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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, Q. 1., SEPTEMBER '20, 18U8.
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jMIIJ Every Day. evepl SunJay, at io King
street, Honolulu. II. I., by the
Bulletin Publishing Company.
V. R. I'ARHINCiTON Editor
OASILL LtKlAN City Editor
MilM'rlitliin It li to-1
Pet month. nyliere In Hawaiian UlsnJs . $ 7
Per year " " " . . J op
Per yar, potpaU,to America. CnnaJa orMtxIco 10 x
Per year, pojtpalJ other forelRti cuuntrlts i) oo
Rep-Payable Invariably In advance.
Busmen Olt.ce .-.. tJi,orli" Room' ,,,,,
I'lXtnfAce Ilox, 404.
MONDAY, SKl'T. 2G, 1898
If Hawaiian fivo percent bond
soil for abovo pur, will it bo an
evidence of a boom ?
Secretary Aler can hardly bo
said to appreciate tho greeting,
"miuiy happy returns of tho day.'-
Tlifio nothing elow about the
Cabinot getting into gear to push
abeud much needed public work.
If ITilo does not get that now
breakwater petitioned for, kindly
rolievo Honolulu from all blame
in the case.
A new department suggested for
American Commissions, now en
gaged in tho nati v.' buniuess, is
a wabto basket brigado to earn
One- question has not been full;'
sottled j ot: lu-n the Advortinoi
speaks, in its curious vacillating
way, does it actually represent the
views of President Dolo and his
News Item: Provident McKiu
loy bus opeiii-d tclt'jJiono coniinn
nicatiouB with Fort street, Ililo,
the Fortugueao and theUawaiians.
Frcbidout Dole and his Cabinet
arc by appointment swiohed 1 11'.
It would indeed bo plea?aut if
Fresidenl Mckinley would con
tinue his journey from Omaha to
Ilownii. About the only ch.uic
Hawaii has to bou a Fresiduut it.
to get one olecttd fr -m the territo
It is fair to suppose that in case
Hawaii does gi t a vote in Con
gress, our delegate will snap the
United States of American around
hUjhead in most apptoved whip
Tho Ililo Chamber of Commerce
announces that it does not want a
local man for fust g iveruor. So
thero must ba a least three mou
and u few boys in tho country who
support tiit contentions of the
Americau Union paity.
, General Ulaueo collected SOU,
000 iu customs from Clara lini
ton's relief ship se.it to Havana to
givo supplies to tho starving.
Blanco t'videntlv cutltl not lot go
his hold without having somo son
of a last shot at the 1'ankoes.
Everybody now knows what the
various organizations of tho cotin
trya-k-il of the Commission. Uie
discussions have caused sonii ill
will but nothing serious. Now all
stand by and watsb for' what wt
will i.ei. llviiccfnrili, Hawaii is
in the liniiU o'Cnuuress.
Wo aio prepared to forfeit time
million nainst twenty five tontl -picks
from tho Star that tho Ha
WtH an delegate to Congress will
not bnvo a vut' in thit body, un
less 'ho laws ruling all torntori s
of h United States are turn, d
upside down. Naval ndvantagi s
of Ilawa'i are not liablo to over
whelm th commercial aud iu tt 1
.. , lectual viow Congr-ss will tnko of
S-.JtliU I'Jp- , , -
' The Advertiser Ins boeu giving
tho public stories about tho public
ami political lifool George 'ali
ington, Dauiol Wobstor, Henry
Clay. AVe would liko to draw at
teution to another little incident
iu history. In the llepnblieai,
nominating couveutiou of lSiiO.
woro John L. Stovons and Janus
G. Blaiiio. These men woro fat
frir-nds ,and weio jointly conduct
ing tho Kounobec Journal. Stevens
was a tii in supporter of Soon tai
Seward as tho uomiueo for pre
sident. Ho worked early mid late
for this mau who had boon pronii
uout in tho political life of the
country ,aud whose personal aud m
lnical chnracter was abovo re
pronch. Seward was ono of the
best known men of his time, a
littlo wavering perhaps, but
nevertheless ta highly respected
Blaino was an open and active
supporter of Abraham Lincoln, a
man of iwhoin comparatively little
wtB known. Ho had -made him
self felt in tho campaign against
Stephen A. Douglass, but as Pro
sidential timber ho was to all in
tents anil purposes an outsidei.
Tho mou whom Baine assisted
were victorious, and they gave to
tho people of tho United States
ono of tho ablest of Presidents
aud one of the most roinarkabh
figures of history. Historians tell
us that when Stevens got home he
said to Blaine, reforriug to the
Kennebec Journal, "Tako youi
d-d old paper aud run it."
Now dear Advertiser, iu the
light of American history, which
ono acted for tho country's best
good, John L. Slo'iso James
G. Blaiuo ? 13huue bolieved iu
political organization, in putting
forward men who would
command the "loynl sup
port of tho masses." Stevens
give his support to mon first anil
t le ptrty afterward. Answer us,
thou halfway onmipotont Adver
tii r, tell tlio weak and feebh
maes of Hawaii who was right
" All oflicers must do just what
thj President directp them to do.
i ,ii Lot what tho Earnest Patriots
veji. tliem to do. Tho act of an
i Pinion, hy putting all authority
u the hands of the President,
iit'l'ly swept out of existonco for
h time being every vestige of
leprosoutativo government in the
Islands. It wiii so agreed aud so
So agreed and so understood, by
whom? Is this insido history you
are giving tho public?
hock i. a Tiii:i:.
leiul!ur Growth of u I'oiiclunu Tift.
Down dm Itouil,
People who have visited at
places on tho niauka part of tho
Peninsula have, no doubt, at the
proper season, noticed a patch of
bright scarlet across on the
other side of the upper bay and
near th station known as "Aki's,
Waiau." This patch of scarlet
entiiGH from a ponciana roia tree
that grows iu front of Clias. De
inent's place. Tho troo in itself is
at times whon iut covored with
hlosHoms iiiHigiliiicnnt, but (here
i- an interesting fact tin connec
tiou with its growth.
Jiifet at tho baso aud, situated
between two of tho largo roots, ib
a bowlder that tho peoplo of the
place bnvo dubbed "tho growing
lock." it is bo firmly imbedded
in tho tiunk of tho treo that it
scorns filiiKiwt a part of it.
At tho present time, the rock
tmiehes tho ground but, iu time, it
will grow away and bo porfeetly
freotiom it. The treo certainly
forms a good landmark.
l'r!imri From Kutial.
Sheriff Conoy of Kauai camo to
Honolulu iu the V. G. Hall Sun
day morning in charge of twelve
prisoners, all convicted for vari
ous infractions of tlio law. Chin
oao, Japanese, natives, South Sea
Islanders ami white men are in
cluded in tho littlo band. Among
tho number is J. W. Birt, recently
found guilty of gross choat and
s ntoiic. d ti a four mouths' teitii
Have large lines of
seasonable goods. A few
(each compartment removable
for cleming), for these who
want the best.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
(High and low wheel).
Mechanics' Tools Agricultural
implement. Shelf Hardware,
and many articles you have
been looking for.
aic Hardware Co,, Lid
Spct'inl Meeting of tlio Stockholders
of tlio Villon l'oetl Comimiy, I.'td., will
lie hold at the CoiiliKiny'Nolllce on Wed
nesday, thc-Sth Inst. nt 10 o'clock . in.,
to consider the ncccjitnuco of the amend
incuts of (lie charter of tlio Comiuny
Krai. ted liy tho Minister of tho Interior
mi the 1st day of Soptoinbor, 181)8.
Secretary of Hie Union Food Co., Ittl.
210 King Stuket.
Slock and Ilonils bought ami sold under
tho rnloH and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honnluh Stock Exchange
TTTl T ? I TT
pny Don t you AttYeraser
Advertises itselt. It is
boosted up by blowing. We
ploy the most workmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently do the largest business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience
competent to manage an Departments.
Practical Harness Maker
The Old Corner, Fort
American Messenger sorvico.
Masonic Templo.Telephono -ll'l.
If you want a nice Itubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. ai'.J,
and wo guaranteo you will bo
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
P1UCES ALWAYS IUGIIT
316 Fort Street.
In. S. SAdHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd. I
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E give us
g m. S. SAGMS 2JB.Y
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low-grade harness that needs to b
keep the BbST STOCK and em
in the business, I am Hilly B
and King streets.
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TIIIS WEEK AVE DISPLAY-
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho lilH quality of tlio goods unit tlio
low price will Jilcaso yon.
lly tlio wny, ilo you lmvo trouble) with
l)o you break many?
Try our now OIL 1'INISIIKI) 1'UNT
t'JIIJIMiY.s. Tlioy will cost you no
moro tli.m tho common nrtlclo.
Wo have Just upenoil a now lot of
TAIII.K CUTI.KHY and SILVKK
I'LATKD WAUK. Call In iiml innpect.
Wo Jiavo nmdu a now schedule of
prlccM In this lino ns well as In many
others. 8IIiVr.ll I'LATKI) TKA
Sl'OONS, pxiil (jiLillty, wo uro now
Milllui; for f2.8.r ior lo.on. I'ormor
All other articles In proportion.
l'ou cmi jel the mul and the hetl fur
the least at
The People's Store,
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
Small ads, in the Bulletin are net
overshadowed by bigger ones.
We are showing this week 2
some exceptional 2
Bargains in 3
BLACK AND COLORED
We want you to look at 3
them and compare 3
The People's Providers. g
Doesn't moan you'ro iilwayn trying
To solect tho chciiiiost kind of trash;
Hut in Hotting for your dollar
A SUIT to iiiaKo you dunce and "holler"
'Cause you've got a bargain for your
Then list to what wo toll you
And howaro of tliom who'd soil you
Somo clioap SUIT thoy'd claim Is Just
Tor they sold ono to your nolghbor
Which ns mude by vagrant labor,
And uro looking for nnothor viillm If
: Wavcrlcy Bloci
9 Hotel Street
ApentH for Dr. Deimel's Llueu-Mesli
Underwear. Send for Cutalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUL'AS LT HT.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clucks, Music
Doxes oni Jeuelry.
All work cuaranleeJ. Thlrly-fneears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last Bteamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing nnd new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404i- Fort St.'
Nono bettor. Eudorsotl by tho
First Edition now ready,
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in OOWNINO will be ipR-used to place
their oidorn with us. 1'erfeet llttluK,
ukih unci comfortable, miitoil to tho in
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PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS
Cultivation of the Voicq
Artistic Singing j
IteNhlonee and Studio,
Emma Street, opp. Ilib Scbool Bnildiu.