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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBBUAHY 20, 1900.
111 mmm llmmu ,,mmmmammmm
WrtlUhed Every Day, except Sunday,
t X10 King street, Honolulu, H. I.,
UIXBTJN PUDLIsnii COMPANY
Iff. R. FARRINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN ..City Editor
Par month, nnywhero In II. I... I .75
rw year. In 11. 1 8.00
Par Tear, nostnald. U. 8.. Canada
r Mexico '. 10.00
Par year, postpaid, other foreign
Payable Invariably in advanco.
Poet Offlce Pox 71H
. FEBRUARY 20. 1000.
Armstrong's lmlan labotcrs would
come In handy now to Interview the
rats and obtain their opinion of tho
"Willi the Bewcr system niovlrteil for,
one all rmportnnt step In the progress
of New Honolulu has been taken. Now
give tho Htrccts and buslnpss blocks
the consideration deserved.
sure of the close quarantine, and the
question Is nsliod whether some means
ennuot bo devised for relieving the sit
uation. If present conditions continue,
the people will begin to discuss the ad
visability of moving tho city. Dr.
Wood stated facts altogether too well
proved by experience hero and plogue
centers of the Orient. Tho authorities
have dono and are doing all within the
power of human effort. A new or bet
ter line of attack Is hard to determine.
One advantage gained by calling the
House and Scnato In session tomorrow
would be the creation of a little un
usual excitement to prevent the public
mind from getting mot bid over tho
There may be other men who can
administer the olTlco of Road Super
visor as well as John Ouderklrk, but
there Is none who enn do the work bet
ter. It is to bo hoped that differences
ran be patched up.
So many plague cases novo been di
rectly traced to Asiatic goods, especi
ally foodstuffs, that the destruction of
these goods appears as a question
hardly open to argument. Theso goods
cannot bo used. They are now con
stantly depreciating In value and arc
a constant menace. It Is a foregone
conclusion that the destiuctlon ennnot
be cairlcd out without reimbursing the
owners, whoso property has becomo In
fected through no fault of their own.
Whatever the amount of the damage
claims, the price will be a small one
considering the Increased security oc
casioned by having this material out
nf Mm wnv Wlinn ilnatt llnf tnn fa .Infill
out with a liberal hand the people must '
make up their minds to respond with
equal liberality when making good the
financial loss of tho sufferers.
Kl GOODS - -
LEGISLATURE OR COUNCIL?
Hllo and Honolulu sire airnln contest
ing for metropolitan honors A mica
fight and the Hockley threat nine- gave
tho Queen City n tempuiary luatl.
This Is now overcome by llio appear
ance of up-to-date robborrt In Honolulu.
Mr. Dole's remarks nt the Council of
State Indicate a belief that the elec
tions wero called ott to prevent nn
election of tho President of the Repub
lic. The personal application of the
President's orders has nn Important
place In the heart of our Executive.
The distribution of $142,000 represent
ed In the npproved bills of tho Board of
Health financo commlttco will make
tho local financial situation much easi
er. Tho bills having been approved
and tho money available business men
may well ask why tho payment Is with
held at a time when circulating coin
The rat poisoning campaign having
closed In nn Ignomlnous failure, tho
authorities will now do well to serious
ly consider a general fumigating cam
paign throughout tho business and resi
dence sections. It means heavy ex
pense and an immense amount of labor,
but It has proved an efficacious rat ex
terminator in nil expcilmcntH made
If It is merely the asking Mr. Loefo
ensteln is waiting for before going to
Washington, ho ought not to be oblig
ed to wait any longp". The men who
elected him ;o the local l.'IMsturo
will unquestionably be grntllYd lo h.ivo
their causo ispouiiJ by Mr. LrelKii
ntcln beforo Com;ru33. Thmij are
others who will endorse Ills work
though they did not have the oppor
tunity for voting lor him.
If three members of each Legislative
house meet In n down town ofllco to
morrow and adjourn subject to tho call
of tho President tho requirements of
tho constitution of Hawaii will bo ful
filled. This document provides that a
minority of each house may meet nnd
adjourn from day to day. Those- fear
ful of being called to tlmo for failure
to act have an opportunity to clear
themselves without danger of creating
u second edition of Kentucky embrog
llo. The Bulletin today gives a complete
leport of tho meeting of tho Council
of State for tho consideration of the
extension of sowers In Honolulu. Thoro
was practically no opposition to this
measure, although tho usual lack of
preliminary explanation by tho Execu
tive Council occasioned considerable
siiarp questioning on points of vital
Importance, to tho members assuming
responsibility for tho additional ex
penditures. It Is safe to assunio that
tho President will not only sanction
appropriations already made, but will
also give authority to tho Council to
appropriate for tho emergencies aris
ing from shortago In tho departments.
President Wood's remarks anent the
rontlnuanco of tho plaguo aro of se
rious import to tho business commun
ity. It Is fast becoming a problem how
long the merchants can stand the pres-
In view of Mr. Dole's failures to ob
tain positive Information from Wash
ington, members of tho Hawaiian
Legislature are placed In a curious if
not uncomfortable position. Under
the terms of tho President's election
order members of tho Leglslnturo con
tinue in ofllco nt tho plcasuro of tho
President. No Instruction to the con
trary having been received It Is gener
ally accepted that tho men elected to
tho Legislature of 18US aro still full
fledged nnd duly authorized legisla
tors subject to Picsldent McKlnley's
orders nnd tho constitution of the Re
public. Under the constitution of tho Re
public these men nre obliged to meet
on the third Wednesday In Februnry,
1900 tomorrow. Mr. Dole states that
ho cannot prevent the Legislature from
meeting and Minister Damon has re
fused to authorize necessary additional
expenses In the various departments
after tho last day of this month. Tho
local government also refuses to call
upon the Council of State to make ap
propriations for other purposes than
tho emergencies resultant of the bu
bonic plague. Thus a very completo
blockade has been created and the
Legislature is up a tree. As usual the
Executive Council has kept very quiet
as to Mr. Dolo's correspondence with
Washington and until tho facte wcro
bi ought out yesterday by direct ques
tioning members of tho Legislature
have been very much In tho dark.
It Is possible for tho Speaker of tho
House and President of tho Senato to
call the Legislature In scbslon tomor
row, nnd adjourn from day to day
until positive Instructions have been
received from Washington. This fic
tion would force tho Issue nnd un
questionably obtain tho decision do
Blied. If such action Is token, mem
bers of tho Leglslnturo will have to
trust to luck for their salaries, and
wait patiently for information as to
tnelr authority to mnko appropriations.
Tho obvious mnndnto of tho Presi
dent's election order was to. forestall
n legislative session In Hawaii while
tho territorial bill Is under considera
tion. With appropriations running
j short nnd tho Minister of Financo op
posed to tho contlnuanco of emergency
pi o vision for tho departments some
thing must bo done. Wo bcliovo Min
ister Damon Is mnklng a mistake In
foiclng tho Issuo nlong tho lines of
greatest resistance. His decision no
cessarlly forces members of tho Leg
islature to tako somo action and as
sumo tho responsibility of attempt
ing to force tho hand of tho President.
Unquestionably tho Council of
State can bo given authority to In
crease tho department npproprlntlons
If Mr. Dolo will present ttho matter In
Its proper light beforo tho President.
Mr. FHcU's Inquiry.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 9. a story
which has gained cunency to tho ef
fect that II, C. Frlck. formerlv nrosi.
dent of tho Caraosly Stcol Co.. 1ms do.
elded to go Into court to ascertain tho
value of his holding i In that company,
Is apparently confirmed. Ono ot tho
principal counsel for Mr. Frlck ad
mitted not only that suc'i action would
bo taken, but tho suit might possibly
bo entered at onco.
Tho amount Involved runs up In tho
millions and tho legal action will bo
one of tho most Important from a pure
ly financial standpoint In tba hintnrv
of tho Allegheny county courts. It Is
understood that Henry Phlppa has
Joined Mr. Frlck In his stand and will
bo a party to tho suit.
Just opened, direct shipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
tFrench White China fop Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct from the Fry Art Co.,
Fry's Vltrlflable Colors In Powder.
Thirty 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.
Cltinq Firing a specialty, at reduced rates.
Tne Latest 'n Lamp Goods.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
The Hawaiian Almanac and Amiunl
for 1900, tho 2Cth year of publication,
comes out a trlflo lato from unavoid
able causes. This lssuo well supports
the claim on tho outaldo co.vcr of be
ing "the recognized book of Informa
tion about Hawaii." By the way, It Is
n handsome new design of cover this
time, containing Kamehamcha's statue
In tho middle, Diamond Head scene
below nnd tropical plants dividing the
rest of tho space with tho title.
nil through Its 195 pages tho Annual
still compiled nnd published by Its
founder, Thos. O. Thrum seems
brighter nnd better than most, If not
all, of IU predecessors. And this Is
casting no reflections on tho dead, for
Thrum's old reliable from tho begin
ning uvea as a valuable body of pur
rent, with not n little ancient, history
of tho Hawaiian Islands. Tho first Im
pression mado by the present volume
Is that It Is excellently up to date
Professor Ingalls' description or the
stupendous volcanic activity of the
past year Is only one ovldcnce, out of
many more than there Is room to clto,
backing tho Judgment Just rendered.
Other subjects of present Interest
treated deal with tho value ot govern
ment lands and property nt annexation,
tho association of local charities form
ed tho present yenr, tho passing of Ha
waii's allis (chiefs,) tho outlook for
business activity, yachting In Hawa
iian waters beautifully Illustrated,
Outline of tho coming census and sev
eral others relating to tho progress
and prospects of tho capital and tho
group. As for tho list of statistical
articles, It Is longer and fatter than
ever, nnd Thium has always been a ter
ror on statistics.
The retrospect of 1899 Is comprehen
sive of major events, while the reglstor
and directory department Is completo.
A few nominal und typographical er
ros have occurred, but they aro not
bad enough to hurt. Mr. Thrum Is de
serving of congratulations for tho
stundnid ho has attained In tills In
valuable Huwallan handbook.
Good Air. Good View. 6000 Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself nn artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work of
construction, equipping and installation placedin the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and otherlpuiposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most se!ect:of alljthe
residence sites of Honolulu.
Golden Rule Bazaar
316 FORT ST.
The Largest Stock of Miscel
laneous Books in
the City !
For further information,
the office of
prices, terms, etc., apply at
BRUCE WARING & CO.
.ALL BOOKS SOLD AT.,
PnlilisIiBr's Prices or Less !
HAWAIIAN FLAGS, '
816 FORT STREET.
P D.-CORSETS in all colors.
NEMO-CORSETS In all colors.
G. D.-SUMMER WAISTS,
G. D.-BICYCLE WAISTS.
G. D.-HEALTH CORSETS.
O. D.-CHICAGO WAISTS.
G.D.-CHICAGO YOUNG LADIES'
in Our Window.
Cyclomero Park has been subdivided
Into lots which aro now offered for
sale. Theso lota nro particularly uult
oblo for manufacturing sites, storage
warehouses and rcsldcnco purposes,
parties seeking locations conveniently
near to the business portion of the city
will find this a most dcslrnblo proper
ty. For terms and particulars, apply
at tho ofllco of Hruce, Waring & Co.,
THE SPOT "KASH"
The Evening Bulletin, 75 ccnta per
Pacific Cycle k IFe Go.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager..
EHLEnS' 11IOCK, - - FOHTST.
Timely table of topics Intensely Interest
ing to Intending Investors In
Furnishing Goods 13
The articles aJvrrtluil .ir u.i.nt ....
need now or shall In a very short time.
r he prices we append are the result of ad
vantageous purchases In the open market
We cannot guarantee to duplicate any
offerings after these lots are gone. How
ever, we will guarantee to sell for lc
money than the average dealer can buy at
wholesale n larce auantlilK n,,i,i,.
are jlgantk. 1 he assortment Is Immense.
No such establishment for profitable satis
factory trading exists elsewhere on these
Islands. We Have sa'd It. We wait the
pleasure ol proving It to you personally.
Jii8t received n full line o?
Men's Suits from 10 and up.
Boys Suits from f6 and up.
Children's Suits from 2 and up.
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION,
Temple of Fasliion..
Assets 25.2f 1.9f 0.15.
INSURE YOUR LIFE
HATS at All Prices
Germania : Life
InaurancB Company of New York,
Tho Gold Bond Endowment Policy is Better than
U. S. Government Bonda.
EMETT MAY. Manager.
Merchant Street Side
Assessment Notice Wala
lua Agricultural Com
Notice Ishereb- 'Iven that an assess
ment of Go per cent nas been levied upon
the lo.coo shares, new Issue, of the Wal
lua Agricultural Cj , Ltd., and that the
same will be due and payable at the office
tf Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Jan. is, 1900.
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Notice of Assessment,
Notice Is hereby given that the eighth
t ltAemn( nf -. - . .
flass&fci-fe ? " "onSIulu as
8 Remember we have the Knox
AgencN for Men's Hats and are Sole Agent
for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh Underwear
Mechanic' Homo, comer Wntel and
Nuuanu Btreeu.. luairintt ov n-. uv
or month. Terms: 25 nnd nn (.
per night fl and fl.35 per week.
JfakHiafatkXk WS'tiMAar. -,'' ..ftfcr -fy-.
TRANSIT AND LAND CO. will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 411
Fort (upstairs), Honolulu, on the istday
February. The shares upon which as
essment may remain unpaid after thirty
days from said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb, 1, 1000. 1419
GET IT !
(Nine Different Views.)
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Children's Books and
oys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,,
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