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TUB EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 10, 1898.
Putllshed fcvery Day. excmi Sunday, at aio King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BuCletin PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R. FARHINGTON
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian lstanJ....$ .i
Perjear " " "
Per year.postpali.to Amerlca.CanaJa or Mexico 10 oo
Perear, postpaid, other lorelgn countries ij oo
GirPayable Invariably In aJvance.
Business Oftce US (I. Editorial Rooms, 1 (111.
Postotfice llox, 401.
FllEDATt, SEPT. 10, 1898
Tho Bulletin believes in Riv
ing its employes tho Htuno nilvnu
tnge of holidays enjoyed by those
in other business houses of the
city. Hodco no pnper will bo
"When the CommiBsiouers have
heard tho various fnctionB of old
politieaMife, tho people will pro
pnio to pot down to business on
iinv party Hues and broader
Query: Why is it that tho "Gov
ernmeut" and its oflicinl organ
havo kept so quiet concerning tho
fnturo legislation of Hawaiian
territory? Does tho Advertiser
fear to show its colors?
Many of tlio new comers who
dropped in on Hawaii soon after
annexation find that tho status
quo of Hawaiian- laws creates a
very different condition than ex
ists uudor the liberal laws of tho
If tho present 1'Aeeutivo re
presents tho people wo should
cousider it proper for tho ppoplo
to know what representation it has
to tnako to tho Commissioners.
It is certainly rather uuusual for
men occupying such prominent
positions in public life to remain
silent during a critical period.
Our morning contemporary is
still worried over tho doings of
tho Satis of the American Involu
tion. If tho recital of Perry's
victory causes anyone to draw
dirk kuivos and rush upon the
British, they ceitniuly ought to
keep away from patriotic societies.
Fortunately thero aro Americans
who cuu praise tho brave deeds of
their couutrymeu without condem
ning tho character of those with
whom they fought.
One of the blessings of lifo in
Hawaii is tho readiness with
which tho public gives up tho toil
of business once in a whilo and
turns its attontiou to sports. This
is ono of tho foatureB -wo hopo
may not bo chaugod by tho ml
vanco of "American hustle" into
this territory. New development
neodod in this lino is representa
tives from tho other islands, so
that the holidays given over to
various sporting events may have
nioro of a national charactor.
Tin: A!)Vi:htisi:ii and i'iituiiks.
' Tho remarks of tho Advertiser
on tho will of the lata Mr. Davies
aro simply an illustration of how
little respect tho Advortisor and
those of its ilk have for private or
public acts which do not coincide
with its narrow viow. Tho morn
ing papar is not oven satisfied
whou a man makes an accounting
with his couscicuco and hia Gml.
It boo ma to have an idoa that a
halo of higher inspiration sur
rounds its sanctum sanctorum.
It uvon thinks that it has kopt
Central Union church straight
when that ilock had no pastor.
Suoh mild forms of insanity should
) not bo taken soriously. Whou a
newspaper aspires to be fathor
1 confessor aftor doath, and also
I rataius the worldly old maid's do-
I sire to havo tho last word, it nip-
J resoota a form of phantamngcrio
nonsense that can bo viewed only
with arausoment or sympathy. So
much appeariug in tho Advertiser
is "inspired," it is not reasounblo
to expect that organ to stop nt
worldly affairs. Our most es
teemed contemporary ba taken
this occnMoii to notify poor
humanity that its personality is a
sort of halfway house whoro all
people should stop for consulta
tion before outoring tho great tin
Discontinuance is tiled by A. G.
M. Itoborlsou for plaintiff in
Harug Lung Ivtui & Co. vs. Boo
Yiug Lung and Luiu Cbong Co.
Judge Stanloy ovorrules defen
dant's motion for now trial in
Kaupoua Knimauu vs. J. II. Ka
maunu. Creighton for plaintiff;
E. P. Dolo for defendant.
Anela Kakoi, minor, has given
a final receipt to A. G. M. Eobert
8011 in hor guardianship.
Discontinuance is filed by Paul
Neumann for plaintiff in J. W.
Luniug vs. Charles Lind.
Judge Stanley overrules defen
dant's motion for a now, trial in 0.
S. Bradford vs. L. A. Androws,
whore a jury awarded damages of
SG5U. Mr. Dolo for defendant
appeals, and Mr. Neumann for
plaintiff consents to extension of
time for Cliuc exceptions.
Judge Stanley, on tho petition
of W. L. Wilcox, administrator of
the estato of Kopola, orders that
either or both pieces of land men
tioned in tho inventory bo sold to
pay debts of tho CBtato.
COMUDV LAST MOIIT.
"V nml 1" Put Oil Well nt tlie Opens
" U and I " as prosonted by
Rosa's American Comedy Co. is
what it is ndvortisod to bo, a
hughablo farco comedy. It was
presented last ovoning to a fair
audiouco who really enjoyed the
piece judging by tho ripples of
laughter tun: from tuo urst to tho
laet act pervadod tho house.
L'h-re is nothing much of a plot
to tho comedy but thero is fun and
plenty of it. The scono of the
play is in an apartment house in
New York city and the power of
the janitor, tho mistakes of ono of
thu lodgers and a friend of his,
and the pertnoss of Bnbbette, a
serving maid of auothor lodger,
rinses lots of trouble which is
ety amusing. Ttiero aro now
sonys and mur-ic. Clover dancing
it d lots of humor. Tomorrow
nicl t will seo another presenta
tion of tho pieco which sot tho
house wild with joy last ovoning.
lliiiiilltou Once More.
Hnmilton, the man who sup
posed to havo ottompted to do
stroy u certain ship in Hilo was
up in tho Polico Court this morn
ing on the charge of vagrancy.
He was found on tho Club Stables
promises this morning nt nn oarly
hour and arrested by Captain
Bowers of tho Merchants Patrol.
Hamilton hns just come out of
jail, having served his sentonco
on another chnrge. Ho was found
on tho Club Stables premisoB sev
eral timtB and warned off by Chas.
Bellina, tho manager. He did
not tako tuo warning ana was,
Hamilton put on a cool front
in tho Polico Court and defended
himself as best ho know how. He
was not very successful for Judge
Wilcox sentenced him to ono
month's imprisonment at hard
Front AVnhlusvu Wiiy.
M. D. Monsarrat roports that
all work on Wabiawa, tho Mc
Brydo place on Kauai, hns been
finished. LovqIb woro run up to
an elovatiou of 000 foot. Should
tho owuors of tho land decido to
turn tho placo into a plantation, a
lino lauding can oasily bo placed
in Wahiawa harbor on tho Eloelo
Mr. Monsarrat says there is a
vast aroa of good land. Most of
it is rolling and hilly but ovor
1000 acres is flat land.
Aicltlent on Oeueriil Goriloii.
Thero was an accidout aboard
tho General Gordon at tho Fort
strcot wharf this forenoon. Ono
of tho bnskcts of coal foil from
tho elevated platform and
some of tho contents struck a
sailor about tho hand and should
ors. Ho was nltonded to imme
diately and, in n short timo, was
SPAIX AMI Tilt: lNStmOUN'TS.
Will Semi Money to Monlla to Iliin
Mndrid, Sept. C Tho Cabinet
has authorized tho Foreign Min
ister, Duko Alinodovar de Bio, to
nngotiato with tho Philippiuo in
surgents to- ransom tho C000
Spanish prisoners now in their
bauds, and it has been decided to
transmit money to Manila for
that purpoBO and for tho relief of
tho Spanish troops, which nre
urgontly in need of funds. The
Miuistors will ask Gonoral
Jntulenos, tho commander of the
Spanish troopa in tho Philippiuo
Islands, how to tranemit the
no iianui:k or douT.
in 1 1
of Fares for Olllcers or Dt'sifj's
"If you aro disposed to bo skep
tical about our earning our pay,"
writes an officer of ono of Admiral
Dewey's ships at Manila, "givo
yourself our bill of faro for your
early breakfast next weok: No
fruit, no butter you can cat, no
bread savo hardtack, black coffee,
no cream or milk. My boy
brought mo eggs scrambled tho
other day and said I'd bettor not
try thorn; ho did not think they
wero good. I explained that that
was ono thing for which ho was
shipped. Ho had protested ho
had dono his best; had opened
eight boforo ho found any that
would scramble. Just then he
put them boforo me; I agreed
with him they wero not good.
Apropos of trinls to tho palato
and stomach incurred in camp
aigning in tho tropics, fancy no
cold beor, no cold anything, driuk
ing water sometimes warm and
always tepid. This is Saturday
night, and, ns usual, wo drank the
sailor's toast: 'Our wives nnd
sweothearts may tho sweethenrts
soou bo wives, and tho wives al
ways bo sweethearts.' It was
drunk in vory wurm 'fizz.' " Ja-1
Wliut Aliout Kliiir Street I
'What is to becomo of King
street?" asked a resident who lives
along thot thoroughfnre yesterday.
"At tho present time, and thero is
no promise of immediatecessation,
drays nnd other hoavy wagons
not provided with tho tires re
quired by tho "Wido Tiro Act,"
aro constantly passing over tho
street ladon down with provisions
for tho boys in cntnp nt Kapiolani
Park and on tho slopes of Dia
mond Head. Certainly damage is
being dono and some romedy
ought to bo introduced.
Tho reception to Mr. and Mrs.
Brock in tho hall of tho Y. M. C.
A. last night was very well attend
ed. Tho program was thoroughly
School Tabids !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything elso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street,
Hotiu.St., np.au Nuuanu.
John H. LangProprietor
WThls Is the only Shooting Gallery In the city
Drop In an J try our marksmanship.
Porsfins wishing, to obtain board at
Mnknwno, Mnnl, can bo accommodated
RtMHS. II. 11. HAILEY'S.
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E Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart-
ment this season will find a very large pro
E portion of our increased space taken up by
EE recent direct importations of Cotton and
E Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at
Popular Prices has been our aim.
INT. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. 3
g Tli People's UProviciers. -
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tho goods ami tlio
low prices w til plonso you.
Hy tho way, do you hnvo troublo with
Do you break ninny?
Try our now OIL FINISHED FLINT
CHIMNKYS. Tlioy will cost you no
iimio than tho common nrticlo.
Wo h.io Just opened n now lot of
TAIII.i: I'UTLEKY nnd SILVER.
PLATED WAIIK. Call In nnd Inspect.
Wo Imo inndo n now schodulo of
prices til this lino us woll ns in ninny
others. SILVEU PLATED TEA
SPOONS, good quality, wo nro now
soiling for $2.8!i por ilozon. Formor
All other articles' In proportion.
Yon can yet the moil and the Veil for
tlit Unit at
The People's Store.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
) XJX1J.1MJ.XIU M UWI)
210 KiNa Street.
8toek and Ilouds bought nnd sold under
tho ruloH nnd In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tho iiromlKOS boloniiliiK to Mrn. C. O.
Uorgor, sltunto on tho cornor of lloro
tnnla nnd I'unuholl Btroots. Tho liouso
which is largo nnd commodious, has
Just boon put In thiough repair, nnd tho
grounds consisting oi iwo ncrus, nro
plnntod with fruit nnd omninontal trees.
I'pr furtbor particulars npply to
n,.. -)Jivfi.iti wtnr.urp -
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 I
Tic Strongest Argon!
In favor of our "rcnily inndo"
Is our ready lit.
You oxpoct tho tailor to fit you.
realized hero nt half tho
Auothor utrong argument
810 to $lr.
It's tlmo for sobor thought
In tho matter of tho yotingstcr'rj
needs. Ills dnys of istudy nioro
ngroenbly wolcomo when bis
clothes nro to his liking.
Tho othorkind nro not to bo found
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Deimol'e Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes anJ Jewelry.
All work euaranteeJ. Thlrlyfive jears experience,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last aleamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, whero the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done ropnlrlng and new work
both. Pins, rlnga, bracelets, watch,
.. ..And you will And tho lioxt plnco to..,.
For the Daily
Is nt tho only
of tho lllg Throo
San I'mnclsco Daily 1'apors.
ONLY $1 A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
the Bankruptcy of
Upon rending nnd flllnctho petition of
KATi: S. TltKOLOAN, of Honolulu,
nlloglngthat nioro tlmn six months hnvo
olapsod sliico sho whs udjuillcntoil a
Imiikriipt, nnd praying for a dlselmrgo
from nil hor debts.
It Ik ordered that MONDAY, Soptom
bor 2fl, 1898, In Alilolanl Hulo, Hono
lulti, nt 10 ii. in. of that day, boforo Mr.
Justice I'orry, bo nnd tho Mino is horohy
npiK)Iiitetl for tho hearing of said potU
tlon, nt which tlmo nnd jilai-o nil crcdl.
tors Avho havo proved tholr claims
against Mid bnnkrupt may npnonr and
show caiiHo, if any thoy havo, why tho
prayer of said bankrupt should not bo
Hy tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON.
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