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THE EVENING BULLETIN": HONOLULU, H. JL SEPTEMBER 1, 1899.
Vfeitced Every Day, except Sunday, at ato Klrf
tteet. Honolulu, II, I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
' R "7.RRINGTON Editor
ANItL UK, AN City taltor
1'UIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1899.
Government orgium do not (lore
ourlorflt the payruont of thoExHcu
tive'e epocml nuent to Washington,
from public funilo; neither do tbey
dure to oppoio it
9au FriiuciHUo'd groetiny to tbo
Giili'ortiia tihlers nirvkee the ca
reer of n war veteran much brighter
to the men who mny bo callod to
fight in future, year.
Will the Hawaiian governniont
allow habens corpus proceedings,
to test itu notion, to be brought
before the United States Supreme
Court? Not for an instant.
Tbo Examiner has discovered n
m.tu who walked through a red hot
Iriva stroam on stilts. This might
bo something now under the sun
if' it were not that monumental
liars have existed for ages.
'The hnbens corpus proceedings
for the release ol the Galicians
wjll not be brought before the
United States Supremo Court, if
the Hawaiian Government can do
anything to bend off counsellor
If it is true tho Shamrock's
ivill is twitted, tbo next cup
challenger will not bo quick to
ask for the right to tow during
ciltn weather. Sir Thomas Lip
ton may well begin to feel norv
o 13 us a Kihnnlbnv.
Some say Hawnii's Government
is a missionary government; some
eay it isn't. At all evonte, it is a
government that, in its dealiug
with American principle, stic'ts
very close to the text : MY will,
apt tbinp. lie done.
"When the Government forward
ed its instructions on tbo land
question to Secretary Hay, it is to
bo pnsumed that Mr. Dolo for
warded his intetview in which he
notified the people of Hawaii that
tho United States Secretary of
State does not know his business?
A government effioial is dispos
ed to endorse tho viow that Score
tary Hay, in his letter dealing
witb tho land question, said noth
ing. We aro pleased to be in
formed of tbo opinion of this
government, and shall awuit witb
interest Secretary Hay's viow of
Tho government organ of tho
Great Boojum has enlisted the
Hon. Mr. How Duck among its
baboon forces. Thus are the vol
unteers gathered in by tho assist
ants and champions of tho Atkin
son anti-imperial snake sooioty.
Wd trust Mr. Atkinson's cohorts
in Hawaii will find much pleasuro
in their condemnation of the
The Hawaiian Govurnmont or
gan, find pleasure in "understand-ingV-
most anytbiog, if by the
publication of its nonsensical
"understanding" it can oreato an
opportunity to misrepresent an
American official. Tho govern
ment's organ has always beon
thoroughly consistent in its con
stant attempt to cast discredit
upon Immigration Agent J. K.
Minister Damon who goes to
Italy in the interests of whito
labor has his expoaeos paid by
the plauterd. Tho special agent
of tbo Hawaiian Executive at
Washington U to hive his ex
penses paid from funds of the
public treaiury. Yet Mr. Da
mon'n tup will ujjoinptish fti
more Wni. lit to the country than
will tb 'i1 U .Him) ol' Mi' nawaiinn
Executive'- sppIhI qeer,t.
It waB not absolutely uecoesary
that the Ainu can govoruor gen-
eral of tho Philippines should ex
clude the Ohineso. It was dono
becaueo such actiou is in keeping
with Amorican statuto, and in
liue with present American sonti
rnont. One has only to follow the
actiou of Hawaiian officials in
warding off Amorican laws to ap
preciate tbo great differonco be
tween American officials, who Am
erican only in name, and the
American official, American at
heart, who whilo not required by
law to enforce American law does
so of his own volition.
Mil. DAMON'S MlHSION
Mr. Demon's offorts to socuro
white laborers for Hawaii docs
not moot with tbo approval of tbo
official organ of tho Govornmont,
although this organ has posed as
the great white labor champion.
The reasons for this disapproval
are apparent. In the first place
the organ would oppose anything
proposed by Minister Damou, and
Dually, its championship of white
labor is a howling farce. It howls
for wbito labor whon nothing is
being done and thon howls down
any tangible scheme proiented for
tho actual introduction of those
laborers to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Possibly Portugueso or somo
other Europeans will make bettor
citizens than the Italians, but it is
a uotablo fact that tho organ that
criticises Mr. Damon's mission
has nothing better to offer. It
presouts no tanuiblo scheme
nothing but criticism of tbo only
Minister Damon will bo neither
balked nor upsot by tho potty
criticism apparently made with a
viow to render him as uncomfort
ablo as possible At homo he has
tbo uuiverna! support of tho poo-
ple honestly in favor of promoting
white labor in Hawaii; abroad,
Mr. Damon is old enough and
koen onough to look out for him
self and the interpsto of Hawaii.
UHPIIAN WOIIK IN JPAN.
Throe representatives of the
Okayama Orphan Asylum arrivod
in Honolulu recently to collect
funds for this institution.
Tho men of this delegation
are Y. Watanabo, Mr. S. Hase
gawa and Iwamra. Mr. Hase
gawa was taken by (be asylum
when a child aud can speak for
its good work.
It is tho intontion of these gen
tlemou to givo stereoptican lec
tures, giving views of the asylum
aud explaining its work as well as
many viowa of Japan's beautiful
sconory. The first exhibition will
bo L'ivou this evening in tho Jap
aueso Union Church and next
Thursday evening an exhibition
is to be giveu in tho Y. M. 0. A.
ball at 8 o'clock. Admission, 50
cents, Rev. O. H. Gultck will ex
plain the views,
Tho Okayama Orphan Asylum
was founded by Mr. Ishii, former
ly a prominent physician in
Japan. Ho became impressed
with the necessity of Christian
work by Japaneso among tbo
orphan children and gave all his
property ami timo to the work of
thoBBjlura which now cares for
over 300 obildren.
r, qnlnn'a Twins."
Tomorrow night at the Opora
Houso tbo famouse Maggie Moore
H. It. Roberts Company which
bavo gained such wonderful
popularity in Honolulu, will
present "Mrs Qainn's Twins,"
wboroiu delightful songs, charm
ing dances and 30 specially
trained children will figure to
tho enjoyment of all. Tho moro
mention, now of Maggie Mooro,
Roberts and the whole company
is enough to assure a crowded
house auu a grand success.
-a t a
t'harliy Association Officer.
Mrs Berger, in obargo of tbe
Associated Board of Charities
work, has securod an office on
Hotel street next to the Y. M.
C. A. Building. This offico was
opened today and tho work of
the As'ooiation may be said to
have fnirly 6tartod. Tho office
hours a io from J) to 12 a. m.
m a -
Captaiu Parker of tbe police
force wout to Koolau on business
Roberta aa "O.'n Mnlllanil "
Tbo eminont Australian Star
H. R. Roborls scored a big suc
cess in "Tho Silonco of Dean Mait-
land" at the Opera Houso last
It possiblo bo was creator than
ever, and the perfection and ease
of his masterly acting astounded
and dolighted tbe large and ap
preciative audionco that greeted
tho popular player in tho splendid
From his first appearance on
tho stage until at tho foot of tbe
cross he expiates bis sin, ho hold
tho wholo houso spell bound by
tbo power and perfect execution
of his "Dean Maitland."
Roborts enactmont of a murdor
or's agonizing struggles with bis
tormenting consionco, in its living
'intensity and awful terror loft ab
solutely nothing to be desired.
Ho was the play, tho ono actor
on whom all interest and attention
were centered, and by his gonius
was tho whole presentation an
immonse success and will bo a
lasting memory in tho minds of
Honolulu theater goers of tho ox-
cellenco and perfection of tbo
whole Australian Company.
Applauso was frequent and en
thusiastio and tho largest audience
of tbo season was present to enjoy
tho great success of a mastornctor,
HEAVY FREIGHT CHARGES.
"Salvation's free," the preacher said,
As the elder passed the plate;
"Salvation's free for you and me,
But we have to pay the freight."
No freight to pay when you ride a Ster
ling. "Women who wear eye-glasses or spec
tacles are alwavs ecnirenlal."
"Yes; thev like to tell each other they
had to put them on long before age had
anything to do with It."
"Built like a watch" Sterling Bicycles
are all tne go. I lie K. u. & ftvrg t-o.
has just received a new shipment of them,
For him there's little In life's cup
Who waits for something to turn up;
And then he finds, to end his woes,
When something turns up 'tis his toes.
Remington Breach Ejector Shot Guns,
the finest guns made, for sale at the P. C.
"There's nothing like perseverance."
"Still. It hasn't done much for the Eng
lish In their attempt to win a yacht race."
But when you are trying to get a good
bicycle, and strike a Sterling ,rBullt like a
watch," you don't have to go any further.
THE P. C. & M'F'G CO.
Costello, the hack driver, was
arrested lato last night on tho
charge of unlawful possession of
opium. Ue was noticed aoting
suspiciously on Fort street and
was later arrested wnilo arguing
with a Chinese rostauranti keeper
as to the price of tbe stuff.)
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. E-
Tlie Bulletin told you a few days ago
of tie scarcity of hard woods such as are
used for'mouldings, and the large advance
in putc ui iiic Mine.
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.
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD'
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
ARE THE SEASON'S LATEST
NOVELTIES; to buy or not to
buy Is a question easily settled,
after you see our goods.
strong, good goods, the best for
school, can be had at our store
at prices ranging from fi.50 to
I6.00. Best made, and stylish
THE BOY DRESSED In one
of these suits feels the courage of
a man, because he looks manly.
His work becomes a pleasure and
his studies a joy.
WE ARE OFFERING, THIS
WEEK, to close out, a line of
GOLF, NEGLIGEE and STIFF
BOSOM SHIRTS, at 5 cents
Call and take your" pick.
9 Hotel Streat : : WaVerlBy BlOClt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Have Yon Seen Them 7
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 the Elevator.
Von Holt Block, King street.
ImDorters of Crockerv. Lam ds and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators,
New VVIckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves.
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
-"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Rough llidors" "ThoDown-
fall of tho Dervishes"
"Waldtrandt" "Major Tac
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"Dross " " Prisoners of
Hope" "The Mnlcinc of Ha-
waii" "The Real Hawaii"
-"Tho Unpin"--"Eurpt in
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"Spun o' Lift)"--"Tho Oup-
sina" "lied Hook" "llavitl
Hanun" - - "Tlio Awkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English Thought " " Tho
Dreamers" "Tho Principles
of Bacteriology" fcc.
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
316 FORT STREET.
We have just
choice selection of
SAILORS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie People's Providers.
SFEOI-AJLi S-A.LE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons t
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALATJ, Manager.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
A Fine Line of
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, SIDE COMBS, BELT BUCKLES
A New Shipment of the Famous
Egan Dry Goods
Apples, Cauliflower, Celery, Cabbage, Salmon,
Eastern Oysters, Lemons, Limes,
Fresh California Butter, Cheese, Olives.
Telephone 680 and get your goods delivered to your own door ON ICE.
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block. Fort Street.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhouse, H. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverlcy Block, Bethel St.
Fort Street, 22 and 02 tklbwionkh1 Bethel Streot, - 24 and 9
1. O. IIox 38U
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clothes ma Jo to ardor at a reasonable
cost. Clothi'B (loaned, ronalred mid
dyod. First-class -work guaranteed. I
O. box 280. Union streot, Honolulu
II. I. 1208
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534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ol Chaplain Um
Gleanlnc and Repairing at Short Nolle.,
ana la tne pen powoit manner
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