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THE EVENING BPIJjWTJK: HONOLULU, B. I., MARCH 14, 1809.
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
TUESDAY, MAllOH 14, 1890.
It's clear Fftiling for ii year
more Now watch tlio stock
Whatever Mr, Damon's ,titud
mnv have cost him in llio whv f
otlicinl friendships nod slurs from
Iho official nrgnti, lu can rest im-
stired th.it ho hus the' support f
At Inst the gunboat BunniuKtou
has been in action. Honolulu
need not bo told with what nl'i-
crity tho officers nod men accept
ol tho opportunity to take pait in
If tho St' r would slop riilllinu
around in drastic generalities it
might nrcoinpliah bomothing
Whut it wants in tlmt newspaper
repretentatives Huall bo allowtd
to go on board China steamors to
get the usual news from the pnr
Bcr. Thin rpquo.t is n ivat-otmbli
one. Whv not bo honest aud opu
when a fight in made. ? It cvitt
nothing and nt least merits res
peet of tlioso who r not of tho
President MoKinloy'ri appoint
mout ot Senator Gray to a circuit
judgeship iu the pa moot of a
tional and political debt tlmt will
bo sanctioned by mou of evuiy
party. Gray is it Democrat and
when ho accepted tho appoint
ment to tho Peace Commission
was fairly certain that Im was
giviDg up a reelection to his seat
in tho Senate, lie slood by the
-President with steadfast integrity
and earned tho reward tho Presi
dent has confi rifd.
As predictod by tho Bulletin
Boon hfter tho holiday recoup, tin
Fifty Fifth Congress hns passed
into hitoryivithout decisive ac
tiou iu favor of Hawaii. So far
as Ameiican legislation is con
corned Hawaii is left to go its own
way for another year without the
hope of oven u cablo to keop us in
toucli with tho American head
quarters. Tho local government
is doubtless entirely satisfied
with tho result and tho peoplo arc
far from satisfied. But it is un
less to worry over what might
have been. The territory is as
sured of a full year of prosperity
without the dillicultio thit must
necessarily arise from a general
change effecting tho business
community. Our future is as
sured bo far a3 sovereignty is con
corned and tho duty of the hoar
is for the people ot the territory to
put their shouldero to tho wheel
and keop the affairs of the islands
moving along the lines of Amnti
can progress, though thoso lines
lined by virtue of Cuncressinrial
inaction may bo politically limited.
AMI 'Mill OltlJA.V ON
Tho official organ sidlos away
from tho Cabinet disagreement
with its usual funny story and an
attempt to discredit tho truthful
and completo statement of facts
given by the Bulletin A no
ticeable feature of tho Advertiser's
commonts is j hat it doos not deny
and doos not dare deny that
discussions have been held with
a view to displacing Minister
King, an action which would
practically discredit the adminis
tration of his offico.
Tho Advertiser's funny story
is valuablo in auother paitioular.
Tho oflioial organ is now on record
as asserting that "Minister King
holdB his commission from Prosi
dent Mo Kio ley an I not from Mr.
Dole." The peoplo aro oprtainly
pleas o.l t) recoivo this informa
tion from an official soured and
will follow closely with what
consistent action the oflioial
PublUtitJ Every Day, txuft SunJay, at io KlnR
ttt. lionoluta, H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
W. R. FRKINCiTON Bi
e'relo follows this statement
of app lint vo policy. Already
ono ino insistency has appeared
by Mt'iistt-r Smith's assertion iu
an A'lvoitisor interviow relating
to his resignation as Attorney
Goueral: 'Action was deferred
up.Mi the matter from time to time,
until it fpponring recently that
legislation by Congress, upon tho
porrainrnt form of Govornmout
woull go over uutil next session,
I informed Mr. Dole that action
upotT the resignation must be
Thus a Cabiuet Minihtr, whom
wosupios' takes tho eaina view
ni tl o Advertiser tlmt tho solo
poiver of appointment or removal
rests with President McKinley
informs Mr. Dolo that action upon
his tosignattou must bo taken.
Horoisatixt for auother Adver
tiser funny story entitled tho
"Giga-ilic Bluff or How "Wo
Didn't Emit) " Or aro the peo
p'o to infer llmt Mr. Dolo as
sumes thu authority to accept re
signations and appoint now ofli
cers whoa such action suits his
ploanuo, uud when tho cares of
state presi too heavily upon him,
ho turns the mattor ovor to his
assistatit Prosideut McKinley?
Tho whole affair with tho
exception of Mr. Damon's
pos tiou, is ou of under
haudol double doaling and
questionable politic il friondship.
If Mr. Dole thought of Mr.
King's possible resignation with
sufficient favor to approach Min
ister Diiuon ou the question, tho
course of houor was for Mr. Dolo
to mako an open and straightfor
ward statoaiont of his position; to
become au honnat opponent and
demonstrate that positive charact
oristic which dignities the position
of a chief executive. Such a course
would not havo boon popular but
it would havo commaudod tno ros
pect which houoat opiuion oponly
expressed always merits.
It is trua Minister King's re
situation will not be asked for aud
Milliliter Ki'uk will not resign, but
the hesitating attitude of Mr. Dolo
is on record, Mr. Damon's posi
tive, ptraihtf irnanl attitude is on
record and for presout purposes
that is all that is necosary.
CONGRESS' CLOSING HOURS.
Continued from Page 1.
It wa9 a scene to live a lifotimo
to witupss aud a fitting and pa
triotic climax for tho great war
Congress. Down iu front the
nallunt General Henderson, with
his caue aloft, was beating time
for the air, while all around on
the floor and in tho galleries tho
inspiring words poured out iu
immense volume. Tho emotional
side of tho vast concourse was
touched, aud there wero tears in
many eyes. When tho anthem
was concluded General Hender
son started "Auld Lang Syue,"
aud it also was snug witii n will.
Suddenly John Murray Mitclioll
waveil aloft a small American the
and mombors aud galleries went
wild, joiuing iu singing "The
Hed, Whito and Blue."
While tho Ringing was in pro
gress Hull of Hull bill fame jump
ed ou a desk with a largo red,
whito and blue streamer, waving
it to the rhythm of tho air and
redoubling tho tumult. A voico
from tho gallery shouted. "Three
cheers for Dowey 1" and they wore
given with violouco and explosive
vigor. Then thero wore three
oheors for tho army aud navy and
filially for "Jos" Whet'lor. This
wonderful demonstration conclud
ed with tho singing of the "Doxo
logy." i i i "
NEW OCEANIC STEAMERS
Philadelphia, March 4. Nego
tiations havo been concluded for
the building by tho Cramps of
two, and parlnps three, largo
ships for tho Oriental and Occi
dental Steamship Company of
which oompaiiy John D. Sprec
kols is president.
The now vi3q!s will bo of
about GOtlOO tons each, furnished
with twin screws hnd capable of
avoraging seventeen kuots un
They will ply between San
Francisco and Syduoy, N. S. W.,
touching at Honolulu.
HAWAII RAILWAY OH DECK
Attomw Thurston Represents the
Scheme at Executive Chncll Board.
Vacancies In Boards ol Registration Are Con
sidered Without Action Sunday
Schools and Kindergartens.
Tho Hawaii railway achonio
which tho Bulletin gave exclu
BIVE publicity to about ten days
ago, was dio principal themo of
discussion iu tho Executive Couu-
oil this morning. L A. Thurston
was present as attorney for the
promoters, submitting suudry
proposition relative to government
aid and oncouiagomcut to the pro
joct. Tho matter was continued
An application from the Sunday
School Union was received, for
tiHfl of tho Executive building
grounds for a grand rally some
timo in May.
A petition was presented from
the 1" reo Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Aid Association, for tho re
moval of tho hack stand from tho
vicinity of Queen Emma hall.
Owing to the otaenco of the Min
ister of tho lntorior, tho petition
was not discussed.
There waH eonie talk ovor tho
construction of tho law rolatini: to
tho withdrawal of deposits from
the Postal Savings Bank.
Vacancies iu the boards of elec
tion registration wero considered
without final action.
I'oprt Ktunillly Imjirot Intr.
Borne, March !. Tho Pope ent
in an armchair from noon until 3
o'clock. He continues to improve,
and has a good appetite, aud dang
or is regarded as past.
Tho Tope's condition at J) o'clock
this evening is satisfactory. Today
ho told Mgr. Augeli that ho had
road a collection of newspaper ar
ticles ou his illness aud was pleas
ed to find that all spoke respect-
lully ot turn.
No CiiIiIh to tlutvall.
Washington, March 3. Tho
House, by a vole of 77 lo 102, to
day rofused to concur in tho Sen
ate amendment to tho sundry
civil bill, providing ,for tho con
struction of a Government cable
Notlr. lo Wheelmen.
The manufacturers of the Sterling wheel
are the originators of the socalled tanget
snokes. In this method of construction,
the stress comes in a direct line from end
to end of the spokes, and the entire spoke
is in tendon. Mending the spoke at right
angles at the end stretches Its fibres on
nn one side of the bend and compresses
those on the other. Initial strains are
thereby Induced and the spokes greatly
weakened. Each spoke used in the Ster
ling wheel Is guaranteed tensll strength,
In front wheel 7W oounds. and In the rear.
850 pounds, all the stress coming on the
Head, tney are practically inaestructaoie.
You buy a Sterling; it pleases you. Will
you not buy another when vou need It?
Whv of course, vou will. And when vour
friend thinks of buying a wheel he asks
you whicii istne nest toouy, your sterling
has given you complete satisfaction, and
you naturally will tell him so. See the
new 99 model nt the store of the Pacific
Cycle & AVf'g Co. Price ffo.oo for Ladles
and Gent's high grade Roadster.
Tk 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
PflP.lflp. llflPlllVAPA P.n .III
uuiiu niuui uiv uui
Gentlemen, We're Ready
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
The requirements of every careful and
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 this country. Everything brand
new, of positive value, and marked In
plain figures at prices that our low ex
penses allow, and w hlch 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 Hotel Strcot
igciit for Dr. Dt'lmel's Jilnen-Muab
Underwear. 80ml for Catalogue.
We friako Shirts to Order.
Tolonhnno No. 070.
Ha waiian SouvenirBadgesl
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310 Port Street,
J. M. WEBB.
In two designs and colors : Pink
and Green. Sets of 56 pieces,
$9.90 and $10.65.
Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are worth your in
spection. W. W, Dimond & Co,,
Von Holt Block, King street.
ESTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"jewel" stoves, uumey iieanaoie !
frlgerators, Primus OH Stoves.
TAltO l'ATCII riDDLES.
Workmanship anJ Material Guaranteed. Repairing
Xo. 210H KING ST,
Comer Klne ana Alakea Sts Honolulu.
GviitrtvH, : TJlculelcs,
TARO PATCH TIDDLES.
Workmanship and material cuaranteeJ Repairing
ncj a specialty.
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
115VI 111 G. E. BOARDMAN.
Tersons wishing to obtain board at
Mtifcuwnn. Mutil. mh Iia Bis'ttmiiimlntmi
1 Tonus, jio porwoolc, 055 -Cm
at MILS. II. II. HATI.KV'N.
Jqsb is (iiimi'iio Suite,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
7?&&3 Will show this week
bleached and unbleached fiaoie
Linens and Napkins, and Linen
and Cotton Towels.
Special attention is called to
the above, as the Qualities are
guaranteed, while the prices
I. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not only furnish you Remedies, but tell you HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is n
C W. MACFARLANE, ..' 1
1143 Honolulu, H. I.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 8iG. Love Building, 5:U-53G Tort St.
t. 2! We have neglected to call your
attention to the fact that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,"
and American brands. aif a$i2
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store, j
On Thuredny oveniug, March
23d, tho grand Oratorio concert
will bo fjivon in Eauinnkapili
ohuroh, for the beneGt of tho
church funds Among tlioso who
will tnko part is Mrs. Geo. W.
Macfarlnno who io par excellence
on oratorio nnniu. Mrs. Mabel
Chamberlain MpikI will piny, 11
violin foIo and Harold Mott-Sinitl)
on his violincello, both selecting
works fioin HhikioI. A Hawaiian
choir will slnn a chorus under
TIipo. lliuhiirl' dinn-linn Ouiib.
Elston Ihn tenor has a number,
while Mis lliilsload, Miss Scott
and Mrs. Damon will sine a trio
from Elijah. Tho Amateur Or
chestra is down for throo numbers
as follows: "Heavous are Tolling"
from tho Creation, tho Intermezzo
from Cnuallnria Uusticana and
MondoUsohn's "Mnroh oE the
Priests" from Athalia. Mr. Horner
Smith of Kamohamoha chnpel will
preside at tho organ. Tho admis
sion will bo fifty conts.
POTT1E & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
N. S. W., but
$250 GASH !
' TO SUIT
75 x 1401 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
WILL E. FlIsHBR
Real Gstate Aent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn goods on the, coun
ters ol merchants who advqitisc in
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