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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOIULU, H. I., OCTOBER 11, 1899.
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BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
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SAHIEL LOU AN.. City Editor
"WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1899.
For tho same reason the ollioial
organ now has very litilo to say of
Daniol Webster aud tho Supremo
With Kiuei on the tiau nul a
longtby theatrical season in viow,
Honolulu is becoming itself
Aguinaldo's dosire to talk penco
suggests that he haB been reading
thr anttbollum iotorviews gi"en
oat by American prize Gghtors.
"When tbenext international
yacht race occurs, Marconi's wire
losa tolegrapby will announco the
result to Hawaii as well nb New
Having been forced to "acknow
ledge tho corn" it would now bo
very appropriate for our local Ex
ecutive to givo another Admission
Business is slack in the Execu
tive Council sinco tho President
forced it out of tho laud business.
Tho peoplo would not feel 1-st if
all the officials took a vacation.
In order to fulfill its duty as a
critic of tht- Fiesident Hawaii's
official organ should sond one of
its dictionaries to WuBhiugton
giving tho local official interpre
tation of "muuicipal legislation."
Dan Logun is all riht. His so
oalltd "recommendation" of negro
labor for Hawaii is nothing more
or li'fB than on exptsition of con
tlittouB negro laborers would find
bhould they come to Hawaii. In
this detail Mr. Logan i accurate
nod conservative as usual.
The Hawaiian Executive's "spe
cial ngeut" aud "unofficial delf
gate" with many war records
should bo yiveu ui- opportunity lo
review Dewey and his men, that
ho may become convinced tin t
Hawaii had nothing to fear fum
the SpatiUh Hid in (ho lute uir.
It is believed that a still further
curtailment will follow so that tht
duticd of the Hawaiian coiumiu
siouor, of war records, elo, to
"Washington will not havo enough
left when ho readier) tho State
Department with which to "opou
tho pot." Hawaii lleiald.
Very true, but ho won't forgat
to draw on tho Diplomatic and
Innpjetting tho American lab
or lobby, the power of Senate s
Aldrioh nud Piatt iud in convin
cing tho retidoU nnd his Cabi
net that tho NoulamlB lteeolulicn
doos not mean what it says, the
Hawaiian Executive personal
representative baa a task on his
bands that will rnabe him woiry
more than ho ever did about tho
John Phillips was ono of the
men wbonijtbe people tie to. Pos
B08;od of hard common sense, he
-woighed men for what they were
worth and marked bis way
through the world with independ
ent honoBty that was not question
od.Confidenco placed in him by the
pooplo was never misplaced nor
did political ambition cause Lim
to awervo from what ho considered
liie duty. The world would bo bet
tor if thero were more mau pokes'
sing the same characteristic.
DKlVKY IPOII IMIESIDK.NT.
"Doway for President" is a cry
that oomes almo&t exclusively
from tho gold Democrats and
wbon taken for what it is worth
amounts to very little excopt to
divert public attention from
Bryan. Tho fow Republicans
who join tho cry aro thoso hopo
ful of undermining MoKinloy's
strength in tho next national con
That Admiral Dowoy seriously
contemplates outering tho list of
Presidential candidates or that
any ouo honestly bolieves ho can
bo brought into line has yet to be
proved. Tho papers making tho
loudest acclaim of Dewey's poasi.
bio candidacy are the organs of
tho Eastern Democracy which are
leaving no stone unturned to
break Bryan's control of tho ua
tionnl organization and forestall
the nomination of a silver caudi
date Bryan's platform must
necossurily bo a silvor platform,
try as his leaders may to force tho
trusts and anti-imperialism Into
tho foreground. On a silver
issue, tho Democrats face positive
dofeat, but Bryan is anxious to
try it again and for all intorfor
onco ho may have from Admi-al
Dowey, ho will probably havo the
Dewoy's ago and healthy ore
against his taking up tho very
exaoting duties of tho Chief Ex
ecutive, provided he did have tho
ambition to upset his present
commander-in-chief. Every re
mark he has made sinco he came
prominently beforo tho pnblic in
dicates that his ideal is to quietly
fulfill his duties as a navalofficer,
and is fully satisfied with the
Tho political situation is not
altogether unliko that which Lin
coin faced in his second cam
paign. The war haB been a sua
cessfal one but tho problems
presented in the new possession
makes Lincoln's statoment that it
is not advisable to "swap horses
in the middle of tho stream" us
patent (oi.t o peoplo as it was
That Dewey will prove ndis-
turbiiig factor in national politics,
while possible, is by no meats
probable. Ho never has had tho
roputrtt on of "doing politios" in
the, navy depattmont aud there is
no indication that at this lata day
ho will enter upon a new role.
THi: MM) miOCLAMATiON.
IFrom the llllo Tribune 1
One cau hardly help sympa
thising wilh tho personnel of that
leal faction kown as the Hawni
ian Goveruinont over tho decision
of Attorney General Urigce; nul
4 much peihapB that Ihoy have
beou deprived of tho piivilpge of
nanipnlating lauds to the advan
tace of theuiHihcH nud then
friends, as that they aro shown by
this decision to bo emit.' disorcdit
ed at Washington. That this de
oision is a legal and logical deduc
tion from,4 nnd interpretation of
the Newlands Resolution no one
can doubt. Thero ie, however,
equally little doubt that tho Ainu
rioan Executive did not intend
originally to 'practically enforco
this interpretation; but did intend
to allow conveyauoe of public
I lauds by local laws, pendiuu Con
gressional auiiou. xi a cuango 01
purpose, sudden and decided, line
taken place, tho Hawaiian Execu
tiva hab, we believe but itself to
blamo. Tboro. has been mo
than a suspicion, widespread and
general, that tho Hawaiian JSxecu
tivo 1ms lent itself to tho echemes
of private putics in large mat'ers
and small ones, and that convey
ances, transfers and other laud
manipulations of a shady chamb
er have not been lacking. Tho
Hawaiian Executive is at fault if
it supposes that facts reach Wash
ington only thiough its own
ageuls, or rfcoivo credence only
when coming from them,
Pollen Court Note,
In tho Police Court thU fore
noon the following eases were
disposed of: Ah Kin, nsrifuiU aud
battery on a boy, J55 and oo6ts;
Wong Uee, furious and heedless
driving, nolle pros'd; Wong Hoe,
common nuisance, S5 and costs;
Haiola, violating Bile 21 of the
Garriapo Begulations, S5 and
costs; Haiola, violating Bulo 3 of
tho Carriage Regulations, nolle
pros'd; Ah Tai, driving a dray
faster thau a walk, SI and costs;
Ea'.usihalawa, assault and battery
on Luahine, $G and costs; J.
Cammings, furious and heedless
driving, October 13,
LOVED ON ACCOUNT OH HIS
"Monev." said the nhllosonher. "may
often do more harm than good. Sometimes
the mighty dollar Is a man's worst enemy."
"Yes," answereu senaiorsorgnum,- anu
I often feel a number of people love me for
the enemies I have made."
But he d d not ment on what a staunch
friend his Sterling Bicycle had always
been to him.
Mvrt a: "Let me explain basketball
to you, Mr. Ambrose, the object, you
Mr. Ambrose: "Oh. I understand the
object, Miss Myrtllla. The object Is to
hit some Innocent bystander who has on
twenty dollar eye-classes."
The P. C. & M'f'g Cd. has both basket
balls nnd coals, Imported direct from
Lweiy I'lircnaser: -uy me way, your
manager has just lately been married."
Head Salesman: "Yes: oh ves. Sterling
bicycle people are to blame for that."
Purchaser: "That's Interesting; what
did they have to do with It?"
Head Salesman for P. C. & M't'g Co :
"Well, you see, he took the young lady
out on the Sterling Tandem we have here,
and It ran so easy he thought she was
doing all the worn, and the same thing
was passing through her mind. They
both thought how nice It would be to have
things always that way. They didn't
know those Sterlings were to blame."
Purchaser: "Well, I guess you can set
up that same Sterling wheel for me."
Did you know that the P. C. & M'f'g
Co. will make your old wheel look like
new for Jo? Well, they wills try them.
Tables, Trays, &c
and Coffee Pots,
Cups ? Saucers,
t 4 -fc
Which Is now on sale -at
the low est market rates.
Non-Shrinking Patent Red
wood Tanks, assorted sizes,
from 500' to' 10000 gallons ea.
Best Rubber Hose, assorted
sizes, yi to 2s inch.
Suction Hose and- Steam
Hose, assorted sizes.
Different kinds of Packing,
.Patent Wash-Out Closets,
with latest improvements.
Penn. Lawn Moweis, 10, 12,
14 and 1 ? inch.
Steel Road Scrapers, Tubular
Wheelbarrows, - Pan-American
Wheelbarrows, Champion Ca
nal Wheelbarrows.Extra Heavy
Breaking Plows, Aving's Steel
Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, as
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Fort streets, opposite Sprs'kels' Bank.
' MEN'S FURNISHING Is an
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-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
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New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
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Mrs. Tucker's "Simple Songs for Little
"Strong Hearts," by Geo. W. Cable.
"The Scape Goat," by Hall Calne.J
"The Downfall of the Dervishes," by
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best writers of the day.
J. M. WEBB,
816 FORT STREET.
Special Clearing Out Sale!
OF BALANCE OF M. G. SILV A'S STOCK
SPECIAL SALES IN ALL LINES.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
Whitney S Marsh, Ltd.
IncLportexo of TDx-y (3-ood.s.
SALE OF THE EGAN STOCK.
INDIA LINENS 6A cents, 8M cents, 10 cents.
LADIES' WHITE RIBBED VESTS-each 10 cents.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS-jach 10 cents.
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS-trlmmed with tucks and ruffles, Go cents.
OTHER GOODS AT CORRESPONDING PRICES.
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Salt Mackerel, Saratoga Chips,
Spiced Herrings, Olives,
Grape Nuts and Nut Butter.
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