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THE EVEMNG BrX!'' : noKOTFTTi. P I., MATtrH 21. 18D0.
fjblllhwl Ev.rv l)(y, cxctpt SunJy. at no Klnf
ttmt, Honolulu, tl. I., by (h
Bulletin hublishing company.
DANIEL HrfSAVJI City Edtlnr
TUESDAY,; MARCH '21, 185)9.
"I hnvo given Ihotn too mm-li
roin" pnya j Gomrnl IlVtiry in
speaking oj tliu nnti-Atnbricnn
nontiraont ii Porto Rico. Ihis
eoems to ha. e been tlio trouble in
tho Philipt ines nt well. Tho
only objeotj na to American rule
in former bpuniali colonics sroni
to bo thutjtlie rx'oplo haw been
trontsil tooivoll. Tbey can't ap
To tctllo down to straight buei
nose, why ehoulil not Mr. Dole ns
Buran tlio dii'u'B of tbe Minister of
Foreign Affairs? Tho only worl
connected with tb position is in
tbo department of rducntion. Willi
Sir. Dole pc.rforminp tbo functintiH
of this oflicj tbo Onbii.ct would bo
uodor inucli tho sumo condition nt
in tbo days of tbo Provisiomd
Gnvnruniput mid tho llnpublic of
Hawnii in today priicticiilly n pro
visional Aineririiu government
31 ore iinpottnnt nt ill is tbo fuel
that a combination of the officer ol
exPrcRidoijt and Mii.ister, of For
eigu AffairA would pave tho gov
ernment a iig isuln; v. Sliou'd tliiH
combination of otlices reailt in n
tio voto onlnmtteffl of publio im
port, it might bo provided that Mr.
Dolo shall hnvn two votes, one for
Mr. Kino'ifriends and one for bin
opponents,1, thus it could nevor
again be said that Mr. Dolo hesi
tatod or showed a lack of executive
capacity. The official orpau in it
novcrnorsbip tirncles would'nppre
ciato this mni-t highly.
STIiAMUHH 'HOVMJ 1IIIS lOIIN.
In tho development of HawaiiV
ocean transportation no more
important move has been mode
than that forer-mst by tho Amer
ican Hawaii Steam Navigation
Company incorporated in Now
Jersey. A notable feature of this
corporation is that tho firms inter
ested are all owners of Eailinp
veetols. Ships of Dearborn fc
Co., Flint & Co.. and Williams,
Dimoud & Co. ore now engaged
in thn sugar traffic of Hawaii.
Competition of steamship lines
and trctiP-continoDlal xatea are
however causing the leading ship
owneie toTooognizo tho necessity
of larger steam carriers. Fur
thermore the -addition to tho sugar
carrying flet will solve .all prob
lems arising from tho, supposed
shortage of American bottoms for
transportation to American port.
Wbeo American shipping laws
are extended to Hawaii there will
bo at least two largo Araericnn
steamers ready to take up the sur
plus that may now be carried by
ships or ctnaciern under foreign
flags. The local advantage given
by the introduction of steamers
will b realized in tho more rapid
despatch of cargoes and saving
made on inMiianoe.
This pi"neer "round the Horn"
line will also hve tho call on the
increased inteiocean traffic that
will BBhiirpelly follow the comple
tion of tha Nicaragua Cauul.
Contract fur the construction of
two stoamerR for tho lino are nl
roady under consideration. Thin
numbor will doubtless be iiicreas
od, and with the opooiug of tho
oinil in th" suppo.-odly not dis.
tant future, Hawaii will derive
tho many benefits that must neccd
airily follow in tho wako of a lino
of well npiointnd stuaraors con
necting tho iplnmlrt directly with
tho lending American porta of the
Vli: IK T'tlC (ll'lll IAI. OIU'AN ATI
In an cdi'mml relating to thn
resent Cabinet crisis tho Advor
tn ir of Mar. 11 published the
"Tho Advertiser has not made
hi ii qui y rrymding tnis ulmiu
n c couJitiou of thinijs in the
0 oint, becaiisi it knows, as any
ono who will reflect u momout al-o
known, that an independent gov
ernment, with sole power of ap-
puiiittuciit or rnmnval in tho l're-
tidont no longer exi-tn, and that
Capt. King now hoUis hi- oom-
mixsion as Minister ottue Interior
fioin Piesideut McKiuley, and not
from Mr. Dole. Tho law of an
iifXHtioii so orders. The man 'in
a pnuiliou to know1 don't appear
to know this provision of law.
On tbo following day the Ad
vertifler, replying to a corroppon
dent on tho matter of Mr. Dolo'e
power of appointment and remov
al, printoJ this:
The Hot (Nowlnnds ltesolution)
" Until Ci'iiiresB shall provide
for tbe Government of paid Isl
nndp, all tbe civil, judicial and
military pnwor exorcised by tbo
'XiPting govern met, t of said 1st
amis bind I be vrMed in such per
ons f.s the Preaidi nt of tho Unit
ed Slates -Iih1I direct: and the
Piesideut shall have ?he power to
roiuove the said otlicTf, and nil
the VHcmicioq so occasioned. "
This morning the Advertiser
puhlit-hop this notice:
" Tho President directs it to bp
notilied that ho bin thi day com
missioned Henry Earnest Coop
it, Esq , Atorney Qnueral, in the
plw-e of V. O. Smith, Esq., ro
Now tho people would liko to
know of tho ollicial organ .who
"tho Piesideut" is and by what
authority he "'directs it to bo noti
tied that he has this day commis
sioned." Is Mr. Dolo "tho Pre
sident" or is Mr. MoKiuloy "the
President ?" If Capt. King holds
bis commission from "the Pro
sident" McKiuley, tho official or
gan is in duty bound to call down
"tho Piesidout" Mr. Dole for go
ing beyond the bounds of tbo
Nowlauds ltesolution in accoptiug
Mr. Smith's resignation.
'1 he facts in the case are that
the editorial attitude of the official
organ toward the Cabinet crisis
has been one of studied prevnrica
THOSi: CONTIUCT LAnOHKIIH.
Euitoh Evenikq Bulletin:;
Now that Cougrcbs, through lack
of time, did not extend to these
islauds the immigration and labor
laws in forco on tho mainland, it
will now be in order for a com
mittee from tho Planters' Associ
ation to meet the Executive Coun
cil and order anywhere from ten
to twenty-five thousand moro con
tract laborers. It will be placed
high enough to prevent any neces
sity for American labor laborers
in Hawaii for a loug time to come.
Mr. ltobertson, who has re
cently been iu Washington ad
visee the government to go slow
in the immigration business, 'but
It is shares of, Makaweli stock to
oocoanuts that his advice will bo
ignored. Of course it is possible
that this continuous labor immi
gration will hurt us when it comes
to determine our status in regard
to America. It is also more
than possiblo that these contract
laborers will an time -become na
turalized and vote, thus adding to
our present political complica
But those who govern Hawaii
and who, ono would think, should
have a permanont iuterost in Ha
waii are willing to take all nf
these risks in ordor to securo in
advanco in sugar stocks and in
creased dividends. With Madame
De Pomeadour they say "After us,
the deluge " And when wo
get that long delayed decision
from tho Supreme Court (and
wo wiH get), that contract labor is
in conformity with the American
Constitution then wo will show to
tho world that if wo cannot bo
Americauized, that we can Hawai
ianizo the American Constitution.
W. S. Noulitt,
Honolulu, March 20, 1899.
m 9 m
Thoro was a largo crowd at tho
Quaker show last evening, many
prominent people boing present
Tho Quaker dootir introduced tho
herb medicine, tho Quaker wbito
wonder, the Quaker salts which
aro pumped out of mineral
springs and nlso tho Quakor oil.
All these medicines sold liko hot
enko. Change of program this
evening. Mr. Polworth will give
something new thid evening.
I.M.MS lll.Ml' hlAIN.
American! Hnvn Hltcil llrm'iliila of
Krarly Thlriy Mil loni.
Now York. March 10.-- A ppeci
al to tho Sun from Washington
soys: Under tho provisions of
the seventh article of tuo peace
treaty with Spain, which stipu
lates that the Uuit'd States shall
adjudioate and settle the claims nf
its citizeus sgiiuht Spain growing
out of the insurrectiou in Cuba,
so far there have been filed with
tho Department of State claims
nggrogatiug noarly 30,000,000.
President Cleveland, iu the clos
ing days of his second adminis
tration, sent to tho Senate a list
of claims filed up to that time, ag
gregating in round numbers $10,
000,(100. The list of tho claims
which had been- filed since then
was sent to tho Sonate by Prosi
dent McKiuley at the end of tbo
(OHsion juat closed. Tbeeo foot
up pome $20,0l)0, 00, not includ
ing'threo claims whero tho recom
peuse is not named. The largest
individual claim is filed by John
W. Brock, who asks S2.1C2.6U
f.ir prop-rjy lossos. Mrs. Bicar
do Buiz claims $76,000 for the
imprisonment and death of her
husband. Oiher claims range
from 8771,000 to 81600. The
number of claimants is 123.
Permits havo been issuod from
tho Public Works bureau as fol
luw: H. T. Hayslden, dwelling ono
ptory, Vineyard street.
E. H. v. W tiller, now roof Occi
dental hotel, Alako.i and King
Yeo Sing Tai, dwelling two
story, Berotauia stroet.
I . Uu-tacs fifteen - dwellings
one story, Eewalo. Theso have all
The police were called to a plnco
beyond Pawaa late yestorday
afternoon. Nino Portuguese wero
fighting and acting in a disgraco
ful manner. Nine wero, arrowed
by tho threo officers who went out.
Tho case will come up Thursday.
Dlntirr nt P'elfto Club.
Attorney General W. O Smith
will give a dinner to Marshal
Brown, Deputy Marshall Hitch
cock and Chillingw rth nud others
in tho -Police Department at.the
Paoilic Club this evening. The
dinner will be in tho nature ot a
Whnt Hhakrapoxr Would Hjr.
A bicycle Is just what It Is made. A
good one Is a pleasure and pride to Its
owner, but If perchance lie gets a poor one,
It were better lie never had bought. Be
not the first to take up each new Idea, nor
yet the last to lay the old aside, i lie
manufacturers of the famous Sterling bicy
cle have always been known for their con
servatism. Every proportion, every de
tail of construction in the SterllngAvheel
Is the result of most careful study. lThey
have not adopted any novelty simply be
cause it was a novelty. When they have
become convinced a certain detail was good
they have carefully weighed the matter
before relinquishing it for something un
tried. "One thume of experience Is worth
a whole wilderness of warning". They
have determined to build a wheel of ster
ling qualities, whose reputation, like Cae
sar's wife, should be above suspicion. A
bicycle defects quickly become known,
while Its good qualities are recognized only
after long use. The Pacific Cycle & M'f'g
Sterling Mheels In transit. Price for the
mgnest grace 700.0a
Tte Bishop Rings
yhich 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
PaciQe Hardware ft,, Ltd..
.To dhow you our Spring stock of
Mon's and Boys' Clothing.
And If you want to boo tlio swollost
lino of golf shirts Just stop around and
iiV'o n look nt the lntost production of
tho best shirt irado.
And If you want a stylish crash hat,
como and havo a look at ours.
9 Hotel Street : : WoTCriey BlOCl
Agents for Or. Duimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophone No 070.
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,
$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.
SQrSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
" l,i,I' Ctnuu rilin,.,, rinn.M. R..
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
having leased the rooms lately vacated by
them, together ylth the vaults and safe
deposit boxes to the Hawaiian Trust &
Investment Co.. notice is hereby given
that the said Company will assume all
responsibility and conduct of the safe
We beg to take this opportunity to
thank our customers for their patronage
of this branch of our business, and can
assure them that the Hawaiian Trust and
Investment Co. will be pleased to con
tinue the rental of boxes after the ex
piration of present leases. Any amounts
now due should be settled with them.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
F. C. ATHERTON,
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
Ul53-im G. E. BOARDMAN.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Spring and Easter Millinery!
PATTERN HATS FROM PARIS
PATTERN HATS FROM LONDON
PATTERN HATS FROM NEW YORK
The Newest of the New. Ladies are Cordially Invited.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
The People's Providers.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One qv 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
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
TIME HAKES CHANGES
We now have over thirty thousand people living In Honolulu. We'
have NO sewerage. Filth will produce disease germs, and they will cause sick
ness. disease and death. CIILOROZONE. THE IDEAL DISINFECTANT.
kills all germs, microbes, and foul odors.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
Reduction in Graphaphones.
Our agencv rights are received direct
from the home office ot the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO. of New York, and
we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
at a price that will be within thereach of
all. Look at the prices :
Eagle Graphaphones complete, f 12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re-
cower, renrnuueer, Horn or peaking tube,
nnu one way Hearing lure, J25.
Records, do., ffi: Blanks, doz.. ti.
Recorders, f 4.7?. Brass horns and other
supplies constantly mi hand. All kinds of
repairing uone promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
1169 112 Hotel street.
THE-METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
receiveJ per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrlmoo" a consignment of AiKtr.dlan
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE at
the Market, King street. 1170
The nullctin, 7fn per month.
FIRST GRAND DISPLAYS
J I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY : : : :
Honolulu, H. I.
Building, 584-536 Tort St.
ONE OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE
$250 GASH !
PAWAA TRACT LOT!
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
WILL B. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
"47 ,4 , .
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
The Hullctin. 7