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THE FREIGHT PROBLEM.
MB 4 THE
SR Evening' Bulletin,
HEMr fwbllihed Every Day, except Sunday,
HML- t !U0 King street, Honolulv, H. I.,
f?IH by tt
HP UJLbET'N PUULISirrrti COMPANY
gJHf ? H. FARRINOTON Editor
tS DANIRI, T.OC1AN City Editor
jOHr Telephone 250
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ifKk TUESDAY FEBRUARY
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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBKUAKY -OT, J"""'
Tho niBhop Estato has given prop
erty owners along King street a lesson
in street widening that should not pass
without an attempt by other owners to
do ns well.
According to tho report fcnt to the
official organ by Cocoanut Club Delo
gato Armstrong, tho majority of the
Ilouso Commlttco on Terrltorl'-s nro
ether fools or knaves.
Speaking of squatters, land laws,
etc., it the Hawaiian government has
not granted tho llllo Railway Company
squatter rights on public land In Ha
waii, wo would llko to know under
what heading tho recent notion of tho
Executive Council Is to be classed.
Increase In tho number of Dole gov
eminent supporters Is n plpo
dream with which a fow of our officials
nre making bright their waning official
careers. As a friend wo would suggest
that they go slow In mortgaging their
balary certificates beyond tho time,
when tho territorial bill goes Into ef
fect, lie merry while you may.
Hllo Is making merry c'er the Idea
that tho death of Mrs. Scrrao should
havo been pronounced as duo to the
plague twenty-one days having pass
ed with no cases, suspicious or other
wise. We certainly hope that Hllo Is
correct In Its conclusions but It should
not forget the prlco Honolulu paid for
being over confident after tho appear
ance of tho first suspicious plague
It was Congressman Hitt who re
marked to n Bulletin representative
that tho basis of the Dole, hon.estcad
law is tho $600,000 sugar plantation.
An official of the United States Gen
eral Land Offlco stated beforo tho
Ilouso committee that lie did not con
sider tho peoplo of Hawaii capablo of
self government It the Dolo land law
1b an cxamplo of what they can do.
Tho local Government falls to appre
ciate that Washington officials and leg
islators are tho men, who after carefully
conslderlngtho matter, havo upset their
land schemes. When Hawaiian officials
show capacity for handling our lands
properly, Congress will doubtless with
draw tho supervision of tho Secretary
of tho Interior.
The largo amount of spneo W. N.
Armstrong gives Col. Little In his let
ters to tho Advertiser would indicate
that Little, in addition to his duties
ns a representative of tho American
Settlers' Association Is keeping tho
government aggregation dancing on a
hot skillet. Tho funny part of It is
that all tho aggregate and Individual
power and intellect of Hartwell, Arm
strong and Smith is unequal to tho task
of upsetting Col. Little's work. Tho
only satisfaction tho government
crowd seems to bo getting is that gain
ed through two columns of advertising
space In tho official organ. When one
man can routo tho combined forces of
Mr. Dole's special dclegato, tho Plan
ters' representative and tho Cocoanut
Club delegate, It Is an Interesting
demonstration, not so much of tho one
man's power, but of tho Incapacity of
tho government lobby trio.
That the Japanese merchants Bliould
be heard from In connection with the
Uoard of Health's regulation touching
food stuffs Is to bo expected.' Con
sidering the financial Interests effected
and (ho largo number of people depen
dent upon the mlzo, seaweed, mush
rooms, diled fish nnd dried vegetables
Imported from Japan for dally diet,
the Japanese have been very conserva
tive in their requests. Had tho re
stilctlon consequent to tho plaguo hit
the Americans as hard as It has the
Japanese we doubt whether tho sltua
tlon would bo ncceptcd with bettor
It Is very bard for tho controlling
clement to appreciate what Iosscr the
Japanese have suffered from the China
town fire, or what serious losses and
difficulties will result unless some re
vision is nmdo In tho regulations which
prevent further tiafflc In the national
foods of theso people. Tho nvcrago
citizen going over the list of neces
sary Japanese foods Is disposed to
laugh at the Idea that mlzo (a mixture
of rice and beans) seaweed, mush
rooms, dried llsh nnd dried vegetables
are necessary to existence Residents
of tho United States can't understand
why tho authorities should mako n
special effort to supply Hawalians
Tho fact Btlll remains that tho com
fort nnd contentment of over 20,000 of
Hawaii's population depends on
ability to obtain theso peculiar foods.
No officials or peoplo can arbitrarily
change n national diet however odor
iferous and distasteful theso articles
of food mny appear to Americans nnd
Europeans. l.nrgo Japanese mercan
tile firms hnvo been established which
have tho same right to recognition ns
the American grocers.
To coutlnuo present conditions
means ruin to ninny merchants nnd
serious discontent among laborers on
Tho authorities cannot view the sit
uation with Indifference. The food
stuffs now hero enn bo destroyed, by
tho government making proper finan
cial return to tho owners. So fnr as
known, no plaguo cases huvc been
traced directly to the uso of Japanese
foods, and if It bo true that theso foods
placed on tho unpermitted list of Im
ports havo been used at tho detention
camps it would appear that tho ques
tion of destruction merits further con
Whatever Is dono with tho goods
now here the Bulletin doubts tho ad
visability or authority of Hawaiian
officials putting a stop to the importa
tion of Japaneso foodstuffs. Our traf
fic with foreign countries Is controlled
In Washington n.. tho present time.
Commercial demands of the present
day are that traffic shall bo assisted,
not checked. Imports from clean
poits in Japan, though tho imports bo
tho unpermitted class, have tho samo
right of way nt tho port of Honolulu
that our sugars havo In ports of tho
Just opened, direct shipments from the manufacturers.
An invoice of
t2French White China for Decorating.
The finest assortment ever exhibited in Honolulu, direct
Direct from the Fry Art Co.,
Fry's Verifiable 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.
Clilnn Firing a specialty, at reduced rates.
Yie Latest in Lamp Goods.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
THE FIFTH CIRCUIT COURT
Judge Hardy of tho Fifth Circuit,
Kauai, has admitted to probato tho will
of tho lato Hclnrlch Conrnd Rnbo of
Llhuc, which lett his whole estato to
his wlfo and nnmed her as solo execu
trix without bond.
Judgo Hardy has admitted tho will
of tho late Kekua Kanl, w., of Walmca,
juiai, 10 pronato, confirming tho nomi
nation therein of C. II. Hofgaard as
executor under a bond of $1,400.
1110 nrtii Circuit Court will open
on Wednesday, March 7, nt Llhuo,
Kauai. Ono liquor caso is tho only
criminal business for tho natlvo Jury.
Thero aro flvo foreign Jury criminal
cases, tho most serious being assault
with deadly weapon charged against
a Jnpanese. Thero aro nlno civil cases
for mixed Jury, flvo for foreign Jury,
threo Jury waived and four divorce
CRITICIZING THE PRESIDENT.
"I)y dint of considerable free
and easy lying dono both at Wash
ington and in this city, tho plot
succeeded to tho extent that tho
operations of tho Hawaiian law
wero suspended, awaiting tho fur
ther action of Congress." Adver
tiser, Feb. 27,
This is tho comment which tho offi
cial organ of tho Hawaiian govern
ment makes today upon tho ruling of
Attorney General Griggs which led to
President McKlnley's executtvo order
calling upon tho local government to
observe tho directions of tho Now
lands Resolution relatlvo to Hawaii's
public lands. That tho Dolo govern
ment should at this day, after having
failed to upset the ruling of Secrotary
Griggs nnd discredit tho President,
still assert that tho Federal authorl
tlcswcromtslcdbylles.can havo but ono
meaning. Their anger at defeat causes
them now to make an assertion im
peaching tho capacity and the Integrity
of tho President and his Cablnot This
attitude of tho Dole government as ex
pressed by Us accepted and recognized
organ calls to mind tho expression
heard in tho British Ilouso of Com
mons, "It requires no great nrt to go
in and out among men and appear as a
saint and yet slip quietly into hell
Is not to rcfuso Im
ports but to mako such provision as Is
mado in other ports of tho world for
properly disinfecting such mntcrlals as
may bo considered a source of dnngor.
Tho Japanese freight proposition is
ono Important featuro of tlm tram
problem for which tho Henlth authori
ties aro bound to devlso a now schemo
of action. This chemo must bo laid
along tho lines of greater freedom of
QUESTION OF FREIGHT.
Death of Mrs. Kekoa.
Mrs. S. KeKoa, aged 40, died at her
homo In Knpalama this morning of
consumption. Tho funeral will take
placo from Kawnlahao at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. All friends nro Invited to
Deceased was a very well known Ha
waiian lady. Sho was a natlvo of Ka
uai and was brought up and educated
by tho lato Dr. Smith of Koloa. She
married Wm. Kekoa who had chareo
of Dr. Smith's hospital in Koloa. At
tho death of Dr. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Kekoa camo to Honolulu nnd took tin
their resldcnco In Kapalnmn.
Golden Rule Bazaar
316 FORT ST.
Good Air. Good View. Gooq 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 an 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, andjfthe 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 planCwe are prepared to
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and otheripuiposes,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and watermains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making wateiconnections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes nowjbuilding, or
the names of purchasers of lots, .will convince anyone that
rrtinv-. nuunio is ine cnoicesi ana most seiect;ortali;the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply at
the office of
The Largest Stock of Miscel
laneous Books in
the City I
.ALL BOOKS SOLD AT..
It was suggested by a member nt a
meeting of tho Uoard of Health, after
discovery of plageu on Maul, that nn
effort should bo mado to discover tho
disposition of Chlncso nnd Japanese
freight shipped from Honolulu before
nnd Immediately after December 12,
tho day on which plaguo mado Its np
penranco there. When tho Klnnu ar
rived hero December 13 and Sheriff An
drews took steps to keep tho plague
from Hawaii, it was learned thnt a
largo quantity of freight wns for Chl
ncso and Japaneso, threo cases of
which camo from tho store of wine Wn
Tal, whero plaguo had appeared. Un-
uer instructions from tho sheriff all of
tho freight so consigned wns returned
to Honolulu, but wns brought back and
landed hero on iho next trln of tho
steamer. This Information wns ob
tained from n Chlncso merchant in
Hllo who loft Honolulu tho day the
plaguo appeared thero. All of tho thirty-two
boxes consigned to him were
opened by him and tho goods sold nnd
delivered. Ho poohpoohs tho Idea thnt
any rrcight shipped to a Chinese firm
on Maui about December 12 would be
left unopened until February 1, giving
as his reasons t.nt nil cases aro open
ed, they not being original packages,
for tho purpose of ascertaining whether
tho goods received ngrco with tho In
voices. Tho Hllo Sanitary Committee
may begin a tour of investigation on
its own account and nosslblv find
goods in tho stores shipped two months
ago, dui 11 is improbable
Denth o! Solly Walters.
Solly Walters, newspaper Illustrator,
formerly of the Snn Francisco Chronl
clo nnd tho Wnsp, died of consumption
nt Wnlklkl yesterday afternoon. At
his own request, tho body wns cremat
ed. Deceased camo to Honolulu with
his wlfo in a sailing vessel nbout six
weeks ago, expecting to nrolonc his
Ilfo soniowhnt in tho Islands. De
ceased was a natlvo of Vienna, Austria,
aged 53. Ho was an ofllccr In 18CC and
served In tho wnr of 18CC. Ho left homo
ror America In 1878 nnd wns married In
New York in 1883.
PnMisliBr's Prices or Less !
Special mm m k
hdle . . .
P. D.-CORSETS in all colors!
NEMO-CORSETS In all colore.
G. D.-SUMMER WAISTS,
G. D.-BICYCLE WAISTS.
G. D.-HEALTH CORSETS.
O. D.-CHICAGO WAISTS.
G. D.-CHICAGO YOUNGi LADIES'
in Our Window,
816 FORT STREET.
Hftlit May lltli.
New York, Feb. 1C It has now been
decided that Jim Jeffries and Jim Cor
bctt will light In tho Seasido Sporting
Club nt Coney Island on May 11th.
Today O'ltourko matched Tom Shar
key against Kid McCoy. Tho articles
havo not yet been signed.
ARE AMONG THP TlMEi v
THINGS of the new year. Never In the
history of neckwear has there been so
many varieties made of the verycholce.t
silks. Pattern designs are characteristics
01 inese new maies. string lies. Puffs.
beans, r-our-In-Hands, English Sqiares
and many other of the latest patterns are
to be found In our stock. A fine article of
neckwear has become a necessity to him
who would be well dressed. No patt of
his dress Is more conspicuous, and when
the best can be bought for what Inferior
Ks W3I , INU UINt SHOULD PASS
BY THE: BARGAINS WP arp mou
HAWAIIAN DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION.
Teaaaple of -F'aslb.lozi.
The New Year Begets
FOR THE BOYS. Have you ever stop
ped to think what a different tiir ic In
the makes of bovs' clothlnp ? M-mu cite
j are bought because the price Is low. It Is
01 icn me price mat governs the purchaser,
and not the quality or the substantial
makes. This theory seems to be based on
the Idea that any kind of a suit is good
enough for a boy, as he will soon wear It
out. That Is not good economy, for If you
would pay a little more, and consider qual
ity and make, you would have a suit for
the boy that would always look well and
outwear two suits of the Inferior grades.
To buy the best is money In pocket: to
buy the poorest Is moiey wasted. We
make a specialty to keep the best at popu
lar prices. ' v ,
& MTg GO.
R. A. DEXTER, Manager
HHLERV BLOCK, - - FORT ST.
AssctsI2S,2 1 1,910.15.
INSURE YOUR LIFE
The : Germania
TTieilTlElTll-a rin-w-riYi "- . TVT - --
Tho Gold Bond Endowment Policy is Bbttbb 'than
TJ. S. GoYovninont Bonds.
Merchant Street Side
Assessment Notice Wala
lua Agricultural Com
Notice Ishereb- lven that an assess
ment of Co per cent nas been levied upon
the 10,000 shares, new Issue, of the Wal
lua Agricultural Co , Ltd., and that the
ame will be due and payable at the office
(f Castle & Cooke, Ltd., Jan. 15, 1900.
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Notice of Assessment
Notice Is hereby given that the eighth
jessment of ten (10) per cent on the
jr. v.1 stock ot the HONOLULU RAPID
ITRAN3ITANDLANDCO. will be due
j and payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 411
GET IT !
(Nine Different ,Views.)
AgrTna Honolulu, on the tstday
fnr fir. rvlm.l'c 1 . M..t. n,.J "r,H February. The shnr nnnn mMrh ..
-. ,. . Ht,ull ,,,,,1,, aa
for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh Underwear.
Mechanic' TTome- Jlmnr ITnr.t ..
Nuuanu Btrec, .odging oy at treek
or month. Terms: 2S nni nn .,..
per night fl and $1.25 per wee.
es&ment may remain unpaid after thirty
days from said date, will be declared de
linquent J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H. R. T. fc L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. i, igoo. 1419
Chlldren'sf Books? and
Toys at Reduced
Hawaiian News Co,
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