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E ENINS BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY. NOV. 15. 1903.
niripil lections Moreover, tvc harel
not heard that any of the gentlemen
entrusted with the management of Re
publican politics In Hawaii has yet
expressed any derlre to withdraw from
the trust that was Imposed upon them,
in m-tlra tnnm fnr new manarera whom
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Entered at the Postofflce at Hono
oolulu as stcond.clasa matter.
Parable In Advance.
wall, during the last fiAe ears, has at
ways shown him to he nn active worker
and n Lcllever la maporlty rule, though
Iip may line once bowed somewhat un
graciously to tho verdict of the people.
! Perhaps he feels disappointed that the
HepulillcniiB have been ho successful
I without his netUe lo-operntlon and lie
I may nlso feel n desire to ngalu get Into
J I lintnimu mill licrmiin ii lmrtlclnnut and
a worker If rn. wo arc suro that he
will always ho wiliunieO 111 1902 he
gnvn evidence of marked ablllt) In this
heir hovr rich Individual In the whole
community tried to help them
Meantime Joe Cohen seems to he
their best friend, and It Is a question
for very serious consideration whether
the organization should not be dls
banded or placed once more under tho
protection of the Territorial administration
ONCE WERE QUEENS
Par month, anywhere ln,U. S..I
Per qnartor,- anywhere In tJ. 8?J
Pcroar.nnywjicre U, a...
Per year, postpaid, foreign
aixtuontha 1 .CO I dliucllim, and wo bate nn doubt that
Par year, anywhere In II. S..... 1.00 he has leiirntd lunch by suhnoqucnt ox
Per ear, postpaid, foreign .... 2.U0 , perli'ticc Tin- (lovernur, how c cr, limit
" ' remember that there I' a dlfferencu be-
Tarrltory of Hawaii, ) I ween leadership and dictatorship.
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Tbat the following Is a true and cor
rect statement of circulation for the
week ending Nov. 'J, IVOR, ot tho
Dally and Weekly Editions of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 3 2692
Monday, Nov. 5 2408
Tuilday, Nov. 6 2680
Wednesday, Nov. 7 3482
Thursday, Nov. 8 2602
Friday, Nov. 9 2305
Average dally circulation 2694
Circulation of Weekly' Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906 2492
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
omblned guaranteed average
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THURSDAY NOV. lfi. 1900.
HATCH 7ELLC MOHCNK.
(Continued from Paoe 1.)
line ot sugar production. Endowed by
nature with a soil and climate unsur
passed for the growth of thlt crop.
great Ingenuity and vast amounts of
inc a larjcr farming population. It
was hoped that following the. flag
would come an Immigration of farm
ers from tho mainland, who would take
up the public lands, and who, In addi
tion to brawn and muscle, would bring
capital have been expended In secnt- into the country sturdy qualities of
lng water for Irrigation, without character which would strengthen our
which the cron In some districts would 'electorate as well as build up the
Whot wants the band!
Wlm was It that whispered
This Is the latt day upon which de
llnqucnl tax payers ran make good.
And another Franco-American mat
rimonial alliance lias ended In the di
The double barreled Investigation o!
grafters In San Francisco must bo
rough on RuelT.
How nboul a luau for tho band boys
on Thanksgiving Day? Would mat uv
The Clinmbcr of Commerco Is to be
commended for lis piompt action In
endorsing the work ot Captain Slattery
Candidates for offlco In the gift ot tho
Legislatures should remember that the
Federal government now toots the
WUO WANTS THE BAND?
Tho Chamber of Commerco of Ho
nolulu cenalaly Hindu history for It
nelf yesterday When tho question of
Hiding In tin' return of the baud by sub
scription was under discus-don, every
member present with one exception,
Mr. (lull, otul ngulnxl u resolution to
nsslsl In such purpose. Each one of
those who spoke upon tho Bilbject
claiming. In effect, that It was beyond
the pale of the Chamber, nnd a resolu
tion In favor of helping tho band boys
to return to their homes was defeated
Thereupon Mr, (lalt, who fuwircd the
project, drew tho attention of his broth
er members to tho fact that their action
practically amounted to saying: "We
don' care If the band necr comes
back." The chorus of dlsclalmauts wnx
thick and quick. Nobody ever meant
unytbing of tho sort, nobody ever In
tended to convey liny such Impression,
Tlic haute of thn majority to crawl
from under was far more amusing than
it was impressive. Leaders in finance,
dignllled men of commerce, scramble!
over each other in their efforts to pro
claim that they nil wanted the band
back, though they were not willing to
pa u dollar to help.
Here, then, wo haw the Chamber of
Commerco. unwilling to usslst the. Ha
waiian baud. The Uoaid of Super in
ors has publicly announced Its Irre
sponsibility In the matter, and pleaded
an excuse of "no funds" available for
t lie purpose, although several thousand
dollars have been i-aved to tbo County
during tho absence ot the bojs. Then
there Is tho bacd hul which disclaims
ull responsibility nnd says It has nl-
lendy lost money enough on the project,
though always willing to stand In on
tho profits. With tho exception of the
Hawaiian societies. Mr. Oult and tho
Uulletln, nobody seems to earn whether
the band comes back or not. Hut when
the boys do get hero they will recclvd
the glad hand from everybody, and will
(Wntervllle (Me.) Sentinel
When the United States annexed Ha
waii It annexed a deposed queen along;
wllh the Islands, and Bhe was n torture
to the Washington gang, Along with
the Philippine Islands the United
States took possession of the sultan ol
Hutu mid u I. w other polygamous rul
ers who look picturesque at n distance
Among the- members of the present
loyal families of the world, most ol
whom Iium known many hoi lows, there
are few llguro so pathetic ns that oi
Ranavulo, the ex-queen of Mndngnrcnr
who In now In l'urls, nnd who since
1S97 has been n queen without n throne,
living on the ehnrlty somewhat grudg
ingly vouchsafed her by tho French
government. . From the position of a
ruler wielding sway over three million
people) and territory measuring n quar-
ler of a million squaro miles, she has
sunk to the obscurity of un exile In a
foreign land, living nlwuys In debt and
dependent entirely on the will of the
government which annexed her coun
try and deposed her from her throne,
White men deposed tho Hawaiian
and Madagascar queens, und It Is not
denied that their sex, us well as their
dusky color, had lomethlng to do wllh
the desire that they bo depoted.
France uicd tho sultan of Algiers and
other masculine chiefs moro gently
than that nation used the feminine hend
of tho st'ite In similarly uncivilized
Madagascar. Tho United States, by
Minister Stevens, assisted In deposing
Queen Liliuokalanl ot Hawaii, but the
same trratml'iit has not been given tu
savage chieftains In tho Philippines,
There seems to be u chance here for
the advocntes of equal rights to point
to nctunl Instances of governmental dis
crimination against rulers of nations,
because they happened to be women.
MOT TO IP
llllo rock comes hlgli, but It docs not
follow that the Federal Government
must have It. llllo can do without .t
So the legal octopus lias at Inst got
Its tentacles on tho oily octopus. It
should be u struggle to tho death and
well worth tho price.
While tho good folks ut Heno are
ehjcylng the harmony of Hawaiian
music, thero is certainly considerable
discord among the band at home.
It seems ns If Uerger's baten had lout
its cunning, that there should bo so
much illsronl and such n lack of har
mony surrounding his musical aggrega
tion. The need for precautions being taker,
to prevent President and Mrs. Roose
velt from exposure to yollow fever
should not be lost upon our Federal
und Territorial officials. We shall soon
have the Tchauutepec route In operation.
The Knul (lice Club has now com
plcted Its arrangements tor a conceit
to be given nt the Opera flouso next
Wednesday night. Tho proceeds of the
performance will be contributed to the
common fund, which tho various Ha
waiian societies nre raising.
Resides the glee club Itself, the.ro will
be ninny excellent attractions, as for
Instance, u vucul solo by Mrs. Laurenco
Crook, selection by the Kawalhau Glco
Club nnd tho Kaal orchestra, rwhlch
latter organization will bo assisted by
C. W. Dccring, un expert mandolin
player, and other local tulent.
The Weekly Edition of tna Rvenlnr
intuitu giver a complete summary of
the news ef the dajr. For 31 a yf.
New Cure for Dyspepsia
It Is reported that tho United State'
Fidelity and Trust Company of New
York received n personal return guar'
antee.from James F. Morgan, upon tbo
Issuance of Its band bond. Fancy a por
sonal Indemnity to Indemnify t-n In
The philanthropic ten. who sub'
scribed five thousand dollars to Bend
tho baud to the mainland, claim that
they dl'd so for piomotlon purposes
ony. Hut the Promotion Committee
'has not voiced this sentiment, nor hat
It been heard fiom along the subset lp-
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
. .l. .ySCttS3-,:5Sss
jVtjAc'' MOO" OM aoMi.
Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces losa of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nervea In good condition
by eliminating worry. A fire Insur
ance policy will protect you against
lota of your home and belongings from
flra. Insure today and sleep well to
night. A proportionately small sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue best policies.
he Impossible, and tn many others pre,
carious. The Irrigation works of the
Islands are on a scale rarely under
taken by private Interests nnd are a
monument to enterprise of the commit
nlty. These works have brought un
der cultivation large areas which oth
erwise would have been barren.
Crops have been Increased until the
output now aggregates four hundred
thuiisnud tons per nnnum. Consider
ing the paucity of tho population, ICO,-
MM nil told, this achievement has a
record character. Immediately follow
ing annexation the development of
this Industry was undoubtedly too rap
id. Inspired by the hope of permanent
rrospcrlty under the new conditions,
and believing that stability In htislncsx
as well as In olltlcal conditions had
been attained, practically the whole
community invested Its savings In
new sugar plantations. In the capital
much new building was undertaken
nnd many Bmall enterprises started.
An era of apparent gieat prosperity
lotlowed. While the development was
In progress, employment In all lines
was teadlly obtained. Wages were
high and mechanics Hocked Into the
lorrllory. When the new works un
dertaken were completed many work
men were thrown out ot employment
and large liumbcis returned to the
mainland. The wave of prosperity re
ceded; conditions assumed a normal
basis. The difficulty at that tlmo was
to determine what wan a normal ba
sis. These sharp fluctuations wero
successfully met by the business com
munity. Though hard pressed for a
time, no financial crash followed. The
(xcess of energy displayed In develop
ing new enterprises was followed by
steady, persistent application and
great constancy of purpose In the de
termination to carry through the now
undertakings, and tu bring them to a
successful Issue. Tim danger of de
pending, however, solely on one crop
was emphasized. At a very early pe
riod following annexation It was rec
ognized that the need of a variety of
crops was great. Constant efforts
have been muile to find new crops
biillable to tho support of the small
farmer. Coffee, sisal, nlneaiinles. to
bacco and rubber havo all been tried
with varying degrees of success. The
community Is on the alert to discover
and foster uny species of agriculture
v.nicn will help tu nITord the diversity
of crops dcslre'd. It is obvious, how
ever, that th established Industry
cannot bo abandoned. For years to
come the chlcV jellauce mus't be placed
on'Yhe sugaf 'crop; That Is the crop
which pays tbo taxes and furnishes
the revenue required to maintain our
Institutions. Hawaii cannot afford to
losu tho capital she has invested In
hiigar. Her first great problem Is,
therefore, how to shape an advance
on new Industrial lines while preserv
ing tho old. The great menace to Ha
waii's sugar Industry obviously lies In
n reduction or tariff on Philippine or
Cuban sugars or In the annexation of
these Islands. Cuba Is capable of pro
ducing enough sugar to supply thu to
tal consumption of tho United States
and, If annexed, would drlvo tho
American growers to tho wall. In the
Philippines the Industry Is capablo nt
Indefinite expansion. The cost of pro
duction is there so small, owing to
938 FORT ST.
Ooternor Carter has publicly advo
cated a icorganlzutlon of tho Hepubll
can party In Hawaii, though ho has nut
told Jutt what theiu U to reorganise
Having Just clcitcd n Ituptibllcan l)d
egutu to CougiebB, n Republican l.vgls
luturu und halt a dozen itupubllcuti can
didates to County offices In Oahu, with
.the shrievalty Mill In doubt, it Is u
lttlv illlllcult to follow thu tlovcrtiui
in bis views of III ii need for iiorgau-
The paily here has Just dune ua will
,an did on tlm mainland, tvlieiu lit
limjorlly In Mm Hiiiikh of IiiiiiiiIii
IJvcm mis leMinml und lieji nsiii
wrro uzjioijciit'i'd u fciiiuu nf lliii iuu
Lunalllo Street $60.00
Kapiolanl Street 26.25
McCully Street 25.00
Cor. Klnau and Peneacola Sta.. 25.00
Emma Street 12.50
Beretania 8treet 40.00
Prospect Street 30.C0
King 8treet 35.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
fVuuanu Street 50 00
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
Lultabla for small family, House will
be completed In two weeks,
Cain or Installments,
Particulars at our office.
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Thursday Nov. I5th
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country. To our great disappointment
any considerable Immigration of this
nature has not been obtained. Hawaii
alone of tho outlying possessions offers
a field for settlement on a largo scale.
Instead of a population of 160,000, her
seven thousand squaro miles ought to
suimort half a million people, Shu
nlone of the new possessions offers op-
nbrtunllles to tho American homo-
ccekcr under laws and conditions har
monious with those on tho mainland.
Hawaii, so far, by her own efforts, ban
not been able tu Btntt such a tide of,
immigration or of migration. The
ery serious question arises: enn Con
presB bring It uhoutT A development
of tho coffee Industry has been sug
gested. If coffee growjng could ho
put on a paying' basis, by a duty or
otherwise. It would undoubtedly at
tract rarmcra nnd go fnr towards solv
ing tho problem. Hawaii produces a
coffeo of a very high grade. Thu low
prlco In tho world's markets has pro
tented Its success ns an Industry. Cof
feo nlonc, however, could scarcely
save tliu situation, Bomu further rem
edy must be devised,
Hawaii Is. not waiting to have her
Immigration problem soUed for her;
she is doing what she can to get a de
sirable class of settlers. Kfforts are
imtnir mnii, tn nlitnfn Kurnttcaii Immi
gration people suitable to become cit
Thero Is much reason to believe that
a large part ol the cane growing of
the Islands might be done, by such1
people cither ns day laborers or pref
erably on small holdings of their own.
they selling their cane to the mills.
It does not follow from tho fact that
this work has hitherto been done chief
ly by Asiatics that there Is room for
them only In the country. Even In
tho enne fields there is moro work
than we have hands to perform, nnd
in other lines tho field Ik open to tho
Kuropenn, There Is no reason why
tho homi'Stcads should not he taken
up by Americans and Kuropeans. The
various Industries which would (level
rp In connection with such settlement
Might to furnish employment for the
latter. Tho problem here Is to so
rdiapo conditions that the public lands
may he rapidly taken up by tho right
In addition to a farming population,
Hawaii offers many Inducements to
the home seeker who desires a mild
climate and nu escape from tho rlgorn
of winter. A very Interesting movo
ment In this connection Is now being
pressed' In -Honolulu. I reforto tho
work of tho Hawaiian Promotion Com
mittee. Hawaii has such attractlonu
of climate and scenery, unrivalled In
many respects, It Is firmly believed
that II people can bo persuaded to
como and see for themselves, tho bat
tlo will be half won. As was tho case
in Southern Culifomla, a heavy stream
of travel Is suro to bring somo homo
seekers with It, The Hawaiian Pro
motion Committee is displaying great
energy In attempting tu Increase and
caro for this class of travelers.
Conditions In Hawaii differ In so
many respects from those on tho
mainland that frequent occasion arises
for special legislation In Hawaii's In
lercst. Congress, in tho plenitude of
Its power over tho Territories, would
seem to possess ample authority to
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excessively cheap labor and thu escape meet each new need as It arises, It
from tho necessity of oxpenslvo Irrl-wns obvious to all ut tho time the
f.allon, Hawaii could not hope to com
polo with It. At present sugar la not
i: crop of the first Importance to tho
Philippines. They havo four other
gooj crops rice, copra, tobacco and
their unrivaled hemp. Hawaii at pre,
tnt In dependent on sugar alone as Its
thief staple. In Hawaii It seems un
reasonable to excessively stimulate the
sugar Industry In tho Philippines at
thu expense of Impairing or destroy
ing It in thu United States. Again, tho
Philippines, not being a part ot tho
fiscal syotem of the United States, do
not bear their share of the burdens of
that system. They, therefore, are not
Justly entitled to tho benefits of It.
There does not seem to bo equity In
permitting them to purchase their ma
chinery and supplies In a foreign mar.
hot, escaping the payment of Ameri
can duties, and to sell their produco
In tho United States with the full ben
ellt of the duty on that product. It Is
easy to bo carried away by our en
Ihuslasm und to approve of Bltrulstlc
ideas without duly weighing results
Iliihlness prudence would lead us to
l.esltato before taking a courso which
would probably destroy a great homo
Industry in which somo two hundred
million dollars have becu Invested.
Thu total abrogation of tho duty on
Philippine sugars threatens harm to
tho thousands of American farmers
and luvestois who havo put their mini
In Fall Creations
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Our SODA WATER catlitles
the drinker, bscause It U real
soda and Is always served re
freshingly cool. Why not try
It? You will be comfortably
seated while partaking here.
Honolulu Drug Oo ,
we will place on aale THOU8AN08
OF REMNANTS of 8ILK8, WOOLEN
GOODS, FLANNEL8 and FLANNEL
ETTES, the accumulation of the past
tix months of heavy selling, ao you
mau hm en-., (hat (hfl lot COntalnS
tomethlng that you want at a price l- bugar beets and tano on the
that will compel you to take It. mainland and In Hawaii out of all pro-
A fev of tho many are displayed - " ."V"- """"""
In our makal windows.
WHOSE SALES Arte SALES,
I wilt to ihu l'lllplno people. Thu great
mass of thu rillpluus, the laboring peo
ple Ihu das you with to help uud
I favor uuuld be tho class who would
I derive the least bencllt, fiom thu bugur
business well If It was developed on a
Ureal scale In thuir Islands, It would
hveiu that siiiltclcnt tuilll uinceinloim
(Oilhl he Blunted Id 111 Philippine to
llidmii piiinperlty lliuiuou lines which
wuuhl not iri'iiln diiNliuell'ii ciiiupe,
lluii wllh Imiiiiu iilu.tle,
I'lo.ily iilllcil In III" iuhimi n
Joint Resolution of annexation was
passed that tho land laws of tho Unit
ed Slates would not bo suitable to con
ditions in Hawaii, and It was provided
that these laws should not bo extend
ed there. One marked difference lay i
tn tho fact that a considerable por
tion of the public domain In Hawaii
consisted of Improved land which was
a source of Income to the government.
Another situation tailing fur special
legislation Is found In tho matter of
the Federal revenues from Internal
revenue ami customs receipts. A mil
lion and a quarter of dollars In bard
money Is each year taken out of our
community through these two sources.
This constitutes a heavy drain upon
our supply of circulating medium. It
lend.) to keep up tho rate of Interest
and hampers business in many ways.
A movement was put on foot, which I
received tho favorable endorsement otl
tbo President, to huve three-fourths of
such revenues st apait In tho Trcas-.
uryusalund for expenditure In Hawaii I
lor public Improvements; thu other,
fourth being ample to meet tbo coat
ot administration of tho Territory, so
far ns the same Is a Federal cbargo, A
bill for this purpose passed tho Sen
ate of thu last session, uud Is now
pending beforo thu House. Auothei
Instance of tho necessity of special
tieatuieut Is to ho found In thu mutter
of Immigration legislation. It Is ol
tho greatest luipoitniico to Hawaii that
no piolilblllon should bo eunctcd
iigulnM thu po.vcr of u Territory to us.
tint Immigration by fiiriiluhlug liaiiH.
purtntlon, or contributing tu tho same.
It must bo obvious to you that many
of Huwi'.ll's problems are beyond tho
power of dtteiiulimtluu by bur own
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