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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. l, JANUARY 28, 1899.
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Published fcvery Day, except Sunday, at no King
treel, Honolulu, II, I , by the
W. R. PARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN .. City Editor
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SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1899,
Ships currying Hiiwniiuti regis
ters might bu cliiBKfii n pirnteB if
wo were liviui! iu tbo liuccni cor
ing dnyn. Tbi-y Imvh a liny hut
California's eenntorial war holds
o i with no clmniics in tun bnllot
iny. The ngropmcnt to tlisngieo
Btande good mid tbo cohorts of the
cmdidatps ato nnuisiug thorn
BilveH cbfBiug up chargte of
The Bulletin bus no npulogics
to inke for its Sim Frnucieco
ediliou. Tbo p"oplo tiro more
Hum sntisflpcl with it. That's
Bullioit'n. Wo eioceroly sympath
ize with onr outumpoiary that
consistently opposes anything in
tbo hue of Amorirnn progress.
IudicatioiiB now art that after
Contnissary General Engn gets
through with tbo court martial
dance on tbo carpel. After tbo
affiir is nil over wo bope tbo pen-
pie will know wbetbortbo soldierR
hail fresh bet for embalmed beef.
Inv'sligntinns often ruin men
with -ut provinc nuvthing
Judging from tbe remarks of a
Manila contemporary, tbo rpport
of dangers of r. clash in tbo Phil
ippines must bo taken with u lib
eral mixture of salt. The editor
of Freedom tolls of u report circu
lated in Manila that the Nebratkii
camp hud beon surrounded by iu
urgfutH and u Cgbt was threat
cned. A man was sent out to iu
vesicate and tho first soldier mot
was ono who bad just come from
camp on twonty four hours lravo
and wanted to know ''tho uows."
Between tbe auti-expansioniHtt-and
tho fakers whoso principal
bnsinenx in to make tbe conditions
in tbe Philippines appear as bad
u possible tbe insurgents stand a
protty bard how.
Latest despatches from Samoa
are decidedly disquieting. If iu
its travel around the world tb
Btatomeut of affairs has not been
twisted out of tbo line of truth,
tho action nf tbo German consul'
is in violation of tbe treaty, and j
may cause sorious results. Tb
chances nro that there bos boen
Borne misinterpretation of tbe
affair, since it is not probable that
th' Britinh and American consuls
would recognjze Matatifa when by
bo doing they give aw.iy rigtiiB
-which tbo treaty warrant's thorn iu
demaadiug, Another posnibiliiy
is that the uprising of tun native
hv op'nol the way for a divi
aion of the inlands among the
throo powers interested.
wo round out tho 19th century
uud look with satisfaction upon
the past we await tho coming of
tho 20th cuntury with renewed
bopo and courage. Tbe yoar
1899, with its now and perplexing
problems, will again demonstrate
to the world tho power and possi
bilitics of this groat republic."
It falls to tho fate of tho nation
to mourn tho loss of ono on whom
the peoplo leaned in tbe solution
of Beriom problems of tbo day; a
thoughtful conservative loader
and a trusted servaut. The text
from wbioh this statesman wrote
his last messago to tho peoplo was
ono of strong, courageous loyalty
aud confklinco in tho future groHt
ness and glory of tbo Ropublic.
Bis confidence in the peoplo and
tbo nation may well inspire the
American body politic to face tbo
problems of tbo hour with that
same trust in tbo progresnvo and
bonest loyalty of the, people, trust in
thoir capacity to master the situa
tion in whatever troublesome
form it may bo presented.
WAS FIGHTING IK SAMOA.
Continued fiom Page 1.
under tbe treaty, is mado tbe court
of last resort uudor any circum
stances. Therefore, it is scarcely
believed bero that tho President
of the Council would tbua deliber
ately violate tbo plaiu treaty pro-1
-i -r:t :ii u n i . - " wbb uero mar, iup uriusu anir
General Miles will bo called on toJ American 0OD8u)ar oflic0r8 nt Apia
have boon acting in accord in tbe
proeont involved political situation
tbcro.nndaUbouQU tbe interests of
tho United States may not be
compared with those of Germany,
yet tuoir neuts. under the treatv.
are equal, and, it may bo stated,
tuoy will bo maintained.
The reported tbut tho three con
mis Iimvo joined in a provisional
recognition of Mataafa could not
bo rocnncilcd with the open dis
agreement witb tho terms of the
troaty as to tbo choice of a kinc
that such action would involve.
The power of sottliuc disputes of
this character is, as already stated,
sololy lodged in the hands of tbe
Chief Justice, who, by tbe way, is
in this cao an American. Tho
last advices of tbe Government
hero were to tbe effect that tbe
Ohipf Juptic bad this particular
iiibputo undor consideration, it
bnvinc been regularly referred to
him, in accordance witb tbo tonus
of tbe troaty. His decision, in all
probability, would bo regarded as
binding by the Government of
tbe United States.
ACT Of KINDNK8N.
HOME TRIP OF GARONNE
Goodly Passenger List for Second Re
turn Voyage is Assured.
Fruit Shippers Encouraged by Results of First
Trial Vegetables Now Being Sent
Returning Columbia Seamen.
DINGLKV'H I,A"T MB-S1AOB.
One of tho last public utterances
o tho late Congressman Dingley
was a latter to tho Boston Horald
for its new year's odition. TbiB
letter briefly roviowod tho pa-t
and spo :o a9 follows of tbo future:
"The last year of the 19th cen
tury (1899) gives promise of hot
ter timos and a larger degree oF
happiness for tho American peo
plo. As wo lordtybaok over the
conturyand noto' our 'marvelous
progress, industrially and socially,
wo renew our faith iu our future
greatness and glory. Wo are ou
tbo tbresholds of a now era, into
which we have been ushered by
tbo results of a victorious war.
"What ibis now or will briDg
forlb nobody can foretell,' but as
KuMlmnelia Girls Treated WHh
rituuiflitrul ConsliK'ratlon by Hrnaw
Monday last was tho beginning
of a tbreo weeks' vacation for the
pupils of tbe Eamebameba School
for Girls. The occasion was'un
happily clouded by the fatal acci
dent to one of their schoolmates
the previous Saturday afternoon.
Their miud) were morbidly im
pressed ny tuo molancUoly event.
and a nervous terror became asso
ciated with tboir comfortable
rinrmiinriPR. '. A
Whilo Miss, Pope, principal of
the school, was giving tbp girls an
outiuu on tho railway Monday, a
woboono expression in their
countenances was obseived by
Senator Henry WaterbnuHe. It
struok his heart with pain, but at
tbo same timo gave bira a most
considerate inspiration. He,
right thorn proffored Miss
Popo tho use of tbo Water
houso cottages on tbe Pen
insula for the bcoupatiou of her
pupils during the vacation.
Since then 35 Kamehameha
girlB have tenanted thecottages.and
witb tbe change of air ana scene
they have wonderfully brigbtoued
up. They are indeed having a
glorious timo upon tho beautiful
glades and beaches of the Penin
sula. When tbd remaining fort
njebt'bas elapsed, in all proba
bility their young hpajts will have
lost all tracoa of gloom.
Opening of tbe Qrphoum to
night. One of tbo best theatrical
companies of tho Coist will give
"llow Hopper Was Sidetracked."
Senator Watorhouse's splf
reijiMoriug thermometer at tho
Peninsula toad 58 decrees yester
day, and 59 tins raorniug.
The British-American Stcam
ship Co.'s starmer Garonno will
sail direct for Seattle Monday at 2
p. m. She will have for freight
quantities of 'bananas, pineapples
and vegetables. Tho'fruit sent on
tho first trip henco arrived in
splendid condition, which fact
has encouraged other than tho
shippers on that occasion to mako
shipments this time. Tomatoes
and otbor gardou truck will bo
At least 25 firstclass passengers
are assured for this trip, and bo
sides tbero will bo about a dozen
of tbo crow of tho steamor Colum
bia. Sorao of tbo Columbia's
crow wont up on tho first trip,
and it has beon published that
their passages woro paid by a sub
ecriptiou of the passengers. As a
matter of fact, whilo some pas
sengers subscribed, most of tbo
fund was contributed by tho
officers and seamon of the Ga
ronuo. In the case of the Col urn
bia men leaving ou Monday, thero
will bo no subscription. Tbo
company takos the chances of bo
ing recouped, in a rogular way, for
tho passages of tho strandod soa
men. Henry Waterbouse & Co., tho
local general agents of tbo line,
have not yet opened a passenger
nook, lliey Have been furnished
by tbo purser of tho Garonno,
howovor, with a list of peoplo who
have spoken for firstclass passage.
It is as follows:
S. P. Richardson, attorney for
tbe company; Mrs. Haskell, wife
of the proprietor of tbe Minnea
polis Times, aud son; Mrs.
dough, Mrs. Otis Sprague; Mis
ses Clark, Strong, Marion Swaf
ford, Gladys Houghton and Tut
tie; .Messrs. N. J. Johnson. J.
Johnson, Ogden, Hatch, Mahoney,
w. if. .vormon, Lia Uasso and A.
Others are almost certainly
known to be intending departuro
in tbo Uaronne, but tboir names
have not beon given in as yet. As
it stands, it is a fair passongor
list for the second return trip of
the pioneor boat of 'a now line.
The local agents talk of tho pros
pects in general with enthusiasm.
TU. Wharf Material.
Yesterday's Horn in the Bul
letin was correct, saying that
Allon k Robinson hud rocoived
tbe contract for furnishing the
lumber lor wbarl extension. That
firm tied the San Frauoisco Bridge
Co. in bids for piles, but was
slightly higher than the outsido
concern for other lumber. Min
ister King, however, made a con
cession to tbo local firm, giving it
tbe contract for all the woodtin
3THE B. & H.
We nave rece ved were made si
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed in advance ny tne manuiaciurers.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also mnkln
duced prices on PICTURES and FRA
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 oir
pure Linen Damasks, pure Linen Nap
kins, PiUow 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 cambe bought at
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited,
oTHE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.j
ST. VALENTINE'S DAT!
The Golden Rule Bazaar received by the
last steamer a NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
which are now on display In their win
dows, 316 Fort street. All those Interested
are Invited to call and Inspect the line.
"NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS."
Is the best place In the city to buy STA
TIONERY FOR FOREIGN CORRE-
SPQN,D,ENCE. YOU SAVE 25 TO
316 FORT ST.
My Guitars nro noted for tbo puritj
of tboir tono.
Qui tars, Mandolins, Violins, to., Repaired
o6 ' llo'nl street, oDpoiKethe Arlington.
Other Goods :
64 crates and 18 casks of CROCK
ERY and CHINA WARE, containing a
new supply of our well-known
".-.'Trilby Ware, ..
In BLUE, FADE GREEN and RUSSET
BROWN colors, with our new 1899 pat
tern called LYTTON.
Also a fine line of WHITE SEMI
PORCELAIN, and Including complete
stock of IRON STONE for HOTEL
and RESTAURANT trade.
We are also displaying the "Red Poppy"
In French China, which Is very neat In
appearance, reasonable in price, and Is sold
In quantities to suit the purchaser.
W. W. Oimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
BSrSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
P. XT. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given in
Fancy Wood Carving.
PORT STREET, HONOLULU, II. I
anj floor Honolulu Planing Mill, me
Hawaiian Hotel Hack stand
h splendidly equipped establishment. Ithiscour
teous drivers, tine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
'' l voluptuous vehicles.
Ring up Telephone 32 i
Notice Is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC
CO. will be held at the office of Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, on
Tuesday, January 31, 1809, at 2 p. m.
W. M. G1FFARD,
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 25, 1899. 11 28-4 1
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ol Chaplain Lane.
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice.
ana in ine rest possmie manner.
H. L. KERR & CO ,
Architects and Builders
Rooms 9 and io,
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp. Crtstfc & Cooke
Strlctlv new tfiaB Cleveland lllrvf D..
Repairing promptly and thoroughly attende'd Io.
oil "uih Kuaiaiiicvt..
,, E. JONES,
"II.61A, H. CLARK.
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 ready to wear clothes.
And the little man has no
advantage In price.
The growing youngster
feels proud when dressed
"Just like papa."
W(5 better way to train the
young mind in the channel
Giant efforts for dwarfish
figures. Give us first call.
The five-dollar hatter Is
the greatest living example
of. self-importance. t
-Thinks his name adds two dollars
worth to every hat. Same
hat here, three dollars.
9 Hotel Street
AgentB for Dr. Dflmel'f Llncn-Mfab.
Underwear. Rend for1 Catalogue.
We Maf(e Shirts to Order.
Tolophone No 070.
In Fine Condition, Just as Good as New.
Onion Street (Bell Tower).
O-Llghl Machine Work promptly done.
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUNES', 127 QUKKN Strent.
Near Richard afreet
10 Per Cent. Reduction!
On nndafler this ditto thore will be a
IlEDUCtltTN OF 10' rEIt CENT, on
our Generators nnd Calcium Carbide.
BQTCall and oxamlne ACETYLENE
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.
M. M. KOnN, Manager,