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T11E EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. 1., THU11BDAY, JANOAUY 1, 1CQ0.
ftblUhcil Kvory Day. oxccpt Sunday,
tJUO King street, Honolulu, 'I. 1.,
BULL.I3TIK I'UIIUSHINO COMl'ANY
ft. n. PAltniNOTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City lldltor
Per month, iwywhero In H. !$ "
Pr vpnr. In II. I ."0
I'cr year, postpaid, V. S., Caiuda
r Mexico 10.00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign
Pnyahlo Invariably In mlvnncc.
Po3t Ofllce Itox ...
TIIIIIISDAV IANPAHY 4. U'OO.
Talk of .the reappearance of the
I-otlBe InunlRratton bill rcmlmln Ha
waii that now It hat) a personal lifer
ent In the ImmlmiiMoii meaHiires as
well im tarlffH anil bucIi
(3le the men lighting the plai-'iie
jnonoy and to wparc. I,ct the loaders,
olllclals and citizens, have ample
meaiiH to do their woik. It will be
ilouo thoroughly and honestly, and we
have no time now to stop and llsnro np
-Mr. Hownll'H lemarkH on expansion
Indicate that the Dcmocrata ns well
as the Republicans have no tiso for
IMward Atkinson and his side show of
anll-lmpeilal snakes. Traitors to the
country Utid no place reserved for them
lu any of the loyal parties of the
Mayor Samuel M. Jones of Toledo,
the CJolden ltnle candidate for Gover
nor of Ohio, has made allldavlt that his
personal campaign expense totaled
$500. Had Jones been n successful
candidate the Colden Hole platform
would become the popular stamping
ground for the politician.
according to Mr. Dole's statement re
gardlng giving out conespondence, It
would appear that some of our good
people believe their ends better cerwd
by keeping the people In Ignorance of
what Is going on in olllcial circles. No
public sci ant except he who Is
ashafnul of his principles, or the pil
vate schemes ho has on hand hay any
good cause for keeping souet cones
pondonce that has any bearing on pub
If W- O. Smith were In the Cabinet
ho would make shoit work of any
proposition that took tho control of
any board out of tho hands of tho olll
cial circle. Placing Cabinet oMIccrs as
cx-ofllclo membeis oi the board con
trolling municipal affairs was distinct
ly a V. O. Smith mcasuie. It will bo
rather nu unpleasant task for him to
aslc Congress to change this pet meas
ure of the Culloni bill. Hut public sen
timent must win In the long urn, and
Cooper, Damon mid Young rue turn
who have always kept close, to the peo
ple, and personally lime been prompt
In their response.
EVERY MAN I10INC, HIS DUTY.
The Bulletin docs nut desire to dis
credit the splendid work Mr. Thurston
Is doing In assisting the tight
against tho plague, but wo see no indi
cation that ho Is the only man who has
dono an) thing ,as esteemed contem
poraries teem to believe. Minister
Cooper alio members of the Health
Hoard have been at their posts night
and day. Minister Young has not te
nia I tied quietly twiddling his thumbs
and watching the other fellows work.
Col. Plotter in caring for tho people at
tho temporary barracks has had no
child's task to perform, and so wo
might incite n list of men who hnvo
thrown themselves Into this work with
u hearty business like spirit which
guarantees a task well done. Our es
teemed olllcial contemporat Ich very
woil know, though they naturally dts
Ilko to admit it, that the policy now
being carried out Is the policy of metn
nors of tho Doard, n policy that was
Impossible to carry out whllo wiseacres
wore standing around with
their hands in their pockets
criticising a great deal but doing noth
ing. Now tho work has begun, the
pcoplo have got together and no man Is
better than another so far as tho ques
tion of doing bis duty and doing It
well Is concerned. Let It go nt that
until tho plague has been brought to a
standstill. Then and not till then can
tho factious afford to throw bouquets
to suit their personal likes and dis
likes, and glva full swing to petty
spite. To continue tho strife now
means to Inspire lack of confidence In
tho leaders, whether olllclals or citi
zens, and to destroy public confidence
la a situation like that now on hand
means tho loss of more lives. When
tho white element becomes bombastic
In its criticisms bow can you expect
Ignorant Chineso nnd Japanese to be
amenable to reason?
HUAK, PAIIKIII!. IMIINCI! DAVID.
Sun I r.uicKii, i. iO. 1'iliue UiIJ
Kauananakoa, S unticl IMrker and llcorfte
I). Gear of Honolulu arrleJ from the
U.Kt last night, on the wnv home, and arc
at the I'.ilacc. The partv c.unc liere l.wt
"We have h:en Rr.ivlt.ilii s between
WalilnRton and New Yorl the creator
part of the time," said Mr. Hear, w ho l a
prominent attorney In the islands. "There
is absolutely no political significance to be
attached to the visit of the Prince. He
uinie ovcpfor.i royal good time a pleas
ure trip onlv and lie has had It, Mr.
Parker, as a stock-r.ilcr and the owner of
extensive plantations, was on private
business and pleasure comblneJ.
"My visit, while In a private capacity,
was public In nature, and I may say I am
what we facetiously term 'an unolliclai
reprc-ent.i'lve.' My business had to do
with legislation affecting the islands, the
Supreme Cou.t and Its decisions.
"We are something of a tangle there in
regird to the administration of our law s.
Under the annesallun arrangement all Isl
and laws not In conflict with the constitu
tion or the law -, of the UnlteJ States may
remain In force, but our Supreme Court
seems of the opinion that certain, If not all
laws remain la force, w hether in conflict
or not. A.y visit was with reference to
legislation necessary to straighten the
tangle, I believe I have been successful,
else I would not be on my way home. I
may siy alo that I w as to use what
argument and influence 1 could to secure
the release of the Gallclans, but was
pleased to leant that my efforts were not
New Steamer Line.
Captain V. I). Ilnrnliani, who arrived
In the Marlpotia this morning. Is man
ager of the American-Hawaiian Steam
ship Co., with headquarters at 11
Broadway, New York. Ho comes hero
In tho Inteiests of his company, which
is having four steamships of 8,500 tons
dead weight each, constructed for the
trade between New York, San Fran
cisco and Honolulu. The first ono to
eonte out heie will be the Callforuian,
now building nt the I'nlon lion Works,
Sail Francisco, and will start In June
on her maiden voyage. Tho American,
Hawaiian and Otcgoitlan nrc hulldtim
at Chester, Pennsylvania. Captain
Huitihnm will Inspect the shipping fi
cllltlcs at Honolulu, Kaliulttl and llllo.
I'tobably II. Hackfeld & Co. will
have the agency at this port, and Thco.
II. Davles & Co.. Mil., at Hllo. Tho
manager Is an old time master mariner
who has had great experience In ship
ping matteis ashore. Coming down lit
the Mariposa he made friends of all
who niado his acquaintance, being a
gentleman of rate companlonnblllty
and withal almost retiring In degreo of
New Postof Arrives.
Hev. .1. C. Hay arrived In tho Matl
posa to tuko tho pastornto of the Chris
tian t littrch here. i..r. liny, In the
course of IiIh ministry has been sta
tioned at Iowa City and Des Moines,
Iowa, l.os Angeles nnd Woodland, Cal.,
Minneapolis, Minn., Colorado Spilngs,
nnd I'lteblo, Colo., and Cluiksvlllo,
Tenn. At tho Inst mentioned place ho
fulfilled a special mission of six
months, leaving In face of n strong
call to remain. With a slight Inter
mission his pastorate at Pueblo extoll
ed over twelve years. Mr. Hny was
highly esteemed In places wheio ho
ministered, by tho clergy and member
ship of other denominations, for his
effective zeal In religious nnd bene
volent enterprises additional to his im
mediate patitoral duties. ilr. Hny held
preaching sen Ices morning and even
ing hist Sunday In tho Mariposa, mak
ing a very fuvorablo Impression upon
tlto congregations that each time illleil
the social hall.
tinineeia Joiiustone Home.
Y. A. Johnston, superintending en
gineer of Wildcr'fl Steamship Co., to
turned In today's Mariposa from an ab
sence of flvo monttiB In San Francisco,
wiiero ho hns supervised tho construc
tion and dispatch to his company of it
steamer and two schoonets. Mr,
Johnston is In flnu fettle mid wits tho
life of tho smoking room on tho tlrp.
As a lacotmtcur of thrilling adventures
on sea and land, especially when relat
ing experiences In "parokcet" coun
tries, he hold the rapt attention of the
audiences. There was no end of
amusement over wrlten Invitations
sent to Mr. Johnston to nttcnu gospel
and watch night services on Sunday
Tho recipient expressed a strong sus
picion that tho mlbslves had less au
thenticity than tho books of Moses, and
declared ho would havo them posted In
tito Hawaiian Hotel to turn the tables
on Captain Houdletto.
" And what a wealth of enjoy
ment did the first detachment of
America's army of invasion derive
from this day at Honolulu." From
On To Manila.
Just opened, direct shipments fiom the manufacturers.
An invoice of
c ufFpench IWhitc China (for Decorating
The (incst assortment ever
Direct from theory Art Co.,
Fry's VltriSiable Colors in Powder.
Thirty thousand feet of
Picture jVlouldin&s 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 Lamp Goods.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
SO AIL MARIPOSA PASSENGERS.
V. W. Smith comes to work for tho
Unwallnn Corrlago Manufacturing Co.
C. W. Dickey, architect, nnd wife re
turn from visit of three mouths to the
It. I). Sllllnian, the lawyer and wife,
return from u vacation of three months
on thn .Mainland.
.1. H. Miller, tho fertilizer traveling
man, Is here again on business, accom
panied by his wife.
Mrs. V. G. Lllllbrldge Is it daughter
of Judge I.ymnn of Hllo, coining on n
visit to her parental home.
Oliver G. Heardslcc Is n ion of .Mr.
lleardsleo the architect, who has lately
become u resident of Honolulu.
Miss K. M. Graydon, a relative of tho
Alexanders and Baldwins, conies to
teocli Greek, etc., In Oahii College.
II. H. Clark repiescnts tho Babcock
& Wilcox Co., boiler makers, for which
Castlo &. Cooke, Ltd.. aro the local gen
Mrs. I. 1.. Weaver Is tho mother of
.Mr. Weaver tho ynwyer, and a sister
ot V. N. Armstrong. This Is tho first
visit to the home of her youth In nine
.us. M. II. I.ymnn Is tho wife of Dr.
Lyman of Chicago and a sister of Mrs.
O. h. Gullck. Sito now visits her for
mer island homo after an absence of
i,. M. 1'rcsnall has been it business
man of Seattle for several years, also
has ptobed for wealth In tho Klondike.
Ho brings wife nnd fntully for n new
homo and health In Hawaii.
II. Richards does amusement special
ties and has a four weeks' continct at
the Orplieuni. His wife Is with him.
Mr. Richards Is a machinist and elec
trician, and may take employment hero
lit either capacity.
Oto Schmidt, manager of the Cali
fornia!! and Hawaiian Sugar Hennery,
takes n needed rest of n cottplo of
months In the Isles ho loves so well.
Mr. Schmidt was formerly manager of
the Kealla mill on Kauai.
Prof. L. M. Miller Is hero to tnko tho
chnlr of chemistry nnd natural science
In Oahii College. Prof. L. C. Howland
Is tho now teacher ot tho business de
partment of tho tsanio Institution. Both
gentlemen nro graduates of the Univer
sity of California.
s. V. Saylor, a graduate of tno Agri
cultural College of Iowa, Is In tho ser
vice of the Department of Agrlcultttro,
wnsnmgton, u. t no will investigate
mo general agricultural resources, par
ticularly thoso outsldo of Biigar produc
tion, In tho Islands.
Just Received, Du
pont's Smokeless Shot
gun Powder, in 1 pound
tins and kegs.
& mi co,
R. A. DEXTER, Manage!.
Enu:n'3nr.ocK, . - j-oiitht.
exhibited in Honolulu, direct
May It Be a Happy and
Prosperous Hew Year
IS THE GREETING OF THE
Bl.tnk Books, Records,
Day Books, Journals,
Cash Books, Lexers,
(of all sizes)
Diaries, Typewriter Papers,
Office Requisites of all kinds
Miscellaneous and standard Books
Tite most complete line in the City!
Give us a call and be your own judge.
"DAVID HARM' 85c.
316 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.
IV. ll-lV ll. Kr.ll.J TIl.C tnr ,1,.
Holidays that you want to lay your eyes
on, in all of (he Lates Styles and Shapes.
We have just replenished our stock of
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strlctlv sneaklnir
i right up-to-date In as complete a line of
men's and hoys' r-UKNIbHINGS 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 line BICYCLE. For
every purcnae ot 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 96.
Two Lull Ms
Of the Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and interesting
stories of the campaign are told In
On To .Nfanila.
TEMPLE OF FASHION I
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 GOOdTaSSOCIATM
M. PALAU, Manager.
Pickled Pig's Feet
PlckleJ Lamb's Tongues,
Salt Salmon, Salt Beef, &c,
.... A full line of CEREALS for Breakfast ....
J. LJ. ,1,1. . -t-J-fT
7T tT nrlT "IT
H - H -
ks nniiiiiniii.r, iiin.
S - ftSftfi
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence property having similar advantages and
attractions, as for healthfulness of location, having an eleva
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 n niile from the Progtcss Block,
has ever before been prenfu: " flip, people of Honolulu.
One ot the main feature oi property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply or pure spring water,
pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood as being the purest and best
drinking water obtainable irr-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
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, H in one year, y3 in two years ;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments.
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspectjthe
property to and from the same.
For maps and full particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Call, before purchasing
elsewhere, anJ see my
Helng the largest in the city.
New Waltham Watches
Of all kinds.
Selh Thomas Clocks
In great variety.
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts.
Dry Goods will be offered to our
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1111 rni.nn. nr.ivni.N
GET IT !
(Nine Different Views.)
Children's Books and
Toys- at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,,
Mtrchant Street,. ;. .,
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