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THE EVENING BULLETJN: HONOLULU, H. I., AMUL 7, 1899.
Pjbtlshtd Eviry Day, except Sunday, at no King
atreet, Honolulu, 11, 1., by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. HARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LCXAN City Editor
FRIDAY, APltIL 7, 1809.
If you cnu register today, don't
put it off till tomorrow.
If tho Eleventh of Juno races
don't find u horso on the track
named Kihei, the popularity of
the stock market won't bo worlh
It is safo to wager bottom dol
lars that the government will not
make any serious move to secure
the right of franchise to newly ar
Available sugar lands not taken
up are fast reproaching tho
limit and the day is not far dis
tant -when the last of tho now
plantations will bo floated.
Tho day may como wh;n 0. S.
Desky will bo put down as the
groatrst philanthropist of tho day
bccauEO tho Orpheum gives the
people a chance to laugh off their
business worries when tho stock-
market g'oon wrong.
With new buildings going up
on every hand, it is about timo
for the calamity howlers to begin
to draw foolish comparisons bo
tween tho iino buildings of Hono
lulu and tho vacant publio build
ings and business blocks of Kan
sas boom towns.
Fromotera of the University
Extension course aro to be congra
tulated in tho success of their
efforts to make tho lectures free.
If those who desire "to read and
study and think" do not improve
this excellent opportunity offered
thorn for development, it is their
Doubtlees tbo court was right
in imposing a fine on a gcntloman
for toaohing a Chinaman a lessons
in tho rules of the road, but if
thoro is any person on earth who
can block a road more complotoly
or bo moro hoggish about it than
a Chinese or Japancso driver, he
has yet to be discovered. The on
ly wonder is that there aro not
more serious collisions.
"TJnivorsily extension is an at
tempt to aid in organizing higher
education on a basis as truly
national as tbo elomentary school
Bystom itself,." The "attempt"
has met with splendid results in
tho cities and towns of Great Bri
tain and theUnitedStates. Honolu
lu though a little late in taking up
tho work can make amends by bo
coming aative in making uao of
tho benefits tho course offers.
Anothor ally of tbo contraction
ists appoars on tho horizon. Jap
anoso vornaoalar journals advocate
that Japan offer its kind offices to
ecuro an "understanding" be
tween Aguinaldo nnd Undo Sam,
tho understanding being in tbo in
terests of Aggio's independent re
public. Japan's friendship will
doubtless bu appreciated, but tho
Americans have pcoted the sign,
" This is our shooting matob," and
it will not bo to tho advantage of
any nation to try to tko it down.
Thoro is an old saying that to
find tho end of a rainbow is to
find a pot of gold. Pedestrians
coming down Beretonm street this
morning noticed a rainbow with
ono end over the now Beretanip.
etroot sohoolhouso and tho bluer
Bomewhfiro out to sen. As tho
government has Bent tho pot of
gold for thoBdretania street school
to San Francisco it may bo sup
posed that tho heavens rejoice.
Tuov aro tho only onoo, however
thoro's no rejoicing in Honolulu.
CASK UP THIS CIC'IKTHtlKH.
If the objectors to tho Punch
bowl cemetery site would unito in
tho suggestion of somo better
place, Uhero might bo something
accomplished. This abortion
that a 'cemetery is an unsightly
placo is nothing if not a reflection
upon tho thoughtfulness of the
oommuuity. If it is a foregone
conclusion that a cemetery wher
ever located must necessarily
bo a neglected, unpleasant and
generally dilapidated tract, thou
this community must adroit that
it is far behind tho times iu its
caro for tho last resting place of
loved ones. When oitioi of tho
United States aro pajing out
thousands of dollars to beautify
and improvo the new and old
cemeteries and when eminent
landscapo gardeners aro giving
quite as much attention to ceme
teries as to parks, it is by no
means a credit to tho publio spirit
of Honolulu that a cemetery
should bo classed with a sheep
pasture and bo given no moro at
Take for instanco tho great Ar
lington cemetery near tho city of
Washington. Thero is property
situated in the midst of the best
suburban district of tbo national
capital. Although it is a "city of
the dead," no city park is moro
artistio or moro attractive than
Arlington cemetery. It is in fact
a living monumont to the honored
doad of; tho nation. If Honolulu's
rospeel for tbo doad of tho com
mon herd ends with tbo making
of tho mound nnd tbo placing of
tbo bcadstono, thon it is certainly
timo that modern missionaries
woio sent into this Cold.
Tho demand for a crematorium
is admitted on all sides, but to
judgo from tho experience in cities
of tho States, tho only way for
anything to bo accomplished in
this lino is for a fraternal order
or an association of prominent
men with money to tako tho mat
ter in hand, to build acremstorium
and placo it at tho disposal of tho
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. .
Continued from Pago 1.
J. M. Dowsett petitions for dis
charge as administrator of tho es
tate of Stephen Spencor, lato of
London, England, deceased. Re
ceipts wore $20,239 18.
Tho Supremo Court is hearing
Hawaiian Agricultural Go. vs.
Saro'l Norn's. Kinney, Bnllou &
McOlanahan for plaintiff; Hatoh
for defondant. Circuit Judge
Stanley sits in plaoo of Chief
Justice Judd, disqualified.
SUr of DKngBl Nalla.
Tho Hawaian ship Star of Hon -cal
continued on her trip to San
Francisco early this morning.
It will be remembered that tho
vessel put in hero. March 15. in
distress, tho captain having found
that his cargo of coal from New
castle whs overheated and liable
to tako fire at any moment. Quite
a lot of the coal was discharged
and everything put in a condition
cf safety before departure.
Thero will bo no moro hnskpt
ball at the Y. M. G. A. until Mnn.
day night next.
THE FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT GO. OF MARYLAND
Has completed arrangements for filing,
by ALL COURTS in the HAWAIIAN
No other Surety necessary.
Bonds of Executors, Administrators, Trustees, Receivers, Assignees,
Guardians; in Replevin, Attachment, Injunction and Appeal Cases;
Security for Costs, and all and any other Bonds required to be given by
order or decree of any Court of Law or Equity.
The business of Lawyers and their clients is especially solicited.
The Fidelity and Deposit
To-day's Honolulu Stock
,-... Canttil Kh'rV CirittI
NAMUSlUUKUuth0.IedMu., pAld Up
M trean tilt i
C. Brewer & CoJr.oos.oorJ
1 0,000 $1,000,000
AmSuCo p'd up
Ewa I'Unt'n Co
Haw'n Aftr. Coj
t, 000,000 10,000
iiflwn sufj uo
Honomu bu Co
Honokaa S Co
(Cahuku Pl'n Co
" rJ up
Klpahulu Su Co
Maunalel SC A
' " pJ up
Onomea Su Co
Paauhau S PCo
Pacific Su Mill
" " (pJup)
Waltuku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
Inter-It S N Co
t, 500,000 10,000
1 80,0c o 1,800
Haw'n Dec Co
! U-- tlTf.t i-
Mutual Tele Co
' t'd up
Haw Gov.lper c
tj Walalua, pall up. 17$; 5 Ookala Sugar Co.. 115.
Tlirntva AwKjr Money.
The Quaker Wonder Worker
throwB away money and gives
away a beautiful diamond Satur
day night. Freo medicine to tho
This ad was written while rid
ing a new 99 model Sterling bicy
cle from the Custom House where
an entry was made for a ship
ment of Sterling bicycles which
just arrived on the Alice Cook,
Die ne w 09 model travels so fast
that there was a space of nearly
12 feet covered from the time the
pencil left one word and com
menced the next.
Anyone can build a bicycle, run a Hotel,
Paint a Bam. or sell Suear Stocks, and n av
an Ukeleie. Paint and date will doctor a
cheap bicycle Into excellent Immitation of
me men erode article, but a month's us
age of each will discover a difference, the
parallel of adonkev to a race horse. Take
a good look at the Sterling before you buy
a wheel and see what a beauty the Paci-
11c ycie & Aug vo., will sell you tor
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.,
at short notice, Bonds required
Company of Maryland
407 FORT ST.,
iinMni til it
OUR SPRING STOCK
And what Innovation to anything that
has ever been shown 'in HONOLULU.
In selecting the stock we have spared 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
left the store. The stock comprises every
thing 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. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : Wamlcy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 070.
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 have commoncod with tbo first
letter nnd will run through tho alpha
bet, ono letter for each week. Head tbo
list of articles wo carry In stock.
Baskots, Itiitter Moulds,
Butter Faddlos, Butchor Knives,
Dread And Buttor Plates,
Bread And Buttor Knlvos,
Broad Bozos, Bread Fans, -.
Beer Glasses, Bon Bon Dishes,
Bon Bon Spoons, Bolls,
Bono Plates, Berry Sets,
Banquet Lamps, Bracket lamps,
Baking Shells, Brollors,
Baby Food Cups, Bake Dlsbos,
Bake Pans, Basins,
Basting Spoons, Baths (Infants),
Bowls, Broad Raisers,
Buckets, Bird Cages,
Bird's Bath, Bouillon Cups,
Bush Hooks, Brooms;
Brackets, Braces, Bits,
And many othor articles In B.
Von Holt Block, King street.
86TSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus OH Stoves.
For Rent. ,
A New, Cottage on the
beach at Waikiki, containing
4 Bedrooms, a large Lanai,
Kitchen, Patent W. C, Bath
rooms and Servants' Quarters.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Lata ol San Francisco, has optnel
A..... niicrM nrnn roTrar.n T.rniir.hiAnn
experience and constant attenJance to work at the
Coast. Mrs. Woll has acaulred the art of reflect
I fitting, and also giving lull satisfaction In the latest
)and modem fashion.
N. 8. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
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 139.
STRONG AND WHITE!
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
VfkH I rfcf- a Valuable Horse
I 3X LU?L
Vffcll Fniinrf a way t0 1eep
VOII Wsmf t0 kP yur Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs In healthy
J TTdlll. condition, and
Vrtll Cfin Yf I by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
KJU WOI1 UK II VETERINARY REMEDIES.
Read the Treatise on Diseases of Animals, and
keep a supply of REMEDIES on hand. Consult
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE J
City Furniture Store,
Tolophono 840. Lovo
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Box 679
It Furo Drugs and Chomlcals.
it Proscriptions and Family Itocolpta our specialty.
Full lino of Tollot Requisites. Flnost rorfutnos, Tollot Waters, Faco
row dors, eta., etc
tt FJectrlo Holts aro rocommondod for all Norvous Troublos, Illioumatlsm,
Lost Vitality, etc.
Jt Wo sell tho gonuino Compound Cough Syrup,
it For a DIslnfoctant uso Chlorozono.
& Elevator Oo.'s f i
because you did not have
anlmals ln E1 condition by having ?
LOTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand. M
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. I
Building, 534.-536 Fort Stfll rJ
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 6T.
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