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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 23, 1896.
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o Evei)ii)$ Bulletii),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, NOV. 23, 18.
IS IT WHICH?
If nny of tho living or dormant
political organizations in tho
country is to tako up tho nn men
tion propaganda, it ought not to
bo difliotilt to dooido which in tho
appropriate ono. Tho Annexa
tion Olub was formed to promote
annexation nothing olso and
included friends of tho cause of
all nationalities. The Americau
League was formol, as a secret
society, to piovont supporters of
tho Ooverniueut of nationalities
other than American from getting,
at least, more than their duo
Bharo of political preferment and
pudding. Tho American Union
party was formed to support tiio
Government, with annexation ns
an incident, in tho elections for
the Legislature oi. this Republic.
Thore is no need, with this show
ing, of indicating which organiza
tion should tako tho lead at this
junotuie, oven if tho right ono
lias to uudorgo tho procoss of
It had been rumored, from
about tho time of Hon. John V.
Foster's arrival here, that coer
cion was to bo employed by tho
United States Government for
bringing recalcitrant 6iigar plan
tais to a proper frame of mind ou
tho annexation question. Thoy
woro to bo given to understand
that if thoy did not throw their
weight in tho balance for tho sup
romo cause, tho sugar clauses of tho
McKinley bill- which, however,
woro not McKinloy's would be
revived and thereby tho Hawaiian
sugar industry be dumped. Tho
rumor ovon suggested that tho
Bamo end might bo reached by
thoshoitor out of nbiogatiou of
tho reciprocity treaty. Now that
tho throat has been oponly made,
although not with American au
thority, it is worth discussing.
Thore is not a likelihood, in tho
first place, that tho United States
will do anything of tho kind sug
gested. The suggestion is in
all probability a Honolulu in
vention, but in caso it puts
mischiof in tho minds of tho Gue
rnica of Hawaii in tho United
States of which tho San Fran
oUco Chroniclo i3 ono of tho load
ing and by no means powoiless
organs it requires answering.
Tho first causo, as well as tho per
petuating cuuso, of tho boon of
reciprocity grauted by the United
States to Hawaii was political.
That is tho bond that establishes
tho control of tho United States
over these islands so far as good
international conscience goes
which is reaffirmed in the declared
policy of tho now dominant party
in that nation. Should that bond
bo cut asunder tho United Stales
could only continue to oxoiciso a
paramouut influence among tho
Powers ovor tho affairs of Hawaii
upon tho principlo that might
makes right which her own publio
opinion condemns in the practico
of other nations. It would
bo bad policy otherwise for tho
Unite I States to attempt coorcing
this country by cinching tho
planters. I'uo experiment would
likoly but excite resentment in tho
minds of those planters who are
hot quite coitain of tho benefits of
annoxation to their interest, thus
stimulating them to taking a po
sition us allies of the dissident
natives and other foreign ele
ments opposed to tho cause. An
nexation is not to bo hastened by
forcj of any kind, in tho opinion
of tho Bulletin. Neither is it to
bo promoted by a windy platform
campaign, conduotod chieily in
tho oars of foroign residents, who
can only add applauso to attoBt
their already set conviction that
tho country would bo bottor under
tho Stars and Stripes than con
tinuing in national independence.
Wlml in wiuiiml ih n mimnuii'll of
I oducation among tho native 11a-
waiiaus, whoso voices for tho
causo, addod to those of tho ma
jority of foreigners, would bo tho
most availing factor possiblo in
securing early action at Washing
ton for tho desired consummation.
It is not likoly that tho United
Statos is going to let her thor
ough surveys of cable routes iu
tho Pacific go for nothing. When
sho has obtained tho expected
ooi ly survey, by tho Albatross,
between Jn pun ami Hawaii, every
thing will bo ready for cablo lay
ing. 'JL'horo is not a bit of uso iu
tulking about a mero local lino
between Hawaii and America.
Neither private capital nor public
funds will bo put into anything
but a lino across tho Pacific, from
eontinont to continent, which will
pull lound the world tiafiic and
pay trom tho first Hash.
Dr. Leouhard Stojnegor, of the
Behring Sea Commission, who is
heio with tho U. S. S. Albatross,
is an ardent udvocato of English
spelling roform. Ho is not for
briuging it about by piecemeal,
but iu one grand orthographic re
volution. This is not likoly to
como to pass, how over, without
the adoption, at the samo time, of
a moro direct-acting alphabot
something on tho linos of short
hand. "The Pedigreo of tho Kamoha
raohas," begun in this poper, may
bo filed without reading iu tho
archives of tho Hawaiian Histo
rical Society " Joaquin Millor,
in tho Overland Monthly's Ha
waiian number, was afraid to
tacklo Kamnhamcha's namo moro
than onco. Let him not try to
browse on tho branches of this
family tree, or ho will require the
services of an outirc dental col
If the progiess of invention is
destroying old industries it is
oreatiug now ones, oven moro ex
tensive than those displaced.
There iB tho craft of making pneu
matic tires for instance, tho value
of single concerns iu which is
rated by millions Latoly a cor
poration making tiies in Dublin
was bought out for two million
Furious and hcedloas riding as
well as driving must bo suppress
ed with the strong arm of tho law.
Such an opisodo as that of Satur
day ie not au accident, butaoiimo
and ought to bo so treated.
Tho revoiso sido of tho Pilot
Chart of tho North Pacific Occau
for November is covered with an
illustroted articlo on icoborgs in
tbo Southern and Antarctic oceans.
On tho maps it is soon that the ico
limits cut the fortieth pamllol of
south latitude, moro than fifteon
degrees north of Cupo Horn. Tho
obvorso sido of tho Ohait, besides
othor now matter, gives oquator
crossings in tho Atlantic for Jan
uary, February and March, and
this feature will be continued. In
its forecast of wind und weather
in tho North Pacific for November
tho Chart says: "Occasional
squalls may bo expected in tho
vicinity of the Hawaiian Islands.
In passing through tho region of
tho doldrums, after ctossing tho
lino, vessels bound north for tho
west coast of Ameiica may expect
raiu squalls, thundor storms and
wind squalls, though not so fre
quent by as Inst month."
Dr. 0. B. High, dontist, gra
duate Philadelphia Dental Col
logo, 1892. Masonic Tomplo.
Tho Annual Mooting of the Honolulu
Library" find Heading Xtooius Association
will bo hold At Library Hall on the liven
ing of IVicUy, Nov. 27th, nt 7:10 o'clock,
for thu Election of Ufflteid anil other nn
H. A. 1'ABMELr.E,
i hi: l'oontti.i. oajii:.
I'ltnnlinii'a Srlrnri loo Rtutli fur Urn
rirnt Itrcliui'iit I emu.
Tho football gamo ou Sutmday
afternoon, between tho Punahou
and First Regimout teams, was
played in tho prosonco of a largor
attendance than at tho preceding
gamo. Timo was called at 4
o'clock with tho llogimonts in
possession of tho ball, but it did
not tako long to show that tho
soldierB woro out classed by their
moro active and bettor trained op
ponents. Tho Punahou boyB went
into tho gamo just full of spirit
and determination and they woro
ohuckful of assurance. Thoy
mado tho gamo lively from tho
start, far too lively for thu Regi
ments as the result allowed.
Tho bcoro at tho end of the first
half waa 8 to 0 in favor of tho
students and at tho ond of tho
game 21 to 4. Tho phtyiug of
Prof. Babbitt, A. Cuulm, Elias
nud Antonio Long and Vv. Arm
strong contributed hugely to tho
collego victoiy. Captain Babbitt
and Mr. Howard woro injured
during tho latter half of tho gamo
and their places woro taken by
IlKl M'A1 or hMlIl" IMjrY.
Continued from Int Patje.
Judgo Caiter is hearing O.K.
Kaiopahia vs. Knna, ejectment.
Magoou & Edings for plaintiff; C.
Brown for defendant. After a
mixed jury had boon sworn do
fendaut being a Chineso counsel
filod a stipulation to waive jury,
ami tho panel was dismissed.
In every drop of impure beer you
drink. By far tho greator pro
portion of kidney trouble is due
to its use. No need of your drink
ing it. Seattle Boor is pure. It's
browed of tho finest hops and
malt, aids digestion, promotes
health and preserves it. On tap
or in bottles at tho Criterion Sa
If you want a good Island po
tato just ring up 755,Palama Gro
cory,aud thoy will send you a bag
of tho unrivalled Kolmla spuds,
grown from Now Zealand seed.
Sold at our usual live and let live
rates. Palama Grocery, opposite
Yozc Are i?z
NgscH of a
Time Piece . .
Yon cannot make up your
mind what kiud to got; it both
ers you, because every one has
au opinion of his own as to tho
best make. Lot us suggest
something to you.
"Whon a watch is backed by a
responsiblo-houso, money back
ed, so guaranteed that if tho
slightest defect is found, your
mouoy is returned, or another
watch is given iu place, should
you worry as to tho.kind to got?
A watch is mado to koep
timo, the ono coming tho near
est to being correct is tho ono
of most worth. It matters not
if it cost Tou" Dollars or a
Tho matter of expensive
cases is loft entirely to your
tasto aud tho length of your
As Agents for tho high
grado "Elgin" and tho medium
priced" Watorbury" both makes
of which there is an ondloss
variety, wo are enabled to offer
au unusually largo nssortmont
of complete watches, and at
prices fur below formor ratos.
1 Prom $3.00 Up.
3 SKSC" All made to run, and
fj run well.
H. F. Wicliman
iimeiy j opss g
A GOOD THING.
Do you know a good thing
when you see it? Some peo
ple do and some don't, but
those who tumble to it are
bound to get ahead in the race
for wealth. We can put you
on to a thing or two. Just
now we want you to
GIVE YOUR HORSE
Remember he is your best
friend and if you treat him
well and feed him well, he will
do more work and better work,
besides looking as a noble
equine ought to look.
"THE NATIONAL FEED
will work a complete metamor
phosis in the condition and
the appearance of your horse.
It is a circular shaped vessel,
made of cold rolled steel, fine
ly galvanized, with a Malleable
Iron Side Rod, each box fur
nished complete with a Japan
ned Wrought Iron Holder,
Plate and Screws. This feed
box has the advantage that
you can put it up anywhere in
the stall or box, does not waste
a particle of the feed, will
always be sweet and clean,
and is especially desirable
where a horse is inclined to
It saves feed bills at a rate
of from 2$ to 30 per cent.
Saves Doctor's bills by pre
venting indigestion, colic and
stomach troubles. Saves host
ler's time, trouble and vexation.
It pays for itself in a few weeks,
and no Stable is complete
without it. They come in 3
sizes, capacity 6. 8 and 10
quarts, and the price is within
the reach of everybody own
ing a horse. We would es
pecially call the attention of
managers of Livery Stables to
this new device. It will pay
you the trouble to come and
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STHKET.
That's all wo have to talk about. Wo have Sporting
Shoes mado by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes that fit mnko pretty feet, all we need caro for
is to keep at the head of the procession and this wo
are doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes us any body else, and selling them for tho most
part at lower prices than tho othor fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe 0
Kr Exclusive Shoe Dealers. S38
The Original. mhb
SATURDAY, Ml 28lli
At 9 o'clock a. in.
Wait For It
You Will Save Money I
The Largest Stock
The Lowest Prices
113 KING STREET.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 r. ir., nrriving in Honi
lulu at 3:11 und 5:55 r. M,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 50
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.-ftMDlT "IT L.sr 1 L !r H A U W ITf" V .' I W J 1
Jliwa x'lantatiou... 1 UU 70
Waianao 1 50 1 25
Men and women are but
older children and enjoy re
ceiving gifts quite as much as
the little tots. Somo mothers
and wives enjoy baubles; others
of a more useful turn of mind
appreciate something for tho
table or the home generally.
We have heard of ladies who
hung up their stocking, ex
pecting to find a box of bon
bons in it on awakening, but
instead were gratified to find
a set of French China. Wo
do not advise this, because,
unless it is especially strong,
the stocking is apt to be in
Wo received ex Miowora
an invoice of tho finest Royal
Worcester Ware over brought
to this country. Tho cases
will bo open on Monday and
tho goods rendy for your in
spection. On the S. G. Wilder, al
most due, wo have $5,000
worth of American cut glass,
suitable for everyday uso,
and a now assortment of
Onyx tables and piano lamps
combined. Also five o'clock
teas and chafing dishes in
new designs And on tho
,24th via Sydney, wo will
have an invoice of French
China in throo new designs.
Also a number of pieces of
Wo are ready for Christmas.,
Von Holt Building.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is boreby given tbat I
bavo revoked and annulled all
powors of wbatsoovor nature,
boroloforecoufoi red upon A. llosa
by mo, and undor wbicb be bas
assumed tho managomont o my
property and tbo collection of
moneyB duo me. Parties paying
money to said Rosa for my account
will do so at their poril.
WILLIAM M. MAHUKA.
Tho Kinan palling Nov. io h will bo duo.
in Honolulu. Wednesday, Nuv.2ith, in
stead of Friday, Nov 27 tb, bh pn ticrf
WILDUK'S S rEAMSniPCO.. L'D.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 181)5. 400 7t
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