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Published Lvery Day, except Suniay, at io King
itrect. Honolulu, II I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R rAHKINGTON
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian lslan.li ..$
Per year " " "
Perear.potpalJ,to America Canala orMexlco.10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries .. ijoo
-Payable Invariably In advance.
Business Otoce '.!". LJItorlal Rooms, HIU.
IWoffice llox 404.
"WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 181)8
Tho poopl.5 will bo hippy when
the margin on gold is wiped out,
As ft tnlk r, Agninaldo slnndp
next to Jim Corhott mid his clan,
nud ho fichts just nhont ns ofloti.
When other iutornntioun'
troubles cool down, Creto and
Eypt oin bo depended upon foi
Tho Shniurock bids fair to bo n
vory popular bout in tho ynclil
inco of next yonr. Sir Lipton if
fihowing himself a thorough going
Colorndo hilv.-r republicntit
know wlmt it is to back up poll
tical schemes by sliot-guus. With
all its diffcreiieH of opinion, Iln
wnii lifts not ronched tho poiul
whorn "guns ' nro used in conven
tions. We're not so bad after all
OPTIMIST AND PKSSI.1IIST.
In tho September Usuo of tin
Century two very inloresling urti
c1o4 on the Uiiit.d Stito-' futui
policy mo given. Curl Si-huiz con
domne th imperial ng'ra'uchzr
mout policy and tho Wlutelnv
Ileid maps out the Amorican dut.
of the hour. Tho nilicles aro res
peutivcly thu opinions of tho pet)
Bluiiat and tlie optimist.
Ileid maintains that tho Unite
States took tho responsibility o;
giving CuLa good govornmont. li
tho light th it iPBiiltcd Porto lvi -i
nud tho Philippines cauio ulsc
withiu tho Anglican sphere i
responsibility. The Stuto liuvini;
Bcco"ted thU ro-poiisibi'ity lias u
iuUlal libl to liuud tho territ-r
outeido Cuba buck to Spain, nor l
it justified n allowing tho Cubnti
to bo free to right among thorn
selves. lie nlbo poiuts out tint it
has uover boeu tho intention, un
should not bo suggested for years
to come, to 1 iok upon tho new tor
ritory, including Hawaii, as possi
bio material for statehood. Held
figures that as soon as tho feitua
tiou does not requite, military
oversight, tho now acquisitions
should bu givou the uaual Atnerio
au territorial government. In as
Humiug now territory tho United
States ha9 never asked permisiou
of the inhabitants of toiritorieh
over which it has assumed control.
Schurz sets nothing ahead but
cortuption aud destruction for the
United SUloa. Ho predicts the
absorption of Mexico and all tor
ritoiy down to tho Nicaraguu cau
nl; now states will bo made; Span
ish - Ameiicaus will appear in
Cougresa. lie bdlieves that the
United Statos.haviug ousted Spaint
should lento Cttbri, Porto ltico auit
Mil others to shift for thoinsolves.
In a word ho helioves American
politics alread so corrupt, that it
has enough to do to tako caro of
its present areas and poople.
Whitelaw Iteid's idea U tlio ox
pre6Bion of tho viows hold by tho
honest hard working peoplo of his
country. They know thoir country
is not perfection, but this does not
creato a eln'cliau fear or causo
thra to f-hirk responsibilities
ihruat upon them.
fijliuia's mticlo, like most of
his recent effusions is tho typical
wail of a disappointed would ho
fltntesman. It is not oven a con-
MTvativo view. If tho Pi03iileit
woro to iiivo up Cuba nnd Porto
Rioo, SuliUiz would undoubtedly
bo iu tho forefront condemning
such c.llo-nl inhumanity. Wlulu
lie ofton fitutes tntiuy facts, Sohuiz
npiniuiiB belong to Scuurz nloue,
huiI his followers can bo counted
by three, figures.
Ernest G. Thrum's Close Call.
Continued from Kirst l'nge.
us not a sigu of a vessel
Wo doponded altogothor on
Tho ability of tho second male
onirht to be recoonized. This hui
amongst old Fonfnriug men, after
tour or live yenis, tutu a ncenei
is first officer. lie- brought tint--hip
anl cargo, worth half a
million dollnrn. and with 2!) liven
on board. 2500 mileB without
chronometer to indicate where he
aiib withiu a thousand miles, and
throuuh heavy ft gs nud storms.
Tlio hint 21 hours wo mado 2UU
miles. Ttion ho mado tho harbor
without tho tug.
location or Finn.
When tho fire was at length ex
tinguished, its location was ro
vealcd in a holo exionding from
tho top lior of sugar, through tho
'twreu itecks, to tho bottom of the
ship, about four feet squnro on
top, abreast of tho water tanks and
entirely under tho mnidship
THE SHIP SAILS.
A dispatch received by C
Urcwer & Co. Ltd., consignors of
tho ship, states that tho Kenil
worth would resume her voyage
on tho 10th of Septoraber.
XKW TlttAL. FOU DIIKYI'UH.
Parin, Sept. 7. Tho Figaro to
day says tho Cabinet council, just
lii'ld, tieniiimoiif.ly acreed upon a
revision of tho Dreyfus caso nnd
lireetcd tlio Minister of Justice.
M. Sarrien, to tiko tho neceBsan
teps to Unit end.
lho Matin announces the (lis
overy of facts implicating the
lllieer of tho general staff, nddlnp
that General Zurliden, tho new
Miuister tor War, icpmtcd tin
matter to tho couucil and urged
tun nccess.ty for lefonniug ill.
ti tellig. nco Department of tlie
Ofiieo, whereupon ho was directed
to olnborato a project separating
tho duties of the general stuff fiom
ihoso of tho Iutelligenco Depart
ment. l.ICUAI. HYSTi:.1l I'D It HANTIAUI).
.Murtl'H I.nsT to (live Way In the Auth
ority of Um C"urta.
Now York, Septoraber 2. A
S in cablo from oautiago says :
Gonoral Law ton has assigned
Lieutenant J. II. Blount Jr. of tho
Third Iinmuues to tho tnsk of
oodifying Spanish aud Cub.n
Uws, with tho viow of arranging
a legal systom for tho province.
Blount has had oxporienco in that
duo, ho having assisted in the
oudifioHtion of tho Georgia lawn
-overal years ago. Lawton is
working hard to got things in
ehapo for doing away with mar
tial law aud substituting there
for tho authority of tho couttJ.
Blount's task is a big ono. San-
tiauo is strong iu laws that have
been accumulating for two co.i
turios. Hnlf a dozon mon will bo
employed iu tho work.
Wood is gradually getting the
police in sliupo nnd is reducing
tho number of armed sentinels in
Uobson, who wns taken sick
with caloutuni so oral days ogo,
insisted today on roturning to
work on tho wrook of tho Cristo
bal Colon. Wood wanted him to
go to a private hospital nud keep
quiet tor a wcok, nut iiouson ro
tused to bo considered a sick man.
Dodhara, Mass., Sopt. 4. The
condition of Thomas E. Bayard,
former Embassador to England,
who is at Karistein, tho homo of
his daughter, Mrs. Warren, was
critical today. So pronounced has
beon tho ohangn in tho past two
or tlnoe duys unit it was thought
lho patient could not survive many
II .H I I I
Tho largest flag iu tho world
beating tho American- Longuo's
flag in Honolulu was lately un
furled at Tyrone, Pa. It is sixty
feot wide by a hundred feet in
longth nud it contains a thousand
squnro yardB of bunting. Tho
flag was mudo to flont from a
cablo half au inch iu thickness
and 3200 feot long, across fiom
peak to peak of tho two mountain
i mitres nt tho eastern entrance to
the "Juniata Valley.
THE FINING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER
Ill k MAINE
Thing to know U that wo are
gas and oleclrieal engineers nnd
that wo ard hero for business. We
install complete gns and electric
plants with all tho fixtures, etc.,
rondy to tun.
Wo hnudlo all kinds of ELEC
TRICAL GOODS, gas and dec
We nro also solo agents for the
Columbia Phonograph Co., nud
Americnn Baltory Co. "makers ol
tlio bebt storngo bntlories in the
Wo have already installrd the
following Accylclcnc gns plants
complete with all lixtmes whieh
are giving ontiro satisfaction.
Government Light House in har
hor, Hawaiian Tramways Co , Mr
W. Hills' icsitloiice, Oahu Jlail
way and Land Co., aud tho new
residence of Hon. C. W. Macfar
lanc nt tho PoniiiHtila.
The liglit is absolutely reliable
and will not go out as long os tiny
gas remains iu tho generator.
Tho cost bused on candlo power
is from to as ctc; 8 electric
lights at the j)rc8i( mics.
Several of tho plants alroady
installed nro equipped with olco
trio gas lighting burners which
raako tho uso of gns as convenient
as electric lights at about one-half
the cost. A jan( placed in your
house makes yon independent of
Our generntor has received tho
unqualified approval of tho Hono
lulu Hoard of Underwriters which
does away with nuy increased rate
of insurance. Call in audexnmino
ijoods nud got our prices. We
want only a fair pre fit.
Remember that nil our work,
big or littlo is absolutely guarau
t id nnd wo rop'oco and repair nil
innterial aud labor which is do
ftctiv.' within mx moutliB. Give
us a trial order.
M. M. KoilN, Manager.
School Tabids !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch IJoxcb!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
la the Matter of the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Tregloan.
UM)ii reading and tlllnutho petition of
ICATi: S. TltlHlf.OAN, of Honolulu,
ullogingthnt moro than six months havo
ehpicd hi nro xlio was adjudlcateil a
bankrupt, nnd praying for n dlhchnrgo
from nil hor tlobts.
It Is ortlorod thut MONDAY, Soptom
lior I'll, 1808, iu Allloluiil Ilalu, Hono
lulu, nt 10 a. in, of that day, boforo Mr.
Jtistieo 1'orry, Ijo and tho fcanio ishuroby
appointed for tho hearing of k.iUI peti
tion, ut which tlmo and plmo nil credi
tors who li.ivo proved thoir claims
agaln.stH.ild buikrtipt may appear and
show 151USO, if nny tlioy have, why tho
prnyor of said lunknijit should not bo
lly tlio Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, Sopt. (I, 1608. 1012 2w
Persons wishing to obtain boird at
MaKawuo, Maul,i.Tfi'"lK) ueuommodjtud
ntMUS. II. IJ. IIAILISY'S.
Terms, $10 H3rvuok. OSO-Om
e Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart- 3
ment this season will find a very large pro- 3
r portion of our increased space taken up by 3
E recent direct importations of Cotton and 3
Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at 3
!e Popular Prices has been our aim. 3
E NT. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. 3
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Tabic Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tlio goods nnd tho
low prltios will plcuM) you.
Iy tho way, do you lmvo trouulo with
Do you bronk ninny? ,
Trv our now OIL FINISIHU) FLINT
CIIIMNUYS. Tlioy will eost you no
moro than tlio common nrticlo.
Wo havo Just opened a now lot of
TA11LK OUTLKKV and 8ILVLU
I'LATKD WAUK. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo mado a now schoilulo of
prices 'in this lino ns oll la; In many
,tl,nrH. KILVlilt TLATKD TJ.A-
unnnva nnml nnalltv. wo nro now
bollliiB for ?J.85 iwr ilozon,
AU othor nrtlclos In proportion
You can art the mott and the httl for
the leatl at
The People's Store,
W. W. Dimond & Co,
um & co
210 Kisa Street.
Stock nnd Honda bought nnd sold untlor
tho rulos nnd In tho b6ard
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tho promlsos bolonglng to Mrs.
Inrcor. sltunto on tho eomorof
Rnrcor. sltuato on tho fomor ot iwro-
lanlannd l'linalioii rtrools. 'llio lioiibo
which Is largo and commodious, has
lust boon put In thiough rupalr, una tho
rmmiila coiisUtlng of two acros, nro
plantod with fruit nnd ornamental trues.
l-'fir furthor partlculurs npply to
U7U.tf."l F. W. MA iFAULANK.
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 I
rp-Ke People's Frovici
Tlio Strongest Argument
In fuvor of our "rendy mado"
is our rondy fit.
You expect tho tnllor to lit you.
realized horo at half tho
Auothor strong argument
810 to $15.
It's tlmo for Hobor thought
In tho mnttor of tho youngster's
noods. Ills dnys of study moro
agreeably welcome whou his
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho othor kind are not to bo found
: Waycrlcy Bloci
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmel'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catnloguo.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clacks, Music
Boxes ani Jewelry.
All work RuaranteeJ. Thirty-five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my atore, wliero tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
la done repairlug nnd new work
both. PIuh, rings, bracelets, watch
G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
e r s
.. ..And you will find the best placo to....
For Tr?E Daily
gi Ite (Examiner, nsgn:
Is nt tho only
fian l''rnnclsco Daily Vapors.
ONLY $1 A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
The undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store ivnd Olllco .building on
tlio liistcrly corner of King nnd Ala
ken slreets,rnnil Invito tho attention
of persons desiring stores or oMces in
the proposed building to sketch plans
nowj.on view nt their olHeo whoro
further particulars may ho obtained.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Honolulu, August 30, 1808. 1003-lm
IIOTKI. ST., NKAll NllUANl'.
John H. LangProprietor
WThls Is the only Shootlnij Ga'lery In the clly
Urop In anJ try your marksmanship.
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