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WKliNESIUY FniiUl HY 19. 1902,
Before the amateur gets a toast lie
must learn hnw to enjoy n roast.
Let's see now. Wasn't Fred Mac
farlanc appointed to office by Gover
I'RH81DENT'8 WIDOW PBN8I0N
The bill Introduced by Senator Han
na providing a pension of $5000 a year
for the widow of President JIcKlnley
culls public attention to the fact that
n goodly number of our Presidents'
wives have been granted pcnuloiis as
well as the franking privilege which
has already been extended to Mrs.
McKlnley. In few If an) instances
lias the pension been granted owlnp to
the flnanclaii distress of the brntfl
clary. It Is an honor which th Nation
la pleased to extend nnd few Indeed
are those who object to the paltry sum
which the President's wiilo' penslju
fund adds to the national expenditure.
The franking privilege dates back to
early d.iys when Martha Washington
I.oulse Catherine Adams, Dolly M.uli
son nnd Mrs. Taylor werj granted this
faor by Congress. General William
Henry llairlson's wife who became a
widow only a month iftei h"r hus
band's Inauguration, was Rlen tho
I'eildenfs full salary $25,000 for a
ear and franking privilege. Mrs. Polk
anil Mrs Tyler were each voted a pens
ion of $5000 a year. Mrs. Lincoln receiv
ed the full $25,000 representing a year's
s.'Tiiry, l"3) the amount that Intel btn
li.lil on It nttcr Lincoln's second In-
puguratlnn, the franking privilege ami
an annual pension of $5000 a year. Mrs.
Grant has the franking nrlvlleg? nnd
the $5000 pension, Mrs. Garfield was
dealt with more liberally having bcc'i
given a year's salary $50.000 less
what had been paid on It up to tho
time of her husband's death, and she
has the franking privilege as well.
It Is seldom that a President's wife
Is eer In want and Mrs. McKinlcv has
more money than she Is ever likely tn
use during her lifetime. Tho Kstlon
recognizes, however, nnd rightly too,
that It owes n living to the wives of
the men who gave the bts years of
their life to their country' service".
At present there Is every promise
that the American canal will again fall
between the Panama and Nicaragua
A STITCH IN TIME.
would say, drawn from life so long
In tho drawing that the entire phy
sique became petrified even as Is the
image, Intended to bo typified.
One would Imagine that tho morning
Apologist would tnko n tumble to It
self and yield Its Idol some more ori
ginal and less ancient personification.
However, to those who oppose the
Governor In his maudlin efforts to stop
progress In this Territory, tho Identifi
cation of his personality with one of
the grand monuments of ancient
Egypt, comes as a fitting climax to a
career once grand ns that of the one
whom the stones of Egypt typify, yet
like the stone Image with which ha
has been associated by his own friends,
this man Is today deaf to the noises In
the air, dumb to the swelling song of
Liberty and Equality, and blind to tho
opportunities of the hour.
Tho Governor of this Territory will
go down In the first primer on Civil
Government that Is brought out In
New Hawaii, as a good man gone
wrong and whom his friends betrayed
Into the hands of old "special privi
lege." under whoso paralyzing In
fluence he saw the dawn of Equal
Rights as a monster, attempting to
wrest from "Special Privilege" a divi
sion of tho spoils of "cheap labor."
His whole being became permanently
affected by the shock received by this
exhibition of depravity on the part ot
those who could read and write tho
Hawaiian languago and according to
English or the Thirsting Organ of tho
Only Ones, petrification lias reached
the "bust" In Its progress downwards.
In the language of tho Plainsman,
they have resorted to laying out n
shingle, indicating the changes that
tire being rung the present one reads
Dole full office for bust.
When Liberty chimes tell of the
complete political ossification, the
sign will read:
Rusted by Dolo.
The Hulhlers' Exchange has started
off with a spirit of enthusiasm and
hearty cooperation that augurs well
for all business Interests ot the city.
'Help! help'" cries Cuba nnd the
Sugar Trust, and the Waji and Means
Committee complacently replies.
"Uncle Sam helps those who help
Progress of the Kona-Kau railway
with Its fund of foreign capital that as
sures construction Is one of the sure
signs of better times for the small
farmer In Hawaii.
The girl who was hugged so tight
that a rib was broken and now seeks
damages from her enthusiastic friend
will never become a candidate for a
teacher's position In the Philippines
According to the Advertiser theory
that business houses ought not to em
ploy men who touch the Intoxicating
cup, Governor Dolo ought to be dls
: charged for drinking a glass ot beer.
' The dying Riddle boys said many un
complimentary things or tnc news
papers, hut the Riddle record was such
that the newspaper boys were disposed
to feel more complimented than otherwise.
Frigid atmosphere of the night and
early mornings may well cause the
people to wonder whether ocean cur
rents arc bringing a few Icebergs In
closer proxlrnlty to the Islands than
Ross Nixon of Tammany Is already
getting mixed up In a Trust deal, that
will greatly add to the fund of amuse
ment when. In the next campaign, l'i
goes out gunning with his party for
Occasionally reports of sales on the
stock, board are pleasant reminders that
there are better times in sight, but It
Is decidedly unpleasant amusement for
the man who had to let go before tho
advance becomes a fact.
' It Is gratifying to c the Irishmen
coming to the front for a good old
fashioned celebration of St. Patrick's
Pay. If they cannot equal the Jollity
of the Scots then old Ireland has Iflsl
Its power In the mlcl-l'mlfili.
The report that Secretary Gage has
been offered $100,000 to take charge of
n Chicago financial Institution Is sum
clcnt guarantee that Mr. Qage's pleas
ure at being relieved from the duties
of public office Is not perfunctory.
Win, C. Whitney has made several
Mrugglcs to retire from active business
and with a view to reducing his funds
has taken up horse racing. The strang
est part of It Is that the horses have
In many Instances made money for
It Is characteristic of American gov
ernment that It should pay out mil
lions In pensions to the wives of men
who fight the Nation's battles, and
only a few thousand to the wives of
the chosen civil leaders. In Europe
. the high official gets all tho glory and
his family all the hope of reward.
For some months past business In
terests ot Hawaii have realized that
the sanitary conditions of this city are
not of the best and to a certain extent
are a menaco to the commerce be
tween the Islands and possibly with
the Mainland ports. Our close rela
tions with the plague Infected coun
tries of the Orient make It absolute
ly necessary that we keep our house In
oder that there shall be no cause for
Interference with commerce or serious
danger of epidemics.
The fart remains that this city ought
to have a general housecleanlng and
the longer such a move Is delayed the
greater are the difficulties with which
the community has to struggle. It Is
a business proposition as well as a
The mixed population and Indiffer
ence of a portion ot It to filth Is an
ever present problem, necessarily moro
serious as the department having an
oversight of tho general sanitary con
ditions of the city is handicapped for
wnnt of funds to employ the requisite
number of men to carry on necessary
work. The health department Is han
dicapped on every hand. It Is on a
pro rata basis like every other depart
ment ana the thought ot branching out
beyond the present range of activity
Is out of tho question. Some time ago
merchants advanced the money for tho
construction of rat proof wharves, but
there is no reason why they should be
called upon for any further expendi
ture of funds when every tnxpayer of
the country Is a direct beneficiary and
there Is every reason why the work
should be carried on by the authorities
of the Territory.
This town and the outside districts
continually face possibilities which aro
by no means reassuring and tho only
cause for It Is the lack of funds In the
treasury to carry out more complete
sanitary Inspection. Departments can
not work without money. They nre
tied hand and foot while the work
which would be done It It were a finan
cial possibility remains untouched. A
solution of tho Kewnlo problem is of
feied but that after all Is only a be
ginning of what should be done. The
summer months are coming on and hot
weather docs not solvo sanitary problems.
The people of the Territory natural
ly Jook to the Territorial admlnlstra
tlon for nnaiK'ol rcl'cf. If such relief
Is not within tlio power of the execu
tive to grant there Is no other way out
of It than an anneal to the Legislature.
Till uiuiiey ought to be forthcoming
from some source at Insurance against
possible loss which might reach higher
figures than a Legislature could spend
In Its most garrulous moments. Talk
of appealing to tho Federal authorities
Is not to be thought of when tne peo
ple are go well able to take care of
themselves If a little progressive spirit
is Bhown. Federal authorities could
do tho work and there Is no doubting
It would be done thoroughly, hut the
mere fact of Hawaii's appealing to tho
Federal Government to take charge of
Its sanitary affairs for the time being
would In nnd of Itself creste ft furore of
exaggeration nnd wlM romancing
nbout conditions here (Win which tho
business of the city Would be very
slow In recovering. And goodness
knows the business Interests of the
Territory have enough unpleasant
burdens of depression to carry now
without adding any fakir's products lb
The proverhlal stitch In lime cY do
DUNN HAS APPOLOGIZED.
Editor Evening Bulletin: 1 beg to
draw attention to tho statement madn
In this morning's Advertiser by Allan
Dunn to the effect that I used his and
W. I). Adams' name without authority.
This Is not so. Doth Mr. Dunn and
Mr. Adams promised to give tho bur
lesque ns advertised and through vari
ous causes were unable to fulfill their
promise. The same announcement as
on tho program was made In the pa
pers several days prior to the enter
tainment. Last evening I apologized
from the stngc to tho Bald effect but
Mr. Dunn had left the Opera Houso
and that Is the reason ot tho erron
eous stntcment. As to the stntement of
using the prompter's book on the cen
ter table, that also Is untrue, Mr. Dunn
mistaking the book on the table for the
prompter's book. In Justice to the la
dles and gentlemen taking part I might
say that twice only one gentleman was
prompted from Jtho wing and for
amateurs I think they did exceedingly
well considering their brief study ot
three weeks. Permit me to thank you,
sir, for your kindness In allowing me
to explain the matter In your columns
With much respect,
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Jobbing promptly attend! to.
Late dispatches state that tho Kgeila
sent out to look for the missing Con
dor has not been heard from and Is be
ginning to cause some worrlmen-. Aj
the warship was probably In tl e storm
met" by recent Incoming steamers there
?. -Is a possibility of another ocean tra
gedy being added to tho annals of the
British fleet In tho Pacific.
Julian Hawthorne writing for the
Philadelphia North American says for
forty years past ho has been familiar
with sanitary conditions of large
cities of the United States, Europe and
the Orient, and as a result he has come
to the conclusion that Philadelphia Is
the filthiest of them nil. "Even Bom
bay where the plague originated Is
far cleaner than Philadelphia." The
Quaker City Is so slow In Its progress
that It actually appears to be moving
In the other direction.
P. C. Jones saw a sign in- the, nkles
this morning and called his office assq
elates to witness great thfngs the
winds had wrought. As this sign was
expressive of varlnliln and erratic poll
tlcal atmosphere, may It also exemplify
tho more pleasant reality that tho con
tending elements Shall finally unite
and move upward along the lines ot
Business organization Is what tells
In the progress of every country,
Every association that has tor Its ob
ject active unity is certain to make
Itself felt as n power for the advance
ment of all Interests.
Editor Evening Bulletin- Of the
many caricatures appearing In the
mnrulng Advertiser, the one represent
ing the Governor of this Territory us
a sphinx uppcars to me, as ai fists
MANUPACTURB8 OP HAWAII
New York Commercial.)
The Hawaiian Islands becnm" tho
possession of the United States In 1898
and the first census of their resources
by this Government was taken tn
1900. A preliminary report on the
manufacturing Interests ot the Islands
has Just been made by the Census Bu
lean, and It presents some figures that
ought to prove of great Interest to the
business men of the country.
In studying the figures It should be
borne In mind that manufacturing In
Hawaii has many features that do not
attach to It In more-favored lands. It
is, so to speak, In Its very Infancy.
With tho exception of the production
ot raw sugar which Is the one great
JPVjl'Otry Is the Islands, being about 77
per cent of tho total manufacturing
business very little Is being done that
requires any labor except that ot thn
human bands. The great body ot la
borers, too, Is made up of "Kanakas"
Or native Islanders, Chinamen nnd Ja
panese, artel from this class of work
men very little Is expected In the way
of high class production. How much
progress tho manufactuler has made
over his accomplishments of former
years It 1b Impossible to estimate, as
no figures exist fur comparison. All
that ran be learned from tho census Is
the actual amount ot manufacturing
done In 1900, the year When It was
taken, but the record shown for that
j ear Is certainly very encouraging and
will, no doubt, be exceeded In the fu
ture under the toBterlng care ot the
Government of the United States.
The (ensus shows that a capital ot
$11,511,035 was Invested In manufac
tures and mechanlcnl Industries In tho
395 establishments In the Territory
Tho value ot tho productB was roportoil
qb $24,092,008, to produce which m
olvt'0 an Outlay ot $622,604 for la
rles of officers and clerkB; $1,88G,7&1
for wages; $873,300 for mlscelfe'aneous
expenses; and fl2.848.GG3 tor material
used, The value ot products Is tho
gross value and not the net value,
which Is placed at $290,2G2, a very
good total for u lu'nd that has only
just begun to feel the Influence of Am
erican trade tendencies.
That Is, In a nutshell, all that the two leaders of tho majority In order
sponsors and supporters of tho ship-. to Impress upon them tho fact that
subsidy bill ask. Simply put the these obligations could not, and must
American merchant ship on an equal not, bo Ignored.
footing with Its foreign competitors, ' Be that as It may. It Is certain that
on an equal footing with the other President Roosevelt Is determined to
American trade and manufacturing In-' maintain the stand talren by him In
terests that havo enjoyed protection his messago in favor of such "substan
for half a century! it's not a new tlal reduction in tariff duties on Cuban
Idea. It isn't going to cost much. And Imports Into the United States" as
It would eventually benefit every man, t will overt the Industrial ruin which
woman nnd child In our 76,000,000 pop. threatens the Island. IT. Is now be
ulatlon. It Is an unreasonable Gov. Ilcved that tho stand taken by tho
eminent that won't do that. President, having at his back, as ho
There is another special consldera- has, a practically united country, will
tlon. Turning to tho young naval of- result In generous nnd just treatment
fleer who had Just preceded him, Sen-' of tho Cubans, although the Senate
ator Hanna said: "Ono word to my may bo forced to take the Initiative
f i lend HobBon. I nm a member ot the by saddling tho reduction of tho duties
Naval Commlttco of the Senate. I ap- on Imports from Cuba upon somo one
nreclate the lmnulso which has led the .of tho measures coming to It from tho
gallant fcfTlccr to speak eloquently for Houso. In such caso, the House Is ox
the service. But, Mr, President, 1 1 pected to submissively acquiesce, nnd
beg to offer an amendment. (Laugh- thereby, as one of the Washington
ter.) Dont spend your money on 'conesponuents puts it, "save Its
warships I Olvo us more morchant race," after tho (Jhlneso fashion.
vessels! Glvo us something to pro-t
tect our trade interests; let us nave
a fair divide." ,
No patriot!" American begrudges a '
single cent that our Government puts .
Into warships. That proposition Is ill'
ways easy. Our Navy 1b worth all lIMj "There has gone forth an erroneus
money that wo put Into It luty-fOld. impression In the United States to the
But Just now we need men moro than . cffect tnat a Btrong sentiment exlsti
ships. Build up tho American mcr. ,n tno Tcrrltory ot Hawnl aEalnst tna
cri6Mdi?T4m,ili!SMvlwt,'nton Governor Dole," said F,
bu brs fit to man the American Navy. i t...,i,. . iiii, . ,,.
Vote us the money thai will enablo us I W- Mncfarlane of Honolulu, at tho
to put Intelligent, ambitious younfl tirvi.iu.
men "beforo the east" on our mef' i Mr. Macfarlane Is one of the leading
chant ships and we won't lack tor capitalists In the Islands, and It large
John Paul Joneses on our warships! 1 ly Identified with hanking and plantlnj:
I luieresiB, no is cfiuirmuu ui me coin-
I' mission charged with the responsible
task of adjudicating the claims origi
nating In the fires started to combat
IVia nUmio tulifsth rmrnrrAff II nnnl m In tn
?? v.ry. '""'!" Si Slnf S?.l2: the winter of 1900-1901. and wiped out
the homes and business houses ol
taxes has orouscci a protest, becauso manV Japanese and Chinese residents.
a ,i. ,.nivorni liellof that tho lnsnl-l "I want to say," he continued, "that
ration of this action was not the do- In spite ot all the reports that have
slro to roliovo tho people of oxccbsIvo bcon put In circulation hero, Governor
and unnecessary burdens, but to deal Dolo's administration has tho strong
a death blow to Cuban reciprocity. ' endorsement and hearty support ot the
Tho disclaimer put forlh by Chairman very ucgt citizenship of Hawaii. The
Payne, feebly ocnoea oy somq oi m B0ll(1 business men are with him, for
colleagues, has liot been rccelvod with Uiey. rec(K,nlle tnat he haB been an
wiw lull creuciitu ,..
Claus Spreckels. Wm. a. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
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ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE 30, 101, $80,04347.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean. Pres
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
u. it. uray, Treasurer; A. v. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. O. B. Gray.
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For Q months It
For 2 months 8
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The pure juice of the grapefruit T
most healtkful, Invigorating and re
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RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
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Honolulu, T. of H.
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Addition and In
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by Miss L. K. Dayton
E. W. Quinn,
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and Builders solicited.
II68 Union St. Phone, Main 394
JU8TICH TO CUB.
im evert section of the co
the action of the majority of tho Ways
and MWina Committee on tho war
GIVE OUR 8 4IP8 A CHANCE!
lNoy York Commercial.
There was a true ring, a new noto
of enthusiasm, an Insplratlng call
all theso and more In tho after-uln'
11U BiaiUIUllIlD -.. . ,irl,, nfflnlnl a n .1 h.. .Iftnn
Znd'd thrnh0odTfTroteBBthai -I " "-J Jf
not been chocked, and will not bo Ing conditions. He has likewise ha
chocked until Congress BhowB a deter- confidence and good will of the native
mlnatlon to comply Wltn mo TOCOm- eieiueiu. iuujjio who uneuur uiuuveo
mendattons of President JlooBevelt, as have criticised his official acts, but,
set forth In his message. without partiality, I fall to see that
Tho resnonslhTllty for the commit' there Is nnv fiiatlflratfnn or solid rea-
teo's action 1b now credited largely Bon for their complaints. His removal
to Speaker Henderson, wnoBQ inuu- would, In my opinion, be a severe blow
en uver legiBiBuou, ww vw""'" . to the welfare of our country.
ami negative, is as great as that wield, j BQrlQm con(Jlton conf ronU
cd liv anv nt thn recent occupants of ..... . . .. ,. .
ncr talk of Senator Hanna before thnti10 Mart,),, Throne, as the Speaker's awau r gut now in ine scarcity oi
New YoiU Board of Trade and Its chair Is appropriately called. Both abo'. The only good .reliable work
guests the other night. And It ought the Speaker ahd Mr. Dalzell, who Ins class there now Is found in the
to havo moro than a local effect. stands serond on the Commlttco on Chinese population, but under the rigid
"You are for trade and transporta-1 Ways and Means, were at the White exclusion laws now In vogue this race
tlon," cried the Senator, "You hav House on Saturday. Borne reports Is shut out, and so far no other sub
got tho trade; wo havo not got the stnto that tho pilgrimage was a vol- stltute has been found. If In addition
transportation. Put us on an equal : untary one, taken with the object of to this Infamy to the planting Inter
footing the shipbuilders on ono side dlsabublng the President's mind of the osts congress should give to Cuba
and the operators of tho ships on the bellof that tho Itepubllcan leaders In recDrocal advantacea or make a heavv
... ,,.. 1. 1 i.-., oiu,. . ,iiffnmnrn in .1,,. n vn,n in r.hn, in. reciprocal auvaniageB or mane a neavy
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wages that wo have to pay our men I terests, and determined to Holster up
(and no one of us wants to tako one . tho domestic tobacco and Beot sugar
cent from tho wages of the American Industries without any regard to tho
worklngman or the American sailor or obligations which we have assumed
the American shipbuilder), nnd wr'ean In relation to Cuba; other reports an-,
compete with the world," (Btimo that the President sent for tboso The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
tariff reduction In her favor, the sugar
growers ofj'jawali will be placed at a
serious disadvantage and heavy losses
arc Inevitable." Washington Times.
IT TELLS A
The docoratlons ot a home
tell of the people who live In
It. The designs of wall paper
and colors of tho window
shades reflect the taste of in
mates. Have a look about the house
Are your wall furnishings sat
isfactory. It not, we have a
stock to please anyone.
1902 designs In Wall Paper
and Amerlcus Window 8hdes
Fitted with Hartshorn rollers.
E. T. J)REIER
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared. - Dealer'
In Electric Supplies.
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg,
TEL. BLUE 281.
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European and American Dry Goods.
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the old Sewing Machine Agent, Is still
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