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Evening Bulletin,
fatllfuJ Eroy Illy, N SurvJiy, i 119 Kln
ttftft, Honolulu II I . by tla
BULLETIN PUIILISIIING COMPANY
W.K. FAHKINOTON FlU.i
ANIEL LW1AN City fciMi.1
TUESDAY, JUNK (i, lrtJN).
l'uslo llii' in y- ur lit: WLiv
rrrsidont McKinloy ciiyn rcltitixe
lo iliiwininn hlTniiH "I'ni'H."
If rue wnri iu llnwitii do not,
incroiso, it will not I)' tlm fault of
tlio critics of tliu jurors in tbc
JnpnilCBO rint pub-
lantern in tliu Philippine!" nrc
Uioughttul of tlio Auit'iii'iiu poo
)U nll-r nil. Tii (i hIiuIiI ior8utoii
of lioa'ilitiPB givtn no op)iitutiily
to turn nttiMition to tin Fitz-im
moirt JelTnou ? t '11
Wliilo tlio Uuit"'l yuitos ro
orninent is (bIhMuIiuik ritihwy
unit orvic in th' J'lillijjpinPH it
in glit lie ro yi) I iw to teuioiiilit'i
th. 'it llnwnii will highly upprciittc
rn i 1 a n. in ul (O'liti'-if
Tin Uuitnl btu'o-i 1'ieasiiry (It
pi-tinnit Iming h lil tlirtt Jnp
nnw gnilois uuu no niliort in Am
erican porta, mi influx of deserting
Jupani'Hi' Biiilns in uot uu iinprob
nblu feature of fn uroiiuiniyriilinu
WLiln ttiu .ct pi i nro ousting
about for hriuuUiii.u ubiful to (jive
Admirnl Drwcy, ilioy elioiild not
forft a jjold n nuiitcd, dihuioud
Btudded lyppttrilir. Such n pre
tent might induce Dowey to (.ivf
hia story of thi brittle of Miiuilii
bav.
Tlio murriif.e of Lieut. 0. Melt,
Wiuslow, who ilUtinfjuiht-fJ him
Bulf at (JietltlleguB hint buuuuur, to
one of thu HnViMiieyir daughter
suggests tint Americans hnvo at
Just discovered hucco-bful wnys
and mums for competing with the
titlo uWlier of Hiirii(i
Tlieore ticully a itntiab or Rus
elan Bplicre of intluonce in Cliitm
meniiB open poiti to the world (it
lare. Prnclieilly it meauH hii in
flux of European soldiery whose
iutluetico for the iucrHHhiug
etreueth of tbo Cliinet-e Einpin
and th ' peace of Europo baa yet
lo be deni "utrnri'il
Never wtw a pnblio movement
1'iit co-t the busiuoeB community
a u did uot respond to tin appeal
ir funds with "what do I get out
of it V " If the people of this ter
ritoiy do n t tee. a dollar of ilirtct
return fio;u the Oinabu EspoBi
tiun, the m mey put iuto the Ha '
vuiinu exhibit will be mouey well
iu vented fioin the solo staudpoiut
of detuom trntiug tlint citizens of
Httwuii rr- iio-to dtt'p.
inn. uulh'i luivonrrv iikpoht.
Wlien Mr. Dole's minority le
port in u member of th ITawaiinn
Commiminn was made public, the
lirjMiUriN mttiulHiurd that the
views expressed by Mr. Dole were
neither sound in their Arneric
auismii or practical iu the rerults
obtained by fidlowinu tbo (.nfjes-tiOi-h;
that this lepuitatinu td
to little more than an attempt to
e-'ve the otli(!-rB of the preBenl
Evrcuiive Council niidsiddliugad
dit ouid ixpensu upon the people
IV. lllOU' Vnluo IPCelVed hi itl oh
tamed iu public adiuiuii-t"nti in
Mr. Dole in bis lepoit bind that
advisors to th governor would net
rn a cluck upon him, leHi n hi
jieifional p-wor, and provisions of
tliu Iliiwiiiiau eoiihtiluii.Hi wert
cited kb exniniilfH deinoiistraliup
the vnluo of olliuial counsellors.
AVo uiunt admit that wo hardly
anticipated that Mr. D"le
would bo s jo n hiuisolf fur-
nigh au eximplo of tic
Bui ll practical v ilue of hit own
viows us expressed iu his minoiiij
r-poit. 'i hi dibcnsiion of tin
II !o-IIon ulu imhvny friuehin
luoiiKbt U Mi" fnet that tin
members of, Mr.DolnV cabinet wore
threeloonoin lavr fuiairi'it' 'be
franchise. Mr. Dole acting under
4raMJn .
TUI3
thn provision of the Hawaiian
Coiistiluluiu which Biijs, "The
fresiileiit hIiiiII not be bound to
follow the ndvico of tbo Cabiuel,
xpept in Hifh i.iB'iinue wbnre by
this (ioiHlilulion, the approval of
Hie O'diiuut is required in a pre
r(u(sitt) for his action" tufused
the fraurhiio.
The degree of wisdom display
ed by Mr. Dolo relative to this
particular frauchUo is not now
under diccu-sioii What the pub-
'ic is principally interested iu is
on wlial HfMiBiDie or conomteui
batia Mr. Dole Ranges tho value
of tlio Uabiuet ndviorH. Mr. Dole
has not overstepped his pow rs
under the constitution; he had a
light to refuse the frauobise. He
tins however placid himself in the
peculiar potdiion of maintaining
that the appointment of ollicers to
vaiioin departments is of moio
iini ottnncn and rciiniri'H moio
checks upon txecutivi- pnver than
ilois the grafting of lraucbitcs to
curpoiatioiiB. Mr Dolo's luinnri
iy icpoit Iiiib never been taken
seriously iu Wasliiug'oii either by
Congressmen or American niem
n'TB of the CommiHsion. Now
Mr. Dolo biuiM'lf has knocked
whalover value tliero might bo in
his report into a cached hat.
I'lli: AMICUIO.W CONSTITUTION AMI
ll.OVtll.
Tho locent decisions of the
Supromo Court to the effect that
bo annexiition resolution did uot
nbropato tbo registry laws and
that it did not exteud to these Isl
ands the Constitution of the Unit
od States deserve more attontion
than has beeu given to. them. To
the layman as well as the lawyers
they seem to be very peuultar ruU
iugs.
In tho caeo of Edwards, who
was convicted of a criminal of
feuse where only niuo out of the
twelve jurors rendered a verdict
of cuiltj , tho Supremo Com t up
held tho verdict, holding that thp
Constitution of tbc United States
is not iu force iu thehel-dnuds
It skeins that the Supreme
Court of the Unite I Staffs held in
a lecent case fr ni Utah ihat the
provision of tho United Stales Con
stitution guaranteeing a right of
tiinl by jury lUL'init a common lw
jury aud that it required a uuaui
mous verdict in order to sustain a
conviction. This case was citod in
the Edward's case to uphold tho
couteutiou of the appollaut that
our laws providing for a verdict iu
criminal oases as well as civil cubo-
where mpe of tho twelve jurora
aureo weie in contliot with tho
o institution of tbo Uuited States
aod therefore of no further force
or effect Our Supremo Court evi-
deutly did not care to tlatly over
rule the Supreme Court of the
United States and have Bought to
get around it by tho absurd ruling
i lit th" Constitution of ill United
Statoa is not in foroa
In the registry casu3 they bold
that foreign vessels are entitled to
ba registered as Hawaiian vessels
aud that this does uot make them
Auieriuan vessels. And therefore
w. wid have the htiauge bpcctac!e
of thoio newly reuistered vosbpIb
tiling th" Hawaiian lbi.'. Hut tin'
Hawaiian flag has c.'as-d to Hunt
over our government liuildmuR.
and in its pi too wo se only th
SttiB ami Stripes. as it a mere
i lie ceremony, when "Old Glory '
wis raisrd here aud tho Hawaiian
llag was lowered for the last time ?
We think not.
Aud yet we uro now told by tho
laiund judges of our Supreme
Couit that the Couctilutiou of the
Uuited States is not in foro hero
m they think that Compress "did
uot intend by the joint rt-bolutioii
of annexation to ext-ud" it to
tho-e inlaudn, aud this iu thn face
of the provision of the n solution
iv.lf that "The municipal legUla
tiu of Ilia Hawaiian Inlands, not
enacted for tin fulfillment of tlio
tieatii'H bo extirmuiabod aud not
iiicoiiBistent uiili this joint ioh'Oii
tion ior contrary to the Constitution
:.... .. . j,iiL vij'ii jAula!..- Al.. jdMjt,-,. ...tofjj. r ..IrU-..' 'I i'',.'t :;... -Jz
EVEN1N0
MiMFTJWt
wiiiiim arii i mrtr
of ilif United Stdten" shall romaiu
iu force.
And theso are tho saint; judge
who have each taken uu oath to
support the Constitution of the
United States, who hold their ollice
by virtue of thir appointment
through Wm.MoKinley, President
of tho Uoited Stalest It tho Con-
stitutioti is not iu force here, why
was it that wo saw the Chief Jus
tice admiuistor the oath to support
tho Constitution lo the members of
tbo Qovorninont here ? Why is it
that no juror can. sit until ho has
taken such an oath, and why i'b it
that every otllco pvpu down to the
police have subscribed to tbu same
oath.
II was not long ago that thin
mhiiio Supremo Court held that the
Chinese immigration laws of the
United States wero in fall force
here, and uo more Chiueeo are nl
lowed to laud unloss they come
within the terms of that law. Can
it bo posilip that wp have a law
of th United Statos in forco hero
and that wo cannot have the pro
lection of the o institution under
which it was passed aud by virtue
of which it ws given life ?
Th-p decisions are absurd and
tho Supremo Court in declaring
as it tins, that the Constitution of
the United States is not iu forco
here, shows a waut of common
eotiho and courage which will be
tbeir undoing
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
HONOLULU EXCHANGE
SALIS.
ijK'lhtl ,;, j WaUIui n li6.;o. do 11650.5
do 116.51., Jo 116 50. 10 It S aaj. 125 McUrJ s,
10 Jo 5, mo Ookjla 2.4. 30 Jo nil, tno Jo 4?.
at OjIiu jij, j Mjunalrl to, 50 McllryJe i
mi).
Morning Sfslon llaw'n AjjtI oo. Klliel itU.
M,umlf I q'4. McllryJo 5. Oahvl )io. Oolialj ni,
Olta 1. Perrftcpn inn. Pioneer lot. VVdlAlui ll. Jo
r.ilJ 180. WllJer S S 101H Uahu K & L ijtH. J"V
S perc ronjs too.
Allernoun Session Am Su 150, llawn Ae too, Uo
noun 111, Klhelat 17H. .Mjutijltl at 9'J, McllryJe
at iM. Uahu ia6. Ookal.i jiM. OHaaia i-i. Wala
ua as iij, JorialJ 180, Koia-Kaulel 16, O K A L
140,
ASKID.
Morning Session Km So 155, Cwa 395, llonomu
100, llonokia a8. Klhel iili. Klpalmlu 145. Konav,
M.-ii.uiJ o, McltrJe 5!, Oi'u )i. Oi'uia 1).
Otaa 1 i-xo, Paauhau 43. IVretkeonB, Pioneer ito,
Wal lua 116K. Jo palJ 185. Walmei in'(. Inier-lit-anJ
S S i6o, Haw'n bhctrlc loo, Kona-KanT&T 10
Afternoon Saw Su 314. llonomu 100, Klttel lit,,
Kna i). Alaunalei iu, .McllryJe 5)1. Oaliu )!"
O ikala 35, Paauhau 41, Valalui & 116, Jo paM 185,
Walmei ulM. Inltr-lj 160, llawn Elec 300.
hawaiianTxchange.
SAirs.
50 AURryie (ti. too Jo 6, 15 Jo ', 10 Jo 5V1. 100
Kamal.i 3 o5, 111 Kilnl t.4. $ Jo ill n Jo .,!i, 15 Jo
tiyi. Hum a, lowaiaiui uu u(MCir)je yi.
Hill,
Klliel 17M. Klpahuliii5. Alaunalei oH McllryJe
5',,', txl.lku aW, WliJci S S 1 go, Hart h Co 10.
ASKtt)
Kamalo 3 05. Klhel 18, K'pahulu 145, Kona i,
Miunilel io)i MclliJe iH. Jo PalJ aiVi, Nahlku
.6o, Ookalj ajji, OUi ..iu, vVauiua 130. JopalJ
100, waimanalo 190, waimea 1 15
Tint Arrlvl if lliv Allitrnllu
will brinu pleasure lo many peo
ple either by tin nioetiiij u.'uiu ol
friends, or, at least, by receiving
news from points far distant from
this mid-Pacitic capital. The
bravery and prouross of Uncle
Lara's boys iu blue, amid the
jungles aud wilds of distant Ma
nila will bo tiows eagerly looked
for. Among tho now thiuus to ar
rive, is one shipment of 10 J Ster
liug bicycles to the Pacific Cycle
& Manufacturing Co. This lot is
direct from tho factory, 1899 Mo
del and intending purchaeora of a
high grade bicycle, a prize win
uor, at lowest market price will
have opportuuity to inept ct the
bteriingn, on umval. Option
may now be obtained by leavine
name aud addrops. It is well to
remember that but 100 of these
wheels will arrive iu this ship
ment, that the terms are rasy
(jflOOi) pur mouth) and first come
first snivfd.
M. M. KnLn has returned from
his tiip to Kona where he has jutt
installed a large Acetylene gas
plant.
The band will vpry probably
play on the uruunds ol the hn.
ccutive building tomorrow after
noon at the usual time.
All Sorts
And
Conditions of
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE1
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE!
Closing out odd lots at special
prices rt'tiardless of the advance in
Fort Street.
ruhbt-r.
Pacific Ikrilwo Co,, Ltd,
H0N0I.ri.T1, II.
., junk n.
r j "mtjLttLmfttnr nrm.in
Cut fiend
ed
Jtlly Dishes
),SK&SS8
15 Cents Each.
Sco Them in Our Corner Window.
You boiiRlit freely of our fine Blown
Tumblers ut 50 cenn a dozen, and founJ
tlieni excellent value.
The set of CroJfery, $6 pieces for I7.00,
pleased you.
The fine Plated Teaspoons at $2.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Heading Lamp
at $2.00 Is giving rerfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stovfc Is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook good na
tured. .
Your "Gumey" Clr.1n.1ble Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill Is
moderate.
Our shipment of Wlckless Blue Flame
Oil Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sold In three days. There arc more on
the way much to the delight of the light
housekeeper.
We Invite you to Inspect the goods In
our various departments. You will be
attended b competent and courteous sale
f;
leonle. and vour coods will be de vered
ree of charge.
W, W. Dimond & Co,
Lr.MiTi-:i).
Von Holt Block, King street,
ear Agents, Gumey Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal aad Wood), New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
Rough
Riders !
A complete line of Bays' Rough Rld-rs
oufit. Hat, Coat, Pants and Legglns all
siziS.
Just received a large and pretty as'ort
ment of Boys' bauntleioy Bloists.
White and Colored.
Aline new line of Mother's Friend Shirt
Waists, which we are selling at co
cents.
A large variety of washable Linen Suits
for Boys and Children, from $1 75 to
52. $0.
White Pique and Duck Suits for Boys,
all sizes, from 52 up.
Our regular fine line of Gents Cloth
ing, Furnishings, Hals and Caps.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
"The Kasli,"
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlCy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephnn: No. fr,6. No. r-n. Hotel St.
Others Out,
We Out,
1-3 Off on
Popular
Sheet
Music ...
Hawaiian
News Co.,
Limited.
New Booh
.AT THE.
GoldenRuleBazaar
We aim to keep up with the
BOOK TRADri, and the latest
publications will be fnund on our
counters. Any book not found in
stock will be proem ed on bhnrt
notice. Large stock by the popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE
A SPECIALTY.
316 FORT STREET.
ibm.
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim Sop Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind Do not fail to
seo them.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Fort Street.
riEaciE
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF
Now closed on account of
stock taking. Will re-open on or yi
about June 10th, when a Great
Clearance Sale will take place,
in order to make room for an
immense New Stock.
THEO.H.DAVIES&COLtd.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents Sop Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
Tills BeliliiK Is acknowledge J by sever.il of tlie most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best. rrot durable, and le.ist expensive.
Also Agents for Kelcliefer Bros.' GRAY AGA'I E WARE, of which a full line
Is carried.
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS. MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MUWCKb, UAKUcIN MUbb AINU fl I
Lime, Cement, Fire
TRY
Cream
Chocolate
jl a Di.e uSror5?w
Delicious Eating.
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
Tolophono 110.
HONOLULU
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Ilox 679
Just received, fresli lot of NEW CROP CALIFORNIA INSECT POWDER.
DR. McCANDO'S LA GRIPPE AND COLD CAPSULES WILL CURE
YOU.
At our Fountain we are now prepared to furnish our PHILADELPHIA
ICE CREAM to families an J parties, in any quantity to suit. TAKE A
SMALL PACKAGE HOME.
Commission
FOR SALE,
Buggies, RoaJ Carts, Road Susies, Traps,
bingle and Lojble Harness.
Two Fine Saddle Horses,
Livery Hordes, Mules and Cows.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
Corner Alalcen nnd Queen Streets.
The Latest in Jewelry I
Bawaiiau Moss ilpalJcwcii y
Nciitly Cut, Polished
and Mounted. . .
Rest Custom Work Is done both re
P.i'rlnK and new work. Pins, Rings,
Bruelets, Watchmaking, etc.
Hi. G; I3IA.KT,
404tf FORT STIM-GT.
iWi'i?itiii Jtri
Jtm
FASHION
1 INOb.
Clay and Fire Bricks.
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Chas. Hustace,
212 KIiik htroot, next to tlio Arlington.
DRUG CO.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Telephone j6,.
nvnerolxsints.
Trap Carts, &c.
Experience is the only
thorough teacher. In photo
graphing particularly, you will
fitid that conditions in Hawaii
are not the same as elsewhere.
We have an experienced man
to handle kodak developing '
and printing. ' t
KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
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