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vKMNt. lil I.I.KT1M. FEBRUAKY 8. I7.
r5l?j Euei?ii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1897.
Ewn. Ftnntntiou Company rathor , Editoii Bulletin: As there
apoiU tho old saying that "corpor- aro many couflictiug rumorB and
tious have no souls." Its starting statements in circulation iu refor
of a fren kindergarten on the estato onco to tho awarding of tho con
is a refreshing instance of bonev- tract for tho now Firo Hall, it is
olonco on the part of a money
making concorn. It is all very
Tkoll for Mr. Alhortou to claim that
tlm futuro mcrcaso of dividends
was in viow, but the public will
likely prefer to regard this as a
happy after thought. All tho same,
it is a consideration well worthy
of boing a cause of reflection to
other pbiuting companies. There
lit no doubt thut institutions for
the cultivation of intelligonco and
good mannorsliavo a strong reflex
action upon ovory community in
which they aro established. Thoy
promote ft mutual respect botweon
employers and employod for tho
rights of oach other, besidos en
hancing the valuo of the labor
through brightened mentality and
improved conduct generally.
Hon. Faul Isonbcrg has con
oluilod a visit to his onco adoptdd
hotm, which has resulted in a
great addition to tho sugar indus
try in this island of Oahu. No
body rau point a detracting finger
rt him on the score of his being a
aon resident, when, in addition to
the immense interests ho alrondy
cfwuH in the country, ho tnkta the
leadiiic pitrtin establishing anoth
er vast sugar ostate to increase
(he wealth producing capacity of
flie group. Tho confidence thus
cliown by hucIi an acknowledged
muster of-affairs in tho futuro of
thri islands no matter for the
fitzi thut soroens their political
destiny oannot buthavoa power
fullj li.-neliuinl effect all along tho
Hue of Hawaiian prourcss.
Tiiunkrt to tho colonial govern
whuU whoso liberality gives the
ohiff maintenance to two stoamor
Hues between their countries and
the Pacific Coast of North Amer
icu. Honolulu is likely to have a
tpultir fortnightly mail service to
the American continent and Eu
ropuventirely apart from the local
Sfnu Fniiioisoo steamer and the two
jfreut Chinese linos. When the
third steamer is put on the C. A.
8. Line, iu two or throe mouths,
tliw nrrangemout iB promised. It
wdl with the othor mail service
mentioned givo us weekly mail
communication, at least on the
Aa the result of sovoral meet
ings of bioyclo enthusiasts, con
vened to disousB tho advisability
of purchasing from Charles Desky
ground for a bioyole track at Ke
walo, tho following committee was
selected to float the Btock and ex
ecute other preliminaries: Alfred
W- Cartur, chairman, W. F. Allen,
A. B. Wood. Oscar White and W.
W. Harris. Now everybody is
waiting, for tho committee to move
in the mutter. Prompt action will
BPuuro the track in timo for opeu
iljg the ensuing season.
Oahu it goiug to bo ft heavy
loer for -vory year it has to wait
for the extension of the railway
the rost.of tho wuy urouud tho isl
and. It has three largo new plan
lotions to hIioh- for tho part of the
line constructed, and thero is no
doulit that an equal degieo of
d. vnlopiu ut would speedily fol
low the completion of the roud.
It is voiy pleasiug to notice that
Mn1 Anglican Church Chronicle
arl vnentes a "hospital for incura
Bins, especially for consumptive
patientK," in its issue of even dale
with that of the Bulletin in
which practically tho samo thing
whs urged. Keep tho ball rolling.
Evidence is ncoumulating that
tub Sun Francisco Chroniolo, in
Hr nntngnuisni to annuxntion nnd
ovurythiug llnwiuiuu, docs not
ropreBOut tho public ojmiiou of
tho peoplo of tho Pacific Coast.
THIS linK HAt.I.roNTIIOT AWAItD.
duo to tho public uud
tho Government itself that an
official oxplauution be publicly
I given at tho oarliest opportunity.
i low aro willing to credit tlio
statomout mado in a daily pnper
recognized us an offioiul orgnii,
thut the contract was given to a
contractor whoso bid for tho woik
was nearly $2000 higher than
several others under In in simply
because he offered a samplo
of stono pronounced to be better
than the samples submitted by
his competitors. I shall not, iu
tho absence of an official explana
tion, discusB tho merits of tho
caso, or at least I fi'el that tho
Cabinet should bo given a reason
able timo to make a state
ment. In countries whero
the membora of the government
arc required to give an account of
their stewardship to parliament
once a year, and to the people
every four or five years, taxpayers
have not as a rule much cause for
suspicion or to fear that tho pub
lic business is uot being conduct
ed on strictly business lines,
but under existing conditions iu
this country it is not to be
expected that the taxpayers will
viow with implicit confidence any
action of the executive involving
a litrt'o expenditure of money thut
does not bear on the face of it en
tire absence of questionable cir
uuniHtauueH. The usual object in railing for
tenders for a public work is to
guarantee the community ayainKt
jobs and favoritism. SpeoitiuatioiiH
setting out the quality of
woikinauship and material to
be used are submitted
for the guidance of thoin who de
sire to submit prices. If tho cou
tractor who puts iu the lowoat of
fer can give iwumit for the faith
ful perfoi muuee of his coutraut mid
will sign an agreement embodying
the specifications, that should de
uido tho qiHbtinn. It does uot
matter whore he gets liix materi
als so long as he complies with
the working specifications.
In tho case iu point I cannot
but believo that the Exooutivo
has been misrepresented and that
a uatirtfactoiy explanation will bo
forthcoming. A Mechanic.
rjji on niiin.
Among tho humorous memories con
nected with English judges is ono of
Justico Byles and his horsu. Tills emi
nent jurist was woll known iu his pro
fession (or his work ou "Bilh," and as
this gavo a flno opportunity for allitera
tion his associates vcro accustomed to
bestow the uauio ou tho horse, which
was hut a sorry steed.
"Thero goes Bylea on Bills," they
took pleasuro in Baying, and as the
judgo rodo out every afternoon tlicy in
dulged daily iu tlioir littlo joke. But
tho truth was that tho lior.so had anoth
er name, known only to tho master and
his man, and when a too curious client
inquired as to tho judgo'n whenubout
he was told by tho Borvant, with a i-lu.ii
conscience, that "master was exit oi
Business." Youth's Companion.
Courier! ud Interpreter In Spain.
On tho platform wo wore stopped,
first by hotel touts, who told us iu bad
French that wo must go with thorn, and
then by interpreters, who said that thoy
could speak German, which was of no
possiblo uso to us, or English, whioh wo
could hear was no more fluent than our
Spanish, and porters, who fought to
carry our bags, and customs officers,
who wanted to look into them, uud of
courso tho most hideous of beggars. J.
got rid of tho customs ofllcor, and wo
went outsido to find a hotel coach for
oursches. As wo did so thero mounted
to its front heat tho most odious of tho
Interpreters, sweet and euiilitiR, nnd no
doubt later at tho Konia ho olaimed a
fco for liavliiR captured uh. Elizabeth
Robins IVnnel m C't tun-.
It i understood then is trouble
ahead about tho inscription on the
wide.li prpenroil to Colonel Mc
Lean on Saturday evening. On
the front en'-o was engraved the
words; "Find ltegimont, N. G. H.,
to Col. ft. H. McLean, Jan. 22,
1897." A prominent officnr said
this mnriwip that it waB not a
regimoutal affair hut only a pri
vafo ono, nnd he proposed to find
out who authorized the insorip
MeohnnioV R. me, corner Hotel
a ud N'Mnn" fit-Hits, odginp by
day, wol or month TeneH. 25
a'l'l SO cents nor mgnt. 1, and
$1 25 nor week.
is im:ur. a hivjmont
Mm CmIiIiipI Snlil In llin'cr ou All
It is currently reported about
town this morning that thoro is a
difference of opiuiou ntnong tho
mombors of tho Cabinot oil annex
ation matters. Whilo tho Cabinet
is a unit on annexation as a policy,
it is said that two of the members
of the Exeputive Council -diffor
from the othor threo on tho ques
tion whether Hawaii shall seek
unconditional annexation or
whether Uncle Sam shall bo ask
ed to take Hawaii into his family
under cortaiu conditions. Acoord
ing to street talk today President
Dole, Minister King und Attorney
General Smith nro open advocates
of the proposition to accept an
nexation iu any form it can bo ob
tained, while on tho other hand
Ministers Cooper and Damon
think that the ndvuulugca Hawaii
has to offer entitle it to iraposo
certain conditions and restrictions
in the event of annexation; one of
these being that all Federal npy.
poiutments to bo made by the
PrCaidout of tho United States for
tho torritory of Hawaii must be
from bona fide citizens of tho isl
ands. Owing to the lateness of the
hour at which the above rumor
leached this office, it was iinpossi
bio to see any of tho Ministers
A prominent government offioinl
who was seen about tho above 6id
he understood there had been a
division in the Cabinot, but that it
had been fixed up prior to the dn
parture of General Hartwoll. Tho
dis6uutiug portion of tho Cabinet,
to use hiR expression, had beeu
whipped into hue, but upon being
asked which was tho dissouting
portion ho said he could uot say.
NUNDKI MORNING PIKE.
Oeorga Contain n Nnrmwljr Ke
cupee II-InK Uiirned.
George Coutumanos of the Cali
forma Fruit Market hud a narrow
escape ou Sunday moruiug. He
has been quite ill for some timo
and on Saturday night he and his
wife retired very eurly. About 1
o'clock his wife uot up and warm-
'ed Home milk on a coal oil stove
in an adjoining room. After the
milk was heated she turned the
wick of tho oil stovo low down
but did not blow out tho expiring
Uame. After giving hor husband
the milk, she retired to rest again.
Some minutes afterward sho
was awakoued by the crackling
of flames in the rear room and
found that portion of tho house
on fire. She awakened her bus
baud, who was so weak from ill
ness and excitement that ho had
great difficulty in 'getting out of
tho house, and with their child
and tho fow clnthos they had on
they took refugo at a neighbor's.
Th" alarm wit turned in, but by
tho timo tho department roaohed
tho houso, which is situated on
Liliha street betweon Sohool nnd
Kuakini, and a loner distance
back from the street, the roof had
Chief Engineer Hunt investi
gated the affair this morning and
has no doubt the fire was caused
by tho oil stove.
The Amusement Company.
Robert Scott, promoter of the
Honolulu Amusement Company,,
informs tho Bulletin that ho has
obtained tho full numbor of ono
hundred BUbsoriberB to tho stock.
Next in order is a mooting of the
stockholders to oleot officers, es
pecially n treasurer to take care
of the thousand dollars of capital.
The money will bo deposited in a
bank, while efforts nro being mado
to got a good company down from
the Coast, for the first season nt
tho Opera Houso under the aus
pices of the company. Mr. Scott
deserves credit for the energy ho
has displayed and tho quiok suo
cess gaiued for his scheme.
F"ttee In. he'ebv given that one
WhllH Mare hrauilHil "A" on the left,
neck, lilaok npnt on knevs of the foro
Ifgs anil hlutl leitn; also ono Bay Colt
without brand, wlilt spot nu the fore
lio-iil, two fore legM bluett, one loltliiud
leg white anil the left lilnd-loit black,
1 ave lietin impnutuled iu the Govern
meiit Pnuml at Maklkl, Honolulu,
anil If until fatrayi are not claimed and
nil iioiiimI rlmriroi sutl-fled on or be
torn Saturday, F'brury 20, 1897, at 12
o'ulnoh tin 'ti the i-uui" will u Hoht ou
i hat duto anil hour to Hi" hlxhest
hl.hler. K. KR1CUKN15,
Honolulu, February 8, 1897, 628 8t
HOW TO KEEP GOOL IN
During this sultry variable
weather, so productive of
moist shirt collars and limp
! neckwear, the mind naturally
reverts to something cool and
(refreshing. It is not every
one that can afford one of the
! handy refrigerators so much in
I vogue, but an ICE CHEST
i which is just what its name
implies is within the reach of
most people. We carry them
in four sizes, They are cheap,
economical, handy and dur
able, and we have just received
a fresh invoice of them.
We have also a new con
signment of the ALASKA
REFRIGERATORS in five
sizes, at greatly reduced prices.
They are charcoal lined and
are the best in the market.
We have also the NOVEL
TY CIRCULAR REFRIGE
RATOR. It is made of metal
throughout, is handsomely
painted, has adjustable rotary
shelves which can be raised or
lowered at any angle, will hold
more ice and more meat or
provisions than aay ordinary
refrigerator and takes up less
We have also a fresh invoice
of handsome painted AGATE
LINED WATER COOLERS,
suitable for hotels, offices and
For families we have the
natural stone GATE CITY
FILTERS in all sizes.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STHKET.
Straw Hat Ghat
FOR ONE WEEK.
Wonderful, tho stylo
and onmtort lacked together
Some men are Just stubborn
enough to look Into their
five-dollar derby for the
label and then think of a
Htraw bat. If the label leads
you no nearer the batter than
a thought, yon are a couple
dollarrt In, provided your
thought lcaJa you here.
All the batters' styles and
some of our own.
Price, all our own
For the Week Only
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCflCy BlOCfc
Real Estate Broker.
209 Morchant Street.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
House oa Borettmia street, near Fiikoi
street j 4 rooms, diuing-room, kltchon, bath
room nnd an ompty lot to keep a horsn.
House ou BeUuul street; parlor, sevorul
b(lroouiB, kitchen, pantry, outhouses and
stnbltf formerly occupied by lion, V. It.
House on Itobello lane, Falaraa, 3 bed
rooms, dmtng-room, kitchen, bathroom,
carriage house und stable, largo yard.
Lot opposite Lunalilo Home; healthy and
Furnished Itoomsj Property In all paita
of tho city.
GRIMM AND SHARPENIM OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Richards Btroets,
fgy" Sharpens Tools owl Cutting Knives,
Urlnds Surgical Iuitrumeuls to Order, Files
Saws, etc., etc. 4W-M
I III 4
C7 SH0S IlTwJ )M y IV)
rfrA f(hd Jrs Jt
The MaDofactnrers' Shoe
All Colors! All Patterns!
4"7 inches ixi . '?7'ic3.'tlx
FOR THIS WEEK!
fmpyi oi1 ff AsmoN,
FortStreet, H onolu n .
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handlo. Whilst tho holidays
have mado groat gaps in some
lines, most of oar lines will
still bo found very com-
floto, notably that of Watches,
r takes a good many sales to
make an impression in our
stook, we carry so many.
Watches for $3
For men and boyB, and
Watches for $300
For thoso with a longer
purse aud uu inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
"We want to add you to our
list of pleased watoh customers,
no matter how little or bow
rnuoh you lmvft lo spend for tho
purpose. Wo have the goods,
and our many years of experi
ence will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
' STOCK OF
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOB THE ABOVE TOUT ON
Wednesday, Feb. lOth,
AT 4 O-pLOOK p. m. "
The undersigned aro uow prepared to
issue Through TiokoU from this City to all
points iu the United Btuten.
. BTFor further' particulars regarding
Freight or Tassnge, apply to
Wm. a. IRWIN & On., L'd,
023-81 General Agents.
For Sale !
Small Bonabe Cocnanutx ready
for trauaplontliif. Apply to
W. E nOVELL.
Money to Loan.
$85,000 to Loan
On Approved Security. Apply to
A. V. OtJAH,
210 King street.
Residence at Waikiki,
Furnished or Uiiltirnlslioil.
519-lw W. O. PFiACOCK.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OrricBi 208 Merchant Btroot, Campbell
Block rear of J. O, Cutter' office, l O.
With Board, for two gentlemen.
Apply ut Bulletin Oilloo. 616 lw