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Business Ofhce '.I SI I. Editorial Hooms, 1(10,
Pntufflce Kox, 404.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1898
Dr. McCSrow in tho first lunu to
Ainko public the desires of Prosi
dent Dole nml bin Cabinet re
gnriliuy tho frmieliisn.
Tho Ilnwniinus who neck n res
torntiou of tho luounrchy art
plnyiug directly iuto tho bauds of
thoso who hopo to secure u res
tricted frnuchiso in the tcnitory.
Thero rioi'tus to bo no question
of the Portuguese) taking n linutl
in future polities. They nro right
in figuring that from now until
Conresi 1ms registered its deci
sion is ouo of tho most critical
periods of thu torritory.
Porhnpa we have yot to see the
true inwardness of tho nn
tives request for tho res
toration of the nionnrchy. If
tho men behind tho movement
understand auythiug of politics in
WnBbiugton, they are proving
themselves tho Ilnwiuiiuis worst
So tho Chronicle thinks Mr.
SowiilPd gubernatorial boom is in
need of pontoons and wiud bngi
)Vfll wo suppose these emi be
supplied if absolutely neeessnry.
They lmvo not been required or
used thus far in tho gaino. The
Chronielo might bn ablo to con
tribute a fow.
AVo lmvo only expressions of
sympathy for tho Ilawniians peti
tioning Congress, through the
American Commission, for a con
tinuation of the monarchy. 11
there is hope that the United
Stato will voluntarily haul i'
flag down in tho Hawaiian Itl
mids, it is tho hopo which lonii
doforrod will mako the heart sick.
On tho has s of the Advertiser's
unknown factor, tho merchants of
Hawaii had better cease buying
goods for tho future. Sugar is
tho lif'i blood of local industrial
life. If tho existing industries
aro to bo "hampered if not extin
guished," Clans Sprockols grass
will grow iu Honolulu streets.
People will bo leaving Honolulu
in droves and the merchants will
bo 1- ft with no buyers for thoir
goods. If tho outlook is so bear
ish as our contemporary seems to
soo it, why don't tho large holders
in sugar securities sell out ? Tho
fuluro iu gold mines and sugar
plantations cannot bo compared
for tho reasons which tho Adver
tiser itself gives : "Even if this
now process does revolutionize tho
industry thoro is no reason why
our own plantors should not sharo
in tho revolution." Life gouor
nlly is a pretty largo gamble.
I.OCAI. IIUSINHSS COHIIIAI.1TV.
One thing tho now comor to
Hawaii may dopend upon: ho
must bo prepared to meet as sharp
competition as ho will run against
iu any up-to data business com
munity on tho Qlobo. Largo and
email businoss establishments
havo been built up in Hawaii.
Unless tho country develops with
remarkable rapidity, tho estab
lishment of now mercantile firms
means tho distribution of profits
among a lnrgpr niunbor, uud a
coiiBtquont diminution of tho pro
tils of thoso firms already in the
Uueinoes men coming iuto tho
field remark upon tho falling olT
of tho cordiality with which they
were received sumo yoors ug.
This is duo largely to tho loss of
th- idealisms of life which existed
iu tho country beforo it was thor
ouuhly "discovered" by tho busi
noss men of tho Status. Tho local
man finds himself faciug tLo some
business conditions existing in the
States, consequently ho extend?
tho samo glad hand to possiblo or
prolmblo competitors, that iB giv
en the now competitor in Americ
an mercantile life.
It is now a fight to win and tho
cordiality of tho situation changes
accordingly. As competition in
creases tho tendency to set other
people up iu business decreases.
We believe boiuo of tho fratern
al societies havo beou a
littlo to radical in thoir warnings.
It would bo bettor to toll thoir
brethren not to como to Hawaii
unless prepared to spend a littlo
money in looking over tho situ
ation. Thoso who como with only
enough mouoy to land, phould by
all menus bo warned awny, because
walking from Honolulu to Coast
ports is very poor. Wo seo no
reason howover, why tho man
who stands ready to gnmblo ex
pouses for n short titno should be
k-pt away from Hawaii. Somo
will return disgustod, others will
romnin and tnko their chances iu
tho business strugglo as they must
do in nny country. Their chnncos
Tor hotter or worse, they can figure
on for themselves.
Thoso anticipating competition
with tho lurco corporations, tho
steamships lines and mercantile
houses, ought to know, that iu
order to succeed, they must have
about as much capital at thoir
disposal as tho corporations now
iu tho hold. Tho days whon new
competition "pays from tho start"
aro fow and far betwoen. The
now mercantile houses in order to
got tho trade must eell hotter
goods tit lower prices; tho stoam
ships lines must give as good or
bflterserviceaudbe in n position to
fni9 possiblo losses. "The poonle"
nay "como ou" nud "go nhend."
Tho bubiuesi houses say "como on
if you want to, but wo aro not dis
poeeil to mako you a present of
our trado "
It is n business proposition from
start to finish, and thoso mourn
ing tho loss of tho old cordiality
havo no right, as business men,
to figure tho situatiou on nny
other basis. Tho prospector will
will find that Hawaii will wine
him and diua him, but it deos uot
tnko tho contract to set him up
iu tho busidess. This lust
he must figuro out on a
bedrock, cold, unsympathetic
basis just as ho has had to do at
When business iB good, old rails
for business traffic aro not torn
up unless thero nro better ones at
hand to replaco thorn.
tin: iu.omhki: .u(jui:t.
An Olllclitl Storril A Diximtroua Muni.
Mrs. Dunloavy hus tho thnnks
of tho IiuLLKTiN for an oxtrn edi
tion of tho Klondike Nuggot of
July 20. It is devoted to an ex
posure, of alleged duplicity on the
part of Gold Commissioner Fu
wectt. That official seems to bo
coimcted of using Major Walsh's
uamo to screen himself from tho
blamo of gross irregularities iu
ullotting mining privileges.
An nccouut is given ot a stam
pede to tho Polly river, three or
four hundred miles from Dawson,
which rehulted only in a wasted
Benson to tho hundreds of stnm-
ptidors. It was all on account of
tho story told by a Eronchmau
who had como iuto town with
Dawson has a tolophono lino to
tho hotel at tho junction of Bo
nanza and Eldorado creeks.
W. H. Churchill, ngont for the
Columbia Navigation Co., was
offering n froo passago to Soattlo,
including borth and menls, to tho
porton firot sighting from Dawsou
tho first steamer of the company
EVTJSNJKG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER
It lie MAINE
Thing to know is that wo are
gns and oloctrical engineers nud
that wo aro hero for business. "We
install complete gns and electric
plants with nil tho fixtures, etc.,
ready to run.
Wo hnudlo all kinds of ELEC
TIUOATj GOODS, gas and olec
Wo aro also solo ngents for the
Columbia Phonograph Co., mid
American Battery Co. "makers of
the best etorago battories iu the
Wo have olready installed the
following Accytclene gns plants
completo with nil fixtuics which
are giving ontiro satisfaction.
Government Light House in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramways Co., Mr
If. Hilts' residence, Oahu Rail
way and Land Co., and tho new
residenco of J Fan. C. W. llFacfar
lanc nt tho Pcninsuln.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
ami will not go out its lou'g as nny
gas remains iu tho genorator.
Tho cost based ou caudlo power
is from to as cheap as electric
lights at the present rates.
Soveral of tho plants alrondy
installed aro equipped with olcc
trio gas lighting burners which
mnko tho uso of gas ns convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A plant placed in your
house makes you independent of
Our generator has received tho
unqualified approval of tho FFono
lulu Hoard of Underwriters which
does away with any increased rate
of insurance. Call in and examine
goods find got our prices. Wo
want only n fair profit.
Boraombor that nil our work,
big or littlo is absolutely guaran
teed and wo replace and repair all
material and labor which is do
fective within six months. Give
us a trial order.
M. M. Koiin, Manager.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
Anil everything else
neeiloil in school stationery,
TRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
Iq the Matter of the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Tregloan.
CMi reading and illiiigtha petition of
KATK S. TKKtil.OAN, of Honolulu,
alleging th.it moro than six months lmvo
elapsed sinco sho imis adjudicated a
bankrupt, and praying for a discharge
from nil her debts.
It In onlurcil that MONDAY, Koptoiii
1)0 r Ul), 1H!)8, In Alllolanl Halo, Hono
lulu, at 10 n. iu. of that day, before Mr.
.Inst I co Iorry,bo and tho miuo Is hereby
apixilutod for tho hearing of Mid peti
tion, nt whluh tiiuo and place all crcili
tois wlm h.ivo proved thoir Uulins
against said bankrupt may appear and
show ciiuso, if nny thoy havo, uhy tho
prayor of said bankrupt should not bo
Ily tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, Sopt. 0, 1808. lull! v
Persons wishing to obtain board at
.Makauao, Maul, cm bo aceoinmoilutud
nt M HS. II. II. IIAII.HY'S.
Tonus, $10 porueok. U55-(Jm
gE Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart- 3
ment tins season'wili find a very large pro- 3
g portion of our increased space taken up by 3
1 recent direct importations of Cotton and 3
E Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at 2
E: Popular Prices has been our aim. 2
I Eff . S. SACHS DB.Y GOODS CO.
g- Tli IPeoiple's Providers. ;g
FORT STREET. 2
TIIIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho hi lib ritialltv of tho goods and tho
low prleos will ploaso you.
llv tho way, do you havo trouble with
Do you break many?
Try our now Oil. I'INISIIKI) 1'1INT
CHIMNKYS. They will cost you no
moro than tho common article.
Wo havo lust oiKjned n now lot of
TAUI.n CUTIiKHY and SILVI.U
PliATH!) WAltK. Call In and inspect.
Wo havo inado n now schcdulo of
prices In this lino as well as iu many
otliors. SIIiVKIt I'LATKl) TKA
Sl'OONS, good quality, wo aro now
HellliiK for ?2.8.ri por (I07.011. Former
All other articles In propoitlon. .
Ion emi ijel the rnont itnd the best fur
the leant ut
The People's Store.
W.W. Dimond & Co.,
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 Kino Stiiket.
Stock and llonds bought and sold undor
tho rules and in tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tho promlsos belonging to Mrs. C. O.
Uorgor, situate on Mm comor of lloro
tanla and l'unahotl streets. Tho houso
which Is largo and commodious, hus
Just boon put in through tojulr, and tho
grounds consisting of two acres, aro
planted with fruit and ornamental trees.
For further particulars apply to
070-tf F. W. MA n'AULANE.
"Popular Priced 1
Dress Goods." I
We have nothing but rapid
sellers. We only want you to look !
Our prices will do the rest.
Visitors can see at a glance
that shopping with us is a
We only want you to look !
Tho SLigosl Argument
In fuvor of our "ready inado"
is our ready lit.
You o.pcct tho tailor to fit you.
leallzed lioro at half the
Another strong argument
10 to 15.
It's tlnio for Mibor thought
iu tho matter of tho youngster's:
needs. His days of study moro
agreeably welcome whon ills
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho othorkiiid are not to bo found
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerley BlOCi
Agents for Dr. Delmol's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Repairs line complicate Watches, Clocks, Music
Doses and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed. Thirty-five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART,
404i Fort St
Ill !! IBW
.. ..And youvlll find the best place to....
For the Daily
m& ffitg (Examinet: ras
Is at tho only
of tho Dig Threo
San I'ranclsco llaily l'apors.
ONLY SI A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tlid undersigned riroposo Erecting
a modern store and olllco building on
the liisterly corner of King mid AI11
kea strcets,;und Invito tho attention
of persons desiring stores or olllces in
tho proposed building toketeh plans
iiowjon view at thelnotllco whoro
further lmrtleuliirs may bo obtained.
Honolulu, August 30, 1698. 1003-lm
IIoTin.Sr., ni:.vu Nurxr.
John H. Lang;Proprietor
r, TT1i1 I the only bliuoilnE Gallerv In theclly
l i Jgec CC VM TUMoe JmV -Jiw