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The Independent. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, July 24, 1899, Image 1

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Oceanic SteaMp Company
TIME TMBLE
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HorouX 0m0rB lhW Wb9 Wffl Aive and Wo
Thio Port as
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
MARIPOSA JULY lfl
AUSTRALIA AUG 2
MOAN A AUG 16
AUSTRALIA AUG 80
ALAMEDA SEPT 18
AUSTRALIA SEPT 27
MARIPOSA OOT 11
AUSTRALIA OCT 25
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
GOLD 0K BEDROOM SETS
CHEVAL AND DUCHESSE
Jin Elogant and Vrrlos Designs
Extension Dining Tables Parlor ana Dining Chairs
JUST TO HAND PEIt B 0 ALLEN
COYNE MEHItTEN FURNITURE COMPANY
J A MEELRTEN Manager
Vnlannhnn 128 PROGRKSB RLOfiK
HONOLULU H I MONDAY JULY 24 1899
MOAN A 7 1 JULY 21
AUSTRALIA AUG 8
ALAMEDA AUG 18
AUSTRALIA SEPT 5
MA RIPOS A SEPT 1C
AUSTRALIA OOT 8
MOAN A OOT 18
AUSTRALIA OOT 81
In connection with tho sailing of the above steamem tho Agents aro
prepared to issue to intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States and from
Now York by any steamship line to all Europeanports
For fuither particulars apply to
Whl G Irwin Go
LIMITED u
G eiieral Agents Ocsanio S S Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO LTD
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
The combined stocks of Cattle Coolce and the Pacific
Hardware Company ive us tho niost complete and best
assorted lino of goods in Honolulu Wo shall at present
continue business at the old stand of UaMle r Cooke and
v shall carry a stock or
General Merchandise
Hardware and s HoiiBeliolcl Supplies
Art Goods and Artistic Supplies
Picture Framing a Specialty
We are prepared to Estimate on Scales
from Eight Pounds up to Sixty Tons
MAIN OFFICE FOHT AND MBECHANT STS
Messrs Castle Cooko retain au interest in tho business And solicit for it
a continuance of the patronnco bo kindly extended them in the past
to H Deyies Ap L d
SUGAR FACTORS
IMPORTEES OF
General Mercliiidise
AND
Agents for Lloyds
Canadian Australian SteamBhip Line
British Foreign Marino Insurance Co
iTorthorn Assurance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific xtnilway Co
Pioneer Lino of Packets from Livorpool
Cnr Port Horotania Sta
THOS LINDSAY
CONSTITUTIONAL atJESTION
Ex Mlnlator Hatch Presents His
Vlown which Olflor from Our
Leading Contemporary
Editor of Advertiser
Dear mo to express
my dissent from the constitutional
views so ropoatodly presented in tho
Advertiser- I believe that they aro
both unsound from a logal stand
point and charged with possible in
jury of tho gravest hind to this com
munity
My view ia that the constitution
of the United tatos belongs to us
that it became extended to these
islnuds by the aot of annexation
and that no power exists which can
deprive ua of if Wo cannot secede
neither oau we be cast off We aro
part and parcel of tho United States
I deny that tho Constitution is sub
ject to the control of Congress It
can not be made a matter of legisla
tion Your argument that it does
not apply to those Islands until
Congress so enacts would imply
that Congress could extend it or
not or could extend it and then
tako it away or could take if away
from any other portion of tho coun
try To my mind tho better theory
is that tho Constitution applied by
its own inherent foiee tnu moment
tho act of political union waH com
pleted It applied ns a necessary
incident to tboatatus given us as a
part of tho United States Anuexa
tipn haviug beon brought about in a
constitutional method by the exer
cise of both tho treaty making and
legislative powers of tho two coun
tries constitutes a contract of the
very highest concoivablo character
We in Hawaii should bo the last to
concede that one party Jb tho con
tract by its sole act can destroy it
as for instance by making us a
colony Can Congress decree that
wo shall bo taken to bo a part of
Guam Not unless it repudiates the
contract by which wa were made a
part of the United States The
statutes of the United States must
bo extended by aot of Congress tho
distinction between statutes and tho
Constitution in thjn connentiou is
obvious
There seems to exist in certain
quarters much nervousness as to the
consequences which would follow if
it were admitted that the Constitu
tion of tho United States is now the
law of the land notably amongst
other instances with tho apologists
for contract labor We ought to all
rejoico that that institution is mori
bund Wo could take more pride in
ourselvos if this blot could have
boon removed by uot of our own be
fore the eriaotmont of a plan of gov
ernment for us by Congress
You quote Senator Morgan but
tho quotation doos notBupport your
conclusion We all know he con
siders us a part of the United States
We all know that his Americanism
is not of the thin and watery varioty
and that his respect for the Consti
tution is punctilious Ho will nover
be found holding that tho Constitu
tion does not oxtond to every nook
and cranny of the United States
Ho considers the situation bore an
omalous probably booauso he takes
it that two constitutions or one and
part of another apply and obtain at
tho same time That of tho United
States is tho only one of any vitality
How littlo of that of tho Republic
of Hawaii remains will bo appreciat
ed when it is remembored that not a
singlo officor of the local govern
ment holds office under it They all
hold under President MoKinloy
His powor to appoint is surely not
derived from the Constitution of tho
Ropublio of Hawaii No more of
that remains that can bo construed
to be municipal law under tho terms
of tho joint resolution of annexa
tion Would it be bid that after
Oongross shall extend the laws of
tho Unitod States to Hawaii that
the constitution of Hawaii still re
mains in force Must a constitu
tional convention bo convened to re
poal it pioco meal Having servod
its purpose in helping to tido over a
transition period that constitution
has passed into history together
with tho ropublio founded upon it
It was abrogated by necessary in
tondment by the very not of union
F M Hatou
Honolulu July 21 1899
For AUSTRALIA for Camarinos
Refrigerator An extra fresh supply
of Grapes Applos Lemons Oranges
Limos Nuts RaisinB Celery Fresh
Salmon OnuliuWer Rhubarb As
paragus Cabbage Eastern and Cali
fornia Oysters in tin and bhoII
Crabs Turkeys Flounders etc All
gamo in season Also fresh Rock
fort Swiss and California Cream
Ghoese Place your otdors early
Prompt delivery
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
Talar JW8
Anchored
Sailors and landlubbers soldiers
and civilians flock to tho Anchor
Saloon because they are well troated
in the cosy room of that establish
ment and served with first class beer
high grade liquors and the favorite
drink Canadian Malt Whiskey
Mossonirer Borvico
Honolulu Mes3engur Service de
liver message and packages Tote
pbnne 878
merioan Messenger Service
Masonic Temple Telephone l14
All niRht Rttrvicn
Fred Harrison tho propietor of
the Hawaiian Marble Works iB ready L
to supply his patrons and friends
with tomb stones suitable to all
tastes requirements and purfes His
offico iB in the now buildings next to
the Occidental on tho corner of
Alaken nnd TCinji strpnt
iaillOATION NOTICE
HOLDEH8 OP WATER PRIVILEGES
or those paying wnlor rates ore heroby
notlflcd that tho hours for irrigation
purposes are from G to 8 oleoefc a ni nnd
from 4 to 0 oclock p m
ANDRE V MIOWN
Bupsrintondont of Water Works
Approved J A Kino
Mlnltarnf Interior
Honolulu June 14 1800
NOTICE TO PASSEPRS
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY
Lines of Steamors represented by tho
undersigned agents that on and aftor
August 1 18D9 a booking fco of ten dollars
will bo renulrod from each passenger at
the time of registration of name This
feo will bo rofnndod In oaso of Inability to
provldo accommodation on arrival of
steamer
fSigned
YM QUWIN ft CO Ltd
By its Prosidont W O Irwin
Signod
THEO H DAVIES CO Ltd
Dy Thomas Rain Walker Director
Agents of Canadian Australian Steam
ship Co
H HAOKFELD CO Ltd
K Buhr Director
1247 tf
We have beon authorized
to sell -
Harzer Sauerbrunneii
AT
500 per Case of 60 Bottles
Owing to spurious imitations hav
ing been brought to this market tho
Public is hereby notified that tho
only
Menninfl Sanertannen
IS DOTTLED II Y THE
Harzor
And eVery bottle bears their trade
mark and stamp
ManuiacrariDg n HACKFELD CO
m nnvii mi hiiiiuiliuii i
lrt Bmlln Fancy Work Malflnns Faus dCjUiIffg
Qat Mb Calbh Etc 10 BrseU
GIVEN TO
nassensers booking bv any of tho
Limited
Sole Agents Hawaiian Islands
No 1259
Wilders Steamship Co
XjIMITEJDs
KINAU OLAUDINE HELENEMAUI
HAWAII LEHUA KILAUEAHOU
MOKOLII
TIME TABLE
Stmr KI3NAU
FitEEMAN Commander
MOLOKAI MAUI HAWAII
Wiyewo Honolulu every Tuesday al
12 M touching nt Kaunaknkai Lnhn
inn Maalnoa Ray Klhol Makonn Ha
imkonn knwalhno nua lnnpnnoclioo
arriving ot Hllo Wednednv ovenine
Returning will sail from Hilo every Kri
dny at 0 oclock p in touching nt abovo
named ports arriving at Honolulu Satur
day nights
Will call at Poholki Puna once each
month
Stmr OLAUDINE
CAMERON Commander
MAUI
Will leao Honolulu every TneadayB nt 6
i i IUlchlng at Lnhnina Knhnlui Nn
hllm Hnna Hanioa and Mpnhaln Mnni
Returning touches nt Hnna Kaimlni and
Laliaina arriving nt Honolulu Sunday
mornings
Will call at Nuu Knnpo once each
month
Tho prlr Jar xouto to tho Volcano
is via Biio 40 for tho round
trip iHcludiorj all exponsoa
Stmr LEHUA
DENNETT Commmder
MOLOKAI MAUI IANAI
Sails overv Mondnv fnr Knnnnlrnlrn If
faialo Matinalei Kalnopapa Lahalnn
iionoina oiowam Returning nrrlves at
Honolulu Saturday mornings
NATIONAL JANj
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tonslgneos must be at the Landings to
receive their freight this Company wll
not hold ItsHlf responsible for freight af tor
It Uns been landed
Live stock fngllo articles plants and
liquids recHlvcd only at owners risk
jLhiB Company will not bo responsible foi
Money or Valuables ot passengers unless
placed in the care of Parsers
Passengers arc requested to par
ohaBe Tickets Looro embarking Thosa
friillug to do so will be snbject to an addi
tioiml charge of twentv five per cent
Tho Company will not be liable for loss
of nor injary to nor dolay In tho dollvory
of baggage or personal effeetsof tho paBsen
eor beyond tho amOant of flOOOO unless
the value of t o same be doclared at or
before the Issno of tho ticket and freight
is paid thereon
All employees of tho Company are for
bidden to recoivo freight without deliver
ing a hipping receipt therefor In tho form
proscribod by tho Company and which
may be seen by shlppors upon application
to the pursers of the Companys btenmors
Snippers are notified that If freight lb
shipped without such receipt it will be
ion It at the risk of tho shipper
This Cpmpany reserves the ngnt to
make cbnnges m the time of departure and
arrival of its Bteamors -without notice and
it will not be responsible for any conBe
quences arising therefrom
O li WIGHT President
8 R R08U Betretnry
CAPT T K CLARKE Port Bnpt
OLAnS SPHE0KEL3 WM Q IBWIN
Glaus Sprockets Co
HONOLULU
Sin Francisco
AacnUTIlE NEVjtLA
K OF BANFRANC1BCO
DBAW EXOUAHOK Oil
BAN KRANOIBCO The Nevada National
Bank ot Ban Francisco
LONDON The Union Bank of London
Ltd
NEW YORK American Exchange Na
tlonal Bank
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank
PARIS Orcdlt Lyonuals
BERLIN Dresdner Bank
HONG KONG AND YOKOHAMA Hons
Kong Bbanghat BankingOorporation
NEW ZEALAND AND
Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America
transact a General Banking and JZcehari
Business
Deposits Received Loans mado on Ay
proved Security Oommorola and Travel
era Credit Issned BlUu of Exchange
bought nnd sold
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Street Honolulu formerly A Koaus t
Clllco United Btntes Custom House
rokers Accountants Benrohers of
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