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THE FVKKTTNG HUMiFI'lN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 15, 18U8.
TIL Miiwui mi iMiiii.MiWMayiwwwwwJ Jiimi
abllshed Cvety Day, except SunJay, t sio King
street, Honolulu, It I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
SiiIm rlptiiitt iliiii'Kt
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islanjs 5 7S
Per year " " " .... &o
Peryear.postpali toAmcrlcJ.Canaia orMelco 10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other f urelan countries . i J oo
2Payablc Invariably In advance.
Business Otnce '2 .'.(I. CJItorlal Rooms, 1 (111.
Postoffice Il.x, 4M.
THURSDAY, SEPT. lfi, 1898
Judging from tlio number ol
Stock EKclmupo sales, tlio sngni
Btock crnsw has not roiiolied n veij
Tlio City of Colnrunm ownorp
havo tlio Buliifnction Mint misfor
tunes nt tlio bcginuiuH often fore
shadow n good endiug.
Ernoht Tlirutn cin say with the
man Uln want through a rnilroiul
wreck, "It was a groat experience,
but onco ip enough for me."
Jilt. LOKIi:" 1'I.AN.
The West wants tlio Philip
pines and the East does not. It
certainly npppnre that tlio ultra
conrorvatiw oloiuont of tlio whole
country uow holds the balance of
It would bo interesting to know
whtt sort of a rnply Carl Schnrz
woultl givo to the request of the
Hawaiian Hoard n Missions th t
nono of the conquered South Sett
island be retunifil to Spain.
Thoro is talk of -i possible sur
plus in tli United States trou
nry n a result of tlio war tax
Tho clianeiH aie, however, that llie
govHrninnt finaueiprs are not
anxious to have the war tax re
No local responsibility ia uccep
tod fortlm: The Peace comtnis
sion has its Day to Frye Spniu,
but if tlio Hawaiian Coinmia ion
got- J- liful, i is Frear to 11 lit
tho people it is working for thun
any American bo I v.
It U quitu apparent that the
Toluuteor8 are putiefied to allow
tho regular uiiny to hold dov.n
new AmenVui possessions. A
good majority of the men in ti e
rauka, volunteered for fightii ti
only. Many of iliom havo private
business that lined a'teulion.
Great Britain had its first im
fnrtuunto Khartjiiui episode that
created as much or more commeni
than the Smiting i campaign of the
United State. It is to bo hoped
that miy future American cam
paiguB will 6how the eame im
provement the British have made
Manngor Lowrio's experiment
will g i a long ways toward assiht
iuu in tho solution of tho plunta
tiou labor problem of Hawaii,
llie ponplo cau now bo positive
that this is an honest experiment
aud every ellort will be mndo to
assuro its success if possible. Now
that annexation is accomplished
there cau bo no accusations of n
BCliemo put forward to "iuiluouco
Congress." Tho expenraout can
ba put down as a plain, every dry
ihisuicbs proposition, an inuova
tion mnde with honest intention
aud positive hopes and determin
ation for suuetss if buccoss can bo
Manager Lowrie will also bo in
a way to prove the truth or falsi)
of contentions made by tho Portu
guese. It has often been stated
that tho Portuguese ask too much
aud are not satisfied with a fair
division. This has boon denied
as often, but now tho situation
is down to a bedrock
condition. Picked American fami
lies fresh from the land of the
fiee arc to take up the work of
labor in tho sugar fields. Tho ro
suits they turn out and tho mental
and financial condition of the col
ony after a year's work will prove
the white labor classos now here
either false prophots or capnble
judges of tho situation.
There is no question of tho
white plantation family scheme
being received favorably by thp
mercnntile men since it means a
widening of the market for Amor
ican goods. Thoro is everything
to win, since success means a god
wad to tho now American citi
!'hh, iind if ihe id ill is n failur.
iho territory will not suffer any
IS MANACil.NU KDITOII.
Mr. Ileliileraon Itfiirmentlnif Thcoiihi
I.oluir In lliotull.
Tho Tacouia Ledger of recent
date sty: Tno Ledger soudB Mr
E. A. Henderson, managing edi
tor, to represent Tiicorua on the
Senator Aler nays there is no
necessity to investigate the ways
and mentis of tho "War Depart
ment. He will havo hard work
convincing the ppoplo that ho is
right. If, howover. tho present
furoro results in a reorganization
of the War Department on a buci
ness Insi, tho peoplo will bo
It is Rtn't'd on fnirly good au
thority that n big corporation
backed by ouu hundred millions of
Sugar Trust and Standard Oil
cipitil is waiting for settlement
of affairs in Cuba, to start into
tho Huar biuiu Mi on u largo
ecale. Well, Hawaii is not to bo
Beared out f business yot a while.
As an evidence of the increneo
of, AmerioHii interests in tho
Oriout, it is tiot'd that in 1880 tlio
United Stat 's exported to China
only $3,078,7 7.i woitli of proiluetu
while En 1 .ml op itpd inoro than
S-17,000,000 w.nh. Lust year
Anieiieaii ("ipvU to the country
wero vii I u kI at S17.!)S1,172, while
thoeo "f Etig'nud wiro sometliing
lots than fc30,000,000.
The following from tho Tocoma
Ledger gives some inkling of how
tiie memorials touching on ship
ping and tariff will bo received in
The sailing of n Btparaship from
Ticoma for Hawaii, loaded will'
Wa hingtou products, will n
''ubi be followed by many others
from tho Fame port. While out
merchants and manufacturers ar
unking -tlortB to develop trarle
Mill the ishuidh others are doing
the same thing, and European and
Japanese mi roliants are gottiug in
l-rge stojkH of goods from theii
uvn countries, in anticipation of
tho going into effect of the Amer
ican tatitf. This is ample reason
hy the taiiiT laws rhould be ex
tended to Hawaii without dele ,
aud also our navigation laws, so
that Amorican products will have
to bo carried to the islands in
American bottoms. Much of tin
trade now coes by tho British line
from Vnucouver, which ought to
go from Tacoma in tho Columbia
or othor American ships.
Ono tlung is noticoablo, how
over. Tho grudge Tacoma is sup
posed to bear tho British lino in
moro uowspipor tnlk than nctnal
business fear, since both lines em
ploy tho same local ogeuts nntl
both receivo a fair business deal.
fiist trip ot tho btenmship City of
Columbia from Pngct Sound to
Hawaii. Mr. Henderson iccently
come to Tlio Ledger from The
Chicago 'lritmno, whero he Iihb
for many yours hold important
and responsible positions in the
uows aud editorial departments
He is n newspaper man of wide
oxporioucp, a writer of great abili
lity and his observations on the
new child of tlio ltepublio will be
valunble aud entortniuiug.
Tno Ltdger tends Mr. Hender
son on this trip for the solo pur
pose of btudying tho conditions of
ratio ot the lslauds in all its
branches, and to make a truthful
and comprehensive report. He
will make a special study of the
possibilities of trade with Tacoma.
He will find out what tho peoplo
in the island want that wo have to
sell, how they transact business,
what the growth of trado may
likely reach, and all other facts
that may guide our manufacturers
and meichauts in the futuro.
Several thousand copies of Tho
Daily Ledger wero Bent fordis
tribution iu Honolulu, in addition
to seerafhuudred copies of tho
souvenir edition showing tho pic
tiiresquo side of Tncomn. A per
manent agpney of Tho Lodgor will
bo established in Honolulu for
tho dissemination of information
about the Pncifio coast and Ta
coma aud for the purpose of ob
taiuing news from the Island.
David Douglas, Ewa plantation
blacksmith, returned in tlio Moana
from n two mouths' vacation on
tho Coast, bringing his wife and
"on who havo been visiting friends
over thoro for four mouths. He
Kainul twenty Dounds in weicl t
and looka stronger than ho oet
did b fore. Mrs. Douglas and son
aUo show tho change agreed with
them. "Davo," ns he is known to
host of friends here, is enihu
dastie over the scenery of thp
E Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart
5 ment this season will find a very large pro-
portion of our increased space taken up by
fc recent direct importations of Cotton and
J Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at
i Popular Prices has been our aim.
I.I5A DlCUS WANT ANXKXATION.
liluliterii Out nf Twenty Docliirr for
Mauila, Sopt. (5. At a meeting
ypstorduy of twenty leadors of tho
Filipinos of all sections called to
discuss the policy of thesoislnndfl,
eightcon of them were emphati
cally iu favor of outright anuoxa
tion to the United States and two
wero iu favor of a republic. Tho
gMioral nativo opinion IB that it is
bpst to adopt United Stntoa Con
sul Wildinan's suggestion and
offor lib-ral iuaucomentB to the
indopondriut factions toco-operato
anil to reward the services ron
Tho United Statos oruisors
Olympia and Ralcicrh returned
from Hongkong today.
Nclilry In Porto Illc.
San Juan de Porto ltico, Sopt
C Tho United States transport
Soupco, carrying Renr Admiral
W. S Sohloy and Hrigadior Oou
eral Q inlin of tho Porto llico
military commirHion, arrived oil
the harbor last night, but did not
tutor until this morning.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Iioxes!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS BIGHT 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 !
XT. B. SACHS BEY GOODS CO. 3
FORT STE LEHJT.
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
316 Fort Street,
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter of tho Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Tregloan.
UK)ii ro.iclIiiK ami llllngtlw putllloii of
KATi: S. Tlti:t!I.OAN. of llonolulii.
ulloKliiKtliit moro than hIx moiitlis li:io
fl.iiisod hIiuo sho wuh luIJiutii'Jtud u
bankrupt, unit praying for u clisth.irgo
ironi mi nor (lOiiiM.
It Ik ordorod tluit MONDAY, Soptoin
bor M, 1808, In Alllolunl IIiilo, IIoiu
luhi, yt 10 n. ni. of tli.it day, boforo Mr.
JiiMtko lorry,bo mid tlio wnio Islioroby
appointed for tlio hearing of wild potl
tlon, at width tlmo and pl.no all credi
tors who h.ivo proed their clulins
ailiiht K.ild bankrupt may appear and
hIiow ciiiiho, if any tlioy havo, why tho
prayor of said bankrupt nhould not bo
lly tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, Sopt. 0, 1808. 1012 2w
Tho high quality of tlio goods and tho
low prices will plcaMJ jou.
Uy tho way, do you havo troublo with
Do you break many?
Try our now OIL riNISIIED 1'MNT
CIIIMXKYS. Thoy will cost you no
mora than tho common article
Wo me Just openod a now lot of
TADI.i: CUTLKHY and SIIA'KH
I'LATHI) WAlti:. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo mado a now schcdulo of
prices In this lino as well as in many
othors. SILVHK PITi:i) Tll.-
HPOONS, good quality, wo aro now
soiling for J2.85 jior doon. l'ormor
All oth6r artltlos in proportion.
You can gtt the most and the belt fur
the leait at
The People's Store.
In favor of our "ready mado"
Is our ready lit.
You expect tho tailor to lit you.
realized horo at half tho
Auothor strong argument
$10 to $15.
It's time for nober thought
In tho matter of tlio youugstor's
ncods. Ills days of study more
agrooably welcome when his
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho othor kind aro not to bo found
V5L ssfBaAA Vi.w
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Deimora Llnen-Meah
Underwear. Send for Cutnlogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 Kino STitncT.
Stock aud Donds bought and sold undor
tho rulos and in tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exohange
Tho promises belonging to Mrs. 0. O.
Ilorgor. sltuato on tho coruor of Iloro-
- taula and Piinaholl streets. Tho houso
N"otiC9 , which Is largo and commodious, hits
Just boon put lu tluough lopair, and tho
Persons wishing to obtain bo ml at grounds consisting of two acres, aro
Makawao, Maul, can bo accommodated nlantod with fruit and ornamuntal trims.
at MItS. II. II. HAILKV'S. Kor further particulars annlv to
Terms, $10 por wook. 055-Oin 070-tf F. W. MA a'AUIjANE.
Repairs fine complicate.! Watches, Clucks, Music
Dones anj Jewelry.
All work euaranieeJ. Thlrtyfiveyears experience
.. ..And you will flint tho host placo to....
For the Daily
eftte (Examitict; i
tmwngfyff mii'.;yg ?& "'
tsst &iy T--K. . .,nwc iW. xw
Is at tho only
San I'lanclsco Daily Papon.
ONLY SI A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Couat.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, wboro the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Ta doue repairing and new worl-
ootn. fins, riuijs, bracelote, wMch
H. G. BIART, -404FortSt.
Tho undcralgiicil nronobo Ercctlna
a modern store anil olllce building on
uio Kiistoriy corner of King and Ala
tmi streets, and Invito the attention
of persons deslilng stores or ollluis In
tho proposed building to sketch pluua
nowj on view at tliolr olllco whoro
further iwrtlculnra may bo obtained.
AM,EX & KOUINSON.
IlonoluUi, August 80, 1898. lOOJ-lm
A lahtt 05oo ting'IIeitg
lion r.Sr., nijaii Nuhaiu.
John H. Lang, Proprietor
ir-Thl l the only Sliuotlne Gallcrj- In the city
Drop In anj try yuur marksmanship.
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