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THE EVENING BTJLLETJN: HONOLULU, H. 1., APRIL 14, 1899.
PublHhed Every Day, except Sunday, al aio King
aunt, Honolulu, 11. 1., by tha
Bulletin Publishing coaipany.
W. R. FARKINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
FRIDAY, AP11IL 11, 1899.
"If you dou't sea what jou want
obnugo it" now appears to bo tbp
policy oE tho Exeoutivo Council
toward tbo fur famed constitution
of Iho Republic. Mr. Dolo and
hia followers hiring a law unto
thotnaelveB, "any old thing goes."
A CbicBgo paper hrw discovered
tbat eovou tenths of the ablest fin
anciers operating on tho Chicago
Slock Esohango spout thoir early
days in hard labor on farms. If
the farm produces tho ablest fiu
ata'oiors, tho Honolulu Stock Ex
ohongo in ycnis to como will havt
rftlior to be supplied from tbe Aai
fctics, tho new com era or Byrou O.
This is tho oath required of Ha
waiiau official by tho President:
'Jl do eolemuly Bwenr that I will
irpport and dofend tbo Constitu
tion of tho United Statos of Amur
ica against all eneruioa foreign nnd
domestic tbat I will boar truo faith
and allegiance to tbo same; and tbat
I tako this obligation fraely, with
out any mental reservation or pur
poso of evasion. So help mo God."
. Query: Sicco tho Executive
Council considers it necessary to
bavo referenco to tho Constitution
of tho United States in tho oath
taken by electors, why should it
tako only a part of tho oath ad
ministored to ofiicials ?
"OXl, TWO. TURKIC. HIIIFT1"
Mr. Dolo and bis cohorts seek
to . shift tbo responsibility for
furtbor Asiatic immigration upon
tbo planters, and tbo official organ
tries to placo responsibility upon
the special agent of the United
States and finally upon Presidout
McKinley. Thus Mr. Dolo and
bis inner circlo meets n critical sit
uation involving a question of duty
to tho United States with tbo usu
al shifting shirking hositanoy that
is and has boon the principal fea
ture of local official lifo previous to
aud sinco annexation to tbo Unit
ed States. Tho Executivo has just
about as much capacity for
straight forward, consistent posi
tiveness, for ovolving and sticking
to a policy upon which the Amer
ican people nnd tho local business
men can depond, as a pig has for
high art. Wbicbovor way it turns,
tbo Exocutivo must sit on tho
pointed ond of a dilemma. Every
day that passes proves the truth
of Senator Gullom's lomark to an
Hawaiian official, "You don't ro
aliz3 yot that you are annexed."
What was treachery to Americ
an principle, by tho immigration
policy puisued immediately nftor
annexation, is now turned to
treachery towards the business
interoets of Hawaii. Aftor
having spent his time in tho Com
mission arguing for tho continu
ation of tbo old order of affairs
and writing an article for Har
per'a Weekly dwolling on tho
blespingaaccruiug from tho gradual
-not suddeu-political chango, Air.
Dolo all at onuo wakes up aud an
nouncos to tho business commun
ity of Hawaii that tho labor
policy muBt bo changed and tlifit
without further notice or tirno
to prepare for tho industrial
blockade that must nocossarily
rosult from ouch action. Not one
iota of sound business hoqho or
appreciation of duty to tho bus!
iiobb mot) of Hawaii nnd duty to
tho American ropublio appear
at any portion ot tho Executive
polioy, Iho responsibility for
whioh Mr. Dolo cannot escape
Not oucq in his romarki lioforo
tho pliiutom did Mr. Dole eon.
' stdor his duty ui an Ainoriorui
oitittuu of nulliolant iinpnitiinui) In
givo it pausing iiiniitlnii, Nol ouro
does tin reuognittu tlmt tho lliuiii'
olnl JulorcHlrj of Hawaii ara of
sufficient importance to bo given
tho bonofits of a gradual chango
similar to that givon political
As an nppointee of tho Presi
dent, Mr. Dolo says "wo cannot
afford to injure our prostigo"
with tho administration. Having
lost much prestige with Presi
ded MaKinloy it is not unnatural
that this matter should first receive
Mr. Dole's nttontion. Mr. Dolo fur
ther stated that tho continuation
of tho polioy of assisting Asiatic
labor to the country would furnish
tho advocates of colonial polioy a
powerful argnmont against as,
thus again demonstrating that it
is fear, not honest duty to Amer
ican prinoiple.sorving aB a promp
tur to this radical action. As a
business proposition effecting tho
Executivo, of which Mr. Dolo is
the chief, is this immigration mat
tor handled; tho effect upon tho
business community is of indif
foront momont providod tho chief
Executivo can shift political
accountability from his shoulders.
Mr. Dolo assorts that no orders
regarding immigration havo been
rocoived from Washington. Whoso
fault is it that such is tho case?
Has Mr. Dolo sought to obtain an
opinion from tbo Presidont? Tho
channols of correspondonco havo
boon open to kirn, nnd if bo has
not mado uso of them, it is no
ono's fault but his own.
Immediately nftor tho oloso of
tho conferonce Mr. Dolo asserts
that "no decision has boen reach
ed," Again the way is loft opon
for anothor shift. It rominds ono
of tho collcgo boy prank in whioh
tho leador of tho class says, "One,
two, three, shift!" whoroupon tho
boys uncross tboir legs and again
cross them making as mnch noiso
as possible by stamping on tho
Mr. Dole has mado a noiso by a
perfuuetory nnti-contrnct labor
spoeoh boforo the plantors and it
is. now in order for him, to again
piss tho word down tha Exocutivo
lino "One, two, three, Shift;"
shift tho policy, shift tho respon
sibility, shift anything and
ovorything so the polioy of
"gradual political chango" can bo
All tho business mon of Hawaii
ask for is stability. Givon a straight
forward business liko administra
tion they cau and aro willing to
adapt themselves to circumstan
ces. A policy boroft of a truo
sonso of duty to tho American
pooplo and prompted by tho
cowardly fear of boing givon a
political spanking by authorities
in Washington, is productive of
unnecessary panio in business
ceuters and serious finanoial loss.
Cowardly fear, with a loopholo
always opon for a shift is tho
mainspring of tho polioy with
whioh tbo Executivo now blocks
tbo business activity of Hawaii.
To call this attitude a polioy is to
dignify it mnro than is dosorved.
Tho handball playors whose
names aro on tbo list for tho
tournament nre urged to mako ar
rnnROinontfl for their matches as
soon as possible.
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 risked the public some local wit sent
the following reply : Because he's a fool."
Perhaps the wit is riht, but we think it more likely the man had
never heard that
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
were dolnj? business In Honolulu anil furnishing SURETY BONDS OF
I.VIJUY DESCRIPTION for a small annual premium. -l)y the way,
did YOU know It ?
Call and get particulars,
Tho Fidelity and Deposit
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
Capital ISh'r'a' Capital
lAutho'itJ Issu'd. Paid Up
C. Drawer &
Ewa Planfn Co
Haw'n Aer. Co
Haw'n Sue Co
Honomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
' Klhel PCoLdAs
" pd up
Kona SuCb, An
1 . "- J1 un
uanus 1,0, .
Onnmf a Su Co
Olowalu Com vt
Paauhau S I'Coj
Par tie Su M II
Pala Plant'n Col
" " (pdup)
walanae Com y
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-!- S N Co
Haw n Clec Co
Mutual Tele Co
" p'd up
Haw Gov.Cper c
loOahu , 383
Tho Planters Monthly for April
aside from its usual topics deals
with tho Punchbowl comutory
proposition. Editor Whitney re
lates mooting tbo lato King Kala
kaua while on bis way to plant
trocs in tho Punchbowl cratu.
Mr. Whitney bolioveB this placo
should bo used for park purposes
and bo known as Kalakaua.
Care of Rubber Tires.
Do not ride tires flat. A few miles of
such treatment will damage them more
than a full season's riding. Tires should
not be soft unless you want them to wear
out by chairing on the rims, or have the
Inner tube cut by pounding against the
spoke heads. Use care In handling the
valves of your tires. Do not treat them
roughly by screwing In the pump In a
hurry. Keep them free from dirt and dust
on the Inside. If a valve does not vorl
well pump a drop of water through It. No
particular care need be given the rubber.
All nibber will wear out In time, particu
larly In thlscllmate.but It is not materially
lnlured bv weather, dirt or water. It Is
well, however, to keep It clean from oil
and grease, as both will rot rubber. The
Pacific Cycle Co. give all purchasers of
the '09 model Sterling bicycle an option on
any tire In the market, 514 Palmer tires
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots nt special
prices regardless of the advance In
Company of Maryland
ooo.ooc io,oootf,ooo,ooo 365
750,000! 750,000 900
e,ooo,ooo ao,ooo a,ooo,ooo 400
175.00c 1,750 175.000
1 ,000,000 10,000 1,000,000 300
9,000,000 30,000 1,400,000 ajo
300,000 3,000 300,000 5uo
1,000,000 10,000 1,000,000 9O0
500,00c 5,000 500,000
500,000 5,000 500,00a
1,500.000 10,0001 t65 17
1,500,000 )o,ooo 1,500,000
160,000 1,600 t6o,ooo 130
300,000 3 00a 300,000
180,000 1,80a lPo.ooo
000,000 0,000 OO.OOC 13 15
100,000 1,00c 100,00a
9,400,00094,000 9,400,000,987 300
500,000 5,00a 500,000 135
150,000 1,30a 130,000
3,000,000 100,00a 5.ooo.coc
500,000 3,00a! 500,000
750,000 7,50a 730,000
750,000; 7,50a) 750,00c
1,330,00013,500 1,350,00c 490 450
1,500,00015,00a 1,500,000 18c
309,000 3,000 300,000
700,000 7,ooO 700,000
953,000 9,530 933,000
195,000 1,950 135,000 130
500,000 5,000 500,000
500,000 5,000 500,000
950,000 9,350 915,000
900,000 9,000 90,000
31,000 310 31,000
9,000,000 30,000 9,000,000 150
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The Dullilng of the Flag, A. D. 17;;.
The Triumph ol Our Plac, A. D. 1898I
By AMELIA WOODWARD TRUESDELL.
A NEW BOOK.
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Chicago Evening Post says: "The
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Hawaiian Curios, &c.
B B B
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full power of attorney,
Honolulu, April 11, 18 nyMw
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Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
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