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EVrNING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.
f 4 THE
IV !L Jl ' ' -HT
ufcllshei tvcry Day, except SunJay, at sio KinR
street, Honolulu, II I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
K. R. FARUINGTON
OANIEL LOGAN .. .
. City EJItor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands.... $ .75
Per ear " " " 8 oo
Per year, postpalJ.to America, CanaJa orMexIco 10 oo
Per jear, postpalJ, other foreign countries .ij oo
rPayaHe Invariably In advance.
Business Oftice 5l. EJItorlal Rooms, Hill.
I'ot"Sce tlo, m,
lilllDA?, SEPT. 9, 1898
Who is to bo tbo Mark llnuun
of future Hnwniinu politics ?
A comedy Comimuy is on the
way to Honolulu. Tbo beer gnr
den is only a few months behind.
"When Honolulu hours tlmt Hilo
litis been placed on tbo U. S. map,
there will bo a roar. Hawaii Her
ald. Wbero from ?
Kev. Cruzan is to preach to hie
Hilo flock on "Temper." A more
kindly feeling towards Honolulu
may now bo expected.
Besides haviug troubles of his
own, Secretary Alger will now be
called upon to listen to the Hono
lulu tale of garrison woo.
It is worthy of noto that Judge
Early, in giving his opinions on
territorial judiciary, supports the
elected rather than the appointed
The Advertiser announces that
its political methods are "down on
all fours." Bight you aro. The
Advertiser has always como up
smiling when thoro is a political
moukoy act to bo performed.
Division of tbo Saraoau islands
botweou Germany, Great Britain
ami the United States soirns to be
the only way of settling the Soutl
Sea complication in Samom
waters. Thus the aboriginal
kingdoms go down in order to
keep tbo Powers satisfied and
Tho peace paragraphs spread
beforo tho world by tho Czar of
lvussia sound well, but when con
siderod as a part of tbo internation
al gamo.Jthey hiivo the apponranco
of a play for time. If Russia has
gained all tbo concessions possible
in China without war with Great
Britain, the Czar has good reason
to raise a peaco cry until he can
get bis urmy and navy into bettor
According to tho Hawaii Herald,
tho first work of the Now Gbambor
of Comraerco, not yot fully orgau
ized, will bo to draft a memorial to
the Commission. Since memorials
seem to be tho proper thing, tho
newspaper men bettor organize
and ask tho Commission for spe
cial legislation in favor of open
sessions of tho Commission, short
er hours of labor, contract laborers
for Asiatic editions, freo pissos
on all lines of transportation, free
cigars, free beer, and n pension
aftor death to pay up old debts.
Thoro would be valuable excep
tions to American laws.
whoso stock is on tho market are
wollknowu to tho buying public.
Tho otliuero and members of tbo
working force aro known. The
dotails of tbo business done by tho
corporations aro known to a great
er or less extent. Tbo brokors
ami largo holders havo not reach
od tho point whoro largo pur
chases or salo aro inado to muui
pulato tho market.
If tho stock markot today repro
souts a public gamble, thon the
promoters of Kalmku plantation
worb oamblors. because whou
they started in they did not allow
for tho burying of a cano Bold by
land slides !nst wiutor. Unfor
tunately thoro aro no absolutely
"sure things" in tho world of in
vestment. Tho values placed on stocks aro
figured on tho corning capacity of
tho corporations. The iniluonce
of tho Stock Exchango thus far
has beon to Bcalo down priceB
and put the market on n proper
footing. It assists the small buy
er in giving him a moro acenrato
view of financial as woll as indus
trial conditions. If any young or
old men have gone stock crazy
with the situation as it is today,
ho had bettor keep right on going.
He would got off tho hooks if he
bought a bag of peanuts at five
cents and fivo minutes later sold
it at six cents.
A CIIANOi: OK l-'HIM.
.1, I.nnilo l'lirclintrn I. i:. Trncy'e Nlock
J. Lando has purchased L. E.
Tracy's stock of goods and taken
possession of tho woll-known
gents' furnishing store on T?ort
streot. Mr. Lando comes from
Marshfield Oregon whoro ho has
beon in tho general dry goods busi
neas for fiftoen years. Lto camo to
Honolulu on tbo Doric and was
so favorably impressed with the
town that he concluded to remain
ulhI ongago in business.
Air. Tracy has beon a resident
of Honolulu for nino yours. Dur
ing that time ho had mado many
friends who regret his retirement
from business and his contomplat
ed departure from Honolulu. Ho
belongs to that class ot citizens
that tho town can ill afford to loso.
It is Mr. Tracy's intention tomako
California his future Lome.
1I1IE ifi 11
Thing to know is that wo are
gas and elootricul onginours and
Muy I.rnvi- by Htvaiuer Alnmeila on
Sonator Cullom, chairman of
tho Hawaiian Commission, was
asked this afternoon if the Com
missioners wore going to break
camp for tho steamer Alameda due
to sail for San Francisco on Wed
nesday. Ho said that if they could get
off in that steamer they would like
it. It was not certain, howover, if
they could get through their work
In answer to a question, Mr.
Cullom said tho Hawaiian iiieiu-
hers would not no to Washington
at this time. Thoy might go on
This morning members of tho
Cabinet had another hearing,
"with regard to their interests,"
beforo the Commission.
IS IT A U AMIII.K 1
Unfortunately simo of the good
people of Hawaii consider tho
man who buys stocks, and then
sells at a higher price, in tho same
moral catergory as tho pokor play
or who "stauds pat" nnd bluffs
out tho gamo on a bobtailed Hush.
While thoro is no knowing to what
horriblo lengths tho Honolulu
public may go in tho futuro, it
oinnot bo said that we aro now in
tho inidat of a gonoral stcck gam
ble Thero probably is not a
plnco in tho world whtro stock
buying and selling has less of tho
font m ea of camb'iug than in Ho-
"CUIrni" Sprit k ofSerloiit Dllllciilllre
In Time orHltknt,
EniTon Evkniko Bulletin:
With all tho onergy and push
and up-to-date method and ap
pliances in use in Honolulu thoro
is one thing neglected or lost
sight of. Strango as it may np
pear, it is a fact that aftor six
o'clock or thoro-a-bout it is im
possible to got a pieco of ico small
or largo at tho Ico Works and
thoy ore unable to inform ono
wbero ice can bo procured at such
As I had oxperionco in this mat
ter a fow nights ago,I know where
of 1 speak and becauso it did nof
provo a serious or fatal mattor
was no fault or credit to tho Ico
Company. I make this statement
as otbors might find their ice
abort just os thoy discover ono of
their family with too high fever,
to bo safo with ico on hand
through-out tbo Iour night and
with the bopps that tho loo Com
pany will mako some provisions
where by ono can accommodated
under such circumstance
Sept. 8, 1898.
CONSTITUTION IS KKJNCl).
Ontriil Amrrlcun I'eili'rMllon Nemt Only
President mill Coiifrreiitf.
Managua, Nicaragua, Aug. 27
Tho mombeis of the convention
which has beon ongagod hero in
formulating a Constitution for the
United States of Central America,
embracing Salvador, Honduras
aud Nicaragua, havo signed tho
Constitution. Senors Angell, Ug
arto, Salvador, Golligos, Manuel,
Coronel and Matez have beon op
pointed Commissioners and em
powered to act as afodoral govern
ment until tho election in Decem
ber noxt of a fodoral President
and Congressmen to bo installed
nolulu toJny. Tho corporations on March 1, 1899.
that wo aro hero for business. Wo
install comploto gas and oloctric
plants with all tho fixtures, etc.,
roady to run.
Wo handle all kinds of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas and elec
Wo aro also solo agents for tho
Columbia Phonograph Co., and
Amorican Battory Co. "makers of
the best storago bnttories in the
Wo havo already installed tho
following Accylclcnc gas plants
comploto with all fixtures which
are giving entire satisfaction.
Government Light House in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramways Co., Mr
IT. Hills' rcsidonco, Oahu Rail
way and Land Co., and tho now
rcsidonco of Hon. C. W. Mucfar-
lanc at tho Peninsula.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
and will not go out os long as any
gas remains in tho generator.
Tho cost based on candlo power
is from to ?, as cheap as electric
lights at the present rates.
Several of tho plants already
installed aro equipped with elec
tric gas-lighting humors which
mako tho use of gas as convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A plant placed in your
house makes you independent of
Uur generator lias rocoived tho
unqualified approval of tho Hono
lulu Board of Underwriters which
does away with any increased rate
of insurance. Call in and examine
goods nuu got our prices. Wo
want only a fair profit.
Romombor that nil our work.
big or little is absolutoly guaran
teed and wo replace and repair all
material and labor winch is de
fective within six months. Give
us a trial ordor.
We Have Just Received and Opened Up
IfOIi YOUlt INSPECTION, IN
DEPAimiENT, A LARGE
Table Linens and Napkins, Linen and Cotton Towels,
Lace Curtains and Curtain Muslins,
Flannelettes and Shirting Flannels, French Flannels,
1111111 and Figured Art Doming.
Also, Linen 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
Nn S, SACHS DRY GOODS OO. 2
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
M. M. KoilN, Manager.
School Tablets !
School Composition . Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
Tho high quality of tho goods ami tlio
low prieos will ploaso yon.
lly tho way, lo you havo troublo with
Do you hreuk nuinyT
Try our now OIL FINISH!'.!) KMXT
CIIIMXKYS. Tlioy will cost you no
moro than tho common article.
Wo havo Just openod ii now lot of
TAMilS CUTI.KKY mill SILVKU
PLATKI) WAHK. Call In mid Inspect.
Wo havo ninilo a now hchodnlo of
prices In thlH lino ns woll us In many
othors. 8ILVKU PLATKI) TKA
Sl'OONS, good quality, wo nro now
soiling for ?2.85 por dozon. l-'onnor
All othor artlclos In propoitlou.
You can get the most and the best for
the leant at
Tne People's Store.
lly n practical farmer, who in n first
class bnsinoss man and accountant, posi
tion of responsibility. Sugar plantation
proforrod. Ituforonccs and bonds. Ad
dross II., euro Hawaiian Krult nndl'laiit
Co., Ilox 707, Honolulu. 1009-lw
Goring Ready for Scliool.
That's what tho youngsters
aro doing now.
Wo havo boon gottlng
ready for two months
past, and now havo tho most
comploto stock of Hoys'
and Children's clothing
roady to put on tliolr
backs, that can lto found
In town. Tho prlco, noxt
to nothing. A call will
convlncoyou of this fact.
Hats nnd caps to suit
tho tasto of all.
All of this to bo had In tho
largost retail clothing and furn-
Islilng goods store In town.
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-Mcsl
Underweur. Send for Catalogue
We Hake Shirts to Order.
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street,
210 Kino Stuvjet.
Stock and llouds bought and sold under
tho rulos mid In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stook Exchange
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makuwao, Maul, can bo accommodated
at MItS. H. 11. IIAILKY'S.
Terms, 810 nor wook. 055-Um
KeDalrl fine rnmnllrftt,1 Watrhaa r-rt-tr. M...t-
Boxes ani Jewelry. ' """" """"
All work Kuiranteed. Thirty-five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, wbero the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
J8 lon repairing and new work
both. PIub, rluge, bracelets, watch
H.G.BIART, -4041 Fort St.,
.. .And you will find tho host plaeo to....
For the Daily
HF1 E1te (Examinee
SSS" PWjj: -CST Sgx, -siwr Sti -Jw
Is ot tho only
of the WgThroo
Sun Francisco Daily l'apors.
ONLY SI A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tho undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store and olllco bulldlug on
tho Iiisterly comer of King and Ala
kea streotsund invite tho attention
of persons desiring stores or oillces In
the proposed building to sketch plans
nowllon view at their! olllco whoro
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Honolulu, August 30, 1808. 1003-lni
ilOTIJI.Sr., N12AII NuiIANf.
John h. Lang. Proprietor
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