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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. I.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1899.
Published Evory Day, except Sunday,
t 210 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ COMPANY
tf. It. PAUniNQTON Editor
DANIEL LOO AN City Editor
Post Offlco Box 718
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29.
The Introduction of a few moro rnble
bills will assure the postponement of
nctual cable construction till mother
In going over tho list of DUhop ro
tate trustees whom tho inornlnt? paper
attacks, It Is Interesting to note the
prominence of men prominent In the
counsels of the local government.
Consternation In many households
resulting fiom the quarantine In
Chinatown should Impress upon the
people how vltnlly Important It Is 10
tho homes uf Honolulu that Chinatown
bo' kept In sanltnry condition.
As usual on his Washington tours,
Mr. Hartwcll outlines a very dark out
look for Hawaiian legislation. The
general situation is reassuring except
for local ofllclal fads, which It Is to be
hoped Mr. Dole will have the good
sense to abandon.
Koitunatcly local Investors In securi
ties do not base their estimates of
values on the tips and downs of the
San FianclKco stock market. Tho days
when Honolulu Indulged In speculation
have passed nnd the market Is estab
lished on sound values.
Cnn Hawaii nfford to hoard money
In tho treasury at Ufo'expcusc of pub
lic health nnd consequent interference
with commerce? There Is but one re
ply for the oineluls ami tho Council
01 State to make to the muulclpil
problems now bcfoio them. Spend tlw
money; forward the public work.
With the large pio-Rritlsh popula
tion of Hawaii there Is smnll prospect
that the financial aid to the men op
posing Uiltlrili lule wilt be largo. The
Widows and orphans, however, wheth
er British or Boer nro deserving of
sympathy and of such financial assist
anco as tho well-to-do can nfford to
With Senator Clark of Wyoming
chairman of tho Foreign Relations sub
committee on Hawaii, tho pcoplo of
these Islands may rest asssurcd that
there will bo no playing of Individual
favorites at the expense of tho terri
tory as a whole. Senator Clark knows
tho Hawaiian Islands aud his know
ledge of Its pcoplo was gained as n
man among men, not as an official di
rected nnd Influenced by officials.
Tho neatness and dispatch with
which tho House, of Representatives
disposed of tho finance bill gives prom
ise that thu utith Congress will make
n good record for promptly disposing
of the nation's business.. A smnll ma
jority In full sympathy with tho ad
ministration and governed by Reed's
business like rules can ncompllsh won
ders. Tho Incidents thus far attend
ing tho efforts of tho "anti-Imperialists"
of the Senate also Indicates that
nono of tho Important measures of this
Congress will bo blockaded by
damaging tactics of the minority fili
busters. Tho attempt of Chinatown denizens
to malto a break en masse should Im
press tho boys of tho military with the
serious responsibility that Is placed
upon them. Statements havn frequent
ly come to thin office that Chinese nnd
Japaneso hnvo ovaded tho guard by
sneaking through tho banana field on
Nuuanu near Kukul street. Tho indi
viduals making these- statements havo
Invariably refused to. stand sponsor
for their assertions before tho public.
Tho incident of Inst night, however,
shows that tho motlvo to break quar
antine exists and that the guards can
not to bo too strict In the fulfillment ot
their Important task.
Th"e splendid work that has been
dono by Mrs. Crnft in her efforts for
tho prevention of cruelty to animals
Is deserving ot unstinted praise. Few,
if any Instances of cruelty havo escap
ed her notlco and tho nggresslve man
ner In which sho has brought Inhuman
acts to proper account has had a wide
spread Influence among those who have
no heart for tho sufferings of dumb
animals. Certain It Is that her watch
fulness has reduced cruolty to beasts
"of burden to a minimum within the
limits of Honolulu; her earnestness
and fearlessness In carrying on tho
good work at nil times Is evidenced by
incidents during travels abroad. Ho
nolulu may well claim tho honor of
counting among Its peoplo ono of the
most sensible nnd active huraano offi
cers of the nation, MktM a
REVOLVING THE REVOLUTION.
Threshing over the details of tho
revolution of 1893 Is Interesting and
valuable only to those who desire to
register pcrsounl opinions on ovents
that have passed Into history. So far
as tho United States Congress nnd offi
cial action of tho nation Is concerned
the question Is settled and cannot be
upset or modified by reviving old
wrangles. Tho vital Ibbuc of today Is,
whether tho new governmental con
ditions of Hawaii will he organized on
lines that will contlnuo the old local
wnr sentiment between supporters of
tho mount chy nnd lenders of the
These conditions will contlnuo If tho
organic law granted tho Islands Is
framed on Hues that favor the con
tinuance In power of the ruling faction
of tho present or past. Give Hawaii
an Amcilcan government administered
by nu American governor nnd tho old
bitterness nnd jealousies that accom
plish nothing In tho Interests of iirog
rcss or general public welfnro will
gradually sink out of sight. Let the
majority rnlo under tho beneficent and
liberal conditions found In an Ameri
can territory. Let tho standard of
political life bo the American stand
ard that sets asldo the past and meets
tho present with votes. Neither Hn
wallans nor tho Dole government will
guln prestige with Americans or with
Congress by reverting to tho discus
sions of former days. Tho Queen will
not bo le turned to power nnd tho Dole
government will not bo continued In
power. The sooner both of these fac
tions comn to n realization of the situ
ation, the better will bo Hawaii's
chances of speedily securing n form of
government which will leavo tho pco
plo free to settlo their differences at
the polls and obtain such administra
tion of local affairs ns shall meet the
aproval of tho majority Irrespective
of foimer Individual afllllatlons.
THE HEED RULES.
'Although the Reed rules gained for
ox-Speaker T. B. Reed tho tltlo of Czar
and brought upon him tho calumny
which fierce partisanship breeds, the
Reed rules aro ono of tho most Import
ant and most acceptable- legacies whlcji
any Speaker of tho Houso of Represen
tatives has left to tho country. Pre
vious to tho opening of tho Fifty-sixth
Congressional session discussion was
rife as to tho advisability ot continuing
tho parliamentary rules for which
Reed stood sponsor. This discussion
llko that which took place at tho or
ganization of tho Houso was largely
perfunctory, Tho Democrnts .oppose
tho rules, that allow tho majority ot
tho Houso to do business, principally
becauso theso rules aro Reed's and
Reed Is a Republican.
Notwithstanding purely partisan
discussion, tho Reed rules have come
to stay and while slight changes may
occur from tlmo to tlmo tho founda
tion prlnclpleytho majority must rulo
will remain. Tho 'day has passed
when tho people will view with Indif
ference, weeks of Congressional ses
sions wasted In useless discussion nnd
tho business of tho nation blockaded
by a minority which does nothing but
retard progress. Reed's rules put new
life into the work of Congress nnd put
an end to tho manipulations of filibus
ters whoso only claim to promlnenco
was based on their physical ability to
talk their colleagues to sleep and tho
nation's business to death. In days
when tho tariff was the all absorbing
topic, business men, Irrespective of
party afllllatlons, called" for action,
prompt settlement after a reasonable
discussion bo tho final result for or
against tho opinions of Individuals.
To Reed belongs tho honor for ac
tion In tho Interest of prompt fulfil
ment of tho legislative promises mado
oy tno dominant party. Though con
demned by thoso whose political busi
ness it Is to condemn, tho nrlnclnlos
laid down by Reed Aro accepted by tho
pcoplo and will stand as long ns" com
mon business sense Is a ruling element
In the nation.
At u meeting of Oahu Lodge, No. 1,
K. of P., held last evening, the follow
ing officers wero elected to servo dur
ing tho ensuing year:
C. C Dr. A. N. Sinclair.
V. O. H. A. Taylor.
Prolato Robert Uosllng.
M. of W.-H. Morgan.
IC. of R. and S. M. Rosenbledt.
j1. of F. H. McKechnle.
M. of Ex. Oeo. L. Dall, p. C.
M. of A. F. A. Simpson.
1. Q. Geo. B. Ward.
O. Q. Robert French.
Trustee John Nelll, P. C.
PJiysIclan Dr. A. N. Sinclair.
8t. Andrew's Christmas Tree.
Tho children of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral had
a Jolly tlmo at their Christmas troe in
the Sunday schopl room last evening.
The tree was a beautiful one, brilliant
ly Illuminated and laden with pres
ents. Tho chlldron marched around
tho Christmas treo nnd then sang two
carols. Tho presents were distributed
by Santa Claus Arthur Mackintosh.
Just opened, directshipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
The finest assortment ever
Direct from the'. Fry Art Co.,
Fry's VitriSiable Colors in Powder,
Thirty thousand feet of
Picture Mouldings in the Latest Patterns.
Our selection of Pictures are the Latest from
Howard Hitchcock's Oils, Water Colors, of
Island Scenery and Fruits.
China Firing a specialty, at reduced rates.
The Latest in
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Just Received, Du
pont's Smokeless Shot
gun Powder, in 1 pound
tins and . kegs.
& M'fg CO.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
EULEIt'S HLOCK, - - FORT ST.
YOURS for Cameras
YOURS for Pictures
YOURS for Kodaks
YOURS for Films, and
YOURS for Business
AH the Time.
420 Fort Street.
In the Circuit Court, First Circuit, of the
In the matter of the Estate of Genevieve
Dowsett, Alarlon C. dowsett, Madeline
C K. Dowsett, and Annie H. K. Dowsett,
On reading and filing the petition of
J. M. Monsarrat and David Dayton, guar
dlans, 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 such 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 o
this Court, in Honolulu, then and thrrr to
show cause why an order should not be
granted for the sale of such estate.
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 1899.
By the Court:
. GEORGE LUCAS,
IS THE GREETING OF THE
The Largest and Best Selected
Stock of Holiday and Up-to-Date
Books in the Islands !
Toys of all kinds. Our prices
are always cash prices ; this is the
"why" our goods are $o -very
Don't buy until you see our
stock and prices.
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 TltS for the
Holidays that vou want to lav vour ev
on, In all of the Latest Styles and Shapes.
We have Just replenished our stock of
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly speaklm
right up-to-date In as complete a line 0
ik 1 3. ana are sir cuv sneak ni
right up-to-date In as complete a line of'
men 'sand boys' FURNISHINGS as can
be shown In the largest city of the Main'
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
Waverley Block, we are going to give you
acnancc 10 win a line uiviule. For
every purcnae ot 50c the customer Is en
titled to one ticket. The party who holds
tht greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas morning at 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
TELEPHONES 679 and 96.
1 Two Large Stocks
Of tho Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told In
On To Manila.
TEMPLE OF FASHION 9
Commencing Next Monday, De
cember 4th, 1899.
Our entire stock of Dry Goods will be offered to our
customers at very low figures.
Laces, Ribbons, Fine Lawns, Indian Linen,
Cashmeres, Ladies' Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
M. PALAU, Alanager.
A fine assortment of FANCY DECORATED CANDLES for Christmas.
Candles, Wax Tapers,
Night Lights, Floats, &c,
Bon Bens, Fancy Crackers,
Nuts, Raisins, Mincemeat.
Cabbages, Cauliflowers, Celery, Turnips,
Turkeys, Chickens, Fresh Oysters.
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block.
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Kesiaence Lots on
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE,
No residence property having similar advantages and
attractions, as for healtnfulness of location, having an efeva
tion of from 170 to 800 feet, and affording the grandest marine
and scenic views ; as also its proximity to the business part
of the city, being less thar mile from the Progicss Block,
has ever before been presntcc : Hie people of Honolulu.
One ot the main features 01 nn. 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
drinking1-water obtainable, in the Island, which is nnu; Kino
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
monui, proviae rapia transportation to the highest lots on
the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
TransrtCo.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
, TERMS: 3 cash, y3"m one year, Ji in two years;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments.
Our carriagewill 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. v
BRufcE Waring & co.
Special Announcement !
Call, before purchasing
elsewhere, and see my
assortment of ,"
. Being the largest In the city.
New Waltham Watches
Of nil kinds.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In great variety.
FRANK J. KRUGER,
corner rori ana wercnant sis.
(Nine Different Views.)
Children's Books and
Toys- at Reduced
Hawaiian News Corr