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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 17, 1898.
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street, Honolulu, II I., by the
BULLliTIN PUH1.ISHING COMPANY.
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DANIEL LOGAN ....
. City Editor
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Business Oft.ce 'J ."II. DJItorlal Rooms, Mil),
Pnstofiice Unx 401
MONDAY, OCT. 17, 18!)8
Anothor ultimatum to Turkpy
InB been rallied by tho Towers
This will probably receive the
usual (linlmuntiu utt.'iition of the
Turk nothing more.
When TTi'- jmpors offer no can
didate, for the 'lawnii jndg"Mhip
ono naturally pnppomjs Hint they
will bo satisfied with ft selection
from Houolulu members of the
Seattle's next steamer to this
port is thn Ccntenninl nnd tho
City of Columbia is fnst becoming
a centpiiRriiiu of tho locil courts.
If tho lino slays iu basiuo-is it
will win tho mime of the old reli
" Nntionnl issues lire para
mount " is tho campaign cry that
comes from tho States. Notwith
standing tho lecent annexation of
this territory the politicians spend
thoir ouergies iu the rear rank,
not even moving to pel into line
and march forwaid with tho na
tional political organizations. Jt
is true that annexation is by no
menus comph to
Young meu who have not yet
douo f-o Rlumld look into the
merits of the Wnvorley Club, ll
is nu institution that fills n pKe.
not occupied by any other in Ho
nolulu. Properly sustained its
capacity for bnuttiting young men
cannot be mensuied. Thopriii
of its privileges is a trifle, espe
cially compnred with tspendituns
worse than profitless.
Mugwump orgaus uro trying to
prove that tho Kepublicau pnr'y
has no s ttled policy regarding the
handling of the new inland do
mains. This ii another display of
intentional ignorance. In c-vory
instance, whore opportunity Iiiih
offered the Bepublican party has
put itsolf on record for holding all
the terriloiy gained, and President
McKinloy is obtaiuing all the in
formation possible preparatory to
mapping out a scheme of govern
ment. If this is not tho develop
ment of a btrong policy we would
like to know what to coll it. What
troubles tho Mugwumps is the
strength of tho policy and its pop
ularity with the people.
John F. Bass a correspondent at
tho front in tho Philippines says n
good word for tho Filipinos who
paved tho way for tho Ameiican
troops to march into the trenches
close to Mauila. "While Dowoy was
wailing for troops, Aguinnldo'a
men forced tho Spiuish b.ck
through a section of banibou
swamp which would havo beon
piirticiilnrly hard ground for tho
Americans to fight over. Bass in
fers that tho insurgent is n t get
tint? ns much credit for his work
os is his just duo. Tho piincipal
trouble with Aguinnldo's men
seems to bo that thoy put too
broad on interpretation on tho
adoco "to the victors belong tho
spoils." Thoy h'-vo bad dobts of
lnnr? standing to pay up and it is
next to impossible for them to
love thoir Spanish Jeiiomies after
tho tide of b'Utle turns in favor of
a m:ai. minsxioN.
Here is something for the legnl
lights on tho big island to con
sider. Apropos of tho matter of
candidates for tho office (perhaps
otlices iu tho plural number) of
circuit judgeship in tho ord nnd
lth judicial circuits, our attention
has beui called to the following
query: Is it legal or not to ap
point ouo iucumbout only to hold
tho two judicial circuits in tho
island of Hawaii ? Act 57, to reor
ganize tho Judiciary Department,
which was mado law in tho lottor
part of 1892, created fivo circuits,
tto inland of Hawaii constituting
the Hid and lth circuits.
When tho law was enacted,
there wero twocirc'it judges for
tint island, namely, Hon. S. L.
Austin, who was mado circuit
judgo for tho !!rd circuit, and
Hon. F. S. Lyman, who was made
circuit judge for the lth circuit,
and it was thou stipulated by sec
tion 81 of enid Act (pnge 121,
Lnwa 1S'J2 that upon tho first ex
piration of one of the two commis
sions existing at the timo, the
remaining judgo should
theieafter bo tbo ex. officio judge
of both circuits. Judgo Lynmu's
commission was tho first to ex
pire, and Judgo Austin remained
as enlo judgo for both circuits.
Thero was theroforo authority
f.r him to hold both circuits. But
those who profess to know state
that ou ex officio appointment no
1 'Uger survives, in other words,
that tho legislation which specially
pertained to Judgo Austin and
Lyman has sinco become
lapsed. This contention is further
suptortcd by the fact that said
section 81 has beon omitted from
tho recently compiled Civil Laws,
and consequently thero is now no
law authorizing the appointment
of ouo person to hold tho two cir
cuits. If it is correct to hold that no
exofficio appointment can now be
made, then it is claimed that the
late Judge Hitchcock has held the
office as circuit judgo of both cir
cuits without authority of law.
Another contention is, thnt if
thero is nu'.hority to appoint a
poison permanently residing iu
llilo to bo circuit judge for tho
Kohala circuit, why may not a
person living on tho island of Ma
ui, being tho second circuit, be
also eligible for the place ? "Every
judgo of a circuit court shall reside
in the circuit for which he is ap
pointed," says the law. By refer
ence to tho law on tho subject, it
cannot be doubted that it contem
plates the nppointment of those
residiug in their reapectivo cir
cuit'), at least tho incumbent should
not bo a transient person or tra
veler. We leave, however, the rest
of the argument for our Hilo con
The next reports from tho States
will doubt dless toll of tho harvest
of quite a crop of good Indians in
Football ployprs of tho garrison
improved tho opportunity which
tho baseball boys raissod for mak
ing a record as playing the gamo
of truo sportsmen and gontlenn n.
If Aguinaldo should bo givon a
good position at S500 a month and
expenses as Iiob beon offered Gar
cia, the complaints from tho Phil
ippine iiiHiirgonts would unques
tionably show a romarkablo de
oroaso. A. Snntor, reporting for n Com-
mitteo to tho Oloa Coffee Planters'
Association, says thero aro 20,000
ocrps in Oloa of good sugar Innd
nnd half this land put under culti
vation will yield a 50,000 to 00,000
tow crop. If this bo proved truo
tho ond of tho oxpansion of tho
sugar industry is not in sight.
Annual nif otiug of W. 0. T. U.
will bo hold At tlio rosidonco of
Mrs. J. M. Whitney, Pimuhon,
tomorrow nt 2:30.
H. M. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company,
Halifax, N. S.
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W A.ineral
Cylinder Oil and Marine En
gine Oil for overa year, and I
can recommend them as giving
first-class lubrication in every
way, and they can be relied on
to do good work all around.
T. W. JOSE,
Pacific Hardware Co,, Lid.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
BEAR, LANSING k CO.,
210 Kino Street.
Stot'k mid llomts bought uml sold under
tho rules and In tlio board
rooms of tlio
Honolulu Stock Exchange
I'ersons wishing to obtain bo.ml nt
Miikiiwao, Jbuil, cm bo accommodated
nt MILS. II. I). ISAIIjKY'S.
Torino, $10 par weak. O.'iB-flin
MADAMKLKVANWAY, ofS. V.
MRS. I), i:. CHAMHKRS, of X. Y,
73 Berctnnm street,
Honolulu, H. 1,
I1JN1UW Ui.JX,tlii.UrJJiO 11
In many Deigns and Patterns. We can make any style
vehicle that you want.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
TV. AV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
10:H V l-'OKT STKKCT, A1IOVK IIOTJJU
LACE CURTAINSYOHR OWN PRICE.
Wo lmvo 300 pairs of LACE OUltTAIXS,
which "vo "will soil from
7S Cents to S7.SO
A puir to clean out tho consigninoiit.
city euuniturT stoee.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Blools., 534-536 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
tjoods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
lias just received n now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
ER1ES with tlio Stars and
Stripes on each sheet of paper,
with EiiA'olopos to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotorios at 25o a box !
Regular 50o Tablots at 35c
each! Regular 25o Tablots
at 20o each ! A Special Tab-
lot for tho Boys in Blue at
a srKciAiiiiY low imuck!
316 Fort Street,
N. S. Sachs Dry
WE ARE OFFERING
Domestic Department This Week. 3
. AVo havo just
Our Second Big Shipment 2
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS i
Ranging from 35c.
A Complete Assortment of 2 L
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 3
Do not fail to examine this stock.
Wo mipposo, lioocr, that thorc uro
ftonio coplo on tlio Islands wlio tiling
inu that our talk nbnut our
$10, $12 nnd ?15
lH"HniB." If there wero not mu-h poo
nlo wo would bo soiling nil tlio mou'h
elothoH worn In town. If nny nwn who
thinks thin wny a111 come here and buy
one of thetto Milts, nnd nfter he gets It
home finds It fnulty In Htyle, lit, inntc
rlnl ami IUiIhIi, and decides It is not
worth whnt ho ild for It, wo will glvo
him Ills money back without a quibble.
Think n little! Such a eontnut Is a
lognl contract, and no ollor could bo
9 Hotel Street : : WaYGrlGy BlOCl
Agenta for Dr. Deimol'a Linen-Most
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolonhono Xo 070.
417 KUUAKU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes and Jewelry.
All work Euaranteed. Tnlrtyfivejears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my Btore, where tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing ntid now work
both. Pins, rlga, bracelets, watch
H. G. B1ART, - 404 Fort St.
to 7.50 per doz. S
,'' g mErJTi
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First Edition now ready.
PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS.
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MotroB, SwItchoH, otc, in llrst-cliiss run
ning ordor; sumo inn be ean!ly run by
any sorvnnt In n very short timo. The
colls cannot bucklo or short circuit.
For further Information apply nt the
Hawaiian Kloctrio Co. 1037-tf
nn. woon has hkmovkd his
Rasldonca to Thurston Avoliuo. Tho
Ofllct'H on Ilorctuutii "slicol uro rotnluod.
Ollleo hourn nfttir October lfith will he:
0 to 11 a. in.; "to 1 p. m.;7.M0to8:30
ft. in. Sundays: 0 to 11 a. in. only.
Ollleo Tolopliouo No. (112.
IlosldoneoTolophono No. 8.11. 1038-lm