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THE EVENING BrLLHTINs HONOLULU, B. I., MAEOH 1, 1899.
fjbllibeJ Every Day, except Sunday, t no Klnfc
itreet. Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W, R. FARRINOTON Editor
DAMISL LLKiAN Cltvfcdltor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian lsland....S .75
Per year " " " Sou
Pery'r,potpali,to America, Canal oiMexlco.10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries lj oo
aYaT'PavaWt InvrtrlaMv In a Ivane.
Business Ofnce !t50. EJItorlal Rooms, 100.
Postoffic Tiox, 404,
WEDNESDAY, MAIL 1, 1899.
With thu commerce o th Pnci
fio inskiuu buoIi rapid Btrideo,
llioro is ti reason why tin ochiiu
steamship lino huckol by loci!
ctpiUI should not ttctivo favor
The Riuttorinl ltnllotk in tlie
Ca'ifoinia nnd lVniit-y viicin lou
is'iiMirca would iudirnte Hint llio
peo lo of llii'sn Stales baliovo n
gool United State Srfuntor ib
eoiuotLiuy simitar to n h od Indi
an. Tim rpp hi of iigriuul tnr.il con
ditions in Porto Hien nihdo by 111?
ep-cinl AmoricHU Coniinirviom r
fa not such its ' i l" r the Iliwai
ian market. Tlit nituMlion will of
couro rnpidly change when Ani-
anciun fg't hold of the Pnilo
Ri itii'plmitiitioiiH, but Iluwhii it
tro'liciently fur nheml iu modern
p gross to hnve nn ndnntanH
thiit will n"t ln speedily ovei come
Admiral Schley replying to
statements made regarding hi
notion when the SpamVh fleet wa
fbaud iu Snnttago harbor any
tlui be obey id orders and hm no
d. (Terence with Admiral Samps n
cr,eribe division of glory. The
navy is piving tho urmy a good
1oho i in ilisoipliuo and the poll
tioiiuiB have lost the opportunity
(o mnke political capital out of
ThnconfUbirc rps of Honolulu
loses a highly rewpecied and cap-i-ble
member with tho depaiture of
M mis. YtiBtion. Hawaii ban
trlways been fortunate as regards
Hie representative Btatioued hero
by the Trench Republic, and cer
tdiuly iMous. Voinr-ion will be
long and favorably rpmembered
in tho literary and social circles
of tho city, while tlnsa who have
ha I dealings in the affairs of dip
lomaoy speak in hibest terms of
Lis capacity. During n critical
period in Hawxiiau and American
history Mniis. Voism'orj has uphold
the dignity of his nation iu a
manner that cannot fail to .win
bim special recognition fro:n tho
It now booms a reasonable
probability that President Mo
Kiuley will make a trip to tho
wc-bt-rn c m-t du-iug the coming
immin-tr. While it may bo sni-1
tb at ho would n it think of con
Cinuiug his trip to these inland a
dm r-ainu time it will do no harm
fur tlm people hero t exteu t Ih
invitation. It U o rtaiuly douli'
ful whoth r the President w 11
d mo if li in not usked. Oiliror
ii'u bis lie. ii h- king Presidoutid
visit irs f r ytftrs mid now ha
rn Kun to beli-vo itn h ip-s will be
reilzd. Ifuxuii will uot ac
Co upli li any h nn to b eer'y in
lie liel I in extei diuu a linui.oiiH
i'lvitrtii in tu thu Pitsi lent of the
THIS PHISUIHM-'S hPlcicnr.
Tr eidnut Mc KihIcj'b ppeeh nt
(1m b'inij i t of the II niio Mik t
C nli M li 'Htou fin uli I lie wiid n
i j llt is of y dil Hlill lt geniH i f
liitni'B priiii'ip'e lunula the eh Id
reu of ihii tihli n uliotte cliliTH me
11 -v ileinliug tloi liitn to the
d Hpiim.-iiieiii if Am ritmi ii te
(4i-t. The Po id nl has bei u
u euiid uit'i rbif ing Mid Blllll
iuB, of wilLdiiiuing f.utu tlo
public- utturrtuccs mmlo duriug
hi" western (our. If tborc is tiny
ovidenco of tin's in his Boston
speech certainly t,ho onomioa of
tbo republic art) the only oucs
who can only by misrepresent!!
tion rend in it any linos of
When duty calls, it is not tbo
part of the American people to
sook to step aside or pload in
cuupteuco. Tbo fathers of the
nation did not do it, why should
tlm present gouoratiou fear to
meet the duty of the hoar in ex
tending tbo blessings of liberty
nuil freodorn of thought and action
to other peoples whether tboy be
iu the tropics or within the con
finis of the American continent.
The President well Bays, "The
prophet of evil would do nothing
beonun ho IliuehoB at sacrifice
and effort, and to do nothing is
OAHiest nnd involves tho least
cost." It was tho prophet of evil
that nngxd the progrefsivo foot
steps of tho nation in its curliest
tlnje; the prophet of evil who
feared the ro-tultn of liberating
the people of tho South; it is now
tho pr plot of evil who cries out
Hgaiust Americans assuming their
duiy in tbo former Spanish pon-
-ptBi(ns, because it menus serious
i bought and cartful at tion.
W'OIirllY HAWAIIAN tiltARlTV,
Tho Hawaiian Relief Society
waq inetitutoJ In IS'Jj duriug the
cholera time for the purpose of
providing and caring for the Ha
waiimiB Buffering therefrom.
Thereafter tho society turned its
attontiou to taking care of tho
At ttm time of tho flooding of
the Nnunnu stream the society
clothed and fed over 300 floo.l
At tho present time tboro ora
folly poor uo'dy HtwaiiatiB boing
taken care of by the Boeiely, ton
b int; men too okl or disabled by
accident to woik, tbo rest boiuK
woiuou nnd children.
The rocioly is in need of funds.
Eii'-tortd of ai-king for donations as
heretofore and which havealwajB
It en cenerou, n luau will bo
given at the Kapioltni Matornily
tinrae grouuuo on oaturday Mir.
4th to ra'sa funds with which to
uany on the work.
rirHUh Amrrlcnn Line.
Watcrhouse & Oo., agents of
the British Amorican Lino, bavo
received nothing new in their cor
respondence regarding future
op ration of tbo service. As the
Garonne was detained outside to
await tbo allotment of n horth, tho
ngeu'B bad not at noon even Lnd
a conference with the captain.
Mr. Watorhouso, nremdout of tho
steamship concern, was to leave
London on the loth inst. for New
Yoik, and until bo arrived over of
course nothing could be ascertain
ed as to what he might have done
ow ml developing tbo interests of
Itrlra'rd from Jail.
Peter Flench, onvicted Novem
ber 9, 1897, on tbo charge of im
pirting opium and sentenced to
three month imprisonment nt
hnrd labor and to pav a fiuo of
5UI) with $1.50 unstf. b is been re-
1 ni-ed mi the p mr man's act and
no is now at liberty. He appealed
b-fore Judge Wilcox this fore
no hi. Woie bo to workout ilm
wholo fine, be uoul I bo in ja 1
ii t I August G. 190 1. P, ter
I'iench wm at one time on the
M. D. Moiidiirat. tlm Biirvevor.
ib now at work Hiding out the
mount of laud that is left in
Nunanii Cometery. A g'auce at
the map of the place shows tlmt
'b re are ni t veiy many lot- left
ad Hint the hint parts of the
u mi t. ry me nil taken up.
In uniei to make more mom in
be bo t pnrtH of tin c metery, it
liaH Imhi roosol i hat aveuues,
iiiiiieeer-paiy tu entuiiice to the
van' Hi lots, lie clo-etl and that
tlm Inn, I ne ma in lulu oilier lot.
Parties haviiiu' foreign news
piiifiH iu t lie (r-Tiiiftn a d Scantl
umvimii mill other lnoiu get nul
w liiiK 1 1 donate won d confer a
liivnr by hi nil in the 'aiin- tu the
S hiihii' Oluti or notify ihe mau
ayer whoru to call.
Pit I lit POOH CAMPAIGN.
Hpcln1 .llvrtlnir of lloitril of Health on
Pooil lnapctora Hrport.
At n special meeting of the
Board of Henlth yesterday Arthur
Jnhnttono, food inspector, was
present to givo any desired infor
mal ou regarding his work, upon
which a report for the past month
was nt tho same tunc considered.
Tbo extent to which Honolulu
people were shown to be s sterna
tically swindled in dietio articles
was startling. There aro threo
erado of oleomargarine Ono of
those returns a profit of 3.0 per
cent to tho dealer.
M ilk, or whitish liquid so-called,
is supplied with ns high aa for'y
per cent of water. Coffee linn
been discover d iu tbo pioportiou
of ton to ninety of some lioijus
mixture Only one out of n dozen
brands of cocoa was found genu
ine. Canned sausages are sold which
the inspector pronounces simply
Dr. Saso, Japinose, was reccora-mend-d
fur a liuenso to praotise
Tbo Hoard nccep'od tbo resigna
tion T. E. Lanmng with rogrot.
To Adrancti (lin Uvinoorxcx.
Wnshinutou, Eeb. 21. Chair
man Jones, of the Democratic
National Commit'oe haBappoiutod
nn advi ory committee lo tin
National Campaign Commitbe,
the object boiU) to ndvauee the
iutir bib of the Demouratic Com
mittoe along the lines of tho na
tional platform. The committon
of which Mr. Jnues, himself, ns a
mem'ior, inel ido Hiophin M.
Wlntoof Orilifuruit, D J. Cani
pau of Michigan, Norman Mark
of New York, Joliu P. Altgeld o
llliii'i. Georurt Fred. Williams
of Ma-sachiiHetti The head
quaitera will bo in Washington.
Alilr Jiirl.l llrllrra,
Loniville. Ky Frb. 21. After
a service of nearly twmty jeni6
on tho bench f tbo Unilxl Sttten
Court of Kentucky, Judgp John
W. Barr bus nuuounced that be
has tei dered hi reniunatiou b
I'rfinident McKiuley 911 account ol
ill-ieallb hiitl advancieg jearn.
Judgo Unrr was appoiuted by
PriBident Hayes iu 1880 and has
a hi o'bss r o nil. Ho will retire
on full pay of 5000 per annum,
having pant-ed the r quired period.
m m m
The World over the Sterling U spoken
of as "dainty elegant", the Frenchman
sjys it Is "eleginte, ilellcada" the Italian,
"Delia crazios.i" me uerman, "nieJiicn,
zlerlldi5', the HollanJer,"slerlljli",andthe
Chinaman, says It Is "allee sammee llkee
A sklllfullv designed wheel is not onlv
a useful object, it is also an aesthetic
creation. Have you ever thought how
reatiy tlie rider's appe.inmce is eniiansed
y a blcvcle of craceful lines? The most
accomplished equestrian mounted on a
nacK norse presents a sorry plight, but
let him bestride a thorough bred how ereat
thechangel The Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co.
have 50 of thte'Malntv elegant" new
og model Sterling bicycles In transit, due
to arrive on the Moana.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
wtM as nothing
to the scintillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake ft using thoe
Knives. At all events,
the lab irers
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
i Hardware Co., Lid.
Fort St rent.
Subscribers to the BUL
LET lb) not receiving their pa
fes promptly will confer a
favor by uotifvuig the 'Dusi-
1iess OQice, Telephone 2jb.
" 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.
IV. ties down to 50c.
2 for 25c.
You miss an opportunity If you
don't hook on to some of
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrlCy BlOCl
frents for Dr. Delmel's Ltnen-Mesb
Uutlerwear. Renil fnr Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tnloplinno No 07fl.
Nutico io Book Readers !
310 Fort Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS hy the following popular
authors : Grant Allen Slenklewlcz
Hall Caine Captain Charles King
A. Dum is A. C. Gunter Georgle Shel
don Mrs. Southwnrth Beatrice Harraden
Albert Ross Ople Read W. Clark
Russell Charlotte M. Braeme May
Agnes Fleming Robert Louis Stevrnon
Marie Corelll St. George Rathbom and
many others whom space forbids quoting.
I hcMe are all In paper bindings, and retail
for 2SC and 50c e ich.
CfijrNew light-weight Stationery for
Sr Hawaiian Silk Flags, Ukuleles, and
Taro-patch Guitars; Curios; and THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALEN
BfiyLow 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 :les in HomefurnNh
inp; Goods, including Crockery
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.
BSTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanjble Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
lllU'AIKKK AND LOCKSMITH.
J. T. LUND,
KstlinntosnnOrniimoutillroii nii'l llrush
Work. llnmH Kloetro l'mtlng
nioyilo ltuiiiirlng In all ltd HnuicIiok,
Union Slro"t (K P TWr),
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 UethelSt.,oni.Cii8tlc & Cooke
Strictly new iB.,8 ClfflanJ Itlcyclti (or Rent,
Second. lianJ Hlcyclrs for vi'e
llfpaiiliu promptly ani thoroughly nttenJei to.
All work guaranteed.
1115-601 (. CUKK.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie People's I?rovid'rH.
a&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. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
1 lif People's J-i,ivilrs.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAYIES CO., LTD. '
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
IV You Have One or One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
01 ayuney, in. a. w., our
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,
Telephone 81G. Lovo Building, 5H4-530 Fort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
Von II. .It HI ok, Iving- fait
Pure Drugs and Chemicals.
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Urug&tst Sundries.
You are cordially invited tn call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, 10
inih suction, 8-Inch discharge, with
Westlnghouse engine complete.
One centrlfugil pump, 8-im.h suctlmi,
6-Inch dUhirge, with Westlnghouse
One centrifugal pump, 6-Inch suc
tion, 4-inch discharge.
One Bhle pump, vlnch suction, 2
For particulars apply to
J 152-tf J. M. DOWSETT.
P. N. OTEEMBA,
Wood Caivinjf nnd Pulbhing.
Lessons CJIven In
F.incy Wood Cirvlng.
TORT STIII I T, HONOLULU, II I
W'l.l (Iiim, lliin.ilulii I'lanlnr; Mill. II I
TAHO I'A'K'lt nni)i,i:-i.
Workmanship rri Mi'erliKiuaranteed Kep.ilrlnc
a ,pvila tv
11J0 :: Nu. iii KINO 31'.
POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
Way If 11 Kiiiiiitu nt niiintxr f i'itl"iits
nui u'linti t' nl tmr 1 i--.iki , nt iIikiiiIhii
u'llnnio Hun. 1111I11 unit irm ill in at
hmiiii. Tu,Tli,N.a .'
No shop worn j;r,i(N on the coun
ters nl inn chants who advertise in
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