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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 19, 1898.
PjbllshfJ Every Day. cicepl Sunday, it no Klnc
ttreet, Honolulu, II. I., fry the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Eiltor
DANIEL LOOAN City EJItor
MONDAY, DEO. 19, 1898.
i PLATrOH.W ON WHICH THE DOLE
J PARTY SOUGHT TO TUHN HAWAII OVER
:TO THE ENEWIES OP THE UNITED
ESTATES. AND NOW PROPOSES III: SHALL
rtUEAPlJJINTEl) GOVERNOR OP A.MERI-
V.Ai I.HIVm IUK I. fli i invinivi i
tlie family of n.itlons, we must
decl.irc our position, because we are
a maritime State. As a neutral state
;she (Hawaii) slioulJ follow, In due
time, the esample of other neutral
states, and proclaim her neutrality. Such
a proclamation would require the Benning
ton to leave this port within 24 hours,
Jjust as the Portuguese required the Spanish
fleet to leave St. Vincent at once. Should
Jthe Bennington refuse to ko, we could not
help ourselves, hut would show an honest
, neutrality." Prom the Advertiser of May
f FROM THE SPEECH OP CONGRESS-
.'MAN HlTT AND PLATroRM ON WHICH
'Congress passed the annexation
.INVOLUTION "Hut without any words
from us or anv assiiraiKes from our lo
eminent, notwithstanding the pressure to
,whUi It has been subjected, the brave
little Hawaiian Government, loving Ame-
Iica better than Spam and confident In the
ustice of the great American people as a
hlld trusts its father, remains unchanged
n its purpose."
The oflicinl orinn continues to
follow the lend of the BULLETIN,
pur contemporary howpvor onl
creatf h interest iu its own wenk
ness vvlidn it Httenipts to stir tip
Japanese strife and runs to sheltoi
I 'lieu faced with ita own disloy
Ity nud friend hip for nnytbiuf:
and overvihiim American.
Ench year that ends with the
cfclohrntion of Founders day n
Kauiehnniehtt schools brings new
Imi'fU and mnro magnificent
tributes io the momory of Bern ice
Bnunhi Bishop. Kntnehnuieha
School rs'abliehed and maintain
ed by the bouuty from Mrs.
Bishop's loyal hand is daily fur
nishing the young Unvvniiiins
with the siuows of educational
strength that will fit thetu to
make their ba'tlo in life successful
iu all its details. At the last moot
ing of the Historical Society the
point w (-brought out that Mrs.
Bishop was offered. the- ruling
fecepier id Iukb6 islntulB. Al
though refusing the responsibili
ties of the crown, wo know Mint
Mrs. Bichop did ni-t hold liylitlj
her responsibility to her people.
She gnvo liborally and wisely.
The boys aud girlB of today are
tho men and women of tomorrow
and with the educational found-'
tious properly laid, the continued
strength of a race or nation is ns
Each day the children of Liu
wnii reap somo new aud lasting
benefit thrtt will assist tliem in
adapting themselves lo nt-W con
ditions aud ground tln-m firmly in
tho principle of true womanhood
oqd. jilrt'ilioo'l. Eich joat the
Bclolars of KaTOOhtuuolm pny
mark'd and fitting tribute to the
memory o tlie autnor 01 a tfrauu
work, thereby calling lo their
minds and to tho people uf this
land the maguificont and foetiutiful
life of a womau, who Vhough
called to her last rest lis still a
living factor in tho iproaent and
futuio of her race.
load. Tho Advertiser, although it
has chauged ownership, still con
tinues to uphold its neutrality
campaign, whon it knows full
well, aud wns party to, tho treason
ablo manipulation that was on
foot to turn Hawaii ovor to tho
ouemies of tho United States. The
Advertiser has shown itself con
sistent iu its ki-yang policy of
heo-hawing at any approach of
liberal, honoet Americanism that
shall disturb tho Tibetan quiet of
tho present otlioial compact.
TI10 Advortisor 3oeks to shift
tlio responsibility for its studied
neutrality cowardico by saying:
'On tho 10th May the Bulletin
wis iu tho emuo bos with us."
What though tho DuxLirriN did
preach tho sihuo gospol on May
lOtli, was that gospel right V
That's tho question tho official
organ sidles away from iu its
usual childish stylo. Not one
single incident has tho Adver
tiser brought to notice to show
that its courso is honorable or iu
niij way straightforward. It cham
pioned cowardico nud unturally
enough now resorts to what it
knows to bo absolute misrepresen
tation. Like tho wild iibs of
Thibet it makes its bray and then
runs to cover.
II 1I.O PUOIIATIC MATTKltH,
FOU.Ui:lt'H DAY SPOUTS.
Will of I.nlo .Tuilit0 Hitchcock nnil
Judgo Gardner K. Wildor of
tho Fourth Circuit has ordered
the discharge of Iloury Smith, ro
coiver aud trustee of tho estato of
Louis Pnrvio, ho having complet
er his duties:
Tho will of tho late Edward G.
Hitchcock bus boon nd in it tod to
probato by Judgo Wildor. His
a holograph will and leaves the
testator's entire ostato to his wife,
Mary Tonuoy Hitchcock, appoint
ing her also as executor without
bonds and guardian of thoir
minor cbilaron. Tho will
whs executed at Hilo on tho
11th of March, 1887, tho witnesses
being D. Hownrd Hitchcock, E
G. ltichards and H. 11. Hitchcock
Tho will of the lato Henry
Porter has boon ndmitted to pro
bate by Judge Wilder nt Hilo It
leaves the entire estate to the ,
widow, or in ci.bo of lior not mu
viving tho toslator or dying with- I
out leaving a. will, to be equally j
divided botwoon the four children. 1
Executors aro enjoined to by tho
tfslator properly renumerato all
who euro for his wife or InniBelf.
Ilnrioony Lodge, No. 3, I. 0 0.
F., meets this evouiug. All veil
ing brothers oro cordially invilei1,
Soo Fraternal Directory.
HT1I.I. UPHOLDS THHAHON.
Our official otgan contemporary
amuses itself with making quota
t'ious from the Bulletin of May
Hhh. The Advertiser's course is
tmlv childishly amusing. It is si
milar to the idiocy of quoting from
back dull b of a Democratic paper
that has passed iuto tho hands of
A Kopublioau. If our esteemed
oiutomporary will go baok still
further in tho Advertiser it will
find evidonces of a policy enndem
ning tho American annexation po
licy. Tho utterances of tho Bul
letin on Miiy 10 simply ievi-it
back to an ollioial i-ource, that
adds still more damning evidence
to tho neutrality intrigue in which
tho Advertiser took active official
KiimrhumHut Hcliont tlnyn show Ability
There was a good attendance at
the field sports of tho Karaohatne-
lia Btuucuts in colouration of
Founder's Day, Saturday after
noon. Tho Hawaiian band was
present and to the efforts of Cap
tain Bergor and the boys, is due a
great deal of the afternoon's
pleasure. Tho competition was
confined to tho Knmobauieba Ju
niors and Seniors, no outsiders
announcing their intention to
take part, ltio results wero as
Running broad jump, distance
1G foet 8 inches J Pa. firstf U
Lemon, second; U Aikuo, third.
liuuniug high jump, height -1
feet 10 iuchPB V Searle, firBt; U
Lemon, second; E Hardeo, third.
hifty yard dash, time 0 1-6 sec
oude W Campbell, first; J Pn,
second; A Hotlondrof, third.
Throwing la-pound Jiommer,
listnnco81 feet 0 iuohos-J Hose,
first; M Hardeo, second; J Nabo-
Pole vault, height G feot GJ in
ches U Lomon. first; J Pa, sec
ond; E Hamauku, third.
One hundred yards low Hur
dles, time 15 3 5 seconds H H-
uakuhi, first; J la, second.
Running high jump, height 5
feel 4 iuohos 0 Paehaole, firnt; J
Mahoe, second; J Poo aud J Coc
Putting lG-pound shot, distance
35 leet 0 inches J Burgo s, first;
S Kalua, second; J Poo, third.
h ifty yam da-h time G seconds
J Fern, first; Harbottle, second;
S Kalua, third.
Four hundred find forty yards
run, time, not taken u unioi,
first, L Alau, second; T Cum
"Ruuninj broad jump, distanco
111 foul lnl tnnlina.f li'nrn. Kraf!
aft" rcv "3 ,, -""' . V V
M Amoy, Btcoou, u ourgesa, luuu
Throwinc lfi-pound hammer, !
dUtuiicd 01 feet G inches J Bur
gess, first; J NaUale, second; F
Two hundred and tweuty yards
dash, time 27J seconds S Kalua,
first; J Kuoha, second; O van
1 Ono hundred yards, low nur
' dle. time 13J seconds D Harhnt-
Uln lirut- l" Krtlllll. ROCOLld'. FreJ
..., u...., , ,
Pole vault, height 9 feet 3 in
ciios J Fern, first; sooond and
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed iif advance by the manufacturers.
Until January 1st
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also making re
duced prices on PICTURES and FRAMES.
Paeilo Hardware Co., Ltd.,
j? "a wATfAfittierM:
ftfittiiFiBr ri "a "A"A "A "At
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.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.sw
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to 58 I
-On tlio .Mohican wo shall recolve a largo lot of Latest Styles i
In SCH1:Y.S, PHirrONS nml ItOAD
suitable Christmas Gifts.
Christmas Vehicles !
CARTS, which will mnko
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
"W. W. "WR-IGHiT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOOT STHEKT, ABOVE HOTEL.
We are slmwing among our
many attractions for the
An ELEGANT LINE of BATH
ROBES, made of Elder Down,
and manufactured In Europe.
There never will be such an
Eight hundred and oighty yards
run, time i'.M a-o u imioi, urui,
L Alau, second; J Kiilaina, third.
One hundred yards high hur
dles, time 15 seconds--J Uockett,
tiret; D Harbottle, Bocond; F Coc
Oue hundred yard dash, time
11 1-5 seconds- U Kaloi, first; D
tlnrbottle, second; S Kalua, third.
The coping aud old historic
wall surrounding Kawaiahao
chinch is to he removed and re
duced in height, work thereon
hning commenced this mm ning
if. dor the direction of master
maxim E. B. ThomaB, The clock
will he attouded to iu tho indi
tii it future.
2? and manufactured In Europe. J:
:;i I Here never win De sucn an
m OPPORTUNITY to purchase ff
(JV them, owing to the HIGH l
DUTY shortly to be imposed. (f
(P tfWSEE OUR OTHER (ft
(IV uiiuncnUR ADTin.P! W
I IMcINEM I
l Modern Clothier, (l
f Merchant and Fort Streets. (0
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
T. "V. IiING, Lessoo
THE SEA-' m
Dec. 10, 1808.
V FIKST-CLAS.H V
Vaudeville Entertainment 1
Uy tho Clovorest Artist of tho I).y.
NEW SONGS I NEW DANCES !
.ALL STAlt PEKFOHMKIIS-N
Uohors-oil Beats on salo nt raclllf Cycle
,t MiiniifttctiirliiB Co.'s.
Doors oioii nt 7:30.
Performance nt 8.
Itosorvoil Chnirs, 50o; gonornl nil
We are open
day and niht.
There will be no
band of music to
draw the crowd
this year. Do not
hinder you from
seeing our im
display of Holi
WE HAVE ENDEAVORED
To Invest our lino with ovory
merit known to tho trndo.
Kvory senson brings now ldoaai
new stylo,' now economies.
Wo IntroUuco many of thorn.
Hut we have succeeded In do
ing sonrethlng moro. Wo
lnvo Individualized our lino
of IJoy' Clothing. It Is tho
loading lino In now styles. It
supplies constantly now In
spirations for this dopartment.
Wo sell today tho best grade
of boys' clothing for loss than
any othor houso In town. Wo
should llko you to text this
statoinont. And so It In with
all our goodt. Individual
tasto can bo satisfied In all our
llnos. Qhoapnoss and good
ness go,hand In hand.
Americnn Mossencor Borvioo
Mnsouio Temple. Telophono
W. W. DimonrJ & Co.
The People's Store.
.Von Holt Ulock, King street.
WW IWV! DECORATING AND NATURAL
23 S WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinier : : :
1070 Next to l'ollco Stutlon
9 Hotel Street
s Waycrley Bloct'
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a Llnen-Mesb
underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telophono No 070.
Tho nnmml mooting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Hawaiian Sugar Compuiy
will bo hold Thursd.iy, De-comber iiml,
at 10:30 o'clock it. m , at tlio ofllco of W.
O. Irwin .V Co , Ltd.
W. I,. HOl'PKH,
10t3-Doal5,17,l(,21 ' Secretary.