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BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Edltot
DANIEL I.CKUN : Cltv Editor
SATURDAY, MAllOLt 18, 1'.J9
Apuinnlclo'fl latrupgling ropub
Ho would bocotno n republic inuoli
eoonor if it could wmo drastic
Btrugglinq with gun nn lorcb.
Tlio Iron Ao in its review of
trmlfi pnys Ihnt Uiobo punching
moderntion nB 11 sacred doty ntc
littlo beaded. Operators nre "ton
busy lmrvaathig to worry ovor tlio
weeds iu tbo next crop." Hit
iron opnriitora lilto nil other busi-
iiphh nmti "mivkf buy while the stiu
Admiral l)tvcy foiling in hpnlth
nnd facing possible dcnlb nt bin
poet Hiifiwcis the l'r. sidnnt's ofToi
ot furlong homo with the rrqiient
thnt be be iiIIowkI to remnin in
Manila and finish tbo work he bns
begun. It tbo' pioplo woro nuked
what be tdiouid do, llioy would
probably tell Dewey to "come
Lome" but knowing tbo man n
they do, no one is surprised thai
bo sticks by bis station. Tlio Ad
minil bus thus given mi exam
ple that may. well be mnrked
by every fellow-citizen, soldier
nnd citizen alike. He bus won nil
the titled honor that the country
can confer, if ho retired to private
life today his uotsblc placo in his
lory would bo assured. But bigb
above all the honor nud glory be
bos won, Dewey holds bis per
sonal opinion of bis duty to hii
country. The fame of victorioun
warfnro counts for naught when
duty calls to the difficult and por
baps tlittuklesH tusk of directing
tbo results of tbo victory.
Mil. COOPKII. ATTOKMCY UU.VKUAI..
As was stated in tho 13DLLLTIN
when Minister Smith's reeignatiou
was nn assured fact, H. E. Cooper
h ttho logical candidate lor the
vacancy. Mr. Cooper made a
go 3:1 record on the bench, be is iu
touch with tbo bushiest details of
tboCobiuet nnd can toko up the
linec .of tho Attorney General'fl
office .with piacHcnlly full know
lodge of the details and a known
capacity for handling the worlk of
tho department successfully. As
tho bead of the Department of
Public Instruction Mr. Cooper
has shown marked capacity for
good nud progressive work. He
is positive aud active and as a
rule has progressive views ou pub
lic matters. Furtheimoro Minis
tor Cooper as Minister of Foreign
Affairs has proved himself a
staunch American. When correct
history, is written to Minister
Coopor will be given tho honor of
preserving tho integrity of Amer
ican loyalty duriug tho period
when othors were hesitating on
Hawaii's attitude toward tbeUuitod
States in timoof wor This loyal
ty to Amorican interuBts Mr.
Cooper has maintained in all his
official acts as Minister of Foreign
Affuirs. Ho has been and we
have no doubt will continue to be
tho backbone of Amoricnnism in
HAPPY FAMILY WANTS.
Tho ofJioial organ now says "the
factB regarding tho disturbance iu
tho Executive Council which Mr.
Damon's friend gavo to tho publio
do not yet appear." What further
facts does tho otliuial orgnu wnut ?
Does tho organ want to bo told
that as a part of the schema to
oust Mr. King, Mr. Damon was
told that "King cannot coutrol
ltowoll" to which Mr. Damon re
plied, "who keeps Mr. Howell in
ofllco, if not yourstlf V
It is the moat natural thing iu
the world thnt Mr. Dolo should
rofmo to go iuto details. Mr.
Dolo will not dony that Mr. Da
mon told him ought to bo ashnintd
of himself for allowing tho sugges
tion of sucuriuu Minister King's
rosignatiin to gain headway,
noither will Mr. Dolo deny that
the proposition was mado to Min
ister Daunn to mako him Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs so that be
would bo first in lino for auy pro
motion to higher office What
further dcUils does tho official
organ waut ? Is auything further
needed to strengthen Mr. Damon's
position and show tho weakness of
M . Dolo'a executive capacity ? If
so wu might refer tho organ to Mr.
Dolo'j minority report as a mem
ber o the Oommiation.
Wo join the Advertiser iu n re.
quest io Mr. Dolo to tell the pub
lic what really hopponed. Wo
should ba pleased to bnvo Mr.
Dol-'s version of tho affair, and
know what crcuses ho has for al
lowing a 'j attack ou MinistorKiug,
ouo of his appointees, to go eo far
as it did without honestly and
openly informing Mr. King of
what was uoini! on. Wo doubt
very much, however, whether Mr.
Dolo will have anything to say on
the subject. He has had ouo ex
perience iu publishing a defense
iu tho official organ and that was
so unfortunate nud failed so sigrj
ally in attracting favor from in
ilumitial friouds in Washington
that ho will piobnbly maintain n
"dinitied silence" n long tiuio bo
foro ho tiies it again.
Mcnuwhilo tho extromo happi
ness iu the Happy Family con
tinues, in the mind of tbo official
organ, and tho "politicians thirst
ing for oflico" who express a do-
sire to havo au American at tbo
head of Hawaiian affairs remain
blackguards, ingratcs and spoils
men, in tho estimation of the offici
I.nl Strlpiinl In (lis llmi! of I Up
While several guests wero at
supper in ilia dining mom at tho
homo of Dr. Howard, King street,
late liiht night, n snoak thief walk
ed up on tho lanai nud stole n
tine Eastern rug off nn easy chair
and tho door mat from the head
of tho stairs. There wero two
lights on tho lauai at the timo.
Tho police wero summoned and
Lioutounut liooliuan nnd Bicycle
Patrolman Jnckson appeared on
tho scene. After making iuvesti
gations, Jackson found the two
articles iu thn yard, near the gate.
Later, it was found that two
pieces had been taken out of the
rug by a dog which had evidently
seen tbo thief runniog and re
membered to porform Ins duty.
Tho people of tho bouse, after
taking tn whut was most valuable,
roliroii. This morning tho lanai
was found in a vory much unset
condition. Sofa cushions woro
piled up oa one of the chairs as if
someone ir.oadod to return after
them, and other articles wore
found in tbo yards of Qeo. 0.
Bnckley and tho ono recently oo
oupied by Frauk Dnvey. Evi
dently tho thief had bocomo
irigutened ana had scurried off,
leaving the articles bohind. The
fact that theso were in two yards
would seem to point to the fact
that tho thief mado two or three
trips nud had put the articles in
various places, with the intention
of returning for thorn. It is not
at nil improbable that there were
two thiovos. Everything hns beon
Tho police patrol wacon Iiob
been landed. It is a fiuo vohiclo.
built for Btroiicth and durability
and is so wide that four pooplo
may easily Bit on tho front sent.
there nro two seats behind, like
an omnibus and places Imvn beon
propnreu ior strotchors. Tho
whtolu hnvo rubber tiros nnd the
steps lending into the wngon aro
backed by wiro to provent peoplo
whoso gait mioht nt times bo un
steady, from slipping through.
un uotii sides ot the wagon is
painted "Police Patrol."
World's IlrcortI On Nkntri.
Mew York, March U. Tbo
world'H record established by
Frederick U. Corner of tho Long
Branch Athletic Club at tho Clor
mont nvonuo Ico Skating ltiuk,
lirooklyu, Tuesday night, for tho
running high jump on skates was
again broken last night by tbo
snmo nthlelo. His jump was four
foet ono inch, throe-quarters of an
inch nbovo tho world'd record.
lie Wm AdvUnl Tlmt He Wi Not
Ilnrrnl Prom lleliiir King.
Apia, Samoa, Fob. 22. Shortly
nftor tbo seizure of tho Samonn
Government by Motaafn a corros
ponuont had nn interview Willi
that noted Chiof. Mataafn when
asked why ho bad beon proclaim
ed king, sajd that Maliotoa Lau-
peia, uemg ueau, mo oamonuB
had n right to oloct a new king
and bo was cbosou.
According to Matoafa's view
this was uot iu violation of the
Berlin Treaty and in the version
of tho Treaty printed in Samoa,
there is no stipulation made by
Count Bismarck that Maatafn
should never bo king.
Matuafn ndmittod having been
warned thnt there wns n stipula
tion ngniust bis being king nud
snid be had npproached tin Ger
man consul about tho mattnr nnd
tbo German Consul said tho Gor
man government hod forgotten
the past nnd now hnd no objection
to his becoming king. Tho pro
tocol, which contains the stipula
tion against Mntaafa, was not at
tachod to tho Troaty printed for
the Hamonns. Matnnfn declared
that ho fought to bo king so as to
bring pence to Snmon.
NEW NAVAL DIIV DOCKS.
Wellington, March 9. Tho
Burenu of Ynrds nnd Docks hns
decided to issue advertisements in
tbo conrso of a month for tho con
struction of n stouo drydock of the
largest proportions at Portsmouth,
A groat deal of time is usually
required for the preparation of
plans for such a dock to servo as
tbo basis for tho invitution of pro
posals, but tho Nnvy department
will bo ablo to act with expedition
iu tho caso of tho Portsmouth
dock by availing of tbo plnns pre
pared Inst winter for the Bostou
stone dock, thnt to be built nt
Portsmouth boing almost tho snmo
Tho drydooks to bo built nt
Loaguo Island and nt Mnro Island,
Cnl., will be timber docks ..and the
bureau hns beon working so bard
on tho plans tbnt tho Mare Island
dock will bo ndvertised in tho
courso of two woeks. Hero, too,
tbo plans will sorvo with a fow
chnugos with tho Lenguo Inland
dock so thnt nn advertisement for
buildiug thnt douk will soon be is
sued. i i m ' ' '
A MIIIMry Tr.l.
A military bicycle corps of twelve mem
bers each rode a Sterling bicycle Liken
from stock from Chicago to VVaslilngton,
D. C, over mountains, and rough roads,
In mln and shine, carrying in addition to
the rider about forty pounds of baggage.
The wheels behaved snlend dlv. the onlv
.accident being the breaking of one front
wiieel axle, uueto tlie 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
ot 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
win last several seasons, one mat will Dear
them thousands of miles without havinc
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
win meet tnose requirements, i-an upon
the Pacific Cvcle Co.. and see the 1800
model, only ffo.oo.
luiB, uuiiu h uuuuiug ciutm win
v.nni. .,;.. i?.:.i.... i..i.i nu.
nr n - -i : -i :n
U.VUb Ujnill .L'JIMIiy Ulitl. A.UU
Quintette Club will bo prosent to
flirniall tnliaii fM- 4lin ntnnal.Mi
uutuu iituqiu tut fcuvj uvvuaivui
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
Pacific Hardware Co,, Hi,
To show you our Spring stock of
Moil's nnd Hoys' Clothing.
And if you want to soo tho swcllost
lino of uolf shirts Just stop around ami
luivo n look nt the lntost production of
tho host shirt trndo.
And If you want a stylish crash hat,
co mo and hnvo a look nt ours.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrlCy BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Dtdmul's Ilucn-Moeb
Underwear. Honil for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telophono Xo. 670.
Hawaiinn Flags !
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
In two designs and colors : Pink
and Green. Sets of 56 pieces,
S9.90 and $10.65.
Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are wortb your in
.Von Holt Block, King street.
BQTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TARO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship nd Material GuarantttJ. Rtrulrlng
1130 :: No. 211K KINO ST.
Corner King ani Alakea St., Honolulu,
Guitars, s TJltTileles9
TAUO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship ani material cuaranteed. Repairing
I Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
Ii53'im G. E. BOARDMAN.
I. S. SAOHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
??,&& Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table t
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 People's Providers. '
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAYIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One op 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
ANIMAL DISEASES. 1
Tlie Agent for tlie Hawaiian Islands is I
C. W. MACFARLANE,
1143 . Honolulu, H. I.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 81G. Lovo Building, 581-536 Fort St.
C,ftg We have neglected to call your
attention to the fact that we handle Cigars,
Cigarettes, etc., Manila, Mexican, Havana.'
and American brands. t?
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
The New Drug Store. $&
Reduction in Grapliapliones.
Our agency rights are received direct
from theliome 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
nil. Look at tlie prices:
Eagle Grapliapliones complete, 1 12.
Columbia Grapliapliones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, J25.
Records, doz., i6; Blanks, doz., fj.
Recorders, fj.75. Brass bonis and other
supplies constantly nn hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.,
11C9 112 Hotel street.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
received per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrlmoo" a consignment of. Australian
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE at
the Market, King street. 1170
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
$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 Afient f
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
' ROTH'S STORB. t
No shop-worn goods on the conn- ; 1
ters ol merchants who advertisein I
The Bulletin. J
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