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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., AUGUST 19, 1899.
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BATUIiDAY, AUG. 19, 1899.
Till'. UUPAKTMKNT I'l'MJS.
A outlined iu liii interview
published in tli Uuli.ltin yester
day Minister Damon's policy iu
the tulroiuietration of public Gnnu
co in a waiting one; the future in
fraught uith ho ratuy chiugi's, the
oxtont of which oaunot lu fully
foreciint, that ho appnroutly cou
eiders it hotter not to meihllo with
the situation until foiccd to do eo
by the extension of American laws,
and it ih known what sort of n
govornmout we are to have. Mr.
Damon's mnrkfd buccufb in con-
duitint tho finnuci.il affairs of the
territory gives his view nn impor
tauco of no email moment.
It is trno no ono can prodict
what tho necessities of the future,
&3 relates to tho conditions under
prospective new Iuws,will bo. Wo
do know, however, what tho ueces
sitics of tho present are. We
know that the work of Minister
Mott - Smith's and Miuistt-r
CooporV departments isjuow seri
oasly hampered by a shortage of
appropriations. The presont and
futuro welfare of tho people, what
ever the futuro form of govern
ment, demands that those depart
ments be in some manner sup
plied with the money necessary to
carry out tho work required by
tho new dnvelopmont of the coun
try. Whether tho income of the
future will be soriously reduced or
not tho administrative officers can
not afford to lowor the standard of
theird-partiuoiite, a condition Mint
will practically be forcod upon
them by being without nocossary
Would it not bo hotter for the
Minister of Financo to make every
possiblo effort to supply tho de
partments with the additional
fuuds absolutely neajtusary, with
out waiting for tho regular ses
sion of tho Legislature ? The
work now curtailod on account of
tho shortage of appropriations
must bo done sometime. Is it
not bettor that action ba taken
now, that will allow the work tn
go forward iu tho regular routine?
Just how much moro money tho
departments may need has not
boon named exactly, but be it
over so small, it will assist in re
Hiving thd local money market.
Just at (hi) prdrtout time tho
shortngo of appropriations is a
two edged kuif", cutting tho de
partments on tho one hand and
reducing the money placed iu
circulation through Govornmout
ohnnuels ou the other. It would
appear thit the gowrnruout in
making the mis tike of waiting
whu the situation calls for action.
Of all inagnifioi'nt ways for
whipping the devil around tho
hturap, the luiununcoraeut by
Muiittor Mntt-Smith that the
erpanBtH of n bpeciul rep
resentative in Washington will
be i iid from (ho Diploma
tic and consular 'appropriation
taknii th palm, Uy the terms of
the Nowl'iuds roiohitiou all dipln
until) ollliU'u "f Hawaii were wip.
od nut of iu.o:m Kiirtlui.
moro nil diplomatic nlliottri main,
talni'd by tho (Jul . I Hlnttw !u
Hawaii wuri) wiiml (, ,l of cM
toiiou, liA i ' ti ivuiniiiiit look
up tho IiihI illiilo'iitttlu nnil nun
iialaaiBitpnprlntliji) by tho (Jul!.
ol States Congress and note
whether thore is any approprin
fir maintaining oithor a Minister
or a consul in Hawaii.
Such officers of tho United
States and Hawaii as aro nces
eary to perform tho dutioB ouforc
od by tho contiuutiou of the tariff
legislation of the Newlauds Reeo
lution, aro rotained, but tho pro
position to draw ou tho appropria
tion for diplomatic and consular
eorvico to pay tho expeuBea of a
representative .iu Washington of
tho Ropuhlio of Hawaii is far
fetched, nonsensical, and, con
siilering how unreprosoutativo of
tho country tho nppointoo will
be, is drastic
Is this man whom tho govern
ment intouds to app nut, a Minis-
tor Plonipoloniary or a Consul ?
Will tho Fresidout and the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs of the lie
public of Hawaii, who hold tlioir
offices by virtuo of appointment at
the hand of Proiideut MoKinloy,
turn about and accredit this rtpre
scntativo with a formal commis
siou addreesod to "William Mc-
Kinley, President of tho Unitid
Stiitoo, Great and Good Friond ? "
It is only by the most remarka
ble stretch of imagination that the
Govornment can infer that any
Lpgihlaturo ever convened or ever
oxpected to convene would sane
tion the use of money from tho
Diplomatic and Consulr appro
priation for tho maintenance of a
special representative at the capi
tol of the country of which Hawaii
is now put and parcol. Certainly
tho pooplo will never sanction
such an expenditure. Does Mr.
Dole, appointed by Presidont Mo
Kinley, consider that, notwith
standing he is subject to Presi
dent McEinley's orders, ho needs
a man in Washington to keep
watch of what McKinley is doing?
Ah a matter of fact thero is no
appropriation upon which the Ex
eoutivo of Hawaii cnu honestly
draw for the payment of tho px
peusos of a special representative
in Washington. If Mr. Mott-Smith
can draw on the Diplomatic and
Consular appropriation for this
purpose, he can draw ou tho same
appropriation foradditional money
iu tho Bureau of Education. If
any particular cIosb or faction do
siro their interests represented be
fore Congressthey should pay for
it, tho Government has no right to
saddle the people with an expendi
ture of money which thoy do not
sanction and will not sanction.
AUHTHALIAN FBDEltAI-ION JIOVK,
Sydney, August 14. It is possi
blo that tho Anti-Federalists may
endeavor to make a little delay in
the passago of the Address to tho
Queen, on the ground that it is
not yet officially known to Parlia
ment that throe colonies have ac
cepted tho bill.
If this is attempted it will show
to what absurdity this small re
maiuiug section of irrecoricileables
will cirry thoir opposition, and
tho move is not likoly to be sue
cesxful, fven if it is tried.
lho motion of which notice is
to be given iu tho Legislative As
sembly this afternoon by Mr
ltOfit, will probably embody the
Address to bo presented to the
Queen iu reference to tho Com
monwealth Bill. The address will
reoito tho eteprt which have been
tnken in New South Wales to
biing about Ffdorution, aud quote
tho result of tho referendum, con
oluding with a prayer that the
Commonwealth Bill may bo passed
as au Imperial Act of Parliament
the debate will be oponed to
morrow ovoning, and theioisoveiy
prospect that (lie discussion will
extend into next week. The Ad-
dress will be allowed to go with
out any attempt at organized op
position, though thore will proba
bly ho a lot of talk,
Notion of moiion will also bo
given in tho South Australian
Parliament this afternoon. In
tho Victorian andTasmauiaii Par
liamnnlri the Addn'M will proba
bly bu moved next wook on tho
Hitiiie dav, and within a fortnight
inn niriiniiioiiiH or too rmir colon
itfH will have all agreed to the
pulitiou to Hor Majesty to give
WHITE LA HO It.
Not long ago a nice yourg lady
from tho CuaU got a situation as
tailoross with a white tailor iu
this city. Eerything went on
O. K. for a short while. Thero
was also Mr. Chinaman employed
at tho same establishment. Aday
came for some work to be deliver
ed Mr. Bobs Tailor oidered tho
young lady to go and deliver the
work where to, we don't know
allowing Mr. Jim Fat to remain
in tho shade. Tho young lady
said: "Why don't the Chinaman
go?" "No you go." Tho young
lady put on ber hat and cape and
went home. My clothes won't go
thero. A Citizkk.
HOW KIHB1 BROKB HIM.
"I know It's too bid." salt! the con
vlcted defaulter, "but It all comes of beltiR
an optimist 1"
"An optimist ?" said the visitor to the
"Yes; I was dead sure Klhel stock would
ro my way, and I backed my opinion with
some one s eise money i"
Get your calcium-carbide from the P. C.
& M'f'e Co.
Relcnald : " I want to buy vou a dog,
miss tinei i wnat Kinu ot a uoz wouiu
Ethel (thoughtfully: "Well, I should
like a dear little silky-halred angel, with
large poetic eyes, and a sweet little rose
bud mouth, and a sou ful expression, that's
a good ratter and a good fighter, and a
prime retriever and water-dog, and a good
courser, and doesn't eat too much, and is
eay to keep clean"
Relgnald: "Excuse me, Miss Ethel
but what you want Is a Sterling Chainless
uicycie, irom me r. . cv Avt'g uo.
Twentieth Century Gas Lamps, at the
P. C. & M'f 'g Co.'s.
Wig: "Jones says he can read a woman
like a book "
Wag: "Yesj but he can't shut her up
Crescent Bicycles for 545, at the P. C.
& M'f'g Cn.'s.
After testing oleomarcirlne at the B)ard
of Health food Investigation the other day,
Dr. Dor remarked that it was just as gooJ
as the butter he had for breakfast. But,
how does the doctor Know just what lie
did have for breakfast ?
Old Hunter: "Hullow, old fellow; how's
hunting ? I don't see that you have bag
New Hunter: "Oh, you don't, eh ?
Then just look at the knees of my nesv
He swears he'll get his ammunition from
the P. C. & M'f'g Co. next time he goes.
Sterling Bicycles at J6o, at the P. C. &
M'f'g Co.'s. .
And 25 Cents, tp
GOOD FOR ONE COPY g
On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE, jP
"Examiner" War CortesponJenL?
ii lis ii i !i ii -ii a -
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in making enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. o-
The Bulletin told vou a few davs aco
of the sctrdtv of hard wooJs such as are
used for mouldings, and the large advance
in price 01 me same.
Our orders were placed at old nrlces.
and the goods have just arrived.
With these we have received the very
latest designs In PICTURE FRAMES
and EASELS an assortment Mich as has
never before been oeen In Honolulu,
Call early mid have your choice,
)o fli fir. linn
1 ll till HI V UVIJ JJUIM
THIS TIME IT IS
Indurated Fibre Ware!
NEAT AND DURABLE.
Tubs, Buckets, Dish Pans, Pitchers,
Wash Basins, Infants' Baths,
Slop Palls, Measures,
And many other useful articles
Prices arc cut 25 per cent.
Alt marked In plnln fl&urcH.
We are making this reduction because
we have too large a stock of these goods,
and want more room for two carloads of
JEWEL STOVES and one car of GUR
NEY CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS
which are on the way.
W. W, Diiuond & Co,,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coa1 or
wood : Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame OH Stoves,
uerm rroot r-llters, ramus Ull Stoves.
YOU want a good office coat ?
Something that will keep you
cool, and at the same time wear
well ? If you do our Serges In
Blue, Gray and Brown are just
the thing. Come and have a
look at 'em.
We are offering this month
a line of Stiff-Bosom Colored
Shirts, Latest Style, and all
Up-to-Date Patterns, at fi.25.
Your gain, our loss ; too many,
that's the reason.
We still lead in Readyto-Wear Cloth
Ing. All you need to do Is to tell us your
wants; we guarantee to fill them without
any trouble to you.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVCfley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Hough Kitlors" "TluODowii-
tnU ot tho Dnrvishos"
licrt of OlioH.s"-- ''Outridors"
"Dro.-H." ' J'riso. era of
Hope" "Tlif Miking of Ha
"Tin. Hnil irawaii"
Haiiiu" "Kl'vpI, in
1SS" "Espirilu San o"
"Spun ' liif." "Tho Uap
sum" "Kod Rock"- ".Diiyiil
Haniin" -- "TI10 awkward
ICngliHli Th hkIiI Tho
of Haoloriology" &c
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
Golden Rule Bazaar
810 PORT STREET.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Ladies' Sailor Hats!
In all the newest shapes. Also, a Complete Variety of
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY
In Silk and Muslin.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tli People's Providers.
SPECIAL S-A.T-.E OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF FASHION I
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES FALATJ, Manager.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO,
Special This Week :
T.nHna' Vnala -in IK., on.
Fast Black Hose
Gents' Balbriguan Underwear
Fast Black Socks
Egan Dry Goods
GOOD BUTTER f CHEESE
Are the Housekeeper's Delight!
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
Or Delivered ON ICE at your door.
A full lines of Family Groceries always on hands.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware,
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Beltlnc Is acknowledRed by several of the most expert engineers on ths
Islands to be the best, most durable, mid least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full Una
, A Rood selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. u.w.wvyn
Lime, Cement, Fire
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhouse, H. B. Alclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and Kinu Streets,
Waverley Bhck, Bethel St.
i2 and 112-
1. 0. Ilox :iRH
0, A. HOT Mi
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
Clotliim Hindu In nlur lit 11 iiuimnuliU
iuiM, ('lnllii'M rlminnl, roprtlli'd mid
dyitd, I'lut'i'luM work miwiiiiiioihI, J',
0, Imjx W), Union Miuut, Honolulu
11, 1, vm
3 pairs for 50o F(
75c a suit j
10c a pair '
Co,, Fort Street,
Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints
Clay and Fire Bricks.
Iliitliol NtrtKit, til uml 040
514 TOUT Sr.,
"" Ntr ( umif ul Cliiplilo tM
aiiinlni ml Iliptlilnn ) Short Nolle.
tnt In Hit k itlMl iBioMf,