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THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONQLULTJ: H. I., TUESDAY, DEOEMBEB .6, 1899.
lubllalicd Every Day, except Sunday,
t 210 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
BULLETIN PUBLISH! V COMPANY.
W. n. KAimiNOTON IStlltor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Per month, nnywhero in H. 1...$ .73
Per year, in H. 1 8-00
Per year, postpaid, U. S., Canada
or Mexico 10.00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign
Payable Invariably In ailvnucc.
Post omco Box 71S
TUESDAY, DECEMIir.H f, 1S99.
"Never look n gilt horso In the
mouth," Is the old maxim nnd Dowry
nddB "never give it away."
The best stock In thu market in the
O. A. K. school Hag fund, unlimited.
Tho patriotic profits cannot bo over
estimated. To thu Hoard of Education CJlvo tho
school children time to cat tl.elr
breakfast. Tho mothers liavo to work
hard enough as It Is.
Gen. Hrod Funston docs not run
nway from anybody or anything. When
he completes the duty to which tho na
tion calls him n vigorous advanco Into
his personal enemy's country Is ussur
ed. "Attorney General Griggs still stub
born," Is tho way ono government or
gan put It. When a Bcrlous mistake
has been made, why not bo man
enough to admit It. or at least not
charge Washington authority with
stubborn narrow lnlndcdncsa.
Willi the excellent opportunities now
offered to comment ou Delegate Hart
well and his mission, tho government
can perhaps gain somo knowledgo of
what tho so-called Opposition Is ready
to forego In order that Hawaii may pre
sent a solid front In Washington.
"Governor" Sam Parker continues
to bo n disturbing element to tho peaco
of somo of his local friends. Col. Par
ker Is heartily In favor of territorial
rule, and tho favorable attentions
shown hlin in Washington certainly
should not bo mndo a topic of local
Since tho Dolo government has been
so prompt to chargo local citizens with
misrepresenting tho situation In Ha
waii, it would seem fapproprlato that
Mr. Dolo and Mr. Frear go to Washing
ton to assist in substantiating thoso
charges. Under present circumstances,
however, discretion Is tho bettor part
of valor, and Hawaii's' Interests nro
unquestionably safer In tho hands of
such ahlo politicians nnd honest friends
as Messrs. Cullom, Morgan and Hltt.
Un trammeled by the local squabbles
or squabblers theso men cnu accom
plish more for Hawaii In n day than
can local representatives during the
THE LAND ORDER AFFIRMED,
Alfred S. Hnrtwell, special agent nnd
nnonichil delegate of tho Hawaiian
Executive, telegraphs to Mr. Dolo that
Attornoy General Griggs rcatllrms his
decision which resulted In tho Presi
dent's land order. In other words tho
Executive of tho United States refuses
to conccdo tho claim made by tho Exe
cutlvo of Hawaii that tho President's
proclamation was made under a misap
prehension of the situation In Hawaii.
Whllo this rcnfllrmatlon Justifies tho
Bulletin In saying "I told you so," wo
have no dcslro to taunt local ofllclals
with further proof of their lack of capa
city or failure to appreciate that an
order or suggestion from tho President
or any of his Secretaries means exact
ly what It says, nnd cannot bo upset be
cause tho wiseacres of Hawaii disap
prove of Interference with their inde
pendent authority. Tho Bulletin has
held steadfastly to a straightforward
American policy, placing confldenco In
tho superior knowledgo of Washing
ton authorities and their capacity to In
terpret tho Newlands Resolution on
strictly American lines. That Mr. Dolo
has considered such a policy, ono of
Opposition speaks for Itself. That he
has not placed confldenco In tho know
ledgo nnd capacity of tho President nnd
ills Secre'tarles Is not tho fault of tho
Bulletin and tho radical (so-called by
friends of our ofllclals) American olo
ment in Hawaii.
What prestlgo Mr. Dolo and his sup
porters havo lost by their attempt to
provn tho President, Secretary Hay,
and Attorney General Griggs mistaken
In their conclusions wo will not dwell
upon. What prestlgo Hawaii has lost
by tho action of theso ofllclals It is hard
to forecast. Wo trust that reflections
jnade upon Secretary Hay's knowledge
of tho duties of his ofllce, nnd tho later
criticism of tho President's action will
not bo taken too seriously in Washing
ton,' because Hawnll can III afford, at
this critical Juncture, to lose a slnglo
point In tho game. We believe, how
ever, that tho olllcers In Washington
appreciate that Mr. llartwcll was nnd
Is a personal ngent and tho only local
Interest tnken in ills mission has been
to noto how far ho nnd tho officials ho
represented could Birccced In belittling
the Washington Executive.
As has been previously stated In this
paper wo regret tho position In which
Innocent purchasers have beerr placed
by tho Dole government, and wo nro
BtUl Inclined to believe that tho Presi
dent will turn tho whole matter over to
Congress, where full Justice will bo dono
tho purchasers who acted In good faith
nnd unfortunately pinned their faith to
local ofllclals who could sco no power
or wisdom beyond that found in their
own narrow circle. Congress and Con
gress nlono has tho authority to guar
antee tho titles given by the Hawaiian
Government since July 7, 1S9S. Tho ac
tion of Congress, like that of tho Pres
ident, will bo based on Justice to tho
people nnd tho Individual, with a firm
adherence to American principle.
As for llartwcll, discredited and de
feated, ho Is deserving of the dis
tinguished consideration accorded tho
clique ho represents. It Is not surpris
ing that ho calls to Mr. Dolo arid Mr.
Froar "Conio over Into Washington nnd
help us." Ho has found, and his dis
covery should carry weight with tho
Dolo government, that tho land order
was not tho result of misrepresenta
tions mndo at Washington, that It was
not due to Sccretnry Hay being "new
In olllce." that tho Washington authori
ties do not Jump at conclusions nnd nro
not easily hypnotized by war records
or by assumed superiority of legal wis
dom In Hawaiian olllclal circles.
Having met with slgnnl defeat in Its
offoits to override tho President tho
only thing for the Dolo government to
do now Is to drop tho matter. Do now
what should liuvo been dono when tho
order was received accept tho rulings
of Washington authorities and innko
an earnest endeavor to follow direc
tions to tho letter. Ccaso opposition to
the mandates of a wtso and capable
President. Join with tho so-called
Opposition which represents tho Amer
ican bcntiment In Hawaii, In Its efforts
to secure for tlicso Islands n stnblo
territorial government that will put an
end to thu chaotic chnos marked by
strife for Independent official authority.
A contemporary asks that till papers
combine Irr convincing Congress that
Hawaii Is worthy of local self-government.
It Is Impossible to combine on
now lines becnuso Hawaii's ability to
handlo Itself under territorial rulo has
been the contention of every newspa
per and every citizen In the country.
Tho facts which support this conten
tion nro well known to our Congress
ional friends who know how, when and
where to use them. The only danger
Hawnll has to face Is tho olllclal In
capacity evidenced during tho "transi
tion peilod." Wo bcllovo our Con
gressional friends also know bow to
handlothIs matter nnd arc consequent
ly ready to Join forces with tho real op
position and forget tho "transition
period" so far as possible, hoping that
Congress will not consider It nn ex
pression of popular opinion of Hawaiian-American
I'rofcHBlonnl and Amntcui'H.
This is Wrny Taylor's program for
tho Lepers' Merry Christmas concert
to bo given at KnmuakapllI church to
Morccnir "Tho Dawn of Lovo" . .
Chorale "To God on High" (from
St. Paul) Mendelssohn
Orchestra, Organ and Chorus.
Baritone Solo "Bedouin Lovo
Mr. F. W. Sharp.
Cello Solo '(Adaglctto" .Tilzot
Mr. Harold Jlott-Smith. V
Song "O Dlvino Redeemer"
Anuls Montague. Turner.
Violin Obligate, Paul Egry; piano,
Miss Wall; organ, A. B. Ingalls.
Intermezzo "May" .... Wrny Taylor
Violin, Dr. E. O. Wall; cello, H.
Mott-Smlth; piano, Miss Wall;
organ, Wrny Taylor.
Tenor Solo "For All Eternity"...
Mr. A. L. Parmley.
fa) "Traumerel" Scluiman
(b) "Avo Maria" Gounod
Mr. Paul Egry.
Recltatlvo and Grand Trio from
"Lucrezln Borgia" Donizetti
Annls Montaguo Turner, Messrs. Parm
ley and Rockwell.
Chorus "Tho Heavens Are Tolling"
(from "Creation") Haydn
Orchcstrn, Organ and Chorus.
"Orchestral March" Mendelssohn
Miss Alllo Wall, Messrs. A. B. In
galls, Homer Smith and W. E. Sharp
will ofllclnto as accompanists.
How brave California boys fought
for their flag is told in On To Ma-nila,
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE RECEIVED. ?..
Bradley & Hubbard's Lamps.
The latest patterns direct from the factory.
Largest and choicest assortment ever imported to the country.
In Pocket Knives, Carvers in sets, etc., etc. .......
A Direct Importation of '
Tables, Screens, Porcelain Ware, Jardinieres, Easels, Picture Frames.'
Mouldings, Copley Prints, Berlin Photographic Co.'s Goods, Choice
Selections from the Taber-Prang Art Co.'siCatalogue.
WINDSOR & NEWTON'S
COLORS AND ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
Household Supplies, at Bethel St.
Two more carloads of MICHIGAN STOVES AND RANGES,
KEROSENE AhD GASOLINE STOVES, CHINA, CROCKERY AND
PORCELAIN WARE, BIRD CAGES. " " fc -
To arrive in a few days, additions to our stock of FINE CUT
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Just Received, Du
pont's Smokeless Shot
gun Powder, in 1 pound
tins and kegs.
Pacific Cycle & lit Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
Eiir.KH'Slli.CUK, - - rOUTST.
GIFTS FOR EVERYONE!
DIHOND & CO. that they arenow
better prepared than ever before to meet the
wants of the people. In their large,
varied and well-selected stock gifts can be
found to suit everyone. Having made a
study of the clft business, even the most
fastidious will be pleased.
In their slock you will see RICH CUT
GLASS, STERLING SILVERWARE,
(First-class engraving done In connection
with this Department) Bohemian Glass
ware In crystal and gold and colors,
Broiues,Omaments, Figures, FancyChlna,
Hawaiian Souvenir China, Jardinieres
and Fancy Flower Pots, Potteries, Vases,
etc.. Dinner, Breakfast and Tea Sets,
Toilet Sets, all prices, Piano, Banquet
and Hanging Lamps. Onyx Tables.
Plated Table SIUrware (Reed & Barton V
and other makes). Table Cutlery. Kitchen
Outfits, Including Jewel Stove, for $2too
Gurrey Ice Boxes $8.oo. Standard Blue
flame Wlckless Oil Stoves; see them In
Store will be open cvenirgs, com
mencing Saturday, December 9th, with
music, as usual, by the best Hawaiian
talent. A new feature this year will be
our special tables No. 1, presents for 10c;
No. 2. presents for 25c; No. 3, presents for
50c; No. 4 presents for $1.
W.W Diiond & Co.,
Notice Is hereby given that the second
assessment, 5 percent or $1.00 per share on
the assessable stock of the Nahlku Sugar
Co., will be due and payable at the Office
of Alexander & Baldwin on Friday Dec
ember 1st, 1809.
By order of the Director.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku bugar Co,
Honolulu, Nov. 20th, 1890.
Published Only by the
SOT Will Soon be Ready for Mailing. -Da
CQr The 1000 Hawaiian Scenic Calen
dar will be the 'finest Scenic Calendar
even gotten up for this trade, botli In
point of Scenes and Artistic Work. All
tlie Scenes have been selected for their
beauty and grandeur. The outside cover
will be a copy of Hitchcock's painting of
the Volcano 111 eruption last Juiv. done In
Oil Colors, the Temperature and Rainfall
of Honolulu will be given, and In the back
Part of the Calendar will be "Hawaii
onol"-"Aloha Oe"-"Llke No a Like"
and -'Ah! Wela," which will add to the
value of the Calendar. The Price ready
for Mailing will be only 50 cents I l.eaye
Orders for Mailing at
mm) nninmi nni n nirj
810 FORT STREET.
If you want to tv In the WHIRL vou
must wear up-to-date Furnishings. You
mav as well be out of the world as out of
fashion. We can put all the Fancy Fur
nishing on you for little money.
are Dainty Creations of Fashion's Artists,
nude to please particular people Step In,
Inspect, be wise and buy. We can surein
help you to be happy.
Our HAT STOCK Is now complete ly
Likewise our CLOTHING for Men and
Boys, as well as the Little Tots.
Is our motto at our two stores. One attlie
Corner Hotel nndJFort streets, and
the old stand Nob. O and 11 Hotel
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
Oj To Manila.
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
Commencing Next Monday, De
cember 4th, 1899.
-Our entire stock of
customers at very low figures.
Laces, Ribbons, Fine Lawns, Indian Linen, Fine-
Cashmeres, Ladies' Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
M. PALAU, Manager.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
....And you will want some of the good things that are nhvays
necded at that time: Raisins, Currants, Peel Nuts, Sultana Raisin?,
Prunes, Dried Pears, Penchcf, Apples, Spices of all kinds, Hams,
Bacon, Soups, Crackers, Pickles, Jams and Sauces, Mincemeat. At
Grand Clearance Sale!
Beginning the 25th of Nov.,
and continuing till Dec. 25.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY !
Goods to bo sold at this sale regardless of cost !
Largo lines of Blankets, Spreads; Men's, Boys' and
Ladies' Clothing, Hosiery, Shoes, etc. MUST GO. Sco
tho advertisement on page 10, Saturday's issue, for a full
list of goods and prices. Call at our storo and inspect our
goods and prices for yourself. y
CORNER KING AND NUUANTJ STS.
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Residence Lots on Pacific Heights
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence nrnnerfv hnvincr ciinil-ir vAunntn nnj
attractions, as for healthfulness of location, having an eleva
tion of from nn fn 8no fppK nnH nfTnivli'nn ihn rmnr .,..:.,
and scenic, views ; as also its
ui me wiv, uciiik icaa mar 'nue iroin me rrogicss tJlock,
has ever before been pre5ontc , h people of Honolulu."41,
One of the main features 01 thit. property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water
pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood as being the purest and best
drinking water obtainable in the Island, which is now being
conducted into storage reservoirs upon the property by an
independent pipe line, and will be supplied to residents at
Government rates. x
i 0LR. PUA?AErEuB,: L 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
the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
TERMS : cash, y3 in one year, in two yearsf:
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same. v
7adF8V"ogPresa"dBaPar,iCU'arS Ca" " Ur fflCe' Rooras
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Dry Goods will be offered to our
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proximity to the business part
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