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THE EVENING BI1LLETJN: HONOLULU, H. J., MAIiOH 1G, 18H9.
Published Every Day. except Sunday, at no Klne
itreet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
DANIEL ItXiAN City UJIior
THURSDAY, MAltOU 1(5, 181)9.
Ed. Pollitz is iu town. Nole
tbo unwnrd jump on tho btock
Enemies ot Ministers Drunou
nod Kiug prepared a hot bIci'M
for tliPiti liut Mosrn. King rwd
Duuion don't dmipp worth ii cout.
rm: happy i'auii.v.
For the third otid supposedly
tho Inst tiim it is nnuoiinred
tln AMorm-y General Smith line
Tho funniist prut ot tho whole
bnsineFB will bo to wntch tl'P
o'licifil orgun attempt to Fqniim
out of i's ii'soilion Ihit Cnbinol
Minister-" hold their comruit-siouH
from Pri'pidei.1 MeKiuley nnd not
Mr. Dole. The ouly solution of
tho problem thnt enn bo Rivoti nt
tbo present Iuuh is tlmt the purs
graph in the Nivlrit)da resolution
which rends '"Until Congress shall
provide for the gowiu mout of
said Island", nil tho civil, judicial
nud milit'iiy power exeivised b
the rxieting government of tnid
Ielatids ehall be voplal in such
porson or pen or s ns Iho Presi
dent of tlio Utiittd Slntes shall
direct; nnd the Pnsident sbnl'
hnvo Iho power to it mc vo the euid
ofiiceis, nud Gil tho vncnucies so
occasioned" applies to MiMfbr
King but nol to Minister Smith.
Thero is iiIeo nuolbcr my of
looking nt it. Mr. Dole otnteB in
thcolliciil orgm thnt ho has re
ojivod, nulhorily from Washing
ton to fill nny vacancies in event
of drnth or rifiiguutiou. If this
ii the situation today tho condi
tions wen tho fntne when the
nritlor of securing Minister KingV
resignation wns tnlkid of. Thii
sohemo having MilTcied ipliomi
nious dtfent tlirough tho slnlnlity
of Mr. Dfimon, it bus fallen to the
lot ot the ollicial organ to ninl.a
excuses for tbo uucomfoitable
sitantion bydinct uml absolute
inisreprcseutHlious. Tho orgnn
is freo to accept either interpre
tation it mRy dcsiie. It hns
demouetratcd what coulidooco cau
bo placed in its utterances nud
this last affair comes in very
"pat" with its not forgotten
neutrality utterances of some
Minister Smith nccording to the
oflicinl organ ennuot remain iu the
Cabinet "consistently with splf
respect nnd duo logard for public
interests." Time is Mr. Dole's
immpdinte family broken with dis
sanction and Btrifo. And it unB
only a few months siuco tho oflici
nl organ was calliug tho n promi
nent party lendorn names because
they withdraw their support from
tho present government. Holding
this opinion there is of course no
thing for Mr. Smith to do but po
sitively step down and out. Dur
ing hit) brm of oflieo ho hns nl
ways commanded tho roppct of
tho people if not pipu'urily. His
opinions hnvo boon straightfor
ward, bis ndvoeiioy or onpot-i
tion powerful and hs no indufatig
ablo woiker in the departments
under his euro ho has beon ui'h
out n supeiior. Tliosa who have
been oppontd to him on nny prop
osition CAtiuot fail to express ml
miration for bis tennciiy of pur
poBO nnd the g-nernl sliik'oitive
neBS of his character. Just what
aro his opiuioiiB "on mntters.of
public interest" that led to his re.
bignatiou does not appour, but it
has evident that his views have
snffored defeat in which cast his
positive withdrawal isu very nata.
' Who will Gil Mr Smith' idneo
is tho next question. Minshr
Coop r is the logical candidate if
ho will accept it. Under pre emit
conditions tin duties of tho Min
ister of Foreign Affairs are not so
arduous that tho two positions
ennnot bo merged into ono and u
big government Hilary savul.
Whilo the constitution of tho Re
public requires four in tho Cabinet
the nuthotity given President Mc
Kinley by Cougrpes is sufficient
to inako such changes iu oflicinl
life here ns the ciroumslnuces of
changed sovereignty may require
Theu ngniu by n rtductiou of num
bers iu Ihe Cabinet, the uuhappi
ncsH in Iho Hippy Family U more
likely to icsult in fulGlliug ihe of
licinl organ's representation thnt
the support of Mr. Dolo is n "link
ed Bwostnesi long drnwn out."
Thero aro cnpablo toon outside tho
Cabinet who could till Mr. Smith's
pUco nnd none moro capable thnu
A'ex. Robortcon, but it is doubtful
whether tho capable men will cire
to take tho phec, to Gnisb out tho
frig end of an ollieo that hns not
mote tlmn n year oE existence be
.till. NMITII SAYS ALOHA.
At about 8:tJ0 o'clock this
foieuoon tho wholo pnlioo foro
uadnr Citplniu Parker, nespmblod
iu tho etitimi house yard, facing
the mountains, to hoar n farewell
speech by W. O. Smith, bend of
tho department. At about 0
o'chek, Mr. Snath, accompanied
by Marshal Drown, Deputy Mar
shals Hitchcock nnd Chilling
worth, Judge Wilcox, Assistant
Deputy Attorney General Atkin
son, H. M. Dow nnd J. lintcbelor,
entered tho yard.
Air. Smith addressed the polico
firtt iu English nnd theu Hawai
ian, expi easing his regret nt
soveriug his connection with tho
polico department of Honolulu
nud tbo police department of the
Islands. Ho had resigned nud
had come to sny gootl bye to tho
Mnisbal and the polico force.
On behalf of tho police, Mar
shal Brown expressed his regret
and s irtow nt losing Mr. Smith,
and gt.vo him the ussurxneo that
he would nlwnyn bo remembered
by tho forco.
Mr. Smith shook hands with
Mnrahnl 11 r own and theu with
Captain Parker. Three cheers
wrrogivpti for tho retiring At
torney General and the men broke
MUM' IIAVK A L1CUNNH.
For some time pust severnl poo
pie, both residents of Honolulu
and strangers, havo boon in the
habit of bringing live stock into
this country, without hnving n
liceuso to do so. A dnv or so nro.
somothirtyof thufollowiug notices
were sent out from tlio polico eta
ttou: Honolulu, H. I
1 am informed nnd hnvo reason
to believo that you nro guilty of
violating Section 813 of tho Penal
Laws of 181)7, of this Republiu. by
tuiuciiig livo stock into this ita
oublio lor snlo or order, or bv im
portation for iaiu, without having
the required license to do so.
"You will pleaso give this mat
tor vour attention nud nvoid nnv
criminal proceeds by securing, if
necessary, tun proper license.
(Sicued) A. M linowN,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
n.oiM:i:uH to jiamu.
An officer of the Engincorn
lutes that orders wore received bj
the Australia .yesterday ordering
the compauieB now at the barracks
to Manila us t-oon as transporta
tion cau bo nrrnnged.
Balloutvno & E ikin hnvo enter
ed the field as stock brokers nnd
ueueral Insuinneo Agents with
ollices iu the Molneiny block,
Foit t-troet. Both (.M'ntlemen hold
mi euv n'llo lu-iness lecoid iu tho
city and may futl nt-Bnrd of re
coiving n liberal shnro of public)
m mi .
PrlcH of Hrt AiltHiicdl,
Owiim to tho increased cost of
tneniB nu tho Coat the Metropoli
tn Mt't Co. is compilled to
chnrg- 10 and 18 ownts par pound
fur nhs and loins reapaulivnly, of
California beef. '
Orillnutloii lo PrleatliuiHl,
There will bo an onliuation of
three deacom to priesthood nt
tlio Roman C-ttholio Cathedral
Suiidny next nt 1(1:30 n. m Tho
Bishop of Panopolis will ollioiate.
MR. ROBERTSON RETURNS.
Continued from l'ugo 1.
pnBsrd by tho Homo enrly in the
nest-ion to extcntl tho tariff, navi
gation nnd contract labor Inns to
tho Hawniim Inlands.
"Thoso meaBurPB would have
put us beyond nuy chance of
tariff discrimination Two mem
bers of tbo Senate Fitinueo Com
miltoe, where tho tnriff extension
bill wns shelved, Btnted in inter
views given by Now York papers
that tho reason for delaying their
roport was that thoy wanted
nn opportunity of considering
tho question of discrimi
nating against Hawaiian innuu
filatures. They professod lo
sea danger hero from Asiatic
cheap labor in manufacturing, al
though well kuowing that except
ing tho possibility of-sugar iciin
ing Hnwaiiau manufactures nro
out of tho question.
"They will probably try to do
something like that next t-cs'-ion,
although wo mny rely on the good
Houso of Congress. Tho Demo
ornts will ho our friends. They
Bny thnt, although they append
annexation, yet now thnt the isl
ands nro annexed it is unfair to
dibcriminalo against them. Our
enemies nro trying to classify in
in tbo i-nnio citegory ns tho Phil
"Tlio Administration is friend
ly lo m. Thero is no doubt about
Mr lloberlsou, in tho course of
conversation, stated '.hat Mr. Kin
ney, attorney for tho pbinters and
inerebnnte, wns iu faor of uiving
his owu advices to his clients Iho
utmost publicity. Ho had him
self givon nn iutorvicw iu Wash
ington. Ono thing he had recom
mended to bis clients hero was
that n tnafs meeting should ho
called iu Honolulu to protest
against tariff discrimination. Mr.
Kinney smiled broadly nt pub
lished Honolulu interviews, whore
in it wns denied that his commu
nications contained nuything
In Knnlnku vs. Andrews nntico
of motiou bus been tiled by Hum
phreys it Gear for plaintiff, to
arrest the judgment in favor of
defendant, on the ground thnt 11,0
such judgment caii bo rendeivd
upon ndver&o possession under
Judgo IVrry is hearing Paris
vs. Fernandes, bill for specific
performance. Kiunoy. Bnllou &
McClnnahan for plaintiff; Magoon
& Silliraen for defendant.
A Military Tut.
A military bicycle corps of twelve mem
bers each roJe a Sterling bicycle taken
from stock from Chicago to Washington,
D. C, over mountains, and rough roads,
In rain and shine, carrying in addition to
the rider about forty pounds of baggage.
1 be wheels behaved splendidly, the only
accident being the breaking of one front
wheel axle, due to the fact that the extra
weight carried, being strapped to the han
dle bars, came on the front axle. Next to
btrencth of a bicycle, wearing quality Is
of prime Importance, now that construction
is so nearly perfect that maternal Improve
ments are few and far between. The ma
jority of buyers to-day want a wheel that
will last several seasons, one that will bear
them thousands of miles without hnving
to spend half of the original cost in repairs.
A wheel that will do this will cost more
at first, but will be less expensive in the
end. The Sterling is the only wheel that
will meet those requirements. Call upon
the Pacific Cycle Co., and see the 1899
model, only foo.oo.
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
ftlPlllP. IlilPllu'fll'ft P.P. I ill
1 uuihu uuuniu.iv jv
Gentlemen, We're Ready
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
1 he 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 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 : : WaTCrlCy BlOCl
geutB for Dr. Delmel's T.lnen-Mesb
Underwear. Send for Catalogue
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Toloplinno Nn C7fl.
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags J
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
3IG Port Street,
J. Al. 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.
BSySole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurncy Cleanabje Re
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TAltO PATCH FIDDLKS.
Workmanship anl Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1130 :: No. SKlJi KINO ST.
Corner Klne and Alakca St., Honolulu.
Guitnrn, : I Tlrulolcs,
TARO PATCH riDDLLS.
Workmanship and material guaranteed. Repairing
1164 a specialty.
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
iiSVUii G. E. BOARDMAN.
rorsnns wlhliliiK to clitaln board nt
Mnknwno, Man I, cm lie vccomiuotliUod
n. iiiiu 11 11 itiil l:v,u
I Tonus, f 10 ior weok. 0SS-Om
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
rJ'lio People's Provld'i'H.
f7?&&3 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 Peoplo's Providers.
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents f 01 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,
1143 Honolulu, H. I.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolophono 810. Lovo Building, 5.'U-53G Fort St.
taj We have neglected to call your
attention to the fact that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,
and American brands. ii ai??
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store, gfe
Reduction in Grapuaphones.
Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPIIAPHONE CO. of New York, and
we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
it a price that will be within the reach of
all. Look at the prices:
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, ?25.
Records, doz., J6; Blanks, doz., ft.
Recorders, 14.75. Brass boms and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
1169 11a Hotel street.
A Special Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Paiama Co operative Grocery Co.,
Ltd., will be held at the office of T. B.
Murray, King street, on the ovenlng of
March 17, 1899. at 7 o'clock.
All shares of Stock upon whkh asses
ments are due, If not paid by that time
will be declared delinquent.
C. B. GRAY,
The Bulletin, 7Gc per month.
$250 MM, !
75 x 14, facing either on King or Bere
tanla streets. The cheapest lots In the
dtv, on the line of the propo,ed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
Rcnl Estate Aent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn coiU on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
jjiflifcuMftt &&&.. JlZ&. mrsjmi,hs mf M v , )tfc.