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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, -H. ,l.,SATUttDAY, -DEOEMBEROOW1899?
MT1 BR AMD THIS FlLlPlNU
Splendid Opportunity for Basiness
end Religious Yoit
Europeans More Coofldent and Active Than
' Americans - Filipino Amenable to Justice
- This Should Characterize Their Rule
Manila, Dec. 1G. -Mishap Henry C.
rotter of Now York makes the Call
anil the Herald this exclusive signed
statement of his views on the present
situation In tho Philippine Islands:
"it does not require n very protract
ed stay In tho Philippines to enahlc a
traveler to discover that they present
today Rravo and Interesting problems,
both of proM and of peril. The most
Hiipeiflclal observation will recognlzo
that the people arc agile, both men
tally and physically, and that wiien in
telligent culture, good laws and tho In
Hplratlon of pure and noble examples
have enlightened, ordered and quicken
ed them, and when capital and enter
prises have built rauioads and factor
ies, opened markets and bound to
gether tribal Isolations and antago
nisms In large mutual Interests, largo
and prolltablo results are likely to fol
low, so far as commercial successes
"Our English and German bicthren
seem already to have recognized this
and arc likely to reap advantages
which American capital, curiously
enough, thus far moro timid than they,
has been slow to seize.
"Hut these opportunities for commer
cial and Industrial development nro
qualified by dangers to tho Boclal or
der, to the Integrity of family, and to
the maintenance of essential equities,
which grow out of ignorance and su
perstition and unscrupulous exactions
of that wide reaching ana nil encom
passing monastic system which has
preyed upon tho people.
"The Filipinos can ho conquered nnd
subdued by our armies. They can ho
routed and scattered fco far as their
military forces ate concerned, but tho
Instincts of Justice in them cannot bo
extinguished, whether by armies or by
navies. It Is to be hoped that It will
not bo tho ofllco of tho United States
to attempt to extinguish them.
"This peoplo has been robbed and
oppressed by those who In their wrong
doing havo shielded themselves behind
highest sanctions. Their lands, which
have been taken from them by forco
and fraud, should be restored to them.
Tho authority of tho United States
should stand for that which forever
must bo the brightest blazon upon her
escutcheon honesty and Justice to
ward tho weakest wards of tho lepub
lie. "It Is a pleasure to add that the Im
pression one derives from tho aspect
and hearing of our troops in this far
away land is such as to make one alto
gether proud of them. Tho conduct
nnd leptite of our army compares fa
vorably and creditably with that of any
military scrvlco In tho world. May tho
tlmo soon come, when, having estab
lished more peaceful methods of gov
ernment, they shnll be no moro needed
IVcp In i pond Hittl Taldy I'ole
(The pond wat In a If?),
Am tlicrc upon the muJ he mil
Tli llirlv ,ij oj
II thought hr iraerful, the admired
III! attlic lulrli arvl bind.
II ulit, "I like mil er muih'"
the muiinurid, -Left I rrinuli!'
An I lilridt lh Mire lor quite a ik.
IJCh shared tlir ollar't iwlin;
It ncwr ttraji-d auay fti in li. r,
nd she kept Iojm to hint,
Tlio trim laiih ulltn; dv,
Uciuhl null uuO rudiU ttari,
While nru unimiiil. -Mint .'tt tt that
liiM-parabl pun I"
Hut on. !ay tin things liippenM anl ..
Their (rlndl.li njnl 10 I.
IV IVttlt Wog uiiil lad.ly I'ulo
lla't till tli prim), )uu ate.
Tlirj m.ct a utlci slraugui no.v
l'n tliclr tiathc lir,
IVrili' Income a dromon 11,
Ali.i li'" briiim a froj
Cincinnati Commercial Trlbu..i
tCluil In Iter.
"Doiyou consider it BeWsU for n man
to tako a vacation trip by himself ?"
j "Not at aU, Simpson; think what a
rest your wlfo will get."
W11EK TnE JIAaiCIAN 1IEETS A DEAR.
t Now York Journal.
' An Artlat'a Dream,
k ''. w.t. nn 1 'V
mknu ron Sl'XDAY. '
Who liai daughters It alnajs a shepherJ.
Codfltli Cake. Crisp Daron.
Celery. Tomato Sauce.
Coffee. Italia. Marmalade.
Pure of Celery.
Cclerr. OlUc. Ilcklcd Walnut.
Itoa't Sailril of Mutton, Jell)-.
Macaroni, Tomato Sauce.
Tiirnli wllh Sugar Cue.
Oranire .111) wllh Cream.
II.. I llo.illlon.
Chicken. Colli Tmiitii.
chickens tmnssun is Tin: French
1 WAY. Takit them ami ouarler them, then
' broil and crumble utcr them a little bread T
ami parsley. Uhen halt done, nut them III
a sienptn Wlin inrcc or luur large riiuvu-
1 full Of grary and double tli quantity of
1 while nine; aatt and pepper lorn force
1 meat lulla of teal, tome onions, shallots.
' torn cooiclerle or grapee preeerTed, or
1 freth when In season, cocr the pan and let
' itef until dona.
X, mi:u rtm sioxDAV. IS
II', Cood oni If the matter of human Ufa. ."J!
,;, lloaAUet. tJ
CrounJ tllre and Cream.
Klrtn) Omelet. Daron.
Ilry Toast. Coffee. Ilaipberrr Jam.
Tomato IMdlra. Celery. Touted Cl.eeae,
Ilrolleil Mrloln Slealc.
Oarnlali ol Celery a la Crem.
Carrota a la Flamande. Calt.au Salad.
Chtes. DaVeil Applet.
,5 .ww, ...tjti wr tin rmiee a new nam
.J, " rrorUed, to I4 aoaked two or three dara X
, In milk and water after cuttlni off all the "V
V outilde. Put It to a alow fire, haute It with '?
V a little rthenltli or other white wlna pretty T
V conitanlly till It la well done, but lefor 'P
v you take It draw )our knife around betwaao T
V the fat and the lit.l, and In routine you X
k may eaally take it off and make It a ale X
, color. For jour iuce daih In a ladlt or
.j, tno of your tullla, a Rlaaa of champafna or '
,v Rhenlth wine, a few topa of aiparaeua, cau- X
V llltower or raperi, add the lulc of a lemon ''
2' and aerre It up hot. ;
IIO VST 1IA1I.- Tor ll.li entree a new ham
! jiiivu von TiiuROAr. il'.
,;! To continue lore In marriage ta a iclence.
,; It reo.utrra au little to kill tlioae aweet aen
.;, tht 1 harm of I.
tlioae precloua tllualona nhleh form
Cracked Wheat. Pork Culleta a l'Aurort. '
Raked Potatoca. Celery. .i
Cifft-c. Toait. Marmalade. .;
KMneya nreiaJ Crumbed a la Wcatphallan.
Maiarnnl au Cralln. Oranee Frlltera. "
Celery Cilad. Cream Cheete. ;
IVar Tarta. .
V OOOD 01.S1F.H SAt'Cli-Ciien two or'!
three iloacn of o)itera of leaa eiinilie aort, 'V
' according to I he numlier of people at table, 'V
. rvr-konlnt- ftrn nr lhr matta nr ti.l. -'
y recKonmg iwo or inree otatera per head;
-: ucaru tuein ami lei ine uearaa bou in a
beard them ami let the bearda boil In a
good hrolh mlli a little ccariclr tioumW-d
'J good hrolh mlli a little coarKly ouniW-d "'
V white ftfppcr and laurel leaf In it ami pane f'
through a tamlw; itlr a tablcipoonful of ",'
v flour ami a few ounces of boiling- butter tin- "4
'V III the lait It on the point of rising-, then ",'
'V atlr the l.roth. with halt a liulnnic irratej, 'V
'J a glail of white wine and the Juice of a T
lemon, the Jolk of an egg or to filially 5?
. lay In lha oittera and their llmior: add aalt y
'-? If needed. Il will not do to let the o)ttert 4
',' boll wllh the other lngredlrntt, aa It will T
, almply toughen them.
!-! : 5 '.
The fible tremble U'ore opinion.
i, foolltli defy It, the ! Judge II, the fklll
,1, iui uireil lt-inie. lli.ta
p I'liill P.-rllhi- ..
Plra" F t u la . M. nchuhl. .
' Crraiiud Polatixf. (rbillaruii.
v rullwl.unn, toITi .lam
V - DINNF.lt. '
V i.rraui Lentil ioup,
; EwaloiK-d 0)ti-ra. Crlp llacou.
',' Fpliudi with i:;t. Utturc Kilad. tliccic. '
'V Hltiuln. Coffee. ?
" 1 11IPE.--Trlpe II catlly inanlliated and dl- f
'V Ruled, and, with. 1,703 gralna cf tarbon aud V
"' 113 gralna of nitrogen In each pound, It '?'
" inlgbt be clatned with the more nutrllloua ?
allinintary aubatancra but for the rcaton ''
X that lta nltrogeuoua coniiltucnft are rather ''
gelatinous than albumlnoua, which detract! "
'V from their tiutrltiie altie. It may bo made?'
V tatty by tlewlng It with milk and scnlng !
5 wltU 0 rich while onion aauce, rcilpo at fol- "J"
lowi: Clion an ounce of ranley and cf tar- "
'. ragon, half an ounce of taory and lemon '?
'" thyme, lulled with two ouniea ol inuth-
V roomt, tableiuoonful of capera and two an- T
V cUorlea boned. Put them in a atewpan with S
""' half pint of itnegar, a pint and a half of l7
'' water, half an ounce of aalt and add a dozen "r
' whit pepiierrornt, 11 ctoirl, a few bladet T
V of mace, a nutmec crated, the peel of a S?
V lemon grated and the Juice of a lemon, two S?
r tpoonfula of catchup and two gtataea of 'V
V white 1n. Set tht pan over a alow Arc; ?
;-r let contenti jlinmer about an hour. Mean- 'Y
"'while prepare )our trip. Thla jou tit?
X ready dreeeed, with the coarser part cf lha V
'" fat removed by the tripe teller. Put two "J"
'? poundt of tt for 10 mtnutet In boiling na- X
? ter, cut It Into neat, email ptecea and fry '?
them a llehtiellow In .alx ounces of he-t r
nutter and eel them atide 1
1 In a dish. Fry In '
' the aame butter four ouneea of ontona nit In
KB 01 1
' thin allcea, add tht trip, onion and butter
irpan anu jet it uou anotuer quar
Thla reclD la baaed In a meat-
a war of nrenirtnr trlnn which
In Vormannr. "Trim- a la mod ?
' dt Caen" (tier It. T
l4S-iil'WiSPP$-i'ti-i ti v
'!' me?u ron TitunsDAY.
T TIJnIcen aro ae rare aa gold, but be whow j'.
, thought embraces all Ida aubject, who pur-,
X auea It uninterruptedly and tearless cf ccn- 2,
X sequences, It a diamond ol enormous site. ,'
Drolled rigeona. Cilrp Bacon.
rtrolled Toinatnea. Potatoca au Gratia.
Col) re. nice Cakce, Blrup.
Criam of lUce Soup.
Celery. Ollrea. CaTlare.
Fricassee of Chlclen.
Creamed Turnip. l'Otaloci.
Oierry Pie. Cheese. Coffee.
FltUlT CAKK-Ona pound butter, ont of
sugar and one of flour, one teatpoonful
soda, 13 cggi. one gill warm water, on gill
roaewattr, three pounds currants, four
-Y poimdt'ralalns. one and a'Tialf sounda flva.
V on pound citron, two pounds almondi, one ?
y oracigt, oat tablfspoonful of clortf, mace f
'? and nutmeg, V
y ter hour
c urt upon
Y thev Lavi
T dt Caei
Vigorous Methods in
Fitting tlie Plague
Two men hnvo during tho past week
added to the imputation for courage
which they already ltrav-oiistly en.ljjtl,
says a London ootii'.-f.iiiinlont. Tho one
Is Lord thirzou, Vlenroy of Indln, the
tho fat and j')."tl King of I' -i jehI,
Each one of ih'iin lias beit rpcrlins
whole days In lsltiin; hospll.tl wards
where the b'lli'juit; plague In home
They have paid their VlnitH for Uie
purposo of bringing comfort to tlio
patlenU, and, above nil, encouragement
to tho doctors, nurses and hospital at
tcndnnU. There seems to he a sort of
impression in this country that tho bu
bonic plague Is not infectious, as far ns
white people nro concorned. This Is it
very great mistake, nnd one has only
to peruso the sanitary statistics and to
see tho long list of doctors and nurses
who have sacrificed tliclr lives in fight
ing this deadly anil loathsomo disease
In the Orient to bo assured of tho con
trary. Just as soon as Lord Curzon learned
that tho smoldering of tho pcstllcnco
In Dotnbay and l'oonali had burst
forth Into a fresh flame, ho promptly
left the delightfully cool security of
Simla, and descended Into the un
healthy lowlands, with the object of
mnklng n thorough lnstiection of nil
tho sanitary arrangements of tho
stricken districts. Qcforc leaving
Simla tho wise precaution of having
himself and the whole staff attending
him inoculated- with prophylactic se
rum. Ho did this, however, not merely
ns a precaution, but also by way of
example to tho natives, who, until now,
havo shown a strong reluctance to
mnko uso of the serum. Lord Curzon,
by thus submitting to inoculation and
by his speeches, In which ho calls at
tention to tho fact that the inoculation
has tho effect of reducing tho death
rato from SO per cent to G per cent, Is
having an Immense effect upon tho na
tives. Tho King nnd Queen of Portugal
likewise mihinlttcd to Inoculation, tho
Queen showing tho samo courage, en
lightenment and excellent example In
the matter as when sho caused herself
to be inoculated against diphtheria,
with a view of removing the popular
prejudice against tho serum, diphthe
ria being one of the most terrible
scouraos of Portugal. Exchange.
Hack Up Your Owp.
Sons of Merry England, Scots of mlno
Welsh of my heart's coioj merry Irish
That now you hack up your own.
This Is our time; speak peace to us no
Our fight Is on Wo'll see It thtough,
We're free. Wo baek up our own.
"i'ls said, "Ho laughs best who laughs
I say, "grip one, grip all, and grip yo
In this IlglUwo back our own.
Not first to start, we'll be the last to
Ours are these men who fight for us
Sons of our; we baek them up.
I read 'tis tho same old thing, same
One against ten, let not the nlno bo
Oh, lirltons, back yo your own.
Wimt'H my help for homo, what give
yo your sou;
Glvo him: give bcvcn, glvo the gold
Hint yo havo won;
Thnl h how wo'll back up our own.
J. S. DAILBV.
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HEOULATJONS VOTl THE DETEC
TION AND SUPPltESSION OP
Section 1. All persons nro required
to allow free access Into all dwellings,
stbrcs, buildings, structures and en
closures wherever situated in tho Ha
waiian Islands, when requested so to
do by nn Agent of the Doard of Health.
Section 2. All persons nro required to
answer nil questions concerning sick
ness that may exist in any dwelling,
store, building, structure or enclosure
miller their control wheresoover situ
ated in tho Hawaiian Islands, when re
quested so to do by an Agent of tho
Doard of Health.
Section 3, All persons aro required
to immediately report to the Doard of
Health or some. Agent thereof any pcr
spn whom they shall havo reason to
bcllovo to bo sick, or to havo died of
Dubonlc Piaguo or any other disease
dangerous to tho Public Health.
liy order of tho Doard of Health tho
foregoing Regulations wero adopted
and ordered published this 29lh day
of December, At D. 1899.
HENRY E. COOPER, .
President Doard of Health.
In accordanco with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 1880:
All persons holding wat-sr privileges
or those paying water rated, nro here
by notified that tho water rates for
tho term ending Juno SO, MOO, wllfjio
duo nnd payable at tho olllco of tho
Honolulu Water Works, oa tho 1st day
of January, 1900.
AH such rates remaining unpaid for
15 days after they ar8 duo will bo sub
ject to an additional 10 per cent
All privileges upon which rates ro
nialn unpaid February IB, 1900, (30
days after becoming delinquent,) nro
liable to suspension without further
Rates aro payable at the offlce of
the Water Works in tho Kapualwa
Sup't. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 22, 1899.
Board of Health Office, Honolulu, Dec
ember 28th, 1899.
Strict quarantine is hereby entabllshed
over all the part of the City of Honolulu
bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point where the mauka
line of Queen street crosses Nuuanu street
street, thence up Nuuanu street to Kukul
street, Including both sides of Nuuanu
street", thence along the center line of Ku
kul street to Nuuanu stream, thence fol
lowing the Walklkl bank of Nuuanu
stream to a point where It crosses the ma
kal side of King street, thence across to
the Walklkl side of River1 street, thence
along to the mauka line of Queen street,
thence to the point of beginning.
All persons are forbidden to enter or
leave the quarantine district without au
thority of the President of the Board of
Health or his lawful agents.
By order of
HENRY E. COOPER,
President of the Board of Health.
NOTICE TO CORPORATIONS.
In conformity with Section 2034 of
tho Civil Code, all Corporation are
hereby notified to mako a full mad ao
curato exhibit of the stato of their af
fairs for tho year ending December 8L
1899, such exhibit to bo flled In the In
terior Department on or before the
31 st day of January, 1900.
Blanks for this purpose will be tar
nished upon application to the Interior
Upon falluro of any corporation to
present tho exhibit within the tlmo re
quired, tho Minister of the Interior
will, either himself or by one or more
commissioners appointed by him, call
for tho production of the books and
papors of tho corporation and examine
no uuiccrs loucning j.ne anairs, under
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, November 11, 18W.
IRRIOATION NOTICE. .
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notifitjd
that tho hours for irrigation purposes
aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
'Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 189,
DEPARTMENT OF -PUBLIC IN
STRUCTION. The reopening of the Government
schools In Honolulu, which had been ap
pointed for Tuesday, January 2nd, Is post
poned until further notice.
By order of the Minister of Public In
structlon. C. T. RODGERS,
Honolulu, Dec. 28,1899. -1413-31
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