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.THE EVI?MNG HrLLET'N: HONOLULU, H. I., APKIL 18, 1899.
f jMlshed Every Pay. ocrpt Sunday, it no King
sweet, Honolulu, II, I., by the
BULLETIN PUliLISHINO COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINlJTON Editor
DANIEL UxUN City Editor
TUESDAY, APUIL 18, 1899.
rinc m:w Mtiiir.
Mr. Dolo tmncmncfui yesterdny
that "tlio Government is Bottled
in its opinion that immigrntiou
for labor pnipoeeB cannot bo fur
ther neainted." Ouo of bia Oabi
not Ministers Bnid that tlio plnut
otb wcro commondcd to tlio kiuil
oousidorntion of tho anthorilicH
in Wellington; Mill nnotlior snyd
that tho pooitinn o( tho Cabinet
is entirely misunderstood down
town and that tho government
fs not opposed to tho importation
of labor. It is quito natural to
suppose, if nnyona wnnls a varie
gated opinion from the Executive
that will suit tvorybody all one
lias to do is to nek for it.
This kindly and thoughtful
referenco of the business men to
tho aulhoritii b in Washington is
tho moet childish thing yet sug
gested, particularly in view of the
hining exaroplo of nn ultra pa
t;rnnl government which tho
Republic of Hawaii has given by
its bygone manufaoluro of local
history. Dots Mr. Smith require
any further uuswor to his ques
tion whether tho government is
Becking to shift the responsibility
for Asiatic contioct immigration
past, present and futuro? The
matter of bringing Jupanose con
tract laborto Hawaii has "como
to bo seen more cloarly by the
government in the light of
tho United Staten Constitu
tion and laws." It is "now
folt to be not merely contrary to
tho spirit of tho United States
constitution, but positively illegal
to import oithprj nssibtcd or con
tract labor from any foreign coun
try." This coming from a mem
ber of Mr. Dole's otlicial family is
n gem of admission that is worthy
of tho eorious consideration of tho
Democratic party in its attempt to
sidle away from the Iti tol issue.
Tho guessing contest has resolved
itself into n genoral teiirch for ex
cuses tbatwill create a "good im
pression in "Washington."
Tho battlo cry of "bankruptcy
aid ruin" that was sent out four
months aflur annexation is proved
to bo a hoodoo to tho oOicinl fami
ly. Now it is published abroad
that Mr. Dole and his counsellors
bavo soen a new light ,tho con
stitution and laws of tho United
States. How it happena that
eight months have been required
for this nowjlight to permcato tho
Dolean darkness can only bo ex
plained in the wio declaration of
tho Cabinet apoligist who speaks
of "a hint from Washington."
Although it may bo that Mr. Dole
and his Cabinet have been sitting
up nights reading tho constitution
of tho United States. Like over
worked and distressed students,
thoy aro afraid of tho shadows of
tho past, afraid for their political
lives nnd like orront cowards seek
to shift tho burdon of responsibili
ty upon tho business community.
Business "bankruptcy and ruin"
m outlined by the official organ is
no longer a matter of moment
with, tho officials of Hawaii wheu
private' otlicial o"pirations aro
threatened. Having been coward
ly and troicherous in dealing with
immigrntiou immediately after
annexation it is not surprising
that tho business community is
now made to puller from further
Now York, April 10. Tho gun
boat Yosemifo, which is to carry
Governor Richard P. Leary,
Unitod States Navy, to Guam, is
here preparing for her cruise
through tho Snczciuinl. Elaborate
quaitrs liavo bpon fitted up for
iioary, and tho ship also carries
tho furnituro for the Government
SPANISH MR CLOSED
WnRbinrrlnn. Anril 11. The
onuditiou of war which lmfl exipt-
od between tho United Stoles and
Spain sinco April 2 , 1893, ter
minated today, when tho last for
malities in tho restoration of peace
wero performed by tho exchange
of tho ratifications of tho peact
treaty. Coincident with this, Pro
eidout AloKioley issued his pro
clamation declaring that the wa
wos at an end, ami the appoii t
inont of Bellamy Storor was do
tormined upon ns Unitod States
Miuiator to Spain.
Eight candidutes for tenchers'
ccMiucates pfiBsed in tho first
class, four in tho Becond nnd threo
in tho third a total of fifteen out
of thirty four who took tho ox
Towneond refuses to givo a list of
tho successful applicants for
publication. Although not op
posed to it personally, ho says
publication is forbidden by a rule
of the Hoard.
Mr. Townsend says that of the
number paesed six aro not in tho
employ of the Board nnd aro not
applicants for positions.
Pence Congrrs. DHrjjMfi.
Washington, April 6. The Se
cretary of Stato has announced
tho list of men selected for tho
United States delegation to the
disarmament Congress, which
will meet at Tho Hague in tho
latter part of May. Tho delega
tion consists of Andrew D. White,
United States Embassador at
Berlin; Mr. Nowoll, Unitod States
Minietor to the Netherlands; Seth
Low of tho Columbia University,
Now York; Captain Crazior, Ord
nance Department, United States
Army, and Captain A. T. Mohan,
U. S. N., retired; Frederick Holts
of Now York will bo secretary of
Hlxlh Artillery Arrive.
A battalion of the Sixth Artil
lery in oommaud of Col. S. M.
Mills arrived in tho Nippon Maru
this morning and as the steamer
came in sight around Diamond
Hond, it was with all her flags and
bunting flying in honor of the
arrival of tho troopi. Thero aro
4G5 men in the battalion. There
aro no heavy guns but each man
is provided with an Army rillo.
Tho officers, other than the Colo
nel in comroaud, are ns fellows:
Captains Slaker, Ratterly and
Marsh, Lioutonnntfl Hancock, Kot-
chum, Cree and Smith and Drs.
Sims and Banta.
Onicen Clab Knl.rtalna.
Tho members of tho Officers
Club, N. G. H , will givo a faro
well to the officers of the depart
ing Engineers at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening. A musical
progam has beou arranged and it
is certain the Eugineors will be
given a most heaity send off. The
arrangement nre in charge of tho
Honeo Committeo, Cant. Paul
Smith, chuirman, Col. Charles
McCarthy and Major Jrurdy.
Janet Waldorf Company.
Tho Janet Waldorf Company,
of sixteen people, arrived in tho
Nippon Maru.- Janet Waldorf is
the young American actress who
has created a veritable sensation
by Lor clover and artistic
portrayal of Sbakospearo. The
company will open on Saturday
night in tlio "J welftu JNignt."
m m p.
A. L. 0. Atkinson left on tho
morning train for Wnian&o to
prosccuto an important case of
assault with a deadly weapon.
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 he's a fool.""
Perhaps the wit is right, but we
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,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
I Exchange Report.
NAME STOCK) SSSSAAi fiB'W'
C. lire rr & Co $i .oovor)
10,000 ft ,ooo,ocxx
AtnSuLo pd up
4twn Ar. Co
riaw'n Sup Co
Monomu Su Co
Honokiia S Co
1 Cahuku ll'n Co
" rd up
Maunalcl SC A
' " pJ up
OahuS Co. .
Onomta Su Cc
Pacific Su Mill
Pioneer Mill Co
a, 400,000 94,1
9.CXJ0,' .xj w.fKiol
Walluku Su Co;
WlMer S S Co
Haw'n Elc Co
Mutual Trie Co
M p'd P
flaw Gov,6per c
ifMiuniltl, 19; loKlhel, 11H; 30 Honokaa, 985;
50 WaUlua PI4 up, 180
Thoi, nareinerer Dead.
New lork, April 9. Thomas
J. Hovemoyor died today nt his
home in Throgg's Neck. Ho had
not beon in good health for sev
eral years and had been an in
valid from norvoua proslrationfor
some months. Tho immediate
cause of his death was a hemor
rhage of the brain.
Cnrc oJ Rubber Tires.
Do not riJe 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 chaffing 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 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 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
Pacific Cycle Co. give all purchasepyvpf
the 'qq model Sterling bicycle an option on
any tire In the market, 514 Palmer tires
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE 1
SUCTION HOSE! ft
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., M,
think it more likely the man had
The Whirl Begins
Our golf shirts have arrived, and
such a line has rever 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. DelmePs Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerlGY BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. 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
Bine Flame "Oil Sto
which has no superior, and invite you to
come and Inspect it.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
SSTSole Aeents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" stoves, uurney uieanaDie Ke
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
The Dullilns of the Flir. A. D. J7?r.
The Triumph of Our Flatr. A. D. 1898 1
By AMELIA WOODWARD TRUESDELL.
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. HUE. 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.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
A dividend for the six months ending
March 31st, was this day, declared by the
Directors of the Pacific Hardware Co.,
Ltd., payable to stockholders of record of
that date and due April 20th, 1809.
L. E. PINKHAM,
Honolulu, April 4th, 1809. n86-6t
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy a .homo and by so doing secure
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wo have somo bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you have tho
fovor and want to sxcculato in Stocks.
wo will givo careful attention to any or
dors placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAV1ES CO., LTD. -
The Rock Lick Block !
To the Dairyman It Is of very great Importance; To the Sheep Farmer
It is an Imperative requisite. No horse or cattle owner can afford to be without It.
No parasite can continue In the body of animals that get It.
Rock Lick Block, besides being a great herbal medicine tonic, a sure worm
and parasite destroyer, a blood purifier, builds up and strengthens the constitution In
a remarkable manner, at the cost of Sulphate ot Iron and Salt. Our directions are
given to economise; it leaves no injurious effects if taken continuously; and It con
tains no poison,
Sheep should get this Lick as a preventive.
Dairy Cows. As a preventive to pleuro, tuberculosis, Inflamatlon of the
feet, stomach sickness, 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 contlruously until the disease
Horses. Stock and all grass fed horses should get It monthly. Young horses
are especially subject to worms, bolts, and 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, are modified by
the use of the Lick.
O.W. MAOPABLANE, A yent.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs 1
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolophono 810. Lovo Building, 5&M53G Tort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE. VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
P. O. DOX 679 TEUPMONB 34.
Our GRIPPE Capsules, the thing that cure. 25 cents per box.
-BROMO KOLA CURES NERVOUS HEADACHES. The best for
SEASICKNESS. Is a true nerve tonic, does not depress.
ine Cigars and Tobaooo.
WrlgM's Villa ol Ilailwal
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Board,
Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
Real Estate Agent.
for Hawaiian Islands.
534 FORT ST., J'
-Near corner ol Ch.pUIn lire
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
ana in tn. Pest powlbl. wanner
AND POLISHERS ol all kinds of N"" '
Woods. CALAIIASII ES In stock and to order
KINO STREET, - NEAR ALAPAI.