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TUB BATHING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., SEPTEMBER 10, 1898.
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Po'lolfice llox, 404.
MONDAY, SEPT. 1J), 1898
Another dull ilny ou " Change."
Whoro is Unit boom wo wcro toKl
jsaa at hand 1
The dignified silouco of tbo Ad
vortiaor concerning tho future
form of government continues.
Captain McKintion of the Cali
fornia regiment hnu woll won tho
uuino of tho "fighting pnrson."
If General King dooa not un
derstand how to protect fruit gar
dene, we would like to know who
friend of tho farmer, yet person
ally ho is hand in glovo with the
Sugar Trust, lie fought the an
mxatinii proposition from start to
finish. lie also seeks to secure
"protection for tho fanners"
through tho ltepublicau party.
This oninily towardllnwan noed
not attract very much attoution if
it woro not for the fact that tho
Advertiser and various memo
rialists by asking special legisla
tion for lliiwftii aro playing direct
ly into tho hands of tho declared
onomics of tho country. These
ultra-protectionists of tho States
will arguo in favor of granting
Hawaii exemption from American
immigration laws, oxomption from
contract labor laws, oxomption
from shipping laws and exemp
tion from tariff extension. But
they will demand in return that
tho United Slates receivo exemp
tion from tho free sugars of Ha
waii. Hint Hawaii, rorto Kico
and the rest of tho territorial ad
ditions be treated as outsido tho
commercial frco trado of Ameri
Such a policy as that outlinod
by tho Tribuno and tbo Amoricau
Agriculturalist would touch the
nhxatoh Kito.n Manila.
v Hollo llilo I It unfortunately
looks as if neither llilo or Hono
lulu bad a dead cinch on tho ne-w
Seattlo lino. It s the passengors.
Plantation wages aro following
the upward trend of tho market,
and prospscts for tho success of
the crtopomtivo colonies increase
Hilb has secured the steamer
service II (U'Hin'd Now why not
look smiling and Btop kicking.
Honolulu boars you no ill will
I most vital point in Hawaii's busi
ness armor, yet this is tho policy
which many influential men of
this territory aro bonding their
memorial and editorial efforts to
assist. It is a poor rule that docs
not work both ways and tbo busi
ness men'of tho United States aro
not bo blind that they Cannot boo
tho holes in tbo skimmer.
If Hawaii is not satisfied to no
;ePt fill Hedged American laws
immediately, the territory will
also discovor that tho protection
ists of tho United States will not
allow Hawaii to havo its Belect
commercial cako and also oat it.
Query: What requests hnvo
the Executive Council mado or
what requests have they to make
to the Commission? Is it not
fair and highly proper lhat Un
people should kjiow?
ciavi: (!Ui:at ii:i.h;iit.
Tbore is a strong body of pro
tectionists in tho United State
who figuro that what is not worti
askina for is uot worth having.
Their odvatitaco is that they are iTlio reception
closer totliolawmakiugmiiclriiioJMr. and Mrs. F. M. Hatch, Mr.
than Ilawaii is. Under these cir- jam! Mrs. L. A. Thurston and Mr.
cumHlaucos. is it not business fcr.auu iurs d. ii. yasuo, wio geuuo-
llfceiillou by President iintl Mra. Dole
on Frltlny Afternoon.
There was only ono opinion among
all who attended tho reception
given by Mr. and Mrs. Dolo at
their homo at Emma street on
Friday afternoon. It was that for
olinrm and sociability tho function
; could hardly havo boon surpassed.
was in honor of
to assist in handicapping
" It is a sport that the humblest
may enjoy " This comment on Bo
gatta Dny by Mr. Kolierlson, au
thor of thu law that brought the
holiday into being, tolls the tale os
well as it can bo told. Boeides tbo
intriusio merits of aequatio sports
in wholesome athletics, they are
singular hero among groat popular
pastimes in being tendered with
out mouoy and without price to
all tho people. There is no gate
mouoy. Tho poor littlo street
gamiu does uot need to climb a
troo, as in the case of a ball match
or a horse race, to eeo tho, fun.
Bogatta Hay is a great day, and it
has corny to Btay.
tr.I'lX'IAI. ami:iucan UW'H,
Wo aro glad to notice that our
rooming contemporary is waking
np to the fact that a strong in
flueuco is at work to maintain the
import duty against the products
coming from the newly aunexed
territory of tho United States.
Tho assertion by tho New York
Tribuno that Congross has thu
right to ranko "rules and regula
tions regarding tho torritory and
all otlior propoity of tho United
States" is simply a reiteration of
Whitolaw Boid'd stitomout made
in his arliclo published in the
Century. Tho American Agricnl
turalist is owned by a corporation
coutroliug public itinus that are
rchd by fully one million farmers
of tho Uuittil Stutes. Herbert
Mjrick tho head of this corpora
tion pesos us tho grout aud only
men having all una a conspicu
ous imrt m promoting annexation
A great coucourso of represent
ative people- of Honolulu, officers
of tbo army and navy and visitors
from tho outbido world, responded
to the omnibus invitation given
through tho papers. Priucess
Kaiulani was present.
Prosident and Mrs. Dolo and
'ho guests of honor received the
Cillers on the lawn, aud tho mul
titude passed on to form over
chauging groups amidst tho trees
aud bhrubberry. It was an op
portunity tbo strangors groatly
appreciated to form acquaintances.
Tho wosther was perfect, what
with tho westerning sun and a gen
lie mountain breeze. Refresh
ments wero in constant service
from tho hands of a corps of wait
ers. Time sped to the announced
limit of seven o'clock beforo thero
was auy appreciable dispersion of
the assembly. The Government
baud was in attondanco and thoro
was some impromptu daucing in
tbo lanni to the music.
Tbo Boaa company again
pleased its audionco ou Saturday
evoning. Applause testified tho
great popularity of tho show. This
time the picture machine worked
woll, making a decidedly Ono
auxiliary to the entortaiumont.
Tbo artists in this company aro
J.cidedly clever, their Buporiors
in some roles having yet to ap
pear in Honolulu,
Tho company will appear again
Thuroday evening in "Irish Aris
tocracy," n compdy made famous
by Barry & Fay. Messrs. Post
and Gardner will again make you
laugh. Tho balanco of tbo com
pany will havo good parts and
Kubii is practising a nntivo song.
Col. G. F. Littlo caino from Hi
lo on the Kiuuu Saturday night.
Struck n Hevere CiiIh Thnl I.iinted About
Tbo Troopship Senator, Pattor-
sou commaudor, arrivod off port
lato last night and, comiug into
port oaily this morning, hauled
alongside tho old fishniarkot wbatf
whoro sho will undergo repairr
preparatory to sailing for San
Fraucieco in about four or five
Tho Senator had enough coal to
carry her from Manila to this port
and for that reason, camo liorc
Tho others did not havo and, con
sequently, wont to Nagasaki, just
as tho Zealaudia, to tako coal for
tho trip to San Francisco.
Tho Senator was about 25 days
gottiug to this port. On emerging
from tho China Sea sho struck tho
tail oi'd of tho typhoon tho Zeal-
andia was shuck by.
In lat. 27 N. and Ion. 14G E. a
heavy blow, lasting for nearly two
days, was mot. The rails
forward woro torn away and tho
decks at that end of tbo sbip.swopt
cleau. Thero was moro fright than
I ho Senator brought back 8
regulars whoso time haB exnired.
Some of these woro ill in Manila
but are well again.
Tho Senator was anohored off
Cavito during tbo fight that re
sulted in tho surrender of Manila.
It will bo remembered that the
Sonator is tho ship young Murray
of tho city stowed away. Ho is in
Manila now onjoying good health
ana, it is understood, a position in
tho Custom House.
Pollen Court Note.
In tho Polico Court this fore
noon tbo)following cases woro
Wong Kee, embezzlement, con
tibuGtl nptil moved on by tho pro
secution. Ah Sai, common nuisance, 85
Kauai, furious and heedlees
driving, SO and costs.
Richard Fnuia aud Moko Na
hulu, affray, 5 aud costs.
Ah Fat, Au Choug and Ah Lee,
opium in pi sscesion, sentence sus
pended for six mouths.
Ah Hoi, opium in possession,
SoO and costs.
Antonio M. Paisano, assault
and battery on M. Mercedes,
John Smith, bluejacket, assault
and battery on Ah Leoug, 80 and
Ah Choug, larceny in second
Fifteen cases of drunkenness,
ClinrwMl With Hoi, Wry.
A young native, Ioano by name,
is in durance vilo ou tho charge of
Ioano mot a Chinaman, a la
borer in tho employ of W. 0.
Aclii, ou Nuuouu avouuo, shortly
aftor -1 o'clock Sunday morning.
Ho aBkod tho Chinaman a few
questions nnd thon proceeded to
punch and kick him all over the
street so that tho poor follow hod
his faco cut up and his tooth
Tho Chiuaman claims that tho
nativo thon wont into his hip
pocket and took out S10.G0 in pa
per aud silver.
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In tlie Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter of the Bankruptcy of
Upon roadlnsand flllncthopotltlon of
KATK S. THF.UI.OAN, of Honolulu,
alleging tlint moro than six months have
ol.ipscd slnco sho was adjudicated a
bankrupt, and praying for u discharge
from all lior tlobts.
It Is ordorod that MONDAY, Soptoin
bor 20, 1898, In Alliolnnl Halo, Hono
lulu, at 10 a. in. of lhat day, before Mr.
Justice I'orry, bo and tho samo Ishoroby
appointed for the hearing of said peti
tion, at which tlmo and placo all credi
tors who havo proved tholr claims
against said bankrupt may appear and
show causo, if nny tlioy havo, why tho
prayor of said bankrupt should not bo
lly tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Honolulu, Hopt. 0, 18U8. 1012 2w
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