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lUULUntN PUHUSWM. COMPANY
PANILL UrtlAN . Cllr Jlloi
MONDAY, Al'ltIL 17, 181W.
Qiiory; What iIoch U. H. Siin-
ntor Clmk think of. thin lnhor
luohleiu (i.iKCO of tho llnwuiimi
G overu uiun'Y
It ia etnlcd on Hupnuswlly (iootl
nuthority tlmt tho local govori -incut
lins received no word fioin
WaBuiugtou us to what it ought to
do in roannl to lnhor. Has the
CONcmiueut inndn any otTort to ol
tniu an opinion fioro l'iciihioiil
McKinli.' ? Or hue it hiuiiHohuB)
with its work that ling dci'tcasod
fiijco nnufxntlon th'd it hna not
lind tiuii to w il ? OriinMr.
Doio nnd hi' Culiinet gpi'iiding
their lira" Hifcuusiiiir 'vhioh one
Imstho iiutlmtity to scud mjuoiyr
to regain hist preytio with Wubli
ingtou ofllci'uN f
icxriiTivi: mjriwi.vi contkht.
oiipptJBO Corcoa6 r jold give
authority to I'r'suloul McKinley
nud his cabinet to mime llio gocclb
thut would ho rdlcwod to entrr
Ameiicnu porto froo of duty
That in exercising this authority
tho President declnro cotton and
woolen gooda duly freo and ufter
Amorican bui'inesB houtCB hud
bought lorgoly in foreign markets,
the President Huddi'uly unnounced
that a t)(J per coct duty mut-t he
paid on theeo Bntno goods. When
lauded in American portn. Even
tho Buppo'ti n that such n thing
miijht happou is nonsensical to
tho American mind, yet it would
bo a situation comparing favorab
ly with Mr. DoIo'b nttitudo on tho
As tho officiul organ announces
that the Executive cud have no
policy a quitu ur jifcebanry btatf
luctit in it'w nf (Lf ftist and looee
record of the pe.pt right months
wo would puggest thu Ux"cutive
publish n By Ant' ority detailing
certain wicks which it will devote
exclusively to cuesBing on what it
ought to do. This chango of
front every time a steamer arrivoe
from tho Coast bearing a "hint
from Washington" is disastrous
to tho business men nnd nothing
will bo lost by giving them a little
consideration even in Mr. Dole's
AMI'.IIH'AN MIMTtllY M'llllT.
Immediately following tho cIopo
of hostilities with Spain the Span
ieh sympathizers, commonly
known nsnnti expansiotiibts, gloat
ed gleofully over the complaints
made by tho citizen soldiery ai.d
predicted that a baker's doz.n of
volunteers could not ba obtained
for further military operations.
Now in tho midst of tho embulin
cd beof investigation, whon tho
horrors of war mid camp life and
tho sin of the American people
doing their duty has been fully
exploited, PreniJent MelCinlej
calls for moro uioii to hhoulder
tho Amorican arms aul bind
luomsolvFH to fight thu buttles of
tho United States for two years.
Recruiting Motions have been
cstnblifhed and recmitu art) by no
means u scarcity in fact tho regi
mental lists aro over subscribed.
Not tho leust notublu iutdiuico in
this recent cnlhtmont is tho fuut
that n Inrgo poitiou of (ho ro
cruiln nro men who solved in the
volunteor companies which huvo
boon mustered out of the service.
Not only will tho tanks bo filled
but thoy will be mude up of tho
boat of lighting mutorlal, tho vig
orous nnd nggroabivQ young inou
of tho country.
Thoirsml predictions having as
nsiml sulTered under I ho Runrch
v light of fncta it t higlily probable
.J.I.L 11. . 11
mni llio iiiiiwiiiupa win iiuw
inaintiiiii Hint this reiulinesH to
ontor tho military scrvico of tho
diiiiiH) innkfH in nil t Intuit ncii
urnllni lulluiiiiii) of hi my lift'. It
MirltH tin itorLta to llml Hint
thu yiiuuit men of tho imtibii nn
uultlicr cowimh nor tinltom nl
thoiiuh it Ih no (milt of the on
tmolloiiiHlH that thiy rue not. Tin
Hulilin in tlm Philippine, fai
from (liacourniiiiii! tho inllitiirj
Hpirit of tlio nation, Iihr bronchi
orowdx to the rooiuitiiitf stnttoi
rendy to follow and uphold tin
tlfi wherovur the patriotic sutiti
tut'iit of tho nut ion may lead.
TIIKN AMI NOW.
On Deeembor 1(J, 181)3, tho
otlicinl organ of the Hawaiian
uoverumeut published thf follow
ing in defonco of Mr. D.do's ouu
didacy for governor:
Whatever mny bo tho merits of
the labor qut'suou, aim we aro in
favor of wIjko hibor if it is po4--ihle
to oblaiu it, and so is evoiy
meinhor of the Dole Cabinet, tho
olautors are coufionlcd with the
most serious ipiedtiius iuvolvioi;
the labor Aupply. The D.ilo Gov.
erumunt, in ordei to protout bunk
ruptcy and mm, pai milted the
importation of Japanese laborers
It was an net of business necessity
and not ot choice.
On April 15, 189!) the day nfter
Mr. Dole suddenly aunounced to
the planter thut contract labor
importation must bo stopped, the
ollieial organ published this:
If the planting interest and the
community finally got into trouble
bccatiHO of uxecsbive immigration,
the Executive cannot bo held res
pousiblo for it.
Since Deo. 1G, 1898, the busi
ness cotutnuuity, relying, upi tin
supposedly established policy re
garding labor, have invented in
new plantations to tho oxtont of
sovcral millions of dollars. Tboo
new plantations requiro labor.
Mr. Dole on April 11 tolls the
planters that he cannot issue further
contract labor permits. Tho otli
cial organ tho fol'owing morning
says that the Executive cannot be
hld responsible if there is any
trouble because of txuessivo immi
What about "bankruptcy and
ruin" now r wuy lias tun gov
ernmental pioturo of horrors brou
so suddenly turned to ioa wa-1
ami tho responsibility handed over
to tho planting intereRts.
Hloppeil CJalhrrlnir Coal
The work of bringing in coals
from tho su no of the wreck of tho
Edward O'Brien has ceased for to
day and perhaps forgooJ. John
Mahuka, ouo of tho bott boys, has
received u niewsiiun from police
headquarter in which it is stated
that he, having hired men to get
coal fur him from flic- seene of tno
wreck nnd kcepinu all tho eoal
himself wns doiuii somethiuu
agniust the law, Mahuka has
warned all the other nativee who
have been enlherii'g the coal.
Tho man who bought tho uoal
of the Kdvwiid O'Brien has boen
making complaint at polico head
qunt ters of late.
By rir lite, ho B'inu'd qrt half
tho cent that is lOc.nuU, The
other half should go to tho men
who gather it, as salvugo,
Cupt. jTnudloMoof the Austrnlin
and n party of Indies nnd lmuiUh
incn wont out In Kolco Hind in t
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 asked the public some local wit sent
the following reply : Because lie's a fool,"
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 SUIUiTY BONDS OF
liVISRY DESCRIPTION for a-small annual premium. By the way,
did YOU know it ?
Cull and get particulars,
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
To-il.i.v'H lloilOltllll fcilucli
wiuiiiixk. Cr"' fhr.CaMul .i i.ii
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lormmu Su Co, i,tiJ .iw )uu,ax
mMji4 S Kftr i,tu.niioiDj t,uv
iiku rt"rit junt
i thukd I'l'n (,i $yo,on
Kiltrl PCnUAv t,)ov
Klpahulu Su C.J
" " pi UM
Omtmeil Su Co
lM,n I.oum luO,Myi
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O.Duu lnu ty3,tri
lUauliluSPCo 5.uru,uio ioo(or ytKjtxi
Pjiclhc Su Milt suMxwj l.wi yu.unt4
P.,U PUnl'n Co $o,tmo ?,jcV ts.).uii
Prt.kruSuCo 10.00 f.toa tta.uxi
PiunfvrMIII Co l.tto.ouull.scn, l,itouot
vi aim i io v
n to . ih
U tllnkj b'1 1 o,
WMJfr S S Co'
lliw'n LlM Co.
Mutual Trlr Co
... lam .a'
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Dj UP 11.000 lid
UAT1U Kyot L V.0 f ,ov,ouo 0,ou.
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Oihu Uykl Co1.
Cunt of Tlianbl,
Through no oversight wo omit
ted to mention that the cuts in tho
last isuue of tho "ltovoillo" wero
kindly lonnod to us by Mr. Frank
Godfrey, to whom wo tako this
opportunity of returning our sin
cere thanks. II. W. Aviies,
Cure of lUiltlicr TIi'ch.
Do not ride tires flat. A few miles of
such treatment will damage them more
th.m a full season's ridliiR. Tires should
not be soft unless you want them to wear
out by chaffing on the rims, or have the
Inner tube cut by pounding against the
spoke heads. Use care In handling the
valves 01 your tires, uo not ircai mem
roughly by screwing In the pump In a
hurry. Keep them free from dirt and dust
on the Inside. If a valve docs not work
well pump a drop of water through It. No
particular ore need be given the rubber.
All rubber will wear out In time, particu
larly In thlscllmate.but It Isnot materially
injured by weather, dirt or water. It Is
well, however, to keep It clean from oil
and grease, as both will rot rubber. The
I'.icllic Cycle Co. give all purchasers of
the 'o'l model Sterling blcyJe iiitoption on
any tire In the market, 14 Palmer tires
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Pacific Mm Co., Ui,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU. )
The Whirl Begins
Our Rolf liltt have nrrlvrJ, nnJ
such .1 line hns 1 ever before txrn
exhlbltetl In Honolulu.
A clean sutcjt of all our List
year's stoch left uj, nt the brclii'
nine of the ye.ir. without shirt.
NOW we h.ive the brightest and
incut etfect shirts of the shirt
makers' art. They are exclusive
patterns, manufactured expressly
fur our order.
Our clothing does not need ad
vertising, and so with our hats.
All of our Roods speak for them
All weaslc Is that you Rive us a
call. If you buy nnd are not sat
isfied your money Is yours to
for Dr. Delmcl's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Oolel Street : : WaYCrley BIOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 6;6. No. ;!!, Hotel St.
FOR THE KITCHEN
For $1.00, or 10 Cents
FOR A SINGLE ONE.
You can make your 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 anu inspeci it.
..Von Holt Block, King Hlrcct.
efflrSole Acents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurncy Cleaiuble Re
frigerators, Primus Ull btoves.
Ttit IlulUIne of the riac, A. D. nil.
Tht Triumph of Our Hag, A. D. 1898!
By AMELIA WOODWAUD TKUtSDHLL,
A NEW BOOK.
By EDWARD NOYCS WESTCOTT.
Chlcaeo Evenlne Post savs: "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 CUIclOS, &C.
A New, Cottage on the
beach at WaikiM, containing
4 Bedrooms, a large Lanai,
Kitchen, Patent W. C, Bath
rooms and Servants' Quarters,
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
During my absence from the Hawaiian
Islands my son, Wlllfatn Llshmnn, at
Mncfarlane & Co,, Ltd., will tr.1ns.1ct
aflnlrs connected with my business under
full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April n, i&jq, i 192-1 w
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
Shirt Waists !
The Lnrgcst Assortment of Populur Sellers.
Muclc Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy 11 homo and by ho doing hcuui'o
monthly dividcmlH, this in our advice,
and wo have koiuo bargains in Real
EstUte. IJowovcr, if you luivo tho
fovor and want lo nuuu1a(o in Stocks,
avo will give careful ulleniion to any or
doi'H placed with utt.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO, H. DAYIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The Rock Lick Block !
To the Dutryninn It Is of very great Importance! To the Sheep PjiiMncr
It is an imperative requisite, ino uorse or
No parasite can continue In the body of animals that get It.
ItocU Llclc Block, besides
and parasite destroyer, a blood purifier,
a remarkable manr.er, at the cost of Sulphate ol Iron and Salt. Our directions are
given to economise; It leaves no Injurious effects If taken continuously; and It con
tains no poison,
Sliucp should get this hick as a preventive.
Dutry Cowh. As a preventive to pleura, tuberculosis, Infiamatlon of the
feet, stomach flckncss, Impaction of the stomach, etc., It has no equal. Keep a cou
ple of boxes In your milking yard.
In attacks of all diseases allow the Lick continuously until the disease
HuPbCS. Stock and all grass fed horses should get It monthly. Young horses
are especially subject to worms, botts, nnd other ailments which this Lick Is a
specific for. In tropical climates the horse Is subject to parasitical diseases which
cause great weakness, debility, paralysis, and death. This Lick Is a remedy.
All outbreaks of strangles, pinkeye, influenza, malignant sore throat, nre modified by
the use of the Lick.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolopliuno 810. Lovo Building, 5!M-530 Tort, St.
TIIK NEW DJIUG 8T0JIU.
: l'uro Drugi uml CIioiiiIchIh,
: l'roHcrliitloiiHuixl I'liiiilly It
1 : J'roHcrlptlniiH mid run illy Itccolnti our Hpnclnlty.
1 : inn lino or toiioi jiooiiihiiuh. !
: Full lino of Tollctt KorjulHltuH.
I'ouilorti, ot;., etc,
,4. I !. I I IU HJ.nHIW f VWimiltVtHlVU
I.ot Vitality, (ilo.
44 lilfwt rti HnWu nfn VAftntt1iiin,1,,l
Wu mil inn goniuiio compound Cougii Kyrup,
Torn niHliifrclnnt iii-o C'lilornono.
ffriilit's Villa all Hulid
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ss
Rooms nnd Hwird.
Haths Free to Guests,
J, F, UAVWARD, Manager.
Real Estate Agent.
came owner can altera to be without It.
a great nerli.
a creat he
1.1I medicine tonic, a sure worm
builds upwind strengthens the constitution in
VON HOLT ISLOCK, ICING ST.
'jiiuht I'urfuiuuH, Tollot WutorH, Toco
n nil Vimtrnnu frvnlllilAa 111,. ..It....
(Ml 11 .llWf UUtl UIIIIUna i ftllUII I11UI I Rill
934 FORT ST.,
Nar corner ol Chaplain Lint
Cleaning anl Hcpal'lng al Short Notice,
nj in in. pen pnwpi. manner
TUKNEIIS (NI) I'OI I;TS of all Jilndi oINatlv.
Woodi. CAUIIAMItS InolKikanJIoorder,