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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 4 187.
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DANIEL, LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, MARCH -1, 1897.
Before IIouoluTu had done rub
bing its eyes this morning Wil
limn McKinloy barring the un
certainties of lifo would have
been inaugurated as the twenty
fifth President of the United States
of Ainorica. It would bo rn9h,
especially for outsiders, to mako
predictions as to the record Mr.
McKinloy will leavo behind him
four years hence. Somo idea of
his lines of policy rnay bo formed,
however, from his career
as a legislator and a Stato
governor. Tlioro wero circum
stances about his election that
ought to modify his application of
doctrines with which ho was iden
tified most promiuoutly. Al
though ho has long been kuown
as tho apostle of high protec
tion, nothing is moro certain than
that ho was not elected on any
such account. It was rather in
spite of his prominence in that
regard. Mr. McKinloy would
probably have been badly beaten
if it wero not for tho stampediug
of conservative men out of tho
Democratic party by tho startling
financial theories on which Mr.
Bryan sought election. It is like
ly that tho now administration
will attempt no moro with tho
tariff than to doctor it up n littlo
bit, with an oyo moro
to increasing tho revonuo thau
to making protection in general
higher thau it is uow. When a
candidate Mr. McKiuley was con
fronted with formor utterances of
his own on the currency question,
which made him appear not alto
gether "sound," as the Scotch
sectaries express themsolves.
Sound or not, though, there is
littlo fear that President McKin
loy will not bo straight ouough on
that question, for tho ex
pression of the national voice
thereon, while electing him, was
loud enough to reverberato
through four good years at least.
Mr. McKinley as a legislator and
a govornor was strong and steady
rather than brilliant, aud tho
same may bo expected of him as
the chief magistrate of the nation.
Nobody has been heard to sug
gest anything but a conservative
foreign policy from him. It
is tho nature of tho man, and
should tho country get into uudo
sirablo foreign complications it
would bo nurprising if tho blamo
wore his. What Hawaii may
get from the now administration
would bo of tremendous interest
for tho BuT.r.irriN rcadors to got a
horoucopo of this afternoon.
"When Mr. McKiuley's mind was
attempted to be sounded ou this
question failure was tho result.
Ho simply became a. Sphinx.
Thoro is no reason to doubt
that tho now Prosidont will
bo friendly toward this littlo
sister ropublic, and ground of
hopo is not wanting that ho may
have in mind its adoption into
the Americau commonwealth. Ha
must cortuinly havo brought his
practical mind to bear with much
deliberation upon tho Hawaiiau
It is proposed in California to
pass a law directing tho professor
of agriculturo of the University of
California to begin exporimouts
in tho inoculatiou of disease
among the animal aud insect
pests of tho State, with a view to
tho spread of contagious diseases
among them aud their gradual ex
termination thereby. Professor
Ivoobele, government entomologist
of Hawaii, has begun experiments
of tho kind mentioned.
Judge Greouoof Oakland stom
'Jy rebuked an insolvent femalo
:"ior describing a picture of tho
Emoncipotion President as one of
"Abo Lincoln" in nil inventory ol
property sho ntked to hove ex
empted, llo ordered tho title
changed to "Abraham Lincoln."
The- Jmlgo was right.
Cuban sympathy is warm in
Washington State. At an outdoor
mass mooting at Tacoma, tho Pro
mier of Spain was denounced,
thon tho Hag of Spain trailed in
tho mud and burned.
"Ol'l DA" ON IM.HIUKATION.
I'lrnd for lllltumte Itnllmi n
AHiit "Yimlh Corrnplpil mid ll-
ciidpiI by Chrip Jmirniillniit "
Washington, D. 0., Fob. l(i. -
Uudor dato of January 30, Louise
de la Ramee, tho novelist, better
known under hor uom de plume of
"Ouida," addressed tho following
letter to Secrotary Oluoy rela
j tive to the immigration bill, the
conference report on which will
coino boforo thoSeuate tomorrow:
Sir: Will you pardon my ad
dressing you concerning tho bill
which 1 see is boforo Congress in
intent to bar immigrants who
cannot read? If you excludo
Italians who cannot read you
, will Ioho tho best aud most labor-
ious part of tho population and
you will admit tuo trash of. cities.
It is not a questiou which cannot
properly bo applied to Itolians,
or, indeed, to uuy foreign people.
Why should you suppose tho
power to spell out tho crimes re
corded in corrupt nowspapus is
any gunrnuteo for cither virtup or
In Italy tho peasantry are en
tirely illiterate; yet they aro the
only class which can give immi
grants of any value. I havo had
many men in my employ, and 1
have invariably found those who
could not read ton times moro in
dustrious, temperate, intelligent
aud honest than thoso corrupted
by the trumpery "education" of
schools. I have had for twenty
years an old man (who has been
what is called the odd man in
England), and he can be sent with
fifty commissions to purchase ob
jects detailed him only orally, and
ho will oxecuto theso commissions
with no single error, either of ob
livion or of payment. Such a
man you would turn from your
shores, while you would receive
tho youth corrupted, emasculated,
diseased through cheap journ
alism, bad tobacco and the en
forced physical idleness of tho
schools. I bog you to allow mo
to remain, obediently jours,
lilt: INADOOItMION- M'lTl-.U.
A IMilliidcliihlii CHTfi' .IIi-iiii fi.r
Tell llioiiKKiitl :urt.
A Washington dispatch states
that Carl Essner of Philadelphia
will furnish the supper ut Presi
dent McKiuley's inaugural ball.
Mr. Essner expects to servo 10,
000 persons at this ball. Fully
50,000 pieces of china, 30,000
pieces of silver aud 10,000 nap
kins will bo needed for the ser
vice of tho supper. Tho supper
will cost $1, wino oxtra. Horo is
Haw ojatcra In leu,
CotiBOiumu In cups.
Drolled oytteia. Oyntera a la pouk'ttv.
Cblcken cutlets. Sweetbread pattlca.
CtiU'keu salad. I.obater ralud. Crab salad.
Tunuuo Smltliflt-Ul li.im.
(lamo tattle. UoiK-d turkey.
rate tie Ible j-raa,
Lemon ices. Itomau puncti.
Vanilla and chocolate leu cream.
Fruit. Assorted cakes. ColTec.
This mouu was considered tho
best of twenty-one that wore sub
mitted by competing caterers from
New York, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, Washington, Cincinnati and
lllll to Doatroy t'Hiitnri'4 Opium.
Washington, 1). C, Feb. 10. A
bill pussed by tho House today,
granting authority to soil opium
seized by collectors ou the Pacific
Coast, has been amended by tho
Sonato Committee on Finance and
a provision substituted, which
compels revonuo officers to des
troy tho opium whonevor cap
tured. Wo can do EnglisU and Ameri
can Shirts and Collars in white
and colors, alto a full rauge
of Underclothing in Lislo
Thread, Balbripgau, Gauzo Mori
no and Natural Wool, all of them,
offered to you at bottom notch
prices. L. li. Kerr, Quoon St.
Royal Baking Powder
From actual analysis made by me, I
pronounce the Royal Baking Powder
lo be the Strongest and Purest Baking
Powder before the public. ..
It is entirely free from alum and other
additions injurious to health.
Chemto, Sin Fnmtiteo B'tirtl tf Jfeiilth.
All other baking powders are shown by
analysis to contain alum, lime or ammonia.
Stop That Pain !
look so dfjeotcd and
Oh your head aches does
it? Well, thou we nro pleased
to know that we can assist
Wo don't ask you to re
strict yourself from eating
things thut you fool you need
and must huve. Nor do wo
say that you must take ab
solute rest and abandon seeing
your friends and indulging in
All that we advise is that
you obtain a box of the new
remedy for Headache. Its name
is HEAD1NE, a perfectly
harmless preparation put up
in powders not unpleasant to
It hns cured others and will
It is not a catchpenny pre
paration, but on the contrary
reliable and safe.
Drop into our store nnd ob
tain FJtEE OF CHANGE a
sample of Headine. A trial
will convince you.
Be suro that you do not
confound the name with that
of other preparations with
Wo are Solo Agents.
Hollister Drug Co.
A (5-roomed cottoge, stables
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wildor aveuuo. Largo grounds
well laid out and planted with
fruit and ornauiontul trees; ono
full set of furniture and cookiuu;
stove can remain in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. V. Gear,
210 King stroet.
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BIutucA rt"i -. ' " PPL.H.IOU& ' rjt niTy I j jl
I rf?TiiwrrpTPn $ v) AHD THE CANS ARE
B JPimh 4'rT SAT-y PACKED IH VtUYlARGliAND
I iffi 3E0C SPECIAL.L.V FOR 'QRANDb J
B MMg5pgure"Ty.i al willpro7e their nenr" ' IFmW ,ffV2j
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J. T. WATERHOUSE
We are expecting a large
invoice of China from the fac
tories in Franco and England.
The goods will be of the same
fine quality that we have al
ways carried in stock.
To mako room for the now
and get rid of the old we offer
at less than cost odd pieces in
French and English China.
Theso comprise Teas, Coffees,
Breakfast or Dinner Plates,
Vegetable Dishes and every
thing else in China used on
tho table. They aro not in
full sets but in odd pieces.
This is the first odd piece sale
havo held and you get a
benefit if you take ad
vantage of tho opportunity
presented. Thoro are not many
pieces, and the first customer
gqts a bargain.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tlnre will be u Bneolal Meotlncnf
o tho IClloluina Art .Leiiim TONIGHT,
X J at 7:30 o'clock lor the flection uf new
iiicinijera uml the tmnuuctlou of
other Important business.
O. W. DIOICEV,
Begins Thursday, March 4th;,'.
E- And will run Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Only. "
Ribbons, all widths, 5c. and 10c;.
Largest Reduction of the Season !
6 inch HiUbon, former price, ftr
6B1.00 now selling- at - - OC
g?s- See Show Case just inside the door. "S3
overlook the fact that
we are at all times prepared
to do your - - -
at short notice. If you
aro out of cards, don't take
tho round-about-way of get
ting them by sending to tho
Coast, but let us do your
work for you.
There's so much saving
of time, and tho cost is no
more to you. Besides we
think our work compares
favorably with any coming
from across tho ocean.
I Dinner Cards
1 can bo gotten ready
H within a fow days after leav-
1 ing the order, whilst to send
away means at least three
weoks. Isn't it better to
tfj havo us do your work for
1 you ?
Eagle -:- House
Mrs, Harry KlBnimH, - - Frap.
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INL'IXIUMI MANY....
Notice of Copartnership.
The unilorslgnpil, each of Honolulu,
In the Island of Oahli, Republic of Hu
wull,lmvBfoniu'il ucoiuruKfrHlil with
oacli other, for the purpose of carrying
mi it Commission, Rial K-talo uml
Iiiburtuiuu JSustiHM at No. 10 Queen
street, Honolulu, under the Arm name
of "Hknhy Wateioiousi: & Co."
ARTHUR B. WOOD,
HENRY WATERHOUSE, Jn.
Dated March 1, 1897. 5t8-3t
N. FERNANDEZ. -
NOTARY PUBLIC uni TYPEWRITER
OmuKt 203 Merchant street, Onrapbell
mock rear of J. O. Carter' offlto. P. O.
the Bicycling fever,, catches
you (or you cntch it) wo would
like a chance to prescribe for youj
not thnt wo expect to effect a euro,,
only to soil you a wonder in
Thin is what ono of the Hawaii
an Colh'KO hoys writes to his fath
er regarding the best whoel to buy
for his sister: "I hold tho Hamb
ler second to uouo in the country
(the U. S.), nnd if anyone cau
show a wheel which has traveled
as niuny miles us mine has with
as littlo espouse as mine I would
very much liko to boo it. Bo
sitles changing tho gear from Ci
to 70 nnd tho saddle to ono of later
pattern my entire expense for tho
wheel has been fifty cents. That
I think is a protty good record,
don't you? I am very much afraid
that my tires, tho same ones I got
on the machine, will not last mo
through tho next season. They
aro almost worn through all over.
It will cost rao from 812 to $15
to get now tires put on, hut it is
legitimate wear. I never knew a
pair of tires to wear as long and
as well as these have, considering
tho amount of trnvel. Whon you
consider that they havo trnvoled
as fur as from Cleveland, O., to
Honolulu, ovor all sorts of roads
and paths, you will seo that they
must needs wear somo."
Tho ahove opiuiou you will
find to ho tho opinion of about
every rulor of a Uambler in this
city, and there aro a lot of Humb
ler riders hero. Our troublo has
heon to get enough wheols, tho
makers not realizing that wo want
'97 stock before tho Bnow has
melted in their country. By tho
Austrnlia this weak wo received 7
ladies' wheels, and six. of them wo
havo sold. By tho Miowern mail
we ordered 20 Rurabler aud hy
this wook's mail wo aro ordering 5
more, nnd wo havo orders in for 2
Bacers, so by roturn Australia wo
will havo 27 Bamblers, and iu fut
ure we do not proposo to lose tho
sale of any wheels by not having
them on hand. Remember that
the Rambler is fitted with tho only
tiro thnt has proved entirely satis
factory in this country, tho groat
"G. & J." There aro imitations to
this tiro to bo found hore, but if
you don't find it out when you buy
them, yon will after you havo used
them a while, to your sorrow. Tho
genuine "G. & J." tire is to bo hod
only nt tho Rambler Agency, and
tlioro you cau got tho right article,
Wh3n "The Fever"
tho bioyoliug feyor
Buy a RAMBLER.
E. 0. Hall & Son
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Attention, Company A.
AitMonv Company A., K. O. II.,
IlfttOLULO, March 4, 1897. J
A Every Mcrubor of this Command la
hereby ordered to report nt tho Drill
Shed THIS (Tlnmdny) EVENING,
March 4, at 7:30 o'clook, for
White tronsow, logidnRs. bolt and rifle.
SI9 It Captain Coiuiuaiullng,
The Evciling liuUctin, 75 cents
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