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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, SEPTEMBEll 10, 1898.
Pibllho4 Lvery Day. nuiii Sunday, at 310 Klnt
street Honolulu II 1., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R MKMNOTUN ... . Editor
0ANIEL LCX.AN . City Editor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islinis $ ?
Per ear .. . 8
Peoear.postpilJ, to America Canaja or Mexico 10 oc
Per year, piMtpilJ other foreign tountrles . 11 00
E-I'iyable Invariably In aJvance.
B isinett Otrtce '-JAM. LJItorlal Rooms,
loMoffice llox 404.
SATURDAY, SKPT. 10, 188
Horo'H to tho winnor, to tin
losers, mul honest bout racing
which Honolulu onjoyn.
Now the Commission cunuot fnil
to recognize thnt Hawaii is unimi
moiis for 11 liberal territorial government.
Special legiBla'ion may result
in no hgislatinu for Hawaii until
tho sesbion of Congress beginning
Now we want to know what ex
epptioiM to American laws tho
Commission will accept in its ro
port to Congress.
If Gerruuny mul Great Britain
have mail analliviice,it is uo won
der that tin- C.tir of Bussia sonde
out a plo.i lo roduco the Europcnu
With Great Britain, German),
Japan and tho United States, in
dulging in an international lovi
fenst, thero is small danger of any
outride nation tliriug to break in
upon the mooting.
If the plunk rs can obtain opecial
labor legiblatiou fiom the Uiiitcd
States Congress, tliey nro wulconn
to it. The foutimi-nt against cut I
a move is so strong that local li
cuesiou cannot hnvo much iutlu-euce.
If buying and selling stockf
and real estate is gambling, how
about tho merchant who buy?
goods at wholesale and hopes to
fliokn fl.mr money on a risiug ro
!:;! market? BurtU8 ""'.:
wherever it is found.
Business men furnish a large
ami important vertbbra of n coun
try's political backbone The
memorials now made public an
the ones that will attract the prin
cipal attention fiom tho ruling
forcos of tlie United States.
The requests of tho Chamber ol
Commerce are largely autagonis
tic. TIlO requests for labor will
bring foith opposition from the
labor circles from New lvZk to
San Francisco; tho special ship
ping law requests will start up
the sliipnullders mid shipowner
VI ,i,rt United States, and the
powerful Manufacturers Asso,ft
tion will soe to it mat request foi
delay in tho extension of tarill
laws is not granted without a long
nnd thoroughly well organized
also have a word to say on this
Tho memorial fails to mention
that ono of tho sppoitio ronsons
why local steamship lines betwoeu
Honolulu and Coast ports are not
mjro uumorous is becauso ro
titn cargoos of Bugar or
fruit in proper quantity
.an not bo abtniued. Those steam
shin comtiRuies thatdesiro to Bond
local boats to this port nro Amer
ican companies, nnd their shipe
lly the American flag. Toll theeo
Amorican compauies that their
ships can havo tho sugar, and the
fruit. Assuro them of cargoo
aud wo doubt whether thero will
b much crippling of Hawaii's
connection with Coast ports.
In connection with tho deop sea
ships, havo our merchants ever
made tho effort to obtain tho
wholo shipment of sugar around
tho Horn in American bottoms,
andj exclusively in American
ships ? Havo thoy over tested the
oipacity of tho American deep
8fa merchant mnnno r lint
authority U thoro for tho infer
enco that sutlicieut number of Am
oncHU'ships cannot bo obtained ?
Theso are critical uoints loft out
of memorial, and of which ovory
citizen in tho United States inter
oUed in shipping will demand an
explanation. Furthermore the
shipping request of tho Chamber
of Commerce is directly nnd ab
solutely opposed to tho iron clad
"protected shipping" policy of tho
Republican Eparty and wo may
well say tho United States, sinco
two Democratic administrations
failed to chaugo it.
Tho delay in tariff extension ro
(iiii'st will stir up tho American
m iiiufacturer aud tho wholesale
merchants. They will look upon
it as a delay to cuablo tho mer
chants to loud ur with European
Hoods. Tho chances of its t 'i
granted may be figured by going
jvor recent tariff legislation in the
United States aud President Mc
Minhy's record on that nubjecf.
'o consider tho request ill timed,
b'OinseS it is useless to expect
recogsifion by Congress and it is
a direct slap at tho American
unnufneturtr who has been a par
ticulitrly powerful power in ad
.."U'jing AmericfUl control of Ha-
conts a milo or n dollar for tho
trip ouo way. Tho mail coach
tak;s up parcels atLovojoy & Co.'b
store in INuunnu street.
Ticketa Sdllnir ltaiililly.
Tickets nro selling rapidly for
tho Bed Cross Society ball in
Progress hall on Monday night.
Princess Kitiulaui has takon a
hundred aud tho other ladies of
tho club aro doiug a lot of work.
It has been a long timo biuco an
affair of tho kind has been given
in Honolulu and the young peo
ple aro all excitemont.
A most excellout timo will cer
tainly bo had.
V. 91, C. A. Mtf.
At a meeting of tho directors of
the Y. M. 0. A. last evening 0. II.
Athorton was elected treasurer
vico E. A: Jones, deceased.
11. E. Colomau and 0. B. Bip
loy woro appointed a committeo to
fit up a camora room.
Thirteon now rnombors were
Dry Goods 1
About tho only oxcuso wo can
bco for the shipping and tat iff re
quests of tho Chamber of Com
merco is tho right which overy
froo citizen c'liims: "If yon don'i
sou what you want, ask for it."
Rogarding tho shipping under tin
Americau Aug, tho arguraeut it
weak. It is siid that doop sea
ships uudor the American ilnj.
aro extremely limited in number,
and practically that there aro not
enough ships under tho American
flag to do all of Hawaii's carrying
trade to Amorican ports. This is
a bald Btatoraont with no dotails to
back it uj It will bo pounced
upon by Amorican shipbuilders
liko "a thousand of brick.' The
transcontinental railroads will
CilNimr 1 liltucy Here.
Caspar Whitney and wife Jar
rived in tho Bolgic from SauFran
oisco last night. Mr. "Whitney,
.mtil lately, conducted tho dopart
iient of amnteur athletics for
Harper's Weekly. He and his
wifo are horo for about two months.
Mr. Whitney is hero look over the
country's now island possessions
aud expects to make nn extended
investigation of tho islands from
i social, commercial, political
economy or any and overy pour
if view and after that, may pa
visit to tho Orient.
Whitney was in Sn;u prftnc;BC0
lust one year ago (li8 raontb Hc
was then on fQUto t(j gSim tho
Malay l'.nll)bujft am India on a
miUlPg expedition. He enjoyed
liU'o sport hunting tho big game
of tlioso countries, ho says, and
after that he paid a visit to Franco
and Germany to mako a study of
amateur athletics as thoy aro prac
ticed in Europo. Tho breakii g
nut of hostilities botweon tho
United States aud Spain several
months past ho lias been ono of
ho staff of war cot respondents for
llnrpwr's Weekly at Tampa and
in Ciiiuu. Ho has come here
almost direct from Sautiago.
Thing to know is that wo nre
gas and oloctrical engineers and
that wo aro hero for business. Wo
install complete gas and olectric
plants with all tho fixtures, etc.,
ready to run.
Wo haudlo all kinds of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas and dec
Wo aro also solo agents for tho
Columbia Phonograph Co., and
Amorican Battery Co. "makers of
tho best storngo battories in tho
AVo have already installed tho
following Aceytclene gas plants
coraploto with all fixtuios which
are civinc entire satisfaction.
Government Light 1 Inline in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramway Co., Mr
H'. Hill restdouco, Oahu Hail
way ana hand Co., and tuo new
residonco of J Ion. C. If. Mucfar-
lanc at tho Peninsula.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
aud will not go out as long as any
gas remains in tho genorator.
Tho cost based on caudlo power
is from J to J aB cheap as electric
lights at the present rates.
Soveral of tho plants already
installed aro equipped with elec
tric gas-lighting burners which
mako tii'e uso of gas as convenient
as electric il'ihts at about one-half
!.--. J " '-..I ..I J --. ...
ihc cost, jl plu."- jK'iicd i7i your
house makes you- independent of
Opt generator has received tho
un(iuaii!pd approval of tho Hono
lulu Hoard 0 'mlerwntcrs which
doeB away with any Increased rate
of insurance. Call in and cxamino
goods and got our prices, vvo
want only a fair profit.
Remorabor that nil our work(
big or littlo is a' jsolutolv fmaran-
teed and wo roplBCo and repair all
luiuenai p,,, inDor WlllCU IB (to
fectivo Within six inontbB. Give
US a rrfnl nrflor
P rt- ...i 1
I JLeJave Just Received and Opened Up 3
' FOIt YOUlt INSPECTION, IN OUK DOaiBSTIC 3
fc gDElUlTMENT, A LARGE YAiaETY OF 3
STl 'Pablo Linuns and Napkins, Linen and Cotton Towels, Z5
Lace Onrtains and Curtain Muslins, Z2
gT Elannolottes and Shirting Flannels, French Flannels,
Plain and Figured Art Dcniins.
S Also, Linon 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
v H-a , m m u 7 ir -&-!-& ? j.jpk. s
m MMVAAhT JSr.1tM M. VTUUJLJ 8LMM -S
w xmr n jg
TH People's Froviciors.
PORT STREET. 3
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
liter tll I'llll.
Many peoplo aro not awaro that
thero aro two rival stngo linos over
tho Pali. Thoir ownors havo not
Yanken enough in them to adver
tise Thoy do not deserve this
notice, but tourists havo boen
heard, latoly, asking about the
cost of ti drivo to tho Pali. As this
is something no visitor to tho city
should miss not tho drivo but tho
peerless scontc beauty of tho Pali
all rulos of business aro broken
to say that ono stago coach leaves
town at 9 and another at 10 ovory
morning pxcopt Sundav. Ono of
them has tho contract for carrying
tho mail to Kaneoho. Tho faro is
modorato on either line, about 10
M. M. KoilN, Manager.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything elso
needed in school stationery,
Tho IiIkIi quality of tho gooils nnil tho
low prices will ploiixo yon.
Hy the v.'ny, do you lmvo troublo with
Do you break ninny?
Try our now Oil, FIXISIHH) FUST
CHIMNKYH. Thoy will cost you no
moro than tho common arthlo.
Wo havo Just opened a now lot of
TA11I.U CUTLKKY and SILVKU
I'hATlIU WAHK. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo mndo a now wiliodulo of
prices In thin lino hh oll hk In many
othors. SII,Vi:U l'LATKI) TIU
SI'OONS, good quality, wo are now
holllii? for 2.85 por do.on. Former
All otlier urtlclos in proportion,
PIUOES ALAVAYS 1UGHT
You can ijtlthe ,ioil ami the betl fur
the Itatl at
The People's Store,
Hie Strongest Argun
In favor of our "ready mado"
In our ready lit.
You o.peit tho tailor lo fit you.
roalied horo nt lialf tlio
Another strong nri;uuiont
$10 to $16.
It's tlino for sober thought
In tho matter of tho youngster's
needs. Ills days of study moro
agreeably wolcouio wiion his
clothes aro to his liking.
The otllorktlul are not to bo found
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-Mesli
Underwear. Bend for Cutaloguo.
We Make Shirts to Order.
lly n practical farmer, who is a llrht
cliuts liuslnoRs man and iiceountnnt, posi
tion of responsibility. Sugar plantation
liroforrod. floforoncos and bonds. Ad
dress II., euro Hawaiian Fruit niidrUnt
Co., Ilox 7117, Honolulu. HXW-lw
210 Kino Stueet.
Stock and Bonds bolight nnd sold under
tho rulos and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exohange
316 Fort Street,
1 Tersons wishing to obtain board at
Mukawao, Maul, can bo accommodated
at MKS. II. II. MAHAY'S.
I Tonus, ?10 por wook. 055-Om
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks. Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed, Thlrly-liveyears experience,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By laat steamer from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
la done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
JH.G. BIART, -404 Fort St.
H KK vV
.. ..And you will find tho oU place to....
For the Daily
h2f g&; "CSC- X, wn: Sp-', -jiw
Is at tho only
of the Ulg Throo
San l'ranclsco Dally Vapors.
ONLY SI A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,
Tho undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store and olllco building on
the liisterly corner of King mul Ala
kea strcets,;mid invito tho attention
of persons desiring Mores or olllces In
tho proposed building to sketch plana
iiowljm view at their olllco where
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLKN & KOHINSON.
Honolulu, August 30, 1808. 1003-lm
Horo. St., nijaii Nuuanu.
John H. Lano, Proprietor