Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., FEBRUARY 27, 181)9.
Pibllshed Evtty Day, except Sunday, at tio King
ttrett, Honolulu, H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINOTON Editor
DANIEL KX'.AN City Editor
MONDAY, FliI3. '27, 1899.
Secretary Giujf's opinion on
tho Hnwniian ship ivgUtry mhtt?r
is nothing mors or loss limn n
direct "call do.vu" of tlir Unwni
inn govurnruout from niltniuistrn
A InrHin i n bnrgnin the
world over nmong business men.
WucJn the courts upset miction
BiltH itnd tho govortimout rofuRus
t) recoguizi protests on miction
Bull's of nti Hppitrently ftimilnr
nature, tha lay mind in disposed
to query "whore tiro wo nt."
Hnwniiuu representatives in
Washington hope for goueral
legislation and nn extrn Hessiou of
Conprrsp. C(d. Gliarlen Dcnbj
who arrived totlny dirt'ot from
Wnshii'g'on pais thero will not bo
an extra session. Wn hopo with
tho hopeful, but urn disposed to
bank ou who, C il. D-nby says.
Erports from Manila are, tnlcn
all in nil, highly favomblo to the
Americans, lloi'o has boon cup
tured with practicnlly t.o resist
ance from tho itiHtirjjoi.t-4. In
Mimila, the AtwricHn9 nro lwld
i ig tho city without much trouble,
a'thongh the insurgents have not
retired from tho field. Aguinnldo
his issued another proclamation
which reads well, but his ideas of
humane warfuro nro decidedly
antediluvian when, as detailed by
racout do"pntohes, the members of
tho American hoHpital oorps nro
subject to most fiendish attacks
from insurgent sharpshooters.
Prthiiluut MuKiuley in hifl
Boston speech clearly outlines a
strong Americau policy in the
Philippines. Tho progress of
events there will be positively
American.' No -.vnr of extermina
tion will bo wHged, hut the Fili
pino must rccoanize Americau
rule and follow the lnw laid down
by American commanders.
A general hold up all along tho
1 no is the situation iu OougresB
at present. Tho Nicaragua Oannl
b.ll has evidently rec-ived its
djntb blow in tho House for this
B3ssion, and the deadlock on the
army bill leaves that important
measure iu tho balance of doubt.
Press despn'ohos speak of the
effrts' of fi iends of Hawaii to
eojuro general legislutiou, but
there is no indication that these
offorts will be successful. Con
gress is now in tho midst of the
rush that always comes nt the
otoso of the short session. It is n
time when important changes
come qui -kly and when opposi
tion often molts away quickly
followed by a general smoothing
ovor of clnHhing factions at tho
last moment. Hawaii's only hopo
at the present is tliit the army
bill may be "held up" till tho Inst
and that an extra session will be
GKMSIIAL, MWH NOTIS.
The ti'duupoit Valencia arrived
iu San Friiuoi-co L'V-h. 14th.
Sydney, N. S. W Feb. 13.
Tho American stumor Alameda,
OapUiu von Oslondorph, has Bail
ed for 8au Fruueisco, having on
board 202,000 Boverriyu in gold.
Iliohaid D Blackmoro, author
of Lornn Doom and other famous
uovoIb is dyin.
Col. Maicus P. Miller has heou
promottd toBrifjulier Geuornl.
The transpoit Grant has arrival
OhaplMin John R. Thompson of
tho Fir-t Washington died nt Ma
nila Feb. 19.
Peking, Fob 19. A serious
coeiliet li'is Inki'ii place hot w- en
tho HiiBHiniH and UiiiiiMRO iu 1
lien U'auyOlJ of tho Idler beiuj;
Jt is said to have originated in
a question of tuxes.
P0LL1TZ BUYS PAAUHAU
Rudolph Sprcckels Gets a Million Dollars
for His Share.
Irwin Retains His Portion N'w Company to
be Incorporated In
Pan Francisco, Feb. 17. A
largo deal in Hawaiian sugar
property wns consummated yes
turlny, when Ilndolph Spreckels
disposed of his ono-hnlf interest
iu the Paatihau plantation to EJ-
ward Pollitz fc Oo.
Ownership in tho remaining
half of the properly is retained by
William G. It win of Honolulu
and San Francisco, but it will be
managed by a compnny which
will bo incorporated in California
today with a capital stock of
It is estimated that the pltn'ti
tiou will produce 11,000 tons of
sugar this year with net profits of
i'fuO.OUO. Tho Paauhnu is in ex
cellent condition and is consider
ed one of tho choice sugar pro
perties on the island of Hawaii.
Tho owners nuuotiuco their inton
tiou of immediately paying 30
cents dividend on each share of
th capital stock.
It was learned that tho prico
pi id Iludolph Sprockets for his
iinlf interoat in the Paauhau sugar
plnntn'ion was about $l,0t)0,;00.
Tho proporly comprises 12,000
ncros, under lonBo for twelve yenrs
with privilege of extension, from
Sarauql Parker and William G.
Irwin. Yesterday ovory share of
the stock in tho hands of Edward
Pollitz & C. for disposal was sold,
at prices ranging fiom $35 to $40,
and Into in tho nf'omoou 15 was
bid for it on the street.
m m m
HOME RULE FOR HILO
Hilo was civen a mcasuro of
home rulo by the Executive Coun
cil this morning. Tho Road Board
of Hilo was authorized to draw up
on the balances, iu both tho cur
rent and loan funds, of appropria
tions for the district. This author
ization includes both ordinary
road' expenditures, and those for
the widening uud extension of
streets in tho town of Hilo.
The Bond Board is rea aired to
take steps to (ix tho ollicinl grade
of the upper part of Waianuonuo
etreot. It is also dosirod to luivo
plans prepared for tho extension
of Front street to Wuiukea, also
for street widening ami extension
The Council considered land
matters, and paid bouio ntteution
to tho wharf question.
Letters from Juttico Erear,
member of tho Hawaiian Com
mission in Washington, were read.
Thoy indicated an increased pro-
nnuuiiy tor mo uouung oc nn ex
tra session of Congress. There
were strong indications, also, that
there would be no attempt to im
peso discrimination against Ha
waii in tariff matters.
Mukci Mwty An Ailmlinl.
WaHbingtou, February 13. In
the Senate today Hale, ohairmau
of the Naval Affair Committee,
favorably reported and the Senate
ptssod b bill creating an Admiral
of tho Navy, it b ing intended
that Roar Admiral Dewey should
got the office. Tho bill reads:
"Tho President is h-ioby auth
orized to approve, by selection
and promotion, nn Admiral of the
Navy who shall not be placoii
upon the retired list except upon
hia own applicn ion, aud when
over Biioh otlice shall bn vacated,
by (loath or othorwise, the ollice
shall cease to exist."
ller Invti'lljjntlon On.
Wnshinytou, February 20.
The Miles court of inquiry today
undo- a goid ftart.in its work.
General Mils nut! Bt-verl minor
ofliceiB iu the Ar ny testified, and
whilo thoy generally admitted
that tho ref i iterator beef was
t;ond when fr-'rli, they wore nl
most unauimous in condomniug
tho canned roa-t hof.
Washington, February 2'.
Ethnu Allen fliiuho ck of Mis
souri, ro.-enMv Umird S'atfB Jim
hu'sndor to Itussia, t k lli piv
Huribtd oath aud entered upon his
duties as Searotary of tho Iutoiior
MOTHER DICKENSON DEAD
Harold T. Hayseldon has ro
coived tidings of tho death of his
grandmothor, Mrs. Diekonson,
which happoned at Lahaina nt
3:15 on Saturday morning. She
had been ailing about a wook,
nothing but old ago doing tho
matter. Mrs. Dickenson was one
of tho oldost foreign inhabitants
of those klands. Sho was the
widow of tho late Judge Dicken
coii and came here about 1851.
Tho hto Mrs. John Thomas
Watorhouso waB a sister of her
Mrs. Diekonson leaves six
children aud many graudahildron.
Her children aro Principd Honry
DickeiiBou of tho Lahainn govern
ment school, Mrs. Thomas Hay
seldou, Mrs. L. M. Baldwin and
MifB Bosa Diekeusou all of
Mnui, and Walter aud Frank
Dickenson, reBitiug iu Oregon.
Her age Was 79 yours. She was
greatly bolovod by tho older for
eign residents of the group and
their families, and venerated by
tho native peoplo of Lalutina dis
trict whore she has lived those
forty-soven years. Mother Dick
enson was a typical English lady
of tho old school.
The funernl took place on Sat
urdny afternoon, and was at t uncled
by, practically, everybody iu tho
place. Mrs Dickeut-ou paid a
visit of a year's duro'iou to her
grandson, Mr. Hayseldon, return
ing to Lahaina last July.
PACIFIC H H. MM! US.
Ilnnllnntmi Conltrmt llrjiiirt of Their
New York, February 14.
Collis P. Huntington, president
of the Pacific Majl Steamship
Company, confirmed today tho
report that two steamships for it
service nro to be built by the
Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company. Each is to
cost $1,750,000 and is to be 550
feet lung, G3 feot beam aud of
liJ.UUO tons, ilie vospolfl are in
tended for Pacific passougor,
freight and mail service.
HAh'KKI. I.ISAVKS APIA.
Washington, February 14.
President Uaffol of tho Muucipal
Council of Apia, has loft Samoa
for Germany. S-cretary Hay has
been officially advised of his de
parture. "Dainty Elegant."
The World over the Sterling Is spoken
of as "dainty elegant", the Frenchman
says it is "elegante, dellcada" the Italian,
"bella grazlosa" the German, "nledllch,
zlerllch", the Hollander,"slerlljh,,,andthe
Chinaman, says It Is "allee sammee likee
A skillfully designed wheel Is not only
a useful object, it is also an aesthetic
creation. Have you ever thought hnw
greatly the rider's appearance Is enhansed
by a bicycle of graceful lines? The most
accomplished equestrian mounted on a
hack horse presents a sorry plight, but
let him bestride a thorough bred how great
the change! The Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co.
have 50 of those"dalnty elegant" new
99 model Sterling bicycles In transit, due
to arrive on the Monna.
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
PflMHfl llPUVflPA h Ml
l UUlllU llUJlUIIUilU uui
" HOT stuff:
We all like our meals hot.
Nothing lukewarm will do.
Nothing half baked "done to a
turn", Is the right thing. 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 boys
smack their lips over our line
AND THE 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 50c.
2 for 25c.
You miss an opportunity if you
don't hook on to some of
9 Hotel Street : : Waydlcy BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Delmol's I.lnen-Mesb
Underwear. Rpuil for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophiino No (I7il.
310 Fort Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the following popular
authors : Grjnt Allen Slenklewlcz
Hall Calne Captain Charles King
A. Dumas A. C. Gunter Georgle Shel
donMrs. Southworth Beatrice Harraden
Albert Ross Ople Read W. Clark
Russell Charlotte M. Braeme May
Agnes Fleming Robert Louis Stevrnon
Marie Corelll St. George R.ithborn and
many others whom space forbids quoting.
These are all In'paper bindings, and retail
ior2;cand 50c e.icn.
BfflrNew light-weight Stationery for
BSrHawallan SHU Flags, Ukuleles, and
Tarn-patch Guitars; Curios; and THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALEN
DAR! BSTLow 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 arti :Ies in Housefurnish-
ing Goods, including Crockery
Call and inspect.
You may see something you
AH goods marked in plain
Second floor ; take elevator.
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
Von Holt Block, King street.
BfflrSole Agents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves. '
Reiwikku and Locksmith.
KriIih.Uos 011 OrunmoiiUI Iron nuil ItrUKs
Work, Hrnn.o ICIoctro 1'Jiitlug.
Illoyclo ltopntrlug In all Its Jtrnnchos.
Union 8troit (IMI Tower).
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St.,opp.Ciistle&Coolc
St'ktly new iSu8 Cleeln4 lllcycles (or Rent,
Secondhand Ulcyclt lot hale.
Uepnltlnc promptly onJ tliuroujlily atlenJeJ to.
All wurlt cuaranteej.
Notice to Book Readers I
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
'Tho People's Provldi'rw.
?&S 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. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tins Peoplu's JProvitlers.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAYIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One or
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
or syuney, n. a. w., dui
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. I,
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Toloplume SAG. Lovo Building, 5:M-53G Tort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
VonHolt IHloclc, lvingr ftjt
Pure Drujis and Chemicals.
Perfumery, Toilet Artlclen, Druggist Sundries.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, 10
Inch suction, 8-Inch discharge, with
Westlnghouse engine complete.
One centrifugal pump, 8-lnuh suction,
6-Inch discharge, with Westlnghouse
One centrifugal pump, G-lnch suc
tion, 4-Inch discharge.
One Blake pump, 3-inch suction, 2
For particulars apply to
ii52-tf J. A. DOWSETT.
P. N. OTEEMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET, HONOLULU, II. I
jnj floor Honolulu Planlnc Mill. m
Guitars Uku leles,
TAKO l'ATOU 1'IDDMJS.
Workmanship ri Material Guaranteed. Repalrlnc
1130 :: No. 21l)i,; KINO ST.
One Hundred Animals,
POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons-
Bulls for Sale!
A limited number of young grade
Devon, Durham and Holstein Bulls.
Tiie sires of these Bulls are thor
oughbred, pedigreed stock, from the
well-known Oakland Park Stock
Farm, and La Siesta (F. H. Burke)
Ranch herds. For further particu
Or C. BREWER & CO.,
Meeting -Notice. m
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Inter-Mand Steam Navigation Com
pany, Ltd., will be held at the office ot the
Company, on Tuesday, March 7th, 189'),
at loo'cloclc'A. M.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, irtyj. 1 143-tMO