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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 1, 18J8.
Published Every Day, excert Sunday, at tio King
ttrtet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing company.
iW. R. FARRINGTON Editor
'DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
THURSDAY, DEO. 1, 1898,
i Now thoy aro talking about a
IRoobovoU ninohino in opposition
Mo Piatt. Tho pcoplo can bo euro
( that thoro will bo lotB of good
, Btrong material in any political
i machino Roosevolt designs.
Commissioner Sbinglo is still
bard at it, and doing most excel
i lent work. Hawaii ia fortunate in
i having Mr. Sbinglo located wbero
j bo can put tho conservative bluo
', pencil tbrougb tourist booming
"Tbo conclusion now is that
tbo American laws on Chinese
" immigration aro to bo enforced by
tbo customs authorities hero un
! der' the inspection of J. K. Brown,
Mopresontativo of tho Treasury
I Department at WasLington."
Thus snys tho morning organ.
i "What other conclusion was there
to come to? Was it supposed
that the Cabinet would tell tho
Washington authorities tbat their
directions could not bo carried
Tho Bulletin's reporter of tho
'planters' meetings is only a tritle
less practically familiar with tho
geography and topography of Ma
bukona and Kawaibae than tho
venerable geographer of tbo Star.
"While extending bis notes of Mr.
Horner's papor bo was thinking
of tbo splondid work done by Mr.
Baldwin on Maui and tbat is bow
"Maui" was unconsciously written
instead of "Hawaii." Every con
stant writer for tho press has bad
experience of such curious Blips
of tho pen.
It is interesting to note tbat tbo
opponents of expansion are prao-
tically revaaipiug tbo old Stato's
right doctriuo that brought on tbo
civil war. Another feature of the
day tbat has yet to bo oxplaiuod
is bow tho advocates of Hawaiian
annexation can consistently op-
poBO tbo policy tbat takes in Porto
Rico and tho Philippines. Tho
American principal involved is
tbo same. Tbo rainuto Undo Sam
stepped off the continent, tho
larger navy, tho largor army, tl-o
increaso of Federal power wore at
CO.(Jlti:SS KOO.V MKKTH.
Next Monday the United States
Congress assembles for what is to
Hawaii ono of the most important
' sessions for years. It is tho Con
, gresemon of this session who will
decide whether Hawaii is to bo
Americanized promptly or wheth
or it is to drivol along for months
undor a fast and looao ordor of af
fairs that will accomplish no poli
tical benefits and will certainly
not havo a salutary influonco up
on thoso citizens of tho torritory
to whom tho liberality and excel
lenco of tho American systom has
Loon preached for yoars.
j This iB ono of tho short sessions
i usually notod for the lack of posi
' tive work done. Congress meets,
and adjourns for tbo holidays and
Beldom, if evor, gots down to busi
ness until tho second week in Jan
i uary, thus giving about Bix woeks
for actual work. Tho timo limi
, tation adjournB the session on the
i,; 4th of March.
Appropriation bills usually tako
up a great amount of timeand tho
closing hours ofton witnoss a groat
hustling to finish these impor
tant measuros with which politi
cians play their gamos. It is com
paratively easy to sido track pub
lic measures in this short session,
and if tho Hawaiian Commission's
roport is handled promptly, as it
should bo, Hawaii will bo lucky.
In ovont of diliatory moveraont
(jin acting on the Commission's ro
port, .tho chances seem to bo in
favor of an not of CongrosB ex
tending Amorican tariff, shipping
and postal laws. Tho Umtod States
treasury and United Statoa mer
chants aro losing monoy every
day tbo prosont tariff system
romains in vogue. If tho
conditions aro not changed
tbo local morcbant and tbo buyers
of tbo United States will havo
nearly a full year in which to load
up with European and Oriental
goods coming in horo undor tho
low Hawaiian tariff. Thoro is
nothing to prevent Amorican
merchants buying in foroign
markots and having tbo goods
held hero uutil tho tariff laws aro
oxtonded. In fact thoy would
not be half awake if thoy failed to
take advantage of tho opportunity.
Local morchants aro also bound
to inako tho best of tho advantago
of J tariff delays. It is no secret
tbat foreign imports aro vory
largo at eastern ports just boforo
tbo passago of a higher rato tariff
Taken from an Amorican stand
point wo can 8oo no rouson why
if Hawaii is Amorican territory, it
should not bo governed by Amo
rican laws in departments other
Police Court Nolra.
In the Polico Court this foro-
noon the following cases wore dis
posed of: Ah Ka, che fn bank
ing 50 and costs; Ah Ho and Ah
Mut, che fa tickets in possession.
$15 and costs each; Ah Mut,
opium in possession, S50 and
costs; Harold Kanuha, vagrancy,
two months imprisonment at bard
I'rklni; One Day Lair.
Nows was recoivod by H. Hack
fold & Co. on tho last steamer to
tho effect that the City of Poking
would leave Yokohama a day late.
According to that, she should havo
beon hero yesterday but tho fact
that sho is very dirty aftor tho re
cent trip to Manila iB probably the
reason for hor additional doluy.
ArrPat for Korgry.
Annio Kino has been arrosted
for forging tho namo of D. H.
Kabaulelio, representative from
Labaina, for tho sum of $500. The
straDgo part of tho whole thing is
the fact that Mr. Kabaulelio has
no account at the bank whoro an
attempt to get tho money was
Very Ut Cargo.
Tho cargo brought from China
and Japan by tho tramp stoamcr
Hupeb amounted to 1G22 tons, tho
Inmost caroo that has over beon
brought horo in a steamer from
Uhincso and Jnpaneso ports.
Yoe Chong lias loiight tho storo of
Soon Look, at corner of Miller and Horo
tmila streets, and ho will not bo respon
sible for any debts contracted by said
Soon "Look prior to and aftor November
Gth, 1808. 10S0-1W
Notlro Is lioroliy glon that tho part
nership heretofore existing botweou II.
Kloiiinio und II. A. Juun, in tho saloon
business on Ntuianu stroot, Ifonohihi,
II. I., known as thu Louvre Saloon,
under tho linn tunic, and stylo of
Kluinmo it Juon, has tills day been (lis
solved, and that II. A. Juon has this day
purchased all tho right, tltlo and Interest
of II. Klommo in und to said Louvro
Saloon and business ami proporty, and
Is now tho solo and excluslvo owner
thoreof j and all persons ludobtod thoro
to aro horeby requested to inako puy
liient thereof to II. A. .Iiion, who alono
is uuthorizod to rocelvo and receipt for
D.itod Honolulu, II. I., Novombor2!Uli,
House Lot on Kalll street, at Kalihl.
Illouse and Lot it Ifallhl ,.,
nuu ana 1.01 un roung street; 75x15$.
Lot at Kamolllilll, about i acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 75x115.
Three Lots opposite McKee Island,
next to MacdomlJ's.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract Site so x
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE and
L.K. M'GREW, '
Wo aro now opening a lino of
Comprising Iitiggy, Hiding,
DogSnako, Hawaiian, etc., otc.
In Whnlobono, Mnlaccn, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Rawhldo.
Call and got tho first choice
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.,
2J Thft Tmfltfinafifin
J! Supplies a
& Great Part, of the
2J Pleasures of
In no case is this so well il
lustrated as in the fact that
many men will pay outrag
eously high prices to have
their clothes made to meas
ure because they imagine
they get n sort superior to
ready made. So they do,
unless they get the famous
Sten-Bloch clothes, every
garment of which bears the
These clothes please the
imagination and insure the
sense of being well dressed,
and save one-half the price
which one would pay to a
Will you have a look at
these clothes to-day ?
Merchant and Fort Streets
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from S
cents to $75. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments of merchandise in our
various lines, which will enable
us to fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
W. W.. Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
MADAME LB VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. K. CHAMnEIW, of N. Y.
73 Beretanla street,
Honolulu, R. I.
I 4 W
Will Appear In the Great Play,
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Scats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co. 'a.
"VTo havo just received nn entirely now lot,
ranging from 1.25 to $10 por pair.
In wliito and colors. Elegant Designs, llcas
onablo Prices !
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
"Wo havo just recoivod.
II Bignmont of CONING BODY
arm otucr voniclcs.
Honolulu Carriage ilanufactory
W. "VV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOUT STltEET, A150VE HOTEL.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. W. E. TAYLOR.
OFFICE: Corner Rlcharda and liore-
tnnlaSts. Ofllco Hours: 10 to 4.
Tolcpliono 617. 1035
DR. WALTER HOFFMAN.
CORNER HEHETANIA AND PUNCH-
onico Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. in. j 7 to 8 p. m. SutuliiyH: 8 to 10
a. in. Tolcpliono 010. P. O. Box C01.
DR. C. L. GARVIN
Olllco: C37 Kino Stiikkt, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. US
Hours: 8 to 9 a. m.; 2 to 0 p. m.j
0 to 7 p. m.
On and aftor Novombor 1st, 1898, Dr.
J. T. Way son's ofllco hours will b :
Wook days, 10 a. in. to 3 p. m.: 0:30 to
7:30 p, in. Sundays, 10 a. in. to 12 in.
WW teS DECORATING AND NATURAL
SS 9St WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
1070 Next to Polico Station
110 Hotel btroct.
on tho Wilder, a lnrrm mn.
Half Way Between Honolulu
flnl 4-1 . " -, i. O
miu me vjrem ocenic
Accommodations for Han and Beast I
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanu Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A, F. FRANCA, - Proprietor.
Eleotion of Officers.
Notleo Is heroby glvon Hint nt the An
nual Mooting of tho Oahu Sugar Com
pany, Limited, hold In Honolulu, No
vombor 28, 1808, tho following Oillcers
and Directors wero eloctod to sorvo for
tho onsulngyoar :
LIST OF OFFICERS:
Paul Isonborg, I'rosldont.
H. F. Dillingham, 1st Vice-President.
M. P. Robinson, 2nd Vlco-Prosidont,
J. F. Hackold, Troasuror.
W. F. Allon, Auditor.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS :
S. C. Allon, F. J. Lowroy, W. Woltors,
J. A. McCandloss and ox-olllclo : Paul
Isenberg, B'. F. Dillingham, M. P. Rob
inson, J. F. Hackold, Ed. Suhr.
Tho Kamohameha Alumni Ao
eooiation frill moot tomorrow
night. Tho time was changed on
acoonnt of tho inability of Attor
ney Qoneral Smith to be presont
6fenriiitliBS . tJMLi.-ii.
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