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THE EVENING BOLLET1N: HONOLrLU. H. I., SATURDAY, JAKUAIIY 27, IfOO.
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Poat OUlco Hot "IS
JANUAUY 27, 1D00
Come In Mr. Loebnisteln Honolu
lu's latch string Is nlvaB out notwlth
HtandliiK HUo 1b Indifferent to oui wel
fare. Een the Family Compact Ib not flee
from i own which prove Hint the Dole
government linn been In power all too
Jonp to satisfy the people.
If beet sugar producers of Southern
California Ilnd Husslnti peasants a all
able for labor In the field, Hawaii
might well make a tequlHltlou on the
iitiHRlnu colony of Canada
If tho Adveitlser wants a few uuiio
picturesque terms to apply to Mar
shal Urown, It ian find sumc good oncts
In the suppressed editions of the Sun
day Volcano vrhli.li Iiiimi the iichnnt;ii;
To get tho people moving In muni
cipal lmprooment tho llrst nppcal
must he made to local selfish Interests.
Tho Improu'incnt Association forms a
nucleus for ns active u municipal
league as can be found In any Anieil
Honolulu Is nualtiug with Intel est a
description of how' the horses fiom the
Aztec were lauded In IIIIo. It's a dol
lar to a doughnut that HUo will not
furnish a phonograph teproductlon of
tho language used by those In charge of
K the Asiatics took as much interest
iu purity of tho home as does tho white
labor element, Honolulu would be
arod much of Its present distress. It
ought not to roqulro another lesson
to convince the good people of tnis
country that It Is Impossible to make
Intelligent citizens out of coolies.
When a jear or two of law practice
In Dostou was sulUcieut experience to
qualify Delegate Hartwell for the po
sition of Associate Justlco on the Su
preme Bench of Hawaii, It 111 Lecnmcs
tlaitwcll and the fuctton ho represents
to raUe a tumpus about tho appoint
ment of Americans to olllco under tho
Territory of Hawaii.
The best thing Mr. Loebenstciu uin
do Is to come ashore and assume a po
sition before the Doard of Health as
resident representative of HIlo. Hono
lulu apparently needs antagonism of
some ktnd from the outsldo to keep ihe
leaders from fighting among them
selves. Furthermore the HIlo delegate
can do vastly more and quicker work
bj going beforo the authorities per
sonally and presenting his arguments
NO TIME FOR WRANGLES.
Mr. Thurston has succeeded In stir
ring up an Immense amount of antag
onism and unnecessary friction,
through the personal campaign against
Marshal Blown, when one of tho de
mands of the situation Is friendly co
operation in all departments. It Is un
fortunate that In times llko the pres
ent, the leaders of tho ruling clement
should find It necessary to Indulge In
hot headed powwows, when the com
munity Is seeking to impress upon the
Asiatics the necessity for unquestion
ed acqulcsence to tho requests and sug
gestions made by the authorities. The
chances are that Mr. Thurston could
accomplish as good or better results by
making his complaints to tho Marshal
direct Instead of going to tho Health
Board and Indulging In a fierce tirade,
and following this up with a personal
attack through tho Advertiser.
Tho whole contention Is a demon
stration of what an Incompetent offi
cial structure tho Dole government has
built up, but this Is no tlmo for people
to light among themselves whatever
their personal opinion of the men in
control. Cooperation is not to be se
cured from whlto men by smashlnlg
them over the head with a Mndbftf.
llll.O'S Pl.HA POIl MONUY.
If Mr Loeliensteln has come to Ho
nolulu to obtain thnt J50.000 requested
for forwarding santtnry measures In
HIlo, one of his first duties will be to
mnko pcaco for the people In rebellion
whom ho represents. Not only HIlo
but every district In the other Islands
should be supplied with such addition
al funds ns may bo necessary tp for
ward snnltaiy Improvements and make
assurance doubiy Biirc against possible
Introduction of tho plague,
lly Its unncccssailly obstreperous ac
lion, howeer, HIlo has stood In Its
own light and may consider Itself lucky
If It gets an additional dollar. HII-j
has established a Uoaid of Health ab
solutely Independent of all local au
thority, and thereby divested Itself of
ollklnl communication with Honolulu
ns well us trade connections. Until
HIlo conies to Its senses It Is a prac
tical impossibility to do anything for
tho place In tho way of flnnnclnl as
slstniuc. Docs HIlo wish money ex
pended under the dliectlon of n dis
charged agent of the Uoard of Health?
Doubtless It does, but It Is not likely
that any otner people or officials will
take tho same lew. Sheriff Andrews
is honest enough but ho hns no more
nuthoilty to receive and epcnd mon
cjb appiopilntcd for tho uso of tho
Hoard of Health than has a plantation
IIIIo decided to go It alone. Until
It awakes from Its dream of Indepen
dence, It will havo to go It.
POItTUGUI'SU ARIi RIGHT.
Radical objections raised by the
Ioi tugueho to quartet lug Japanese ln
boicis near their homes Is merely an
expression fiom the Punchbowl dis
trict of n sccnllmcnt thnt rules througn
out tho city. Thus far tho Portuguese
colony has kept Its homes fiee from
tho Intermingling of Asiatics with their
crowded boarding houses and dens of
vice. Tho Portuguese do their own
house work and aro fully able to take
caro of themselves. Many of the other
white families of tho city would feel
more securo these days If they had
leaned less heavily upon tho support
ing arm of Asiatic labor. It has been
shown conclusively that Cliineso and
Japanese servants cannot bo trusted.
They havo to be constantly watched to
pi event them leaving their quarters or
harboring friends from the Infected
When matters have become more set
tled, there will bo foiccful action In all
resldenco districts along the lines
which Punchbowl residents have laid
down. Thin establishing of small Chi
natowns throughout the city haB to
come to nn end or tho peoplo will know
the reason wuy. Tho majority of the
Japanese and Chinese boarding houses
throughout tho city aro merely small
editions of the old Pauahl street broth
els. They decrease tho valuo of good
resldenco property and servo no good
purpose In many Instances tho incomo
fiom rentals goes to good peoplo en
gaged in Christianizing tho heathen.
This Is something like nn lucldcnt
biought out by tho enforcement of tho
.Maine liquor law. Ncal Dow, the great
temporance leader, was drawing an In
como from the rental of a city hotel
whero liquor was constantly sold In
direct violation of tho law.
There Is room enough for Asiatic
boarding houses In this city without
placing brothels, with their attendant
evils, in the midst of the residences of
for tu-3 Campaign
Philadelphia, Jan. 13 . The sub-corn
mlttee of the Republican N..tiprM Corr
mlttrr tnft.ltf hIT.ln lit In nt.n - !..
work of the f residential Ompilgn. Shrct
Iv after o nVI. ii l thp mmmlitun .. .i ,.
eJ May. r Ashbrldge. In the party was
jciMic Humid, tnairman; jne vianlry.
ii . i avuc hi vvisuuiMn. united states
vnator N. B. Scott of Wrst V!rRlnia,
Richard Kerens of Missouri at d Charles
Dick of Ohio, secretary of the Nation I
Committee; Proldent Harry Burk and
Chairman W. S P. Shield of the local
Citizens' Convention Association and a
number of others.
Senator Hanna said regarding the con
vention: ''Of course Pre-ident McKinley
will be renominated and without doubt he
will receive every vote in the convention'
but when It comes to croo.lnchls running
in te and deci Jlnc on the platlorm there is
likely to be an abundance ot excitement "
During the conference with Mavor Ah
bridge, Senator Hanna made the first state
men,1 he has Mered In his capacity as
National Krpubl'can chairman on the Is
sues and plans of the coming campaign.
He sild: "First, the national Issues will
be the prosperity of the worklnitmen of
c r.H0""1 5ecnJ. the retention of the
Philippines. The Republican party Is In
pressing and Immediate need of funds to
carrv on the work oi the camp len. and It
must be hmin wlthnnt a n,nn,.n,f. a.i...
The Democratic party has labor aeltators
uiiougiiuui me west, and the
Republican campaign commlttre finds it
necessary to meet them at every point."
RJ QQQDS - -
Just opened, diiecOhipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
tuSFrench White China Sop Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct fiom the Fry Ait Co.,
Fry's Vitri?iable 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 Pacif c Hardware Co,
FRAUD IN RAILWAY, DEAL.
Stattle, Wash., Jan.lB.-iA bill In
equity on behalf of New Yc rk and Ca
nadlan stockholders of
Lako Shore and Eastern 1!
filed Iu tho United States C
today ngalnst the Seattlo ,
tlonal Ilallwny, asking foil
for tho road, also for nn ! Injunction
against tho moving of the tracks of tho
company. An examination) into the ac
counts of the Union Trust Company of
New Yoik Is nlso demanded. Charges
of fraud and conspiracy) aro mado
against tho Union Trust CJompany and
tho Seattle & Intrrnntloial Railway
In the mortgago foreclosure wherein
tho Seattle, Lako Shoro 'and Eastern
Railway was sold to satisfy the mort
gage on tho Union Trust (jompany.
Tho bill makes specific , -charges that
a combination and organisation agree
ment was entered Into byj the commit
tee representing tho Union Trust Com
pany and thoso who subsequently be
came the Seattle & International Rail
way to bid In the property for $1,000,
000, when tho same was worth 10,000,
000; to mnko falso accounts to the
Court so as to show that tho property
was only equal to tho value of the
mortgage, and thnt certain stockhold
era of tho Seattlo, Lako Shoro and
Eastern Rnllwny, consisting of Armour
of Chicago, Christian and Patton ot
Now York, and others who have bo
como the principal organizers of the
Seattle & International Railway, com
bined In a scheme with tho Union
Trust Company to make falso accounts
and a wrong showing to tho Court, so
thnt all other creditors could be frozen
out from receiving and benefits from
the property, and specifically charging
that $143,000 In cash was misappropri
ated nnu presented to tho Court In an
Item of profit and loss.
Tho Lo Munyon Photo Supply Co.
will rocelve on tho Australia the larg
est line of moulding that ever came to
Honolulu, also tb elatest machinery to
make up samo Into frames. -
Only a Few
Will be sold at
$40 ! h,
To clear out the line.
Call early and inspect
& IK Co.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager,
r.vpio BI-OCK, . . FORT.OT
THAT IS WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE
ONLY BY THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
Four Pieces Hawaiian Music I
Rainfall and Temperature Tables I
Make this year's Calendar par
ticularly valuable. Price, readv for mail
ing, 50 cents. Send the address, enclosing
50 cents, and we will do tne rest.
Books and Stationery I
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 TIES for the
Holidays that you want to lay your eyes
on, In all of the Late Styles and Shapes.
Aa ItntiA flirt ranlnlliAl aI .t
"C llVt IU31 ICpitUOIlCU UUI 9lUlt Ul I
GOLF SHIRTS, and are strictly speaking
rUht up-to-date In as complete a line of 1
mtn's and boys' t-UKNI5HINGS as can
be shown In the larcest citv of the Main
At our Hotel Street Store, Nos. 9 and 1,
Waverlc Block, we are eoine to elve vou
arhance to win a fine BICYCLE. For
ev.-ry pun.ha e of 50c the customer Is en
titled to one ticket. The party who holds
thf greatest numbr of tickets on Christ
mas morning at 10 o'clock gets the wheel.
TELEPHONES 679 and 96.
Two Large Ms
Of the Best Furnishings.
Accurate history and interestina
itorles of the campaign (are told In
On To Manila.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Commencing Next Monday, De
cember 4th, 1899.
-Our entire slock of
customers at veiy low figures.
Laces, Ribbons, Fine Lawns, Indian Linen, Fine
Cashmeres, Ladies' Capes suitable for the holidays.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
M. PALAU, Mumper.
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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 Proems Block,
has ever before been pre$ntt: he. people of Honolulu.
One ot the main feature 01 thi property, and procured
at great expense, is the abundant supply ot 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
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
1 he property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid
Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu
TERMS : cash, in one year, 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.
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, !
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 Islets.
Telephone No, 502 P. O, Box No. 507. 14?
Dry Goods will be offered to our
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on Pacitic Heights