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THE EVENING I3ULLETJN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL. 8, 1899.
FablUhed Every Day, except Sunday, it tto Klne
(treet, Honolulu. II, I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
8ATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1899.
Mr. Dolo will have to getupnn
otbor coraatory oxcum'on. The
wagonotto brenk down on the
Punchbowl trip ivnB n auro enough
If tbero is ono man in Hawnii
who is honestly in fnvor of white,
labor for tho plantations nud
willing to tako whatever
financial risks may bo oo
tailt'd by tho oxporiraout that
man is J. 13. Onstle. Tho results
of his ntfjoaiation with Col.
"Whyto in tho whito labor project
will bo awaited with hopeful in
terest. In tho recent city election of
Portland Me., tho city whore the
Prohibition movement was first
inaugurated, the Prohibition party
did not etist enough votes to give
it n place among the regular par
tics at tho noxt election. Thus tho
great compulsory total abstinence
Bchcmo that was to compaio "with
tho abolitionist movement in its
national importance" suffers prno
tical death in the homo of its birth.
Tho' Prohibition party will eoon
be resting in the political grave
yard along with tho Farmer's
Alliance, the A. P. A. and tho Po
pulists of the west.
Tho centralization of the charit
able associations of tho city should
appeal to the peoplo of tho city
from a purely business standpoint.
No money demands moro caroful
guardianship than that invested in
charitable purposes. Those who
need and are worthy of assistance
aro by no means tho first to apply
for it and the unworthy often play
between tho individual organiza
tions and mako a business of bo
ing carried along by cbaritablo
lands. By the association of cha
rities moro work can be done and
tho money and work placed whore
it will do the most good.
Late despatches find tho Ame
rican troops within three miles of
Malolos the headquarters of Agui
naldo's republic. Tho fighting
continues fierce, tho Filipinos
struggling with a desparation
born of a fear of death if they do
not fight and a certain amount
of fanatical hope that their cause
may win. Men have been found
in tho captured tronohes with
their throats oat, supposedly pun
ishment imposed by Filipino offi
cers for tho rofusal of tho men to
fight. American troops are car
rying forward their work with tho
old time enthusiasm. Tho insur
gent capital will soon bo in tho
hands of tho American and the
guorilla warfare will soon begin.
Pollra Called to WalaLr.
At about 7 o'clock last evening
a message was roceivod at the
police station from Paul Issnberg
at Waialae, stating that a native
woman had been cut iu four
placeB, that sbo was dying aud
that tho murderer, her own hus
band, was at hand. This message
was communicated to Deputy
Marshal Ohillingworth who, to
gothor with Dr. Emerson, started
out in Olms. Dubsou's hack.
When they had got boynnd Kai
mnki, they experienced many
difficulties. Tho strong winds
put out tho lights and tho rough
road played havoo with the back.
Tho driver finally declared that
ho could no longer drivo and
Ohillingworth took the reins.
Finally arriving at Waialoo, in
quiries wore made. It was found
that tho native woman had only
fainted. Tbero was no question
that lior husband had struck her.
In tho police court this morning,
Pahimoo, tho assailant had sen
tence suspendod for a month, Ka
hilina, the wife, testifying that
hor husband had but slapped her
in tho face.
President MoKinloy will soon
issue a call for 25,000 volunteers.
Tho special meeting of stock
holders of Ewa Plantation Co. ad
journed for threo weeks without
having dono any business. It is
understood that tho matter of
amending tho charter, for which
the meeting was called, was for
tbo purpose of increasing tho capi
tal stock by $2,000,000. Tho una
uimous opinion of thoso who came
to tho meeting was that it was
best to go slow, so that ovary
holdor of a share misbt lmvo an
opportunity of boing hoard in the
matter. Uence the adjournment.
While Labor from NorthMVM.
Colonel Albert Whyto has an
idoa that white labor for agricul
tural industry in these islands
may bo procured from tbo North
west of the United States. Its in
troduction would bo undor somo
sort of profit sharing sohemo liko
that initiatod by Mr. Lowrio at
iMva when bo was managor there.
Col. "Whyto has conferred with
Jub. 13. Castle on tho subject, and
no doubt tho matter will bo furth
About Molona, Kanal.
Tho Waialealo arrived from Ma
kaweli this morning with the
news that a meeting of thoso in
terested in the proposed planta
tion on tbo Moloaa plains, bo
tweou Kilauoa and Eoalia, would
bo hold today.
Nothing had boon definitely ar
ranged but tho proposition was
being steadily pushed ahead.
Guns. 13. Mukeo, formorly head
luna of the Makeo Sugar Co. is
prbmiuont in tho matter. He will
probably bo tho managor.
Moloaa is a good proposition.
Water can bo obtained very easily
frqm stroams and wells.
Tho Morning Star did not got
yesterday afternoon. Tho ser
vices wero conducted by Rov. O.
P. Emerson. Rov. O. P.
Gulick made a short address in
which he encouraged tho depart
ing missionaries in their work
Mr. Do La Porte, a missionary to
rieasant Island, respondod. Rov
Hiram Bingham made a few re
marks and then tho bonodiction
was pronounced. Shortly after
wards, tho Morning Star sailed to
remain away until early in 1900.
Dotting tho Kilurard O'llrlrn Coal.
Kano, a former hnckdrivor, and
David Kiha, are making quito a
good thing out of tho coal from
tho Edward O'Brien. They go
out with a small scow every day
and tako tho coal tboy find in tho
shallow water. Last week, they
succoedod in getting eight tons
whioh they sold for $8 a ton. They
aro aro busy at work today getting
thoir scow fixed up.
Hand mown Iltray.
A lot of the sand that was
pumped into tho proposed marine
park recently was blown into tbo
channol in perfect clouds all day
yesterday. This makes it uboIosb
withjquito a good deal of tho work
dono" by the dredger.
00,000 for Coffee Landi.
The land of Olaa Coffee Co. has
boen sold to Dr. A. E. Nichols
representing tho Olaa Sugar Com
pany for the Bum of $90,000. Tho
money was deposited in tho Bank
of Hawaii this afternoon.
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
THE FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO. OF MARYLAND
Has completed arrangements for filing, at short notice, Bonds required
by ALL, COURTS in the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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 otlier 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
NAME STOCK! CfPl!jdlf..W Caglul
C Brewer & Co It.ooo.ood
1 0,000 ft, 000,000
niu.jMVirlp u wr'
fcwariaru n uo
Hi mo Plan Co
Haw'n Afr. Co
Haw'n Sutr Co
1 7 5.000
Honomu Su Co
HonokAA S Co
Kona SuCo, Ass
1 80,0c o 1,800
Maunalel SC t
" " pi up
Onomea Su Co
l ,000,000 to.oooj
1, 350,0001 3,5J
Paauhau S PCo
racinc ou niui
Pa la Plant'n Co
Pepeckeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
" ' (pJup)
Walluku Su Co
t ( 330,00c
Wilder S S Co
IntefU S N Co
Haw n dec Co
Mutual Tele Co
9,000,000 90, OOC-
Haw Govper c
Oahu Ry&L Co
joo K'lhel. 1 j: 4 1 j KIM. iiM; a?j Klhel, 18; 975 Klhtl.
iSJJ; jo Klhtl 90; 10 Walmea, lit. )T Cw, 400: 15
Ewa, 400: 5 Haw'n Electric. co; 6 watalua.Pald up,
ttj: loWalalua Aji., 105: jWalalua Ai , 105: J5
Walalua Ass., ioj; to Haw'n Aer.. soo.
A Mlracln Performed.
A lady enrod in one day of
deafnoss of twonty-fivo years'
standinc by tho Quaker Wonder
This ad was written while rl J
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,
1 he new 99 model travels so last
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 Sugar Stocks, and play
an Ukelele. Paint and plate will doctor a
cheap bicycle Into excellent Immitatlon of
the high grade article, but a month's us
age of each will discover a difference, the
parallel of a donkey to a race horse. -Take
a good look at the Sterling before you buy
a wheel and see what a beauty the Paci
fic Cycle & Mfg Co., will sell you for
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Iiffiliwe Co., Ltd.,
Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
Of a FASHIONABLE SUIT
presupposes the purchase of a FINE HAT
to complete the harmony of dress. Our
suits ure stylish and dressy, and our hats
made to match. Suits from lio.oo up.
Spring Hats both In straw, and felt from
The varied styles, the wonderful variety
of silks which mark the high-class neck
wear In our laree stock. Is not a dream but
a veritable fact. Our spring patterns
nave never Deen surpasseu in tne nistory
of neck dress. Whether style of silk or
pattern, or the most dressy or fashionable,
we have It. Prices from 25 cents up.
Bat ties. Ascot. FouMn-Hand. Club. Tesk
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street ': : WaTerley BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono 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 I
310 Fort Street,
J. IVl. WEBB.
B B B
Wo lmvo commoncod with the first
letter and will run through tho alpha
bet, 0110 lettor (or each week. Head tho
list of artlclos wo carry in stock.
Baskots, Butter Moulds,
Butter Paddles, Butcher Knlvos,
Broad And Butter Plates,
Bread And Butter Knives,
Broad Boxes, Bread Fans,
Boer (Classes, Bon Bon Dishes,
Bon Bon Spoons, Bells,
Bono Flates, Berry Sets,
Banquet Lamps, Bracket Lamps,
Baking Shells, Broilers,
Baby Food Cups, Bako DIbuos,
Bako Fans, Basins,
Basting Spoons, Baths (Infants),
Bowls, Broad Ralsois,
Buckets, Bird Cages,
Bird's Bath, Bouillon Cups,
Bush Hooks, Brooms;
Brackets, Bracos, Bits,
And many other articles in B,
Vou Holt Block, King street.
("Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gumey Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
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.
Late of Sin Tranclsco, has opened
At the QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE. Through lone
experience and constant attendance to work at the
Coast, Mrs. Woll has acquired the art of perfect
rutins, and also clvlng full satisfaction In the latest
and modern fashion.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,
That Elegant Residence of Thos,
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x300.
T 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 ail 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 Go.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ff f net" a Valuable Horse because you did not have
I VFU LUL POTTIE'S REMEDIES.
Vau FTrklinH a way to keep animals In good condition by having
,UU rUU,,U POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
Vrfcll Wni- to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs In healthy
IUU "aut condition, and
Vrkll Ton hn I by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
I JU Willi UU 11 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 840. Love Building, 53530 Tort St.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. DOX 679
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St Puro Drugs and Chemicals,
t Proscriptions and Family Itocolpts our spoclalty.
tt , Full lino of Tollot KonulBltos. llnost rorfuines, Tollot Waters. Faco
Powders, oto., otc. - '
K ,S,e?.t.r, Bolts nro racommondod for nil Nervous Troubles, Ithournatlsm,
w ..n..., u.w.
Jt Wo Bell tho gonulno Compound Cough Syrup.
tf For a Dlalnfoctant uso Chlorozono.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
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