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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. J., BAWUltDAY, JANIAHY 13, 1D00.
rblthoil Every Day, except Sunday.
t v.10 King Btreet, lloimlulv, 'I. .,
BULi.ET'N I'UIJMSIUNO COMPANY
f7. R. FAIIIUNOTON IMitor
DANIEL. LOOAN City lMltol
Per month, nnywhero In II. I. .$ .Ti
Per year, lu II. 1 8.0
Per year, postpaid, U. S.p Canailn
or Mexico 10.00
Per year, postpaid, other forelgu
Payable Invariably lu advance.
Post OIllco Uo 71S
SATURDAY IANUAUY la. 1900.
Tho review of the Hawaiian bill an It
romea from the Senate committee Is
decidedly satisfactory. IMHUultlea
arising from the unauthoilzed action of
local officials ate liaudled lu Mich a way
as to prevent and damage to business
Interests. This, with the wiping out
of the scheme for life tenure of Judaea
puts the bill In surh shape that It will
he satisfactory to tho people of Ha
waii and reasonably certain of prompt
enactment by Congress.
Tbanlis to the good judgment of Dr.
Carmlchacl and American nrmy wtr
Reons tho news of tho appearance of
hlacK plague In Honolulu has not liecu
presented to the American people In
an exaggerated form. Plain facts have
been stated and Surgeon (icucral Wy
man has given these facts to the public
with the assuranco that active meas
ures will be taken to pieent the dis
ease spreading beyond the limits of
Honolulu. The lengthy olllclal state
ments sent out from Washington evi
dence ono of the many advantages of
Federal control. Tho situation Is by no
means treated with Indifference, but
the calm judgment of tho olllclals
makes the alarmist ir polls of 1 1 1 tl
.MR. nOLU AND I'.I.I-CTIONS.
.Mr. Dole states. "If the next Legisla
ture meets under the laws of tho Re
public of Hawaii, an election will of
rourao bo neccss,ir." This ls,lho bu
hls of an Inquiry to Washington au
thority which Mr. Dole says ho has set
in motion. From the tenor of Mr.
Hole's Interview published lu his or
Kan, it appears that ho anticipates tho
President will rescind his order declaring-the
election otf. Are our
friends In Washington again to be
treated to tbo spcctaclo of tho local
Kxecutho's personal agent antagoniz
ing tho mandates of tho President.
Nothing in the President's proclama
tion was plainer than tho statement
that members of tho last Legislature
should hold over. Does Mr. Dole ques
tion tho President's right lo authorize
those legislators to act?
Whatever the reply made to the In
quiry set In motlou. Mr. Dolo may de
pend upon it that there will bo no elec
tion held In Hawaii while tho tenltor
lal bill Is pending lu Congress. If there
Is an extra session, the men called
upon to act will be member of the
169S Legislature, however disagree
able this may bo to tho local Execu
tive's opinion on the lltness of things.
An lection will not bo necessary, ami
by suggesting such an upset of tho
mandates of tho President, Mr. Dole
merely shows tho old spirit of antag
onism to tho Administration that char
acterizes bin comments on tlio land
JDN l-KEIGIir MATTERS.
Toward the end of ycalci 'lav's Hoard
of Health meeting Georgu jl. Carter,
freight agent for tho IKird, anuoinc
ed that at a meeting of tho planters lu
tho forenoon and aftw a very heated
discussion, It had been decided to ask
for the shipment from Honolulu of ab
solutely nothing. If tlio Hoard con
sidered It necessary all steamers to the
other Islands could bo stopper nnd n
complcto Isolation of tlio port made.
They wcro willing to stand or fall to
gether. Mr. Carter spoloj of tbo nature
of tho freight permitted by tho Lloard
and said that It was Impossible to draw
tho lino anywhere. If Iron was per
mitted, then hardware should go and
If hardware was permitted vy
shouldn't canned good., and piovlsiona
. speaking about tlio need of
food for tho country dlstrlcw, Mr. Car
ter asked that something bo done to re
lievo tho situation there. It was fin
ally voted that Amcricm canned goods
bo allowed to pass Into tho country dis
tricts after proper fumigation.
Engine Co. No. I.
It will not bo long before No. 1 en
glno house on King street will bo a
thing of tho past. Dr. Wood consulted
with Chief Hunt today about tho mat
ter of a headquarters for tho flro com
pany and learned from him that ho bad
sufficient accommodations nt tho now
central flro station at tho cornor of
JlereUnla and Fort stroete,
DIAMOND HEAD RESERVOIR!
Its Construction Will Begin Immediately
As Part of Reliof Works.
No Funds for Sited Extension IJercliinli Sited
Widenirjg In Hfslies cf (be Law- YsMble
Rebuilding of No. 1 tire House.
Alex. Young, .Minister of the Interior,
was asked how tho artlclo lu yester
day's Bulletin, on street extension,
Jibed with his ministerial mind.
"I wish the editor had goue further,"
ho rcplleii, "and totd me from what ap
propriation to take the money. The
pro rata of roads and bridges would
not be sulllclent to do nny great
amount of work. Whenever public
woik Is to be done, however, and funds
ate available to do It, it will be put lu
hand nt such dates as will be suitable
for the condition of those people need
"I was exceedingly pleased to see
the article In tlio llullotlu advocating
the course oi tlio uovoriiincnt s em
ploying as many of the pcopio dis
charged from quarantine on public
works ns might be possible.
"For myself I had framed a plan a
couple of days ago, and made arrange
incuts with the Superintendent of Pub
lic Won.s to start Immediately on the
Diamond Head reservoir, electing
camps theie to house ns many of the
people fitted for such work ns might
be commanded, nnd endeavoring to
keep the people together In camp as
much ns possible.
"Materials for this woik I under
stand, are on hand, and the woik can
bo begun as eaily as any of tho people
will be liberated from quarantine.
Houses wilt also be built Immediately
for that purpose. Tho Superintendent
of Public Works nnd myself will visit
the ground there this afternoon or to
moriow for the purpose of makins
"There's woik on Deietanla street
waiting to be done, but wo arc lu the
meshes of the law regarding that Just
.Minister Voting here showed tbo re
porter a letter from Kinney, Dallou &
.MiClanabnn, attorneys for the estate
of Alwlnl Auld, .1. A. Cummins and
I.iUuokalaul. to Iload Supervisor Ou-
derklrk, saying thhat they mil not re
cognize tho right of the present Gov
ernment or of the Itonil Supervisor to
proceed with tho widening of Uere
tanla street, and thnt they would hold
mm personally rcspouslblo for tres
pass or damage upon the premises of
their respective clients.
As a matter germane to the Inter
view, the Minister wns askeu If ho had
any appropriation out of which to re-
uiilld tso. 1 flro house, under condemna
tion of burning with other structuics.
..o answered that possibly It might
como out or the ?l.j,000 for repairs, Im
provements and furniture of govern
meiit buiialngii. Ono twenty-fourth of
the amount might bo drawn each
month until March .11. Tho rebuilding
of a stiucturo destioyed by fire, ho un
derstood, came under the head of "re
HAWAII PARTY IN SAN .IOSP.
San Jose, Jan. j. 'I litre was a rather
unique society function at the St. J.unes
Hotel in honor of Mls Abble Ounnbell,
the daughter eif J.unes Campbell of Ho
nolulu, who, in addition to being the pro
prietor of the hotel, nihleved much no
toriety through the effetts of Oliver Win
tbrop to abduct him I rem the Occidental
Hotel In ban Francisco tluec years ago.
Campbell Is one of the heavy capitalists
In the islands, and his house on this oc
casion was graced by many well known
names from the mid-Pacific possessions of
the United States.
The, gursts of honor were Prince David
K.iwananakoa, Hon. Simuel Parker and
Hon. Chirles A. iiruwn. both well-known
adherents of the dynasty and opponents of
the overthrow of Queen Lllluokalanl. The
Hawaiian Uulntet and Glee Club provid
ed thelmnslc for Hie occasion. The decor
ations svere In semi-tropic style anJ redol
ent of the Hawaiian Islands, Notable
among the guests were a number of nrtlve
Hawaiian girls, who are here attending the
iMotrc uime t-onnt. ine menu cards
were decorated with tins Hawaiian Hag,
and Ihelbgofthe little Island country
also had a mnipicuous place In the decora
tlons. In inanv respects the entertainment
was a notable function. Almost the entire
society element ofSu Jose was present,
In addition to many CpJe from Sin Fran
risen and Oakland.
Local. In San Friinclsco.
Tho following quotations nnd sales
are up to nnd Including 2 p. m. bcsslon
of Sail j'rnuclseo Stock and Bond Hx
chnnee, Jan. fi:
liana I Co
uaw C & S Co
Honnkna S Co
Hutch S I Co
Kllnuea S Co
Makawell 5 Co
Onomea S Co 1!SV
nauhnu S Co -
20 Honokna. 3L25: CO do, 31.25: CO
iTnnft, 7,70; to do, 7,87$; 20 JIaknwoll,
41.25; 110 do, 14.50; 10 do, 1I.37V&I 329
Onomea, 28.50; 190 Pnauhau, 28.00; 25
do, 2,1.00; 50 do, 28.00; 7,000 liaw'n O
& S 5's, $106.50; 5,000 do, $100.50.
Kid McCoy Downs Molici1.
New York, Jan. t. Kid McCoy again
placed himself In the championship class
bv defeating Peter Maher in a brisk, well
fought battle of five rounds before the
Coney Island Athletic Club this afternoon.
The fieht was scheduled to last tweniv
five rounds and the purse was to have
been $20,000, but the attendance was not
as large as had been expected and before
the fight was begun the principals agreed
that the winner should receive the gate
Just opened, diiectshipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
I MgsjfF rench IWhite China for Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct from the Fry Art Co.,
Fry's Vitrifloble Colors in Powder.
Thirty thousand feet of
Picture Mouldings in the Latest Patterns.
Our selection of Pictures arc 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,
CASTLE HOME FOR CHILDREN
A Hpci-iiil mci'tlni; of tho lloard of
Supervisors of tho l'rco Kindergarten
and Chlldrcn'H Aid Association wns
hold this morning and tho followlnc
repent In connection with tho Castle
I'lio Ways and Menus Committee
appointed at tho last meeting of the
dissociation to formulato soma plan
for carrying on tho work for tho Cnstlo
Homo for homeless hclldrcn mibinlt
ted the following report:
Tlrst It Is recommended that the
following ladles ho appointed a com
mlteo of Wnys and .Means: .Mrs. V. P.
Prear, chairman and financial secre
tary, Mrs. osoorno, Mrs. C. II. Damon,
Mrs. WnmrluRc, Mrs.1'V I.. Hopper,
Mrs. K. V. Jordan, Mrs. II. A. lsen
bcrg, Mrs. J. Moore, .Mrs. P. Olndo and
Mrs. (leo. it. Carter. With tho follow
ing gentlemen us advisory committee:
Messrs. T. It. Walker, P. A. Schaefer,
J. II. Athcrton. W. It. Castlo and Chas.
Drown. (Mr. Drown Is Uev, Klncnld's
now assistant and has been engaged lu
work .or children In tlio States.)
Second 'i Mrs. W. It. Castle, Mrs.
A. Puller and Mrs. Thco. Richards, to
gether with tho matron, Mrs. Weaver,
i'.-olllcIo, bo appointed a committco to
Investigate all applications for ndmls
slon to tho Homo nnd report tho name
with recommendations to tho Hoard of
Supervisors for action. i
Third That tho ago limit bo from 3 1
to i' years, leaving It discretionary
with tho Hoard to niako such exeep-1
.Ions as thoy may deem wise. j
Pour l lint when possible a certain
sum of money should bo pledged by
any society or Individual who may do- I
sire to place a child In tho Homo. '
Plfth That tho niimo of tho Intuitu-,
Hon bo the Castlo Homo for Children.
Sixth Thai this organization ac
knowledge tho receipt of tho communi
cation from Mrs. .Mary Castlo and
family nnd advlso tho donors of tho
Homo of our willingness to accept this
trust and determination to carry out
tho Intention of thoso whoso generos
ity founded this institution.
jeventh All applications for admis
sion to tho Homo must bo mndo to Mrs.
Weaver, tho matron, or to Mrs. W. It.
Castle, Mrs. A. Puller or Mrs. Theo.
It Is desirable that all contributions
for furnishing tho Homo bo sent in ns
f"oon ns poKbiblo to make it ready for
Only a Few
Will be sold at
To cleat out the line.
Call early and inspect
Facile Cycle & MTe Go.
R. A. DEXTER, Managei.
KUliKRU block, - - FOUThT
THAT IS WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE
ONLY BY THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
Four Pieces Hawaiian Music!
Rainfall and Temperature Tables!
.Make this year's Calendar par
ticularly valuable. Price, ready for mail
ing, 50 cents. Send the address, enclosing
50 cents, and we will do the rest.
Books and Stationery I
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.
We have the swellest TICS for the
Hoi days that you want to lay your eyes
on, In all of the Lates Styles and Shapes.
We have lust replenished our stock of
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly speaking
rlzht up-to-date In as comDlete n lln n?
men's and boys' FURNISHINGS as can
be shown In the largest city of the Main-1
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. o and 1,
Waverley Block, we are going to give vou
a chance to win a fine BICYCLE. For
every purcha-e of 50c the customer is en
titled to one ticket. The nartv who lmlri
the greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas morning at 10 o'clock gets the wheel,
TELEPHONES 670 and 96.
Two Large Stocks
Of the Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and Interesting
stories of the campaign are told in
'On To Manila.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
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 DM GOODS ASSOCIATION.
M. PALAU, Manacer.
Pickled I'lg's Feet
Plcrfled Lamb's Tongues,
Salt Salmon, Salt Beef, &c,
.... A full line o CEREALS for Breakfast . ..
Telephone G80. Orpheum Block.
We Invite inspection.
H - H - -
ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
No residence property having similar advantages and
attractions, as for healtnfulness 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 mile from the Progiess Block,
has ever before been pwntu- ' h people of Honolulu.
One ol the main features oi rM 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
drinking water obtainable in 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
Government rates. y
OUR GUARANTFF.I W minmnti f oil r,.
chasers of lots on Pacific Heights, that we will, within six
uiuiiuio, piuviuc lapiu umiiyuumiuii tu me iiignesi lots on
the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at iho hpalnnma nf k"oin
TERMS : 4 cash, l$
interest 6 per cent, per annum
ri,,.. ,,:,v. ...:n ......
wui miiidgc win i.uuvcy pan 10 uwunig 10 inspect $
property to and from the same.
For maps and full particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Special Announcement !
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,
Corner Firt and Mctchant rlt,
Dry Goods will be offered to our
H - K - H -
on racinc Heignts
.xm fc.sfc u
in one year, M in two years ;
on deferred payments.
i:. a :ii. j.- . , ..
GET IT !
(Nine Different Views.)
Children's Books and
' Toys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,,
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