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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 21, 1898, Page 4, Image 4',
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PublhhjJ Every DaV, except SunJay, M 31a Klnc
street Honolulu, tl. I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
V. R. FARRINGTON
iOANIEL LOtiAN ..
SllllM tilllutl ItlllCKl
m month, anywhere In llawnllan IslanJj.. .$ .75
Per year " " " . ... 8 oc
Per year, postpalJ.to America Canada orMnIci 10 00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries . . tj 00
G"Payabl" Invariably In advance
Business Oftice 'i0. LJItorlal Rooms, 100,
Postoffice Box, 404,
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. '.'1, 18i8
Ncnrly nil ih" mmnnnls pre
Bcn'ed to (ho ComminMou inilient
(o tlio American mind Hint lln
waii did not b- gin to got ronilj
for hi not ttion until it wns nn
Unemployed in tho States Rro
recoiviijg due notico that tho II it
wniisn paradise on tho Cubnn
pearl tiro nlnndy in poesost-ion rl
people who havo n leijnl title nud
offor no field Tor the boomers.
Democratic govornment meant
government by mil for the peo
pie. Aid tho word people, menus
thoBO wh i nto nblo to clnitu citi
Kenahip in tho country when
thoy resid '.
Those nskinu for the return ol
the independence of Hawaii mnj
well tnko note of the fnct Hint uc
politicnl parly, in prepaiing f.p
tho iipptoiichuig CouRtfssionnl
cnraniign,ii(lvoc'itoR tho wilhdrnu
el of the Unit d States ting fron
Hnwnii. The Anier enn popl
may not favor expulsion, hut tin
mnu d lo-t 11 t live who will in
tho policy of roirietion enrnm
Profesr-or Robert T Hill of tli
Unit d S'nt s G ologiml Knrvrj
during 'he 0 'liriJe if It h ('Hire ' i
a The Puosib.liti.-B of Cuba" cull. ('
attentiou to "two i.iiortiiiil fiiutt
whiuh the Amoiieuns conti'iiipliit
In,? luvKtiu;; the prospective, iiel
fu Culm, i-hnill b-iir in inintl
Fir-t tint Ctilm ii un old imil tot
lied c u i try, in which the Inud
ami miiieiiil till-r niv largely fix
cd, n nd thnt it otters no opeim y
fur ' booming' such its I1119 follow
ed the opening up of new nud un
settled conuirit'H S-coml, thnt Cu
ba is Hitunted within tho tnpiuc
nud Northeru raws cannot bo en
tablUhml tut r except nt the 8 c
rifioe of mntiy lives." This look- ns
if Gobi is uot so totally dilToreut
from Hawn i. Tho proapecb r hop
lug for gr nd persount gnius in
tho now Amoricnu t-rrit iry nny
woll nsk "whnt do I get out of itir""
Tho Philip, liuos soems to bo tin
only phico whro the eiu "men
irantod" cnu bo hung out.
From ull nPCcounU thoSnnlingo
cimpftign ended in n love feait lie
twoon the Spnnin ds and lln Am
ericans'. Pedio L ipQidoCnbtillo, ri
"pr.vnto of iufntitry" wrote to-Ad
jutautOenernlCorbiti pmjing ttmt
tbcoivh him "ull the courageous
and noble nold era of your com
mnnd tuny recoivo r ur good wishes
nnd farewell winch wo so ul ih.-in
on embarking for our boloved
Bpniu." For thU fnvor, Gonorul
Oorbiu wns a'Hurnd tho "nverhiit
lnt grutitndo mil consideration of
cloven thousind Spini-di holdier."
In nnot'or lettor to tho soldio a of
tho American finny, this Bnmn man
with a loug nnme bhjs: "To us,
ybo-o coaditi'in wna t rrib'o, you
Invo given freely of f otl, of yotu
etock of mediciuo', nnd j on have
honored us with distinction nnd
courtesy, for nfter thn fighting the
(wo nrmies minld with tho ut
rnor.t hnnnnny.' This and the ex
presi'ns of Admiral Gurvera may
wall bo put d wn ns the most ro
mnrkab'e incidenta of hiilnry. One
nny wel wonder, if ihu fighting
had cnn'inuei) much lnnp,eriilio'li
u mi Anglo-Lntiu Allianco niigbi
not have been formed to wijh- out
position op Tine i;.iccuriVK!
It is nn nccepUd fnct Hint Pre--idt-nt
Dole, ns n member of tho
OoiumitBion, is governi-d by tho
rules of that organization. All
h p4 of getting tho Commii-siou to
di-cle8e i s secrets bus gone. In
fnct the pooplo havo settled down
to the id.n thnt tho Commission
knows its butiness and evt-rjbod
U p spired to nbido by results
whatever they may bo.
Grnutod, howovor, thnt Presi
deut Dole is out of business ns n
repie6entntivo of tho peoplo of
Hawaii, thnt, ns tho Advenisoi
puta it, "thoto is slroDg roBSon to
bolievo thnt he represouts tho
United States government;"
granted thnt tho peoplo hnve no
right to ni-k him for public ox
prtssion, wo do not uudentnud
that tho Executive body of Hn
wnii is no more. This body lb
nindo up of fho members. Whou
Pretddeut Dolo is nbsont, or dis
quitlified ns tho Advortiscr seems
to intimnto, tho Executivo by no
menus becomes n uononity. The
omniuiug four mombers are sup
posed to represent tho people.
Wo cannot beliovo the Commis
sion Iiub bottled up nil tho mem
bors of the Executive
If the pooplo nro laboring undoi
n mistaken view of tho situation
they would liko to know it. If
tho Commission hns given notice
thnt members of tho Executivo me
not to spenk for tho peoplo, but ns
in lividunl and iniluontial citizens
Ihon wo ml m it thnt no one in this
country baa the right to demand
the opinions of this body. If the
Ex. cutivo ns n body representing
tha peoplo has no policy to nd
nnce ti the Commisbion, all verj
well ami good. That is jubt what
tho pooplo nro nuking: whethei
this body has n policy before the
Co.nmibhion or not, whether the,)
a rt'pt the dual position ns r. pn
(jpiitntiYHH of tho people nnd nisi
itlli-iala under President McKin
ley, or wheihor they simply Maud
ly to r.ii-wor technical qufstioiit
relHtiiii to their depnrtmonts
Tins is nu honornblo request f' l
kmwldge which wo cannot be
Have tl.c Commibeiou woultl giv
n tiJi-tims to refuso nu answer
L-t "lie members publicly nn
noj' co thnt thoy do not go before
the Commission iudividunlly oi
coll ol v ly ns representatives ol
'lipop!o, then the people will
tnko their word for it and bhut up.
Ltt them nnnotiuco thnt tluir
position ns tempoiary nppointeo
of Mr. McKiuloy forcos them io
t'tko nu indifferent position on th
futuro gi.vemmeut of tho trrri
try, and th9 pooplo havo nothing
more to bay.
In tho futuro commercial, socinl
nud politicnl life of Hnwniian tei
ritory, count on Harold M. Sewall
as a local fixture.
Col E. liorton givos as tho ro
eultd of his investigation of the
Hawaiian coffee industry thnt hi
is "convinced that coffeo grown
uu 1 bears woll in Hawaii." Thir
ls entirely satisfactory. If a mnn
dops not soo his way clear to go
into any industry itdoes uot neefs
snrily give tho future of tint iu
dus'ry n black eyo. Coffee mny
have tho mime history ns the
ci'rtih fruits in California. Ypt it
ii a uotabl.' fact that tho mnjority
of tho raon now putting their
money nnd labor into Hawaii in
c IT e growing nro sntibli-d witl.
r -Hulls nnd aro by no moans
dubious over tho futuro.
"1IY" IS IIIQI1T.
EniTon Evening Bullkiin:
Sir: I eon in your paper in an
nouncing auction salop, jou i-ny
"by auction," histoid of "nt nuo
Hon." Which is right "by" or "at
auction V" iNQDincn.
Honolulu, Sept. 20.
A man lately returned from a
btis'ion li-it to tho Const honrd
inpilnlists thoro tnlk of btnrling
. x'.'iisive salt works on tha Houo
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER
rarjiyjinwi xilil.iWLJH -
I)i:i'autmi:nt or thi: Intiiiiiou,
Soptonibcr 111. lKiW. (
Tho attention of nil Nutnrlctt I'ulillu N
enllci lo the prcnlxlon of tlio fit.itnlos
relating to tho records to lo kept liy
Notaries, and tho r. qtilrmiiont tlutovor.v
llvo ye.irs from tho dato of nppoltitntoiit
each Notary li-.ll deposit Ids roeords
with the Ulurk of tho Court, of record
nonrcxt tho pl.ico whoro kucIi Notary
And also, to the, requirement Unit upon
thedoithnf a Notiry IiIh o.iccntor or
adtulidblr.itor .shall deposit Ills locord
with Htieh Court; aNo, that upon resig
nation or removal from olllco liko n.tlon
shall bo t.ikon.
Tho statutes provido n ponnlty of not
loss than fifty nor mora than IHo hun
dred dollars for failure to conform w 1th
Tlio Mntutcs upon tho subject will bo
found In Chapter 77 of tho Pollal 1a. as.
J. A. KINO,
1020 3t Minister of tho Interior.
Special Mooting of tho Stockholders
of tho Union Kcetl Company, I.'td., will
be hold nt the Company'nolneo on Wed
nesday, thu'JSth Inst. at lOo'elock n. in.,
to consldurthcaccoptnncoof tho ainenil
moiils of the Chartor of tho Company
gnu. ted by tho Minister of tlio Intorlor
on tho 1st day of fc'optomhor, 1898.
Socretnrj'of tho Union Food Co., L'td.
A cottapo containing flvo rooms nnd
part of a houso, situated cornor of Adams
lino and Union street. Apply at Hid
lotln odlco. lolt-tf
GEAE, LANSING & CO.,
210 Kino Stkeet.
Stock and llonds bought and sold undor
tho rules and In tho board
looms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Why Don't You Advertise ?
Advertises itself. It is low-grade harness that needs to be
boosted up by blowing. We keep the BEST STOCK and em
ploy the most woikmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently do the largest business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience in the business, I am fully
competent to manage all departments.
Practical Harness Maker.
The Old Corner, Fort
School Tablets !
Suhool Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything clso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street.
Tho promlsos belonging to Mrs. C. O.
Uorgor, situate on tho cornor of Hero
taula and I'minnou streets. Tho houso
which is 1 iu no and commodious, has
Just lieou put In tluough repair, and tlio
grounds eonslxtlng of two acios, are
planted with fruit and orimmoiit.il trues,
l'oi' further ).trtleulars apply to
070-tf V. W. MA tf-'AULANK.
Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart
ment this season will find a very large pro
portion of our increased space taken up by
recent direct importations of Cotton and
Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at
Popular Prices has been our aim.
g Iff. S. SiiiCHS BEY GOODS CO. 1
gr- Tlie:Peo:ple's Providers. -
g FORT STREET. 3
and King streets.
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tho goods and tho
low priroH will pleaso you.
lly tho way, do you havo Iroublo with
Do you break many?
Try our now OIL KIXISHKD FLINT
CHIMNEYS. Thoy will cost you no
more than tho common arllelo.
Wo havo Just opcuod a now lot of
TAIIU: CUTI.KllY and SILVKlt
lLATi:n WAKi:. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo undo a now schodulo of
prk'os In this lino as woll as in many
others. hllVT.U l'LATL'l) T13A
SI'OONS, good quality, wo nro now
selling for $-.815 per doon. Former
All othor artlclos In proportion.
You can get the motl und the best for
the Itatl at
The People's Store.
W, W. Dimond & Co,
Ileal a ni Ribbons at Golden
ii J .1III.IIU iWIMWUllllUElUill ll.t UlLII mJIIUIBil LUII'.JUJ.UI"tt'Jl HIW.
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
flic Strongest Arptnl
In favor of our "rendy mado"
Is onr ready lit.
Von expect tho tailor to fit yon.
rcalled horo at half tho
Another strong argument
910 to $16.
It's tlmo for sobor thought
In tho nmttor of tlio youngstor'H
Hoods. Ills dnys of fctudy mora
agreeably wolcomo w lion his
clothes aro to his liking.
Tho othorklnd nro not to bo found
9 Hotel Street :
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-Meati
Uuderwoar. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
a, ID IKTZ,
417 NUUANU ST.
Rtpalrs fine complicate,! Witches, Clocks, Aluslc
Doves anJ Jewelry
All work EuaraniecJ. Thirty five years experience,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last etenuier from the Coast,
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Ib doiip repairing ntul new work
both. Pins, rlngu, uracelotB, wntoh
H.G.B1ART, - 404i Fort St.
None better. Endorecd by tho
First Edition now ready.
PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published nnd for salo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter or the Bankraptcy of
Kate S. Tregloap.
.l,.in,Ml 1UU!'-?AN, of Jlonolulu,
"""int lOn. in. of Hut day, boforo Mr.
Juktlco I'orry.bo and tho miiio ishorobv
;'PI''li.tcd f,.r tho hearing of .aid petf-
in u ';'""r"I't ny appear and
slam i-jubo, if any tlioy luvo. whv tho
SKl.0' """ 'tiJmuWiK
Hy tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
ti.. i , ,. Doputy Clork.
Honolulu, Sopt. II, 180d. 1012 2w
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