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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY" 22, 18UG.
5 Euei?ii?i Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
"WEDNESDAY - - JAN. 22, 189G.
Presidont Dole's viovra on tho
annexation question, as roportod
by Miss Kato Field, an include opi
nion that was hold from tho first
by, among -others, somo who took
oxcoptions on broad principles to
tho genesis of this Itopubhc,
that is, where ho suggests that
tho political union of Hawaii with
tho United Statos should bo effect
ed through a schomo devised ex
pressly for the purpose. If tho
United States is going to acquire
territory beyond tho bounds of
tho continent, as was said long
ago when nothing was heeded that
did not emanate from tho party
tlmt took over tho govemniont in
180!), that nation should formu
late a distinctive colonial policy.
It is curtuin that Hawaii under tho
existing constitutional limitations
of the United States cannot bo ad
mitted at once, or for a groat
whilp. as a full-Hedged Stnto with
all its rights and privileges. Cuba
itself could hardly bo admitted
into the full fraternity of American
statehood, without importing con
ditions of no littlodifliculty and em
barrassment into tho affairs of tho
Union. Should tho United States
make an emphatic declaration of
tho Monroe doctrine, as a definite
pieeo of permanent national po
licy, tho logical result would bo
to greatly increase tho responsibi
lities of the nation with respect to
tho countries of Central and South
America. She would becomo the
virtual protector of a host of petty
republics, whoso past record shows
a frequent disregard of interna
tional amenities toward foreign
ers. In this rolo tho United
States would almost cer
tainly bo getting into hot water,
from time to time, and it would
be incumbout upon hor to exer
cise a sort of police supervision
over thoso countries. It is not
difficult to imagine the possibility
of circumstances arising, wherein
tho United States might find it
necessary to put an end to anar
chy in tho territory of ono of hor
wards, and give it a government in
barmony with tho international
code and civilization. This is
where her colonial schemo, now
suggested as a solution of tho Ha
waiian problem, would come in and
prove its value. Americans are
colonizers like their ancestors and
cousins, and the time-worn doc
trine against outside territorial
acquisition already oral times
only honored in ti.Vvbreach will
one day have to give way boforo
the conditions that tho expansion
of her foroign commerce and hor
now development as a naval power
are fast creating for tho United
If the fine method adopted by
the Hawaiian Amateur Athletic
Association, in the arrangeinont
of its field day program, bo carried
out an excellent reform will be in
a igurated. Reference is to tho
fixing of hour and minuto for
each event, which, if closely ob
served will prevent wearisome de
lays and enable the sports to bo
got through boforo dark.
From descriptions of Johannes
burg and its cliraato it would ap
pear that tho golden prizes of the
country arc gained at groat risk of
health and lifo.
Canned fruit appears on tho list
of domestic exports for tho first
timo, tho amount boing 972 dozen
tins. A largo quantity of pino
apples will bo canned for export
Markoo, tho alleged intending
filibuster, would likely find him
Bolf in a box like that Jameson got
into in South Africa, if ho camo
hero expecting tho Hawaiians to
rise and do tho dirty work for
"Fishmarket" was a misnomer
when it roforred to tho old rookery
that has passed away. Tho name
given the now structuro is bettor,
but "Honolulu" is in so many
names that tho namo "Public
Market" would bo bettor.
Burrell, tho detective employed
by Consul General "Wilder to look
un filibusters, is now numbered (
among tho missing liko most of
tho free-hooters he '.'detected."
Doubtless ho got his wages beforo
dropping out oji sight, and tho
newspapers got all the rest thoro
was in the business, barring tho
experience tho Hawaiian Govern
ment obtained out of what was
probably only a confidence game.
"Why cannot tho plan of tho
Kilohana Art League, for stimulat
ing both artistic and literary talont
among school children, bo extended
to having pupils go out and write
descriptions of objects and places?
Thoy would be acquiring useful
knowledge at such a task, bosides
getting bettor practice in composi
tion than theoretical essays afford.
Thus far tho evidonco does not
support tho theory that Jameson's
ill-Btarred expedition was part of
a scheme for adding tho Trans
vaal to tho British Empire. It
rather seems to have been a move
ment to aid a projected revolution
in tho country to secure political
rights deniod to tho great bulk of
tho taxpayers. Getting informed
of what was in tho wind, Prosident
Krucgor shrewdly granted tho de-
Bired concessions, and with peace
thus assured in tho capital wont
out and settled accounts summar
ily with the rash invader's band.
Michael Davitt, tho Irish nation
al patriot, is a brilliant man, but
ho is not eoual to puttinc tho
times in joint with a word. His
advico to the United ' States to
throw bombshells into tho Sub
lime Porto is bravo talk, but United
States statesmen will be apt to sit
down and count tho cost boforo
thus raising a volcano in Old
"World politics, in tho crater of
which their own nation would for
tho first timo bo placed. Mr. Davitt
also advises th admission of Ha
waii into tho Union, but his
phraseology shows that ho is shy
It is astonishing how tho old
saw, that "it never rains but it
pours," is exemplified in the run
of popular amusements in Hono
lulu. For many weeks now thoro
has been a succession of enter
tainments, colebrations and out
door sports, succeeding a long
dull timo running back to boforo
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING JOB BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats,
The original brund.
rerent from and bettor thtui any othor I
t3KT" For sale by nil Lending Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON &
S F, AGENTS.
tho burning of tho Opora House.
Local talont on tho stago is going
to compote for patronage Saturday
ovoning, and, unloss it gives riso
to a permanont amateur dramatic
society, tho chances are that local
talent will aftor this effort go into
rotiromont again until awakened
by the next groat rush of profes
sional entertainers from abroad. '
THK COMING FIELD DAY.
(Continued from 1st page.)
Starter James Torbort.
Timo-koopors 0. W. Macfar
lano and Sam AVildor.
Clerk of tho Course T. P.Cum
minB. Handicappor Thomas "Wright.
A comnntteo is at work trying
to raiso contributions of money or
articles suitablo for prizea from
merchants and leading citizens
and hopes to ho able to make a
good showing by Saturday.
Tlii; IJIrj clr unit DIm''!!.
If bicycling is an excellent pre
ventive of disease and a promoter
of good health, it is of no less
value as a remedy for certain
pathological conditions. It is not
compatible with tho limits and
naturo of a magazine articlo in
tended for gonoral readers to enter
into details about tho treatment of
diseases. I shallt horeforo liinit
myself, says .Dr. (Jarrigues in tho
Forum, to n few remarks. By its
effect on respiration and digestion,
bicycling becomes a potont remedy
for anaemia, that condition of tho
blood which consists in a diminu
tion of tho red blood corpuscles
and shows itsolf in pallor of tho
skin and tho mucous membranes.
Numorous nervous troubles oro
rolioved or cured by this oxorciso;
such as nourasthonia or nervous
prostration a condition usually
duo to overwork or worry, and in
which tho normal strength is lost
and tho slightest exertion vcauses
fatiguo and physical and mental
exhaustion. The same holds good
in regard to headache, insomnia
and neuralgia. Among tho ner
vous affections benefited by bi
cycle riding may also bo included
that troublesome disease, asthma,
a cramp-liko contraction of tho
muscles of tho bronchial
tubes which causes a pain
ful sensation of choking. In
tho beginning of phthisis, whoro
parts of tho lung tissup becomo
condensed and less porvious, mo
derate bicycle riding is holpful.
Many diseases of the intestinal
canal such as dyspepsia, con
stipation and hemorrhoids yield
to tho effects of wheeling. A case
lfas recontby come to tho writer's
knowledge in which tho stiffness
remaining after a fracture of tho
log was successfully treated by
riding a bicycle.
But if bicycling is a valuable
resource in certain . diseased con
ditions, thoro aro numorous others
in which it is harmful or should
only bo indulged in very cautious
ly. Most acute diseases demand
rest, and bid tho bicyclist abstain
from his favorite pursuit, and
many chronic diseases are made
worse by riding. Sinco wheeling
considerably increases tho rato of
respiratory movements it would
bo folly for a person with ad
vanced pulmonary consumption to
attempt to rido. Tho heart boing
whipped unmercifully to work in
driving tho machine, wheeling
shoula bo strictly forbidden in
serious diseases of this organ; and
persons nffocted with minor car
diac troubles ought at least novor
to race or otherwise to expose tho
heart to a fatiguo which it is not
prepared to Btand.
Business men are generally
given tho credit of knowing a good
thing when it comes in their way,
and it has not takon those in Ho
nolulu long to find out that tho
Bulletin ib tho best advertising
medium in Hawaii.
Maud Oh, girls, have you
hoard tho news? Ethel Vano iB
engaged to Mr. Barroll, and dIio
told mo ho was as rioh as a Turk.
Omnes How perfectly lovoly !
Maud And hor brother Goorgo
has boon accepted by Miss Bar
roll, who has 100,000 in hor own
right. Omnes Oh, tho mercen
ary wrotch! London Tit-Bita.
A -little Boston girl who had re
cently learned to repeat tho Lord's
prayer was asked by her mother
if she know tho meaning of "For
givo us our trespasses." "Why,
yes," sho replied, ''it moans ex
cuse us for going on the grass."
PRESIDENT OF VENEZU
ELA AND OTHER
President Crespo of Venez
uela is a tall, heavy man, with
a countenance revealing force
and determination. He is very
abstemious in his habit and
generally goes to bed at 8
o'clock in the evening. He is
in the habit of summoning his
Ministers to him at sunrise.
He is fond of cattle-ranching,
and owns a large number of
acres not far from the Venezu
elan capital. He is a fine eques
trian and has an unlimited
amount of backbone. He also
knows a good thing when- a
friend puts him on to it. If he
lived in Honolulu he would be
one of the first to call at the
store of the Hawaiian Hard-
ware company and examine
some of that fine cutlery just
received by the last Australia.
Beyond question we have now
displayed on our shelves and
in our windows and showcases
the finest lot of cutlery ever
brought to these Islands.
One of those fine carving
sets with ivory or buckhorn
handles in handsome plush
cases would be just the thing
to take the fancy of President
Crespo or his great and good
friend Grover Cleveland. We
have also smaller sets of carv
ers, designed for game and
In the matter of Knives we
have a new stock of everything
in the line, comprising butter,
kitchen, skinning, dessert, table,
putty medium, hunting and
pocket knjves in an almost be
Those little pearl-handled
butter knives are dandies and
you will want one as soon as
you see them.
Another useful little article
is a pocket nail-cleaner and
file, which is a novelty and
We are entirely out of bicy
cles, having closed out our en
tire stock last week. We ex
pect a big lot of the 1896
model of the Tribune and Mon
arch wheels by the next steam
er and shall be pleased to take
your order in advance. '
We have also on hand a
fresh supply of Fresh coffee
pots, which sell like hot cakes.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
DEE. A.. A- O.
January 25, 1896.
1 One mile novice bicycle.
I 1(X) yds ilasli, handicap.
it lUlf-mllo boyg bicycle, handicap.
4 lUlf-mllo bicycle, handicap.
5 Running high Jump, handicap.
fl 3-ralnutc cUat bicycle.
7220 yds run, handicap.
8 Half-mile run, handicap.
0 One-mlla novelty bicycle, handicap.
10 120 ydt hurdle handicap.
J I Running broad Jnmp, handicap,
12 One-inllo novelty bicycle,
lit 141) yUs dah, handicap.
14 One-mile run handicap.
15 JMnllo lap blcjclc, hnndlcnp.
Ill Ilnlf-mllo match horse rncc, 1st heat.
17 l'uUliifr (shot, handicap.
18 Ilnlf-mlle match horserace, 2nd heat.
l!t UltiR Tournament.
20 Hnlf-mllu scrub Horn; race.
Athletic aporta. Members o( club and
acholnra J.'-T), unn members $50.
Illcycle fsvcnU. .Members or club and
scholar ?..V, noil members f.
JtliiC Tournament. Free for nil, f 1.
llall-tnllc horse race for scrub lionet $1.
General tulmUelon $.50.
Orand stand free.
Carriage inaldu coursu $ 'Si.
Races to start at 2 p m sharp.
FEBRUARY 3, '96.
O. R. & L. Co. Trains leave
Depot at 7 v. at., sharp.
RETURN AT MIDNIGHT
Single Tickeis, $1.50
Lady and Gent $2.00
Tho nbove prices includes It. R.
Fare, Dancing nnd Refreshments.
J. W. CHAPMAN, tbo famous
caterer, will hnvo cliargo of tho
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOMB, ADIUSMBLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
&- FOIt SALK II V
Hopp & Go.
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at P. H.
Bertelniann's shop, oppo
site New Republic Build
Dr. Geo. P. Andrews
Office: Masonic Bujlwxo.
Office hours : 10 to 12 a.m., 3 to 4 p.m.
Residence with Prof. W. D. Aloxander,
Jan 22, 1800, 1 by horse, no brand, white
spot on forehead, sore back, email white spots
on fore legs, white hind legs, all lex shod.
Jan 22, 13SJ0, 1 unbrauded sorrel pony, while
ipot on forehead.
Jan 22, 18U0, 1 unbranded sorrel mare, white
trip on forehead, white spot on back, all legs
Jan 22. 1800, 1 unbranded black marc, white
pot on forehead, white lea hind leg.
Jan 22, I8',W, 1 roau more, branded ( IV )
on right hind leg. long white strip on fore,
head, white hind legs.
All persons owning the above-mentioned
animals aro hereby notified to picvent their
'claims within the time specified by law, fall,
lng which, they will be sold at public auction
on Saturday the 8th day of lebruary, 1800,
at 12 o'clock noon.
LAND AND HOUSES
Thoro is a piece o land togothor
with two houses on Koknuliko
street between King street nnd1
Kapuukolo roiul, now rented at
$300.00 nyear; will sell for $2,000.
For further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, January 11, 1896.
To The Planters !
K. OGUHA & CO. G1VHNOTICETIUT
they withdraw their plnn to introduco con
tract laborers freo of charge, which wa9
issued In December, an it hns been found
iinpracticnblo and that they will revert for
tho prf suit to their original plan whero the
.planters pay tho passogo juonoy from Japun
K. OGUHA k en.
Honolulu, January 18, 1800. SOi-Iw
410 Hotfl street, near Nuuiuiu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions,
Chinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -,'- RICE,
All kinds of Canned Fruit, Cigars,
and a lurgonssnitmoutof goods too
numerous to mention at the very
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted up with all the Modem
Appliances for -
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Evory Description.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Fifteen years' experience and, all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
press oflico, King Street, near
Fort. Telephone 8G.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a bench lot.
Apply to .
Suits to ordor. Fit Guaranteed. Kino Back
Coat, $5 upj Fine Tweod Pants, JS4.50 up:
Fine Suit, $18 up. Clothes cleaned and re
paired. 200 KING STREET.
THE UNPERSIGNED EXPECTING TO
leave Honolulu within eight weeks, re
quests all persons indobtod to him to make
immodiftto settlement without furthor no.
tico. A. E. KOWAT, D. V. S.
Jan. 21, 1690. 20Q.lw
Hotel St., near Fort. Tel. 302.
A NEW -WINCHESTElt SINGLE SHOT
45-70 military Hllle. A bargain. Addrm
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