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H Evening Bulletin,
EJiflr Published Every Day, except SunJay, t 910 Kin
HrvE ktrcet.Mono1ulu.il I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
W. R FARRINOTON IMItor
DANIEL LCXiAN Clly hdltor
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18,
Il'iwuiiati legislation seems to
Uticlo Sfim'u nnvy sohidS to bo
vory inut'h ' in it" wvou iu tho
Tho ollieinl orgni cotitiuurs its
poBlifiMous cur-liko nttiiuLs upon
ex-Miuistor Sownll. Keop on
with your campaign of porsonnl
spile, it injures no ono but the
oHi"inls for whom tlio orgnu
(it'll. LuMou siyH that only
picked niou will follow him to the
Philippine. As Lnuton himself
is n pickotl man, tho troops soon
to nrriwil on tlui soono lit M'liiiln
will ninlvP things warm for
A cotrecpoi ilf nt iccontly stated
that forimr hupportors of the gov
oruuient cmil In't secure tho np
ptiiitinout ' n pound keeper.
Tru. And it now npprurs thnt
Prcs'dont Dole can't suing oven n.
rond board to his wny of thinking
Tho appointment of Uhonto ns
AmbiiHendor to Grunt Britain tnkee
ono muuo out of the list of pro.
miupnt cnudid'itbs for the United
8lato3 Sourdorahip from New
York. Depow Booms to bo
tho only old stnudby now loft to
It is rather n slrnugo coinci
dence thnt the reinsertion of Mons.
Gnspard de Ooligny's Alabama
claim should urrivo lions nt the
sntuo tinip ns n lottor from Lieut.
Arin-t'rii'g wh win on the notol
crnisor from tho beginning nnd
never know G liguy or any of Iuh
stripe. No one can doubt thu
correctuet-H of what Lieut- Ariu
Commissioner Itobort W.Shingb'
returns to Hiolulu with a woll
merited lnlo of glory about him,
th'tt he ha earned by constaut
untiring work f r tho commercial
interests of Hawaii. Shiugle has
proved himself tlie riht mnn for
tho place, an I LliiW'iii list no
money when tho Legislature ap
propriated funds for the Oiuulm
Exposition pioj ct.
Tho most important uews ro
parding the eiitietil situation in
thu PiiilippmiH is tin stuomdut
that o Hi a in In in Waihiutiou arc
becoming convinced thnt it higher
po.vor than the Filipinos is the
cause of Aguumldo'd obHtreperous
proceedings. This iudicaten that
tho troubles in the United Slates'
Asiatic pojto bions will iueio.iho
rather than inijirovo. Enemies of
the United St'itos and tho MoKiu
ley policj c rtainly have good
material to wmk up in The Fili
piiKH mo evid utly filled with tho
idea that tho,nro able to govern
themselves, and any indication oi
suggestion from any European
potver ur powrn of moial support
is the opportuno pandering to
Aguiualdo concoit that will give
his followers a "till higher idii of
their capacity and impoittuce.
At last iMpurtB tho American
troops at Iloilo hud not landed, a
doliiy that still further fir. s tho
insurgent huaiti with tho idea that
they can succo'hfully combat tho
Americans. Whothor this delny
i du- to orlers from Washington
or Gen. Otis' apparent disinclin
ation to net forcibly is not yet ap
parent. Tin re i re complicalions galore
aid by no no ins tho least is the
question now raised in tho United
S i-t's Si c ntu ih ti l'rprideut
M 'K'nley's nut'iority to use lorce
in tho Philippines,
C0L1GHY AGAIN EXPOSED
Richard Armstrong Resents His Ala
Evening Bulletin Gave Correct History Ala
bama Never BcyonJ Asiatic Waters Bar
lelll Too Noble to Class wlth-Coltgay.
The following letter regarding
the Goliguy and tho Alabama re
ceived by ti local Coutedernte
veteran and personal friend of
many of tho oflicora of tho Ala
bama, demonstrates very clenrly
with what audacious fakeism
Moue. Gaspird do Coligny is
possessed. Mr. Armstrong ovi
doutly misinterprets tho Bulle
tin's reference to Barttoli. It is
far from tho iutoution of this
paper to cast a slur upon tho name
of any man who followed honor
ably tho causo ho belipved just:
My fripnd Mrs. John Mcintosh
Kell, of Suuuyside, Geo., has sont
mo n batch of Honolulu papers,
calling my attention to editorial-,
'to., bearing upon tho cruiso of
tho Alabama, and of tho claim of
one "Monsieur Gaopard do Col
iu'iiv," nnd requesting mo to com
municate the facts to you.
1 hardly understand, at this die
lanco tho controversy between the
editors of tho EvuxiKa Bulletin
and Pncitio Commercial Adver
tiser, but if the contention bo upon
a point of history then the Even
ing Bulletin has tho right oud
of it. I regret howaver that in his
editorial ho should havo alluded to
poor Bartel'i iu such n sneoring
manner. Bartolli was Semmo's
stewaid only n servant, but faith
ful, and true oven unto death
for ho was drowned with the sink
ing Alabama. Tho date and loca
lions of the Alabama given in tho
IJULLtTlN'a editorial (November
10) are correct. The article "Ala
bama Horo" on first pago of tho
Adveitiser of November 12th is
puro fiction. The Alabama dou
bled the Capo of Good Hope both
going and returning from the
China Sea; novel cruised iu tho
Pacific Ocean prop? r, and at no
time wns nearer tho Sandwich Iol
auds thau tho Straits of Suuda.
If "Mousiour Gaipard de Col
igny" claims to have been an of
ficer of tho Alabama, or to have
beou on hor iu any otler capacity,
then he is a fraud and a vory
pretentious ono too if I may
judge from tho illustrious
name his is sailing under.
It would sppoar from this fellow's
claims that honors and dignities
could accrue to n Princo of Condo,
(assuming from his name that he
is liuoally descended from the
famous Gonoral and Admiral),
from service on board tho Ala
bama, which would bo a very high
compliment indeed, but truth of
history, nnd perhaps tho safety of
tho community, demands the
prompt exposure of all ouch
frauds as this psoudo Junior
Lieutenant of tho Alabama.
Tho Officers ot tho Alabama
aro naturally proud of tho fame
f their ship, and jealous of her
honor. I thauk you for the op-
poituuity of exponug tho preten
tions of ouo who would no doubt
have brought discredit upon hor
Yours vory truly,
lllOIIAUD F. AltMSTHONd,
1st Lioutouaut, Coufedeiato
States Navy, and 2nd. Lieut. 0.
S. Steamer, Alabama.
I was Senior Wntch Officer on
tho Alabama from tho dato of hor
commission August 21th, 18C2
to the dato of her death Juno
19th; 1801. It. E. A.
PlIMtll ul ha.
Captain Wilier of the Amelia
wtruck very bad wenther on New
1'eai's Day whilo on the way from
the Sound to Honolulu, lad on
with a cargo of lumbor. Although
not absolutely positive of this fact,
he pays he is quite sure he passed
the U. b. S. Australia on hor way
to Sau Francisco, It will bo re
membered that it was nt this time
tho Australia got into bad weather
and was damaged suporficmlly.
I' vo r"U)l t Tuwnr,
Washington, Jan. 11. The
Souato committeo on Foreign Ito
lations today authorized favorable
reports upon tho nomination of
lion. Uharlomagno Tower to bo
ambassador to tho ltussm, and
Hon. M. C. Harris, to bo minis
ter to Auatro-Hungary.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 18,
Mm. Curler Donotci "or I.iito Ilm
linnil's llooki lo I.nw I.llirury.
Tho following corrcspondonco
Waikiki, Janunry 1G, 1890.
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice
Snpromo Court, Hawaii.
Sir: I havo tho honor to pre
sent to the Govorumont Library
of Hawaii tho law library (con
sisting of ono hundred volumes)
of tho Into Charles L. Cartor.
Mahy H. S. Caiiteu.
Department of tho Judiciary,
Honolulu, II, I , January 18,
Mrs. M. II. S. Carter.
Dear Madam: I havo the pleas
uro to acknowledge receipt of
your donation to tho Law Library
of tho Hawaiian Government of
ono hundred volumes tho law
books of your Into husband, Mr.
0. L. Carter, nu highly osteomed
and htill lamented membor of the
bar of this Court. The books are
a valuablo addition to tho Library
nnd aro vory gratefully accepted
I havo tho honor to remain,
Your obedient servant,
A. F. Judd, Chief Justice
Peoplo living on tho Peninsula
are becoming vory ranch nlnrmed
just now. Within tho past fort
night or so, there have been scv
oral roberrics in tho most thickly
populated part of the place. The
first house on to red was that of
Judge Peterson a couple of weeks
ago. At that time, yweral articles
of value wei'o stolon. Mr
Schwnnck lost a largo pig but
recovered it upon searching about
on tho premises of other people.
On last Monday night H. A.
Pai melee's house was enter
ed, but nothing was taken.
On this sumo night, Judge Peter
son's liotiso was again entered.
As yet, no cluo of the lobbor or
robbors can be found. It is sun-
posed that a couple of native boys
havo been doing all of this work.
Tho mntter will vory probably be
reported nt the police station by
Homo of the residents of tho Penin
sula. C lift N I I'D.
M. A. S. Cnrter, guardian of H.
A. P. Carter and Grace S. Caiter,
minors, has filed hor third account,
showing receipts 815,121, expendi
tnres S11.711.3S, balance S379 02.
The guardian asks to bo discharged
and to havo Geo. It. Carter ap
pointed in horsteucl.
F. M. Hatch 1ms filed a brief
for the Oahu Hailway fc Laud
Co. ns dofendant to tho bill for in
junction of tho Minister of the
The Supromo Court is hearing
the tax appeal of the 0. 11. & L.
Miiy 9Inniie Hiitfiir IC.tate.
Goorgn M. Boote, late manager
of Spreckclsville, has b on offered
tho management of a largo sugar
estate in Louisiana. As the olTor
is a iood one, it is not unlikely
that ho will nccopt. However, hu
had not mndo up his mind when
tho Australia bailed from Sau
B?B?THE B. & H.?
"We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEb r designs furnish
ed In advance by the manufacturers.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also making re
duced prices on PICTURESand FRAMES.
Pacific Mm Co., Ltd
You Will Always
Find Our Stock
Is the Largest and
In the City
While our prices are always a little
under what other stores ask. We are
catering specially for family trade, and
ladies, in housekeeping, or about to start
housekeeping, will find us always ready
to supply the very best goods at the very
lowest prices. Our enormous stock of
pure Linen Damasks, pure Linen Nap
kins, Pillow Casings and Sheetings, Bed
spreads and Blankets, would be hard to
beat anywhere. We carry a full line in
all the most popular brands of bleached
and unbleached Muslins. We will retail
them, cheaper than they can be bought at
The question is often
asked, How can you sell goods any
cheaper than any other bouse ?
That is easily answored we do a
CASH business, and do not have to
add io, 15 or 20 per cent, as the
case may be, to pay for the losses
on credit customers. "Don't you
want all the customers you can get ? "
Well, no, not unless they are CASH
CUSTOMERS. It would be treat
ing "Mr. Cash" unfairly to try and
make him pay the losses of "Old
Credit" and his family, and if we
DID then WE would NOT be the
316 FORT ST.
United Chinese Society.
At the regular meeting of the United
Chinese Society, held on the 3rd Instant,
the following were declared duly elected
as officers of the Corporation for the ensu
ing year, viz :
President Ylin Quon.
Vice-President Chu Gem. '
Secretary Chang Kim.
Assistant Secretary Leong Pak bum.
Treasurer Kee Kan.
Assistant Treasurer Lo Den Kill.
Secretary of United Chinese Society.
Honolulu, H. I., 10th January, 1899.
My Guitars aro noted for the puribj
of their tono.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc, Repaired.
o6t t Until street, opposite the Arlington.
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, II. I.
snj floor Honolulu Planing Mill. mo
Dry Goods Co.,
NEW YEAR RIGHT.
Buy Necessities :
A Jewel Stove.
A Gurney Cle'anable 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 mock, King Htreet.
M. G. DARNCV. I RtUCRICK W. llANkCV.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Will practice In all the Hawaiian anj United Slates
Rooms 11-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. Tort ani lleretania streets m6
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Lane.
Cleaning anJ Repal'lni: at Short Notice,
and in the bevt pnslt le tnanrur. 1116
H. L. KERR & CO ,
Architects and Builders
Rooms 9 ani 10,
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone iji. in6
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St.,opp.Cnsllc& Cooke
Slrldly new 8o8 Cleveland lllcjcles (or Rent,
Repairing promptly onJ thoroughly attenJeJ to.
All work cuaranteeJ.
Every Imi a Man
Whether thirty six or
fortylx. Suits are here
to fit his frame.
Our notion of a rightly kept
stock of rejdy to wear clothes.
And the little man has no
advantage In price.
The growing youngster
feels proud w hen dressed
"Just like papa."
No better way to train the
young mind in the channel
Giant efforts for dwarfish
figures. Gle us first call.
1 he five-dollar hatter Is
the greatest living example
Thinks his name adds two dollars
worth to every hat. Same
hat here, three dollars.
9 Hotel Streot : : WflVGrlBT BlOCt
Arouu tor Dr. Ddiutjl'a Lluen-Mesb
Underwear. Semi ffir Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopltono No (I7U,
In Vino Condition, Just ns Good ns Xow.
I. T. LUND,
Union Street (Bell Towei).
-Ll6ht Machine Work promptly done.
10 Per Cent. Reduction?
On nnd nftor this dato thoro will be a
INDUCTION OK 10 l'i:n CENT, on
our Gonurntors nnd Calcium Carbide.
BSTCall and nxaintno AOI7I' YLTCNE
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.
M. M. KOHX, Mnnagor.
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