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TUE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 17, 1898.
PubllshrrEvery Day, except Sunday, at tto King
itrnl, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAKHINGTON EJItor
DANIEL tOOAN City EJItor
8ATltt&AY, DEO. 17, 1808
PLATFORM ON WHICH THF: DOLL
I'AUTV.SdUpHT TO TURN HAWAII OVER
TO THE ENEMIK8 OP THb UNITED
STATUS, AND NOW PROPOSUS IIESHALL
1)U AIVOINTLD GOVERNOR OP AMERI
CAN .TERRITORY. "As a member of
the iCimilv. of nations, we must
larjj our position, pecause we are
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rt a ucuu.ii auuc
a m.iritifitt btate.
she jfl1.iw.UU should follow,
time.? the rv-inwle of other
tt.itr. nml nniel.itm her neutralitv. Such
a prof l.imation wool J require the Benninu'
ton to leave this pirt within 24 hours,
just as the Portuguese required the Spanish
fleet "o leave St. Vincent at once. Should
the HennlnRton refuse to ro, we could not
help ourselves, but would show an honest
neutrality." From the Advertiser of Mav
I-'ROM THE SPEECH OF CONGRESS
MAN HlTT AND PLATrORM ON WHICH
CONGRESS PASSED THE ANNEXATION
RESOLUTION "But without anv words
fronr us or any assurances from mir Go
ernment. notwithstanding the pressure to
which it has been subjected. Hie brave
little Hawaiian Government. In niR Ame
rlca'bettcr than Spain and conliJent In the
justjte of the great Anierii.m people as a
child trusts its father, remains unchanged
in Its purpo."
An nriuietict) Ims lieou drclaroil
for ih bolidnvo.
Not "(Jallod 13nck" but "Oullr-d
Down" is now tho ki-ynug chnrii"
buuk- liy tho oHieial uoutrnlity
inspector Mnueon's nctivilies at
iikiki certninly warrant bis ap
pointment as a reulnr deputy of
tbjb Board of Health.
ARuiunIdo siiys ho will rolrnBo
his ISpnuiBU prisoners .for Sl,5u0,
003. Aguimddo ulwaya haa a
priea for everything.
TIih controversy bolwoon Capt.
Miluor Hud Boiun of the officers of
tho Oily oF Colurunin Biitfgeste
that they imist have governorship
Bchomi'B up tlioir hIohvcs.
The U. 8. S. Boctou bus lnnded
miriuea on Ghiueee territory
Wliou the Boston lands troops it
nsa illy menus eomi'thiug. The
Chinese omen searchers will find
dnto tho shipping now coming to
With tho prospect of two or
thfpo now ocoan Bteamer lines
milking Honolulu a port of call,
Honolulu Gnds its harbor lacking
cpacily for theBteatnors now ca'l
iug horu. When thtoo ocean
liners arrive on tho samo day,
ono hns to lay outside and
wait for wharf room. This
delay is from six to twelve hours
and U particularly expensive and
trying to companies compoting
with tho lines direct from the
Coast to tho Orient. In freight
and passenger trafllc, timo in.
moony. Delay iu Honolulu on
account of lack of docking facili
ties means nioro conl burned to
make up the schedule time.
Honolulu, in its shipping capa
city stands today iii much the
B'lino poditiou as tho mercbaut
who solicits a million dollar trado
in 0 sovou-by-nino coruor Btoro.
Ho has tho eoodB that tho people
W'Hit and must have but ho has
no place to accommodate the
But this inconvenionco to the
stcutii'diip companios is compnra
tively small compared with diili
cnltios and delays oxporionced by
the sailing fleet that is constantly
iucreabing iu number and import
ance. Vosela tiro forced to wait
for liortu to receive nnrt iliscu rgo
cargoes. TbeBO long waits simply
moau money lost for the ships,
and discredit for Honolulu har
bor. And still nothing is douo.
Whou tho "masterly inactivity"
of tho government is called to
notice, tho govorumont retorts
"You're auothor," but does uoth
iug. What is wnntod, what is de
manded by tho broadening iutor
estB of the community is action,
prompt decisive action. Tho
question of tho hour is not "What
cau't bo dooo ?" but "What can
be done ?" If there is doubt ns to
what the United States intends to
do with tho water frontago it has
taken, it is a very easy matter to
find out. President MoKinlcy
has not closed his mail to queries.
Act, set fn tho onorgotio Ameri
can present and future, don't
mull along iu tho sleepy, go-ae-you-please
Information f Plillnttclphln Oomiiirr
clnl Mtieeum n Yexr Old.
Coincidences are generally curi
ous in more or loss degree. Secre
tary Job. Q. Spencer of tho Cham
ber of Commerce, ns alrendy
reported, read boforo that body a
letter ho had roceivfd from tho
director of tho Philadelphia Com
mercial Museum. It gavo inform
ation, as had been requested, of
tbo nature and Bcopo of that insti
tution. As tho Ohambor had
been invited to affiliato with tho
Museum, tho matter -was referred
to I'residont Atherton. for final
Now, on the very day' after the
meetinc of the Chamber, Mr.
Spencer was turning over his old
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nmuu.mua nuu wutmiy imjuin, iui
charitable disposition to local in
stitutions. .In this work his eye
fell on a whole pHgoof engravings
in Harper's Weekly of October U,
1897, depicting Bovoral of the do
partmonls of tho Museum in ques
tion. An article accompanying
tho illustrations occupies tbreo
columns of tbo paper.
These descriptions in the Week
ly leavo nothing moio to bo de
sired in the way of information by
way of proving that tho Philadel
phia Commercial Museum might
bo of vory great value iu promot
ing both the industries and the
commerce of theso islands.
in the history of this ship a
ject to conjure wiih.
At a moetiug of "the Sous of
Calamity" last ovening it was do
cid'il that tho Commission need
ed Presidout Bole in Washiugt n
When askfd why tho trip had
been postponed, tho official poodle
said," Chat's nobody's business and
besides I don't like to Ml." And
tho ki-yang chorus hee-hawed ap
plause. " Tho laws of the United States
put the Japanrso upon tho home
fooling as the British, Germans,
French Hnd Poitugueee." Adver
tise. This is ono of tho few incontro
vertible facts with which our olli
cial contemporary sometimes put
in its columns. And yet the plant
ers are called upon to rise in their
wrath. Why should thoy ? This is
American territory and American
laws will rule.
"Mastorly inactivity" in connec
tion with tho wharfago facilities
of Honolulu harbor continues to
h'old sway, notwithstanding tbo
Ohambor of Commerce commit to
has had a session with tbo Cabinet
Indications of a positive movo to
improve the accommodations for
our increasing commerce seem to
bo ns far off and as untangiblo as
tho Hilo wharf has been for years
past. Official theorizers expound
from timo to time the wonderful
commercial benefits to bo derived
by this port from tbo increasing
commerce of the Pacific, tho open
ing of the Nicaragua Canal, the
annexation of tho Philippines, otc.
etc., and yet as a mattor of fact we
cannot today properly acoommo-
Emtoii Evening Bulletin:
The Star is mi-taken in saying the
clause of the Nowlauds resolution
continuing customs rotations was
notroferrpd toby tho Ohiof Justice.
It was montionod iu discussing
tbo power of tho collector general
not, however, as to the point raised
by tho Star. That papor is mis
taken iu this rogard also, when it
represents the issuing of permits
as beiug a function of thocu-toms.
The permits havo beon issued by
tbo Chiuo:0 bureau of theForcigu
Office. Customs officials have,
with rogatd to immigration, sim
ply to watch that nlions do not
'eu'or exc.-ptiug unuor too provi
sioiiB of Hawaiian laws.
Iu reviewing tho decision of the
Ohiof Justice, he should not bo
hlam u for omissions of points
not raised in tho nrgumout. Ouo
of tli Be seems to have beon the
question as to whether a China
man wuo leaves oitner Hawaii or
the United Slates, making, among
other provisions for his return, the
one required by tbo laws of the
country left, is to be regarded as
an "immigrant" wlion ho does re
turn. Ho had completed tbo ordi
nary definition of an immigrant
when ho had formerly Bottled in
the country. His taking out a
pormit, Hawaiiau, or a certificate,
American, to roturn, indicated
that ho thou considered himself a
"seitlor" in the particular foreign
country. It is as if a man left his
dwelling for business or pleasure,
and took tbo key of ouo of the
doors in his pooket to readmit
Ohiof Justice Judd's decision iB
especially stroupr, in my opinion,
by its dealing with the anomalous
difficulties on tbo basis of Ameri
can judicial construction,
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed In advance by the manufacturers.
Dntil January 1st
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also making re
duced prices on PICTURES and FRAMES.
(f The rainy weather
W 6ue6ts a wet win- 9
m - m
(j How about a gooiK f
(g Umbrella JJ
t for ffi
m Holiday $
Nothing more ap- (!
propriate or useful. jL
We have a good as
sortment to choose
'"A a "a Kt&i rfl "a & -iJVi7 -;7 a a "Afr "a "A ; "A"A Kuril Kfc -!i K&Ktif Kit Kfc Kl&t!r Ki KliriiF'Uy
We want everybody to know that
we are showing the largest variety of
Novelties and Useful
Goods Suitable for Holiday Gifts
ever displayed. We are showing the
best assortment of Chenille and Tapes
try CURTAINS, at lowest bottom prices.
Tapestry and Velvet Pile TABLE COVERS.
Qualities are the best; colorings and
designs are the newest. The Holiday
trade this year will eclipse any previous
season. OUR STORE WILL REMAIN
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited.
iTHE 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, 316 Fort St.
Frd' rick Winstou Hiinkoy nud
M. Q. Biwuoy linvo boeo admitted
to practise law iu tho Hawaiian
2i from those with
irj steel rod and close
(f folding, or with na-
jlcitural sticks and
n Modern Clothier,
I? Merchant and Fort Streets
T. V. Iliv3 Lessee
Christmas Vehicles !
On tlio Mohlvan wo shall roeolvo a largo lot of Lntcut Styles "fee
In SUKKKYS, PHTTONS and HOAD CAUTS, wlilch will mnk'o
sultublo Clirlstiima Gifts.
Honolulu Carriage ilanufactory
W. -Wr. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
103-1 V FOItT STItKirr, A110VE HOTKU
Dec. 17, 1808.
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 ofs Holi
Vaudeville Entertainment 1
lly tho Clavorest ArtUta of tho Pay.
NEW SOKfis I NEW DANCES
ALL STAIl PERFOKMEKS
ltosorved Soats on Balo at Pacific Cyclo
,fc Manufacturing Co.'s,
Doom opon at 7:30.
Performance at 8.
HoNorvod Chairs, SOo; gonoral ad
mission, 25o. 1085
Araorican Moiaengor Borvioo
Masonio Tomple. Telephono
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
............ Von Holt Hlock, Klnp Htrcet.
SATURDAY. DEC. 17,
TROM a P. M.
The Procttdf ire (or tlie Benefit ot the Church.
ADMISSION, 25 CTS.
XT'Tlcktts art (or tale by the C6mmlttee hiving
me maner in nine, anj ai me entrance. iosgta
WE HAVE ENDEAVORED
To invest our lino with evorf
merit known to tho trade.
Evory season brings new Ideas,
now stylos, now oconomles.
Wo introduco many of thorn.
Hut wo havo sticceoded In do
ing something moro. Wo
havo individualized our line
of Boys' Clothing. It.lsVtlTe
loading line in now stylos. It
suppllos constantly now in
spirations for tills department.
Wo soil today tiio benfgnrrJ
of boys' clothing for loss than
any othor house In town. Wo
should like- you to test thin
statomont. And so It ia with
all our good. Individual
taste can bo satisflod in nll'our
linos. Choapnoss and good
ness go hand in hand. . ', t
9 Hold Street ; : WaTWley BlOCt
Agents for Dr,
, Delmel's Llnen-Mosb
Bend for Catalogue.
We'Make Shirts to Ordfir.
Tolephone No 070.
Tho annual mooting of tho, stockhold
ers of the Hawaiian Sugar Compiny
will bo hold Thursday, Decombor 22ud,.
at 10:30 oVi.ok a. in., at tho olllco of W.
0. Irwin A Co.. Ltd.
W. L. HOPPER,