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SAYS TIIKHH IS TIIOVIILE AIIUAD
FOR THE HElUIIIMd.
Say ICntiilanl 1 the Hope or the
.('lj ' Wliltr niitl.Nnllvc IloyiilUt
sin to of Sfcrot Unreal.
Rev. Dr. Dillo of tho Central
Methodist Church of San Fran
cisco! who recently paid a Bix
'weeks' visits' to tho islands, was
interviewed on his return to tho
Coast by a Cull representative re
gnrdiug tho political complexion
of affairs in the mid-Pnoifio ro
publio an follows:
" 'Clin Provisional Government,"
said Or. Dillo. "is nppnrontly Tun
ing ns smoothly as its best frionds
could wish. President Dole's ex
ecutive ability mid patriotic prin
ciples, ami nut be questioned, and
thuliui.'t.ui aJhtiiout of the Into
monarchy must respect him for
his wisdom mid honesty. I rofo'r;
of courso, to tho whito . royalists
and tho mom intelligent.of tho na
tive population. There is evident
ly a desire on tho part of the Gov
ernment to treat all colors with'
impartial justico and to recoin
mend. itself to tho ontiro island
"But every whero thoro is a
sense, of unrest and -a clear annro-
hensionofa coming national, if
not lnternntioiml, trouble.
" However upright its character
may bo it is not a government of
the whole, people, and I think
none know this better than the
Government itself. Moro securi
ty, stability' is needed, and- more
promise for the perpetuity of tho
ropubhe. 1 uso tho word 'repub
lic as a general term.
"Tho Kanakas are not in tune
with tho present regime. Those
who seriously consider it are in
tensely dissatisfied, and tho rest
are lianpy-co-lucky over tho oues
tiou the predominating trait of
these simple islanders. They
cannot understand thnt anybody
but a Hawaiian in blood should
rule Hawaii. Around Honolulu
since tho last outbreak -thoro is
probably nothing that tho Gov-
' ernmonr nocu immediately loar,
,. but in( tho other islands distant
from tho. capital there is plenty of
rebellious, reeling. Whon tho
leaders coino tho timid nutives
will agaiu arise in the interests of
a native inlor.
"Another question that comes
up with all its uupleasantuess is
that of' finnnco. Tho National
purse, always a slender one, has
been pretty well emptied, and
money always cuts a mighty figuro
among tho nations of tho earth.
"So tho Dole Government.know-
ing itsolf to bo out of touch with'
the Kanakas, is praying for an
nexation as the o-ily renudy. Of
courso, tho avorago native
has no conception of tho meaning
of tho word, and if it wore explain
ed to him what annexation means
lie would like tho idea just about
as little as he nkoa tho white gov
ernment at Honolulu.
"Liliuokalani. having formally
abdicated and, surrendered al) her
right and tulo to tho orown, is
out of, the question forever; but
there is .another, woman? a new
one Innkinp .nvnr tlin nrnn
toward tho island kingdom that
was willed lior.s v' She is Princess
IvaiulouL and the bono of. tho
Iioyalista. Her friends' dn the
islands- aro not parading tho
beaches with brass bandsjnor
oven ,, with tho royal kahili
plumes, but all tho same tho cur
rent sots toward this girl. Asido
irom'thojfnct.that sho, isAa hand
8omo1!Rmiaho, 'pud' popular, prin-
cess, and is the only pretender to
tho shadow .thrpno of Hawaii, she
is English .through and, through,
and hono;know this bettor, and
joy oyer it wore,, than, England
and her Minister nud, subjects in
Honolulu. .So. when JKniulani, gets
ready, t,o rule over tho' kingdom
restored sho, will find plenty of
foreign friends to hunt .among the
old royal lumber for tho scepter.
"Hawaii, lyjng opposed ,nnd,,i(e
fensolpss.in, thogrpat -path , of
commerce .traversing .the Pacific,
must bo or, should bo protected bv
a stronger, power j,han itself, and
the question arises, 'Which power.
6hal that bo" Uuruoneil with nn
unpopular Government and fillod
of a mixed popjjile,; pjig will disjn
tograto. jGbsidos her 'own in
difforeht natives and tho Amer
ican und English 'born, who aro
If you need any
that wo offered you during our snlo for .
Wo havo gone through our reserve stock and found just twenty pieces no moro, no less and to
close these out wo will place those T"W"EN TY PIECES " sale at- '
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cousins bn- 'nvrs ovor tho
Hawaiian question, sho has groat
numbers of Portuguese, Japanese
and Ohihbso laborers' scattered" 4
among 'tho' plantatibno, Thos'd.
thrno uodies of nlions nto only lay
figures' in the iolitical economy" "
of tho republic, excoptwlion ,thoy
bocblh'oif tlioy do, objeofS'of 'soli
ojtudo on tho part of their respoe
tivo governments. Should an
other outbreak or revolution occur
Great Britain and other powers,
if not tho United States, will
suroly take strong and nctivo
measures on tho ground of pro
tecting tlmir respective subjects.
Tho Hawaiian Islands should
have n popular ami stable Gov
ornmont or annexation to this
"8ponking of revolution, tho
thing is not ho remotely impossi
ble nndovon now, though I am
not deirous of being quoted as a
prophet, tho seeds of rebellion
may bospiouting. Tho last up
rising might havo been successful
had they possessed a loader who
would have first prepared for tho
blow. It was sprung too soon and
went haphazard after it got started.
Tho nntivub can uuly bo relied up
on 'when tlioy nro properly led,
but thoro are doubtless leaders
which, under tho prcsout condition
of things, havo nothing to loso,
comparatively spenking,and every
thing to gain. Tho Kanakas will
be over looking for tho day whon
a nativb'Hawaiian will occupy'tho
palace again, for their simple
minds cannot grasp tho idoa of an
alien ruling over tho old kingdom
Tlic tcMlmoulaUl piilil'slics by tlio proprie
tor of Hood's Saranpnrilla urunot purcliaacd,
nor arc tlioy written up In tliclr offlcc, nor
are tliey from their employes, but tbujr arc
facts from truthful nnd grateful people, who
are reliable mill as uorthy of confidence ns It
tlicy came from your most trusted neighbor,'
Hood's Fim.d arc the ticst family cathartic
and liver medicine. Uurmlcss, reliable, sure
Tissuo papor ilowor materials.
Crono paper for lainn shades, etc.,
at King Brod., Hotel street.
A. J. Dorbv, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone .' o. 015. Office
hours 9 A.m. to 4 P.M.
Go to tho Washington Peed Co.
for fresh hay, crain and feed.
No. 51, Fort street. Telephone
422. P. O. Bos 403. Prompt
Tho most popular" beer in Ho
nolulu. Rtich is tho verdict on nil
Bides whon it to como lo Seattle
Beer ort- tap and in bottles at tho
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote pricc3 on roof
painting. Ho uses a com position of
final tar and fiomnnr. niionnnaf
and. best roof preparation in Ho
City Oarriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. It yon want a
linolc with good horao and caro
tid driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Port and Merchant
itronts. Hack at all hours.
In olden times barloy was used
as a moat porfoct strength giver.
Tho very best barloy made into
tho vory best malt is used by the
Soattlo Browing Co. in their
famous-Seattle beer, on tap nt tho
Singers lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence qf
construction,-regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, .ease of
learning uand convoniencq 6f ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agont,
King aud Bethel streets.
Honolulu's warm climate is
conducive of thirst to a greater
degree than that of a colder zone.
Tho'aVorago busihbss'man loses'
also, to a d6gre'e, the amount of
energy, and, nervous- fdrco common
onough-in tho "bracing" "air" 'of
Amorican ;cjtios. These two phases
of our clipato', retake; it moro
necessary than olsewhoro to stim
ulate the syetbiii with ah invigor
ant. No moro healthful or purer,
stimulus, or ono 'more' delightful
to tho palata, can bo found, than
Pabst Milwaukee beer, JLt is a
dolioiqii drink and is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,.
Pacifid and tho Royal.
Toll,unrlng w 111 ThrcALXung or,Wftlns Wmm.
UIN'S.bllOUOIiATK KMUL8ION foMrltL C-ll t
torn of OLLiTf,l)fpH (KIonoliilu,iU( I,'"l
iaivnlee-i l'Aliu Milk or Uoncy.
Subnoribo for the Evening Bul
letin,'76 cents per month.
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