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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 7. LB97.
Foreign Office Notice.
This day had audionco of. tlio
President, tlio Hon. Harold M.
Bewail, who presented his credon
tinls from tlio President of tlio
United Stiiten nocediting him En
voy Extraordinary and Mimstur
Plenipotentiary of the United
States to tlio Republic of Hawaii.
In presenting the autograph
letter of President MoKiuloy, Mr.
Sewn II said:
Allt. Phusiuunt: lu presenting
the lotter of tlio President of th'o
United States accrediting mo as
Envoy Extraordinary and Minis
tor Plenipotentiary to reside near
your Government, it is my agree
able duty not only to renew tho
assurances of friendship custom
ary on such occasions, but also to
add felicitations that these assur
ances aro addressed to a sister Re
public. The Governmont of tho United
States dosires to cultivate to tho
fullest oxtent its traditional friend
ship with Hawaii. It has a
11 nt u ml and deco interest in tho
wolfaro of these Islands and sots
a high value on the intimacy be
tween their people and its own.
To cultivate this friendship, to do
monstrate this interest as oppor
tunity oilers and to preserve this
intimacy is a part of its establish
Coming hero, not as a stranger,
profoundly appreciating tho re
gard entertained by your Govern
ment and people for tho Govern
ment I represent, I confidently
hope that during my service hore
this policy will continue to the
mutual benefit of tho two coun
tries. To wlvioh tlio President replied:
It Is gratifying, Mr. Minister,
to receive from one, so long and
so f.ivorubly known by our peo
ple, tho renewed assurances of the
friendship of the United States
of AinuriO'i and of their tuterest
in the welfare of Hawaii.
Permit mu to express recipro
cal Houtimont-i, and especially in
response to your statement that
your Govirnnioiit set a high value
on the intimacy of tho two peo
ples, and desires to cultivate tho
same as a part of its policy, to
say that the cultivation of such
intimacy is now and 1ms been the
policy of tuis Government fiom
its inception, and that geographi
cal and commoroiiil relations, and
racial and political sympathies,
havo combined to favor biioh in
timacy. I welcome yon, as tho accre
dited diplomatic lopivaoiitutive of
the United Stites of America to
our Government and I trust that
your htuy will bo beneficial to
both countries and very agroo
nb'o personally to yourself.
The autograph letter of the Pre
sident of the United States is as
President of tho United States of
To His Excellency,
8ANFORD B. DOLE,
President of Hawaii.
Cheat and Good Fiiiend! I
have made choice of Harold M.
Sewall, one of our distinguished
citizens, to resido near the Govern
ment of Hawaii iu the quality of
Envoy Extraordinary and Min
ister Plenipotentiary of tho Unit
ed States of America. He is well
informed of tho relative interests
of tho two countries aud of our
sincero desiro to cultivate to tho
fullest extent tho friendship
subsisting between tho two
governments. My knowledge of
his high character and ability
gives mo ontiro coufidenco that ho
will' constantly endeavor to ad
vance the interest and prosperity
of both Governments and so rond
or himsolf acceptable to Your Ex
cellency. I therefore requost Your Excel
loncy to receive him favorably aud
to givo'Tull credence to what he
shall saylm the part of tho United
States and to tho aBsurauces
which I have charged him to con
vey to you of the bost wishes of
this Governmont for tho prosperity
May God havo Your Excellonoy
in His wise keeping.
Written at Washington, this 8th
day of May in the year 1807.
Your good friond,
By tho President:
Secretary of State.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Forrigu Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affniis,
Juno 7, 1807. t2'J-lt.
5r) Euei)ii?$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1807.
FIGURES THAT TELL.
No paper iu tho United States
is doing bettor work iu show
ing tho voluo of Hawaiian con
nections than tho San Francisco
Examinor. Pursuing its argu
ment on the "balanco of trade"
quostion in a rccont issue, it gives
tables of imports from, and
domestic exports to Hawaii, also
tho imports and exports of gold
and silver, including bullion, for
the years 1877 to 189G, inclusive.
In those twenty years the imports
of morchandiso wore of a value of
$170,144,801, and exports of $G2,
G87,34G. This left an appaiont
"balanco of trado" of $107,557,455
to bo settled in coin for tho twenty
yearB of tho reciprocity treaty.
The actual shipments of gold and
silvor wore, from Hawaii, $1,170,
(07, and to Hawaii, $10,758,298.
Upon this showing, the Examiner
proceeds to say:
This is, wo sent 10,753,298 of
.gold and silvor to Hawaii in the
twenty years of the reciprocity
treaty and got $l,17O,G07 hack.
Tho remaining $9,588 G91 is what
wo scut to settlo that "ad verso
balance of trade" of $107,557,455
over which tho opponents of tho
troaty raise such a cry.
It is thus evident that under tho
operations of tho Reciprocity
treaty we got 8170,144,801 worth
of goods iu exchaugo for $02,587,
34G in trado and $9,588,091 iu the
precious metals. It will doubt-
loss puzzle tho holdors of tho
"balauco of trade" theories to un
derstand what has become of the
other $97,908,704 that they have
imagined iu somo way to be
"against us." Thero is no mystery
ubout it. That sum is the profit
of the trade to the United
States, and for tho most
part to California. It has
gouo to the business men who
dealt in Hawaiian products; it is
in part tho return for tho invest
ment of American capital in the
island; it is the tribute that a
debtor nation pays to tho creditor
nation. It is these millions that
have built a fleet to carry com
merce, that aro laying tho rails of
tho Valley road, that aro pnttinc
up tho Spreekels Building and
other great structures in this
city, that have built up our com
morco in a thousand ways that
cannot bo traced.
To cut oil this trade with Ha
waii is to sweep away one-fourth
or one-fifth of tho external com
merce of the port. California
cannot afford a bit of folly like
There is an ond of conflicting
jurisdiction between Federal and
State quarantine officials at San
Francisco. It has been decided
at Washington that only tho per
mission of the Federal quarantine
officer is necessary to allow a ves
sel to ontor at the Customs, and
that the local authorities havo not
tho right of priority of inspection.
Passongers arriving at that port
havo often been subjected to vexa
tious delays iu lauding, besides
tho annoyanco of having their
health inspected twice. Lately a
steamer from Panama was passed
by ouo doctor only to havo an
other doctor order her iuto quar
antine. Such a confused state of
affairs is now terminated.
Iu tho Dominion House of Com
mons a member asked if tho atten
tion of tho Postmastor General
had beon called to a scurrilous
attaok on Quoon Viotoria in tho
Now York Sun, and whether it
was tho intention to allow that
journal to circulate through tho
Canadian mails. Tho Postmaster
General replied that ho had not
seen the article, but on inquiry ho
learned that it had nevor beon tho
practise of tho Dopartmont to
suppress any foreign nowspapor
iUUSJiKEtiPIiRS who are
wise will not be persuaded
into purchasing the unreliable
J baking powders which some
dealers wish to sell for the sake of
the additional profit derived therefrom.
Crudely mixed from low-grade, impure
ingredients, such powders cost but half
as much to make as the highly refined,
absolutely pure Royal Baking Powder,
although retailed at the same price.
They are unwholesome and lacking in
Royal Baking Powder gives the
greatest value for its cost, and there is
no other baking powder or preparation
that will give such satisfaction, or make
such pure, wholesome and delicious
food, or which in practical use will be
found so economical.
5 ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. ShS
because it might contain an attack
on any member of tho royal
Premier Luurior, auBweriug a
question in the Dominion Parlia
ment, said that the Governmont
had informed tho Imperial autho
rities' that it would not bo bound by
the Japanese troaty. Tho Imperial
Government gave tho self-governing
Colonics the option of coming
under tho new Japanese troaty or
staying out. Canada stays out,
thus resorviug tho right to prohi
bit, restrict or otherwise deal with
A Danish professor is reported
to have discovered that anesthet
ics liven up plants and make them
grow fast. It would bo apt to coot
more than it came to, howovor, to
dose a sugar cane plantation with
chloroform, so as to got two crops
instead of one n eighteen mouths.
Tho discovery might bo valuablo,
though, for rushing coffee plants
iu a nursery.
Regarding tho communications
of Minister Sewall, iu presenting
his credentials to President Dole,
tho text of tho document was receiv
ed too lato for auy more comment
than to say that their
spiiit is exceedingly favor
ublo to tho prospect of closer
relations in the futuro than in the
past botwpon tho two countries.
What could tho secretary of the
French Bimetallic League have
said if Bryan had been elected,
when ho finds that McEinley's
oloctiou "gave great satisfaction to
bimetollists " ?
General Woyler's horse was hit
throo times in a recent scrap be
tween Spanish and Cuban. Lucky
for Spain no bullet found its bil
let in tho pacificator's writing
"Ono thing at a timo," as tho
House of Commons Bays to the
TUG OF WAR
Tuesday Evening, June 2,
At Bristol's Pavilion, Commencing at
U. S. S. Marion vs. Makani Hooo.
Honolulu Iron Works vs. Walkiki.
Pakaka vs. U. S. S. Philadelphia.
Admission, 50c. and 25o.
HOUSEHOLD AND DAIRY.
The long continued drouth
of this year has necessarily
affected dairies, especially on
this island, and its continuance
bids fair to seriously affect the
milk supply. Consequently it
behooves dairymen to be more
economical than ever in order
to make both ends meet before
the next rainy season. In no
way can economy be practised
to better advantage than in
using the Alpha-De Laval
Cream Separators. Here
are a few of the advantages to
be gained from their use:
1. Save 10 percent, to 0
percent, in skimming. 2. Save
S percent, to 10 percent, in
churning. 3. Increase butter
value 5 percent, to 50 percent.
4. Save time and labor. $. Save
ice and water. 6. Insure purity
of product. 7. Remove tuber
culosis and disease germs.
8. Give a much superior cream.
9. Give cream of any desired
density. 10. Give warm, fresh,
sweet skim-milk. 11. Obviate
"scours" in calves. 12. Give
the best aeration. 13. Do away
with taints and odors. 14. En
hance keeping qualities. 1$.
Save women's and housework.
16. Save one-half time in
churning. 17. Save storing and
handling of ice. 18. Save milk
and ice-houses. 19. Save mul
titude of utensils. 20. Save
washing and care of utensils.
We have just made arrange
ments with the agents by
which we can sell this separa
tor cheaper than ever.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreekels Bank
THE - BON - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel and Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
Boston Coooanut Cake,
Original French Hoes,
Ice Cream, Iced Sodas,
Hires' Hoot Beer,
Etc., Etc., Etc
G-. MILLER, Manager.
S. W. LEDKIU
Just llocelvcd at the I
All Sues in Hunting,
tlT New and FiMt-tliun SECOND HAND
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
Tho 33est and tho Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovou 15x17. Price 8 8 00
Westeiin, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Oven 1G sl7. " 15 00
PitizE Hanoi:, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 23 00
Welcome PaNdE, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 09
Ari'OLLO Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 iuoh Holes, Ovou 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sui'Eitu Univeusal Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 61
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
iioxolulu, n. I.
For the Treatment of Alcoholic, Opium,
Morphine, Cocoaiiic anil Other
136 Beretanla Street, between Emma ail ForL
Private, carriage entrance on lane, Emma
street, opposite. Chinese Episcopal Church.
Separate Cottage for medical advice and
One hundred and sixty-three persona
havo been succefeslully treated from Nov
ember, 1890, to May 30, 1807.
Satisfactory arrangements made for. pa
tients from tho Islands or from abroad.
Patients under treatment hato free use
of the Social Club Parlors.
W. it. Castle, Vico President; J. A. Mupoon,
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary; 11. 8.
For further information, apply to
HOBT. SWAN SOUIMGEOUR,
Tclephono 700. Manager, Pro Tem,
help to bring us
closer to you.
Generous In the
determination to get
only best fabrics.
Generous in the
use of it.
Generous In paying
Generous In squeezing
prices to the
Generous in buying
book what Isn't satisfactory.
Pretty liberal place
to trade this.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrley BlOGi
We Make Shirts to Order.
During the temporary absence of
our Mr W. G. Irwin from these Isl
ands, Mr. E. I. Spalding will act un
der Power of Attorney for the Bank
of Claus Spreekels & Co.
Honolulu, June 2, 1807.
GLAUS SPREOKELS & CO.
During my abBonce from the Ha
waliau Islands Mr. W. M. GlfiTurd will
act for mo under full power ot Attor
ney. W. G. IRWIN,
Honolulu, June 1, 1897. 028 lw
corner jvihr mm nmi- ((-
X L a New Stook of
Sii.k and Cotton.
FUBNirUBE of nil kinds sold cheap for
Tho construction is upon the
most advanced principles oE the
Art of Fiano manufacture; and no
painB or expense have beon spared
to not only Holidly construct, but
to so apply the various parts that,
besides their wonderful singing or
tono-producing power, they would
stand well in tune and iu all cli
mates. Tho qualities of these Pi
anos are Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great power, Sinying or
tone - carrying capacity, Ercnncsi
throughout the Scale, and Standing
Tho "Eolian" Pedal, or "tono
mulller," is intended for the use
of beginners and students of tho
Piano-Forto. By its use, one de
rives all the benefits of touch,
whilo doing away with tho noiBO
or monotonous tone produced in
tho practice of scales, chords or
chromatics, which is bo annoying
to the listener, and of no advan
tage to the performor. It also
saves tho hammers from unneces
sary wear, thereby prolonging tho
life of the instrument for many
We are now offering these ele
gant Pianos on tho most favorable
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
investigate the merits of tho
Administrator's Sale of
By order of the Hon. A. Perry, Se
cond Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, the uudemigued Is au
thorized to sell at Public Auotion all
pf the right, title and Interest of tho
late Arthur P. Putt-raon, deceused, in
and loFourSouresln tho Hui Land
of Walkahe, Oahu, to the highest bid
der, at 12 o'clock noun, on the 22nd
day of Juue, A. D 1807. at tho Court
Houe Alliolanl Hulel In Honolulu.
Terms; CaBU. Deeds at purchaser's
A. V. GEAR,
Administrator of the Estate of A. P.
Peterson, deceased. 628-td.
NOTARY PDBLIC anfl TYPEWRITER
OrriOK: 208 Merchant street, Campbell
Blool:rear ot J, 0. Carter's office, V,Q.
Box XiB '
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