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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 22, 1898.
- Evening Bulletin,
Published Evfty Day, etcrpl SunJy, it no King
, street, Honolulu, II I., by the
: BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W.'r. FARRINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
THUltSDAY, DEO. 22, 1898.
At tlio next meeting of tho
"Sons of Cnlmmty," tbo Rev.Kiu
etiiri will bo put on tho grill for
tbo hoiuoua ciimo of draping au
American tlug on tbo front of his
Now wntch tbo ollioiul orgnu nt
teaipt to provo '.lint Aniericnnp
who tok out "apccinl rightB"
pnpors will biive to bo unturalized
in order to become citizens of Ha
Dr. J. S. McUrow, "fatbor of
annexation," meets the 70th mile
stono of bis loyal American life
tomorrow. Wo congratulalo Dr
MoGrow on baving seen tbo day
when men wbo damned liim for
what tbey considered tbo boresy
ot liourst loyalty now bow be
foro him in bumblo aubmiasion.
kiioji tiik iiuusi: op hpiti:.
Under tbo caption "And Others,"
the otScial organ of the Hawaiian
Government publishes tbo follow
In describes the proceedings attending
the transfer of the Hawaiian Islands to the
United States In his message, President
McKlnley states that he had authorized
Admiral Miller and the "United States Min
ister" to make the transfer. No further
ment on of these officers Is made. Aside
from the attitude taken by the Advertiser
towards Mr. bewail, as a candidate lor gov
ernor, the mention of the name of Mr. H. M.
Sewall as the American Minister in such an
important document as the Presidential
message, w ould have gratilied not only this
paper, but all Americans who took part In,
or were interested in the ceremony of the
transfer. U woulJ have fixed In one of the
most historical documents of the year the
netsonality of one of the prominent men.
That the President did not specially men
tion his name has no significance whatever.
The coon-cat Kind will now play of course
that stirring music: "We are making It hot
for Dole tonight." It will occupy the fences
around Emma Square. Presents of flowers
and bootjacks are kindly refused.
Is this tbo treatment that n
loynl Amorican ropresoutativcl,
whoso dovction to tbo cause of an
nexnti-in bns never wavered, is en-
titled to receive at tbo bnnd of
men whose cbobo he honestly and
constantly Buppor.Uilr' The person
al motives in tbeso personal attack"
are getting to bo well understood in
this cornmuuity and the spectacle
presented that wo believe grieves
the fair minded sections of tbo
community. Tho matter need not
be dwelt upon beyond the public
ation above given.
President MoKinley'e measng.'
to Congress is a well composed,
Btrongly conservative document,
typical of tbo man and typical ot
tbe: excellent administration ht line
given tho country. Tbo President
gives a careful, businesslike review
of the o vents that led up to tbe
war andbiingsout tbo more im
portant features of tbe strugul
which was notably successful and
places heavy responsibilities upon
the people Mr. McKinley does
not go at tho problems of tlae day
in' tbe bulUin-tbe-chiua shop me
thod of his predecessor, Booking to
dictato to tho peoplo what tbey
shall do. He lays tho situation in
a clear -and concise stylo before
Congress audj tbe people, indicat
ing that bis part of .tho program
as chiof executive will bo carried
out positively and honestly, await
ing tho answer from tbo people as
to tho ways and means, tbo det uln
for tbe futuro government of the
now terri ory that has come under
American rule as a result of the
The. positive declarations of tbo
messago are tbe recommendation
. for incroHSc of the army aud navy,
tbe.neceBity for tbe construction
of tho Nicaragua canal, tbe as-ist-mice
of tbe merchant marine nnd
reiteration of tbo Congressional
polioy that Cuba shall bo inde
pendent. Tliorto aro the necessi
ties of tho hoar aud call for doci-
sivo and favorable action from tbo
representatives of tho people at
this session. Tbo spirit of tbo
document is that tbo bridges of
today shall rocoivo attention before
worrying qvor tho governmontal
chasms of tomorrow.
a stoiu: LimciiAi. fhanciiish.
Taking tbe mHJority report of
tbo Hawaiian Commission as a
wbolo it is gonorally satisfactory
to tbo peoplo of Hawaii. In tbe
matter of citizousbip tbo commis
sion bas shown itself liberal
minded and no unnecessary bars
will be put boforo tbo nativo Hn
waiians or foreigners who bnve
previously had tho rights of Ha
waiian naturalization. Tho natives
are taken in as a whole with uo
questions naked. This is justice,
it is American.
In tbo matter of franchise, how
over, tho report makes a serious
slump in Amorican principlo
which wo aro inclined to believe
will bo oliminated beforo tbo
measuro nasses Contrress. If the
people of Hawaii aro worthy to
be olothod with tbo full citizan
ship of tho United States, they aro
also worthy oach and everyone to
stand on an equal footing when
they go to tbo polls to untpo tho
men wbo shall represent them.
To carry out tho full truo Ameri
can principle tbo people Bhould
have full sway in tho local legisla
ture, tbobousoand in tho senate.
Tho p ople of Hawaii will bo sat
silled, gratified and benefited by
the fall liberal sway of tbo Ainer
ican principlo that legislative
bodies shall represent tho wbolo
peoplo and not a favored class. If
I ho peoplo aro given full rights of
morican citizousbip, tbo valuo of
that citizenship should not bo de
preciated iu value by tho barrier
of a proporty qualification tacked
on to tho franchise. Tho eizo of a
man's pocketbo k or tbo land ho
possesses is by no means a fair
Vmorican estimate to place upon a
man's right to have a "say" in the
affairs of his local govornment.
Let no fiction of Americanism
hold sway in tbe local affairs of
tbe Hawaii territory.
Editoh Eveninq Boxlktin:
For this lost week or two you and
your neignoor me Auveruser
have indulged in a controversy
wbich it 40enis to me is out of
place, aud a waste of timo.
The Uovernor lor tuis part ot
tho United States will bo selected
without any poiuters from you ot
tho "Government Organ." If tbe
troth Is known, one has already
been chosen to nil tuo post, fco
that this hriggling about your re
spective candidates does not
amount "lo a bill of beai s." It
has, however, made clear ono
ihine, "wo know now how tho
It must be homo in mini.
President McKinley 1bb lots of
friends wbo helped "to whoop her
up" and place bim in tbo Pres-
.... -i i..- i :i .:.t.
UienilBl L'lltur, nuu u ((urn wim-
out saying, if ono of them wants
he position, lio will get it, ana
the position is a lucrative one,
have no doubt tbe President
would be only too bappy to com
ply with Lib wishes.
If a poor Hawaiian is nllowed
to put iu his oar, I mnst certainly
say, I am one of a good many
Hint nrrreeH with vou. as to vour
choice, tor l win say rigut nerej
.. D. i . - f
Mr. Hawaii is away nUcau ot Mr.
Dole in our estimation.
If President MoKinloy wnnls
to favor the Hawaiians, bo as in
the course of timo the bitter feel
ing which lies deep in ovory ka
naka's breast (caused by Dole and
hit rebels robbing them of tboir
oouutry) he must appoint a Gov
ernor who did not havo a band in
the robbing, in other words, ap
point an outsider. No local man
will ever, or can fill tbo bill satis
factorily to us. That bittor feeling
could never bo blottou out (time
i'self could not efface it) if Dole
or any o her local man wero
appoiuted to the position.
If Mr. Sewall or any outsider
ore appointed to tbe position it
would have a tendency to arnelior
at tbat feeling and as time go's
on, wo would perhape, little by
little, come lo tbe conclusion, it is
perhaps all for tho best (although
tho loss of our flag is a bitter pill
to bwnllow). It would bo soma con
solation, howovor, to know that
tboso who were psrtieB to tbe rob
bery did not have a chance to en
joy tho fruits of "that steal."
I would go further, Mr. Editor.
I would havo every man's sou of
tbom (family compact and all)
boosted out and their places filled
by soma outsider, make a cloan
swoop, and tbon perhaps bo mo
worthy Hawaiians wbo aro out
sido of tbo ring (bocauso they are
Royalist) may havo a show to earn
an honest living under now mon,
which havo btou ignored by tbo
"powers tbat be" Bimply because
tbey had tho courage to differ
with tbom in f politics, nnd tbo
manhood to sido iu with tboir
It may bo also, that under now
tnou "carrying a gun" would be
uo recommendation for Govern
ment position Cab of yoro) or bo
iuu u K oval 1st would bo no bar
Ono thing is Bolf-evident, wo
biatives cannot faro worso with
new men at the helm, than we arc
faring nt present, but to tbe con
trary, 1 am persuaded, wo would
bo better off, bo I say ijivo tbo now
men by nil means a trial, boost tbo
old crowd out, and give tho new
bosses a show.
Kanaka Maoli .
Maunn Loa for her usual ports
Prof. Lyons reports last night
the coldest of tbo season.
Deputy Marshnl -Charles Ohil
lingwortb was unable to bo at his
pot today on account of illness.
for the .
;thb b. & n.f
We have received were madcsneciallv
for us. from the LATEST desluns furnish
ed In 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.
These suits are CORRECT
LY and TASTEFULLY
MADE j they are both AT
TRACTIVE and SER
VICEABLE. We have them in NAVY
BLUE and WHITE DUCK.
Nothing in the way of a
CHRISTMAS GIFT, would
be more acceptable and use
ful to a boy.
We have MANY other
for the SEASON. "
Merchant and Fort Streets.
M' 1i Vij&i&&fctt&MifrMi!' "A rfifsrij. in-"Air "A "A
We want everybody to know that
we are showin'g 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 EVERV EVENING.
Cartsi Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to 8 I
Everybody is cordially Invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
British-American S.S.Co.'s Line
HONOLULU if SEATTLE
Will make MONTHLY round trips, stop
ping at HILO on the down passage.
Arrive In Honolulu Jnn. 31, 1800.
Leave Honolulu January 27, 1$00.
The S. S. "Garorifie " Is 'a large and
finely equipped steamer, with roomy, com
fortable and convenient passenger aaom
modatlons. " V
Connections with Northern Pacific and
Great Northern Railways, affording di
rect route to Central or Eastern States.
' HEM WATERHOUSE & C0.r
Queen Street. AGENTS.
Anorioan Moaaengor Horvico
Masouio Tomplo. -Telephone
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Christmas Vehicles !
On tho Mohican wo shall
In SUimiTi'S, PUKTONS and 110AD CARTS, which will mako
sultablo Chrlstmai Gifts.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
m lO3 V
We are open
day and c 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 Block, King street.
Rf DECORATING AND NATURAL
2SJ WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
House Painter, '
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
1070 . Next to Police Station
'AH "A? "At "A? "At "At "At "At "r "At "At
rccolve a largo lt of latest Stvles
FOKT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
WE HAVE ENDEAVORED
To Invest our lino with ovory
merit known to tho trade,
Evory season brings now Idoasr
new styles, now economics.
Wo ihlmluco many of them.
But wo have succeeded In do
ing something moro. Wo
havo lndlvl(luall7od our line
of Roys Clothing. It Is tho
loading line In now styles. It
suppllos constantly now In
spirations for this department.
Wo pell today tho host gmdo
of boys' clothing for loss than
any othor houso In town. Wo
should llko you to test this
statement. And so It Is with
nil our good. IndWdual
tasto mn bo satisfied In all our
linos. Choapnoss and good
nos go hand In hund.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGTley BlOCt
virnuut for Dr. Deimel's Ltnen-Meeb-Underwear.
Bend for Catalogue.
We Wake Shirts to Order.
Telopbono No 070. ' '"
A special meeting of tho stockholders
cf the OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND
COMPANVwIll bo hold at tho Chamber
of Cominorct rooms, In Honolulu, on
Friday, Docombor23rd, 180ft,at 3 o'clock
W. 0. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1808. " lOD7-3t