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THE EVFNIHQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., 8EPTEMBER 5, 1898.
jtillsheJ Every Day, mcept Sunday, at no King
sweet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
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. . City EJIIor
Pa month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands . .$
P-ryear " " "
Per year, rostpalJ.toAmerlca.CanaJa orMexIco 10 co
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries
! arrpayable Inwarlably In advance.
BusmusOnice !l.1tt. Editorial Rooms, 101'.
Potoffice tlox, 404.
MONDAY, SFJ'T. R, !
Low excursion ratea cast will
b ono of tlio local boons of
tnorj steninl)ip companies.
Query Do noino of tho leaden
iir tin1 invasion of American lav
nnd tho American dollar?
.Protection for American coffer
will 1)0 oon of tlio now feature
brought out by torriorial oxpon
Thpro will bs a high tido of tin
ou'rrtged publia sweep over tlu
military cntnpi at Waikiki iinlese
tho maraudors are kept in check
Caliito Garcia, tho inmirgotl
leader has resigned an account o
n disagreement with General Shaf
tor. It must bo tlmt Garcia wnp
not drawinu a very large Balary.
Amorican members of tho Com
misnion aro ntixious to get home.
80 am tho boys in tlio Ntw Yorl
regiment. Why not join drivo
and all hands and the cook vvii
Tho lV.tce commissioners wil1
bo allow d $'25,000 for salnrieH nn
SI) 00 1 fur expenses. Will Con
g r-Ht-kfd fr a detailed account
of how the expense, money w
epout ? Wt nithor nuoss not.
Taking the privntn views of t lie
Pfaco ComtniHsioii into considep
tion, it in reus 'liable to draw tin
inforonco that commissions ar
male up with a view to assuro tli
carrying out of settled policy.
It is ten to one that Florentiu
Souza's romarks on tho labor pro
pisitim will liavo moro woiulr
with tho Ctiunusion than toi
thousaml potitions for a continutt
tion of the chonp labor from tin
"Honolulu tho futuro San Fran
cisco" is way somo steamship moi
figure the situation whon Hawai
comes under American shippitiL
laws. It 1? hardly probabln how
over that foroigu ships 'will stop
at Honolulu simply ti ii'ilond thoii
merchandise and transfer to Ame
Thomas JolTer-ton wroto t
Monroe iu 18'.'I5: "I candidly con
fess Hint I haw over looked upoi
Cuba as tho ni'nt interesting nddi
tion which rnuld ovor bp made t
our list of nt-ttm " So calle
Amorican imperialism is not sue'
a chicken nfter oil.
Settlement, extravagance, de
pression aro tho tliree periods int'
which thn iudustrinl history of tin
Middle Wost is divMed by i
writer for Ilarpars Monthly.
Thoro are many lensons taught by
the Middle West tlmt may be use
ful to Hawaii of tlio people accep1
If officers of the troops nr w in
Honolulu cannot I oil their moii
in check, tho on'y thine f r flu
owners of vogetablo gardens to do
is to protect ihorasol'S and tlnr
proporly. When privaio pioperly
Cannot 10 resptcted ih-- ndv m
lity of shot gin protootinu musl
bo consi I tied.
MOIIK WOIIK MC4S TilKOIUICS.
Hawaii almost o'ways has some
thing new and intoretiug to offei
in the way of politics and policies.
Not bo very long ago Hawaii's now
lauds wore spoken of as the oppor
tunity for the small farmer, the
opening by which tlio country wos
(o escape from tho possible thral
dom of tho cheap labor Asiatic.
The theories of Amoricanizing Ha
waii through tho channols of an
nexation were coming thick ami
Now that annexation is accom
plished, the requests for excep
'ions to Amorican laws in favor of
Hawaii's cheop labor aro piling in
with enual ntominonco. Some of
ho coffoo planters, who were sup
posed to bo the advance guard of
further Amorican industrial dovol
opment como forward with tho re
quest for cheap labor. And no one
knows what further requests of this
character are still on tho way to the
Commission. Then again tho Com
mission is told that thoro is only
half an Anglo -Saxon to an aero on
Oahu, and thoy aro supposed to
work up Bomo special scheme
wheroby this condition can be
changed. Tho samo mouths that
whooped it up for annexation and
Amoriciuism now breathe warn
in'."" that intending new settler
bottor keep away from Hawaii and
go to Cuba.
All this simply demonstrates to
tho Commission that a good por
tion of tbo formor leaders in Ha
wtii have yot to bo educated in
Amorican ways and means; that
comparatively fow of them actual
ly realize that they aro now living
on Amorican soil and under Am
If history has proved anything,
it has that tho United States is not
a nation that makes special laws
to Hihonco tho intorests of out
particular section or a paiticnlai
class. Hawaii cannot ho conducted
as a spocial closo governmental
corporation holding special favors
uot allowed other territories. Noi
cau tin's territory be properly Am
ericani.od if i.s future laus are
mapped ou that basis.
If tho former Americanizing ou
tlmsiasts will stop thoir theorizing
aud settlo down to tho realization
which thoy will have to do
sooner or later that tho local
problems will be worked out by
Amorican not Hawaiian laws, the)
need not worry about how many
Anglo-Saxons thoro ara now lo
the acre of Hawaiian lands. The
public lands, will unquestionably
bo opened to tho small farmor un
der u- Amorican system. The
coffoo planter who wauls cliotm
labor will realize, as many hae
alroady, that tho largo and in
dustrious Portuguese- Amorican
familioa and families which will
como from tho States, will work
out tho labor problem with 'fur
g eater national and individual
bonofit than epecial laws for Asia
tics. This land will bo Americanized
by a ful and free swing of Amer
ican lawa as they now stand and
by that systo n only. Congress
need not ho oxpectod to cut up tho
present suar lands or mako long
leasos null and void for tho bone
tit of tha Anglo-Saxon, nor need
it bo expected that Congress will
map out special legislation that
il give tho long leaso holder and
ho Asiatic a marked advantage in
tli' luturo industrial history of
tlio territory. The active Anglo
Sixon miinls can better occupy
their tiiuoby Betting thoir heads nt
,ork ou tho thinking out of
jr-dilems by American rules, than
iy advocating hpeoial short cuts
tiimicablo to American interests.
I'oot Hun Over,
iMutsudn, a Janauese, was taken
0 tlio Queen's hoapital at aboir
:!H) o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Hii foot lias been run over by n
uin cir and tliOMiiall too severeo.
1 bo nfxt too will vory probably
liavo to conn' (.(f. Tho foot la iu i,
very ba I couuiiion.
XliW YOHKItllH IIAPPIIilU
InTrtllf-tllan Itlugi improvement In
Cl'imitliy of I'miil.
Tho results of tho work of the
board of inquiry held iu tho New
York regiment are said to bo very
satisfactory. Gotnpauy quarter
masters who had net been ablo to
diaw thoir full rations since their
arrival now ropnrt that on Satur
day thoy woro properly supplied.
A company from Utica had reftis
ed to drill until properly fed. The
captain and tirsf sergeant appear
ed at drill without thoir men. The
sympathies of tho regiment wero
so strongly with tho ctrikeis that
no action was taken by tho officials
bo far as known.
Madam Lo Van way and Mrs.
D. E. Chambers aro at tho Ar
lington Cottage whon they cor
dially invite ladies who desiro to
ho becomingly and artistic gown
od to call and Bee them.
Thing to know is that wo are
gas and oloctrical onginoers and
that wo aro hero for business. Wo
install complete gas and electric
plants with all tho fixtures, otc,
roady to run.
"Wo handle all kindB of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas nnd oleo
Wo aro also solo agents for tho
Columbia Phonograph Co., and
Amorican Battory Co. "makers of
tho best storago battories in the
Wo have already installed tho
following Accytclcne gas plants
comploto with all fixtutes which
are giving ontiro satisfaction.
Government Light IFoiiitc in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramway Co , Mr
HI 7ii' residonce, Oahu Hail
way and Land Co., and tho new
residonco of Hon. C. W. Mat fur-
lane at tho Poninsula.
The light is ahsolute'y reliable
aud will not go out as long as any
gas remains in the generator.
Tho coat based on candlo power
is from to .', as thruji us tlcctrie
UghlH at tho present raltn
Several of tho plauts alroady
installed nro equipped with elec
tric gas-lighting burners which
mako tho uso of gas as convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A jilant plated in your
hnuse makes you, independent of
Our generator has recoived tho
unqualified approval of tho Hono
lulu Board of Underwriters which
does awny with any increased rate
of insurance. Call in and examine
ijoods nnd get our prices. We
want only n fair prom.
Itemombor that all our work,
big or little is absolutely guaran
teed and wo replace and repair all
material and labor which is do
fective within six mouths. Givo
us a trial order.
M 1M. Kohn, Manager.
mi A "ii;i- TrrTTTm-ro
AND BLUE !
AMERICAN SHIELDS !
Silk Flags !
Rccl,Wliito and Bluo Radges!
Flag Buttons and
Everything in tho way of
The Golden Rule Bazaar
316 Fort Street.
1 11 10 MI
We Have Just Received, and Opened Up
EOll YOUR INSPECTION, IN OUR DOMESTIC
DEPARTMENT, A LARGE VARIETY OF
Tnblo Linens and Nopkins, Linen unci Cotton Towels, Z3
Luco Curtains and Curtain Muslins, S
ITlaiuiolottcH and Shirting Flannels, French Tlannols,
N. fr. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. 3
fc TlieFeojDle'silProviclers. -
S: FORT STREET. 2
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tlio IiIkIi quality of tlio cnodHnnil tlio
low prices will plt'n&o you.
Ity tho wny, do you liavo Irnublo with
)d you break ninny?
Try our now OIL FIXISIU.D FLINT
CIIIMM:y.S. Thoy will cost you no
moro than tho common article.
Wo have Just opened n now lot of
TAHI.K CUTLEKY and SII.VKll
lM.ATi:i) WAUK. Call In and Inspect.
Wo liavo inado a now fechedulo of
prlcoH In thU lino as woll ns Iu many
others. BII.VKIl 1'I.ATKI) TEA
SPOONS, cood quality, wo are now
solllnir for 82.85 per dozen. Former
All othor nrtlcloH In proportion.
You can yd the
the lend at
vwtt and the best or
The People's Store.
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
DIt. J. II. HAYMOXI) kIvCh notlco
that ho has rosumod his practlcu, with
olllco on ltorflUxnla street, near Kmiim,
and has changed his olllco hours, us fol
lows: 0:oo to 11:00 a.m., 1:00 to 3:00
mid 7:00 to 8:00 p. in. 1000-lm
Building &qd Loan iociation
Tho regular monthly mooting of tho
A'l onoo r llulldlng and Loan Association
will bo hold at thoChaniborofCoiumorco
on MONDAY KVKNINU, Soptombor 5,
1808, at 7:30 o'clock.
l'uymonts aro required In gold.
Plain and Figured
and Cotton Pillow Casings
We want you to compare
our qualities and prices,
when you will see the ad
vantage of dealing with di
Gelling Ready for School.
That's what tho youngsters
aro doing now.
Wo havo boon gottlng
roady for two mouths
past, and now havo tho moKt
completo slock of Hoys'
ami Children's clothing
roady to put on thoir
backs, that can bo found
In town. Tho prlco, no.xt
to nothing. A call will
convinco you of this fact.
Hats and caps to suit
tho tn.stc of all.
AH of this to bo had In tho
largest retail clothing and funi
Ishlng goods store In town.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmers Llnen-Mesl
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 yt'UANU ST.
Repairs fine comphcaiea Watches, Clocks. Aluslc
tioxes anJ Jewelry.
All work RuaranleeJ. Thirty fiveyears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
rs ilone-repalrlng ami new worl
both. P iia, rings, bracelet, watch
.. ..And you w 111 nnd tho best place to
For the Daily
1 Ue &ammet sr
Is at the only
of tho UlgThroo
San Francisco Dally I'apors.
ONLY $1 A MONTH.
i no unilorHlgned propose Erecting
a modern store and olllco building on
the Kusterly corner of King ami Ala
kea streets, anil Invite the attention
of persons desiring stores or olllccs In
the proposed building o sketch pluns
now,;ou view at their olllcu wlioro
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLKX & ROUINSOK.
Honolulu, August 30, 1898. 1003-lm
i'" 7rl? iw"i 7 wwc .v"J, HUH
Aloha Noting QBlleiti I
norr.r, hr., niuh Nuihni',
John H. LanoJProprietor
CJ-Thls Is the only bliootlnc Galliry In h' e Itv
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