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THE EVENING BT'LLETIN: HONOLULU, D. I., MARCH 17, 181)9.
PublUhtJ Every Day, nctrt Sunday, at tio Klne
ttrnt, Honolulu, II. I., by th
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R.TARMNGTON Editor
DANIEL LOUAN City EJItor
F1UDAY, MAllOII 17, 1899.
Hawaii pnyn trihnto to St. Va
trick'fl dny by a Kilkenny cut row
in tbu Cnhinot.
Hawaii r-iuinot nfford to dt'ftl
lightly with tho mugostioiiB for
tho futuro rnnde by thu men re
turning from the supiio of nction
I, Mr. Smith resigned on hc
count of tin nttnek mndo on him
self nod Mr. D 'h by n incnibor of
tho Ex-cutiv Council, why doesn't
Mr. Dole rrpicn ?
Congrntulntions Mr. Coopor
Wo trut thnt tho fnc you wtrt
tho 13uM.r.TlN's eimdidnte will not
lossen your prestige in tlio Huppy
Neither Pnsiilent Dole uor Mr.
Smith can contradict tho plate
rnauls made without prceipitatinu
that most irrilatinn and usohas of
all controveraiHH, that of tlie ijowh
How about Mr Damon ? Why
should tho AdvitU'T bo to
nnsioua to coax him into a news
paper controversy ? It U very
appuroiit that in tho distribution
of tho ollicial organ's good will,
Mr. Dmon "don't o not,"' but h
happens to count for a good deal
in tho good will of the people.
IIAl'PV family coxti.ui:i.
Now tho ollicial organ lakes a
now lack and by a combination of
cajolery and covet t condemnation
attacks Mr. Damon and tries to
draw him out. Tho oran pub
lishes tho interview pnulfrlii"! in
"an evening journal," giviug those
words aa head lines: "Mr. Da
mon's words. Tho Expressions
that Probably CatiPod Trouble."
In tho introduction it says the in
terview published in au "opening
journal and for which Mr. Damon
is presumably responsible, was
perhaps tho chief canso of the
recent break in tho Oibinet." The
organ also says editorially:
"It is a most unfo tutiatn inci
dent that ho (Mr. Smith) per
oraptorily demanded an accept
ance of his resignation for a long
timo in President Dole's hands,
becauso of an atUck upon himself
and upon Mr. Dolo by a mombot
of tho Executive Council."
In answer to the numorons por
Lapses and presutnublioi tho
"ovoning journal" would suggest
that now tuck tackeu by
Mr. Dole's oflicial orgau is
tho expression of tho most dotost
nblo policy of, inttigue that wni
evor thrown in tho pathway of a
a self resp'ctin gentleman.
Tho Advertise! brings in ILo gov
ernorship question and in order
to bbvo its candidate, Mr. Dole,
from the damaging r suits of his
hesitancy aud lank of dojMou,
seoks, with the mohsoos of com
pliment and tho c nideinning iu
foroncoa of "presumti" aud "pro
bably," to entica Minister Damon
to allow a lio to pan from his lip-
in order that it may bo printed iu
tho Advertiser so Unit tho voracity
of tho "ovoning journnl" can be
Minister D.imon is a solf res
pecting gentlemen. Hud he brvn
a mail of less honor ho might
have listened to tho suggestion
that ho bo inalo Minister of For
oign AffaiiBso as to be iitst in line
for promotion to tho position of
chief executive. As Mr. Damon
hold his self-nnptot nbovn any
prico of the possibility of the gov
ornoiship at that time, tho olliuitl
organ will find that he will not
stoop to tho organ' l.nv political
lovel on any other governorship
trap it may p'n'H in his putlnvny.
trapit may p'ri'o in IiIh putlnvy. purt in tho enmniucn. Lid can-
m. -tt ""' ' "' "' " '
wkmSr ' n"y 'Qt Mr, Smith made a pur-
K. im'h NniH Ilia A il uni'l lanf aiva ndif r- I
emptory demand upon Mr. Doloto
accept his resignation "becnUBe of
nu nttnck mndo upon himself and
upon Mr. Dolo by a member of
the Extcutive Council."
Who matlo any uttuck on Mr.
Smith y Mr. Smith's nnmo does
not appear in tho interview pub
lished by tho "evening journal."
Mr. Smith's name was not men
tioned by tho "evening journal"
in ronucction with tho cabinet
dirtPoiiHiou until he, himself,
spoke in an interview published
by the ollicial organ.
AVhen was that attnek "by a
member of the Executive Council"
mndo upon Mr. Smith ? Tho
"expressions thnt probably caused
tho trouble" wero pnblished at 3
o'clock Friday afternoon. A gen
tlemnn who is especially iutimato
with Mr. Smith, Mr. Dole and Mr.
Damou is nuthority for a statement
mndo two hours previous to that
time, that Minister Smith intended
to demand the accoptauco of his
lesiguation. Now the Advertiser,
in order toshiold Mr. Dolo politic
ally, peeks to thrift upon Mr. Da
mon tho responsibility for tho "ex
pressions that caused the trouble"
aud to creato the fileo impression
thnt thfre was no serious dissension
in Mr. Dole's Happy Family until
the intorviow was published.
By so-doing the official organ,
that has told funuy stories about
tho withdrawal of prominent poli
ticians from tho support of Mr.
Dole, is now nuthority for the
statement that Mr. Dolo has been
subject to tho attacks of ouo of
his own executive council. Doubt
loss copies of the official organ
cu.t lining these statemonts will
bo sout to "influential friends iu
Washington" as furthor political
defense of Mr. D jIo au 1 proof of
tho uuity with which tho peoplo
Mr. Damon is a man whoso
honor aud integrity even tho Ad
vortisor daros not attack. If there
is nuy statement in tho interview
that "probably caused the trouble"
which tends to "mislead tho pub
lic," if Mr. Damon wishes to deny
the truth of tho statoments con
tained in that interview, nono is
more ready to publish his denial
or correct auy misapprehensions
thnn this "eveuing journal" that
gave tho raattor its first publicity.
Water, Wiiter, Kverj'irhcrp.
A geutlemnu who has made
somo study of tho matter thinks
tho Howerngo systom will make a
heavy urate upon tho wntor re
sources of Honolulu. Ho wonders
whoro all tho water comes from
which is beinc artificially raised
on this sido of Oahu. Evva, Oahu
and Honolulu plantations aro
pumping up an aggregate of from
125.000,000 to 150,0, 0,000 callous
daily. Then thero are numberless
nrtosiau wolls discharging over
i ico aud other agricultural lands,
benidos a multitude, of wolls. in
cluding tho half dozen or bo for
the city water supply, pouring
forth n constaut volume Does it
all como from the watershed, or
doos tho oaoan water, filtering
through tho lower strata of the
land furnish a part of the enor
mous wholo? If the ocean is a
resource without artificial clarify
ing, tho inhabitants needn't be
nervous ovor tho chance of tho
tirtosiitn wells becoming oxhausted
Tho ocean ought to give back
Homethiug. It receives at every
considerable rainstorm more water
from tho laud than wool I supply
Houolulu for au ago aud a half.
I.VCUISAHliU UIIISIUL. MA.IOIUTV.
Loudon, March 9. In the elec
tion yoflerdny in tho Elhiud divi
sion of the westriding of York
shiio for a successor iu Parliament
of Mr ThomoH AVnymon (Liberal)
resigned, Mr Charles P. Trevol
yan, Liberal, was successful by a
uiHJoiity of 5181. At the last elec
tion tho liberal majority was 300.
A foature of the election contest
was the number of members of
House of Commons who spoke for
tho two candidates. The too-total
li'is cinvnssed for tho liberol can
didate and party agents from dif
ferent pirts of tho country took
part in tho campaign. Lad can-vnss-isund
speakers, with Lady
Trovelynu nnd Mrs. Foster at their
Jioad wore particularly active.
It m.VH Alti: ANMSYATlO.MHTH.
Ii'irrrnlnllvu CHIzrnn Wiin I tlm Army
to Iteinnlti Till lmiil U Annexed.
Atlanta, G., March 9. 0.
E Haukins, tho New York export
accountant, who is loluruiug homo
from Havana, whore ho was call
ed by Qenotiil Ludlow to aid in
looking into tho financial condi
tion of tho Cuban capital, left
Atlanta today for the east.
Mr. Haukins says tho reproseu
tntivo Cubans are annexationists
and aro anxious to see tho United
States keep its army thero until
everything is running smoothly
nnd Cuba is ready to bo annexed.
As to tho finaiices of Havana,
Mr. Uaskins said: "It will bo nn
easy mattor to make Havana not
only one of tho richest but also
one of tho healthiest largo cities
anywhere to be found. At pros
out thu principal difficulty that
meets the civil government is the
lack of money with whioh to ad
minister it. Huviiun's only re
sources now nro out of tho cus
toms dutins which, of course,
ehould bo applied not to the eov
ernment of tho city, but to the
general government of tho island.
SUA101l JUNKS 18 ILL.
N"tfil OFinocriitlc Lender NufTHrlnir
front lle'irt Troulit.
"Woshinuton, Mar. 9. Senator
Jones of Ark., chairman of tho
Nntional D-m tcratio Coinmitteo,
is iu n preoiri us condition owing
to his liability to auother danger
ous attack of heart trouble at auy
As is usually the case iu tho in
tervals betwt-ou attacks of this
uature, ho is getting along vory
well just uow. and today was in
comparatively fair condition after
a good night's rest, but is main
taining the utmobt caution and
undor strict order of his physi
cian, is avoiding any exertion.
This is a radical ounng tor a
man of Senator Jones' native ha
bits and ho unturally chafos un
der it, His malady, augiua pec
toris is at best a gravo ouo and tho
outcome never csn be foreseon.
So far, however, there hive been
no untoward complications iu
Senator Jones' cass and there is a
strong hopo that with absolute
quiet and rest away from his work
for a cousidorable poriod, ho may
X" Orilttra Itccflirtl.
Lieut. Coolidge, adjutant of tho
Eugiuecrs battalion, says the in
formant regarding tho ordering of
the command to Manila spoko
"with a largo degree of no author
ity." No orders havo yot been re
ceived for tho battalion to go to
A Military Trtt.
A military blcjcle corps of twelve mem
bers each rode a Sterling bicycle taken
from stock from Chicago to Washington,
ID. C, over mountain's, and rough roads,
In rain and shine, carrying in addition to
the rider about forty pounds of baggage.
The wheels behaveu 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
strength 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 buvers to-dav want a wheel that
will last several seasons, one that will bear
them thousands ol miles without having
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 jtfo.oo.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the sci itillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of using these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
Ira w, 11,
Gentlemen, Were 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, Farnlshlogs 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 : : WaYCrlCy BlOCt
Sgents for Dr. Dulmol'n I.lneu-Mesb
Underwear. Semi for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Ordor.
Toloplionp No. G70.
Hawaiian Flas !
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310 Font Street,
J. 1Y1. WEBB.
In two designs and colors : Pink
and Green. Sets of 56 pieces,
$9.90 and S10.65.
Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are worth your in
spection. W, W, Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt Mock, King street.
BSTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TAItO PATCH FIDDLKS.
WoikmaniMp nl Material Guaranteed. Repairing
11S0 :: No. 2IDK KINO ST.
Corner Kins anJ Alakea Sis., Honolulu.
Grxiitnvs, : ITlculcles,
TARO PATCH riDDlXS.
Vorkmanhlp anJ material EuaranteeJ. Repairing
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
ii5Vim G. E. DOARDMAN.
FersoiiH wishing to cbtiln board Rt
Mnkawno, Mnui, cuii bo eceommodutod
at MHS. II. II. UAII.irV'S
Tonus, f 10 por wook. 055 -Cm
I. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
?Jk&3 Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table
Linens and Napkins, arid 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.
Tlio Peophi's Providers.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oos
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents fop Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or One Hundred Animals,
These RemeJIes 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
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolopliono 81G. Lovo Building 5:U53G Tort St.
CJajj we hove neglected to call your
attention to the fact that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana,
and American brands, t C M
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store. &
Reduction in Graphapbones,
Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO. of New York, and
we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
at a price that will be within the reach of
all. Look at the prices :
Eagle Grapluphones complete, 512.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, I25.
Records, doz., J6; Blanks, do7., it.
Recorders, 54.75. Hr.iss horns and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
11G9 112 Hotel street.
A Special Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Palama 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 which asses
ments are due, If not paid by that time
will be declared delinquent.
C. B. GRAY,
The Bulletin, 7Cc per month.
Honolulu, H. I.
$250 GASH !
TO SUIT "
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 nnd see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in