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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 23, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, at jio Kins
street, Honolulu, It. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
DANIEL LOCiAN ....
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands ...$ .75
Per year " " 800
Peryear.postpald.to America, Canada or.MexIco 10 00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries 1 00
CJ Wl'ayable Invariably In advance.
BuimessOfhce tf."itl. Editorial Rooms, 1UU.
Polofrke Box. 404,
FKIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1898
Tin: auvi:utisi:ii insult.
Tho .Bulletin novor has enid
ami noer ling intimated Unit tbo
Ilopublic-ui parly made a rniatnke
in giviug tbo negroes of Ihe
United States a vote. Tho Bul-
liKTiN believes that ovory single
individtml man who gives true
allegianco to tho United States
ehould bo given a voting voico in
tho affairs of tho country. The
BulluTin does maintain that it is
an insult to tho Hawaiian raco to
comparo it with tho African raco
of tho Unitod- States, which, taken
as a wholo, represents ono of the
lowest,' ordors of citizenship found
in ourj country. Tho negroes aro
good fighters; they showed that in
tho Civil war as well as at Santi
ago. jUudor tho influunco of freo
Behoofs tho uecroos aro advancing
otoadily. Able man liavo risen
from among the negroes and thoir
ability his been duely recoguized.
Tho fact still remaius that, as a
raco, the HnwniiuuB represent b
higher degreo of civilization thau
Las $ver beon reached by tho
Traorican necroes or is likely to
bo reached in tho next fifty years.
Comparo tho record of crime,
comparo tho intelligence of the
Cwo races. Is tbo npgro rnco of
Oio South ono which can honestly
bo held ur for old men or young
to omulatu? I tho negro raco
generally represented in the purest
homes and the general social lifo
of the United States? In seeking
to uplift humanity should men be
directed to tho lowor or tho
Furthermore, tho Advertiser
isn't so green that it does not
know that compnrHous between
tho negro and tho Hawaiiau tends
Co drag the latter down iu tho esti
mation of Amoricau citizens wLo
do not know tbo Hawaiian. The
people generally do not spend the
lime to go into all tho whys and
wboroforos of tho vagaries ex
pounded by the morning organ.
To deal with tho subject properly
Oio Advertisor should publish a
book, or olso givo each reader a
toy so that tbo peoplo generally
will know what it really wants to
peoplo, has consulted its constitu
ents iu tho various districts. The
members havo not held thotneolves
aloof. They have kept in touch
with popular sentiment and tho
memorial is the result. They
havo been forced away from tho
cabinet, through whom thoy would
havo been glad to speak, and sim
ply gono ahead and spoken for
their constituents as they havo an
unquestionable right to do. As
representatives of a party thoy
wore held responsible, and thoy
havo not attempted to shirk tho
responsibility. Somo mombors of
tho party do not agreo with tho
memorial. That's all right; pro
eont a minority raomorial.
AMinilCAN IMUTV MKMOUIA
It is fair to supposo that F. J.
Lowrey's public letter is sort of a
minority report of tho Central
Committoa of tho American Union
party. While wo havo not tbo
honor of being tho mouth piece of
tho American Uuiou party, wo
must confess to tho belief that
Mr. Lowrey has not made good
his practical claim that tho action
erf tho comraittt-o was "irregular."
In- tho flrt place, tho Centra!
Committeo whs elected, not ap
pointed, and tho number of years
that havo elappd sinco that elec
tion is just ouo. True tho Central
Committee was not elected for
Iifp, but unless a new order of
politics ontirely unAmericnu is to
be instituted iu Hawaii, this com
tnitteo is looked upon as haviug
charge of tho affairs of tliH party
until the successors of its ptesout
membership aro appointed. If the
commit'eo has not right to act for
tho party, why d'd uot a 1 the
members opposed to the memoiiid
etay away fn-m th meeliny ? As
wo umlorttniul it, this Committee
elctd one year ago, iccoynizi g
that its tespousibility was to tbo
Now look ovor tho memorial.
Liberal territorial laws and a lib
oral francbiso aro asked. The
Hawaiians who accept tho situa
tion as it is, and tho Portugueso
request tho sarao thing. Tho hopo
is expressed that tho American
law may bo extended to Hawaii
i rtl. ?
as soon as possiuio. xuis is in
keeping with tho annexation
spirit. It is what Americans havo
reason to expect from a country
seeking absorption in tho Amor
icau Union. Tho only organiza
tion that has spuken against this
nolicv is tho Cbambor of Com
merce and it is found that this
body is not unanimous on tbo
subject. The question of tho
governorship is practically
tho only diversion made from the
beaten track of momorials. This
is something tbo Commission is
not likoly to deal with directly,
but after witnossing tho political
clmos here wo doubt whother tho
American mombers can draw tho
honest conclusion that a local
man for the first governorship
will servo tho best interest of Ha
waii or tbo United States.
Thus wo beliovo that tho
memorial of tho Central Commit
tee of the Amoricau Union party
is a fair expression of tho Ameri
can sontimout in Hawaii. It sug
gests no politicil impossibilities
aud shows an inclination to so
eppt auuoxation in the truo Ame
rican sense. If this does not rep
res nt truo American spirit, if it
is not a worthy exponent of Amo
ricin Union principles taken iu
the popular as well us tho party
seiiro, what doeB it represent?
The membership of this commit
toe that presents tho memorial in
cludes men interostod in sugar, in
mercantile business and members
of tho Chamber of Commerce.
They havo stool by American
principles and will outiuuo to
stand by thorn although it may
moan political dofeat at the first
popular electipa hold in tbo terri
tory. Thoy have, wo believo, been
honost and straightforward in
in thoir dealings with the Cabinet.
Thoy havo shown themselves in
cloeo touch with tho sontiment of
tho pooplo, both in Hawaii and
Have large lines of
seasonable goods. A few
(each compartment removable
for cleaning), for these who
want the best.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
(High and low wheel).
Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
implements. Shelf Hardware,
and many articles you have
been looking for.
Special Mooting of tlio Stockholder
of tlio Union Feed Company, I.'td., will
1h) held at the Coinpnlly'MOfllco on Wed
nesday, theaSthlnst.ntlOo'clock a. in.,
to ctinslijertlie acceptance, of tho amend
ments of the Charier of tho Company
grui.ted by tho Mlnlstorof tho Intorlor
on tho 1st day of Soptomlwr, 1893.
Secretary of tho Union Feod Co., L'ttl.
Ladies seeing our Dress Goods Depart
ment this season will find a very large pro
portion of our increased space taken up by
recent direct importations of Cotton and
Woollen Dress Fabrics. Popular Goods at
Popular Prices lias been our aim.
Deeply and widely ns tbo ladies
of Honolulu havo had thoir kind
ness recorded in manly breasts
covored with blue blousos, whilo
tbo troops roHed for briof spaces
bore on thoir way to tho war, their
work as members of tho Red
Cross Society is likoly to win
oven greater meeds of gratitude
for thorn. It is excoodingly grati
fying to know thoir benevolent
oflicfB of teudorness to tho sick
soldiers in camp is very highly
appreciated by tho surgeons at
tached to tho Military Post of Ha
waii. This fHot is stated to cheer
the ladies in their divino enter
prise. It destroys at a broath ho
iillo csrpings of ignorant critics,
who are nothiug but miserable
misanthropes whether thoy kuow
it or not.
GEAR, LAIB & CO.,
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock and Ilondt bought and sold undor
tho rules and In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
We have nothing but rapid
sellers. We only want you to look !
Our prices will do the rest.
Visitors can see at a glance
that shopping with us is a
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The People's Providers
Why Don't You Advertise ?
Advertises itself. It is low-grade harness that needs to be
boosted up by blowing. We keep the BEST STOCK and em
ploy the most workmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently do the largest business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience in the business, I am fully
competent to manage all departments.
Practical Harness Maker.
Thfi filrl flnrnfir Fnrf anrl Kind efrppte
1- -Tlr---M-JjpJ-JWLJ.J.-M J
At Thfi Ilttwnllun.
Mr. Olough, tho now manager
of tbo Hawaiinn hotol, will he hero
in the Coptio today and will take
Tho new chef, formerly of tho
Pnlnro hotel, will also bo here iu
Uolnir fur Omul.
Among tha pusseuucrs to leave
for San Francisco today are Mr.
and Mr-. 0cnr Ilorold, who mo
lo'tviim Hawaii to liv- permnnotit
ly in thnt ei'y. Mr. Humid thinks
he can do better iu San Fiuuoiujo
limn in Honolulu.
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything olso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
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THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tho high quality of tlio goods and tho
low prtcoH will ploaso you.
lly tlio way, do you havo troublo with
Do you break many?
Try our now OIL KINISHKD FLINT
CUIMNHYS. Thoy will cost you no
moro than tho common article
Wo have Just oponoil a now lot of
TAW.K CUTLERY and SILVEIi
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Wo havo inailo n now schodulo of
prk'OH iu HiIh lino as well as In many
others. SILVIOK I'LATKD TEA
SPOONS, good quality, wo aro now
soiling for $2.85 pur dozon. Formor
All othor artlclos Iu proportion.
You can get the moil and the best for
the leant at
The People's Store,
W, W. Dimond & Co,,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Doosn't mean you 'ro always trying
To solect tho choapest kind of trash;
Hut in getting for your dollar
A SUIT to mako youdancoand "holler"
'Cause you've got u bargain for your
Then list to what wo toll you
And bowaro of thoni who'd soil you
Somo cheap SUIT thoy'd claim Is Just
as good; "
For they sold ono to your nolghbor
Which was mado by vagrant labor,
And aro looking for anothor victim If
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both. Plus, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
In the Circuit Court First
Circuit of the Hawaiian
In the Matter of the BankroDtcv of
17. l. n m....i
irK?" La,n.iV!.B,n.d nllKtho petition of
KA'Ih S. TKKULOAN, of Honolulu,
a loglngthat moro than six months mVo
olapsod blnco sho was adjudlcatod a
bankrupt, and praying for a dlbchargo
from all hor dobto. b
It Is ordered that MONDAY, Soptom
bor 20, 1898, In Alllolanl Ha'io, Aono
lulu, at 10 a. 111. of that day, bofore Mr.
Justice Porry.bo and tlio sanio Ishoroby
apiMjintod for tbo hearing of said peti
tion at which thno and placo all crcdl
tors, who havo proved thoir claims
against Mid bankrupt may' appear and
ulirtiir ..1...... I a? .. i .
... uiibu, 11 any uioy liavo, why tlio
prayer of said bankrupt should not bo
Ily tho Court:
J. A. THOMSON,
,r .... loputy Cloik.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 18llt. i()l 2
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