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THE EVEN1NO BPLJLETIN: BONOLTJLTJ, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 2, 1899.
. L. C. ATKINSON,
T. MoOANTS STEWART,
OounsoUor at Law.
Progrcw Block, opposite Cathollo Church
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
1252 Tolephono 1122
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
A-tfcornev t Law and
' KaalnimaiiU Htreot.
TOHtf L. KAULUKOU,
bethel St., Honolulu.
yt, 0. Aoin. Enoch Johnson.
AOH1 & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Oounsolors
Office No. 10 West King street.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
4AS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surtpnns and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
3ERETANIA STREETS, (opposite tho
Olllco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
i. in.; 7 to 8 p. m. Huntings: 8toll
t. in. Tcilepliono Gin. V. O. "ox 501.
DR. A. GORDON KODGINS.
cmn: and residence, gedge
COTTAOK, curlier llotol nml Richards
Mroots. Olllco Hours: fl to ll; 2 to
4. 7 to 8. I'olopliono 0.f3. 1245
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
us kino yr., ni:xt opera house.
Hoiii-h: 0-IOa. in.
undayn, 12-2 p. in.
, 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
OR. C. L. GARVIN
ifflco: 0'17 Kino Stiikkt; noar Punch
IhiwI, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. 448
Sours: 9 to 11 a. in.; 1 to 3 p. m.;
7 to 8 p. in.
DR. T0MIZ0 KATSUNUMA,
Skin Dimmsoh of nil kinds a socially.
Olllco Room 11, Sprocklos Building.
Hours 1) lo I.
Telephone 474. Rosldunco tolephono
DR. I. MORI,
136 BerctanKi street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Toloph.ino 177. P. O. Box 813.
Jtllee Hours: 0 lo 12 a. 111. nml 7 to 8
. n..; Siiiiil.iya, I) to 12 u. in. 1229
DR. T. M1TAMURA,
insulting Rooms. 427 Hunanu Street.
Yclnph'iiio 132. P. O. Box 842.
I'-xi.lcuco, 524 Nilliaiiu St.
.-lourx; 0 t 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.
HiiiiiUvh, ! to it p in, 1212 (Im
Hawaiian Medicine Co.
KING ST , NEAR ALAKEA.
Manufacture a full line of -
PURE FAMILY MEDICINES.
Free consultatlop 1 1 a. m. to n m. Sales
,ro m open from o a. in. to 6 p. m.
Telephone No. '6i.
A C. WALL, P. D. 8.,
O. E.WALL, D.D.S.,
New L-.v' li'illiUni, Fmt Stroot.
R. 1. MOORE,
. " Mo iil0 Rom Rtreet Telephone 501.
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AN lUI'USHlBLK SITUATION.
S. F. Exam ner EdltotUlJ
Tbo situation iu bHwnii oreatotl
by the juduincnt of the Supremo
Court of tbat territory is im
possible. Either the OodbU utiou
of the "United Statos runs na n
whole in Hawaii or not tit nil. It
cannot bo that such parts of tho
Constitution as may happen to
suit tbo fanoy or prejudices of
that extraordinary court are in
force and binding, while other
parts which happen to conflict
with tho notions of these astonish
ing jurists are of no effect. It is
common rumor in nonoiuiu mat
ono of them had said bo was
lying awake nights trying to re
oonoile tbe practice- of contract
slavery and other dubious prao
ticca of a looae and irresponsible
form of government now extin
guished with the obligations as
sumed by Hawaii when it became
patt of the United States. True
or false, the story Boems vory
fairly to represent tbe stato of
mind of tbo court iu prepariup.
tho opinion given in tho cauos of
Edwards and Peacock & Co.
When ono reads thotorrasof
tho joint resolution of annexation
it is oasy onouch to appreciate tbo
intellectual storm and stress that
must have been undoruouo before
a reconciliation could be effected
between its terms aud tbe dubious
and immoral praotices that had
boen gi.on tbo sauction of law
under the old dispensation on the
inlanas. The clause which gave
tboBO ingenious gentlemen most
trouble reads as follows:
Tbe municipal legislation of tbo
Hawaiian Islands not
inconsistent with this joint resolu
tion, nor contrary to tho Constitu
tion of tbo Uuited States, nor to
any existing treaty of tho United
States, shall remain in force until
tbe Congress of tbe United Stated
ahull otherwise determine.
"Nor contrary to tho Constitu
tion of tho Uuited States."
It might puzzle an ordinary
man to hud a means to bl t out
tbat provision allogetbor from the
resolution, and oven thoao singu
lar jurists of Hawaii appear t
have beun sorely exercised by the
problem, but it was evidently n
labor of lovo, and they accomplish
ed it, at last to their own eaUtt
faction. They simply wiped'ifbut
with ono fell smudgo of tbo judi
By the exercise of iufiuifo paint
and labor, tboy dieoivered thai
this troublesome- proviso wat
merely "declaratory, and not
remedial." They say:
It is not likely that tbo remain
ing clause, "Nor contrary to th
Constitution of the United States,''
also was intended to bo merely
declaratory and not remodialV
Were not all these clauses in
serted for tbo sake of exactness
Hud to avoid absurdities and in
consistencies, and not for the
purpose of taking this method of
enacting independent positive
These conundrums they answer
in tho affirmative to tboir owu '
satiBfastion. The reasoniog is in
corrigibly immoral. It is arrived
at by breaking up the provision
into clauses and rejecting tbosr
tbdt do not jibe with tbo pro
judices of tbe oourt. This is what
thp provieion says: 1
Tun munioipal legislation of the
Hawaiian Ilands not con
trary to the Constitution of tbe
United States shall remain
in force. '
Tbe Hawaiian court makes it
The municipal legislation of the
Hawaiian Inlands " 6hall re
mnin in force.
It in not an nvorstatemont of tho
facts to oill Buoh reasoning im
moral aud ilxgitious. It is not only j
au toiuilt tn tbo intolligonce, but
it is a great deal worse. Perhaps
it is not surprising to see such
roasouing resorted to when it is
uudorstool to be tho tenacity of
despair clinging to a system ol
munioiptl law which sanctions
Get a complete history of Philip
"Calumet" makes thought'
est, sweetest ana mow
TRAGEDIES OF WAR.
TOUCHING SCENES IN ONE OF SANTI
Dellrloa rtl.nt Wlio Fight the llattl
Oter '.icaln llrave MlM Wheeler, the
General Director, Doe. Hot Quail at Her
The Now York World's special cor
respondent of Santiago, writing undor
tho (Into of Aug. 14, describes tho scones
in tbo hospitals thero as follows;
It is in the ho-pItrtlsM'l'n'nrid around
Santiago whoro tbo real tragedy of war
is to be seen. Whllo thovflgutlng wont
on tbo men who manned tho trenches
tinder the Mating sau and flcrco tropic
al storms' did not rcalizo that they had
physical constitutions dolioatcly con
structed. Tboy began to find It out
when the Spanish troops a mllo distant
put down their arms in obedience to
tbo domain! of tho United States gov
ernment for tboir surrender and nature
began to exact payment for tho liber
ties which bad been taken with bor.
Within flvo days after tbo Inst gun bad
bcon fired tho men tumbled over with
tbo calenturn (over and various other
ailments' which wcro fronuontly mis
taken for yellow fovcr.
Tho Red Cross sooicty was tho first
to establish anything liko a systematlo
mid iutclligcnt plan of caring for tho
sick. Tho best nud most important hos
pital in Santiago 'In in a boatbouso
ftontlug tbo bay and known as tho
Club Nautlca. Tho general director of
tho hospital iu tho OInb Nautlca is
Mies Anulo Wheeler, a daughter of
"Fighting .Too" Wheeler. Among the
patients or tho hospital sbo is known
as "tho nugcl," nud bcr swoctiics and
syiupatbotio ministrations justify the
title conferred by her "grateful chil
dren," as sho calls them.
At nuo tlmo thero woro 170 patients
crowded in tbo ono largo room previous
ly, used as a dauciug piulllounnilon the
veranda, which extends nrouud tho four
sides of tho liouso. Tbo boatbouso is
fecparatod from tho Bhoro by n long pon
toon, nnd is ndmirably adapted for hos
pital purpocs on nccouut of its isola
tion from troops on slioro.
I saw a man thero yesterday who had
1110 scud 1. letter to bis wifo in Ohio,
tolling her that "bo was nil right and
coming homo soon." An hour later he
I was taltcn over to tho yellow fovcr bos
I pital, nnd from what Dr. Gonzales told
mo tonight ho may uoror get homo nt
all. Ills cao is ono of gcunltio yellow
fever. Ho knew ho was infected with
tho dtbensu when ho dictated tbo loiter
Ho talked to 1110 very frankly about it
nnd did not want his wlfo to know,
t A nun who lies on 11 cot within ten
feet of tho 0110 upon which tbo Ohio
man reclined uutil bo wns taken across
tbo bay bus his throat all done up iu
bandages. Iln tried to decapitato him
eolf on Sunday bust whilu raging with
delirium which tho caleiitura briugs to
paralyo brain and body. Tbo surgeons
hao howed up bis throat nud uoblo lit
tle Miss Wheeler is nursing him back
to llfo for tbo wlfo and tbrco children
who nro waiting for him back in New
Hampshire Thero is another man tboro
Wilson of tho Ninth cavalry a
splendid typo of tho colorod trooper.
Ho thrashes about bis narrow cot with
caloutura, and awakes tbo echoes of tbo
day and night with reciting tho dra
matic incidents connected with tbe
chnrgo of Sim J mm bill. Ho says as if
ton companion: "That's my Spauiard,
Sandy. I'm going to Iiuvo him. You
tako tbat follow in tho trco." Wilson
has n strong constitution, and will
probably got woll.
1 Nono of tho other patients object to
tho noiso ho mulcts oxcept tho man Iu the
next cot, who looks about lis much a col
ored man as Wilson hlniEolf. Ho is not,
tbongb, nud when tbo tau disappburs
ho will probably bo n good looking
white man with a brown beard bo did
not havo when bo left homo. This pa
, tient, who is n privnto iu a volunteer
regiment, stnggcrcd up tho stops of tho
hospital five days ago and fell at the
feet of Mini Whielir and Mrs. Fannie
B. Wind. Ho was put to bed uud Imp
remained unconbcinus over siipo except
at ruro iutervals. Mrs. Ward, who vis
its tho hospital for several hours ovcry
day, sits bosido him, nud bo persists iu
culling bcr' Itosaliud, uud then (toes to
nlecp obediently iu answer to tho cares
uf her tender hand. Nobody know
wild ho is, hut tho doctor b.lys ho will
bo ablu to toll all nbout blmsolf in u few
'Out on tlio cramla overlooking the
bay is 11 Cuban, ono of tho tow who
really fought ns a loynl ally of the
United States troops, and therefore 1111
interesting figuro. Fow of tbo Cubans
really runderrd nny kervice. This Cu
bun, who bus tin uuprououucablu name,
Buffers from a Mnuscr rlllo ball in bis
right breust, which renders him douhly
interesting. Ho Is musically inclined.
Ho sometimes breaks out in tho middlo
of tho night nud wakes up tho patients
with tho quaint uud woird notes of a
folk Eoug. I beard him sing ouo tbo
night boforo lust. It was tbo "Potio
nolla," a provincial song of Spain. Tbo
CiubIo ia typically Spauish, with long
cadences. It sounds liko sonio of tbo
croouiug songs wo heard in old time
Italian uud Spanish operas. Ono of tbo
verses goes this way:
Ob. Iiuw tuiud tho women nro-o-c-e;
They run at the eight ot n little rat
Out of n man, who Is more "longeron",
More dnngeroua s-g-a-a,
TI107 nro not aft aid.
Twelve different positions on
one sheet - ti 00
Twenty-four different positions on
one sheet i 50
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Agent for the Bottled Ktlnltr Deer of Statu..
No. 10 NUUANU STD-BET
Foitcr Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Box 1 ) Mutuil T.ltphon. o8.
OONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AKL
225 Queen street, Honolulu, fl, 1,
.oDioliiatel Soda Water Co,, LI
Iirncr Allen & Fort St., Honolulu.
HOLLI8TER A CO.,
Myrtle Soda Stand,
Maulta of tbe-Orpheum Block.
Aerated drinks of every description.
Milk Shakes a specialty.
Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, etc. 1260
BY A UT 1 1 OR IT
Saturday, September i6th, 1899, being
an Hawaiian National Holiday, all Gov
ernment Offices throughout the Islands
will be closed on that day.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Aug. 30, 1899.
Holders of water prlvilcs, ot those
paying water rates, are berebv notified
that the hours for Irrigation putLOSes are
from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from 4 to 6
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by J. A. KING.
Minister of Intentr
Honolulu, June 14. 181,9.
f Incorporated Under tub Laws 1
op tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
CiiAB.M,CooKR, President: s.
' P. C. .lo.NKs. Vlco-lVosldent
.0. II. Cooke, Oashlor.
F. C. ATitKnTO(,.jAmlfttarit Cashier.
T. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tennoy,
3. A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts. Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to alt
miBiness connected with banking on
trowed to It. Sell nnd purchase Forotgn
Exchange, issue Letters of Credit. ,
Ordinary aud Term Deposits rocelvod.
and Intorost allowed In accordance with
rulos and. conditions printed in Pass
books, coplos of which may bo bad upon
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Marchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Telf.phonk : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealors in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen stroot, Honolulu.
Contract ,r and Builder.
Houm Moving, id .11 Kinds ol tlt.vy Weights
NO i HORT STREET. HONOLULU.
(Opposlt. Club Sublts).
Residence Ttlephone 490. 1167-1!
H. L. KURR&CO.,
Architects and Builders
JAMKS T. TAYLOR,
M Am. Soc C. E.
S00 Judd Block. Tolo. 633.
F. W. THRUM,
SOOM NO. 10, SPRECKEW BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of .11 kinds ol N.tlv.
Woods. CALABASHES In stock nd to order.
KING STREET. - - NEAR ALAP
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission
'REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Otton-Noit Co., Queen Btreet.
Offlcunoxt toPostomon. 1223
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cont.illrios's, I am npain propared
to do all kinds of Tiuemith and
Plnnibing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for "past favors, 1
respectfully solicit a continuance
of the Bnruo.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
tar Tel. 844.
DECORATINt. AND NATURAL
WOOD FINISH1NC. A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
N'pxt to Pnllfn station
The World Register
Keops tho CasIi whilo you are busy.
Try one- o
On Marble nnd Granite,
"WORK. . . .
Ponces and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence aud Monumental Co,
041 King Stroot.
Wm. O. Inwra.
San Franciieo AgtnltViiK Nevada
Natioai. Hank op San Fhanoiboo.
San FnAKCitco Tho Novada National
Bank of San Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London.
New Yonic American Exchange Na
CincAqo Morchants National Bank.
Pahis Credit Lyonnals.
BnnuN Drosdner Bank.
IIonkono and YOKOHAMA Honkong fc
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
NkW Zkaland and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
VicroniA and Vancouver Bank "of
British North America.
Transact a General Banruig anrl Eicbaiee Bnzineai
uepouts Received. Loans' made on'Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Traveler!
rodlte Issued. Bills of Exchange boneht
nd sold. n
COLLSOTIOWB PbOMPTLT ACCOCHTID KOB.
; Savings Doposita will bo
rocelvod and Interest allowed by this
Bank nt four and one-half por cent,
per annum. Tho term.., rules and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo boon adopted as far aa
It Is pMcticubto to apply tliom, and the
Cash RohorVo of $5(1,000 as roqulred un
dor tho Postal Act will be maintained.
Printed coplos of tho Itulox und Reg
ulations may bo obtalnod on application,
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP 6c Co.
Transact a General Banking
jnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Lottors of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all tho principal citieB
it" the world.
Intorost allowed aftof July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 8
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3 por cont., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
AtsetB, Dec. 31, 1808, $110,808,88
Money loaned on approvod security.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Eighteenth Series of Stock is now
Officrhs: T. F. Lansing, President;
S. R. Roho, Vice-Prosidont; C. B. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Goar, Secretary.
Dikkotouh: T. F. Lansiug, S.B.Rose,
A. V. Gonr, A. W. Keecb, J. G. Roth
well, Honry Smith, J. J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, 0. B. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms,
Oflloe Hours: 12:30-1:30 p. m.
Tjje taharnB Specie Bank
Paid Up Capital Yen 12,000,000
Reserve fund .". Yen 2,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London. Lyons, Now York,
Snn Kranolsco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
The Itnnk buy and receives for collec
tion Bills of Exchange, Ihsiioh Drafts and
Letters ot Credit on tho above Branches
and AiioiicIoh, and transacts a Koueral
On Fixed Drposli tor is months, 4 per cent p. a.
On Hxti De poktl fur 6 months, , '
On Fixed Depo.ll for mos. j '
Uy Ihe Head Office, at Yokohama, on Current De
foslt, 1 9-to .en per day
Ixed Deposit lor u months, jH per cent p. a.
Sew RepuDllc BciiaiuR. 11 j'mng si, Donololi
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & HalekauwiU BU,
Has a large assortment o!
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates given for house wir
Ing and Eloctrioal plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty,