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H 4 THE EVENING BPLLETiyt HONOLULU, H. I.t MAKOH 22, 1809.
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H EVENING BULLETIN,
folf Pnbllfhcd Every Day, except Sundiy, tt tio King
BjJL ttreet, Honolulu, H. I by the
WLl BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAtPANY
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W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City EJIIor
"WEDNESDAY, MAIL 22, 189J
11. yietriilinu timo for the fall
elections is uehiing. What i
tho governmotit going to tin
TJuclo Sara will foot the bill for
the '95 ilaninga claims. For
whibh tho taxtmyord oE Hawaii
All attempt to tuako out that
the Po)o is displeased with tho
Itomau 'OntholicB of tho Uuited
StntCB havo fallen to tho ground.
Edward Pol I it, is uulocking a
whojo lot of. local money by tak
ing local Gccuritiofl to San Fian
Cisco. And it id money that will
sock reinvestment in the develop,
mont of HanaM.
Utah's legislature has adjourn
ed without electing a United
Statea Stu Hlor. Appearances in
dicate that California nnd Penn
Bylvanii will follow in tho foot
steps of the Mormon State.
llusBL'l Sago eays "In no way
can a man pain such a useful
knowledgo of Iii'h follows as by
workiiiK in tnlitios." Hut it i'b
ofteulimoB miuhty exponbivo in
struction a llussel might add
from bis cxnnrienc".
Now tha President Dolo and
his Cabinet havo "u direct wire to
Washington" they will have
free opportunity to manipulate- to
their own sweet will. Let tho
gooJ wi r!c go on, it will harm no
one but the manipulators.
Tho highest grade public school
at the disposal of the Filipinos
compares unfavorably with a third
grade Amorionn public solionl
An army ot American school-
marms will havo to follow tho
army of military occupation.
A Boston Alderman expresses
eurpriso at "llio free and easy
manner of Chicngo xVldermen."
Boston boiDg tho homo of John L.
Sullivan it is to be supposed that
tho Bostoneto havo been taught to
bo circumspect in tli ir maimers.
Till: TIIUTII AT LAST.
President DoId declared last
week through tlm columns of this
Eapoi that President McKinlov
ad authorized him to fill nil
vacancies until otliHrwitio dirocti'd.
This is tho first editorial stato
mont of truth that tho Advuitiser
has mado in connection with Mr,
Dolo'8 power of accepting resig
nations and muking appointments,
a matter brouuht nut by the at
tempt to r-eenrri the resignation of
Minister of tho Interior King.
Mr. Dole does havn authority to
accept icsiguatioBS and male
appointments nnd tho oUU-iitl
organ and Mr. Dolrf knmv it when
tho organ uml the editorial htato
ment tlnt Mr. King hold his
coram'umou from Pnaideut Mo
Einley and net Mr Dole. Mr
King'H r'niyntitinn could havo
been forced hid the apquicscemo
of Miri tor Damon been htuund.
The o'Muhl oiynn did not sud
denly di'jcovi-r lutl Mr Pnlu lauk
cd aullioniv, '. Ml-i tho attack upon
Mr. Kiut; hud been mado public,
but krowmsJy and itdu'sedly
trumped up nn argument
concoritiug Mr. Dole's lack of
authority in iiuler to ehirhJMi.
Dolo frmu th damaging political
roaults nf liiri husitauo) and lack
of exodiitht capncity. With full
knowloilgo of tho riluation, know-
led) ot thp attempt t" otibt Kmtf,
knowledge of HI r. Dw1'a appoin
tive poner "until otherwise diiect
oil," the ollicial organ willfully
sought to disci edit Mr. Damon,
not having the honor or courage
to stand by the truth simply be
cause it faced ignominious dofeat
Tlint defeat is made thrice igno
rainouH and dishonorable by the
cownnlly attempts of tho ollicial
organ to misiepreBeut and mis
lead. If there was an doubt about
tho attempt to oust Mr. King be
ing n conspiracy, the official organ
by its shifting and weak attempt
tut mako excuncs has removod all
doubt from tho publio mind.
Mr. Dolo made tho declaration
of his authority to appoint
"through tho columns" of tho
Advortisor thereby strengthening
its position as the official organ.
Why the delay in authorizing that
statement in the columns of tho
official organ ?
MAJOIl JOllNTWKKOAI.r, V. H AIIMY,
Among tho many matters of
grwe impott with which the late
Congress of tho United States,
was occupied thero was one grace
ful act that it performed, for which
it is doubtful if it will receive tho
credit duo, outsido of tho army it
.John Tweedalc, had been tho
chief clerk or "working horse,"
so to speak, of tho War Depart
ment, for these many years. Ad
miustrations came and, passed
away; but whetln-r they were De
mocratic, or .Republican, the
while haired, soldierly, modest,
suave, intelligent, dignified but
polito chief clerk romninod. Now
Secretaries of War, ablo and hpn-PBt-percliance,
but totally un
familiar with tho dotailo and work
ings of that department arrived
with each incomiug administra
tion and the ohiof clerk coached
thorn in their now duties and "it
Meuuwhilo tho chief clork had
grown giay in tho service of his
country; aud, although still in tho
full vigor of his physical nnd
mental powers the day could not
be so very far distant when, oven
ho, must succumb and be eventu
ally ropluced. Then, unless he
bad been unusually careful and
economical, he would havo to be
turned out, liko tho proverbial
"old horse" to graze on the meagre
pasluro of his own providing; or,
as too often has happened, to ab
solute want; for the great Repub
lic has made no provision for tho
care of its old and faithful publio
servants who serve in a civil ca
pacity and havo become disabled
by age or other infirmities.
But, fortunatbly somoono, wiso
in his generation, bo thought him
of this chief clork who had long
been known as "Everybody's
Friend," and proposed a clause in
the new army bill, which created
a new offico in the Record and
Pension branch of tho War De
partment of an assistant with
the rank of a Major in tho per
manont army. John Twoedale
was not named; neither was
Dewey for tho Admiral, becanso
that would have interfered with the
President's prerogative, but every
body knew that John Tweedale
was meant just as plainly as was
Dawey for the Admiral; and bo by
the graco of tho American Con
gress and President MoKinloy, ho
is now an adsistant in tho Record
iu d Pension Branch of tho War
Department, and a major in the
In order to kill two birds with
out) stone or rathor to do two good
thingH at the Hiimo time tho bill
iniulu tho ohiof of the branoh a
Brigadier Qoneral, thus promo
ting another ablo and accomplish
ed official, General Fred. 0. Ains
worlh, who has conducted tho
affairs of that buroau for so long a
period and with such marked
hkill aud Buccoss.
Tho act was one that will commond
i'solE to tho whole regular army,
as nminently proper and with ono
exception will rocoivo its unquali
fied approval, from tho youngest
sub to its oldest general. The
ai my, would havo liked it bolter if
it could have callod this popular
official Col. Tweedale, but they
are glad to welcomo him to their
ranks ovou as a Major, and will
trust to tho generosity of eomo
equally thoughtful Congress to
make him what iu the first instance
ho ought to havo beou mado a
It croates no dissatisfaction be
cause it interferes with neither
tho rights nor ranks of anyone It
is an offico created for John
Tweedale and ho ocoupics it to
harm or disadvantage of no one.
By his long faithful and brilliant
Borvioea administered iu akindl),
modest and gentlemanly manner,
ho has fairly mou it. Long may
ho livo to perform iis"duties and
onjoy its honors, aud soon may
ho bo greeted ns Colonel Tweedalc.
Jnpanreo "Paper Knlvre."
Tliore aioattho police station
today several Japaneso knives
with ctrved ivoiy handles and
cases. They were labelled paper
knivos but they are about ns mur
dorous looking weapons as a per
son would care to Bee. In a Blot
on the outside of thucase of oach
is a small ivory knife. These are
perhaps the papor knives referred
to. Tim knives will bo iuBpecbd
by the Marshal who will then is
sue a permit or not as ho sues fit.
Xo New Development!.
Thero is nothing now in tho
Executivo building today except
ing tho Attorney General, and ho
is two days old and has boeu en
gaged all morning in the Judi
President Dole held a short
conferonco with Ministors King,
Damon and Superintendent Row
ell, making progress with a mat
ter of public improvemonts tho
naturo of which is not given out.
Tho certificates for Maunalei
Sugar Co. Btook are now ready for
distribution at the offico of Gear,
Lansing & Co. Holders of re
ceipts for earao are requested to
present same for exchange 0. B.
Gray, secretary, has. a notice in
today's Bulletin regarding cer
AVhnt HhakepHr Would Sajr.
A bicycle Is just what It Is made. A
good one Is a pleasure and pride to Its
owner, but if perchance he gets a poor one,
It were better he never had bought. Be
not the first to take up each new Idea, nor
yet the last to lay the old aside. The
manufacturers of the famous Sterling bicy
cle have always been known for their con
servatism. Every proportion, every de
tail of construction in the Sterling wheel
Is the result of most careful study. They
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 thorne 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
blcvcle defects aulcklv become known.
wlille its good qualities are recognized only
after long use. The Pacific Cycle & M'f 'g
Co., have half a car load of 1899 model
Sterling AMieels in transit. Price for the
highest grade ffo.oo.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the set 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
Subscribers to b& BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe dust
iness Office, Telephone 256.
Pflftlflft HflwIlVflPft P,n Utt
l UJV1UU 11UJ1UII UJ1 V VUI
To show you our Spring stock of
Men's and Boys' Clothing.
And if you want to boo tho swollost
lino of coif shirts Just stop ar.ound and
have a look at tho latest production of
tho boat shirt irado.
And If you want a stylish crash hat,
coma and hnvo a look at ours.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCfley BlOCi
Agents for Dr. Dclmel'a Llnen-Moeb
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono 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,
go. 90 and $10.65.
.Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are worth your in
Von Holt Block, King street.
BSTSoIe Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
having leased the rooms lately vacated by
them, together with 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 tills 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 witli them,
THE BANK OP HAWAII. LTD.,
F. C. ATHERTON,
1 1 73 Secretary.
S. J. R. Shaw lias now so far recovered
from ills recent accident that he Is able
to attend to calls made at his Veterinary
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
mio IPeople's Providers.
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.
Tho People's Providers.
' Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO, H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.-
"T n t f g-4- a Valuable Horse because you did not havo
IUU LUbl POTTIE'S REMEDIES.
mi 17j"ki-i-1 a way to lep animals In good condltton by having
I UU rUUHU POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
Vli JIeiri- to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and, Dogs In healthy
IUU TYS1IIL condition, and
Vr.ii fon r.-. I by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
X UU. VclU W II VETERINARY REMEDIES.
Read the Treatise on Diseases of Animals, and
keep a supply of REMEDIES on hand. Consult
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City .Furniture Store,
Tolophono 84G. Lovo Building, 5S1-536 Tort St.
TIME HAKES GHANGES&2
MIL 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. ONE OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE
IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHoIt Block, King Street.
THE NEW DRUG STORE. .
Redaction in Graphaphones,
Our agency rights are received direct
from the Jiome 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 reacii of
all. Look at the prices :
Eagle Graphaphones complete, S12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and one Way hearing tube, f 25.
Records, doz., f6; Blanks, doz., I3.
Recorders, 4.75. Bra hums and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO..
1169 112 Hotel street.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
received per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrimoo" a consignment of Australian
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE nt
the Market, King street. 1 170
Tlie Bulletin, 76c per month.
FIRST GR AND DISPLAYS
AND THURSDAY : : : :
$250 GASH !
TO SUIT .
75 x Mi facing either on King or Bere-t-mla
streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and sea
the lots TO-DAY.
Real Estate Aent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop-worn gc-oda on the coun
ters of merchants who adveitise in
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