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PibllBhod Cvery Day, except Sunday,
t JUO King street. Honolulu, H. 1.,
nur.i.fiT'N PUDLISHINO COMPANY
ft. It. FAUUINOTON Editor
DANIKL. LOOAN City Udltoi
FU1DAY JANUAUY 19, Umi).
Why not ndd n matron to tho work
ing forco at tho detention barracks? A
thoughtful. Intelligent woman can do
an lmmenso amount of good work In
rollovlng the hardships which tho wo
men necessarily Buffer from having
their homes temporarily broken up.
If San Francisco should refuse to ic
colvo shipments from Honolulu, the lo
cal nlat mists can thank themselves foi
suggesting tho idea. Having nlloweu
Oriental fi eight to enter tho pent It Is
not likely tho Federal authorities will
attempt to discriminate against Ha
waii. Tho Loudon suggestion that tho Brit
ish agent at Delagoajwy bo supplied
with liberal funds nnd authority Indi
cates that London has a peculiar Idea
of I'ortugueso officials. Tho inference
In mado direct that contraband cargoes,
can bo better stopped with money thau
Tho action of tho Superintendent ol
Public Works in issuing a permit foi
a building in Chinatown might bo fun
ny, It It were not at this time such a
highly Idiotic proceeding. Is Mr.
Howell trying to make out that his do
partment Is In no way responsible fo.
tho shncKs with which tills town hab
Tho question of daranges suffered
by property holders by tho lecen.
"strenuous measures" la likely to hi
as long drawn out as tho claims grow
lug out of tho '95 revolution. Tho pco
lo whoso household goods went up it
Uamcs should rccelvo flint attention.
Tho poor people that had little Fo lost
aro really tho heaviest sufferers.
W. N. Amrstrong Is quoted na saylnt
that "thcie Is no wind blowing, so th
traw3 do not move." Tho align
brcczo that wiped out tho llfo tenure o.
judges from tho Ilnwallau bill natur.il
ly doesn't count In local govemmen
circles. Nothing counts that docsn .
como their way, but tho straws un
moving notwithstanding tho persona
campaign of our great and good friend'
whoso hltong hold Is in tho nutl-lm
pcrallst anll-admlnlstratlon forces oi
Complaint has been mado by the Chi
nese that women of their nationality
aro subjected to unnecessary hardships
by guards who show little respect foi
Chlneso womanhood. Harsh treatment
of women of whatever nationality wlli
not be countenanced by any Intelligent
citizen radical or conservative. 'Tho op
portunity offers for tho women of tin
community to render nsslHtaneo at the
detention camps, which will lessen the
hardships their sex is likely to encoun
ter In tho turmoil of breaking ur
homes nnd disinfecting tho clothlni
nnd persons of those sent to tho bar
racks. With tho biggest part of tho China
town population properly sheltered It.
tho Walakamilo detention camp, tin
problem of creating a new Chlnntowi,
Is by no means such an Impossible tasl.
as at first appeared. Except In com
paratlvcly few lnstnnces, tho detention
camp homes nro far supeilor to those
recently occupied In Chinatown. The
people can bo hold In their present
quarters for n year without marked In
convenience. When general bushiest
Is resumed thoy will not bo far from
their places of work. Small Btores cat
ho established In tho now district, ant
it will bo found that tho Injury done
tho Asiatics by moving their center ol
population 1h not of marked propor
tions. A few days before his llfo was endec"
i-r a Filipino bullet Gen. Lawton
wroto to Hon. John IJarrett, "If I an.
shot by a Filipino bullet, It might at
well iomo from ono of my own men
becauso I know from observation con
firmed by captured prisoners Mint tht
continuance of fighting Is chiefly due
to tcports that nro sent out from Amer
lea." This was Gen. Lawton'B las
message to bis countrymen. Uy hit
own words, tho blood of Oen. Lawton I.
upon tho hnnds of the men who, undei
tho stylo of antl-lmperlallsts, have ren
dered aid and comfort to tho cncralei
of the nation. Lawton'B Is not the onl)
valuable American llfo that has beei
sacrificed by tho traitors of the Amerl
Apropos of the San Francisco Call'i
Washington dispatch that "Specla
Agent Sowall favors contract labor,
Mie advance sheet of tho Consular IU
ports dated Jan. 5, 1900, says; "Th
special agent of the United BUU at
THE EVENING BULLETIN:
Honolulu, Mr. Sowall, sends, under
dale of December C, 1899, copy of a re
port on tho conditions of labor In Ha
waii by tho secretary of th6 bureau of
immigration, Mr. Wray Taylor, as fol
lows:" Then follows an extenslvo re
port willed Mr. Taylor mado to tho lo
cal MInlBtor of Foreign Affairs. " 'Ntnt
said." 'Tls not the first or tho last
time a local government contemporary
will And Itself under tho necessity of
an abject apology for misrepresenting
n.XTRND TUB SUWEKS.
Every special report by physicians
or laymen during the present sclge has
oinphnslzed tho lmportanco of the
Board of Health's recommendation
that tho sewer system bo extended. At
'ho picscnt tlmo every citizen believes
that tho recommendation should bo fol
lowed to the letter. The danger tin
people should guaid against If, a possl
bio sidetracking of this work when the
jilnguo has been conquered.
Everybody sees tho necessity of sow
ar extension now, but when tho crista
Is past nnd tho public begins to count
'.ho cost, It Is moro than likely that en
thusiasm for further cxpcndlturo on
improvements will cool and sewer ex
tension may bo put down as ono of the
matters that can bo attended to later.
This was the history of tho cholera
iftermath. Tho peoplo saw Chinatown
tnd knew of Its filth nnd dnugcrs, bin
his was quickly forgotten when the
immediate danger passed. Tho 1m
irovoment stopped wlthjthe wnlllng up
jf Nuunnu sticct.
Not only should tho sewer system be
extended to Kewalo and throughout
the business district It ought to be
extended to tho residence districts nnd
higher lovels. Every cesspool In Ho
nolulu should bo done away with.
Asldo from tho sanitary valuo of tho
jowcrs, a great saving from damage to
ho streets by heavy rains can be mails
by furnishing nn outlet through tho
sowers for tho water that Hoods tla
dttcets m tho rainy season.
A prominent government offi
cial has recently cnllcd attention
through the columns of tho Bulletin to
tho great necessity of protecting tho
streets from tho Injury done by the
present system, better lack of system
of surface drainage. Tho cxpenso of
Improving tho draluago for surface
water will In the long run bo moro
than covered by tho saving mndo In tho
repairs on tho streets. Continuous
Iry weather of tho present season has
not made tho Immediate demand so
marked as In previous years, but tho
mances aro that when tho rains do
:omc tho volume of water will bo such
33 to do greater damao to tho prlncl
pal tnoroughfares thau has been evi
denced In years of normal rainfall.
IIIlo from Prtvtitc Letters.
Tho following extracts from two
personal letters Just iccelved from th"
big Island will bo Interesting as show
lug tho light in which our plngun sltu
itlon la viewed by peoplo who stop to
.hlnk beforo thoy act. Tho llrnt Is
fiom Mr. David Glass, formerly of Ho
nolulu, now a resident of Kohnla:
"1 guess you aro all In a pretty nnx-
ous state owing to tho plague, but I do
aopo It will soon wear Itself out, and
lint without many moro fatalities. I
invo Just heard tonight that tho pco-
lo of Ullo havo taken ono of their
rnzy turns, and havo risen in a small
ebclllou, lcfiislug to let any ono land.
They havo taken possession of tho
wharf, and tho Sheilff had to talco ref-
ugo on board tho U. S. S. Pathnndor.
Theso peoplo seem determined to bring
hcmsclves beforo tho oyca of tho
world pretty prominently. I don't know
what their next movo may bo, but It Is
certain to bo somothlng In keeping with
previous events. It Is n pity Mint a
seiiRlblo frllow like our friend
will bo classed among them. My hum
ble opinion Is that a great deal too
much Is mado of tho Infection theory
right along. It Is all right to tako nil
tho precautions wo can to prevent such
a thing coming amongst us, but to
work a lot of Ignorant peoplo up to
such a pitch of excitement ns tho Chl
neso nnd Japanese must bo In down
thcro Is simply courting troublo, for
;cneraity wtien persons nro In such n
Uato of terror they aro ten times moro
msceptlblo to dlscnso than peoplo who
invo mado up tneir minds not to cross
ho brldgo beforo they coino to It, and
iro thereforo mentally nnd physically
n a much hotter condition to rcslat
llsease. Wo begin cutting
ano a week from today. This Is a flno
llstrlct, plenty of company, If ono so
ncllncd, nnd tlmo seems to fly. It has
ieen very dry for somo tlmo nnd tho
ano doesn't look very well for It: how.
sver, tho crop Is a bettor ono Mils year
nan last, mo rain, though no moro of
' -"Ing como at moro regular liitor-
...u extracts from tho second letter
ro by P. Mnurlco McMahon, official
itenogrnpher for Hawaii:
"Wo aro having tho dickens of a
imo regarding this plaguo scare Meet
ngs nro being held two or three times
tally, the peoplo being very much ox
Ited the rabble threatening all sorts
f things It the Japs on the Ktnau and
Cnlulanl are allowed to land. Ycster
ay (tho 16th Inst.,) I wrote short hand
or about eight hours, reporting meet
ngs of delegates from different dls-
-icis. ana tno commltteo meeting on
'.ho Pathflndor organized at tho meet-
ng of delegates and others. This
rooming court Is In session, and some-
now, sometime today by 4 o'clock,
Just opened, diiect shipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
tiSftFi'ench White China for Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Drect fiom the Fry Art Co.,
Fry's Verifiable 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.
acile Hardware Co.,
when tho Klnnu leaves, I am to find
tlmo to write up tho meetings for tho
districts, to go on tho Klnnu. Am
scribbling this whilo getting a bite
of breakfast. Absolutes quarantine ha3
been decided on till further orders
from our health committee.
Tako plenty of limes, lemons and raw
eggs; they aro a splendid tonic food.
When our bodies nro well notirisncu
there is less ehanco of contagion."
HAD MEAT ON Till! IMO.
Washington, Jan. S. Commissary
General Whcaton has received tho re
ports of tho officers in chargo of iho
'1 hlrty-llrst Infantry whllo em board tho
transport ltlo do Janeiro, upon tho al
leged poisoning of tho men through
spoiled ments. Tho report of tho regi
mental surgeon, C. W. Frye, had al
ready been published, to tho effect that
the poisoning resulted from fresh and
not canned meat. Tho other report la
from Lieutenant Colnel l'luinmer. Iln
states that 289 men wero mado sick on
October 22d nnd 23d after leaving Ho
nolulu, bound for Manila, and ono man
died. This was tho result of ptomalno
poisoning from tho condition of the
fresh meat eaten. From tno expert
encc of tho voyngo Colonel Plummer
recommends that meat for tno use or
troops bo packed by persons expert In
packing fresh meat for tho long voy
ages. Also that ofllcers of tho quarter
master's and commissary's depart
ments bo occasionally sent on tho
transports to ncnulro experience.
General Watson has forwarded tho
reports to Major Baldwin, tho commis
sary In chargo at San Francisco, to de
velop other facts relatlvo to tho respon
sibility for tho condition of tho meat.
SCniMGKOim At Kawchewche, Wal
klkl, on January ISth, Itobert Swan
Scrimgcour, In tho fiftieth year of his
The beauty ot a picture as a
present is that when it be
comes a part of the home it
hangs in the memory forever,
such is ns innuence. ing
Bros, have them, all sizes,
prices and Hinds.
Only a Few
Will be sold at
$40 ! cash,
To clear out the line.
Call early and Inspect
& H'fl GO
R. A. DEXTER, Manager.
KHIiWPmJIX)CK, - - FOBT.OT,
Ff. I., FRIDAY, JANtAHY 19, MOO.
THAT IS WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS
Hawaiian scenic Calendar !
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE
ONLY BY THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
Tlilrleen-Beautlful Views 1
Four Pieces Hawaiian Music I
Rainfall and Temperature Tables!
MUe this year's Calendar par
ticularly valuable. Price, ready for mail
ing, 50 cents. Send the address, enclosing
50 cents, anu we will uo tne rest.
Books and Stationery !
816 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 TInS for the
Holidays that you want to lay your eyes
on, In all of the Lates' Styles and Shapes.
We have just replenished our stock of
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly spe-iking.
rlzlit un-to-date In as comnlete a line of
men's and boys' FURNISHINGS as an,
be-snown In the largest citv of the Man-
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
Waverle Block, we are colne to elve vnu
a chance to win a fine UlCYCLE. For
every purcha-e of 50c the customer Is en
titled to one ticKet. I he party who holds
the greatest number of tickets on Christ
mas mprnlng at 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
TELEPHONES 679 and 96.
Two Lane Stocks
Of the Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and interestlnj
tories of the campaign are told in
On To Manila.
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.
Pickled Pls Feet
German Dill Pickles,
Apples, Etc., Etc
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P ACI FIC
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Residence Lots on
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 Progicss Block, 1
has ever before been pwnk: li people of Honolulu.
One ot the main features 01 property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supyiy or 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
OL'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
the property, .connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
TERMS : l3 cash, y3 in one year, lA in two years ;
interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments.
Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the
property to and from the same. f
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 S1TUATFD IN THE
Lincoln block, King street
... . NEAR ALAKEA.
Any orders entrusted to me vill receive prompt attention. Orders
t'ready booked will be delivered from there.
C. R. COLLINS, ,
Largest Manufacturer of Harness A '
Telephone No. 502. P. O. Box
Orpheum Block. Ml
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Goods In the Islands.
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