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THE EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU: H. ' I., NOVEMBER "23, 1899.
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Published Every Day, except Sunday,
at 210 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
BULLETIN PUnLISIHNO COMPANY.
W. II. FA1UUNOTON Editor
DANIEL LOQAN City Editor
TIIl'HSDAY. NOVEM11EU 23, 1S99.
The Hiirphin problem Is merely one of
a surplus of problems which Hnwnll
has to solve.
Electricians of the day hao almost
reached the point whero they can glvo
whatever the public nsks for, whether
It bo mechanical appliances or the an
nihilation of spare.
So the "Federal Government" admits
Its mistake in stating that Hawaii was
under military rule. V have yet to
learn that the "federal doernment"
has made the statement that Hawaii Is
or has been under the rule of the War
Our Executives now begins to see Its
mistake In holding out the hope. If not
assurance .that Its Bpeclal agent, Hart
well, would secure the reversal or ex
tensive amendment of the President's
land order. Convincing tho President
and his secratarlcs that they are new
In office and don't know their business
is neither profitable nor dignified busi
ness. THE OPPOSITION AND GDN.
The suggMtlon Is made that the Op
position In condemning the selection of
Hnrtwell ns a special ngent to tho
Washington Government 1 raising a
complication that may bo Injurious to
(thc weltare of Hawaii us a whole.
The Opposition Is willing to accept a
good ileal from the local Executive,
ready to Join Its forces with the Execu
tive in order to secure u business ad
ministration, and to second honest en
deavor to secure territorial rulo as
against colonial or the continuation of
tho present anomaly. Hut It cannot
accept flnrtwell, nor do we believe that
Prelsdent Dohi will gain favor In tho
eyes of tho President or the American
pcoplo by endorsing any man with
Hartwell's war ucord. Wo hnvo yet
to learn that the American peopio place
n high estimate upon any man who
sought, by word and nctlon, to cripple
the wur power of thu United States
when tho nation was engaged In n war
faro that createil Hawaii one of tho
ciltlcal vantage points.
Hnrtwell during the Spnnlsh-Aiiieii-can
war was untrue to the first tenets
of patriotic American principle. Is
thero.nny reason why he should now.
us refpicbtori, liffmt upon a pedestal of
patriotic Integrity and worshipped?
What conclusion would tho people ot
the United 8tates draw should tho
President select Senator Hoar, or tin
far famed Atkinson for n private mis
sion? 'I ho statement eomi's to the ll'ilhtln
direct irom a local governmental
source that Capt. Nichols of tho llen
ningtou placed in the hnnds of the
President nn nllldavlt of Hartwell's neu
tmlity campaign at the opening of the
war. We know that this wus not dono
at tho solicitation of any member ot
tho Opposition or any official In Ho
nolulu. President iIcKInlov is bound
io accept any man whom Mr. Dole con
siders a "proper agent," but we do not
bulla vc that tho people of Hawaii will
gain prestlgo with tho I'resldcntor with
Congress by allowing thelnfercncotobo
drawn that nny largo number of Ha
waiian citizens uio prepared to view
with indifference tho policy for which
Hartwell stood In tho dajr of thu na
THE NEW SPRAKEIt
Henry Loomls Nelson writes In tho
current number of Harper's Weekly a
lengthy nnd highly interesting nrtlclo
on "Tho Next Speaker and tho Noxt
Session.' Nelson was, until recently,
edtor of Harper's Weekly, but since
tho control passed to tho hands of Mi
Clure, and the policy ot Hurper's pub
lication swung from tho nuigwumpinn
to n courso savoring of strong Repub
lican Americanism, ho has been placed
on tho special contributor list. Ills
articles on the President, Secretary
Root, political conditions In Ohio und
Kentucky, and his plea for the artil
lery arm of tho American servlco have
attracted wldo attention and havo
brought the general public to plnco a
higher estimate on tho man by reason
of his knowledge ot public men nnd af
fairs than It did upon his opinions ns
un anti-expansion writer.
Nelson, na a special writer, Is deal
ing with facts as given him by public
men, and ot Impressions gained from
their conversations, neferrlng to tho
personality of tho next Speaker ot tho
Houso. Nelson says: "Mr. Hender
son Is Scotch nnd full of nmiabillty.nnd
besides, his partisanship aside, he has a
strong und often nn Independent mind,
Ho has been brought up on hatred ot
Democrats, but ho is one ot that kind
of mm who lute bin a:ul love tho tln
ncr. He says a good deal more of his
political opponents than ho lives up
it might be said In passing th.it it
soino Of Hawaii's much overestimated
statesmen displayed u small degrco of
tho Henderson characteristics, tho bet
tor would bo their claim to dignified
political manhood. Such evidences of
broad minded character, however, can
hardly bo expected In circles where
childish and petty bigotry obtains.
Reviewing thu prospects of Con
gressional action at the next session,
Nelson deals extensively with the? now
possessions. He says:
'The President has said so often that
tho future relations of tho country to
v. hat he generally alludes to as out
'new possessions,' uio to be determined
b Congress, Mint I naturally tried to
ascertain what the new leader of Con
gress hud In mlud on this subject. I
wjs not able, however, to asceitaln
that .in definite project was enter
tained. The fact iecnis to lie that Con
gress Is waiting upon tho President
"The first 'new possession' Is Ha
waii. That is ours beyond poradven
ture. and there is no opposition there
to our authority. Wo are governing
the Islands under a resold' 'mi of Con
gress which bestows upon tho Presi
dent nil tho executive, legislative and
Judicial functions formerly exercised
by the Dole government. Our naviga
tion laws extend to them, nnd their
commerce Is taxed by our tariff regula
tions, which are not those which pre
"it Is apparent that no chnugo is In
Henry Loomls Nelson Is not om
nipotent or necessarily an unbiased
liutnn ..f tn enn(.rAL.Innnl futurn Tl.la
JMUfeVJ W IIIU v,uh..pin .U...1V.. . ...o .
statement suggests, However, mat iia-
wall may come In on tlio lull end or
Congressional deliberation; tho lust,
first and Hie first latit.
HAWAII AND THE .MESSAGE.
Thu stntement from the Executive
center that Senator Culloin is making
nn effort to have the President deal
with Hawaii In his messago to tho
Fifty-sixth Congress should Impress
our citizens that Senator Cullom has
not lost his Interest In the people of
Hawaii, although ho is credited with
Olio thing is ccitnln. If the Presi
dent does not glvo Hawaii notice in his
message, It will bo one of tho most se
vere set-backs tho country lias yet re
ceived. Should tho words which tho
President devotes to Hawaii be lauda
tory, as they uro likely to be, It Is safe
to assumo that Hartwell nnd the Exe
cutive will claim that "Wo killed the
bear." If tho notlco Is not up to ex
pritntions, wo inny anticipate tho dl
lect lufereuco by local officials that
Cullom has small Influence or that bl
ind tho President have been made the
victims of base misrepresentation. Ac
cording In recent charges against Ked
cral officers and nubile men
In Washington, tho thought that
they posses average discriminating
common dense seems to bo be
yond the ken of thoso prompting tho
Exccutlw'B campaign In Washington.
Ho that as It may, tho chances nre
certainly In favor of Iluwall receiv
ing honorable mention in MeKlnley's
foithcomlng message. Tho President
Is known to be friendly toward ns anil
will do nil he can to further tho speedy
extension ot organized Tenltorlal
The Hullotln docs noi assume to
know the opinion of the President or
Senator Cullom, on thu details of our
"transition period." It. does bellevo
thut the President Senator Cullom, our
friends In Congress nnd ecry Federal
official will do tho utmost in their pow
er to further American Interests here
and will allow no perbounl opinions or
personal Interests to intercfero with
bringing- Hawaii speedily within the
sphere of liberal American territorial
rule where it belongs.
The people can depend upon it that
tho President and Congress will ap
proach tho Hawaiian subject on broad
American lines, with American inter
ests, ns viewed from tho Malnland.glven
the position of first Importance. Any
attempt on our part to obtain excep
tions granting special and unusual fa
vors will bo marked against us, by the
majority, us nn ovldenco of bad faith.
Hawaii must stand on tho same strong
patilotle platform ns tho President
Efforts on the pait of our officials to
establish a defenco of past errors by
making ehnrgcB of misrepresentation,
will bo worse than useless to them
nnd damaging to tho Interests of the
people. Tho acts, of these officials,
which thoy charge havo been misrepre
sented, uro nets of opon record. These
nets cannot bo misrepresented, will not
lie, havo not been Improperly Bet forth
by tho President, departmental officials
or tho so-called Opposition.
We may depend upon It that nolther
the President, departmental officials
nor Congressional friends will seek nn
opportunity to place Hawaii at a disad
vantage before the American public.
Every honest effort to Americanize Ha
waii will bo sure to recclvo cordial en
dorsement from Administration
Just Received, Du
pont's Smokeless Shot
gun Powder, in 1 pound
tins and )i kegs.
Pacific Cycle & lit Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
EULEKVSHLOOK, - - FOKTST.
and Coffee Pots,
Cups 9 Saucers,
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
Which Is now on sile
at the lowest market rates.
Non-Shrinking Patent, Red
wood Tanks, assorted sizes,
from 00 to 10000 gallons ea.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted
sizes, 4 to 2 inch.
Suction Hose and Steam
Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing,
Patent Wash-Out Closets,
with latest improvements.
Penn. Lawn Mowers, 10, 12,
14 and 1 5 inch.
Steel Road Scrapers, Tubular
Wheelbarrows, Champion Ca
nal Wheelbarrows.Extra Heavy
Breaking Plows, Avinc's Steel
Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, as
Tbc Hawaiian Harditfi Go.
Port streets. appetite Sureckets' Bank.
Published Only by
EirVlll Soon be Ready for Mailing.
tfriT Tile looo Hawaiian Scenic Calen
dar will be the finest Scenic Calendar
even gotten up for this trade, both in
point of Scenes anJ Artistic Work. All
the Scenes have been selected for their
beauty and grandeur. The outside cover
will be. 1 copy of Hitchcock's painting of
the Volcano in eruption last July, done In
Oil Colors, the Tcmperature and Rainfall
of Honolulu will be given, and in the back
part of the Calendar will be "Hawaii
Ponol"-"Aloha Oe" "Like No a Like"
and 'Ah! Wela," wi.lch will add to the
value of the Calendar. The Price ready
for Mailing will De only 50 cents ! Leave
Orders for Mailing at
316 FORT STREET.
If 011 want to be In the WHIRL you
must wear up-to-date Furnishing. You
may as well be out of the world as out of
fashion. We can put all the Fancy Fur
nlshlm; on you for little money. '
are Daintv Creations of Fashion's Artists,
in de to ple.ie particular people Step In,
inspect, be wKe and buy. We can surein
help on to be Imp y.
Oi.r HAT STOCK is now c:mplete ly
Likewise our Cl.Ol HING for Men and
Hoys, as well .is tile Little Tots.
is oui motto at our two stores One at the
Coi'iicr Hotel tint) Port streets, mid
the ild stand No. 0 niiil II Hotel
Soino of our regular prices :
Dinner Heti, fid piece, In four
pAllOIIIH $7 ()0
liiKN. set of throo JiO
Tea 1'ots, Mono 25
Fancy Cups nnd Kaucorx , 25
Tumblers, per ilo.en 5'l
Herry Sets, hvoii pieces IJO
1'oppor Shakers ,t , 10
Winn Illumes, per doen (JO
Salad llnl .15
Nieklo Bonding Lamps with Porce
lain Shnde , 1 :i5
Handy I.antornv 76
Night Lumps r. 20
Lamp Chimneys, onrh 10
Lamp Wicks, )or dozen 10
...Importers of CroeKory nnd IIouso..
Solo Agents Jnwel Stoves, coal or
wood ; Oneiney ('loanable) Itefrlgcra
tors, Standard Wickless 111 lie Kliuno Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves,
Hoed ,fc ilarton'd Tinted nr d Storllnfr
Von Holt Block, King street.
Merohant ttreet entrane next to the
PortoAlce, through onr Arede,
Commencing Monday, Nov. 4th,
ON ACCOUNT OP THE RAINY WEATHER, OUR SALE OF
Prices ioc and
Line of beautiful LADIES' CAPES, suitable for cold weather and holiday wear, jut
landed by the Australia.
First line of Ribbons, former price 25c, reduced to 5 cts per yard'
First line of Laces, former prices 15c, 20c and 25c, reduced to 5 cts per yard'
Ladles' Kelts at 1 , 5 cts each
Ladles' Shirt Waists, at 10 cts each
Ladles' Collars, at 1 5 cts each
Ginghams, at 20 yards for J1.00
Fine Lawns, at ? 20 yards for I1.00
Lye Curtains, at Half Price
Ladles' Undershirts, at 5 for 25 cents
SSfA beautiful chance to buy goods at very low prices, at the Temple of Fashion,
commencing next Monday, October 23, 1800.
M. PALAU, Manager.
TO ARRIVE BY
Frozen Oysters Eastern and California,
Fresh Halibut, Celery, Cauliflower, Graphs,
Plums, Peaches, Pears, Apples, Turnips, etc.
Turkeys, Chickens, Cranberries, Atmore's Alince-meat.
Plum Puddings, Raisins, Nuts, Fresh Apple Cider,
Bottled Cider, Condensed Mince-meat. At
710-712 Fort Street, Orpheum Block,
fe" Residence Lots on Pacific Heights
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence properly having similar advantages and
attractions, as for health! ulness of location, having an eleva
tion of from 170 to Soo feet, and affording the grandest marine
and scenic views ; as also its proximity to the business part
of the city, being less than a mile from the Progress Block,
has ever before been presented to the people of Honolulu.
One ot the main features of thjs property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water,
pronounced by Dr. C B. V ood as being the purest and best
drinking water obtainable in the Island, which is now being
conducted into storage reservniis upon the property by an
independent pipe line, and will be supplied to residents at
OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee to all pur
chasers of lots on Pacific Heights, that we will, within six
months, provide rapid transportation to the highest lots on
1 he property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
TBRMS : y3 cash, li in one year, y3 in two vears ;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments.
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same.
For maps and lull particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block. , ?
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Eastman Kodak Co.
.H.iviiik Given the.,
Li) Muuy on lllu, Supply C,
AN HAWAIIAN AGL'NCY,
I'he latter now ofler for
The : Holiday : Trade'!
MODEL 1900 K0DAKS
Bromide Paper, Sollo, Dekko,
und ALU THINGS PHOTOGRAPHIC.
426 Fort Street.
5c per yard.
"JH" H" H-
Cull next Saturday, Nov
ember 18 and inspect pret
ty horses, rigs and modern
business facilities of the
Uonolnla Stock Yara Co, Lta.
Corner Alakea and
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