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TUB EVENING BrLLETIN: DOICOLI'LU, D. I., MA110H 29, 18510.
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W. R. I AKKINGTON Editor
ANIEL USAN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, MAlt. 29, 1899.
Tbo Oropon nrrivod at Maniln
fit for immediate eorvlco. Tunt
was to becxp' ctcd of tlicOrogon.
Correspondent Creelman saye
tlint Geuernl OtU dnoa not know
bis basilBB. If Croolmnn eays
o it must bo bo.
Hawaii will bo highly grateful
to J. B. OltBtlu if 1)0 BliCCl'Ods in
securing a naval militia organi
zntiou for tbo peoplo of the
ErroDOons roporta BPnt ovor
tho United States tbat Joha Slier,
man had diod pivrs tin vonnrablo
elfttreninn an oxeollent opportua
ily to fiud out just what tho peo
plo think of him. It'H only the
elect few who tiro favored with
reading their own obituary no
ticos. President McKinloy went
South for a ninch needed and
complete rest, and tho big po
litical mauipulutorB lmvo been in
almost daily counsels with him
The completo rest tbat a Presi
3ont gets is not such as to lead
him to believe that bo is forgotten
by tho people.
Tbo Cabinet is most oertainly
right in refusing tho grounds of
the Executive building to the Bun
day school rally. If one church is
given tho privilego the others will
follow and cannot bo refused with
tbo.rotult that tho government
grounds will btcomo a bond
quarters for eemi-picnio gaiber
uugs. The American regular enlists,
because ho is ludnleut and demo
Tho olliciiil organ's slurs on
ho rpgular army of tho United
Slates havo reached tho point of
idiotic idiocy. Its next flight
will probably bo to tho statement
that young men enter West
Point and tako up a military pro
fessdon becauso they 'aro lazy and
wst to bo supported by the
THE NEW MIKIHTKIt.
The Appointment of E. A. Mott-
Bmitb to tho position of Minister
of Foreign Affairs will be gener
ally accepted as a good one. It is
a graceful compliment to memory
of the elder Mott-Smith wbo
served tbo country well at Wash
ington during the days of its indo
pendence and a fitting recognition
of tho young men of tho territory
who, if thoy had been asked, could
not have named a better represon
lativo than E. A. Mott-Smith.
Tho new Minister is an untried
factor in politics to be euro but he
has an excellent record in the
business community and cau
safely bn placed as a representa
tive of the progressive element of
the territory. Ho knows the
country and its people and while
not carrying extend id executive
experience to the department of
education, it is fair to say that as
tho trials of tho office aro heaped
upou him ho will not bo found
wanting. Mr. Mott-Smith is to
pp'i IIkuUIi Oci'Ml.
Rorao, March 21. Tba Pope'B
physician, Dr. Lapponi, and Pro
lOBsor Mazzoni vitited his Holi
ness at f o'clock this afioruonn
and found liiB geneial health good
and tho seat of the lei-uut opera
tion in excellent condition.
While convening with them the
Popo expressed deep grief at the
falso fitoiios circulated as to hi
health, n-peiiiftlly the loporln
about a second oporntion, which
had fo disturbed Catholics deeply
interested in hia wolfare.
rlll.O RAII.HOAn P.HAKTRR
Tho chnrtor of tho tlilo Hail
rond Compnuy i'b for (ho term of
fifty yearn. It lKfotmeri hy li. F
DilliDghatii, Henry WatorhnofO,
Liorrin A. Ihurslou, JVlnrk JLJ. Xvob
itisou, Allioit Whytrt aud Alfred
W. Cnrler, their associatoa and
lis maiu objoot us BOt forth iso
construct, maintain and opernto n
railroad or railroadB on tho island
of Hnwaii, from tho port of Hilo
through tho district of li.Uo to
and through tho districts of Ha-
tnnkua, llohala ancl( ilona; anil
hUo through tho district of Hilo to
11 nil through the districts ofPuna.
Kau and Kona, and' from said port
of Hilo through tho dietriut o
Hilo to and throuch tho distruts
of Hatnakua nnd Kona- -all undci
tho gouoral railway ava of tht
Power is (jivou tho company to
(loil iu lauds, to construct
wharvi's, to croato nnd opnrnte
water works, to ptovido plnct'B ol
rtifreshtuout nnd cuteitaiumeut, to
i-elnblish sourcos of power for
oporntinu tho railrnadn, etc, nil
under tho Inns applying respect
ively to such things. In caso ol
compliant of unjust chargns foi
vvnt r, the matter is to ho adjusted
hy n hoard of thrro pernous 000
appointed hy tho MinisUi of the
Interior, one by the com puny and
the third by tho first two,
TIih cnpital stock shall ho $50,
000 divided into 2300 sliaroi of the
pur viluo of $20 oneli, with the
right to increase, by the issuo of
uew BharoH, to SlO.Onn.OOO.
Olh'cerd are to consist of a pres
ident, not more than three vico
presidents, secretary, tronsuror
and auditor, aud such others as
may from timo to time bo doomed
nicespnry by tbo corporation
"Officors nood not of courto bo
stockholders," tho charter says.
Ouo man may bold moro than ono
ollico, hut tho treasurer and tho
nuditor must be different persons.
Tbo olBcorsaud not morn than four
persons to bo olected each year by
tho stockholders shall const! ute a
board of directors.
The coi pon.tinu shall maintain
it-i priucipnl ollico at Honolulu,
Islnnd of Oahu.
M'll.r, CALL AT NAN FKANC1HCO
San Francisco, Mar. 22. The
California ami Oriental Steam
ship Company's steamer Belgian
King will leave Hongkong on the
20th of this month and stop at
ports in Japan. Contrary to ex
nictations at the time the Santa
Fo Steamship system was in
augurated, the Belgian King will
stop at San Francisco before pro
ceeding Jo San Diego. This does
not imply, however, that this port
is to be the terminus of tho line
though it means a great deal to
the business community in the
sense that San Francinco will
practically bo givon all tho ad
vantages of a competing froight
Local Agent George Detrick ro
ceived word today from headquar
ters that the steamer would call
here, and tho matter is of con
siderable importance to shippors
who have trad 3 relations with tbo
Oriont. The Belgian King is
one of three steamers chartered by
tho Santa Fe people for their
Oriental line. She is a largo
enrrier. Should she be successful
in securing bimnosa here, it is a
foregone conclusion that the line
will mako regular stops at this
The rock breaker for the Ka
irauki tract hns arrived aud jis
being sent oat to tbo tract today.
Other machinery for the pumping
plant is now on the way.
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 nil Bonds
required in Judicial Proeedings. NO DELAY
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
To-ch y's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK. "jijShVjl
AmSuCn p'd up
Lwnruni n v-o
Mimm Plan Co
fl 000 0001
Hiw'n Art. Co
fU'n Sue Co
Honomu Su Co
Honokia S Co
dhuWu Pt'n Co
1,400,000 1 ti W
1,000,000 201 H
KonabCo PJ up
1 60,0c o
Mauna c M- a
Onoma Su Co
O owalu Com v
Pacific Su All
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Walluku Su Co
1,500,01 01 5, too
Wilder S S C
Inter-M S N Co
law'n Llec Co
Mutual Tele Co
p J up
J 1, 000
Maw Govp" t
w Hawaiian SniMr, ajo, to Oaliu, 175: loWalatua
palj up, a to Walalua asirstable, mo: ro tlonoka-i
a87M 10 Ewa, 400 ts Maunatf I assessable, 30.
Porter s Altfra Nticcemior.
Paris. March 22. Gonernl Por
ter, the United States Embassador,
this nflornnon said ho was unable
to discuss tho rumors that ho may
Hucccod Oonornl Algor nn Soro
tary of War, as nil information on
tho subject ought to como from
HAN A OOOI1 Ill!PUTTlON.
Why did some of the greatest mechanl
cat schools In this country demonstrate by
scientific tests that a higher standard of
efficiency Isobtained 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 38,000 miles?
In doing this the wheels rotated in their
bearings 25 Million times.
When the Sterling Mfg. Co. began ma
nufacturing tiie Sterling bicycle, tiiey 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
a wheel 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 fCo.oo
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
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
OUR SPRING STOCK
And what Innovation to nnvthlnz that
has ever been shown In HONOLULU.
In selecting the stock we have spared no
nalns or nionev 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 nunv
oer 01 pleased customers mat nave aireauy
left the store. The stock comprises every
thing In MEN'Sand 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.
REMEMBER strictly Kash ,at Kash
prices. One price to all.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : f aycrley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono No. G70.
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 1
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.
Jffl-Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"jewel" stoves, uumey uieanaDie He
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
Tn tho contor of tho city,
A Splendid Investment.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
A special meeting of the Stockholders of
the Honokaa Sugar Co., will be held at
the Office of F. A. Schaefer& Co. on
Thursday March 30th, 1809 at 10 o'clock
F. A. SCHAEFEU
I U79'3t President.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Q3STJ-j'y TUB BEST.
ON 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, SOOxSQO.
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 130.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
7fH g c4- a Valuable Horse because you did not havo
I UU liUOl POTTIE'S REMEDIES.
Vaii FTrhiinrl a way to keep animals In good condition by having
I UU rUUHU POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
Vrkll Wanf to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs In healthy
IUU Traill condition, and
VVfcll Can Ha ! by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
I UU Villi UJ IL 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' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 81G. Lovo Building, 5.S4-530 Fort St.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Box 679
Jt Pure Drugs and ClinmlailH.
!t ProHorlpttniiB and Family Hccolpta our specialty.
Full lino of Tullot KoquiBltea. Finofet VurfnmcH, Tollot Wiitorn, Fnco
PimdorH, otu.i olo.
Klin trio Holts nro rocommondod for nil Nervous Troubles, lUieumutlstn,
I.o-t Vitality, oto.
tl Wo k1I the ponulno Compound Cough Syrup.
Jt For 11 Dlslnfoclnnt uho Chlorooiie.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
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