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TUESDAY AUGUST 14, 1P00.
I Mr. Kinney as a Democrat seek
ing to force politics upon the courts
The Athtrtlser asserts that It ren
rccfnu scen-elghths of the Republi
Wouldn't that Jar you? Our cstccmol
contemporary must be dreaming.
Twas harmony the pirates wanted.
Harmony Indeed, when the first more
on their part Is to foment discord.
What wonder Is It that the'peoplc place
no confidence In such advocates?
As the Larry Godkln of local poli
tics the organ of the pirates Is without
a peer. It possesses all Larry's bltter
nos and hatred for Republican Insti
tutions, though s.-i'll lacking Larry a
ability to epres hlinelf.
"Two kinds of Republicans." Thus
talth the Adertlser. The true Re
publican that stands by paity principle
and the pirate d'jrtd of p.. y honor.
As the organ of the latter the Adut
tlser U an able exponent.
Political pirates would Indeed be
happ If It weie not Mr. Sewnll's Inten
tion to make his home In Hawaii. As a
euppoiter of honest Americanism Mr.
Sew all does not And favor with men
who consider the Hag and the pilncl
pies It lepresents a disgrace.
What Is being done towards fram
ing the Honolulu charter? With the
Terrttor) soon In the midst of the fall
campaign, scant attention will be giv
en tills Important measure unless th?
tnxpajcrs begin early to prepare thn
document to be presented to the Legis
lature. Among Its "life long Republicans"
the Advertiser finds a following that
condemned the McKlnley bill and
celebiated properly when free trade
Grotir Cleveland was elected. And
later fought without ceasing the Re
publican leaders who dimanded n vo:e
for every citizen of Hamuli.
PIRATES A6 REPUBLICANS.
Now comes the high and mighty
political pirate mid In the ponderous
tones of the swash buckler tempered
with the ptrldeut whine of the ploiu
fraud declares Its Ignorance of the fact
that National Committeeman Sewail
was ver voted for at the polls or was
ever leiognlztd by national Republi
can leadeis. Such nssumed Ignorance
Is IiIIm (o the pirate: It would Indecl
be folly to expect wisdom or a fair Jc
gree of honesty.
Attacks upon Mr. Sewall's standing
In the Republican party appear as it
huge joke to national party leaders,
and serve merely to prove to those
leaders the shallow personal spite tint
prompts such political balderdash.
Harold M. Sewall, elected to the Maine
I.eglslatme by a solid Republican vote,
Haiold Sewall, elected chairman of tin
Maine Republican State Convention fit
1890, Harold Sewall, elected with Sena
tor Frye, Joe Manley nnd Congress
man Nelson Dlnglcy to lepresent tlm
Republicans of his State In tho nation
al convention that nominated Wm. Mo
Kin ley for the Republican cnndldato
for President of the United Statei,
Harold Sewall, who If Piesldcnt Mc
Kinlley had not stationed him In Ha
waii, would have been called by tho
Republicans of his district to take the
place In Congress mnde vacant by the
death of Nelson Dlngley, Harold Sew
all whose staunchest friends nrc tho
former associates, political followers
aid personal friends of James U,
Blaine, this Is the same Mr. Sow.i'.l
whom a few, and they are mighty fow
political malcontents of the Hawaiian
Territory charge with being a rene
gade. This la funny enough to draw
tears of laughter from n petililed owl.
The degiee of honor, political or per
sonal, possessed by the pirates win
make these charges l further exempli-
fled by the fact that they were And
have been under repeated obligation
for his personal assistance at the na
tional capital In securing for them tli4
I ptmmtil Intrrtst and actlxe support ot
national Republican leaders, tv'tb
'whom Mr. Sow nil was and Is on the
i closest terms of personal friendly In
Tlif fact that Mr. Sen all did, after
fulfilling his oh'iclnl diplomatic du
ties, urge upon his Congressional jnd
Senatorial friends that they grant Hit-walliin-Amerlcnus
the full rights of
American citizens as epressed by
manhood mffrage linn hfeured for him
the spiteful enmity of a clique of fan
fading pown. which ban spent IU
time slnte the Territory was estab
lished offering Insults to nathe H.-
wnllnnn and bellttellng their cbaraiter
Mr. Scnall, hoeer. Is true to 111
principles, an honest type of capable
American manhood, thereby possess
ing personal characteristics utteilv
lacking In the mind or acts of the pol!
tUal pirates and Uoers attacking htm.
The liberal Principles which Mr. Sew
all and the Republican party preacn
are always fulfilled Irrespective of tho
cowardly schemes of lndllduals with
axes of personal spite to grind nt
the expense of the people.
True to Its piratical character thl
combination engaged In working out n
plan to destroy the Republican p.-utf,
announces that It sails under the Re
publican banner of Lincoln, flarfletd
nnd lllalne. God sae the mark.
Their charges against Mr. Sewnll nio
funny, this Is more funny, most funny
cen ridiculous. Did the Republlcji
Ism of Lincoln urge the disfranchise
ment of American citizens or did II
free slaves? Has the Republicanism
of Garflild, Ulatne or McKlnley ev.'r
voiced a sentiment expressing dis
trust In the character of American
citizenship? Even the schoolboy knovs
that It was the party of Lincoln, Gar
field, Harrison nnd McKlnlev that gav
the billot to every American cltlzvii
and now demands the protection of
that light ngilnst Just such attacks
now made In the organ of the local
Iiy Its own words the AdvcrtlnT
stands silf-condenined. It has writ
ten Itself free from the respert or con
fidence of honest citizens and Is now
nrduously engaged In making brlgnt
the pathway of the demagogue ind
PARALLELS OF HISTORY
The Japan Times says:An authoiltv
on Chinese mattcu, just arrived hum,
flom New Chwanif. lmx hpf-ti Int-.-
vlewed by the Nippon. Among other
things he Is represented to huve Btnt
ed that, according to his obrervatlon
while In China as well as to the opin
ions curient among well-Informed
Chinese, the present crisis U the re
sult of u scheme which has been ec-
cretly maturing In Peking during the
past few years.
Krrontously believing that all tne
woes of China In recent years were due
to the complaisant and weak-kneed
policy of the peace loving Ministers, a
party of conservatives headed by
Prince TvvnnAnd Knng Yl had come to
the conclusion that the adoption of a
stalwart policy was the only means
of saving China.
Their oilginal Idea was first to thor
oughly reorganize the Peking Cabinet
on a warlike basis, and then to open
negotiations with Germany and Rus
sia for the restoration of the territor
ies ceded or leased to them. Kor this
purpose they gave their heartfelt sup
port and encouragement to tho Uoxir
movement. Hut the authority froai
whom we nre quoting believes that the
picniature explosion and misguided
extiavagances of the Iloxeis, have quite
upset the deeply laid progrnnfof Prince
Tv.an nnd his associates, who did lie
mean to fight against any other power
except Germany nnd Russia.
The cardinal Idea of the new warlike
party seems to have been that the as
sertions of China's military streng'h
was n measure absolutely necessary for
icHtorlne her relations with the outRide
woild to something like a nornul
state. We do not vouch for the co.
lectness of the last mentioned theory
as to the object of the conservative '
party, but If It Is well founded, It
brings out an Interesting historical par
allel with the Ideas prevailing nmongi
large section of the Japanese forty
years ago, when tho question of for
eign intercourse powerfully ogltaved
the minds of the people.
In those days, the predominant Idea
among 'a powerful party of our think
ers was Hi st to fight with the foreiRn
nation and then to grant them tho
privileges of commercial Intercourse as
a voluntary favor, there being In th
minds of these leaders no notion of a
possible defeat on the part of their
country. Thus far the parallel seems
to be nearly perfect, but It remains to
bo seen whether the sequel will be
the same In China (is it has been In
this country. In oir case, as soon ai
wo were rudely reminded of our weak
ness by the two little bombnrdments of
Shlmonosekl nnd Kagoshlma, we a,
once set ourselveaw ith the open mind
ed docility of a willing student to
learn from the West all the true secrets
of Its strength. Will tho present disas
ter t China have at last the samo
beneficent effect upon the Chinese? We
sincerely hope It will, and such Is the
hope of her well wishers all over Uie
Pome of the qualities of the Trlbuixi
wheel ore hluo color, perfection of
parts, lightness, strength, durability
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H Dimond, which are
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, XA to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Stores? Fort' Kin& and Bethel st5,
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevition of over 800 feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from KMo Head to the Wal.il.ie Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Surrles, Phaetons, Buggies, 'Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
., . ,. . 1
1900 XOXDISZLj 1
Pacific Cycle Co.
D. W. B. TAYLOR,
Has removed to Beretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
and Beretanla streets.
1590-im Tel. 517. Hourr: 0 to 5.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krrrr hlM r f drfnf nnd difficult lirar
lug tun hr rurril tyour new Inrentluni oolr
tbun liirltijr I en born tit tf are Incujutln. KoUn
In tlimrcaeAt mirr. hrtidpirUcaisrf about
your cne, CVtikulintluu and ndrlc frrr. V.ivrj
lie ciiq curu hiwtelf at till gwn uotue at very
DIR, OALTON'S AURAL CLINIC
, m Uitlle Annuo, CHICAGO, ILL.
now opened' up
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
ANTS it cents a line onf Insertion. 2
cents two Insertions, jocentu one week,
40 cents two weeks, and Co cents one
--inomii. 1 nis is me cneapesi advems-
'"K ev ffed to the people of Honolulu.
momn. 1 tils Is the cheapest adverts
jno. PofEe& Sons
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND DOG REMEDIES
"Horn Fly Dip''
Sure Prevention . .
C. W. MACFARLANB, of
Good Air. Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Ataxima or Grand
boulevard, ana in itself an artistic piece of engineering affordi
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work 1
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose!,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connection!
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, o
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
For sale . .
s1 ai nm rm 1 pr-rinv
j of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
MWtfl W L t- W IVtl
Comer Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
,.FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke- Book-- Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
THB BEST IS CHEAPEST
tlurtfor. cur 1 1 J li ilwir, in, oim
btcauu thtrc it no ttntr cooli mij thin fioit
- Wnen you ait nxlnj up iht oil ttut or
Blinnlof a n.w ont-cortuU ut rif irllnj tigw to
do it In ktylf 1
tUmUm Slpii nlDliflty Flituni w art
Henrj Waterhoose & Co
i.V: . f"", ll,,ou " '"y "lnl Int.rlor
Diilih or turriltun In Hi. way of tinea or i'jra rliturtt
partition iktlvlng, ate, In hard oudi ot . ktaji
Plana and dailgna (or tht aiklng ol
Lewers & Cooke,
.(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
Olaa Sugar Co.
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS
Notice Js hereby given that the 12th As
sessment heretofore advertised as of 10 per
cent due and payable on the snd of August
has been reduced to 2'A per cent or 50 cents
per share, due ana payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber leth, looo.'penalty of 1 per cent per
month from Sept. 10th, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co"
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 ist
The 4th ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent,
or 2.oo per share, due June 20th, 1900,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the 1st day of October, 1900,
according to resolution adopted by the
stockholders at a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on the jist day of July, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. rfco .5-
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hfeby given that the Eighth
AMmfnt nf f.n l.nn.. .."'"
share) levied on the Assess able Stokof
MCBRYDE SUGAR Co!Tl.TD.. UdSl,
Stockholders will please make promp
&VtT4 0..Li3M U " TIKO.H.
ISIgnM) THOS.' RAIN WALKER,
, Honolulu, July 10th, 1900. faty
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