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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MARCH C, 1899.
Published Lvery Diy. except SunJay, at no King
, street, Honolulu, II. 1., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAPANY.
W R TARRINOTON.
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Piistoffice Dot, 404.
MONDAY, MAltOH 0, 18!)!).
Words frrra a feeble medium to
express tlio dt'ptli of heatt-folt
sorrow which tho ilrnth of the
1'riucess Kmulnm brings lo tho
paoplo of Hawaii. Sliuclt do ah
at nliniHt tho thrcubolcl of life,
when hov keen iutollcct, tactful
power and idcnl woumiihood was
doing ond hid fait to still further
a-compliah sncli marked benefit
for her own pioplo ntid for Tuturo
gpneratioiif of Hawaii, the tad
ne8 of the Ik ur could linrdlv bo
more real, inoio poiguant, had the
grim reaper eutorod oveiy house
hold of the toiritory
Now that tht Hfo of thel'iincoHs
liae become a part of histoty tho
first undying feature of that bin
torical detail will be that elio re
presented tho highest typo of
womanhood. Hardly beyond
girlho d in yenrs, die had dm ing
her short life displayed that
Btrergth of character, calm tem
perament and thoughtful, logical
mind which niado her
worthy in every respect
of the high pleco which she
held in the hearts of people, liy
her true hoartcdness, her honesty
of purpose, her constant interest
in tho welfare of her people, she
held a position in tho community
which no political chauges could
belittle, from which no declaration
by any power on earth could dis
Named as successor to the Ha
waiian throne, the past fow years
have been trying ones to tho Prir
cose. Through all tho porioJ of
political evolution, tho utter
thoughtlessness for self and tho
constant thoughtfulnees for her
people have been tho guiding
lights of Princess Kaiulani's
careor. Nominally she letired 16
private life but in fact sho was still
a leader of her puoplo and her dip
lomacy, and common boiibo reason
ing won her honors as marked as
ould have been paid a formally
What Hawaii's losss is also sad
blow to tho peoplo of the United
States who share tho blessings
and the misfortunes of this iusu
lar possession. From the day
Hawaii camo under tho adminis
tration of the United States the
Princess has beou bteadfast in her
cordiality to American officials in
tho army and navy aud her per
Boual interest iu the men who
went to the front to uphold tho
honor of the tuition. In her ac
ceptance of the political situation
and tho marked courtesies to the
official representatives of tho Am
orican nation she has sot an exam
ple for her people and given ovi
denco of a bioador, more liboral
spirit than many of tho officials
who sought American control iu
Present indications aro that
Senator Gorman will succeed in
holding up tho army reorganiza
tion bill and thus forco an extra
session of Congress. As au extra
session is Hawaii's only chance
for legislation its people may bo
forgiven for hoping Gorman may
Tho Nicaragua Canal bill has
boon given another chance for
life at this Bession by leducing
tho appropriation and putting it
in with tho river and harbor
measures. This move is prnutie
ally au assertion that tho United
Htatoa will build tho canal when
it gets tho .votes and money.
In thin Col Macfnrlano's storm?
Admiral Dowoy alwayB bos
something intorcsling on baud.
Now the country is waiting with
bated breath to loam what ho
means by "political reasons" iu
his dispatch uniting for tho Oregon
to hurrj up. Tln first thing that
occurs to the American mind is
that sorao foreign power is show
ing tho mailed hand in Dewoy's
vicinity, but as all tho Powers are
fully awaio that tho Oregon is not
far from Manila, and as the cable
ia open bothat noticoof any inter
national crisis would be promptly
received in Washington, tho moat
rcaBouablo conclusion is that the
commanders iu Manila consider
that the presouce of a big win ship
will he a valuable object leBSou to
the iuauigcuts. Aguinaldo's war
riors are not uuliko children aud
naturally uoetl object lesaons.
PRINCESS KAIULANI DEAD
Continued fiom Pago 1.
Guard of Hawaii. And that fur
ther details of the funeral should
bo ni mimed with due regard to
Minister Damon afterward cnll
ed upon Mr. Cleghorn and ex
pressed tho regrets of tho Presi
dent and tho Cabinet at his loss,
aud communicated to him the
proposals of the Executivo with
referoucu to tho funeral. Mr.
OleRliorn thanked the President
and Council for tho kindly intor
eat that had beon manifested, and
eaid that, on consultation with
fi lends, it had been thought it
host to uavo tho lying in state at
Ainahau on Wednesday, and at
Kawaiahao church on baturdny,
tha funeral to bo held on Sunday
from that church under tho Epis
copal form of servico. This was
tho courso adopted when Queen
Emma was buriod in 1835, aud it
was deemed proper to follow that
It was doairtd that tho Govern
ment should arrnnco tho details
of tho funeral, aud if agroeablo to
tho Provident that Major Potter
should act in tho matter.
Tho body will bo carried from
Kawaiahao church to tho Mauso
leum, its final resting place. Fur
ther details will be arranged foi
t n future time.
T.STATI3 OP KAIULWl
for l'.itlier llm Life lntt-rtt In Her
I.rtle Mtlir'a Lescneles.
Reference to tho will of tho lato
Princess LHceliko shows that all
tho property alio left to her
daughter, tho now lamented
Princess Eaiulani, goes to her
blood relatives subject to hor
father's lifo iutorest. Whatovor
sho may have acquired by invest
ment or hor income goes to her
Father unless, what has not yot
transpired, eho may havo divided
it by will. There was probably
uot much of property absolutely
hors to loavo. Her fathor was
hor busineas agent and built tho
new residenco of Ainahau at a
cost of about SICjOOO. Part of
her cotato was n lifo interest in
tho Bishop estatn, wliioh now re
verts to tho latter eotato. Aina
hau otd such other property as
her mother bequeathed tier for
lifo will now bo the lifo iuteiest
of her father.
no iio.vo issui: inti:nui:i).
I'rornt Condition of tho Trrisury DC.
cliirrtl to lie rtatlaMitory.
Washington, Fobruary 21.
Seoiotary Gngo said today that
thero was no truth whatever in
tho published statumout that an
other bond issuo was iu contem
plation. Ho pointed out that
there is now an available cash
balanco in tho Treasury of ovor
$271,000,000, and although tho
expenditures aro now and for
some tirao aro oxpected to bo in
excess of the receipts, tho Treas
ury situation is not such as to
warrant any approhousion for
tho near future
, i m
Hurry Up I.iiwton.
Colombo (Island of Coylon),
Fobruary 2G, 0:30 a. m. Tho
Unitod States trunsport Grant,
with troops undor tho command
of Major-Gonoral Henry W.
Lawtoti on board, ai rived horo to
day. General Lawton recoived n
cablegram from Major-Goneral
Otis, saying: "Situation critical.
Your oarly arrival necessary."
Iluy ofAMiul la 1'oIIimvpiI liy liny of
Hijjh wind, nt times with the
stress of gales, prevailed all day
Sunday. In tho lowor streots tho
dust was next to intolerable.
Considerable damago was dono to
trees and shrubs.
Nearly all night a regular galo
howled. The tomppst on
shoro sounded like a rouuh
niuht iu tho Molokai chau-
uol on board n stcamor
Smart showers came on beforo
morning, and nearly all day rain
has beon falling in torrents. At
most of the street crossings tho
passago is hardly fordablo.
C.J.Lons, clerk of tho Woather
Bureau, reports seven inches of
rain at Luak'iha, whore tho Nuu
ami reservoirs aro situated.
Andrew Brown, Superintendent
of Water Works, says no serious
floods aro reported from tho val-
loys. "Thero aro no biealcs, lie
savs; "it is just coming down nice
ly." Hlciimpr lliiltrnrln Nift.
Ponta Dtflcada, Eobruary 21.
Tho Hamburg - American line
steamer Bulgaria, Captain
Hnhmidt. from New York, on Janu
ary 28th, for Hamburg, previously
i.i :.. ..i i:.i I... l.
rupuriuu iu leui uimiunn iv iijq
Britiuli tnnk- (tnnmnr Wenlmuken.
800 miles from tlio Azores islands,
entered this port this morning
unuor ner own sroam aim roporieo
all woll on board.
lnilirot CmiMiU lit Honolulu,
Washington, Fobruary 21. The
Navy Department has decided to
award to Campboll it Buckman
tho contract for dredging for tho
new naval station at Honolulu
and to Cotton Brothers tho con
tract for building wharves at tho
samo place. BidB for this work
wero opened at tho doparlmont
Tho body of Princess Kaiulani
will lio in state at Ainahau from
10 to '1 on Wednesday.
Princo Cupid, brother of David,
wont to Hawaii with his wifo last
week, hence win absent at tho
deathbed of his royal cousin.
II Dvsltfii I.jVrrf.Tt.
1 he shipment of 66 Model Sterling Bl-cyclesf-or
the Pacific Cycle Co., due to
irrive on the Moin.t, did not nnterhllze.
They received a sample of the 90 Model
and are assured by the factory that, .it leist,
part of their shipment w ill follow on the
next steamer. 'I lie Simple Is perfect in
every particular. Just who dictates the
style of machine each ear Is a question,
but the arbiter of fashion has decreed that
for the 09 Model the distinctive changes
are larger sprockets and shorter heads.
Elaborate dnamometer tests at Cornell's
University has demonstrated the Fact that
Morse roller-joint chains give a higher
efliclency than other chains on the market.
With an efficiency of ooJS per cent, out of
100. 'I he rear whetl Is brought up to the
seat-post tube to give the right saddle po
sition and also leave the shortest distance
between the crank and reir axles. It Is as
near perfection as Is possible. 1 he Manu
facturers of the Sterllncbow to the goddess
and follow her dictates as far as Is consist-
nt with good mecanichnl construction.
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the schtillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of using; these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
Prisons wishing to obtain board nt
Muknuno, Mnul, can ha pccommndutod
at MILS. H. II. llAIIiHY'S
Torms, $10 perwook. 055-Bin
1 fine Billiard Table with all ap
4 r-'lrst-chss Lots centrally located,
Pfifunp. I imlurfiM. P,n n
1 uvuiu imiuiiuiu jit
Iii53-im G. E. BOARDMAN.
Gentlemen, We're Ready
To supply your wearing apparel needs.
The requirements of every careful and
economical dresser can be met with per
fect satisfaction In our selection of
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats.
There's nothing lacking to make the
line-, complete not a preponderance of
stock, true, but an ample variety that Inr
ciuues tne very latest lasiuons ot the day,
and the products of the best manufactur
ers of this country. Everything brand
new, of positive value, and marked In
plain figures at prices that our low ex
penses allow, and which must prove to be
an attraction to buyers w ho want the best
for the least money. We'd be glad to
have you come In whether you wish to
buy or not.
9 Hotol Street : : WaTCliey BlCCl
AgeutM for Dr. Deimel'a Linen-Meek
Untierwear. Semi for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono Jfo. 070.
aiG Fort Street,
Has just opened up over 1,000 NEW
NOVELS by the following popular
authors : Grant Allen Slenklewlcz
Hill Calne Captain Clnrles King
A. Dumas A. C. Gunter Georgle Shel
don Airs. Southworth Beatrice Harraden
Albert Ross Ople Read W. Clark
Kussell Uiarlotte Ai. Uraeme May
Acnes' I'lemlnc Robert Louis Stevenson
Marie Corelll St. George Rallibom and
many others whom space forbids quoting.
These are all In paper bindings, and retail
for 25c and 50c each.
StSTNew light-weight Stationery for
KiTHawall m blll Hags. UKuleles, and
Taro-patch Guitars; Curios; and THE
ONLY HAWAIIAN bCLNlU CALEN
BQyLow prices, desirable goods, and
courteous treatment always at
J. JVl. WEBB.
We have now instituted this
new department, and you will
always find bargains there in
many articles in Housefurnish
ing 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.
BSrSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
llKPAiiti:it A3fn Locksmith.
J. T. LUND,
Khtlmatos on Ornamental Iron and Brass
Work. IJrono Kloutro I'latlng.
Illoyclo Ropulrlng iu all its Branches.
Union Stroot (Bell Tower).
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel St., opp. CiiHtlc & Cooke
Strictly new 1898 ClevelanJ Dlcjcles lor Rent,
SeconJ-hanJ Uicycles lot sale.
Repairing promptly anJ thoroughly attended to.
All work guaranteed.
1115-om K. CLARK.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho 3?oople'H Pi'ovidei'M.
rrAfe 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.
The People's Providers.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
"5" FLOUR! t
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If You Have One op One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
01 ayiiney, w. a. w., out.
KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Pottle & Sons not only furnish .you Remedies, but tell you HOW TO TREAT
The Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Is
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolopliono SIC. Lovo Building, 5:U-53G J7ort St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE !
Vonllolt Tlloclc, King- Ht.
Pure Drugs and Cltcmicnta.
Pci'Jumery, Toilet Articles, Druggist Sundries.
You are cordially invited to call. :: Prescriptions a Specialty.
ONE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, io
Inch suction, 8-Inch discharge, with
Westinghouse engine complete.
Oae centrifugal pump, 8-IikJi suction,
6-Inch discharge, with Westinghouse
One centrifugal pump, 6-Inch suc
tion, 4-Inch discharge.
One Blake pump, 3-Inch suction, 2
Tor particulars apply to
1152-tf J. M. DOWSETT.
F. N. OTREMBA,
Wood Carving and Polishing.
Lessons Given in
Fancy Wood Carving.
TORT STREET. HONOLULU, II. I
snJ floor Honolulu Planing Mill. 111c
TAItO PATCH ITDM.KS.
Workmanship ani Material Guarantee.!. Repalrlne
1130 :; Xo. SIOKKINO. ST.
POTTIE & SONS, Veterlaary SurReoRS
Honolulu, H. I.
tSflt a sufllclont number, of patients
aro guaranteed, our assistant physician
will goto Honolulu and treat thorn at
homo. Tu,Tli,Sat .
No shop-worn goods on the courv
ter of merchants who adveitiLe in
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