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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 9, 1899.
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Published Every Day, except Sunday, it io Klnf
ttreet, Honolulu, H, I , by the
Bulletin Publishing Company.
W. R FARRINGTON.
DANIEL LCX5AN. .. .
. . Editor
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Pusiness Oftice 50. UJilorlil Rooms, 1(11),
Postoffice Box, 404,
MONDAY, JAN. 9, 1899.
Tho Nuwlnnda Resolution did
nothing it it didti'l cronto a lot of
It is to bo hoped the exposition
soheino will receive moro thau
passing nttcntion from local busi
Honolulu should treat the new
Tacoma mulos with especial kind
ness. Thoy nro fresh from the
Tho success of the second trip
of tho ship Tacoma is n shining
example of tho adage, "if at 6rst
you don't succeed, etc."
Tho sugar trust opposes expan
sion. If the mugwumps had their
way tho sugar trust would "run"
the nation. But it doesn't.
If Federal ollicinls are required
to onforco Federal laws, possibly
tho present incumbents would not
object to recoivinjj special com
Tho mon who triod to boar tho
real estato and stock market by
expounding tho horrors of specu
lation have retired to innocuous
desuetude. Liko gold brick deal
ers, there are no opportunities for
them in Honolulu.
American volunteers believe in
commerce following tho ling with
a vengeance. Tho Astor battery
has organized tho Philippine De
velopment Association of Volun
teors. When tho mon get their
dischargo somo of tho millionaire
privates oraong tho volunteers wjll
make it interesting for nine-dollar
As a memiB to annexation and
as on oxamplo to go by under
American sovereignty tho Consti
tution of Hawawii is regarded as
two very different propositions.
The peoplo of the United are now
to having brought to their atten
tion what bitter pills the rank and
file of tho anuexatiouists swallow
ed, and still looked smiling, in
order that the causo might be
Now York papers state that
Congressmen from tho South con
template the introduction of bills
requiring property qualifications
for voters similar to that found in
the Hawaiian territorial bill
What's sauce for thogooso is sauce
for the gander, and as tho Amer
icon peopo aro uot yet proparod
to throw overboard tho priuoiplo
of manhood suffrage, tho chances
are that Hawaii will oontually bo
given the freedom of franchise,
which, bb ii territory of tho United
States, it should have.
IIII.O AM) TIIU TKIUUTORY.
Ono of the interesting features
of the kick made against tho Tor
ritoiial bill by tho peoplo of Hilo
and Hawaii is tho fact that 'those
oitizensdo not endorso tho general
Bohomo of tho constitution of tho
Ropubho of Hawaii. The atten
tion of our Hilo friends is called
to changes that are being roado in
"Washington which are in lino
witUtbo American idea. The
rjUkpawitativoa of the American
peoplrt at Washington are doing
tho work that is expected of them.
It is worthy of notice too that Son
ator Cullom, chairman of the
Commission and n member of tho
cnmmitlco that reported tho Ha
waiian bill to tho Senate, is not
seriously objecting to tho Amer
icanizing process through which
tho bill is passing.
Great stress is boing laid upon
the possibilities of town and
country organizations. Hilo peo
plo seem to tako it for granted that
Honolulu is bound to oinoh
thorn whichover way tho logisla
tiyp elections go. The idea sooms
(o bo that tho organization of
local municipalities will bo staved
off as long as possible Iu this
respect our Hilo frionds aro cry
ing beforo thoy aro hurt or before
thore aro any particular indica
tions that tho pooplo of tho terri
tory want to hurt thorn. Tho
provniling sentiment of the terri
tory from Hawaii to Niihau is
against the continuanco of tho
present centralization. Under
tho present rogimo tho pondulum
has swung about as far as
possiblo.in this direction, and tho
peoplo aro simply waiting for tho
United States to give thorn tho
opportunity to swing it tho
other way toward indepondont
municipalities. This sontiment
is boing voiced in tho universal
domand for an Amorican at tho
head of affairs. It is also evidonc-
cd by tho fact recognized through
out the torritorry that the first
logislaturo will not be in sym
pathy with tho present official rogimo.
The disposition of Congress
will bo to creato such a territorial
law that tho people may work out
there own salvation. Hilo's dis
position as expressed in tho
Horald is "bettor no ohango in
present conditions than a failuro
to got just what wo want." To
champion such a plan is to block
tho American progress for fully a
year with no guarantee for ful
filling their domands at tho ond
of that period. Isn't it bottor to
get tho entering wedgo of Ameri
can progress started as soon as
NOT ALTOGKTHICIl WRONG.
Soma of tho merchants in Ho
nolulu have seemingly taken of
fense at Mr. Sowall for having
written a letter to Washington
asking for the prompt enforce
ment of United Statos tariff laws
here owing to a schomo of "somo
business mon to transship goods
of European manufacture to the
United States and thus realize an
extra profit on account of tho dif
ference in the tariff.' Mr. bewail J
was not altogether wrouc in his
statoment, though tho intention to
tako advantago of tho tariff may
not have been on tho part of white
merchants. Moro than a year ago
an exceptionally bright Japauoso,a
mercbantin Honolulu disclosed to
tho writer just such a scheme and
be afterward went to Japan for
tho purpose of buying goods to bo
taken from Hawaii to tho United
States in tho evout of annexation.
Mr. Sowall may havo heard of thia
plau, for moro than ono Japanese
was concerned and information on
such subjects is quickly nud freo
ly disseminated. Tho Honolulu
merchants aro naturally and just
ly jealous of thoir reputation for
integrity and aro prompt to deny,
and provo tho denial of any charge
rotlocting upon their business
methods. iho .Herald has no
idea who Mr. Sowall roferred to
in his'ollicial lotter, but in throw
ing tho dart ho hit someone, oyon
though that Bomoono didn't hap
pen to bo a whito man. To tho
custom officials of tho United
States, or to the morchant thoro,
complexion docs not play an im
The band played Wagner's
Walkuoro in lino stylo at the
Makeo Island concert Sunday aft
ornoou. Tho boys had bcon at
work for threo weeks, trying to get
this mastorpicco iu good shape. It
was hard work but Prof. Borgor
had tnado up his mind to play it,
and ho worked along.with tho
boys. Tho Walknero will bo re
peated at Emma Square this ovon
ing. Prof.l Borgor intends soon
to nivn minli nieces as tho Goiter.
dammering and Porcival.
Kbe Will be Here About Ten Dnye
According to present indica
tions, tho ship Tacoma will bo
hero for about ton days yot. Tho
provisions, ambulances, carts, etc.,
will take her a wook at loast to
discharge. Then thoro will bo n
taking on about 300 tons of coal
for ballast. Tho Tacoma is so
high that sho lists and it will b6
necessary to tako on tho amount
of coal mentioned to prevont this.
Tho wagons, ambulances, otc,
that are being discharged from
the Tacoma aro all providod with
wide tiros. Tho complaint against
tho first lot brought by tho Ta
coma was so great, that tho auth
orities looked into tho mattorf and
found staring thorn in tho lace,
tho "wide tiro "net." Thoy actod
Tho Tacoma will tako through
to Manila, somo 200 horses and
mules. Extra stalls on tho upper
dock aro now boing provided for
tho animals. Tho vory best of
caro will be given them and Lieut.
O'Shca hopes to land in Manila
tho samo number ho tokos on hero,
Tho mulos brought by tho Ta
coma saw servico in Cuba. Thoy
woro landed in Jblorida, taken
north and then transported to San
Lieut. O'Shoa was on duty in
Arizona when called away to tako
tuo responsibility of transporting
men and mules to Manila. Ho is
an nblo young Irishman with a
very promising futmo beforo him.
Captain Peterson and Liouts.
O'Shoa and Hincklov havo a ere at
deal of interest to toll about the
trip to Honolulu. Thoy all threo
cleolare that tho mules learned to
boat a tattoo on the trip down.
Liouts. O'Shoa and Hinckloy
toll of tho surprise of the Iron
Works men in San Francisco
when, upon dealing with them
for blowors thoy asked them,
about tho capacity of a mule's
luncs and kindred questions that.
though they appeared 'of a trivial
nature, wore nearly all important.
I.KAHK GOER Hall.
Hnwnllnn Fruit & Packing Comprny
No iv KnUlnir Hutxar Cane.
J. F. Brown, Land Agont. at
noon sold tho lease for 21 years of
remnants of Government land'at
Pouhala, Ewa, containing 3.47
acres and adjoining the Govern-,
mont road and lands of tho Ha
waiian Fruit & Packing Co. Tho
upsot rental was $25 per annum.
John Emmoluth was present to
represent tuo id. 1. fc.l'. Co.,
applicant for tho lease, but ho had
opposition and only secured tho
lease at $37, or an advanco of S12
on tho upset price. Tho company
having sold its cannery and given
up pineapple cultivation is now
planting sugar cauo on its lands
to soil to ono of tho neighboring
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Next to 1'ollco Station
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Short and long sleeves, 50c.
Peperill Twill Drawers
Stocking Bottom, 50c.
Black, Tan and
Boys' Shirt Waists
2Sc, $oc, I1.00 all sizes.
Neck Ties "
In all shapes, from 25c and up.
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Underwear. 80ml for Catalogue.
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