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TUE EVENING BI'LTTTIN: PONOLrLH. B. I., JUNE 8. 1899.
t jtlUhel Every Dv. rrpi Sun'ix at no Klne
street, Honolulu II I , Uv fit
HULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPAQ
V. R. FARRINOTCW....
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Post Office Ilox
THUHSDAY, JUNE b W9
With 0. P. Uiuitiuutou a at ck
holder in n IochI corporation, 11a
iii cau nsiert put rnvtieralii
undor tue torm "Our 0' His."
Nearly eviry Honolulu cit'z!)
who Imb ouo to llilo to livn lin
jined (ho llilo Idck-rs i'lu.'
Notv wli it will Frmik McStouLt-r
mid Frd O'nv ln ?
If uotliinii Uo ro-mlt fr nn ilm
Peiico Co'in'-fl. tho ri'mwii'n
tivos of th" Powur will bo loepl
grateful loth- Oir fr it vt-rj
ploas'tnt wor-i triw i"
As in eviil.'tio Hint the cdiiett
or? f tin Unit 'd Stnt-5 nri? rosrij
to do tn i irj tiling bv Cubi miui
Porto Uioo, tlireo lnudi',il i-diiut
tional iii-li'iitiuiis li vo otr.rd
frci tuiliou to joiing mon ami wo
mou from tin- w pioi-notm.
Politicul orHrmiiioiHof KiinBnB
are ou tbo -.pre of tn rvoua pr k
tratiou. Oeocral Fred Funstou
bus cent word to tbo poliliciai s
that tbo height of bid niubition in
to own a ranch m Cuba and inn In
boiuo money raining cattle. Kan
sas politic pri diiro qiioor rPBtillR
"HMVUU'lflN' IIOM1MIIN" OC TIM!
Tbo joint resolution of tbo Con
gress of tlio Unitid Stales und.'r
wbicb tbe Hawaiian Islands wen
aunoxed, provides tbat "tbey nri
hereby annexed as a part of the ter
ritory of the Unitdl Stale, and sub
ject to the sorereign dominion there
The inquiry is pertiDont; wbut
is meant by tbo "so crcign domi
tiio t," of tbo United Blab 6 t Doo
it or dors it not iuclude IhcjOonsti
tntion of the United States 1 If tin.
"fiovereinu dominion" ot tbo Unit
ed States does include its Consti
tution it follows incontrovertible
tbat tbo Constitution of (bo United
Stated u in force in thete islands
by virtue of the annexation there
of. Tbo Constitution of tbo United
8tat.s is by its nature thefundn
mental bavin of it sovereignty, and the
"tupremc law of the land" Thorp
oa l bo no part of tlio territory of
the United States, nubj-ctto it
bo 'erein do niuion, which u not
uboot to that supremo and fuoda
mon'al "law of tbo laud." It
operates as a grant of all of the
powers which are or enn be exor
cise 1 by tli' ofputivp, lf-gislative
Bnl judicial departments of thf
United States. If it is not in opor
at' in iu tlio llawaii'in Iulands,
"ex -propria viqors" tnon uoithr
cau tho Prei lent of tbo United
Stales, nor tlij Oonj-roB of the
Unitod States, nor tho Supreme
Court of th- United States have
or exer-Ms any jurisdiction what
ever over or in than Islands
N-Mtutr of tb-sse depirtrauita of
Govern 'liont has an power not
vaited in it by the Constitution of
the United S ates.
Every olicr of tbo G iveru
raent of tit United Suit's an I of
every territory in tho United
8 ite viunt ttlco a mipivme oath of
allegiance to the, Comtitulian
of the Unlti I State. No outli
of nUola-ic-) is requited
to tbo PreaiJoot, or to tho Con
gress, or to tin SiinreiiQ Court of
tbo Unit 1 States. It follows that
tbo Constitution of the Uuibd
Stated is of tho vary essence of its
"eovoroin domiui u."
To bold tint the Con.titution of
the Uuito I SiaU is not iu fnrco
in these lslau Is, is logically lo
bold void tin annexation itself
and to hoi I that tin islands are
not "subj'iit 1 1 tin sovereign do
minion of tlio Uuited B at." It
iu logically to hold Unit "irunici-
pul leisUt ou of tlio II iwaimti '
Ulan Is," id viluJ, thmtjh xl ts
''contrary to the Constitution of the
United Stales," and tint tin lan-
ytiHsjo of tho joint resolution of
amiextiou upon tbat subject ia of
no force and effect. It U nlfo
logically to hold that tbo Presi
deut of tho United Statos.wbo has
no power other thau that con
ferred upon him by tin Oi ustitu
tion, etui exorcise no funotiou iu
tbes- islands, and has no power of
appoiutmont or removal of execu
tivo or judicial olficsrs tberoin, and
tbat tbo executivo and judicial
officer of tho Islands bold their
olFnns by an iudipnieat and in
deli lite tsnurd. Can it In pa?il-
ble fiat this conclusion w8 iu tbo
miuds of tho b ouornblo judpes
who have decided that the Consti
tutiou of tbo Un ited States is not
in f rce iu theso Islands ?
If tbo "(iurl" oE i'j.m iphuds is
any pnrtof t iu 'land" of tbo United
States, then tbo Constition of tho
United Stitas which is by its
tonus tliH"wi)r;w'ifi?(tii'f "is the
supromo luv of tbso islau Is, and
all of its trms which can bo np
plicnhln in any torntiry of tbe
United States, which is not a State,
must bo applicable in theso Id
lauds. 'lmri;pil Willi Allullrmtlnir Milk.
Sylvnno Nobriya is being tried
this afloinoon ou tbe cli'irye of
adulterating milk sold to various
parties about town. Nobriga np
pitml in the Polico Court this
morninc and asked until tomor
row to prepare himself. Attorney
General Cooper asked that an
other (lite bo sit as be would be
busy iu tho Circuit Court tomor
row and next day. Judge Wil
cox wanted to know why Nohria
could not bo prosent iu tho after
noon, whereupon defendant an
s we red that bo was going over to
tbe other sido of the island.
Judge Wilcox then said tlio Couit
had tho first say and Nobriua was
told to appear ibis afternoon.
Attorney General Cooper stated
bat bo wi.s particularly auiou
1 1 try tho cuho The milk inspec
tor and Charles Wilcox, seeretary
if tho Board of Health, are among
Honor t Hum I'll u I.
Bloemfonteiu.OraiiKO Froe State,
May IU. Presideut Krugr, on
his arrival here yestorday to at
t"ud the conference with Sir Al
fred Milner, Governor of Cape
Colony and British High Commis
sinner for South Africa, arrauged
for the purpose of considering tbo
demands of tho Outlaudors, whs
received by a guird of honor at
the railroad stajion, which wns do-oorat-d
in his Louor. Ho was
wolcomod by tho President of the
Orange Free Stato, M. Stoyn, and
the Cabinot. Salutes wero fired
and tho Transvaal national hymn
was played. Replying to nn ad
dress, President Kruger said be
had como hero to work for the
welfiro of tho whole of South
Africa and to discuss all questions
except the independence of tbe
llonry Genres lluit UnvMlPil.
New York, May 31. Tho un
veiling of tho hust of the b.te
Henry George, which took place
hat night in tbo rooms of the
People's club, was attouded by a
I'trg" gathering. The bust was
mailo by Kichsrd Gaorgn, a son
of tin dead labor leader and was
prpsonted to the club by Mrs
John S. Crosby and byheruu
veilnl. Dr. Edward McGlyuu
delivered an oulouy.
I'lsmta on Ilm Kllhu Tliointan.
San Francisco, May 31. Fire
broke out in tho steamer Elihu
TiioraMin at Howard-street whaif
last night. An alarm was souud
ed, but beforo tho oiiginps arrived
tho fire bi:d gniued considerable
headway. It is supposed one of
tho mfen hnd dropped a lighted
cinr or cigarette m some rubbish
in tho pamtroom. After several
hours tbo fire dopartment extin
guished tho flames, but not until
creat damage had resulted.
Sliiy Hall Hnluriliiy,
Tho big stpel clipper ship Ere
kino M. Pbolps will very prob
ably sailfor Delaware Breakwater
on Saturday with a cargo of ftKJO
ton9 of sugar. Captain Graham
1ib succeeded in gettiug a good
crow ot lifiron whito men and is
thereforo fully prepared for bis
II. F. Wiol mai is exj octed
homo from tho Coist iu next
TJE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
o WalJtui pjli tSt 4i Am Su raid is?, solhw'n
Su m to) A n iu pilj 165. 30 Olaa 2 05 io Mauna-
10 )o Slon 100 WaIaIui Aosible 116, to
Mmndtel to ti do to, to do to, to KIM 18
v II S jj'i, 46 Pioneer .Mill jio, too Kihel uii,
6 O .til 11 )jo
f, Klhel 18 tt, too McllrvJe j.'o 10 Jo paid to 75.
t$ Jo paid at, j Jo Paid ai. 400 Kamalo t 7) to M1-
unalcljo 51, n Kihel 1; 75. 10 Honolulu Drew and
Malt Coat 13,50
The Arrlvnl of Hit. AtlttrnlU
will brinu pleasuro to many peo
plo either by tho meeting again of
friends, or, at least, by reoeiviug
news from points f.ir distant from
this rnid-Pnciuo capital. The
bravery and progress of Uncle
Sam's boys iu blue, amid the
jungles and wilds of distant Ma
nila will bo nows eagerly looked
for. Among tho now thincs to ar
rive, is one shipment of 10') Ster
ling bicycles to the Pacific Cycle
& Mauulacturing Co. This lot is
direct from tho fnotory, 1899 Mo
del nud intending purchmora of n
high grade bicycle, a priz win
nor, at lowest market prico will
have opportunity to iuspict tbo
Sterling, on at rival. Options
may now bo obtained by leaving
namo and addrefS. It 10 II to
remember that but 100 of these
wheels will arrive in this ship
meut, tbat tho terms are ensj
($10 00 por mouth) and first come
lilt: OnlPr nr Automnlillen.
South Bond, lud., May 29.
Studebaker Brothets Manufactur
ing Company of this city today
closed contracts for tbe construe
tion of nutomobilos aggregating
in tho neighborhood of $1,00 ',
000. New York and Boston capi
talists are tho parties interested
in the deal. Iu ordor to supply
this new demand immonso addi
tions to tho company's shops will
bo immediately erected. The cost
of tho now dopartraenta will be
Pictuies are always attrac
tive and just now, photos of
Island scenes are doubly so.
both on account of the interest
awakened and the beauty of
the subjects. KING BROS,
have a very excellent stock of
views to select from. No. 1 10
Australia sails on schedule
time 'Tuesday, June 13th, at 4
At tbo wedding of Miss Maud
Auld and H. C. Pfleugor this
evening E B. Barthrop and Miss
Harriet Morton will bo bestman
and bridesmaid respectively. W.
Wright, Goorgo Smithias and Ed.
Stiles will act as ushers.
Tho polico aro after a former
employe of tho Omura Immigra
tion Co. who is supposed to bo iu
San Francisco or somo other place
in the States. The sum of $2500
is missing from tho coffers of the
company. An attorney has been
employed iu the matter.
Corp Mark Abrom( lGtb In
fantry, now ou tho way to tho
Philippines was formerly a memb
er of Co. E, N. G. H. Abrora
wont through tho Porto Kicau
and Cabin campaigns without a
scratch and is happy over the
assignment of the regiment to
business iu tbe Philippines.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of tbe advance In
Paio Hardware Co,, Hi,
15 Cents Each.
See Them in Our Corner Window.
You bought freely of our fine Blown
Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen, and found
them excellent value.
The set of Croikery, 56 pieces for f 7.90,
1 he fine Plated Teaspoons at $2.85 were
a surprise, and the NUkel (folding Lamp
at ?2.oo Is giving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook good na
tured. Your"Gumey" Cltanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill Is
Our shipment of Wlckless Blue Flame
Oil Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sold In three days. There are more on
the way much to the delight of the light
We Invite you to Inspect the goods In
our various depirtments. You will be
attended by competent and courteous sales
people, and your goods will be delivered
free of charge.
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
Voii Holt Block, King street.
rfiTAgents, Guniey Cle.1n.1ble Refri
gerators, Detroit lewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame OH
Stoves. Prl mus Stoves. Success Filters.
A complete line of Boys' Rough Riders
outfit. Hat, Coat, Pants and Legglns all
Just received a large and prettv assort
ment of Boys' Fauntleroy Blouses.
White and Colored.
A fine new line of Mother's Friend Shirt
Waists, which we are selling at 90
A large variety of washable Linen Suits
for Boys and Children, from 5i 75 to
White Pique and Duck Suits for Boys,
all sizes, from $2 up.
Our regular fine line of Gents Cloth
ing, Furnishings, Hats and Caps.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTeTlBT ElOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. o-n. Hotel St.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
AT THE .
We aim to keen un with tbe
BOOK TRADE, and the latest
publications will be found on our
Counters. Anv hnnlr not fniinrl in
sto,j, wi.n be procured on short
..wvit... imi,. .iiutn vy 1111; 'upillt!l
aiunors ot trie day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
TOT LIKE EM S
Is What We
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one
1. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF FASHION
ssnIVJow closed onsaccount of
stock taking. Will reopen on or
about June 10th, when a Great
Clearance Sale will take place,
in order to make room for an
immense New Stock.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and Wbite Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This nellliiR Is ncknoulfdfteJ by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most Jumble, and le.tst expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
jl a uiexs ---??&&!?&.
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
Just received, fresh lot of NEW CROP CALIFORNIA INSECT POWDER.
DR. McCANDO'S LA GRIPPE AND COLD CAPSULES WILL CURE
At our Fountain we are now prepared to furnish our PHILADELPHIA
ICE CREAM to families and parties, In any quantity to suit. TAKE A
SMALL PACKAGE HOME.
Commission IMerolieints. ,
Buggies, Road Carts, Road Sulkies, Traps, Tr.'p Carts, &c.
Single and Double Harness.
Two Fine Saddle Horses,
Livery Horses, Mules and Cows.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
Corner Alaken and Queen Streets.
ALL PLKSONS OWING THE FIRM
of J. T. Waterlioii'e are hereby requested
to call and settle their accounts as prompt
ly as possible. Payments should be made
to Mr. George L. Water house at our office
and former place of business in the Waver
ly Block, Bethel street, now octupled by
the firm of Henry May & Co., Ltd.
We would also request that all par
ties having chlms against us, present
same on or before June 15th, 1890, at the
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Honolulu, June 1, 1890. I230-2W
AB eOOB AE BILK !
Claim for Our
piece of a kind. Do not fail to
212 King htro'nt, noxt to tlio Arlington.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Kona Su&ar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. 3 of to per cent, on the Assessable
Stock of the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.. Is now
due and payable at the ofuce of At. W.
McChesney & Sons, Queen street, Hono
lulu. Atav ii. 1800.
F. W. McCHF-SNEY.
No person Is authorized to collect any
money due to me unless receipt Is slgneJ
G. W. 1 INCOLN.
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