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Publljhei Every Diy, fxctpt SunJay, l no Klne
tired, Honolulu, II. 1., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.MPANY.
W. H FAHRINdTON
. . Editor
TUESDAY, DEC. (J, 1808.
Now watch tho ollieinl organ
throw up its hnt nnil cheor for
tho annexation of tho Philippines
nml tho wisdom o rresklput Mc
Kiuloy. It will rush to get in out
of tho wot as it did in thonoutrnl
MUltn IIKMOritATIC COWAIIIHCK.
After mulling over its lawbooks
four days tho Advertiser has dis
covered certain opinions which are
offered as proof that an American
who took tho conditional oath in
Hawaii is no longer an American
citizen. This is of course pleasing
to tho oflicial organ since it afford
au opportunity to again throw
mud at tho Americans in Hawaii
who forced tho local govemmont
to declare against neutrality.
As usual tho Advertiser has
fought shy of its original state
ment and gono off into a disserta
tion on expatriation. It has for
gotten its statement that tho Am
ericans who had taken tho condi
tional oath to Hawaii would re
quiru an act of Congress to make
them full Amoricau citizens. It
has no law to account for tho fact
that theso enmo Americans who
have taken tho oath to Hawaii re
turn to their country and their
rights of citizonship arc in
no way embarrassed. The
Advortiser wisely announces
that ovory man who took tho oath
to tho Republic is expatriated, and
must bo naturalized before taking
part in Araericaus affairs again. It
says "This is tho law."
Americans havfl token tho oath
in Hawaii, thoy have returned to
the United States, thoy havo re
ceived tho full rights of Amoricau
citizenship. This is tho fact, and
as beforo stated we suppose the
Advertisor will consider these
facts 08 evidonco of tho corruption
and cussedness of a wenK nation
unworthy of choers from loyal citi
zens. Tho Advertiser quotes pre
cise languogo, tho Bulletin quotes
Sinco tho Advertiser poses as a
Wnl dictionary, ns it has tho full
official power of tho government
behind it in fighting legalisms we
presnmo it will not bo iwerso to
answoring theso queries:
Has the Supremo Court of the
United States ever rondorcd 11 de
cision ou tho citizenship of Amer
icans who took tho conditional
oath in Hawaii ?
What was tho ruling of Secre
tary of State Frelinghuysen on the
question of citizonship ?
Has tho Advortiser any facts to
prove than an American who has
taken tho conditional oath in Ha
waii has "divested himsolf of hie
Americau citizonship, becomes an
alien, and losos all his forraor
Does tho Advertisor maintain
that tho attitudo of Secretary
Greshara toward Hawaii has not
beon repudiated by tho pooplo of
tho Uuited States?
It is interesting to note that the
Advertisor whon in search ol
arguments continually falls back
upon a repudiated ropresontative
of Domooratio cowardico in ordor
to prove its claims. In tho law
quoted it is notable that a citizon
"may" bo treated by tho govern
inont as expatriated. Tho main
question tho Advertiser's quota
tions raises is: "Is a citizen of the
United States expatriated by tal
iug tho conditional oath in Ha
waii?" If so ho cannot "vote in
tho Unitod States without br
coming naturalized. Secretary
Greshara intorproted tho ay to
read againBt loyal Americans, who
wero individuals carrying out tho
Republican policy of annexation
a policy wniou
A soldior tarried nt Punahou
yesterday oroning on his route to
camp at Waialao. Ho reclinod in
Mr. Dillingham's paddock and,
taking out a rovolver, began shoot
ing at Mr. Pain's pot dog. Tho
animal is tho white and black fol
low tho tramways manager car
ries in his brako nlongsido of him
when driving about town.
Tho Portugueso boy on duty at
tending to changes of teams for
tho cars remonstrated with the
shooter, but only with tho effect
of being threatened with bullets
himself. Ono of tho bullets en
tered tho dog's body ander tho
foreleg and barely missing the
vital organs lodged in tho poor
creature's belly. Dr. Shaw was
oont for but did not extricato tho
bullet last night.
Moanlimo tho polico wero call
ed and a mounted patrol detail
took tho soldior to tho station.
Afterward an armed guard of
threo men from tho camp camo to
tho station and tho offender was
surrendered to thorn.
Georgo Hudson is tho nomo of
tho offender entered nt tho station,
l'ho civil authorities aro not deal
ing with his case.
ALMOST A MUTINY.
Tmuliln Almnrit Ken ml la About Three
About threo days ago thoro wero
signs of mutiny aboard tho U. S.
T. S. Scandia, arising from tho
fact that a saloon watchman,
Schwartz by name, was put in
irons at tho orders of Captain
It seoms that Schwartz pulled
nsido tho curtains of tho forward
port holes whilo Captain Ecblcs
was in tho saloon. Tho military
officer gnvo an order and claims
that Schwartz unswered in an im
Captain Echles was anxious to
push tho caso and a report was
turned iu toCi.plnin Mossor. Sch
wartz was placed in irons.
As soon as this was done, mur
murings began among tho men of
tho ship aud talk of mutiny was
Schwartz was kept in ironB
for threo or four hours and then
brought boforo Captoin Messor.
Asked if ho considered that ho
hnd beon impudont to Captain
Echles, tho saloon watchman an
swered as ho did in tho first placo,
"No, sir; not at nil."
Captain Echles then told Cap
tain Messer that ho did not care
to push tho chso any further.
Klrclrlcal ICnjjInecr to Come.
D. E. Evans, the expert olectri
cal ongineor of Baltimore and a
brother of Harry Evans of this
city, will bo horo in tho near
futuro to look into tho matter of
Hie proposed eloctrio railway for
Honolulu. Mr. Evans built tho
whole system in Baltimore and
other cities in the United Statos.
Whilo 0. G. Bnllentyno, the
mauacer of tho
io Honolulu ComA ,-,., , , . ,
Baltimore, ho wasTlie Quality and Assortment of
Mr. Evans and the
imuy, was in
entertained by M
two had Eomo important confer
ences about tho proposed system
for this placo. It was this that
determined Mr. Evans to visit
ns gono to tho
DEC. Otli - -
McKEE RANKIN CO.
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER C,
Wo nro now opoulug a line of
Comprising liuggy, Hiding,
Jockey, English Crops,
Dog Snako, Hawaiian, etc., etc.
In Wliitlobono, Malacca, English Holly
Straight Holly, Haw hide.
Call and get the flrt choice
(0 o i;n o m
n ouuuncb a (f
$ Great Part of the
JJ 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 a sort superior to
ready made. So they do, j
unless they get the famous :J:
Sten-Bloch clothes, every '"
garment of which bears the W
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-dav ?
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Have You Seen Our New Store?
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cents to $7$. 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.
W,e invite public inspection
and public opinion.
W.WJimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
....: Von Holt Illock, King street.
MADAME LK VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. E. OUAMIIKRS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, h. !.
k Household Supplies.
We are Offering,
Just the thing or Brightening up your Homes.
Christmas to many means New Curtains. We have
them in all qualities,
from $1.25 up to $20 per pair. We are showing
SOME SWELL PORTIERES1
Autograph Books, ,
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 !
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 3 G Fort St.
Your work solicited, nml the finest
c1iib.h of Horvieo AT REASONABLE
Only White Labor Employed
All Flunnels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Mondlng, nnd But
tons Sowed On.
jfiTTulephono 683i ft,'d leave your
Yee Cliong 1ms bought tho btoro of
Soon Look, at corner of Miller anil Boro
tnnla stroets, and ho will not bo respon
sible for any ilobts contracted by said
Soon Look prior to and uftor Novombor
5th, 1608. "S0.1v
Dry Goods Co., Limited,
1 Stylish Phaetons.
M "Wo have just received,
m signmont of (JONJLNU JUUDY
anu otuer vouicloa.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
m "W. -W. WBIGHT, Pron'r.
H 1034 V
IK YOU ARE TROUBLED with
dnndniU'or nny tllsenso of tho Benin, a
trial bottle of DANDRUFF KILLER
will entirely ruinovo ull doubt ua to
tho virtue claimed for tlio preparation.
Prickly heat cured by a lew applica
tions. Bo sure that tho label on the bottle
bears tho two faces and name; ull
others nro imitations.
SELLING AGENTd- HolllKter
Druir Co., Benson, Smith & Co., Union
Barber Shop. 1081
Kg Vg DECORATING AND NATURAL
SXt Xt WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
Next to Polico Station
Aro for sale by our
ngonts : : :
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets,
on tho Wilder, n largo con- m
FOnT STREET, AI10VE HOTEL.
IN THE ISLANDS ?-
3Jig Business, and
It is LocatiTat Waikikil
Address W. II. M Jlullotln onico.
Eleotion of Officers.
Notlco Is hereby given that at tlio An
nual Mooting of tho Oaliu Sugar Com
pany, Llmltod, hold In .Honolulu, No
vombor 28, 1808, tho following Ollkors
and Directors wero oloctod to servo forr
the ensuing yoar :
IJST OF OFFICERS:
Taul Isonborg, l'rosldont.
H. F. Dillingham, 1st Vlco-I'rosldent.
M. I. Robinson, 2nd Vico-Prosldont.
J. P. Hackfold, Treasurer.
Ed. Suhr, Socrotnry.
AV. P. Allon, Auditor.
HOARD OF DIHECTOItS :
S. C. Allon, P. J. Lowroy, W. Woltors,
J. A. MeCandloss ; and ox-ofllelo : Taul
Isenborg, II. p. Dillingham, M. P.'Hob
lnson, J. p. Haekfold, Iil. Suhr.
Among tho pasBongora in tho
Kinnu this morning who went to
attend tho Woods-Parker nuptialB
wero tho following : Princess Ka
lulani, Mies Robertson, Mrs. R P
Wnipn, Robert Pnrkor Jr. and