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T1IE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 81, 1898.
PviilShfd Every Day. except SunJy, l no King
tiret. Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing company.
V. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LttfJAN City E4l"or
MONDAY, OCT. 81, 1898.
Tho morning orjjnu swonra if
tbo Uuited States Special Agont
Bssamps too much authority ntul
tbcu souks to ttiko him to tnsk for
nat t iking notion on health matters
at the camp. If tho authorities
had conducted thoir business
through the Special Agont in the
fitHt place, tho chances aro a good
jjortiou of this powwow would
havo beon escaped. It is a not
rrble fact that when Goneral Mer
rinm failed to come to au under
standing with local oflicials over
flie occupation of tho Executive
building, a settlement patiffac'.ory
b both siles wns ncroinplished
finally thmuuh tho Special Agout.
In tlio present didiuulties Mr
fiewnll would be a fool to jump iu
Mid tell tho poiiplo what they
might to do. It Would bo a dis
conrtony to the local government
which no doubt our conleiufiornfy
would promptly resent and
futlheriMoro it is not what he is
born Cor. Having ncto I iib mmiu
co'flful buffer between the arm.
and the local g iveriuuout on one
occasion thero is no rensou why
ho should not be successful iu
other instances if appealed to.
two sinns to a uvkstion.
lo discusH t p
eojB it is needless
jiereoual relations -tit Col. Uarl or
with tho meinbers )f the Bomd of
Ilfnltii; that the report of the IV
Htdftnt of tho Boaul carries its own
To a certain extent this is Iron
Tho report of 1'i.ci-i lent Smith
docs carry its own urgoment hu'
we believe when tho official
military history of this nff.iir is
known, that the public will find
(hat tlioy hive ben dimming the
colonel of tho New York regiin -tit
when his ofliciHl hniidn woro niore
eocurnly :tifd than Mr. . Smiih's
brokoo fm. J
Yro do. not attempt nt this time
to excuse 'the colonel for any ou'
ironk of wrath to whioh he gave
voice, but wo believe thero have
been mistakes on both sides, and
IhM neither Col. Barber or mem
bers of tlio Board of Health should
be suhjpqted to tho eternal con
demnation of tho local pulilic. It
is; to bo b" oood that the public will
withhold its judgement until poi
Cve that tho responsibility has
been properly balanced on official
Barber and his men have been
damned right and left, when as a
matter of fact they have not beon
at tho head of military atTiirs and
hto not solely aud individually res
ponsible for tho unfortunaio clash
ing of ollieial arms of which we
have lately had an oxhibi.ion. Un
fortunately military otlieials aio
o'tiii ii lies placed io such a posi
tion that they cannot always "tell
their trouble to a policemau."
Whou accurate hiBtory is written
it will bo shown that no officer of
the New York regiment or nny
othor regiment nvikos light of
their responsibility to tho families
of thn mon iu their command or to
local public. Furthermore wo be
liovo it will bo shown that Iho local
officials unintentionally porlmps
took "too much for granted" in
dealing with some of tho officials
at tho garrison, and that the exer-
; cido oy J'h liltlo moro diplomacy
would'ilmvo rosultod in averting
, the disastora arising from personal
; ' Honolulu is prono to believe,
overyihinjr it hears as gospel truth
and will doubtless conthuo to do
: o orjt(il f omojuo gptu a dose of
military had for mouthing bear
Thoso aro tho queries whioh the
Bulletin propounds to thoso who
want to get at facts:
Did tho commaudor of tho New
York regiment immediately on his
arrival horo set liimBolf to work to
solve tho sanitary problems which
ho saw must inovitably result
from tho winter rains, em ?
Has Col. Barber stood in tho
way of instituting any reforms
which his superior officer indicat
ed advisable ?
Is thero a letter written by Col.
Barbor to this superior officer
that has nevor been spread in
public print or bofore tho Board of
Has tho commanding officor
failed to keop his officers properly
informed a9 to his dealings with
the Board of Health with the ro
suit that thero has boon unneces
nary clashing with local authori
Uiivo tlio local autuoritiPB un
wittingly placed (Jo I. Harbor in
an improper light beforo the
These aro pertinent questions
which should bo answered before
tho public prepares for o war dance
on C il. Harbor's official corpep.
Tho eiuation has been such ""it
local oflicials and tho public g u-
rally have hnd a one hided vi w
of tho nff.ir from tho start. Now
in thf intero-ts of conciliation we
would suggest that our morn
ing coulemporary ond othors
spend honiolimoin looking np tho
other fide of tho question.
Finally wo would ask in connec
t ion with tho belligerent incident
whether Col. Barber did not dis
play as high an appreciation of
tho fact that tho men had mado a
mi-irake iu nf-ing corral rock iu tho
tr ncln'8 instead of dry loam, as
nnv oilier memuers oi mo invent l
As thf situation at tho garrison
in f.tst improviup, tho cIibucb are
that mnt'ora will run smoothly
fiomuownu. What U dono can
not be undone Tho United Stall s
niniv'srespoutibility will bo pro
perly placi-d in Washington. But
it is certainly in thn intoresls of
ftitiuo peaco and good will that
the commaudor of the local garri
.no t-lmutd n it placed in a more
improper light locally than he i- at
Washfiigti n wfit ra tbo; fall official
ito y will bo laid npn.
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fie basis of tho bubinets as it
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Since tlio appropriations wore laid
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The last cars of tho King street
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trlf of Troopiblpg.
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