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THE EVENING BULLETS: HONOLULU, II. I., JULY 2G, 189.
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aULLETtN PUBUffiWNC COMPANY.
T R PARRINOTON EJItoi
ANIEL LOflAN . . .. .. Cttr Editor
1VDKES1AX, iTTJLI 2B, 181)9,
Qaorv Hnve any Aiulio la
'bnrorB bi'tn lattnwtod -ftineu annex
ntion for tnilara -to fulfill labor
cotjtrncts? HE -uot; " it becnasu
no ABintioe Ibaro- Inserted their
('Certnitrlly "tho theater going
(pjoplo if (XToaoSilu should bo
1 prompt mill libmil iu their mip
' part of 11 u import season. Onco
1 tbo ctiky one lw placed
hod rtnoorll os oipablo of
furiushatiy imticlnclnry business
' for u llientiicftl combina-
' tiou of fhc'ITivolI a high hinndnnl,
tho wry vill 1J wtH paved for
froquea-t wiGits 'from tho highest
clrt'B thodtrichl cornpauies that
include the -woat eoast in their
Aguintihoimuch lwlored ofliotul
1 organ lurnwwAcotuer bouquot in
tbo in toccata of tho colonial gov
- ornnjpiii ridvoaUra. It scriotiely
- BUggestoJhtt tho banian of proof
of whether t!icA. AmmMa Consti
tution ectaodc to fliwaii, and
annuls the arciion of tho New
lands roolntion roqairing the
uollectioiyuiofduties ou American
goods tuiportod to Hawaii, bo
1 thrown cpoar feho Poieral courts.
'' Tho ipropoaitiou is iJU right so for
H-as it Ko;.c3twitkfitQdiDg tho
organ well knows thai the chances
favor n dooisioa froa the Federnl
' courts upholding ths Nawlands
1 resolution lin'its cotamanda rela-
tivu .to tfc&-castomB Uwa. The
official moothpiece, however,
h shovvd uo .iin position, to advocate
bringing ikefaio ttio Federal
. oourts or thn L federal administru
tiou such municipal laws of Ha
waii a-t ri (Contrary Ij tha Con
, stltutiou of ithe United States,
! Jawo which Avarc practically re
,. pealed by tfcin'JUowlaadg Itosolu.
ition aud whkh oar Supreme
Court holds ecuet be oaforced not
.witheiuudiug. lTun principal' foatare of the
Advertiser prupoopl, bowovor, is n
.idomonotr-itiou tfMbo pitiful poi
r tiou in which tho local court do
aipion, warding .cff tho constitu
1 tiou, pUspa Hawaii iu its pica for
1 a territorial gortnaaeut, into what
nn ! inconsistent ipesition Hawaii
lJta1-b3p.11 forced by its leading
iJogiofDcid ligbU. lla tbo midst
iiuaniatn ol Hawaii's,, official life,
tits proclaimed desire to be clothed
with the coictplolo Americanism of
two (Ucitod 3tatoa Constitution
&ll Inn 4, iVoues the unoutioe
tntint frazn the IjciI court that
locul'larTs confcmry to tba consti
tution raurti co ituuiu in frou. In
othfc w iTdc tho (local independ
ence icannvrf bo olitlurbdl until
Congwesa, or, as tTe-gOHted by the
Advertiser im FeAaml .coutt,
By r,irtuj of dhia decision, by
virtue of tho ttrxjumflctj of rfhe
official osrgai Efavr&ii stv.ndn solf-
ondomnad. H t liud lu- oppor-
riui'ty to tiiko upiia iltolf the
Oonstitutbn of -tho TTtnitcd States)
by its own liu&iative-. This op-i
poirtunity wm lni; uot only-lost
bat prnotiotiVy ccr. officfsJ status
given 1 !) cfctini I'iint Hawuyj
American lam sui twthiug 'but
a surfaso demsastrciion, a men
b Ind t') usovor icMiipoilatious that
bIii'I furAtall tli- repcul of im-
ooi li'itiio? u.t 1 iws Hud Hawaii
ao3ptrd die o u titattoa in t 0
spirit in vrbidb i waxt)aded by
tho N.nvLittd. irrtiolut'oa, it would
hav.) beou i iuucU more diliicult
tak j wtL'aliiso Ji.iaerican cjubt
tutioi) fioiu oev jguep; it would
have lft u optrang to question
t1 tiAiil) ot liianraif jifoi; it
WJuld havecliuohed oar claim to
t ia riffbtPiind ivilegatof Amir-
ican citizens under tho constitu
tion of tho United States.
Tho Court lost the opportunity,
and now tlio ofticial organ meekly
suggests thnt tho pooplo seek to
establish their integrity of pur
pose in 'the Tederal Courts. Iu
othor words shut the door after
tho lioroo 'is lost.
To overcome ' tho handionp
placed upon thoVimorioans of tho
territory by the "Court, aud in
creased 'by tho-ailly arguments of
tho ofticirtl organ is now the
duty of every loyal citizen in tho
territory. Onr friends iu tho ad
ministration nnddn Congress may
bo powerful, they aro doubtlois
strong ouough to accomp
lish all they havo promised,
but tho assurance thot thoy
uill bo successful should not
cause- a 'waning of tho local sup
port which tho peoplo, in spito of
the officials, can givo Congres
sional friends. Tho fight is
not won till tho last vote in
Congress is enst. Until that vote
.iicast, until1 tho Prosidont siuns
tho bill which sottlos our Amo
ricau future, it behoovos overy
citizen of this territory, loyal to
American principles, to enlist his
earnest, 'hearty effort that there
may bo no misunderstanding in
Cougtess or out of it as to tho at
titude of tho peoplo on the ques
tion of'tho iuimcdiato extension of
tho American constitution and
laws to Hawaii.
OPINIONS. OF MR. COOPER.
Continued from Pago 1.
gave tho Company its op'tion to
lay a sinlo track with the necossary
switches nnd turnouts or a doublo
track, and having complied with
the roquireraouts of the statute it
earned tho riuht to exercise
full forco and effect of tho fran
chise whioh includes tho right to
lay a doublo track.
I am, however, of tbo further
opinion 'that tho franchises grant
ed gavo nothing more than a li
cousu to tho Tramways Compan)
to occupj' tho streets montiouod in
tho frauchiso which, if not availed
of, would not hinder tho occupa
tiou by another oompany, holding
a franchiso from the Legislature,
if no physical difficulties ptovout
The latter becomes important
for the renpon that a petition hns
boon received from tho Honolulu
Rapid Transit .fc Land Co. for
permission tooccupy that purtiou
of Kiug street from tho King
street bridge croesiug Nuuaon
stcoarn to Viotoria street, which
would necessitate tho laying of a
track parallel to tho Hawaiian
Irani ways Company's track on
King street between tbo-iojioints.
Tho Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany not having exercised its
rijht to lay n double track on
King street betweou tho points
al.ovo mentioned, it apneard to mo
that there is uo valid reason for
denying tho petition of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit M Land Com
nany for the iicut to maintain a
track us asked for, if iu so doing
the public safety and conveuieuco
of travel are not materially im
paired 1 uavn expressed this opinion in
answer to the question referred to
me by tuo HiXeculivn Uouncil uo
on tho petition of tlitf" Honolulu
Rapid liuiiHit & Laud Company.
HENRY L. UCOPEIt,
Honolulu, ILL, July 19. 1899.
To tho Execiitivo. Council:
Iu regard to the potitinn of the
Uotiolulu Rapid Transit & Laud
Co. for a right to construct its linn
of railway over that portion of
Kiug Street from the King Stroot
bridge crossing JSunanu stroam to
Viutoiia Street, I have to say:
Dud ParaGraph 11 of sectiou 2
of I ot 09 of'tho 'Session Liws of
'ti'JS.BivuB the company a right to
hn a railway upon such other
.strot'ts as aro not specifically men
tioned iJ their Franchiso when a
maj.ii jfy of tho ownors of the pro
party on any suob stroet shall
peuuou 111 writing sum oompany
to lay ita railways on said street,
provided that the consant of the
Exocutivo Council aball bo qb
taiucd. I have examined the petition of
tho property owners, and from re
liable information am of tho opin
ion that moro than n majority of
tho property ownora of that por-
Ition of Kiug Stroet abovo mon-
tioned have petitioned tho com
pauy to so lay and maintain n
railway, and I am of tho opinion
that no legnl impediment oxists to
the granting of tho petition".
Reforcnce is hereby made to an
opinion of even date herewith
upon thn notification of the Ha
waiian Tramways Corapany,Limi
ted, of its intention to lay double
tracks along certain streets in
Honolulu, including the above
mentioned portion of King Street.
I do not understand that the
question of feasibility or desira
bility of allowing this company to
construct its railway along King
Stroet, as petitioned for, was re
ferred to me.
Henri E. Cooper,
As will bo soon, tho opinions
are complete in overy detail, and
sot forth in a clear manner the
attitude of tin Givornmout.
tVMtiirjr' llncfifti lltirnftl.
New York, July 1-1. Tho tiro
on tho William 0. Whitney estato
at Westbury, L. I., last night did
not destroy the country house, as
was at first repotted, but burned
one of tho largest barns. Plucky
work by volunteer firemen drove
tin flnmpfl hack from the house and
the damage to the structuro was
comparatively small. Tho total
loss from thn fire is e&timatou at
Frnm PfiO-OOO tn 870.030. much of
this sum being represented by
some twenty fino horses, includ
ing several of Mr. Whitney's
races, which were burned.
The following are a few extracts from a
poem butchered by a near-sIfihteJ com
positor: Manuscript: "Surcease of sorrows."
In print: "Smearcase to-morrow."
Manuscript: "Lying by a weeping wil
low, unJemeath a gentle slope."
In print: "Lying to a weeping widow
to Induce her to elope."
The P. C. & M. Co.. on Fort street, has
just received a large shipment of Crescent
bicycles. They will be sold considerably
cheaper than the Sterling.
Manuscript: "Cast 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 S60.00 on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
Manuscript: "Takeaway the jingling
money; it Is only glittering dross."
In print: "Take away the tingling
honev: nut some flies In for the boss."
The P. C. & M. Co. has iust received a
select variety of Winchester rifles and a
fresli 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 till they're open at the knees 1"
The P. C. & M. Co. has a new lot of
bicycles to rent by the day,week or month,
at very reasonable rates.
Manuscript: "I swell the flying echoes
as they roam among the hills,
And 1 feel my soul awakening to
the ecstacy that thrills."
In print: "1 smell the fryhig 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
THIS COUPON, '
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY
On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
'Examiner' War CorresponJent.4
r?i th ?a r!i f?i a -ii w ra ra a
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE It.
STEAM HOSfi I
Closing out odd lots' at special
prices regardless of the advance in
ware ia, uo.,
TO - NIGHT !
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
Mystery and Magic !
POST and MARION.
Boggs and Haeward in Their Dramatic
In conjunction with
The Hartwell Sisters,
In their own original Pyramldlc Act
and Feats of Strength.
Marie M. Brandes,
Post and Marlon
in the Two Irish Swells.
General Admission, ;e. anJ 50c.
Last six rows (or Children under t years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, ;oc.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone SK.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" "The Wizard" "The
Fowler" "The Rough Riders" "The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "Waldt
tandt" "Aajor Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hope"
"The Making of Hawaii" "The Real
Hawaii" "The Rapln"-"Egypt in 1898"
"Esplrltu Santo" "Span o' Life''
"The Capslna" "Red Rock" "David
Harum" "The Awkward Age" "The
Development of English Thought" "The
Dreamers" "The Principles of Bacteri
Hawaiian Curios, etc.
Go den 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
great 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 nrlce 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 strictly their own. That Is
why we say investigate the merits of the
clothes bearlnc this label before coins 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 : : f ayerley Blocl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 0 n. Hotel St.
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Just to hand and officially inspected.
Larce and Sound.
Corner Alakea and
JUST LIKE SILK ! ,
AS UUUJJ AS K1L& !
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
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
- TECHS Ti-
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association.
i TEMPLE OF FASHION ) J
Farwell Cotton, 20 yards for"
Calicos, 30 yards for
Gingham, 35 yards for
Brown Cotton, 25 yards for,
Fine Ficured Orcandies. 20 yards
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 PUESES, SIDE COMBS,
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, BELTS and BELT BUCKLES
at Very low prices. And a Complete Lino of
Egan Dry Goods
Theo. H. Davies & Go., Ltd.
K, C. Baking Powder
"Hagger" 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 7S cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
dattam VADr Diinnuc -, .,,
eachj regular price 65 cents. (These are
siigntiy uamaged by salt water).
Complete outfits In Crockery, Glass,
Cutlery, Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, including Stove and Refrigerator, for
BOTEstlmates and lists given on ap
plication. eOrWhen 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. Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockerv.LamDS and House
Furnishing Goods. ,
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coa' or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
Amorican MoRsengur Service
Mueouio Tomple. Telephone
$ 1 00
. 1 00
.,... 1 co
for k .'. 1 00
25c per cent below cost. y
Co., Fort Street.
H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
1-3 Off on
Music . .
All persons 'who are tenants of whaG Uu
been known as the KaplolanI Estahj ara
hereby requested to make prompt payn.en
of the amounts due by them, to the unde
signed, ,x their office on Kaahumanu
i26o-2w J. KALANIANAOLE.
Honolulu MoBBongorHorvicdo-l u
HvorB messucea and nachnre0.(
m.i 1 nxr 1
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