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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU,. H. 1., JANUARY 6, 1899.
PublUVJ Every Day, except Sunday, t no King
Hretl, Honolulu, II I., by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL ICXIAN City Editor
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FRIDAY, JAN. G, 1899
The iirincipnl work of tb
Americana iu Oiihn seems to bo to
convince tho people of tlin islund
that tlit) Uuitcd Statos took n hand
in affairs simply to straighten
tUoin out, not to kpp permanent
MOKK COMPLKTH AMUUICAMSM.
Report from Manila indicate
that the best business opeuiugs
are in the restaurant and saloon
trade. Evidently tho principal
desire in tho now American
possessions is to eat, drink and
Senator Whitn objects to an nex
ing distant and bnrbario lmids
As the Senator's State was not so
Very many years ago peopled by.
wild and imrburio waudererd, his
plea against abandouing prece
dents hardlyjiolds good.
( Visiting members of Aeitinaldo'b
Cabinet Lave all opportunity to
note in Hawaii whui AmQWab
rnlo does for tho islands of th .
PaciGc. The United States wil
do more in a week towards brac
ing up Mauilit and its surround
Jogs thin Spain baa dono in a
Tho official oigan atill Bct,uirmE
under the lash of its own iistop
rosentatinnB. it doesn't care to
meution that Minister Cooper, in
bis confidential letter to Mr. Hatch
M'y 10th, Hinted that he was
ready lo go to tho front with (lit)
Americau troops. An inlerpbiiug
feature about th? neutrality bus!
ness is that tho Advertiser is the
only piper that is worrying over
tho sWenrpte it hH madp,
Tho final decision of tho
upremo Court on the Chinose
.habeas corpus cas?s tonds to set
tho publio mind wondering as to
just whore the authority of tho
local courts begins and onds in
Federal affairs. ' As has been
previously stated, tho orginalde
cisiau of the Ohiof Justico ap
pealed to tho senso of juBtico of
the layman's mind It was im
possible for the Chiueso who left
here previous to annexation toknow
uf or comply with the laws which
wore Inter established. The Chiof
Justico was fair, provided he was
aesun d of his power to act.
Tho majority of tho court now
establishes tho law that tho Ha
waiian court has no jurisdiction,
and that Hawaii has no business
in interfering with tbo orders
Commissioner Brown has recoiv
od diroct from tho United States
Treasury aopartmont. Xne ques
tion now goes up to tho fountain
head, the United States, aud we
will not venturo a prediction
whether tho Chinese will be al
lowed to land or not.
Since tho court has rulod itself
out of the Chiaoso business, tho
question now arises, why tbo Ha
waiian govornmont should not go
still further and, for instance,
dosist from requiring local ships
to tako a flag and registry that
was put out of existence on Aug.
Th principal point, howevor,
that nil this legal wrangling has
brought oat is the demand, for tho
speedy extension of full Amorican
law and gospel ovor Hawaii. Tho
territory is American jnd yet it is
nt American, and the hair split
ting that is necessitated is neither
couduoivo to the welfare of tho
United Statos au or Hawaii. Tho
lpgal homo is divided against
itaolf, and it would stand on a
much moro satisfactory basis
to tho pcoplo if given the completo
Amoricail footing. Tho territory
rests first on itsHaiaa footatid
then on its American, uod T,'e
tho Nowlands Resolution did tho
business so far as the Aug raising
vim coucerned, tho contiunod Ha
waiiau idontity creates a condi
tion that the American Congress
will do well to speedily change.
IN FREE KINDERGARTENS
Monthly Review of Work That is Being
How' the Holidays Were Spent Some Changes
Made Death Takes a Prominent and
WlUtfli OPPOSES EXPANSION.
0ongreti8mau-elect RoberlB, tho
Utah mnn who has threo wiveB is
having all kinds of trouble ou
acconnt ol his numerous raatri
monial alliances. Sumo of the
women's societies are making a
strong fight ngainst him because
ho is a bigamist. Harper's Week
ly sucaests that it Mould be moro
correct to term hirr a trigamist.
Members of Couu'euB however
inclined to the conviction. Hint
iuo politicians liave no right to
question the family relations of n
m-raber of dngieea. Alth uyh
the multiple wio theory of tlio
Utah colony is olj ctionablo to
msny Ameiicaus, tho chargfs
against Itoberti srom to be on
about tbo WiiO piano as tho A. P
A. movement. If a man ib hou
eat, accepts American principles
and fulfills his duty to tho people
whom he reprbttijts tho oonstitu
turn of tho United States does not
provide the way to quo-Jtiou hir.
LOBT-A BAlLTfl WAftttlNOTON.
' Advertiser editor
ial. Dec. I7i8q8:
"Nothing can pre
vent ' Mr. Dole's
visit (to Washing
ton) but serious
Star news Item,
Jan. 5 i&: Pres
ident Dole did not
receive a call to
Washington by to
day's steamer. "I
hardly think now
that I will eo," said
Ar. Dole this morn
ing, for the reason
that the committee
work is about fin
ished up and there
sterns hardly any
necessity for my
making the long
Wo have no coraraonts or sug
gestions tu miik , except thnt the
Advortisor might ueo some of its
former statements as ti-xts for
Doein't Brlleva In raking
Barbaric Li nil.
Los Angelos. (Cal.) Deo. 29.
Uuited Statos Senator Stephen M.
Whito left this morning over the
Santa Fe route for Washington
In an interview with a reporter of
the Express regarding the Philip
pino quoation ho said:
"I am utterly opposed to the
acquHtiou of distant and barbaric
lnud. It appears to me foolish to
embark on a lino of polioy which
wp bavo heietoforo uovor aooo. m
is my earnest conviction that the
enrrviuc out of tho expansion
program will prove disastrous to
to the republic ns such. Tho ro
suit may bo postponed for years
but it will be reacuod it wo auau-
don our precedents ."
11KMAINS OF COLUMBUS.
Hlillt Having Them OtT Hoard Itrachet
Bermuda, Dec. 22. Tlio Span
ish Bliips Infanta Isabol and Coudo
do Vonadi, bound from Havana
for Sptiu, arrived horo on tho
lihh for coal Hnd provisions and
are detmned in quarai tino for ou
corvation. The Condo de Vensdi
is said to have on board tho re
mains of Christopher Columbus in
irausit for Spain.
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Free Kindergarten Association
was held in Emma ball this morn
inc. Tboro was a full attendonce
of tho ladies.
Reports wero received from all
of tbo sohools but thoro was not
much to eond in on account of tho
holidays. However, all the schools
were shown to bo in a flourishing
The Portucueso cbildron made
their Christmas prosents for tho
unfortunate children at tho receiv
The Association appointed Miss
Lawronco a committee nupoworod
to spond a small amount of monoy
to supply the special neods of the
cbildron in tho receiving station
kindergarten that was formed re
cently by the Sisters.
Tho Ohineso children made
their prosents for tho branch
Ohineso kindergarten on Hotol
street while tho Japnnoso rondo
theirs for thoir parents. The Ha
waiian school bad an intoresting
Tho Kapnlama kindorgarlon
joined with the Eapalama Chapel
Sunday School in their Christ
mas. Juies rope sent word to
tbo Association that sho was very
muoh in noed of clothes for the
children of tie Enpslamo Sunday
School. The association will help
out as muoh as possible Tho
ladies hope that people of the city
will take notice of this appeal.
Some of tbo Eapalama kindergar
ten children are in a very ragged
There has beon a gro.it deal of
sanitary treatment at Kapnlama
on tho part of Mrs. Thompson
and her assistants, Tho Govern
ment has been kind enough to
furnish tho necosBary matorials.
Tho kindergarten at Kakaako
has now about forty-two children
and is in a very flourishing con
dition. The Ewa school has
Mrs. F. J. Iiowrey has resigned
as chairman of the Ewa school
and Mrs. Geo. Seutou his been
fiat in hor place. Miss Ohamber
ain and Miss Eldredgo have re
signed from tho publication com
mittoo and Mrs. Andrews has
takon thoir placos. Miss Char
lotte Hall was placed on tho visit
ing committeo for the Eakaako
school with Mrs. 8. M. Damon.
This place was mado vacant by
the death of Mrs. M. N. Sanders.
Resolutions of regret wero. pass
ed by the association on tho death
of Mrs. Sanders.
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wholesale price are the values we pro
pose to give you. Compare our qualities
you will be more than satisfied. We
would have you look at some special
values in Pure Linen Damasks and Table
Napkins ; better qualities, lower prices
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited.
jTHE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.j&4?SS,,p
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
' Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 I
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 3 16 Fort St.
NEW YEAR RIGHT.
OKI for the llllnoli.
. Ohicaao. December 29-r-Abra-
liam Lincoln in baB-reliof on a
tablet of bronzo may adorn tho
turret of the battleship Illinois.
Formor Congressman George E.
Adams has written to Uovornor
Tanner Hskmg him to recommend
to tho Loiiirtlatnro for an Hppro
piia ion for a memorial tablet of
that design. Besides tho figure of
the mnrtvr President, Mf Adams
Riirrirents that an iiiBUiiotiou bo
dImccI boW with extracts from
I Lincoln's Gettyburg's Bpeech.
THE B. & H.J
Buy Necessities :
A Jewel Stove.
A GurneyCleanable Refrigerator.
A Primus Oil Stove.
And many other things.
You can get them all at
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed In advance Dy xne manuiatiutco.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also maklne re
duced prices on PICTURES and FRAMES.
T. "V. TZ.ITSG; Loasoe
tlnn. 0, 1800.
Vaudeville Entertainment 1
By tho Clovorest Artists of tlio Day.
NEW SONOS ! NEW DANCES I
- , ALISTAR PERFORMERS
Roeervoil Seats on salo at Faclflc Cyclo
& Manufacturing Co.'s.
Doors open at 7:30,
Forformance nt 8.
Rosorvod Chairs, 60a; gonornl ad
mission, 25o. 1085
The People's Store.
....Von Holt Block, King street.
She Knows the wants
of her husband, and Is
happy whin she on
surprise him with a
beautiful tie ns a suitable
present. We have them
frjm 25 cents upward.
Best makes and latest
Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Shirts, and ready-to-wear
children and for
Neat, New, Nobby.
A new stock of Boys'
9 Hotel Street
: Waierlcj Block:
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-MoBb1
Underwear. 8eul fur Catalogue
Your Roof and
Should be put in thorough repair
before you are washed out during
the heavy rains.
1 stand ready to do any necessary
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolephono No 070.
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AU Work duarnntood and Promptly
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LETIN not receiving their pa-
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49Ught Machine Work promptly done.
MKIUIIAM roil 15MUASHAD0U.
InT. Murray's Carriage Shop. ' IMS OfflCC, Telephone 2$6.
New York, Dec. 29. A dip.lch
to tho Hprnld from Washinptaa
eays: Former Governor Merr'tfja f
of Minnesota, is caul to be slarj
to Bucooed Secretary Hitohcook aa
Embassador to Russia. Mr.
Merriam's ,frionds assert with
every indication of assurance that
tbe incident is closed botweeu tbo
President and tho former Gov-
Iernor and his name will go toUUo
Senate soon after tho holidays.
iVjfrh' iiiSi'ft''iM1r:,!aJhwtvht ..taty frdjtit .