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THE EVENING BT1LLETJN: BONOLIJLU, B. I., APRIL 22, 1899.
Fabllshed Eery Day. Mcert Sunday, At no Klnf
street, Honolulu, II. I., tv tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands.... .J
Peryeatl " " " 3 eo
Per year. postpald.toAmerlca.Canada orMealco.io oo
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries.,... .ij oo
aw Payable Invariably In advance.
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 18DD.
Speculating in futures jb bnd
baaiuesa especially when the innr
kot goos wrong. If you don't be
lieve it, ask Hawaii's Executive
about its speculation in political
Real estate men are fiiviup tho
pjopio a few lebsouB in rapid
road building. At Pacific Heights
and Kaimuku operations in road
CJnstruction are noing forward
with business-like dispatch that
ro3oinbles covernmont work only
in being so different.
Superintendent Rowell clinnpes
the light of a light house off Hilo
harbor from white to green with
oat notice being given to bhip'n
captains or anyone else in partiou
lar. The only reason that can be
imagined for this arbitrary chance
is that Mr. Rowell has beenmo
enthused with the government
policy "If you don't eeo what
you want change it." Of what
uso arc charts to 6ea captains
whon the stability of beacon lights
in ti ship's courso cannot bo de
A rlTKOI'N AFPUM,
found thut its "correct
View ot immigration prouiemB
now needs correction, tho official
organ of tho Hawaiian Govern
ment this morning makes a piteous
appeal in behalf of tho Executivo
On April 15, tho official orjjftu,
by way of an excuse for tho hick
of consideration given buoiner-s
intorcste by tho Executive's rash
immigration decision, said:
It (tho Executivo) is, in a gen
eral sonse, no longer tho caretaker
of tho people.
This view was taken to absolve
tho official family from all blame
and throw responsibility for the
results! of the Executive's short
sighted drastic move upon the
United Statrs officials.
As a part of its laudation of the
Executive's "correct viev," tho of
ficial organ informed the public
that "tho'action of tho government
in practically leaving the matter
to tho disposition of the Federal
authorities, wh6 aro directed by
Federal laws, is wise and politic."
Thus previous to tho arrival of the
American mail the raattor was
settled and as usual tbo Executive
view was the "correct view;" the
Hawaiian Executive cannot do
anything wrong in tho opinion
of tho organ. Tho direc
tions from Washington, however,
oxprcfsed a different view from
that held by tbo Executivo and tho
political powder of tbo "correct
view" flashed iu the pan, leaving
tho Exeontivo still responsible for
it) own nets. Thus tho burden had
not boon successfully shifted.
Foarlul of darniiging political
results, tbe official organ today
appeals to tho peoplo as follows:
"Hut it would bo rcBSonablp.even
if not consistent,' for the iiininbura
of tho party to coma forward, in
tho proeent cruris, and tell tho mou
whom they havo "uiipnorted" for
tho last six years what tboy ought
Mr. Dolo and his followers aro
indeod in Bid straights, Iu tho
first plaoe Mr. Dole cannot now
rauBtor it baker's dozen of those
who earned tho uuuexation cam
paign to completion, to his sup
port. Ho has beon told by his
most intimate friends that tho best
thiug ho can do is lo withdraw
from political and official life, Im
inodiatoly following annexation
tho rank aDdiilo withdrew its sup -
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ta cause tho pooplo any regret for
this expression of want of confid-
Wherein is it reasonable for
"tho party" to como forward to
Mr. Dole's nssistanco in this crisis ?
What "party" did Mr. Dole con
suit when ho told tho plant
ers that tho Executivo had como to
tho conclusion that it could not
ciuutenanco further assisted im
What interests or party, other
Uibu what ho considered for his
own political lniorosi, uui air.
Do'o and hiB cabinet recognize
when, at tho second conforonco of
tho planters, Mr. Dolo said that
tho Executivo was of tho eamo
opinion "only more bo" ?
Mr. Dolo posed as the American
Moses and representations mado
to him by the business community
wero of no avail. Tho plantations
could go to tho bowwows, tho Ex
ecutivo waB "no longer tho coro
taker of tho ppoplo." The organs
o' tho government posed Mr. Dolo
a 1 tho firm roek of decision nbout
which battered the greedy snarl
ing waves of thoughtless planters.
Today tho rock having been up
set, tbe foundation of tho govern
ment proved to be resting on its
usual shifting Band, tho official
organ appeals to "tho mombors of
the party" to como forward and
tell Mr. Dole and his cabinet
"what they ought to do." What a
complete admission of dofoat,
what a piteous appeal for support
which for months has not been
held worthy of oven passing con
sideration, what perfect proof that
Mr. Dolo looks indifferently upon
a crisis in tbe business communi
ty and only needs support when
hiB own interests aro threatened J
The official organ says tho men
who "supported" Mr. Dolo and
his cabinet should tell them what
they "ought to do." As tbeBO
supporters have withdrawn their
Bupport, tho answer undoubtedly
is that Mr. Dole "ought to get
out" and givo place to officials
having some business senso and
ISxtr.in. Cruelly to Animate.
Tho case of Napahuelna, charg
ed with cruelty to animals, came
up for trial in tbe Polico Conrt
this morning. Defendant pleaded
guilty and was uentonceu to one
monttiB imprisonment at naru
labor on account of tho extreme
cruelty the man practicod.
Tbo story is tins: JNapauueiua
went to Ewa Wednesday and got
drunk. During tho afternoon, he
returned to bis home in Moaoa-
lua, galloping his horso nearly all
tbe way. When tbo animal was
so fatigued that it could go no
longer, tho native alighted and,
taking off bis spars, deliberately
gouged out one eyo and spurred
the other so badly that the horse
will undoubtedly bo uuablo to seo
again with it. A wagonette with
a party from the 'country passed
by just at this time and a report
was handed in at tbo Police
Station. YcBterday, Humane Of
fieer Holen Wilder went down and
had the man arrested.
Did you over lose anything through tho dishonesty of
u Trusted Employee, an Agent or a Collector?
No? Well, youjare to be congratulated.
But your neighbor in business did. His collootor
1 1 tmsi 1 1 j 1 1 A t 1
was snort Jpyuu in ins accounts, a torai loss. j.sk nun
about it. Ho now has a bond from tho now collector and
Tho .Fidelity and Doposit Company of Maryland is tho
3?or a small annual premium they
malco good to you any pecuniary loss
dishonesty of an employee.
Oall and got particulars.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
(To - duy's Honolulu Stock I
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C.Mul ,SI,Vs. Capital I
""'""iAulho - .edlssu'd Paid Up
C. Brewer& Co$i,oo,ood
Am Sue rCo.As' Tjo.ood
ArnSuLo.p'd up1 so,ood
Ewa Plant'n Co 1,000,000
HamotlManCo 175.000 1,750
llaw'n Art, Co' 1,000,00c to.ooo
lliw'n Hup Co
300,000 J, 000
Honomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
900,000 a ,000
Maunatel SC t
" " Pd UP
Onomea Su Co
ratine ju mini
Pala Plant'n CcJ
111' .w. a .,
Pioneer AUI1 Co 1,350,00013,500
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co1
Inter-Is S N Co
Haw'n Llec Co
Mutual Tele Co
" B'd up
9,000,000 30,OUC 9,000,000
Haw Gov.tSper c
Oahu Ry&L lot
10 Walalua, assessable, niJ; to Oahu 980; 5
Oahu, s8o; 30 Maunalcl, 14; 15 Ataunalel, tM 90
Paauhau, 39: 104 Willuku, 400; 50 Hawaiian Suear,
93iii 90 Kind, paid up, 50; 30 Walalua, assessable,
Stock Sales for Past Week.
NAME OP STOCK.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honokna Sugar Co
Kllicl, pal J up
Mannalel SugarCo., As
Oahu Sugar Co
Ookala Su. Plant'n Co
Walalua Agr.Co, Assa.
Walalua Agr.Colp'd up
Total Shares sold 925
N, B Where only one rrlce ha been obtained
lor a stock, It will be found In column narked lowest,
Honolulu H. I. April 19 1899.
The Evening Bulletin:
Dear bus: tou will piease discontinue
nir fi,lvirtlcmi.nr nf flip StprlltlC blcVcle
until you receive further Instructions. It
is slmnly impossible to supply the de
mand tor them at the rate the factory has
been shipping them to us. You may,
however, fill up our three-inch space with
a notice to the effect that we.nave twenty
five High Grade Remingtons and Cresent
bicycles on hand that we will sell 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 $60. We have cancelled all con
tracts for other makes of wheeU and In
the future will haadle the Sterling exclu
sively. Yours truly,
PACIFIC CYCLE & MFG. CO.
EHIer's Building, Fort street,
HOSE! - - -
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
will guarantee to
from fraud or
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
X ft fi Eft A J? TM
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also received a fine selection
of Bows, Puds, TecUs. Ascots, and Impe
rials, winch we can sell at prices irom 25c
Our Golf and Negligee Shirts, both
Men's and Boys', arc the finest and the
largest assortment we ever had.
A new line of Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's clothing just arrived from the East,
which we are selling at very low prices.
Boys' all wool Pants, 50 and 75c.
Boys Fedora Hats from Si. 50 to $2.00.
In (act all our goods are low.
Agents for Dr.Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
: Wayerley Bloci
9 Hotel Street
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Voyage and a
Safe Return to
J. :&. WEBB,
316 FORT STREET.
FOR THE KITCHEN
For $1.00, or 10 Cents
FOR A SINGLE ONE.
You can make vour own assortment.
See them In our Blc 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.
on Holt Block, King street.
Jffif Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Moves, uumey leanaoie !
frlgerators, Primus Oil Stoves. -
Tho Promises known as
tho " TIVOLI" situated on
tho boaoh at Waikiki. Fur
nished or Unfurnished.
For particulars, apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Palania Co-operative
Grocery Company, Ltd., will be held at
the office of the Company's President, T.
B. Murray, King Street, 26th April, 1809,
7 p. m.
I 1107-td Secretary.
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.
And buy a homo and by so doing secure
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wti have somo bargains in Real
Estate. Howovor, if you have tho
fever and want to speculate in Stocks,
avo will givo enroful attention to any or
dors placed with usi
StOck Broker and
315 Fort Street.
The greatest remedy known in the treatment of bad backs
and shoulders in horses is DR. POTTIE'S
Positive cure effected by its use in every instance.
Send your orders to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 81G. Lovo Building, 534530 Fort St.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox 679
SfSJJnJVlJmVlJmmrmmm I! l l
Our GRIPPb 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,
Witlt's VI ni Ilaniwal
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Board.
Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
Real Estate Agent.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 8T.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ot Chaplain Lar.
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
anj in ine pest pottipie manner
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of all klndi of Native
Woods. CALAIIASI I tS In tlotk and to order.
, Repairs tflected.
KING STREET. NEAR ALAPAI.
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