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51? Euerjir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 10, 1897.
Extras oE tho Snn Francisco
afternoon papors of tho 4th hist,
contain reports of President Mc
Kiuloy's inauguration. His iu
nugnrnl address quilo agrooa with
tho forecast olsewhero given from
tho morning papors. Thero is no
reference to Hawaii, uor is thoro
reason why suoh should be ex
pected. The address is not
to Congress outlining work be
fore it, but to tho American
people defining the broad general
principles of tho now administra
tion. Prosident McKinloy an
nounced that he would, as a mat
tor of duty, convene Congiess in
special session on tho tho loth of
March to cousidor revenue neces
sities. In laying dowu a policy of
ponce, tho President says: "Wo
want no wars of conquest; wo
must avoid the tomptation of terri
torial aggression." Altogether
tho addresB is tho modest, plain
spokon expression of a man of tho
people to tho people, with quite a
pious strain of consciousness of
an individual responsibility as
groat as can bo borne by any pair
Every now and again the Ililo
Tribuuo explodes in wrath over
tho appointmontof officials in that
town by tho Govornmont instead of
being olectod by tho people of Hi
lo. Officials cannot bo elected
thoro, however, without a change
of system. Residents might if
thoy could agroo nominato them,
and then no doubt tho Govern
ment would favorably consider tho
nominations. As Hilo cannot
agioe on any question of persons,
owing to its difforent factions,
election machiuoty would bo nco
e6sary. This would be absurd in
affairs of general government and
cannot bo thought of. If Hilo
wants to rule itself and
pay for tho ruling, in matters of
police, education, sanitation, etc.,
let it have a charter of incorpor
ation drawn up and submitted,
first, to a voto of tho people with
in tho proposed municipal juris
diction and, secondly, to tho Le
gislature. Perhaps, when tho
Hilo peoplo wero brought face to
face with tho now direct taxation
municipal goveinniont would in
volve, they might conclude that it
was bettor to bo governed from
Honolulu a little while longer.
With tho coffee cleaning and
grading plants of Honolulu and
Hilo, Hawaiian coffee will go up
on tho foreign market with at
least some kiud of system. Gov
ernment inspection and ware
housing will bo necessary be
sides, if the small growers aro to
got tho best possible rewards of
their toil and money outlay. It
will not do to allow inferior pack
ings on tho market so as to pie
judico tho products of skilful cul
tivation and curing. This matter
of having an official imprimatur
on tho good colfco of Hawaii
ought to be agitated without in
termission to the end of securing
tho necessary legislation at next
session of tho Legislature.
It is nonsuuso to claim that
every official investigation or do
liboratiou should bo opou to the
public. Who over heard of tho
Attornoy General's dopaitmont
taking tho public into its confid
ence while preparing criminal
cases for tho courts ? Or of the
Executive admitting tho pross to
iU deliberations over administra
tive affairs or proposed legisla
tion ? Scrutiny of tho claims of
immigrants to laud no moro re
quires tho prosenco of reporters
than does tho inspection of a ship's
' company by thopoit physician to
obviate t tie tiskof infection there
from. It is highly gratifying to hear
ot uow investors in Hawaiian
coffoo cultivation from distant
parts oE tho American Union.
Hawaii is fast driving toward a
degreo of identification with tho
United Slates, whon it will bo a
sheer necessity for that Nation to
make a place for tho Hawaiian
star in hor flag.
From not having been signed
by President Cleveland up to 12
o'clock on tho day of his retire
raont, the Indian, Agricultural
and Sundry Civil appropriation
bills failed to become law. It was
iu tho Sundry Civil bill that tho
Pearl Harbor appropriation of
Hawaii will be a lovely island
to tako jaunts through, when tho
roads in construction are complet
ed. The planting of trees on
either sido of them, making beau
tiful avenues, now roportcd is
a work of tho most admirable
i.ATiNr roiuinJx m:w.
Continued from Jut l'mje.
way to grief, as ho said, for his
sorrowing pnreuts. Air. Don prey,
his counsel, snys Durrant is inno
cent and, if arohoaring be denied,
he will carry the caso through to
the Supremo Court of the United
States on a constitutional point
tho apportionment of jurors to
The IFmrnllnii IMi.nimi.
Irving 15. Buulloy of San Diego
is one of the most prominent of
tho candidates in opposition to
Arthur Sewall of Maine for the
Hawaiiau mission. Dudloy has
too support of California officials,
and it is thought will bo able to
show such strength that he will
socuro tho appointment he wants.
riie Autlcnl Wooden t'ruWer Miirlon
Bolow aro itoms culled from
latest Mare Island yaul notes in
Work is beiuc unshed on the
The work on tho Baltimore it,
piogiessiug satisfactorily and in
caso of omorgoney tho ship could
bo put iu shape Tor activo sorvico
in a few weeks.
Much trouble has boon expe
rienced iu obtaining crews for tho
ships going into commit'sion, as
tho number of men allowed by
law for the Navy is iuadequato to
man tho ships already completed.
Iu older to obtain n ciew for tho
Concord tho iron cruiser Alort,
which recently sailed from here
for duty in tho Sandwich islnuds,
has been oidered to this navy
yard to bo put out of commission.
She will bo relieved iu Honolulu
by tho old wooden steamer Ma
rion, which has beon on duty on
tho Contral Americau coast for
two years. This is a great disap
pointment to the crow of tho Ma
rion, who wore expecting to como.
The engineers are at work on
tho boilers of the cruiser Charles
The hull of the Banger, which
is being lobuilt hero, is soon to
bo docked for the necessary re
pairs to tho undor-water portions.
Captain A. S. Baker, who has
been for two years Captain of the
Maio Island Navy Yard, has beon
ordered to command tho battle
pliip Oiegon as tho rolief of Capt.
H. L. Hovvison, who is soon to bo
promoted to the rank of Commo
dore. The final appropriation of over
622.1,000 for completing tho Hart
ford will probably make it possi
ble to complete that ship within
the next two years, although theio
is littlo or no need for an old
woodon vessel of her class unless
sho bo used as a praociso oniisor
and gunnery training ship. Sho
will havo full sail power and a
modem battery of quick-firing
noon i'oh rificsbic.
The AVutliluirlon 4Ue Senator Ilc
clitrfN lor Iiiliuodlale .ltiiicxntloii.
Washiueton, March 2. Sen
ator -nloct Tamer of Waohington
State in an iutorviow today said:
UVKNJNQ BULLETIN, SMAROII 10, 181)7.
"Whilo I am doubtful about what
should ho noi I- in the way of Cu
ban recognition, I believe a feliong
policy ought to bo adopted when
the rights of American citizens
aro jeopardized. 1 was a Hepub
liun.ii up to tho last campaign, and
havo not abandoned tho principle
of protection which has beon
abandoned by tho Republicans,
who now favor a discriminating
tariff. I shall oxamiuo cnrofully
any tariff bill prepared by tho
presout Republican leaders bo
foro giving it my assent. I at
least will not aid Hanna iu carry
ing out his pledges to tho pto
Turner thinks Hawaii should
be annexed to thjs country with
Orili-r to Ill-ill Ullldll.v Willi Ani.'il
Positive outers havo been is
sued to the civil and military an
thorities throughout Cuba to try
with all possible hasto and in the
most satisfactoiy manner avail
ablo all American citizens who
aro now in jail, and to expel those
found guilty from the islands.
Ramon Mas, the secretary of
Costillo, the insurgent leadnr, who
is a prisoner at Sitio Escoubidio,
that tho insurgent leader
Aguirro and tho Marquis of Santa
.Lucia, rresiuout of tho (Juban
republic, both died rocently of
sickness, and that Quintin Ban
dera, ouo of tho best known of the
insurgent lcadors, died lecently
Captain General Woylor has ar
rived at Camajuiani, on tho rail
road leading to Remedios mid
Caibaren, whore he is expected to
embark on board the Spanish
oruisor Legdopi for Havana.
Tlip Ilrltli.li Nnv.v.
In tho statement of the First
Lord of tho Admiralh, G. J. Gob-
ehen, on tho navy estimates for
18D7-98 tho expenditures are plac
ed at Jzitma,vuv, oeing an in
creased of 15,000 over the last
year's estimates. Four battle
ships, threo third-class ciuisors,
two sloops, four guuboats, two
torpedo destroyers aud a now roy
al yacht will be commenced, mak
ing 108 ships building, of which
sixty-six will be completed during
tue year. There will be an in
crease of 017'J men" and 121 officers
in tho navy.
Dlntro III Npnlii.
The distress which exists in
nearly all tho provinces of Spain
among tho peaHontiy continuos to
increase. In Aragon tho peas
ants havo becomo so violont in
consequonco of privations that
tho military is obliged to escort
tho tax-gatherers. There is likely
to bo a wholesale emigration to
Biozil from the famino districts.
'i iik i:asii:iin
n M uiiiliii-,
Constantinople, March 3.
Tho note containing Salisbury's
proposition was prosented at the
1'ildiz palace yesterday ovening
by the Dragomans of tho six
powers. Tho Turkish garrison
will not be recalled from Crete
till aftor tho withdrawal of all tho
Greek soldiers and ships.
St. Petersburg, March 3. Pa
tience hero is quite exhausted
with Greeco, wIioho big words and
speoohos aro takou in tho coldest
manner. If Greeco bo wise, she
will cultivnto Russia's friendship.
At present she is incurring hor
displeasure. The Mierovoyo Ot
goloski has a strong artiole, the
substance of which is that the on
ly alliance which could smooth
ovor all differences would bo that
England join Franco and Russia.
This is noticeable us reflecting tho
expression of a largo section ot
opinion persistently heard here.
The Greek newspapors unite in
declariug that Greeco cannot with
draw her hoops fiom Oroto with
Anchored is what tho man said
when ho dropped into tho Auohor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Bocauso you can always got a
cool. refreshing drink served by
gentlemanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you will be regaled
with solids as well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at the Anchor is
said by many to be tho best in
town. The celobrated Seattlo
beer is on tap. It is sparkling
and ico cold. The finest of wines
and liquors in town aro to bo had
at this popular resort.
JffBBgf ' "" M'i.19'"
We are pleased to announce
that we have completed the re
moval of our large stock of
agricultural implements from
our old warehouse to the new
show rooms on Fort street,
formerly occupied by H. W.
Schmidt & Sons. We have
now the largest, best lighted
and moit suitable quarters in
this city for properly display
ing our extensive stock of Rice
plows, 7 sizes; Breaker plows
in 12, 14, 16 inchj Sulky Disc
Plows, Stubble Diggers, Stub
ble Shavers, Sugar Land Cul
tivators, Wheel barrows, Aspin-
wall Potato Planters, Extra
parts for all the above machines,
Aermotors, Sewing Machines,
Iron Pots and Kettles, Portable
Porcelain-lined Bath Tubs, and
a thousand and one necessary
articles for the ranch or planta
tion. In the large warehouse at
the rear of our new show
rooms we have bales and bales
of rope of different sizes, wire
fencing and screening and
such like heavy goods.
We are now in a position to
show purchasers what we have
got on hand, and shall be
pleased to escort customers
through the largest warerooms
in nonoiuiu at any time.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Cot. Berelanla and Aliikeu Sts.
Commencing MONDAY, March loth.
I'Hiully .Tliitlneo Snliirdny lit 3 i.ni.
First awl Only Appearance In (his
City oi the Worlil-famoua
Prof. D. M. Bristol
AND HIS WONDKHFUL
Performing Horses, Ponies and Mules,
The Orlislnul Eijiios-Uurrlculum.
The Lai-gent onil Best SolionI of K1
nested Horht'3. For tho Pust Ten
Years 4,A Popular aud FiVHliIonablt)
Success" in all the largest oltle of
SJB Price: Evenings 50 Cte. Re
Herved Seats, $1 00. Matinee Adults,
50 Cte. Children, 25 Ota. 653 tf
JBC.- GK BIJRT,
401 Fort Street.
Jeweler and Vatchm&er.
BJ0 Having bought out tho entire
stock ot J E. Gome I am prepared
to furnish First class Jewelry at rea
WitdunaldiK anl Repairing a Specialty.
&ir Native Work of all kinds. Also
Gold and Silvorwaro,
Orockory and Ivoiywaro,
Whito Ch-ass Cloth, Mattings,
Wioker and Steamer OhairB,
Oigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuauu Street, Ilonololu.
Real Estate and Commission Agent.
Stock IHola-r. Fire and Life In
Campbell llloek, 200 Merclmut Street.
overlook the fact that
wo nro at all times picpnred
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 the
Coast, but let us do your
work for you.
There's so much saving
of time, and the cost is uo
moro to you. Besides we
think our work compares
favorably with any coming
from across the ocean.
can be gotten ready
within a few days after leav
ing the order, whilst to send
avay means at least three
weeks. lsn t it' better to
have us do your work for
H. F. Wichman
-A. Special Brew !
Bottled by tho Enterprise Brow
ing Co. of Snn Francisco, spe
cially for Export.
The Merchants' Exohange
is tho only Saloon in town whore
this Spcoinl Brand is sold. Tho
gW" Rco illcct, this beor is
Bottlod in San Frnuo'tBco. All
tho latest Bottling Appliances are
used. One bottle will convinco
Nuuauu and King Streets.
F. H REDWARD,
Contractor and Builder.
OQlccs and Stores fitted up
Estimates glvcc on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
ST Office and Slop: No. 610 Fort street.
Rdjoliilnn W. W. Wrist's Carrlago Shop.
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In Qualify Excelled by None.
Atlantic Red Engine,
Especially adapted to Centrifu
K'l Machinery pud High Speod
For Oxhiidm, itc.
F-1 Stoam Plows.
For 0,i r Boxes, olc.
Wo carry tho following lino
manufactured by the OUVEil
BROTHERS' PLOW WORKS:
The C. 5c C. RICE PLOW,
Sizes 5 to 10 in.; made for light
cultivating and all ordinary uso.
Sizes U, 8 and 10 in.; for extra
12 and 14 in.; for bionking and
SSTThene Plows, inado ex
pressly for us, aio well braced,
strong, light, mid mo tho result of
caielul study of plantation needs.
They havo met with universal
approval wherever used.
ALSO A NEW LOT OF
Which you will find conve
nient for making quick
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