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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 0, 1895.
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51 Eveqii Bulletin
iVItli uliirli l limvriomHiI
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
"WEDNESDAY. - NOV. (!. 1803.
For i lung titno pnst it luisbeon
evidutit that, although annexation
i ii fundamental pint of the Gov
ernment's policy, neither tiio Guv
em nent nor its o.rly chief sup
porters wero working hard in be
h.ilf f the can-. Mr. Hatch's
lppointmeut to Washington is
purported to menu, nn r: than
anything else, that a jioworful
oll'ort is to he initio to obtain a
f ivorab'o expression, on behalf of
annoxition, from tlio approach
ing Congress. Thoro has been as
yet, howover, no povcoptihlo movo
iriont in the United States, in fuv-
or of early notion on tho question, '
.ixcepting the wagging of tongues J
by a v,.y fo politicians and tho
advocacy of tho ciuiso by a small
portion of tho press
Still tlllS J
Govern inont must do something to
maintain goad faith with its sup
porters, and tho pooplo of these
islands will await results of Mr.
Hatch's mission with the most
oxemplary pitionco that tho nec
essity may demand.
Iu an interview vith au Aihor
.tiser voportev, Mr. Shimatnura, the
Jiowly arrived Consul Gonoral for
Jjp.in, gives another quieting
stroke to the rumors of aggressive
territorial designs upon these isl
ands by his country. Pooplo here
who were wcll-iuformed of tho
'relations betwen the twooun
trios knew that Japan was simply
insisting on what sho claimod to
bo tho trotty rights of her many
subjects in this country. It
is novortholess truo that the
Hawaiian Government has been
Uopt in 8'Jine sort of uncasinot-a
about Japan's claims under the
"most fuvored nation" clause of
thu troaty, also over tho Japauoso
contention that certain conditions
of tho lubor immigration agreo
miPiit wore being traversed on tho
part of this Government. Tlio
worst thing about tho rumors of
Japaneso covetous iutontions is
tho color givon to thorn by inju
dicious romaiks attributed to
Minister Cabtle at Washington.
llecoipts of t le treasury for
Oct 'her woro 250,755.84, as
agai ist .t342,427.s3 in thu, corres
ponding n-outh oi'l !M Kxpen-
dit res woro $200,518 18, as com
plied with HGO.811.78 tho same
xnoi.th last your. Out uf loans
-t ui Iroastry obtained S-18,000 ns
against $23,000 the provious Oct
ob r. Tho support of tho military
took S13.-181.34 whoro last year it
took but -11,877.04. but it will be
area o nherod that no money
was charged to that account
in tho Soptomber statemont.
"The total treasury balanco Octo
ber 3!. 1894, was $191,580.05, and
-on tho corresponding data1 this
yo.ir $50,0)7 00. "Whoro hist yoar
the nut hnn indebteduuss was $3,-
."35,301 3D. this yoir it wis S3,-
. 734,1)19.9!), only an incrcas-j of
4199,558 58. This shows that tho
country has gone behind a little
in tlio pnst twelve mrmtlig. Tlio
slateniont "telU its own ?tory
very dourly,'' ns tlie Star Rays. It
is such it story ns should bo tlio
citusu of ii policy of economy and
retroncliniont to bo laid boforo
Thero is a Blrong impression
abroad that tlio appointment of
Judgo M'igonn is only a tempor
ary ono, that ho ismoroly to keep
tho pi iiee ivi'iii for Fomoono else
who is not just ready to tnk6 it.
It would be a very b.id thing for
tlio country to give positions in tho
Judiciary such a trilling impot
tanco ns would bo the cngo by
milking thorn mero footballs of
political expediency. Jlitti-r far
would it bo to put the Judiciary
on a soven yours' olectivo busis--.i
proposition in tho last attempted
monnrcliictl constitution which
tho Chief JustCf inferred to with
holy honor in apolitical speech
some time later than Hint judge
ships should bo tossed about in
such oasy fishion as common re
TWO -Yi:,KS AT IIAH!) I. V Itlllt
'I lint 1 l lint Judge Perry (inve ('Illicit
Kllll 'I lit- pluming.
On M-nch 18th last Juno D.ivi.i
owned a silver watch nnd chain
but by his permission Ke.inu wis
woaring it about that time. On
the morning of that day the lat
ter got up about 0 o'clock and not
wishing to woar the watch tln.t
curly in thu day, carefully tucked
it under his imiUrci!s. Chock Kim
was presunt in tl.o room when ho
(lu' H,) returned about U
O';o3k but .V'100'' K,im W,"S e"U
(Lvt ov tiua irn; MitlUIJ 11 11 1 1 fJiJttlll.
Tho watch was a Hilvur nun with
ifiild llit'L't'H aild Snillftwlint nnav f
O -------- w.,Uj w-
The lots of tho watch was re
ported to tne police and thoyk-'pt
a giod look out for it, but nothing
wnl hoard of it. until n fn iln.ru
bj,lce when Lam On. who is tho
Chinoso clork in A.G. M. Kobort-
son's law office, was aaktd by
Chock Kim to make out a bill of
sale for a silver witch to a Chin
oso whom ho brought with him,
the price being 8. lie did so
but reported tho fact to tho police,
who traced tho watch and arrest
ed Chock Kim for larceny in tho
first degree, tie was found guilty
on his hid this morning and
sentenced to two years' imprison
ment at haul labor, a fiuo of $60
and $8 -10 costs, and Jailor bow is
nuw taking care of him.
mi.i.iriiN iiicyci.i: contest.
Tho subjoined ballot, renowed
iu ovory issue, will bo received
at tho "Bulletin business ollice,
009 King street, until 12 o'clock
noon on Ydnoscliiy, Xovombor
27, 1895. Each No. of ballot will
only bo acceptable up to tho time
notod on it, and ballots will bo
counted and tho results announced
immediately thereafter. More
than ono voto for one bicyclist or
one bicycle on a siuglo ballot will
ronder it void.
Tho "Most Popular Bicyclist"
according to tho ballots cast will
bo awarded tho prize- of tho "IKt
Bicycle'' sold in Honolulu accord
ing to tho same voto. Tho follow
ing named gentlemen have kindly
consented tu act as tollors and
judges of the contest :
C. M. White.
- J. T. Stackkh,
15. A. Williams.
huq liiGycie iniiot i
n-o. 13. 1
('ooil 'rj Two Diijg' Onlr. i
MOST POPULAR BICYCLIST.
,W t',llu" l'l"l Hli jourcliolco
oftiloc at and lilcvi li nml .1 ,.i.
".'.'i8 l,a,.'"t at ll,c uei.I.BTI.N busiiicai! m
uiiKv ujr is ociock noon, Fr day.
Novembers, ISD5, J'
THE BIGYGLE CONTEST
ANonn:it i.iiiv o.iiii:nroit in
-in i : i.isr.
.llUa Jonnlo ;iirnrr Ills VU Today
4'iili.e ?Ira, lU'imer In 'In lie
Thero were just ns unny votes
cast in the l!uM.r.rix'siieeIooon
test in the last - liouis as there
are diys in tho year, which provus
that thu contest has lost nothing
in puh.ic iuioiust by the substi
tution uf lady contestants and
goes to show that a more popular
Miugg.u will probably result than
-l'nio c (millions had boon tin
changed. l'oiiiiy's count shows 253 ad
ditional vote- cist for Mit-s Jennie
G Haul, .Inch makes hor total
300 and places her second on the
list by a largo majority. Mrs.
Keniier, who is now third, had 31
votes added to hor total, whilu
Mk-.s I'heiuo King who is still a
long way in tho load got ol addi
tional votes today. Too friends of
Miss .leiinio (.iilliiid have boon
working hard for her and deserv
ediy si, for sue is an eiitlntei istic
cyclist and is one of tho fastest
lady riders in tho city. Hoi
numerous friends may be roliud
mi to give hor a hsavy voto.
The Cleveland added 211 voles
to H- already largo total and the
K.iinblor HO. Tlmy .no u long way
ahead of tho otliOl' whuele-, al
though thu Mnuatch g.nned itl'ty
voles on tho Tribune over yester
day's count and may bo looked
upon as dangerous in the near
liitino for third jil.ico.
Following is tho result of to
day's count, as furnished by tho
committoo : J ., u-.
Previously countod 3138
XSew b.illot.s toilay
Mliii 1'lienle King...
MI-h Jennie (illldid...
MIh II ll-en
Mlrs Annie Olark ....
Mlns Porn MuiJlnnn.
Judgo KI.ikooii'n Inltlull'orriiniiiiiicc'i
Judge Magoon passed setitonces
for tho first timo as Circuit Court
Judge this morning.
Charles liroubter was seutouced
to bo liiiprisnuod at hard labor
for six months and to pay a lino
of $50 and oosts, for foigiug the
names of S. 15. Iloso and r. C.
"Wilder, Jr., to a draft for SJ99.
9. Tho samo prisoner received a
similar sentence for forging the
uamo of Brash to a postal order
Eli Crawford was sentenced to
pay a liuo of $75 and cents for
iibsiult and battery on Akima.
Lono was sentenced to pay a
lino of $25 and costs for assmlt
and battery on Ah hook.
F. II. Moiidonhall, who givo a
fraudulent check to .John Buck
ley, was sontoueud to ho imprison
ed at haid labor for one year.
G. H. Kuttinan, hold nt tho
polico station for debt, was brought
bot'oro Judgo Magoon on a writ of
habeas, corpus. llurtwell and
llobertsou pleaded for him, and
Humphreys for tho Marshal. Tho
Court took tho matter under con
sideration, remanding the peti
tioner to the Marshal.
The trial of Woodward, begun
befuro a native jury yostoiday, is
Ex-Judge Henry E. Cooper took
tho oath of oilico as Ministor of
Foreign Affairs and as Attorney
General ad interim before Chief
Justico Judd this afternoon.
If you feol out of sorts, call nt
the Criterion and try our refresh
ing Seattlo Beor on draught.
The able address by Atrs.
Sturtevanl-Peet, president of
the California Woman's
Christian Temperance Union,
on the occasion of the annual
convention of that body in San
Francisco, contained a passage
which takes strong ground on
the benefits of the bicycle. In
speaking of physical culture
and the relation of the clothes
to the subject, she said :
"All know the value of a
strong unhindered body. For
this reason the banishment of
the corset and restricting bands
is a foregone conclusion. t
Dress reform has pressed its
claims for forty years, with lit
tle progress till the bicycle,
that graceful, silent steed of
motion, dashes through and
bursts open the door of preju
dice. 'I his mystic wheel that
we meet on every road and
street is the mute but telling
advocate of dress reform.
It has its virtues as well as its '
charms. It invites, yea, de
mands, simplicity in dress. It
encourages physical exercise
and utterly refuses to carry a
drunken rider. Unlike the
horse, it balks when touched
by the hand of inebriety. It
inconveniences and discour
ages the use of cigars and cigar
ettes to the number of 65,600,
000 a year. In short, the wheel
is a reformer, and, though, it
came not through the virtue of
moral conception, we should 1
welcome its presence as we do '
the advent of every new in
vention and corporate edict
bearing the balm of sobriety,
with the promise of stronger
and better men and women." i
This is a straightforward ex
pression from an able woman
who led the California forces
of one of the greatest National
organizations ever instituted
for the uplifting of the race.
The dignity and earnestness
which characterize her opinion
cast into the'shades the hallow
objections which some physi
cians have made to the bicycle.
Mrs. Peet gives us to under
stand that m the sole aspect of
requiring women to dress sen
sibly this simple instrument of
locomotion has accomplished
more at a dash than the preach
ers on sensible dress for wo
men have been able to bring j
about in nearly halt a century.
With so eminent an indorse
ment as this, even the most
timid woman who is not held
in what amounts to physical
restraint by father, husband or
brother from obeying an in
stinctive impulse to dress ra
tionally and enjoy life and
health on a bicycle, may at
least console herself with the
inflection that her impulse was
right and lament that she was
born a few years too soon.
In addition to the above
Mrs. Peet might have mention
ed the saving in labor attained
by the patent sprocket atiach
ed to the Tribune wheel, which
amounts to over 1 $ per cent,
no small desideratum when
ladies are concerned.
The Tribune is the wheel
par excellence for ladies' use,
it has the newest patents and
improvements and can be run
with 1? per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. FOR SALE ONLY BY
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ud
When It Comes
To Disinfectants vc still hiivc
plenty, our stock lins not
been exhausted, nnd new
arrivals are on hand.
tlio beaut' of . . .
ioi 1 Ho
In Honolulu thero is
alwaj'B something that de
mands the attention of the
fair sex. More especially
is this truo when good
bargains are offered. In
catering to the wants of
the Honolulu ladies, the
merchants must buy judi
ciously and select only the
most artistic designs. Es
pecially is this true of
white dress goods. I re
ceived by the Ai'stkaj.ia
a now lino of these goods
that are very pretty. They
must be seen, however, to
bo appreciated. I also re
ceived a fine lino of Lad
ies' Shirt Waists' and Cor
sets. Now that the Cho
lera is over and life, social
ly, has resumed its normal
condition, tlio dry goods
business must increase
materially in tho next
month. Anticipating this
demand 1 have laid iu this
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