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HONOLULU, H. I.,
Pjbllihtd Every Day, except Sundi, t tts Klnjr
street, Honolulu, II. I., ty th
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON.
TUESDAY, DEO. 13, 1898.
hah iintniti: ami aftimi.
"As a mcrabor of tho family of
nations, wo must declnro our noai
tion, becnuso we nro a maritiino
Stato. As a mmtral stnto ehe
(Hawaii) should follow, in dun
tune, tho example of other mmtrnl
staten, and proclaim her neutrali
ty. Such a proclamation would
ivquiro tho BonniuRto'i to leavo
this port within 21 hours, just as
the Portugui'so required the
Spiuiah iloi't to leavo St. Vincent
at onco. Should the Bennington
refueo to go, wo could not Lolp
ourselvos, but would show an
houost neutrality." Platform on
which tho Dole party sought to
tur i Hawaii over to tho enemies
of ilio United States. And now
propose? hn shall bo appointed
guemorof American torritory.
"I'.ut without any words from us
or nuy psaornuccB from our Qov
on.nioiit, notwithstanding the
pn4uro to which it has beeu sub
jected, tho bravo littlo Hawaiian
Government, loving America bet
ler than Spiiu and confident in
the ju-tico of tho great Amorieuu
people as a child trusts its father,
remaius uuchauged in its pur
pose." Platform on which the
annexation resolution passed Con
"Tho Hawaiian Islands should
be controlled by tho United States
and no foreign power should be
permitted to intoforo with them."
Platform of Republican party
on which President McKiuley vnb
elected, aud tho fulfilment of
w!n h tho Dole party sought to
prev nt, by a declaration of ueu-trulliy.
"Onr Govorument, after duo
deliberation, abaudoned its nou
trnlity m the Spauish war, with
out any provocation from Spain,
not on a complaint on oithcr
side It simply broke its
contract with Spaiu. Its de
fense is that it did only that
which (Jreat Britain has douo re
peatedly, and that it closely fol
lowed tho United States in its
practice of breaking treaties with
the I udiaus." Official statement
of the motives that finally led the
Dole party to abandon its disloyal
"No li'ioral Americanism; no
American immigration laws; no
American tariff laws; no Amori
can shipping laws; no breaking of
the ollicial compact but tho otfioos
for ourbo!vo." Platform of tho
Dole partv after nuunotiou.
for oursolves." It slides, cavorts,
nnd jumps away from facts
aud finally takes refugo in bold
typo to display tho declarations of
party platforms, conveniently for
getting Owner Thurston's state
ment at tho Sharpshooters ban
quet "Wo oro not Republicans or
Democrats. Wo want to remain
Tho Advertisor draws down the
ourtaiu or would like to draw it
on tho following Dole party arlte
That tbo President, two mem
bors of tho Cabinet, tho Chiof
Justice, and a very largo numbor
of the leading officials of tho Gov
ernment, woro born and have al
ways resided in Hawaii; aud that
the other members of tho Govern
ment aro, almost without excep
tion, old residents; while, without
exception, tho members of the
Government aro tho loading busi
noss and professional raou of the
country; who havo temporarily
taken on the cares of public office
until tho Government can bo es
tablished on a permanent basis,
when Ihey will only too willintjly
hand over its conduct to others
It would seom sufficient to meet
the charge that they aro adveu
hirers Booking their own private
benefit, to show that thoy aro, by
ovory means within thoir power,
advancing a treaty which by its
terms will legislate them out of
Tho olllcial organ studiously
avoids any further coutrovorsy
that shall draw out, President
Dole's plea beforo tho Commis
sion that tho full cabinet bo re
tained in office, because it hud
boon of such remarkablo assis
tance to him. It nlso avoids tbo
fact that when thol'resident and his
Cabmot woro calloJ upon to legis
late themselves out of office by
making an alliance with tho Unit
ed States, they hesitated and list
oued willingly to tho omissaries
of the ouomy. It wants to draw
tho curtaiu on past and presont
cowardly inconsistencies. It
heralds tho cry "Hawaii for tho
Qawniiaus" and sneaks behind tho
sceues wnon tuo ecuo or. fncts
comes back "and the offices for
Ti:ilM OF IIKSIDKN'CII
IMH'.HVr WANT lJISCl SSION.
Well may tho Advortisor now
say that nil its campaign talk is
'osake bolievo." It snonks to tho
funny btor corner with tho usual
alacrity of tho song and danco nr
fist, and tuys: "I can't nnswer your
questionH, tho answer would bo too
daiuugiug to my constituents, and
besides 1 am only a puppet that
dances a funny jig when tho offici
als i nl! the titling!)."
It is indeed timoly that tho offi
cial org in should suggest ringing
down tin curtain on tho cowardly
recoid of duloyalty, aud continu
ous inconsistent notion that baa
porvuded i's columns. Tho Ad
vortiiT finds that tho facts of po
litical history hero will load its
candidate I'rosidont Dolo to otorn
al political damnation beforo the
American poople, and now asks
that ill- public allow it to with
draw fi mi furthnr political (lis
eii' o. It 'Irops tho cry of "no
one tit t j g'vorn," when brought
face t taca with tho faot that its
owuei'riory ''Hiwnii for the Ha
wsiian" miuply ineaus "tho offices
In viow tho desire of presout
Government officials to hold sway
uuder the new territorial govern
ment of Hawaii, it is interesting to
uote tho conditions in tho Fedoral
territories in 1897.
Indian torritory has fivo judgos,
only one of whom was appointed
from residonts of tho territory.
This one is a native and lato resi
dent of Mississippi. Tho two
judges for tho northern district
are from Illinois.
Tho chief justioo of Now Mexi
co was appointed from Wyoming.
Iu Alaska tbo district attorney
was from Washington and tho
United States marshal from Idaho.
Diotrict of Columbia Court of
Appeals; tho ohief justico is from
Maryland and of the two r.ssociate
justices ono is from Texas.
It would be interesting to know,
in viow of appointments made
by local officials, what term of
residenco th'o Dolo party consid
ers necessary for a bona fide rest-
deuce. Its appointments have
shown that they aro satisfied with
any rccont arrival who is willing
to knuoklo to tho campaign cry
"Hawaii for Hawaiians and tho
ofiiceB for oiireolvuB." Tho offioial
organ wishes to draw the curtain
on this phaso of tho question.
Not Much MaUrla.
Dr. Hoffmann, in a bacteriologi
cal examination of tho blood of
ono hundred fovor patients, found
tho gerniB of malaria in but three
samples. Another local physician
says thero is little or no malaria
in Honolulu. Besides tho fore
going proof of not more than
throe porceut in fever aarfesho
asserts that only a small propor
tion of fovors hero respond to the
approved treatment for malaria.
Tomorrow evening Co. G, N. G.
H., will havo a presentation of tho
Foreign Office trophy won by tho
compauy in marksmanship. Thoro
will bo high jinks.
Tuuisncui.osiq in catti.i:.
Action li Taken t Prevent the Impor
tation of InlCcteil Anlinxli'
The Minister of tho Interior to
day issued notice, to bo given
through tho papers, that on nnd
aftor this dato all neat cattlo im
ported into tho Hawaiian Islands
shnll bo subjected to tho test for
tuberculosis, by and under tho
supervision of tho boird of in
spectors of animals at tho port of
This action is taken under tho
lnw roqarding contagious diseases
of animals which gives tho Min
ister of tho Intorior nuthority to
mnko regulations. It is deemed
of no use for tho Board of Health
to go round slaughtering cattle for
tuberculosis if infectod animals
aro allowed to bo imported right
The board of inspectors for tho
port of Honolulu are: J. 11 Shaw, I
V. S , executive; W. T. Mousarrat,
V . S., and W. H. HoogB.
To Konn to Work. I
Ohfts. Hnll of H. Hackfold k
Co. left for Kailua, Konn, in the
Mauna Lou this foronnoc Ho
goos thero to work in tho Hack-
fold store unrtor iur. (Jasloutlyk,
who is now mnuager thero. Mr.
Hall goes for two months. At i
tho ond of that time, ho may be ,
givon orders to stay longor.
To Awnlt Ilvclilon. i
This forenoou, niuo Chinamen
wero brought ashore from tho
quarautino station and placed in
tho lockup nt the police station to
await tho decision m tho habeas
corpus case now iu the Courts.
I wo boats and a polico olhcer
woro required to briug tho men
and their effects ashore.
Wo nro now opening a line of
Comprising Iluggy, Killing,
Jockey, Kngllsh Croiw,
Dog Snnko, Hawaiian, etc., etc.
In Wlialotiono, Malacca, I'nglisli Holly,
Straight Holly, Itauiililo.
Cull nnd got tho ilrst choice
.". mu t a' i" .".
i inu iwdguiaiiuii
$ Supplies a
i mem ran ui inu
fx Pleasures of
In no case is this so well il- rt
lustrated as in the fact that i
many men will pay outrag- j!i
eously high prices to have "'
their clothes made to meas- fl)
tire because they imagine f
they get a sort superior to
ready made. So they do,
unless they get the famous :!:
Sten-Bloch clothes, every "'
garment of which bears the ?t
These clothes please the n
imagination and insure, the i
sense of being well dressed, jji
and save one-half the price W
which one would pay to a (f
merchant tailor. M
Will you have a look at m
We are Offering,
Just the thing for Brightening up your Homes.
Christmas to many means New Curtains. We have
them in all qualities,
from $1.25 up to $20 per pair. We are showing
tSOME SWELL PORTIERESsFp
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited,
STHE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 !
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 3 16 Fort St.
T. "V. IvIlVG-, Lobhoo
these clothes to-day ?
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Dec. 13, 1808.
V FIRST-CLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment I
Uy tho Clovorest ArtUta of tho Ray,
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ti vyii luu MUIiltail nv Olll.ll luvuouu itiiuu tub UI XttUi OdVILR IC
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; in oujuwiiii. i-ji!jiuii3 uiiu iiujvjj uivivia. which win iiiiiku
Christmas Vehicles !
snltnUo ChrlRtnmH Gifts.
Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
VV. W. WBIGIIT, Prop'r.
1034 FORT STREtTT. AHOVn IIOTKr
We are open
day and night.
There will be no
band of music to
draw the. crowd
this year. Do not
let any thing,f act
hinder you from
seeing our im
display of Holi
n i n ni i
Kfin v I An lunoi inn o
liuauj iui iiiilullll
If you aro, you want to
call at The Kash, 0-11 Ilotol St.
Just oponed up tho most
Comploto Lino of Smoking
Jackota ovor oxhlbltcd on tho
Muiicla, $0.50 to $10 In au
ondloss varloty of colors.
Nock tlos or any othor
kind of tlos.
NUW SONGS I NEW DANCES I
ALL STAR PERFORMERS,
Reserved Soats on Halo at Pacific Cyclo
A. Manufacturing Co. 'a.
Poors opon at 7:30.
Performance at 8.
Resorvod Chafra, CQe; gonoral ad
mission, 25o. 1085
American Moseengor Service
Mnsouio Toinple. Tolophono
The People's Store.
Von Holt Block, King street
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. E. CIIAMRERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, h. I.
Honolulu MessongerSorvico do
livorfl messngoa and packages.
Clothing for Mon;
Clothing for Roys
Clothing for Chlldron.
lints tho same.
Shirt Waists, Golf Shlits
and all othor kinds of Shirts.
9 Hotel Street
: f ayerloy Bloc)
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a Llnen-Meah)
uuuerwear. oonii tor uaiaiogue. i
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070. kl
fine 5ea bathing and mountain
A HEALTHFUL SPOT CLOSE TO THESE
All Trains la anJ from Honolulu I "GH .
Scop it tho Hotel -M 1
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