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THE EVENING BTJLliETJN: HONOLULU, H. 1., APRIL 20, 1899.
Publlfhed Cvery Day, eacept Sunday, at no King
ttiett, Honolulu, II I., tr the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON LJIIor
DANIEL LOGAN CltyEdltor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian WInJs. $ 7J
Per year i " " " Sou
Per year, OJtpal.l,toAinerlea,Cana.la orMexko.io to
Per year, postfalJ, other foreign countrlet t J oo
WPayaMe Invariably lnadance.
l'oT Oi ncB Hot 404
THURSDAY, AP1UL 20, 1S99
If tbe new litlit on tho ronsti.
tatiou nnd Inws of the United
StaleB convinced our nnthoiitiee
thfit naBiBtcd nnd contrnct lnbor is
illep.nl, tben tbo Gnlicioue plncud
in Onbu prison for breaking con
tracts were fnlsoly irnprieoned nnd
have claims for dnmngos nRninal
tbo Ilawaiino poveriitrJeut.
Ilnwnii extends its most cordinl
nlobn to the ollicers nud men of
tho dopnrting bnttnliou of Eu
ginoere. This brnnch of tbu wnr
pjwor of tbo United StateB hits
performed tbo duty which is most
disngreenblo to tbo volunteer who
onliuts to flgbt aimply standing
gunrd, experiencing tbe drudgoy
of army life with nono of tbo ox
citemont nnd opportunity to win
famo on tbo field. Tho excellent
upirit nnd dieciplino of tho com
mand bno expressed itself iu Ho
nbilosoDbicnl spirit in which tbo
detail iu thoir tour of duty hue
baen accepted. There nre just ns
many horoes in Mnjor Langfilt's
battalion as nmong tho troops in
tbo Philippines or Cuba nnd tboy
nro as deservinc of tho nation's
gratitude nnd honor. As n social
fnotor tbe boys bnvo mndo ninny
friends and tbe mptnories of the
engineers' stay in Hawaii will nl-
vrays bo plrnsnnt ones.
Unnun, giving tho charges mndo
of dishonesty nud intrigue first
place ovor honor and integrity of
men who, notwithstanding all
that is rnid ncainst thorn, bnvo
tbo confidence of the American
Ouo of thoBe dark "bints from
WnBhington" that comes from
some unknown "closo to tbo ad
ministration" causes Hawaiian
odicinls todnnco a jig of fenr nnd
turn about on whnt would bo thoir
bends if I boy had any. Tho notion
of Mr. Dolo's government in tho
past fow days regarding lubor
shows that a hint from Washing
ton lino set Hawaii's executive
heart fluttering with fear.
That the territorial bill
introduced in Congress was
and is practically an administrn
tion measure and has tbo support
of tbo friendB of Hawaii is for
gotton if ever thought of. No np
precintion is shown of tbo fact
that to tnnko Hawaii a colony nnd
class it with the captured Spanish
torritory would upBet ovory prece
dent of Amorican history. No
recognition of or confidence in
American precedents nnd princi
ples of Americnn statesmen is
shown. It is tbe horrors of what
"our opponents may say" that has
prompted tho action of tho Execu
tive. Mr. Dole admitted it in his
talk to tho planters. Thoughtful
consideration of business inter
ests here, value of tho established
territorial principle of the Mc
Einloy administration cut no
figure when a "hint from Wash
ington" was received.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
tfiutiCTnew1 Capital ShV, Capital
NAME STOCK .ulh0.MjUju.di pJ Up
COWAltUS IIAVII NO CONF1DKNCIC
It is indeed refreshing to have
made public in this territory n
atrnightforwnid expression of con
fidence in tbe public men of the.
United Stntes such ns has been
given by United Stntes Senator
CInrk. Few places there arb lay
ing claim to trust in Americanism,
whore the officials at the head of
affairs bavo less confidenco iu tbo
honest principle and etendfast,
thoughtful attention to duty
prompting tho action of Senators
and Representatives of tbo United
States than right hero in Hawaii.
Capable as Hawaii's "googoo" and
othor statesmen may bo there are
examplos without numbor show
ing their lack of appreciation of
the littlenosBof the Hawaiian Isl
ands 'and tbo grandeur of tho
United States and tbo broad mo
tives which inspire the action of
Amorican politicnl leaders.
Tho annexation campaign was
not without its marked evidences
of tho narrow range of vision nnd
tbo lack of confidonca Hawaiian
officials placed in tho strength of
the American administration and
tbo friends of annexation. One
of Hawaii's leading oflioiala could
tell how telegrams from u member
of Hawaii's delegation cbnsnd him
all over Boston because bo statod
in nn interview that tbe natives
did not fnvor annexation. Another
Hawaiian delegate boldly assorted
that ho sweat blood when bo reml
in tbo official organ of tbo Hnwai.
ian government a moralizing
criticism of the methods of a yol
low journal that supported annex
ation the presumnblo basis of fear
boing that Amorican nnncxntiou
Bentimonts were bused on mere
friondship for Ilnwnii nnd that
the broad American principle
could ba swerved from its conibo
by expressions of opiuiou iu this
Local broad minded ttalosmon
hivo over stood iu mortal lfrror
of tho Sugar Trust, thoy Imvu
rivet ul their attention on the
nwited Imio political manipula
tion of Boss Piatt nnd Murk
Today tho wholo situation is
changed. A letter hns boon re
ceived from Washington nuthor-
ities which Mr. Dole will not give
to tho public, but snya that Wash
ington officials givo a different
intorpretntion of tho Newlands
Resolution than that made by tho
This letter from Washington
was presumably in nnnwer to a
query sent by local officials.
Why did Proc-idont Dolo go bo
fore tho planters with a sudden
cbango in his labor policy beforo
the answer to that query was received?
Was tho sudden light shod over
the Executive by further study of
the constitution and laws of tbe
United States, a light of the
Methodist camp-mooting character
so forceful and overwhelming
that tho direct answer from Wash
ington could not be awaited?
Or moro likely, did tbe Execu
tive, after it had requested an
opinion from Washington, mako
a jump in the dark, hoping to hit
it right nnd tberoby win tho falso
political glory won by tbo appar
ently bold attitude on the neutral
C. Urewer& Co7i,ooa.ooa(iolooafi,ooo,ono
Am Viii rtt A mt m-J
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OIIIOUV.V,' m K. ".,
Ewa I'Unt n Coj 1,000,00020,0001
Hiw'n Art, Co
Haw'n Sue Co
Honomu Su Co
HonokaA S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
" Pi P
Koloa Sugar Co
Maunatel SC A
" " pJ up
Onomea Su Co
Olowrtlu Com y
Pacific Su Mill
300,000 3 oooi
tp J up)
Walluku Su C(
Wilder S S Co
tnter-US N Col
Haw n Elett Co
Mutual Tele Co
Haw Gov,6ptr c
1,000,000 : 10,000!
500,000 5 oooj
1, 000,000, to.oooj
500 000 5,000
ia Walalua Al .
Honolulu H. I. April 10 1800.
The Evenlntr Bulletin:
Dear airs: you win piease uisconunue
our advertisment et tne bierung Dicycie
until you receive further Instructions. It
Is slmnly Impossible to supply the de
mand for them at the rate the factory has
been shipping them to us. You may,
however, (ill up our three-Inch space with
a notice to the effect that we have twenty
five High Grade Remingtons and Cresent
bicycles on nana mat we win sen at cost.
We are compelled to do this to make room
for a carload of '99 Sterlings now In tran
sit. We find it necessary to order them
in carload lots In order that we may sell
them at t6o. We have cancelled all con
tracts for other makes of wheels and In
the future will handle the Sterling exclu
sively. Yours truly,
PACIFIC CYCLE & MFG. CO.
Ehler's Building, Fort street,
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe Just
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Voyage and a
$afe Return to
j. nun. -webb,
316 FORT STREET,
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
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.
Hugh Morrison, manager of
Mnknwoli, arrived in tbo Kilo
bnna from Kauai this morning.
Tho ense of Salvador for assault
with n deadly weapon, came up
Tor trial in tho Folico Oourt this
morning but nothing could be
done ax the man assaulted is still
iu tho hospitul as a result of an
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
for Dr. DelmePs Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
And buy n homo and by so doing sccuro
monthly dividends, this is our advico,
nnd wo have somo bargains in Real
Estate. Howovor, if you havotho
fovcr and want to sioculnte in Stocks,
wo will givo careful attention to any or
ders placed Avith lis.
L. C. ABLBS,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Agent.
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents .for Hawaiian Islands
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.
prices regardless of the advance in
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 aslced the public some local wit sent
the followini; reply : Because lie's a fool."
Perhaps the wit is right, but we think it more likely the ninn had
never heard that
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
were doing business in Honolulu and furnishing SURETY BONDS OF
EVliRY 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.
In a few days we will display a new
Blue Flame Oil Stoye
which has no superior, and Invite you to
come ana inspect 11.
Von Holt Dlock, King street.
tfiySole Aeents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" stoves, uurney uieanaoie i
frlgerators, 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' Quarters.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
The Rock Lick Block I
To the Dairyman It Is of vtry 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 creat 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 ol 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 pleura, tuberculosis, Inflamatlon of the
feet, stomach sickness, Impaction of the stomach, etc., It has no equal. Keep a cou
pie of boxes In your milking yard. ,
In attacks of all diseases allow the Lick continuously until the disease.
Horses. Stock and all grass fed horses should get It monthly. Young horses
are especially subject to worms, botts, 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, nre modified by
the use of the Lick.
O.'W. MAOFARLANE, A sent.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE '
City Furniture Store,
Lovo Building, 5IM-53G Tort 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 d.ite nnd due April 20th, 1899,
L. U. PINKIIAM,
Honolulu, April 4th, 181;. nK6-6t
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 8T.
P. O. Dox 679
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.
Fine Cigars and Tobaooo,
Wright's Villa ul Ilaniwai
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms nnd Hoard,
Haths Tree to Guests.
J. P. IIAYWARD, Manager.
534 FORT ST.,
-Ner corner ol Chipliln Lin.
Cleanlnc and Rrralr'ne at Short Notice,
will, ill uiy v ,'iimip ui.niigr
rUUNrRS AND POLISH! US of all WlnJofNHv
Woo J,. CALAII ASM I S In .lck nJ to orJcr,
KINCJ STHCCT, - NEAR AlAPM.
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