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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.. FEBRUARY 3, 1899,
Published Every Day, except Sunday, at tis King
street, Honolulu, II. I by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Island, $ ,75
Pefyear a ev
Peryear'.postpal.t.to Amerlca.Canada prMexlco.10 00
Per year, postpaid, other lorclcn countries. .. i) 00
-.Payable InvarlaHv In nivanre.
Business Othce SI.'iO. Editorial Rooms, 1(10.
Pottofttce Box, 404
FItlDAY, 1?EH. 3, 1899.
If Lord Chnrlrs Boresford would
only Ml tho public all h him
found out about politirnl coudi
tioiiH in tho Orient aud bis con
clusions, tben wo would lirvvo n
Apuiunldo's ropublio bas an
thoriml him lo dfcluro war
ngnitiBt Ibo Hnilpd Sttttcs any
ltma be sees fit. Wo can boc tbo
finish of Aguiualdo and bis ro
public. Tbo editor of tho Fi lend snyn,
"Tlio majority of tbentor-goers
are pureous of debated life aud
tbougbt." Gee whiz! Tt'a ten to
one Mint tho uiRJoiity of Honolulu
people aro theater goere.
It is rather an interesting coin
cide CQ tbnt Lord Berfsforii,
who champions tho British aud
American friendship and progress,
should nirivo at this American
outpost on the same day ns the
Ameiiran troops who go forward
to uphold American honor and
progress in the Orient. They are
goit g iu opposite directions but
they are working for the same
end - tbo fulfillment of the des
tiny of the English speaking na
tiotm ns a powerful factor in the
civilization of tho world.
Evory citizon of every nationali
ty extends a cordial greeting to
Lord Charles Boresford Enter
in,' t iid outpost of American ter
ritory at a time when bonds of
ft'icudjbip between the Euglieh
Bppnklrjg nations from them
into a sort of interna
tional nationality, it is with
particular pleasuro that tho Ame
rican citizeus ns well as the
British residents accept the oppor
tunity to offer their tribute of
friendship and respect to one of
tbo most uotnblo figures of British
As regards Lord Boresford's
prenent musiou, tbo interests of
Americans aud British aro iden
tical. It was when tbo first blows
wore struck to open, tbo door of
tho Orient that the "blood is
thicker than water1' incidout oc
cured, aud the two nations bavo
sine that time forged along the
samo pathway in oppning tho
Oriental cloir to modern progress
in civilization as well as com
Mai the bonds of friendship
never looson, and may tho flurries
of iuternntioaal strife that have
occasionally cropped up in tho
EnulUh spoakiug family be ever
kno-vn as unfortunate incidents
of the 19th century.
IIOOIISVISLT'N I'.MITV HKCOUD.
It i interesting and amusing to
no'e ibo attempts of Mugwump
faction to reprpfont Theodore
Roosevelt as an enemy of parties
and the so called party bossos.
As a matter of fact Roosovolt has
been a strict party raon from his
first entrance in politics, and the
Republican organization has sup
ported him, In 1831, one year
after bis urnduition from Har
vard ho wat elected to tho state
assembly; bo wis reelected to the
ollico i i 1833 and iu 188. was
chairman of tho Now York del
gation to tho National Republic
It was iu 1SSG that Roosevelt
showed a most marked allcgianco
ti party, which gives tho Ho to
the inferences of tbo Mugwumps.
A. S. How tt wm nominated by
Tammany for Mayor of Now York
city. Hewitt was recognized a?
an excellent man for tho place
aud an attempt was mado to have
the Republicans endorse him.
Tins ibey" refused lo do and
Theodoro Roosevelt ncceptai
tho Republican nomination for
Major simply to preservo
tbo integrity of tbo Ropublican
puty. This incident had an
almost exact ptmllol iu tbo cam
pdguof 1897 when Gen, Tracoy
ran on tho regular Republican
ticket and rofuscd to combino with
tbo Mugwump movement of tlo
Citizens Union. Iu each case tbo
party Bnd tho candidates recog
nized that defeat waB sure. The
light was mado simply nnd solely
to presorvo tho dignity of the
p-rty, irrespective of tbo good
character of tbo men placod boforo
tho pooplo by tbo opposition.
Hooaevolt waB appoiuted assistant
secretary of tho navy by virtue of
his personal worth nnd steadfast
loyalty to tho party. His appoint
ment was endorsed by tho party
organization, and tho bosses. In
tho governorship campaign honleo
had tbo support of tho party or
ganization and retains it evon to
the present day,
This, is tho record of facts and
it if) mighty small satisfaction that
tbo opponents of party organiza
tion nnd friends of independont
off tdioots get out of it. Roosovelt
has been and is an independent
obnracter, and is a power in his
party but lie has always accepted
tbo decision of tho majority
although it may bavo beon not
altogether in keeping with his
LORD CHARLES BERESFORD
Continued from Pago 1.
have recently visited.
Mny God speed your Lordship's
important auti benevolent mission
in the intorest of commerce aud
(Signed,; Giias. CnEiorrroN,
"W. L. SrANLEY,
Lord Charles Boresford roplied
in bubstance as follows:
"Dr. MuKibbin and Gentlemen:
I feel highly gratjfied at tho kind
thought that prompted your cor
dial address of welcome. Wbilo
it is very gratifying to a public
mnn to receive expressions of ap;
preciotinLs of his couduct, you are
aware that tbo Bontiment of our
countrymen is that a public man
is always expected to do his best
"I have been very pleased to
nolo the conciliatory and friendly
tone of your address in its refer
once, to our kiusmon of tho United
States of America, Tho interests
of that nation and our own are
identical for tho promotion of
commerce and peaco. With both
working in uarmony to tbnt end 1
think tbo peaco of the world
would bo afsurod. Thoro bas
been a groat advanco of lato in tho
friendly relations of Great Bri
tain and America, and so long as
such mutual sentiment provails
thero is really no need of a form
"There was talk once of a de
eiro of Great Britain to acquire
tho Hawaiian Islands. Sinco shn
has not done bo, I am sure there
is no nation that Britons would
next prefer to own tbo islands
than the United States. With
regard to tho native Hawaiians, 1
oannotsay that I know vory much
about their position. It may bo
presumed, howovor, that tbey foel
a degreo of sorenoss over tho
change in the political conditions
of thoir country. Nevertheless,
looking back to my own country,
not bo very long ago, there was
considerable sorontss in Iroland
over its union with Great Britain.
Indeed, a good many Irishman to
day think that the union is not en
titled properly that it should bn
'Gteat Iroland and Britain' in
stead of 'Great Britain and Iro
land.' (Laughter) Tho futuro
of Hauaii, gontlomau, I am con
fident is assured.
"You have referred to my mis
sion as boing in the interest of
commerce and peaco. I think we
may hope ero long to see on alli
ance botweon Groat Britain, tbe
United States, Gormany nnd
Japan not for Belfish purposes,
but for tho realization of that com
morcial ideal which has boen apt
ly condensod iulo tbo term, 'tho
open door.' It would bo an alli
auco that would proraoto trado,
whioh is tho best means of pre
serving tho pence of tho world
that blessing tbnt wo all desire
Lord Charles concluded by
again heartily thanking the
British residents of Honolulu for
thoir hparty Hawaiian welcome.
His offhand reply, delivered in o
quiot and charming manner, wbb
salutod at tho close with applause.
After tho formality was over,
Lord Ohatles chatted gaily with
morabors of tho party. Ho laugh
ingly admitted the escapade iu
which ho was concerned as a
"midshipmito" whilo horo in tho
Olio in 1805. Also ho spoke of
bis second visit here with tho
Duko of Edinburgh in H. B. M.
o. unlatea in lou'J Ho romarked
tho great modernizing of tho town
whicU had takon place since then.
Commissioner Kenny iuvited
the Gentlemen of tho committee
nnd tho Chamber of Commerce
to lunoheon with Lord Charles
Boresford at 1 o'clock. Lator, it
had been announced by telephone
that a reception would bo
given tho distinguished visitor at
tho consulate General, Palama,
this evening. This will bo by
The informal reception at the
Consulato ovor, Lord Gbarleo and
H. B. M.'s Commissioner Keuney
drove to Wnikiki to cnll ou Har
old M. Sewall, tbe representative
of tho United States horo. At 2
o'clock, Lord Charles roturnod
to the Consulajo and at 2:15, eat
down to luncheon with Mr. Ken
ny, members of the Comraitton of
Welcome and the Committee from
tbo Chamber of Commerco. The
Quintette Club is stationed outside
nnd tbo luncheon progress merrily
as the Bulletin goes to press.
tlonrit of Agriculture.
A short session of the Board of
Agriculture was held this fore
noon. Routine matters woro at
Tho Board voted to allow the
Ladies Floral Society to have a
piece of land on the Makiki elope
of Punchbowl for a flower garden,
tbo amount of land nnd tbo rent
for tbe samo to bo loft with tho
Ministor of the Interior.
Byron O. Clark reported that
he was unablo to obtain tho 10,
000 camphor trees which ho had
ordered from California. Tho
supply had run out, and only
2000 could bo obtained.
Camphor troe seeds aro now on
tbe way, and these will bo planted
as soon nH thoy have arrived.
$$THE B. & H.3
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed In advance by the manufacturers.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
marked prices. We are also malclnrjr re
duced prices on PICTURES and FRAMES.'
Pacific Bud wire Co., lid.
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their ta
pers promptly will confer a
fnnvr hv tintifvi'ucr ha Tinti-
ness Office, Telephone 256.
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 cheaperthan they can be bought at
FEB J14TH !
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY!
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-
SPONDENCE. YOU SAVE 25 TO
40 PER CENT!
316 FORT ST.
My Guitars aro noted for tho purity
of thoir tone.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc, Repaired.
069 llo'.l ttreet, oopoilta the Arlington.
P. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given in
Fancy Wood Carving.
rORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I
and floor Honolulu Planing Mill, mi
Is a splendidly eqnlppel establishment, fthascour
teous drivers, tine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ring up Telephone 32 t
TAItO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repairing
a Specially. r k
1130 : : No. 210M KING ST.
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Other Goods :
G4 crates and 18 casks of CROCK
ERY and CHINA WARE, containing a
I new supply of our well-known
In BLUE, FADE GREEN and RUSSET
BROWN colors, with our new 1899 pat
tern called LYTTON.
Also a finei line of WHITE SEMI
PORCELAIN, and including a complete
stock of IRON STONE for HOTEL
and RESTAURANT trade.
We are also displaying the "Red Poppy"
I In French China, which Is very neat in
appe.uance, reasonable in price, and is sold
in quantities to suit the purchaser.
-Von Holt Block, King utreet.
BQTSoIe Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus OH Stoves.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Lane.
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice.
am in me pesi posstpie manner.
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Rooms g and 10,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 BcthclSt.,opp.Castlc& Cooke
Strictly new 1808 Cleveland Rlcycles for Rent.
All work guaranteed.
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUN13', 127 QUKKN Street,
Near Richard street
Every Inch a Man '
"1 I j' I
Whether thirty six or
forty-six. Suits are here
to fit his frame.
Our notion 6f 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."
No 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
Thinks his name adds two dollars
worth to every hat. Same
hat here, three dollars.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Deimol'a Linen-Mean
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telophono No 670.
QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE,
Having arrived from the Coast per S. S.
Garonne, has -commenced business. The
very latest styles, and a perfect fit, guar-
anteed. Charges moderate. 1132
And HOUSE PAINTERS,
n $ii Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
40a Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chlnose Teas. 1130,