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THE EVENING BULLETIN:' HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 23, 1898.
pjM1shJ Every Day, txcept SunJin, l aio King
" Mieet, Honolulu, H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARWNGTON EJItor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
. FRIDAY, DEO. 23, 1898.
" Even tho Quaker will ubo his
' Gsta when HBBRultpd,"8(iyB the-Ail-.
vortisur, and liko tbo official organ
j always makes an aes of luinsolf.
,4 Tlio official orgau niakeB n "boo
' hoo" apology this tuorning. The
notable fenturo of tho AdvoriisorV
.' perrtonnl cnmpritgu is Hint it lias
' uboiI tho political mud of misrpp
, resoutitiou, pervorsiou and p?r
Bonal Bpite, not tho Btrnight out
blows of lioucat facts.
"With what tvny grace does the
official circle accept the limited
franchise, and say it is uroIosb to
Bay anything to CongrofB. It
doubtless belioveB, however, that a
bard fiht fih'uld bo mado to sa
curo recognition for President
Dole's minority repot t on tlio re
? teution of counst-llorB cud limita
tion of the power of (he governor.
An historical accouut of the
action taken by President DoIo'h
government regarding noutralit
' is to be given .tomorrow morning
, by tho official organ. An acuouut
' may be historical but not accurate
i If the official organ will deal with
all tho fuels honeatly,itri historical
account of tho action of Mr. Dole's
government will indeed bo inter
esting. Tell the truth friend, toll
the whole t'uUi.
Tin: commission'!:!!' iiii.i
In this issue of tho Bulletin
space is given to an exclusive, com
pleto and accurato review of the
bill now bofore Congress creating
nntl providing new law for the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii. Although a gen
eral reviow baa previously been
given, this is the first ami only de
tailed statement of tho provisions
of tho bill that has been place 1 bo
fore the citizens of Hawaii.
Notable among tho features that
havo not been beforo made public
hyre is the repeal of the rnee juiies,
freedom of Gsbing rights, calarie
and duliesof oflicial8,detaila of log
ialaiive eli-ctiona, inVeatigation of
land laws and declaration regard
ing the Crown Lauds. The bill con
templates few radical chaugos. Pre
sent laws are continued in fore ex
cept as thoy conflict with thegouor
at territorial legisla'ion of tho Unit
bd States ond ita constitution. Th -Commission
has recognized none
of the exceptions to Auiorican laws
supgested by locl o gauizations, it
apparently betug uuaniraoua con
sent that when Hawaii cornea und
er territorial goverumont its laws
shall bj Amotican from tarrot to
foundation, the only oxcoptiou be
iug madeiu tho mutter of franchiee
' Aside fnni this lust tho bill is
one that wo have reason to believe
will find rondy ac-ceptaiico in tin
United Statea GongrodB. In viw of
the atrcugth of tho labor, tnauufac
turing and ahipping olomenta it re
mains to bo seen what Sjnators or
Representatives will champion the
cause of tho commercial iutorcsts
here as expressed iu memoria's
presented to the commission.
diamond iii:a ciiaulu:.
Diamoud Head Charlie Peter
eon will be remembered this your
by tbo business community. Col.
J. H. Sopor has impersonated
Santa Glaus this year and has se
cured contributions to the amount
of S-1'20. A hearty Merry Christ
mas is extended to the faithful
Clillilrvn Pr"vlilil for.
The two Galicinn children
spokeu of iu this paper a day "r
bo Bgo, ure uow provided for. The
Catholic fistera have come for
watd with UoUal pioiuptnnss when
il is n 'bsible i help ti oso in trou
ble and have decided to take the
children iu, making no cliaru
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Commencement exorcises at tho
High echool yesterday evening
filled the main classroom with pa
rents and frieuds of graduntoa and
thoscbtol. Tbo school itaolf urns
grouped at tho front iu charge of
Vice Principal J. Lightfoot. Prin
cipal M. M. Scott presided, having
on his right Principal tho Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh of tho Royal
achool, Attorney General V. O.
Sinith and Inspector Qoneral
Towueeut and on his left tho
graduates. Piiucipal U. Thomp
son of Kameliamoha schools, Phi
lip II. Dodge and other educators
wme in the nudionce.
The graduating class numbered
neveu, bring: William Chilton,
Uobort D. King, Autoue Marcol
liuo, George P. Wright, AdaGorlz,
Ivy Girvin and Mary E. Rice.
American and Hawaiian Hags wero
hung on tho wall back ol the pint
form, besides which there were
decorations of plants and ilnvers.
This was the order of exorcises:
I'myor Hov. Alox. Mackintosh
Song: "liirlv SprliiK" ! Kinorson
Umy: "Tho I'hlllpplnu Islands
Trio: "Tho Clilliroot March"
Messrs. Klston, Marciuus mill Kiuil.
Ilssayj' "Tlio Nicaragua Cmnil"
Muster. Ooo. !'. Wright.
Soup "Happy and Light"
Ksa v: "Tho Indigenous Flowers of
Miss Mnry K. Illce.
h'onij: "rastimil Future" uo itovon
Mr. CIihh. Klston.
ICssav: "Tho CoiiHtltiitlnil of Ha- i
Master Kobort D. King.
Song: "Tho Volunteers" lt j
lllnh School. i
Address to class by Attornoy Gonoral
W. O. Smith
(living of Diplomas The l'rlnclpal
Hymn: "My Country 'tin of Thoo"
llotiodlctlon Hov. A. Mackintosh
While the essaya woro all com
poaed iu creditable manner and
evinced no little reaoarch iu each
case, that ot Miss Rico jvaa of
moro than exhibition vnlue be
cause it was oilucative to tho hear
ers. It told them a great deal
that they had not kuown. Prin
cipal Scott, while- presenting the
diplomas, mentioned that every
member of tho class had written
an essay. The choice of the four
for readinri was not made on the
basis of liternry merit, but with
reuard to iho doureo of local inter
est attachinc to the respective sub
jects. AddroBsing tho class with
oarnestnosB and force, the princi
pal impreased upon them the vital
importance of cultivating habit in
the righl direction. Habit was
tho great factor in making char
acter. By Btoruly resisting every
wrong impulse, as they grew up
thoy would find it moro aud more
easy to do right.
Mr. Smith cimo forward nt two
or hree hours' notice, in pl&co of
the Minister of Instruction, Mr.
Cooper, who was detained at home
through illneaa. The Attorney
General cautioned tho graduates
against thinking that what ha-',
been learned iu school or , college
constituted an educaliou. When
they left school they wero only be
ginuiug thoir educatiou. He
urovd thorn to make choieo of
things that aro goid, and made
clear to them that worthiness in
ouh'h sphero, bo it high or hum
hlo, was real buccosb in lifo,
Pr..fes-or Yarndloy conducted
tho school sitieinL'. Mies Ada
Geriz playing the pinno accompa
nimonts. Mr. Jilston Wi.s com
pelled to respond to nn oncoro.
Principal Scott, ua ho linnueu out
tho dii)lonia-. made eoud humored
references to peculiarities ot each
recipiout's accomplishments or
characteristics which set every
Lawyers, don't forgot to b at
Thnrotou & Carter's ollio at 2 p.
Mr. Usbofno having returned,
thtt full services pf tho St. Ole
raeut'a church will now bo ro
Burned. Special festival music
Iiiib been prepared undor Jhe
direction of Mi-s Patch for the
The train Boheduled to leave
Honolulu at 7:30 a. m. and arrive
back at 12:15 p m. will not bo
ruu on Mbnday, Deo mber 2G.
No fioiuht trains will run or
freight bo received on that day by
the Oahu railway.
N. B. Moore, a member of Co.
L.Nowberg, lstN. Y. Vol, died
fr.iru typhoid fever at tho Post
Hospital this morning. Tho fun-
orul itervieea will bo held tomor
row at 10 o'clock at St. Andrew's
cathedral. Undertaker E. A. Wil
lniiuB has chargo of the interment.
We have received were mnde specially
for us, from the LATEST deslRns furnish
ed In advance by the manufacturers.
tt iil T A l
IT , HM H. 'V S.
We will make a Ifrernl reduction from the
marked prices. We are also making re
duced priceson PICTURES and FRAMES.
laciflc Hardware Co,, Lid.,
These suits are CORRECT
LY and TASTEFULLY
MADE ; 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 .otljer k
ELEGANT ARTICLES fl
extremely r-tLH-iluUb ft
for the SEASON. fly
M. McIHERHY I
Modern Clothier. (0
Merchant and Fort Streets. (0
In accorilnuco with Soctlnn 1 of Chaj
tur XXVI. of the laws of 1880:
All parsons holding wutor prlvllogos
or tlioso paylnfi water rntos, nro horeby
notified that the wnlor rntns for tho term
undlnn Juno 30, 1899, will bo duo and
paynblo nt tho offlco of tho Honolulu
Wutur WorkB, on tho lt)t day of. January
All suuh ratos roinalning unpaid for
16 days uftor thoy aro duo will be sub-
Joct to mi addltloiml 10 or cont.
All prlvlloi!08 uj)ou which latoaromaln
unpaid Fobruary 16, 18U0, (30 days after
becoming dollnijuont) aro llablo to sus
jicnslon without further notice.
ItntcH aro lmyablo nt tho ollko of the
Wator Wcrka In the Kapualwn Building.
Sup't Honolulu Wutor Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Uoo. 20, 1808.
Tim Lmt Car.
Tho last cara of tho King street
lino going to Wnikiki ond Palatini
nas tlio Anchor Saloon. Tub
oloveroet mixologiiits in tho city
aro there always to put you up
anything you may do&iro. Drop
in and tako a.drop boforoyou take
tho ear. The colehrnted Heattlo
beor is to bu hud horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jbhsq Moore Whisky
qtc, always on haud. Tho most
exaotitiK and rariod demands can
ho satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
lis hero to please its patrons.
iriirirt75i'TfjraMiir5Fi??J5 "At "WWWififif
we are showing the largest variety of
Novelties arid Useful
Goods Suitable for Holiday Gifts
ever displayed. We are showing the
best:assoi'tment 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.
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.
British-American S.S.Co.'s Line
Will make MONTHLY round trips, stop'
ping at HILO on the down passage.
Arrive In Honolulu Jnn. 21, 1800.
Leave Honolulu Jiinunry 27, 1800.
The S. S. "Garonne " Is a large and
finely equipped steamer, with roomy, com
fortable and convenient passenger accom
modations. Connections with Northern Pacific and
Great Northern Railways, affording di
rect route to Central or Eastern States.
Atnoricin Mosaenger Service
Mauouio Tomple. Telephone
want everybody to
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
II m 111
unnsimas venicies :
J0n tho Mohican wo shall
In SUIlItKYS, PIM-rrONS and
mi I tabid Christmas Gifts.-
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. -W. 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 anything act
hinder you from
seeing our im
display of HoIi
The People's Store.
..Von Holt Ulock, Klnc street.
taS DECORATINCi AND NATURAL
mi iOi WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
1070 Next to Police SUUIon
recolve a largo lot of Latest Stylos
ltOAD CAUTS, which wli 'rn'ako
FORT STREET, AHOVE IIOTEIj.
WE HAVE ENDEAVORED
To InvoRt our lino with ovory
merit known- to iho trndo
Kvory ooason brings now ideas,
now, stylos, now ccoiiumlea.
Wo Intrmltico many of thorn.
Hut wo have tmocooded in do
ing something moro. Wo
havo Individualized our lino
of Hoys' Clothing. It is tho
loading Hue In now styles. It
supplies constantly now in
spirations for this dopartment.
Wo soil today tho host grade
of hoys' clothing for lesa than
any othor houso In town. Wo
should Ulo you to test this
Htatomolit. And ko it Is with
nil our good. Individual
taste- inn ho satisfied III all our
linos. ChoapncH? and good
noss go hand in hand.
9 Hotel Street
Agvnu for Dr,
. Delmel'e Lluen-Mesbi
Hond for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tfllophono No G7fl.
Tho mombors of tho Bar of tho Ito
publlo of Hawaii aro lioroby notified to
nttond a.uioeting of tlio liar pnSatunlny,
the 24th day of Docomber, A. I). 1808,
at 2 o'clock p. 111., at tho ofllco of
Thurston Cartor, Morchant street, for
tho purpose of completing thoarrango
monts for tho Dlunnr which has boon
teuderod to tho Honorable Chlof Justice
WM. O SMITH,