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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., HEPTEMBEll "2V IBM.
dbllsheJ fcvery Day, cucpt Sunday, At io King
street, Honolulu, tl. 1., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. K. TAttKINCiTON EJItor
DANIEL LOGAN Clly EJIIor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands ..I .75
Pet year " " " 8
Per year, postpaid, to Amerka.CanaJa orMexko 10 00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries . 1 3 00
"Payablc Invariably In advance.
Business Oflue !l.ill. Editorial Rooms, 1(111,
PoMoffice Hox, 404.
THU11SDA2, SEPT. 29, 1898
Tbo Forty Club swings into
lino and tnkos up tho political
ratirch. Hooray boys; tho nioro
In view of the Supreme Court's
decision, members of tho Council
of Stnto should devoto their ntteu
tion to tho doGuition of nu
Tho rann who tries to figuro out
the exnet stntua of tho llepublic
of Ilnwnii, whnt its oflicinls hnvo
n right to do or uot to do, travel
nrouml nn endless circle ns the
person lost in tho woods.
Union pnrty is nnfopon book, nnd
wo do not understand that this
organization seeks to represont
any moro or uny less of the people
than nro shown on its books.
The people this pnrty does repre
sent hnvo showen thomselvps to
bo a strong American element.
Tho nugorof the Advertiser is due
to tho fact its constituents hnve
lost tho following of tho strong
minority without gaining nny nd
ditionnl support from llnwaiinu
nnd Portuguese) majority. If the
American Union pnrty hns been
too honest in making public whnt
it desires, this is a fault which tho
Advertiser constituents can never
bo accused of.
"Jim" Hill hns purchased th
Baltimore ifciOhioto bo conducted
as part of tho transcontinental
r ute of tho Groat Northern. The
millions represented in this com
binntiou sent tho City of Colum
bia to this port ns a feeler. "While
the pionoor ship has not met with
mnrked success, wo do uot undut
stand thnt Ilnwnii hns heard tl o
last of "Jim" Hill.
Ai)vi:iiTisi:it ami .MiMiiiiTins.
Tho morning organ attompts to
bolittlo tho 800 votes polled h
tho Amoricnu Union party at tin
Inst election. In view of the pnsi
political history of this country,
this is really funny.
Those 800 votos wero sufficient
ly large for tho Advertiser to
claim that "wo the people of Ha
waii desire annexation." Thos
800 votes wero sufficient to con
trol tho whole system of Ilnwnii
an republicanism which tLo Ad
vertiser supported for five yonrp.
Ttoao 800 votes wore strong
onough to put President Dolo, hi
cabinet nnd tho legislature in
offico and hold them thoro; the)
woro all powerful in working out
tho American policy at this ond
of tho lino; they wero tho support
ing bnckbono of President Dole,
whon tho Advertiser crowd
sought to doclaro tho neutrality
of Hawaii in Spanish war.
Tlnse 800 minority votos wen
what cave tho Advortisor its office
as tho government organ with tbt
various emoluments consequent
thereto. It is not long since Ilit
Advertiser was swenring nt God
kin, Harpors Weekly and the
Argonaut for dnring to cnll tin
Hnwaiian llepublic nu oligarchy
under minority rule.
Now tho Advertiser wints to
know about tho 8000 Hawaiinu
votes. Strange indoed that our
contemporary never thought of
these votes before. It sooks to
bolittlo tho strength of tho party
that has dono tho business of tin
couutry for fivo years, supposedly
that it may boom a gubernatorial
minority caudidato opposed to the
American Union party.
It is a wollknown fact thnt any
enndidnto tho Advertiser hns bu
jested cannot command -100 voti p
drawn from tho American Union
party, tho Hawniians ond tho l r
tuguoao combined. Thus from
the stnndpoint of tho Adverturr
campaign, 800 votes ib a pretty
Wo havo no excuses to offer ns
to tho moril right or wrong of
pnst politic l history h r. It cor
tainly was n necossnry faotor to
seouro full Amorican control.
The record of tho American
Tho Portuguese pioneors cor
tainly have roason to look back
upon tho career of tho Portuguese
colony in this country with satis
ficd pride. For tho twenty years
ond ing today those people hnve
shown themselves, lawabidinc,
hard working citizons and tukou
as n wholo their record is as good
nnd in eomo respects better than
thnt of any foreign colony. Tlioy
enrao horo to strougthon tho work
iug arm of a developing industry.
Contracts woro fulfilled and al
t lough tho planters and Portu
gueso havo not always boon parti
cipants in industrial lovo feasts,
tho clnss of labor Portugueeo hnve
given Hnwniiis by no moans to be
Tho Portuguese woro pioneors
in the same senso ns tho Ameri
cans through tho west. Thoy be
,'an in the fields. Thomeasuro of
iiiccotiB obtained has been gained
hy beginning i.t tho bottom, in
ho fields, and forcing their wa
into tho business and commercial
life of tho country by dint of hnrd
work nnd busiuoss acumen. Tin
majority of tho laborers direct from
Portugal do not register high on
tho scale of "book learning" in
tolligeuce. Thoy havo, however,
established homes here nnd have
beeu eareful to givo their children
advantages that will assist in plac
ing thorn on the highest plane of
Have large lines of
seasonable goods. A lew
(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.
iN. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.!
imu vriuAi school i:.Mi:iuii;.cY
KsmtM,,,.. ..mi .i,, . I'-iiLic ir,1, .1
Unless the Bulletin is mixed
i itb dates, the last omorgoney ap
pr priation mado by the Council
of State was S10.000. for Presi
dent Dole's trip to WaBhiuctoD.
Without seoking to detract from
tho importance of Mr. Dolo's trip,
it seems fair to placo tho Industrial
School item on a par with this last
ippropriation as regards tbo
omergency part of it. Tho
Supremo Court hns declared that
he Council is answerablo to no
ouo on tho scoro of what matters
it considers proper to net upon.
This docision is unexpected but
tho Supremo Court says so and
that ends it. Tho fundB soon to
be asked for nro to bo used in the
development of our educational
system, jtho importance of which
no ono cau discount. Tho Board
of Education, scomB to havo mado
a very good bargain on tho.pro
perty purchased. Tho m st im
portant feature howover is tho fact
that delay now menus u dolny in
-stablishiug au industrial school
for girls. No ono can deny that
there should bo somo provision
for uofortunato wayward girls
other than Oahu prison. It has
been shown that to thrust young
people into prison tends to a con
tinuanco in a life of crimo. By
putting forward tho restraining
hind offered by tho industrial
school system, many boys and
girls nre saved from tho pnths of
sin. Unless it can bo clearly
shown thnt tho Legislature posi
tively "sat ou" and iutontionally
squelched this itom of 810,000,
for what nppeared as good nnd
sufficient roason, tho po ple will
bo inclined to advocate tho appro
priation of tho money by tho
Council of State.
A dividend will 1k duo nnd mndo lny-
nlJo to tho MoekholdcrH of tho OIA-
W'AI.U COMPANY nt tho offleo of W. O.
Irwin ,fc Co., Limited, on Friday, tlio
HOtli insUint. Tho stock books of tho
Company will bo closed totmnsfors from
Tuowlny, Soptonibor 27th, to Satunluy,
October 1st, 1808.
xv. r. oiiTAiti),
A dividend will bo duo nnd mndo paya
ble totho stockholders oft lio Waliimtmlo
Sugar Company, nt tho otlloo of W a.
Irwin ,t CouiMiiy, Limited, on Friday,
the JtOth instant. Tlio stock bookH of tho
Comiiuny will boclosod to transform from
Tuemliiy, .Septoinbor 27th, to Saturday
Octolier 1st, It-OS.
ji. m. wiiit.nm:y.
1025-gt Secretary '
Persons wishing to obtain board nt
Mnknwno, Mnul, can bo nccommodated
at MHS. II II. IiAII.KY'S.
Tonus, 810 lKirwook. 0,rr-0ni
fc If you are
e Fabrics in
5 Dress Goods
E a call.
We are showing this week 3
some exceptional E2
Bargains in 5
BLACK AND COLORED 1
Goods, but e
Real, Honest 3
We want you to look at 2
them and compare 3
our prices. 3
ML S. SACHS DKY GOODS CO. 2
Tlio IP e o p 1 ' s
Why Don't You Advertise ?
Advertises itself. It is low-grade iiarness thnt 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,
A dividend w ill bo duo nnd m.ido payn
blo nt tbo ollleo of W. (5. Irwin A- Compa
ny, Limited, to tlio StoekholdurH of tbo
Hawaiian Sugar Company on Friday tlio
,'IOtli instant. Tlio stock bookH of tlio
Company will bo dosed to transfer from
Tuesday, Soplombor 27th to Saturday
Octobor lxt, lbOS).
V. 1. IIOI'I'KU,
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Crayons! Q
School Lunch JJoxos!
Anil ovorytlring else
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT I
316 Fort Street,
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
ejoods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2 $ per cent
to JO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
Doosn't menu yon'ro nlwnys trying
To solcct tbo cbcnpOKt kind of trash:
Hut In getting for your dollar
A SUIT to mnko youdnneonnd "bollor"
'Cnuse you've got n. bargain for your
Then lift to whnt wo toll you
And bownro of tliom who'd soil you
Somo chonp SUIT they'd claim Is Just
For they hold ono to your neighbor
Which was mndo by vngnint lnbor,
And nro looking for another victim If
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmei's Llnen-Meab
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
W. W. DimonrJ & Co.
The People's Store,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadow etl by bigger ones.
We Make Shirts to Order.
SCHOOL CHILDREfL '
Nona batter. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready.
PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published nud for sale only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.i
Rtpiln fine conpllcaUJ Watchei, Clocks, Music
uoxts ana jeweiry.
All work guaranteed. Thirty five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last etoamer from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
la done repairing anil new work
both. Pins, rhgs, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St,
LADIES - -
n HOW NIG will Ik) iilonsoil to nlueo
tholr onlors with us. l'erfeet fl tlmr
lBhtun.1 con.fortahlo, suited to tl "in
illvldual wooror. 8lcolchon nnd winiite,
urnlHhed nnd guaranteed n Cro" tltlt
wltliout iiersounl Intorview. I"UU,IH
73 BeretanFa Street,
Directly back of Hawaiian Hotel.
MADAMU LK VANWAY nio w
MI1S. D. K. OHAMIlKlls,' ofS Y.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
210 King Street.
Stoek and HoihIh bought nnd sold nnd,
tho rnloH and In tlio board
rooms of tho
' Honolulu Stock Exohanj;
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