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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JULY 24, 1899.
f Ollial Cvtry Dv, xcM nMy, t tto Kin
til. Hon iIjiu. U l.i by ih
JtJLlGTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
,,. City Elliot
A-ll L f-K!. . .
.moxuvy, jcat 2-i, vm.
run hatch i.urruit.
Tho os u to wh'oh tho oflici'd
ogiin has HueceoJol iu rnisropro
flputing Mid ae.iliuout of Llawti'i
ou tho que tiou of tho oxtctiHiai!
of tho Unite I SihUm Constitution
in made moro uppirvit than over
whon F. M. lluieh ia diiven to
taking up tho matt-r in ii public
letter. Tlierju un nvr- conspr
vativo ie an i u t'm iirimrv i
Mr. lla'ch, no ono mote diiu
cliaod to outer a o.mlro'.v.sy ou;
sido tin mini routim of loal
Tbo olUoiaKrtti, in i'.s ueuw
woak aiiiiilctl a I'vuijMuu to the
principlu that wh.i'.avor thu ollicia1
circle anyj tonal hi) on, li u givou .i
drivelling support to tho nitir.dy
now idea polaimo! Iv tin S.i
promu UjiKt ttint t.o.j.s f llu
OoustituMou of Mie Unit'H S'ate
m3y bo seleetod and deol irod af
in fonn h3ro to auit Ib'oonvom
onco of tb? llawcii.iu Republic;
other portions that do not suit th.
OJUTO.iiiuco of ILtWiui uro c-. i
Tho fallacious nramenU an J
oonoluBions of Un Suyremo Ooa i
havo boou fu'ly rA lortti in tl
Bulletin au t tho matter pine '
in pro1)' r for n lo ob'aiu a nil n
from tho administration in Waj
ington, at prodonttha only souru
Tho probablo cause of Mr. Uu!ch V
Booriup ot tlin Advt'iti.ipr in Mi
repeated nttnmpU oc thr oIUjii:
ornu to ert-ato tho inpreno
that tho people of Hawaii arc
highly ph-iijL'd with the pros
pec that thy, of all tho mil
liorn of Aiuorio-in citize-n, n
clothed Hith tu imtboriiv to m
nide anch portions of the Oon-
B't'i.iono' iho United SialaB as do
not oiiicl with tho Oonjtituti in
of t!i Iti'pu'il oof Hawaii; that the
poopl of Hawaii nrj not anxious
for tho spoedy extension of thi
Atuuricaii Conutitutiou and Amer
In ono hr-ntli tho official nrgir
remark th'it wr do not want m
colonial (j'lvoriiiuont and in the
npxt it pudoraes a legal decision
th it id nothing if not a cudgol in
tlu hiu ia of tho fow RepieHunla
live i and S'u itors who will Book
hnv.i Hawaii 6et off by itnolf aud
no B'lbj-t to tho coi'tPiiHin of
the United Statoi. Tho roprcsen
tit o i upheld by the olUuial oryun
i. .hat the people "let go, h ml"
fro u .be it.dt pi'iitUufli. o II.w..!i
d itwithatanding tho territory wa
ourl for tho United States to
tats over. Fortunatoly the Ad
Yvrti.. r rr-proBOiits only a small
o'li ul few. Tlu only :u..l lrj.ii
it liij (jiibliilidd oiuc unuxttii m
U Un statement made thin morn
ing: ' What the vicwutf the Ad
vcrtisor art on ths .SVyjcl will not
have the slvjhtat influence in Con
grew." Whit a I'lpp ' d iiij.iioj.
To savo ilBidf from itio well meril
oJ ojndeiuuatiou of Iho peopl tho
official o-;m niluiiti th3 trn'U
tiint it liai no inutienc) in wuii-
ingto t, t a1 it doo not houHt
ly represent tho santimaut of
Hawaii an I couaoqiiently nhould
not bo taken sor'oubly; that its ob
ject in lif.i is 'o tel funny storios
aud Bhout "Hoar, Hoar !" when
any raembor oF its oQloial oirelo
makoj wiao atitjraont3;- taut tho
nly time when ita remarks
ero to hi txken eorioudly
ia whon 't spands months working
upon his'oriual miBropiodoulation
and pleads thai miirkcd copies con
tluitig tho iiui Ilia jucablo of ex
cqhoi bt. eont to frienib in Wash
Sinco tin day tho Hag wont up
tho whole ton lone,, of o'Dc'nl action
consequently tbe olilaiai organ
has boon one of dofriifo; con-
wl.mt ninii.iiiilftliiHT In wird ulT us i
long a possible tho constitution of
the Uaited S'atcs. Mr. Hatch g-v-3
far toward otphiuing the situation
whon lw oijm:
" T" f Fei'nn lo exist in ecr'ain
qmrtoM tnnoh nnrvnnn0"" " o
tho cousequpnes whioh would fol
bw, f it woro a'mitled that tho
OoustituMon of tho United States
id now the law of tho laud ; notably
nmoiis othor instauoea, with the
npologiste for contract labor. We
ought to all rejiica that that insti
tution is moribu id. We could tako
moro pride in ouraolvos if this blot
could hive boon removod by aot of
our own bo'ore tho enactment of a
plau of government for us by Oon
Ho mijht nlso add lo the list of
apologist , Ui03i seeking to place
foreign built ships uudor tho Am
erican uV by gaining au Hawai
ian rgistor during tho "transition
With iti mui! spirit ot the ar
r.int cowardice, tho Adverliaor dis
plays iti lak of courage of convic
tion by propiring a hnlo to tumoto
into an 1 a new bed for tho Su
promo Oourt deoiBion. It says
thero was au einr in tho docUiou
bat it is not the error you aro talk
in;: about. This is tho first
slop ti gt away from th
tobajgan alido, down which
thj Ad.'o t's.r huB no houoat
hoart 'd dosir.) to aooompauy the
olFicial c?LSora of its oditorial
Thi boraonugof unAmerican
olliuialiam in Hawaii is finding its
way home slowly but surely.
"When tho American Hag was
raisod in Hawaii, there was one
and o lly ono honest American
path to 'ollow. Tho path l?d to
th? i'uinuJitto wiping oat of utiou
Hawaiian laws as wore contrary
to the constitution of tho Unitod
Statos;tho voluntary asBiiraption by
Hawaii of the constitution of the
Fni'ol S'n'03 m a guide. TIip
Hiwaiiauo'.tlciaU had tho muohiu
cry at tlioir command and tho
Legislature w-uld havo furnished
tho power. The only thought tho
Goiornmeut lias given this course
had been ovidoncoJ by a mad rush
to whip tho American constitu
ti inul ilfvil round a stump and
climb tho defunct treo of Hawai
ian Iiidepoucj. It is fast becom
comiug apparent to the peoplo
t nt ibid pl.'iuj of oilic'ul rf ui-u is
a nolo iu tue urouuil tint bad
BACK FROM BATTLEFIELDS.
Continued from Page 1.
noinlu will m h firsotton. No
mattor what changes tho future
may brinf ovory American aboard
the Ilelief will ever remember the
dayrt spent in Houolulu, this tro
pntal uuy of puiiud of fiuitu and
tlower, of legend, of romance, of
enchantment, and of God-fearing
and liberty loving, loyal, kind
boat ted Americans.
E. H. Wheiiuy,
Corp. Co. H, ThuUi Peon,, U.S.V.
Prof. Anton Koebele will be
biiuk iu the Amorica Maru after a
stay of a couple of months in Cali
fornia. Ho will bo hero a few day 8
buforo proceeding South.
E ii'"d A. Jordiu of Co. I, of
the 'iutli Kansas, U. S. Volunteers,
is among the convalescent on the
Hospital ship ltelief. Ho is
special correspondent for tho Iola
(luuitjiw) Daily Ilegistor.
Ofliuer Hahdaui seoma to be do
alined to get into dongorous situa-
linun. A Bliort timo iigo ho was
forced to use bis club ou a white
man and Saturday night auother
man threutened to shoot him.
It was reported on tho Btroot
this roaming that an insurance
man representing tho directors of
the different 3 re insurance com
panies now doing busioois here
has oomn to re-adjust tho rates
on now buainose.
"Whilo loading a ton ton boiler
from tho Houolulu Iron Works
aboard tho steamer Keauliou this
morning at tho Iuter Island S. 8.
wharf, tho hind wheels of the dray
togother with a portion of tho
boiler itsolf wont through the
dock, tho heavy inaas was extricat
ed with much difficulty. The
boiler ia for tho Hacamaulu
( Sugar Plantation.
IIU.MUR AND STERLING
"U hrs. Batkls on your calling list,
Ars. MontRomery ?"
"Ye. but not on mv visit nc list. We
jcnll the telephone book our callliiB list
The Sterling wheels are In the lead I
Hones for racing purposes, or incbluny
other, are in comparison to the Sterling.
One of these handsome, up to date wheels
Is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever."
The joys of an open-air existence and a
spin on one of the hullt-like-n-watcli wheels
Is a pleasure worthy of a king.
"Don't touch me," said" the chrysanthe
mum, as It leaned away from the rose. I
would be foolish to attempt It," replied
the rose ; "it's a well-known fact that ou
haven't a scent."
"With all my worldly goods I thee endow"-
He stopped shott 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
.Manager P. C. & M. Co.: "Yes, sir."
Tidltoi: "You must be older than you
Don't tide a wheel unless It's a good
one. Don't pay more than a wheel Is
worth. Don't take chinces on an unknown
make. Go to the Pacific Cycle & M'f'g
Co., on Fort street, and buy a Sterling
bicycle that has a reputation.
St. Peter: "Which wife do you want
M Hi- with ?"
Shade: "Are thev nil here?"
St. Peter: "Yes."
Shade: "I thought this was heaven?"
A PRESSING INVITATION.
Tim odd 7fio. Wbnt will it do?
It will clean and preeB ono
auit per week, keep your clothes
repaired, small sowing nnd buttons
replaced, gratis. Old clothes
look new nnd your uardrobo kept
in good condition, if you gnaran
teo your patronage for a month.
A tailor charges yon $1.50 to clean
and press one auil, this way you can
have two fruits cleaned for $1.G0
per month. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. Send
order by mail.
Your hat cleaned twice a month
Ladies soils cleaned and pressed
75c per euit.
Goods called for and delivered
once a week.
H. T. Shaw & Co.,
Upper Fort Streot.
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GOOD FOR ONE COPY
j'On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
X "Examiner" War Correspondent
y'A ri "A? iipzi? ii? it? ii? ii? i? 'A
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 236.
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,,
C? Ico O H. Jbi 3H3 ZEB vJ-
Mystery M Magic !
The Laughable Farce,
'The Diamond Palace'
In conjunction with
The Hartwell Sisters,
in their own original Pyramldlc Act
and Feats of Strength.
Boggs and Haeward In Their Comedy
A Kiss in the Dark.
Marie M. Brandcs,
Post and MarLon
In the Plantation Sketch.
The Mishevious Oil'spring.
Gencicl Admission, ajc. anJ 50c.
lat ilx ro-vt for Children tnicr it years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs. 50C.
Seats ran bo booked by rlnplni; up Telephone 5c.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" " The Wizard" "The
Powtei"-"The Rough Riders" "The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "VValdt
tandt" "Major Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hope"
"The Maldnir of Hawaii" "The Real
Hawail"-"The R.inln" "Egypt In 1898"
"Esplrltu Santo6 "Span o' Life'
" J lie iwapsma" "ied kock" "uaviu
Harum" " I he 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 whit and black
Is black, because they are determined to
have their own way about It. Very good.
Such people go through life missing the
gront 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 ot the other tenth.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-to-order
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very best made-to-measure gar
ment, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That Is
why we say in estlgate 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 I.lnen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerley BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 0 n, Hotel St.
, . . uj
A new lot of Fine Draft Horses, Teams
and Single Large Heavy Fellows.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co
Corner Alakea and
JUST LIKE BILK !
AS GOOD AB BILK!
!s 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
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Fort Street. v
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
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,
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
Is showing a now lino of PURSES, SIDE COMBS,
UIBBONS, VEILIXGS, BELTS and BELT BUOKLES
at very low prices. And a Ooinnloto Lino of
Egan Dry Goods
Theo. H. Davies Oo., Ltd.
K, 0. Baking Powder
"Dagger" Brand Mullet
Swift's Lard Compound
One for the Table, the other for the Yard,
both for YOU.
Fine quality of BLOWN .TUMBLERS,
engraved In three designs.
Your choice at 75 cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
RATTAN YARD BROOMS, 25 cents
each; regular price 6$ cents. (These an:
slightly damaged by salt water).
Complete outfits In Crockery, Glass,
Cutlery, Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, Including Stove and Refrigerator, for
BSTEsthiiates and lists given on ap
plication. ajrWhen you are in our store always
inspect the Bargain Tables on the second
floor. (Take elevator). You are sure to
see something you want, and the price will
not stop you.
.Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Acents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood; Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New WlcUess Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
Atnerioiin MpHsenRor Service
MiiBouio Temple. Telephone
25c per cent below cost.
Co,, Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
All persons who are tenants of what has
been known as the Kapiolani Estate are
hereby requested to make prompt payment
of the amounts due by them, to the under
signed, .it their office on Kaahumanu
uCo-sw J. KALANIANAOLE. .
Honolulu McHsonger Service do
hvorH moennges aud paokoKea.
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