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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., MABCH 27, 1899.
Pjbllihed Evrv nv .rept Sunday, at no King
trttt. Honolulu, II. I., by th
Bulletin publishing company.
W. K. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEI LOGAN City Editor
MONDAY, MAllOH 27, 1899.
Tleo n b n bird to your mouu
tain" will floaa be the batllo oiy
of Aeuipntdo'B forco.
Kipling's first requcnt in hie
convalescent boars is for his work
ing materials. Only sickuoxs or
dcntb can rob biB hnnd of its
Census Director Morrintn will
soon bo looking townrd Ilnwaii
Qupry: Will bo appoint local
census takors or eond lliom out
from tbo Slates ?
The blocdletliug conflict be
tween American nnd Canndinu
nriuprn i doibtlcrS duo to tbr
fact that tho nows of tbo "English
epi'nkiug biolberhood" lms not
bud time to reHch Ihe Klondike
Onco in n while Hawnii is forc
ed to slop in its rnco for tho nl
mighty dollar and consider th
race problem. The next thing we
know the Japanese will join tbt
American cry "tho Chiunmnn
Senator Potter, Washington's
nowly elected Senator is a loadinp
lumberman of the Slate. II is ten
to one he will know better than to
advocate tho coutinuauco of any
customs duties between Hawnii
and tho cMi'inent.
Hawaii rests easy enough with
out nny Minister of Foreign Af
fairs. The territory cannot make
money with greater easo than to
continue to gamble $500 a month
on tho chnnces of "nuj thing hap
pening to Mr. Dele."
The wnr indomnity hrwingbeen
tmd up, Jnpau is now looking for
A place in tho "sphere of influ
ence" scramble over China. To
hive a slice of China is getting to
be as much of a fad in interna
tional affnirs as is sugar stock in
Honolulu. It comes high but
they must have it.
Tho amount of money Hawaii
will get from tho United States
for public wprks is not likely to
bo largo and lots of hard work
and perhaps years of waiting will
be required to got it. Under the
circumstances the beet policy tbio
territory can follow is to make
bay while the, sun shines.
If Hawaii wero undor tho mon
archy or ovon under the indepen
dent republic with tho annexation
proposition laid aside, the discon
tent with the government would
be indicative a revolution. It
is not the "politicians" alone who
maintain that tho present officials
have outlived their term of use
fulness. Conturies of Spanish rulo have
not held down the nowsboys of
Havana. A delegation of the
Newsboys Uuiou gavo notice that
they would refuoe to sell any
paper that advocates the continu
ation of American control in tho
island of Cuba. MuKinloy's next
move might be to send a regiment
of Now York nows boys to Ha
vana. Ono of tho notablo features of
the promotion of urivy officers for
meritorious conduct hns been the
roquest from ssveral that thoir
alvnnconiout shall not be in ado at
the expeuso of others who have
previously preceded them, Thin
shows that the officers aro not the
ouea who nro making tuo biggest
r. wa about tho distribution of
With its many ohaiitable organ
iza'io s, Honolulu ohould certain
ly ncorcl Mrs. Williams a large
audionco at hor lecturo on Asbo-
oiatod Charities to bo given this
evening. Tho project of combin
ing thu- many charities in tho city
into ono thoroughly organized
and aotivo association hn9 many
advocates. Such n move would
unquestionably add to tho effici
ency of local work. Mrs.
Williams having full, knowledge
of tho organization and work of
charitable associations can give
many valuable suggestions.
CUI1AN CONDITIONS OKMCATIC.
Tho reorganization of Cuba in
oalliug for tho best diplomacy
that American officials can mns
tor to avort a olash not unlike
what has occarrel in tho Philip
pines. At tho present timo Gon-
oral Gomez is tho nctivo figure
head about which tbo political
houcsty or intrigue of the island
is revolving. Whether Gomez is
hrtily iu fnvnr of the American
i len of reorganization or whether
h is accopting the commission
giveu him by tin President to
slido into supremo power that will
oventually oppose the Americans
is n proposition that is represent
ed as variously as thero are in
dividual American writers.
A military Cuban assembly has
been orsiuniz-'d cotnpoied largely
of tho former officers of Gomez
This nssemby claiming to ropro
sent tne Cuban people has dopos
ed Gomez as commander in-chiof.
The assembly is not officially
recognized by tho United States
as representing anything and
Gomf z goes on his way about the
island receiving great ovntious
from tho people, with tho ex
ception of tho army. Now the
question arises whether Gomez
can handle the army and secure
its quiot disbanding, and if be
fails to do this work whether he
will not go ovor to tho enemy and
oppose tho Americans. Gomez
has been charged with offering
his sword to the Porto Roans to
securo their independence nnd ii
is also stated that ho hasun im
periHl fchotno of combining the
indepondout governments of Cuba,
Haiti and Porto llico in a West
Inditn island confederation.
It is uu even ohauco that the
fighting Cubans and Porto
Ricans having secured release
from Spanish rolo will eventually
turn upon their liberator.
HAItD TlMEH IN LOUISIANA.
Sugar Planter Will Iltqulre TWO
Good Crops to Itvcovtir lioiir.
Lindsay May of Haumn, Louis
iaua, writing bis brother Emmott
May of this city says: "Business
ia paralyzed in the sugar district
of Louisiana. A hard frost nearly
destroyed tho cano crop. The
stubblo is killed nnd the seed cano
is badly injured. Planters are
not expecting a third of a crop this
year, in fact it will take two years
to recover their loss, that is, if
they have favorable seasons. "
Mr. May considers the outlook
so poor in the sugar business that
he intends coming to Hawaii to
look over the field.
Since tho purchase of 2,000
shares of American Sugar Co's
assessable stock by tho Wilcox
brothers at n premium of $50 tho
stock is (ib scarce on the street as
There will bo a meeting of tho
basket ball pluyors in tho Y. M.
O. A. this nvoning.
Do Not Ask for Personal Surety ! Do Not Give It!
THE FIDELITY AND
BECOMES SOLE SURETY ON BONDS OF
Public Officials, Executors Government Appointees,
Administrators, Guardians, Officers of Fraternal Societies,
Trustees, Receivers, Bank Officials and Employees,
Employees of Railway and Steamship Companies, Mercantile Houses, etc.
Fidelity Bonds of every description, and all Bonds
required in Judicial Proeedings. NO DELAY
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK' CPl:l ShV.
C. Drawer & Co $i
Ewa Plant'n Co
Hamoa Plan Co
lliw'n Art. Co
Haw'n Sujj Co
Honomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
Kona SuCb. Ass
KonaSCo, pd ur
Maunaiei si a
' rd up
Oahu S (p d up)
Onomta Su Co
Paauhau S PCo
Pacific Su Mil
Pepeekeo Su Co
Plonwr Mill Co
" " (pd up)
Walluku Su Co
Intcr-Is S N Co1
ivii.w r ; Cn
Haw n I lee Co.
Mutual Tale Co
lf p'd up
Haw Cov,6per c
Oahu RySeL Co!
103 llonokaa Sugar Co 985
80 llnnokaa Suear Co 385
15 Wal.lua r.iU up , 915
53 American Sugar paid up 170
3 Walatua paid up 935
Walalua paid up ..'... ajo
35 Walalua Assessable 110
90 Hawaiian Sugar Co 910
too llonokaa Sugar Co 980
60 Hon ikaa Sugar Co 985
95 llonokaa Sugar Co 980
66 0ahupaldup ..997!!
50 Ha .allan Agricultural Co 373
10 Oahu 300
90 Hawaiian Sugar Co 330
90 Walalua paid up 935
Ileglnnlng with to-morrow the meetings ol the
Stock Exchange will take place In the Hoard Rooms
At the Hawaiian Trust and Investment Co.'t. Fort St.
1IA A GOOD nKPUT'TtON.
Why did some of the greatest mechani
cal schools In this country demonstrate by
scientific tests that a higher standard of
efficiency I i obtained with a Sterling bicycle
than with any other put In competlton
Why did the National Exposition at
Brussels, Belgium, deem the Sterling most
worthy of the Grand Prix?
Why did not the Sterling show appre
ciable wear after being ridden ,8,000 miles?
In doing this the wheels rotated in their
bearings 25 Million times.
When the Sterling Mfg. Co. began ma
nufacturing the Sterling bicycle, they de
termined to build a wheel that would In
sure permanence of their business; that
would make a reputation of itself, knowing
the "treasure of mortal times Is spotless
reputation." A reputation for good judg:
ment, for fair dealing, for truth, and for
rectitude, Is Itself a fortune. If you want
awheel that contains the finest material
and workmanship, and whose reputation
Is established, call upon the Pacific Cycle
& Mfg. Co. and see the new 99 model
Sterling price JOo.oo
Ttte 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
oo.ooo lo.ooe f t.ooo.ooo 160
730.0001 730,000 l8o 9O0
9,000,000 30,000 fl,0UO,0OO J7S 4oo
175.000' 1,730 173,000
500,00a s.ooo 500,000
1,000,00090,000 Mootooo a))H
300,000 3,000 300,000
1.000,00010,000 1,000,000 t8o 995
500,000! 5,000 500,000 975
500,000 5,000 500,000 900
100.000 1.000 100.00c
l8o,oco t,8oc lPo.ooo
tDo.000 l.boc 100,000 150
900000 9,000 00,OOC 17
100,000 l.OOO 10O.0OC
600,000 6,oot 975
1,800,000 18 cov 1,800,000 300
1.O0O.O0O lO.OOC I.OOO.ODO
500,000 5,00c 300,00c 145
150,000 1,30c 130,00a
5,000,00 100,000 5,000,000 )9 'oj.
500,000 5,000 500,00a 950
750,000 7,300 750,000 305
730,000 7,300 750,000
9.000,000 90,000 137
1,500,00015,000 1,500,000 ,
309.000 3,ooo 368,000
700.001 7,ooO 700,000
959,00c 9,590 959,000 1185
195,00c 1,950 195,000 195 130
500,000 5,000 500,000 II
500,00a 5,000 500,000 169 J
950,000 9,950 995.000 900
900,-00 9.0O0 90,000
150,00c 13,900 139,000
31,000! 310 31,000
9,000,00c 90,000 9.O00.O0C IJK 140
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
OUR SPRING STOCK
And what Innovation to anvthlne that
has ever been shown In HONOLULU.
In selectinc the stock we have soared no
pains or money in the selection of the most
desirable that could be found in the mar
kets. That our'stock contains just what
the people want Is evidenced by the num
ber of pleased customers that have already
eft the store. 1 le stocK comprises every
thing In MEN'S and BOYS CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS,
NECKWEAR, etc.. etc. Everything In
our store Is new and marked at prices that
will sell them. Come In and look at
goods that are within the reach of all.
KbmbmubK stnctiv Kasn at Nasn
prices. One price to all.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear, send tor utaiogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono No. 670.
Has just placed on sale a very neat
Hawaiian Flag Envelope, made after
the official flag. Nice to use in
Books and Stationery.
Light Weight Papers for Foreign
ALL PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT I
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
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, Afternoon Tea Kettles.
Absinthe Strainers, Angle Lamps,
Awls, Awl Handles, Ant Cups,
Alarm Money Drawers, Animal Traps,
And many other articles In A.
..Von Holt Block, King street.
BSTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves. Gumev Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
,....In tbo contor of the city,
A Splendid Investment.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Loyal Orange Association.
Members of the Loyal Orange Associa
tion are requested to make themselves
known to Sir Knight and Brother John
Walker, of Maklkl, or to Brother J. S.
Bailey. R. A. P., late of L. O. L. 551,
Toronto, Ontario, at Bicycle Store, 231
1 tiwi nun. ui uiiuiiit.. ui limn, iuii uia
'solve old and loved ties." 1175MW
N. S. SACHS DRT GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED
02STI.r5r THE BEST.
OUT .A. LIBERAL SCALE.
Millinery Department full of New Goods, embracing all the Leading
Novelties. We can supply all your wants
Ladies' and Children's Sailor Hats.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, SOOxSeO.
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Bath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room and Closet.
Servants' House of 4 rooms, Carriage House, and everything re
quired for a first-class home.
The grounds are planted with all kinds of fruit and ornamental
trees, flowers and ferns.
This is one of the nicest homes in Honolulu. Must be seen to be
appreciated. For further particulars see
L. C. ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
a Valuable Horse
a way to keep
You Want to,epyurHorsesCatt,esheePanJ
You Can Do It
Read the Treatise on Diseases of Animals, and
keep a supply of REMEDIES on hand. Consult
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 81G. Lovo Building, &U-53G Tort St.
TIME MAKES CHANGES &2J
h'ave'NO . tlMftSaSfc n'nWv tt"S& JK
ness, disease ond death. CIILOhOZONE, THE IDEAL DISINFECTANT
llO,frrHSAUNDaOFfCURErS ONE OUNCE OF PREVENTIVE
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
VonHolt Block, King Street.
THE NEW DRUG STORE. to
because you did not have
animals In good condition by having
POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
Dogs In healthy
using JOHN POTTIE 8c SONS'
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
V'ln . ' t-