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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., JULY 21, 1899.
f iklliM Eveiy Day, ticept Sundty, at no Kin,
ttecl, Honolulu, II. I., by lh
HULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
. ft FARWNGTON Editor
TANIEl LOGAN City H.t-
FllIDAY, JULY 21, 1899.
TUB COUHT AND TIIKllAO.MINlS
TKATION. Tho oflicinl organ of tho Hawai
ian Government has of Into boon
very freo with its intimations of u
complete understanding between
Wnhiiiuton authoritioa nnd tho
Supremo Judges of Hawaii in r -gard
to tho rocout constitutional
dosioiona. With a view to obtain
ing nn nuthoritntivo statempi t,
tin- Bulletin presented tho fol
lowing questions to Associato Jus-
ico Frear, who vvlb in Washing
ton m n member of tho Hiwniian
It has been intimated that n
brief was tiled iu Washington out
lining tlio position that tho IIu
wtiiiiin Supremo Court won'd talc
ii(tho constitutional questions to
ame; tho brief wns on the same
lim b ns the recent decisions or
lh" Couit; tho Court knew of th
attitude of tho Administration
before it tniulo its deciaions. In
Judge, Frear: I don't know nuy
tl'Mitr of such a brief.
Did tho Court, or any memborof
it, recoivo directly or indirectly
any intimation from Washington
bh to tho tenor of tho prospective
constitutional decisions ?
Judge Frear: Whilo in "Wash
ington I talked with different otli
cinls of tho administration but not
officially. I do not care to toll who,
as the conversations wore poreonal
and confidential. Tho principal de
cision was tho customs docision,
tho principles laid down in which,
tho administration has proceeded
under since annexation. Hawaiian
products which aro dutiablo being
chart" d in tho United States and
American goods coming bore still
pay duty. Tho Hawaiian Consuls
ar retained in tho several citien
of tho United States and foreign
countries and the United State
Consul General still holdB his po
sition and exorcises tho functions-
of Lis oflico hero.
A FLAG INCIDENT.
"With tho possible exception of
San Francisco, Honolulu has
probibly ontertained a larger
number, nnd bocomo rnoro inti
mntoly acquainted with tho fight
ing men of tho United States than
nny other city in the nation. The
inoxperionced volunteer destined
to mnkn a record second to none
in tho war history of tho nntion
was oheored on his way, honored
as oaly loyal hearts can honor the
men who Ieavo homo and friouds
to uphold their nation's causo to
whatever fato it may lead, men
who lovo tho flag and aro ready
to dio for it.
In Intor months wo havo seen
tho mon triod in tho battlo front,
men from tho battlo fields of
Cuba and Porto Rico, unknown
bfroos whoso feats of individual
heroism have passed without par
ticular notice. As "regulars" thoy
lmve boon represented by an of
ficial organ as moroly common
pluce individuals who gravitato to
ha army btcauso thoy have noth
ing udso to do. Thoir patriotism
has been belittled by attempts to
chsracterized them as moroly tin
business uiachiuo in tho hands of
thoughtless "imperialists." In
the midst of these frequent visits
from men ropreBonting tho
strength and highest patriotism of
t' o nation, over civilized freMu
who make claim to the honor f
American citizenship havo taken
occasion to spoak lightly of tie
lovo of the flag, to jeer at tho men
who with timely and hoartfelt
fervor havo asked for a more f n -qtiont
dipplay of the nntional em
blora, a moro gonornl recognition
of the flag as an educational
feature of instilling in tho hearts
of our poople tho principles which
tho Stars and Stripos roprosonts,
Today thoro passed through our
streets tlio battlo ilng of tho 21th
regiment borno by Sorg't. Hayes
who, advancing 'mid a rain of
bullotB thnt cut down bravo mon
who followed him, planted the Hag
on San Juan hill. Men fought for it,
men gave up thoir lives beside it.
Tho tntterod edgos toll tho story
of tho Mausor doadly song thnt
hummed around it, stillod'only by
the valor of patriotio Gghtors, at
the cost of honored livos and suf
fering that was worso than doath.
Thoro was an omblem whioh of
all others seen iu our strocts cpi
touized thocouragoof oursoldiors
in fighting for tho human rights
of others, tin dignity, po-vor and
honor of our nation. Yot as this
flag passed along tho streets how
many boys and men paid tho de
forouco of merely dolling tho hat,
how many gave ovidoi.ee of recall
od what that flag .tands for and at
what cost the liberty of tho Amor
iciu citizen has been bought ?
They wore few if any.
Such will continue to bo tho
indifference with which tho flag
is regarded, whilo carping tonguos
and weak mindod men can find
amusement in making our national
omblem and patriotic enthusiasm
tho subject of passing jest and
JI. U. C. IX YKAK DOOK.
The Myrtlo Boat Club appears
in tho 1899 yoar book of tho Na
tional Association of American
Oarsmen of tho United States as a
non-member and tho names of all
thr officers aro given. It is very
probablo that tbo M. B. 0. will
send in an application for mem
bership in tho near future and
whou next Regatta Day comes the
"National" flag may bo soon wav
ing from tho boat houso in o mpa-
ny wiiu iuu nuunui uuu wuuu.
The secretary of the Association
is a friend of Mr. Ramsey of Ben
son Smith & Co, and it was
through tho latter that information
regarding tuo jl. 15. u. was ob
Want To Hfar Thoir Hand.
Tho colored band aboard tho
City of Para is one of tho finest
thnt has evor visited Honolulu.
Sovoral woll known people called
in at the Bulletin oflico today
and asked tbat a request bo mado
through tbo columns of this papor
that this band give a public con
cert in somo such placo as tho Ha
waiian hotol this or tomorrow
IVIiijrgle Moors Coming.
Josoph Fynnoy, advance acent
of tho Magcio Mooro company of
Australia, arrived in tho Moana
this morning. This company con
templates a tour through tho
States, going on later to London.
Thoy will pass through Honolulu
in tho Alameda of Aug. 18. Mr
Fynnoy will remain over one
stoamer to mako arrangomonts if
feasible for a season of about ton
days in this city.
fe Nolle FrouM.
The case of Ling Hco, the Obi
nose girl charged with larceny in
tho Eocond degree, camo up in the
Polico Court this forenoon. A
nollo prosequi woe- entered. Tho
attorney on the eido of the prose
cution failed to put in an appear
anco and tho girl was allowed to
go. This is the caso mentioned
in tho Bulletin yesterday. DHa
tory tactics wero mentioned in
connection with it.
Tho marriago of Abel Carreira
to Miss Virginia Silva took placo
last evening in tho Portuguese
Evangelical Church. Jesino An
drado was best man, and Miss
Mary Thomas bridesmaid. The
brido was givon away by her
mother. Aftor tho cororaouy a re
ception was held in tho homo of
Y. 'Ah Lin baB been arrested
on the chargo of attempting to en
ter tho country by fraudulent
moans, ho having purchased from
a friond in China an "Hawaiian
born" return pormit for iho sum
of 8280 and attempted to land by
moanB of it. As the Chinaman
was born in theso Islands ho will
eventually bo allowed to remain
but ho will first have to pay a fine
in tho Polico Court. This caso is
tho enmo as ono that was mention
ed in this paper a couple of
BITS OP HUMOR AND STERLING
"Is Mrs. Barkis on your calling list,
Mrs. Montgomery ?"
"Yes, but not on my visiting list. We
call the telephone book our calling list
The Sterllne wheels are In the lead I
Horses for racing purposes, or most any
other, are In comparison to the Sterling.
One of these handsome, up to date wheels
is "a thing or beauty anu a joy torever.
The lovs of an orjen-alr existence and a
spin on oneof the built-like-a-watch wheels
is a pleasure wortny ot a King.
"Don't touch me," said the chrysanthe
mum, ns It iMned awnv from the rose. "I
would be foolish to attempt It," replied
the rose ; "it's a well-known fact that you
Haven't a scent."
"Wlth.ill mv wnrhllvmiodsl thee endow"-
He stopped short his strong brain
seemed to reel
"At least with all of them" he stammer'd
"Except my brand new Sterling Chain
Editor: "Did you write those jokes
yourself?" . , .,
Manager P. C. & M. Co.: "Yes, sir."
Editor: "You must be older than you
Don't ride a wheel unless it's a good
one. Don't pay more than a wheel Is
worth. Don't take chances on an unknown
make. Go to the Pacific Cycle & M'f'g
Co., on Fort street, and buy a Sterling
bicycle that Mas a reputation.
St. Peter: "Which wife do you want
to live with ?"
Shade: "Are they all here ?"
St. Peter: "Yes.''
Shade: "I thought this was heaven?"
A PRESSING INVITATION.
That odd 75c. What will it do?
It will cloan and press ono
suit por week, keep your clothes
repaired, small sowing and buttons
replacod, gratis. Old clothes
look new and your wardrobo kept
in good condition, if you guaran-
too your patronago for a month.
A tailor charges you $1.50 to clean
and press one suit, this way you can
havo two suits cleaned for $1.50
per month. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Send
ordor by mail.
Your hat cloaned twioo a month
Ladies suits cleaned nnd pressed
75o. por suit.
Goods called for nnd dolivered
once a week.
H. T. Shaw & Co.,
Upper Fort Street
this rniiDfiN. i'
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY a
f'On to Manila,'!
3 By DOUGLASS WHITE,
eA "Examiner" War Correspondent K
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Funeral of Ilobort GUxra.
The funeral of the late Robert
Grieve took placo from the family
rosidenco on Beretania street yes
terday aftornoon. Bey. Alex. Mac
kintosh wub tho officiating clergy
man. Interment took place in
Nuuanu comotory. A largo nam
ber of friends wero in attendance.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM HOSE 1
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co.. Ltd
Mystery and Magic!
Post and Marlon in the Realistic Farce,
THE PAWNBROKER !
In conjunction with
The Hartwell Sisters,
In their own original Pyramidic Act
and Feats of Strength.
Boces and Haeward In Their Comedy
A Bloodless Murder !
Marie M. Brandes,
Gentftt Admission, C. nJ 50C.
U,t six rows for Children undtr ti years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 54a
Matinee, 2:30 p. m
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST.:
"Swallow" "The Wizard" - "The
Fowler" "The Rough Riders" "The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "Waldt-tandt"-"MaorTactlcs
of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hope"
"The Making of Hawali"-"The Real
Hawaii" "The Rapln" "Egypt In 1808"
-"Esplrltu Santo'' "Span o' Life''
"The Capsina" "Red Rock" "David
Harum" "The Awkward Age" "The
Development of English Thought" "The
Dreamers" "The Principles of Bacteri
Hawaiian Curios, etc.
316 FORT STREET.
"THERE 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 people go through life missing the
groat truths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There are others again who are con
vlnceable. It Is to the men of this class
that we like to talk about the merits of
They are better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
Alfred Beniamln & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-to-order
ciotnes, anu nave every uesiraoie attrioute
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 this 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 Hotel Street : : WaTGrley BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
A new lot of Fine Draft Horses, Teams
and Single Large Heavy Fellows.
Honolulu Stock YardsCo
Corner Alakea and
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK! ,
Is What We Claim Son Our .,
Printed Art Sateens ! -
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Arf"''V' j
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Farwell Cotton, 20 yards for
Calicos, 30 yards for
Gingham, 35 yards for
Brown Cotton, 25 yards for
Fine Figured Organdies, 20 yards for
White V Lawn No. 10
White V Lawn No. 12
White V Lawn No. 16
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes,
EGA! DM GOODS CO.,
Is showing a new lino of PUESES, SIDE COMBS,
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, BELTS and BELT BUCKLES
at very low prices. And a Complete Lino of
Men's DFTJLrxi.issli.ing:js s
Egan Dry Goods
You can make these yourself If you get a bottle of the famous " FAUST
Just received, FRESH APPLES, LEMONS, BLOCK AND CREAMERY
BUTTER; CREAM, SWISS, LIMBERGER AND EDAM CHEESE.
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orphcum Block. -1- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
One for the Table, the other for the Yard,
com tor tuu.
Fine quality of BLOWN TUMBLERS,
engraveu in inree assigns.
Your choice at 75 cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
RATTAN YARD RRDnM5 -,r r.ntc
each; regular price 65 cents, (these are
slightly damaged by salt water).
r.nmn1t nntfitc In CmYrn nUc.
Cutlery, Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, Including Stove and Refrigerator, for
J6yEstimates and lists given on ap
plication. J6y When you are in our store always
Inspect the Bargain Tables on the second
floor. (TnUe plvntnrV Ynn nn. gum
see something vou want, and the nrlre will
not stop you.
.Von Holt Block, King street,
Imnortersnf f"mrlprr I nmncnn.i U...-
Sole Acents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood : Gumey Cleanabie Refrigerators,
New WtlKS Rllle PI-imA nn ('
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves. '
Araericau MoBnenrjer Sorvioe
Masouio Tomnle. Telonlmnn
piece of a kind. Do not fail to '
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25c per cent below cost.
Co., Fort Street.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
All persons who are tenants of what ha
been known as the KaDlolanl Estnte .
hereby requested to make prompt payment
01 me amounts Uue by them, to the under
signed, rtt their office on Kaahumanu
I2C9-2W J. KALANIANAOLE.
HouoluluMcBBongor Service de
livora messages and Tmaltnrwn.