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THE EVBNINn bUr.LBT!N. HONOLULU, H. 1., RTAROH 1, 18H9.
FOR THE SEASON !
9 PERFUMES gii
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
r Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571,595.9;
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
TI10 Ounntnla Usuo-inll tlin latent and most llboral forini of Llfo. Insttnl
rannt, Iiicomo Dividend, Endnwmnni nr Bowl Pollolo.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY", Manager.
1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S ioy is
jW. C. PEA.COCK. & (DO., Ltd.
Telephone XTo. -4-
TELEPHONE 92. " P. O. BOX 145
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
. . y IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Peed
New goml ri'on'VMii liy every n'iok-1 from tne .Stat" ttal Europe,
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All order M'lifully lUlmided to, anil uikhN iMIvt-reJ
TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREW.
Goiioral Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods.
Man'1 Orilf r d llolCml. BilUftiution Giiarinterdi
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
Machines Sold on Installments. Renting and Repairing.
Parts and Needles for All Machine's.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
, AGENT (OR
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machin
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR JIOTEL STREET, - , - , (QNpLULU, ,11. I,
33 . .
Handsome Vehicles !
On tho Mohlew wo recolved a largo lot of the Latest Styles
In SURUEYS, PHOTONS and ROAD CAKTS, which will make
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
TV. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r,
And HOUSE PAINTERS.
HS'4 Nuuanu street, Honolulu, H. I.
400 Nnuami Street.
Clnlra of all klniN, Matting,
I 'ihara, Silk anil Chinese TeaH. 1130
The Jlnlletin, 75c per month.
in' Mil iijgffti.-g
Without a Rival.
IT APPEALS TO HIS
ami ut.1 .mrir.Mtru'r en. 1PUK5TY maBW
fc a. h'tlM J.Vi i". hw-.nJ
FORT STREKT, ABOVE HOTEL,
Tenders will be received at the
Office of Bruee Waring & Co.,
PROGRESS BLOCK, upito Satur
day noon, Alarch nth, 1899, for the
construction of a Street on the
"PACIFIC HEIGHTS". The
right Is reserved to reject any or all
Specifications can be had at our
BRUCE WARING & CO.
the Mckinley principle
Powerful Spiscl of the President De
livered in Boslon.
Has ConDdenca la tho American People -Philippines
Will hi HeH As the
Boslon, Fob. 1C Proaident
William MeKiuli'y arrived in
Bnetou lodny to lio tho uueet of
the Home Murkest Club nt a bnu
qai't in bis honor fit Mi'cknnica'
Hfill. It was tins lnrgost banquet
over nrrrnnu.ed in thitt conutry, tho
oxnct number f parsons who were
eerved being 1,914.
Thprn whs (treat enthusiasm
when (he dinner had beeu enn
el'idod. Guvetuor Wolo.itt, who
pr sided, nu I Mnj r Quluoy, mhdf
brief xdlr-ss'S, "olcoiniiw Ih-Prerfid-nJ.
was tli -11 i'itryiluj-d nud npukd iu
part as folluwu:
Mr. Toist nasler nnd Goutlu
mou: Tho ears o quickly. It
Hpotm not bo lung, out it is in
fact six yenrii niuoo it was my
honor to bo n givst of tku Home
Market Club. Muoh has hap
pened iu tliH intorviuiun timo.
I1H11PH which, wrf then 'eugaging
uwhiveberu Hottlt) I or put aside
for larg r and m ire absorbing
ones. Domo-itio conditi ins havo
improved and htp generally sntis
L do not know why in tho ypar
1899 this republic has unexpected
ly had pUeed before it might
problems wlii-h it must faen nud
meot. I'h y hnvo eomo and re
hero, aud I hey 0 uld not bo kept
aay. Many who wero impatient
for the CDtitliut n our ayo, appu
eutly he.d'0ds of Us laraer result-,
I wore the hrH to cry out Huaiust
th" far-reaehing c nnt quent'en of
iheir own nca. Tlioe nt us who
droaded wr most, and wboso
every ell rt was direce I to pre
vuut it, had fears of no.v nml
grave problems which mibt fol
low ite iiiMUL'uniii mi. Tho evolu
tion of eei Ib vhieh no iniin could
control bioiiyht tbo-e prohleuiH
upmi us. Certxiu iiislhtt thuy
have Lot oomo through any fault
ou our pan, but as a uigh oliliga
tiou, and we meet thorn witu a
uleur couHcionco and uueoltisu
puipone and with o d, hearty re
solve to nnd'itike their solution.
THE WAR AND ITS RESULTS.
"War was decluod in April,
1898, with praitical unauimiiy by
the CongteS'', and, nno upon us,
whs HUdtaiiio I by like unanimity
anions the po pie
"It whs tho war of tho nndivi
"Evoy great set iu its progress
from Manila to Santiago, from
Guam to Porto Rio . m-t univer
sal and hearlv commeudation.
The protocol coin maud, d the nine
tioally unanikufus approval of-the
American people. It wan wel
corned by every lover of peaco
beneath tho lkg,
"Tho PhilltppiuFB, liko Cuba
aud Porto Rico, worn intrusted to
our bauds by tho war, and to that
groat trust, undnr the proviuco of
Uod aud in the imme of human
progress and oivi izatiou, wo aro
coromitteil. It is a tru-a wo hav-i
not bought; it is not a trust from
w ich we will fliuoh
"What nation was ever nble lo
w ite an auuurate pnurainmo of
luo war upon whioh it was enter
ing, muoh lei-s deoroe in advance
the scope, of its results? Congrexs
can declare war, but a highor
pnwer deoroes its boun 'b and fix
its relations and roepouribilittea.
The President cao direct the
movemeuts of soldiers ou tho Bold
Hud floota upon the sea, but he
cannot foresee tbe close of such
movements or presoribe tlioir
li no its. He. cannot untiuioato or
avoid tho c'inf.eououcen. but he
must meet them. No accurate
map of nations oifuatjed iu war
can be traced uutil tho war is
over, nor enn tho measure jot res
ponsibility be fixed till the last,
gun is fired and tho veidiot em
bodied iu tho stimulations of peauo.
AMERICA WILL KEEP I'lIILIPPINEB.
"We hear no complaint of the
relations crpatpd by this. Govern
ment, and tbo islands of Cuba
and Porto Rioo.
'There rtre snrno. howevor, who
recarl the TbiliDDines as in a
different relation, hut whutoVor
variety of views thern mnv be on
'his phaco of the, questiun, there
is universal agrooinont thit the
Philippines ahull not be turned
iuwtM i 'Mminittf' Jiii ""'Yi ,s&-
back to Spain. No true Ameri
can cnnsui.ts to that.
"Even if unwilling to accopt
them ourHelveH, it would have
been a weak evasion of manly
duty to require 8pain to transfer
them to some olhor power or
powers, and tuns shirk our own
responsibility Even if we had,
as wo did not havo, the power to
compel such 11 transfer, it could
not have been made without the
mot serious international com
plications. "Such a coarsn could not bo
thouuht of; a id yot, had wo re
fused to accept the cession of them
e hhoul.l hvo had no power
ovor them, oveu for their own
g'tod. We could not dinchargo
tho responsibilities thrust upon
us until tbeso islands becomo ours
either by co liquet or trosty.
"There was but one alternative,
and that was: Eilhor Spain or
the United Slates in the Philip
pines. "There was but one alternative,
nud that was tilled in tbe oxpul--i
in of Spanish sovoioiguty from
their islands, aud while tbe war
that destroyed it was in progress,
wo couul uot a-k their viows. Nor
can wo now ask their couseut.
"Indeed, can anyouo tell me in
what form it could be mamhallod
and uscortaiuod uutil peaco and
order, to ueco83ry to the reign of
reason, shall bo secured an 1 es
tablished. A roigu of terror is
not tbo kind of ruL uudor which
'he riiht action and deliberate
juluiueiit aio possible. It is not
a time for the liberator to submit
important questions concerning
liberty and govornraeut to the
liberated while: they Hre engaged
iu shooting down their rescuers.
DUTIE8 OF CONORESS.
" Wo have n w eudod tbo war
with Spaiu. The troaty has beon
ratili d by moro than two-thirds of
tin S unto of the United Statos,
and by the ju Igrnent of niuo
teulbs of its people. No Dation
was over more fortunato iu war or
more honorable in uountiatinns
for pjace. Spain is now elimin
ated from tho pr tblem. It remaius
to ask what we ahall do now. I do
not iutrudo upon tbo duties of
Cougipss or seek to anticipate or
forest dl its notions. I only say
that the treaty of pi-aee, honorably
bpo'hoI, liavini; been ratified by
tho United States, and as wo con
fidently otpect, shortly to be rati
fied in Sjain, Cougross will have
'he pi 1 wo r, and I am sure ihe pur
pos- lo do what in ood morals is
right and just and humano for
these pooplo in distant seas.
" It is sometimes hard to deter
mine what is host to do, and tho
best thing to do is often times the
lmdest. The prophet of ovil
would do nothing becauso ho
lliuuhea at sacrifico and effort, nud
to do notliinu is easiest nud in
volves tho least cost. On thoso
who havo thiuus to do there rests
a responsibility which is not on
those who have no obligafiono as
" If the doubters wero in n m.
jority ihore would, it is true, bono
mum, ui Biiuiiuce, do anxiety onu
no burden raised or carried; no
contribution from our ease aud
purse oud comfort to the welfare
of others, or even to tho oxtentinn
of our resources to tbe welfare of
ourselves. Thoie would be ease.
but, alas! there would bo nothing
FUTUHE OF THE rillLII'PINES.
"i'hn future of tho Philippine
islands ia now in thohands of tlm
"It wo kuow evorythioc bv in-
tuuiou and I Bometiraes think
there are thoeo who believe that;
ifwedount they do we should
nol nefd information; but, unfor
tnuatel, modt of us are not in
that happy state. The whole
subjict is ubw with Congress, and
ConrPBB ia tb viiep, the con
suiouce aud thj judgmeut of the
American people. Upon their
judgment and conscience can we
not rely ' I believe in them, I
trust them. I kuow of no better
or safer human tribunal than the
THE PRESIDENT'S TLANS.
Uutil Gonuress shall direot
otherwise, it will be the duty of
the Executive to possess and hold
the Philippines giving to tbe
people thereof peaco and benofi-
coat government, affording them
every opportunity to proseoute
their lawful purnuits, oncouraging
them in thoir industries; making
them feel and kuow wo are their
frionds, not their enemies; .that
th"ir pood is our oim; thai thoir
w If tire is our welfare, but that
neither thoir aspirations nor ours
can be realized uutil our authority
is scKuowieugoii ana unques
tioned. -' alt -"
"I have no light or knowledge
nol common to my countrymeu. 1
do not prophecy. The proseut is
alt-absorbing to me, but I cannot
bound my vii m by tho blnod
etained trenches arouud, Manila,
whero every led drop, whpther
from the veins of au Amoiicau
soldier or n misguided Filipino, is
aupuish to my heart; but by the
brought rnnu.o of future yeare,
when tho group of islands, under
the impulse of the jei.r just past,
shall havo becomo tho gem nnd
glonos of these tropical seas, a
land of plenty and of increasing
possibilities, a people redeemed
from savago indolence and habits,
devoted to the arts of pence, in
touch with the coramerco nud
trade of all nations, enjoying the
blessings of freedom, of civil and
reliuious liberty, of education aud
of homos, nud whoso children and
children's shall for nges
lienco bless the American repub
lic because it emancipated and re
deemed their fatherland aud set
them in thu path vny of the
world's best civilization."
The Lait Car.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
cleverost mixolouists in the city
aro there always to put you up
anything you may do-iro. Drop
in and tako a drop before you take
tho cor. The celebrated Seattle
beor is Jo he had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors including the
famous A. A. Jeese Moore Whii-ky
oh3., always on hand. Tho most
exacting nnd vnriod demands can
be satisfied. I'hn Anchor Saloon
is here to please ita natrous.
American Messoneer service
Masonic Temple,Telephono 444.
If you want a nico rnbbpr tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 319,
and wo guarauteo you will be
Swollon elands, Scrofula Sores, Hip
Dlsoaso, Bolls, Plmplos, Erup
tions Toll tho Story Droadful
Consequences of Impuro Blood.
Certainly scrofula, II anything, may bo
called tbo advertisement of foul blood.
It la tho scourge of tho world offensho,
painful, dcbllltatlnc, stubborn. Outward
applications do not euro. Emollients
may palliate, they cannot abolish tho evil.
There Is one sure way out, and that la to
eliminate tho taint from tho blood. Tor
this purpose Hood's Sarsaparllla ia abso
lutely without an equal.
"I havo taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for
scrofulous humor and Impuro blood and
am now almost entirely cured of tho erup
tions with which I have been afflicted for
tho past year. My face, chest and back
were badly broken out." I'll ED B. Oiid
WAV, Woodstock, Vt.
1 tho bet-ln fact the One True Illood Vurlfler.
Hnnrl'c Dillo t''o Iwit after-dinner
nooa s puis BUSi aM dlRC!lMoiu
FINE SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
A HEALTHFUL SPOT CLOSE TO THE SEA
I All Tralm to anil from Honolulu "
" I S.op at the Hotel 1 -fc
Albert Toognod, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announcos to tho public that ho Is now
opon for engagements to take charo of
BanquoU, Balls, Dinnora and Gardon
Parties, Socials, oto.
Address care Union Kxpreas Company
A FlrHt-cIana Itonort in every respect.
The best 25 cont meal to bo had.
ICE CREAM Ifi CENTS A 'PLATE.
LOOK HOP A CO..
Dorntnnla in Port atreota.
The Annual Aieetln'of theSiockhnlders
of the Inler-lsland Steam Navigation Com
pany, Ltd., will beheld at the office of the
Company, on Tuesday,, ,arch 7th, 1899,
at loo'tlocU, A. At.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1890.
PILLING FOR SALE.
Parties deslrlne to have filllne for land.
consisting pf Stone, Enrt,h, Sind, or Coral
Rock, can be furnished In quantities to
suit by applying to
J. A. AlcUUIKh.
1151-iw Union Express Co.
u,MiH!. 'iLUk atitt .-,- juijMUkv
Real Estate and Insurance.
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
Bruco Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loin on Mortgages.
We are Agents for
Srea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
T Room an 8. Telephone 67.
Real Estate Broker.
209J MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnoso Qranlto Hitching
Posts, $ each.
Property In town.
IIOUSIS TO U.T.
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
Cir Wo will liny or riell Kna) Estate In
II pnitaof the group.
tV We will Holi Proprtlos on Ueaaon
)FFICE. 10 West King street
OFFICE, P32 FORT STREET.
LOUIS tC. M'GREW
OKKIC1S No. IB ICuithuiiianu street,
Uonolnlii. Fornmrlv A. Hnsn's oflloe.
United Ktatoti Custom Ilouxo rirokora
Aeuouutauta, Keurchurs of Titles and
Oonoral Business Agonts.
Telophono MO 1024
( JAS. F. MOHC1AN,
Mcmbct of Honolulu Stock Exchangt.
P. O. Doi 5M.
"General Manager of
I'he Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United 8tatei for the Hawaiian
Orr'owi Merahant street. Honolulu 1
JAS. P. MORGAN,
OUTIONKBK AND BTOGKj BROKXB
No. IS Queen Street.
Expert Approisomont of Keal
fltnto onrl Ftirnitnni.
A. J. OAMPRELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ot the Honolulu Stock Enchant.
Oflleo Queen Mrcot, opposite Union
DONNELLY & ROSS,
Expert Accountants and '
Searchers of Titles. .
Custom Hoi'sb Biiokeiih.
Ilooin Ho. 5 Hprcckola Building,
Honolulu, II. I. ,
C A.BINETM A KEB 3.
TURNERS AND POI IStirR1? o( nil kMJ, oINaUvt
vtouj. v-nuAiimuc- in swck and ro order.
KING STRtLT, - - NLAR ALAPA!