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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 8t 185)9.
Published EveVy Day, except Sunday, it no King
I s'tjeet. Honolulu. II. I., by tht
BULfjqTIN PUBLISHING COAtPANY.
W. R. MRRINGTON Editor
DANCl;lOOAN City IMIior
NDAY, JAN. 30, 1895.
pro inonoy (or public works.
Oilliiio is indeed "(jetting b
oh ' Let tbo tood works
I iiiublio tark ponl'tnin.
Tup rnilroud cnudidHto is a pro
minbut fljurd in nearly nil the
aonatorial fights of tbo West.
Evai tb bl-eHaiiiRs of mpid tnius
poriatiou nro not iiu uu mixed evil.
qmoouo said ho saw a bal
loon' put-B otrr Houolulu yester
day. One of tho passengors mihl
have boiHi Mods. Gnspiwd do Col
iguy ecarcbing for the Alabiunn
The t)Uiistu ihni mnku com
plijint of lliiwuii's butuls thoao
dnys chu bo putdowu 'is n nnturnl
boh) kiokurn. Tho hoatolriea nil
along the t)uri8t r.iuto nro fnst
B'lininj,' u limn o for a first class
Tho plan for tliv British resi
dents to mike specitl "recognition
of tho visit o! Lord Boresford is a
rcoit cscollont one. Citimus of nil
uiitiohs hpro represented would
deem it a favor if thpy could have
t it nppntu'uity to )ay thoir ros
poets, to tho noted representative
of. Great B ' in.
If tho Ditira )nd Head light
bouse i such a useless expeudi-
turo of $2500 of Hawaiian coin,
tho. question arises, why does the
goverumeut spend any raonoy on
this liuhtbousf? Thi-i is Ameri
can territory and if there is oue
thing in which tho United States
will iissnmo all expense it is tup
Tho theory of the special senn
torial election upppim to bo. "in
tiuio of poncu prepiro for war."
In chbo C(nurefH does not net on
tho Hawaiian bill or should the
necessity of n special session fail
tonriee, the senator elect will have
lots of homraud the goverumeut
an increase on its profit and loss
acoouut. Tho day when Hawaii's
governmental conditions are set
tled ough-, to bo designated a
special Hawaiian day of thanks
giviu. t '
The varying sontimeuts with
which tho news of Julius Palmer'
death is likely to be received in this
corner of the world are interest
ing to say the least. Oapt. Julius
Palmer '"was a character and to
those' chnrittbly inclined an inter
esting character. Ho was "cran
ky and opinionated" to use bis
own wordB, and rather enjoyed tho
criticisms made of his sayings
and doings. Ho ran along in his
ow t peculiiir grooves, liviug in
tlndownto vu district ofBoston be
cause thorj was le
nightru iniug his
less noisrt thero nt
us own household
co tkinc and mvooniiiL' bi'cnuan lie
could not get anyone to dithe
work to suit him. People gener
ally smiled at his idiosynurnies,
'but tliOBQ who came to kuow him
intimately, know that a mor- kind
hearted man than Julius Palmer
In religion Pulraor wont oif on
taugunt from what might have
been '"an expected . result of bis
Now England training, and in po
litics he followed tho Mugwump
ilea that (bad its birth in Massa
ohaaet'a and now voiced iu the
anti-vcpauBipu cry. Palmer's part
ia HiiaiiVhiaiory was the result
of tue?'cinv(ction" be had formed
that, tfjo" nutivea had been wronged.
Having Jonco formed that
opinicp it was impossible for him
to soo'tho conditions in nny other
id. While ho was aevorely
criticised and lampooned, ho was,
in his personal conversation, nl
waysuharitablonnd kind iu speak
ing of tho-o who made him au
object of uttaik.
JULES WALTERS A SUCCESS
"How Hopper was Sidetracked" Wit
nessed by Hundreds.
Vafldevllle Promises Well Initial Performance
, ' Brians Forth Mirth and Laughter
' Players and Their Paris.
It. is an assured fact that if the
mnnagemout of thu Orphoum
theatre continues to bring to Ho
nolulu such vaudeville compauies
as that of Jules Walters, tbo pa
tronago of Honolulu peoplo will
certainly be continued. Tho show
is an excellent one having in its
ropcrtoire, plays calculated to
please aud to crento mirth aud
laughter ou all sides. This was
shown Saturday night, when the
Jules Walters Company presented
'How Hopper Was Sidetracked."
Ihe (Jrpheum, recently enlarged,
was crowded to tho doors. Not a
seat was left aud standing room
was hard to find. Tho piny bo
gnu promptly and tbo cm tain rose
ou a scene along tbo Yukou. It
whs not long befoio Jules Walters
appeared dressed in havy winter
clothes, a li litre fur lined coat, n
tight tittiug red cap nnd heavy
uuois. crom inai moment, tlie
Jules Walters is certainly nn
ideal fun maker. Although the
witty speeches nod j ikes in the
play Bre without ond, Mr. Walters
got in quito a uumbor of his own
He js vory active on the stager
uover losiug nis cue for a sinIo
instant, tie makes a speoch hero
and nuollier there, a iumn aside, a
bow, glances in one direction and
nuother ond then disappears
from tho stage, leaving ban mil a
laughing audience. That ho is
becoming acquainted with H waii
nei wa shown iu bi two remarks,
Welii kn hao" nnd "pilikio." de
cidedly npropos whoro ho brought
Ouo of the best things on the
projiara was tho "music lesson"
with Jules WtdtorB as instructor
mid Louise Llewollyn, tho loading
lady, as pupil.
Mist Llewellyn is porfectly at
homo ou the stage and did her
part vory well ns Priscilla Kent
ing Saturday night. In the lait
act she sanir "I dreamed that I
dwelt iu marble halls." James
Fulton as Donald Gunn, the vil
lain, was very good. Goo. Ilanna
played the part of a tool to Donald
Gunn in tine shape. Florence
Webnter as the hou9ekooDor andl
Drank ttartwu 1 did their rmrka
well. - U
Myra Jefferson ns Mollie
Murch is a clover littlo aotross.
H-r necro soues wexe verv well
douo. Ono fact characterizes the
work of Miss Jefferson. She
throws her whole soul into what
sho does. If her point is to as
sume a "tough" attitude, she does
it, but refrains from trvinc to look
"pretty" at the same time.
"You're a choap man," a negro
sonu', was the best thing sho did.
i Hero was a Hint of a coon snuih
nt tho end. The audienco was
rather disappointed that the hint
did not materialize into something
more substantial. Tho same
might be said iu the case of Jules
Walters when he gave juHt a bint
of a "Jew cako walk."
"IvhoIioh" Allen iu his "Couldn't
boat Ivan hoe" was most amusing
Ho very clevely picked out peoplo
iu theaudieuceand to tlje astonish
ment of all present, made up
verses about them and sang along
as if ho had committed the whole
thing to memory before taking tho
stsgo. S-irn Parkor, 0. S. DHky,
0. H. W. Norton, Purser Hayden
of tho Garonne and "two young
mou dowu iu front" as well as
others, were picked-out.
A very pleasant foaturo of tho
eveuiug's entertainment was the
piano plaving of Miohaol Mattel,
musical director of tho Orpheum
Theater. Ho is uertaiuly h taloot
ed' player as was 'shown by his
work Saturday night'.
"How Hopper Was- 8ido
vilPbo given again at tho
There was a very large atten
dance at Kawaiabao church Sun
day morning, araoug the number
boiug a goodly representation of
strangers from the States Tho
contributions from the various
districts amounted to something
over SHOO. ThiB amount is for
Kawniahao's part iu tbo work of
the Foreign Missions.
"HAWAIIAN ISLES" CHILD
Tho treatraout of a child on
boatd the ship Hawaiian Isles,
caused considerable comment
along tho water front during tho
ship's stay in port. Miss Wilder
took the matter up and tho follow
ing letlor is the result of her in
vestigations. Miss Wildor was
ready to take thu child from the
ship andt provide for her, but
found this could only bo done by
habeas corpus proceedings, which
the early departure of the vessol
Honolulu, Jan. 30, 1899 .
To the Secretary of the Society
for the Proventionof Cruolly
to Aninijils anrT Children,
The captain of the sailing ves
sel "Hawaiian Isles" sailed from
this port Jan. 28th for the port of
Seattle with his ship.
In the custody of the captain of
tuts vessol was his infant daugh
tor (whose name to mo is not
known) aged about ten years.
Information from reliable
sourccd and which I deem entire
ly trustworthy reached mo while
tho voksoI was in our port that tho
captain was treati'ng his daughtor
in a cruel and inhuman manuor
by koophig her constantly im
prisoned in one of tho cabins on
board of his ships, not allowing
her to come ashoro o even allow
ing bar the liberty of tho ship
excopt for short and unroasonablo
periods of time.
The captain in dofenso of his
treatment of this child stated that
sho was intractable and that it
was necessary to contino her on
the ship; nlso ho stated that the
child was the illegitimate off
spring of his former wife and
that the caro nnd custody of tho
child was practically forced upon
him a fow hours before ho sailed
from San Francisco, Bovoral
months ago, and that ho was com
pelled to tako her on tho voyage
with him ns he did not havo an
opportunity of arranging for her
care boforo sailing. Thi& is his
return tiip from Newcastle, N. S.
W. His trealmont of the child
while bis vessel was in our port at
tracted much comment and myself
nnd otbors wore nrranging tp take
the child out of his custody'and to
provide 'a home for her, bat the
vessel sailed before wo could com
plete the details of our plan'.
The caso seems to call for the
intervention of your society as it
appeals to all kindly disposed
and humane persons.
Wo havo no society like yours '
uere. but on beualf of this.' child
and of tho people here who feel
interested in tho mattor I xp&peot-
tully ask mat you examine Into
the case when tho vessel shall
bavo arrived at your port and 'that
you take such steps to rescue this
child as you may deem proper.
Helen K. Wilseb,
Special Police Officer for the
aTHE B. & H.
We have received were made specially
for us, from the LATEST designs furnish
ed In advance by the manufacturers.
We will make a liberal reduction from the
markedjrlces. We are also maklnc re
duced prlceson PICTURES'and FRAMES.
You Will Always
Find Our Stock
Is the Largest and
While our prices are always a little
under what Nother stores ask. We are
catering specially for family trade, and
ladies in housekeeping, or about to start
housekeeping, will find us always ready
to supply the very best goods at the very
lowest prices. Our enormous stock qf
pure Linen Damasks, pure Linen Nap
kins, Pillow Casings andSneetings,Bed
spreads and Blankets, would be hard to
beat anywhere. We carry a full line in
all the most popular brands of bleached
and unbleached Muslins. We will retail
'them 'cheaper than they can be bought at
FEB J4TH !
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY!
The Golden Rule Bazaar received by the
last steamer a NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
LINE of "?'
which are now on display In their win
dows, 316 Fort street. All those Interested
are Invited to call and Inspect the line.
"NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS."
Golden Rule Bazaar
Is the best place In the city to buy STA
TIONERY FOR FOREIGN CORRE
SPONDENCE. YOU SAVE 25 TO
40 PER CENT I
310 FORT ST.
' Guitars Made.
My Guitars ara noted for tho purity
of their tono.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, eto., Repaired
064 llo'cl itrett, nopultc tht Arlington,
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given tn
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. HONOLULU, II. I
anj floor jlonolulu PUnlngMIII, mi
Mwaiiaiiotel Hack Staid
1st splendidly equipped establishment. IlHtscour
teous drivers, tins horses, And rubber-tltqsd
Ring up Telephone 321
Notice Is hertbv plven th.ir th Annual
Meeting of the HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC
CO. will be held at the office of Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, on
Tuesday, January 31, 1899, at 2 p. m.
VY. M. UIH-ARD,
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 25, 1899. ii28-4t
Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Other Goods :
64 crates and 18 casks of CROCK
ERY and CHINA WARE, containing a
new supplyjf our well-known
In BLUE, FAJDE GREEN and RUSSET
BROWN colors, with our nesv 1899 pat
tern called LYTTON.
Also a fmei line of WHITE SEMI
PORCELAIN, and Including a complete
stock of IRON STONE for HOTEL
and RESTAURANT trade.
We are also displaying the "Red Poppy"
In French Chlna'whlch Is very neat In
appearance, reasonable In price, and is sold
In quantities to suit the purchaser.
Von Holt Block, King street.
BSTSoIe Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoyes.Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner ol Chaplain Lane.
Guanine and Rrpalrlnc at Short Nolle,
anj In tlie best possible manner. tti6
H. L. KERR & CO ,
Architects and Builders
Room 1 9 ani to,
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone i)t. " m6
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel 6t.,opp.C(i8tlc& Cooke
Strictly new ,88 Cleveland Bicycles for Rent.
Repairing promptly and thoroughly attended to.
All work guaranteed,
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUNES', 127 QUERN Streot',
Near Richard street
Every Inch a Man
Whether thirty six or
forty-six. Suits are here
" to fit his frame.,
Our'notlon of a rightly kept
stock of ready to wear clothes.
And the little man has no
advantage In price.
The growing youngster
feels proud when dressed
"Just like papa."
No better way to train the
,t. young mind In the channel
Giant efforts for dwarfish
figures. Give us first call.
The five-dollar hatter Is
the greatest living example
Thinks his name adds two dollars
worth to every hat. Same
hat here, three dollars.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGrley BlQCt
Agents for Dr. Dclmel'g Ltnen-Meeb
Underwear. 8enl for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order,
Tolophono No 670.
In Flue Condition, Just us Good as Now.
J. T. LUND,
Union 8troet (Bell Tower).
ar-Llght Machine Work promptly done.
10 Per Cent. Reduction!
On ami afior this dato tboro will bo a
DEDUCTION OF 10 PEIl CENT, on
our uonorators anil Calcium Carbide. 1 ,
BQyCall and oxamlno ACETYLENE"
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co.
, M. M. KOnN, Managor.