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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 22, 1899.
aMIined Zrtty Day, oxtept Sunday, at aio King
etrtet, Honolulu. H. I., by U
1ULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. R. FAKRINOTON
. . .PJltiir
. Cliy Editor
FRIDAY, bEPT. 22, 1899.
Whou tho Couuoil of Stulo
Inki'a it upnu itaalf to upset tbu
iiudiugs of a jury, thoro is some
tbiug r-uliimlly wring with the
conrta or tliu Council of State.
If tlic ihio Ilalinu lmntl of Iho
uuoffiuinl delognto cnu bo found in
th wording of Iho Preflitlent's
message, pirl of bia contract with
the Executive will bo fulfilled.
With this K'lnuen nt tho Purls
Expo3ition,tho Dreyfus court ranr
tinl ollicerfl would bo allowed freo
admission to give tbom bu idea of
tho cbnractc of thn regions to
which tho public wonld bo pleased
to consign tbom.
Another foreign ehip hoB como
to tho front for a trial on the
rough Bens of obtaining registry
under the Hawuiiou ling. Tho
pathway may bo calm onouuh in
Hawaii, but a whirlpool of opposi
tion wht'fi those ships rents b tho
Tho frcquoucy with which Ha
waiian government olliciala con
template ownership in foreign
vessels seeking Hawaiian registry
will douhthfis bo received by the
Slate Dcp'iitiix'iit as fori h r pW.
deuce of tin gwd in'onM m of
tho Hawaiian government to fol
low tho direoti'iu tbat no ship
should be r giaterd after Any. 12,
A featiue of tho New York
Woild'd exclusive dispatch from
tho Philippines has been tho
fataleinent that General Wheeler
is engaged in a continuous tow
with General Otis. Thc60 dts
patohes ure so thoroagbly osolu-
jbivo as (o euctjcBt the conclusion
that Ihey are wiitlen in the World
office, New Yoik. If Who-lorhts
nnylliiu" to tay Jib is not tho man
to keep tho public in ignorance of
PKIIVBRHIO.V OP A PUBLIC I'UN'l).
When tho Hawaiian Executive
forwards its inBtruotionu to Seoro-
tary Hay relative to Uawaii'd laud
latvH, and H Secretary Gago in the
intereata of the Ohiuess claim for
damages, it might be well to in
cludo a short disorlation on "how
wo pay our unollicial delegate."
After the cnuexation of Hawaii
'the Washington authorities found
; that thoy could not draw upon tho
Consular and Diplomatic appropri
ation for funds to maiutain Fed
eral officers whoso dutios in Ha
waii were coutinned under tho
Hawaii's officials, however, take
' it into their beads that thoy need a
special representative in Wash
ington. Whn tbo question of sal
ary and expenses for this delegate
comes up and it is not supposed
that tho salary and expenses will
bo notablo for the small camber
f ciphers following tbo dollar
nark tho Executivo rend
ers the opiiiou that this personal
delegate be paid from the Diplo
natio and Consular appropriation
authorized by tho Hawaiian legis
lature while its membera woro yot
repreBontativeB of .an independent
nation. By what right, other than
night, this decision is reached, the
Executive faiU to oxplain. This
delogate is rio'thor a foreign min-
istor nor a consul; he has no
place in diplomaliu or oonsular
ervioe, past or preneut; ho is
ip)y a li'w ' in tho cause of
the Ilawiiinu Jix-eutivn. An lu
carnea privMe i tn.a'ioiH t is
r o pre-uuj' 1 r is a eoi.lrac
nLrrr I vhi tb-r Ji r ml i ei t'
(the penal clause if he dnoi not
accomplish wliat hu is Bunt for,
tho Executio baa also failed to
explaiu. Tho ntomberB of tho
liXucutivo havo iuBt tho samo
right to pay this delegate from
tho Diplomatic serrioe funds,
that they havo to pay laborors on
the plantation from tho appropri
atiou to assist European immi
gration. If, as Mr. Uolo haB intimated, tho
Prcsidout has so cordially endorsed
this dolegato, why is it tho Execu
tivo haB mado no effort, or if it has
trado tho effort why has it failed,
to havo his oxponees paid from
tho S100.000 appropriation for
tho annexation of Hawaii ?
Tho funds in tho treasury of
Hawaii aio the proporty ofthu poo
plo, not IhoExccutivo. The people
by their representatives havo
givn no authorization for the
payment of jspecial delegates to
Washington sicca annexation; no
ovidonco has boon given that this
dolegato will bo oithor usoful or
ornamental except io denizens of
the gove'nment building, and tho
Executive has takon good caro not
to submit tho question of supply
ing funds for his exponsea oven to
tho members of tho Couuoil of
Tho position of the Exocutivo is
similar to that of tho man who
look funds not belonging to him,
and offered as nn extenuating cir
cumstance that ho gave public no
tico that the funds would bo taken.
Mil. .mm. ins was i:.nti:iitainkd.
Mn Editor: I wish to correct
a wrong impression in regard to
tin kuowleilgo of tho rirnval in
tltiH city n lit'lo while ago of Jos
Malins, tho great temperance
worker, that has boon sproul
abroad by the publication of an
article in the Advertiser of Thurs
day morning. Houolnlu lemper-
aoce peoplo aro accused of not
luiviui; known anything of the nr
rival of Mr. Malins in tho city.
Evidently tho Advertiaor had just
learned of it.
I knew Mr. Malins waa coming
and weut to tho stonmor to meet
him. 1 got a back, took Mr.
Maliti9 up town and to tho Y. M.
0. A. and ontertuincd him until
(he afternoon when tho tompor
anco committee of the Y. M. 0. A.
met him and talked over temper
The meeting lasted two bonis
and a lot of useful information
was gleaned. 1 had intended call
ing a big public mretiug for the
evening but, as tho steamer in
which he camo was leaving at 8
o'clock, nothing along this lino
could bo done.
It is hardly probablo that a man
of Mr. Malins' prominonco would
pass through Honolulu without
tho knowledge of it boing herald
H. E. Coleman,
8ecrotary Y. M. 0. A.
THIS GALH'IAN FUND.
f Editor of the Evening Bul
letin: Sir I have been ocoupiod
for the past fourteon days in a
contention with small minds, that
1 haven't had an opportunity of
rendering an accounting to the
public, or rather to those who so
generously contributed to tbo Ga
lioian Fund. Permit me to ask
your indulgence while I do so
through the columns of The
In one day's canvass I oolleolcd
$97. CO in cash. Of this amount
SH was paid the Coyne-Mehrten
Furniture Company for 8G mat
tresses; 810.25 for hack hire,
chartering a street car, conveying
a sick Galician to the Queen's
hospital, oandlos, soar). oxDress.
Of the $33.25 remaining it is on
deposit in Bishop & Oo.'s bank to
tbo credit or tbo Uallcian Fund.
Mr. T. Ram Walker verv kind-
ly contributed two boxes cf pilot
craokers and a caso of corn beef
and 0. B. Wilson 100 loaves of
bread. lam under manv oblinn-
tions to Wm. H. Wright and those
who bo liborally contributed to the
In conclusion, I desire to stato
that all of tho Galioians aro nt
work ns frep mon and giving good
satisfaction to their employnre,
tlim n fntiug the oluuo that 'hoy
w.uldn't work if work were oiFer-
Your iu humanity's raise,
Honolulu, Sopt, 23, 1891).
THE STERLING CONSIDERED
THE BEST WHEEL MADE.
"As the constant drop of water
Wears away the hardest stone;
As the Constant gnaw of tiger
Masticates the toughest bone;
As the constant cooing (over
Cirries off blushlne maid,"
So the constant cycle rider
Says, the Sterling's best wheel made.
Many and varied are the bicycles which
are now offered to the riding public; some
good; others fairly soj but more which are
scarcely worthy of the name. To the In
experienced wheelman all wheels look
alike to him, as they are enamelled, nickel
ed and decorated to produce a like effect.
The best fittings, as tires, saddles, etc.,
are also sometimes to be. found on the
cheapest wheels; this being possible, ns
the money which should be expended on
good material and the skillful manufacture
of same, Is used Instead, for the outside
appearances; thus bright nickel and good
enamel may cover the cheapest cast Iron
and gas pipe.
In the every day use of a cycle, It Is
subjected to very severe stmlns, and a
machine upon which the owner Is to trust
his safety should be carefully selected, as
an Imperfectly brared tube, or other simi
lar defect, Is liable to cause serious Injury
to the rider. Therefore It Is well, when
purchasing a wheel, to examine fully Into
Its construction, material used, and the
amount of experience Its makers have had
In the building of (cycles. Before you
finally decide to buy a wheel, the P. C.
Mfg. Co. on Fort Street would like to
show vou the 'oo Model Sterling and ex1
nlaln their sunerlor oolnts to vou. Ladv's
and oent's high grade sterling foo.oo on
small weekly or monthly Instalments.
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Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. ' o-
The Bulletin to'J ym a few days ago
of the scarcity of liar J woods such as are
used for moulding, and the large advance
In price ot the same.
Our order were placed at old prices,
and the goods have just arrived.
Willi these we have techid 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.
Pacifie Hardware. Mli,
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 Fence Staples, In
assorted sizes, itf, 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. 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.
Tlic Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Fort streets, opposite Spreckels' Bank. !
Arrlved.by the "Albert," In perfect
and Ice Boxes.
ALL ONE MAKE,
The name is sufficient. We simply
wish to announce the arrival of these
W, W, Dimond & Go,,
-Von Holt Block, King Btrcct,
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Aeents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
ISN'T EVERYTHING to good
storekeeplng ; even a good salesman
falls 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 tlie 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 persuislon on the
part of the salesman to sell It.
After we have sold It once, we
-an sell It with still less effort to
the same customer. It Is the kind
of clothing that brings your custo
mer back again and again the kind
1 with which we can build up a last
ing trade. And that Is what we
are doing In all our lines.
9 nolol Streat : : WaVCrlCy BlOCfc
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 n, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
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 In the Spanish War," John
"The Scape Goat," Hall Calne.
Reminiscences," Justin McCarthy.
"Heart of the World," Haggard.
"Waldtrant," M. Rudlger.
"Joan Haste," Haggard.
"The King's Rivals," E. N. Barrow.
Ex Australia !
U. M. WEBB,
3 1 FORT STREET.
The Swallow"-Haggard's Best Book I
"From Sea to Sea," (2 vols.), Kipling.
Kipling's Complete Works, In 15 vols.,
We have just
choice selection of
5AIL0RS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tli People's Providers.
WATCH THIS SPACE !
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF FASHION
J. J. EG
-Have commenced CLOSING SALE: OF EGAN STOCK.
before opening new oods. The stock includes some fine and staple
goods. You could better appreciate the offers by seeing them. Prices
average half to two-thirds less than former prices. DON'T WAIT
TILL THE CHOICEST GOODS HAVE BEEN TAKEN.
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
Alpha Home Pudding !
N'"?.1 Pu'n,K,yo" eyef te. Not simply a cornstarch preparation, SOMETHING
NEW. FIVE KINDS TO CHOOSE FROM, AT 10 CliNTS EACII-
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 G80. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhouee, H. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, 22 and 02-
1. O. llOX 380.
0. A. GKOTB,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Ciu.uuj imulo to ordor nt a rnasounblt
cofit, GlotliCH donned, repaired and
dyi'il, Virfct-cluHS work Kiinrnutooil. P.
O. mOX 260. Uulou Btreot, Honolulu
H, I, 1208
-BotUol Stroot, - 24 and 013
534 FORT ST.,
-Ntar corner ul ChipUta Luu
JE cud Repairing at Short Notlca,
4 la lb. but powlMa maonaf .
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