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TnE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JAN OAKY 12, 1900.
rmbllshed Every Day, except Bunduy,
t 310 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
ull,gt;n punusniNa company
T. R. FAMUNGTON IMItor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Per month, tinywlicro In II. 1...$ ."5
Per year, in H. 1 8.00
Per year, postpaid, U. S., Canada
or Mexico 10.01)
Per year, postpaid, other foreign
Payablo Invariably In advance.
Telephone .... ".VJ
Post Offlco Ilox 718
FRIDAY JANUARY 12. 1900.
With Mr. Pain on the one side and
Mr. llatlcntync on the other, both sub
jects of Her Majesty, It la Impossible
to put any llocr-llritou phase on the
street railway controversy.
KUKUI 8TREHT EXTENSION.
If the people of the United States de
sire American principles In Hawaii to
wniio and become n less potent factor
in Its political life, the easiest way to
accomplish the result Is to set the Isl
ands to one side on some c otciulnl
Why should .Mr. llnrtwell foci very
nuicli put out when he learned . Col.
Sam I'm leer had told the President
that the "unofllelal delegate" Is noth
ing but a personal leprescntatlvo tit
Mr. Dolo? Pail.er told the Until and
Ilnrtwnll Known It.
When there Is public work to bo
done, streets to be extended and Im
proved, why should the men released
from the" detention barracks he main
tained in idleMirss? The Hoard of Pub
lie Works has an oppoi utility to dis
tinguish Itself in bometlilliR besides its
It Is safe, to presume that Mr. I ! "
personal r"piehcntntivo, Hartwcll, Is
using his wide acquaintance and war
records to t-crtirc an extra session of
the Legislature. Mr. Ilartwell's In
fluence with the President mid friends
of the Administration has yet to show
anything but a list of failure.!.
The man or men who have titated
that tho Bulletin Is or over has been In
possession of n list of tho property
owners In Chinatown and Is afraid to
publish It, are purveyors of an absolute
falsehood. Tho reiteration of such n
statement Is only necessary to put
them Individually and severally with
in the category of willful llnis.
W. O. Smith finds It Impossible to
withhold from meddling In personal
politics. Thus bo as usual takes upon
hlms-elf authority not vested In him
and thereby reduces his value as a rep
rosentatlvo of business Interests. If
the country ns a whole has any right to
recognition, wo would suggest that .Mr.
Smith hang up tho new ofllclal slate
until tho Hawaiian terrltoilal bill Is
well on its way.
Tho Adveitlscr Is veiy much In error
when It states that according to the
law of tho land Foit street of necessity
conies next on the list to Vineyard for
Improvement. The Legislature of 1898
amended tho act quoted by tho Adver
tiser striking out that portion which
commands that Vineyard and Fort
shall receive first attention. If pos
sible nil tho stieets named Fort, Kit
kul, Vineyard, Kimklnl, Dates, Pensa
cola, Mllllanl, Queen ad Young should
bo extended as directed by tho Legisla
ture. When sanitary conditions nro
considered thcro Is no question that
Kukul street extension should take
precedence overrfort, It tho work on
each cannot be cairled on simultan
eously. The lano from Foil to Emma, which
extension of Kukul Is Intended to wipe
out, Is one of the most unsanitary sec
tions of tho town. Tho houses are
crowded and tho lane Is 111 smelling
and dirty from the nuisance commit
ted by those passing through at night.
Proper stieets through Chinatown are
not more necessary to the health of
the people than tho opening up of this
lano as was Intended by the action of
THE UAILWAY I'OW-WOW.
START WORK ON Till; ROADS.
Tho Bulletin's suggestion that the
homeless people of Chinatown bo given
work through tho Improvement nnd ex
tension of the streets meets with gen
eral favor from the public. Thcro Is
really no reason why tho nblo bodied
men boon to tin released from the quar
antine barracks should continue n
charge upon the charity of the public
The Legislatures of ISflfi and IS93
provided lor extension of many streets
lu Honolulu. Of tho number nnmod
Vlneynrd sheet Is tho only ono com
pleted. Minister Young remarked in
effect the other day that when tho
Legislature nets It is to bo taken for
granted that tho object Is n necessary
How much more necessary Is It now
that this street extension in Honolulu
bo carried on. It Is merely a question
of whether tho government malntuln a
good portion of the Chinatown popula
tion In Idleness, or uso tho samo
amount of money ns a return for la
bor. In how many cities of tho world
nro hard times tided over by govern
ment inaugurating publlo work that
will glvo employment to tho destitute.
Hero wo havo a situation whero tho
The street railway companies are to
lie congratulated on timing their pow
wow on tho streets to take place dur
ing a wait for mall steamers when the
public mind Is mulling over the un
happy conditions niislng from the
plague. Even u dog fight Is u welcome
dlvcislou theso days, while Mr. Hallen
lne ami Mr. Pain havo furnished an
open air exhibition that Is Interesting
and quite new to this town. The real
Intel est of the public, however, Is to
gain something permanent from this
rnll'ii business. For the last tlirtc
months King street, ono of tho city's
main thoroughfares of business traffic
lias been in various stages of upheaval
that reminds one of the condition of
Hroadway, New York, whero one por
tion Is no so'oikt put In condition than
another part Is dug up.
The sewer operations blockaded tho
streets to a certain extent, but the
work was done quickly, and when the
pipes were once laid they wero down
to stay. Tho people enn view siu h
work with benevolent Indifference, If
not pleasuie. llut when it conies to
desultory raids with pick axe and
shovel, llrst ono company digging up
the street and then another and neither
accomplishing any work that carries
any guarantee of permanent tracks and
rapid transit , tho amusement gets
Tho appeal of the Rapid . Transit
Company that all work on laying
tracks bo suspended until tho rights
of tho two companies can bo determin
ed by the courts Is a reasonable one
ami .iliows ilue icspect for tho demands
of business truffle that no unueces
sal barriers bo maintained on tho
streets. When the question of rights
Is pending and can only be settled by
decision of the courts, tho government.
If It has authority to do anything, is lu
duty bound to keep tho streets of tlu
city free from an embrogllo like that
now going on.
Who owns the streets anyway? Are
they to ho turned upside down every
tin co weeks to wilt the sweet will of
tho generals directing tho battles of
private corporations? Has the public
no rights In this matter that demand
It Is about time the government posi
tively called a halt until tho corpora
tions havo settled their differences
either In the court or somo side alley.
ART Q00DS - -
Just opened, directsliipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
tJFrencKIWhite China for Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct from theory Art Co.,
Fry's Verifiable Colors in Powder.
Thiity 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 Lamp Goods.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
TEMPLE OF FASHION j
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, Fine
Cashmeres, Ladies' Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION,
that this body cannot furnish all the
slnowo of war necessary to deal with
the present situation us well ns extend
appropriations in the vailous depart
ments. While tho Hawaiian bill Is
pending before Congress, the people of
tlild country should attempt to legis
late as little as possible. Power to ap
propriate money Is the only necessity
of the present sll nation nnd tho Coun
cil of Stato has that authority. Call
ing the Legislature opens a vista of
possibilities that offers little moro thnu
new complications which will delny
the action of Congress lu pulling the
Islands out of their governmental
chaos. Asldo fiom appropriations, tho
only "other pressing matter" that de
mands attention Is tho prompt onnet
meul of Hawaii's organic law. Tho
local Legislature lu extra session can
do mighty little to advance, this all Im
poitaut work of Congress.
THAT IS WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS
Hawaiian Scenic CaHar!
PUBUSlJE"!) AND FOR SAI E
ONLY BY THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
Four Pieces Hawaiian .Music!
Rainfall and Temperature Tables 1
I Alike this year's Calendar par
ticularly valuable. Frice, ready for mall-
"1'heio nro other piessing matters
which would make It highly deslrnblo
If tho Legislature could bo got to
gether soon." Thus tho government
organ seconds tho motion of tho Exe
cutive to call an extra session of tho
Legislature. And thus It makes mani
fest the very nolnt which will unques
tionably causo Washington ofllclnls
to hesitate before granting authority
for calling tho Legislature in session.
Tho fnct of tho matter is Hawaii Is
not left without n legislative body hav
ing nutliorlty to act in. emergencies llko
tho present. Tho Council of Stato has
all tho authority that Is necessary and
nil that Is desirable to oxcrclso at n
William It. Castle for lilnibclf and
other defendants to n bill for account
of A. S. Clcghnrn, administrator, has
filed a motion, to open default. Ho al
leges that his failure to answer In time
was duo to an omission committed lu
his oIIIcp, nlso pleads that his tlmo lat
terly has been partly occupied by ser
vices for tho Hoard of Health. It will
do no harm to complainant, he sets
forth, to grant his motion, while n de
nial would work Injustice to tho de
fendants. Tho bill fur liHrtiiersbin ncroiMithitr
of William lllalsdell vs I. It. Hums has I'lg, 5 cents. Send the address, enclosing
neen set ror trial on .innuury is. y icms, ami we win uo uie test
I. M. Harrison vs J. A. Magoon nnd I
others was partly heard on demurrer '
and continued to Friday next by .ludge
Stanley this morning.
W. C. Achl vs Kind was argued on
.ludgo Stanley sustained tlm demur
rer and dissolved the Injunction, which
was to enjoin Knui from selling cer
tain land at Koolau.
.ludgo Ferry has rendered a decision
In tho celebrated caso of Chrlstley vs
Magoon. Mr. Chrlstley brought suit
to set abide a deed convoying his prop
el ty to Mr. Magoon. Tho caso Involves
property worth $00,000. Tho court de
cides in favor of plaintiff, and will
sign ii decree accordingly setting asldo
mo deed, itestltutlon of monov re
ceived is also to bo mnilo to nlalntlff.
Hatch and eD Holt nro attorneys for
plaintiff, and Kinney, Uallou & Mc
Clanahan nnd I.orrlu Andrews for tho
Books and Stationery !
316 FORT STREET.
We Are Still
In the Swim!
M. PALAU, Manaj er.
Pickled Fig's Feet
Pickled Lamb's Tongues,
Salt Salmon, Salt Becf, &c,
.... A full line of CEREALS for Breakfast
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block.
iimo wucn Hawaii's pnvnmmn.wni
peoplo must bo maintained whether or stntusls In tho balance beforo Congress.
-uu uiu wining io go to tlio . It Is t ho "othor nrcsslne matti. w I
w . ..H, tMv
plantations, hut It Is doubtful policy
to niiow tneso peoplo to leave tho city.
Having ueert drastic measures In
throwing theso people out of homo and
stopping their usual source of Income,
tho government Is equally Justified in
Inaugurating vigorous measures to glvo
them work to tldo over tho present cri
sis. Tho health, wealth nnd happiness
of able bodied men Is better maintain
cd through work, though it bo on tho
roads, than by Idleness.
Only a Few
Will be sold at
I hat'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 TlF.S for the
HOlldaVS that VOU want to lav vnnr .irc
uo, hi mi oi uie i-aies' styles and Shapes.
Woi'!?ceu J"' "Pl'nWwd our stock of
GOLF SHIR rS, and are strictly spciklne
rigni up-to-date In as complete a line of J
iooinnnnn i ntn ah nn n imihin
c uoowomjo luid Ull rttUWU IICIKUIS
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 Soo 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 preniu: he people of Honolulu.
One ot the main features oi ihi property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water
pronounced bv Dr. C. B. Wood as beinrr iw rmrr mH hl
drinking water obtainable in the Island,' which is now beintr
tummutu iiuu aiujuj;c icscivuirb upon me 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
lani Drive. b
I JDttmi : Vx cash. IA in one vear. V, in twn i.rc .
nfflct , Mnf a, .,.,..,: .. j-f... i''. r,v j1-"'-5'
..nv.wi kj Huwy.ui. ti annum uii uuerreci payments.
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same. F
7jQIDniapsanD,fu1,1 Particul:lrs "II at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
u;iii up-io-uaic in as compete a I neon nrl T"w-r w r w-k wm.- -. .
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land, I t r Trrrnr
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
averley Hloclc, we arecnlng to give you
a chance to win a fine BICYCLE. For
every purcha-e of 50c : the customer Is en
t tied to one ticket. "I he party who holds
the greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas morning af 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
appear of vast Importance to local ofll
clal minds hut accomplish nothing
more than increased complications for
friends In Washington, that tho na
tional authorities seek to gunrd
against and which had not a littlo In
fluence In determining tho action of
tho President when tho Leglslntlvo
election was called off.
To act In times of emergency was
what tho Council of Stato was organ
ized for, and It has yet to bo proved
To clear out the line.
Call early and inspect
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EMiEIt'S ItLOOK, - FORT ST'
TELEPHONES 670 and 96.
Two Large Stocks
O! the Best Fupnialilnjjs.
Call, before purchasing
elsewhere, and see my
Being the largest In the city.
New Waltham Watches
Of all kinds.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In great variety.
Accurate historv and intoriinc rllAlllV J. K Klllir K.
00nrifoMatnila.Campa,gn aret'din cmer Fort and Merchant Sts. '
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(Nine Different Views.)
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