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TIIK-PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A I VKUTJSKR: HONOLULU, JULY
J I. ion. TH PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. W. N. ARMSTRONG EDITOR. MONDAY : : : : : JULY 21 JSOMETJIINU MORE Ai'.OUT THE CONSTITUTION. In another place is published an in teresting h-iKv from Mr. F. M. Hatch on the constitutional question. He does not agree with the Advertiser in its construction of Senator Morgan's re marks on tin- subject. When Senator Morgan said that there existed in these .Islands "an iniperium in imperio which is sLill in the complete exercise of its sovereign powers of govern ment," the language and the idea seems to exclude any superior power. There -can be -no sovereignty subject to fc'he Constitution for if it is subject to it it cannot be sovereign. The states are sovereign because they have expressly retained their sovereignty, while yielding up for the common good certain powers. Senator Morgan is unreservedly com mitted to the. proposition that the act of annexation carried with it the right of Hawaii to all the privileges which Juave been heretofore granted to any territory. Mr. Hatch, who is an excellent lawyer, knows the difficulty of con struing the simple authority given to Congress to "make needful rules and regulations' respecting the territories," does not determine at what moment the Constitution applies. The vague ness itself, the utters failure to indi cate that the territories have any rights, put lawyers and judges-'at sea in the matter.- If the Constitution is now in opera tion there, the paper money of the gov ernment is worthless. Section ten of the Constitution provides that "no State shall emit bills of credit." Here is a territory which is emitting bills of credit every day, in the circulation of its Treasury notes. If the Consti tution prevails, it is gross violation of 5ts provisions, and any law of Congress adopting or re-enacting any municipal law of Hawaii which allows the issue and use of paper money is clearly un constitutional. Much more may be said on the subject. THE LABOR QUESTION. VISITING MEDICOS 1-IRi: AT IIOMJll'L'. sc and Valu able Contents Destroyed. A iuiTt'l of lim' placed in su !i a j.., sirion that wat.-r would drip otf thr roof upon it was the rails, of .1 de structive fire at Honoipu a f. v days ago. The warehouse of K. k. Hind w;m destroyed together with thv rahlt l aling to tho landing and a valuable cargo unloaded only a few days ln-fore. The aggregate loss will -asilv foot nr. over $.",o.OOm. Seventy-fix . ions of f.-r- tilizer, SOU bags of sugar and P as-s of kerosene were also destroyed. Wh-a A luau in regular Hawaiian style the watchman first smlt tlie fir. he was given by Drs. Hay and YVojd at '-n,,- a bucket of water upon the Terrible Pains SUB-DIVISION OF THE liKIIITON IIOMESIEiD, Luau in Their Honor on Saturday Night. Entertained In Hawaiian Style By Doctors Day and Wool-Lunch el on Tanta lus With Dr. Coocer. their Heretania merly tlie Club street Hotel, premises, on place whence the smoke was 1 " This increased the difnnilrx- :i th. . .r. Saturday vvis containing tlie lime ,nrr .Mr., evening in honor of Dr. Senn, the no:-' flames, igniting a quantity of oil stored ed Chicago surgeon, and lirower of Rush College, visiting this city for a : Members of the Board of Health and the local medical fraternity were in- I'rofessor who are hort time. near by. There the property. was no insurance on vited guests. The feast was prepared Jersey Cattle for t.iiui.i. On the collier Ilrutus there is a Jer sey bull, one .Jersey heifer, and a Jer- under the! sey cow which has a calf a few davs In tho Stomach Dreadful Head aches Faco and Neck Covered With Boils-Cured by Hood's Sar-saparilla-Skln Is Now Clear. 41 1 w as covert 1 wit h . oil-, all over my face and m--k. I h.i.i lroi.!ful L aviach,- ud pain in my t-toniach. X took m dscir.r. but xva- not much l ti:ltrl, ami I pro cured mx bottle wf Hood attI.. After taking the !irt lottlc I eouiJ m-v an improve merit. Wlu n I had Uk:i n frxv more Lottie, the UdN h-l nil my kin x bh char, my npjxt.tc r turn d.aii". my health xa cntir-Iy rc-:or d. I :n thankful I tvir fouml uch a I-...,! pt.ri fu r as Hood' Sar-nparilU. I j aid out n r;od dial of money for ui ! r.milcinr 'for?t.kinlIM,!S'rapri:Ja. V. F. Lkckwitii, Hurlock, Maryland. If jou decide to try Hood S.ttimril!a iiiuua-u io i.uy anv oiia r. Sarsa-parilla Is til- IVst-tn f.ut the (.,.. It ... x:ti. f.r. I ure .. u.-i . iTi.f i. i f.r Hood's I a a a old. This stock was purchased in S.ia'nOOU S I'lllS irancisco by order of the Navv De partment, ami will he taken where the cattle are inferior. these animals have heen on the vessel ; for about three months, they are in j excellent condition. Their feet are' however rather tender. ', Nothing So racing direction of Mrs. Arnold and compris ed every Hawaiian delicacy, nothing but native, foods being on the table. Those present in addition to Dr. Senn and Prof. Broxver and their hosts were Major Woods -of Buena Vista Hospital, Major Bradley and Captain Styles of! the U. S. Hospital Ship Relief. Dr. Stone of the U. S. T. Brutus, Drs. Myers, Taylor, Hoffman, Piatt, Cooper, Humphris, Garvin, Alvarez, Emerson and Howard. Attorney-General Cooper, George W. Smith, James Judd and Mr. Hervey. During the feast the Misses Kanoho entertained the guests with native airs.! while photographer Davey 'succeeded! in getting a splendid flashlight picture! of the scene. ! At the end of the feast Dr. Senn led j off with a few remarks in which he paid special praise to Haxvaiian cook-; ery, saying that he had been feasted' in many cities in the world but never! had been given a greater variety ot good things to eat cooked in such an attractive style. Major Bradley favor- cu mo iiraicio m un till linn csiiiis count of the work on the Iteliet and IS Captain Styles gave a graphic descrip- ! JjL tion of the first army hospital train run during the war, of which he xvas' in charge, and by which wounded sol-J diers 'xvore transported from Tampa t(j. Everyone enjoj's It; your health de- the hospitals at Atlanta and elsexvhere. j i, f -.. nmk ..,. . . T, T ... , ,x o penua upon It. iou can just an well! Dr. C. B. Cooper entertained Dr. Senn and Prof. 'Broxver at his place on Tan- have it as your prudent neighbor. 0!i! talus heights yesterday, where an ele-an(1 young anke endorse it. : gant lunch was served, the guests be-! ing nearly all of those -present at th luau. .iTIMELY TOPICS June ist, 1899 . r O V. I r J S Lots I N . . H i Now that spring time is here, have jyou given a thought about renovating your home. The nasty, wet weather C V G These finely improved Lots for sale. e have for ttid rast month ha." . l'- " u .. - :,,,,., , . , , , ., : shrubbery. Prices reasonable. Lots 1. 2, 4 and 5 are sold. T r T Lot Beautilul Lot. Best bargain in tou-n. Easy tor late than never. kln.lly a-.k,. th ; you to read this list and then call Into our store and get the prices. AS Inquire of mmv SID i! II I ll A II l . JUl JLViiUl A Ail All DISiNFECTINE The Match Shoot. The failure of the planters to get the consent of the Italian government to the emigration of laborers from Italy, loes not prevent Italian emigra tion to ithese Islands. It can he car ried on, so far as the Italian govern ment 'is concerned, xvith the same free dom as it carried on to the Mainland. Any one who is familiar with the conditions of immigrant service is not surprised at the attitude of the Italian government. Before dependence should have been placed on a favorable atti tude, a careful investigation should have been made of the regulations governing Italian emigration to the Argentine Republic and elsexxiiere. The planters of these Islands xvill obtain sufficient labor whenever they seriously resolve to get it. Heretofore a whistle for ' laborers has been an swered by a rush of them. AVhistling Is no longer a magic power. In order to secure the necessary labor, a plan must be thought out, and a deal of ab solutely correct information obtained This requires time, and the best brain work. The labor problem is a most difficult one. to solve, but it is capable of solution. The foolish procrastina tion in tackling it, puts off the hour of solui.ic.Ti. and the entire Sugar in terest may have to suffer a good deal of tight squeezing before it really gets to work. A DlilNKl.Xrr THOUGH . Honolulu Drug Co. the cesspool, vault and cellar. You j 3IKTALLIG I AINT PrOlind -CO TELEPHONE NO. J64. must be on your guard agaiust the ac- j 2-, ri ' " mmmmmmm : 111 uii cumulation of trash, garbage, etc.; is dangerous to have around. it With the heat of summer conies the ! The match shoot between teams from I foul and disease producing air from' (Jo. r and tne police torce was Held Saturday and was xvon by the soldiers The score was 58G to 5553. The highest single score was made by Bortfeld of Co. F. Capt. Parker, who made a "pos sible" a couple of days before, made the loxv -score of 35. The members of the -police team were nervous, while those of Co. F shot like veterans. A return match xvill be held next Satur day at Iwilei butts. We have : just received a large shipment of the ; following: ; WHITE LEAD in Oil. ! PAINT OIL. ! MIXED PAINT, assorted : colors. COAL f AI5f in barrels. 111. 1 ww afT . . . TKNT TO PltODfCi: CONSTIPATION. ML McCARIX) S IX PROVED OAK I50A OIL. in barrels. Vegetable AntMiUiouA PUM ..oiiM be In yiur jrrlp ubcthcr yoy lr.ie town ; for three day or as rn.my month. No to give you a wore c f oJl- P TMUn 1 VKI'M in hnrrfl; cal term to explain their action. Thy bring relief from rontlpa:.ca antt iniixjlil nii Jl, ii aiCIO-CortIpatIon I re?i-Tn!Ul for lot of mean Utile rr,mpUln! jou Lsow. rmnriini Tin .Hif!ly taken pnmipt In effect. OlUIVIIUli.U I All, ll IU gallons and barrels. Bruce faring & CO. PUBK- TRHYEL EXCITEMENT. IRREGULAR ?1EALS l. O. ItOX NO. 679 INSURES No skill is required to have the air ! about your home pure. The cost is tri- Oflicer Toma Abe "was bitten by a j fling and effect is wonderful. Ditsln spider last batuday. 1 he bite xx-as extremely poisonous making a bad wound. Food Prepared With "Calumet" ia Free from Rochelle Salts Alum, Lime and Ammonia. "Calu met" is the Housewife's Friend. NONE SC GOOD. fectine as prepared by us will serve the purpose. PURE 1 Wp have it renared in auantitie to i a , . ! supply any or rJl demands. W"e will .uamS. j deliver to your home, if within the city j limits, a trial bottle at 23 cent?. Don't !, neglect to order a bottle at oDoe. j MIXED COLORS,, in ilbJ.M (TJ tins (Masury's or Fuller's) . A v VARNISH of various kinds ; for carriage and house build ing purposes. ' : FLAT PALM BRUSHES. 'Adams. VARNISH : s qmtoMmie Will Drive Mosquitoes Away. Cures the Bites! BRUSHES. WHITE WASH BRUSHES.. cheapest and best. Brings Comfort! AIR, Those who are familiar with the article order it by the gallon, which proves beyond all doubt that It is the proper thing. FOR SALE. 1 Manufactured only by THE STEAMER "KAENA," IN perfect condition, with chains, "anch ors, etc., complete; carrying capacity about forty tons. For further partic- ulars inquire at office of Inter-Island! Steam Navigation Co., Queen Street j 5230 liiMiiOTranmiflfln nULLiOi Lit UitUU Ull SOLE AGENTS. These goods have Just arrived from , the East and Perfectly Fresh. Benson, Smith & Co LIMITED- i liii line (in. Limited. 307 FORT ST. Fort and Hotel Streets. IF YOU LOVE your wife take ber to the OUPHEUM tonight. M Advertiser. 75 cents a MoDfe 75 Cents a Month. T While the government is building an excellent road to the Pali, it should place i large, water, trough by the road side,, near the reservoirs. By a simple automatic arrangement there would b no waste. Travel is uncreasing and the need of water for animals in creases. Between the city and the Pali there is not a single drinking place for the dumb animals excepting at a small stream running through Mr. Spencer's place. Dr. S. E. Bishop in one of his inter esting letters to .the Evening Star of Washington. D. C, gives an extended account of the recent expansion of the sugar interests here. The Tacts are so cflearly stated, the letter is reprint ed in full in Louisiana Planter. Dr. Bishop's correspondence contains more reliable information about these Islands th-an can be found in the usual newspaper correspondence sent from here. .K.Li.A,), ),;),;),,).:)..), ),.),;),.)..!, K K U K K MJ, K K K ). . U K U . U K U K K . K K U K K . !- . . . K U . . . . . ?. K K h . !. .. . -?. J..V .. . . - -fc -V -K - - - - --.-. -k ...... .K ..-.-, .fc .fc ... . . ..... ... .. ... . . . . - . . . r. a. Lieut. Safford told the members of the Historical Society on Friday even ing, that according to the best form in Samoa, adover fed not only his fiancee, but her family and relatives until mar riage took place. Mr. Safford probably informed the native Historical Society of Samoa that in America, it was a very common custom for the papa of the wife to feed the lover from the date of the marriage until his death. - - -V - k- - - K 'I - t K - d. -V 1 751 n R 1 - S ' m- m AT L KERR'S, QUEEN STREET, On August 1 St li I am uroiiiLT away ami the WHOLE STeK IS T BE SOLD At priri- that will m.ik iu ition it..)f.i1.1.. a larcre and rompleto lint of the HEST QUALI1ICS Of imported Dry Hoods, nmvhaed from the Ka-tern Factories Now i- ymi t i 1 t hay a; :h rijht i 4 1 I' It liw r.:.ji! 1 S hiirj 131 is - .. - - B. KERR IMPORTER. n 1 1 r p m qtrp pt ii -I-7 aV 1 al 4 " " ' mm -mm.