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BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. H PARR1NGTON EJIIor
DNiri. ICX5AN City EJIlor
TillUtSDAY, DEO. 15, 1898.
I'LATrORM ON WHICH THE DOLE
PARTY SOUGHT TO TURN HAWAII OVER
TO TIIF ENEMIES OF Till: UNITED
STATES, AND NOW PROPOSES HE SHALL
111" APPOINTED GOVERNOR OF AMERI
CAN TERRITORY. "As a member of
the family of nations, .we must
deJ.ire our position, because we are
a maritime State. As a neutral state
he Ml wall) should follow;, In due
timo. the example of other neutral
st.it.-. mJ proclaim her neutraity. Such
a pro. I im.itlon would require the HennliiR
ton t.i l-.ive this port wlthlij 24 hours,
just as the Portuguese required the Spanish
llrct to leae St. Vincent at once. Should
th? B.-npiiiRton refuse to ro, we could not
help ourselves, but would show an honest
nsutMlitv." From the Advertiser of May
Ft-ov, the speech of Congress
man HlTT AND PLATFORM ON WHICH
0Vi!l:S PASSED THE ANNEXATION
RESOLL.ION "Hut without anv words
from us or any assurances from our ()o
ernuift. ncitwIthstandlnR the pressure to
wliu.i it lias been subjecteJ, (he brae
litll- H iv. .lil.in Govemment, lining Ame
ri... b-tter than Spain and umtident in the
jnst.ie of the Rreat America ieople as a
cliil I tiiwts its father, remains unchanRed
In 1 ; ur,ioe." ,
AX AlVi:ilTIHi:it IMIAli
On Julv 2J, 189S, the nffichil orRan of
the II. v.iiian Government expressed the
follow ' it -dltiiri.il opinion under the cap
t.mi. "APPOINTING ri-RKITORIAL OFIT-CI-.Hv.'
" I he rule" (of appointing federal
ofliwcrs from .intone territorial resident;.)
"is .W hard and fast, and in this case,
sho i'd in't perhaps, be applied for a num
brr 1 if E"'d reasons."
Tin1 ottiuitil orenn says it lias
no; t-t.pi'Oil political discussion
but will follow tbo Bulletin.
Ti.m U t ind friends. "We arc
plenmd t noto your realisation
tbut th Bulletin leads and the
The litllo kuot of philosophers
who nre (unking petnlnut opposi
tiou to "inipormlism" their latest
hubby limo uotbiug to encourage
them . -pt thoir own convictiou
tb'.t tin-, tiro beings superior to
tlm mcrwiieliniut! sentiment of
tbp " 11 riy. Now York Sun.
'Th.' So ib of Calfiinity" is the
latest ikI lit'ou to tho A B. 0. bo-
ciftipq of IIouolulu. All Amer
ienns who distrust tho honor of
tbef- line mxl nre ready to belittle
the Am -i in peoplo aro eliuiblo
to iiii-m' i-ritip, nnd tho Advertieor
accents tin position us official
org-.u of tlio Beet.
"The hi-ioiy of tho Inst 300
yi'iitt. hiw conclusively shown Hint
(ol'.-ii'il iivnrntncuts nloue can
retnin pe-uinnent control of
foreign inn-U-ta. I nrn a firm bo
liever tluit it will be in our power
to instill th' principles of Ameri
can uiviliK.tim in tho pooples of
the Phdip. linos." Geuoral Joe
'Tis tail that many requests
have ben . inndo at Washington
that Pro-tideut MoKiuloy design
ate July !7 mi a national holiday
to celobrat.' iho recout expansion
policy. This has caaaod the nnti-expatision-its
lo trot out thoir
bogey men, and Carl Schurz and
his uiUEwii up friends to set tho
griditon of .Imloyalty sizzling.
After hnv ng been given an all
round Hpaijkiuu tho childish Ad
vertiser bn-k-i into nnothor corner
and yolls, "i'ah, yah, yah, coon
cnt, eoon en " It is not and has
not beo 1 Ui 1 olioy of this paper
to drop to 1 ho cowardly, dobaBod
Advortiser plana of personalities.
AVeofomriJ appreciate tbut the
Advortiser i smarting undor a
personal ti king-to, nnd so far ns
tho Bulletin is concornoJ our
contomporar. shall have full
ewiug to dam itsolf in porsonol
Tho con 'uxi.ma of our corres
pondent V ) Cross regardinp
the use of Hawaii's mountain
streams sho ' 1 interest tho busi
ness community. Cheap produc
from tho npponrnnccs, reductions
must bo looked for in othor lines
thnu labor. Thousands of dollars
nro being burned in conl, when
thousands of tons of unharnessed
onergy nro running to wnsto in
mountain streams. What tho in
dustrial adaptation of electricity
hasdouo'in other portions of tho
world can be dono in Ilnwnii.
llnwnii'8 popular npprovnl of
tho Itopublicnu policy of expan
sion finds recognition in tho de
mands of tho American Penco
Commissioners nt Paris regarding
tho Caroline islands. Thcso isl
ands had beou practically forgot
ten, till tho Hawniinu Board for
warded its memorial to Commis
sioner Fryo. The demands inndo
by tho Americans moan tho free
dom oE Amorican liberalism in
islauds thnt hnvo furnished uinny
a dark chapter of Spauish rule
nnd an unfortunnto chapter of tho
Cloveland administration. Yet
tburo o.ro weak minded would bo
Americans iu Hawaii who curse
tho policy of President McKinley
that nobly and honestly nssumes
tho ro'ponsibilitios of tho hour.
Till: .NOT NOM1XATKII CAMIlltATi:.
President Dolo says regarding
tho governorship: "It would be
out of phico for me to nominate
myself for tho position and work
for my appointment." This state
ment is almost pitiful, demonstrat
ing as it does tho nbsolute dissolu
tion of Prssidont Dolo's local sup
port for tho highest executive po
sition of tho territory of Hawaii.
President Dolo is careful not to
deny ho is n enndidnto nnd recog
nizes tho wisdom of local people
expreseiug thoir proferenccs.
But no ono has nominated him for
tho positiou and he cannot nom
Nothing that has been put in
print brings out nioro clearly tho
damnnblo cowardice, tho political
backbiting nnd chicanery of tho
small coterio of timo serving office
seekers who profess to be Mr.
Dole's friends. Having lost tho
support of tho rank and filo of tho
annexation party who opposo him
honestly nnd 011 principle, Air.
Dole finds himself iu tho hands of
solf-soeking politicians who damn
him with faint praise nnd in pri
vate conversation mnko him per
sonally nnd his capacity for hold
ing executive office tho sub
ject of vulgar, low lived
buffoonery. Thoso men who
pose as Mr. Dolo's friends when
iu his presence, stab him in tho
back personally and politically
whon out of his hoaring. "With
such a friend wielding tho oditori-
al pen of tho Advertiser, it is
easy to explain why Mr. Dolo re
mains nn not-nominated candidntc.
Tho official organ simply throws
mud at Mr. Dolo's opon opponents
to satisfy n personal enmity against
loyalty to Amorican principles.and
to distract attention from its own
woak and intriguing neutrality to
wards Mr. Dolo.
What do you want in tho wine
or liquor lino for the holidays ?
What kind of liquor do you liko
best to lubricate the turkey or
joint ? Onmara & Co., Port street
havo just recoived choico brands
of Port, Madiera, Sherry, Muscat,
Uoisling, Uerko mm liock put up
in assortments to suit. Thoy
hnvo a iiuo lino of Amorican nnd
European brandies nnd whiskies.
Among thoir finely selected stock
is gonuino port nnd sherry from
Portugal; goods fit for connois
seurs, nyo, nectar for Jupitor.
Thoy also hnvo nle and stout nnd
tho celebrated Soattlo Rainier
boor. Camara .fc Co.'s storo will
bo kopt open during tho holiday
season up to 9 o'olock or later to
accommodate their numorous pa
trons. Seo thoir announcement
on Pogo 8.
Tho regulur weekly meeting of
tho Christian Workers will bo hold
tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at tho Y. M. 0. A.
ball. Tho mooting will bn led by
Kov. Mr. Morgan. A cordial in-
vita'ion is extended to all to bo
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 15,
Tho Hnwniinn Mercnntilo Agon
oy, Q. H. Borroy, mnnngor, reviews
tho commercial phaso of locnl nf
fnirs for tho Inst fifteen days as
Tho situntiou is just now inter
esting in most nil lines of business.
Tho bqjidny trndo is approaching
proportions inn larger degroo than
Prices nro notably rnoro reason- (
nblo nnd nrlicles of worth nro now I
within tho menns of the majority.
In retnil trndo, cuts in prices iu
certain liucs aro noted nnd tho
sigus nro nlrondy nppenring thnt
tho snmo onuses that operate to
bring prices down to n lovol cor
responding to conditions in older
communities, nro to hnvo full forcu
Collections on old accounts nre
not db sntisfaotory ns during tho
first of this quarter.
Duilding materials nro in good
demand. Mechnuics nro scarce.
Of real estuto tho report says:
Tho market continues firm. Trans-1
notions in largo nmounts hnvo
boon fow, tho nctivo domand for
residenco lots still continues. ;
There is n groat demnud for ,
furnished nud unfurnished housos
Tho relenses of mortgages in tho
past fortnight hnvo boon greater
than tho mortgago iudobtednefcB
incurred in the samo space of time.
Leases of rice, enno nnd tnroj
lands still contiuuo to be rande, -It) I
being recorded sinco our Inst re-1
luo interest rntes on mortgages
aro: 810,000 nt 0 percent, 81-1,300
nt 7 percent, 631,287.29 nt 8 por
cent, $2,900 at 9 percent, $5,'J0..
01 at 10 porcent, $1,055 nt 12 per
cent and $19,815.91 no rato of in
Tho immigration report gives
581 arrivals and 870 departures.
Wo nro now opoulng n lino of
Comprising Huggy, Hiding,
.Tockoy, English Cropf,
Dog Snnko, llawnllnn, etc., etc.
In WluiloUono, Mulacca, Kngllsh Holly,
Straight Holly, Knwhldo.
Cull ami got the firHt choice
Picilc Hardware Co., Ltd.
( The rainy wenther f
0) suggests a wet win- W
3y ter- &
(fV How about a good f
(y fop w
(0 a w
ti Gift ? W
(0 Nothing more ap- (f
ii l'ruM-Hi.. ui- uoviuh
ri We have a goou as-
(f sortment to choose (t
:Ji from those with ;!i
j steel rod and close
(0 folding, or with na-
Merchant and Fort Streets.
k Household Supplies. 1
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 upto $20 per pair. We are showing
tiSOME SWELL PORTIERESf
13 oo!:s, Cards,
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 !
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
T. V. IvIIVG, Lessee
Dec. 15, 1808.
V l-'IHST-CLASS V
Vaudeville Entertainment !
)y tlio Clovorest ArtUU of the Day,
SEW SONGS 1 NEW DANCES 1
ALL STAlt PEUFOHMEItS
Itosorvod Soat on sale at Taclflc Cyclo
it Manufacturing Co.'s.
Doors onon at 7:30.
I'orfornianco at 8.
KoBorvod Chairs, 50o; gonoral nil
mission, 25c. 10S5
Atnorioau Moasencor Horvioe
Mnaoiiio Tomple. Telophono
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Christmas Vehicles! 1
On tlio Mohlam wo shall
In SUllItl-rVS, PH.irrONS anil
sultablo Chrltinas Qlfti.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
V. -V. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
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
The People's Store,
Von Holt lllock, King street.
I Iwg to notify my customers and the
public generally that I have transferred
my business to tho Metropolitan Meat
Company, owing to ill health, and thnt
all bills owing by mo will bo paid by
tho saM Metropolitan Moat Company,
and airbills duo me will bo colloctod by
Thanking tho public for pnst favors,
1088-lw Cltv Mont Market.
Honolulu Mesaoncer Sorvico do
livers messaged and paoknges.
rocolvo a largo lot of Latest Styles i!j
ItOAD CAltTS, which will niako Wa '
FOIIT STltKET, A1JOVK HOTKfi.
It you aro, you want to
call at Tho Kash, 0-11 Hotel St.
Just onoiiod up tho most
Coinplofo Lino of Smoking
Jackots ovor oxhlbltod on tho
Islands, $0.50 to $10 In an
olidlots variety of colors.
Nock ties or any othor
kind of tlos.
Clothing for Mon;
Clothing for Uoysj
Clothing for Child ran.
Huts tho samo.
Shirtwaists, Golf Shirts
and nil othor kinds of Shirts.
9 Hotel Street : :' layerlerBM
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a LInen-Moal
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telophono No. 070.
Fine sua bathing and mountain
W I All Trains to anJ (rom Honolulu ti!l
tor Slop at Ihe Hotel 1 -04
Albert Toogood, Proprietor
tion is tho cry of the times nnd present.
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