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THE EV1NING UTITJJTJN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 1G,
fiMlihel Every t)ty, ncept Suniay t no Kit c
flint. Honolulu II I., bv ta
BULLRTIN PUBLISHING COMPAM
W. R. TARRINGTON EJItoi
DANIEL LOGAN City Ejltoi
Slilitrrlptloii Unto I
Pti month, anywhere In Hawaiian UlanJs... $ .;
Ptrytn .... 8 01
Peryear.postpalJ.toAroetlca.Cana la or.Vexleo io
Per year, pottpalJ, other forelf!rtcountrle i oo
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Post Ofiicu nox i8
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1899.
in:pi)sr.H to Asvi:it!
The following queries were pre
sented to Mr. Dole, as representing
the Hawaiian Government, thi.s
Does the Hawaiian Government
consider the question of whether
the September elections in Hawaii
shall or shall not he lieKl of sul'l.
cient importance to warrant a re
quest to Washington authorities for
an opinion ?
Has the Hawaiian Government
received instructions from Washing
ton, which it deems sufficient to
cover this point ?
If so, is the Hawaiian Govern
ment willing to give the text of
these instructions to the public ?
Mr. Dole, after reading tlie.se
questions, stated that he declined
to be interviewed because the
BULLliTIN had not treated him
"fairly" in interviews had with
him "last fall."
If Mr. Dole will cite ouc instance
where the BULLETIN has credited
him with words that he did not
utter, if Mr. Dole will note one
question put to him by the BULLli
TIN, the answer to which was not
quoted correctly, or lack; of care
taken to publish ,r. Dole's -answer
(racily as he gave it, the BULLETIN
will apologue and publish Mr.
Dole's statement of the case in
On each and every occasion that
the BULLETIN has sought informa
tion from Mr. Dole, the questions
have been put in writing. His an
swers have been put in writing and
submitted to him for correction.
If this is not true, let AU. Dole deny
It and the BULLETIN will publish his
When it cornea to ft question of
rights you don't find Attorney
Humphreys among tlio fearful
ones tnkiug ii baok Beat of in
difference. "To unify Christian effort ami
houor nud glorify the naino of
Christianity." This is givon us
the object of the Sunday School
rally held StttnrdRy uflornoon nud
only tho ultra critical will hold
thit this object was not fully at
tiinod. By tho gathering in Ka
waiuliao church grounds the peo
plo wore impresso.i, ns tlmy cou'd
not be by columns of stati'Mice,
with tho grand work that is beinp
dono for the cnuso of Christianity
nnd right living. Thuro they saw
tho men uud women, boys nud
girls of all nationalities and from
all walks of life who tak.3 an in
terest at loiiBt in tho tauhings of
tho Bililo. It was an inspiration
to tho wotkurs nnd a valuable
object losEon to those, who, though
not active in tho Suudny School,
view with favor tho efforts of
A 1VANTI5 (IP PIIII1.IC MOVI'.y.
According to tho Auditor Gen
eral's report, tho amount ut money
paid out for tho cxp0usoi of tho
last Hiwuiian Legislature vhb
828,502.14. According to the
ntaleraent of Government ollieia's
the pxpenio of tho goneral elec
tions iu Soplemhor will ap'promh
Slo.OOO with Ihu chnucei favoring
tho expenses being larg thim
If N cart ti uly n far I'-tlmi'itf
that the SepS'inbar Ilawuiaii
eleclious wi'l cat tho luxpayors
uot lifia lb it SI.")0)D, and lhi ex
punges of tliH Logislaturo, if it
ever incuts, will bo uot loss than
325, CO. The situation as thus
far presented in that the Hawaiian
Government viows with iudilter
ouco the ntolless expenditure of
310,000 of public tamU. No effort
has bojn nmo ti pave this money
and Mr. Dole, without furthor ox
planuliou tayi that it "would bo
no uso" to inako this effort. If
tho HawaiianGovernmont woro ono
of Ihosrf croUurcs of administra
tion that i ovor makes n mistake
and iu tho matter of elections some
would sooin to think that it is
tho peop'o would bo satisfu'd with
Mr. Dolo'd aiiHwor. As tins gov
orntnnnt is now engaged in
straightening out tin inistukjs it
made in tun immigration poliuy,
it is quito uatural that a goodly
portion 61 the Hawaiian taxpayers
bhould quodti.)ii the Executive's
anpicily for keoping in touch with
the authorities iu Washington.
Tho advisability of holding the
Soplemhor elections is a fair ques
tion, honestly prcfcuted.Astbupoo
pie of this territory must, pay
for tho needleps expenditure of
money, the matter is of quito as
much impirlauci as tho immigra
tion of laborors. If tho needless
expenditure of $40,000 from Ha
waii's public treasury is of no
momen', if it is not worth a re-
quo tt to Wellington, not worthy
an honest effort to prt-vent the
wasto of money, than tho advant
age of Hawaii's govornmont mak
ing financUl preparations to meet
tho extousinn of Amoricnn laws
has been hugoly ovorastitnated.
Will ilin Hawaiian Govarnment
cito o io siuglo benefit to bi deriv
ed from the September election,
or tho hcss'ou of an Hawaiian
Legislature while Congress is dis
cussing Hawaiian ullairs and
may at any timo during the ses
flion make the sets of that Legis
lature of no effect ?
RAIN'S HIS POINT.
Mr. Lorlirnitrlll I'mltlon Ocrnpled by
Attoruoy Chnrlei LeBlond re
turned on Wednesday from Hono
lulu, wlieru li j has represouted A.
B. LoebflnBtcin in his protest
agaiurit the legality and constitu
tionality of the new combination
ohth, Rays tho Hilo Tribune of
Mr. Lalilond says: "I went at
onue to Attorney-General Cooper
and told mm 1 should present tho
case lor tlm decision ot the au
promo Court. Mr. Cooper replied,
tho Ground taken by Mr. Lo-
bouitoin is perfoctly correct, and
shall issuo instructions to tho
Electoral Itrgistrar to inform
every registration board that thoy
are uot to require this oath of
those who have previously taken
tho oath to support tho Ilbpublio
of Hawaii. I told him I thought
it would ba bettor to brine the
mattnr before tho Suprorao Court
for a final and nuthoiitativo do
eixioD, but ho said ho hoped I
would not do ho ns it would then
bo npcessnry for him to make a
public retraction of tho orders pre
Mr.' Lobonntein is naturally
much pleased with tho iosults of
his efforts mid tho rns; with
which his point was carriod. Ho
will, however, prra9 Ilia point of
tho unconstitutionality of tho
combination oath, evuu for those
who Iihvo previously takou no
cntli in tlin country. "In my
opinion," mud he, ''tho whole
thing was a bluff from tho start
and the Executivo took the clmuco
of being 'called at it.'"
Mr. Cooper claims, however,
that tho Electorol llegistrar spnt
the ordprs roforred to in last
week's Tribuno on his own au
thority. Tho Honolulu press was vpry
roticent upon this challenge of the
legality of tho new oath. Hut one
paper, the IIOLT.KTIN, referred to it
at all, this sheet remarking edi
toriidly th'it it had remained for
Hilo to asriort tho constitutional
rights of the oitizmiB in this re
ni)tct. JSolh the Advertiser and the
Star aro no muzzled, that, as evor,
tiny failed to expose tho euor of
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
NAtr STOfK Caillal Sh'i'f Capital
NAMCbTOCK Authored Issu'd I'alJ Up
Mtreantitt. ' I
C. Brewer & Cj$r,x,ow
Ant Cii'.frt A.'
Ewa I'lant'n Co
Hamoa Plan Co
Haw'n Acr. Co
Mawn sue 1.0
llonomu Su Co
Monokaa S Co
l60,O0O 1, 60C
Kuna StiCo.Af s
Maunalel SC i
" " pj up
OahuS Co. .
Onomea Su Co
Olnwa U Com v
Pacific Su Mill
Pepeekeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
" " IPJ up)
Walluku Su Co
t, 500,010 15,00a
WlUer S S Co
Inicr-ls S N Co
llaw'n Ll Co
Mutual Tele Co
90O, 100 9,ouO
P J up
Haw Gov.oper c
. ' 10 American SuRar, as$eaHe, ioM: ts American
Suar. afessable, 103; 5 Hawaiian Acrlcullural,
985; is Hawaiian Acrlcultural, 981; 35 Walalua. piM
up, 181M: 94 Oahu, 900; 15 Ploneir Mill. 415: 5
Pioneer .Mill, 495; 90 Pioneer Mill, 4)0; ji American
Suear, paU up, 140; 14 Hawaiian Aerlcuttuial, ato;
10 Kcbel, t8.
Old Fjitlicr Time.
Grim and hoary, laden with hour glass
and scythe is not one of the laborers who
assists much in the improvement ofione's
own personal appearance or in the satisfac
tory presentation, to the view of parsers
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 Atower, wnicn me raciuc uycie
& M'f'g 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 a 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 Clincer Is a
The most popular portrait of
the late Princess Kaiulani is the
one taken by Taber showing
her in street dress in easy pose
with purse in hand and wear
ing a very becoming hat with
ostrich plumes. KING BROS.
have them for sale.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out, odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Mm Co, Ltd,
THE HAWAII HERALD.
i'UBLISHCD IN HILO.
is a pretty
Adve r 1 1 s e r s
who use its col
good paper for
$2.50 per an
No hhon-worn ecods on the coun-
(ers of merchants who advertise in
We are now offering Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing at tlft lowest p-Ices
ever offered In this city before, and the
largest stock to select from and a guaran
tee of its superiority.
You will find our Hats, Caps, and Fur
nishings of 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 Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Indurated Fibre Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
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,
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
I"Agents, Gumey 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
316 FORT STREET.
This wor popular Rainier beor
is becoming a household word
and "will you liavo n glass of
Seattle" is moro ofton hoard than
anvthinq else. Tho Oritorion
Saloon havo tho boor on tap or in
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor b notifying the iliisi-
ness Office, Telephone 236,
GENUINE TRAM WINNERS
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit
I. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
And buy si homo smil by bo doing sccuro
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you havo tho
fever and want to speculate 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.
One thoroughbred White
One HvercoIored thorough
bred Pointer, Bitch. Just the
right age for training.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
Orpheum Building, Port Street.
IZ-A-IEBILi KLBMEE, IFiccp'r..
Will open on May ist as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be Riven to the culinary 'department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. ReRiilar dinner at 5:30 p. m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. 1206
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner A hi ken and Queen Streets.
W. S.WITHERS, Manager.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. BOX 6;o
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.
HRO.MO KOLA for Headache and Seasickness.
Real Estate Agent.
One well-broken small Mule, $75. Two
extra nice pure bred Holsteln 2o-quart
milch Cows. One fine Urge Team. Or.e
Coach Team. Two elegant iJrlvers.
One family Horse. Two Island Saddle
Horses. And one Draft Animal.
Call and examine stock.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
.. Telephone j64.
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