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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. J., JUNE 10, 1809.
'aMIaJul Every Day, except Sunday, at 919 King
atreet. Honolulu, II, l by tin
3UI.LETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R. HARRINGTON Editor
tANlCL LOGAN City LJitor
J71UDAY, JUNE 1G, 1899.
Now tliHt Inspector Shorcy 1ms
oatubli-lird n milk stnndnrd, tlio
noxt tiling is (o keep tbo mill
dealers up to tho mark, if, ns
soma ilenlerj assort, drivers of
tvnaons diluto milk ntter it is
takou from the dairy, it ia n very
easy rait tar to plnco tbo responsi
bility if the Honolulu nuthoritipn
follow the Dookcry methods of
mi: iikci.ouukii ktah.
Tho Star urges' that becanao tho
United Slates Government has ad
vertised the fnct that tho Postal
laws of CotmrcRs nro not in ado
opo'ntivo in Hawaii, "it is not
likely that any other laws are
operative, in spite of tho huo aud
cry, whioh is being raised over the
matter;" Biid that becanso Presi
dent McKiuIcy hns not mado it
known "that United States law
should ran here, it can reasonably
bo assumod that we must go along
ns we havo heretofore, until the
order comes for uh to change." It
adds that "of course there aro
those hero who deem themselves
superior to Prosideut McKmlpy
and his whole Cabinet."
Tho Star scorns to bo beclouded
by donso ignorance. It evidently
does not know tho diflV rence be
twoen tho Constitution of (he Unit
odStates, nudtho laws of Coogrose,
or what c intention hue been rais
cd about tho operation of tho Con
stitution. It is evidently ignorant
o tbe contouts of the Joint Reso
lution of annexation. It is also
evidently ignorant of tho mode iu
which tho constitution operates
and in which the luws of the
United State b are to bo mado
operative iu these islauds.
Tho Star aBumes, in its dense
ignoriuco, that "a huo and cry" is
being raised about tho operation
of the laws of Congress. No one
has contondod that tho postal
laws, or tho gonoral laws of Con
gross, have been mado applicable
by Congress to theso Islands.
The only question at all consid
ered relates to tho operntivo forco
boro of tbo Constitution of the
United States, nnd particularly of
tho nmendmonts thereto, which
tho Supremo Court of the Islands
havo decided aro not in force;
bat which wo have shown are nnd
must bo in forco hrro of their own
Tbo Star must be densely ignor
ant of tho contents of tho resolu
tion of anneiation.2,If it should
load it, it would discover that
theso Islands are "subjoct to the
dominion of the Unitod Statos,"
nnd that only such Hawaiian leg
islittion is continued in lorco ns is
"not ineoiul stent with thin joint rein
lution, nor contrary to the Constitu
tion of the United Sttttex, nor to any
existing troaty of tbe Uuited
Stntes." It would also discover
that the Chinese immigration laws
of the Unitod Stnt09 aro in force
bore by tho torms of annexation.
Tbo Stir must also bs deinnly
ignorant in regard to tho opera
tion of tho Constitutioj of thu
Uuited States, and in rogard ta
tho manner ia which the liuva of
Congress can become- operative iu
theso Islands. It assumes, iu its
donso ignoranco uponthid subject
that tbo operation of tbo Consti
tution, and of tbe law of Con
gross, deponds upou tbo order of
Prosideut McKinley. It evident-
ly does not know that tho Consti
tution is suporior both to tho
Congress and to tho President,
and operates of its our vigor. It
ovidently does not know that tbe
President is not a law-making
powor and that it is tbo solo pro
vinco of Congress to extend tbo
Postal laws and other Congres
sional laws to theso Islands; and
that tbo President, who is only an
Executive, can not enforco them
bore, until Congress has aotbd to
put them iu forco. Tho Star evi
dently do. '8 not know that tho
operation of tbo Constitution or
of tho laws of Congress, can not
depend upon any tiotfco or order
of Pi evident McKinley.
Thero are nouo here that we
know of who claim to bo "superior
to President McKiuloy and his
wbolo Cabinet" unless it is the
Supreme Judgos of Hawiiii.
Our beot wish for tho Slnr is
that it tuny soon corao out of its
denpoly beclouder condition, nnd
shed a li til 3 linht of iutelligjiico.
Wo would like to 6eo Mich light
shiuing fromitnud ho able to suy:
"Twinkle, U initio littlo Star!"
Mis9 Georgian Macouachie,
sister of J) 1$. Macouachie of T,
II Davis fc Co., Ltd., nrrived on
the S. S. China. Mits Mnconnchio
will bo marriod this evening to
W. 0. Shields also of T. H. Da
vies & Co. nt tho residonco of C.
Vale Sturtevaut on Young street.
Uov. W. M. Kincnid will perform
tho ceremony. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Shiolds will reside ou Alnpai and
Una On ii I Nir York.
Mr. Lilientbal loft San Francis
co for Now York and Washington
nst bit winy for tho purpose of
completing dutailn for the. organ
17.ar.10n ot me nrtunnuoiiiu dhuk.
He will bo away about three weeks
and, upon his return to San Fran
cieco, will mako a trip to Hono
Atony of our old residents
fail to appreciate the wealth of
beauty nature has lavished on
Hawaii Nei. It is left to the
stranger, who knowing a good
thing when he sees it, wends
his way to KING BROS., 110
Hotel street; for photos to per
petuate the memory.
Among thu pissougHis trinn
Mnui and Hawaii ports in tbe W.
G. Hall this forenoon wero tho
following: G. 0. Hewitt, J. A
uuck, A. I'erLnndex, Dr. It. I
Mooro, J. S McCandles3. A.
Hanobcrg, Dr. Smith.
P. E. K. STRA.UOH,
Financial Agent and Collector.
Lincoln Mock, - 039 King stroet.
T34S Telephone 641.
Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
Orders to bo loft euro of Wall, Nichols
Co. V2 13
Lodge Le Progre3 do l'Oceame, No. 124
A. A A. S. ItlTK.
Theio will bo u cpcclnl uivetlntr (if
Lodiro I.o 1'rogros No. liU, nt its bull,
Mavnult) Tomplo, THIS (Krlday)
i: V i: X I X O , .luno loth, lfcOO, nt
woitK ix six'ond w:oki:i:.
Mombors of Hawaiian I.odgo, l'.iulflu
I.odjto nntl nil visiting brethren nro i-or-iljillly
Invited to bo pi uncut.
lly onler of tho It. W. SI
1JS W. C. .IOI1XSQX. Srcrctni y.
Odd Fellows Memorini
The uniiiiiil inoinorhil servleo of tho
Indopomlont Order of Odd I'oIIouh In
commemoration of doconhoil iiioiubont
of the ordor, will bo hold nt 2:10 p. m.
of Sunday, .lime lsth 1SH0,
Momborrt of local lodges and visiting
brothors ato oonllally Invllcil to bo
proiontnt llarinotiy Hull, Kln street,
at tho time miiiioil.
At tbo CoiiehiHion of tho ptosurlbcd
oxotclsesnt tho lodgo room convoyaii-
cos will bo lit nttondanco to carry tho
momliora to tho vometiry wlioru the ro
umllldor of tho f-ervlcof will Lo hold
nnd tho graves will bo doeoratod.
Coittrlbutons of llowurs mo ictjuobtcd
from membots nnd friends, nnd it com
mittee will bo In attendance nt tho lodgo
room on Sunday morning to rccolvo
and nnango tho m.uiio.
Ily order of tho t'oiumltto of Arrange
moots. 0. T. UODQEItS,
Thorn Ia No Kick,
Brought to notice of tho general
public; which is worthy of record,
relative to any unpleasantness in
tbo bicycle races. Tho silent
steeds carried their riders enfoly
and speedily and, as is usual, the
jStorliug wheel, for which tbe
P. 0. it M. Co aro agents, brought
tho Manoa Wonder (J. Silvu to
tbo fiont. Tbe Sterling is a hiuh
grado wheel and a new lot, lately
imported, direct from tho fnctoty,
is now on salo nt tbo etore of tbe
Pacific Cycle and Mfg Co. on
Fort Street. Tbo wheels exhibit
thmsolve, the prioos are reason
able nnd the terms of pnyiuent n e
most eay. Tho P. C. .fc M. Co
will sell you a high grade Sterlii g
wheel for SG" OU ou small weekly
or moutbly instalments. Tbe
Sterling it "built like a wstch;"
nil tbo purls aro tbe result of care
ful and competent wotkrannship
and nro placed together eo n- to
obtain, not alone beauty in style
and finish, but also strength iu
THE DAlrTSTOCK REPORT.
oOokal.l'ji'S, I0O.1I1U ,04. ijOokatl J4js,ij Jo
ttVi, toOahu U'20 304, 10 do ll-ao 304.
IS Walalua !, 10 Ojhu 304, 10 do too. 15
Walalua ralJ 175, 100 AlcllryJe )'., is Oahu Dj
300, joMctlryJe )U.
mo .McHr Jf na 4T5. )n Ookala 34. loOaliu 307'i
10 Mnei as 17 03, iuo mciiryje 4.03,
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE 1
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Hawaiian Opera House
SATURDAY, JUNE 17TII.
The Eminent Actor, MR.
And Ills Associate Players,
lit CbasAVilllam'sGreatest Farce Comedy
MR. McVAY AS "JOHN PHILLIP MAC
A Screaming Comedy from start to finish I
NEW SCALli OF PRICES :
urchestra i oo
Dress Circle i oo
First 3 rows In Balcony 75
Back of third row In Balcony 50
:HAS S. DESKY.
I. F. TOST
The Coming Man !
Serpentina Dancer, as tho CiODM. vl PLLE,
The Kanoiv S!steis,
lllwjiljn , ir'-i.rs.
lluik an4 Wine Dincer.
Mr. Frank Barton,
llnltone and CointJUn
General AJmtsslon, ?c. ana 50c.
Last lx rows for ChllJfen unJa ia years. 10c.
Jeservei Chairs, 50c,
Seats can hebcebyjlnnjrjip Telephone jo.
The Woman's Bxcluine.
Tbe Directors of tbe Woman's Exchange
wish to state that there is no authorized
agent to buy or sell goods, or sign receipts
for the Exchange, except the Treasurer,
Mrs. Parmalee, and the Manager, Miss
E. K. Oliver.
MRS. 0. 11. GULICK, Secretary.
Pacific Hardware ft., Lid
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 Crockery, 56 pieces for I7.n0,
Tlie fine Plated Teaspoons at S2.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Reading Lamp
at J2.00 is giving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is sav'ng on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook good na
tured. Your"Gumey" Cleanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your ice bill is
Our shipment of Wlckless Blue Flame
Oil Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sola in three days. There are more on
the way much to tbe delight of the light
We Invite you to Inspect tbe goods In
our various departments. You will be
attended by competent and courteous sales
people, and your goods will be delivered
free of charge.
W, W, Dimond & Go,,
Von Holt Blook, King street.
B6T Agents, Gumey Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame OH
Stoves. Pri in us Stoves, Success Filters.
A complete line of Boys' Rough Riders
outfit. Hat, Coat, Pants and Legglns all
Just receK ed a large and prettv assort
ment of Boys' Fauntleroy 'Blouses.
White and Colored.
A fine new line of Mother's Friend Shirt
W.tlsts, which we are selling at 90
A large variety of washable Linen Suits
for Boys and Children, from Si 75 to
White Pique and Duck Suits for Boys,
all sizes, from $2 up.
Our regular fine line of Gents Cloth'
big, Furnishings, Hats and Caps,
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : Wa7erlDy BlflCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. p-ti, 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 procured on short
notice. Large stock by the popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
J My Dis
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Our
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. Do not fail to
H. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Invite their customers and the general public to inspect their
NEW: LINE:OF: GOODS,
Which will be sold at very reasonable prices for the
coming three weeks.
NOTE A limited numbor of shares In tlio ubovo Association nro now oMoroil
for khIo at tlio imr valtto of $" each. Application hhotild bo intulo to tbo Secretary,
Mr Hnnnpl.ortonny momburof tlio Hoard of Dlruitorn, at tbo Rtoro, 221 Kort
KtrUOt. rrrrj-rj-rrj-j-j.-.-.-. .-, - JJJJJJ.vJav.w
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association.
1. That elegant residence of T. R. Lucas, Esq., Beretani.t and Kinau streets. Size
of lot 200 x 290.
2. Residence of Arthur Coyne, Esq., Spencer Avenue, facing that elegant lot of
George Beckley, Esq. Size of lot, 24,000 squire feet.
3. Residence of John Leal, Esq., Kewnlo street. Lot 100 270. House of eight
rooms; grounds planted with all hinds of tropical fruit and ornamental trees; with all
4. Unimproved lot adjoining No. 3. Size 10c 270.
The above properties are all worth tbe money I am asking for them.
1. Nicely furnished house at Maklkl. Parlor, dining room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen,
etc. Electric lights; together with use of piano and borse and carriage
2. Cottage of seven rooms on Wilder Avenue, near Keeaumoku street.
L. C. ABLES,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Agent.
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Cro:kery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belting Is acknowledged by several of tbe most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least 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,
Tlio boat propavalion for cleaning and polishing plated
ware, gold, silver, brass, steel, copper, etc.
Will not iniuro the most sonsifivo surface. Excellent
polish to uko in tho HOUSEHOLD. Not expensive; quick
polish; easy to handle. 0.
ROBERTSON, LITTLE & ROBERTSON.
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CORNER KING AND
..Tho Only Chartered Woman's College in California...
Confers degrees and presents Its Alumnx'. 'is accepted candidates for graduate work
at the Universities, its Seminary course accredited by the Universities. Offers
most excellent opportunities for the study of Music, Art and Elocution; also Business
Beautiful location, unsurpassed for health. Five buildings; 125 acres of
ground: three miles of walk; excellent gymnasium.
One-half hour from Oakland, and an hour and a quarter from San Francisc.
Resident students pay no tuition for regular courses. Terms for boird, etc.,
Write for Circular. Address
MRS. C. T. MILLS,
1246 Mills College P. O,, Calif.
Solo ARont for tbo Hawaiian Island.
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