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EVFNING BCLLETJK: HONOLULU, H. I., MAKOH 3, 1899.
Pabllthed Everv Day. eeH Sunday, at o Klne
atreet, Honolulu II. 1., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARHINOTON rii. FlHS
DAN1FI If!' Cltv Mo-
IN Till'. INTJCUISHTS Of HAWAII
Per month, nyhcre In llaalln Island.. J .?5
Pet year, rotpalJ,to Amerlct.CanaJa orMexIco 10 c
Per year, postpaid. th'r 'orelE" countries .. . oo
JTPijabte Invariably In advance.
BminMO(hie !i '. Ultorlal ftqom. 101''
Piutoffice Box. 404.
'FRIDAY, MAltCH 3. 1899.
Grovor Olevelnml ncniu in poll -ticB.
Evidently lio oujoys Wnter-
, . -
About tilt only tliiiiR iu Hnwnii
nt'it keeping timo to Hip quii'l: Mp
of American progress is the Gov-
.. Aquinhlilo is finding by end rs
jjcrienee tlmt tlie tleeping engle
bo line beou throwing stones nt ic
something moro tlnngoroua than a
Now w'ut will the Unvvnii-ui
ofiicinl do about bt Spplember
olectinn ? Which constitution
will hold nwiiy, ho Unwniinn,
Araericnu or n combiuatiou of
, both ?
Tim nfl'nir nt Bunion biilo fnir to
TPsnlt. in the vritlidrnwnl of nil
ndlpinlB bn look rmrt in the Isi'o
troublfs nnd poPMlily tbo selection
of n now king tlmt will euit nil the
It linn oftpn been snid thnt
Spenker Herd is too big n mnn to
over bo n President, nnd it cer
tainly will not holp him nny to
put his stumbling blocks of power
in the pnibwnv of the. picsnt
popular McKinley administration.
The propoHilion to hnvo n local
Bo-uiilup lino betweun portB of
t' o NnrthweBt nnd Honolulu con-
t tiled by locnl capital id one that
,o iii lit to bo readily accepted
nmouL! businessmen, 'luoconteis
of trade in Washington nnd Ore
gon should brt and can be made
most prolitablo market coolers for
the products of Hnwnii. "With
our local conditions established
under benoiicfnt Amerioau rule
certainly Ilawnii should not be
slow iu seeking now markets for
its tropical products. Further
moro in tho development of the
ocean transportation of the Paci
fic, thoro is no reason why the
locnl capitnlists of Hawaii should
not tako n hand nnd placo thoir
on BtcauiBuipR as well as their
sniling veBsols in tho trndo between
tho islands and the const.
At the present timo, tho Oceanic
Gotnpnny gives first clnss local
transportntion facilities with the
rnilrond center of Onlifornin, but
we hnvo oulv indirect connection
with tho avenues of trnde nnd
trnvol in tho nrent Northwest. It
is n commercial field thnt can Bup-
ply Dnwnii'a neods aud ono in
which our produco should fiud a
ready nnd profitable snlo. Nearly
nil tho( newly projected etearaship
lines of the Pacific figure on Ha
waii as a cnlling placo, n secondn
ry proposition that mny be con
sideied in tho trndo with tho east.
The local capitalists can do a great
deal toward developing trade in
Hawaii by making it a tormiual
point, by providing transportation
lines iu which tho interests of
Hawaii Bhnll bo paramount.
The timo is not far distant when
tho transportation facilities of the
island of' Hnwnii and probably
Mnni will bo proporly developed
nud biing thoasnuds of acres of
tb polico wero present in over
whelming fnrco fully detorraiucd
to nip in ine uuu iuu uidi nigu ui
Mt m'nnn ilir nlnrmv dnvs when
Ooustnns killod boulnugisra hnB
there boen n thorough uud irre;
sisliblo displny of police, backed
by n military torce auu uirecieu
by such n masterly hand. Prcsi-
,!.... 1 .nnlint'a iirmnpnn nnil COlir
ngo nro universally commended.
Tho new polico regulations en
forced today and tonight wore
efisoulinlly his own personal work.
Ho evidently has a firm grasp of
tho handlo of tho broom.
" HOT STUFF."
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
'ri. Poonle'w jli-oviui'ih.
Wounded at Manlln.
Soraeant Frank N. Turtou of
Go. K.. First California, was
wounded slightly in tho forehead
in tho latest roportod fighting at
Manila. Hia brotuer Harry ie a
or.rnf.nnt in Co. F. of tile BOtnO
rpgimont. These boyB nro Ha
waiiaiiB born anu orou, ueiug
nonhows of Mrs. John A. Hae-
singer aud Mrs. Geo. J. lloss of
Honolulu. Their friends hero
expect to hnvo roports of tho fight
ing direct from therasolvou by tho
first mail from Alnuilii.
We all like our meals hot.
Nothing lukewarm will Jo.
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
liow to design It.
Myl How the men and boys
smack their lips over our line
ANDTHE PRICES ARE JUS T
CHEER UPON CHEER FOL
LOWS. The announcement of our
special sale of neckwear, hand
kerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs.
75c ties down to soc.
2 for 25c.
You miss an opportunity If you
don't hook on to some Qf
rM& Will shbw this week.
come recent imoortations ot
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
9 Hotel Street
: Waverley Blocl
gent tor Dr. Delmol'a Llneu-Mesh
Underwear. 80ml for Catalogue.
- (iuu t j . .-
Rnnntnr VnrnWr wIioho term of lnnd. now idle for want of cheap
ofiicodops notespiio till 1VJ0I1 is transportation, into cultivation for
now at work to secure his reelec
tion. Soino of the wise men of
Hnwnii onpht to notify tho Sena
tor thnt he iB n baso nnd selfish
politician because he seeks the
honor of nflico five jears hence.
Tho wisdom of asking for Byron
O. Clark's resignation will be
proved only by additional nctivity
and progress in tho Agricultuinl
dopartmout of tho Government.
Tt in imp. thnt Mr. Clark has had
no more outside irons in tho fire
than many of his governmout offi
The crisis caused by tho death
of .President Fauro was hnudled
bo quickly, quietly and positively
that tho aspirants for tho throne
of rotorning Monarchy nro just be
cinuiutr to wake up to the fact thnt
something ha's hippened. The
downfall of tho Frouoh llepnblio
will bo a lo"i timo coming.
It is indeed n wise proposition
to bavo B. F. Dillingham as ad
visory counsel for the Hawaii
railroid development Mr. Dil
lingham has hud exporiencn in
bridging ohnsms of finnucial
doubt, prejudice, and indifforonce
that gives him n woll enrued
Btanding as n first chss engineor
Popo Lft-o's lettor to Cardinal
Gibbons i'b simply a reaBsertion
of the Roman (Jutholio touet tlmt
tho Church is ono, inseparable
and unchangeable. If thi- lmter
is intended to check tho progress
of "liberalism" among tho O-ilho
lies of tho United States, it will
only servo ao a temporary cheek
at befit. Tho iudopndouce of
thought in all religious fuit's
goes hand in hnnd with the "li
bernliarnrt" of governmcnlal lawn
and custom-. The Catholics and
Protestants of today nro more
liberal than the C it holies -qud
Proteflnut' of the iniddlo ages,
and tho Hpir t of personal inde
peudtneo m d libi-rality is htendi y
accompli hiug tho suuin pitniivc,
progrtssivt losilts truhty that it
did in tho former conturiou.
coffee, bananas, sujiar aud tropical
fiui's. In theso days ot i-Iiaip
competition and rapid transit
in other oarts of tho world,
tho people of this torritory cannot
afford to fail to mako themselves
known positively nnd actively
kuown, in tho gront Auooricnu
centers of tho Pacific CoaBt.
FAURE FUNERAL PAGEANT
Principal llimn of HinliifM Triinclfil
by I lie Ilonril Yfirily.
At n meoliug of tho CommiE
aioners of Public Instruction yes
terday nfternoon wero preeout:
Minister Cooper, Prof. Alexnuder,
Mrs. Jordan, Mr. Ilopkius and
Salaries of ono or two toachers
irurn finhHOll linotl.
"I (-, .,, . ;l
Armstrong omiiu, priuuipiu,
nnd tho entire ttnff of Fort street
school wub nssigned to the new
Palama school, with tho ndditiou
of Carrio Howlaud, Kato Phillips,
May Jjftugulin anu Airs, juuu jj.
Borger. Tho sohool agent and the
principal wero authorized to eu
gngo Mibs lof epliine Woros ns in
structor in wool carving iu tho
An oxohnnge ef places was auth
orized betweou Blnucho Allen uud
Nettie doB HeiB on Maui.
A land exchange with J. lv Jlolt
Jr. was reported by the Miuistor.
Bequests of tenchors for trans
fers, oto , were roferred to the ap
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
H. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho People's Providers.
Mm to M total
New York, Fob. A dispntch to
the Tribune from Pane, says:
Perfect order, even reverence,
raarkod the passage of Felix
Faure's funeral procession, not
only along tho placo do la Con
eoido aud the faBhionnblo thor
oughfares, but especially in tho
turbulent district skirting Bollo-
villo and extending from tho Bou
lovard Sebastopol to Pore la
Chaise cemetery. President Xiou
bet in plaiu evening dress, with
tho broad ribbon of the Legion of
Tmwtr urn! wnnrinrr u nilk lint. lit.
tmdod by tho prirao minister, the
1'resKtout 01 ine ouamoer nnu ine
vice-president of tho Senate,
walked behind tho hearse from
tho Elyeo Palaco to Notre Dttuio
and thonco to Pero la Ohaisp, n
distance of fivo and a half miles.
At no point in tuiB long route
was there a solitary dorisivo shout
It was tho most imposing sight
ston in Paris in many years.
A prominent Parisian llorist es
tiniHtes tUnt the cost of tholloworn
in the cortogo exceeded 3,000,000
A flnr Hin ll'rnnnli ti'i-nnlnrH. tho
flags which wero tho most numer
ous nnd conspicuous wero those of
Russia nnd tho United Slates.
Seldom Imvo bo ranuy American
flags been displayed in laris and
Ht'hlom, indtod, on a such a pub
lic occasion have so few JJritioh
M ,ru lipnn t nun.
Another fenturo of tho pngoant
widtly commented on, was tho
prt-emiuniico nccorded Jo tho
mauiotraturo aud judiciary not
mil. of tho court of Oa"sation,
but from tho tribuuals of Paric,
Loiib, iMmseillep aud other cities,
hII of whuiii woro rofplendent in
tlit long llnving bcnrlct robes,
with broiil hnudB of ormino.
Sixtv thomand troops were
masBt'd in and around Paris and
Oratorio on th !ilif.
Wrny Taylor has decided to
havo tho Oratorio music on tho
evening of tho 21et inst. Tho
Amateur orchestra, twenty four
strong, met iu Rnuinnkapili
church last nigut onci reuoarBeu
OrAnrin music. The church
mentioned is to be tho recipient ot
tho nroceotls from tuo propoBou
310 Fort Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the followinc popular
authors: Grant Allen Slenhlewlcz
Hall Calne OipUln Charles Klne
A. Dumas A. C. Gunter Georc e Shel
donMrs. Southworth Beatrice Harrnden
Albert Ross Ople Read W. Clark
Russell Charlotte M. Braeme May
Aenes Flemlns Robert Louis Stevenon
Mnrl. nnrMll U. CiMTve Ratliboin and
many oiners wnom spate luiuiua quumiK.
I liese are an in paper uiimin, auu nun
for 25c and 50c eich.
C-Nesv UclU-welglit Stationery for
COyiiawallan SIIK i-wrs, uKuieies, anu
Taro-patch Guitars; Curios; and THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN SCENIC CALEN
DAR I , , , ul , .
ikSv-I nw nrlrf. des nible coods. and
courteous treatment always at
J. M. WEBB.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
' THEO. H. MVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One op One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared b;
t JOHN POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeon
Svdnev. N. S. W., but
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,
The World over the Sterling Is spoken
of as "dainty elegant", the Frenchman
says It Is "elegante, dellcaJa" the ha an,
"bella grazlosa" the German, "nlcdllch,
lerllcl?', the Hollander,"slerl!jh",nndthe
Chinaman, wys It Is "allee s.mniee likee
A skillfully deslgneJ wheel Is not only
a useful object, it is also an aesthetic
creation. Have you eer thought how
..li.. Il. rl.lor'c nnrwircnrp U enlianSCU
by a bicycle of graceful lines? The most
accomplished equestrian mounted on a
let'hlm bestride a thorough bred how great
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains there in
many articles in Housefurnish-
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
have 50 of those"dalnty
m moael Sterling uicycies
to arrive on the Moana.
In transit, due
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the sci filiations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of using these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if ,
not supplied with
ing Goods, including Crockery
Call and inspect.
You may see something you
All goods marked in plain
Second floor ; take elevator.
City Furniture Store,
Tolophono 810. Lovo Building, GJUr-WJU jfort at.
7W. W, Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt niock, King street.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW BRUG STORE !
Vonllolt TJloclt, ICing fcst.
Pure Drugs nntl Chemicals.
Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Dru&Jlst Sundries.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
CfitTSole Agents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Guroey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus OH Stoves.
R-ni'AiitKH and Locksmith.
J. T. LUND,
Estimates onOrnamontUIron nnil Urnss
Vorlc. llrnno Kloctro riathiR.
nioyclo RorwlrliiB in nil its Uranclios.
Onion Stroot (Bell Tower).
ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, 10
Inch suction, 8-Inch discharge, with
Westlnghouse engine complete.
One centrifugal pump, 8-inih suction,
6-Inch discharge, with Westlnghouse
.... , .l-U ,1.
une cemriiucai i)uni), u-hh.ii .
tlon, 4-Inch discharge.
One Blake pump, 3-lnch suction, 2
For particulars apply to
ii52-tf J. M. DOWSETT.
Pacific Hvdwan Co,, Ltd.,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp.Cnstlc&Cooltc
S' M'v new 188 Clfvtland lllcyclcs lor Rent,
buur.J-hanJ liki.ltoi wlo
Uepalilng r'oP'ly "J tliorouehly attended to.
inj-tm K. CLARK.
P. N. OTREMB A,
Wood Carving and Policing.
Lessons Given In
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. HONOLULU. II. I
and door Honolulu Planlnc Mill. w
TAiio patch rinni.ny.
BQTIf n mitllolent numliBr of pationtB
nro guurantfod.oiir mMihtuni jihjhlclftn
will uo to Honolulu nnd trtut iham ot
homo. Tu,Tli,9at :
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run Liinii.win 11 WLiiiit tin iuu 1.U1111"
Workmantlilp and Material Guarantcea. Repftlrlnc j ,ncrcuint3 w0 advcrtibe li
1130 No. 210 KINO ST. The Bulletin.
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