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ITHE EVEMNG BrLLFTIB: HONOLULU, H. I., APBIL 18, 1899.
f ublulitj Evfty l)v, t(pt Sim.lnv, ( no King
tliett, Honolulu, II. I., by th
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARMNGTON Editor
DN1FI IfKJAN CltyEJIIor
VIlUltSUA'X, Al'lUL 13, 1899.
UATII Mill JllUniH AM) 1'l.hCIUUH.
Tlio nrticlo of the coiiBlilution
of tho ltepublio of ilmviiii, umlrr
which the Executives linn bbsumhI
tbo right to chnuge tho onth re
quired of elcctorp, rends n hi
Iowa: "Uult?BB othorwiee provided by
law, the Prcbidout, with Urn ap
proval of tbo Cnbiiiet, Hlmll h.no
power to rrmko ruled and.regalu
tiotiH uot irjconeislont herewith,
for lulminitlflihig ontliB and huld
inp elections provided for by thin
It is to bo supposed Hint tho
terms "make ru'es imd reijubi
tioiiB" and "Hiluiinislfriug onth''
nro interpreted by tboExecu'ive
to mean that Mr. Dalo with the
consent of liis cnbiunt can charge
tho ooth to meet tho contiugtiicieb
of any election.
Why fcbould tbo Executive ho
suddenly wake up to cxercmiiif!
this ixtmordinnry authority Y
"What dictionary yivee nltoriug art
n eynomyn for "adniinitteriii),'?"
Article 101 of tho Constitution
of the Republic of Hawaii rolnlitif.'
to "oath of ofllceiP, electors, legis
lators, jurors," rrnda: "No per
bod shrill be cliyiblo to b an olli
cer, seualor or repiefentntivo un
der tho republic or an elector of
senators or representatives, or a
juror, until he fihall havo taken
tho following oath or nflirmution,
viz:" then followu tho regulation
oath of the republic.
Now how many jurots since the
annexation of Iiawuii to the
United Statos, havo been requind
to include in their onth the uudr
"tho Couetilution of tho TJuitod
States and?" How many juiors
who took the oath to the
Republic previous to August
12, havo betn required to
tako an oath to tho United State
befoto serving on juries sitting
einco August 12? Doubllces, the
officials of Hawaii will, as usual,
my, "That's different." "Xet the
constitution of Hawaii does not
recognizes the difforenco.
this r.xixLTivi: and i.aiioii.
It is asecrted that tho Cabinet's
opposition to issuing further labor
permits is tbo fear of such action
boing used as au nrgumout in
favor of a colonial government for
Hawaii. Thus the Cabinet docs
not recognize nny duty as regards
immigration until tho baud bag
of colonial government is swung
in tho vicinity of its head.
This eleventh hour conversion
ij very iuteretting aud tho oflicial
organ will doubtless publish a
long article "to Lo sant to friends
abroad and prominent friend in
Washington" detailing how thor
oughly imbued with American
Mens is tlio great Executive
Council. So far its anything Mr.
Dole. and his Cabinet cau now do
to provo tlioir detiro to follow
American ptiuciples, they might
just as well die for a sheep
as a lamb. Immediately af
ter annexation, they opened the
doors ao they had not lit en open
ed formouths, thus giving impet
us to tho enlnrginiout of pbiutn
tion properties aud tho starting of
ruw pluus for development. Now
iu tho midst of this development,
Mr. Dole and his advisors, or somo
of thorn, sit down on tbo business
community and onnounco, " Wo
aro Amoricans ncd you cau't have
nny moro laborers. We have
guossed again and decided that wo
nro now hone illy Amorican uutil
this colouiil hoodoo is out of the
Tho laokadazicul indeoision of
Hiwuiifl Innding otiiuials is again
taido manifest. Its attouipU to
Serve : two, mat tore fortunately re-
buliB in bringing daily proofs of
lulioiu uesitunoy nuil lack ot exe
cutive capacity. Tho Executive
has put itself between two dilemas
and must suffer just condemnation
from Americau officials and from
tho business community as well.
TIIK WOIII.IVH CAULKS.
Tho Monthly Summary of Com
merce and Finance of tho United
States for January contains an
exhaustive article on the eub
marino cablcB of tho world and
draws interesting conclusions on
tho effect this method of com
munication has had upon the trado
of tho countries connected.
Tho total numbor of Bubmarino
telegraphs is now 1C0O with an
aggregato length of cablo ol 170,
liOO miles; of this total 160,000
mill's belongs to thirty-five com
panics, tbo remnindor being con
trolled by governments. In tho
fifty years since tho feasibility of
submarine telegraphy was proved
the eleotrio wires havo crossed
every great body or water
known, with ouo exception the
PaciGc. In oilier words, in com
munication with the outride
world, woof the Pacifio nro fifty
years bohiud tbo Minos. Darkest
Africa, half-civilized China and
the antipodes of South America
are in clobor touch with tbo world's
business centres than the islauds
of tbo Pacific.
Tbo cbiof obstacle to tho Pa
cifio cablo is found in the fact that
heretofore thoro have not beon
sufficient mid-ocean landing-
places controlled by one govern
ment. With the islands now un
der Amorican control there is
practically no obstacle to immo-
dinto notion. "With landing places
at Hawaii, Wake Island, Guam and
tho PhillipiucB, however, no sec
tion of n cablo stretching from tho
United Stales to Asia and touch
iug at theso islands would havo n
length equal to that now in daily
operation botweeu Frnuco and the
Ono of the most interesting
features of this reviow given by
tho Trensury department is tbo
effect tho inexpensive method of
transmitting messages has had
upon tho Commerco of tho United
States. "Tho first successful
cablo lines betweon tho United
States and Europo woro put iu
operation in lb'GG. Iu that year,
our commerco with Europp
amounted to $UG2,232,289;in 187(3,
to 8728,959,053; in 1880, to $848,
411,504; in 189G, S1.09 1,082,874
and in 1698, to 81,279,739,930,
whilo our commerce with the
whole world, which in 18GG
amounted to $783,0 l,Gb8, in
1898 amounted to $1,847,531,984."
In this great increase in trude
tho development of the homo in
dustry of the United States and
improvements of transportation
facilities has of course played au
important pirt, yet by negative
reasoning it is fair to conclude
that the United States would con
trol a larger portion of the
Oriental trade if it woro in
closor contact by means of cable
liues. The camuieroaof tlio Orient
aud Ocoauica amounts to two mil-
Why will a man refuse the request of a
friend to endorse his three months' promis
sory note for One Thousand Dollars, and at
the same time become his surety for Ten
Thousand Dollars without the slightest hesi
The last time this question was
the following reply : because lie's a tool."
Perhaps the wit is right, but we think It more likely the man had
never heard that
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
were doing business in Honolulu and furnishing SURETY BONDS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION for a small annual premium. By the way,
did YOU know it?
Call and get particulars.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
lion dollais annunlly with imports
nmouuling to $1,200,000 annually.
Of this great market, tho United
Stales obtains less than six per
cent, although tho Americans
manufacture tuo goons neoiloct in
thoso ranrkots. With direct
cablo lines that will allow
quick and comparatively cheap
communication, tbo United Slates
will at least have remove 1 one of
tho serious disadvantages experi
enced iu gaining a stronger foot
hold in tho Oriental markets.
Hawaii cannot fail to reap benefits
in equal if not largor proportion
thau any other section of tho
NAMB STOCKACjW!ji IShVj &$'
C. Brewer fit Co Ii.ooo.oorJ
Ewa Plant'n Co
Haw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Sug Co
Monomu Su Co
Hon ok a i S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
1 7 5.00
I? 5. ono 1,750
Koloa Sugar Co
KoraSCo.r J ur
Maunaltl SC A
1 . " J14 ur
uanus co. .
OnninAi n f"n
Paauhau S PCo
Paclfic Su Mill
? 50,000) 7,500
Pioneer Mill Co'
1,350,000 1 1,500
walluku Mi Col
700,000 7,ooO 700,000
WiUer S S Co
Haw'n Kite Co.
Mutual Tele Co
p d up
Haw Gov,6per d
joKlhel, it; m Mauiulel, u: to llonctu.i Sucr
C"., .8$; 105 wjiLilua, Assessable, no; ao WaUIiu.
EalJ up, 180; 10 Walalua, rU up, 1S0; 7 O. K. &
, Co., 140; 50 Oihu. 980.
Cure ol Rubber Tires.
Do not ride tires flat. A few miles of
such treatment will damage them more
than a full season's rldimr. Tires should
not be soft unless you want tliem to wear
out by chaffuiK on the rims, or have the
inner tube cut by pounding against the
spoke heads. Use care In handllmj.the
valves of your tire?. Do not treat them
roughly by screwing in the pump In a
liurrv. Keen them free from dirt and dust
on the Inside. If a valve does not work
well pump a drop of water through It. No
particular care need be given the rubber.
All rubber will wear out in time, particu
larly in this climate, but It Is not materially
Injured by weather, dirt or water. It is
well, however, to keep It clean from oil
and grease, as both wljl rot rubber. The
Pacific Cycle Co. give all purchasers of
the '09 model Sterling bicycle an option on
any tire in the market, J14 Palmer tires
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
asked the public some local wit sent
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
Of a FASHIONABLE SUIT
presupposes the purchase of a FINE HAT
to complete the harmony of dress. Our
suits are stylish and dressy, and our hats
made to match. Suits from fio.oo up.
Spring Hats both In straw, and felt from
Si. 00 up.
The varied styles, the wondeiful variety
of silks which mark the high-class neck
wear In our large stock, Is not a dream but
a veritable fact. Our spring patterns
have never been surpassed In the history
of neck dress. Whether style of silk or
pattern, or the most dressy or fashionable,
we have it. Prices from 25 cents up.
Bat ties, Ascot, Four-In-Hand, Club, Tesk
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 070.
The tlulldlne ol the Hag, A. D. ittt.
The Triumph of Our PUg, A. D. 1898!
By AMELIA WOODWARD TRUESDELL.
A NEW HOOK.
By EDWARD NOYES WESTCOTT.
Chicago Evening Post says:
quaint character of David Harum proves
to be an Inexhaustible source of amuse
ment." St. Louis Globe-Democrat says : 'One
of the few distinct and living types In the
FOR SALE BY
Hawaii an Curios, &c.
B B B
Wo lmvo commoncod with tho first
letter and will run through tho alpha
hot, ouo lottor for each wook. Iload tho
list of artlclo wo carry in stock.
Baskets, Ilutter Moulds,
Butter Puddlos, llutchor Knlvos,
Bread Aud Buttor Platos,
Dread And Buttor Knlvos,
Broad Boxes, Bread Fans,
lioor Glasses, Bon Bon Dlshos,
Bon Bon Spoons, Bolls,
Bono Plates', Borry Sots,
Banquet Lamps, U radio t Lamps,
Baking Shells, Brollors,
Baby Food Cups, Dako Dlshos,
Bako Puns, Basins,
Bast I UK' Spoons, Baths (Infanta),
Bowls, Broad Ilalsois,
Buckets, Bird Cages,
Bird's Bath, Bouillon Cups,
Bush Hooks, Brooms;
Brackots, Bracos, Bits,
And many othor urtlclos In B.
V.W. Dimond & Co.,
Von lTolt niock, King street.
jSTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
A New, Cottage on the
beach at Waikiki, containing
4 Bedrooms, a large Lanai,
Kitchen, Patent W. C, Bath
rooms and Servants' Qiwrters.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands my son, William Lishman, at
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd., will transact
affairs connected with my business under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 11, 1899. 1192MW
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment of Popular Seller
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE3 OF LOT, 200x290,
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Bath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room and Closet.
Servants' House of 4 rooms, Carriage House, and everything re
quired for a first-class home.
The grounds are planted with all kinds of fruit and ornamental
trees, flowers and ferns.
This is one of the nicest homes in Honolulu. Must be. seen to be
appreciated. For further particulars see
L. C. ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Cos
THEO. H. DAV1ES CO.. LTD.
Is a discovery, the result of thirty years' practical experience In the doctoring of
STOCK for worms and parasitic diseases. It Is UNANIMOUSLY declared by
STOCK OWNERS who have used It to be the most Important vererinary discovery
ever brought under their notice.
In cases of WORMS. BOTTS. rleuro. TUBERCULOSIS. Texas fever, mlllc and
other fevers, Its value as a preventive Is incalculable; as a cure immeasurable.
Acting as it does both as a tonic and restorative, animals accustomed to use the
Rock Lick Block are rendered sufficiently strong constitutionally to resist parasites
and worms of all hinds. Millions of Stock die annuity (sheep In particular) from
wasting, dropsical, or bottled diseases, notwithstanding that they are drenched
repeatedly, as well as receiving a continuous supply of salt and Iron.
Horses sufferfrom botts and woims, and require to have them removed, as welt
as having a tonic.
Dairy Cows suffer from fever, sunstroke, tuberculosis, pleuro, Inflammation of
the feet, inflamed udders, etc., etc.
The use of the Rock Lick Block entirely supersedes the primitive and expen
sive system of drenching. All animals take it readily.
CVW- MAOPA EML, A.TVE, A front.
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Teloiiliono SAG. Lovo Uuiiaing, 5.'U-53G Port &
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. 00x679
it Puro Drugs and Chemicals.
J: : ProKcriptlims and Family ItoeolptH our specialty.
tt Full lino of Tollot ltoqulsltes. l'luobt l'orfumos, Toilet Vt'iilorH, Faco
Fowilorn, etc., uto.
Klectrla Holts aro rccommoiulcd for nil Nervous Troubles, Itlioumntlsin,
Loft Vilullty, uto.
tt Wo toll tlio ponulno Compound Cough Syrup.
tl For 11 DlHlnfeclant uo Chlorozono.
Wilit's Tllli and Iliiwai
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Board.
Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
for Hawaiian Islands lJP
DRUG CO. U
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Merchant Tailo. t
534 FORT ST., ,
Cleanlnc and Repairing at Short Notice.
i . !! ui ttfiiayiain L.40A 3
m in nc w juiuic manner
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