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Published Everv I)iv exrrpt SunJitv at to Klnj;
street Honotulu II I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.rAKKINGTON ..
Ed I lor
TI1UKSDAY, DEC. 29, 1893.
Possibly tho Poking is wnititm
to bring along tho American tnritT
As tho champion of misrepro
Bontntiou the Ailvortisor stands nt
tho head of tho list .
It isn't every Htrn tided sailor
litudod on 11 faraway idlnud, wlto
hns n concort arranged for his
"Three times threo" for Dowoy
nnd tho first lepneontntivo of hia
sqnudron to ronch Honolulu the
Tho report of the Unnrd of Sur
vey nnd the geuernl pilikiiw of the
City of Columbia nupgo-t tho ne
cessity of dry dock facilities ns the
shipping of the port increases.
Now thut the Olmmher of Com
merce hns made ft dofiuito nnd
business-like Htiitemout regarding
tho hnrbor improvemoiits, it is
titno for the governmont to net.
Col. W.J. Urynn'n attempts to
slido nronud tho Philippine Isl
am! problem is tho nmtising exhi
bition of n politician who dnres
not opposo tho people, yet seeks
some loopholo by which to nttnek
nn hoiiornblo nnd pntrio'ic Presi
dent. How different the bold
nnd nggressivo deolarntiou mndo
by President McKinley, who is
honest in his conviction nud firm
in hw ndhcronco to principle nt
whntovor cost. Perhaps the ofli
,cinl orginof Hnwnii in tho course
of its nnti-McKinloy policy, cnu
nuewor the President's question,
"Who will liiml the ling down ?"
a siiri:i'ii. si.rn.
From tho Advertiser, tho Hn
wniinn Governmont organ Deo.
29 "Tho ciinipaign for tho Terri
torial Chief Justiceship is not
on hero yet, but wlmt thoy used
against Judgo Zano when ho wns
n cnudidate for io-election to simi
lnr oflico in Utah was that his ton,
an nttornoy, practiced beforo him
Again is ovidenco givon of tho
methods used by tho ollicinl orgun
to throw mud nt even tho houorn
blo and trusted otlicials of tho
United States government, when
there npponrs to bo nny danger of
a brenk in tho local ollicinl com
pact whoso cry is, "i'ho Ollices
for ourselves." This spiteful slur
carries its own arguments keep
bnck American rulo at all costs.
I'A II rv oik; IMZ ITION.
Ill viow of the fairly good pros
pect of tho oarly extention of
American laws to Hawaii and our
full utimlgitnution with the Anio
riaan piiple, it h high timo the
local citizens began to consider
tho formation of n Kopublicnn
party organization. Tho present
Americnus of Hnwnii, tho Ilnwnt
inns nnd Portuguoso who nro soon
to bo full fledged Americnus nro
not sntislied to follow tho hnnner
of tho ollicinl circle oa which the
ollicinl organ prints on one side
"Hnwnii for tho Hnwniians," nnd
on tho other "tho ollices for our
solvos." Tho attitude of tho olli
cinl organ is neither houoit nur
consistent oxcopc in tho declnrn
tion "tho ollicos for ourselves."
Tho titno has como when the
pooplo of this torritory should do
olnre themselves, place thomselves
on record and bn hold to their de
clarations. In assuming Ameri
can oitizonship it is tho duty of
tho pooplo to nccept Americau
principle nnd follow tho broad
pitriotic oxamplo sot before them
by tho pooplo of the United
Statos. The 13uLLi:riN has ro
p?fttfcdly urged the orgnnizntion of
tho ltepublicnn forces in order
that tho potty jealousies of tho
past tuny bo wipod out nnd tho
politics of tho torritory placed up
on tuo in in American imsm
which tho not of nunoxntion nnti
eipnlod. It ngnin plncos tho mat-
tor boforo tho citizens of tho terri
tory. Nothing enn bo oniuotl bv
I'ltl.VCII'l.i: UC UNITY.
"Re-united! One country .tg.iin and
one country forever! Proclaim it
from the press and the pulpit!
Teacli it in the schools,! Write it
across the skies! The world sees
and feels it! It cheers every heart,
North and South, and brightens the
life of every American home. Let
nothing ever strain it again. At
peace with all the world and with
each other, what can stand in the
pathway of our progress and pros
perity?" This is tho sentiment spoken by
the Prosidout of tho United Stntcs
in his speech to tho pooplo of At
lnutn. Yet out bore in lluwaii,
with this sentiment boforo them,
with tho onth of allegiance to tho
United States still fresh from
their lips, nro tnombors of nn ofli- j
oial government circlo who seek to I
continue, nnd nro working to mako
euro tho continuation of tho hnrsh '
political jealousies that havo stint-1
tercd the spirit of unity in this
section of tho United States.
Tho solfiahnoss nnd creed '
for oflico overcomes in their hoarts
tho principlo of unity which I
should clmrnclorize nn American
territory ns well ns tho Amoricnn
nation. Tho principle, tho glnd I
news proclnimed by tho Presidont
of tho United Stntes meets with ,
no hnppy respouso from tho high-1
est ollices of Hawaii when coutiuu-1
ation in oflico is thrcntenod. I
With an Amoricnn nt tho head i
of affairs in this territory, tho ,
unity of tho pooplo in their sup
port of tho United States will ho
ns mnrkod ns tho reunion of the
North nud South. With tho pre
sent ofhcinls rotaincd in power,
there can uover bo tho reunion of
hnnet-t citizouB whoso forces
have beou shattered by tho ill will
of tho pnst, not n whit less biltor
than the sectional differences that
once threatened to rend tho Union
of Slates of which Hawnii is now
That Hawnii mny bo reunited,
thnt tho soon-to-bo declared citi
zens of the United States tuny
havo uo bnrriors of bitterness enst
in tueir way, that tho political
schisms of tho past may bo put
nsido nnd the pooplo stn 1 ru
tin itcd in honrty their ncceptnnco
of Amoricnn principles nud Amor
icnn ndmiui6trntion, the Bulletin
hns championed tho desiio of the
peoplo of Hnwnii that their find
governor shall bo an American by
birth nud education, nu American
unbiased, fair minded and wlioc
loyalty to his nntiou nnd
his ting is firm in its foundation
and quick to respond iu time of
Tho respouso which this dosiie
for unity meets in tho ollicinl cir
clo of Hawaii is n scramblo to ro
taiu oflico on tho part of the chief
executive, and n cmnpnigu on tho
part of tho official orgnn charac
terized by vulgar slurd upon ex
pression of patriotic Americin
soutiraentnnd attempting to cover
loyal American citizous with poli
tical mud rooking with misreprp
Hontniiou and personal spito. The
peoplo of Hnwnii will etnnd re
united under tho Amoricnn ling if
given American ollioinls. They
cannot bo reunited undor the
prosout ollicinl rulo
Thero will bo a meeting of tho
Kniuohamabn Alumni Association
in tho heudqunrtors of thnt orgnni
zntion, Fort stroot, nt 7 o'clock to
morrow ovouing. This meeting
has boon cnllcd nt the requost of
Trubtoo W. 0. Smith, who will bo
piosont to prosout to the boys a
bcheina regarding tho proposed
Itnifiitie Cutler Mct'ulliicli "ere.
The. U. 8. Itovon uo Gutter Mc
Culloch, Hooper commander, ar
rived iu port yostordny afternoon I
from Yokohama. Sho will ro
main hero n few dnys to coal nud
will then proceed to San Francis I
co. lno jUcUuIIocu lias n crow of
eighty-five mou. Hor otlicors nro
0 L Hooper, Captain.
D P Foley, oxecutivo oflicor.
W W Joyncs, navigating offi
cer. W E Atlee, third lieutenant.
J Mel, third lieutonant.
J U Chnlker, chief ougincer.
AV E Mncoun, socond assistant
II F Sahoonborn, third nssis
J B Uroon, M II S, assistant
Tho O. Si O, S. 8. Doric, Har
ry Smith, 11. N. It. commander,
arrived iu port and hauled along
sido tho Pacific Mail wharf nt
about 12 noon today. Sho sailed
from Yokohama on tho 19th inst.
Tho Doric hns rt enrgo of gonernl
merchnndiso for this port ns well
119 0-2 Jnpnuese and 91 Chinone
A pleasant trip from Yokohama
wns spent by the Doric.
Among tho Doric's through
passciiL'ers are ten Spanish friars
from Manila who aro seeking a
Thero are nlso six enlisted moil
nnd two ollicors from the Atnori
cati forces now in Manila. Ouo
of tho ollicors is Captain Stollo
of tho 18th, regulars, who is re
turning homo ou n six months'
sick leave. Tho other is Lieut.
Calkins of tho Moutnun volunteer.
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST deigns 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 oa IMC 1 UHES and FRAMES.
Mi) Mvare Co., Lid.,
-S -S :is A -2 v ' ' "' i C: C ?
1 Juvenile 1
I Mar 8
a 'j w
1$ Olillb $1
These suits are CORRECT- m
ll LY and TASThFULLY
' MADI-; they are both AT- fry
Ay TRACriVE and SLR-
jly We have them in NAVY f
n ULUli and WI11T1: DUCK. i
:li Nothing in the way of a ;k
ji GIFT would be more ac- ;!;
;U ceptahle anil useful to a ;U
jj boy. fa
fi We have MANY other h
jt l:LEGANT ARTICLES m
extremely FELICITOUS fn
j for the SEASON. j
W M M TMFTUTV W
w iu, luumiiiiiu w
ti Modern Clothier. Q
(0 Merchant and Fort Streets. (0
1 . zs-''f"'-vzr.wriSrZ.'
We want everybody to know that
we ape 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.
NEW YEAR !
Go denMe Bazaar
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dulls from 15c to $8 1
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 3 16 Fort St.
British-American S.S. Cos Line
HONOLULU x SEATTLE
Will make MONTHLY round trips, stop
ping at HILO on the down passage.
Arrive in Honolulu dun. SI, 1800.
Leave Honolulu Jmuumy 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 dl
tect route to Central or Cistern States.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO.,
Queen Street. AGENTS.
American Messenger Sorvico
Mnsonio Templo. Telephono
r v !
Dry Goods Go., Limited.
i Handsome Vehicles !
. On tlio Mohican wo received n largo lot of tlio Ijitost Styles
in SUIUtKYS, I'H-irrONS and IIOAD CAIITS, which will mako
ig suitablo Gifts.
j Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W- "W. 'VVItlGMIT, Prop'r.
NEW YEAR RIGHT.
A Jewel Stove. I
A Gurney Cleanable Refrigerator.
A Primus Oil Stove.
Anil many other things.
You can get them all at
The People's Store,
..Von Holt Block, King htreet.
W SSJ nrCORATINfi AND NATURAL
gSi Joi WOOO lINISHINaASPLClALTV.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
1070 Next to l'ollco Station
fout STi:irr, aiiovi: iionUi.
She knows the wants
of her husband, and Is
happy when she cm
surprise him with a
beautiful tie as a New Years
present. We have them
from 25 cents upward.
Best makes and latest
Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Shirts, and ready-to- "
wear clothing for
children and for
Neat, New, Nobby.
A new stock of Boys'
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGrlGT BlOCk
Agents for Dr. Dolmol'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bond for Cataioguo.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono Xo 070.
non't mim it.
Plnco yonr order with tho Now
Euglatul liukory & Oantly Co. if
you wish uico fresh goods for Now
Years. You mako tho bicceat mia-
take of your lifo if you fail to do
inoro ib only ouo Now ding-
laud liukory iu UonoluTu. Don't
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