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THE EVENING lU1M.KT.l2t: tiUKULULU, II l.t JUNE 20, 18UD.
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btUbtd Every Day, fpt Sunday, Hi 110 King
tfttl, Honolulu, II. I., by the
3ULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. R. FAHRINOTON Editor
ANIEL LCXiAN City Ml tor
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1890.
VALLAriOUM IIHASIIMNn AS TO
ckshion dp comiui:ui:i
The Supremo Court fnllnciuuBly
rcfieous from correct premises in
bupp' it i'f its conclusion thnt the
Constitution o tho United States
is not npplicnble in tho Ilnwniinn
It starts with tho correct pre
miso thnt tho Constitution o' tho
United Stntes is to bo reneonnbly
coustniHi, find by fallnc!ou
reasoning renches tho. il ogicnl
conclusion thnt the Constitution is
not opurntive in theso Islands.
As (in illustration of thnt pro
mise, tho constitutional exorcise of
tho war power is roforrod to by tho
Court and it is fallaciously up
Burned thnt the Stnto of war thoro
by induced necessarily rendors in
operative other provisions of tho
Comtitution for tho prolectiou of
life, liberty and proporty. It is
fallaciously argued thnt btcnuee
tho necessity of wnr makes that
constitutiouni and lawful wliiali
would not bo bo in timo of ponce,
thereforo "ueceesity" i only
"another unmo for a difforoucp of
circurnstnnco, nud tho lnw appli
cable to ono set of circumstances
is not applicnblo to nu essentially
tlifforcnt set of circumstances,"
nnd it is fallaciously implied thnt
n Bnppoicd"necesBity"growiug out
oE circumstnnce not connected
with the oxerciso of constitutional
powor, mny ovrrido tho Con
h titutiou,. nnd render its provisions
Tho truth is that tho constitu
tionlcsirci6e of tho wnr powor
does to1 rondcr inoporntivo any
other provisions of tho Constitu
tion. Tboy are all operative for
tho protection of Inw-abidiug oti
zons of tho United Stales in timo
of war as well ns in timo of ponco.
Thoy wore never intended to opor
alo for the protection of tho ono
mies of tho United States. The
Constitution provides for a State of
war, and makes express oxcoptions
ns to tLo trial of offenses in tho
land and naval forces.
Tho possibility that soldiers of
tho Unitod States may loso thoir
lives ns the result of war arises
from tho national requirement of
subduing tho publio enemy; and
in such ctso tho loss of lifo is
tho act of the public enemy, and
not of tho United States. The
United Slates can tako no proper
ty of its law abiding citizens evon
for war purposos, without due
It is argiicd that land conquer
ed by tho military forco of the
United States in time of war, "is
to bo regarded as a part of the
American Empire, for some pur
poeos, though not for other pur
poses" in advance of nuy action
.by tho law ranking or treaty
making powor of the United
States, and thnt they would not
belong to any other power. But
Cuba, tl.oucli occupied tern
porinrily by tho military force (Jt
tho United Stntcs, belongs to its
poop'e, and is not to bo rf gardo 1
nanny part of thoAmoricanEmpiro
for any purposo and can not bo
o 3ino such without a futuro act of
annexation. Puorto ilico did not
bocotno any part of tho Amoricun
Empire, until tin oiuoluVt m of
tho troaty of penco with Spain
nnd tho ovaountion of tho Spanish
troops therofrotn. Tho same ia
truo of the Philippine Jslnuds.
Congress recognized thorn an bo
longing to Spain, nnd not'to tho
United Slates, until tho treaty of
pcaco wis conoludid, and they
tvoro ceded therein to tho United
It is fallaciously acsumod by
duo Court tLat tho final cosaion to
tho United Slotcs of If nitory con
querod in timo of war, as tho re
sult of n trrntty of ponco, as in tlu
ensos of Puerto lUoo nnd tho Phi-
lipniuo Inlands, does not render
tho Constitution of tho United
States operativo therein, in ad
vance of legislation by Congress;
and il i illogically concluded
that tho Comtitution of tlio United
States is not opjmtivo iu these
Islands uudor tho anuexatioa
thereof by Congress, in pursuance
of tho tarrus nf annexation agreed
upon between Congress nud tho
But there can be no annexation of
territory to the United Slates, which
does not carry thither by virtue of
the sorcreiijn dominion of the I'nilcd
States therein, the operation of the
Constitution of the United States
for the protection of all irho are std
missive to its authority. Thoso
who bear arms against tho United
States any where are its foes, and
must be treated is such, but all
who submit to its authority are
entitled to tho protection of tho
liberties guirantccd by tho Con
stitution of tho United States,
whilo they nro in auy torritory
subject.to its control, whether nn
noxednstliP result of military con
qneat, or otherwise.
Judgo lVny has dismissed tho
complaint in tho application of L.
D. Spenctr vs. b 13. MnStocker.
Collector General for n writ of
mandamus iu the caso of tho ehip
Stnr of Friiuce.
W. It, Oustlo has sued J. F.
Colburn as executor of tho estate
of Antouo Itosn, deceased, for an
accounting nnd asks.tho Court to
compel said executor to retain iu
his hands Mifllciout money to pay
Jose FrMtas Phillips by his.st
toruey Arthur M brown has com
menced suit against Antonio For
nandcz, Esbolln Bettencourr, Ma
naol Gomez and Jno D Paris to
forccloso a mortgage in tho sum of
$2500 on. lands in Konn.
J M Dowsett, executor of the
estate of Stephen Spsncor, de
ceased, has filed bis final account
ing. He charges himself with
tho sum of $'20,23 18 and nsks to
bo allowed tho sum of 820,70190
thero being n balance of $5537 19.
The accounts of Mary M Sea
bury, executrix of the ostato of
Autono Senbury, havo boon np
proved by J ml no Stanley.
Up fur Truancy.
Beko Kannohi appeared in tho
Polico Court this forenoon on tho
charge of truancy. On being ask
ed if sho was guilty Boko an
nounced thnt her fathor, a hack
driver had tied hor hands behind
her and threatened to kill her.
The fathor statod that tho girl had
run away from home repeatedly
and had remained forlivodtys
tho last timo. Tho girl was in
clined to bo importincnt. Judge
Wilcox montioned Onhu jail and
told defendant to go nnd sin no
Oalm College Y. 31. O. A.
The Oahu College Y. M. O. A.
was groot( d by a large attendance
at its annual publio moating in
Pauui hall last night. Tho pro
gram as publiehod in tho Bulle
tin yesterday was admirably car
ried out. Tho address of Itev. W.
A. Gnrdnor dealt with tho old
tHovorh, "Honesty ia tho host po
licy." IS. O. Hall delivered a vorv
graceful address of welcomo and
the young ladies of Oahu and ha
uichamoha song come vory nccep
THE DATTTSoCK" TEPORT,
31 Kdinalo t.8o. l Walalua At ion. ,n AltHrt J j
aoo Jo 4 ij Klhei ij, too Jo is, 50 McLlryJe .
4 Njlilku to, ijMaunalela.40, ajMcliryJo 4 3;,
.Malt Co 9.50, 150 Nahlku 1, 10 Mawulel 9. so, is
McllryJe 4, ion Nahlku ,, j' Nalilku j.ij, so
Nahlku 9 in,
It is roportod that there is an
unusual drying up of tho fish
ponds down Waikiki way and that
tlsh nro dying daily in such quan
titles as to creato vory nnpleatnnt
odorB. This stuto of affairs oxiets
principally along the lino of the
John E11 a road.
A lot of now talent will anivo
for tho Orpheum oa the Alameda
tomorrow morning. Iho first np
pearanco will bo tomorrow ovon
lng. The oponing farce by Jim
Post will bo "Hunting a Situa
tion." This is a vory funny come
dy and together with tho uow ar
rivals will probably draw a big
Tlicrn ft No Kirk,
Brought to notice of tho general
public; which is worthy of record,
relative to nuy uiipleasnntuo's iu
tho btoyala races. Tho silent
Bleeds carried their riders pnfoly
nud speedily nnd, ns h usual, tho
Storliug wheel, for which the
P. 0. & SI. Co. nro igents, bronht
tho Jlnnon Wonder (J. Silvn to
tho fiout. The Sterling is n hipli
crude wheel nnd a new lot, lately
imported, diteut from tho factory,
id now on sale at tho Btnre of the
Pncilio Cycle and Mfg Co. on
Fort Street. The wheels exhibit
themselvo.", tho prices nre reason
nblo and tho tonus of payment n e
most eay. Tho P. C. .fc M. Co
will soil you a high grade Sterling
wheel for SO 00 on small weekly
or monthly instalments. The
Sterling is "built liko a watch;"
all tho pirts aro the result of care
ful nud competent workmanship
and aro placed together so an to
obtain, not nlono beauty iu etyle
nnd finish, but also strength iu
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many being the starting point.
The craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Scenic Postal
Cards may now be had, in
fifty different subjects, at 2,
cetits per dozen.
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE 1
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
:has. s. desky proprietor
i. f. post ,. manager
The. Coming Man!
Serpentine Dancer, ai the GODDESS PELE.
The Kanoho Sisters,
Duck anJ Wins Dancer.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Darltone anJ ConleJIin.
Prof. I. Fross
In Dlack Art
t, Billy Howard
Jenetal Admission. a;c. and 30c.
Last six rowi lor Chlliren under ia jtari, 10c.
Reserve! Chairs, joe.
Seats can be booked bv rlncln; up Telephone mo.
Hawaiian Opera House
ONB NIGHT ONLY,
SATURDAY, JUNE 2-.TII.
Tlie Eminent Actor, MR.
And His Associate Players,
In Don Rouclcault's Famous Comedy
Drama of the SLAVE DAYS,
Special Scenery and Mechanical Effects.
A Big Dramatic Production.
B f the great Steamboat Scenel
r l L the bcenei on the Levee!
.Apr the ercat Knife Duel I
w la the bteamt'ual Implosion I
NEW SCALU OF PRICES :
Orchestra 1 00
Dress Circle 1 00
First 3 rows In Balcony 75
Back of third row In Balcony 50
foci Man Co, Ltd..
A complete line In Gents', Ladles and
Also a new line of Gents' Derby Hats.
Our Mn's, boys' nnd Children's Cloth
Inu cannot be surpassed as regards prices
Just received a large Invoice of MEN'S
STIPF BOSO.W COLORED SHIRTS,
which we are selling very cheap.
A new line of ASCOTS, IMPERIALS,
TECKS AND BOWS.
LINEN AND COTTON WASHABLE
SUITS for Boys and Children, from 51.75
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlGy BlOCl
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
15 Cents Each.
Sec 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, 5G pieces fpr f 7.90,
The fine Plated Teaspoons at S2.tJ"! were
a surprise, and the Nickel Reading Lamp
at J2.oo is giving periect satistnction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is saving on your
mei Dili, ana Keeps your cook goou i
Your"Gumey" Cle.1n.1ble Refrigerator
is now indispensable, ana 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 departments. You will be
attended by competent and courteous sales
people, and your goods will be delivered
free of charge.
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
Vou Holt Block, King street.
6TAgents, Gumey Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame 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 he 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
AS GOOD AS 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
H. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COBIPAKY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
i TEMPLE OF
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 nuiubor of tdmros In tlio nlmvo Association nro now ofTorcil
for sulo nt tlio Par vnluo of $5 each. Application nhoulil bo mndo to tlio Secretary,
Mr Ilannpt,ortoany moinborof tholioaril of DircctorH, nt tlio store, 420 Fort
A. V. GEAR, President. EDWARD K. 1 1 AN API, Secretary.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX, Auditor.
Dainty Striped Dimity,
JL laxmo Toweling,
Egan Dry Goods
t. That elegant residence of T. R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania and Kinau streets. Size
of lot 200 x 290.
2. Residence of Arthur Coyne, Esq., Spencer Avenue, fncinrj that elegant lot of
George Beckley, Esq. Size of lot, 24,000 square feet.
3. Residence of John Leal, Esq., Kewalo street. Lot 100 x 270. House of eight
rooms; grounds planted with all kinds 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 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 horse and carriage.
2. Cottage of seven rooms on Wilder Avenue, near Keeaumoku street.
L. C. ABLBS,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Agent.
315 Fort Street Telephone 139.
The CELEBRATED M
ror Keeping vauie, aneep or norses in tne Dest condition possiDie,
and free from all diseases, especially from TUBERCULOSIS and
Full assortment of Pottie's Remedies always on hand.
C W. MACFARLANE,
- Aunt for Hawaiian Islands.
.The Only Chartered Woman's College in California.
Confers degrees and presents Its Alumna; as 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 Francisco.
Resident students pay no tuition for regular courses. Terms for board, etc..
moderate. NEXT TERM BEGINS AUGUST 3rd, 1809.
Write for Circular. Address
Hurrah for the Fourth of July!
Fireworks, Flags, Balloons,
Decoration Bunting, Shields,
Red, White and Blue Paper Festoonins,
Red,White and BlueStars and Stripes Ribbons
COT Assorted cases Fireworks at $15, $20 and H$. Lithographs of Washington,
Grant, Dewey and Lincoln. For sale at
I- 72&Lm 3Lja. , cornor Xuuanu and King stroots.
S. W. LKUKUKIl, Proprietor.
TcloplH.no 178. j,, 0 liox 635i
"V7 - .'HSli22S:.
5 cents a yard, worth 10o
9 cents a yard, worth 12.l,c
9 cents u yard, worth 12Ac
12h cents a yard, worth lGjjo
ofr cents a yard, worth xliKo
25 cents each, worth DOo
Co,, Fort Street.
MRS. C. T. MILLS,
Mills College P. P.. Calif.
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