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THE EVENING BULLE11N: HONOLULU, H. 1., JUNE 17, 1899.
-Mibllihcd Evtty Dy, txctpt Suniy, l to Kloc
itrtet. Honolulu, II. I., by the
'BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. R. FARRINGTON Editor
ANIEL LOGAN City Editor
SATUItDAY, JUNE 17, 1899.
" Austin's Hawrumn Woekly" is
tlio lnicst jouriinlittio outerpriso
fo on'er tlio field in Honolulu.
Tho first issuo brought out todny
is a very cojiniemlnblo one, with
timoly illustrations and n genornl
oxcellouco of ninlceup thnt is at
tractive. Tlio editor nnaouncos
that his fiold h, not nlono Ilono
lulu, but nil tho Amoricnn posses
sious of tho PnciGc. Tlio "Pro
gross of tho Pacific" is tho banner
nailed to tho masthead and the
Cold is sufficiently new, and broad
enough to warrant the suucesi of a
properly cond noted journal.
Tho Supromo Court of Hawaii,
in anppoit of its rulings against
tliooporatioa of tho constitution of
tho United States in tho Hawaiian
Jslnnds, intimates thnt these Isl
ands "may bo regarded at least
for coitain purposes as in a transi
lion state or onl; inclioatchj an -vercill"
Thoy furthor say, in spsakinp
of tho joint resolution of annexa
tion: "It is an nt tempt to annex
thoso ialnuil) to a certain extent,
or for certain purpose for the
iimo boiug, full annexation in be
completed at a later period!"
In view, of the facts in regard
to tho annexation of these Island
to tho United States, it seems
marvelous, anil almost incredible
tun Supremo Judges, who are
prosu ued to bo intelligent ninu,
and to speak intelligently, should
put forth such nrratit uousenBo!
By tho lauguago of the Joint
Resolution of Congress which wan
assented to hythc JFawaiian Govern
went, and under the terms of which
there ha hecn a complete transfer
of the sorercujnty of these Islands to
the- United Slates, it is expressly
doclnra.l and ngreod that "tho
said Hawaiian Islands and their
dependencies be and they are
horoby annexed ni part of the
torritiry of the United States, and
they are subject to tlio sovereign
To spoak of theao islands so an
noxod, as "inchoatoly annexed," or
unnoted only "to a. certain extent
or for certain purposes for the
time being, fall annexation to be
completod horeaftor," or to regard
them as being in n "transition
stato" of "annexation," seems ut
terly unworthy of sensiblo men.
Thoro can be no such thing as
"inchoate annexation," nftor a
trnnsfor of torritory to tho sover
eign dominion of tho United
Statos, under n declaration and
agreement of present annexation.
A present annoxation consummat
ed by a surrender of sovereignty
cannot bo othorwiso than onmplote,
nnd cannot bo made moro full, in
respect of annexation, by any moio
cbnngo in tho form of organiza
tion, or of government therein.
As betweon annexation and the
want of it, thoro may bo a transi
tion from the nnannexed to tho
nnnoxod state; but after territory
lias been ouco annexed to the
United Stiles, and possession and
dominion theroof surrendered to
its Government, no mero tempom.
ry form of organization, or trnusi
tion from ono form of organization
to nnother, can render tho annexa
tion any more full or complete, or
justify tho ueo of the terms "in
choate annoxation," or a "transi
tion Btato" or "transition period"
Immediately upon tho actual
transfer of tho sovoreign dominion
of annexed territory, tho annexa
tion is complete for all time, and
for all possiblo purposes regard
less of tvhat temporary purposes
may bo thereby subserved, nnd
for all possible forms of gov
ernment, whether it bo a
temporary form declared by
tho terms of tho annoxation,
or a morn permanent torritorial
form of (ovornraout to bo estab
lished by Cougross, or a final form
of State Government, upon Its ad
mission an ono of tho United
Stntos. Neithor of theso forma of
Govommont, or changes of form,
has anything whatever to do with
making tho annexation one whit
more full or complete tlnn it wns
inn lo in tho first iustaucc.
By tho terms of tho Joint Beso
lution of annexation of theso Isl
ands, it io provide.! that the nuiui
oipal legislation of the Islands,
"not inconsistent with this joint
roaolutiou, nor contrary to the
Constitution of tho United States,
nor to any existing treaty of tho
United States shall romaiu in
force, uutil Congress shall other
wise determine," and tho power
is vested in tlio Prosidont of tho
United States to deaignalo in what
porsous the Civil, Judicial and
Military po.ver of tho Islands
shall bo vested. This provides
what may well In allied a tem
porary form of government for the
Islands, until Congross shall pro
vido a moro porraanent form, but
tho duration of this tempornry
form of government is not n"trnu
sition period" of "annoxation,"
nor is it a "transition Btato" or
'transition period" of subjection
to tho paramount authority and
sovorcigu dominion of tho United
States and of its Constitution,
which subjection is ns complete
nnd full uow as it ever can bo
under nny pormnnent form of ter
ritorial organization of these Isl
ands. DANCING OF LITTLE ONES
Mrs. Guun and her fancy danc
ing claB3 of children were groeted
nt tho Opera house last oveninc
by n very large audience of tho
representative pooplo or lionolu
lu. J-lie curtaiu went up
nt about a o clock and tun follow
ing program win carried out in
i Overture "Ouren of the Isle."
2 Fancy Drill
j La Petite P.is Seul
4 Baby tlalleT
uorotny i-reetn tuiiii Meier
Grace Robertson, Lucia H.ilstead
Doris Haywood H.izel Hals
tead, Lena Colburn Meta Peter
5 Parisian Skirt Dance
6 Montezuma Cotillion
1st Set. Majorie r-reeth Agnes Bucha
nan, Madeline Dowsett Cora
2nd Set. Annie Dowsett Elsa Renjes,
Abble Dow -Sarah Colburn.
3rd Set. Alice Green Catherine Hor
ner, Fannie Petersen Lillian
7 Sailor's Hornpipe
8 Dance of the Fairies
Edna Krouse Louie SchwelWer Do
ris Haywood Dorothy Freethjr
9 Serpentine Dance
10 Waltzes "Daughter of Love."
Amateur Orchestra. ,
1st Set. Helene Irwin Kenneth Atkin
son, Annie Graham Frank
WlEht. Linda Schaefer-Mel-
vllle Mimsarrot, Ida Kopke
2nd Set. Hilda Robertson Alfred
Cooper. Sarah Lucas Anla-
puna Boyd, Dorothy Wood
L.yrn may, rsor.i ttwanzj
irdSet. Marcuerltte Crclehton Wil
He Wchuman, Irene Boyd
narry i.ucas, tana Krouse
Frank Lufkln, Doris Haywood
12 Tambourine Dance
Florence LyonsAnnie Dowsett Ma
deline Dowsett Alajorle Freeth.
13 Highland Fling
Dorothy Freeth Edna Krouse,
14 Five Step Polka
ij March by the class
Grand March Fin lie Ueman
Miss Elna Gunn ws vory
graceful in her "Li petit a pas
soul," danoiug with the lightueso
that charactorii'.j tho work of all
Mrs. Gunn's pupils. Miss Edna
Krouso s Parisian skirt dance
would have done credit to a much
older person. Tho little cirl was
dressed in a very attractive red
gown nnd colored lights woro
thrown upon hor from tho side.
Tho baby ballot was ono of tho
best numbors on the nrocram.
Even though tho littlo onos did
make a few mistakes they woro all
tho moro attractive for them.
Olivor Lansinc's sailor's hornpipe
was up to its UBiial standard of
oxcellonco. Miss Floronco Lyons'
sorpentiuo danco wns one of the
hits of the evening. Colored
lights wore thrown ou tho dancer
and a beautiful effect was pro
duced. Tho minuet in the second part
was excellent aud bIi wod lone
drilling and patient work ou the
part of Mrs. Guun. The tam
bourino dauca aud the Highland
fling were nmong the best num
bors on tho prouram. Tho littlo
girls woro v ry urncoful.
Aftbr tho entertainment at tno
Opera Houso n dance was given
iu Progroas Hall. Tho attend
ance wan largo.
Tliir la No Kick,
Brought to notico of tho general
public; which is worthy of record,
relative to any unpleasantness in
tho bicyclo races. Tho silent
steeds carried their riders snfoly
and speedily nnd, as is usual, tho
Sterling wheel, for which tho
P. C. fe M. Co. aro agents, brought
tho Manoa Wonder (J. SiIvb) to
tho front. The Sterling is a hieh
grade wheel and a new lot, lately
imported, direct from the factory,
is now 011 sale at the store of the
Pacific Cycle and Mfg Co. on
Fort Street. The wheels exhibit
thpmsolvef, tho prices are reason
able and tho terms of payment n e
most easy. Tho P. C. & M. Co
will soil you a high grndo Sterling
wheel for SGn 00 on small weekly
or monthly instalments. The
Sterling is "built like a watch;"
all tho parts aro the result of care
ful and competent workmanship
aud nro placed tocether so ns to
obtain, not alone beauty in style
nnd finish, but nlso strength iu
THE DAnlfflCK REPORT,
7iMcBrJc j', 14 Jo ., it Walaliu i no.
UalHi 3)a'j so Jo 3j, 10 II. S.
311, 50 Kllitl palj
No Mori Flvc-t'rnt Miiinpa.
There aro no more livo-cont
stamps at tho Post OQice nnd all
day yontorday p?oplo who wanted
to sond letters J'o tho States wero
forced to uso "onea" and twos
Another lot of "fives" is oxpectod
in tho near future.
It is said that there is one
great fault with our collection
of Island Views, and that is
that we have so large an assort
ment of beautiful subjects that
it becomes bewildering to the
buyer. We are thanktul that
everyone does not look upon
this fault with disfavor.
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM. HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Hawaiian Ooera House
SATURDAY, JUNE I7TH.
The Eminent Actor, MR.
WILLIAM MoVAY !
And His Associate Pl.iyers,
In ChasAVilllam'sGreatebt Farce Comedy
nuin t im tai in
Pa (A HnrriivflPA P.fi in
1 UJU1IIU 11UJIUI1U1V VJUt
MR. McVAY AS "JOHN PHILLIP MAC
A Scre.iinlng Comedy from start to finish I
NEW SCALE OF PRICES :
Orchestra 1 00
Dress Circle 1 00
First 3 rows In Balcony 75
Back of third row In Balcony 50
A complete line In Gents', Ladles and
Also a new line of Gents' Derby Hats.
Our Men's, Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing cannot be surpissed as regards prices
Just received a large Invoice of MEN'S
STIFF BOSOM COLORED SHIKTb,
which we are selling very cheap.
A new line of ASCOT S, IMPERIALS,
TECKS AND BOWS.
LINEN AND COTTON WASHABLE
SUIT S for Boys and Children, from 1.75
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVCrley BIOCl
Wa Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-1 t, Hotel St.
15 Cents Each.
Sec Them in Our Corner Window.
You bought freely of our fine Blown
Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen, nnd found
them excellent value.
The set of Crockery, 56 pieces for I7.Q0,
The fine Plated Teaspoons at 2.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Reading Limp
at 52.00 Is giving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook goodna
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
sold In three days. There are more on
the way much to the delight of the light
We Invite you tJ Inspect the 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. DimonrJ & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street
t"Acents. Gurnev Cleanable Refrl
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
coal anu wood), New Ulue Name Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
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.
JUST LIKE SILK ! m w t
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Oup
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. sachsTry GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
I 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 llmltod nuinbor of shares In tho nbovo Association nro now offered
for talo nt tho rmr valuo of $3 oach. Application should bo made to tho Kocrotary,
Mr IIannrl,ortonny inoinbor of tho llonrd of Directors, nt tho Htore, 221 Kort
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association.
i. Tliat elegant residence, of T. R. Lucas, Esq., Berctania anJ Kinau streets. Size
of lot 200 x 290.
2. Residence of Arthur Coyne, Esq., Spencer Avenue, facliiR that elegant lot of
George Beckley, Esq. Size of lot, 24i0oo square feet.
3. Residence of John Leal, Esq., Kewalo street. Lot 100 x 270. House of eight
rooms, grounds planted with all klnJs of tropical fruit and ornamental trees; with all
4. Unimproved lot adjoining No. 3. Size 10c 270.
The above properties are all worth the money 1 am ashing for them.
1. Nicelyfumishedhouse.it MaUikl. Parlor, dining room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen,
etc. Electric lights; together with use of piano and horse 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, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belting is acknowledged by several of the most e.pert 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, "., , T i
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Another invoice just received.
TheOELEBRltED ROOK LIGKC
For keeping Cattle, Sheep or Horses in the best condition possible,
and free fiom all diseases, especially from TUBERCULOSIS and
Full assortment of Pottie's Remedies always on hand.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Anent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Only Chartered Woman's College in California.
C!nnfpri (tepTQnn!! nrpcntc Ita Alitmn-i
of r: ii ,i.7-v:-iir-. ,.'. v: :r . ... " "'
..i iiv umvuaiiu.-.. i,s ociiimuiy luuisc
most excellent opportunities for the tudy
Beautiful location, unsurpassed for
Knumu; wiiee nines 01 wain; excellent
une-nait nour tram uaKMiul, and an
Resident students p.ty no tuition for
Write for Circular. Address
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no ianil -,. ...ii.i ..... r. i .
. "vv; rv '"'"' or grauuate worn
r.'l!ulli1.lle fnr ri
jucrcuueu ov me un vers ties. nipr
by the Universities. Oflers
of Music, Art and Elocution: also Business
Five buildings; 125 acres of
hour arid a quarter from San Francisco.
regular courses. Terms for board, etc..
MRS. C. T. MILLS,
Milk rnllofro l n f-llf
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