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THE EVENING BWi-ETlN: HONOLULU, B. I., JULY 25, 1889.
bllltl Eyery Div, xpt SunJiy, t aio Kin
!. I lonolulu. H. I., by the
B'jLLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
o'ni lUtiAN CltyElllof
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1899.
The torin "the boA government"
is wrong. It uhuuld ho "tho moat
AEtcr all lhat litu Ivoii aixid and
done by Americans in and about
Apia, il roirmiim to he provod that
'Gdi'iuany h is lost it? grip iu Sa
I'lie imni'xation contract is &$
oouterl uud ih in full force. It in
the intention the admiuintrn
tiou tocu-tj out this apecinl con
tiuotl further legialntion which
wi I iu w way what, vertliscrimi-n-t.
itpHitjBt Llnvaii. Advurtieor.
Wuv tfaeu hIijuM Htwnii cou-
bidur ittvlf called upon to die
cr :uiuut tigninst the known iu
toutiou of the tdraioifrtratiou? Ib
it doua oimply to aauort Hawaii's
Bu.xrmtily over misguided citi
Zocb of the "mainland "
The moat severe criticism yet
piflifd upon Hawaii's government
is thi titatoinent by the Advorticor
thit lio views of our Supreme
03 i rojaidiot,' the extension of
the r institution to thin territory
will tot hm) the slightest influ
ent in Congress. It has been
Bu;pjed previous to this official
Bta'eiaeut thut onr Supierae Court
was an august body always lis
teu'dto, and carrying muoh logal
weight in Congressional dolibera
iiois. We believe yet that the
0 urt' decisions will receive moro
aorioue consideration than tho
o iin predictf.
When Hawaii's oflioial defen
der oruau pointo to tho principles
ex ) nuded by Prreideut Jordnu as
reproi'iitiup the highest type of
Amiricftniniu, its "American" co
horts don itless feel highly clatod
Jor Uu w.uld uh quest ion ably Up
impressed with the magnificence
of the eifoit iu Hawaii to ward off
the u loetitutinn of tho United
Statw. Acuiualdo doesn't want
auydiiim to do with the American
constitution. Liko officials iu
Huvnii, he wants to proservo his
ind 'pcudenco undor a constitution
of in iiwu. Mr. Jordan is to be
oouiatulated on the following he
and Aguinildo havo secured in
H-tw-iii. They havo only to win
Mataafii's favor, and they would
havo it powerful trio to advance
on Wishiugton, ami givo Proai
dout Mclunloy a few lessons in
the kind of Americanism that in
the -tar of liopo of waning official
dom in the Pncilic.
'' o returning volunteer, either
oili er oi private, who haa any
wo I of eoiamoiidatiou for tho
ciin.i'iign iu the Philippines as
con 'noted by General Otis is not
to In fjund. Had those men
alioivi any laok of bravery, any
wavor'u: under tho commands of
Otis, their ciitieism raiht bo
oredito! !o disgmt for tho war
anil m my lifo gouerally. Their
rojor 1 however has beon nnything
but weak in time of dauger Tho
boys havo ben ready to fight at
any and all times. The seoret of
their crilici mi is Otis' failure to ask
for th') number of troops noedi'd to
do Iho work ho has in haud. To
tight n'or fields an I capturo towns
only lo loave them to be occupied
by tbo Kilipino who must again
be driven out at the coat of valu
able American Uvea is particularly
discouraging because it is unuo
ojssary. Wliat Otis needs is moro
mm and ho can got them for the
asking, If he is o stubborn he
won't a""k for tlitm, put someouo
in oommiud who will.
Fitosi Tliu iioiisk op hpiti:.
Hepudia'v,1 iIi-iii edited and u.tl -ed
down j"i)ernlly by agon U-.u n
whom it supposed followed in
blind fliibmiesiorj tho principle
that whntevor tho Qovorumont
doos is rightl 'tho Advortiser re
verts to its. moat favorite resoit.
the house of spite. Taking up
Sjcrelnry Eay for n cudgel the
olllrial orfau returns to its vomit
of poiso'jal ill will. It doos not
make uvon tho attempt to show
tunt it ia prompted by honest
priumplo or honest friendship for
thj 'Government, Tho Advertiser
strads self condemned by virtue
of its own admission that "H'iat
He victcH o the Advertiser are on
the subject will not have the slightest
influence in Congress" and it might
truthfully add nor in Hawaii sinoo
Hit) people of this territory know
the personal animus that raukles
in tho heart of the official organ.
May groat joy and satisfaction,
now ind forevertnoro attend the
official organ in tho course of its
gratification personal revenge.
Mr. Ray's romarks havo not
been, will not bo seriously crith
cised. ne has a right to his
opinions and will doubtless stand
by tbeinj not make a statement
ouo day and the next seek to sneak
away from it, after tho manner of
the esteemed official organ. Iu
fact tho Advertiser might woll
take a few lessons from men of
Mr. Hay's stamp, on integrity to
principle and trustworthy loyalty
to those supposed to bo its friouds
aud whom it is suppouod to sup
poit. JIILO JOTn.SOH,
Tho following aro somo con
densed items from the Hilo papers
o last week:
Tho Missus Howland aro visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Walker iu
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs and
daughter are guests of the ItioJu
Waina'.cu mill finished grinding
on Monday last with & total out
put of G900 tons.
Court adjourned on Tuesday
aud the attorneys and witnesses
lotumed on the Kinau IaBt night.
Mrs. IS. D. Baldwin will leave
for tho Coast by the next Kiuau.
Mr. Baldwin will join hor thero a
fow months lator.
Waiakea Mill Company will
finish grinding in about three
week's time. Up to date 8100
tons havo beon taken off.
Mrs. G. K. Wilder eutorlaiued
a uuinhor of guests at cards on
Tuesday night iu honor of MiBs
Grace, who is hor guest.
Eddi3 Hapai is recovering
rapidly from the injury received
bj heing thrown from his horse
ou Saturday of last weok.
Lowh Kekuamana, general do
livory clork in Honolulu nost-
oOice, is spending his vacation iu
town as tuo gnest of Itev. . L.
Fivo membors of the band havo
gone to tho Coast and unless Prof.
Oarvalho gots now members there
will be no moro band coucorts for
Tho Annio Johnson sailed Julv
19 with 3.f01.810 nounds of suerar
valued at S133.90l.C7. Sho also
carried '.27,-lod pounds of coffee,
Valued at $3,518 SI.
Tho John D. Tallaut oloarod on
July Uth, sailing tho next day
wi(u 002 bags or sucar from
Onomea and 0728 bags from Ho
noran: total, 10,470 bags, valued at
Mrs. Jack Lucas of Honolulu
sprained an ankle wbilo stopping
from her enrriago on returning
from tho Moir ball Thursday
evetuug. .alio is conuneu to uer
room as a result of tho injury.
Tho Edward May, L. C. Han
mpii, captain, arrived in port on
Wednesday, 17 days from San
Francisco, with a general cargo,
valued at $14,914.94. , No paason-
gers. Sho wao consigned to
Hackfeld & Co.
L. T. Graut haa resigned tho
management of Hilo Elootric
Light Works to take effect on
September 1. Mr. Grant will as
sume management of the Honolu
lu Automobile Company. It is
not yot made public who will
buccped Mr. Grant in Hilo, but it
Hoems nrobablo that Harry Itus-
'hoII. who had charge of tho works
.during Mr. Grant's trip to tho
J coast, will bo his successor.
The followinc are a few extracts from a
poem butchered by a near-sighted com-
Manuscript: "Snrceae of sorrow."
In print: "Sme.ircase to-morrow."
Manuscript: "Lylne by a weeping wil
low, underneath a gentle slope."
In print: "Lying to a weeping widow
to Induce her to elope."
The P. C. & M. Co., on Port street, has
just received a large shipment of Crescent
bicycles. They will be M)ld considerably
cheaper than the Sterling.
Manuscript: "Cist thy pearls before
the swine, and lose them In the dirt."
In print: "Cart thy pills before the
sunrise, and love them If they hurt.
The P. C. & M. Co. will sell you a high;
'grade Sterling bicycle for S6o.co on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
Manuscript: "Takeaway the jingling
money; It Is onlv glittering dross."
In print: "Take away the tingling
honey; put some tiles In for the boss."
The P. C. & M. Co. has 'ust received a
select variety of Winchester rifles and a
fresh stock of ammunition.
Manuscript: "1 am weary of the tossing
of the ocean as it heaves 1"
In print: "I am wearing out my trous
ers til they're onen at the knees 1"
The P. C. & M. Co. has a new lot of
bicycles to rentbv the day.weeK or month,
at very reasonable rates.
Manuscript: "I swell the flying echoes
as they roam among the hills,
And 1 feci my soul awakening to
the ecstacy that thrills."
In print: "I smell the frying shoes as
they coast along the bulls,
And I peel my soul mistaken In the
erotary that whirls."
Save 50 per cent by having your nickel
plating done at the P. C. & M. Co.'s, on
m m m
A PRESSING INVITATION.
That odd 75c. What will it do?
It will clean nnd press ono
suit por week, keep your clothes
repaired, smallsowing and buttons
replaced, gratis. Old clothes
look new and your wardrobe kopt
in good condition, if you guaran
tco your patronago for a month.
A tailor charges you $1.50 to clean
nud press one suit, this way you can
have two suits cleaned for $1.50
per mouth. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded, fiend
ordor by mail.
Your hat cloanol twico a month
Ladies suits cleaned and pressed
75o. por suit.
Goods callod for and delivered
once a week.
H. T. Shaw & Co.,
Upper Fort Street.
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY
On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
"r.xmlwr Wur Correspondent i
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co, llil,,
Mystery aM Magic !
1 he Laughable Farce,
'The Diamond Palace'
In conjunction with
The Hartwell Sisters,
In their own original Pyramldlc Act
and Feats of Strength.
Boggs and I!as,.'J in Their Comedv
A Kiss in the Dark.
Marie M. Brandes,
Post and Marion
In the Plantation Sketch.
The Mishevious Offspring.
General AJmlsslon, c. and 50c
Ust six rows for Children under is yean, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, joe
Seats can be booked by rlnglnc up Telephone 54c
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" "The Wizard" "The
Fowler"-"The Rough Riders" "The
Dowmall of the Dervishes" "Waldt
landt" "Major Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hope"
"The Ataklne of Hawaii" 'The Real
Hawail"-"The Rapln" "Egypt In 1898"
"Esplrltu Santo" "Span o' Life'
"The Capsina" "fled Rock" "David
Harum" "Tlie Awkward Age" "The
Development or tngusn 1 nought" " 1 lie
Dreamers" "The Principles of Bacteri
Hawaiian Curios, etc.
Golden Rule Bazaar
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 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
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features'strlctly 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. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerley BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 67G. No. 0 11. Hotel St.
r-TJkrfi. vf ' -tf'.l)
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A new lot of Fine Draft Hori.es, Teams
and Single Large Heavy Fellows.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co
Comer Alakea and
. -. r
mnm t TT7T1 fllT
JUS1 LlAli 01LH I Ik
AS IxUUU M filLA !
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one
H.-S SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITEDC
Fort Street. '
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association. .
TEMPLE OF FASHION 1
Farwell Cotton, 20 yards for Si 00
Calicos, 30 yards for 100
Gingham, 35 yards for 100
Browit Cotton, 25 yards for 1 00
Fine Figured Organdies, 20 yards for 1 00
White V Lawn No. 10 G5
White V Lawn No. 12 80
White V Lawn No. 16 1 to
Ladies' Shirt Waists 25
Corsets, at 50
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes, 25c per cent below cost.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
Is showing a now lino or PUESES, SIDE COItfBS,
KIBBONS, VEILINGS, BELTS and BELT BUCKLES
at very low prices. And a Complete Lino of
Egan Dry Goods
Theo. H. Davies & 0o
K, C, Baking Powder
"Dagger" Brand Mullet
Swift's Lard Compound
One for the Table, the other for the Yard,
com tor yuu.
Flneoualitvof BLOWN TUMBLERS.
engraved In three designs.
Your choice at 75 cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
O ATT AM VADH DDnHHC n ,....
each; regular price 65 cents. (These are
slightly damaged by salt water).
Complete outfits in Crockerv. Glass.
Cutlerv. Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, including Stove and Refrigerator, for
f 75.00. -
Bfarcstimates ana lists given on ap
plication. JOrWhen 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.
W, W. DimonrJ & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coa! or
wood : Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
oerni rroor nuers, rrimus un stoves.
American Moasenger Bowice
Maiouio Temple. Telephone
piece of a kind. Do not fail to
Co,, Fort Street.
H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
1-3 Off on
Music . . . .
All persons who are tenants of what liai
been known as the Kaplolanl Estate aro
hereby requested to make prompt paymen
of the amounts due by them, to the undei
signed, at their office on Kaahumanu
I2CQ-2W J. KALANIANAOLE.
Honolulu MeusougorServico doe ,
livorb uiuBungcfe aud packages.
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