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TUE EVENING IHLIITJN: HONOLl'LV. II I., SEPTEMBER 13. lB'.ifl
!HJ Hny Uty. ncrl unn)r, at no iClng
meet Hnnniulu, H l.cvlhe
UUI'TIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
r V PAKHINUTON
, City CJ)l
WEDNESDAY, bEPT. ia, lbit'J
TIIK ICXI.'IUTl VK's UU'UKHKNTATIVIC
Tho Ex-cuiivt" olli mild nf tin
HnwHi'nu Government, ofiiomlB
who hold ollice bv nppoitilniont
from l'lfHid-'ut MuKiuiey, Iihvp
appointed Alfrtd S. Hurl well "nu
nnnllicinl t-rrit irml tppgnt'" l
represent tliein bforu tli United
8tnttM Congress at it coiuiuy
We uubmitrttiucly offer conyin
tulfttiouH to theso olfiomla of Hk
waii upon their B-li-ction. V
know of do mnu in the tluwitiia"
IbIhihib who is better nblo to re
present the private views of the
Executive oftieialB now holding
dowu the Government building
than Alfr.d S. Hnrtwell. Few
nn'u, if nay, havo boon in olosr
(ouch with Proaident Dole and hi
Cabinet, noun in better acquainted
with their pora nal opinions t linn
Mr. Ilnrlwell; no man bettor rr
prencuta the ppculiar combination
of innocence and guilt) of which
tho Hawaiian Executive in pasiuB.
Bed tbau Alfred S. Uirtwell.
Iu a nutshell, A. S. Hartwell
ia a fit representative of tbu-of
fioials of tho defunct republic of
It ia not necessary to diecuis
j. the fuct lhat Mr. Hartwell wiU
not in any rtuiiac be the representi ,
tiveof "the people of Hawaii." He
is the unofficial representative of u
toiritory tl.at does Dot exist. He
receives his commissiou from Pro-
. , eidenl D.)lo who is au ollicer up
pointed by Pre-idtnt iloliinlo .
' He i-, mil ject to tho comnmudr
of Proiideut McKmley and, In
virtuo of the dehiie of the Execu
tive to have a per-oiial representa
tive, he hue nceepted the po-ilion
of 1'iehideut .MoKiuley's ayout to
Mr. llnriwell'n Inst prominent
opjiei.rnjce before the pnhlio tn
as tho oiiiiinp'oti of a deel uation
"of iioulrality by ILiwtii, when the
United dtntes waa enKHged in war
with Spain. This will not inter
fere with his po.iiu'ou us the repre
sentative, of tile ollicirdu . f Hawaii.
He was intimate with tho local
oilicini-4 then, ho is intimate with
(ho local olliuials now.
The only objection tho Bulle
tin rafcea to the action of the of
Senile in seuditig Mr. Hartwell to
Washington U tbut the Executive
of Hawaii U nutniug an autlnr
ity to pay out funds for prsoual
reprosont'itioii to which they have
no riiit, au nuthuriiy wliich ful
filled, necessaiily loids to per
version of public fund. The
Diploiniitio and Consular appro
priation authorized by the legis
lature previous to annexation,
canuot by honest interpretation
bo mile available to piy Mr.
Tho ofliciaU of Hawaii are
right in Rflectiug Mr. Hartwell to
represent thorn. If a ohanicter
porlrnyor wanted a csmpisilo
of the ofllciil-j of Hiwuii, Mr.
Hartwell would prfaaut a mo-t
perfect composite type. The of
ticiala aro wrong in principal mid
action in thit lhuy seek to plnce
this uuoiliuial delegate as a repro
eeutitivo of the people of Hawaii,
and aro nyiun him fiotn public
fuuda never intended fiir the pur
posj to which they are applied;
paying him by virtuo of prei-out
ofliciiil mitrlil, not by tho right of
law or popular endoraement.
UNLOCK THE I'I'NUS,
, It ia plcnsin' to notw that (1 o
ollicial o'gnn has wnk-d up to llio
view taken by the Bulletin re,
ativo to the necessity of usiig
public fund with a more liheial
hand. Not or waa tho necessity
of tho gnvejiimeut's making mo
of its Burplua funds more appar
ent. N"Hrly every yov imneulal
buieiiu nu I lie hot N foicod to re
tie cli ils woik bv the bhortnno
of nppiiii intintiH stipend by tho
1 st bgialiitiire. The new devel
opment following aumxa'im has
brnnght increasfd ueeecHily upon
ever departtnent of tho govern
ment. This new development hna
al-o brought increased incomo to
ihe troHsiiry. The work i prac
tically at a Blandctill and the
money ia idle iu tho treasury.
Coupled with this siluntiou is the
hlioitHgo of ooin in the business
community. It is the manifest
dn-y of tho puvcruiut-iit to pi ice
this inouiy at the dit-p enl of tho
departments, speedily forward
public woi If, thus relieving the
money market and sreuring the
liUiilio improvements mid proper
aduiiuinttation in tho vxrinus de
partments that tho situation do
111 H 11(1 H.
GEN. OTIS MAY STEP OUT
Washington, SepL G. General
Milrs today mailH the positive
d'ateinent that be expects there
will be a change iu military com
manders in the Philippiurs. He
mikI to Tho Bulletin co rospou
but that ho believed either he
himself would go to tho Philip
pines and tiike command or Gen
ernl Mnrritt would be sent. Gen
era! Miles Bays he believes the
present situation in the Philip
lines is slightly absurd, and that,
lm-tead of having a junior officor
in o 'in maud of tho largo nrmy
there, nue of tho senior officers
oiitht to lw sent without delay. He
added tlmt the matter is now
uuder couniderutiou by tho Presi
TOIIPOIIATIC IIAYU OIIAKOCO,
The Minister of Interior hnb
pennitted change nf tlm corpor
ate name of J. J. Ea, Ltd, to
Vhitney & M'irsI), Ltd. The
hangrt U in c iijhpqtiriot of with
drawal of Mr, J. J. Egan who no
onger IciH auy cuiimctiou with
G. Al. Whitroy, who has (lie
inHiixg ment of tho new liiisineR
in a brother of Dr. Whilmy. lie
ih an experiohced, suice-BfuI dry
gootrt man, uho his been iu hu-i-
lien tor hitiieelf nmiiy )ers. He
has been in Eistern ui'itkets foi
-overil montlm and Hclected uti
entirely uew B'ock of goods, which
li us u en received, hut will not be
op-ued up until alterations and
changes in storo room and fix
tures now being made have beou
Intuey & Mar-di, Ltd., have
mnple tinaiioiil hackitiL' and will
oiHiiizf and conduct a thorough
ly progro-sivedry goods busiueBS.
Thri'i. New Tr"iiiiior(,
Sun Fruncipco, Sept d The
Quirtenna-tet's Defmrttnjut wan
authorized by Secretaiy Root yes
terday to olmrter three more Iran'i-
pnrtp, tho (Jlympiii, Victoria and
City of llio do Jauniro.
lb next troopship to sail will
be tho Columbia, which will he
eady to lenvo on Friday. Iho
hospital ship lleliof will sail on
tho 15th for Manila, where sho
will be a Btationaty hospital in Ihe
bav. Tho Shermnn, Tacoma and
George W. Elder will also get
away on the 15th or shortly after
ward. The Sherman will take 171)0.
tho T.icnma (ifiO aud tho Elder 500
men. The Grant should sail by
the 13th. The Hancock will not
be ready uutil the ond of tho
Liilil ri lieat.
Tho funeral of littlo Muriel
Ilii'h'itda who came to her death
by (downing, to k pi ice from the
Atheitou home, Knitr Rtreet, yo
lerday nfli moon, the Eev. V. M.
KincHi'd ollioiating. Tho hnut-o
was tilled with Bympsthizing
fiiends. A ehotr composed of Mr.
aud W. W. Hall, Mrs. 0. B.
Dtmon ami 1 . B. Damon fifing
t-evernl hymns. The pill bearers
were F. 0. Atheifou and C. II.
Atliertnn. Iutrraicut took place
in Kawaiiiliao cemetery.
Oriilii'um Co, Ltd,
One of the best investments put
on the Honolulu iniuket is the
nrnpodltoii of the Orpheum Co.
Ltd. Tho pioopeo'us jb published in
this ineue. Theio is no promoters
stack aud the stendy source if in
come is altendy well establiahed,
The real estato eecurpd ,by this
company is of tho best in the city.
UICYCLES vs. cars.
Don't p.i ten cent car fares, It Is mudi
dieaper to ride a Sterling blcvcle. The
avenge person rides four times dallv, at io
cents a ride, this amounts In a week to
52.40 or 12.00 per month. The Pacific
Cvcle & M'f'g. Co., on Fort street, will
s:ll von the hlehest crnde Sterling blcvcle
ever ni.iiuifjctureJ 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 abuiu-like-a-watcli Sterling
bicycle. Thev will stand more rough
usnge, while loildng graceful and riding
easy, of any wheel made. Their construe
tl":i Is rerfect. .md they are light, strong
and speedy, and built like a watch.
Down under ths highly polished enamel
and glittering nickel Is the real bicycle;
the thing you're paying your good money
for. and on ths strength of which, may
de -end your life. Are you going to buy
a bicycle of known reputation? of a kind
of a kind that his never been known to
"fall diiwn" unJer any ordinary accident
or will you tike your life In your hands
and rids recklessly to no one knows what,
on a wheel lhat is without a repuNtlon,
just because Us first cost Is a few dollars
-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 yaur choice.
A well selected stock with a good as
sortment of gooJs are both the buyer's
and seller's delight.
We have juit received a large assort
Nos. 4, 5 and 6.
Galvanized Ferce Staples, In Kegs,
assorted sizes, ii, i) and 2 Inch.
Paints in Oil
PIONEER AND HUBBUCK'S WHITE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
RAW LINSEED OIL,
WHITE ZINC IN OIL AND JAPAN,
, ASSOR TED COLORS.
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
Spurn Oil In tins and barrels.
Neats Foot Oil. Carbollnium.
Coal Tar. Axle Grease. Best Refined
Cotton Waste. Varnish 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 ; even a good salesman
falls wbiMi h tries to sell, cautious
ly, clothing that Isn't made as It
should be. In the long run only
the bes( 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 rr quires less energy
and breath and persuasion on the
part of the salesman to sell It.
After we have sold It once, we
ran sell it with still less effort to
the same customer. It Is the kind
of clothing that bring your custo
mer back agiln and agiln the kind
with which we cm build up a last
Ing trade. And tint Is what we
are doing In a)l our lines.
9 Hotel Street : : Wa?erlDy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. o 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Dclmel's Linen Mesh
Undeiwear. Send for Catalogue.
Haye 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.
Take the Elevatir.
W. W, Dimond & Co,,
-Von Holt Bliwk, King street.
Importers nf Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Aeents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood ; Gurney Clean.ible Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame OH Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus OH 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 " Rnbt. 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 In the Spanish War," John
"The Scape Goat," Hall Calne.
"The Swallnw"-Haggard,s Best Book 1
"From Sea tu Sea." (2 vols.), Kipling.
Kipling s Complete Works, in is vols.,
"Reminiscences,'! Justin McCarthy.
"Heart of the World," Haggard.
"Walutrant." 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
5AIL0RS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie iFeojDle's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBOXS AWD LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALAU, Manager.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
J. J. EGAN CO.,
Will shortly open open up a com
plete and carefully selected new
stock of DRY GOODS. rf
THE EGAN STOCK IS BEING CLOSED
OUT TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS.
SOJVEETKCI2STO jNTE W !
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
Alpha Home Pudding !
wefw Pu-J.l'J?.y.iYSfite:i,0,.mplv a cornstarch preparation. SOMETHING
NEW. 1;1VE KINDS TO CIIOOSG FROM, AT 10 CBNTS EACH-
Cocoanut Fatlna, Coco.mut Chocolate, Cocoanut Rice, Cocoanut Tapioca, Cocoinut
Lemon Cream. Any one puddhg enough for six persons. Buy one to try money
back If dissatisfied. Saves time, labor and money. At f
Telephone G80. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
J. T. Waterhouse, If. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and Kin Streets, A
Waverley Bl ck, Bethel m.
Fort Street, 22 unci 02 TKr.vriiosi.s
1. O. Ilo- 3K-1
0. A. GUOTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR.
CtotliOH madn to order at a loiifonalile
cost. Clothes cIi'iiiikI, ioihIii'iI mid
dyod. I'"lrbt-claM wuk (iiiuiuiiicod. F,
0. box 2SU. Union Btieet, Honolulu
U. I. 12(18
& CO., Ltd.
llotliol Street, - 24 and 013
534 FORT ST.,
-Neir corner of Chipliln Lua)
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Nolle,
and In the best potslctt manner
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