the possibility of such an element In
fluenclng the action of the party. There
Is enough to do and more, without
sacrificing breath or printer's Ink on
bugaboos which arc nothing but food
for the enemy.
Good, live, energetic unity should be,
must be the motive of every Republi
can. We want no storm centers In our
ranks. Experience has taught that the
zephyr of innuendo quickly gathers
into a whirlwind of strife with a de
structive power capable of defeating
the honest struggle to promote the en
thusiastic harmony that assures party
victory. Men differ on matters of prin
ciple, capacity of candidates, but the
Integrity of the organization must not
be attacked. The verdict of a majority
ballot must be accepted. The party
must go forward and to do this the in
cessant gnawing at its vitals must
The business Interests of this Terri
torythe prosperity of the day labor
er, the contractor, the merchant, tho
householder, the butcher, baker and
candelstlck maker look to the Repub
lican party to reestablish confidence
and promote an era of prosperity. This
party responsibility must not be held
in such slight esteem that It will bo
even possible to allow a wrangle over
Inconsequential details or personali
ties which are chiefly the result of an
ulterior motive or personal spite or
The party was never In better shape
to successfully tackle the problems of
tho hour than immediately following
the Saturday primaries. There Is noth
Ing to galn.everythlng to luse.by snarl
ing over what this or that Individual In
tends or hopes to do. If the men elect
ed atthe primaries aro not loyal party
mem capable of Judging properly the
sentiment of the party and framing
policies accordingly, there never was
and neer will be such men In the or
ganization. What they need now Is
steadfast, enthusiastic support and
such as refuse to give It must be slated
as knife wlelders who have yet to come,
to a knowledge of wbat the Interests of
this Territory demand .
Editor Evening Bulletin: In your
report In yesterday's paper of the pri
mary election held last Saturday, It
will be found that In tho Tenth Pro
duct, Fifth District, J. L. Kaulukuu re
ceived 55 votes and myself 49 votes.
On the morning after the nomination
of candidates for delegates to the Ter
ritorial convention and District com
mittee, Mr, Kaulukou came In my
office and told me that wo were nomi
nated candidates for dclegitci to tho
Territorial convention. I doubted It
because I did not want to run nguln&t
He said that he would withdraw his
name before election and wante.l me to
be elected. He also told mo at that
time, and often since, that the reason
why he did not wish to withdraw hit
name at the time of the nomination
was to keep the members of the club
from nominating another name. These
talks of withdrawing were also made
to several others by Mr. Kaulukou.
Trusting that Mr. Kaulukni was a
man of his word, ,,'jclng older than 1,
I made no more attempts to hao my
name off tho ballot, until about 5
o'clock last Saturday afternoon, when
I was Informed that he was running
Had he told me that he wanted the
position, I would have withdrawn my
name, as I did not want to run against
him and make trouble In our party.
My name was also nominated In tho
District committee nnd I declined to
It Is my belief that Mr. Kaulukou was
urged by disturbers In our party to
force me off the contention ticket, and
I do not, and can not, believe Mr. Kan
lukou eatable of acting In such a dual
capacity unless prompted by others.
Wherefore, I handed over my resig
nation ns first vice president of the
Tenth Precinct, Fifth District to the
secretnry of the club, as I do not want
to further associate myself with per
sons of dual capacity.
Honolulu, Aug. S, 1902.
B. Gallagher, B. Hartman and N. G.
Campion appeared before Judge Gear
this morning to abandon their appeal
from District Magistrate Wilcox and
plead guilty to assault and battery on
D. K. Ken aha. Attorneys Crclghton
and Davis asked for leniency on the
plea of extenuating circumstances. As
sistant Attorney General Douthltt did
not olfiose the plea. Mr. Davis said
the circumstances were highly colored
In tho Journals, causing a generil
smile from the fact that the journals
were not In evidence and had nothing
to do with tho case.
Judge Gear was entirely In the dark
as to the facts and Indisposed to
change the sentence of the lower court
on a plea of guilty. The defendants
said tbey had nothing to say why they
should not be sentenced. The extent!
ntlng circumstances were stated as be
Ing that the men were "out on a lark'
and did no physical injury to the com
plaining witness. Kewaha said he wm
not willing to abandon the prosecution,
but when the Interpreter told him a
plea of guilty was entered he said he
The caso Is that In which, a few
weeks ago, the defendants mutllateJ
the clothing of Kewnha, exploded Arc
crackers close to his person, Jammed
an umbrella down his back and, accord
ing to tho evidence In tho District
Court, too kfrom him his purse con
talnlng (30 in gold and somo change,
all having met casually In the Colum
bia saloon. Kewaha Is a military
looking Hawaiian from Kauai.
Judge Gear fined tho defendants 125
and costs, each, InBtead of tho sen
tenco of four months' Imprisonment
Mr. Crclghton outside tho court
room denied tho robbery of Kewaha,
saying there was a caso of larceny In
that regard which would bo "knocko.1
higher than a kite."
Attorney Reynolds produced an af
fidavit In support of tho motion for
continuance of tho Ferris murder trial.
It was not satisfactory to tho prose
cution In, its failure to set forth what
was to be proved by the evidence
through commission In California. At
times the argument was Aerco between
Deputy Attorney General Cat heart and
defendant's counsel. Mr. Reynolds In
terrupted Mr. Cathcart with a chargo
of making a misstatement. Mr. Cath
cart, unruffled, returned that defend
ant's counsel would have an opportu
nity to show tho misstatement. Judge
Gear told him tho same thing, Insist
ing on being addressed by but one at
torney at a time Ultimately tho court
gave Mr. Reynolds until tomorrow
morning to present an amended affi
davit. J. W. Hall was granted a nolle prose
qui at the request of tho Deputy At
torney General this morning, tho latter
expressing his opinion that the defend
ant was Innocent of the charge. Ho
was nolle proB'd once before on tho
same charge of rape, but the grand Jury
later found an indictment for rape.
There was a mistrial last term, but
Mr. Hall is now free from further an
noyance and expense.
At about 2 o clock today, news came
In from the Kalihl detention camp that
a seven year old native girl had been
drowned near that place. She was tho
daughter of a native of the camp, Kuu
New York Sun.
Tho official vote of tho recent elec
tion In Oregon appears at last In tho
Portland Oregonlan, with the excep
tion of the figures on tho vote for Gov
ernor, which Republican factional
quarrels made insignificant.
On the members of Congress the Re
publican victory surpasses anything In
tho history of the State. The party
majority of 12,498 In 1930 has been in
creased to 15,171, partly through an In
crease In the Republican vote of 5,800
anu partly through a decreaso In the
Democratic vote of 658. Our content
'porary notes particularly Tho increase
in the socialist vote from 1,-1S0 to 5,683.
It is argued here and there that car
rying the Congress elections In tho
years between Presidential elections Is
not to tile best advantage of the win
ning party. The Republican party Is
not afraid of the foreshadowed victory.
TO STOP LYNCHING.
Now York Tribune.
Touch tho pocket nerve of tho tax
payers In every county, city, town, or
vlllago In which a lynching occurs, nnd
within a reasonable time the courts
would be permitted In every part of the
United States to deal with criminals in
proper and orderly ways.
If overy Stato would pass a law Im
posing an extremely heavy fine upon
any community In which tho offence ot
lynching was committed, and would en
act effective measures for tho collet
tlon ot such fines, mob murders would
bo few and far between
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have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Invotco Just to band
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From the standpoint of those who
fear the crowlne nower of tremendous
combinations of capital, the Stato of lutely forbidden, and that Is the letting
Now Jersey with Its fnvorable corpora- ff ' fireworks of any kind cither' In
tlon laws, Is a Pandora's box, from the streets or from houses. Fireworks
which unythlng but good Is to be ex- of nny kind aro dangerous In careless
pectcd. Hut tho JcrBcyltes seem to hands and near buildings. Tho small
like tho special reputation which their et, such as squibs and crackers, let
Commonwealth has achieved slnco & in n street may Injure eyesight or
combinations became tho order of In- cause temporary rush or panic In a
dustilal progress, and the reason for crowd. A rocket docs not always do
this satisfaction In the face of general scend In the form of a stick: It somo
reproach has Just been revealed by times fails to rise, but whether it
John F. Urooks, clerk of tho Corpora- comes down ns a blazing firebrand or
tlon Department In the office of Secro- a smouldering lath, It may be through
tnry of State, who shows by tho rec-
ords thnt tho taxes paid by tho corpor-
atlons controlled by J. Plerpont Mor-
nan and hs associates are tumclent
to pay the cntlro running expenses of
ine State. Tne untteu mates tsteei
Corporation alono pays an annual tax
If Mr. Morgan's corporations pay in
enough annually to meet tho running
expenses of the States, the taxes paid
controlled by tho great financier con
stitute what money-seckcrB term "pure
velvet." It would bo Interesting to
know how much this "velvet" amounts
to, as the figures would have a bear-
Ing upon tho likelihood of future
amendment of tho Jersey corporation
law mil wouiu
put the State out of
Inv lmlnos Thn
. ... -..-
v fin lnrffn (nnt Inn
amount Is probably so largo that tho
Jerseyites could not be Induced to re
linquish their "soft snap."
1 New York Hun. 1
One of tho best ball players In tho
profession, John J. McGraw, has corno
to town. Ho has left his American As
sociation Club In jjaltlmore to Join tha
National League Club In Now York.
His arrival will bo hailed with enthu
slnsm by many of the moro despondent
over their own nine's long scries of de
feats. Ilut there Is another question,
which to our mind Is ot moro vital con-
corn to the national game and even to onfine , , displeasure
ho Now ork division o it than Mo , to ,h , c hrown , ne
Oraw's ability on tho field. Wbat does ' Tho walls are CoveA-d with In
ho come hero for? ;;. scrlptlons some of which go to show
In a statement to the Dal Imoro Sun , , , b
McOnw himself says: "T he umpires h , h ,
r.rr. ' r. rrr, .;r...,,.
So. Does MeGraw como hero to play
ball, or to obtain freedom to light tho
umpire? Has tho Now York club en
gaged him to play ball, or to fight the
umpire? We hope It's to play ball.
Not That Kind.
The impecunious artist was speaking
ot a new model he had secured for a
great work be was preparing.
"Does she lend herself to the sub
ject?" Inquired a dlllettanto who loved
art for art's sake.
"I should say not," replied the artist,
who bad got bis start as a sign painter.
"She charges two dollars an hour."
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
There Is ono form of rejoicing akin
to Illumination whlcl should be abso-
a winuow anu set lire to a nouse; u
may frighten a horse, or It may hurt
.a human being. A rocket-stick, even If
.quito exunci, inning among me up-
jturncd faces of a crowd, might do se
THE FUTURE OF THE RAND.
Now York Tribune
There are other rands In plenty In
South Africa, but that of WItwaters is
pre-eminently and unmistakably The
Ilnnd. It Ih nnt nnlv tho rnnut n-ttnhlft
Bng,0 gold fled ,n tho worId. ,t laxbi
,nuUBtrai anii political center of
8out Afrlca abovu the orange Rivet
nfluence upon the recent history ot
,t,mt part of tne worIdi am, ,ndced of
' .. .... ... . .
olncr parts oi tne worm, too, nas ueen
enormous. It waB tho bono of conten
tion, or at leaBt It produced that Inter
esting article, In the late war between
Ilrlton and Boer. With tho return of
peaco wo may reasonably expect Its
business and political Influence to bo
in n considerable mcasuro restored.
Tho placo which produces moro.than
one-fourth ot all the gold mined In the
world Is not one to be Ignored.
A CAVE OF TORTURE.
An interesting discovery has been
made at the Island of Capri, in tho
nil n no nf nn nnflnmrniiml irnitlt In
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!ftnd wlfa f Emperor Commodus,
"Now that we have the plans for rav
new twenty-eight story building," said
the blllldialro to the architect, "per
haps you can suggest a good name for
it one that will be characteristic, you
"Well." replied the architect, "In
view of tho fact that It's so very, very
high, I bellee I'd name It 'The Primo
Out before they could paint the sign
meat went higher than the building,
and the name was again Inappropri
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