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THE EVENING nrLLETll: HONOLULU, H. I., MARGH 23, 1899.
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Published Every Day, eictpt SunJy, at tlo King
trect. Honolulu, II. I,, by the
Bulletin Publishing company
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOtUN City Editor
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1899
Geoige Mncfailnuo will havo to
go totho foot of the prophet clns.
Whoro's thnt ftorm V
It 18 to bo hoped tl at the ttmnll
fenupr will boou bo able to shovel
hiB way Mirougb the snowslido of
Should tho trntnear mules nctn
nlly bo dieplncrd by elf-ctrio voIIb
Honolulu would exloud to tho de
pirtiiifi qunrirnpeds one fond
Whon nnotbfr Petor tho Gren'
is rQibCjl to tho throno of Ruebi'h
tho nniions who spent nionoy nl
tho pence conference will jniu it
tho eoutmiont "what fools wo
Bnukore uud financial men hnv
yet to r.un ngftiii&t any proposition
relating to iivnilabh) cntih that
ennnot bo cnaily 6olved. Adver
t'ser fiunudnl studios to tho con
Next to tho query "Whon is
Dawoy coming home ?" comes tbc
local question, "Whon is Balleu
tyno coming homo ?" The people
aro getting anxious for the Rupid
Transit's rnpid ttnutit to bo sol
rapid in motion.
While tho Advcitiser is denling
in futures lot it'discues this pro
position: Suppoec every mau-iu
tho United Stutos had a share of
Hawaii sugar utock what elloct
would it Iwo on futuro legislation
for HawniianMeirilory ?
CriticiMiriH nbout the conduct of
tho late war are numerous enough
now tli9 war is over. The critics
can't g-Jt oorjj the fact that the
real object was to lick tho other
follow and that objoct was accom
plished. What more do they
The proposition to name one of
the new battleships the "Amer
ican Boy" was killed by o point
of order mndo by Congressman
Boutelle. The next Congress will
doubtless niuko an exception in
this ccse tntpiovo the rule that all
butllcship) rilmll bn named after
States and cruisert) after cities.
Rov. De Witt Talmngo has re
signrd his Washington pastorate
becau&o of tho culls upon him
from the loligious press. In other
words Tnlmngu reaches u larger
audionou through the press than
from the pulpit and he accepts tho
wider Held. Si'oro another re
ward ot merit for Ilia newspapers
of the con u try.
Tho Advortimr's queries about
tho responsibility f r thu di uth of
tho Filipinos imlicatr-i thnt its
nsunl direct lin to realms above
is "ihort aittmttcd." When the
lino grta iu blidpo nguiu, the i-ili
ciul ort'tiu might fit-k who is res
ponsible for the slaughter of
womon und children in the Amer
ican ludian wivh.
When Mndninn Jt .land hud
mounted the fatal fccitfTold whore
on hoi- he.'id w.h soou to full sho
tamed nud looking up on the
g'eut oily of Puns exclaimed:
"Oh, Liberty, uhut ointiut are
e mini Und in thy imir.o! ' Agui
ii i'do Fays ho in lighting for lit--v0"v
nud tho wibo official ornn (f
Uuvfiii kindly tukes up his cuuso
hiiiI suggoots the Americans as the
uiimiunls. It htm beou noticed
that the iutounty and patriotic
honor of the organ is of
-i typo that compares favorably
with that of the Aguinaldo
Thnt China'ri end is in sight
is a pioposition no longer doubt
ed but whether the wind up will
be in European spheres of in
fluence or a general opon port
schemo is tho question. Tho
fiombro Bounds of China's donth
knell do not carry marked hoppi-
ueas to tho "powers" Binco it calls
them to tako scats on tho raggod
odgo of n unnernl war.
" Should anything hr.ppau to
Mr. Dolo" is now tho text for an
evening contemporary in dealing
with thu future M iuister of Foreign
AffnirB. Wo trut nothing will
biippou to him, but if thero should
Minister Iviug is next in Hue of
ascoiislou toexecntivo power. Dur
ing all th.i period of Mr. Coopor's
term ns Miuisterof Foreign Affairs
the situation wns tho sarao. Mr.
Cooper hue never ben eligible to
tlio olfice of President should any
thing havo hnpponed to Mr. Dolo.
The government having existed for
over two years with Minister King
first in line in caeo of the death or
resignation of Mr. Dole, there is
every reason to believe that tho
territory will survive for another
twelvo montliB under similar con
NO AIMTION OF HARBOR
Continued from Page 1.
demn that which it has a right to
Judge Perry concurs in the con
clusion of tho Court's opinion,
but thinks that the adoption of
this view by the Couit renders it
unoecppsary to express an opinion
on tho question of whether or how
far tho legislature can deprivo tho
-tote by gruut to privato in
dividuals or companies of its
ownership of the submorged lands
under the navigable waters
of tho harbor of Hono
lulu, or on tho question
of tho superiority or otherwise of
tho government's ubo or proposed
use of tho property in contro
versy. A S Hnrtwell and Attornoy
General for plaintiff; F M Hatch
and Kinnov, Ballon & McClana
han for defondant.
aMBMNU UU.N RAIDED.
Deputy Marshal Ohillingwortb,
Captain Eanao, Officers Jackson,
Eepinda and others, raided tho
Wah Loo gambling den on Smith
street again at about 2 o'clock to
day and succeoded in corraling
fifteen Chinamen who were play
ing at tho game known as paikau.
The money had disappeared when
the officers, by breaking in the
back of the room, entered the don.
However, other evidence was
found. The majority of tho Chi
namen cot away by climbinc
donna ladder that rested against a
small platform for that very pur
pose, wane tue uuinamen wore
huddled together, Obillingworth
found soma money in a shoo of
one ot the gamblers.
Tho Wah Leo den is one of tho
most notorious in tho town and
whenever tho officora raid the
place, they cotno away with only
a part of tho gnuiblere.as thero aro
numerous avenues of escape that
cannot ho discovered whon tho
police make n rush. Aftor each
raid, tho Chinese who run tho den,
proceed to make different escapes.
A iiiHmiificoiit SDt'uiiuou of the
Demlrobium Supnibum, a Philip
pine flower, is on exhibition at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s. Thero
are about CO flowers on ono
stnlk. It is from the garden
of Mm. S. 0. Allen. Tho flower
plant has boon imported by A.
J The Bulletin can satisfy J
I all your WANTS. It has 3
! established a WANtJ
WHERE DEWEY IS NEEDED
Washington, March 10; While
the Navy Dopartmeut has officially
docided thnt Admiral Dowey is
not breaking down in health and
has mado it plain that tho hero of
Manila is remaining with tho
Asiatic squadron becauso of bis
own choice, Secretary Long told
tbo wbolo storj. Tho fact ro
mains that Admiral Dewey is
liable, to start for Washington any
Only Iho most -serious condition
of affairs nt Manila and tho inon
acoof foreinn complications will
keep him there through tho sum
mer. It is no official eecret that
tho danger from tho lattor source
has been greatly lessened duiing
tbo past few wetke.
Tho forward movomont of Italy
aud tho prospective partition of
China creato a situation Homewhat
complex, but not remarked on tho
diplomatic circles ns threatening.
Tho part to be played by tho navy
in tho reduction' aud pacification
of tho Philippines is not of so
great importance us to require the
personal attention of Admiral
On tho other hand, it is tho
wish of Mr. McKiuloy that wo
havo at baud a man liko Admiral
Dewey, whoao experience and
knowledge of conditions, as well as
sound judgment, makes him raoro
than usually well oualitieu to uive
advice upon tho Fhilippiuo aud
It will revorso tho precedents if
Admiral Dewey does not come
homo. His elovation to tho rank
of Admiral makes him command
er of tho entire American navy.
lor tbo exercise of tho duties
which go with the office, tho nat
ural place is Wushinuton. The
command of the Asiatic station
would naturally devolvo on Admi
rals Schley or Sampson. All the
Admirals who havo preceded Ad
miral Dewey have withdrawn from
activo command aud devoted thorn
selves to directive and advisory
duties. It is perfectly true, as an
nounced by Secretary Long, that
the Admiral will bo left freo to ex
orcise bis own choico in staying or
coining. But it is also true that
tbo Admiral will bo made acqu
ainted with the wishes of the Pre
sident and a gentle preseuro will
be bought to boar on him to ro
Donl'a for Whrelmfn.
Dont for-eet that a bicvele needs olllnc
same as any other high grade machinery.
The Pacific Cycle & M'f'R Co , will clean
and oil your wheel tnree times a weei tor
fi per month.
Dont use inch and a half tires when It
Is possible to use two Inch, your wheel
will run easier.
Dont get tired waiting for that large
shipment of oo model Sterling bicycles,
they will soon be here.
Dont buy a wheel until you have had
a (rood look at the Sterling.
Dont for get that they only ask f6o.oo
for the highest grade wheel made In the
Dont you want first class repairs? If
you uo, go to the Kacmc uycie & m't'g
Dont forget that they make bicycle re
pairing in all its Drancnes and mcKeipiat
Dont for-get the name and number,
Pacific Cycle & M'f'g Co., Ehlers Build'
ing, Fort street.
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the set 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
ilk Hardware Co., Ltd.,
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Just
ness Office, Telephone 256.
To dhow you our Spring Btock of
Moil's ami Boya' Clothing.
And If you want to sco tho swollost
lino of irolf Bhlrts Just stop around and
havo a look nt the latest production of
tho best shirt rrado.
And If you want a stylish crash hat,
coino nnd havo a look nt ours.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTerley BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Dplmol'a Llncn-Moeh
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue.
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
Silk Hawaiian Flags!
Souvenir Hawaiian Flags !
Hawaiian Souvenirs and
Hawaiian Scenic Calendars
Published only by the
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
jTTL jt xm.
We will commence with the first letter
and run through the Alphabet, one letter
for each week. Read the list of articles
we carry In stock.
Anchovy Servers, Alcohol Flagons,
Asparagus Plates, Apple Corers,
Artichoke Servers, Almond Servers,
Ale Mugs, Almond Plates,
Atomizers, Alcohol Lamps,
After Dinner Coffee Spoons,
After Dinner Coffee Spoon Holders,
After Dinner Coffee Cups and Saucers,
Ash Trays, Axes, Axe Handles,
Axe Mattocks, AfternoDn Tea Kettles,
Absinthe Strainers, Angle Lamps,
Awls, Awl Handles, Ant Cups,
Alarm Money Drawers, Animal Traps,
And many other articles In A.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
fiSrSole Acents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
having leased the rooms lately vacated by
them, together with the vaults and safe
deposit boxes to the Hawaiian Trust &
Investment Co., notice Is hereby given
that the said Company will assume all
responsibility and londuct of the safe
We beg to take tills opportunity to
thank our customers for their patronage
of this branch of our business, and can
assure them that the Hawaiian Trust and
Investment Co. will be pleased to con
tinue the rental of boxes after the ex
piration of present leases. Any amounts
now due should be settled with them.
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
F. C. ATHERTON,
1 1 73 Secretary.
S. J. R. Shaw has now so far recovered
from his recent accident that lie Is able
to attend to calls made at his Veterinary
N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tho IPcople's Provldei'H.
Spring and Easter Millinery!
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-roviclers.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
"5" FLOUR! 1
TI1E0. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
7-f- f aoa a Valuable Horse because you did not havo
IUU LiUL POTTIE'S REMEDIES.
-wn TZmmrt a way to keep animals In good condition by having
I UU rUUHU POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
VA JI7eirf- to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs In healthy
IUU TYdllL condition, and
Vrf-kii for I-k I by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
I UU Willi UJ It VETERINARY REMEDIES.
Read the Treatise on Diseases' of Animals, and
keep a supply of REMEDIES on hand. Consult
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Invalids' Boiling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
TIME MAKES CHANGES
We now have over thirty thousand people living In Honolulu. We
have NO seweraee. Filth will produce
ness, disease and death. CIILOROZONE, 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 STOIiE.
Redaction in Grapliaphones.
Our agency rights are received direct
from the home office of the AMERICAN
GRAPH APHONE 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 heirlng tube, hi.
Records, doz., 16; Blanks, doz., j.
Recorders, U-7 5. B rass homo .ma other
supplies constantly on hand. All kinds of
repairing done promptly.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.,
1169 1 i2Hotetreet.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
received per "Australia" a consignment of
California Beef and Poultry ; and by the
"Warrlmoo" a consignment of Australian
Beef and Mutton. NOW ON SALE at
the Market, King street. 1 170
The Bulletin, 75c per month.
FIRST GRAND DISPLAYS
AND THURSDAY : : : :
Building, 534-536 Tort St.
disease germs, and thev will cause sick
$250 GASH !
75 x 1 10, facing either on King or Bere
tanKi streets. The cheapest lots In the
city, on the line of the proposed electric
cars. Ready for building. Go and see
the lots TO-DAY.
Further particulars of
WELL B. FISHER
Real Estate Agent
And Auctioneer, .
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS. T
No shop-worn gcod:! on the coun
ters ol murclinnts who advertise in