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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 14, 1899.
Plbllhd Every Dv, enctpl Sunday, al no King
ttrtet. Honolulu, II. I., fry th.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
, City fcJitor
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1809.
ArMCPtn'ot without bo mo sort
of ft family jar aB nn nfternrntli
would hnrclly bo worth mention
ing It comes just as nntarally
and regularly Bouding tho
liorsej. to tin win.
That John Su'rtuiiu can't hpp
much tlitit is tood iu the Admiti
istr ''ion's Philippine- policy in not
no r.'inarknblo in it might bo.
Whon n man pcta departed two or
three nun for I'rtnideutul favor,
things guerally go wrong forever
Th principal dillicully with (he
Fourth of July clobnttion this
year is tlmt n g'0 I majority of llip
Am-riiiiitM feel tlmt tlm ntinexu
tinn of Hawaii 1ms uot benu nc
ci'P'mI by tho local rulers in the
run Amnripnn filiirit. W he'll till'
constitut'oii of tho UnilMl Slate
Lhm heeii hi-t aside nnd nn wppnrnnl
nttomp1 ! biing mado to hold
Washington authority lit nrtu'n
lougth, it would Heein nioro ap
propriate to have two celebrations
ab in davB of old, tho Hawaiian
and ILo Amprictn.
can 'ov(iiti:-s i:ki'kctivki.v i.kois.
i, in: run: co.nsti i-ution i
Tho Suproruu Court has based
its ruling thnt the araondropntH to
tho Constitution nre not in force
in tho Hawaiian Inlands, upon the
Buppioitiou that express Congres
sional legislation in npcppcary in
order that thi Couetitutiou may bo
rendered fully effective iu these
Ytt the Court has ioconsislenlly
held thit ho mo portions of the
Coiibtit'iMon are hero iu force of
their own prop-r vigor. The Court
Bays: " If auy provisions of the
Constitution ext-wl to Hawaii of
their own forco during the pnvpnt
transition peiiod, it would bo ne
cessary to in3urt tho requisite qua
lifiontious, mid it roi!ht well be
argued that certaiu provisions of
tho Coiutilution did bo extoud,
for thi'so isltndd wore auuexed,
&u are now held and governed by
powers conferred by tho Coustitu
tion either expressly or by impli
cation." ' To hold that any part of the
fundamental law of tho laud is in
force in those islands, is to hold
that it i hero without the legisla
tion of Congress, Can auy con
ceivuliU reason ue given wuy a
part of a Constitution of the Unit
ed Shtos should be 'iu force here,
in lependonMy of Congressional
lobulation; nnd why it should be
ii cjss.iry for Congress expressly
to legislate tho whole Constitution
into those islands, bcfuro it can
opprite hero to tho'fullPBt possible i
extent to which it can ever operate
iu any territory belonging to tho
United States which is uot a stale 1
We can o.mcoivo of no possible
re.vun for buch a distinction, othor
th tn 111" dosiro to be rid of the
nmeud.iioiits to tho Couetitutiou,
iu o.Jc-r ti sintiiu legislation iu
theso inlands which is manifestly
'contiary to tin; Couitttati'iu."
Yet tlioso ninendmoiits mainly
offect tho parsoual rights of tho
poople, au 1 are int uded to b.-pr-.crmtivo
thereof, aud maui
fostly operate of their own proper
vicor, riH must every provision ot
the c institution of thu United
fj.ates which is in its vry uatmo,
tho snprine ami fuudamjutal law
of ilm la-id.
The Constitution of th United
Btntvs di.'H uot and can n tope'-
ato pic in enl. It in a unit and
mast operate as such coutinu
O'lsly. All of tho provision
thpreof iu any wiso applicable in
any givm field of its operation,
rouft o'jrato toccttiMr 'BiiTialftiiic
ously and outinii UBly iu that
field, riune of ith provisions ro
late to the powers of Ojugress,
b mo to th p mors of the Ecocu
tivo, some to ths prnvorj of tho
Judiciary, sumo to the powers of
tlio S;nto?, mid soiuo to th rights
and ptivilegos of all tho people of
the I mill. To tho laltar chws
belong most of the amendments of
tho constitution. Whatever pro
visioiiB of tho itonstitution apply
to Cougress, or to tho Executive,
or to the Judiciary or to
tho Slatos or Territories, or
to tho people, nro simultaneously
operative iu each of thoso fields,
and need no legislation to make
thorn ofliciont in any field iu
which they nre applicihlo.
Cougrees is itself subject to tho
coustitiiiou aud cannot extond it,
or limit its forco by ellicicnt legis
lation nor cm it suspend it, or
keep it iuoporutive iu any degree
by the preseneo or abseno? of its
legislation. It may pnss a docla
ratoiy statute, recgniziug or de
during tho operation of tho con
stitution iu a territory, but the
operation of the coubtitutiou
cannot depoud upon the pros
ouco or iilii-otice of sucu a de
Cougreefl may efficiently extend
or limit the operation of its laws
or tuact fciu'li legislation, as
it may drem appropriito,
for nny tenitoiy subject, however,
to tho provisions of tho Constitu
tion which limit its piwer, whose
provisions it a in never transcsud
or limit. Nor cu it by direct or
efficient legislation extend the
limits of thu Constitution It can
ouly effect such exteustouiudircct
ly by Iho annexation of now ter
ritory, to which its provisions
must nnd do extend of their own
vigor so far as they cau be at all
applicable in such territory, by
virtuo of tha annxition thereof
aB part of tho territory of tho
It is absurd to hold that any
purl of tho GoiHtltutbu fails tu
operate of its own proper vigor,
or that Consress cin effectively
legislate it into existeuo or sus
pend its operati n. This absurd
itywillb1 further considered iu
our next issue.
A BOYS' BRIGADE FORMED.
Continued from Pago 1.
being one that would add quite a
number to tho lirigndo. ltev. S.
P. Perry suggested Kalihi and H.
E. Coleman the Portuguese.
When tho question of iges
came up it was decided that tho
boys accepted bo between tho ages
of twelve and eighteen.
Tho various cimmittees will bo
appointed by the president and
anuounced at a meetiug to be held
in tho nonr future.
Intent Upon Murder.
A white man called at the police
stntiou list night nnd informal
the captain on duty tlmt a mur
der whs done ou Faunhi street
Two officers wore- dpnpntchd to
i lie scone. What tlioy found wns
a Jap'.ueeo and his wifo stretched
out in the street. The woman
had her throat badly cut aud the
mnn had been ttabbed in tho
t-t-iinach. It was learned that the
mnu had suspected his wifo of be
ing falno and hail follow-'d hoi
fiom n placo on one of tho othei
islands where he was employed.
The "Wo'non hid away until he
thought her huslntid out of the
wiv. T len hIio eoutiuued in uor
evil ways, The hu-dmud hud ou
ly worki-d a littlo scheme and ap
pealed ou tho Bcenont about 11
o'clock lat-t night He immeilinte
ly proceeded to carve his wife
Thou ho turned the knife on him.
-ell and tried to commit harikari.
'J he woman was taken to the him
pital aud tho mail to the polite
V. H, Ilrrilurr.
All is iu reiulinofs for the
launching of thp hull of the laigo
dredger that is bing oinstrueted
for woik on the new (JiiHed Stalen
Goveinmeut slips at tho feol of
lliolmrds rtreet. The Plaulor
lironght from San Eraucibco tin
powoilul dippt-r which is to be
ued in thu wotk of oxouvating the
St'anirrs Ki'niiliou, Mikahnln,
llaini and Mokolii loivo for Isl
and porto this uftemonu.
Races will nttrnut the attention
of tiie multitude espcci illy in con
nection witu tho events ou Mon
day. There nro a nuinbpr of in
teresting uvouIb aud not ttio lottet
interesting are tho two bicclo
races. Two military men, be
sides the Manoa Wonder (John
Sylva), with others, will cnmpplo
for place. Tho Pacifio Cycle fe
Mfg. Co , have offered n trophy
for the landing event Monday and
thoy offer now n freo exhibit cf a
now arrival of 100 Sterling bicy
cles whioh, to suit tho times, will
bo sold at tho regular market rate
and on the installment plan,
these wheels are new, J 89!) mo
del, dirojt from tho celebrated
Sterling factory who build their
wheols "liko watch." Orders have
been placed by proi-p'otive buyer
and the indicaliouB nro that Ihir
supply will soon bo exhausted.
Remember, guaranteed wheels ou
Wrr A IHT MHiittari.
Ah Kui nppoared iu tho Polico
Court this forenoon ou the charae
of vagrancy. Patrolman A. Spill
tier took tho witness stand and
testified that he had nrrested the
Chinaman ou tho Boyd premises
at Waikiki. Tho follow hud beou
up a mauio true near the fence
Tuero was another Chinaman up
the tree but tho fellow' had suc
ceeded iu making his oicapj. As
the prosecution hid but one wit
ness Jmlje Wilcox naturally a-k
ed if there wore auy more. Upon
being told that Mr. Royd had
been sent for but had refused to
appear unless hit hack fare was
pud for, Judgo Wilcox called for
tuo uorenriaut and told turn no
could go. If the owner of the pro
mises upou which tho Chinaman
wns fouud did uot cam to have
his placo protected, certainly the
L'ourt did not care.
Himnks in Mliftloni.
Rev. O P. Emor8on epoko iu
Central Union Church Sundny
morning on tho subject of mib
sious iu the Innm and fuiviu
fields. Twouty-fivo years auo
thnro were elevou missiouarios iu
foreign lands aud now the nnm
her had decreased to four. Dur
ing the last ten years bix
missionaries nud their wives
had bepu sent into the tiJd
aud during this time six had
loft. Very littlo work was beiuj
done iu th foreign fiel I at the
proseut time. Ma.iy foroiguors
had come into tho rouutiy during
tho past tweDty five yours anil
most of tho mouey for mission
work was boing sp?nt right nt
home. Should this condition of
affairs continue ?
nrclliil m Y. If. c. '.
Tho Y. M. C. A. ball was crowd
ed last nijht by the elito of the
city who went to hoar Mrs. Han
nibal A. Williams iu her recital
of "A Midsummer Night's
Droam." The audionco was do
lighted with tho splendid inter
pretation aud interest did not lag
for a moment. Mrs. Williams watt
presented by Juduo Frear. Before
tartiug with her recital, Mrs.
Williams gave n brief synopsis of
The next recital will tako placo
tomorrow night nt tho Y. M. C. A.
M's. Williams (till appear iu
"Tho Winter's Tah."
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
tiW.il.ilua a, n8; 10 Maw., Su in; so do i;
looAlcn'yJe s to: 2 KII13I palj 50.
to Wnlalua As. 118 j Walmanalo, 1,0;
10 Alaunlel, 10; 40 Maunalel, 10.
Tho chooner Ki M ii loft for
Hawaii to In); tho t-ohoiuer Ada
also left, for Knlihiwai aud Ilaua
lei All Sorts
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots nt special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Jelly Oislies- -
15 Cents Each.
Seo Them in Our Corner
You bought freely of pur fine Blown
Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen, nnd found
them excellent value.
The set of CroJiery, 56 pieces for 7.90,
The fine Plated Tenspoons at 52.85 were
.1 surprise, and the Nlikel Reading Limp
at J2.C0 Is Riving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cuolc good na
tured. Your"Gurney" Cleanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill Is
Our shipment of Wlcldcss Wue Flame
OH 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 gcods In
our various departments. You will be
attended b competent and couiteous s.ile
people, and your gojds'wlll be delivered
free of charge.
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
..Von Holt IH00U, King street.
fSy-Aeents. Gumev Cleanable Refri
cemtois, Detroit lewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New nine Name Uil
Stoves. Primus Stoves. Success Filters.
A complete line of Boys' Rough Riders
outfit. Hat, Coat, Pants' aud Legglns all
Just received a large and pretty 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, fiom 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. Dclmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVGrlCy BIOCl
We Make Shirts to Ortlcr.
Telephone No. 6;6. No. 0-11. Hotel St.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
We aim to keep up with the
BOOK TRADE," and the latest
publications will be found on our
counters. Any book not found in
stock will be procuied on short
notice. Large stock by the popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
JUST LIKE SILK !
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. 'Do not fail to
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
Now closed on account of
stock taking. Will reopen on op
about June 10th, when a Great
Clearance Sale will take place,
in order to make room for an
immense New Stock.
i. That elegant residence of T. R. Lucas, Esq., Beretanla and Klnau streets. Size
Of lot 200 X 20.
2. Residence of Arthur Coyne, Esq., Spencer Avenue, facing that elegant lot of
Geor&e ISeckley, Esq. Sire of lot, 24,000 squ re feel.
3. Kesidence ot Jolin l.e.il, i:q.. Newaio Mreet. 1.01 100x270. nouse ot ciriu
rooms; grounds planted with all kinds of tropical fruit and ornamental trees; with all
4. Unimproved lot adjoining No. j. Size roc x 270.
The above properties are all worth the money I am.asklng for them.
1. Nlcelv furnished house at Maklkl. 'Farlor, dining room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen,"-
etc. Electric lights; together with use of
2. Cottage of seven rooms on Wilder Avenue, near Keeaumoku street.
L. C. ABLBS,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Aent.
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PMHTATIQH SUPPLIES.
Agents tor Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belling Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be tlu best, it ost durable, and Ic-ist expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full lino
A g.iod selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
Residence i F. L. ffaUroo,
Between Keeaumoku and Kewalo,
containing 20,070 square feet. Place
well improved. For further par
t culars apply to
F. L. WALDRON,
At the Gro ery Department of
T. H. Davies & Co.
S GOOD AS SILK !
plan j and horse and carriage.
Clay and Fire Bricks.
21!! KIiik Ktrnct. nnxt tn tlio Arllncton.
Experience is tha only
thorough teacher. In photo
graphing particularly, you will
find that conditions in Hawaii
are not the same as elsewhere.
We have an experienced man
lo handle kodak developing
110 Hotel street.
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