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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APEIL 15, 1899.
Publlttid Evtry Day, except Sunday, at tie King
tttttt, Honolulu, H. 1., by tht
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
SATURDAY, AP1UL 15, 1899.
It now romnina to be eeon
whotbor tbo registration bounls
will havo tbo backbouo to reject
tbo hyphenated nmulgarnnted bnlf
nnd bnlf oath foisted upon tbo
olectora of tbo Republic by tbe
Captain Mahnu says tbat pre
paredness for war on tbo part of
tbe Uuited States would have
been a potent factor in averting
war witb Spain. Tbe mon who
opposed propor fortiGcations and
increase in tbo navy aro now
bowling against tbo so-called im
perialism which is the direct re
sult of their lack of foresight and
honest loyalty to tbo best interests
of tbo country.
Tbo Reveille, tbo bright weokly
published by tbe U. S. V. Engi
neers extends its farowoll greet
ings in this week's iesuo. Tbe
Roviollo's candlo of life is snuffed
in n very pleasant manner, tbo
last issue being marked with illus
trative foaturos and historical ro
views that mako it a valuable
ouvenir. Editor Ayres sayB that
his career as editor aud manager
has not been without the usual
trials aud tribulations of news
paper proprietors. Ho and tbo
boys of tbo battalion aro to bo
congratulated on tbo good work
they bavo done.
"Hawaii Noi," no historical Bnd
biographical review has just boon
issued by tho Hawaiian Gazetto
Company. From a mechanical
standpoint this volurao is one of
tho best works that has ever boon
issued from tho islands. It
speaks well for tbo progressive
epirit of Hawaii. Although tho
book is primarily an advertising
sobemo the articles by Prof. Alox
an dor, Dr. Emerson and othor
prominent men of Honolulu aro
accurate and interesting. Not the
least interesting featuro is tho fact
that yards of space aud detail aro
given tho fracas of 1895 while tho
details of the flag raising, tho
most important avent in Hawaiian
history is dismissed with u para
graph. EXKt'tmVK'B FLEETING SHOW.
Our cstoemod evening contem
porary, tbe Star, acting us an apo
logist for the Executive Council's
latest shift on tho labor question
says that wbilo tho Cabinet has re
ceived no direct communication
from "Washington, "thoro can bo no
doubt tbat a hint as to tho nocossi
ty of doaliug with tho oontract la
bor question has been received."
Further on, tho apologist, referring
lo "V. 0. Sraith'a pertinent ques
tion as to tho intention of this
niovemout, remarks, "Is it not rath
or, that kuowing what it does, tho
Cabinet is desirous of showing that
it is not in favor of contrnct labor
and tbat it is trying to force an is
sue which will bring about tho
gradual abolition of it, instead of
waiting till tbo United StateB laws
aro extonded, whon the syBlom
would cease in a Hash."
With ono exception this viow is
undoubtedly correct; iu plaoo of
tho word "knowing" uoo tho word
"fearing" and you hf.vo tho situa
tion in a nutshell. Eight months
nftor annexation, tbo Otibinot is
desirous of "showing" that it is
not iu favor of contract labor and
it in trying to forco an issno, This
show of desire comes at the oud of
a period during which Mr. Dole
and bis Cabinet bavo boon undor
oath to protect thu constitution
nnd laws of tho United States, and
durjnn thiB period Mr. Dolo and
his Cabinet havo issued permits
for sovoial thousand contract In
barera to outer Hawaii, Now comes
a movoment to show that it, tbo
Cabinet, is not in favor of contract
By this show, tho direct
answer to Mr. omitua ques
tion is given and it can bo
nouo other thau that tho Cabinet
seeks suddenly to throw tho res
pousibility for bringing con
tract Asiatic 1 aborors to Hawaii
upon tha planters upon tho busi
ness community of Hawaii. Tbe
Cabinet hopes to close tho volumo
which contains a history of i its
action daring tho first days of tho
annexation period, turn over a
new leaf and poBo beforo American
officials and tho American pooplo
as earnest champions in opposi
tion to contract labor. Tho show
is a moat perfunctory ono and
Amorican officials are keen
enough to readily size up tho
Mr. Dolo and bis cabinet aro
not more anxious to proparo for
tho 'certain abolition of assisted
and contract labor that will follow
tha oxtonsion of American laws
than aro tho planters. Tho plan
ters aro tho mon who must stand
tho possiblo financial strain of a
chango, tho business men of Ha
waii aro uoithor fools nor knaves
although that is tbo position in
whioh Mr. Dolo now seeks to
placo thorn, reserving for himself
all tho crodit for business and
politioal acumen that may bo go
ing. Tho business community is
in possession of and is recoivlng
as many hints from Washignton
as Mr. Dole and his cabinot, and
while they aro willing to meet tbo
situation in a straightfor
ward, usinoss liko way, ready
to assumo tho full responsibility
for their own acts, they are not
propared to act as puppet to bo
kicked about in the solo interests
of the political aspirations of Mr.
Dolo and his Cabinot.
How doos Mr. Dole explain tbo
action of his exocutivo in iseuiog
permits for eovoral thousand con
tract laborers the moment annex
ation was aasurod ? His official
organ said that the business in
terests of Hawaii required this
action. Aro the necessities of tho
business interests of Hawaii of
any loss importance today than
thoy wore immediately following
the period when tho Hawaiian
officials took the oath to tbo Unit
ed States ?
Lot Mr. Dolo nnd his cabinet
outlino a policy, a policy that at
loast has tbo American featuro of
being somotbing that can bo do
ponded upon for a woek, and will
not vary from the conciliatory to
tho revolutionary on fivo minutes
notico after a "bint" has beon re
ceived from Washington. Let Mr.
Dolo and his officials for once in
thoir Hooting political lives do
Bometbiutr by which they are
ready to stand or fall; for onco,
givo soma ovidencos of exeoutivo
Tho mombers of tho Kamoha
raoha Alumni Association woro
givon a reception at tho homo of
Mr. Thompson on tbo colloae
campus Inst evening. Added to
thoso woro the morabors of tbo
graduating class nnd tho girls
trom the Uirls' school.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK! titfdfMi Sfi'BLLn" !W
r 1 1 ' i
C. Brewer fie Co.
Ewa Plant'n Co
Himni Plan Co
Haw'n Acr. Co
Haw'n Sur Co
rionomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
Klnatiutu Su Co
KonabCo pa u
Maunalel SC I
" " pd up
OahuS Co. .
Onomea Su Co!
Olowalu Com y
Pjdfif Su Mill
Pala Plant'n Co
" " (pdup)
Wallku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-la S N Co
Haw'n blee Co
Mutual Tele Co
' pd up
Haw Gov,6pr cj
Oihu Ry&L Col
t lO.OOC t.900
100,000 1 ,00c
9 ,000,000 30,000
it O. R, 8e L. Co., 140: 4WaUlua Amm, tio; 50
ralalua raid un. 180: o Klhel. nUt $1000 Haw n
Gov't j rr cent 99; f Klhel. 6H; as walatua Asms,
Frank Kinsloa, foreman in tho
press rooms of tho Hawaiian
Gazetto Oo. has been missing for
tho past fivo days. It is believed
by somo that ho has loft tho coun
try. Most of bis frionda boliovo
tbat ho is still about town. Somo
ovon mako tho assertion that they
havo seen bim. A short time ago
Kinslea disappeared but turnod
Cure 01 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 then to we
out by chaffing on the rims, or have the
Inner tube cut by poundlne 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 vnlve does nt work
well pump a drop of water through It. No
particular care need be clven 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, 10 Keep it ciean irom 011
and grease, as both will rot rubber. The
Pacllic Cycle Co. give all purchasers of
the '00 model Sterllne blcvcle an option on
any tire In the market, $14 Palmer tires
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE 1
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Pacific Hardware Co.. Ltd.
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 hesl
The last time this question was asked the public some local wit sent
the following reply : Because he's a fool."
Perhaps the wit is right, but we think It more likely the man had
never heard thnt
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
were doing business in Honolulu nnd furnishing SURETY BONDS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION for n small annual premium. By the way,
did YOU know it ?
Call and get particulars.
The Whirl Begins
Our golf shirts have arrived, and
such a line has never before been
exhibited In Honolulu.
A clean sweep of all our last
year's stock left us, at the begin
ning of the year, without shirts.
NOW we have the brightest and
most perfect shirts of the shirt
makers' art. They are exclusive
patterns, manufactured expressly
for our order.
Our clothing does not need ad
vertising, and so with our hats.
All of our goods speak for them
selves. All we ask Is that you give us a
call. If you buy and are not sat
isfied your money Is yours to
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesli
underwear, aenu tor v-aiaiogue.
9 Hotel Street : : IfoTerlej BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 67G. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
FOR THE KITCHEN
For $1.00, or 10 Cents
FOR A SINGLE ONE.
You can make vour own assortment.
See them In our Big Window.
In a few days we will display a new
Blue Flame Oil Stove
which has no superior, and Invite you to
come and Inspect It.
Von Holt Block, King street.
erSole Agents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
The Dulldlnc of the Flat, A. D. 1777.
The Triumph of Our Flag, A. D. 189SI
By AMELIA WOODWARD TRUCSDELL.
A NEW BOOK.
By Edward Noyes westcott.
Chicago Evening Post says: "The
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
J. :m. WEBB,
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
A New, Cottage on the
beach at Waikiki, containing
4 Bedrooms, a large Lanai,
Kitchen, Patent W. C, Bath
rooms and Servants' Quarters.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands my son, William Llsliman, nt
Macfnrlane & Co,, Ltd,, will transact
affairs connected wllh my business under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April n, ityy, uyi'iw
And buy a homo and by bo doing secure
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you havo tho
fovcr and want to spoculato in Stocks,
wo will givo careful attention to any or
dors placed with us.
L. C. ABLBS,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Agent.
315 Fort Street. Telephone 130.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The Rock Lick Block
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 vererlnary discovery
ever brought under their notice.
In cases of WORMS, BOTTS, pleura, TUBERCULOSIS, Texas fever, milk 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 LIcU Block are rendered sufficiently strong constitutionally to resist parasites
and worms of all hinds. Millions of Stock die annully (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 well
as having a tonic.
Dairy Cows suffer from fever, sunstroke, tuberculosis, pleuro, Jnflammatlon 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.
0."W. MACFARLANE, A ffent.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Lovo Building, 5IU-53G Port St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 8T.
P. O. Uox 679
!: 1'uro DrugH and Choinkwls.
: Proscriptions and Family ltocolpts our sjioclftHy.
X Full lino of Toilot Requisites, Flnost I'orfumoH, Tollot WatorH, Faco
Powiloro, oto., etc. '
Kloctrla Holts nro rocominomlocl for nil Korvous Troubloa, Itlioumatlsm,
Loot Vitality, etc.
tt Wo soil tho Komilno Compound Cough Syrup,
j; For a Disinfectant iiho Chloroono.
Wrilit's Villa ai Itaiwal
Select Rathlng Resort
AND PAMILIRS :i
Rooms nnd Hoard,
Ilaths Tree to OucsU,
J. P. IIAYWAHO, MniwR.
534 TORT ST.,
-Ntar corner of ChipUtn Lin,
CUinlnc M Repairing ! Short Nolle,
Mine im Kepuring l snort N
milt tin t'ttt ponlble nunntr
kiwi's rm-'ur, nbaiuiapai,
Wn m niiMto k.