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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY sr, 1902.
THE HOHOLOLU REPUBLICAN
Published Every Morning Except Moa-.
day By e www (
Uaaiag Compaay, Limited.
C. R. BUCKLAND ED,TOB?
Editorial Rooms Main 123.
Washington Eureau Post Building.
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HOXOLUI.TJ. H. T..JAN.21, 1902 j
CONSTRUCTION OR DESTRUCTION
in we paaaing 01 tae o. c t KeJett bJ3 rotirueU f,ni
in theae HawaUan lalanda, the Kauai ports.
gime which Impolalvely sprang from Mrg c M CoQt has returnefi from
a little monarchy, tlwre was of neces-f g v,g," tQ K"auaL
ally much deatructlon done. 01d; J R Hackfeld is back from a 'ohm
ronditions bad to be done away with; ' npg trjp to jauai ports.
old Ideaa had to be' wiped out or re-J u Pears m arrived by the Mi
formed; and old metbode were forc"d' ksnaa on pUnUyfrom a trip to
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to give ntace to newer ayateras ana
more modern waya. Then came a
period of conatructlon. a period of
but a few years to lie aure. in which
ka attention waa paid to tearing
down old things than to building up
ww oaea. Bxnerience teaches that
conatracttoa will accomplish more
In the wav of progreaa and reform.
for deatructlon la bound of necessity .
. i.v. r. nt iilf whn conBtriie-l
tion ia in the fleld. Construction, in
the very nature of it purpose, does
the work of destruction on the samoi
principle that two IxxHe cannot oc
cupy the Bame apace at the same
When theae lalanda became a Ter j
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rltory of the United SUtea and tb.
etttnuaiaam 01 AmencBnum as i
by many of Hawaii ruisenB, surau
of the more ardent of the upholders
Of American government at once
sought to tear down everything which
was not American. Their enthusiasm
waa moat meritorious, but the same
energy directed in the cause of build
lor no rather than of tearinK down
would have accomplished
There are those today, good, hon
est, enthueteatlc American citizens.
who are crying aloud for the tearing
down of what is loft over of the Re
public of Hawaii, aud the Provisional
Government and the Monarchy days
of Hawaii. .They are hot for the
wiping out of o cry thing that is not
American. Perhaps if they were as
hot for the building up of everything
that is American, American principles
and institutions would find a firmer
footing on Hawaii's soil. The en
thuaiaats are M hot for destruction
that they are likely to forget the
work of construction at the time
when It is most needed. Let the en
thtwinsOic American take heed to the
construction of Americanism. The
destruction of things un-American
-will be a natural sequence.
Admiral Schley seems to be as good
a ftghter on shore as ho is at sea
The free and Independent Republic
of Cnba will soon be of this world.
Hob. Historian Maclay has boen
sued for 55.50 for an unpaid boor
There is a man in lown who has
nerve enough to want to marry Mrs.
. Let us hope the Board of Health
will not overlook Kowalo and the
Works on the financial question
aad studios In banking are said to be
In domand for light after dinner road-1
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Woman may be able to cook all the
way from baked beans to mint juleps,'
bat she will nerer learn the right
way to alight from a street car.
Hon. Grover Cleveland Is being!
Mmlnated by the Mainland press
as the man to represent the United
States at the coronation of King Ed-j
And Captain Alfred T. Mahan !Mn Mmm-ni,.of .vw AstMl-station
the latest naval officer who ventures
A.. 4 4 .. .. hh .! 4In & f lw
W u.hC Uii !, u u. .v
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IVU lHmiua ui uu livm ur"
Carnegie got his money is not worry'
ing the Matnlanders nearly s much;
as the moro pertinent point, how to?
get It away from him.
How about the publication of a pol-
Itical fraud list, embracing the men
who talk one side of the fence on one.
ride of the street, and the other side
! of tile fence "when they cross the
Hq check Book Dick has gone to
Q. . . straighten oat the Hanna
forces. As Hon. Mark owed bis first
Urited States Senatorial election
esUrely to th careful maneuvering of
;.., o.i..ui, .1
Ceeral Met, th outlook for iMMr
! - - - r . Ua Danuklliin 1aSi-mm(i
" w "-" "
k te to be hoped that the disgrace- j
j fal scenes enacted some six raoatas
i ago on the waterfront here, an J for
many months in San Francisco, are
I ,.. Ah lm Acuu.4ml f TTn aImM
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Know wen enougo ibbi mey h-c
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no right to injure and coerce men ,
who do not happen to oetoag to meir
onloae. A man has as perfect a ;
rtent to refuse to Jofn a union as he I
i has to iota one. and the fact that
he does not Join does not give the
union man any legal right, to attack
hi ra or to trv and prevent him from
mraias; a livelihood in any manner
that he sees fit. ;
J PCP50PIQ I NCW5.
William Meyer was among the re
turning passengers in the Lehua
from Mololral and Ma-ii ports.
The chief officer of the steamer
Hyades, now at this port, is the son
of Mrs. Tollett, the president of the
Federation of Women Press Clubs
I .. .... OttA nf U'lCrtATieln
" inc " Ul ,.wU..
W. H Hoogs was included in the
st Ol passuuKe.s ucpa.w.m iU
Coaet yesterday on the China.
W. E. Skinner and wife have
turned from a trip to Maui ports.
J A. Mariner departed by the Chi
na yesterday for the Coast. Mr.
Marriner will accompany P. A. Perry
l t. J tr1n.. nf Itfc fnliioriln Titntllf AC
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throughout It'll pnr. 'ii busi t-s-
Qf th(? MaInIand
Burglars Continue Active.
The Bon and Burgess premises
were entered by burglars some nights
ago but the thieves failed to secure
anything of great value. The robbers
made themselves at home with the
edibles found at the Burgess Com-
mibsary, and completed a square
meai oeiore leaving iae piacc. iuu
nocturai visitors were irignienea
away from the Bon house but, instead
of deserting the neighborhood, cross-
i Pil over into the next van! and help-
e( themselves to w hatever they could
rind at the Burgess residence.
Fertilizer Company Meets.
There was an annual meeting of
the Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Com
pany yosterday morning at 10 o'clock
in the offices of H. Hackfeld & Co.
The treasurer's statement and vari
ous reports were read -and officers for
the ensuing year were elected as fol
lows: George W. Wilcox, president;
H. A. Isenberg, vice president; W.
Pfotenhauer, treasurer: F. Klamp,
secretary, and A. Hanneburg. auditor.
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Meet.
A special meeting of the Hawaiian
Sugar Company was held at the office
of H. Hackfeld & Company yesterday
morning at which time a discussion
regarding a bond issue was taken up.
A bond to the amount of 11,000.000
was authorized, although only $400.
000 will be Issued at the present time.
Burn's Anniversary Celebration.
The Scottish Thistle Club will
celebrate Burn's birthday with a
smoking concert at Elks" hall. Friday
evening, January 24, at S o'clock
British Consul W R. Hoare, Robert'
Catton, E. P. Dole and Judse Ebtee,
will be among the speakers.
Amateur Orchestra Invited.
Owing to the joint reception of the
. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., the reg-
1 ular weekly rehearsal, to have been j
the Amateur Orchestra at
the Association building on Thurs -
j day evening will be postponed The
orchestra has been invited to attend
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TirTT n.Tr TO fi 1111171 P n
WILlJiiO iO UillJiJriLlJ
TO THE GHINA STATION
WASHINGTON. January S. Secre
i jajy i onf: nas detached Rear-Admlral
j Glides from his present duty as Com -
mandant of the Pensacola Navy Yard
i and ordered him to relieve Rear-Ad-
i mlral Louis Kcmnff. th iunior scmad-
Admra, wndes w j, from San'
Francisco on the China for his post
Qn Fobniarj. 7tlL u is pr0bable that
Rear-Admlral Robley D. Evans who
Is to K the senior squadron comman -
oa lh Aslatlc mion- wU1 saU,ta B- F- Danlels Territory of Ari
on the same steamer. Captain P. H.
'Cooper will relieve Admiral Wildes
J a. Commandant of the Pensacola
yard, the order going into effect onj
No man -worts harder thin the
1 millionaire, to whom the eight-hoar
law afford3 no relief whatever. The
extreme penalty of financial law has
been imposed upon him he Is sen-
iteneed to financial servitude for Mfct
j.. ra nmkcu editorial article fceaded. "Eitrao.-.
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not be given a fair
Cuban election,- the
frfeads of Gen. Maso seem to be fol
lowing the precedent set by Senator
Jeaes and jacwentally, providing anjtorial says, regarding Hawaii:
explanation of impending defeat.
Th warm hospitality of the Com
wercwi cjbo s eaempiuisu iu mc
loud applause which ereeted Minis- J
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Mr wS statement mat me viuinrsi'
enjov free adml5sion to thi5
. wh.pn not one member in a i
i,undred believes that way for a mo-,
irent- Kansas City Journal.
What a long step toward true me-
tropoiuan aisuncuuu -ew mm. i.'. Vv. m '
have madde when It is suitably pro- Works. Superintendent of Public In-
Tided with nlenty of artistic
i signs, and when the street "and ave-!
nnmbers on all buildings, nubile
j and private, are made clear and con-
spicuous both by day and by night!
-New York Tribune.
In proceeding on the theory that
the salvation of the Filipinos de
pends on their education, the Philip
pine commission is working on cor
. t:- i u i,i;.. -;tu ,,-kipii
the natives are availing themselves j
of educational opportunities is a gu-
arantee that American efforts to aid
these neoDle will succeed. Pittsburg '
these people will succeed.-
-The disclaimer by the German Am
bassador at Washington of any pur
pose on the part of his Government
of acquiring a naval station or other
"foothold" in the West Indies, or in
any part or Central or South America,
vas so frank, full, and explicit that
i was received aud recognized,
throughout the United States as en
tirely satisfactory. New York Times
Chicago Chronicle: "Art for art's
sake" has been a debasing as well as
a fallacious apology for otherwise in
defensible pictorial and plastic exe
cution. "Art for the Gospel's sake''
is a revival of the dectrine, aesthetic
and ethical, which did more than all
other influences combined to fill the
world with architecture and decora
if Congress would avert scandal
and jobbery of every description it
will centralize all responsibility for
the expenditure of the canal appro
priation in the President, This course
will Inspire public confidence in the
honest disbursement of the millions
that must go into the canal as well
os popular faith in its engineering
success. Chicago Record-Herald. '
Whatever else Lord Roseberry
bas done in his Chesterfield speech
he has pronounced the formal funer
al oration on the party and the creed
of Cobden and Gladstone. He may
not have evolved a New Liberalism,
but he has in the counsels which he
controls, and which seem to. repre
sent all that retains vitality in the
British opposition, destroyed the Old.
New York Press.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:
Ex-Gov. Hogg of Texas is going to
England to close negotiations for the
organization of a gigantic .oil syndi
cate, with a capital of $50,000,000,
which is to rival the Standard Oil
company. Let's see, wasn't there
ence down in Texas a man by the
name of Hogg, formerly Governor of
of the State, who was a bitter and un
compromising foe of the Octopus?
The movement in all kinds of
no inuicattons wnatever tnat tne!
liu-li.'wntnr TtinrL- nf tiiinnc nc hann '
O" "..- U4U... , Uf.M.0 U..; u.-&.
reached, or that it is
likely to be
leached iu the immediate
From the present outlook there is
nothing save a long period of pros
perity in sight. Chicago Inter Ocean
SENT TO THE SENATE
I President today sent the
' nominations to the Senate
j Leslie M. Shaw Secretary of the
Henry C. Payne. Wisconsin, Post
Minister-resident and Consul-General
I Alphonso J. Lespinasso. New York,
Consul at Tuxpan. Mexico.
Treasury Conrad N. Jordan.assis-
tact treasurer of 'the United States
' at New York.
George W. Whitehead, appraiser of
merchandise, district of New Tork.
W. S. Graham. Surveyor-General of
Unlted States Attorneys-Frederick
S. Nave, for Arizona; Sardls Summer-
' field, district of Nevada. ;
United States Marshals Edward
. W. Kennedy, district of South Dako-
. George L. Robinson, Indian agent,
. Fort Bertholdt Aencv. X. D.: rjeorse.'
i : '!
P. Bennett. Register of the Land o: -
fice at Rapid City, S. D.
iraue coiiuuues 10 ue ireraenaous,, registration. It mav be noted, how
but regular and healthful. There are ever that the veto of the Governor
(Special to The Republican
NEW YORK. Jan. 3. The New
York World this morning publishes
dIlla Rewju 0; Enxmsioa.- rticb ,
is devoted for thhe most part to taef.
lock the Uaitei States has had with
the Territory of Ha wait The edl-i
! Under an act of Congress approve
April 30. 1369, a Territorial govern
meat was established over Hawaii.
The executive power i5 divided be-J
r. ,,.. ..,,
tween a Governor, a Secretary, botflf
..-..ui tnT. fnnr ,-- hv th Pw;
hi" " - .- .-.
ident, and the following officers ap.
pointed by the Governor and con-
firmed by the Hawaiian Senate.
namely; Attorney -General. Treasur
er. commissioner of PnUc w na,.(
Commissioner of Agriculture and For-j
structwn. iuiauor ana i?puij, jui-
veyor, High Sheriff and members of
the Board of Health. Public Instruc-
tion. Prison Inspectors, &c All these
executive officers hold office for four!
years and must be citizens of Ha
waii. The legislative power Is divided
between two houses a Senate of fif
teen and House of Representatives
of thirty members. Senators are
pipoter? fnr four vears. ReDresenta'
tires for two. The Legislature is
convenea ence in io j-eais aim i
sessions are limited to sivty days.
The judicial system of the Terri
tory consists of a Supreme Court,
with thiee Judges', and a Federal
Circuit Court, all of whose Judges
and officers are appointed by The
President. - Inferior courts are estab-
I lished by the Legislature.
In Congress Hawaii is represented
by a Delegate elected by the voters
of the Territory every two years.
Out of the total population of 134,
000 only the odd 4,000 are American
born, yet they rule the islands and
secured its annexation against the
will of the native majority.
The Chinese, of whom there are
over 21,000 in the islands, are per
mitted there under a certificate sys
tem, but are prohibited from going
thence to "any State. Territory or
district of the United States." The
American-born Acting Governor.
Henry Cooper (Gov. Dole being dis
abled), in his latest report recom
mends law- permitting more Chinese
laborers to come into the islands,
conditioned on their engaging in
?gricultural pursuits only; otherwise
they are to be returned to their own
country. Practically this will be a
Chinese serf system the
tion of slave labor in all but name.
The Hawaiians are rapidly vanish
ing. They number to-day less than
cue-third of the total population.
In 1S72 there were 50,000 of them; in
1900 there were only 30.000 of them.
In a few years, therefore, all ques
tions touching the lights or wrongs
of the natives will have settled them
selves, and the Territory will be
ready for Statehood as a community
of Americans ruling a large subject
mass of alien yellow peons Japan
ese and Chinese.
The first Legislature of the Terri
tory was elected on Nov. G. 1900.
The result was the, overwhelming
success of the Home Rule (native
Hawaiian) party. They elected nine
of the fifteen Senators and twenty
two of the thirty Representatives
the remaining members being divid
ed between the Republicans and De
mocrats. Th election cry of the na
tive voters was "Hawaii for the Ha
waiians!" The total vote cast was
10.103. There is an educational re
striction on the suffrage, but the Ha
waiian language iz accepted as a sub-
situate for English in the test for
can onU- be overcome by a two
i uurns maiomv or tne i.ecisianire.
t and the Homo Rule maioritv is nnp
I vnta short nf tViot An1 n ovorv
I subsequent election the native Ha
waiitn vote .vifl be considerably
Free trade between the islands and
the United States being established.
it is impossible to give exactly the
! figures of our commerce with them
, In 1S99 they bought $15,000,000 worth
, of American goods and sold $22,517,-
000 worth of their exports to this
country practically all of them. And
cur trade is increasing with them.
As a purely business affair Hawaii
not conquered but peacefully annex
td is the most profitable page in our
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Robert Grieve
Publishing Co.. Ltd.. will be held at
the office of the Treasurer, J. H.
eA-riDnAs lAUIIAOVS oc ovt
i at 3 o'doot tj m Bv order of the
t Board of Directors.
EDWIN S. GILL.
j Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1902. j
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
On Thursday, January 23rd. at 10 1
o'clock a. m., at my salesroom. 65
Qaeen street. Honolulu. I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of Mr. H. G.
MIddleditch. trustee in the estate of
' J-H. Taylor & Co bankrupts, the fol-,
,n .P""" oeacnow nereoan-
aise. me complete ust oi wmen can oe
seen at my officer Anvils, Tire Up-
' setter. Coal, Bites, Hammers. Clamps,
jMaHets. Bolts, Shovels, Callp-rs,
Tire Bander. Round and Flat Bar Iron,
. Bar Tool Steel. "Wrenches, Drill Press,
Flatters, Swager. Punches, Pinchers,
Wrenches. Desk. Scales, Buggy
Wheels. Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum
ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, eta. etc
Together with a fifteen, years' lease
of the property situated on the comer
. of Queen and Milinani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building sftn-
l ate thereon.
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Honolulu. Jan. 9, 155.
Intending passengers by the S. S.
-Sierra." leaving Honolulu for San I
Francisco en January 21st. are hereby
"""-" ':,'. vk-t Vsi '
steamer will be given quickest possi
ble dispatch, and will not remain at
. . ,nr than iv hours dav or
h.s port more than s.x hours, day or
Tickets for the above sailing must
te purchased at the office of the un-t
. . later than MONDAY.
JANUARY The Company will!
auarantee to receive baggage af-'
ter the arrival of the steamer, nor to
transportation after the
WM. G. IRWIN S. CO, Ltd,
General Agents O. S. S. Co.
HONOLULU HARBOR, No. 54.
American Association of Masters and
All members are requested to at-
tend meetings on the first and third
Sunday of every month, in Harmony
Hall, at 7 p. m.
Sojourning Brothers are invited
G. H. BROKAW, Worthy Captain.
G. H. PILTZ, Captain's Clerk.
All persons are forbidden to tres-
pass on the fishing rights at Kaika,
Waialua, Island of Oahu. Any person'
trespassing or fishing will be prose-!
cuted to the full extent of the law.
CHING AKINA. Lessee.
Notice is hereby given that I Willi
not be responsible for any debts con-:
tracted in the name of Mrs. S. C.
Bertelmann or Mrs. I. H. Kahilina. i
(Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA.
Honolulu, January 13th, 1902.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the nowers of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated October 30th,
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of t
Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Territory of (
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said ,
Honolulu, in Liber 19G, on pages 263
and 264, the mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for con
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due. i
Notice is likewise given that the
property conveyed by the said mort-!
gage will be sold at Public Auction at i
the auction rooms of James F. Mor-'
gan. Auctioneer, Queen St, Honolulu.'
on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-!
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon. i
The property covered by said mort-
gage consists "of all that piece or par- j
eel of land situated on the Waikiki ,
! side of Makiki Street near Wilder !
Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
All that piece or parcel of land con-,
taining an area of forty-two hundreths i
(42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the ,
piece or parcel of land described in
Royal Patent 3690, Land Commission
Award 1101S to Wahine.
I Together with all buildintrs. im
provements, rights, easements, priv
ileges and appurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
HOLMES & STANLEY.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attornev in fact.
The above Sale Is postponed to Sat-
urday, January 25th, at 12 o'clock
noon, at Salesroom of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles If not be sure
to ask about them when you are
in the store.
No other people can put up pick
les like Southerners and these are
direct from Virginia.
Better telephone for bottle,
come with your regular order.
Here are some of the varieties:
Martynias and others.
LEWIS & CO., ltd.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Matinee Today at 2:30
Tonight at 8:15
I LEE and RIALS
WILL CHANGE PROGRAMME
Tuesday, January 21st
Reserved. Seats, $1; Gallery, $50c.
Children, 25c; Adults, 50c, to the
DO HOT BE DECEIVED i
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
Onrlg Ufofpr WnrvQ fifl I Tfl
OUUa nttlCI TTUIrtO UU., LIU.
i Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
601 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island orders solicited.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthurne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Oid Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
From 50c to S3.00
PER YAED At
Tlie PHONG FAT CO.
33 Kintr Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
. . .
The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
:g SAVE J'TyS'F
. Tf St apaa aaiMa aa t waj
0 Keep one at your bed- g
g side and throw light
Ig on the burglar "when o
IrS hp mmpc a hnralinor" O
. . N.... V UU1 !. y.
The Uollister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Thlng3
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Flngora,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. Wo
can furnish you a. box of delicious
candle, worth a dollar elsewhere.
J. OSWALD iLTJTTED,
ALSO SOME MORE
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL