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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 27, 18J8.
Published Kvery Dav, eert Sunday, at io Klnc
street. Honolulu, II. 1.. by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
IV. R. FARHINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOC.AN City EJItor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian lilanJ . . $ ?!
Per year " " " 8
Per)ear,rostpalJ.to America Canada orMexIco 10 oo
Per year, postpaid, oilier (orelRn countries .... 1 J oo
fj'l'ayahle Invariably In advance.
Business Oince HSU. Editorial Rooms, 1(11).
P.moffic Uox, 404.
TUES7W SElT- 27 1898
The Hoard of Education 5h hot
on tho trail of tho missing indus
Don't bo nt (.11 surprised if tho
Oomruis-iou report tiuds n spokoH
ranu for tho minority.
In spite of tho queries it does
not appear that Hawaiian bonds
will bo h druu; on tho market.
During the Government band's
vacation, tho Now York regiment
musicians might spiel a fow
times for public benefit.
The memorial of tho Coulral
Committee is dually givon to the
public. Thoro can now bo no
question of this Committeo plac
ing itsolf on record.
Captain Bluino has ovidently
found out tbnt an officer wcarini.'
tho uniform of tho United Stater
muft respect the ruU'H laid down
for the action of gpntlnmoa.
An extra session of tho legisla
ture might secure Batisfuctory re
sults on questions that havo arisen
through tho clmngo of sovoreign
ty.but it would be expensive ques
tioning. Tho Advertiser's gubernatorial
cnmpaigu consists of dauiniug the
mou who havo gou astiay within
advoeating any ouo else for them
to follow. It is an examplo of
original politic to say the least.
Although Admiral Milloi's ac
tivo naval career will close with
out his having tho satisfaction of
pouring hot shot into an oneiuy, ho
has won tho pri.o which many
naval men of tho United Slater,
sought raiding tho Amc-ricnL
ling in Hawaii.
S mm Americans spond so much
timo and waste so much papT de
monstrating tho incapacity and
corruption of thuir own nation,
that tti pcoplo wonder why these
individuals do not change their
citi.ouVhip aud sek some blessed
natiou where tho people do not
oven pretend to rule. Tho piinci
pal argument these da b against
tho retention of the Philippine-
seems to be that the United State
is unable to take caro of itself.
It i in 'fed unfortunate that
thoro should arise any stumbling
blocks iu the nay of tho develop
ment of the Industrial school ab
plauned by tho Board of Educa
tion. To all appliances tho bar
gain mado by Minister Cooper is
one that may be rgtird d as high
ly satisfactory to tho people ami
boneficial to th' educational sys
torn of the country. Tho questions
that como up seora to bo pim-ly
technical and from tho printed
report i of legislative proceedings
no serious objoctiou seoma to have
arisen r tnrdi k tho expenditure
of i xibl tit'da on Industrial
Hchool ex'onsiou. Tho Jltmrd of
Education has acted wisely and
Minister Cooper in seeking to
ovorcorao what difficulties thoro
may bo in tho Board's pathway
has the solid support of tho peo
plo. AVhthor tho Council of
State wou' ! havo authority to act
in matter is to bo seriously questioned.
NI1V4 Pllllt.IO WOIIKM lOI.U'Y.
What authority have tho loeulj
officials to spend money on the
improvement of Uuitcd States
property? is a quootion that fol
lows the go ahead movomout of
tho Cabinet. Tho question also
arises whother tho bouds of the
Republic of Hawaii will bo worth
anything on tho market, since
tho Republic of Hawaii is no
more. These nre good questions
to bring up for discussion so t) at
tho people may know just what
they aro doing.
Under the Nowlands Besolu
tiou all property of Hawaii was
turned over to tho United States.
The '-nint is now raised that tho
local taxpayers aro spondiug theii
monoy for the improvement of
United States property; that the
United States is soon to rob the
islands of its largest individual
source of income, tho customs
It is truo that tho harbors of
Hawaii are now tho property of
tho United States; it is truo that
tho ltepublic of Unwaii no longer,
exists. Wo do not understand,
liowevor, that tho Hawaiian Isl
ands should go out of tho im
provement business entirely.
While the harbors are now actual
ly tho property of tho United
States, it stands to reason that
with tho possible exception of
Pearl harbor, they will be ceded
back to tho territory. Hawaii
will probably bo given the Barae
legal titlo to its harbors that the
various states of tho Union have.
While the Republic of Hawaii
no longer exists, tho torritory still
stands beuind the bonds nuthor
iznd by the previous legislatures
Should a local legislature attempt
to repudiate bonds issued by a
urovious governraout, thoro would
at least bo lively times hero aud we
do not believe such action could
As to the reduction iu tho in
come, it is also true that tho in
d -badness of tho torritory is to be
cut down four millions. Thu
when tho now territorial life is
ouco established, Hawaii will start
into business with a very small
In the list of improvomcuts
mapped out by tho Executivo we
nolo uothing that may be regarded
a. a useless expoudituro of public
fuudd, nothing which a future
legislature might put down ao des
tructive to tho publio welfare and
tho more complete development of
tho islands. If tho Executive can
not spend monoy under tho lute
loan act, wo should advocate a
spocial dispensation from Presi
dent McKiuley so that work can
bo forwarded. These aro solid
improvements, and any doloy
means that tho development of
tho islands is arrested for an indi
tiuito period, six mouths at lciiBt.
Some ono has suggested that
tho Executivo has designated a
large portion of tho improvements
to the outside districts in ordor to
gain tho political friendship of
hithorto opponents. This may be
truo but wo doubt it. At nil events
tho Executivo is wolcomo to all the
additional political support they
gam thereby. As appointees of
Preaidrtut McKiuloy, members of
tho Executivo nre outsido tho
lealm of puliticnl possibilities.
Sir Thomns Liptou rocontly
raiulo n proaent of $10,1)00 to tin
Amerieuu charitable object. Hnr
pora AVeokly tells us that this
contribution who raiulo through
tho eociety of tho Sons of tho
American .Revolution. This in
cidont bIiowh how much this
society, whoso merabors havo to
prove that tlioir "grHiiddiiB helped
Hole tho Dritirih," injuroH the
fnondly fueling between lintidh
and American citiznim.
Soeretnry A Iyer has requeued
tho liibiduiit to ordor n tlioiouyh
and soHi'ehiuf' investigation of tin
War Department. In this request
tho S ert'tury has boon joined by
Adjutant Gcuoral Corbin. No de
cis oil Juts beon rcnolipd yet by tho
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.
Special Meeting of tho Stockholder
of tho Vnlon 1'eetl Company, I.'ttl., will
bo held nt the Company's olllee on Wed
nesday, the 28th Inst. at 10 o'clock a. in.,
to I'OtiMlilerthenccuptanroof tho amend
moiitM of the Charter of tho Company
granted by the Minister of tho Interior
on the 1st day of Septollllior, 1898.
V. It. VII)A,
Secretary of the Union Feed Co., L'ttl.
GEAB, LAMNG & CO,
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock and Ilonds bought ami sold undor
tho rules and In tho Ixiard
rooms of tho
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during the present week. You
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but we must have room now.
You can save from 2 5 per cent
to 50 per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
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