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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, SEPTEMBER 24, 1898.
Published Cery Day except Sunday, at aio King
street, Honolulu, II. I , by the
BULLETIN 'PUnLISIIING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINOTON
Per month, anuhere In Hawaiian Islands i $ n
Per year " " " 8 oo
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SATUKDATf. SEPT. 2-1, 1898
Phowl Tho Commission 1ms
fjotie. Now lake breiitbing
No AmoiicAu bns to tbiuk twice
over tbo menningof tbo term "lib
ornl franchise." It is mnnbood
Buffrnpo; nothing iuoro ntul uo
If tbo Atuoricnu Uuiou party
played to tbo galleries, thou tbo
majority of tbo peoplo of Hawaii
are iu tbo galleries.
Speaker Heed's reelection to
Congress shows a falliug off of
4000 votes compared with 189G."Vo
suppo60 local political lights will
say thocauscof this was Heed's op
position to Hawaiian annexation.
Wo would suggefat that tbo Ad
vertiser send a inntked copy of
this morning's papi-r to Washing
ton bo that tbo American members
of tbo Commission will know
where tho Cabinet stands.
It appears-that the minority of
tho Central Committee opposed to
the memorial consisted of ouo and
a very small one at that. Tho lil'L
LETIK supposed that F. J. Lowroy
was ono of the absent membors. It
is W.J. Lowrio of Ewa who is a
member of thp Committee.
It is a noticeable fart that the
sentiment of tbo local Grand
Army post spoaks for American
territorial expansion. Tbo men
who stood bobiud tho country in
its most critical period do not fear
the ability of future generations
to hold high the standard of Ame
"We ore very glhd to know oven
at this Into day that the Cabinet
members consider tbemsolveB
handicapped in their relations
with tho people, byrcasou of their
appointment at tho bauds of PrPB
ident McKiuley. Wo apologize
gentlemen, but why didn't you
speak beforo ?
Reports from Manila ro Agui
naldo fc Co. aro very similar to
those published from Cuba "befo'
iV war." First Aguiualdo is quiet
and tbon again ho is obstreperous
and inoro troops aro needed to
cool him down. It Booms rather
unfortunato that an opportunity
did not offer in the first phico to
ijivo tho insurgents a good "lick
ing." Tho murder of Austria's noble
queen demonstrates that tho world
is far away from the millenium.
People can somotimos understand
why mon in public hfo aro attack
ed, but tlic murder of a defuseless
nnd universally beloved woman
may bo put down as ouo of the
most dastardly crimes of the cen
tury. Such events nmko one
wondor whether lyuahiug is real
ly a crime.
If our corrospoudont "A. H."
docs not tbiuk the O.ihu railroad
has bpon all that it ought to be,wo
would ask, Wboro would tbo
development of Othn's ngricul
tural resources havo been today
hod it not boon for thp indofntiga
ble work of Mannger Dillingham Y
There has been bo much IinnJ
hont'flt w rk put into this propo
sition, that the public is inclined
to tho belief that tho railroad is
""entitled to all it hns gained.
sr.NATOU CITI.I.OM'H WUKDS.
There is a gront deal of latent
meaning in tho romnrk of Sounlor
Cullom through tho BuLLirriN
that "any effort on tbo part or any
poisons, or auy body of porsous.
to cbanno the situation from tho
policy which hhs been adopted
annexing tho Islands as part of
tho United Slates of America, will
prove to bo futile and only work
an injury iu so far ns tho influ
ence of such action may affect the
massea of tho common poople."
Of course many will draw the
attention of thoso who nppealed
for restoration t this, It certain
ly applies to them. But may it
not also apply to tho various
organizations that havo applied
for favorable exceptions to Ame
rican lawB. It is pretty generally
accepted .tho Ainoricau mombers
of tbeCommission will not doom it
advisable to go beforo their con
stitucnts in the fall elections with
tbo statement that tbo nowly an
nexed territory canuot bo taken
euro of without upsettinc some of,
tho foundation American prin
ciples expressed in tho present
lnws of tho country. Tho farmers
or Illinois aro not liable to receivo
with favor special legislation for
Asiatic labor. They will bo vory
cold hearted on this proposition,
as will the labor organizations that
flourish throughout tbo country.
Wo may bo positive that A me
ricau statosmon will be sure to
look nftor their local fences
first, nnd tho peoplo will
not bo quick to appreciate
that Hawaii or auy othor of the
now islands should havo special
favors. Tbo pooplo horo will find
that they are moroly a
drop in tho bucket wheu
pitted ngainst tho labor or
ganizations alone. Then thoro is
tho beet sugar crowd as well as
American sentiment that no sec
tiou of the country is better than
another, to run ngainst.
Tbo American Commissioners
hnve been good listouers, and they
appreciate tho necessities for local
commercial success, but we doubt
vory much whether they will
thmw overboard tho sentiments of
their constituents. After all it is
tbo Amorican peoplo who will
designato tho colonial policy of
th United States and no ouo 10a
li.iu it better than tho Souutors
"It did not embarrass him
Senator Cullom at all to explain
that he had talked to ono news
paper man under tho impression,
till the last moment of the inter
view, that tbo caller was on tbo
6tnff of tbo Advertiser." Adver
tiser. Oh you poor innocent critter.
The writer of this Advertiser
funuigraph must be a journalist,
uover a newspaperman.
Th llulli-lin'N Directory Ituplclly Urow
lug Am'mfr tlitt Ortlera.
Iu this isstio in the Frntorual
Directory on Page 2 appears tho
cards of Court Lunalilo No. 0000
A. 0. F.; Nuunnu Ohuptor R. C.
No. 1, A. &. A. S. R., and Karao-
hamoha Lodgo of Perfection No. 1
A. & A. S. R. It is gratifying to
tho Bulletin to soo these ropre
sentutivo societies in tbo Direc
tory. A short timo ago tbo Bulletin
inaugurated tho Directory. Since
its inception a uumbor ot societies
havo held meetings and endorsed
tho plan, which, for a nominal
sum, insures to them daily repre
sentation in tbo paper. All special
and ngular raoptingsof tho socie
ties will be published in tho paper
and this too, without additional ex
pense. V. G. Ashley, Secretary of Ho
nolulu Chapter No. 1 R. A. M.
and Recorder of Honolulu Com -mandery
No. 1 K. T., iu spoaking
of tho Diroutory said: "I heartily
approve of tho plan. J cannot com
m nil it too highly and I am sat
isfied that all fraternal pooplo will
The Roman Catholio Club, an
orgun'z tion of young men, gave
an excellent entertainment last
0 omp anyaaz
Have large lines of
seasonable goods. A few
(each compartment removable
for cleaning), for these who
want the best.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
(High and low wheel).
Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
implements. Shelf Hardware,
and many articles you have
been looking for.
Pacific Hardware Co., 11,
Special Mooting of tho .Stockholders
of tho Union I'eed Company, 1,'td., will
bo hold at the CotiiimnyVioillcu on Wed
nesday, the iiSt h Inst, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
to consider the nceoptauco of tho aluoml
incuts of tho Charter of tho Company
granted by tho Mlhtstor of tho Intorior
on tho 1st day of Soptombor, 18D8.
Secretary of the Union Feed Co., Itd.
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock nnd IlontN bought unci sold umlor
tho rulos and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
1 m 1 im 1
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 workmen 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
American Messenger service.
Masonic Templo,Telephono -Ml.
I you want a nice Rubber tiro
hack with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tol. 319,
and wo guarantoo yon will bo
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And ovorything else
needed in school stationery,
TRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fori Street.
Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart
ment tins 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- The IE3
and King streets.
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tho goods mill tho
low prlcoH -will please you. .
By tho way, do you havo Iroulilo with
Do you break many?
Try our now OIL FINISHED FLINT
CHIMNEYS. Thoy will cost you no
iuoro than tho common nrtlclo.
Wo havo Just oiMMio'd n now lot of
TA1ILE CUTLERY nnd SILVER
PLATED WARE. Call in and Inspect.
Wo havo iiutdo a now schodulo of
pric-oH In thin lino as -woll nit In innny
othors. SILVER PLATED TEA
SPOONS, good quality, wo nro now
Kolllng for 2.85 por (lozon. Formor
All othor artlcloH In proportion.
You can gel the most anil the Lett for
the leant at
The People's Store,
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
I overshadowed by bigger ones.
"Popular Priced 1
We have nothing but rapid
sellers. We only wan! 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 !
AGHS MY GrOODS 3
e o js 1 e' s Fro-v-iclers. -
FORT STREET. 5
Doonn't incnnyou'ro nlunyH trying
To soloct tbo choajiost kind of tmsh;
Hut In gottlng for your dollar
A SUIT to mako yotidnncoand "boiler"
'Cause you've got a bargain for your
Then list to what wo toll you
And bowaro of tlioin who'd boll you
Soino cheap SUIT they'd claim Ih Just
For they sold one to your neighbor
Which wih made by vagrant labor,
And aro looking for another victim if
9 Hotel Street : : WaTerlCy BlOGi
Agents for Dr. Delraol'e Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 KTJUANU ST.
Repairs tine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work cuarantecJ. Thirty-five ears experience
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last Bteamor from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is dono repairing and new work
both. Pins, rlnge, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
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First Edition now ready.
PIUOE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published nnd for snlo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter or the Bankruptcy of
Kate S. Tregloan.
,-KKV1 '""""B nn'l flllUKtho petition of
KVIiK ?; TK0LAN, of Honolulu,
""ti"'K ""it uiuru iimn nix mouth!) havo
oliilisod hlnco sho un adjudiratod a
bankrupt, mid praying for a dischargo
from all hor ilobts.
It is ordorod that JIONDAY, Soptom
bor 20, 1808, In Alllolnnl Halo, Hono
lulu, at 10a. m. of that dny, boforo Mr.
Justleo 1'orry.bo and tho &11110 is horeby
apiwlnlud for tho bearing of hahl potl
tion at which tlmo and )laco all eredl-
t()r, WllO liavn nrnvn.l llw.l. ,.1,I,.,
apinst Min lunkrupt may appear and
- . . j--"f -t. ...u.. v.i...iin
vo, u by thl
lould not IX
p..u.. uuiou, 11 any wioy navo, w
prayer of said bankrupt should
Ily tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
, , , Ioputy C'lork.
Honolulu, Koj)t. II, lfeOS. 1012 2w