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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It, TUESDAY, JAN. 23. 1906,
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China. Long ago wo said that the to
suit of this wnr decided what race
should dominate tho greatest of the
continents. Ixirtg ago wc showed what
menace lay In the tawny millions that
confront us across tho l'aclflc. And
week by week, and month by month,
since tho war ended, wo have traced
the growth of this predicted change
wc have marked the rise of tho senti
ment, "China for tho Chinese," which
is now sweeping China like a Hood; we
have noted the synchronous growth of
hatred, contempt, and fury at men of
white race: wo have chronicled tho
endeavor of China and Japan to wrest
from tho west Us Industrial suprem
acy on tho Asiatic continent.
Hut, desplto nil this, really wo did
not expect at this stage of tho great
game at this phase of tho movoment
to discover in representative Amer
ican journal a Journal quasl-rcllglous
n character, one rend by very many
thousands of good Americans a Jour
oat having dignity and Influence an
article by a clergyman of tho Chris
tian church. In which, In veiled but
unmistakable language, It Is argued
In order that America may preserve
her Industrial supremacy It Is neces
sary and desirable that free Immigra
tion of Chinese be allowed, and that
intemarriage of white girls with Chi
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, January 23, 1905.
NAME OP STOCK
C Brtwtr fit Co
Ears Plantation Co m
Hawaiian AsTicultur'l C
rii Com & Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Susar Co
Honorau bugar Co... .
Honoltaa Sugar Co
Haiku bur Co.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kimi Plantation Co IM
Klpanum augal to ...
Koloa &DSAT Co
Cahi Sugar Co -
Ooanaa Sugar Co......
Ookala Snjar Plant Co
Oiaa Siicai Co LU .
racmc sonar mm
Pal Plantation Co ...
Papatkae butrar Co
Plnnwr Mill Co
Walalua Agrkuttural Co
wairckti sugar 10 .,
Wallaku Sugar Co So
Walmanalo sugar Go ..
Waianaa Mill Go
InUr-ltland Staan N Col
Hon R T St L Co Com.
Mutual raltf hona Go M
Oanu R St L Co
Hon. II. IM. Go
riaw i,r4 pc
nese men be permitted and encouraged , hII Gov'iVe' "LllL!
In order that the American stock may. c.sn.Sug krtCo.6p.c.
No; wo scarcely expected that now.
Wo didn't real!, suppose that that ar
gument would bo seriously mado In tho
columns of tho "Outlook," edited by
tho Iter. Lyman ,Ablott, tho successor
of the Iter. Henry Ward llccchcr In
the pulpit of Plymouth Church not
for a few years, anyhow. Uut there It
Is. And the author of tho nrtlclo mere
ly picparcs us for the shock by say- Sales Bet. lload: 200 Klhel, 9; 40
Ing: "This may at first scctn a slngu-.Ena, (24; 10 Kwa, $.21. Session: C
tar point to urge." Oahu Sugar Co., $90; 8 Oahu Sugar
"Seem"! Llko Hamlet, "Wo know Co., 90; 7 Oahu Sugnr Co., 30; 5
not 'seem'"; It Is. I Kwa, $24.12 1-2; 10 Kwa, $24.25; 85
But let us glvo car to tho "Outlook" Ewa, $24.25; 10 Kwa, $24.25; 5 IMo
Haiku Surar Co one
nawaogar 1.0 ope ...
Hllo R K Co Can p c.
Hon R T St L Co t p c.
Kahuku Plant Co t p c
OahuRSt L Co opt .
Oahu Sugar Co 6 pc
Pala Plant Co
Prantar Mill Co 6 p c .
y SO. 000
tot 61 a
toe lltl-i lf
... 1011-j 1011-t
lot 6f l-t 61 4-t
le I lj 0
100 lr l- eo
... 1 l-l
... tl loo
... let II
.. . loo
nccr. $127.50; 6 Klhel, $9; 5 Kwa, $21.
12 1-2; & Kwa, $24,12 1-2; 7 Kwa, $24.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.625 cents,
$72.50 per ton.
SUGAR, 3,625 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3d
Geo. P. Thlelcn,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Many people undoubtedly have
the Impression, and quite reas
onably so, In these days of
harmful adulteration, that whole
some vinegars are no more ob
tainable. This Is a mistaken
Idea, however, H. J. Heinz Co,
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gentleman, tho Hov, Dorcmus Scuddcr
by name. Tho Ilcv. Dorcmus begins
by showing how nice, noble, and vir
tuous the Chinese really are when giv
en a chance. Writing from Hawaii,
where, wo taUo it, he is resident, ho
cites as a noblo trait tho Chlneso am
bition to intermarry with Hawaiian.,
whites, nnd Porto Hlcans, and notes
that "soma of our best families have
thus como to possess a strain of Chi
nese blood"; tho Ilcv. Dorcmus say.
that Chinese of mixed blood "oro ns
proud of their country (America) and
cxercUe their frnnchlso with as great
conscientiousness as tho descendant
nf tlllfrrltrt t.ntl,i- n, Vlrolnln Pnvn
Her'"! he speaks of tho evidences 0fiWembr Hon- 8,0ck ,nd Boni1 Ey
"civilized tnstes" displayed in Chlneso change.
homes which "nro among tho best Inl LOANS, NEGOTIATED.
tho cltv" of Honolulu. Tho ltev. Do- 920 ?CHT 8T. TEL. MAIN 12.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stockyards Rubles.
A. Hanclicrg left totlny for i.ahalna.
Tho barkcntlno Archer sails for the
Coast about February 4th. I
a. O. Wilder nnd (). 1', Wilder sailed I
on the Klnail at noon for Kawalhne.
The steamer J. A. Cummins Is duo
from Walmanalo this afternoon with
1000 bags of sugnr. I
A good barber Is wanted at tho Silent i
llarber Shop. Steady position, good
wages. Ste New Today.
A dissolution notice In re Tho Ha
waiian Chinese Konn Coffee Plantation,
Ltd., Is publlsl 1 1 In this Issue,
Just received per S. S. Alameda w
large shipment of the celebrated "Gor
don Dry Gin," also an assortment of
cholre table wines from the famou'
Astl Winery. Thos. K. McTlghc t Co
wholesale and retail liquor dralcra.
The S. S. Alameda leaving tomorrow
morning for San Francisco, will take
in the neighborhood of COOO bunches ot
Work at Kwa plantation was resum
ed yesterday after being shut down
several Uayj on account of tho rainy
Captain Scott of tho bark Gerard C.
Tobey expects to loavo Thursday
morning for San Kranclsco with a full
enrgo of sugar.
David llaugl,! left In tho Klnan to
day for a three weeks' tour of Inspec
tion of tho reforestation work on the
island ot Hawaii.
Charley Klvln, tho keeper of tho ar
senal at the police station, resigned
last evening. This is a result of tho
trouble at Walpahu.
The annual meeting of stockholder!
of tho Hawaii Ditch Co., Ltd., will be
held at the odlfc of Thompson & dem
ons January 31, at 4:30 p. m.
Walmanalo sugnr Is being stored at
tho Octarilc wharf for the four-masted
schooner Ilelene, now on her way to
Honolulu from San Francisco.
Tho annual meeting of stockholders
or the Hamakua Ditch Co., Ltd., will
bo held nt the oflko ot Thompson &
demons, Campbell block, January 31st
ul 4 p. m.
The Alameda Wns mocd from the
railroad wharf this afternoon to tlio
Oceanic wharf. She took on 8,000 bags
of refined sugar from the Honolulu
Judgo Lindsay this morning ordered
the assumpsit suit of tho Austin Pub
lishing Co., Ltd., vs. Hcalanl Yacht and
lioaUClub dismissed on account ot lack
Yeo Sun Chung, n Korean, was son
fenced to one year and a halt on the
reef this morning by Judgo Whitney,
Ho was convicted of larceny In tho
second degree, two charges.
Contrary to custom there will be no
reception at the German consulate on
alio birthday of Kinpcror William on
January 27, this yenr, probably on ac
count of the recent death ot II. A. Iscn-
Tho S. S. Alaskan left last evening
lur ivuuuiui. nuu uua uvvu wiiuiual
until the weather became milder. Sho
will load sugar and then go to Hllo to
finish her cargo und contlnuo on her
voyage to tho Dclawaro Ilrcakwater.
Captain Graham Is taking on Hour
and a full supply ot provisions for his
trip on tho ship Krsklne M. Phelps for
tho Dclawaro Ilrcakwater with sugar.
Tho Phelps will sail direct from here.
Sho will get out about Tuesday or
Wednesday of next week.
amalgamation ... It seems truo that
tho Chlneso has, through his centur-
romus goes on to say that tho Chlncsajtho Union In tbo problom of racial
Is "a remarkablo homo-maker"; ho is
also a "kind husband and good pro-
..Mm., .tin afnl.llllw nf Ma nntnrn invt
the Rev. Doremus. "Is somo day bound. ' ot development, reached a far more
. . . . .. L . . .L '.1-1.1 I. .. .. Jn..lA... .I... ,l.n
to piaco mm very near mo ncaa oi mo biuuju jjiuhu ui uuvviupuuv-ui mnu mu
human race." Coming to tho question AniJlo-8axon. . . . Tbo Chinaman Is
of clothes, the Ilcv. Dorcmus notes ...,, ncedcd h ,. our Dr-naration
with observant and approving cyo that for U0 t lnau,trIal Mute now
tho Hawaiian-born Chlneso boy and finwnlnB UIon lho woru. Tho next
girl nro th0 nattiest wearers of tailor- t ono ,. to bo ono of tiitlustrics, t
maae gOOUS Mini WO nave. AS ovr ,rlll Thr. mm whom Ihn nn linn
In the spring of the year the blood
gets out of order and a person Is apt
to feel generally out of sorts. When
feeling off-color, drink
and you will be ready to admit that'
as a pick-me-up It has no superior. Or
der a trial case today and be convinc
ed. There Isn't a pleasanter or more
healthful brew made.
All kinds licrc Rings and
Pins and Studs nnd liar-.
Tings, ind Brooches and
Chains. Everything up-to-date
in design and properly
M. R. COUNTER!
riencos of high civilization, ho states
that "tho characteristic American pub
lication, "Success," has nt leant tlueo
hundred and sixty Chlneso subscribers
Continuing, tho Ilcv. Dorcmus In-
tnrms the world through tho columns
mado industrially fit Is bound to bo
tho survivor here. No ona can study
tho Chinaman without realizing that
nature has expended her Ingenuity In
fashioning him Into a consummate co
uomlc fighter. In somo respects ho
represents tho summit ot tho evoin
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In need of a bond. Any person
holding a position of trust where
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924 BETHEL 8TREET.
or the "OutlooK- iiiiu "tno ynincsa is ,.,mnry ,irocl.gs. He can give all other
tho most law-abiding Immigrant wo natlonnlltles odds and yet win. . . .
hac"; ho Is a good tax-payer j nine- wllf) H t0 lrnn America to survive In
tY-tWO per CCnt. Of Ills Children atlClIU hn Innvllnliln enmiintrr? Wild hut
hchool, nnd throughout tho schools of 10 , w)l0m natur0 nag B0 raroiy
mo Territory nicy uro ruum-ii ui mu ,.mt unpil w lh lniliiKlrl.il nnwera. Not
best pupils"; tho lie v. Dorumus auotesi pxclHHon nol i80iation, but closer as-
ino uovernur m mo icrruurjr b J- soelatlon, Is tho demand of tho exl
Ing that tho Chinese ns publlo scrv ecnCy facing Anglo-Saxondom."
ants aro "flvo hundred per cent, bet- careful language that of tho Ilcv.
tcr" than public scrvnnts of other na-' Dorcmus Scuddcr. but unmlstakabld
tlonalltles. This Includos Americans. tho meanic. Let us encourago Chi-
Furthermore, wo aro told that tho 00 in,inisratlon! marry our daugh-
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
'he news ot the dar.
Chinese Is "patient, saving, Industrie
ous, temperate, and thoroughly relia
ble." The president of tho bank Is
quoted as saying that young Chlneso
taken Into his bank learn quickly and
prove reliable, "whllo It takes a wmto
young man much longer, and ho will
make many mora mistakes."
This about completes, tho list of the
virtues of tho Hawaiian Chlneso as
seen by tho Rov, Dorcmus Scuddcr.
And his conclusion from these prem
ises follows naturally: Slnco tho Chi
nese Is such a flno produce of evolu
tion, sunerlor to us in so many re
spects, why not marry ono of our tall
tiauehters Helen or Margaret or Isa
belto a nlco Chlneso youth l'ow
Sing or Sing Kat or Leo Quoy and Im
provo tho stock?
Well, why not? Why not? WHY
And our suave? friend, tho Rev, Do
rcmus Scudder, argues on this polpt
nnt nnlv a nrlorl-lv but a oosterlorl-ly.
"It Is conceded by ovorybody," ho
says "that tho cross between tho Chi.
nese nnd Hawaiian gives to tho Terri
tory ... Its best elements ... be
yond compare above tho half white.
. . , Match tho Anglo-Saxon and tho
Volyneslnn; the whllo heredity goes to
pieces. The result Is a crenturo weak
er, less reliable, and moro fllcklo than
either parent, nut tho Chinese tones
up the Hawaiian Into a stable, keen
witted, Industrious nature upon which
the best sort of character can bo built.
... So marked Is this contrast that
thoughtful men havo been led to pon
der seriously tno prouiora preseuivu.
tfnwnll'a A.nnHllllPn RllffePftttt tho
refle'ctlon that the Chlneso Immigrant
Sine Job PrlnUni at The Bullet!) laborer may provo a yaluabfe asset to
(era to the Immigrants, and thus Im
prove tho white, raco bo that America
can still maintain nor supremacy in
tho struggle, for tho Industrial suprem
acy of tho world that's tho meaning.
And well, why not? Why not, In
deed T Maybo that's tho solution of
tho problem. Maybo tho Kcv, Doro
mus Is right! Rut personally wo must
confess to a real feeling of gladness,
a deep sense of satisfaction In tho
thought that, before tho day dawns
wnen tho American peoplo will be a
composite of tho white and yellow
races, wo shall be very dead, and nlco-
lv hurled so decn wa can not see
ISO. we uo not ucuovu wo buuuiu uhu
to sea a thin yellow stream trlcklo Into
veins wIiobo blood goes back to "Nor
man kings, to Teuton lords, to Vikings
bold. Wo do not think wo should caro
to live In a day when slender swaying
glrlo. with bluo eyes and yenow nair,
would up tho church nlslo whlto-vellcd
go, thero to promlso to "love, honor,
snd oboy" a yellow man whoso eyes
Qod set as a sign aslant In their sock
ets. Wo would not caro to sco tho
pagoda replace tho church-splro. Wo
wouldn't like to see Homer and Virgil,
Danto and Shakespeare men of whoso
rnco wo aro struggling for supremacy
ss classics with Lso-Tso and Mcnclus
and Tsang-Ts'an. Wo wouldn't trado
Christ for Confucius. Wo wouldn't
trade a Ilcethoven or a Bach for tho
man who made tho music that tho Chi
nese know. Yes. wo shall bo glad to bo
dead whon and If oh, yes, and IF
tlio dny over dawns when the whltq
rncn to which you and I belong "amal
gamates" with tho yellow according to
tho plans and anticipations oi mo uuv
Dorcmus Scuddor, of Hawaii.
Kill DELAYED EW
MINUTES BY WIRE GABLE
An unusual thing happened at the
Inter-Island wharf at noon today the
steamer Llkcllke got out on time and
tho steamer Klnau, 'generally leaving
on tho dot, was a minute lato. Tho Like-
llko Is usually behind tlino in getting
stnrtcd. She goo to Maul and Molokat
ports and hail only n few passengers
'aboard. Tho Klnau hnd a largo num
ber for Hllo and way ports.
After the Klnntf hail backed Into tho
harbor sho pltked up a cable nttached
to tho dredger 1'ncllU-. Shg. was com
pelted to stop lint tho delay wns only
a few minutes. No ihinuga wns done.
SHIPMAN IS NOT IN BEEF.TRU8T.
(Continued from Pse I.) "
swer lit this behalf Shlpman shows
that ho has never entered Into any
contract or ngreement, excopt that
which has grown out of tho following
transactions: "That sometlmo during
t-e, year 1004 and another tlmo during
tho year 1905 this defendant sold and
delivered to tho said Metropolitan
Meat Co., Ltd., two certain shipments
of beef cattle, for which tho said Met
ropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd., paid to this
defendant tho prevailing market prlco
therefor at tho tlmo of each of tno said
Shlpman goes on to show that ho
has agreed with no pno respecting tho
nrlco to bo paid hint for his beet or
beef cattle. Ho shows ..that ho has at
all times sold beef and cattlo produced
by him In tho open market to such pur
chaser as ho was ablo to find, and that
his beef and cattlo was sold "In full,
fair and free competition with other
producers of beef within tho Territory,
and that tho prlco received by him
was the highest and best prlco prevail
ing hero at tho tlmo ot making such
sales, and that tho prlco received uy
him was In no way affected by any
agreements with tho Metropolitan
Meat Co. or tho other defendants.
Tho defendant further denies that
ho has In any manner violated tho act
to protect trado and commerce against
unlawful restraints and monopolies,
and denies all tho allegations of tho
complaint which ho has not admitted
or denied specifically. Ho asks to
have tho caso against him dismissed
with reasonable costs. Carl B. Smith
appears as his attorney.
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certain sizes of crushed rock, prices ln
future will be as follows: no, i, ti.sa
per eu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, z.05 per cu. yd.; no. i, i-eu
per cu. yd.
We wish to call attention to the
fact that No. 4 has been reduced to
practically the price of white sand,
making It available for all kinds of con
crete work, for which It Is far superior
to any other sand.
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frlntlng at Tho Bulletin
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i br making strong:, rich red blood.
oheoks dlawiM br llnp you trencth ti
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Writ us about Home Treatment.
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1906, to Mr, and Mrs. J, K. Ordcn-
stein, a son.
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