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1HE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBKUARY 16, 1899.
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THURSDAY, FEB. 1C, 1899.
Fond mo uoiy 6uggppts tbnt the
Etentnor Coulouni.il ih boon in
Now tbo ypllow journnls are ob
jecting btcnuso tlio President re
fmod to hick Gen. Eugiiu utter bo
Fred. lMcClioniy objects to tttr
Stock Exchange cnrr.inu cards up
itB slouve. All pluys Hbould bo
made above bonrd.
Modern protean id dcmonstiut
ing tbiit in n bmntwiituriau wiir it
is often uicCB8ry lo tench the
paople relinaod what humuuity
Land deals become more num
erous nnd the men who predicted
that Honolulu hud roaohod it-
limit of p'ogrofs urn retiring tu
The Quiinrour) Apgles of the
Philipiuc insurgent junta oio
liable to witdi they were Reggies
or Rome impersouiil Incter hom
Uncle Sam does not take seriously
Gen. King's brigude is said to
have driven a lot of iusurouts
belter bkollor into tho Pabig river.
The boys in the ranks aro evi
dently none the worco for their
'Tie the time for dieuppeartug
was tho refrain Agoneillo whistled
ns ho wont over the Canadian
frontier. Other members of tho
Philippine junta are remaining in
Washington "for reasons "
Officials in Washington say
there will be no general Hawaiian
lobulation at this session. Bank
ing men teleginphed from Wash
ington that there will bo general
Hawaiiau legislation this session
Hawaii will hone for tin best.
Custom IIoujo in go. have lost
nona of their old-tirao alnrtncs-i
even if there is a possibility of
jobs being 'oat undor Uncle
Samnel's administration. Tho
opium stock exchange will doubt
less rpnrt a lively Hurry as
result of tho work at tho close of
Mr. Kinnoy'ri remurk-i in Wash
ington concerning information ho
had forwarded to, Honolulu, and
tho roplies of leadiug business
mon to tlieBurJiKTl.N', in answer to
queries concerning Mr. Kinuoy's
letter, would indicate that the local
peoplo are not m easily discourag
ed as might be suppisod.
A New York State Senator has
introduced a bill provuliug for a
thentor censor who shall pass upon
plays and soDgs before they aro
produced. Tho question now arises
whether the local leaders of tlit
theator contioversy should movo
to Now York and work for the job
or tho local legislature Hbould be
called in extr session to c rem to a
A miss is sometimes as good ns
a mile. A majority of one is not
very much to bo sure, but ovon in
matters reliitinii to poace treaties
tbnt one is as good as ono hun
dred, Among the real heroes of
tho hour in tho Senate aro tho
Democrats who had s -upo ouough
to put away pwty Hoboinos and
et their voto for the best inter
ests of the nation.
N VTIOX.M, m:hsi,atiun.
Again the Pacific Cable advo
cates at Washington raise tho
hopes of Hawaii by stating that
positive legislation may bo passed
at this session of Congress. It is
to be hoped tho favorable predic
tions aro not without good found
ation. Hawaii is getting its first lesson
in the difference botweon national
quoitions and local affairs. Con
gress is throwing legislative shots
all around the torritory, and yet
in internal government mnttors,
the peoplo aro stumbling along,
bumping up against interrogation
poiuW every day and left wonder
ing what tho nest ono will bring
Torlb. Tho oracles look wise and
announce that they will ut-o tlioir
intlueuce with friends who arc
"closo to tbo Prosidont," nud hav
ing used their iniluouco, continue
to look wise nud say nothing
because thoro is nothing to say.,
The people get into a white heat
over tho army and tho oracles
write wiso sayings nbout tho gov
ernorship labeled "to bo sent
to Washington," then
tho next steamer for
of how tho Uoited
ciipitol was turnod upsido
by the nous from Hawaii.
only return is an occasional query
from Wahingtou: "Did you
The local agitation and the lack
of agitation in Washington are in
teresting and vnlunblo as a pnitof
tho local education that Hawaii is
now simply one of numerous peb
bles on tho Amorican beach. The
sayioga and doings of local oracles
go in on the samo b nis as thoeo
of any American citizen nnd
neither Georgo Washington Hen
ry Clay or Abraham Lincoln are
roportod to have tamed in their
graves because tho opinions of
Hawaii's oracles have not been
given sufficient tiotice by tho ter
rible "politicians" now in Wash
ington. Tho sign, "If you don't see what
j ou waDt, nsk for it" is evor bung
out at tho national cnpitol, but un
der Americau rulo Hawaii must
take its place in lino nnd wait its
turn, mindful of tho fact that
thoro nro others of moro impor
tance) who have moro important
claims upon the deliberations of
tho nation's loadars.
Kansas City, Feb. 8. Colonel
Hiram Bledsoe, who died on Men
day at Pleasant Hill, was buried
yesterday. Tho following telo
cram was received timing tho day
from General John P. MoNulta
Chicago, Feb. 7. D. W. Rider,
Superintendent Bolt Lino. Kansas
City: Colonel Hiram Bledsoo's
funeral from his homo near
Pleiisantvillo, under the auspices
of tho United Confedorato Veter
ans, tako place today. Ho was ft
friond of mine. Ho was a gallaut
soldier, one of tho boat type pro
dueed by tho civil war, ivj gen
prous and chivalrous as he was
biave, a splendid fighter whon the
fight was on; a kind and gouerous
host to his defeated foe when tho
tight was over. With inv littlo
command for three days I was in
front of his guns, at short raugo
nt Lexiugton, whoro with others, 1
was wounneu and captured.
Please procuro and send n floral
tribute for Ins casket. Mark it:
"i?rom the men who fought op the
Uniou line at Lexington, Sour. 11.
t(J()N(!ll,l,0 ALSO NOIIItV,
Suy. Tlmt Minlln Conflict H'
Loudon, Feb. 8. Tho Filipino
junta hero has recoivod a cable
gram from Agoneillo, the agent ol
Aguinaldo, dated Montreal, Feb.
7j "deploring tho hostilities which
have had tho effect of securing tho
ratification of tho peace treaty."
Agoneillo also says he bolioveB
tho outbreak was provoked by tho
Americans in order to enatuo the
ratification of tho treaty and de
clares that the Filipinos "far
from being tho ngrussora, were
take by surprise- and wore unpro-pared."
QUESTION OF CEMETERIES
Discussion by Conference of Three Bod
ies Yesterday Afternoon.
Kabauikl vs. Halawa Diamond Head
Punchbowl Distance and Soil and
Water are Mailers In Question,
Tho conference on the cemetery
question was hold in President
Dole's ollico at 3 p. rn. yesterday.
There wero present: President
Dole, Minister of tho Interior
King; Attorney General Smith,
piosideut, and Dr. Emerson, Dr.
Day, Dr. Wood nud L. D. Kolii
pio, of the Board of Health; A. S.
Ologhorh, David Dayton and H.
M. von Holt of the Oaliu Cemo
tery Association; F. A. Sohaefer,
vice-president, Mark P. Robinson
and Goo W. Smith of the Queen's
Hospital Trustees, nud Dr. Gar
Attornoy tienoral Smith ex
plained, with tho aid of maps, dif
ferent propositions lor new como
torios, one to each oud of tho citv.
Reserving tho Nuuanu nud Mn
kiki cometeripB for tho present,
the Attorney General advocated
two such sites. Whatever locn
tious wero deemed most suitable
the Innd, if not owned by the Gov
eminent, should be acquire 1 un
der tho Eminent Domain Aut.
Tbo sites when obtained should bo
turned oyer to the Oabu Cemetery
Association. He had littlo doubt
that the revonuo from the lots
would pay tho expeneo. Either
Halawa orKalmuiki ho would ad
vocato for tho cometery at tho
northwestern end. Halawn, how
ever, could not be obtained within
ton years except by condemnation
Mr. -von Holt nked if Kalihi
valley had ovor been considered.
Iho Attorney Genpral answered
with two objections to Kalihi vnl
ley. Ono was the distance, the
other tho fact of that being n
source of water supply.
Presidont Dote asked for opin
ions of choice bolwebn Haluwn
Mr. Scimefer was decidedly in
favor of Kabauikl. It was about
three miles from the conter of
town, and would be convenient to
the growing suburbs in tbatdiroo
tion. Halawa was too far away,
boaides being in tho midst of new
canefields. He did not agrcp with
tbo Attornoy General's opinion
that tho rcsidenco section would,
for a loug time at least, crowd
ngninst a cemetery in that place.
President Dole nsked why the
old cemetery surmounting the
Asylum grounds could not be ex
tended for the prosent needs.
Mr. Dayton replied that tbe
ground was too rocky. It took
nbout a day to dig a gtavo there.
Mr von riolt nan riiuton over
giouud in tho vicinity and believ
ed that Butliciont depth of free
earth could be found not far away.
Mr. Daytou, nfter further con
verfntiou, enid tho Association
would hold n mooting and decide
whether to put tbo scheme through,
as tho President had suggested,
whenever a site had been selected.
President Dole, in the course of
genoral convocation, mentionod
that all along he had beeu iu favor
of Punchbowl crater. Thoro might
bo other suitable places not yet
mentioned. S. T. Alexander bnd
suggested the crater of Diamond
Mr. Cleghorn spoke of the prac
ticed ho had noticed in European
countries of having cometerics on
hillsides overlooking cities. Ho
thought tbe Punchbowl nud Dia
mond Head propositions worth
Dr. Day was sorry if tho con
ference settled upon any site that
was liablo to Iv (nought within
the city limits. His idea was that
if Haluwa could not be obtained,
they should go farther, lie ask
ed Mr. Dayton if it was not a fact
that tho Catholio cemetery iu
King stroot was when started
away out of town. Mr. Daytou
answered that it was nothing but
n bullock pasture. Dr. Day,
proceeding, urgod that it was in
advisable to havo a cometery en
croach on giound that was likely
to become residential property.
Somo of tho outlying suburbs
wero already so beautiful ns to
causo people to drivo there to see
them. Whon olectrio enrs would
bo uiuuing in every direction, the
growth of tho residential sections
would rapidly increase. Tho
spoaker thought tho questiou of
crematories ought to como into
tho discussion not to mako cio
mation compulsory, howovor, he
said in answer to" Piosidont Dole.
Upon a motion of tho Attorney
Geuernl, tho President appointed
the following joint committee to
report on tho whole matter: Dr.
Day and Geo. W. Smith of tho
Hoard of Health, H. M. von Holt
nnd A. S. Clegboru of tho Onhu
Cemetery Association, nnd W. O
Smith and S. B. Dole of tho Exe
cis:vti:.n'niai. i. pout.
Hill Take on Coal ami Null h,ui.
Tho provision steamer Centen
nial, Piorco commander, arrived
off port enrly this morning and
hauled alongside tho Pacific Mail
wharf nt dnylight with 18( 0 tons
nf provisions for tho soldiers iu
Mnuiln. Captain Piorco stated
tli id morning that he expected to
get away by Sunday. It was ne
cessary to take on 500 tons of coal
The Centennial sailed from Sun
Frnucit-co Monday, February (5
and had fine weather nil the way
to port. Tho Ceutounial wns to
havo carried n number of Red
Cross uursos and somo of tho
wives and families of tho soldierB
and otlicers now on duty in tho
Philippines, but the Quartermast
er's department requiromente wero
such that this was found impossi
bio, nnd Jnmes Recalton, who rep
resents tbo Smithsonian Institu
tion, is tbo only passougor. Ro
calton is a naturalist of some erui
nonco nnd is on n data hunting
oxpeditiou for tho benefit of the
Smithsonian Institution in partic
ular and the people of tho United
States in gonoral.
A number of the staterooms and
part of tho dining saloon on tho
Centennial havo bcon used for tho
stowing of freight, nnd ns far,as
personal comfort is concerned it is
just as woll that tho pnseengev list
Uos been limited to one.
Tho Centennial wns horo last
summer. Since that time, she has
boon fitted up nud painted nnow.
Her officers nro ns follows: Cap
tain Pieroe, First Officer Eagles,
Second Officer Grifiins.Third Offic
er Plum, Chief Enpineer Smith
nud Purser Simpson. There are
m all, oa men aboard.
A LARGE INVOICE
Winchester 44 Carbines.
Winchester 45-70 Sporting Rifle.
Winchester Magazine Shot Guns.
Rice Bird Guns.
Single and Double-Barrel Shot
Smith & Wesbon Revolvers.
Tk Baltic Slip Oregon
:: Is In port, preparing for anotheJ
voyage to a much warmer clime than this.
Many of the crew, both officers and men,
have cameras with which you hope to
furnish wives and sweethearts with pic
tures of the beautiful lands you have
visited or expect to see hereafter, before
the great ironclad is
Once more we strongly advise you to
lu e your films and plates developed be
fore leaving Honolulu, as otherwise you
are almost certain to lose them through
deterioration. Many valuable exposures
have already been
because of dampness or tropical heat.
uomeandsee us, and we will tell
how to avoid this In the future.
C. E. LeMUNYON,
Rooms 2, nnd 4, Love Building.
Pacific Hardware Co,, lid,,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LI11ITED.
Tho i?oople,K IM'ovitU'l'H.
apMs Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table
Linens and Napkins, and Linen
and Cotton Towels.
Special attention is called to
the above, as the qualities are1
guaranteed, while the prices
H. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie 3?eoil'H Providers.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts nnd Needles for All Alachlnes.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
AGENT rOR .
Wheeler & Wilson
LUCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
FEB. 14TH !
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, 31O 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 ST A'
TIONERY FOR FOREIGN CORRE
SPONDENCE. YOU SAVE 25 TO
40 PER CENT I
316 FORT ST.
Other Goods :
64 crates and 18 casks of CROCK'
fcKY ana miina WAKfc, containing a
new supply of our well-known
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.
W, W. Dimond & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King street.
CSySole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Glimey Cleaiiable Re-
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp.CdKtlc&Coolcc
Strictly new 1898 Cleveland Dlcjclei (or Rnt,
Kepalrlnc promptly anj ilioruushly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUNIS', li!7 QUi:i:N btrret,
Near Richard ttreet
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 nnd Compare
Our men's suits with those that
others are asking more for, and you
will appreciate what we are selling
Come and Compare
Our splendid line of hats, underw ear,
boys' and children's suits, gloves,
sweaters, shirts, collars, with any
thing shown you, and you will siy
our styles are up-to-date and prices '
the low est named by any first-cYass
house In the city.
: Waverlcy Bloct
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr,
. Dtlmel'a Linen-Mesh
Rnml (or Catalogue.
vWg Make Shirts to Order.
Telophono No 070.
My Guitars nro noted for tho purity
of tboir tone.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, oto., Ropalrod.
o9 Ho'tl lrt. noposlte the Arlington.
F. IT. OTREMBA, 1
Wood Carving; and Polishing. I
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. "" HONOLULU, II. I
mi floor Honolulu Planing Mill, n
Is a plendldly equipped establishment It has cour
teous drivers, tine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ring up Telephone 32 i
, Manufacturer of
TATJTfc TIATftlT TTfrT TCJ
Wo.kmaushlp and Material Guaranteed'. Repnlrlns
uau ;; ro. Z1UJS 1UKU Si'.
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
115M Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
400 Nuimuii Stroot.
Clnlrs of all Ulmls, Mtiltlni,',
Clgiirs, Silk nnd Chlnose Teas. 1130,