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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. 1., AUGUST 29,' 1899.
Vltllltltl Every Dy, ticcpt Sundy, at in KlD(
trt.t, Honolulu, H. 1., by th
ULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
M. f. f ARRINGTON Edltcr
ANIEL LOGAN City Editor
TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1899.
If Secrotnry of Agriculluro
"Wilson found regionR fnvornblo
to ton culture in Oalifornin, wliat
would lit) buy if hi) came to Ha
waii? It in unfortuuato that So
rotary Wilsou could not coutiuuc
his trip to this territory iu tho iu
teroslB of tho now and sinnllor
DOI.H INSTIIUOTH HKCIIKTAIIY HAY
Mr. Dolo in otio of bio official
organs raado the remark that
United States Secretary of Stale
Johu Hay doesn't know his busi
nees. Speokinp of tho Olna
eqt. tiers Mr. Dolo said, "Mi.
Hay is now in his office and uvi-
doutly is not familiar with Hip
lines upou mo have been working
here einca liiet August." Tho
cool manner iu which Mr. Dolt-
"calls down" his superior ollicer
"before the public of Hawaii is
Evidently Mr. Dolo oousidorn
that tho Secretary of State, the
right bower of the President of
United States from whom Mr
Dole ideoives his authority as an
official of Hawaii, doesn't know
his business. John Hay who lias
been intimately connected with
public affairs since tho days of
Abraham Lincoln is notified thut
ho require special instruction
from officials of tho llepublio of
Hawaii for the proper administra
tion of his office.
There may bo more or les
truth, however, in tho statement
that Mr. Hay "is not familiar with
. the lines ou which wo have been
running here." Tho grcnt We
which Mr. Dolo represents have
been running on liurs that are
anything hut American. Mr.
Dole'" "We" havo upset every
American principle of tho New
landi Uesolatiou possible; "Wo"
havo been dancing around tho
the. ring warding off au American
interpretation of the Newlands
Resolution in nearly every in
etaco i and now Mr Dolo delivers
a smashing upper-cut blow by
tolling Secretary of Stato Hay tbit
ho does not know what ho is talk
Doubtless Mr. Dole will inform
8'oretory Hay that "We'' have
been interpreting tho Nowlnnds
Itepobitiou thus and so and what
"WV'eay, goos, notwithstanding
"Wo" receive our orders through
Secretary Hay. It is to bo hoped
that Mr. Dolo will bo very ex
plicit iu his directions to Secre
tary Hay and thus allow the Sec
retary of Statu to become thor
oughly informed ou "tho lines
on which We havo been working
her.' since August last " Tho
Secretary of Sloto will doubtWs
become and highly eduo tied after
he bus received instructions from
"We." the Great I'oojum.
PUISr.I.NU TIIK U.W.IClANS.
In au interview giveu to the
BuUiETlN Mr. Dolo Enid yesterday,
" As to freeiug tho Galicians, I
supposo Hackfeld may froo them
if In wants to," This remark
ootoQ) fr un tho official fountain
bend of a g veriunout that is solo
ly responsible lor the imprison
ment of the Gnliciau laborers and
is solely responsible for whatever
misroprcsoutatioiiB havo boon iiuido
concerning the trei;tmont of tho
Giliuiui) lal)orern; a government
t' at i bolely riinpotiHiblo fur the
continuation of ill" ponal oliuisoof
tin uiiMrnwt lalur 'aw, notwilli.
Inwliiiff tin NhwIumN Ht'Holullon
oxproinly mimuUI all Hawaiian
a ' luf i iv ii ii'i'iiv ilin uoif
M ilniiir 'I. I'ihIiiIHIihw
$n lil U' ,"' r;U vw
mormm (rim iiliirl'ii our'
Iliui) U'lllul'ii). Dipl'i'l'd""
ed for contempt of court; thoy
woro otdered by tho court to ro
turn ,to work, and refusing, wero
sent to prison for an indeGmte pe
riod for foiluro to obey tho com
mand of tho court. Then tho peo
pin wero informed that the Gnlici
ans could bo bought out of prison
by paying tho omount to which
thoy are in debt to the plantation.'
Now after admitting that tho mat
tor has beon discussed in Execu
tive Council, Mr. Dolo soekB to
shift tho responsibility for tho im
priaonmont of these men from tbo
shoulders of tho government,
whoro the burden belongs, to tho
shoulders of "Hackfeld."
Tho Galicians now in Oahu pri-
sou could novor havo bcou impri
soned. for failuto to fulfill labor
contracts, on tho complaint of Mr
Hackfeld or any ono eUe, had tho
government for which Mr. Dolo
Bpenks fulGllod ono jot or tittlo of
its duty to the American priuciplo
proclaimed in Hawaii by tho Now
Tuis knew shift on the part of
tho Hawaiian Government is not
surprising to the peoploof Hawaii
They havo becomo accustomed to
the government's paramount po
licy of Shift. To stand by aprinci
plo bocaueo it is right or to honest'
Iy oppose tho imprisonmontof con
tract laborors because it is wrong
is wholly beyond tho intontion
if it is within I ho capacity of those
who control the action of tho gov
ernment of Hawaii. MiuisterDa
mou'j steadfast labors to secure
whito hbor, and Minister Coop
er's coustant fight against tbo at
tempts to register foreign vessels
undor tho Hawaiian flag, and thus
eventually obtain an American
rogistry, are tho oases in the
Government's great desert of
disloyalty to straightforward un
questionable American principle.
Unfortunately Minister Damon
and Minister Damon and Minister
Cknpor are not the full cabinet.
. Why should tho freeing of the
Galicians so suddenly income a
matter for discussion, ovou "un
official" diecuesion, iu tbo Execu
tive Council ? Does the Execu
tivo Council begin to question tho
"advisability" of the Supremo
Court's dooision ?
Or what is more likely, is tho
govormjont of Hawaii getting
shaky ovor the probable results of
the presentation of its stand on
constitutional questions before
tho Supreme Court of'tho United
Tho Government of Hawaii is
now preparing to shift tho respon
sibility of its disloyalty aud obi-
cauory upou tho Bhoulders of
"Hackfeld" and at the same tirao
socking to forestall the movomont
to place tho acts of its officials ro
litivo to the Nowlands Resolution
aud the Atnoriotu constitution bo-
foro the Supreme Court of the
United Statos, a movement that is
gaining a power among tho citizens
of the mainland which may well
cans-' the officials of this jioveru-
ment to attempt to plaoe all res
ponsibility for tho imprisonmeul
of the Galicians upou "Hackfold."
At :i meeting of the Directors of the Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit and Land Co., held
on the 25th Instant, Mr. Chas. H. Atherton
w.is elected to act as Secretary during the
absence of Mr. J. A. Gllman.
Honolulu, 26th August. iSog.
UHA5. 11. ATHfcKION,
i0Q-3t Secretary H. II. T. & L. Co.
A Dividend Is due and will be payable
to the shareholders of the KOLOA
SUGAR COMPANY on August 29th.
The stocU books of the Company will
be dowd to transfers on August 28th.
J. I'. IIACKI'fcLD,
1 j B-2t Tie.iurer Koku Sugar Co.
Notice of AHHCHHineiU.
Notice Is hereby given that the third
nsttsfinmt of (en (10) ix?r cent nn the capl
l.il Much of the HONOLULU KAP l)
IIJAN3IT to LAND CO.. will hi .1. .
mid iMy.ible at the 0)iiiMiiy' mike, .ill
1 f'nrt ol itI, Honolulu, 1111 the ut diy nl
Sftciircr. priiKlni), Tho li;irc upon
! which iu 'twMHimui liny mimin inimiil
,,ifrlliiivMvii 1mm whl 4it mil he
llwwlill'h l AuM
' 1 ) 1 in ' gftUiry
HEAVY FREIGHT CHARGES.
"Salvation's free," the preacher said,
As the elder passed the platej
"Salvation's free for you and me,
But we have to pay the freight."
Nn frMplit tn mu ulin vnn fli! .1 Ster-
"Women who wear eve-classes or spec
tacles are always congenial."
"Yes; they like to tell eacn otner iney
had to put them on long before age had
anything to do with It."
"nnlltllkea watch" Sterllnz Blcvcles
are all the go. The P. C. & M'f'g Co.
has just received a new shipment of them,
For him there's little In life's cup
Who waits for something to turn up;
And then he finds, to end his woes,
When something turns up 'tis his toes.
Remington Breach Ejector Shot Guns,
the finest guns made, for sale at the P. C.
& M'f'g Co.'s.
"There's nothlne like oerseverance."
"Still, It hasn't done much for the Eng
lish In their attempt to win a yacht race,
But when you are trying to get a good
bicycle, and strike a Sterling "Built like a
watch," you don't have to go any further.
THE P. C. & M'F'G CO.
Have been received by the
The Bulletin told you a few days ago
of the scarcity of hard woods such as are
used for mouldings, and the large advance
in price of the same.
Our orders were placed at old prices,
and the goods have just arrived.
With these we have received the very
latest designs in PICTURE FRAMES
and EASELS an assortment such as has
never before been seen In Honolulu.
Call ftirly and have your choice.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Art Rooms .
h. s. Co.;
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
ARE THE SEASON'S LATEST
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strong, good, goodsthe best for
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THE BOY DRESSED In one
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a man, because he1 looks manly.
His work" becomes a pleasure and
his studies a Joy.
WE ARE OFFERING, THIS
WEEK, to close out, a line of
GOLF, NEGLIGEE and STIFF
BOSOM SHIRTS, at 50 cents
Call and take your pick.
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We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
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One Lever Operates the Whole Thing.
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Economical and Good Cookers.
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Call In and see one In operation.
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Take the Elevator.
Von Holt Block, King BtreeL.
Importers of Crockery, Limps and House
Sole Acents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame OH Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
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Rough Itidors" "ThoDown
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"WiiiatrnmH" "Major Tac
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SPECIAL SALE OF
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Commencing August 7th, at the
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Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
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A New Shipment of the Famous
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A full lines of Family Groceries always on hands.
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Fort and Kinn Stroots,
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ill hihI Old
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