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THE EVENING BtitLETLN". HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBRUARY 20, 1899.
Pjbllshed Every Day, except Sunday, at io King
street, Honolulu. II. I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R FARRINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1805).
Tuu man wbo HelU mi isocount
of tbrt doprtBsiiup uewsjcoutnined
iu Mr. Kium'y'a letter, will got
Oar tin ruing couteinpomry whb
careful uot to gi the Washing
ton dnteoE Cointuiesioner luuney's
Whatever eoudiuuiiatiou Gen
Eognn's enemies tuny lienp upou
biui, thy cnuiiot say that he is
If tho stuniiifrn arriving increase
iu tho preeont rntt , Honolulu will
have to jjo boiouil the roof for its
Qaery: What wi'l Honolulu
harbor contrHotitinists do with the
now Pacific Mail liners when they
ar.-iio off pm?
Now that Auilreo-'B fate 6cornb
rciiionnbly sure, tho people are
Baiinu, "How foolish." Nothing
succeeds liko fiucct-st and vie
versa iu thin day an I generation
Aguhirildn hns discovered that
North Carolina is on tho map
j As there is a good lopresentntiou
from the Southern Shites in Man
ila, he will do well to bo ciroful
in his crilieittn.
Tho appiouclT of the 2ud of
Fubiuary suutosts that the otHcial
organ might now give tho publiu u
story entitled "If Wabhiugtou
sliould come to Hawaii "
When Mr. Hole appoints (Me
gates to tins trans - MissiaEipp
Congress, liu will do well to sebc
men who havo not boon a-ocnit
td with tun jilea for a dolaj for
tho extension of American law.
Cleveland, lirytiti, Oaruegin
nnd President Jordan have been
indulging in conniption fits sine,
tho ratification of tho pnaoe ttealy
Evou llieso poworfal contrnu
tioi isrs oHunot stay tho ouwmd
match if the American nntiou.
After tho kindly words shower
ed upon the Chiof Justice by the
membors of the liar, it is hunlh
necc6bary for tho press to add
more than a complimentary sec
ond to th 1 motion since the pao
pie aro not tn be alluwed to vnti
on tho judgeships aud tho no we
pnpord i. re supposed lo lecord
nothing but thu deeidioua of t lit
judges. Ueurty cougratulatioiih
are certainly in older for Mi.
Judd nnd (hey are olT"red w Ih
tho hope tlmt our pieeeut Chief
Justice raav live long aud pros
Mr. Kinnoy's letter from Was!
inpton give! prncticnlly the biiuo
reviow of tho situation as has
previously bun givon by tho
special despatches to tho Bulle
tin. Only good Inok or a special
'dispensation of Providonco can
Boouro goneral legislation for Ha
waii at this session of GougrehP.
At tho present timo all the bills
extending special laws to Hawaii
have reached tho Souato, whero
tho prospect is that the laws re
lating to 'hipping and immigra
tion will secure recognition ami
the tariff law is held up in the
Fiuancs Comm Uen probably
tliu.ugli the influence of Chim
in un Al'lrioli, Mr. Kinney spouks
wisely whou bo states that tho
prot09t lodged with tho Finance
Comrailteo will bo without offeot
aud it brnipH iuto piominonoo tho
two hIooIb that Hawaii hns fallen
between by atking for a delay in
lawn in tho first place.
Whist would bo tho most valu
able and interesting information
would bn a review of the position
of Hawaii's former friendB. Tho
objector Pettigrew has neither
power nor influenco with
tho administration or tho Re
publican party- His opposition
can bo counted on first, last and
always. The question of tho hour
is: How do the Hawaiian Govern
ment's former friondB staud ?
Tho teudenoy of rnnkiup; Mr.
Kinney loiter public at this lime
is simply to "bear the market" or
pave the way for Mr. Dole to ap-
loiiil delegates to IrauB-Miss'iesip-pi
CoDgrcbe. If the former result
in anticipated it will bo unsuccess
ful, Hiueo the peoplo of Hawaii
hive been awako to tho fact tlmt
legislation relating to Hawaii at
this session is not probable. As to
the trauH-Mississippi Congress,
Huwaii should havo a delegate
thcru whether wo gut legislation
ivautod or no.
A BOOK OF THE DAY
(The I'rlde n( Jennlco by Agnes anJ Ccelton Castle.
I or sale by Hawaiian News Company,)
Tliise who onjoy tho strong
portraynl of Bterliujj manhood aud
wiimati hood, this new book brought
out by tho Maomillian Company,
aud alieadv ruuuiug in the third
edition, will interest aud charm.
It is a straight forward narrativo
told with attractive simplicity,
Tho lin dipt. BaBil Jonnico,
com's into control of a vast estate
in Moravia thmuuh tho disgust of
Ins uiicIm with a marriage alliance
made by the recognized heir. The
young master is charged with
making a marriage alliauce that
hall satisfy the timo honored
pude of Jennico. Ho meeta the
jrinco'B of n neighbonnir princi
pality, secretly weds and is made
to beliovo ho has married a wait
inn maid Tho details of Jenui
co's struagle between lovo and
buy, tho honor of an Euglish
geutlmen and the apparently
ni(iian, ovnsivo, yot, as appeals
lilor, the upright character of tlo
priuci'ss arrf woven into a plot
that appala to the manliness of
man and the womanliness of wo
man. There is notio of prosaic
wrhosity of the cheap novol. The
nook points a moral and tho read
or accomplishes something more
n itrt perusal than "pavsiug away
m5vh oi' tiu: xivr.
Ori'uon acul lrlK will iirolmbly Snll
Accotdinc to present calcula
tions, the Oregon and Iris will
U't away for Manila this evening
The Iris will go out to an anchor
age near tho Oregon this after
uoou. The Oregon will raako a stop at
Until) foi the purpose of taking
in coal from tho Irip. Tho
iih'i)s will thou imqh ou to Manila
a- ini'oUy as possible.
When tho Jrit nrrived iu port a
wok iiki) Sunday, it was thought
tint at leust twenty days would
be necessary to comploto repaus.
Whou it was found that gfrat hur
ly was nootsiary, work was rush
ed and tho Honolulu Iron Woika
raado tho necosary filtiygn. Now,
tho Iris is in good shape nud ready
for sua, having taken about a fort
night lens than at first thought.
Th-arrival of the BiutusSnt
urday night has made a changa iu
affairs on the Philadelphia. As
matters st tad before tho arrival of
the Brutus, it was thought the
Philadelphia would havo to wait
until tho Soindia hnd boon ro
paired, before makinc hor'trin to
Samoa, in order to have that ship
as n couiur.
Now, it is most likely that tho
Brutus will uo right along with
the Philadelphia as a collier and
that tho Soindia will return to San
The BrutuB, having come out of
the jurisdiction of Admiral
Dewey, is now subjeot to tho
orders of Admiral Kru'z and as
rush orders have been given tho
Pniladelphia, it is very likely that
the Hrutus will go to Samoa.
Tho Philadelphia will got away
DINNER TO CHIEF JUSTICE
In Honor ol His Twenty-five Years on
Speitbes by Guest of the Evening and Others
Good Menu and Music Poem
by Judge Hardy.
Tho Bir dinner to Chief Juslico
Judd, in honor of his quarter of a
century on tho Supreme Court
bench, was carried out in good
order at tho Hawaiian hotol on
Saturday evening. Au excellent
monu was served by the manage
ment. Tho Government baud
played one of its best programs.
Forty-sevon judges and lawyors
eat down to the banquet.
General A. S. Hartwoll pre
sided, having ou hU right tho
Chief Justice, and on his loft
President JDolo. Both tho chair
man and the left supporter are ex-
Justices of tho Supremo Court,
the former haviuc been a prede
cessor and tho. latter n colleague
of the gueat of tho evening.
Speech-making was started
shortly after tho beginning of the
feast. Goneral Hartwell proposed
the health of tho Chief Justico, in
a speech reviewing his houorablo
career und ovents thereto related.
Chief Justice Judd, responding
spoko of tho development of tho
judiciary and1 tho law iu Hawaii.
Ho remarked that ho was not the
official longest in continuous pub
lie service. District Mugistmte
W Jjiuhor Wilcox was .appointed
as Hawaiian intorpretor a twelve
mouth before the Bpeakor was
commissioned Attorney General
"The Exooutive" wan respond
ed to by President Dole, nnd theso
other toasts followed:
"Supreme Couit Justices" As
sociate Justice W. A. Whitins.
"Circuit Court J'l '"es," propos
ed by .Mr. Ballou Judges Perry
aud btanley. A poem by Judge
Hardy of Kauai was also road
uloug with that gentleman's
'l'ho Attorney Goneral"," pro
posed by Mr. Humphreys, faco
tiously as an "impeachment" W.
The Chief Justico proposed
"Tuo Bar," respoudod to by Mr.
JJavidsou, tho "ISow diners" be
mg represented by Mr. Alcuauts
Judgo Harlwell's health being
propes d, Mr. McClanaban acted
aa hi representative to respond.
Messrs. Thurston aud Hatch
responded for "Ex Ministers to
Mr. Atkinson represented "The
University Mou" in a laconic ami
At tho request of Chiof Justice
Judd tho company roie at tho
laying of "Hawaii Ponoi," while
'resident Dole inducud throo
cheers for "Star Spangled Ban
Seveial good stories wero told
by different speakers.
Mr Kaulukou reprosontod the
"Hawaiian Bni," his vernacular
beiug interpreted by Mr. Thurs
tou. He concluded with a mo
tion to adjourn, which broko up
the merry meeting nt 11:30
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the scintillations
It seems almost
Worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of using these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
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
low est cash prices ever known, and
not an article In the store has been
there more than one season.
Come and 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, underwear,
boys' and children's suits, gloves,
sweaters, shirts, collars, with any
thing shown you, and you will say
our si vies are up-to-date and prices
the lowest named by any first-class
house In tljrc city.
9 Hotel Street
Agentu for Dr. Delmel's Llncn-Moeb
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tnlophono No 071.
310 Port Street,
Has lust owned un over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the following popular
.uithors: Grant Allen Slenklew Icz
Hill Cnlne Captain Charles King
A. Dumas A. C. Gunter Georglc Shel
don Vrs. Southworth Beatrice Harr.iden
Albert Ross Ople, Read W. Chrk
Rusll Ch irlotte At. Hraeme Alay
Agnes l-leinlng Kobert Louis btevenson
.Marie Corelll St. George Rathbom and
many others w liom space forbids quoting.
These are all In paper bindings, and retail
for 2;c and vx. each.
EffrNew light-weight Stationery for
fore Urn corrcsrwindencc.
Sr Hawaiian Silk Fhgs. Ukuleles, and
Tam-patch Guitars; Curios: nnd THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALEN
USVLow prices, desirable goods, and
courteous treatment always at
J. M. WEBB.
Other Goods :
-04 crates and 18 casks of CROCK
ERY and CHINA WARE, containing a
new supply of our w ell-know n
In BLUE, FADE GREEN and RUSSET
BROWN colors, w itli our new 1899 pat
tern called LY1 rON.
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 Trench Chin 1, which Is very neat In
appearance, reasonable in price, and is sold
in quantities to suit the purchaser.
, W, Dimond & Co.
..Von Holt Block, King Btreet.
EGrSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re-
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
....DEALER IS ...
Mnrhlo, Granite ami lluwullun Stone
TILING, COUNTKK TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Cnnrcb.
All kinds of Iicttorlng aid Carvlntr.
Eutlmatos KurnlHliod. 1H0
CITY REPAIR SHOP .
115 Bethel St.,opp.Cnstle & Cooke
Strictly tww i88 CleveUnd Rlcycles for Rtnt.
Second-hand llicjcl" tor tale.
Repairing: promptly rJ thoroughly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
K S. SACHS DRY- GOODS C0MPA1JY, LIMITED.
7JLs3 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 are
guaranteed, while the prices
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlio People's Providers.
CALL FOR FREE SAMPLE.
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
v .AXiIj HAVE THEIR IIjIjS.
REMEDIES MADE BY JOHN POTTIB & SONS,
Veterinary SurReons of Worldwide Fame, will
CURB THOSE! ILLS.
Money is Saved by Investing in Pottie's Remedies.
Blask Oils for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black Ointment for Hopes' 1-eet, Electric Oils, a mild Dllster,
Pottle Eye Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and 1 re..
BSyThls is only a pirtial list ; If you don't see what you w.int ask '
C. W. MACFARLANE,
1143 Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
toi? mw nuira
iMjy J.1UW JJMuy u
Pure DrugH (inil Clicmtciils.
Pci'funicpy, Toilet ArtlclcH, Dpujjiitst SuiuIHck.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
Hi TELEIMIONL s-l
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
AGENT I OR
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STRGliT, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
Guitars - Made.
My GuitnrB nro noted for the puritj
o thoir touo.
QultarB, Mandolins, Violins, etc., Ropalred
oCg Hotel street, noposlte tho Arlington,
F. IT. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving arid Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H.I
ani floor Honolulu Planing Mill. mt
li a splendidly equipped establishment llhaicour
teous drivers, tine horses, and rubber-tlresd,
Ulnji up Telephone 32 S
G uitars Uku letes,
TAUO TATOir FIDDLKS.
Workmaiuhlp and Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1130 :: No. 2I0K KINO ST.
elc. 1vin- jt
BfiTIf a eufllolent number of patlonts
nro B'jariintoort, our uwlstant pliyclclan
will go to Honolulu and treat thorn nt
homa.- Tn, Tii, Sat
No sliop worn gcods 011 the coun
ters of merchant? who advertise in