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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., -THURSDAY. FEB. 6. 1902.
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VUI1III MtY 1102
A PROGRAM OI! PUACC,
The sele tlon of Col Samuel Parker
or In an .x-ut the appointment of a". tie I s ration fr lendh to
.... ............ V. ...i, "lln ,1C Administration irieneli) to
Territory I. a maKiilflcent Mcton for
.h. t n,?rl n, ,1 le. fnr v 1 ,,rh tZ I
ih" Am.l.r,,?"Kl.ni. ?' 5. 1! ...,.!! I
IIUIIUI U' iniuii' uu no uuiviiiui 'l ,,w
paper has fought since It came under
tho control of Its present management,
ami u complete Indication of Its con
stant and honest demand for the ex
ercise of liberal American principle in
the administration of the local govern
ment. It means the adoption of American
meinous in cue .-icuninisuaiiun uc
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gnrc ny wnicu rresicieni iicue iuui
nlnnir with lilm when lie liccnme Oov
ernor It means government by tlu-1
It means government by tho
people and therefore means political i
peace and the pnperlt which such
n condition will icrtalnlv bring about
While Mr Dole retinitis In office In
this Territoiv contentment and poll
tlcal peace nmong the mnjoritj Is Im
poslble He has bad the opportunltv
and lias failed He has antagonized thu
Hawaiian-Americans as well as ttm
American born citizens He has served
only the Interests and desires of 11
mall clique whose chief distinction
has been their blgotr) and their en
deavor to crush nnj and evtr man
who might have the honest) or the
temerlt to hold an opinion at vurla
anco with their own Their call. to
arms published In this morning s organ
Is a simple of their methods
Mr Dole represented a dictatorship
It may be that having been brought
up under the Island monarih and
having ruled nn oligarch he was so
far Instilled with dictatorial Ideas
that he lias honestl believed that he
has bitn liberal In bis methods of gov
ernment when acting as the iblcf
executive of an American Territory
The- Uulletln has alwajs been readj to
grant the honesty of the present Oov
crnor'B Intentions He has, however
j. roved b his own acts that be Is not
the man for the place and the principal
mistake In life with which the future
historian will credit him will be that
lie ever accepted the position of Gov
ernor His work ended when annex
ation was complete Had he retired
then his record would have been a lull
llant one liven bis most bitter ene
mies would have Joined ln admitting
that he at least carried out nil that ho
Governor Dole's friends or ut least
the men who say they are his file ml,
claim thej are responsible for his re
maining in office Now that the Gov
ernors resignation is contemplated,
these "friends ' ma be able to sou
their mistake and appreciate what an
Injustice they did the man whom they
harried Into attempting flic Impossible
The appointment of Parker will be a
direct rebuke to those who through the
medium of a willing Executive depart
taeiit sought to bring discredit upon
the Judges not taken from their politi
cal rankB and degrade the courts of
Justice which refused to do their bid
ding or be frightened b their threatn.
The appointment of Parker will muka
.1 happv daj for the people who htllcva
in straightforward American rule and
several unpliasant moments foi Inno
cent or malicious hvpocrltcs.
In the canvass foi the appointment
for the position of Governor this paper
has endorsed the claims of lodge Gil
bert K Utile for the position rho
canvass of both Parker and Little,
has, however been of such a mutually
friendly character so far as the rela
tions of tho candidates and their
friends Is concerned that mmo will
more cordially greet the new Qovernor
than Judge l.lttlo and none can more)
heartily support him than Judge Lit
Parker Is In all respects a peace can
didate and if thcro Is an) factional
warfare over his appointment or under
his administration, It will come from
the men who have come to be known
as the Dole-Thurston ring
The possible appointment of Gcorga
It Carter as Secretary Is supposed)) a
recognition of this faction No one
claims that it should bo without repre
sentation and If Carter will accept tho
position In the spirit It is Intended
that tho reign of blgoti) and oppics
sion Is at an end, that rank factional
ism In public office must cease there li
no reason why be should not bo ablo
to fulfill the duties of the office with
out seriously antagonizing the libctul
minded voters of the Teirltor) Tho
selection of J P. Cooke or K A Mott
Smith would have met with moro gen
eral approval, and If Mr Carter does
not desire public office It Is to be hoped
ho will seek the selection of ono of
these men Carter Is In a ver) un
pleasant position slnco ho Is ono of
tho faction that lias endeavored to
hold Mr Dole ln office and supported
the Governor's mistaken policy. Car
ter wilt be climbing into ofllcc over the
wreck of tho official whom he hag urg
ed on to rocks of official error. Pro
dded Mr Carter was honest In his
loyalty to Mr Dole, and there Is no
reason to think otherwise, the only
wnj In which he can satisfy his con
science Is to take the office In order to
keep out some ono whom he might not
Taken In all Its phases It Is ap
parent the President lias decided to
call for Mr Dole's resignation and has
ontemplated the selection of a succes
sor In order that Hawaii shall advance,
that Its peoplr fclinll unite for progress
that the llepulitlcanti tnn ho free from
factions, a unit In eer sense of thp
Jlooseelts program Is a prpgram of
The appointment of Parker ought to
put an (in! to the Home Utile mofl
Hit tire political dllilnns should foi-
low the old lino parties. The official course of Judge Gear In proceeding
change should nlso put an end to the with 'transition period" cases,
tnlseinfilc color line gibberish for j It was when the first enso against
which the ofllclal organ has stood spoil-. tho Kahuku rioters of 189!) for murder
tar I was calkd Tho Attorney Clcnernl of-
It should Indeed lesult In n new en fercd bis statement, but was oer
for this Terrlton n nrnctlenl reallza- I'lled Judge Clear Informed him ho
Hon of that progress tbnt prosperity
ubUli our status as nn Ahum lean Tu
lltoi) should assure
STORY IS TOLD IN DISPATCHES
(Continued from page 1 )
nntles and monarchists, whom he iep-
resented hac no fight to make aaglnst be Improper cither to nolle prosequi
Hie Vnlted States and arc perfectly Hie cases or lr them this term Ho
lontented except that the present Ter- " OI to cMm ho rKht to Present
rltorlal government Is antagonistic tcjl1"" rc"8D'1B ' writing.
,i. .i ....i. ..I.. ....i Therf was n warm colloquy In
,,. ,i,. ,i.i- ,.... 1, 1 c.e I
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""" " "' b f0,"1,1 Xmi" U'C S'ar8 n"'1
Stripes than tho native Hawaiian
Washington, Jan 29 Sec'retar) Cor
tel.Nou toda) made the following state
ment "The statement that nnv man
has been offered the Oovernorshlp of
Hawaii Is without any foundation
i.nt,.P Ti,n rri,i,.t i.n. i,.
, cen ,,,,. the Hawaiian sltua-'
tlon mid Is still considering it, but he
has iiaclxd no conclusion as to wlieth
I er hn will rptnlli the tirpRi-nt nffiplnla
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or as to whom he will nonolnt If nnv
,.u .. mn,, . r,,lnl
Hie mnss meeting of the Itepubll -
cans in the drill shed Saturday night
promises to he one of the most popular
that lias set been held In Honolulu
inai nas jei uecu iicici in hoiioiiiiii
barrlngjio pirtj 1 his popularlt) has
come from the objects of the meeting
which Is to be In the nature of a pro-'
test against the Wilcox leper bill nud
the movement to disfranchise tbc na
The committee appointed by the Tc r
rltorlal committee of the Hepubllcnn of l"ry yesterday. Tho charge
part) at Its meeting Monday night lina'nK"ln8' lllln of attempting to murder
been woiklng dltlgentlv and now nu Hnrbor Polleemnn Hnrry L nvans was
plans for the maBs meeting have been
completed The speakers will be as
follows Senator Ac 111 lleprcsenta
tlves A O M Holxrtson and Wm Ay
lett, Committeeman John C. Lane and
Wm Olepau, the last named being ono
of the leaders of the natives who work
along the water front It may be that
ono or two others will be asked to
The band will be piesent nt the meet
Ing to pla5 between the speeches nnd
wiieneer mere is me icasi iuii in me
Medical men have noted the Injuil-
oils effect of the Philippine cllmite on
wounds The time for benPiig Is inuib
longer than here In South Afrlu it Is
THREATENED CAMPAIGN OF ABUSE IS SCORED
IMitoi nvcnlng Bulletin Tbo con
template-d appointment of tho Hon
Sam Parker as Governor of this Ter
ritory meets with the cntlro and hear
t) approval of the best citizens of Ha
wall These Islands can no longer af
ford to bo disturbed by Internal pnlitl
cat strife such us has been witnessed
during tho last enr or two It has
had thu effect of Impairing tho value
or our Ke-euiities abroad.
Tho time lias arrived when n good
understanding must exist betwoen the
legislative and executive- branches nt
Snm I'niker was tho unanimous
choice or the Hepubllcnn convention
held In Honcil'ilii for tho purpose of
selecting u camlldato for Delegate to
Congress which is thu highest oflico
In the gift of tho people.
It was a ver) keen and exciting eon-
test and the standard bearer of the
Republican party polled n splendid
vote being only beaten by tho narrow
majority of about 25U votes. He car
ried the District of Honolulu by a
sweeping majority Tho commercial
and business Intel ests of tho entire
group supported him and ho displayed
marked ability throughout tbo cam
paign. Tbo President of the United States
Is a broad minded and ablo statesman;
he deslie-H lo have constitutional gov
ernment firmly established In this in
fant Territory, and he has ln mind tho
man of all others who can help unite
tin- dlffeient factions and put an end
to tho bitter politic ul controversies In
these Islands and he will not waver in
The threat has been made that a
campaign of personal abuse and slan
der will be- carried cm for the purposn
of deVi-atlng the continuation of Col
Parke 1 by ceitaln persons who havo
coiitiollc-el the political patranngo of
the Islands since the formation or tho
provisional government The threat
emanates from vindictive narrow,
petty politicians whose greed for of
Deo nnd spoils lias mndo them odious
at homo and abroad
Uve-ry good citizen will hall with do
light the cbango In the olllco of tho
chief executive The boundless hos
pitality or Col Parker and his ability,
has mada him loved and respected
throughout tbo Territory and on tho
Mainland 'I nut ho will call around
JUDGE GE4R AGAIN
STOPS ATTORNEY GENERAL
The Kahuku Rioters Acquitted for
Want of Prosecution and
Again Jailed on Old
ttorne Oetiernl Dole made anoth
er attempt to flic n protest In thu
form of a 'statement' In tlio Clnult
Court esterda afttrnoon, against tho
had no more rights than any other
nttorne nud then asked If the prose
cutlon was ready.
The Attorney flencral bad got ns far
net Rnxlnc hn was nnt rrml. lint wnnt
edtosa - wbcntheCourtnskedlftho
i uerenciants wore ready Mr iirooits
lowered In the nfnrmathe.
1 When asked what ho Intended to do,
Mr Dole said bo considered It would
1,llh J,"'K0 (lcnr ,0,(1 "'" A"0""
r,p..rni ,. ...., mnlin n ...
- -- -
speeches '" that court,
""" Mr "ole left til.
nd the following jury wn
the court room
and the following Jury was called and
found satisfactory K Kaal, James
I. Cockctt. V K Kapu, V 1
Jones V H Devereaux, S Hbrllch.
Isaac Noar J M Homan, C Kimball
O He-near. V Mnhuka and V J
Deput) Attomc) Ocncrnl Cathcnrt
""''' hl' w"8 ,nklns no part ln
Judge Clear then dltceled the clerk
to prepare a venliet of "not guilty.
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tin- order or the Court. The snmo
procedure was followed In the two re
mnlnlng Knhiiku cases, the defendants
Imlnir tin gnnm In pnih one thmiGh
illffc rent Juries were drawn
Court then took n recess The four
liipanesr marched out of the court
100111 again resumed their places in
tin patrol wagon and were tnken to
the prison The men were tnken 1111
der the old convictions, and no ne-w
, wnrrnntH were required.
toun- General Dole Inter gave
!"", M statement for publication In
'" ,,p sUt'8 hl8 ron,,onB "IfPU'ly well
Kn for roqucst,nB n contlnuance or
)0 ,,, ,0 ro(k,rn, Slnromo
Court lkl(.(1e8 the constitutional epics-
George Wnde was found guilty of
manslaughter for tho killing of Stew
ard William Glllc-Bplo on board tho
steamer Australia In 1899 by verdict
Ml MINE Dl
Lost Creek In. Jan 25 Twenty-one-
dead bodies were this morning
taken from tho Improvised. morguo In
shaft 2 or tho Lost Creek Coal Mining
Company of this place, as the result
rt fit,, iL.irut n.l.t.i ,llunatii In t lw, li I a
tory of ,ovsa Some of ,,, boilIcB wcr0
mangled liejoml recognition nnd could
Jny i,0 identified by articles found In
I their pockets
' Saicnsm Mrs Fuss ' I have kept
mj last hired girl a month' ' Mrs. Flip
Dear me' Do )ou keep licr locked
up' Ohio State Journal
him thn strongest nnd ablest advisers
that can be found is without ques
tion Tho President has Intimated his dc
slro to havo Senator Gcorgo It, Carter
'accept tho position of Secretary of tho
I Territory and no doubt Georgo Carter
, will accept tbo high and honorable po
sltlon which tbo President proposes
jto place him In
I That Colonel Parker upon assuming
the- reins ot Government will be con
scrvatlvo and careful Is certain Ills
large Interests In theso Islands aru n
guaiantie that he will seek to pro
mote tho prospcrlt) of his native land
and his elder aim will bo to reilcct
honor upon the appointing power.
j Ant attempt to make) a cow a nil at
tack upon tbo cbolco of tho President
should be- met with a united front by
nil who love their Island homo and
!wbo seek to defend Its good namo
The- Pamlly Compact have enjoyed
; the sweets of olllco for a long whllo
and have ruled In Hawaii Tor their own
'personal gain and Tor tho advantago
or their Immediate) relatives Nepo
, tlsm In Its worst form has been prac
ticed and continued under the provl
slonal republic and Territorial gov
emments A halt has been called and
the end hns come Itaco prejudice and
party strlfo such as has existed can do
tbo country no good.
The Hawaiian people will bo willing
next November to rally to tho suppoit
of tbo IU'publlcan candldato whoovcr
be may be and tburo Is ovcry reason
to liciicvc) that tho Hawaiian Amerl
cans will sco tho necessity or sending
to CoiiKiiss a biond minded American
The President hns respected tho
wishes or tho mnjorlty and they will
be moro than willing tu recognize It.
1 Tbo new uovcrnor will find the
people of this lerrltor willing to
give- III tu hearty support and tor tho
peace, credit and good or our common
country let us unite to put nn end to
tho bitter striro horctofoie carried on
It Is tho duty of every good citizen Ir
I respective of party, to do what he can
to prevent a repetition of tho scenes
that took place In tho Legislature of
. 1901 unci to havo tho wheels of govern
'ment 11111 smoothly. It will pay com
1 Honolulu, February G, 1902.
Special Bargain Sale of
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Oddnnnd Ends of Itrnnds not now cnrrlccl
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A clinnce to buy pure nalnts to cover tbc
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W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vlc Pr
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W. O, 'SMITH SecreUr)
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On salt at office ot . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory ot
403 JUDD BUILDING.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
the old Sewing Machine Agent, Is still
In business nt 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
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