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TUE EVENING BTJLLETJN: HONOLULU, B. I., MAY 13, 1899.
FuMliVd Lvmv ry. x tpl SuMav, i1 no KIir
r.'ti Honnljlu. M. I . t P
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARHINGTON EllUf
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Slllixcrlptlon llnli' I
Fei month, anywhtrt In lUwallan Island.. . I .75
Per year " " " 8 en.
Pryer.pojtpll, to America. CarmJa orMtxlco.10 00
Per year, postpaid, other forrlcn countries.. . 1300
"Payable Invarlibly In advance
Tl lli'liosn aj6
Post Orricc Hox 718
SATURDAY, MAY 1.1, 1H9'1,
Till: HAWAIIAN r.f.i:CTIUr.
Th NewliuniH HcEolution (lis
posed of llin iuterr'Rnuni Rovorn-
imnt of Hawaii in tho following
"Until CoufjtTBE i hull prnvido
for tht" povorniii'-nt of such hi
nuils all the civil, judicial nm!
inililnry power execuloil by tlin
o(lictTf of tlipoxistinc Roverninpiit
in pniil lsliiudh ulmll In- vested in
sucli pnrhon or persons and shall
ho CTcrciMtl m nurh n mmni r hh
tho Prosiilpiit of the United Stntes
Whan nnked who.thur nny opin
ion from Washington n i.hi.rities
hid beon received relntivo to tins
September election!) in Llawaii,
Mr. Dolo, BpoiiUinp for the IochI
govornment replied that no iu
Btrnctiona had bepn rpcivcd. Mr.
Dolo also said that no opinion had
b'en sought, J adding that "it
would have beon no use " This i
interpstiug indeed. Tho Hiiwni
ian government bogs tho question
wbon it bfcomes a matter of sav.
in,' public? money expended for n
nosdlessolection. It ndrutts that
n) elTort.JmB bppn made, and as
Bumfs tho exclusive pouer of iu
torpreting the authority of the
President of the United States in
tho Hawaiian Ialauds. Withoit
having received or requested a
word or suggestion from Wash
iugton relative to tho diction, Mr.
Dolo'ufgovernmeut goes on iu itr.
own peculiar waytboldly nhserliuy
thnt any request for itirtruatious
wjnld have been "no nee."
In view of tho fact thnt the gov
ernment did make a request to
Wahiugtou relative to immigra
tion matters, t he people havo an
excollont example of what this
government considers "soino nse"
and what is regarded as "no use."
This govern tnentjuonsidored keep
ing FederRli troops out of the, Ex
ccutivo building of tho highest
"me," it found the condemnation
of American nrmy ollicers of vital
"use," demanding much timo
and ream j of correspondence;
it opined tint Mr. DoloV
authorityjto accept retigutions
and appoint local oll'.cialn
was of'greitt "uso" mid should be
immediately fettled by iustruo
tiotis from Washington, it hold
th it the ritentiouof Cabinet of
ficials under tho territorial law
wtsof so nmoh "uho" thut Mr.
Dile felt o died upon to make a
minority report to tho Com mis
bion; when worried nboutau immi
gration pilioy, it detmnntnted
that a lequcst for instructions
from Washington was intnusoly
useful, lint when it como, to tin'
oleotions, the monpy expanded for
creating legislators who, ton
chances to ono, will uevor bo call
ed in session, Mr. Dolo, up? tkiug
for his government coulilently
takes tho position that expendi
ture of Hawaiian po3tne slump?
and his vnluablo time in oblaining
an opinion fiom Wn-diintton
"wo ild have b?on no me."
Notwithstanding the Nowlnudf.
Ilojolutiou places tho direction of
Hawaii's alTairs in tho hnndH of
President McKinley, Mr. Dolo's
go;eruraout iisHtiraPS the riht to
make U own interpretations,
which iu this caao nro manifestly
not in tlin interests of the people.
Th) election for which the vot
ora are no reuistering nt the
rato of olp u dny ii to be held iu
Suitjmbir The bonutors and
rtsprcuiitiitive will nssomblo the
spcotid Wt'duesday iu February.
It is highly probable that, previ
ous to tho second vck in Feb
ruary, Congress will have disposed
of Hawaiian legislation and the
ncwlj elected legislators will have
nothiug to do bat frame their com.
misiouB giving thorn tho title "no
Accepting the supposition thnt
Congress will still ho arguing the
Hawaiian question on tho secoud
Wednesday of February, what is
t o position of tho Hawaiian leg
iila'uro? With pvory proposed
kyiilativo net will como tho noccs
sity of delay, to wait tho enact
ment of Hawaii's Americnu or
gauic law. Aud iu tho midst of
tlie legislative session tho newly
elected legislators will bo orderod
o it of oflice by tho Hawaiian law
piesed by UnngroiB that will call
for an election on an American
basin, a legislature that will repre
sentAmerican Hawaii. This Ameri
can legislature will bo called in
sesdion bofore tho close of tho
bionniul period for which appro
priatious have already been made.
Hawaiian taxpayors will bo called
upon to foot tbu bills for both
clnclious and tho uxponses of tho
two legislatures ono absolutely
usoless, tho otberdomauded by tho
changed conditions following the
extension of Amorican law.
It is morely a question of what
the Hawaiian government consi
ders of the highest iraportance.tho
interest of tho taxpayers or tho
farce of the local government car
rying on Hawaiian affairs with as
little recognition of aud consulta
tion with the Prosideut of tho
United States a9 possible.
Mr. Dolo says it "would have
b en uo ut-e" to even consult
President McKinley on Hawaii's
general oleotion. By what supe
rior knowledge is this declaration
made? Ho found instructions on
appointments and labor highly
iipeful. Or does Mr. Dole by this
expression desire toaouoio a want
of coutidenco in tho interest which
President McKinley takes in tho
uffi irn of tho Hawaiian people ?
What is worth having is worth
Does tho Hawaiian govern
ment seek to go on record
as opposed to any measure that
will m.vo the Hawaiian pooplo tho
expenses of a needless election
and possibly a needless legisla
tive session? This is tho policy
Mr. Dole has proclaimed. Does ho
intend to hold to it ?
SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN LINE.
Continued from Page 1.
ii tho speakers' stand dooorated
in a similar manner to the review
inn stand at the Opera House. On
the Ewa side of tins H a place sot
apart for tho banners of the vari
The principal dry poods houses
of the city have decided to close
up this afternoon iu order to give
their employes a chanco to sco the
parade. Other houses will uu
diinbtedly do tho sumo.
W. A. Uowen is the chairman
of tho day, II E. Ooloman, mar
shal and D. L Naone, 1 valor of
tlie singing. Thoio will bo three
oorni'tB to asuiut in tho singing.
Tlie program at Kawaiahao con
sists of tlin following:
1. Rally Sonf? (Tune: "Hawaii Ponoi."
2. Lord's Prayer.
3. Address by Rev. G. L. Pearson.
4. "Onward Christian Soldiers."
It is probable thnt spectators
will not bo able to get into tho Ka
waiahao grounds as tho Sunday
bdiools will need all the space
that cm bo found in tho vicinity
of tho speakers' stand.
Although the Gneliu is soiled'
nled to leave for San Francisco nt
5 o'clock this nftornonn it is not
probnblo that Mio will sail just nt
that time. The America Mnru is
doing her work of discharging
freight and taking on coal out in
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
NAWP STOCK Capital 'Sh'r's Capital
NA,vbb,u-KAutho,i.JIsu,d Paid l'p
C. Brewer& Co$i,oo3,ood
Ewa Plant'n Co
Haw n Acr. Co
Haw'n Suk Co
Honomu Su Co
Konokaa S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
' pd up
Maunalel SC A
M " pd Up
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mill
Pala Plant'n Cj
Pereekeo Su Cot
500,00a 5 000
1 . tao.oool la.mn'
500 oooj ).coa
9 000,000 10,000
I 50 OIK
Pioneer Atlll Co
" - ind up)
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-Is S N Co
500 000 5,000
Haw'n I lee Co
Mutual Tele Co
" ' P'dup
Haw Gov,6per cl
8 American Suear Paid up. I4U: too Ookata, 21,
15 Ewa. 307'. 35 fewa. 410; 30 American Suear Asse
ssable, 105, 3 Pioneer Mill 415; 50 Klhel, i8(
Stock Transactions top
Week Ending May 6.
NAME OP STOCK.
Am. Sugar Co, As
" " paid
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
HonoUaa Sugar Co
Maunalel SucarCo.. As
Oahu Sugar Co
uokala su. r'lant'n (Jo
Walalua Agr.Co, Assa.
Walalua Agr.Co.p'd up
Oahu Ry. & Land Co
Haw Gov 6 p c bonds. ?iooo 102
Old Father Time.
Grim and hoary, laden with hour glass
and scythe Is not one of the laborers who
aislsts much In the Improvement f one's
n n personal appearance or In the satisfac
tory presentation, to tlie view of passers
by, of that neatest of all appurtenances
to a Honolulu home, viz: a well-kept
lawn. Far more useful than old times
scythe Is an up-to-date California Clipper
Lawn Alow a-, which the Padlic Cycle
& Al'f'n Co.. In the Ehler's block, have
now on sale and which is offered to lovers
of a smooth lawn at a low price.
"Smooth as a billiard table is the lawn of
Mr. So and So." How pleased the pos
sessor of such .t lawn must be when he
hears that statement and knows that his
next door neighbor could have as good a
looking lawn with no more labor than a
mower, and a California Clipper Is a
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many being the starting point.
Tlie craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Scenic Postal
Cards may now be had, in
fifty different subjects, at 2$
cents per dozen.
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE !
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.-
We are now offering Alen's, Boys' and
Children's Clothlne at the lowest D'ices
ever offered In this city before, nnd the
largest stock to select from and a guaran
tee of Its superiority.
You will find our Hts, Caps, and Fur
nlshlngsof the same high standard and
anything purchased In either department
will be cheerfully taken back and money
refunded If not satisfactory.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Atesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTerlcy BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 6;6. No. o-n, Hotel St.
Indurated Fibre Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTA1ENT
THE FACTORY . . . .
Bowls, Buggy Palls,
Beer Trays, Chamber Palls,
Chambers, Dairy Palls,'
Funnels, Flower Pot Saucers,
Handy Dishes, Jardinieres,
Pitchers, Slop Jars.
Slop Jar Mats, Slop Urns,
Spittoons, (Three Sizes),
Tubs, (All Sizes),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your Inspection.
See display in our large window.
Von Holt Block, King street.
BSyAgents, Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood). Standard Blue Stoves,
Sets of Old Hawaiian Stamps,
Hawaiian Souvenir Cuff Buttons,
Hawaiian Photographic Views,
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
FOR SALE AT THE
310 FORT STREET.
Will be received at tlie oflice of the
Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon
of Monday, May 15th, i&jij, for bridge
lumber and iron work to be delivered at
Specifications at oflice of Superintendent
of Public Works.
'I he Minister does ;iot bind himself to
accept tlie lowest or any bid.
S. M. DAMON,
. Minister of tlie Interior Ad Interim.
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment o? 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 advico,
and wo have some bargains in Real
Estate. Howovor, if you have tho
fever and want to sicculato in Stocks,
wo will givo careful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
The greatest remedy known in the treatment of bad backs
and shoulders in horses is DR. POTTIE'S
Positive cure effected by itsuse in every instance.
Send your orders to
C. W. MACFARLANB,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies. T
Orphettm Braiding, Tort Street.
ICA-IESI-i KLE1MS, Piop'r. i
Will open on Atay 1st as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
ipeclally Imported, and every attention will be Riven to the culinary department. A
tirst-clabS short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Ufnlnn hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let in the building. 1206
COMMISSION IER0M1TS !
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner AUiUeu and Queen Streets.
W. S.WITHERS, jVCEtnager.
THE NEW DRUG ST0UG.
I. O. Dox 679
PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECIPES our specialty.
Our Drugs and Chemicals are fresh and pure.
A full line of Druggists' Sundries. . '
Satisfaction can always be found In the Dictionary, and by trading with us.
HROMO KOLA for Headache and Seasickness.
Real Estate Agent.
One well-broken small Mule. S75. Two
extra nice pure bred Holsteln so-qu.irt
milch Cows. One fine large Team. Qne
Coach Team. Two elegant Drivers.
One family Horse. Two Island Saddle
Horses. And one Draft Anlnui.
Call and examine stock.
VON 1I0L.T BLOCK, KING ST.
.'H. .&-.. Vil'' 1 i .i &:&H:..jiir
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