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THE EVENING BDFLETrN: HONOLULU, B. I., FEBRUARY 25, 1899.
&?"& 'IVPlff $Wff -""!-yr -Twr- -ry,
Pibllshed Everv Day, except SunJay, at io King
street. Honolulu. II, I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAtPANY.
W. R. FAKHINOTON EJItpr
DtNIEI IfrfUN CltvEdltnr
SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1899.
"Ton, tp'n, double ton, forty-five
fifteen, Mr. Limning is it."
Evon tlio ofliciiil organ iB ntttr
Miuietor King's scnlp, prolmlily
because ho rofuBos to bo manipu
lated on governorship proposi
tions. The next thing tho Ouhu rail
road tiud the Poet Otlico ought to
arrnugo for is n tnnil car on the
throuuh train to Kahuku, morn
ing and afternoon.
The Standard dictionary defines
gambling:, "To lose, squander or
dispose of by gaming." By com
mon usnge this definition does not
apply to MpI: innrkctH.
One wuk tiom today Couyre6s
closes its huBitii'HS doors for this
session. In all probability it will
lenvo Hawaii bobbing along on
tho Bea of uncertainty for another
CoiiForvatlvt! men tHtiinnte thai
by tho first of July fully 10,000
additional men will be needed to
carry on tho work forecast by the
oxteusiva ngriuiiltmul iuduetiius.
This gives unnrn id on of thr
rapidity with which the develop
tnent of the country is going on.
By one of those mistakes of
"mako up" that occur in evon the
best regulated offices, tho Adver
tiser includes in its story of a
miBundcretnndiug between a law
yer and a photographer a para
graph regarding the affairs of ono
of tho churches. Thus tho moral
"he kindly effectioned, etc.," is
appropriately though inadvertent
Tho pith of Minister Damon's
financial policy is to keep an
"aochor to windward" and provide
for the possible loss of income
through tho handing over of the
custom house to the United Slates.
It might relievo the situation to
eo mo extont to allow a more com
plote draiuing of tho public treaa
nry, but the possible results would
bo moro dangerous to tho com
munity than present speculation
iu stocks. Should the people
wake up eomo fine morning to
fiod that tho government sourco
of incorao hampered aud the gov
ornmont employees whi6tliug on
the Btreot corners for thoir pay,
tho panic in the business com
munity would at least be worth
It is to bo hoped that tho timo
is not far distant when some of
tho many promoters will tako up
the construction of Iioubcb for
rental in the rwiilouco districts of
tho city. "While the general sen
timent of tho town seems to bo to
daprecalo a boom, tho people arc
gradually waking up to tho fact
that Honolulu today lias outgrown
itself both in the business and
residence sections. With tho od
vout of now ppople, there is a con
eteut demand for good ro"taI and
this demand is constantly above
Largo trticta of land li'ivo been
put on tho market and aro soiling,
purchasers generally being of tho
class who can build their own
bjusPB. Theio is nliio a olasH of
n nv arrivals a large propor
tion of whom will doubt
Iojs be permanent residonls
who find only a limited number
of reiitth iu (he market aud not
alwivs first class f.'t that. The
roajlt in that tho piiuu of rents
go& up along with thatofsupar
Btocks and tho niifurluuiitt foatmo
is th it it falls moot heavily up.m
tho pgntllo "with small incomes.
Tho day lab rer is paying u large
port! mi of hit iucomo to get a
roof to cover his family.
The opportunity certainly offers
for Bomo financier or corporation
satisfied with a fair return on the
investment to orect small cottages
that will meet tho needs of tho
moro moderate iucomes. Tho re
turns of such invostmont in othor
cities have been sufficiently largo
to warrant its iutiocluction in Ho
nolulu as beyond . tho dangors of
TO BENEFIT THE SEAMAN.
Continued from Page 1.
the majority of thorn beint;
gcntlomou's sons, eomo of them
paying a promium of .100
on their four years appren
iccship. Tho placo is presided
over by a chopain, tho presout in
cumbent Rev. Fullcrton M. A.
who succeeded the founder of tho
place tho Rov. Jas. Foil M. A.
who is looked up to aud honored
iu San Francisco as one of natures
The Sao Francisco Institute wns
opened iu 1892 and has douo a
most noble work in its field. Thr
two yearB previous to its opening,
lo"J8 apprentices deserted from
British ships iu San Francisco iu
most cases ending in 8an Qupu
tin ntid in 99 cases in 100 sinking
to the lowest degradation. Up to
the ond of my management in
18D1 there bad been 23 desertions
ana n wno naci deserted unci ueen
induced to return to their ships,
Ono of theso is 2nd officer of a
large Atlantic liner at present and
thanks tho San Francisco Insti
tutn for his position.
Another thing is tho constant
inducomont to young seamen to
wrilo homo and tho mothers and
friends aro very grateful for this.
Nice tottot paper, good pons, and
ink should occupy couepicious
places and the malinger and chap
lain must get acquainted with
every man and no ono but bona lido
GHiuen should be allowed iu the
building except on Sundays aud
Collections nro never takori
from seamen. They aro allowed
to smoke all they ploato and
should never bo roproved in tho
presence of another, and above all
never try to force religion upon
thorn. Seamen think moro than
other peoplo in a similar station
iu life, and it has been found best
to show thorn "practical ohristian-
ltv, fellowship, and sympathy
and they will think out tho rest,
which will moan their coming to
Sunday services which is only
natural aitor having spent the
week day evenings in tho placo.
In the chapel ia the placo for re
ligion and moro can be done in
ono bcur in the cuapol than a
yoar going around among tho
men in the rooms, which will
drive them out; acd aboard tho
ships; this trill got the chaplain
tbo nick namo of "holy 100" aud
The principal institutes in the
world areS. l'.Soaman's Institute,
Rov.Fullerton chaplain Hongkong
lustitute at linowloon, llov.
Goldsmith, M. A. M to Spamen
Society of London, with its vari
ous missions in England; Cul
cutiu Institute and Hasting Ap
prentices Olub, at Calcutta; Father
Austin P. S. P. Theso two latter
aro unci r this High Church of
England, the others aro all church
of England except tho San Fran
cisco Institute which ia tho Am
erican Episcopal Church; but the
chaplain is always eont from the
mission to Seamen bociotiea of
Loudon where they receive n
thorough training iu this special
work. A novice among seamcu
will not bo a success.
Tho Calcutta Institute and its
branches iu India aud Burmah
aro conducted on ex'romely liberal
lines witu great success and aro
unquestionably the best atteudol.
The Calcutta Institute has Suu
ilny afternoon football, cricket
matches, tennis aud all soitsof
games, boor is sold to the men
no man being able to obtain more
than two glassoa during the after
noon whioh is given up to rocre
atioii. The Hat-tings Apprentices
Olub is immenso'y popular and is
attouded by 90 por osnt of tho up
prentices visiting Calcutta aud is
H. R. Wood.
Tho American Bohooner Amori
atii (Jill, Olo NiUon tnanter, ar
rVdin port this ninmiug from
Port TowtiFond, having sai'ed
fr mi that pltce, January 20. llor
cargo of lumbar comes to order.
T15NT HIIOW TONIMUT.
This will bo that evening of tho
popular minstrel show at tho Big
Tent. Sol Dorlinor has made a
big hit with tho minstrel feature
and it is intended to give an extra
good sond off tonight. Togotlior
with tho choruses tho usual up to
clato specialties will bo brought in
with good effoct. Rosa's Amori
can, Hawaiian and Chinese songs
will bo on tho program, Mansfield
tho champion clog dancer of the
Pacific Coast will give eomo new
and lively step, Weaver the ne
gro impersonator will bo thoro as
well as the Filipino jugglers.
Next weok now features will be
put on, including a freo tight rope
walking exhibition iu front of the
tent. This will bo freo. Popular
prices still rule.
EniTon Evenino Bulletin :
Our Public Works officiol hod a
narrow escape last night of being
held responsible for serious dam
age through the flimsy uufitiit-hed
work on NuUHtiu htreiim. Is there
no law to corapol him to push tho
work outliued by tho Legislature
to protect tho lives of tho people
in the community? Or mnko him
do tho work ho is paid for? Will
tho ProsMont and Legislaluio al
low him to continuo in ollico after
receiving the report of their awn
special committee, said report
declaring him totally unfit for the
A mooting of tho Kamehnmoha
Alumni Association was called far
last evoning but tho threatening
weather kept tho boya away and
not onough to constitute a quo
rum, woro present.
Manager J. H. Wiso of the Kn
mohamena Alumni baseball team
bad seen Principal Thompson
about getting Kamohamuha
School boys to join the team as it
is not in very good shapo at the
present timo, particularly iu regard
to a catcher.
Mr. Thompson has givon a fav
orable, answer aud will refer the
matter to the teacbeis at a special
It baa not been the habit hero
toforo of allowing boys in school
to play on league baseball teams.
The platform in Kaumakapili
church has been enlargod bo that
now thnro is . groat deal of room
for performers at entertainments
may bo given
thoro in tho
Tho noxt reheareal of tho Ama
teur Orchostra is to bo held in
Kaumakapili Thursday night and
the Oratorio, the date for which
has not yet been decided on, will
bo given there.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 23M, 1899.
To the Manager of Adrertitemcnl Depart
ment Keening bulletin:
My dear Mr. Clark: Please reserve
this space for me, owing to my time being
so limited cannot arrange my ad until to
morrow or ne.xt day. Have been as busy
as a little red ant on a lint rock, selling
llemlngton ond Crescent bicycles. Am
compelled to sell them cheap so as to
make room for the large shipment of 99
Model Sterlings now in transit.
Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co. Ltd,
HORACE J. CKAFT, Manager.
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
Pacific Ihri van Co,, Ltd,.
" HOT STUFF."
We all like our meals hot.
Nothing lukewarm will do.
Nothing half baked "done to a
turn", Is the rlghtthlng. That's
the way we serve our clothing.
Each garment Is hot from the.
brain of the man who knows
how to design It.
Myl How the men and b6ys
smack their lips over our line
ANDTHE PRICES ARE JUST
CHEER UPON CHEER FOL
LOWS. The announcement of our
special sale of neckwear, hand
kerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs.
75c ties down to ?oc.
2 for 25c.
You miss an opportunity If you
don't hook on to some of
these bargains. .
9 Hotel street : : wayerley Blocl
Agents (or Dr. Delmel'e Unen-Meah
Undorwcur. Semi 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. Gunter Georgle Shel
donMrs. Southworth Beatrice Harraden
Albert Ross-Ople Read VV. Clark
Russell Charlotte S. Iiraeme May
Agnes Fleming Robert Louis Stevenson
Marie Corelll St. George Rathbom and
manv others whom space forbids Quoting.
These are all In paper bindings, and retail
for 25c and 50c each.
BQf-New light-weight Stationery for
ESyHawallan Silk Flags. Ukuleles, and
Taro-patch Guitars; Curios: and THE
UNL.Y HAWAIIAN bUbNIU JALbN-
BSJ-Low prices, desirable goods, and
courteous treatment always at
J. M. WEBB.
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains there in
many articles in Housefurnish
in Goods, including Crockery
and Glassware. .
Call and inspect.
You may see something you
All goods marked in plain
Second floor ; take elevator.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King street.
BQTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
RlSPAlltKK AND LOCKSMITH.
J. T. LUND,
Knlimuton on OnmmnntiU Iron and lirass
Work, ISrou.u Hloetro I'lutlng. '
Illcyulo Koriiilrlng In all Its Jlrunclics.
Union Stroot (Bll Towor).
CITY REPAIR SHOP
Strictly new 18.18 CltteUnl nicycles for Rent,
SecnnJ-hanj Illcyiles Ini sale.
Kep.ildnt: p'mnplly nnJ thoroughly attendJ to.
All work guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
rjriie JPeopIe'M Provldoi-H.
aAs 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
defy competition. .
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlio People's JProvitlex's.
STRONG AND WHITE!
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
01 ayuney, in. 3. w., nui
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not only furnish you Remedies, but tell you HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is
C. W. MACFARLANE, .
1143 Honolulu, H. 1. ---4
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR S'ALE
City " Furniture Store,
Tolophono 840. Lovo Building, 5:11-530 Eort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
VonHolt TJlticlc, King: Wt
Pure .Drugs and Chemicals.
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Druggist Sundries.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
Maps of Honolulu!
UNMOUNTED, 50c EACH.
M. D. MONSAARRT
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET, HONOLULU. II, I
mi floor Honolulu Planing Mill. 11 it
Is a splendUly equipped stMIhment. It lui'cou?.
teous drivers, tine horses, an J rubtxr-tlrekJ,
Ring up Telephone 32 !
TAllO PATCH riDDI.KS.
Workmanship rJ Mairrl.it Ciu.irantieJ, Itepnlrlnc
-No. 2llJi KINO. ST.
& Elevator Co.'s
POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
OaSIf a Kiillluleiit number of patlontH
aro ipnrnntt'fil, mr 1 sslhUnl plijMelim
will go to Honolulu tuid trrut ilium at
homo. Tu,Th,Sat ,J
No shop-worn Rcods on the coun
teis ol merchants who advertise in
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