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THE EVENING BPLIjETJIC: HONOLULU, B. I., NABOH 20, 185)9
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BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL UXiAN City EJItor
MONDAY, MA11CU 20, 1899.
Why uot tinmo J. 11. Soper for
Minister .Vf Foreign Affaira ?
The sitnplicily of Coin Hnrvpy
and 1G ttli 1 i'bu'I "iu it" wliou
compared t with tho "finanoiHl
Btudiefi" of; the nfficinl orgnn.
Night dopg not follqw day with
more constant regularity than tho
other papora follow tho lend of the
Bulletin in publishing the uowa
of tho day.
It is rather touh when the
veteran of two wars who has eut
ceoJpd in dodging leaden hai',
should bo Fe-rititisly "douo up" u
a crickt t mnti'li.
Tho Iroquois may bo a lit 1 1
thing, but Inn captain knows b
to make hia boat itidiepensible to
lccnl mitrinc iutort'sts ks woll ai
tho Uuitul Snl- b govemmt'iit.
Then ror'itfu y in ii limit t the
ndvnnca in augur stock vain- f
"Wheu will the limit bo reHrbid r
wliHt is w'orryii'R those wlo
watch the stork braid fifiUiOB.
The otlicial organ has decided
that in the difqut-.-inn of tho Cab
inet crisis it is'itho lime for d if ap
pearing. For 'once in itn career
tho organ has shown itself politi
Herbert Mj rick, the great I am
of tho bert eugH'r industry is in Ca
lifornia booming beets and iuci
dentally coud'mning Hawaii.
Herbort ought to como to Hawaii
and sec wind it ;s 'ik.
The timo U not fur distant whoi.
the automobile carringo will be nn
activo factor iu the rnnid tratifit
problem of Honolulu. High priced
horse foid in doing good work iu
tho lino of up-to-date transporta
It is not surprising that an
open fight is on botween the Pre
sidont aud Speaker Beed. At the
present stage of tho gnuao Mc
Einley has tho unqualified sup
port of tho majority of hid parly
and the propln an well. l
It it is true that coutrnqt Jap
anoso laborers nro bning landed
at ports of the northwest, Hawaii
is not tho only American localih
whoso attention sbould be: called
to tho text "If sinners fyntice
thoe." Thfc chances aro thai gen
ernl auti-Aiatio legislature is not
a far distant proposition
A Hilo correspondent w riles, "I
see by tho Bulletin that wo aro
to bavp a railway out of Hilo. Is
it rf nlly true ?" The fact that thf
Bulletin says b is snlllcient.
Hilo will most certainly havo h
railway if thy Cabinot dia.not
block the procreshive activities of
some of our bent business men.
It now appears that (he friend
ship of Torto Uipaus for tho Am
erican troops h of a decided! t
negative type. TJicle Sin' now
army will iloubtlefs haiof-ufliciont
opportnniiy to dis-iii guinh itsll
duiiug the coining year. Drivinc
out Sp-in is b V play coinpne
with establishing Aineilcan stv
creignty. Condition iu IL new possra
sious c illume t,i h 1I n veiy pro
minent plm'P lieNne the public.
Tho mn-t ton'oiih dov oimiit Is
tho iippi-nrai en of u difoi'i')ii
towant m'lt in Cu1 n ai d I'orlo
Iiioo. Althougli fr-d f'om S'iui
Uh tyriuinj, the mi tui p ant of
opp'iBiti'Mi to ou''(li' stivtreirii'y
lias no' been routed mil.
Comparative qui t uign- in tho
Puilippinor, but now llint Ueuerul
Lnwton hiis nrnvoil tho iurii n
tiouu lire fnvornblu to n gHunrnl
ndvrtueo nil along the Atnericiiu
Hue. Aguiualdo will be nltiicked
in tho unpitol of his struggling
ropublio and before ninny months
ho will be taught that iudepou
denco can bo ginned ouly through
submission to a power iu whose
capacity for coutrol tho nations of
tho world havo confidonco. Tho
poople nutioipate that something
decidotlly positive will drop whon
Lawt u got in tho field.
ATTORNEY GENERAL COOPER.
Continued from Pago 1.
condolence aud sympathy bo ox
tended to tho bereaved family of
the decerned Justice.
Be-olved: That this resolution
bo ppn-Htl upon tho records of the
Supremo Court, and that a copy
be fen warded to tho widow of out
Besotted : That this Honorable
Uouit bo moved that when it ad
journs this day ii adjourns out of
respect to tho memory of iti Ex
M rubor, the Into Houorablo H. A.
) Paxil Neumann,
(Signed) V Alfjied S. Hahtwell,
) Wm Hohace WlUOUT,
A corumittto of the Bar.
Hon. A. S. Hartwell, who hud
been a colleague of Justicrt.'Wido
maun on the bonoh, spoke in li gli
huh nf his ability refernuu'
espetially In his dealing with the
land lawn. M. Hnrtwoll coueluil
hi with sen iments of personal
Mffeciion for tho departed gentle
man. Ho was a roan of largo idea",
(hero was nothing mean about
Hon. W. O. Smith briefly added
his tribute to the public and pri
vato worth of the lamented juiist,
speaking from a long and intimate
On lot Justice Judd said he was
ho i-nceefsor of Justice Widomaun
on tho bench, nud, briefly eulogiz
ing his qualities, made apodal
relerunce to the groat share he
hud taken in developing the ma
terial interests of the couuln.
He ordered tho resolutions spread
ou the roonrds, and announced
that when tho Court adj unied at
12 o'clock noon it would be fur
the day in respect to tho memory
of tho Into Judge Widotnann.
Hon. V. O Smith then moved,
seconded by J.K Kaulia, the rcso
lutio s if respect for the memory
of W. L. Holokahiki, who at
death was the oldest member of
the Hawaiian bar, with the ex
ceptinu of Hon. D. H. Hitchcock.
Both mover and seconder made
appreciative remarks on the char
acter of the departed attornoy.
Mr. Smith laying stress upon his
high respectability and strict
The Chief Justice, with kindly
remarks of his own, mado an
order iu accordance with tho reso
lutions. Chief Justice Judd called atten
tion to the removal of books from
tho Law Library. Members of
tho bar hvl every faaility of con
suiting the books on the promises,
and the vajue of the library wab
much impaired by books being out
A genoral discussion ensued.
Some speakers thought young
and struigliug attorneys would be
at a great disadvantage if not al
lowed to borrow books.
Ultimately Mr. Ballou moved
that the Law Library be strictly
reference and no books bo remov
ed therefrom except for use in tho
courts, which carried on a show
of hands by 36 to G.
The culling of tho calondar was
Would Not Stop Ilia Car.
Whil. Car No. 2, driven by a
Portnguea , wns going toward
Palama in the vicinity of Mnuna
kea atreot 1:55 p. ra Sunday, a
Chinaman hailed it. The driver
p iu no atioiilioii to the would- be
iia-Hnt.or mid drove on. Tho
Chiuaiiiiiu u rasped tho front part
of the car and, running along by
the Hide, tn'ed to jump on. As ho
d d ho ho fell p'urily under the car
and might havo had Ids aim ctusli
od, had ho not drawn it out sudden
l . Much of this kind of work hat-
heen dnn by Portuguese car
drivorh of 1 itc. In this oiiie. the
Iriver wiw en'irely to blame.
The following moonlight band
(oni'irU w II be niven this week;
Tonight at Emma Sipiaie. Tiuu
ilty at 'I lioina- Sqtiaio. Widuun.
day t Mi.Ice Maud, Thursday at
TllAr UIIIMKHIi UrtlMtOAO.
Niitl.ruc'nr.V Trnl'r.lliillnir Mnhl to lie
Itft'icliftl Hllli Urmt llrlmln.
Loudon, March 10. Tho Daily
Ginphic, n-Urtlly woll iiiformrd,
made the following announcement
The Niu Chwang loan contract
crisis has beffu amicably Fettled
by a direct oxchaugo of views bo
tween the British and the ltifsiau
government. The Bussiiui assur
ances nie completely satisfactory.
The wholo dillioulty is muled and
tho two govornmentB are arranging
a schemo by which their rolatioua
in tho Far East may bo perma
The Loudon Times, in its finan
cial article ou February 1st, nn
uouncod that a Chiueso o percent
railroad loan of SI 1,500,1:00 had
been arranged by China with a
British syndicfe, the loan being
specially secured ou tho Chinese
China, it was added, had given
Groat Britain a pledge; tha theBO
railroads would not be alienated
to any foreign power. It is ap
parently against this loan or its
terms that Bussia protested, the
transaction fince becoming; known
oh tho Niu Chwang, or Hon king
loan. Niu Chwar g is tho Chinese
port at tho head of tho Gulf ol
Liao Tung, the port of Muckdou,
capital of Manchuria.
"I'OOIl LITTLE JO."
Klplllltf llrnra r III" Drnth of HI
Now York, March 10. "Mr.
Kipling is still improving," said
Mr. Doubleday toniuht.
Mr. Kipling had tikou some
sweetbreads for supper and had
boen ablo to eat more of solid
food than at any time siuco ho be
Unablo to keep Mr. Kipling iu
iguornnce of the death of hit, fav
orite dniightor, Jobi phiue, tho
uewa was hroken to him tonight
by Dr. Dunham. Th blow waa a
heavy one, but the father bore up
"How long wbb sho ill?" he
Ho was then told as much as
the attondanta thought wise.
Fears stniod in the poet's eyes,
and lie nnmnurol half lo himself,
half aloud, "Poor little Joe." It
was thus ho always called the lit
The dootora believe it was best
o break the uews, as tho worry
and distrust he seerood to have
in all the replies givon to his
queries about the liltlo one would
probably have beou moro harm
ful thau to let him have the truth.
Whit ShkrpPnr Would Hy.
A bicycle Is just what It Is made. A
good one is a pleasure and pride to Its
owner, but if perchance he gets a poor one,
It were better he never had boucht. Be
not the first to take up each new Idea, nor
yet the last to lay the old aside. The
manufacturers of the famous Sterling bicy
cle have always been known for their con
servatism. Every proportion, every de
tail of construction in the Sterling wheel
is the result of most careful study. They
have not adopted any novelty simply be
cause it was a novelty. When they have
become convinced a certain detail was good
they have carefully weighed the matter
before relinquishing It for something un
tried. "One thomeof experience is worth
a whole wllderne.ss of warning". They
have determined to build a wheel of ster
ling qualities, whose reputation, like Cae-
;u a wilt, auvuiu m.awiv juiviutii
bicycle defects quickly become known,
while Its good qualitlesare recognized only
after long use. The Pacific Cycle & M'f'g
Co.. have half a car load of 1800 model
Sterling Mheels In transit. Price for the
highest grade f 60.00.
Th8 Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the sci Uillations
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 Hardware Co., Lid,
To show you our Spring stock of
Mon's and Doys' Clothing.
And If you want to soo tho swollost
lino of coif shirts Just stop around nud
lmvo a look nt the latost production of
tho best shirt irado.
And If you want n stylish crash hat,
como and havo n look nt ours.
9 Hotel Street : : Waierloy BlOC)
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-Mest
Underwear. Send for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tulopliono No 67(1.
Hawaiian Souvenir Badges!
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
aiG Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
In two designs and colors : Pink
and Green. Sets of 56 pieces,
9.90 and $10.65.
Sold also in quantities to suit the
These goods are worth your in
Von Hott Block, King street,
afirSole Acents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
TAItO PATCH FIDDLES.
Workmanship and Material Guaranteed, Repairing
11R0 :: Nn. ynij KINO ST.
Jose ilc Ospirito Us,
Corner King and Alakea Sti., Ilono.ulu.
Gruitm-H : 1 Hziileles,
TARO PATCH riDDLES.
Workmanship and matetlal cuaranteed. Repairing
1 Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 FiM-class Lots centrally located.
11153-ini, G. E. BOARDMAN.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
rrii People's Providii'H.
Spring and Easter Millinery!
4 FIRST GRAND DISPLAYS
& W I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
1 AND THURSDAY : : : :
PATTERN HATS FROM PARIS,
PATTERN HATS FROM LONDON
PATTERN HATS FROM NEW YORK
The Newest of the New. Ladies are Cordially Invited.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
The People's X-rviders.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
If You Have One or One Hundred Animals,
These Remedies are prepared by JOHN
01 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
Invalids' Boiling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 810. Lovo Building, &U-53G Tort; St.
TIME MAKES CHANGES jA
I I I I We now have over thirty thousand people living in Honolulu. We
have NO seweraje. Filth will produce disease germs, and they will cause sick
ness, disease and death. CHLOROZONE, THE IDEAL DISINFECTANT,
kills all germs, microbes, and foul odors. ONE OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE
IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
Redaction in Graphaphones,
Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO. of New York, and
we are thereby enabled to offer our goods
at a price that will be within the reach of
all. Look at the prices:
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking tube,
and' one Way hearing tube, $25.
Records, doz f 6; Blanks, doz., f j.
Recorders, J4.75. Brass horns and other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.,
1169 112 Hotel street.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
received per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrimoo" a consignment of Australian
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE nt
the Market, King street. 1170
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
for Hawaiian Islands.
POTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons
Honolulu, H. I
$250 GASH !
75 x 140, facing either on King or Rere
tania streets. The cheapest lots In the
cltv, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Gd and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
WILL E. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
No shop worn tfGodd on the counters-
ol merchants who advertise in.