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THE RVFNiKfj BULLETIN'. "HWDJAlIitl, H. I., JULY 81, 1899.
IIIi!1 Ery Day, except Sunday, l io Klue
street Honolulu, M. I , by de
SULLUri.N PlHLISHINO COMPANY
W. R. FAHRINOTON Editor
lANiCL L'.'f '..' C'l c,l"f
MONDAY, JULY 31, 1890.
If Mr. liny roads iho papern of
IlnuMii ho liudn that tint tivr
citizens of tliu lorritory diff r with
fiomu of liia opinions on the gov
ern turn t.
With empty tiottlos tnnrkiug the
pathway oi visitors to Moku
awuowco's nctivily, it's a qncstiou
just how to (nko tho stnrie told of
the fpeoiiil puenic pflVoN.
Kot withstanding tlio decisions
of the SnprPine Gotiit, the IIhwrii
on Government cuu repeal the
p3inil contrniit labor law if it
Wftuts to. Will it he done?
Tho thonf;htleB mnn among
tkoso to whom the Cnll represen
tative hns submitted questions on
'the fntuie gcnernnieut oT Hanti i
will bo the ouo who gives mi
answer ftivorinp anything but a
territory or state.
A local contemporary makes
bold to 6ay that Germany wai, is,
and continues to be right in the
Bamoan affuir. Ttiis is indeed n
romarkablo statement, remarkable
in that is tho first time such an
assertion has been made outside
Whether it ib bettor to Bpond
public money sending rneu to
Washington to lobby in Hawaii's
cause, or to spend tho money in
Becuiing legislative action nt borne
that shall firmly establish Ha
waii's integrity of purpose, that
13 the question.
Hilo wan to Heed's Island as a
public park. It is an excellent
B:hem and Hilo does well to bo
gin ngitutiug tho question eurly.
Judging from tho speed with
which Honolulu's Aalu park is
Hearing complf tion, Hilo will bo-
oure its much needed public
pleasure ground sometime, tiie
later part of the next century.
Tho official organ is to bo con
gratulated on its new flop. Hav
ing urguod that thb Neulauds
Resolution is unconstitutional as
n whole, it now makes the claim
that the reeolution is a constitu
tional contract; having endorsed
Fresidont Jordan's view of Agui
nuldi), it now snys the Filipino
war will not bo abandoned. Mr.
Hatch was always credited with
having coiisidprahle influence.
A solution of tho problem of whoro
iho SupremcCourt gotKs nuthoiity
for nullifying the Constitution of
tho Uuitod States may be found in
Article 91 of tho Constitution of
the Republic of Hawaii, entitled,
" Constitution Supremo Law"
" Thib Constitution when promul
gated shall thereupon become tho
Supremo Law of tho Ropublio,
And thejjConstitntion promulgated
on tho 7th day of July, 1887, an J
all oMerJICoostitutions at any lime
tho Suproruelmw iu tho Hawaiian
Islands, and also all laws and
pirts of laws inconsistent here
with, ara hereby expressly abro
gatod and nro declared null and
void." If our government can find
in the constitutional provision,
whiob gives tho President with
tho approval of tho Cabinet power
to make rules aud regulations for
"administering oaths and holding
oloctions," authority for changing
tho oath lequired of electors, that
government finds it an easy matter
. to nullify any aud all constitutions
that every have been or over may
ba tho Supreme Law of tho laud.
Among tho arrivals from Muni
and Hawaii ports iu tho Kioati
Saturday niglit were tho follow
ing: Thomas R'ckard and wife,
Heuator A V. J.intr, .1 S M
Onndlois, MiH Cati, L. L Mu
Candless, J, A. McCandloss, O.E
J'.ngnn, G. Suhuman, V U J)oJ'u,
Henry Vierra, E D. Tennty, (J.
M, Cooke and W. F. C. Hoeson.
HcBRYDE - HIND NUPTIALS
Tho weddinc of Misi MMHe E.
Hiud aud Alexaudor D. McBrjdo
took plici at til home of tho
bride's parents in Hawi, Kohala,
on Thursday evening, July 27, tho
Rev. Tomkiue officiating. All Ko
hala turned out to see tho popular
yonnu peoplo united iu marriage.
The Hind homo was most beaut?
fully decorated for tho occaeia'n.
After tho ceremony the health of
the pair was drunk and a sup' per
The brido was given nwa'y by
her fathor. Mies K. M. Hijd, a
sister of the bride, was nrs.id-of-honor,
and Miss Edith Bond,
btidumnnid. Tho gtooiu ,vaa uo
crmpauicd by his brother,, Walter
D. McUryde, as best man. F. 0.
Si hernsteiu of rliis city 7.jlayed h
wedding march ou tlio piano at
tho bridal party ontorr tltho parlor
and took their places.
Mr. and Mrs alali ryao, who ar
rived from Kohala ia'lh'o Kinau
Saturday night, wi'il go to their
future homo in Wa iit.wa, Kauai,
in tho Mikahala toaarrow after-
Among tho pe(r'ij who wont
from Honolulu' n "Iho Kinau to
ntteud tho weddin.fi wero the fol
lowing: Miss E. Jil 'Hind, Goirge
Hind, W D MoB rv4e, 0 M Cooke,
E D Tonney and JfO Sohemstoin.
KTAItS WII UV A IIU.V.
Tho garao between tho Kamo
hameha and tha."Star teams Satur
day afternoon ivas tho closest one
of tho season, the Stars winniHg
by a score of ft toCC. The crowd
was a Icrge and enthusiastic one.
The presnuco of tho band, was a
very pleasant feature. Ten inn
ings wore played, Al Moore scor
ing the winning run when two
men wjre out. Tbo following
toll tbo story of iChe struggle.
8C0DK nt INNINGS.
1 2 3 I 5 6 7 8 9 10
Stars 3 0 0 0 10 0 10 1 C
Kams ..130001000 05
Runs earned Stars, 2; Karae,
1. Rase on balls Stars, 4; Kams
7. Htrsck out by jHckson, u; by
lleutor, -1. Two-baso hit -Jackson.
Sacrifice Hits Stars, 2
Double play Mahuka. Flies
caught Kams, 7; Stars, 7.
Fouls caught Kama, 1; Stars, !
tlit by pitobocl ball Pryce (2).
Wild throws Jackson, Gormau.
Timo of game Two hours. Um
pires D. Dayton and Leon Co
hen. Sooror Clement.
.STANDING OF TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost, contagc.
StarB.... 7 5 2 .7M
Kams... 7 4 3 .571
Aitillery 4 0 4 .000
Tho Kams have registered a
kick. They think that tho umpir
ing was decidedly against them.
lieCOUU VOLCANO TRIP.
Fred Jaoobs returned from the
volcano Sunday, bavinc been in
the last party that viewed the
activity of Mokuaweowoo. This
party histened the Admiral
l)pvnv rnnp nnrl mniln llin trirt n
and from tho flow in record break
ing time. Resides tbo guides
thero wore Messrs. Jaoobs, Le
Munjou, Esgan, Jack Wilson,
Harold Dillinplmm. Edtvin TTnll
and Fred Alexander. From tho
Volcano House tbey took the
routo by what in known as the
red hills. This requires a
much steeper climb up thn moun
tain than by the koa grovo routo
but tho walk ia much shorter,
fjfiivintr tlm Vnlnnnn Wnnon nt
8:3i) Friday morning they arrived
at tun rea mils at 0 o'clock in tho
evening, and leaving their boreou
mado their way to the aotivo
crates by moonlicht. arriving
obout 11 o'olook. Tho night was
passed in close proximity to tho
orator and in tho morning, after
taking photographs and soeing
tho siclltfl. tlinv apt nut nn Mm rn
turu reflohing the Volcano House
Mr. JacobH says tho most pro
minent feature of tho old rnmninti
grounds of provious parties is tho
uumuor or empty Domes strewn
ICnwitir lllli' UlrlluUy,
A reception will bo held at the
Chinese Consulate on Wednesday
next, August 2, from 11 a. m. to
1 p. m., iu honor of tho birthday
of His Imperial Majesty Kwang
Hsii, Emperor of China. See
The Bulletin, 76c per vxonlh.
l'OMVi: UIIANCIKS ON MAUI.
Wailriku, July 29. Deputy
Sheriff A. N. Hayseldon of La
huiiU'i is expeedd hern nxt Tei'k
id n DQitinn tlm ilnttaa at it flamlfv
eh' riff of Wnilnku vice W. G.
S'.'ott resigui'd. Deputy ShonlT
I i. U. Linileev oc liana nil eiic-
xipd Mr. ffni'Koldun nl Tjfilmilin
wlnlo Uaptain o rolioi lvaipo, ot
lianH, win he promoted to lie
A ... -I ! e .!. Jl Tl. .
IIHllliy BUUIIU IH UJ1U HIU.I', il.'
tirnmntimm luivo nml '.villi tho nt)
probatiou of tho leading citizens
JudR " Have you anything 'to say
why jenteiife of death should not to passed
upon you ?"
t'rlo:ief(liauglitllv): "If I haveanythini'
to sav, I'll Say it In my autoblasuphy."
If you want to embezzle money, cet a
cnshlershlp In a bank; If you want to
make money, get a job in a mint; if oti
want to find money, ko to the Klondyde;
but If you want to save money, call upon
the P. C. & Al. Co., on Fort street, and
Duy a iiicli-crade blerllng tilcycle.
Tom: "Know Wilson ?'
Tom: "Very much ?"
Jack: "Fifty dollars I"
Hive fiftv percent and liavevourelectro
plating done nt the P. C. & M. Co.'s on
Soaker: "It was so cold In my room
this monilnc, I could see mv breath."
Miss Cynlca: "iVercy! what a horrible
Baseball, coif and tennis outfits, a com
plete line Of which you will find .it the
P. C. & M. Co.'s.
A little elrl, aced nine, called her father
to lier bedside tneotner evening. "I'apn,
said the little diplomat, "1 want to ask
your advice." "Well, my little dear.what
Is It about?" "What do you think It
would be best to clvemeon mvblrthdav?"
Had she asked the P. C. & M. Co. for
advice, they would have said, a high-grade
She: "Was It a mercenary man-laze ?'
He: "Yes; they were both too poor to
stay engaged any longer."
The P. C. & M. Co., on Fort street,
win maie your old Dicycie iook ime new
ri -r "1-r;. r & ri Ti & ;ri ri cri
" - w-'
And us Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY ia
On to Manila,
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
"Cxtilntr"Wr Correspondent f.
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. -
The Bulletin told you a few days ago
of the scarcity of hard woods such as are
used for mouldings, and the large advance
In price of the same.
Our orders were placed at old prices,
and the goods have just arrived.
With these vc have received the very
latest designs In PICTURE FRAMES
anJ EASELS an assortment such as has
never before ben seen In Honolulu.
Call early and have your choice.
IIIU UUIIUMUIIU UUll
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Just to hand and officially Inspected.
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Corner Alakea and
TO - NIGHT I
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POST and MARION.
Boggs and Haeward In Their Dram.rflc
In conjunction with
The Hortwell Sisters,
In their own original Pyramldlc Act
and Feats of Strength.
Post and Marlon
In the Two Irish Swells.
General Admission, asc. and 50c.
Last six rows (or Children under 11 years, 10c.
tftserveJ Chairs, s.
Seats can he booked by rlnglnc up Telephone 540.
" The Mills Will Never
Weave Again at
Prices of the Past."
All grades of woollens and worsted fab
rics have been advanced five to fifteen per
But our prices will remain unchanged.
We are offering a better and largeHlne of
clothing this season than ever before, at
prices that can't help but meet with your
approval. All you will have to d Is to
come and tell us your wants we will do
We are now ready to show you a fine
line of KNOX HATS In Mackinaw and
Milan straws. These goods are unsur
passed In style and finish.
Have a -try at our .Deimel llnen-mesh
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316 FORT STREET.
The following were elected Officers of
the Merchants' Stevedore Co., Ltd., at
the meeting held July 25th :
J. H. Fisher, President.
W. W. Wolters, Vice-President.
W. Llshman, Secretary.
A. W. Keech, Treasurer.
C. H. Atherton, Auditor.
These also constitute the Board of Di
rectors. W. LISHMAN,
Secretary Merchants' Stevedore Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, July 26, 1899. 1281-iw
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N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association 4
;;l TEMPLE OF FASHION
Farwell Cotton, 20 yards for $1 oo
Calicos, 30 yards for 1 00
Gingham, 35 yards for . 100
Brown Cotton, 25 yards for I 00
Fine Figured Organdies, 20 yards for 1 00
White V Lawn No. 10 65
White V Lawn No. 12 80
White V Lawn No. 16 1 10
Ladies' Shirt Waists 25
Corsets, at 5V-
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes, 25c per cent below cost.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
BARGAINS IN TABLE LINEN, TOWELS AND
65c Bleached Damask, per yard 45c
51.50 " " " 51.00
12MC Turkish Towels 3 for 25c
ace " " 2 for 25c
Egan Dry Goods
Tlieo. H. Dayies & Go., Ltd.
K, C, Baking Powder
"Dagger" Brand Mullet
One for the Table, the-other for the Yard,
loth for YOU.
Plninii.illtvnf niflWN TIIMHI PRS
engraved In three designs.
Yntir fhnlre lit nt rnifi rwr Amen Ynn
know the regular price.
RATTAN YARD BROOMS. 2; cents
each; regular price 65 cents, (these are
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Complete outfits In Crockery, Glass,
Cutlery, Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, Including Stove and Refrigerator, for
SfiTEstlmates and lists given on ap
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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 utreet.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood 5 Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
Amurioan Mosaenger Sorvice
Mueouio Tomnln. Tnlnnimn..
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25c Huck Towels 3 for 50c
75c Damask Towels 50c each
12HC Flaxlne Toweling 3 yards for 25c
1 5c Flaxlne Toweling, per yard 10c
Co., Fort Street,
H. DAYIES CO., LTD.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Notice to Walalua
Notice Is hereby given that, In accord
ance Willi lie UvLaws of the Waa
Agricultural Co.. Ltd.. lntrt tvin
Charged on all assessments remaining un
paid from and after July 31st, 1899.
W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Honolulu Meflaonger Sorvice de
livers mesFnge6 und packagee. s
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