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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY G, 1899.
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ftblUtltd Every Day, tuctpt Sunday, it io King
tttet, Honolulu, II. I., by tin
8ULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON ...Edlloi
ANIEL LOQAN City Editor
THURSDAY, JULY G, 18119.
In sonio qnnrlcia tltt objoction
to a confession I FuUli ou the
Fourth of July was duo to a fear
that the resolution fnn wns
Spaculntiiui i the "took mnrkot
lia-j boon pltiyed to tlio limit witb
the rt'sult thai tho nppnrtuiiitipi
for mnking good investrucnts in
local BMjurit'iM worn u rr bi-lU-r.
Ono of tho pcimltiuu of populnr
ity i pxnmplifit'il in Tlnodon
Boojevslt't iipoorlioa thnt duriun
February hi' nnswprcd 4851 lottorf
from itdrairern of tho K ugh
When tbrt politicians assort
(hora U uothiufj iumv under tbo
sun Sutuon, witli it ol anting, tri
plioitt', nrtl uufot Intuitu Govern
rnout, bobt up to provo tho state
m-ut ii in'MnIf .
An Anit riunu instructor in box
ing employed on nSpauiah Amor
can l-aitiiug ship, suggests thnt
tho world is moving toward the
nnivt'isil brolhcihnod of mankind
in deviou nnO'
Soincoiio iitib c-iiil too Fourth
of July meeting uus not n repru
Bentativo guthfiiiig beanuui; tliere
wore so runuy women present
"What better representation can be
ask'ri tlniu tbo mother of tbo na
Willi the peaceful possession
of the country making numerous
domauds upon Attorney General
Grii?ns, thnt oflieial might lit
Binlouid if ho were to view the
fighting in the PhilippincH with
s nnuwbat of Kt-t -fi. d i difference
Tho Pioneer Building nnd Loan
A-nooUtbn does not forge ahead
with a iiotnblo blare of trumpets.
It simply pen along making
money for its members, building
h nnB for the people of moderate
income, n'ud tlireby famishing
ono of tbo b"st of investment medi
ums of tho city.
Whatever the outcomo of any
flag incident, the people who were
aitivtj participants may bo ruck
oned .13 being iu the samo state of
mind n9 tho woman couviiced
against her of tho biidip
opinion still. And arguments,
however long and powrful, can't
oh.inge sncti opinioi ft.
It is not likely ihat tho Board of
Eduonliou cuu soe its way clear to
the purchase of American Hags
for tbo school housea of Hawaii.
An excellent opportunity i3 offui
od for tho Grand Army Post to
tako up the suggestion made by
Mr. Jono3 nnd jeouro llaus for the
bchnol houtps by popular sub
The AdvovtUer is tight in Bay
ing that tlioro ought to bo raorH
Amerieau famili. h in Hawaii, but
certainly the next best thing a
tregaid the (1-tg is to cuueo tin
'Asiatiob to rpvcrvnci tho Americ
an Hag and tint! out wh.it it standi?
for. Do thii b'bt you can with
wlrit you have lieforo howling
about what oiehr t' b.
poiiro itiro piaki;s ui:o.uusr.
Porto Bico ns w-ll as Hawaii is
waiting upon the dt-eision of At
torney Goueral G.igga to learn
whether or uo it can recoivo the
full bonofits given citizens under
tlni Ainuricuu constitution. Scuor
Bivern, former Secretary of State
in tho Porto Bioan cabinet, u now
in Washington pressing tLo claim
that when the peace treaty was
ratified, Porto Bico became an in
tegral part of tho United Slates
vnnd consequently its citjzins ate
entitled to all tho riglitH nml privi
leges of American citizens. In
Bhort tho asftirtion is made that
the constitution follows tho flag in
now teirilory whoo tbo citizens of
that territory are law abiding citi
zens; that it is not necossary for or
within tho province of Congress to
legislate tho constitution to the
new (b)tnain; that it is withiu the
provinco of President McKinlov
to open tho door of American
rights to Porto Bicans.
The principle for whioh our
Porto Bican brotbron are contend
ing is practically tho snmo as that
which tho pouplo of Hawaii up
hold, and tho decision of the At
torney Gouora! will bo awaited
witb no little interost in every
burg of tho United States. Fur
thermore it givos promiso that the
wliolo question of constitutional
limitations in nowly acquired ter
ritory will bo carried to tho Su
premo Court of tho United States
for a final decision. This may re
sult in a general upset all along
tlio lino including portious of tho
No-viand's resolution and decisions
of our local Supremo Court.
Whatevor tho result it is to bo
hoprd that on oarly sottlomont
will bo secured.
A llunitrriit anil (ha CoU.
"I Quo you ono bundled dollars
ntnl eoots." ThetiO wore the woids
that alioodt fclnggered Paintor J.
II. WcBt as he stood befoto Judge
Wilcox this forenoon. Tho Court
room was crowded with people
who expected an interesting caso,
auit they craned their necks for
ward as tho tall American walked
up to the Judge.
West ploaded fjuilty to tho
charge of malicious injury by tear
ing down tho Gorman (lag thut
tl-nv over tho Orpheum Hotel ou
July '1th. West, on boing asked
if ho had boon drinking auything
whon ho pulled down the flag,
remarked, in a rather deoidod
tone, that ho was not a drinking
man. Ho considered he had a
perfect right to pull tho flag down.
Judge Wilcox's mannorchauged
immediately. Marshal Broun re
marked that ho had seen sovoral
Chinese ilags Hying on thi Fourth,
and Judgo Wilcox mentioned bpvo
rat Hawaiian llags he bail seen.
Why did ho not toar those down?
Marshal Brown said he did not
ask for iraprieonment, whereupon
Judgo Wilcox remarked that ho
did not iutend to give imprison
ment. A lino of a bund rod
dollars and costs would bo about
It is tho opinion of many pro-
sent that West would not have
been given snob a heavy line if ho
'iad u it taken euch an indepen
The Snfe Route to Wheel Content.
The reputation of a Bicycle, like the
reputation of a human being, depends
wholly on what people say of It, not
wlmt they know of It. Meritorious
wheels have undoubtedly suffered from
careless and ignorant criticism. It Is one
of tile strongest evidences of the standing
of the "Hullt Like a Watch Sterling bicy
le" that no one has ever anything to
say of It save gooJ. One can never 'fall
of bicycle satisfaction In following the
unanimous approval of all wheeldom.
"That hump," said the surgeon, " can
only be removed by changing from an in-
proper to a correct position. I would ad
vise you to ride a Sterling'." It gives you
tlie proper reach nnd you needn't stoop
to pedal, it runs so oasv. Dont cut glass
with an ax. Take a diamond. IDont ride
a lumberwagon just because you are going
over rough roads. Ride a High-grade,
Bullt-like-a-watch Sterling, .1 light.
elegant dainty mount, but n reliable road
ster, even lor Heavy weignts.
Look at It this way without a complete
knowledge of bicycles you must necessari
ly depend to a great extent upon the say
so of the dealer. Why not call upon the
P.idfir C.ver. ' M'fV Cm., on Fort street.
where vou are il&ublv protected bv the
great fame of the Sterling bicycles sold
and by the reputation ot their agency,
"Sold by Hit P. C. &M. Co.," is a good
All they ask for the highest grade bicy
cle ever manufactured, only SOo.oo on
small weekly or monthly Installments.
Th" SuproiiR'Oourt this morning
heard tiiu petition of the Collector
of Cnstom-i to mandamus the Cir
cuit Judge to j'rhuo n commisiiou to
tako oral testimony in rcnwiieiBhip
of vessels for which Hawaiian re
gistry has beeu applied. Tho
matter wai taken uuder advise
men' after argument. W. O,
Smith sat with Justico Froir anil
Whiting, Chief Justice Judd be
The case of Mary E. Foter ve.
The Kaneoho Banoh Co. was on
trial befoio Judgo Stanley this
Tho fun ml of Him late Dr.
John M. 1'iact-v w-ll ho hold finin
tho Catho'ic C-illiwIral tomouow
morning ut (J o'clovk.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
too McBryJ a't, 100 do aft, 40 K'lhel 10.
DctMn Boards 15 Klhel 10M. 15 do ioJ$, ;o Mc
Bryde t4, 10 Klhcl to!4, 1 McllryJe .'5.
Tn-Jay's Slon j Kfliel io!i, S do 10, too
Mcl)rde a 80, 10 Kamalo 1.
" ffllk." Collliu.
Herbert Collins one of tho bo-t
known nll-round athletes of tl.
Pacific Coast is iu Houolulu on a
tour of tho world ns athletic in
structor ou tho training ship Sar
miento, "Mike" as he is familiarly
known in SanFrancisco is ns good
as tho beet at nenrly every sport.
At boxing ho is especially clever
nnd ho was picked out by tho cap
tain of the school ship from n
Inrgo uurabor of tho Olympic
Club's boat athlotcs and offered
the position which ho now occu
pies. Until professionalized Borne two
yoars ago for accepting a cash
prize for singing, Collino always
carried his club's colorB to victory
in the amatour field sports. For
soveral yoars ho was nn active
member of tho B. L. 0. Club nn
annex o tuo Ulympin uyciers.
Whilo in port, Mr. CoIIiup will be
tbo guod of Mr. 0. A Graham,
an old frieud of his.
2 THIS COUPON,
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONt COPY
I'On to Manila,'!
5. By DOUGLASS WHITE,
. "fcamlnr war torrponJni.3r
Experience is the 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
to handle kodak developing
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lotr, at special
prices regardless of the advance in
AYo iiim to keoi) up with
tho BOOK TRADE, nnd
tho lutcst publications will
bo found on our counters.
Any book not found in stook
will bo procured on Hhovt
notico. Lnrgo stock by , tho
popular uulhors of tho day
always on hand.
310 FORT STREET.
PaciflG Hardware Co., Ltd.,
"THEUE ARE NONE SO
BLIND AS THOSE
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
There are some people who cannot be
convinced that white Is white and black
is black, because they are determined to
have their own way about It. Very good.
Such iieople go through life missing the
great truths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There are others again who are con
vlnceable. It Is to the m-n of this class
that we like lo talk about ihe jnerlts of
They aie better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-toorder
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very best made-to-measure gar
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That Is
why we say investigate the merits of the
clothes bearing tills label before going to
a tailor. You risk nothing and stand to
win a lot.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 BEotol Strcot : : f aycrlCY BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 n, Hotel St.
AT COST !
We make this announcement in the face
of a rising market.
Why ? Because we want the room for
other goods more strictly within our lines.
Our entire stock of
SHELF HARDWARE and
Will be sold at cost. This CLE ARANCE
SALE will commence on TUESDAY,
JUNE 20, and will continue until the en
tire stock Is exhausted. The goods are
marked In plain figures.
You will find a few samples in our large
window. The stock Is on our second floor.
Take the elevator. You will find a sales
man in charge of this special department.
Come early before other dealers buy It out.
BSUWe want our customers to get this
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen's Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood; Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus OH Stoves,
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Extra fine lot of Heavy Mules, nice driv
ing, and Saddle Horses at Honolulu Stock
Yards Co., corner Alakea nnd Queen
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
ynLq.U?Jpesigns. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever VxhTBireih-Only one piece of a kind. Do not fail to
see them. -
N. S, SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Special jE31o !
MISS H. PAULINE DINAN,
Of the MISSES DINAN of San Francisco,
Has Opened a Branch Store
At the Egan Dry Goods Co.'s. FORT STREET.
Special Sale of Imported
Hats at Half Price.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES by every steamer from our San Francisco store.
Prices very moderate. ,
We have a new line of LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND
HOSIERY. And we have the famous On and Off Dress Shield the
shield that can be changed from one
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, the
Egan Dry Goods
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 limited nuinbor of Blinres In tho nbovo Assoclnllon nro now olTorod
for snlo nt tho ymr valuo of ?5 onch. Application Rlionld bo infulo to tho Socrotary,
Mr. llunapl, or to nny membor of tho Hoard of Directors, nt tho Btoru, 120 Fort
A. V. GEAR, President. EDWAKD K. HANAPI, Secretary.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS, WILCOX, Auditor
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
THE CHARM OF WOMEN.
The wish to be beautiful Is every woman's heritage. She never looses It. It
brightens every day of her life. There Is one charm within the reach of everv
woman the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes It easy.
Hurrah for the Fourth of July!
Fireworks, Flags, Balloons,
Decoration Bunting, Shields,
Red, White and Blue Paoer Festoonins.
Red,White and BlueStars and Stripes Ribbons
COT Assorted cases Fireworks at P15. $20
ES?" Assorted cases Fireworks at Sm. f2o
Grant, Dewey and Lincoln. For sale at
Tolo phono -178.
TEA! TEA! TEA!
Just received, the famous RED SEAL BRAND of TEAS Oolong,
Pan Fired Japan, Natural Leaf Japan', English Breakfast, Ceylon,
Mixed, and Blended. This Tea cannot be surpassed for excellence nnd
price. At the store of
S. J. SA.IiTER.,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orplieum Block. -1- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
waist to another without sewing.
Latest Styles in Collars and Cuffs.
Co,, Fort Street.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
and f 25. Lithographs of Washington ,'
", ur f corner Nuuanu mul King streets.
a W. IiKDEHKR, Proprietor.
P. O. Box- f;35