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THE EVENING BULLETIN: BONOLTJLU, . H I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER ,10,1899.
Published Every Day, except Sunday,
t 210 King street, Honolulu, H. 1.,
ntit.T.RTTN PITnMSHINQ COMPANY
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DANIEL LOQAN City Editor
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SATUHDAY, UECEMHEIt 10, 1899.
There will ho time enough to criti
cise) olllclals when the present crisis
has passed. Until that time nny word
or net that serves to complicate the sit
uation nccompllshea nothing for pub
lic benefit r.nd engenders factional
strlfo when hearty cooperation Is de
manded. Keep cool and wait. Either 'tis or
tlsn't. If 'tis, there will bo plenty of
hard work to do next week and the
public will bo mightily thankful for
tho precautions taken. If 'tlsn't the
people can Join In a merry ha ha nr.'l
mako up for lost tlmo in preparations
For onco Honolulu can give heart
felt thanks, for tho long period be
tween the arrival of creamers bound
for the Coast. It Is posslblo tho first
news of tho local situation will reach
tho States by way of Mnnlln. Hy tho
tlmo tho transport Shopman's stoiy Is
bent ovo" t'ti wires, ths confirmation
or limitation will bo received on the
Hoodlums nio responsible for the
falluro oftentimes of tho lights at
Thomas Square on concert nights, and
it is also noted that In some of tho
outside districts tho now street signs
have been marred. Whether It Is tlm
boyish spirit to do something wrong or
tho natural etissedness of elderly boys,
vigorous measures should bo used to
prevent such wanton destruction.
Delays in tralllc and tho shortage In
tho provision market pones ns a good
pointer to mllltnry authorities In-providing
supplies In tlmo of war. If wo
had a largo garrison of soldiery to
feed, it would require comparatively
llttlo effort on tho part of the enemy
to starve Honolulu out To Uvo off
tho country Is practically an Impos
sibility for tho present population of
tho Island of Oahu.
Mark Hanna has put n quietus to tho
stories of his retirement from tho na
tional Republican committee. Ho will
stay by his post until tho national con
vention of 1900 when a now committee
will bo selected. Whether Hannn re
tains the leadership or not will ho de
termined later, but It may bo accepted
that ho will not bo a noncnlty what
ever his official position. Tho only
people evidencing marked anxiety to
secure Hunna's withdrawal nro tho
Democrats who fear his supcilor abili
ty In organizing political forces.
TUB MUNICIPAL PROGRAM.
What Is to bo tho inunlclpnl pro
gram for Hawaii? As yet tho first de
tails of outlino havo not fjeen mado ex
cept a movo on tho part of tho young
men of tho Research Club to open the
discussion. Suggestions aro needed
from all sources in order to adapt tho
experienco of other countries to what
ever peculiar conditions may exist In
At the Columbus, O., meeting of the
National Municipal Lcaguo a commit
tee reported a municipal program in
tended to outlino a form of govern
ment under which municipalities will
oo least subject to corruption and best
adapted to securo tho advantages of
substantial growth. Tho men having
this work In hand were: H. E. Dcmlng
and Albert Shaw of Now York, Prof.
Frank J. Uoodnow of Columbia Uni
versity, Charles Illchardson and Clin
ton 11. Woodruff of Philadelphia, Prof.
I S. Rowo of University of Pennsyl
vania and Oeorgo W. tiuthrle of Pitts
burg. Tho program offered to and adopted
by tho convention proposes n general
municipal corporation act of which tho
following are tho most Important
1. To remedy Ignorance, ofllclal and
popular. Competitive examinations to
test fitness for appointment to oflleo,
indeflnito ofllclal tenure, elabornto
financial accounts and reports, and n
public roster of pibnlclpnl employes.
2. To remova partisanship. Tho
separation of municipal from national
and stnto elections, nomination by pe
tition nnd civil service reform, Includ
ing tho prohibition of political nssesH
menta. 3. To lessen state Interference. The
cstabllshmentpt tho main outlines of
municipal government in the constitu
tion, tho limitation of special legisla
tion, and tho passage of a general
municipal corporations act.
, To destroy municipal Irrcsponsl
blllty. Tho declaration of tho city
local agency, and tho establishment
of a system of stato supervision.
C. To overcome Indeflnlteness of or
ganization. Tho enactment that tho
mayor and members or mo council
shall bo tho only municipal officers
elected by tho people, tho grant to tho
mayor of full authority to control tho
city's adinlnlstratlvo sorvlco subject
to civil service regulations, the estab
lishment of the council ns tho sole
legislative authority of tho city, and
tho guarantee to responsible citizens
of tho opportunity to nsslst in tho en
forcement of tho laws.
C. To resist tho evil tendencies of
Individualism. No legal remedy; but
reliance on -tho stubborn urgument of
civic necessity coupled with home rulo.
7. To remove Inadequacy of power.
A general grant of municipal author
ity, a great enlargement of tho city's
financial powers, nuthorlty to Initiate
tho annexation of suburban districts,
opportunity to chooso between opera
tion under general and operation un
der spcclnl laws, power to establish
minor courts "anil new municipal ofTl
ccs, and tho light, If tho city has 23,
000 population, to framo Its own char
ter. 8. To perfect democratic organiza
tion. Tho grant of nuthorlty to estab
lish minority or proportional represen
tation, nnd n system of direct legisla
tion. 9. To frustrate- greed. No lognl
remedy, save tho dcflnlto placing of re
sponsibility. 10. To develop civic Integrity. No
legal remedy, except tho establishment
of conditions fnvorablo to the awaken
ing of civic conscience.
11. To render harmless the private
control of public privileges. Tho limi
tation of frnnchlso grants In respect
to both procedure and duration nnd
tho grnnt of amplo authority for muni
cipal ownership and ojvratlon of pub
lic service agencies.
FATHER .MAGOON'S KINDNESS.
A recent Issue of tho Augusta, Ga.,
Chronicles dovotcs two columns of
spaco to a letter from W. ilutlcr Clan
cy, on Augusta boy who passed through
Honolulu In tho transport City of
Para last October. Clancy wrlt(.s,.it
length of Honolulu and particularly
of the klndiics? shown hi u by ''Fa
ther" John Mngoon. Tho letter goes
on: "After going through tho govern
ment building wo mot up with an old
gentleman (American1, nnd he took us
out to his home, n beautiful place and
treated us to a grand dinner. When
wo got rendy to leavo ho took our
names and tho namis pnil addro'srs
of our mothers and said ho would
write to them nnd tell them what noule
boys wo were. His iinuiu Is John
Mngoon and ho own3 nearly a whole
village. Tell mama poib.ipr. she m.iy
get n letter from him ns 1 lefr her ad
dress." That Mr. Magcon f'Sflllcd'hla niom
ise Is evidenced by tho publication of
his very thoughti'iil letter to the young
Hy n recent moll Air. Mugoon receiv
ed a letter from J. K. CKincj which
says. "It was quite gratlfj lug that
you took such an lutvicst In Duller, n
stranger In a strnugo land I wish it
wero In my power to rcclprocnto tho
hospitality. Should yo-i ovr visit inv
land, como to Augusta nnd you shall
bo treated royally."
The Library Association.
Hon. ChaB. R. Ulshop has again been
elected president of tlu Honolulu Li
brary and Reading Room Association.
I The other ofllccis chosen nt the annual
meeting Friday oveniug nre: M. M.
Scott, vice president; II. A. Pnrme
lee, secretary; M. A. Uurbank, treas
urer; other trustees: Prof. W. D. Alex
ander, Col. "W. F. Allen, Thos. Rnln
Walker, President S. K. Dolo, Dr. N. D.
Emerson, Dr. C. T. Jtodgcrs, Henry
Wntorhouso, Col. J. If? Fisher, Jas. D.
Miss Uurbank, tho librarian, reports
that there nro more than 14,000 books
on tho shelves. Many acquisitions of
great value havo been mado during tho
past year. Tho total of books circulat
ed was 10,008. Tho reading roomB nro
used by largo number of persons
Como in nnd see our now supply of
enmeras nnd everything pertaining to
photography. Tho I.u Munyon Photo
M.iiMlal Oriers No. 101.
HEADQUARTERS FIRST REGIMENT, 1
NATIONAL GUARDS OF HAWAII,
HONOLULU, H. 1,,-Dec. 14, 1S91J.J
The following modification of Regimental
Orders No. 100 will lie observed :
Pedestrians and vehicles may pass from
town to Palama and return along Queen
and River streets between Nuuanu street
and King street bridge.
By order of Colonel Jones.
(Signed), JNO. SCHAEPER,
1402 Capta'n and Adjutant.
tlN& IMS MMBAil
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
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,
Mouldings, Copley Prints, Berlin
Selections from the Taber-Prang Art uo.'stcataiogtie.
WINDSOR & NEWTON'S
COLORS AND ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
Household Supplies, at BethelSt.
Two more carloads of MICHIGAN STOVES AND RANGES,
KEROSENE AND GASOLINE STOVES, CHINA, CROCKERY AND
PORCELAIN WARE, BIRD CAGES. .......-
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 J-kegs.
Pacific Cycle & MTg Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KULKR'S DLOCK, - - KOKTST.
YOURS Sop Cameras
YOURS Soi Pictures
YOURS for Kodaks
YOURS for Films, and
All the Time.
LeMonyoiiPlioto. Silly Co.
420 Fort Street.
In the Circuit Court, First Circuit, of the
In the matter of the Estate of Genevieve
Dowsett, Marlon' C. Dowsett, Madeline
C. K. Dowsett, and Annie H. K. Dowsett,
On reading nnd filing the petition of
J. M. Monsarrat and David Dayton, guar
dians, praying for an order of sale of cer
tain real estate belonging to said minors,
situate on the Island of Oahu and on the
Island of Maul, and setting forth certain
legal reasons why sucli real estate should
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the
next of kin of the said wards and all other
persons Interested In the said estate, appear
before this Court on WEDNESDAY, the
THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1900,
at 10 o'clock a. m at the Court Room ol
this Court, in Honolulu, then and there to
show cause why an order should not be
granted for the sale of such estate.
Honolulu, Dec 6, 1899.
By the Court:
Jardinieres, basels, Picture r-rames.
Photographic Co.'s Oootls, uioice
Published Only by the
tSrWlll Sootvbe Ready for Mailing. -16a
CST" The iooo Hawaiian Scenic Calen
dar will be the finest Scenic Calendar
even Rotten up1 for this trade, both In
point of Scenes and Artistic Work. All
the Scenes have been selected for their
beauty and grandeur. The outside cover
will be a cony of Hitchcock's painting of
the Volcano In eruption last Julvdone In
Oil Colors, the Temperature 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 -'Ahi Wela," which will add to the
value of the Calendar. The Price ready
for .Mailing will be only 50 cents I Leave
Orders for Mailing at
THE GOLDEN RULIi BAZAAR
816 FORT STREET.
We Are Still
In the Swim!
That's an old saying, yet true, and
when we say we are In the swim, why
we mean every word of it.
We have the swellest TIES for the
Holidays that you want to lay your eyes
on. In all of the Lates' Stvles and Shanes.
We have just replenished our stock of
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly speaking
right up-to-date In as complete a line of
men's and boys' hUKNIbHIMOb as can
be shown In the largest city of the Main
land. At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
Waverley Block, we are going to give you
a chance to win a fine BICYCLE. For
every purcha-e of 50c the customer Is en
titled to one ticket. The party who holds
the greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas morning at 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
TELEPHONES 679 and A
Two Large Stocks
Of tho Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign nre told In
On To Manila.
j TEMPLE OF
Commencing Next Monday, De
cember 4th, 1899.
Our entire stock of Dry Goods will b offered to our
customers at veiy low figures.
Laces, Ribbons, Fine Lawns, Indian Linen, Fine
Cashmeres, Ladies' Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODSlSSOCIATION.
M. PALAU, Manager.
HAS DECIDED THAT THE MOST
POPULAR PLACE TO MEET
HIS FRIENDS IS AT
Come Around and See Him
Grand Clearance Sale!
Beginning the 25th of Nov.,
and continuing till Dec. 25.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY!
' Goods lo lio sold at this sale vcgardloss of cost !
Largo lines of Blankets,
Ladies' Clothing, Hosiery, Shoes, etc. MUST GO. Sco
tho advertisement on pngo 10, batnrday's issue, for a full
list of goods and prices. Call nt our store and inspeot our
goods and prices for yourself.
CORNER KING AND NUUANU STS.
Hr - H -
ftcsuwe Lois on
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence property having similar advantages and
attractions, as for healtnfulness of location, having an eleva
tion ofvfrom 170 to 800 feet, and affordinc the grandest marine
'and scenic views ; as also its
01 me cny, Demg less mar "
nas ever oeiore Deen prefweu :o me. people or Honolulu.
One nt the main features nr ihi.. nrnnprfw ami nmnraA
at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water,
pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood as being the purest and best
ifmlflMv itinfAii s Kti t-klfv 'i'Xlaj ITmJ af.?t ? 1- "
uuimiug wnici uuiaiimuic in me liiuuu, winui 15 now oemg
conducted into storage reservoirs 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
the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s, line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
. TERMS : cash, Y$ in one year, lA in two years ;
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 full particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
The Only Santa Claus in Town
Spreads: jMen's, Boys' and
H - H - 'H'
proximity to the business part
mue irom tne rrogicss block,