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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 30, 1898.
f.tilshel Cvrrv Day. txcept SunJay. at no Kin;
strl. Honolulu, II I., bv the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.rANRINGTON EJItor
DANIEL LOGAN City EJItor
Business Oftice !i.1l. EJItorlil Rooms, 1UU,
Postoffice Hot, 404.
F1UDAY, DEO. 30, 1898.
Advices by tho Peking nro that
Proaident DoIo'b trip to Washing
tou is, nccording to tho statement
of n Cabinet Minister, still iudofi
nite. In viow of the fivct that the
Hawaiian bill is now being dis
cussed in Congress, this is strange.
Isn't it strauge, ollicial organ
A WnHliingtou despatch suys
thnt tho Uiiwuiinn ports of entry
aside from Honolulu will be,
"llilo, Mahukonu niul Kabiutus."
Tho telegraph editor must have
had one too many when he got to
tho last, or have boon freeli from b
trip to Alaska. Knhiiitus lias yet to
appear on the Hawaiian map.
The House and Seua'o aro play
ing havoc with the ppt Republic
of Hawaii schemes of tho Commis
sion's bill, and straugo to say no
dissenting voico is being raised bj
tho American nioinbers of that
Commission. Property qualiGca
tions and retention of local offici
als in power are going overboaul
at the first sand off. As the deli
berations conliuuo, the people of
tho territory will realizo thnt the
United States annexed Hawaii
Hawaii didn't annex tho United
Stnles. Tho BuixmS' views with
satisfaction the drift of events.
The American ilag floats here, let
Jho territory ho thoroughly Amor-
Tho summing up of tho memo
rials presented to tho United
States Senate opposing tho expan
sion policy gives tho following
number of feigners:
Massachusetts, 1435; "Wost Vir
ginia, 101; Indiana, 74; Ohio, CO;
Glorida, 47; New York, 45; Virgi
toin, 30; Vermont, 20; Maryland,
16; Pennsylvania and Illinois,
each 15; Rhode Island, 12; Now
Hamp-diiro, 0, California nud Mis
souri, 3 oach; Wisconsin and Ten
nessee, '2 oach; aud Maine, Colo
rado, Iowa and Nevada, 1 oach.
The Hawaiian society of the
Sous of Calamity hotter have a
meeting and vote that tho Adver
tiser writo 8omo more editorials
coudomning tho American policy.
Blanco has arrived in Spain.
King Oscar II of Sweden is very
Senator Toller of Colorado
comes out in favor of expansion.
It is roported that John E. Soarlb
mav rotiro from tho Sugar Trust.
Iter. Win. II. Piatt, D. D., form
er pastor of Gmco Church, San
Fraucisco, is dead.
Samuel (Jumpers has been ro
elected President i.f the Auietican
Federation of Lnbor.
A re( ort on the Now York slock
exchange December 15 is that the
sugar war between the Trust aud
Arbuckles has beou ended.
Concord, Mass., Dec. 21. Col
onol Edward S. Barrott, national
president of the Sons of tho Amer
ican iievoiuuon, waB Kiueu oy inn
ing from a window of his homo
boro today. Ho was about Gu
venrs of ane.
Paris, Deoembor 20. Tho Drey
fus secrot dossior was hauded to a
Court of Cassination this evening
under tho pledge that it should
not be communicated to tho coun
sel for tho defense or to anyono
outside the court.
WubhiDgtou, Dec. 21. At to
day's Crtbiuot meoting Secretary
Hav was tho only absentee. The
President stated to those members
who did not accompany him on
his trip that ho had decided to ap
point our present Embassador to
ltus6ia, Hon. Ethan Hitchcock,
Secretary of tho Interior, to suc
ceed Mr. Bliss, who rttireH from
that office upon tho qualification
of Mr. Hitchcock, which is expect
ed to take placo some timo in Feb
SAD ENDING OF A SAILOR
Horrible Deed ol Self-Mutilation
More Wells Being Sunk on Maul Death of
Old Resident ol Walluku An
Infant Also Dies.
Wailuku, Maui, Docember 29.
Errick Adolphson, an ablo sea
mail on board tho American brig
Cousuelo, a Norwegian by birth,
met with a fatal accidont at Wai
ohu last Sunday, Christmas Day,
whither ho aud his shipmates hnd
gone ou horseback to see a native
8 and u v school luau. It is said
that Errick was riding on his
liorso with an oasy gait whou tho
girth of his saddle gavo way and
no was thrown to tho ground, his
head striking a big stone. The
injured man was carried to tho
Malulani hospital, Wailuku, whoro
Dr. Weddick was summoned to
attend him, but ho died on tho way
to tho hospital. On tho following
day, his remains were hurried in
tho cemotery ou tho sand hills.
Tho decoasod was about
30 years of age, but his
shipmates know very little of him
aud his family
ino coroners lury wuo mot ati,i,0 ,: r.n or0 .. ii, Q
tho Wailuku courthouso on Wod-
ceased enmo to his death from
wounds received by falling from
his horse, and was actually killed i
at Waioliu, on Decembor 25,
Thohorso riddon by tho unfor-
tunato fellow belonged to a Jap
aneso nt Kahului.
A Chinaman named Ah Chu
performed a vory successful oper -
ation on himself in Wailuku jail
ou xuiirauay morning about u
o'clock. Ho wont out sometime
before that to get his broakfasd,
aud immediately returned to his
coll with a sharp knifo concealed
in his clotnes. A prisonor passed
bv his cell a ew winutes later
aud found Ah Chu sitting on tho
lloor most shockingly rnutilatod,
with disuiotnberod parts of his
person lying besido uittl. D.
Crowell, tho head jailor, ordorod
tho parts carried away and given
a descent burial. Ah Chu is
sorving two years for petty lar
ceny and Ij&s btjau a trusty around
W'iiiuku jail, but of lato ho has
beon going out to work on his
road which was disagreoablo to
him hencothc hideous self muti
lation. Tho McCandloss Brothers havo
completed boring four now 4
million gallon wells at Kaanapali
for the Pioneer Mill, and are now
getting ready for operations at
Lahaina proper, whoro they will
boro two six-million gallon wells
near tho mill and twelve wells
oach of four million gallons'
capacity, for irrigating tho cano
Colds nround tho highlands back
of Lahaina. Captain Ahlborn,
tho energetic mnnager.is planning
to extend his Holds toward tho
Tho two months' old baby of
Mr. aud Mrs. Moyor of Kahului
died pn Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth ltogors, au old
resident, died at hor homo nt
Wailuku last Monday morning,
aged 17 years. Hor maiden name
was JJdvaucueiio. me iunuim
took plnco Tuesday morning, Kev.
Fathor Liebort officiating.
Wailuku, Dec. 29. Tub brig
Coufliiolo leaves today in ballast
tor Honolulu to load nugar for
The barkentino Hespor is still
ni loading her cargo of coal from
Xewcastla, N. S. Hor futuro
destination is unknown. It will
take about ten days moro to unish
unhvidiug her cargo.
The American barkentiuo
Wrestler arrived at Kahului last
NVeduosday, '21 days from San
Francisco with a cargo of general
This nftornoon and tomorrow
are tho last two days of tho Regi
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying Me busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
r "um i t. ' tuUD'olTViBovcral staff corps, and adding n
of 1. bilya, . Kogors, J. H. now provision for 100 army den
Ihomas, J.V. Kerr, AV. L. Bal tiBl, witu tho rank of first Heut
and u. Schraeder, rendered tho ennntB,
following verdict: "That tho do '
llitarlnit 1 Ininrnhnn OQ nnt,,in(iHn '
Tncomii on the Way.
San Francisco, Decembor 21.
Tho ship Tocoma will sail at 10
o'clock this morning for Honolulu
with 111 army mules on board.
At Honolulu tho mules will be
turned out for a fow weoks' oxer
ciso and will thon bo reshipped,
along with 200 mulos and horses
already in Honolulu, and tho
whole huuch will bo taken to
Manila for tho uso of tho United
States troops stationed thero. In
addition to tho livo stock tho Ta
coma carrios in her hold a largo
assortment of wagons, dump carts, ,
grading plows and othe things i
necessary in tho work of improv-1
ing tho roads through Uncle Sum's
latest territorial acquisition.
Lioutenant J. O'Shoa of tho!
Fourth Unitod Stutos Cavalry is i
in chargo of tho livo Btock on tho j
Tacoraa. Votoriuary Surgeon
Brown of tho Army will look after
the health of tho animals and
Lioutonaut Hinckloy of tho "Wash-'
ington Voluuteors will supervise ,
tho running of tho condensing and
voiitilating machinery. Uapt
Pederson commands the vessel.
Drntl.ts for llio Army.
Washington, December 20.
The House Coratnittco on Mili
tary Affairs completed considor- I
ation of tho nrmy reorganization
bill today and ordorod it reported
to tho House. Tho most impor-
Innr nhnnnna innrln trwf n wnrn
i:mu tnr !i,n :. ,nnf tn ti,
P Alll'j'l ATI
Iljll IJIj LI II II
! TAT) j R A
for us. from the LATEST designs furnish-
eJ in advance by the manufacturers.
Until January 1st
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also nuking re
duced priceson PICTURESand l-RAMES.
;j Crash Derby &
We have just received a
l large assortment of these f
j Hats, which have acquired ;J;
such popularity in Honolulu. j
M For the FIRST TIME we (0
W are showlnc CRASH IN (!i
( Merchant and Fort Streets.
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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.
NEW YEAR !
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to 58 1
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
British-American S.S. Co.'s Line
Will make MONTHLY round trips, stop
ping at H1LO on the down passage.
Arrive In Honolulu Jan. SI, 1800.
Leave Honolulu January 27, 1800.
The S. S. "Garonne " Is a large and
finelv enulnned steamer, with roomy, com
fortable and convenient passenger accom
modations. . , , ,
Connections with Northern Pacific and
Great Northern Railways, affording dl-
lect route to t-entral or bastem stales.
Amoricau Moasenger Sorvico
Masonic Toraplo. Tolophono
"A A "A " r7" Ufll "A TH "A
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Si 1 nil 1
ill On tho Molilcan wo rccolvcil n largo lot of tlio Ijitost Stylos
In SUIUIKYS, riM.TONS niul ItOAD CAItTS, wlilch will make
Honolulu Carriage manufactory
NEW YEAR RIGHT.
A Jewel Stove.
A Gurney Cleanable Refrigerator,
A Primus Oil Stove.
And many other things.
You can get them all at
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
.Von Holt llloek, IClng street.
KW Ktff DECORATING AND NATURAL
B S3 WOOD riNISIUNG A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
1070 Next to 1'ollco SUUIon
"A "A "At il "A "A lit "A 11 "A "A
FOUT STltUCT, AllOVE HOTEL.
She knows the watts
of her husband, and Is
happy when she can
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
children and for
Neat, New, Nobby. x
A new stock of Boys'
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Doltnel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 070.
IXHi't Mlai II.
Placo your order with tlio Now
England Bakery & Candy Co. i
you wish uico fresh goods for Now
Years. You mako tho biggest mis
take of your lifo if you fail to do
so. Thoro is ouly ouo Now Eng
land Bukory in Honolulu. Don't