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Knltrnl nt the I'osl Odico at llono
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'Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
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Pott Office llox 718
.APItll. 8. 1901.
Senator HiimcI'r minority icport on
the DtsneliMirr Art In pertnlntv ex
..-, .tiv in .it .iti. i.n .i.. r
raklllir. r:rrr )jr rett HumtA,
the majority. !To ,,ort ,'lc '""' traveled 6311 miles,
- nnd when sho determined to put In
If tlm majority party hn. made up I J hwe for oal WM "mny ,nlle', t0 ,ba
mind to present Her Mujeaty I.lllimka. I uorhnrd.
lanl with n lump aum of money In lien I TIlc ve8,cl h.n "' "J" " ,m?n
of a pen.lon It la perhaps Idle to offer!0' ll,c 2fit" ,nfm,,r' "
nny argument nmlMt this method or I refitment Imt Company racing cm her.
prurcilure. Certainly thla proposal R The returning soldier an a Om up-
flt vnrlanre will. Ihn C..nernl nlnn f..l. I PCarlllK body Of Incll and Willie In port
lowed In the t'nlted State In granting
financial assistance or rewnr.l for ser
vices rendered to the country. It
Hands to reaaon that Her Majesty
could not nnd would not place a money
value on the loss of her throne. The
vital principle of the proposed payment
Is to furnish her with sufficient funda '
to secure her against the possibility of
a lack of money to maintain her sta
tion as a former ruler of the country,
and thereby give voice to the high es
teem of the people. A liberal life an
nuity which shall pasa to members of
the royal family after the Queen's do
Ise certainly seems more In keeping'
with the kindly thought of the people
than the proposed payment Carried by
the new bill brought forward at the
"BEHT PEOPLE" ASAIN.
During the last political cam
paign, the News studiously avoided '
doing any politics, and put forward
a composite ticket, thereby caus
ing the Dulletln to display what
the Advertiser vtould probably call
"vealy rancor," but which the
News more courteously designates
as lack of political foresight. In Its
criticism of tho course of tho News.
Had all political line? been rubbed
out last fall, and the best people of
the Islands united, regardless of
rate or political traditions, n Legis
lature would have been elected
which would have accomplished
something. With the strong politi
cal, not to say raco prejudlclcs
now rampant, nothing can be hop
ed for or expected, but the lesson
is a valuable one If he who runs
will read. Maul News.
It now devolves upon our contem
porary to Issue Its political blue book
of the "best people" of Hawaii. The
peoploof Oahu, whero'party lines wrro
strictly drawn, are not ashamed of their
legislative delegation, anil the only dis
cordant notes within the majority par
ty como from outside sections where
the principle of party fealty was mado
secondary to carrying the election. A
tendency to break up Into factions Is
today the principal sourco of legisla
tive delay. As a bright and shining
example of what party organization
will do when opposed to the "best peo
ple" Idea we would again draw tho
News' attention to the rcsulta on Kb,
ual. .There the "best people" so-called
combined In citizens tickets and what
not. and they were swept off their feet
by tho organized Independents. Had
tho same plan been carried out on Maul
as the News desired It Is safe to assume
that not a single candidate scheduled
by our contemporary as representing
the ."best people" would have had tho
pleasure of taking part In legislative
deliberations. American institutions
recognize no "best people" class. The
men who seek to create such divisions
merely get their trouble for their pains.
THE RIGHT OF MIGHT.
The "transition period" government
of Hawaii had Just as much right to
draw on tho military appropriation to
pay A. S. Hartwcll's "special agent"
fee and expense, as It had to take mon
ey for that purpose from the Diploma
tic and Consular appropriation.
Tho mission of A. fl. Hartwoll na
"special agent," "unofficial delegate"
was without authority of law and mor
ally fraudulent. The money paid to him
for this service was to alt Intents and
purposes n raid upon tho treasury to
nccompllsh the personnl ends of a few
executive olllclals. Tho only value to
tho people, of Hawaii la found In the
high price paid for Mr. IlnrtweU'a sr
Mr, Hartwell wus the personal repre
sentative of the then President Dole,
he exerted his efforts tn secure, tho ap
pointment of Governor Dole and the
people paid the price. Tto weak de,
nlals that havo been offered to dispute
this assertion of fact merely demon
strate the easy or so-called diplomatic
conscience of somn of our public men,
The whole Bpeclal agent business was
nil Infamous Imposition on tho tnx
payera nf theso Island), on n par with
tho mission of Commissioner Drown ns
n lobbyist. The fact that tho pen pi o
havo no redress through the courts
demonstrates tho lax manner of draft
ing laws or the Mudled scheming nf
controlling powers to prolfct them
reives from tho righteous wrath of tlin
Ho far as this misappropriation or
funds Is concerned It serves as expcrl.
turn only mid should guide our legit.
ntHilriH iHimihlstMtlnii nn
rf the frw niiiiilffMi it( tit wnrltl lm
nMt'Mla Httild Mnkc Mlnullltrn nml
lf iki (wilier nrruHntlnx thin a
ilnlnimit that Dip lutni stun 'hni
Ixru pupfinlnl," Any lnlilnliirp that
will allow n riinttnutitlmi nf such n
statu n( nrtnlrs hni no spprcilatlim tij
Dip diltlfti of clllinnhlp.
GARONNE CALLS FOR COAL
Tho army transport Dnroiiiir, Cup
tnlir Mnrfnrlitne. from Xnitntakl, nftvr
It bnttlo of three wreks with hend wlwls
nnd strong sales, was forced to put In
here thin morning for coal aulllclvnt to
rnrry her to Han Francisco. She left
Nagasaki on the 19th of March for
San Franclico Intcmllni; to take the
(treat circle route to her destination,
will be allowed shore liberty.
Since October, 1S99. the Garonne has
been atntloned at the Island of l'anay,
lying about two hundred mllca aouth of
Luzon. Her bottom la very foul nnd
her machinery needs n thorough over
hauling so on arrival In 'San Francisco
s.he wM1 ln, ,he dock for
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
In the Executive Council this morn
ing, a petition signed by a large num-
her of people for the extension
Pauahl street from Fort to t'nlon was
turned down. To open this street would
cost the treasury $20,000 and the money
Is not In sight. Mr. MtCandless said
he had talked with a number of the
property owners and that they were
willing to give right of way for a street
If compensation would be made nt the
rate of ,$.1 per square foot. It was the
feeling nf the meeting that the deal
would be too expensive, nt present,
U. A. Thurston was present with a
proposition to change the line of the
Hllo Railway and to mako alterations
In the wharf at that port. His propo
sals met with the approval of the coun
Second only to the question whether
Russel is, or Is not, an American citi
zen, In the newspaper debates of Ho
nolulu, Is the controversy over tho pro
priety of praying for King Edward In
an American church. To pray for the
spiritual welfare of an English mon
arch approaches. In some1 minds, pretty
closely to treason; for the shadow of
George the Third Is still heavy upon
the land, and It Is hard to forget what
our school history used to aay about
English tyrants, and taxes on tea. It
seems rather hard though that an Am
erican citizen can't pray occasionally
for the eoul ofKdward Rex, if he wants
to. Even a king of England ought to
have a chance for salvation, and we
dare say ho needs praying for. If ho
doesn't. It Is simply a matter between
him and the fellow that does the pray
ing. Tho opposition seems to us like
a piece of infernal poppycock to say
nothing of Its total opposition to the
spirit of the founder of Christianity.
For our part we believe In letting any
body pray for anyone else he wnnts to,
even the Empress of China, or Tain
many Hall. If we pray without ceasing
os we are commanded to do In Holy
Writ, w,o would have tlmo to pray for
all those and still give McKlnley and
Governor Dole all they arc entitled to.
Cheap labor means cheap rork. The
Bulletin Publishing Co. employs men of
experience and artistic skill In the Job
department. That's why wo are turn
ing out the best Job work In town.
EX S. S. SONOMA
We have recieved by the
Sonoma (in the refrigerating
rooms) from San Francisco,
the following tid-bits. Give
us yourk order early as the
supply is very limited.
Fresh Green Peas
Smoked and Pickled Eels
(Eastern an J CtckUII)
Camemberl, Brie, Ncufcha
lei, Limburger and other
Fr dellvtrlen to all parts of the
llimton lliilhllnjl, I'or; Ht.
I', O, Hox jM 'I'lionri jj, 24, 91
A liluaiil' Mil tld lat it Inn uai nlikl
Cambridge, Mass., March .10,
The will uf Horace llousens, Jalo
of New Ion, which has been Died
probate, gives practically nil tho
estate of 1300.000 to the deserving
Kior, but under somewhat slngti-
After payment of 120,000 tii the
town of l.yman. Me., for n fund, f
the residue goes to tho city of
Newton, for Investment until Us
total Is l,000,000. The invest- .
ments arc to bo In loans to Indus-
trial men and women of Newton
to assist lhcm In procuring home-
On attaining $1,000,000 the yearly -f
Intcrcat Is to be paid to deserving -f
city poor. If the city of Newton -f
does notd eslrc to care for tho be- 4
quest, two lloston institutions get 4
$10,000 each, one Newton $5000 4
and the residue goes to l.yman, 4
Wcnlth Coat Honesty.
Hllo, April 4. Manuel Futnrdo. a
young Portuguese clerk In the ofllce of
Wise nnd Nlckeus. is in Jail charged
with theft. The young fellow Is a mere
boy In years but an old timer In the
matter of sport. He has been the won
der of his companions and the public
who have watched him and envied bis
success as a financier, for there are
few Portuguese In town drawing a
salary of a few dollars a week who
could afford to dress as well or spend
as much money as he. It Is said that
the young man has punglcd out seven
or eight dollars a day on an average for
the past two months. Herald.
FANCY AND STAPLE
PLEASE GIVE HS A CALL
.MILLER STREET, ABOVIi
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Kapiolanl, Kaiu
lanl, Magoon, Kaimuki, Mc-
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiolanl
Park Addition and Pnunul
Lands Ip This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in .Maul and Hawaii,
improved nnd unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME BEEK
ers will do well to see us be
(ore buying elsewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolula, T. II.
SPECIALLY FOK CATTLE. NEAR TOWN.
SILVA & VIVAS,
1 775-tf POST OFFICE LANE
ftVmWtsiERH Meat (Pjth'h
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
J4 44444444ft 44
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Htulnu dosed out our old stock of tncoM,
pattern?, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call ami ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household and Kitchen Utensils;
Ihese ore NEW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY and PRICE will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NEW INVOICES TO HAND.
A large stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UTENSILS now being opened up.
M Bethel Street Household Department.
The most beautiful display
of Easter Millinery c,,y:,
with lace effects. Bonnets
Tarn o'Shanter styles in
Flat Hats and Turbans
L ii diet' French KldGluves
In white, black and tinted
shades. Children's sizes
M. E. KILLLEAIS
t FOR SALE I
A NEW PONY CART
At a Bargain
' CALL AND
MERCHANT ST.. DET.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to' the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
'following goods :
, BATH TUBS,
enameled Iron and steel dad,
with nlckle plated trimmings;
alij wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bol lers and Stands
Water Pice. Faucets and Trim.
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gutv
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitar" Plumber.
DONE IN CRAYON
Pictures framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for tale,
., New Mojldlngs for frames
KINO AND AUPAI STREETS
8 M4U IIUNUIUIU kTUCK VAMJ.
Ever seen In the
Elegant Lace and
Crepe Gowns Fine
CO., Ltd., Hotel St.
SEE IT AT
I Schuman's Repository::
TORT AND ALAKEA X
DID YOU EVER GET A BETTER
KINO AM) BITHll STREETS.
C. BREWER & CO.. Ltd.
Pantheon Shaving Piirlor
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to. the
Beach. A road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of 'the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-roads will beopened
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps arourfd the
premises. No fresfiet will
enter, the property.
There fs an offer 'to buy a
part of' the proRerty,by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices pf lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
The ground is superior to
any tract in the market.
The premises are situated
within one mite and a half of
The Goyernment water
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est -of any tract within two
miles from the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. HI. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolanl Tract Co.
W.'C. Achi & Co.
J(eal Esiutt Dealers an4
T Wy ,.fais -r
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