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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.
T.. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902.
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FRIDAY MARCH 7. 1902.
The derision honest Republican'
have to mnkr Is whether 'hey will al
low money to warp their principle.
Miss Stoue'a report of her traelj In
dicates that life among the brigands Is
not as distressing ns has generally been
President Rooscnolt Is quick to show
the big combinations of vealth that
they hate no special strings with which
to control ,the executive power of tho
Justice In the courts of Hawaii Is not
rendered through the usslstnnco of the
otfclal faction but In spite of all the
malicious and unjustified methods of
attack which the gang enn muster.
New York hospital offlcinls lme
been feeding on strawberries nt n dol
lar a quart and brook trout nt u I 'll.ir
a pound. Now the people understand
why the patients have been so pjorl
The use and value of money Is n mat
ter In which children should be care
fully taught, and during the present
hard times Is being very careful!)
btudled by the older children of the
Mayor Phelan's report of his c-omer-
slon with Minister Wu Ting Fnng
shows that there are two sides to the
Chinese dlsmsslons nnd the man who
keeps his temper comes out ahead In
the final wind-up.
Honolulu Utters published In the
Washington Star Indicate that Gocr
nor Dole recehes ills chief support
from the opponents of county nnd mu
nicipal goternment. Yet these forces
claim to be ultra American In their mo
Under tho Interpretation given by
CHnernor Dole what is to prevent the
leaseholder of forest lands converting
his holdings into agricultural lands
and thereby defeat the obvious Intent
of the present much misunderstood
Tho "thousand acre" clause means
what it says, Is the gist of the Interior
Department's reply to the locnl query
on land matters. It Is dilncult to un
derstand why tlAi local authorities ap
parently perslsit In endeaoring to
misunderstand the Organic Act.
Dills for the admission to Statehood
of Arizona, Oklahoma and New Mexi
co have been reported favorably from
the House Committee on Territories.
This Is a distinct gain over former ses
sions for these Territories, but they
have a long road yet tp travel before
reaching the goal.
"Price of eggs goes skyward. Hen
fiult commands the almost unpre
cedented price of forty-five cents per
dozen specimens." This headline In
the Washington Times Is a gratifying
leminder to the Honolulu householder
that there are times when eastern com
patriots hae a taste of the high prlco
of existence .
Ohio Is for Roosevelt and Senator
Ilunna is not likely to exploit his pos
sibilities as a Presidential candidate.
This wise conclusion voiced by Gover
nor Nash of Ohio Is ono which will
doubtless be speedily reached by all
the States as well as the men with
Presidential bees In their bonnets.
Honolulu's tax assessor should be
able to find a good Job In New York.
Within a year, J. P. Morgan's assess
ment has been decreased by (600,000,
that of Russell Sage by $400,000, that
nf A. G. Vanderbllt by ?1 50),u0u, while
R. C. Vanderbllt Is not assessed ut all.
Many people will be surprised tg learn
thnt Ktitcell Sage is a richer man thai:
Danker Morgan, the furui'T bolns
wn'th, In the assessor's eyes. $ii)0.(VU
while poor I'lerpont Is only worth a
"Judge Gear's pets" Is the title given
by an official organ to men released
by the Circuit Court because tho laws
of Hawaii provided no punishment for
the crime of which they had been con
victed. Had Judge Gear held any ot
the men referred to he would have
been guilty of allowing the most gross
miscarriage of Justice. The In, Id'nt :s
no reflection on the' court or the Judge.
It simply exemplifies tho malicious
methods used by the official faction to
discredit tho courts of Jiutlce and tho
Judges who refused to be usaj us poli
tical tools. .
KONA'8 BRIGHT OUTLOOK.
The reported success of Mr. Coerpcr
In promptly obtaining the funds for tin)
Konn-Kau railroad Is a most gratifying
rltt In the clouds hanging over the
progress of the Kona district and
menus as well a great deal for tho
progress of tho Territory nt large.
The success of this railroad project
means the opening to settler of a dis
trict that has practically rennlnsd tin
dcelo)cd, but which offers some of the
best home sites to be found In the Ter
ritory. Furthermore. It Is the aim of
the railroad company to aid "Specially
In the promotion of dlvcrslflel Indus'-'
try as It Is believed the small farmers
will be the best feeders of th.s lino, end
will, by virtue of superior Itninpoita
tlon facilities, be nblo to cultivate agri
cultural products other than sugai nt
a profit. At the same time the mid Is
certain to give new BtrciiRth to tho
sugar enterprises already In operation
nnil assist in solving many of the difll
cultles under which the district has la
bored. These Islands can easily produce all
the vegetables and fruits needed to
supply the local market. All that Is
neiesnary Is cheap transportation nud
the men to cultivate the fields. Doth
these essentials nrc promised by tho
Kona railway enterprise as it Is tho
plan of the promoters to solicit for the
Immigration of American lurmers to
the district, follow Ing out as far as pos
sible the scheme of the great continen
There is etery reason to believe the
new railway will be tho nucleus for
the upbuilding of Just such a farmer
community as has long been sought,
but has thus far got no further than
the thcorctlrnl stage. When American
capitalists are ready to Invest their
money In such nn enterprise tncra Is
eery reason why It should rccelu- til
the local moral and financial assist
ance It Is within the power of our citi
zens and the Territorial government tc
TO MULTIPLY TUB LIQUOR
Editor livening Dullctln. Iu the
Maich number of the Friend tho
Reverend Humbug editing that paper,
whose motto should be tnc "truth anil
nothing but the tiutli,' perpetrates an
out nnd out lie in nn nrttclu entitled
under tho nboe caption. Ho theiclu
makes the statement that "the Antl
s.uoon League . . . runs up square
against Treasuicr Wright" In tho
matter of granting liquor licenses. The
w i iter holds that tho Treasurer Is re
sponsible for the' increased uumbcr
and nddltlonal area wherein liquor li
censes are granted.
Tho Reerend Ananias also states
that Sir. Wright Is a member 'of the
nntl Dole party and 6f the voting ma
Jorlt In the Inst Legislature, which
mctins the Home Rule Republican par
ty, ab an active member of that tot
ing majority" I denounco the foregoing
statement as an out nnd out malicious
lie. nnd the Reverend Ananias know It
when he penned the article.
.Mr. Wright was and is an nctlxe
member or tho riilsslonary Retiubllcnn
party, which calls Itself, according to
tho Advertiser, 'Itho original and enly
Republican party," nnd aB suth secur
ed his appointment fiom tho powers
that be. The majority party In tho
Legislature, which means tho Homo
Illlle Republicans, could onlv nrretit
him as n compromise ns the lesser
evil and likely to be more lust to nn.
live Hnwailans, he being n part Kana
ka. In place of a more objectionable or
raiuu missionary Reiiub can. It was
well known that no Home Ruler would
eer bo appointed by the missionary
uovernor. .Mr. Wright never was n
Home Rule Republican and that party
repudiates the effort of anv reverend
humbug or anti-saloon man to fasten
on them the stigma of tho Increased
acuities for liquor drinking.
in tho I ebruary number of tho
Friend tho Governor is nuoted In bin
speech before a meeting of tho busi
ness men of the tlty held under the
auspices of tho Antl-Snloou League us
stating as rollows: "I am not asham
ed to say tho Government Is In tho
business and rcsponslulc to a large ex
tent." To any fair-minded nerson that
should sufficiently define tho Govern
ment, which in this enso means Gov
ernor Dole nnd Trensurer Wright, as
the responsible parties, without wrig
gling around the comer to throw mud
on the Homo Rule Republicans or tho
native Hawallans, which was what tho
Reverent Ananias meant, ns ho Is a
well-known hater of tho native Hawall
ans. How can the Anti-Saloon Leaguo ex
pect tho help of that same "voting, ma
jority" In tho next Legislature in tho
efforts to restrict tho evils of tho
liquor traffic, when such a venomous
writer ns tho Rev. S. E. Dlshop Is per
mitted to pose as the exponent of tho
Members of the missionary element
of tho Republican party have been
talking of harmonizing tho two oppos
ing factions and bringing Into line to
gether the Home Rulo wing antl tho
bitter missionary element. How can
there be harmony when such a hitter
and venomous writer or the mission
ary fold Is constantly prodding nnd
slinging mud on tho native Hawaiian
Added years does not seem to bring
cither toleranco or wisdom to the un
charitable reverend. Ho is so thor
oughly Imbued with the gall and hat
red of the race his father camo to en
lighten with tho teachings of Josua
Cirlst that ho totally Ignores tho
counsels of the Master, wherein He
teaches, "If tny enemy smlto thy rlsht
cheek, turn thou thy leu to him." Dut
tnc natlvo Hawaiian has never raised
his hand against tho reverend or his
Ilk. and therein perhaps lies tno
greater cause for tho hitter hatred ot
this curiously constituted person, as
no valid reason can be given for his
unreasoning hatred. He is only a hu-
,..U1, IAUMIJJIU Ut U'J
that rends tho mothor that nourished
mm. it has been stated and tho wrl
tcr has every reason to believe that
the roveiend Ingrnto as Infant drew
tno nouilshmenU that snved his llfu
Irom the breast it a natlvo Hawaiian
foster mother. Cows wero not plenti
ful In those days.
The Hawallans have been accused
by those of the missionary element to
be a race devoid of gratitude because
they do not follow tho lead of tho sons
and grandsons of the devoted teachers
wno came hero to enlighten thorn; hut
what of this specimen of gratitude to
the race of his foster mother, and on
whose womanhood he Is continually
casting unmerited slurs7
A HOME RULE REPUBLICAN.
Honolulu, .March C, '02.
Iluslncss Is looking up In Honolulu
and things are getting more American
ized. Our wldeawako contemporary,
the Evening Ilulletln of Honolulu,
tnme out on Jan. 26 with n Sunday edi
tion, the only Sunday morning paper
In the Territory of llanall. For i
year the Ilulletln has conducted a
weekly, In connection with its dally,
tho weekly to reach the outlying Isl
ands, ns n metropolitan paper seeks
the "back counties," nnd claims to
have outstripped the older semi-weekly
publications of Its rivals. The pub
lishers promise for tho Sunday paper
that It will be "free from sensational
Ism, free from the tactics of the black
guard, deal fairly with all men and
measures, following the lines and high
reputation of its parent Journal," etc.
Evidently the Dullctln has no use for
"jellowness," and thnt Is well.
AFTER TIIIRTY-FIVE YEARS.
The treaty transferring the Danish
West Indies to the United States was
ratified by unanimous vote In the Sen
ate on Monday. This Is In sharp con
trast to the treatment that the same
proposition received In the Senato
thirty-five years ago .
On October 24, 1867, Secretary Sew
ard signed a treaty with Denmark
transferring two of the Danish West
Indies, St. Thomas nntl St. John, tti
the L nlted Stntes for $7,500,000. The
Inhabitants of the two Islands voted
almost unanimously for annexation to
the I nlted Stntes. nnd the treaty was
ratified by the Danish gotcrnment In
January. 18CS. President Johnson nntl
Gcncrnl Grant earnestly urged ratifica
tion by our Senate, but months passed
and the question was not even dis
cussed. Denmark extended the time
lor ratification to give the Senate full
opportunity for Investigation, hut no
action was taken antl tho treaty lansed.
The new treaty signed on January
I5th and ratified by tho Senate on Mon
day, transfers to the United States tho
three Danish Islands, St. Thomas. St.
John nnd St. Croix. The price Is 3,
000,000 Instead of $7,500,000. Other
wise, tnc cuntiiiions or transfer aro
practically the samo ns those ngrecd
upon In 1SC7. Tho Islands nrc to como
tinder American sovereignty nnd the
status of the inhabitants Is to be do
termlned by Congress.
Now there nro reports of opposition
to the treaty Iu Denmark. The Danish
parliament is said to await the ex
pression of public sentiment. This,
however. Is not probable, ns tho ques
tion has been before the Danish people
for six or seven jenrs.
In 1867 Secretary Seward and I'rosl.
dent Johnson pointed out the advan
tage to the United States of a naval
station In the West Indies. Our mili
tary antl naval men were agreed on tho
strategic Importance of the Danish
Isles. President Grant referred again
to the Importance of a station In tho
West Indies when ho recommended
the annexation of San Domingo Hut
at that tlirio Democrats nnd Mug
wumps were! quick to ralso the cry of
Imperallsm against President Orant.
Sentiment In favor of the Nicaragua
cannl had not then taken form. So the
proposition to secure a naval station
In West Indian waters wus treated
Now, however, with Porto Rico In
our possession, with tho Importanco
of our influence In the Gulf and Carib
bean sea clearly realized, with the
value of the Nicaragua canal appre
ciated, there has been quick action on
a proposition that was treated almost
contemptuously thirty-five years ago
Thus has the Nation moved forward.
So clearly ore the American people
In favor of the annexation of the Dan
ish Isles that noe even the most labid
antl-annexntlonists In the Senate cared
to oppose the tieaty. and In a few
months the United States probably will
come Into full possession of the threo
Islands, with one of the finest iiarbors
In West Indian waters, so situated as
practically to command the Caribbean
New York Herald.
More than six millions of dollars has
been expended on torpedo craft, and
jet not a single flotilla Is commission
ed for drills or training. Twenty
seven boats ready for duty are in re
serve, somo singly, many In groups
and twenty-five others nro approach
ing completion In the yards of the dila
If public curiosity were keen nnd
popular Interest In the navy were not
mainly a matter of sentiment, a few
pertinent, practical questions concern
ing this unproductive money nntl these
wasted opportunities might be asked
tho Navy Department. Perhaps this
one may 6ervo- Why are thesti boats
rusting In Idlencts?
The Secretary's plain ahd convincing
answer Is not difficult to forecast'.
There are no ciews to man them, and
unless Congress accedes to repeated
nnd repeated petitions for additional
officers and bluejnekcts no lemedy for
tho evil can be found. This beng the
case. It Is apparent that an enlighten
ed public opinion Bboultl hate some
thing to ask of Congress.
The truth Is tho cindency of the
navy Is becoming Impaired by a one
sided, hence defective, policy thnt pio
vltles the ships and denies the person
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undermanned, officers Just returned
from foreign duty hav to bo detailed
for new tours on distant stations, over
time officers nnd men cannot be re-
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manding technical skill nnd experi
ence Is neglected.
The navy cun do no more. Congress
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Mr. Cauugle has taken steps for tho
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bo Castle. The work of selection has
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