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THE EVEN1N0 IJULIjETINj HONOLULU, II. J., JANUARY 1, 18H0.
PjNIlhei Lvtfy Dv ncert SunJay. King
Mrerl. Honolulu II I., rv III
BULLUTIN I'URLISIUNG COMPANY.
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Per month. n)here In Hawaiian Islands... f ?5
Pir year '" " " . . 8 a.
Per Mr,totrali, to America. Canaia orMetlco 10 oo
Per year. wtrali, other foreign countile . n oo
"IMvaNelnvarlaMy In nivance.
tlutineas Ottice V'.-.d. Ciiiorlal Rooms, 1(111.
PooftlfP llnx, 40.
THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 18U
And f-till tlio Government has
uo cnmlidntf for tlio Btnntorsliip.
Qiiwiiimn colTce hat a uiniket
of its own nnil tlio problem of
supply is likely to call for more
consideration than the. demand.
Spanish General llios dos not
appear to exprrss auy imitiuulnr
regret that the Philippine insur
goats Bro pottiuK obstreperous.
Tho now fripixlsliip between
Vrynu iuhI Cnrmgio brines to
mind tlio Houicbttnd racket of
lbi)2. Old nequiiibtHuco is nou
"I nm one of tlio-o men who
believe. Hint littlo thnt is grent or
good or pcrrm'uicut for n freo peo
plo can bo accomplished without
the instrumentality of party."
Senator IJonr in nu nddrees to the
U. S. Senate.
No wonder Philippine iimur
cents think thnt Aguiimldo is bul
let proof. According to tho Cnll's
concspoudont Sol. Sheridnn, the
bullet proof patriot titkes mighty
gojii cure to keep out of rnugo of
lloosovolt in his inaugural ud
drebs siiid, "1 bhiill bo governor of
New York for two yours when my
political career rnny close."
"May" is good. The people will
keop lloosevolt in polities as long
as ho is willing to stay.
Grover Olevelnnd in nn anti
expansion interview snys, ''Assum
ing that my views on tho subject
nre nntiqunled and unsuited to
these progrcsbivo daya." Grove
appears to lmvo discovered whnt
tho people diiuk of soruo of his
Consul Wildmnn is in n peck or
trouble. First he is recalled from
bis post and now the Filipino in
Burgentslclaiin he has 817,000 be
longing to them. Ho now doubt
less feels tho force of the assertion
thnt consuls should follow instruc
tions nnd keep quiet.
It is hardly reasonable to expect
those promptod entirely by selnVh
interests to support President
McKinley's policy of oxpnusion
It is not reasonable to suppjse
thnt tho beet riii-jur growa nre go
iug to hnve it nil thhir ovn way in
tho legislation affecting tho new
pot-sessions. As regards our com
mercial interests, Congress may
nccept ono of two moves: estab
lish Hnwnii ou a colonial footing,
charge duties on its products and
allow it to rctnin its present im
migration and shipping lnws, or,
inoorpornto it nB a territory on n
footing similar to tho continental
territories Tho administration
policy points to tho latter aB Hie
proper line for Cougrors to follow
in its deliberations, and unless all
precedents foil, the administration
will have more forco iu tho
deliberations and conclusions of
Congress thnn the purely selfish
demands of the beet sugar grow
ers. Till: IIDUHi: OK Hl'ITK.
Tlio local criticism of Piesidout
McKinloy for honoring Col. T. II.
Harbor with tho rnnk of Brigadier
General is nothing moio or lens
than nn exhibition of petty jVnl
ousy nnd spite. Col. Barber when
hero wus subjected sevoro nnd
much itudorserved criticism, the
the critics nppnrently forgetting
that Hie President of the United
States nnd not the Republic of
Hnwnii was Barber's commander
in chief. Col. Unrbor did bis duty
jirt as fully and hiuornbly as
Colonel Smith of tlio California
regiment or any oilicer of any
rcgimeut in tho war. Ho tended
strictly to business aud his ordors,
nnd not only wns held iu very
high respect by his men but uWo
by nflicers of the army, with tho
possible exception of Gu. King,
although tho ins nnd uutt of his
relations with King hnvo nover
been mndo public Col. Barber
poseessed nil the good points of nn
oilicer nnd n geutlomnn;he enrried
out his ordors faithfully. Whnt
more would tho ollicinl organ of
the Hawaiian Government ask as
n recommendation for promotion.
lKIlti:r.TATIUN IX WASIIIXHTO.V.
Tho oflicinl organ's romurks
about "hostilo legislation" this
morning indicate that some ono iu
looking for tho old job of repre
senting Hnwnii in Washington.
At tho present time the loading
Hawaiian ndvocntes in "Washing
ton nro Attorneys Paul Noumnun
and W A Kiuuoy, Judge Frear,
aud AGM Robertson will soon
bo there. Neumann, Robertson
and Kinney represent Bpeoinl
interests but knowing them as tho
people hero do,it is not to bo sup
posed that thoy will go to sloep in
some back alloy of tho capitol
when mnttors touching Hawaii's
general wolfaro nro before Con
gress. Aside from specinl coun
sellors thoro id Judgo W. F.
Frear. His particular business
in Washington is to watch over
El'iwnii's interests, givo whnt ad
vico Congress may desire nod
moreover ho wns appointed to his
present position as Commissioner
by i.ono other thau President
Can it bo thnt tho oflicinl
organ is not satisfied with Judgo
Frcitr's work ? Can it bo thnt tho
ollicials of Hawaii did not look
with favor upon President Mc
Kinley's selection of Judgo Froar?
Is this an excuse to got Mr. Dole
to Washington without his beiug
asked to como or is it a feeler
thrown out to see if tho people
hore will put up the cash for Bond
ing some of the old guard to tho
It is rather amusing that an
organ that has expressed such
confidence in tho officials iu
Washington, and cried down mak-
iug suggestions from local Bourccs,
should suddenly nnnounco to tho
public that "it is not necessary
that tho argument should bo a
sound ono to secure notion in
Congress unfavorable to our in
terests." This sudden reversal of
sentiment coming as it does from
tho ollicinl organ, calls for almost
as much attoution as tho court re
versals of opinion. If Judge
Froar is not an "active represen
tative," what is ho ?
Xw Muiui?r for Klpiiliiilil.
The Iwalaui arrived iu port at
about 12:15 p. ra. today. Ou this
last trip she traveled 050 miles,
crossing tho Hawaii chnnnel six
timiiH. On Jnnuary 13 sho mndo
a specinl trip from Kokuihnelo to
Kiimhulu, taking Paul Iseuborg
nnd pnrty. Iwalaui returned to
Kuknihnele, tho Iwalaui picked
up Paul Isonborg and party at
The purpose of Mr. Isouborg's
visit to Kipnhulu was to attend to
matters on the plantation, prepara
tory to putting in tho new man
ager, Mr. Bnrokhauson, now head
luun at Kannapali. Mr. Unnn
will retire and probably return
X, P. Plunkrtt Gone.
N. P. Plunkott, ono of tho mon
charged with gross cheat a short
timo ago, and who plead guilty to
tho chargo, left in the Aornngi
yestordny. Sentence, it will bo
remembered, was suspended for
one month with the understanding
thnt Plunkttt loavo the country.
r-iTv - rriTi rrrrmC"
Prnucc mitt Knghiml.
New York, Jan. it. A special to
the Herald from St. Petersburg savs:
It Is absolutely known in (lie
best Informed political and diplom
atic circles here that the govern
merits of Prance and luicl.tiid arc
striving In everyway and In the
most mend I y manner to sniootn
over all the difficulties existing, and
Considerable exasperation is express
ed at those sections of the press In
botli countries which give an op
posite Impression, thereby needless
ly and mischievously exciting pub
lic opinion, i lie iNovoe vremya
miu the iNovostl score tnem.
Llr.Ct y'TTTCit d t rM?iJt.Cit ilfr.ttf ibftiHi 7 ..'
WARSHIPS FOR HAVANA
Now York, Jan. 11. A Bpeoial
to tho Herald from Washington
As n result of n conferenco held
by Secretary Long. Captain A.
S. Ciowniushield, chief of tho
Bureau of Navigation nnd Ronr
Admiral Sampson, tho North At
Inutic squndrou will bo assembled
about the ond of the month nt
Rear Admiral Sampson return
ed to New York after tho confe
euco to porfect details for tho
movement nnd plnu mnnouovres
for tho floot after it lenves Hnvnnn
for n cruiso in tho West Indies.
Aside from its moral effect, tho
mniu object of Admiral Sampeou's
visit to Uavann, will bo to nttnch
the Texas nnd tho Brooklyn to his
Should the situation warrant
such nctiou Ronr Admiral Samp
son will lenvo nu armor clad nt
Havana to aid tho authorities in
dermany'ii Xtvnl Scheme.
Berlin, Jnn. 11. Vico Admiral
Tirpitz, the Secretnry of tho Navy,
informed the Budget Committee
of tho Roichstng todny thnt thoro
is uo intention in nuy quaiW of
intruding n now nnval program.
Ho snid tho authorities hnve
agreed thnt the existing naval
flchemo should be enrried out
within the prescribed limits.
Ktc rhnzy Vt'unta to Kenr,
Now York, Jnn. 11. The Dutch
stenmor Rottordnra which arrived
from Rotterdntn todny, reports
Hint during tho embarkation of
passengers tho police authorities
made n search for Count Walsin
Estorhnzy, who was said to bo
6toppinu in a hotel at Rotterdam,
trying to escape to America.
City ef Columbia Mrn Gone).
Eleven of tho former crew of
tho City of Columbia left for Van
couver iu the Aornugi yastordny.
From there they will go back to
Seattle and other places near by
which they call their homos.
Captain Miluor, commnnder of
the unlucky Btoamor, was- also a
Atfilln In lutllor I'lmcei.
New York, Jan. 11. Tho
American liner Now York, for
merly tho auxiliury cruiser Har
vard, started today on her first
pissago sinco tho Spanish war aB
n merchantman to England, and
trans Atlantic service of tho line
was thus saved from interruption.
BSBSTHE B. & H.fC?
We have received were made specially
for us. from the LATEST illm fnrnlcli.
ed lii advance by the manufacturers.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also making re
duced prices on PICTURES and FRAA1ES.
You Will Always
Find Our Stock
Is the Largest and
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 house?
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
3IG FORT ST.
My Guitars arc noted for tho purity
of their tono.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc., Repaired.
o6q Hotl ttrl. opposite the Arlington.
P. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. HONOLULU, II. I.
ani floor Honolulu Planlne Mill. 1110
la a jplenJIily equipped establishment. It has cour
teous Jrlvers, line horses, an J rubber-tlresj,
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NEW YEAR RIGHT.
Buy Necessities :
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 Klock, Klnu Htreet.
M. O liAM:y. TRrOCRICK W. llANKEY.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Will practice In all the Hawaiian ani United States
Rooms 11-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor, Fort an4 Heretanli it reels, m6
534 FORT ST.,
Near corner ol Chaplain Lane.
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ani In the best possible jnanner. sti6
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Architects and Builders
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Strictly new 1808 Cleutani Bicycles for Rent.
Repairing promptly ani ttioruiK'lilv attnJJ in
All work guaranteed
Every Inch a Man
Whether thirty six or
forty-six. Suits are here
to fit his frame.
Our notion of a rightly kept
stock of reaJy to wear clothes.
And the little man has no
advantage In price.
The growing youngster
feels proud when dressed
"Just like papa."
No better way to train the
young mind In the channel
of self-respect. )
Giant efforts for dwarfish
figures. Give us first call.
The 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 Street : : WaVCrlCy BlOCk
Agents for Dr. Dclmel's Linen-Mean
Underwear. Homl for Cutaloguo.
We Make Shirts to Order.
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WHE E LS
In Finq Condition, Just as Good as Now.
J. T. LUND,
Union Street (Bell Tower).
WUcM Machine Work promptly done.
10 Per Cent. Reduction!
On nnd nflor tlilu date thoro will bo a
REDUCTION OF 10 PER CENT, on
our Gonorators and Calcium Carbide.
BSTCiill and oxmnlno ACETYLENE
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co,
M. M. KOIIN, Manager.
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