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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. 1., OCTOUElt 4, 1898.
PuNlsheJ Every l)jy, except Sunday, t tio Kins;
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
K. R. FARHINGTON E"or
DANIEL LCXiAN City UJItof
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian UlanJs ...$ .75
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Per year, poxpaM.tn America Cin.iJn or Mexico 10 oo
Per) ear, postpaid, other lorelRn counttle .... 1300
PayaWe Invariably In advance.
Business Oftite 'i.VI. tJltorlal Rooms, HID.
Postotnce Box, 404.
TUESDAY, OCT. 1, 1808
Tho Citizen's Guiird should bo
reiuly for service ou tho next ynr
rison priy dnv.
Whilo tho volunteers lmvo
bIiowu themselves excellent lighter-",
tho regulars have won the
laurels for excelleuco of discipline
niul sternly attention to business nt
Some of tho Now York boys nro
evidently trying to innk a record
for themselves sim ilnr to tho Jlough
Hitlers who amused themselves by
revolver prnctiso ou Brooklyn
When Uilo builds a monument
to the mon who started tho Cham
bur of Commerce, tho fathers of
tho hamlot should not forgot to
put Jim Stacker's namo near the
head of tho list.
Veterans of tho Spanish war
aro not slow in organizing. 13o
foro Koosovelt's Rough Riders
loft camp they had organized a
society to keep alivo tho memories
of the Santiago campaign.
Thero is evory indication of n
rouewod fight on American ship
ping laws. The men who desire
to put foroigu built ships under
tho Amt-rican flag aro getting
numerous as demands of tho car
rying trade inrrense.
Public improvements will cor
tinuo the forward march whether
this is tho United States of Hawaii
or tho Hawaiian American Re
public. It mi'atiB work for
laborers who need it. Tho bondx
well, its two to ono that tin
bonds, will sell at par anyway.
Tho A'lvortiser at last talks a
little sense. Tho governorship of
Hawaii will bo decided in Wash
ington and tho iuiluenco of one or
two congressional dologatioua will
have more important bearing on
tho subject than all tho mtmorialti
and votes that tho pooplo of this
territory can muster in tho next
ten years. Tho pipo liuos aro all
protty woll laid and unfortunately
for tho hopes of our coutompor
ary, Now York and Ohio delega
tions besides others too numerous
to mention belouc to that horrible
typo of politicians who recognize
orgauizatious and beliovo tho first
rulers of new Amorican territory
should bo full pledged American
Tho Star must have slipped its
trolley whon it sought to sand bag
tho Cabinot with tho I-ocbonsteiu
incident. Fortunately or unfortu
nately this paper iB not an apolo
gist for tho Cabinot but it believes
in fair treatment. Mr. Lnoben
stein is hired by tho survey de
partment by tho day. It is not to
bo supposod that the law against
mombers of tho Legislature hold
ing ollico iutofd-os with a man's
regular business. If Mr. Loeben
Btoiu is not a gool workman, tho
Government ought to "firo" him,
but this is tho only basis ou
which ho should bo roliovcd of tho
work given him. As a member of
tho Legi-lcit ire Mr. Lo-benstoin
bos a right to apply for wr.rk on
tho road at a dollar a day. As he
happens 'o bo a good hurvoyor wo
do not consid -r that tho govern
ment has no right to omploy him
when his si rvicog aro needed.
tui.o iiisim:sh jir.x.
The business activity shown by
tho citizen of Hilo iu organizing a
Chamber of Commorco is i?ceived
with satisfaction throughout the
group. Tho advantages of busi
ness organization cannot bo dis
counted, especially since tho coun
try is ontcriug upon a broader
cateor and tho time is boou to
come when tho say-so of eolect
political rings will not havo tho
satno intluouco in commorcial
affairs as in the past.
Tho time has gono by whon tho
wholo systom of government aud
tho men iu control can bo upset
by revolution, either for politi
cal or commorcial reasons. Men
appointed or elected will "stay
put" for tho full legal term of
ollico nnd their official acts will
stnud whether favorablo or un
favorable. In tho new national life, Ha
waii's interests must bo looked
after and tho great party orgauiza
tious must bo impressed so far as
possible with tho importance of
the business interests of this ter
ritory. This can only bo
accomplished by tho organi
zation and cooporation of re
presentative business men, aud
tho soonoi activo men of
all districts get into lino tho bet
ter. Furthermore our commorcial
organizations should placo them
selves in close touch with similar
bodies in tho Statos.
A good example of what cau bo
accomplished in legislation is
givou in tho recont bankruptcy
law passed by Congress. This
scbomo was started and steadily
bucked by tho commorcial or
ganizations of Now York. In its
appearauco beforo tho public aud
iu Congress, tho Torrey law was
nominally a western measure.
Tho Now Yorkers did not come to
tho surface becauso thoy know the
hnwl against Wall street would
immediate ly bo raised. Many
similar instances might be cited
where much valuablo legiblation
has been obtainod through tho iu
dtiumeutality of wido-awako busi
ness organizations. ,
It is supposed that tho primary
object of the Hilo Chambor Com
in -rco is to see to it that Honolulu
d its not get moro than its share.
That is all right. What is worth
hiving is worth fighting for in tho
busiuess world. Wo trust tho now
organization will prove itself an
active competing body. It will
braco up Honolulu and muko the
combiued efforts of tho business
mnn of the territory moro effective
as n factor in American busiuces
Nciv Yorkr 4'u!il Not Get liuviriitfi
Tho expected mnrchout of Co.
II, 1st Now York VoluntcorH, did
unt take placo this morning. It
whb not tho ruin that prevented it
either. Cnptain Hitchcock could
not get tho uso oE tho nrujy bng
giiljo wagons, because thoy wore
employed in hauling things from
tho troopship Pennsylvania, ur
rived yesterday afternoon from
Tho company will probably
take up tho lino of inarch tomor
row for the tour of this islaud.
It will bu out for ton days.
Itviirliiiuiiitnl mi tli" Street.
Two soldieis from the New York
Ilegimout, one a corporal and tho
other, r. private, woro walkiuy
down Fort street in a very hila
rioiiR mood this morning when
suddenly thoy woro confronted by
tho captain of thoir company.
I'hero was a sharp louturo for a
half minute aud then tho two sol
diers procooded out to camp.
DUIurliiMl (lult ur.Mulit.
Mrs. Krouso a colored Indy, was
up in tho Police Court Moiiday
morning on tho charpe of disturb
ing the quiot of tho night. Judgo
Wilcox spoko to her as follows:
"Mrs. Krouse, you como from a
naturally noisy family, members
of which I havo had boforo me at
different times and that husband
of youra takes tho cako. If ho cot
started, I don't blame you lor
mukiug a noiso. Now you go
Home and uolmo yourself."
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 Jwheel).
Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
implements. Shelf Hardware,
and many articles you have
been looking for.
0 3XT ICE
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BEAVER LUflGH pftjg.
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Persons u lulling to obtain board nt
Makawao, Mnni, ran bo ncconimodatod
at mhs. ii. ii. h.um:ys. !
Tonus, $10 oreok. 955-Oin '
Pacific Hardware Co,, Lid.,
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
Cabinet Makers' Work Benches.
CITY EDRN1TURE STOKE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love IBloolc, 534-536 Fort Street.
MADAME I.K VAXWAY, of S. P.
MKS. I). K. CIIAMHKUS, of X. Y.
73 Beretani.i street,
Honolulu, H. I.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And' everything olso
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PllICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
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e and Saturday,
the 6th, 7th & 8th, inst,
I N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS OO.
Sn The P e opl e's DProviciers. 3
" np"CD ryi GSryrrj TTSTTST
in To-day's Bulletin
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
doods 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 ?0 per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
The People's Store,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
We shall make a truly 2
REMARKABLE DISPLAY, I
embracing the very latest 3
productions from Paris, 2
London and New York. 3
Our Show Rooms!
have been entirely
us to show a much
large variety than
We have the choicest lot of
Trimmed Hats that ever
came to Honolulu.
Dooxn't liiciiiiyoii'ro always trying
To Nolcct tlio cliciiicst kliul of traNli:
Hut ill gottlng for your dollar
A SUIT to muko you iliim-o niul "lioller"
'Cause you've got ft bargain for your
Then list to what wo toll you
Anil Imw'nro of thoiu who'll soil you
S01110 cheap SUIT they'll clnlm In Just
For they sold ono to your nolghbor
Which wan iniulo by vagrant lauor,
And aro looking for another victim if
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