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Published Every Day, except Sunday, t tio King
Hreet, Honolulu, II. 1 by Iht
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAtPANY.
W. R. FAHRINOTON , Editor
DANIEL I.OCIAN City Editor
SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 189!),
OlmnopR art decidodl in fuvor
of tho tolophoau ollico having
plenty of quoslious to answer on
Btoamer day whether tho ubiwI
nunounoiup whiwtlpH sound or tiot.
llonolulu missed much of the
cuthusiiflin of tlie nnstrm wnr
centers during the Spnnuh
wrauylo, but it hns 1)i'tn gottity n
good nhmo of the heroes on their
way to help finish up the ulTnir in
AVnll sttoot is having nn cxtri
ordinnry boom in stocks and the
plunders nru imiliiup, their up
p'ninnco. Ilonolulvw Wall street
is having a continuous boom hut
the beauty of the lceal situation in
that there is httro watered stock
for pluup'na rUnnfl',i,
Dnclo 8nm hn tieen so limy
in other parts of the world that
SauiOB has been neglected for the
time beiup. With Rear Admiral
Kant, and the Philadelphia iu the
barhor at Apia there will be no
further danger of the American
backing dovu for wnnt of support
The scheme of the National
Liquor Lonpuo to shut up all tho
siloons of Akron, 0. for a period
of two years is an interesting ne
That liquor dealers should boy
cott a city is an original feature
of temporauco war that will
certainly test tho real tontiineut of
Every timo Senator Quay has
como to tho front in PeuDsylvoma
etate politics in recent yearp, ho
bas been referred to as inokiug the
fight of bis life. Now Quay is
making another "fiuht of his life,"
and na be bas five indictments to
answer in the courts, he is likely
to make this ono a life long fight.
Prof. M. SI. Scott, than whom
there are very few better acquaint
ed with Japanese affairs, questions
the statemout in the Bulletin
that Senator Dopcw was at one
timo tho Americau repiesentativt1
to Japan. Tho Bulletin took
tho statement from a New York
despatch, but is disposed to accept
the correction of Prof. Scott. The
American representatives as Mr
Scott recalls them vo'o: Hnriiti
Von Valkeubert, Pruym Do
Long, Bingham, Hubbard and
Many of our good citizens are
now arguing that if Congress fails
to pass tho Hawaiiau territorial
bill at this si'febiou, no election can
bo held next September as requir
ed by tho cnustitution of the Re
public of Hawaii, that under the
Nowlnnds Resolution nothing can
be done except by ordor from
President SIcKiuloy. This lust
may be true but if wo are to judge
from the piBt, it seems reasonable
to boliovo that unless something
occurs to cause tho President to
chauce his mind, he will nrdoi
that Hawaii's olectious, oto , shall
run along the same as usual until
Congress has acted.
ON 15 OUVIill.Mlll'S 1VVIL.
If tho Nashville correspondent
of tho Louisville Courior-Jourunl
is a correct rccordor, the inaugu
ration of BoutonSIcSIillin governor
gards ceiomouial pomp and glory,
was attended by a most romarkable
flight of oratory. Tho outgoing
governor, Taylor, made a farewell
address. Taylor evidently conhid
ored himself juBt escaped from
Noah's political ink or eleo had
been celebrating the night before
and was still haunted by bad
droams. IIo proudly informed tiio
peoplo of Tonnosseor
" I do uot retire, the somnambu
list of a shattered dream, but with
all the buds of hope bursting iuto
bloom and all tho bowers of tho
future ringing with tnolody. I am
contented with my lot in life.
Three times 1 have worn tho lau
rel wreath of honor, twined by the
peoplo of my native Stato, and
that in glory enough for me."
Haviug olothod himself with
BUllicient glory for present pur
poses, the former governor extend
ed bis sympathy to the poor devil
who is to take bis placo:
" To mo thoro is nothing iu this
world so pathetic as a candidate.
He is like a mariner without a
cotnpusB, drifting on tho tempest
tossed wavo3 of uncertainty, be
tween tho smiling cliffs of hope
and tho frowning crags of fear.
He is a walking petition nnd a
living prayor; he is tho pack horse
of public sentiment; be is the
dromedary of politics. And evon
if ho reaches tho goal of bis ambi
tion, ho will soon feel tho benk of
the vulturo iu his heart and the
fang of tho serpent iu bis soul."
Then escaping from the nest of
sorpcuts, water snakes nnd vul
tures, ex-governor Taylor took
flight to tho happy resting ground,
and Bent out the dovo of peaco
with this laurel:
" I am no longor n candidate.
Nevor again will I be inaugurated
iuto public office. The ark of my
bumble public career now rests on
tho Ararat of privato lifo, and I
stand on .tho poacoful summit and
look down on tho receding flood
of politics. The dovo of ray desti
ny has brought me an olivo branch
from happier fields, and I go
hence to labor and to love."
Any man ought to rest easier
aftor getting rid of tho many
things that beset tbo governor of
Tennessee. Some of our local
officials might get valuable point
ers from Governor Robert Taylor's
Jacob Manieeki, a Polo from
Oahu plantation, was on trial in
the Police Court this forenoon for
deeorting ontract service De
fendant said ho bud come to town
on account of tho illness of Iii'b
chili). He made charges against
I ho plantation and tho physician
there, saying be had come to town
to et medical treatment for the
child. Dr. Day told bim it was
too lato to do anything, and tbo
Sir. Hyderbrand of Oahu plan
tation;" said the man was tho
leador of the Poles who bad
caused trouble at tho plantation
recently. He had played a trick
and bad gotten away from tbo
Upon boing asked if ho wanted
to return to work, be replied iu
the negative. Judge Wilcox
thereupon ordered bim back to
The Mylf Heller,
Manr.oer Pain was asked when
the electric cars of tbo Hawaiian
Tramways Co. would arrive.
"J hoy ought to be hero vory
soon," was tho answer.
"Will you start them running
right away, without asking auy
questions of the Government ?"
"Oh, I cannot say as to that."
And he went away laughing, as
ho added, "you newspaper follows
aro awful to ask questions."
TJPHIS1NU IN UllUGUAY.
N,ew York, Feb. 2. A dispatch
to tho Hurald from Buenos Ayros
says: A group of Uruguayans
headed by ColouelTezanos, Mayor
nF Tiitnpiuli. nrocouilino from
Argentina hnB disembarked at
Colonia. A polico foco attempted
to oppose tl o invaders but without
succoss. At various points in tho
republic have occurred uprisings
without importance, but tbo rebels
are well provided Svitb arras and
Dinner to Chief Juiulcr.
Tho Bar dirJuer to Chief Justice
Judd, iu honor of bis quarter of a
contury on tho bench, is appoint
ed for next Saturday evening nt 8
o'clock. Attorney General W. 0
Smith will preside. About sixty
members of tho Bar will bo pro
Bont. Iuvitations have been sent
to all Circuit and District judgos.
Tbo company will sit down at
tablo at 8:15 sharp.
1HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. i., FEBRUARY
WATIlll FOH KlHHI.
tiood Htipply Struck Under Oronnil liy
Tuiinelllnii from Hlinfl.
John Mitchell, tho man from
Alabama who talked straight busi
noes to Senator Cullom and col
leagues, has just roturned from
the new Kihei plantation. He
wao employed on tbo irrigation
works there, but having met with
u slight accident ciuno up to town.
Sir. Mitchell is enthusiastic
over tbo water resources at Kihei.
A shaft about 20 feet in circum
ferpneo has beon sunk to a depth
of 35 or 40 feet. From this well
two tunnels have been drivou in
opposito directions', following the
veius of water, n distanco oacb of
moro than GO feot. A 10-inch
pipo has been put down in th"
woll, through which the water will
bo pumped to tbo surface. Mr.
Mitchell considers tho supply of
water inexluiustible, nnd available
almoRt anywbero by dipuing.
Tbo young en no at Kihei is six
or sovou inches high and looking
llrltrr Convenlfnco Smuhrit,
The United Stato tugboat Iro
quois broko something else than a
rocord yc&torday. Sho wa towinc
out scows loaded with coal to the
battleship Oregon. Ono of the
Hackfold scows loaded deep down
was boing taken out, lashed alone-
stdo tho Iroquois. The tug kept
too closo inward and brought tbo
scow bang against a nest of pile
near tho end of tho marine rail
way tracks. There wore five
heavy piles iu the nest, which
wore all brokon clean off at the
bottom. Tho witter is thirtv feot
deep at tho spot. It is n wonder
the scow was not wrecked, but
likely its load saved it. The neat
of piles was ono of two at tho har
bor entrance, put down for fnf-ton-iug
lines to while shifting vessels.
luoy have been useful in regattas
as turning marks for canoe and
swimming races. The tug Elou
tawe'd tho brokon off piles out of
CnmUilnt" Wlrti Mho I Unit.
Now York, Fobruary 2. Tho
jury in the libel suit of Charles A.
Hess, Ronublican leador of tho
23th Assembly District, against
tho Now York Press, today ro
turned a vordict for W35U clamagf s
in favor of tho plaintiff. Mr.
Hess suod for sOO.UUO damaces.
alleging that the dofoudant bad
defeated bis election to Congress
by charging tbat no was not a to
sident of the State; that be bought
his nomination from the Repub
lican county committee and that
the PrcsB printed this statement:
"Hess is the bosom friend uud
companion of a murderer."
A LARGE INVOICE
Winchester 44 Carbines.
Winchester 45-70 Sporting Rifle.
Winchester Magazine Shot Guns.
Rice Bird Guns.
Single and Double-Barrel Shot
Smith & Wesson Revolvers.
Great Business Openingl
I HAVE A VALUABLE
Which I will sell outright, or will form a
combination with an actjve business man
for placing the work on the market. This
Is a splendid business opening for a pro
cresslve man. For full particulars address
I1127 L. W. G Bulletin office.
Pacific Uarliwe Co, Ltd..
AND FOLLOWING DAYS:
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
MONDAY MORNING !
A small assortment of New Shirt Waists
will be. placed on sale !
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY!
The Golden Rule Bazaar received by the
last steamer a NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
which are now oa 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 I
31G FORT ST.
My Guitars are noted for tho puiitj
of tboir toDO.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc, Repaired
069 Ilo'tl street, noposlte th Arlington.
F. 3ST. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET, HONOLULU, II, I
nd floor Honolulu Planing Mill. nit
Hawaiian Hotel Ml fflui
If a splendidly equipped establishment. Ith.iscour
teous drivers, tine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ring up Telephone 32 I
TAKO PATCH FIDDLKS.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed, Repairing
1130 :: No. 21DH KING ST.
Of Our Stock of
Dry Goods Go., Limited.
Machines Sold on Installments.
Parts and Needles for
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN
FOI1T, NEAR HOTEL STREET,
Other Goods :
64 crates and 18 casks of CROCK
ERY and'CHINA WARE, containing a
new supply of our well-known
...Trilby Ward ..
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 a 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.
Von Holt Block, King Htreet.
BSTSoIe Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp. Castle & Cooke
Strictly ttew 1843 Cleveland Bicycles lor Rent,
Repairing promptly and thoroughly attended to,
All work guaranteed.
nij-tm n. CLARK.
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUKES', 127 QUEEN Street,
Near Richard street
) ' .
Renting and Repairing.
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Use : :
of paying big prices for out-of-date
clothing, hats and furnishings, when
you can buy new and stylish goods
for less money? Ours Is all new
and up-to-date stock, bought at the
lowest cash prices ever known, and
not an article In the store has been
there more than one season.
Come nntl Compare
Our men's suits with those that
others are asking more for, and you
will appreciate what we are selling
Conic nnd Compare
Our splendid line of hats, underwear,
boys' and children's suits, gloves,
sweaters, shirts, collars, with any
tiling shown you, and you will say
our si vies are up-to-date and prices
the lowest named by any first-class
house In the city.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmol's Linen-Mesh
Underwear Himl for CMnliiKue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No 070.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
115'A Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
400 Kiiuanu Stroot.
Chairs of all kinds, Mnttlng,
Cigars, Silk nnd Chlnoso Tens. 1130
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