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THE F.VKN1N0 JinTiTiFTiBi HOUDHIMJ, E. I., APKIL 5, 18flfJ.
jbllhed Every Div, xc.pt Suni.y. t no King
ttrtet. Honolulu, 11. 1., ty the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
OANIFL KrfMN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, AP11IL 6, 1899.
"Jj'roin lloston to San Fran
cisco" will po hnml in bnnd witb
"from Hnwnii to Niilinu." Glist
oning coin is following tho Hag
Hawaii's olcction for September
has now brcotuo a livo issue or
will as boou ns tho rceistratioi.
board oixjub its sessions. The
government linn started iu witb h
few curves but Ibey are easy ouce.
The latest move to demoustrato
the happiness of Mr. Dole's Ilnppy
Family is to appoint Mr. Dole
nows ngent for tho Executive
Council. PobBibly this is douo to
add "dignity to the position of Ibo
chief esoeut'vp of Hnwnii.
Matt Quny's light for tho "Sen
atorahip iu Pennsylvania holds
on. Tho only indication that
t'io end is nearing is thnttliO'anti
Quay men Imvo centered -their
votes on Conprpesmun Dulzell,
and tho figure bends put up to
split the vote havo been taken
Tho readiucssof foreign capital
to tako up the elock cmzo and put
good money in the projects for the
industrial devobprtant of Hawaii,
puts "boars" nnd tho pessimists
in-their trut light. They might
just as well try lo ttop (lie Em
jiiro Express by putting nu Adver
tiser editorial on the track.
At last PotnctLing has bcou
found that will comparo with o
new plantation in Hawaii. Bar
num and Bailey's circus was
floated on tlw London market and
tho stock wns throo times over
subscribed. No ono knows' how
much higher it might have gone
hod tho promoters not shut the
doors on t' """n'o
Tho detei aimed attempt during
the last few days to bear tho stock
market is an interesting and per
haps necessary phase of tho busi
ness situation under its new era
of activity. Those who have
bcon frightoned into unloading
on a falling market will havo only
their shortsightedness to thank
for any loesea they have made.
American advance in tho Philip
pines continue!, but each step
nearer tut msurgent capital is
more expensive. Tho three days'
later dispatches brought by the
Zealandia tell of hard fighting,
victorious fighting but of unfortu
nately largo losses by the Amerio
an troops. Aguinaldo has put his
famous invincible troops in the
field and they havo suffered defeat
"with slaughter," but tho situation
is getting sufficiently serious for
Washington officials to consider
the advisability of ordering more
troops to the Philippines.
While the dispatches state that
tho robollion is liablo to' break any
day, tho fighting of tho rebels ib
none tho Iobb fierce and their ro
troat is thtpugh a country in
which the hardships of American
advance are sloadily iuorossing.
As the rebels retreat fey ore
burning their bridges and their
towns and fall back to country cut
yip will hills and etrenroe whoro
even their dwindling forcea can
mako a moro determined opposi
tion than in the moro or lees open
fields about Manila. It ia to bo
hoped that tho worst battlo of tho
Campaign Iibb been fought but
theroia every reusou to doubt that
tho hopes will not bo fulfilled.
The result is inovitahlo. Tho
hordos of insurgents cannot over
come the AinorloanH who havo
shown tlioinselvea tho beat of
fiuhlorR ami if moro in on nro need
ed, thoy nrn ready to io, Tho out
look h h happy one only iu tho
fnut Mint Ainnriimiib mo violoiloiu,
Tlieio uro hnnl ('Killing In to
H. G, & S, (JO. AND K1HE1
E. M. Walsh of San Francisco
was asked about his trip to Sprcck
eltiville last week. As tho tormir
munnger of Paia tho Bulletin re
pot lor took it that hie view ol
tlnnpB would bo worth having.
Mr. Walsh replied, in substance
"I arrived at Knhului last Wed
nesday morning and went directlj
to the Hawaiian Commercial A
Sugar Co.'a plantation. Tbero 1
met Mr. Lowrio the manager, who
took mo ovor the mills of tho com
pauy. They nro putting iu place
tho demisuperheaters and evapor
ators, which I wbb told would
bo in working order within a
couple of weeks. Tho large mill
was grinding cane and doing lirst
"I then with tho mannaer, Mr.
Lowrie, nnd tho president, Mr.
Baldwiu, rode over tho plantation
and through their extousive uane
fields. Tho young cauo wns in
Quo crowing condition and tho
old cano looking well, and the
crop will corao fully up to the
manager's estimate, tuat is, Ib,UUU
"I visited tho different pump
ing Btatious and was sarprUed at
tbo new developments, luey
have oiaht artesian wells nlrendy
completed, and nro contemplating
tue sinking oi several more, i no
water supply is fully assured, o
single well having given, under
test conditions, an outuow or ono
million gallons in twonty-four
"This now system of irrigation
will allow tho cultivation of thon
snnda of acres of now land which
they havo horetoforo boen unablo
to cultivato for lack of i water, and
will within a short time bring the
yield of sugar up to enormouB
proportions. In fact, they will
havo much tho largest tonnago of
any plantation on the islands.
" Thoy havo fivo sets of largo
otoam plows, a railway system and
the control of tho Kahului harbor,
with tho laud lying in such a
compact body that they will bo en
abled to raise sugar at tbo cheap
est cost, aa thoy have all the nat
ural ftdvaut8cefi for so doing.
" I also visited Kihci with tho
president, II. P. Baldwin and,
after a night's rest there, vp, to
gether with the manager, Mr. Po
gue, went thoroughly over the
" Tho water supply of Kihei is
developing very satisfactorily
They have two wells at present,
and are contemplating tbo sinking
of several more. Thoy nro alroady
Retting n good stream of water
from the first well, and irrigating
quito an area of young plant cune.
Tho second well is not yot complet
ed because tho water was coming in
so fast that thoy had to stop in
order to got a larger pump to
keep the wator down so that the
men could work.
"Tho water from r- thia second
well is flowing as 'good as tho
first, and from tho indications
tboro will bo no difficulty in get
ting all tho wator thoy may need
on tho plantation.
"Wo found largo areas of good
land on Eihei, and undoubtedly
thia will be a large sugar pro
ducer in tho future."
Wm. Dinwiddie, correspondent
for Harper's Weekly, is a pas
senger in tho Zealandia for Ma
nila, whither Lo goos to report the
situation for Harper's.
J. S. Emeraon is grading and
othorwise fixing up his land oa
Hackfold stroet, preparatory to
Do jou insure joup hoiiso against fire ?
h jiii in jour body agist accident aid death?
It has been demonstrated to be a wise ana CPnomlc business policy.
BUT DO YOU Insure your property against tfejft, embezzlement, and misap
propriation by TRUSTED EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, CQULEQTORS, BOOK
KEEPERS, and others who handle your money ?
In the United States In 1897 there were over FIFTEEN MILLIONS OF DOL
LARS STOLEN 1JY TRUSTED EMPLOYEES.
Experience keeps a dear school, Be not the foolish man who will learn In no
ptlier, Accept our suggestion,
THE FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT GO. OF MARYLAND
r, .. .moll on,, nil nromlnm will Imlrinnlfv vnn ntralnst all SUCll losses. It Is 1)0
rfM-tinniir:iinst n man lii vour enwlov
honest he will gladly give It) If lie objects
We also provide Contractors, Public
etc, with Bonds i also Bonds of nil forms
Call and ask for Rates,
TI10 Fidelity and Deposit
To-tloy's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCKjtjKM &'$
C. nwr& Coii.oM.ood
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Ew I'lant'n Co
Hw'n Agr. Co
H.w'n Sup Co
Honomu Su Co
Honok.a S Co
iC.huku IM'n Co
KonaSCo JxJ up
M.uniUI SC A
" " rd up
1 ,000,000 lo.oor
Pioneer Mill Co
racinc su mm
Joj.ooot J, ono
t $9,000 1,5 JO
vvaiariac wm J
Wnier S S Co
Inler-U S N Co
Maw'n hlee Co.
Mutual Tele Co
" p'd up
1 50,000 t,5o
00,000 a, 000
Haw Govper c
Police Cart No(ra.
In tho Police Court this fore
noon, tbo case of Ohong Chow
Hung, bribery, ws continued
until moved on. Geo. Houghtail
ing's caBO of liquor selling with
out a Hcodbo took tho snmo course.
Hoaloha, charged with selling
opium, had his caso nolle proa'd.
Frnuk Wood was finpd $4 and
costs for assault and battery on
$85 Remington Bicycles for J50.
$85 Remington Bicycles, for ?5o.
585 Remington Bicycles for $50.
$85 Remington Bicycles for $50.
58s Remington Bicycles for J 50:
$85 Remington Bicycles for t$o.
$85 Remington Bicycles for $50.
PACIFIC-CYCLE & M'F'G CO.,
Ehlers Building, Fort Street.
H. J. CRAFT.
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the scintillations
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.,
when vou ask him for n bond. If lie be
or takes offense, THEN YOU WAN I
Officials, Executors, Trustees, Assignees,
required in Judicial rrocceuings,
Company of Maryland,
407 FORT 6T HONOLULU,
OUR SPRING STOCK
And what Innovation to anything that
has ever been shown In HONOLULU.
In selecting the stock we have spared no
rains or monev In the selection of the most
desirable that coulJ 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
left the store. The stock comprises every
thine In MEN'Sand BOYS' CLOTHING,
FURBISHING 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. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono 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!
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
B B B
Wo havo commoncoil with tho first
lotlcr and will run through tho alpha
bet, ono lottor for each wo ok. Road tbo
list of articles wo carry in stock.
Biwkols, Buttor Moulds,
Butter Faddlos, Butchor KnlvoH,
Broad And Buttor Plates,
Bread And Buttor Kulvos,
Brood Boxes, Broad Pans,
Boor Qlassos, Bon Bon Dishes,
Bon Bon Spoons, Bells,
Bone Flatos, Berry Sets,
Banquot Lamps, Bracket Lamps,
Baking Shells, Brollors,
Baby Food Cups, Bako Dishes,
Bake Fans, Basins,
Basting Spoons, Baths (Infants),
Bowls, Bread Ralsois,
Buckets, Bird Cages,
Bird's Bath, Bouillon Cups,
Bush Hooks, Brooms;
Brackets, Bracos, Bits,
And many other articles in B.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
67-Sole Acents. Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, rTlmus till stoves.
In the confer of tho city,
A Splendid Investment.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Ult ol Sin I'uncUco, hat open.
At Un QUnr.N IIOTCl. COTTAOn. Tliroushlnnr
ip.rltiu. tnd rontunl uttnJtnct to wuik al ih.
Cuol, Mh.WoI im raulrrJ tin art of ffihtl
lining, an4 alio living lull llialun In Mini
an4 moJdn lnhlon,
N. 8. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, SOOX2SO.
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.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands-
a Valuable Horse
VAJ1 Cniin1 a way to keep
I VlU rJUIIU
Vnl, Vlon to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and wDogs In healthy
I VJU TTeilll, condition, and
Vah fon rr I by using JOHN POTT1E & SONS'
I UU Willi MJJ 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' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P, O, 110X 679,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
IhtvA liriiifia ntul t Mtmillniklu.
t l'rooritt.on nnd Kunilly Ho(H)lpt our nioclaty
Vull lino of Tollot ItufjuUItoi, Huont TormuuN.
llniiuliliu Mt it tfitl
4 IJVTWVINI HIW llW
1( Klmlrlu HuIIh nro recoininoniloil for all NorvoiiN TroiililoM. ItliouiimtUiu,
UA Vllitllty, nlo, '
it Wu dull llio Koniilnn CoiiiiioiiiiiI CoiikIi rlyrup,
U lfr u IHBliifmlaiil UNit Olilnronimi,
because you did not have
animals In good condition by having
POTTIE'S REMEDIES nn hand.
Lovo Building, 5IM-530 Eort St.
VON HOLT (SLOCK, KINO 6T.
.. i,.,m,,,TIUPIIONB )6(,
, Tollot Wttlor, l'ttoo