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T1IE EVENING BUILETliN- HONOLULU, 11. 1., FEBRUARY 21, 1899.
Plfcllshed Every pay, except Sunday, at no Klnj
Kint, Honolulu, II. I , by tnt
BULLETIN I'URLISMNG COMPANY.
W. R. FARMINfiTOV Editor
DANIFI UXSAN Cltyr1liof
TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1899.
Appenriiuces iuilicam Hint Mr.
Kinney will whistlu null wait for
Tho ran n who olTontl tloOO f r
tlio O logon's pip mint lime linil n
now slojk rompunv m Iiib aleovi
Poup o wlio nr couviucfd thnt
Honolulu will not be dealt with
in a innuner eimilttr tooontinontal
territories nro simply honouring
Centrnl American ia enjoying
its usual senaon of revolution.
These "little tiff'tini" come to tho
Spanish American republics with
tho rfculnrily of Irndu winds in
They do euy that Su Franjico
syndicates aio now a factor in the
local stock markot. Tho more the
morrior. San Frmoiaco dollais
are just as good as Hawniiau pro
vided there is onntujh of them.
MimVor Ooopr has entered the
public school construction market
and taken the bull by tho bonis.
That thoio will be a rear (joes
without saying. It is a question
whether it is fair to call for bids
from San Francisco when tho
figures given by lnc! contractors
A great deal has been said of
fio young Japanese sent to tho
United States to loom American
biaitiesa methods. Now that
Japanese mercantile houses arc
Bndini; toth States to g't young
A'np-'CHUs it wiutd appear that
Ynlcvs can work into tho wajn
o' tho Japanese to bettor advan
tage than Japanese can to tako np
.Ainoncnniiims. Bio id will toll
That it will bo wise nnd bene
ficial to have a cremaloiy estab
lisbol in either the new or old
cemeteries iu nd untied by every
body.. It is one thing to favor the
plan and quite another to do some
thing. The oiily waj iu which
anything is likely to be accom
pitched is for come of the wealthy
men or a fraternal socioty to take
bold tf the proposition, form an
association ind erect tho necessary
building. It is a public benefit
th it is worthy the attention of
so ne of the public spirited men of
COOl) NWI.NC'S II,N.
Walter Schumann, American
Consul at Miinz, Q'rmany, gives
a valuable report to the State De
pigment of a wivinu's bank
Boherao in use in sesonil Gr-rinaii
cities ttiat is ptrticiilurly benefi
cial to the laboring classes.
Ins oid of requiring depositnM
tigitothe bank, tho bnk send-'
nruuud its collector each week nnd
tikoi such deposits ns may be
fixed upon. Tho new dopositor
mikes application either by letter
or in per.-ou, stating the amount
desired to bo depositel oich week.
This amount mav bo 88 small as
oleven coiits a week.
On payment of tho first deposit,
the depositor is furnished with a
pass bonl:, in wlnah tho amount of
the firBt doposit and the date is
oaterod. The following weekly
dMioaits nto not pnterod whpn col
lo3tvl, but only on prossntation of
the pm bco'c at the bank when n
withltnwal of money is made or
at the ond of tho your to balance
the account. Tho wrokly amount
'is collectel by employees of the
institution, and, as a recipt, the
depositor is uivou a printod cou
pon, showing tlio amount collect
ed, tho Jut', 'in I Uiu uuiutnr of
tho pass hi o!c. Iu ordor to insure
prompt payment, a coupon is pre
sented by tho collector, if a c.ui
pon which has beon returned to
tho bank by the collector as un
paid is not P'lid within eight days,
tho institution resorvos the right
to close tho depositor's account.
Tho usual rato of intorest is al
lowed. Tho returns from this banking
system show markod benefits to
tho people. At tho close of the
year 1897. thero vmb a balance of
8137,030 due 5435 deposilors. At
tho closo of the year 189G, there
wftB n balance of $112,663 due
G2G3 depositors. Ou January 1,
189S, the number of depositors
(including now opplicantsjaraount
ed to 671)9, making a weekly do
posit of 3704.
While bankiug bouses do not
loso anything by this schemo it
has beon and is a boon to tho poo
plo not blessed with largo capital,
aud might well bo copied by sav
ings institutions in our own city.
TrnublP Alrcil In Court.
The Chinese clorks in two law
oflics of tho city, aired thoir
troubles in tbo Police Court. One
was Oho Sau, tho defendant and
the other, Leo Lan, the complain
ing witness. Tliero was trouble
ab.mt bailing Ah Man, charged
with having opium unlawfully in
possession out of jail Oho Sau
claimed Leo Liu usd his name
in getting Ah Mun to agree to be
bailed out by him and Leo Lau
ol limed the former used profane
language. It was on this charge
that Oho Sau was arrested.
After tho whole story had been
told nnd many legal points dis
cussed, Judge Wilcox narrowed
tho whole matter down to whether
or no the defendant used profane
language. Tliero were too many
witnesses against him and Judgo
Wilcox, finding Oho Sau guilty,
fined him S2 and coats. Ohilljng
rorth for defendant and Davison
Tlio Homo Bakery Co.'s, Fort
street, reopened its doors today
as a Drslcloss family restaurant.
The ndjoiuing promises lately oo
cupiod by J. H. Hutchin's grocer
have been added nnd the entire
interior of both places pulled out
and refitted. No expense has
been spared to ensure the com
fort of tho guests and seating ac
commodation for sevonty-fivo peo
ple is now available. A varied
short order bill of fare baa been
providod, and a twoiity-five cent
lunch in ny be had from 11 to 2,
nleo a (ifly cents dinner from 5 to
7 p. in. . The new management
nro energetic folks and mean
business, and the Home Bakery
Co.'s may bo looked upon as a
boon to tho mercantile community.
Pre Lvetara For Traction.
Inspector General TownBond
invites teachers and all othors in
terested to attend the fren ltcturo
to bo given in the Y. M. 0. A.
hall at 8 o'clock next Monday
evening by Miss Long. The) sub
ject is "Common Sense Heading
iu I'oblio buuools." Miss .Long
is oue of tho volunteer nrmy
nurfl's having coino from Port
land. She has been a teacher aud
is more widely known in the
northwest for the lectures aud
papers sho has delivered at vari
ous teachers' couventioua. The
principal feature of Miss Long's
led u re will bo to civo sucneatious
on how to bring out tho thought
in i ending.
Minstrels nt Ills II 1st Tent.
The big minstrol bIiow will
open at tho Big Tent tomorrow
evening and run ou Thursday aud
Friday nights. Tho minstrel
feutuio will be givou iu coujun
tiun with tho usual high class
vaudeville. Twenty five people
will appear, all finished artists.
Tho Manila acrobats, eong and
dauco artiste and Roan the favor
ito will givo now specialties.
Every Boat in tho house ia num
bered. Suits now ou sale at tont.
Paris, Feb. 11. Ono of tho
attaches of tho Chinese Legation
iu Paris, believing that ho wns be
ing persecuted by the. Secretary of
the legation, Lien Young, yeater
dny kllh il tho latter by shooting
him with a revolver, and then
AMERICANS FOR JAPAN
Searching for Young Hen Acquainted
With Yankee Methods.
Representative of Large Japanese Interests
Visits Seattle Increase of American
Trade Demands It.
Seattle, (Wash), Feb. 10.-S.
Odugaki, representing tho Mitsni
Bussau Kaisba and tho other in
terests of the Mitsui family in
Japan', is in Seattle for tho pnr
poso of securing a number of
bright Araericin boya to be sont
to Japan and China and educated
in Oriontal business methods.
Tho Mitsui family is tho richest
in Japan nnd their various inter
ests are capitalized at ovor $"0,
"We realize that the Americaus
have wonderful business talent,"
said he, "and wo want to utilizo it
Since tho trade with this country
is growing to such largo propor
tions wo tied that it is necessary
to have arrployes, superintendents
aud agonts who nro more nccus
tomed to American mnuners nud
customs thnn Jnpnneso can ovor
hope to become Wo oxpect thnt
the trade with the United States,
which ia juBt beginning, will,
within a few yara may be with
in six or sevon years assume
such proportions that wo will
find it neceeaary to have men
familiar with Amorican methods.
"In consequence of this, the
Japaneso managers havo arrived
at the conclusion that the best way
tomeotthoso future demands of
tho business is to train young
Americans. Tboy have not yet
arranged tbo details, but it is very
likely that I shall try to find suit
ablo young men who may bo sent
to Japan for this purpose. I
suppose that tho bots whom we
shall neod will be bright educated
youngstors betwoou 15 and 2)
yoars of ago."
Hmallpox In tliu Ntats
A lato report of tho United
States Marine hospital Service for
the four woks bemuuiug Doc. ill
and endiug Jan. 27 shows a oiatk
ed increase iu smallpox that ex
teuda nearly fioin ooau to oceau.
From Alabama 114 casos are re
ported, Colorado 16, Connecticut
2, Florid i 1. Georgia 300, Illinois
3, Iowa 8, Kaunas 8, Michigan 4,
Minnesato I, .Missouri lb, JNtb
raska 350, New Jersqy 2, Now
York 3. North Carolina 1, Ohio
21, Oklahoma 5, Pennsylvania 65,
Texas V&2, Virginia 1UG, Wyo
ming 1. The cause of this m-
creaae is in a mmeure attributed
to tho objeoiiou that exists amoug
certain classes to vaccination. Il
is worthy of notice that Hawaii
which is tho direct lino of travel
with countries of tho Orient where
smallpox is enileinio is kept free
from the disons.
Good for Unvnnutt OMcvra.
Washington, Feb. 11. The
House Commerce Committee has
determined to report favorably
the bill "to promote tbo emoiency
of tho revenuo cutter service." It
provides f for tho retirement of
officers ou three-quarters pay,
similar to the army uul navy.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the scintillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant.CANE for the
sake of using these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
ware Co, Hi,
of paying big prices for out-of-date
clothing, hats and furnishings, when
.vou can buy new and stylish goods
for less money ? Ours Is all new
and up-to-date stock, bought at the
lowest cash prices ever known, and
not an article In the store has been
there more than one season.
Come nnd Compare
Our men's suits with those that
others are asking more for, and you
will appreciate what we are selling
Come and Compare
Our splendid line of lints, underwear,
boys' and children's suits, gloves,
sweaters, shirts, collars, with any
thing shown you, and you will say
ourslylesare up-to-date and prices
the lowest named by any first-class
house In the city.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTBrley BIOCl
geut for Dr. DelnaePa Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue.'
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
310 Fort Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the following popular
authors: Grant Allen Slenklewlcz
Hall Calne Captain Charles King
A. Dumas A. C. Guntcr Georele Shel
don Airs. Soutliworth Beatrice Harraden
Albert Ross Ople Read W. Clark
Kiisseii tnarioue ai. uraeme May
Agnes Fleming Robert Louis Stevenson
Marie Corelll St. George Rathborn and
many others whom space forbids auotlntr.
These are all In paper bindings, and retail
tor 25c and 50c e icn.
tftTNew llcht-wciKht Stationery for
sarHawallan Silk Flags, Ukuleles, and
Taro-patch Guitars; Curios; and THE
UNLY HAWAIIAN SUbNIC CALEN
BSfLow prices, desirable roods, and
courteous treatment always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
J. M. WEBB.
Other Goods :
-64 crates and 18'casks of CROCK
ERY and CHINA WARE, containing a
new supply of our well-known
In BLUE, FADE GREEN and RUSSET
BROWN colors, with our new 1899 pat
tern called LYTTON.
Also a fine 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 China, which Is very neat In
appearance, reasonable In price, and Is sold
In quantities to suit the purchaser.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King street.
BSrSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
Marblo, Grant to ami Hawaiian Stone
TILINO, COUNTBn TOPS,
IS1 POSING STONES.
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Church.
All kinds of Lettering and Carving.
KHtiiiutoa VurnUhori. 11-10
"CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St.,opp. Castle & Cooke
Strklly new 1898 Cleveland Mc)cle for Rent,
SeconJ-hanJ Ulcycles (or tale,
Repairing promptly anJ thorouchly attended to.
All work EuarjntwJ.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho Poplo'H ProvIdt'VH.
crJk Will show this week
some recent importations of
bleached and unbleached Table
Linens and Napkins, and Linen
and Cotton Towels.
Special attention is called to
the above, as the qualities are
guaranteed, while the prices
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie People's Providei's.
CALL FOR FREE SAMPLE
k il'i.M.. . t
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
.AXjUj have their ills.
REMEDIES MADE BY JOHN POTTIE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
OURE TH01SE ILLS.
Money is Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
Green Lotion, great he.illng spent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black Ointment for Horses' Feet, Electric Oils, a mild blister,
Pottle Eve Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dors, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees.
ESTThls Is only a partial list; If you don't see what you want ask
1143 ' Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
Vnllolt rjloolt, Iving- t
Pure Drugs nnd Chemicals.
Perfumery, Toilet ArtlcleH, Druggist Sundries,
You are cordially invited to call. 1 :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
Machines Sold on Installments.
Parts and Needles for
L., F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET, - - HONOLULU, II. I.
My Guitars nro noted for the purit)
of their toiio.
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins, etc, Repaired
069 llolil street, ncposlle the Arlington.
P. N. OTEEMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. HONOLULU, H.I
mi floor Honolulu Planlne Mill. itu
If a splendidly equlppid ettabllvhmrnt. Il has cour
teous drivers, fine horses, and rubber-tlrcsd,
Ring up Telephone 32 I
TAKO PATCH FIDDLKS.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. Repairing
1130 :: No. 210 KING ST.
5te& s-""; i
Renting and Repairing.
JIf a sufllclont number of patients ,
mo g'jurniitdoil, otir ossistiint plijMoIan j-
wlllgoto Honolulu nnd treat thorn at I
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants' who advertise in
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