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THE 12VI3NINO BULLETIN: IIONOLPLU, II. I., TIIUKSDAY, JANUAUY 18, WOO.
rmUIUhcd Kvury Day, oxccpt 8iimln,
t !U0 King Htri'ct. lluuululw, I. .,
OULi.ST'M PUHUaHINO COMPANY
91. It. l-'AUKINOTON l-Mltor
DANIi;i. LOOAN City lMltor
.JANUAHY IS. 1!00
In tli Ioiik run Klierlft Anilrvwn nml
Horn Paul nro bound to llnd thomsclvcg
up nRiUiiRt It.
What would Hllo do If a Pacific
liner from tlio Orient Bliould neck a
harbor for passengers ami freight on
tho "Long Wharf?'
Hartwell Is a powerful, pleader for
tho small cotcrlo he represents, but llko
his Honolulu ofllclni rnnsteis when It
comes to n pinch, ho can't get the
Ilnwnll'H territorial bill Is being
rapidly whipped Into good American
nhape. Tho real opposition to the bill
Is found In tho un-American features
which tho unofficial delegate repre
senting the local oirtclnl clrclo Is of
fering. Congress shows Itself ready to
rIvc Hawaii a thoroughly American
government much to the disgust of
Ilartwcll'H crowd of schemers.
The campaign for clean streets In
Honolulu may well begin Immediately.
Put nn end to throwing rubbish In tho
streets by following tho example, of
well ordered cities, of having cast Iron
containers conveniently placed nt In
tervals nlong tho principal business
thoroughfares. It Is now not unusual
to sec a mass of rubbish on tho side
wall; bulging from boxes and barrels,
making an unsightly ornament to busi
ness Rtreets. Very Ilttlo effort nnrt
moucy la needed to establish good
sized covered receptacles, that can bo
used by business houses and would
also prevent tho scattering of paper
and scraps that often clutter tho busi
Tho crop of candidate for tho Gov
ernorship of Hawaii elves promlso of
ltclng fully an largo as anticipated. Tor
every local candidate, about ten may
be depended upon from tho States.
They arc all eligible; every American
citizen Is eligible. The brilliant new
slate now being urged by tho local
ofllclni taction with a view to continue
In control of tho situation on tho lines
laid down during tho "transition
period" I3 not thn least Interesting fea
ture of tho pcrsonnl campaign now be
ing forward by our olllcISl frlcuds.
Tho readiness with which Hartwell
and Smith allow their former Idols to
fall has given assuranco that tho first
governor of Hawaii will be a thorough
American, who can bo depended upon
at all times to administer tho ofllce ac
cording to American principle and In
sympathy with tho Hues laid down by
the President. Strango as It may seem
this Is just what Hartwell and Smith
thought they were preventing.
SUPPORT TUB BOARD.
Ur. C. II. Wood was mado president
of the Hoard of Health becauso It was
bollcvcd that u man possessing profes
sional and executive nblllty and who
could give his wholo tlmo and effort to
tho work In hand was needed. V. M.
Hatch was added to iho membership
for his well known legal capacity and
aouud common sense, which the people
have found they can depend upon In
times when tho best men o. tho town
are called to action. Other members
of tho Hoard are not of Indifferent
capacity nor do thoy consider lightly
tho great responsibility placed upon
them. The people have cnlled for con
servatively toned radicalism In dealing
with tho situation and tho Doard has
not been found wanting. Tho business
community has given flssurnnco that
the Hoard could depend on its unqunll-
Is thcro any reason why nt this tlmo,
any of tho prominent men of this town
should practically withdraw their sup
port by criticising tho men, who, pos
sessing tho confldcuco of tho commun
ity, havo been placed In absolute, con
trol? Tho Utilietln must ndmlt that It feces
no reason why a well constructed cot
tago near tho detention camps would
not bo as acceptable to tho peoplo from
well ordered homes ns tho Queen Ho
tol. But tho Board has tho situation in
hand and knows what It Is doing. No
good reason can bo given why Its ac
tion bIiou.j now bo mado a subject of
criticism from thoso whoso comments
will bo extensively exaggerated by tho
Ignorant population that does not stop
to think nor Is amcnablo to reason.
"Standing by the Board" on an oc
casion liko tho present means unques
tioning support at nil times. Tho situ
ation cannot be dealt with success
fully by upholding tho Board one day
and criticising Its action the next. The
Board ..as yet failed to show a lack of
appreciation of the value of llfo or
property. It cannot always stop to ex
plain, but tho peoplo havo no right to
launch off into a tlrado of opposition
and "-"Iclsra before an explanation la
retired, . .
TUB Illt.O fiAKKIHON.
With the majority of tho Hllo popu
lation in a panic and what's left mak
ing the most of n supposed opportunity
to draw trnns-Pncille trado away from
Honolulu, tho Hllo garrison still holds
out against accepting common sense
measures and is enjoying Its siiunbblrs
with tho authorities hugely. Under
Hitch circumstances tho best thing
ncoma to bo to allow tho excitement to
wear Itself out hm It Is bound to do un
der the present high tension. Honolu
lu can stand It, n It Is npparcnt that
otl'ir 'lltriit of tho big Island nro not
prepared to accept tho mandates of
their more excitable brethren, and the
flnnl result will bo Hllo's discovery
that the radical measures Instituted
will cost tho town moro than It comes
Honolulu should extend sympathy
rather than visit wrath upon our Hllo
friends. Having had a good share of
the army transport business wo should
be quite willing to turn over a portion
of it to Hllo. Landing horses from
transports In Hllo bay will lurnlsn
enough trouble and excitement to turn
the population of the Queen City fiom
their present dubious dollbeiatlons.
Rive people something to do, a tnsl:
that entails not a Iltlo vlglrous effort
to accomplish successfully and, ns n
rule, they como to their sober stnses
moro promptly than when wasting
their tlmo In Idle argument. Honolulu
already has more shipping than It cm
dire for promptly. Glvo Hllo n show.
Give Its radical excitement full bwIus
for u time, nnd If It doc3 not find the
experience expensive to tho best In
terests of tho town nnd island, Honolu
lu will be willing to "acknowledge tho
corn, nnd look pleasant.
Poor Andrews Hcems to bo very
much In the hands of the peoplo Im
mediately surrounding his ofllce. As
a result his authority amounts to noth
ing outside his Immediate headquar
ters. Thn majority of his subjects are
In rebellion, and as It Is lmposslblo for
him to control tho Isiand outside his
lmmcdlnto garrison, business with
other districts of Hawaii should im
mediately turn to the channels of least
resistance, nnd allow Hllo wrath to
bum Itself out.
DIXON LOSES CHAMPIONSHIP.
New arU, J in. 9. -Terry McGnvern
to-iiiKht wiesttd the leather-weight cham
pioihlpof the world from Georce Dixi n,
who had defended It for nearly nine year.
To ave Dixon irom a knockout Tom
O'Rorke, Ills manage', threw tip the
Kponge In the eighth round when the ne
gro was st.i?gerlng helplessly, bleeding
and w ak, but as game as the dying g'ad
iator. 'I he fight took place before a crowd that
packed the Broadway Athletic Club and
the victory decided the ownership of a
$10,000 purse. When Dixon and McGovem
stepped on the wmUs tills afternoon to
me the necessary 118 pounds Dixon
fined ti) be the bet er condition. Hi v.i
full of life and energy and loot ed as If the
making of the weight had not troubled
him. whl'c McGovcrn seemed to be too
finely dr.iwn. When they stepped Into the
ring, however, MiGovem's face showed
no irce of red Ir.di Inu course, and as
S(.onasthfystripred each looked In per
Dixon from the first tap of the gong
was mi the aggre-.-Ive, using a lelt swing
inv riaolvnshis lead, which McGoveni
Clevtrly stfppul Inside of ard 'I erry sent
noth hands In rapid order to Dixon's low
-t works. AlcCiovem's attack on the
body v.is a furpilse to DUon, as no boxir
Who ever faced the Ileum was able in land
on the wind libs and kidneys as did Mc
LovIn Cup fop Dcwcy.
Washlncton. Jan. o. Thelovlni' run nf
silver made of the meltrd dimes collected
trom over 70.000 American clilzms, the
majority of whom wcrechllJren. ums ni.
ented to Adml al Lewey lodav. The
cup stands nearly six feet In height at d Is
appropriately inscribed. At one Mde was
a large si ver boi nd volume containing the
nan es of the contributors of the dimes
who h id subscribed in the iuen ilirmmii
the Instrumentality of the New York Innr.
Senator Depew acted as spokesman. In
accepting tl.e tribute. Admliai Dewey
thank-d Senator L'epew for Ills gracious
words and said that he was overpowered
b this new pr of ot the g-atltude of Ills
countrymen. To him the most pleasant
thing about It nnd ore that would make
him cherish It all the more was tne (act
that t1 e children were so largely rentes
ented in the giving.
At the conclusion of Admiral Dewey's
rennrks the health of thusc who gave
were dru- k.
Bulletin o? Plnguc News.
Wolluku, Jan. 1C Sheriff Baldwin
ns chief agent of tho Donra of Health
on Maul, ..as caused to bo posted out
side tho postofflco nt Wnlluku a bul
letin board containing tho latest orders
nnd accounts of the plnguo In Honolulu
from tho Honolulu Board of Health.
Tho Idea is favorably commented upon
by those who are anxious to know tho
.atest status ot tho plnguo In Honolulu.
Notices of tho samo aro likewise for
warded to the nlno Bpecial agents ot
tho Board ot Health on Maul,
Prom Judiciary Piles.
E. Coit Hobron has filed an answer
to Kananlmauloa's bill to admeasure
J. Alfred Magoon and Emmellne Ma
goon have filed a notice of anoeal from
juugo rerrya decision Betting asldo a
I deed nwdo to them by T. Chrletiey.
Just opened, direct shipments fiom the manufacturers.
An invoice of
I LgFpench White China Sop Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct from the Fry Art Co.,
Fry's VltrlSlable Colors in Powder.
Thirty thousand feet of
Picture Mouldings in the Latest Patterns.
Our se'ection 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.,
WOMAN'S WORK AT PARIS.
CIiIcobo, Jnu. C Mrs. May Wright
Sewn 11 of Inillmmpolli, president of tho
International Council of Women, who
hns been appointed by Presiuent Mc
Klnlcy ns a delegate, to the Congresses
of tho I'nrln exposition, reached Chi
cago last night, called hero by duties
connected with tho National Council
of Women, of which alio was president
When questioned nbout her plans for
work nt tho Exposition she said:
"I shall leave for Paris In Juno nnd
shall participate- in tho work of tho
Hducalon Congress, tho Literary Con
gress and tho Organization Congress.
Afterwnid I may go to St. Petersburg,
to which city I havo been Invited b
somo of tho prominent Itusslan wo
men." Mrs. Scwnll is unwilling to speak In
detail of tho plans which the women
will carry out nt tho Exposition, say
ing that they had not been fully form
ed. Sho Is to meet Mrs. Potter Palmer,
tho only American woman commis
sioner to the exposition, tills nfter-
noou to discuss tho matter.
Ainu! Inspection Begins.
Wnlluku, Jan. IE. Nino commissions
from Ur. C. D. Wood, president of tho
Doard of Health, canio up this week
tor tho nlno special agents of tho
Doard ot Health for tho Island of Maul
appointed by tho Citizens' Coramitteo
held nt Knhulul on tho Gth Inst., and
since most of them aro plantation men,
It Is nxpected that they will commence
tho whmesalo cleaning of the planta
tion stables and privies nnd other
filthy places on Maul. Tho Sheriff has
given orders to clean nnd disinfect tho
privies back of Market street, used ns
quartern for tho contract laborers of
tho Wnlluku plantation.
The beauty ot a picture as ?
present is that when it be
comes a part of the home ii
hangs in the memory forever,
such is its influence. JO'nj
Bros, have them, all sizes,
prices and kinds.
All kinds of carrlngo painting by nv
to-dato painters tit tho StockrarJs
Only a Few
Will be sold
To clear out the line.
Call early and inspect
k HTE Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KHICRP'S HLOIJK, -
THAT IS WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE
ONLY BY THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
Four Pieces Hawaiian Music!
Rainfall and Temperature Tables I
Mike 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 test.
Books and Stationery I
316 FORT STREET.
We Are Still
In the Swim!
That's an old savlnir. vet m, .in, I
when we say we are In the swim, why
c iiiciii cvciy wuiu ui II.
We have the swellest TIES for the
Holidays that you want to lay your eyes
on, In all of the Late' Styles and Shares.
We have just replenished our stock of
yuur on in i a. ana are sir ci v ru.,i inn i
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly speakln,
rlht up-to-date In as complete a line of I
m;n 'sand boys' FURNISHINGS as can
be shown In the largest city of the Maln
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
Waverlt Block, we are coIiir to give you
a chance to win a fine BICYCLE. For
ewry purcha e of 50c the cu'tomer Is en
titled to one ticket. The raity who holds
the greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas morning at 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
TELEPHONES 679 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 Dr Goods will be offered to our
customers at very low figures.
1 -irp; Rihlmivs. Fine
Cashmeres, Ladies Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DM GOODS
Pickled Pis Feet
German Dill Pickles,
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uuuiiiuiiMU 1 11 tu
c nooiuouuu uuio
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 nart
of the city, being less thar mile from the Frogiess Block,
has ever before been pre.nk . Un people of Honolulu.
One of the main features 01 u. 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
O'o'R 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
ihe property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
1 TERMS : y3 cash, l3 in one year, 3 in two years ;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments.
v-ui tcuuasc win cunvcy jjiiuics ueMnng lo inspect me
property to and from the same. '
For maps and full particulars call at our office, Rooms
7 and 8 Progress Block.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
The Harness Factory
And Office of : : :
IS SITUATFD IN THE
Lincoln block, King street,
Any orders entrusted to me will receive prompt attention. Orders
already booked will be delivered from there,
C R. COLLINS,
Largest Manufacturer of Harness
and Horse Goods In the Islands.
Telephone No, 502. P. O. Box No. 507. 1414.1m
Lawns. Indian Linen, Fin
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