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THE EVENING BULL TIN. nONOLWT', H t., SEPTEMBER 9, 1899.
lT-bUnei Every Day, cpt Suniay, at io Kliii
trtet. Honolulu, II. I., by the
ULLBTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
1VIEL LOiAN CHyEJIIor
SA.TUKDAY, SEPT. 9, 1899.
According to tho conclusioua of
tbo oQicinl orgnn, it npponrs tbnt
tbo Jomnin of th Snltnu of 8ulu
nud Hnwrtii uru tbo only pliiccn
umier tbo Am.'rio.iu ilig where
tbo personal liberty gnnruutccd by
tbo constitution of tbo United
States is not punrnuteed. Doubt
less tb- oriiu tituh pleasuto in
tbis nasocintiou with tbo Sultan of
Tim KXM'UllVK'M "IM5CIAI. IIKP
HICKI'.NSAIIVIX. Again the Hnwniinti Executive's
apecinl represeutalivo to Wasli
iutou Imuuor is Haunted bofore
iho public. It is believed thnt
the Hnwaiiitn government ulimilil
hve "someone on tho spot" dur
ing tlio coming session of Cou-gr.-s.,
nud ns expected the some
o o propound for tbo rnisuiou is
"Willie On tho Spot."
Tbnt the Happy ollicial Family
of Hawaii should tenacious
ly hold to tbo deairo to
have a man of. their selec
tion, paid from public monies, in
Washington is by no means sur
prising. In the first placo they
need it. No one but a member of
the Happy Family would'presume
to nsauuio tbo responsibility of
trying to explaiu the wisdom of
tbo rapid succession of nuti-Amer-ictn
action that Iikb found its
source in tbo Hawaiian govern
merit ollicials since annexation,
la the second place no ono has
known any of tho Happy Family
to fiot the expenses of trips
abroad in their epecial iutcrcst,
when it was possible by nny
warping or perverting of appro
priationH to foot the bills from the
It is proposed that tbu Iliiwni
iua Goveiuiuont bend a special
agibt to Washington to plead Ha
w.iiiV cause bofoto Congress.
And what is this Hawaiian gov
eminent? A defunct government
that ou August 12, 189S, turned
over nil its right, titlo and interest
in tho Hawaiian Islands to the
United States; an organization
which the United Statos Congress
has made temporary use of while
ooutemplatiug a permanent, stable
American system of government.
It is proposed that Mr. Dole
and his cabinet officers select tbis
epeoial representative to Washing
ton, that Mr. Dole formally ap
point him and givo his commis
sion. And who are Mr. Dole
and his cabinet otlicerd ? Tbo
former President and cabinet ofli
oialu of the defunot Republic of
Hawaii, ofliaials all of them
who today hold their ollicos by np
pointment by President McKinlay
and today aro subject to his com
mand nud hit commands only, ir
rospuctivo of the power conforrcd
npou tbem by the oonstitutiou of
the defunct Republic of Hawaii;
officials who today or muroly tem
porary administrative timo sorvers
subject not to the order of the
people, but Hololy to the Presi
dent of the United States.
It is proposed that tbis special
representative bo paid from tho
appropriation passed by tho legis
lature of tbo defunct Republic of
Hawaii to pay tbo oxponses of the
Diplomatic and consular eorvioo.
And what is the Diplomatic and
consular appropriation ? An ap
propriation authorized by the lo
gialatare, while Hawaii was yet an
independent nation, for tho main
tenance of diplomatic and consu
lar officials in foreign capitals;
an appropriation that passed to
tho list of unavailtble funds when
the act of annexation specifically
wiped out all diplomatic offices
, and all treaties of Hawaii with
foreign countries substituting
therefor tho diplomatic power in
Washington and the treaties of
the United States; an npropriation
from which the officials of Hawaii
cannot honestly expend ono dol
lar, except for tho paymout of
such consular officers as aro re
tained iu offico by tho Nowlands
Rosolution to conduct tho com
mercial business of tbo customs
department; an appropriation
from which tho officials of Hawaii
have no authority to take a dollar
for tho payment of tboir spocial
representative, excopt an aulhori
ty born of a desiro to havo tboir
cause specially plooded beforo
Congress, an authority assumed
for personal political reasons.
It is proposed to nppoint W. O.
Smith as this special represent
ative of tho Hawaiian officials nt
Washington. And what aro Mr.
Smith's recommondatious asshown
by his official acts ? Comment on
this subject can wait until it is
known whether W. 0. Smith or
anyone olse in tho Hawaiian Is
1 mils, is such an ass as to accept
this foolish and fraudulont pro no
sitiou of tho local government.
To sum up tho proposition, wo
have defunct officials of dofuuot
goverumtjut, taking monoy fiom a
defunct appropriation, sending a
special representation to tho Unit
od States Congress, when this
government, theso officials and
this appropriation aro subject to
tbo commands of tho President of
tho United States and Congress.
And all theso functions, or bet
ter defunctious, aro assuraod.nnd
tho special representative eont to
Washington "in tho name of tho
peoplo of Hawaii." Qod eavo the
mark. The officials of Hawaii
know, the people of Hawaii know
that such action is a lie, a travos
ty, and a fraud. The officials of
Hawaii know and tho people of
Hawaii know that this proposed
special agont will bo nothing
more or less than the special coun
sel of Mr. Dole's official circle,
better known in Hawaii as tho
Happy Family; tho ohampion of
the political schomeB of a coterla
that would iufiuenco legislation
for Hawaii, not according to tho
wishes of the peoplo of Hawaii,
but with a view to furthering per
sonal political schemes nud keep
ing tho voice of tho paoplo as far
in tbo back ground as possible,
both as regards tho prosent and
United States Senator Clark
words hia suggeativo objections to
this spocial representativo of tho
Hawaiian Government as becomes
tbe keen politician, capablo man of
the world and warm friend of Ha
wnii that ho is. He is quoted as
saying that this special agent
would bo misunderstood by Con
gress. Ho has said, "Tho way for
Hawaiiana to present their views
to Congress in my opinion is by
means of a delegation of business
men." Whothor this delegation
would bo moro favorably received
in Washington if armed with cre
dentials from the Chamber of
Oommorce, rather than appoint
raents from tho Hawaiian Execu
tive Council, Senator Clark does
not say. It is not necessary for
present purposes ho should say.
Senator Clark knows as evory
man with average horse souse,
who has traveled among tbe poo
plo of tho different islands as he
has, knows, that tbo speoial Wash
ington ropresontativo the Ha
waiian government contemplates
ia uot,cannot be, representative of
tho people and would bo kicked
from pillar to post by whatever
opposition to President McKinley
can bo mustorod in tbo next Con
gress. Ho knows that this spocial
representative would be more ol a
stumbling block, iu tl e fulfillment
of President MoKiuley's beneficent
Hawaiian policy, than an assist
A dnlegatiou of business men
fresh from tho people and acting
on authority from tbo people
would certainly be in a position to
do good woik and fairly repreeont
tbu varied interests of Hawaii.
BICYCLES VS. CARS.
Don't pav ten cent car fares, It Is much
cheaper to ride a Sterling bicycle. The
average person rides four times dally, at io
cents a ride, this amounts In a week to
J2.40 or 12.00 per month. The Pacific
Cycle & M'f'g. Co,, on Fort street, will
sell you the highest grade Sterling bicycle
ever manufactured for $60.00 on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
After you have once experienced the
pleasure and advantages of cycling, you
will not want to ride on tram cars at even
3 cent fare.
The rocky road to Dublin, or any other
place will not annoy you when you are
equipped with abullt-llke-a-watch Sterling
bicycle. They will stand more rough
usage, while looking graceful and riding
easy, of any wheel made. Their construc
tion Is perfect, and they are light, strong
and speedy, and built like a watch.
Down under the highly polished enamel
and glittering nickel is the real bicycle;
the thing you're paying your good money
for, and on the strengtli of which, may
depend your life. Are you going to buy
a bicycle of known reputation? of n kind
of a kind that has never been known to
"fall down" under any ordinary accident
or will vou take vour life In vour hands
and ride recklessly to no one knows what,
on a wheel that Is without a reputation,
just because Its first cost is a few dollars
-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 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 well selected stock with a good as
sortment of goods are both the buyer's
and seller's delight.
We have just received a large assort
Nos. 4, 5 and 6.
Galvanized Fer.ce Staples, In Kegs,
assorted sizes, Hi, i) and 2 Inch.
Paints in Oil
PIONEER AND HUBBUCK'S WHITE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
RAW LINSEED OIL,
WHITE ZINC IN OIL AND JAPAN,
ADAM'S FLAT PAINT BRUSHES, 3
TO 5 INCHES WIDE.
ADAM'S VARNISH BRUHES, AS
No. 1 and 2 Engine Oil W.S Lard Oil,
In tins and barrels.
Sperm Oil in tins and barrels.
Neats Foot Oil. Carbollnlum.
Coal Tar. Axle Grease. Best Refined
Cotton Waste. Vamlsh of all kinds.
Packing, Asbestos, Soap Stone, Sheet
Pipe Covering, assorted sizes.
The above are only a few of the many
articles we keep constantly In stock,
and our prices will stand competition
with any other dealers.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Fort streets, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
ISN'T EVERYTHING to good
storekeeplng j even a good salesman
fails when he tries to sell, cautious
ly, clothing that Isn't made as It
should be. In the long run only
the best clothing pays; especially
when the best clothing can be had
at the price of the next best. Our
clothing Is so well made, so at
tractive In appearance, and looks so
desirable that It requires less energy
and breath and persuasion on the
part of the salesman to sell It.
After we have sold It once, we
can sell It with still less effort to
the same customer. It Is the kind
of clothing that bring your custo
mer back again and again the kind
with which we can build up a last
ing trade. And tint Is what we
are doing In all our lines.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVCrlCy BIOCl
We Make Shirts te Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 0 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Have You 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.
Hub Fernisjiii Dejarta't
Take the ElevaUr.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt, nioo.k, Kliitf 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.
RECEIVED BY THE
"In the Forbidden Land," 2 vols., by A.
Henry Savage Landon.
"My Lady Rotha," Stanley Weyman.
"The Castle Inn," Stanley Weyman.
"Tekla," Robt. Barr.
"Heart and Sword," John Strange Winter.
"An Original Sinner," Albert Ross.
"The Gift of Bonaparte," Shortz.
"A Lost American," Gunter.
"The Dreamers," Bangs.
"The Cruise of the Cachalot," (in paper
"Our Navy .i the SrunMi War," John
"The Scape Goat," Hall Caine.
"The Swallow"- Haggard's Best Book I
"From Sea to Sea," (2 vols.), Kipling.
Kipling's Complete Works, In 15 vols.,
"Reminiscences," Justin McCarthy.
"Heart of the World," Haggard.
"Waldtrant," M. Rudlger.
"Joan Haste," Haggard.
"The King's Rivals," E. N. Barrow.
Ex Australia !
IJ. M. WEBB,
816 FORT STREET.
We have just
choice selection of
SAILORS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlio 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.,
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, SIDE
A New Shipment
Egan Dry Goods
SOIMETHr-inSTG- 2STE7V !
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
Alpha Home Pudding !
Nicest Pudding you ever ate. Not slmplv a cornstarch preparation. SOMETHING
NEW. FIVE KINDS TO CHOOSE FROM, AT 10 CENTS EACH
Cocoanut Farina, Cocoanut Chocolate, Cocoanut Rice, Cocoanut Tapioca, Cocoanut
Lemon Cream. Any one pudding enough for six persons. Buy one to try money
back If dissatisfied. Saves time, labor and money. At
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
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, - 22 anil 1)2 tklkmioneri Uothol Street, - 24 and 049
V. O. Uox 38H.
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR
Clotlioa nitulo to ordor at a reasonable
cost. Clothes donned, ropalred and
dyed. Firnt-ckuui work (iimruntoed. 1
0. box 280. Union street, Honolulu
II. I. 1268
COMBS, BELT BUCKLES
of the Famous
Co,, Fort Street.
534 FORT ST.,
-Nor corner of Chaplain Lm
Gleanlne and Repairing at Short Notice,
ana in ui pest pottipit manner