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THE BVrMNQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., 8EPTEMBER
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V. R. FARUINOTON Editor
flANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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.TUESDAY , SEPT. fl, 1898
Tho vnmW of the ngf is how n
man couhl bo run ovrr by tho
We nro nfrnitl tho peoplo nukinc
for special labor legislation art
piny inn with political fire.
Bioyclo aecirtouts nro unfortu
nately coming up for recognition in
Honolulu's now motropolitnu life.
Tho Commission will not want
for inemoritils, by tho time- tin
American ruetnbors tako their departure.
Query When will the sugnr
trust tirst show its hand in now
Hiwuiian politics, and will its
previous enemies bow tuo bum
soldiers." And what oan th
Y'tukeo any in reply. Ho is up-n-stump
and has only to npponl to
the spirit of honor among tho ma
jority of tho soldiers, and look to
tho responsible officers for redress
of tho wrongs done. A display of
high honor is sometimes harder
during tho peaceful poriods of
civil life thnu when tho excite
mout of military etrifo bouys a
man up. All tho moro renBon is
thero then for tho men wearing tho
proud Araoricnn blue to muster
their higher instincts of honor.
Bemomber tbat the American
has mndo n good reputation as n
tighter. Remember iiIbo that tho
American Las a higher roputation
to uphold, that of being at all
times a gentleman.
ANOTIIini IIIOYCLi: ACCtniSNT.
Socrotary Day's attitudo townrd
tho cable proposition indicates
there is no family cntnpact in
Washington. American politi
cians will not bo quick to follow
President Hnrrison's mistakes.
Hawaiian members of the Com
mission may largely gngo their
importance in the future of Ha
waii's government by a request or
tho failnro of h request ft r
their nppenrnnro in Washington.
Co. H. of Bitigliniuptou, now in
garrison with the New York regi
ment, has in lta armory at hoitit
upwards of 810,000 worth ol
trophies won by superior mark
imiuship. Hero's nn opening fm
tho local crack shoits to try limit
Advocated of liberal government
in Hawaii imii-t bo on tho witch
for underground snags. Look ont
for tho inilunnco nt woik to keep
political aud industrial conditions
hero ns they nte.uutil the next loirg
session of Congress which opens in
If tho New York boys in blue
wpro asked to docido tho next gov
ernor of Now York, their eyrapn
thies would bo pretty evenly di
vided between Roosevelt who
fought nt Santiago, anil Govoruor
Black who has informed Secretary
Alger that if the Wr department
can't take proper care of the vo
lunteers, tho State of New York
iio.voit an ui:i.i
Tho public is patiently wailing
to seo what tho officials, both mili
tary and local, are goiugtodo about
tho unlawful acts of snmo of tho
soldiers now parrisonod in Ho no
lulu. Tho peoplo aro very much
in earnest. They will not consent
to be turned aside by a "lick nnd
a promise. Tho action of tho
men is not only a reflection on tin
regiments of which they may be
members. It is a reflection upon
tho wholo Amorican community
of Hawaii, which has for some
years past sought Amorican con
trol of the country. One of the
results of their labors they find to
be uuoxcusablo nets of cusscdncs'
by men wearing the uniform nnd
especially ongngd in protecting
tho honor of tho United States.
Peoplo of oth-r natiinalitios
may point the fingor of sooro
saying, '"This is tho return given
for tho lib'inl hospitality with
which wo havo greeted Ameri-nn
Not u few of our good citizens
nud moro gossips nro worrying
their bouIs over the possibilities of
n carpet - bagger personnel in the
futuro official lifo of this torritoiy.
They point to tho reconstruction
period of tho Southern States and
picture all kinds of political hor
rors. Our fearful friends ruako tho
orror of forgetting to look np tho
politicnl conditions that havo exist
ed in euch torritorleB as Washing
ton, Oregon, in fact all through tho
Western States. Almost without
exception, tho men appointed from
Washington to govern these terri
tories have been carpet - bnggors.
Almost without exception theso
men havo proved thomselvos high
ly competent officials as regards
their relations with the national
government. Almost without ex
ception they have Bought to ally
their interests with those of the ter
ritory to which they nro appointed;
they have romnined in the territory
and by tho personal onorgy and in
tegrity placed themselves in tho
ranks of prominent nud honored
Tho exceptions in officials of ter
ritories havo only been sufficient to
prove tho rule. Wnrd heolers and
political scapegraces havo turned
up in tho territories, but displny of
political nud personal chicanory
tins resulted in their being turned
down nnd kicked out.
Although tho new officials may
in n souse- be carpet-baggers, it is
safe to predict that tho popular
voice will have as much or more
influonco in official lifo than it has
had in the future.
Mnn Until Into n Tree nml Injure Ills
Mr. and Mrs. Kobort Grieve,
while driving into town from (ho
Waikiki beach botween C and 7
Sunday ovoning, wore eyewit
nesses to n painful accident hap
pening to n mnn on n bicycle. It
was at tho junction of tho Old
Waikiki road nnd tho Beach rood.
Tho bicyclo swerved off tho road
way bringing the rider into vio
lent contact with n small keawe
treo. Ho sustained n sovoro con
tusion in tho kneecap. A telo
phouo message, from John Enn's
house broucbt a carrince. in which
tho injured man was brought into
town. Ho was suffering iutonso
pain. It is a coincidenco that this I
accident occurred nt tho samo time
as tho ono reported yesterday, of '
Mrs. Kamakaokalani's being run .
over by a policeman on a wheel in
Lilihn street. ,
A Seattle paper nsserts that
President Hill of the Groat North
orn has promised to "divert the
business" of his rnilrond to tho
Hawaii-Seatllo steamship line,
and if that is not suffioionct, to
use his influonco to bring in the
business of tho Northern Pacific.
Tin's has set the people of Tncomn
to casting about to find what Pre
sident Hill's Ephoro of influence
is. Tacoma believes itself ablo to
hnndlo business with Hawaii that
o imes over the Northern Pacific.
WANT AMKIIICAN CUSTOMS.
Il'inukonc Ilusln" M'n Protest Acitlnat
Hongkong, August 2G. Tho
continuation of tho Spanish cus
toms dutios at Manila is causing n
great protest among Amorican and
British morchants hero. Tho
commercial classes dechiro in dis
tant tnat only tho recognition of
tho Friars is lacking to mnko tho
American occupation of Manila a
oiinplffo farce. Tho feeling is
bitter in mercantile circles.
The family of Sonor Cortez, ono
of the wealthiest Filipinos, will
return to Manila tomorrow, and
Sonor Cortez will strivo to recover
his proporty there, which was con
iiscated by tho Spanish owing to
tho nid ho is alleged to have given
Aguinaldo. Souor Cortoz assured
President McKinloy of his nllo
gianco to America, tnrough Con-sul-Goneral
Wildman, on May
(ith, nnd ho now trusts, with the
aid of the Americans, to recovor
nil his property. Ho says that
the family mansion'is occupied by
Spanish commnudors nud denies
that ho g.ivo aid, ns alleged, to
1 lie 111
Thing to know is that wo ore
gas and electrical engineers and
that wo aro hero for business. Wo
install comploto gas and oloctric
plants with all tho fixtures, etc.,
ready to run.
Wo handle all kinds of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas and olec
AVo nro also solo agents for tho
Columbia Phonograph Co., and
Amorican Battery Co. "makers of
the best storage bnttories in tho
Wo have already installed tho
following Aceylelcnc gns plants
complcto with all fixtuics which
are giving entire satisfaction.
Government Light House in har
bor, llaxcaiinn Tramways Co., Mr
H' Hilts' residence, Oahu Hail
way and Land Co., nnd tho new
residonco of Hon. C. W. Macfar
lunc at tho PeninBuln.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
aud will not go out as loujj as any
gns remains in tho generator.
Tho cost based on candlo power
is from to as cheap as electric
1'vjhts at the present rates
Several of tho plants already
installed nro equipped with oloc
tric gas-lighting humors which
mako tho use of gns as convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A plant placed in your
house makes you independent of
Our generator has recoived the
unqualified opprovul of tho Hono
lulu Hoard of Underwriters which
does away with any increased rate
of insurance. Call in andexamiuo
goods nnd got our prices. Wo
want only a fnir profit.
Romomber that nil our work,
big or littlo is absolutely guaran
teed and wo roplaco nud repair nil
material and labor which is de
fective within six months. Give
ub a trial order.
las and EIbcMc Go.
M M. Koiin, Manoger.
We Have Just Received and Opened Up
011 YOUlt INSPECTION, IN OUR DOMESTIC
DEPARTMENT, A LARGE VARIETY OP
Tufolo Linens and Nnpkins, Linen and Cotton Towels,
Lace Curtains and Curtain Muslins,
Flannelettes and Shirting Plaunols, French Flannels,
Plain and Figured Art Denims.
Also, Lin6n and Cotton Pillow Casings and Sheetings
We want you to compare
our qualities and prices,
when you will see the ad
vantage of dealing with di
; The People's Providers. Zjg
E PORT STREET.
EXTRA RED, WHITE
AND BLUE !
AMERICAN SHIELDS !
Silk Flags !
Red,Whito and Blue Badges!
Flag Buttons and
Everything in tho way of
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tlio goods and the
low prices will pleaso you.
Ily tlio way, tlo you liavo trouble with
Do you break many?
Try our now Oil. KINISHKI) KUNT
CIIIMNKYS. Thoy will cost you no
moro than tho common article.
Wo have JttHt opened a now lot of
TAHI.K CUTLKKY nntl SILVKIl
IMjATKI) WAKK. Call In anil Inspect.
Wo havo mailo n now Hohodulo of
prices lu thin lino as woll an in many
othors. 81L.YKK PLATKI) THA
SPOONS, good quality, wo aro now
Milling for $2.85 por dozen. Formor
All othor articles In proportion.
Vott crti get the most ami the best fur
the least ut
The People's Store,
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
Getting Rcatlj For School.
That's wltnt tho youngsters
aro doing now.
Wo havo boon getting
ready for two months
past, and now have tho most
comploto stock of Hoys'
and Children's clothing
reaily to nut on their
backs, that can bo found
In town. Tho prlco, noxt
to nothing. A call will
convlnco you of this fact.
Hats and caps to suit
tho Uihtc of all.
All of this to bo had In tho
largost rotall clothing and furn
ishing goods store In town.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Deimol's Linen-Meal
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
Ve Make Shirts to Order.
Hit. J. II. ItAYMOXI) gives notlco
that he has resinuod his practice, with
olllco on Ilorotaula street, near Kiiinia,
nnd has changed his olllco hours, as fol
lows: 0:00 to 11:00 a.m., 1:00 to 3:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. lOIKMm
The Golden Rule Bazaar
316 Fort Street,
I .nd I oh aro cordially Invited to call at
tho Aillngton Cottage, Hotel stroot and
Inspect (leslirns for artistic irowului;.
Stylish and porfoct fitting studies, in
tho holght of fashion; and specially
adapted to tho individual wcuror.
I Uidios unable to visit this city aro fur
nished with sketches and samples, and
guaranteed a imrfect lit without
1 MADAMK T.K VANWAY, of S. 1
! MRS. 1). 1 CIIAM1IKKS, of N. V.
Repairs fine compllcate4 Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes anj Jewelry.
All work BuaranteeJ. Thltty-fiveyears experience,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, wnero tlio
BEST CUSTOM WORK '
la done ropalrlng and new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
making, etc. '
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
.. ..And you will find tho best placo to.....
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Is at tho only
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San Francisco Daily Papers.
ONLY $1 A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tlio undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store antl olllco building on
tho 1'iisiorly comor of King nml Ala
kea streets, anil Invite tho attention
of persons desiring stores or olllces in
tho proposed building to sketch plans
iiowljon view at their olllco whoro
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Honolulu, August 30, 1898. 1003-1 m
IIOTin. St., skaii Nuuanij.
John H. Lang, Proprietor
3-Thls Is the only hhootlnc Oallery In the cltv
Drop In ana try your marksmanship. C y'