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THE EVEM1NG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MABOII 11, 1809.
Published Every Diy. except Sunday, at io King
itreet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin Publishing Company.
W. R. rARWNGTON EJUor
DANIEL UXJAN City Editor
Mibi rlplKill Itulmi
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SATUUDAY, MAliOU 11, 18!)'J.
0 iubuI Wildiunu, in tin nrtiolo
for Hiirpcr'a Woekly writtou lx
foro lho inmrgout outbroilc, imyH
tlint Amiitmltlo U a grunt mini,
nlwnys koopa liia promises nml
will not oppoBo tlni United Stitcs
llccout (levelopmontH ruo such
that Consul Wiltluinn cHiiuot p io
as n propln1! of tho lirnt order.
If Mr. Dolo wants to find out
Low ninny frimidH Miui'tir King
him just M him tunko n rrqnpst
for tln lniuislor's icnigrjfitiou.
That biio'i n iijovobIiouU bpgivtMi a
moment's cout-ideratiou ia nothing
to tho credit of the chief executive
The DuLi.i:riN' is deposed to b -liovo
that Mr, Dole must have
misunderstood tho qut&lion tlmt
wns put to liim yestortiHy.
If the question of "pay" schools
among tho public fcIiooIb wore
brought to an iseuo in an election
wj belieto there is no question
that nu overwhelming majority
would favor tho wiping out of the
"pay" feature. Tho public school
where, a price is placed on the pri
vilege of each pupil to attoud in
certainly a misnomer. It in not in
keoping 'with republican inhtilu
tione and cannot bo wiped out too
so in. Many of the ablest and
most inlolltctuul men and women
of our country wore the children
of parents who were too poor to
have paid fifty couts a week for
educating their children. There
can bo no good reason given for
putting the children of tho poor at
a disadvantage- with those of the
woll-to-do. That wo have a cos
mopolitan community is all the
morj reason why tho tchools
should be froo to all, the ouly ro
quirorapnt for advancement being
tho ability of tho child.
Tin: itiri'UiiucAN MHirriM'.
Mr. Dole must bo in pretty ead
political straits whun his official
organ has to take the Thursday
evening mooting of Ilopublicaus
as nu occasion for attnekiug Mr.
Sowall. In many respects tho at
tack is decidedly funny. If among
tho men who spoko at that meeting,
tho official organ can point out one
Dole advocate, we should be pleas
ed to have ourcoutomporaiy point
out who that man is. If tho Ad
vertiser had tho decency or court
esy to nk- Mr. Sewall what his
position in tho matter is, it could
probibly have found out.
Tho meeting Thursday evening
was for nu opeu dUcussiou in con
nection with representation iu the
Nntional Lenguo of Republican
Clubs. Advocates of allowing the
matter to remain in nboyauco hold
that nuxillinry clubs should not bo
formed nntil tho regular prty or
ganization was establishod.
Those who favored action held
that as tho National Loaguo was
nn ontirely separate body, although
auxillrry to tbo Republican parly,
and as tho representatives of tho
Loaguo in thoir natiouol conven
tion had roquosted n representa
tion in Hawaii, it was .nothing
moro than common courtesy for
tho Republicans horn to inako
known their prefironco for tho of
ficials rrquostedj it wis not for
tho peoplo here t ) tny whether tho
notion of the convention in nam
ing official represi utatives iu Ha
waii boforo containing the Rtpub.
Iican9 hero was irregular or not
Tho action had boon taken by prac
tically tho unanimous couecut ot
tho convention and that was suf
ficient guomuteo of giod faith.
The advocates ot inaction had
tho votes, they cntrioJ their point
and thiro is no disposition to up
set the will of tho majority.
As the Bulletin hos previous
ly aseited, tho argument that
Hawaii is likely to gain more
favors from Congress by refrain
ing from national politics has
littlo weight except, possibly, to
entry a meeting similar to that of
Thursday night. The people of
this territory are unanimously in
favor of a territorial form of gov
ernment and if Republican and
Democratic party lines wore form
ed, the two organizations would
unquestionably join forces in
memorializing Congress or exort
ing whatever influenco they
might have to seenro favorablo
action from Congress. Neither is
the ht'ttcmeutthat wu do not kuow
who will bo voters under tho Am
erican organic act n sound argu
ment Thoro nro today in the
United States foreigners who have
no vote, but atliliato with and
work iu the ranks of tho political
It is truo, howover, that tho
counsels f tho ruon, who nre
volin undor tho Republic of Ha
waii, should bo heeded in the
matter of wiping out tho old or
ganizations and forming new
parly lines. An eloctiou under
tho Republic will doubtless bo
hold in September. Tho meeting
of Thursday night was tho first
lime the matter has been brought
to nu issuo in n public gathering.
Tho vote waB deoisivo and thero is
no occasion for ill will among
thoso whoso arguments were de
feated. Tho attitude of tho Advertiser
is simply tuo outgrowtu ot its
usual policy of misrepresentation
and an attempt to satisfy pertounl
i.o.isthi:ut iiiD.VT hi:sitati:.
Emtok Evenino Bulletin:
In tho Advortiser of the 8th
iust. one. Col. L. Edwin Dndloy
makes a stntemeut that "Long
street, tho Coufederato General,
I positively contradict tho as
sertion. Lougstroet never hesitated,
any more than Napoleon and tho
Old UuarU did. "Vet" as the Col
onel is willed may havo boon op
posite Liougetreot's corps but so
far from it that his vision became
blurred for somo reason. I was
in tho command and know of
what the Colouel pretends to
know. Ho may havo seen
Mrs. Leary's barn fall but he
novor saw Lout-street hesitate in
a charge. La a nevor found it
imperative to onicr bis favonto
lieutenant in order that he should
do his duty quickly. Lougstreot
was called by tho Confederates,
"Leo's right bower."
1 saw somo of tho heaviest
lighting Spottsylvania and An
ttetnm, the Wildoruess nud nomo
tiftoou others. Not only did I see
the fighting as "Vot" says but I
was in all of them, lho gallant
colonel says "I had to provaricnto
about my ago in order that they
would tako mo in." IIo admits
ho prevaricated thon; I believe
and know that ho prevaricates
An Ex-CoNrEDLiuTi: Veteran oS
Longstreet s Com3.
In Terror of Pollen.
Two littlo nativo boys, o! per
haps, sovon and fivo years, wero
running about nenr tho Judiciary
building, crying as if thoir hearts
wero broken. As thoy couldn't
tell thoir woes in English, a Bul
letin reportor conducted thorn to
tho Agricultural office, where Goo.
Lucas Jr. interviewed thorn. Tho
larger boy sobbed out tlmt ho wis
afraid to go homo bocaiiBO his
mother told him she would soud
him to tho polico station if ho ran
James F. Morgan will hold un
auction snlo of carriages, wagons,
EaMoru built phaotons, surreys,
handcarts, etc., at his salos rooms,
Queen streot, on Saturday, March
lb, at 10 a. m., undor instructions
received from 0. Brewer Si Co.,
Ltd. Seo ad on pago 8.
HONOLULU llt)S IN JIAMIiS.
Uliut .liimra lilt Hiiyi Alinnt Plilll
litliea. James White, who roturncd
from Manila in tho China yester
day, will leave for tho Coast in tho
Doric. After nttouding to Borne
business there, ho will roturn to
Mnuila to rejoin Eugono Elliott
who is now waiting for him. It
will bo remembered that Messrs
While and Elliott wont to Manila
together. Mr. Whito has tho
following to say of tho Honolulu
boys in Mnuila:
"Sam Widdifiold is orderly on
Major Bell's stalT in tho En
gineers' Corps. He was quito ill
at one time and spent fottydays
in tho hospital.
"0. S Bradford is still in Ma
nila. When I left, he was kick
ing on nccouut of tho continuation
of tho fights betueon tho Amor
icans and Filipinos His real
estate is now occupied by Uuclo
" Louis McGrow is still in Ma
nila. He is vory much disBntisfied
nnd wnnN to get back to Hounlu
lu. Bob Garduor is another who
thinks there is no plnco like Ha
waii nei. At prosout ho is run
ning n saloon in Manili.. Bob had
quite a sovero spell of siekuess.
Gormnn who went to Manila
with tho Vida boye, is tending bar
at tho "Sennto" saloon.
" Jim Shorwood is in Manila. I
did not happen,to seo him.
" Conley, tho former mounted
patrolmuu, is with thoMinno-totas
who have charge of policing tho
town of Manila.
" Schoricerhorn, formerly of the
Pooplo's Express Uo. hero is very
anxious to iet back. IIo has boeu
quito ill SchermerLorn has grown
a heavy beard.
"Harry Murray waB out on the
firing lino when I was in Mnniln.
lie would not como into town,
stating that ho wanted to Bee nil
tho fiahting nnd tho very laBt of
it. However, ho was very well
and perfectly contented.
"lho btanfoid University boyB,
who were given a lino Bond-off
in Honolulu upon their departures
for Manila, nro all vory well.
Thoy nro all employed in tho
Custom House. One of tho fel
lows had small pox but ho soon
got over it.
Mr. White arrive! in Manila
tho day the fighting began (Feb
ruary i) oud was there for just
four days, during which time, he
saw somo hot fighting and had
occasion to notice tho treachery of
Hydraulic Presnuro r -iOOO Torn.
The sprockets for the new oo Sterling
blcclefor the Pacific Cycle Co., are not
stamped out of a piece of boiler plate and
put In the machine without milling for the
chain, but cold forced under hydraulic pres
ureof 2000 tons; then machined and milled
for the chain until actual micrometer meas
urmentof the sprockets will not vary in
diameter more than two or three thou
sandths of an inch, measure them which
ever way you will. Scientific testsat some
of the greatest mechanical schools In this
country have demonstrated that a higher
standard of efficiency is obtained with a
Sterling bicycle than with any other nut
In competition with It. And why? Be
cause of a consistent policy which has been
followed for years by the manufacturer of
the Sterling, that of lilgli-grade workman
ship, attention to details of construction,
and the use of the best materials to be found
for each individual part of the wheel's ana
tomy. The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the sci filiations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of using these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
Pacific fluhnm Co., Ltd.,
Gentlemen, We're Ready
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
Die recniirements of everv careful and
economical dresser can be met with per-
tect satisiaction in our selection oi
Clothing, FurnlslilDgs and Hats.
There's nothing lacking to make the
lines complete not a preponderance of
stock, true, but an ample variety that Inr
eludes the very latest fashions of the day,
and the products of the best manufactur
ers of this country. Everything brand
new, of positive value, and marked in
plain figures at prices that our low ex-,
(tenses allow, and which must prove to be
an attraction to buyers who want the best
for the least money. We'd be glad to
have you come In whether you wish to
buy or not.
9 Hold Street :
K"utn for l)i. Dflniel's J,lnen-Mosli
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Toloiliono No. 070.
Silk Hawaiian Flugs I
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310, Port Street,
J. M. WEBB.
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains there in
many articles in Housefurnish
ing Goods, including Crockery
Call and inspect.
You may see something you
AH goods marked in plain
Second floor ; take elevator.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King, struct.
ItSSr-Solc Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
Donkoj It's all very will to up
"Rctnlnnjjwith jon." lconltIj;ii ul
With lllJKilf fllht cuuukIi. ItVi you IU.l
jour bulouginga I objitt to. .limy.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho l?eople5H 3?rovidrM.
rr&Si Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table
Linens and Napkins, and Linen
and Cotton Towels.
Special attention is called to
the above, as the qualities, are
guaranteed, while the prices
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie DPeoplo's Providers.
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One ovs One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
of Sydney, N. S. W., but
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not only furnish you Remedies, but tell you HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is --
C. W. MACFARLANE, ,"
H43 Honolulu, II. I.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 810. Lovo Building, o!U-53G Port St.
nfltAg we have
attention to the fact
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,
and American brands v ity v ity
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store. $::
At the Annual meeting of the stock
holders of The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co., Ltd., held this 7th.day of March
iSqq, the following officers and directors
were elected to serve for the ensuing year:
V. B. Godfrey.Presldent.
J. Ena Vice-President.
J. L. McLean Treasurer.
N. E. Gedge Secretary.
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
W. B. Godfrey. J. Ena, G. N. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, P. A. Schaefer, W. O.
Smith, E, Suhr,
N. E. Gedge,
Honolulu March 1899. 1 162-1 w
Election of Officers.
At a regular meeting of the stockholders
of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., held March
4th, ifc'99, the tollowlng officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year :
F. E. Nichols, President.
, J. P. Morgan, Vice-President.
A. V. Gear, Secretary.
T. E. Wall, Treasurer.
T. F. Lansing, Auditor.
'I he above officers constitute the Board
neglected to call your
that we handle Cigars,
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY. -
Further particulars of
Real Estate Aent ,
And Auctioneer, it
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn goods on the col
ters of merchants who advertise