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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 12, 1898.
'jbllshed Every Day, except Sunday, at no Klne
street, Honolulu, II. I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.UPANY.
IV. R. IAHRINGTON Editor
0ANIEL LOGAN . . . . City Edtlor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Island $ .7$
Per ear " " ". 8 oo
Perear,postpald,toAmerlca. Canada or.MexIco io oo
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries 13 00
QPayaMe Invariably In advance.
BJsinessOlhce 'i.'ll. Editorial Rooms, 1(111.
Pnstoffue Dot, 404.
MOl'DAY, SKlT. 12, 1898
F. W. Kleuauu seems to bo tho
Admiral Dowty of Ilaw.iiinn wn
tors just lit present.
Iloiilnui stock hn.9 gone up just
ono huuilrod percent. Wo sup
pose in irn remarks ou gambling
in stocks will be iu order.
Tho spirit of A morion n juBtico
oills for a free and unadulterated
fr.niijliiso for Hawaii, with tho
further freedom of the people here
t) make such regulations as they
Eternal friendship between
Grout Brit tin untl tho United
fitntes is liablo to depend very
much on the degree of reciprocal
trade irtlutious which tho United
Stn'.ea will allow at tho beginning
of its uow era of colouiul develop
Scnntor Davis says that as an
Ainericiu citizen ho is iu favor
of retaining every inch of territory
gained by tho war, but ns peace
commissioner he does not know
what will bo done. This haves
tin noted Senator plenty ofleoway
to fall into lino with Presidout
McKinloy's conversalivo policy.
Portuguese prtitioners cannot
bo haid to bo indefinite in their
nppoal to tho United Stttes. Whoti
tho mat'or is figured to bedrock,
tho Portugucso are the ouly ones
wlio roproieut tho cnuio of the
American laborer. Their peti
tion is from a pooplo who hold
much tho same position as the
California and tho New England
farmer. Tuoy aro tho daily toil
ers. Theirs is the plea which tho
labor organizations of tho United
Sialo will take up, as represent
iug the tneu of tho country who
who know what is it to dig a liv
ingoutof llawniiau eaith and do
it in tho face of competing Asia
tics. As a Europeau race ready
and anxious to become citizens
nudor tho full Ainoricnn interpre
tation, they are an importnnt fao
tor in tno Americanizing of Ha
waii. Whatever may bo said of
the influence homo associations
may have on thoso coming direct
from Portugal, it can bo said with
out feur of contradiction that tLo
socoud generation aro as loyal and
intelligent Amoricau ciii.Mia as
can bo found within tho limits of
tho Uuion of States. The Portu
gueso aro to Hawaii what the
Swedes, Norwegians aud Germans
are and have been to tho States of
somi: msToiticAi. i'.:ts,
In December 1881, James G.
Iiluino writiug to Mr. Comly at
Houolulu, goucrnl instructious ns
to the courso thi latlor should
pursuo legarding the proposed in
troduction of Anglo - Indian
coolies to Hawaii, outlines tho
views of tho United Slatos ou lo
our general labor policy ns fol
lows: "In this nsppct of the question
it is readily seon with what con
cern this government must view
any tendency fotvnrds introducing
into Hawaii new social elements
deptructivo of its necessarily
American character. Tho 6teody
diminution of the untivo popula
tion of tho Is'aads, amounting to
some JO per cent belweon 1872
and 1878, aud still continuing, is
doubtless n causo of great alarm
to the government of tho King
dotn, and it is no woudor a sola
tion n hould bo sought with engor
uo8 in auy seemingly practicable
quarter. Tho problem, howover,
is not to be met by n substitution
of Mongolian supremacy for
nativo control as seoms at first
night possible through tho rapid
incroaso of Chincso immigration
to tho islands. Neither is a
wholesale introduction of tho
eoolio elomout, professedly Anglo
Indian, likely to afford any more
satisfactory outcomo to tho dilli
cully. "Tho Hawaiian Islands cannot
bn joined to tho Asiatic system.
If they drift from their indepen
dent station, it roust be toward
assimulation and identification
with tho American system, to
which they belong by tho opera
tion of natural laws aud must be
long by tho operation of political
Tho formal instruction contain
ing the foregoiug declaration of
American policy toward this
country was accompanied by a
" confidential " communication
from tho Stato Department to Mr.
Comly in which Mr. Blnine more
particularly dotails tho views of
tho Uuiled States government
than could bo done iu a formal
ollicial document and nt tho same
time charges Mr. Comly to "givo
thio subject duo attention." Quot
iug from this "confidential com
munication' tho following paesage
will bo read with interest nt this
"There is little doubt that were
tho Hawaiian Islands by annexa
tion or distinct protection, a part
of tho territory of tho Union, their
fertile resources for tho growth of
rice and sugar would not only be
controlled by Amoricau capital,
but so profitablo a field for labor
would attract intelligent workors
thither from the United States.
"A purely American form of
colonization in euch n caso would
meet all tho phases of tho pro
bleul. Within our borders can
bo found tho capital, tho iulolli-
geuee, the activity, aud tho uoces
sury labor trained in tho rice
swamps and cano fields of tho
S -u hern States, and it may bo
well to consider how, evon iu tho
chost n alternative of maintaining
Hawaiian indepoudouce, these
prosperous elements could bo in
duced to go from our shores to
tho islands, not liko tho coolies,
practically enslaved, notns human
machines, but as thinking intelli
gent, working factors in tho ad
vancement of tho material inter
ests of tho islands."
Tho foregoing extracts, it may
bo said, fairly outliuo tho views of
tho American government relative
to our labor aud sociul conditions
long before 1881, and there is no
reason to boliovo that thoy have
since boon changed.
By tho tonor of somo of the
memorials ono might bo lod to tho
conclusion that annexation camo
two years too soon.
Tho Hawaiiaus will be heard
last. Tho Good Book tells us
that tho last shall bo first.
Aloha Alltn Dttlftftltem Meet.
A meoling of tho Hui Aloha
Aina delegates from tho islands of
Hawaii, Maui, Molnkni, Oahu and
Kauai was held in Anon Hall this
morriiug. There wore iu ull 38
Tho mooting was oponod with
prayer, after which President
Knulia made an oponing address,
stating tho objects of tho conven
tion. A committeo on credentials, con
sisting of M. Knno, Thomas Clark
aud S. W. Knniahiiii, was thou ap
pointed. The committeo soon
completed its work, reporting
favorably on tho credentials of all
the dolegotos prosont.
This work having been finished
a recess until this aftornoou was
Waimea plantation started
grinding again early last week.
Nona mill Diititrlitnm oT Amerlcii.it llpvo
Tho auuivorsary of Perry's
victory on Lako Erie was clo
brated at Chief Justice Judd's
homo Saturday evening by tho
Hawaiian societies of tho Sous of
tho Amoricau Involution aud tho
Daughters of tho Amorican devo
lution. Tho paper of tho evening
giving tho historic details of this
notable Amoricau naval victory
was rend by Dr. N. 11. Emorsou.
Maps had boon prepared showing
the movements of tho ships. Dr.
Emorsou's paper was reploto with
accurato data, and brought out
many of tho interesting and
valuable historic iucidouts.
Chiof Justico Judd nt tho open
iug of the meeting mndo n fow ro
marks sotting forth tho particular
interest with which tho works of
Atnericau naval men iu early his
tory wore considered, now that
tho men of tho present day had
had u u opportunity to distinguish
themsolvcs. Alter tho proginm
was completed by siugiug "Ame
rica,", refreshments wore served.
1111 Ik 111
Thing to know is that wo are
gas and electrical onginoers and
that wo are hero for business. Wo
install comploto gas and electric
plants with all tho fixtures, etc.,
ready to run.
Wo handle all kinds of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas and olec
We are also solo ngents for tho
Columbia Phonograph Co., aud
Amorican Battory Co. "makers of
the best storage battories in tho
Wo have already installed tho
following Accylclene gas plants
comploto with nil fixtuies which
are giving entire satisfaction.
Government Light House in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramways Co., Jfr.
W. inits' residonco, Oahu Rail
way and Land Co., aud tho new
residonco of Hon. C. II'. Mae far
lane at tho Peninsula.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
and will not go out as loug as any
gas remains in tho generator.
Tho cost based ou candlo power
is from J to J as cheap as electric
liijhts at the present rates.
Soverul of tho plants already
installed are equipped with olec
trio gas lighting burners which
make tho uso of gas as convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A plant placed in your
hnusc makes you independent of
Uur generator lias received tno
uuiiualitied approval of tho Hono
lulu Hoard of Underwriters which
does away with any increased rate
of insurance. Call in andexnmtuo
goods and got our prices. Wo
want only a fair profit.
ltemombor 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 months. Givo
us a trinl order.
M. M. Kohx, Manager.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything olso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street,
We Have Just Received and Opened Up 3
: FOll YOUIl INSPECTION, IN OUK DOMESTIC 3
5T DEPARTMENT, A LARGE VARIETY OF
Table Linens and Ni.plcinn, Linen and Cotton Towels,
Lace Curtains and Curtain Muslins,
innnnoloMes and Shirting Plsumels,
M.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
g- The People's Providers. g
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tho goods niul tho
low prices will plcaso you.
Ilv tho way, ilo you have Iroublo with
Do you break ninny T
Try our now OIL PINISHKD 1T.1NT
CIIIMNKYS. Thoy will cost you no
moro than tho common article.
Wo have Just opened a now lot of
TA1II.1. CUTI.KUY and SII.VISH
PI.ATKI) WAlti:. Call in and Insect.
Wo havo mndo a now sehedulo of
pricoH In this lino as well as in many
others. SIIA'PU PI.AT1.D TKA
SPOONS, nood duality, wo nro now
Foiling for J2.85 por dozon
All othor artlclos In proportion
You curl gel the mutt and the btil for
the leant at
Tie People's Store,
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
Ily it practical farmer, who 'is a ilrst
class liusinoss man and accountant, posi
tion of responsibility. Sugar plantation
preferred. Itoforences ami bonds Ad
dross II., euro Hawaiian l'rult and Plant
Co., llox "07, Honolulu. lOWMw
GEAE, LANSING k CO.,
210 KlNd STItEET.
Stock and Ponds bought and sold under
tho rules and iu tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, cm bo accommodated
nt MPS. H. P. HAILBY'8.
Tonus, $10 por wook. 055-Um
Dry Goods (
Plain and Pigutcd
and Cotton Pillow Casings
We want you to compare
our qualities and prices,
when you will see the ad
vantage of dealing with di
In favor of our "ready nmdo"
Is our ready lit.
You expect tho tailor to fit you.
realized horo at half tho
Another strong argument
910 to $15.
It's tlmo for sobor thought
In tho mutter of tho youngster's
needs. Ills days of study moro
ngroeably welcome when his
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho othor kind are not to bo found
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmol'a Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. 8oud for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks. Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All woik cuaranteed. Tlilrtyfiveyears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, whoro tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rings, brucelete, watch
H. G. BIART, - 4044 Fort St.
.. ..And you will U ml tho best placo to....
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Is nt tho only
of tho Pig Thrco
San Kranclbco Paily Papors.
ONLY SI A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The undersigned propose Erecting
e. modern storo and olllco bulldlug on
tho liisterly corner of King and Alti
ken strects,:unil invito tho attention
of persons desiring stores or olllces in
tho proposed bulldlug (o sketch plans.
nowl.on view at their olllco where
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLKX & KOIJINSON.
Honolulu, August 80, 1808. 1003-ln,
Hom.Sr., NIIAll NUITANIT.
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