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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 12, 189(5.
51 Euei)ir$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, DEO. 12, 1896.
BASIS OF ACTION.
Indications aro that tho lino of
policy suggested by tho Bulletin
will havo to bo followed boforo
political union can bo brought
within roaohiug distance. Repre
sentatives of both countrioa will
requiro to construct u Bohomo of
uuion at Washington, which will
appeal to tho reason of tho Amer
ican peoplo and bo acceptable to
tho peoplo of Hawaii. All tho
evidence thus far obtained fails to
hIiow that any treaty of annexa
tion, which does not compriso tho
important details of tho position
Hawaii would occupy in tho
Union, will command tho support
of a liiajotityof the next Congress.
To mako tho mutual relations un
der political union happy, tho
compact must bo based on a woll
considored and sure foundation.
Sonio months ago this paper
gavo au account of some hundreds
of Fronch Canadians, intending
emigrants for Brazil, deserting
the steamer at Montreal tho very
hour Hhe sailed, under tho pros
fiuro of upbraid iugs and jeers
from their countrymen on tho
wharf. Tho60 who persisted in
thoir solf-exilo are now heard
from, in a special dispatch from
Ottawa priuted in tho San
Francisco Chroniclo. Thoy
Buffered sevore hardships on arriv
al in Brazil aud aro now implor
ing the Government and their
friouds to send them mouoy to
enable thorn to roturn homo.
Many havo died from exposure,
disease and want of food. Sugar
nud coffee planters wanted thorn
to sign contracts for ton yoars, to
ongao in clearing land, and at
tho expiration of that period thoy
would receive for their hiro onc
linlf tho valuo of tho plantation,
which might turn out worthless.
If these people hnd come to Hawaii
Ihoy would havo found acceptable
employment, iu a climate where
oxposiiro docs not kill, a chanco
to settle 1I0.W11 independently after
three years, schools to make their
children lit for citizenship in
short, nn ideal existence liko that
of their ancestors in old France,
under thoir own vines and iig
treos for their families and their
Ilawuiiiu affairs must bo ap
praised at some news value iu tho
United States, when tho daily
pross pays telegraph tolls on wads
of stale history on tho subject
from Washington. Padding of
puio invention is nlso strung out
with rare ingenuity for instance,
tho plan concocted to promote an
nexation by Ministers Cooper and
Hatch nt Washington, some days
boforo Mr. Cooper had arrived at
tho Amorican capital.
Bininofl? has taken an improv
ing turn iu the Uuitod States, uc
coiding to tho latest Dun's report.
Although the number of failures
for November compares very un
favorably with tho corresponding
month of hist year, it shows
rather better than the correspond
ing month of tho provious pioti
dontinl )car. Hawaii oug'at to
feel the iiiiluenceof reviving trudo
in the gioat neighboring republic.
At latent accounts tho Cubaua
neoined fairly well able to tako
caro of their own couso without
outside interference. It is hard
to boo any cause for action by tho
United States, excepting for tho
duo protootion of Amorican citi
zens in tho troubled country.
Spain would seem to havo as
tough a problem in holdiug her
Pacific possessions as sho has in
attomptiug to Bubduo her rebel
lious colonists in tho Atlantic.
IT WAS WON ON A FOUL.
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up waB $28,069, divided up as fol
lows: On tho Btraight fight, 13,
660; ou Sharkey staying a certain
number of rounds, 810,986; in tho
Paris mutuals,SM23. Tho Paris
mutuals, tho best criterion of tho
public mind on tho fight were
divided as follows: Sharkey to
win, $1395; Fitzsimmous to
win in ono or two rounds,
$143; in throo or four,
$741; in fivo or six, $572;
iu soveu or eight. $552; in nitio or
ten, $720; total, $1423. Tho pools
on tho Btraight fight were Itttle
changed, being 20 to 9 nearly all
At Corbett's all bols will bo
paid off according to the referee's
decision, and this rule was follow
ed at most of tho other betting
taki:.v r.Mi:ii ,ivisKtii:.r.
Dorlnloii In tlic niorrln (' Kcacrvrd
In tho District Court yesterday
afternoon tho caso against A. L.
MorriB, charged with Binuggliug
opium, was concluded, and de
cision reserved uutil Tuosday.
On the stand tho dofeudant de
nied all knowledge of any opium
boing in tho boxes of crackorfl,
and sworo that ho had had no
dealings iu opium with anyone
either this or last year, neithor
had he approached nnyouo iu ro
gard to importing opium.
Tho prosecution is hopeful of a
conviction, while the defense say
tho evidence adduced does not
mako out any cose against tho do
foudaut. Hold Arrivals.
Arrivals at tho Hawaiian liotol
ainco yesterday aro: Mibs Lucia
R. Wheeler, San Francisco; O. B.
Spalding, San Fiancisco; P. A. G.
Morsohaer, Amerongen, Holland;
Wilhelm E. Sprethe, Gera, Ger
many; Chas. Chilton and wifo,
England; Dr. Lom. F. Harvoy,
Buffalo; J. F. Millar, San Fran
cisco; E. F. Sweenoy, San Fran
cisco; M. P. Spencer and wifo,
Australia; Montagno Davis, Lou
don; C. E. Hogg, London; Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Calls, Yass, N. S.
W.; J. G. Waibol, San Francisco;
Mark Oreon, San Francisco; J. H.
Goodhue, Riverside, Cal., and W.
Arlington Hotol H. B. Hop
pin, Oberlin, Ohio; Captain AV.
A. Clark, San Francisco; J. H.
Crawford, Son Francisco; J. M.
Peobles, M. D., San Diego; Mar
cus O'Forrcll and M. J. O'Furroll,
San Francisco; Chas. H. Musser,
Leadville, Col.; Mrs. J.J. Hor
ner, Miss Amy Blacow aud MrB.
E. Madden, Son Francisco.
'Mistor,' said the honest search
or for omployment, 'can't you givo
mo some way to earn au honest
dollar ' 'Git out of tho plocol'
Bhouced tho Populistic gontlemon
with the long whiskers. 'Git out.
I don't want no goldbugs workiu'
Lots Heas Kapislani
There arc over looo loin for hiIp, ftoxloo
feet, innuKu o( Kui1oIhiiI I'nrk, niljuliiliiu' the
residence ol Messis C Drown, II. J. Nolle,
Thomas Mollliij;er and utlieru.
Theno hot will lie miUI elunper than any
place in Honolulu bluett tlieicl'ii ol'Kumeha
Water will be lulil im n soon as buyers aro
ready to build.
I'rlcc aro ranging fium floo.oo pel Lot to
This 1 tho best opjicntunlly to set a home.
For further particulars apply to
V. U. AUI1I ti CO.,
Kcul delate Duikers.
Honolulu, Nov. 2T. 1600. Mi-lm
Throo Lota with Comfortablo
and Tusty Cottages thereon situ-
i uto on Makiki streot, near uorota-
nia, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
planted with Shrubs ond Orna
mental Trees. Will bo sold to
gether or separately. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Subscribe for the Evkninq Buir
r.ETiN, 75 conts pet month
Sterling Silver Ware in great
variety such as
Tea and Coffee Sets,
Fish and Pie Sets,
Sets of Carvers, all prices;
Silver Plated Ware,
Pearl Handled Butter Knives,
Table, Tea and Coffee
Table and Dessert Forks,
Fruit and Berry Dishes,
Castors and Water Pitchers,
Cut Glass Ware.
Cosmeon Brushes, Combs,
Pin Trays, Mirrors, etc.
Florence and Celluloid
Brush and Comb Sets.
Banquet, Boudoir, Hanging
and Hall Lamps,
Lamp Shades in Silk and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO. J307 FORT STREET.
Axiction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
Real Estate Sale
On Monday, December 21,
AT 12 0'CUCK NOO.V,
At My Salesroom, Queen Street,!
Will Soil at Aubiio Auction
SITUATED AT KAPAHULU. OS THE
UMUNDAIIY OF KAI'1 IANI I'Altlt i
ADIOININO THE ltlWIDEN-
CES OF MES-iKS. CECIL I
IUIOW.N AND 11.
The Lots urn situated iu tho
Block bounded by Ktinninn and
Ciitnpboll Avenues and tho Kupa
The majority of tho Lots nr
100x150 foot, oi, d ouch have a
frontngo on ono of tho ubovo-mou-tinnod
Avenues or on tho now
Streets oponcd throughout tho
Tho situation of these Lot&,
arljacont to Iho elegant Residen
ces at the Beach and Park, should
command tho attention of all
Uomo-Sorkers nnd Investors.
Bomembcr that tho number of
Lots is limited nnd this will bo
tho grundust opportunity yot
oftVn-d in Ileal Estate.
Maps of tho Lots can bo Been at
JAS. F. MORGAN,
4S0 td Auctioneer.
Opera .-. jlouse
Tuosday Night, Dec. 15, 1890.
Montague : :
: : Faust Co.
will opeu n9 nbove In ono of their
iui tho coltliinteil , .
Bell Ringers, Vocalists,
Dunces Comedinns, Etc,
8nppmtcI hy a utronn powirl'il oniiipixny
of Bptrlulty Artiste, latest nnd most s"ti4a
tlonnl nnveltlus from London nnd 1'nrU
Popular prlcei. 4So-tf
Tho Concert to bo given
by Kawaiahao Seminary
will bo hold in tho
Opera -:- House
Tliis EyenlDg, December 12tb.
Prof. Borger with his Orchestra
will assist. This alone secures
tho success of tho program.
Gonoral Admission 50c.
Keserved Seals 75c.
6ST Tickets for sale at "Wall,
Nichols & Co. 479-3t
AU tenants nnd others indebted
to Liliuokalnui will please tako
notico that tho uudorBigned has
been appointed Agont of her
Estate, under full Power of Attor
ney. Prompt paymout of indebt
edness is requested.
J. O. CARTER,
208 Merchant Btroet,
Honolulu, Deo. 4th, 189G. 475 lm
NOTARY PUBLIC M TYPEWRITER
Office: SOS Merchant street, Campbell
mock rear of J. O. Cartel' office, P. O.
Is well manifested in the
Shoos wo havo stocked
up with for tho season.
Hero every now shape
and stylo is in evidence.
Every new kink that
makes a shoe more com
fortablo or gives it longer
life,' is found in tho foot
wear on sale. All the
best makes are represented in
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
51G Fort Street,
To supply your wauts in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most complete and choicest Btock wo havo over laid before tho
public. If you aro in doubt as to what you would liko to
present to your frionds or relations, let is show you ovor our
goods, and you will Buroly find something subatantialand ser
viceable, that will gladdon tho hearts of thoso who recoivo thorn.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchief?, Silk, Linen or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspenders eithor Silk or Cotton;
Dross Shirts, Nogligeo, Shirts and Night Hobos,
Kate t3LB Felt Q StEa'r qe M&a and 23ys
Smoking Jnokots, Panama Hats, Puggarees iu many do
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sloovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Vuli&es and Hand Bags, some very nico ones in Alii
gator; and a great many other things.
OornerofFort and Merchant Sts
Santa Claus is extremely
fond of receiving letters from
tho little ones. Ho generally
offers a valuable prize of somo
kind to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who are to
act as his agents hero, to offer
in his iiamo a beautiful Fronch
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him the most
original letter. Any little one
under ten years of agt may
compote for the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
the lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you have evor written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell the
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, nowl
Lcttors may bo mailed in tho
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock ixoon of
December 2-lth, tho day before
Tho doll will bo on exhibi
tion in ono of their largo show
windows during tho above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of tho letters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
tins mammoth stock.
Honolulu, H. T.
There are many kinds of cut
glass sold and, to tho ordinary
purchaser, one mako is as good
as another. Tho value of the
pieces depends of course, on
the cutting. If the edges aro
sharp, you may depend upon
it that tho quality is good.
Among all the make rs of cut
glass in tho United States but
ono firm sells enough to war
rant their having a warcroom
in New York. Every ono in
tho States knows which firm
that is Dorflmgor. In the
largo cities, from Boston, south
to Richmond and west to Den
ver, tho purchaser puts but ono
cut glass question to a salesman,
"Is it Dorflinger's?" The mako
is so well known that tho name
soils it. Our stock in this lino
is entirely from tho Dorflinger
factory other dealers think it
is tho best, th'o buyert- think it
tho best, then why should not
we? Other makes may be as
good, thoy are certainty no
bettor. Cut class has been
looked upon as essentially a
luxury of tho wealthy class,
but our cut glass at cut prices,
both cut, mukes it possible for
tho middle class to own pieces
of various sizes and shapes.
Wo havo also a desire to
call your attention to a stock
of silver ware, genuine sterl
ing, that excels most anything
oftho.kind ever shown here.
Wo soil Sterling silver napkin
rings for $1.50.
Von Holt Buildinc.
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