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THE EVKMNG IWLIjKTIN: HONOLULU, B. I., MAIIOII 13, 1899.
Published Lvery Day, except SunJay, at no King
. street, Honolulu, II. I., tr the
BULLETIN PUULISIUNG COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJIlof
OANIEL 16CAN "CltvlilliT
MQNDAY, MAHOU 13, 1899.
The Inst hiuI tributes of roipct
bavebeou paid the mortal remuinB
of tho PriiicesB Kaiulnui. Uudor
tho universal yriof of tlrn hour Lin
waii'B loss pcoqis irropnralilf, but
memory will keep ntive the beupfi
ceut Ioshoijb ami they wern ninny
of her life. By hnr pood vorkn
the l)duvid Pritjceaa was known
to this generation nud will be
known to thoBO of the futuro.
OAHINI-.T ANI Till: TltllAM'llY.
I The principal fentnio of Minis
ter Smith's statement rognrditig
the diuVrprjcos that ositt in the
Oiibinet is that lie dpuicB nny c n
spirncy cgnimt Milliliter King.
Ab tho Bulletin's informnut is n
man whoso veracity Mr. Smith
would not presume to attack mid
vice versa, the only conclusion ib
that the gontlemcn have individual
interpretations of tho word "con
Neither Mr. Smith nor Mr.
Dole will deuy that tho statements
credited to Minister Damon in
Friday's Bulletin nro statements
of fact. Tho situation ns it if
presented today indicates that Mr
Dole has been hojitrttiug belwon
tho counsels of SMinisteri Damou
and King on the ono baud and
Miuister Smith ou tho other
Minislpr Cooper has not yet been
hoard from. That Minister Da
mon found it necessnry to defpud
Mr. King's position would also
indicato that Mr. Dolo loaned
toward tho acceptnnco of tho King
opposition fOrces until brought
up with n roimd turn by Mr. D
mon. It was certainly not a very
high compliment to Mr. Damon
to suggest to him that he etop
from tho Fiuanco Department to
the Foreicu ofiice which is todaj
a practical nonenity. Who was to
become Minister of Finance ns it
risult of this chaugo ?
Whilo ndmitHug Mr. SmithV
Btatomout that the discussion that
hn been going on is not a "con
spiracy" from his standpoint, it
cinuot bo denied that tho otlicialn,
whom Mr. Dolo in his Harpers
"Weekly article represented a8 op
posed to tho spoils system in
in American politics nro not nbove
very serious play in politics.
Tho wholo proposition seems to
turn on whether Miuister Damou
shall unlock the government cof
fers thereby failing to hold a
rosorve for government expenses
wbou the iucome, resulting from
tho extension of American laws,
shall be reduced, and whether
Minister King shall whoop it up
on public improvements using
with a froo hnud tho money of tho
loan and current account funds
which the Advortisor claims
should bo doled out with a more
There nro thnso in the
last legislature who maintain that
tho now loan fund bill was passed
with the understanding that tho
money should not bo uroJ inevout
of annexation. As this does not
appear in tho bill, it does not cut
much figure except in their pros
ont opinions. It is necessary
however that the financial depart
ment of this government should
be conducted on conservative Hires
and with due regard for tho fact
that tho United States does not
assume all of tbo public indebted
ness of Hawaii and does not pun
rautco to make good a 'deficit
whioh might result from tho
shortage in inconn duo to tho
loss of tho custom houBO nnd other
sources of revonuo that will pass
into the bauds of the Fodoral
Of till omanizations on oarth, a
government can ill afford tospecu
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Into in fiitur". Minister Damou
cnu ill afford tu support a jnlicy
that will bo highly libornl today,
but when much of the income
of bis ilopiutiucnt is cut off will
bo h'ghly "short sighted nud
foolish" tomonow. Should the
crash, which tho Advertiser hns
warned against as resulting from
an inflation of values, actually come
tho business community would be
in a pretty kv ttlo of fish if it wore
found that tho government wore
caught iu the dilema.
Tho Bulletin believes that the
values of today nud tho progress
of tho futuro are based on sound
financial ground', but it does not
yot nppenr that tho government
income to bo derived from this
development, under our prosent
laws, will be sufficient to reim
burse the locnl treasury for tho
loss occasioned by Iho wiping out
of it- present resources. Minis
tor Damon is right in going slow,
nnd until tbo legislature meets to
mako provision for contingencies
thnt were not in existeuco nt the
LAID ROYALLY TO REST.
Continued from Page 1.
Uev Timotoo, Ituv Kihara? Oapt
Murriwoathor, of tho Salvation
Catholic Clnrpy: Bishop' of
PauopoliH and Fathers Adoluort,
Aloys, Sultan, Francis and
Snmlirixl f!lin?r nt fif. Aiwlrnur'o.
Cathedral. Bishon of Honolulu
and Aoglicau clergy.
Tim Pnnlan. ntirnlirrinr Q41.
nbout 200 of them besides tho
shaft holders drawing tho hearse
wmi ropes, tue remainder marcu
iiir in front. Thov wern lrnnipf1
in whito trousers, bluo shirts nud
wlnto hats, besides wvaring red
capes with yellow crescents.
Knnci enntnined thn Pnnifin Mnil
whnrf poolas, nnd Keonoulu the
uccamo wnart poolas. Holding
the bhafts of tho hoarao wore:
Kami, Pakaka, Apaki, Palau, Ka
mn. Uiho. Kenlnkai. Keliiaa. Li-
kalo and Kawaihon.
Pall beoreri, richt J. W. Rob
ertson, A. B. LoebenFtein, J. Hay
Wodohoueo, J. U (Jarter, Samuel
Parker, F. M. Swanzy and Goo.
W. Mncfarlane: loft F. A
Schnofer, J. H. Boyd, H. E.
Cooper, T. Olivo Davies, S. K.
Kane, William Haywood and
Kahili bearers, on oither sido
of tho hearse: Largo kahilis
Keola Keiki, Kinikake, Duke Ka
bannmokuaud Wniwaiole: Golden
balls D. K. Unnuna and A. K.
Hoapili; smnll kahilis J. M. Koa
E. H. Hart, J. L. Holt, Johu
Jones, J. A. Aheong, 0. B.
D wight. Charles U. Clark, M. E
Silva, Henry West, J. K. Knne
puu, John H. Wise and A. Ka
leiknu. Several lighted torches
wero also curried.
Carriage containing Hon. A. S.
Oleghoru, Mrs. J. W. ltobortsou
and Mrs. J. H. Boyd, followed by
tho carriage of ox Queon Liliuo
kalaui, the carriage of Her Ma
jesty the Queon Do'wnger with
rrinco liawanannKou, I'nnco lia
lauianaolo nud wifo.
Carriages followed containing
President Dole nnd Colonel J. H.
Soper; the official nnd consular
personages and otbors mentioned
ub present at the church services.
Ono hour aftor tho body was
carried out of tho church, tho head
of the procession appeared at the
entrnuce to tho mausoleum. Tho
gatos and posts on oithor side of
tho ouclosuro wore decorated with
Besides the burial party and tho
invited people, fow wero admitted
to tho mnusoleum. Bishop Willis
concluded tho sorvicesfor tho dead
inside, the surplicod choir assist
ing. Organist Taylor played soft
music a a cabinet organ, continu
ing ntter tho close of tho ritual.
Floral emblems wero sot nbout
tho interior. A crown of whito
asters was on a stand at tho head
of the casket, which was placed
on a bior in tho middle of the
mnin room. A royal purplo rug
wns artistically gathored under
tho bior. Tho foot of
tho casket was directly opposite
tho head of tbo coffin of Princess
Lijcelike, mother of tho now la
mented ohiofpBB. At tho head of
tho mothor's coffin, among savoral
llornl offerings, was a ball of yol
low (lowers on a staff.
M"rn";::,:s.,!'r,,r,;Gentleinen. We're Ready
mn uumi. a. nr ui:iiiii Buiiuinvn
wero draping tbo landscape bofore
ho sadly turned his faci toward
lovoly but tVrribly lonoly Aiunhnu.
THE PARTITION OF SAMOA
No Formal Proposition Has Yet
German; Is Walling For Others to Take the
Initiative Reasons For Withdrawing
From the Philippines.
Loudon, Mar. 2 Replying to a
question on the Samoan situation
in tho House of Commons today,
tho Parliamentary Secretary of the
Foreign Office, thoBt.Hon.St.John
Broderick said no forrard. propo
sals for-tho paititiou of tho Sa
moan islands had been made by
Negotiations, ho added, wore
proceeding between tho thrco
powors iutorested, respecting tho
UKIlMA.t Ol'FlCIAL SPISAKH.
Borlin, March 2 A high Ger
man authority who prefers to bo
nnmolcBe, assuros tho American
correspondent that the motives
which induced Gormnuy to intrust
tho protection of Germans in tho
Philippiuo islands are simple
The Kaiseriu Augusta and other
Germnu warships in tho Far East
nro needed in Chinese
waters owing to tho recent dis
turbances and Germany feels that
Gorman interests arc snfo under
tho protection of Americans.
Ibis implies, of courso, a high
compliment to tho United States,
but it is only in consonnuco with
sovernl proviotH declarations
mndo by Baron Von Benlow, the
Germnu miuibtor of forcigu
Regarding Samoa, tho eamo
hipb Gorman authority said Ger
many was awaiting tho initiative
of tho other powtrs if tho divi
sion of tho islands is toboenrricd.
The officials of tho Gorman
Navy Department say the German
third class cruisor Fulke will be
relieved by tho Gorman fourth
class cruiser Sperber. The new
German gunboat incur is coini;
to China, making n total of twen
ty-five German warBbips ou for-
Notlro to YVIirelmrn.
The manufacturers of the Sterllnc wheel
are the originators of the socalled tanget
spokes. In tills method of construction,
the stress comes in a direct line from end
to end of the spokes, and the entire spoke
Is In tentlon. Bendlnc the spoke nt richt
angles at the end stretches its fibres on
on one sice or tne oena ana compresses
those on the other. Initial strains are
thereby Induced and the spokes greatly
weakened. Eacli spoke used in the Ster
ling wheel Is guaranteed tensll strength,
In front wheel 750 pounds, and in the rear,
850 pounds, all the stress coming on the
head, they are practically Indestnictable.
tou ouy a sterling; it pieuses you. win
you not buy another when you need It?
Whv of course, vou will. And when vour
friend thinks of buying a wheel he asks
you wliicn is tne Dest to ouy, yoursteriing
has given vou complete satisfaction, and
you naturally will tell him so. See the
new 99 model at the store of the Pacific
i-ycie m'l'g i-o. I'rice ? 00.00 lor Lames
and Gent's high grade Roadster.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the scf 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
uuunuiiu uu., mil.,
DnnifiA ilonlwopn P.rt
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
1 he requirements' of every careful nnd
economical dresser can be met with per
fect satisfaction in our selection of
Clothing, Furnishings 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 tills country. Everything brand
new, of positive value, and marked In
plain figures at prices that our low ex
penses 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 wisli to
buy or not.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCiley BlOCl
Agenta tor Dr. Delinol'a Llucn-Meeh
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. G70.
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains there in
many arti Jes in Housefurnish
ing1 Goods, including Crockery
Call and inspect.
You may see something you
AH goods marked in plain
Second floor ; take elevator.
.Von Holt Block, King street.
EfiySole Acents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TAKO TATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1130 :; No. 210K KING ST.
Jose ile Isiito Santos,
Corner King and Alakea Sis., Honolulu.
GruitarN, : "UlciiloleH,
TARO PATCH TIDDLCS.
Workmanship anj material iruaranteeJ. Repairing
1104 a specially.
: Fine Billiard Table with all ap
4 First-class Lots centrally located.
nsvim G. E. DOARDMAN.
rersniiH wishing to obtain board nt
Makavno, Maul, can bo socoiiimotlatod
at MIIS. II. l. UAILEV'S,
Tonus, 10 porwook. 055-Cm
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho DPooplc-'H Providers.
(TtpJks 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 DRTGOODS COMPANY, LIMITeI
Tho People's I-roviclexs. '
Ogden Milling & Elevator'Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or 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, j
1143 Honolulu, H. I. '
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
, City Furniture Store,
sS2 We have neglected to call your
attention to the fact1 that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,
and American brands. -ii t&t
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store. $&&
At the Annual meeting of the stock
holders of 1 he Inter-Island Steam Navlfja
tion Co., Ltd., held tills 7th. day of March
i8gg, the following officers and directors
were elected to serve for the ensuing year:
W. B. Godfrey President.
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, F. A. Schaefer, W. O.
Smith, E. Suhr,
N. E. Gedge,
Honolulu March 7 iSqq. 1 162-1 w
Election of Officers.
At a regular meeting of the stockholders
of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., held March
4th, 1899, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year
F. E. Nichols, President.
J. F. Morgan, Vice-President.
A. V. Gear, Secretary.
T. E. Wall, Treasurer.
T. F. Lanslng,,Auditor.
The above officers constitute the Board
A. V. GEAR,
n 63-1 w y Secretary.
Building, 5SJL-53G Eovt St.
$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 Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
No shop-worn gcoch on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
The Bulletin. '