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THE EVENING BrLLETtN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAttOH 1G, 18J9.
Pjbllihtd Every Day, except Sunday, t no King
treet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAHRINGTON Editor
DANIEL I.CK.UN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, MAIL IB, lbi)9,
Hocretury Alper is B"on 'o visit
tho Paeitio Const. There's uo
reneon why In uliould not pxtonci
Lie trip to Ilnwuii even if the
Admiral Dowoy hiivh Hint he
inny never rimch homo alive. Thin
will nover do. Tlulf the peoplo of
tho United StnteH urn limiting
onto life just to eio I)ewiy whnu
ho comes hmo.
First it wiih mud iiud now it is
the bent tlint worried th boyn in
blue in the Philippines. They
CHti eny with the Into Hamillon
Fieh of the Rough Riders thM
"war is n" "'" '' "
And the Imsiiie's community
reals ensy nt percent. Whnt
over the percpi.t mny bo todny il
will lie hipbor tomorrow. Pro
rainms nre ttavelinu by lenps and
bounds. And why houhln't thpy ?
Now it'rt an election we hnvo on
baud. Ah member of the pros,
eut legielnturo bold their com
missions from President McHin
ley, enn tho people elert tht-ir
successors without the sanction of
"Another steamer" soys tb
British Araericnn line, "More
stenmers" eny tho PnciOc Mail
and Oceanic lines. And still they
come. Hawaii pets better ser
vice, more money nnd business
forges abend on sound progressive
California legislators aro said
to bo enger to break tho Senatorial
dendlock. The snmo was true
two months ago, but no one sepnu
sullicioutly cngtrto chnngo bis
voto and settle the thine. Mem
bers of tho legislature are some
thing nfttr tho ordfr of tho old
Tweed ring standing iu a circle
nnd acciihinc the oMior fellow.
PUKSUMPriOX AN ADMISSION
Tho oflicial organ this morning
announces tbnt Minister Damon
is "presumed" to have "(jiivon oul
the secrets of tho Cabinet moot
ing." "Whother this presumption
is correct or not we do not know,
but tho Advertiser by this pre
sumption admits tho tru'.h of
statements which it bns previous
ly sought to dony. Conspiracy
or no conspiracy an attnek wns
mndo upon Minister King's posi
tion in the Interior Department
nnd Mr. Dole lout practical neBiut
nnceto this attack .until bi ought to
timo by one of hid Cabiuot Min
iBters. Mr. Dole ovidoutly did
not recognize Iho superiority of
President McKiulcy's appointive
power uulil all possibility of so
curing tho chunco nnder the II u
waiiau constitution was blocked
by tho firm stand of Minister
Damon. "Whethpr Mr. Dole hnd
any direct grievauco agniust Mr.
King or not we do not know, but
by listouing to Mr. King's oppon
ents, by allowjug the suggestion
of n chaugu that was not ontiiely
volunlnry on Mr. King's part, Mr.
1 Dole showed himself weak when
eveu the dignity of bis ofiice
should mado him strong, hesitat
ing when ho should have been
positive, prnctically iutriguiug
when his personal respect for an
officer of his own nppointmeut
should have mndo him open and
above boird toward Mr. King iu
dealing with nil criticism of him
aud his dopnrtinput.
Mr. Dold thrust Minister Da
mon, one of his appointees, into
tho positiou of tnkiug tho positive
fetniightfonvnrd staud tlittt tho
peoplo liavft ronson to expect from
the chief executive. Mr. Damon
has not sulTored iu tho oateem of
tho peoplo for tho direct opposi
tion be offered, far from it, but it
was not Mr. Dolo's fault that he
did not. It remained for Mr.
Dumou to exhibit that assortive
stability of character and decisivo
action wuioh mark tho capable
chief txecutivo. That n Minister
ot tho Cabinet should bo forced
into such a position is a coraploto
demonstration of Mr. Dole's lack
of executivo capacity. It was
palpable weakuoss on Mr. Dolo's
part fiom tho results of which ho
cnunot escape when seeking fur
thor emoluments of oflico boforo
tho fuporior nppoiutivo power
which for tho first timo siuce the
Nuwlauds resolution was passed
the ollicial organ has by force of
ciicumstauccs como to recoguizo,
And this recognition has come
only when it became necessary to
hatch up au exouso to cover the
pxecutive's iucapricity and defont.
ITALY'S HAND IN CHINA
Romo, March 8 Tho Italian
Government is fully determined
to obtain uu apology from China
for tho Tsung-h Yamon's refusal
of the do in and of tiignor Martino,
Italiau Minifter at Peking, of a
concession at San Muu bay, pro
viuce of Clio Kiaog, to bo used as
a unval base nod a coaling station.
A squadron of livo cruibers, with
100 guns and 1GU0 men, will soon
arrivo at 81111 Muu bay.
Kxilonnn nt Ti'iilnn.
Toulon, March 5. Tho naval
magazine of La Goubraua, botweon
Liizyno and Toulon, iu the depnrt-
nartniont ol Vnr, bouthern 1' ranee,
exploded at 2:!iU this morning.
All of tho soldiers on duty at the
nmnziuo were killed nnd a num
ber of inhabitants of tho district
buildings, which wore razed, also
foil victims. Forty corpses have
alrendy becu recovered. The
cause of tho explosion is not
This morning's sitting of tho
Executivo Council was entirely
taki'n up with consideration of tho
Hawaii' railway matter. Mr.
Thurston rt-presenlingtho promot
ers wa closeted with'tho Presi
dent and Cabiuot for two or three
hours. No decisions havo trans
pired, but tho business is to bo
Punuhau a Netr Jir.i'y Coriioriiilnn.
Trouton, N. J., March 7.
Among a largo number of'compa
1110 incorporated hero yorlorday,
California contributes tho new
Paauhuu, Hawaii Sugnr Compa
nv, with S5,00.i,()00 capital, nnd
tho Sl.OOO.OUO Santa Fo Tormina!
Company. A. H. Payson of San
Mateo is trusteo for 1)995 of its
Aliont Mujor Collin.
Major Collin, paymaster aboard
the Valencia who has SI ,250,000
in coin iu his charge, joined tho
Army many years ago as a
private in tho Twoutytliird Ohio
regiment. President Mckinley
was then captain of his company.
The Major wns through thoOubnn
campaign and expects to romniu
iu Mauila for snmo time.
'1Mb Ilriiyfun Iti'vlilon.
Paris, March G. The United
Conns of Cassation met today un
der tho presidency of M. Mazeuu
ami nppomted M. Billot do Beau
pro, who succeed M. (uesnay do
Beaarripiiiro as presidont of tho
civil division of tho court, to ro-
port upon the iipp'ioation for a
revisiou of tho Dreyfus trial.
Unvli vii. Slcl'lj-he.
Attorney Geo. Davis nnd Tom
MoTigho got into a littlo altera
tion over a money matter this
moruiui; which ended iu the sum
moning tothopilico station tho
hitler for promising to break Mr.
Davis neck. Tho caso will como
up in tho Police Court tomorrow
Tim Va 11 Itniul.
For a whole week, tho stage has
boon- unable to go over tho Pali
road on account of the very bad
condition of tho lower part, caused
by tho recent heavy rains. Tho
mails havo to bo taken ovor on
horseback and peoplo travollng
buck and forth havo hnd to do the
samp, os they did beforo tho now
road was built.
Tho walls of tho 0. Brewer fe
Co. block aro rising.
Another Allrniiil to Drilri'y.
Paris, March 8. Dispatches
which reached here from Ton Ion
today coutirm tho report recoived
from thoro last night and cabled
to the Associated Press that twelvo
dyuamito cartridges woro found
bohiud tho Toulou Araonnl yester
day and that 1111 unidontilied per
son fired a revolver at a sentry on
duty at tho arsonnl. It appeals
that two shots were fired at the
seutrv beforo tho Montelay Maga
zine nt 7 o'clock last night. Tho
guards were turned out and pat
rols woroVnnt to scour the neigh
borhood, but tho culprits woro not
discovered. Tho Bcntry says ho
saw six mon runmuu away, lue
magazine contains quantities of
powder, tneliuito aud dynamite
Jlr. MiHlinn .liny Ntny.
D. H. Shahan, formerly of tho
printing departmont of tho Ha
waiian Gazette Co., who came with
live other printers in the Valencia
Monday, may remain iu Honolu
lu. Mr. Shahau says that this lit
tle plac is good enough for him.
Certainly, his many friends iu tho
city will bo glad to have him with
them again. Mr. Shahan statps
that he and the othor printers iu
tho Valencia aro not iu tho employ
of tho Govorumeut, but that their
intention was to go to Mauila fur
tho purposo of assisting tho man
who has tho Govorumeut contract
Atlvunco In ICMliml Hiitfnr.
New York, March G. An all
rouud advauco in tho prico of ie
fined sugars was mndo today by
the Americnn Sugar Reliuiug
Compauy, Arbucklo Bros, aud
Howell, Son & Co., tho lust named
firm representing tho independ
ent refiners. Tho advance is 1 8
cent a pound, bringing barrel
sugar up to 5 1-8 cnts and pack
age sugar to 5 cents Tho Mol
leuhauer rofiuory, ono of tho in
dependent concerns, resumed
KIpUiilT Still Improving.
Now York. March 8. Lnst night
iu Rudyard Kipling's apartmonts
111 tho Grenoble wns Iho nuiotest
since tho author was taken ill.
Only tho nurse was astir. TIip
patient rested comfortably nil
night, his sleep being natural, as
.he has been for several days.
Elsi'J Kipling, the 3-year-old
invalid, al-io had v comfortable
night, aud is improving steadily.
Xotlrn tn Wll.piii.l.
The manufacturers of the Sterllnc wheel
are the originators of the socnlled tanget
spokes, in tins metnou or construction,
the stress comes In a direct line from end
to end of the spokes, and the entire spoke
is in tention. Bending the spoke at right
angles at the end stretches Its fibres on
on one sice of the bend and 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 tensil strenpth,
in front wheel 750 pounds, and in the rear,
850 pounds, all the stress coming on the
head, they are practically indestructible.
You buy a Sterling; It pleases you. Will
you not buy another when you need it?
Why of course, you will. And when your
friend thinks of buying a wheel he asks
you which is the best to buy, yourSterilng
has given you complete satisfaction, and
you naturally will tell him so. See the
new 09 model at the store of the Pacific
Cycle & AVf'g Co. Price fCb.co for Ladies
and Gent's high grade Roadster.
A.U8TJN In Honolulu, March 14,
18JI9, to the wife of H, C. Austin, u
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 Hardware Co., Ltd.
Gentlemen, We're Ready
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
The requirements of every careful and
economical dresser can be met with ?ev
feet 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 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 Hotel Street : : WaTCrtey BlOCi
Agents for Dr. Di'lmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Cntuloirue.
We Make Shirts to Order. -
Tolophono o. 07(1.
Hawaiian Souvenir Bad&es!
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
316 Fort Street,
J. AT. WEBB.
In two designs and colors : Pink
and Green. Sets of 56 pieces,
So. 90 and $10.65.
Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are worth your in
spection. W. W, Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt Block, King street
8Qr"Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TAltO TATOU FIDDMSS.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed Repairing
-Nn. 21DK KINfl ST.
Corner Klnc and Alakea Sis., Honolulu.
GSnitnvH, : I71nxlolcK,
TAUO PATCH riDDLCS.
Workmanship and material guaranteed. Repairing
1 Pine Billiard Table with all ap
4 First-class Lots centrally located.
ii5Vim G. E. BOARDMAN.
ForBoiiB wishing to obtain Itoard nt
Mukiiwito, M.uil, can be wcommudiUod
.if MILS. 11. 11. IIAILHY'f!
Toruw, J10 iwrweok. 055-Orn
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
4$ 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. sachsIry goods company, Lira.
STRONG AID WHITE!
THEO. H. DAVIES CO, LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One op
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
ot ayuney, in. a. w., dui
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not onlv furnish vou Remedies, but tell vou HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolophono 81G. lovo Building, 5:M-53G Tort St.
a&& We have neglected to call youp
attention to the fact that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,
and American brands. 5 xjfe2
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store. feSig
Executor's Sale of Real
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
under and pursuant to an order issued out
of the Circuit Court of the Plrst Circuit,
in the Estate of Manuel A. Rarete. de
ceased, 1 am directed by Antonio Richard.
uxecutor 01 said ustate, in pursuance or
said order, tn sell at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, on Monday, the
icth day of April, 1809. at, 12 o'clock noon
of that day, at my salesroom on Queen
street, in the city of Honolulu, all and sin
gular tint certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Kalihl, Honolulu aforesaid, and
being a portion of Royal Patent 3546, L. C.
A. 10408, and more particularly described
as follows: Commencing N W. corner of
this land and running N. 5I1 ' E. 148
feet along K.ihaulkt; N. 85" oo' E. 3Gfeet
along Railroad; S. iqu 30' V. 5CG feet along
W. L. Wilcox; N. 32oo' E. 4(p feet along
V. L. Wilcox to Initial point. Area 3 3-10
TERMS CASH I Deeds at expense of
Eurchaser, and sale subject to confirmation
y the Circuit Court of First Circuit.
For further particulars apply to CECIL
BROWN, Attorney for the Executor.
uateu Honolulu, m.ircn 14111. i&io.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The Bulletin, 7Gc per month.
& Elevator Co.'s
One Hundred Animals,
POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
Honolulu, H. I.
$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
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
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