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S!?t r.ucr)ir;v Bulletif),
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATUKDAY, JAN. 9, 181)7.
FACT VS. FAKE.
lt has for long been eonsidored
longerons to make n record of t
events before they have happened, j
"L'ho practibe was eonimon with
country newspapers thirty yoaiB
ago. Editors of weekly eclectic
wonders found even tho small
qunutuin of local
e or six days, j
Lire or a tea ,
rather stale after fiv
Hence, when ii lectu
JUgnt enme on upon tun eve oi go-
.... ... .i I.
mg to pro.s, n roport of it would
- be put iu piiut bufoio tho lamps
for the thing were lighted, and
sometimes the result was all right
and sometimes otherwise. Horace
Greeley once detailed to report a
lecture by himself, before an ngri
culluial society iu a country town,
a reporter who had engaged to
take his best girl to tho opera tho
.samo uighl. In a bad way about
it, tho unsophisticated scribe told
his talc of woe to a reporter on
another papr, who lauehed at his '
young friend's trouble uud volun
teered to get him out of it. "I
iinw that lecture of Greeloy'u al
most bv luvnit," the comforter
"ii i. "atid I'll gueyiioafull re
wort of it b teven o'clock, i'nfco
vourgiil to the opera and look
iileaiant."' Tho loport was fortli
coming nnd Gieoley rend it in the
.-Ti iL.une at his bienkfast (able.
Xts effect upon him was more
than electric. Flying to his sane-
tutu lie commanded theiity editor
lo piodii'.e before him the body
of tho reporter who had turned in
"that stuff." His behest was
obeyed. "Do you know," ho
shrieked to the cowering news
gatherer and, ns it proved, spon
sor for too pievious intelligence
"Do you know that 1 could not
get down to Spoduuk last night
.and telegraphed to postpouo tho
lecture one wi-pkr"" More words
avoio spokon all by tho paino
snout h, howovi r nnd tho "firing"
xifthut budding journalist as will
bo readily understood by soino
people in Honolulu who know tho
autocrat of tho Tiibuno had ac
eossories that were truly appalling.
.Eveu amongt-t those who uiTout j
"now fcclniol ' modes, only tyroa
have the temciity to make up for
-soriv Lulches of accomplished
facts by the iinnufncturo of events
in iuUhiico. The presentation nf
lrnft program- or of sotlli-d inttn
ti )iis, dono a-i sin'h, U on." thin j.
"Desciiplion of tutisie events ty
4he ofien failing rule of pi nimbi
lilies is auothor. A cne of the
iatlor kind was produced in Ho
nolulu leconlly, uud the lesult
was a mesH f misstntoment and
positiu fiction. An order of ex
orcigos wus tinned iuaido out nnd
aipsidodowu. Standing room dif
ficult to obtain was tho description
of an interior where seats for
scores, in both prominent nnd ob -
cscurc sections, woro unoccupied.
A oronheliii dolecution sized nn
'beforehand ut more than n him
lred had realization to the extent
of lees than ton persons. Prayers
woie given as said aloud by a vast
congregation, from which not a
sound moro audible than n sigh
nsconded. One of the largest
imgennts of tho kind over
aeon in Honolulu proved to bo
ono of the smallest although tho
fnct, as elsewhere explainod, did
aiot detract in the slightest from
tho honor intended to be, and that
bestowed by tho
waited for tho transpiring of the
interesting event will bo frooly
iLought for presorviug as nccurato
(history, or Bending abroad for tho
true information ot thoGe interest
ed in the subject. But beforo
pooplo will ' exponil nickels
"buying mora uncorrected proof
shoots .of prophecy, thoy will bo
(liijiosod in submit Homo produc
tion nf tut callow peers to tho
test of liilfilmnnt. Un the day
following the abortive attempt to
prnetiso second sight, wliicli has
been partly described in this
I writing, tlio journal that gnvo the
writing, tlio journal that gavo t no
exhibition has to find spuco for
jitit a flint Ufnrn i-n.trtrflrwl ttirrtlift
ovouts thnt woro recorded twenty-
four hours previously by the Uui
letin. Thin journal has long
Binco biokeu with tho piuotiso of
mere, newspaper contiovorsy
which, by the way, seems to bo
more raiupaut in metiopolitan
journals olowhero now thau it
was in provincial prints of a
generation ngo-bnt there nro ex-
oeptions to every rule and one of
. i I .
tiioin is wuen a cnuiempoinry
treats the public with a gnus mi-
THE STATE FUNERvL.
Nothing win wanting in tho
carrying out of the older for a
state funenil to the bile Minister
Willis, which r-lmuld mdu it a
tliorougli te--,t!tiioii"il to 'he ro-
fouud ledpeet anil esteem wi
which tho lamented r-preseiit
tivo of tho United States was ie-
garded in this community, of
which he was a (listiii'Hiih'ld
member for threi) years and n
half. .It may truly be said that
eveiy heart in the latgH oiicoitihO
within the "ptic'iui.-, id-ur.'h wru a
Hvnumllii'.iiu: one, and tlmt i-ven
imioiigBt tho multitudes lunng the
titieeia theio were bun-lied- of
sorrowful ees beuides the
naturally cuiiou" one of
our mixed nnimlation. There
:.. ..i. .,!,,, ,,,i;,,., ,,i, '
li ,rri..f. born of tl.n touch of
nature that m.ikes the whole world ,
kin, for the grout sorrow of tho
widow and her fatheihvs boy, en
irelv imiirt from the foelinu of ,
two, bearing its solemn lesson, at ,
tho striking of tho last great '
..... ... i
oneniy s suait into a fliuning
Iliill It. i
It isquilethouuhtlesR to institute !
invidious comparisons between tho
ir--ii "Tz!J S Z. Ii
uiuui diuhj uuaniuiun nmv uiu
familiar to thn recollection of tho
older residents. Tho "genornl i
public" ns rucIi has never, nt least
for a dozen year past, figured
largely in yte.te funeral pageants
in Honolulu. Obviously, by talc-
ing their position in the rear of a ,
long procession, tliey would bo
shut out fiom any iw of the'
ceromoniej at llu cmit'Ty. Iu
tho ciiso of royal fnueicls, an ini
meiiHO proportio'.i ol I lie pop
ulace weie, it i tin-, in the
corteges. IJnt th-j w.-io orjjun
i. -d in bodies if it'li ieis, beuo
voleut nnd patriotic j-ocielies.
Thus, n single i-ociely has been i
soon, more than a bundled strong,
drawing a catafnhjiie with ropes, i
Theio would bo suveial wcel'.s of
lying in stale before interment, so
that Hocioties had ample limo to
inako preparations for a stiong
rally. Moreover, leaving out
other apt recollections, thoso
! funorals weio invariably held on
, c . i ii... ..i:.. ....i
, ouuuiiy, wuuu iu umuu iuijuiii-
' tion was tree to turn out.
nil tlieBo considerations, nlho re-
mombering thnt no request was
niado for a goneuil closing of
busiuess, tho asfaemblnge of a
highly representative congrega-
tion of mourners at tho chinch, .
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together with tho strong turnout
of three companies of volunteers i
whose members' timo in mostj
ensos uoioiiRS to otuera
tho public and pri
tribute to the lato diplomat
moinory and exhibition ot sym-
pathy for his afllicted wife and
! family formed quite satisfactory
proof that tho heart of Honolulu
was in tho testimonial ns ntrongly
as tho duty of tho Govornniout.
At the Methodist church tomor
row tnorniug, ltov. II. W. Pock
,i.ill ,rnunli nn flin Innin' liClrtlu
, Love for tho Childron." In tho
j evening another of tho illustrated
Bible talks will bo given.
lnm ,-w-rir i- -.no a mi- 1
LUDRICA lING OILS AND
PHMTA 1MCDC i lS
The sugar season of 1897 is
at hand, and now that wc p
have fairly entered on the New U
Year it is time to think about g
business and making a little
motley to spend next Christ-
mas. A dollar saved is a dol-
t f I t J
far made, US everyone KtiOVS,
nnr nnn u'tv In vivp mnnev is
and one way to save money is
frt iicrt i llrcf-r-Inoc nifi1if; nf h
"".." x r .y v"
lubkicaung uiL. io mose
uhn ?ity .i Vf-t imnrnii!iintH
who are as yet unacquainted
with the"CoIorado"Brands, we 'J
beg to sav that while we do
not believe in decrying the
product of pur competitors, we
do believe in stating the truth
as forcibly as possible, namely, ?;
mat we nave me nnest Luon- s
cants, that for density of vis- I
cosity, high fire test and per-
feet working qualities can not jg
ine uoioraao oranus oi
lubricants are the Diamond"C
Cvlindir Oil, Oilorado Cylin-
j . rvi n. ... r,..., r":i"n,4
c i V 'y n r ' fi
oeai vuive wi;, iiixiuc wu,
Dynamo Oil and Machinery
Oils. I Iil'V :ire the best and
cheapest in' the market.
In addition to the above we
full line of lubricants I
311(1 ubilCating Compounds 0
ricating compounds of
all kinds for plantation and
i we aiso uesire ro can atten
llu". u uul '" u"F'"u un
u....j :...j :i
containers whicn are uselu,
, , , , . , -i-i.uiiuiHii.ai. ,
Thev hold stxtv ?a nns nnd '
...' ... , ,.
will save their cost in a month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
f .?. . O 1 T..t T..1-
WpjJUSUC OJUt.'UliUlH XUIUK.
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
0 i-. n .... , ,.i A 1.V.MS " illili-ii'.!:iiin "in "i- ijinii-.-i.
. 8'PailOi 0 bdy,toH.l...,.TI;nlflor the 6onstitu.
' i lion, bv nd.iiuu to the (Jllieeis of
the Club, an Olhcer to bo knov. n
. . on
&b i 5 5 t ,yt .3 -J rj. yi 'P .- .
X i Ijiii'lluu from Hark
"M. I Clniifj." . .
l . ..
j B 061 OOUlfl )0rlShire
Hard Steam Coal
25XT SulttiblH f.u ull Slutim pur
ports. TliU Coul Is nlo a fuvorlto or
rr"iArT"rc:rPin itwtt. '
JJGWC SLSblG COcll
In quantities to Kiilt.
2240 Llos. to the Ton !
SfST Full Welcht Kiuxrauteeil. Do
1Iv(, ,reo t0 llIIV vrl o( tho clty
Stai Nuvigatiou Comp'y
The Annual Sleetius of tho Rtocltliolil..
eiH ut tlio Capital Coll'eo ic Couimerciiil
Conin.iny, Limitod, will bo held on Tues
day, the 21st iiiBl., tit 10 o'clock . m ., at
tlio oOlce of tho Hawniinu Snfa Deposit nnd
Secretary C. C. .t C. Co., L'd.
nonolulu, Jiui. 9. 1SH7. ."03-10t
The Evening Hullctin, 76 cents
In the YEAR
Are the kiwi of goods vw'
hnudle. WhiM the hnlidnyn
have made greixt enp in som.-!
'' -' e lilll-'H wi!I i
-p it i.tkew u' good' vnanv sales to i
S3 uiaUe an imprf-sjiou in
$ i-toek, we curry so ninny.
i w , , ... n ..
yy 5,1,01103 IQV o
ror ",,;u """ uuyw' ,lim
WatchdS fej $300
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For those with ti louger
pm so and an inoliuation for
something out of tho ordinary-
V want to add you to our
if pleased wntch customers,
.-unttr li'iw litllo or how
!. von t.. ve io Hiioiul for tlio
& Iu P"-o. '.Vo have thv goods,
h ,i r 111I1V .,rM f
1 ,.(. will bo ulmHv given to aid ,
niir ttiiinir i.nr il exliei 1
K von in mdectinu one which will
1 l l,t9t for '"
H. F, Wiohman
Notice of Meeting cf tie Anaeialionflnb anl oi
ViWsA AmeudmeDt of die Coastita-
ticn cf tie cmb.
Notice is horoby givon that the
ltegulnr Monthly Meeting ol tho
Annexation Clujj will bo held in
tho Diill Shed,
On Tuesday Evening, Jan
AT 7-aO O'CLOCK.
And also that, at such meeting
an nincui.iuotir win ie proposed
I ab lll l. 'l-llilVU VIIIUIU 1)1 I1IU
,1AM KSL. McLIiAN.
I Recreiiuv Annexation Club.
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Honolulu, .Tiin'y. U, l&'.lli.
Talking - Tie - Taik !
Fresh from tho factory.
Sroim-lliioK like two liuiulreil
ilo.eu. It It wiu for (unit
In poiilH or luuke, (but llio
price br kf, wv'.l can I ly
tell you Tlieni's no fault ami
IliH (ecret i our'.
Muylio nine of tliuni eouM bo
mutclifl for 75 ccnttj on a Mjoeeze,
but tl.o eriitKr munliL-r guoj
value fur u iloll'tr.
At - cint), flloro cln-ltif;
time oij jhL to fcvi; Illy lu-t
of 'em s"e.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVerlCy BM
Real Estate Broker.
SOO Morohunt Street.
FOE SALE and TO LET.
HouKe ou School hlrtet; parlor, goveral
lit-droom-4, kitchen, pnutry, uuthoiihoi uud
Btfthlo forunitly occupied by Hon. W. II.
Ilouge on Hobello lone, l'ftlaiuo, .1 bed'
roomu. (liuing-ioom, hltclion, baturoom,
curriiiKO hoiibe nnd stable, largo yard.
Houfco ou Young streotj )untlor, 2 bod
looms, kitchen, pantry, patent ilcsot, etc.
Lot oppoxito Lunahlo Ilouioj healthy anil
Furnished l'ooms; Piopcity in all parts
of tho city.
" 2& i Jf
shogs 3Ft$F) m y IV J
WE, RB KEADY
Mr mr nnc5S3igcy.-3rjntgagyasa euaaiixujtuLUixj.v- wa
To' supply ) our wants iu Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
nio.-t i-oiiipl-ie and choicest stock we have ever hud beforo tho
public. It mux nro in doubt as to what von would liko Io
preMiiit i. jour iriends or relations, let u, .mv yon over our
gjx.d-, ftuI j u will purely find soniothiu, .inliuuiin! and ser
viceable, th.it will gladden tho hearts or thoac who receivo them.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars an 1 Cuffa, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linen or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspenders either Silk or Cotton;
Dress Shirts, Negligee, ShirtB null Night Robas,
Stata aHi.er. Salt a-s SteVj q3 Mas niicl Soya'
Smokiuu Jackets, Punnnin Hats, PuggareoB iu many do
signs; C'o'lnr and Cuff Buttons, Bobom Studs, Sloovo
Links, 13oy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-wear Sults for Men and Boys
Vnli6os and Huud Bags, somo very nico one3 in Alli
gator; and a great many, other things.
HAHB RDA8 I-IJhJR.
Corner of Fort and Merchnnt Sts-
ltiiu'on iS'iifcs by If. S. Luce
-I W ry
j s ftj,
i ua w
? M 2 L
Q Si L t
1 am i. stnicted by Mrs. F. S.
f'rutt, to disp be of hoi "W.iikiki
Properly :-t Pe.b io Auction, at
my Salesrooms, corner of Fort
and Queen streets,
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT l OVU3CK. NOUN,
This opportunity of eouriiif; -jx
Miiguificc-iit Wil.k'ki Beach Iir.t
ia undoubtedly tho fiueut uver
ofllxed and most cortuinlj '.the
host ch.iuee to obtain a Superb
Sensido Iii'hidonce. Th. loca
tion and Bathing ino pa ox
collonco. Tho Property is thiok
ly pliiuted with well-gronri cocoa
nut and other tretbv a'nd well
coYeicd with uiniiioiuo g'rass.
Tho Propei ty has bcon wisely
divided lo suit tho roquiromonts
of any intondiug purohuber or
can be disposed, of in toto.
A Plan of sumo uuiy bo soon at
my Auotiou Room.
tie. r or
ivrts mi s
By the Miowrn thtsothcr
flny, u-o received direat from
tho fixctory, a niognifibaiib ns
smfcneufc of hVm-li Chintu.
Anions thu I wo havo two.
new stock pnttortis from which
customers ttiuy soluct either
ono jjrci' or t.ti i! zc.i. In this
way cualoiiurs may iplaco
any brunkiir, t tlio lowest
possible iv st ainl without the
uocossiU' of purchasing an
entire new set.
In tins s.uiio invuico we havo
soruo of tho most beautifully
dt? coratcd toilet slIs over shown
ir( Honolulu. These are made
of lino crockery and will orna
ment any wash stand.
A fad among Honolulu peo
ple is decorating ..'.i,, jt
the exhibition bv the pupils of
Miss French at Oahu College
short timo ago, some beau
tiful specimens, tho work of
her pupils, were shown and
will stand comparison with tho
work of professional urtists
abroad. Our stock which was
openoJ a day or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
maiiy sizes. They are mado
especially for decorating and
Von Holt Block.
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