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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., AUGUST 25, 1899.
fclUtud Evuy Day, uxctpt Sundty, at tie Klnt
trttt, Honolulu, It. I., by Iba
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
R. FARRINGTON Editor
iNIEt LOUAN ...City Editor
Par month, anywhere In Hawaiian ltlands...f 7S
Parytar " " " f... 8 ox
aryar,postpalJ,to Amtrlca.CanaJa orMtxko 10 oo
Par yaar, postrald. other foreign countrltt tj oo
VPayablc Invariably In advance.
Post Ofhce Pox ti8
Fill DAY, AUG. 25, 1899.
Politics in Pennsylvania nro
peaceful nB iu the tliiys of William
Penn. Senator Quay his rouo
fishing nuil John Wanamalcur is
When Minister Damon pack
his grip ho should prtBta on the
outside "Italy or Bust," and woo
betide thoso who nook to prevent
success beLg the result of his
Col. Bryan has decided not to
mix-up in the Kentucky governor
ship fight, notwithstanding the
auti-Goohol fubtiou havu assured
him that he will not bo shot if
ho comes into the state.
Benedict Arnold was tho first
American to foreswear his alle
giance to tho United States and
return to Great Britain. William
Waldorf Astor though not of
British ancestry is the Intent Am
erican to desert the nation of his
birth and go over to Great Britain
Two men whom Uncle Sam cut
oibilyspnre from his roll ofcili.
No loss au important personage
than President McKiuley does not
consider it beneath his dignity
to remark the special display
of the tlag by loyal American
citizens and American childreu.
Tho official organ of Hawaii would
doubtless feel callus upon to
"call down" tho President, should
ho utter in Hawaii tho remark
address to tbr meeting of Ca'ho.
lies on Lake Ohamplain.
TllirrjIIHPOItTH O.V I.A1IOU.
Still tho Executive of Hawaii
refuses to inako public tho reports
font havo beeu made to it relative
t tho contract laborers and parti
onlHrlylthoso in reference to the
Galioians on Oahu plantation.
This isjdono notwithstanding tun
plantationiagents havo stated that
they deeiro tho publication of
thoso roporls, aud are disposed to
gi so far as to demand them of the
By what method of reasoning
the Executive explains its action
or lack of action hu's yet to ap
pear. It'is claimed by tho various
o'ticial organ that the roports
scattered abroad concerning thoso
laborers are not truo and aro gen
Ba the statements that havo
beeu published correct or not, tho
publication of the reports made
by government agents will
settle the matter onco for all. It
will sot tho agents and tlio labor
era rightiin whutcver misroproseu
tations may havo been made.
It was not'long ago that a num
ber of tho Executive) Council after
porudiug a repirt male by tho
government inspector, romarked
to a Bulletin reprejoutativ-',
"This ought to bo mvlo public."
Tho rep esout.ituo of tliid piper
applied to Mr. Dole for tho docu
rant for publication, to which
Mr. Dole r.ipliod, "Wait till the
next oue is reei-ired," It M)
btppens tint tho report on tlio
Itnlhu laborers w.n tin "next"
report. Application lua been
m ido to Mr. Dole for this roport
an 1 thus fur Li h h bimi "uuublo
to findVit." Tu r.).rS ou-lho
Gilicju'is, wliio't I'l-.t plautatim
ag'j tl-'i pi'illsuil wan lint
next f it viniF, and tlio Exfoullvn
rofiup-t o gi 'f ttiiri to 11m publie.
As has b en priivluunly said by
thN piper, Hi1 Kx'uutlvd can liu,
should be, and will bo hold solely
responsible for whatovor misre
presentations havo been mado
concerning tho condition of whito
laborers in Hawaii; responsible
to tho planters, rosponBiblo to
the administration iu Washing
ton aud responsible to tho people.
AMF.niCAMSM IN HAWAII.
" I you see it in tho Sun, it's
so," i .nccopted throughout the
States, aud from the mannor in
which this powerful New York
journal handles Hawaiian affairs,
it is apparent Hawaii can h.Ibo ao
cept this truism.
Tho Sun oBltB tho question," With
which parly will American seuti-
mouton the mainland sympathize?"
Ouusideriug tho pitt record
of the Sun and tho annexation
pirty of the mainland, this ques
tion easily answers itself.
Why was Hawaii anuexed, to
further American principles of
government or thoso represented
in the various mooarchial or oli
garohal govorumonts of Hawaii ?
Why does tho American flag
float over islands of tho Pacific; to
forward American principle and
give tho benefits of American civi
lization to tho citizens of island
torritory, or to servo as a cloak for
systems of govornraont that con
tain relics of former ages and on
force Iiiwb similar to thoso the
people of tho United States wiped
off the books years ago ?
Was Hawaii anuexed to promote
tbo interests of tho peoplo of tho
mainlaud and tho people of Ha
waii, or was it accomplished for
the benefit of a few citizens of tlio
mainland and a fow citizens of
If tho objoot of annexation was
not to extend Amerioan principles
to Hawaii, if tho flag was not in
truded to assure citizens of Hawaii
the full benefits of American civi
lizutiou, if annexation was not pro
moted to serve tho interests of the
poaple'of tbo' United States aud
the people of, Hawaii; then tho nn
nxatinn of Hawaii to United
States has accomplished what an
nexation of now territory has never
before foreshadowed or accom
plished in the history of the na
tion, and the flag has been put to
a uso whiob it has never repre
sented Bines itbecamo tho emblem
of the land of tbn freo.
The people of Hawaii wait oon-
6drntly tor the Congress of tho
United States to fulfill its duty to
American principle,Amorican pre
cedent, tbe citizons of tho main
land and tbe now American citi
zen of Hawaii a duty that, de
mands Hawaii's government shall
be wholly American.
INfKIIUHTINU POLITIC IN HAWAII.
(New York Sun Editorial)
Thore aro now two distinct
parties in Hawaii. Both iigreo in
regarding themsolves as Ameri
can oitizeus, but with an import
Ooo party of Americans in Ha
waii holds with Ex-Minister
Hatch that tho islands are part
and parcel of tho United StateB,
tbat tbe process of annexation ex
tended tho authority of tho Unit
ed Slates Constitution over tbe
inhabitants; that the Constitution
belongs to them, and that no
power on earth can deprive tbom
of tbeir right to tho Constitution.
Tlio utbi-r party IioIcIh that at
nroieut the fuudiunoutal law iov-
eming Hawaii in its rotations to
the United States is thoNewlands
resolution; that the Constitution
of the United Stated doos yet uot
apply in all of its provisions to
tho uiT-iiiB of tho islands; aud tho
recout remark iblo decisions of tbo
Hawaiian Supremo Court, of
which wo havo already spukou,
support this view of the case.
lint bebiud tlio division on Hues
of constitutional theory aud iuri
dical couvenionco, thero is au
equally distinct lino of partition
whiob separates two contrndioting
aud oouilioting manifestations of
Cue party iu Hawaii wishes to
be wholly American.
Tho other parly wisbus to hit
Auiiiiluati enough to got all tho
advantages which tho ilag In lugs,
mid yot to remain Hawaiian
enough to prosorvo all tho local
advantages of tho old syBtom, and
particularly to rotain tho officeb.
With which party will Amori
cdn sentiment on tho mainland
iTIOUK ABOUT SOLDIKKH.
At about 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon tho provost guard from
the Senator called at the police
station. Tho lieutonant in com
mand asked in a very courteous
manner to bo allowod to take the
two men who had created tho dis
turbance on Fort street.
When the two were marched
up, the more unruly fellowof tho
two, upon being given bis hat,
Baid that it did not belong to him
and stamped on it. The lieute
nant ordered threo of the soldierB
to march him to tho transport
without his hat.
Tbo other fellow was not as
drunk and behaved very well. Ho
asked to bo allowed to post a letter
and, whon ho got far euough from
the guard, took to his boels and
ran toward Fort street, most of
tho guard after him. Ho was
caught on Fort street.
Tho police aro very sorry that
they did not have the chance to
prosocuto tho two men but the
Senator going out when sho did,
mado it necessary to havo the men
sent aboard immediately.
ONE THING AND ANOTHER.
Cumso: "The theory that diet moulds
the character Is completely upset by sta
tistics from Paris."
Cawker: "What statistics are you
thinking about ?"
Cumso: "Parisians eat one hundred
thousand pounds of snails dally, and yet
the people of Paris are considered fast."
The Sterling Bicycles are equipped with
5i4 Palmer tires, the fastest road tires
You spend less money for repairs on the
Sterling wheels than any other bicycle In
Mrs. Newlywed: "So baby cried while
I was out and you didn't know what he
Uncle Bourbon (of Kentucky): "Exact
ly, nlecej and I don't believe he knows
himself. I tried him on ten-year-old
whisky, three-star brandy, and some apple
jack tbat I put up myself; but I'm darned
If he seemed to know just what he DID
Do you.know that tbe Pacific Cycle &
M'f'g Co., on Fort street, will make your
old wheel look like new for ?3 ?
General of Commissary (telling shark
story): "After a terrible struggle we drew
the shark aboard, and cuttlnc him open
found In his stomach nothing but a can of
Listener: "A can of army beef I And
are you quite sure the shark wasn't ueau
when vou found him. General ?"
The P. C. & M. Co. has just received a
snipment oi Spalding's oaseDaiis, nats,
box'ng gloves, etc. They cost you no
more than they would In the States. See
their lawn tennis and gymnasium shoes.
Have been received by the
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 we have received the very
latest designs In PICTURE FRAMES
and EASELS an assortment such as has
never before been seen In Honolulu.
Call early and have your choice.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd..
H. ,S y?
Have Yon Seen Them?
One Lever Operates the Whole Thing.
Simple, Safe, Clean.
Economical and Good Cookers.
And Ovens for Same.
Call In and see one In operation.
No Trouble to Show Them.
Take tbe Elevator.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
..Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood; Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
YOU want a good office coat ?
Something that will keep you
cool, and at the same time wear
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Blue, Gray and Brown are just
the thng. Come and have a
look at 'em.
We are offering this month
a line of Stiff-Bosom Colored
Shirts, Latest Style, and all
Up-to-Date Patterns, at I1.25.
Your gain, our loss ; too many,
that's the reason.
We still lead In Readyto-Wear Cloth
ing. All you need to do Is to tell us your
wants; we guarantee to fill them without
any trouble to you.
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We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 67a No. 9 n, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
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In all the newest shapes. Also, a Complete Variety of
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY
In Silk and Muslin.
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Tlie People's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian-Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALATJ, Manager.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
Special This Week :
Ladies' Vests 10c, 15e, 20o
Fast Black Hoso 3 pairs for 50o
Gents' Balbriggan Underwear 75c a suit
Fast Black Socks 10c a pair
Egan Dry Goods Co., Fort Street, -
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Are the Housekeeper's Delight!
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
Or Delivered OfM ICE at your door.
A full lines of Family -Groceries always on hands.
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Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
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