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THE EVENING BDLLETJN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 11, 1899.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, at ato King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing coaipany.
W. R. FARKINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN Oly Editor
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1899.
Tho Excculivo Council those
days nceraa (o find its cbief aniuso
moot in ewioging tho nso whou
ovcr nuy of B. F. Dillinpham'a
interests come up for considera
tion. Tho account of tho Fair-Van-derbilt
wedding Bays "tho organ
poalod." This sounds rather
ploboiou for million dollar wed
dings. Judging from tho promi
nenco given this matrimonial
combination the (organ ought to
"ronr a million airs."
Henry Oxnard has turned ovor
his beet sugar roQnerieB to the
Sugar Trust, bnt ho doubtless cot
tinuos to po90 as tho "farmer's
friend" and hold up hie hands in
holy horror at tho eugostion of
plaoing Hawaiian angar in com
petition with tho "farmer's" pro
duct. Hardly a day goes by without
the announcement of Borao new
combine or "trust" of American
manufacturers. As the combina
tions combine the demand that the
govornment shall take n hand will
bo moro generally heard and it
may be that true socialism can bo
realized eomo whero in tho dim
A sranll gold brooch was lost ou
Fort street this morning. A suit
ablo reward is offered for tho ro
turn of same to this office. Seo
WANTS for further particulars.
Tho peoplo worrying ovor the
horrors of speculation must re
member that "Kihei" rhymes with
"Hurray" and tho American Hag
fl rnts over this territory.
Tho LondonTimes says that Ad
miral Kautz downright fashion of
saying what ho means is not in
clined to Bootho the susceptibili
ties of others. This downright fa
shion of saying what is meant ia
a peculiarity of American diplo
macy that jars tho sensibilities of
European courts that have been
accustom to clothing thoir opinions
in subtle language. It is the kind
of diplomacy, howovor, that tho
Europeans can bank on in their
future dealing with Americans.
It is said of an Amerion soldier
who deserted the ranks and went
over to Aguinaldo that "A Filipi
no -woman mado him a traitor."
Possibly this is tho wholo story,
but it was tho traitors of tho Unit
ed States Congress and tho so
called anti-oxpansion tupportors
of Aguinaldo, who sowed in the
untutored mind of tho Filipino
the seedB of hope that the Americ
an peoplo would rocognizo tho na
tional independence of the Philip
pines and bosmirch American hir
tory with tho cowardico of declar
Tho Examinor'a only lady cor
respondent at the front writes:
"I havo seen men die. I havo
watched tho surge of battlo. I
havo heard the crash of the burst
ing shells. I have ducked my
lipad at the monaco of tho eagor
Mauser ball. The wounded havo
smiled back at mo through strained
white lips. I havo known what
it means to hold tho heart while
waiting to know whether a charge
is to mean dofoat or victory. Tho
cxhaltation of tho cheer has been
mino. I havo felt tho sullen mur
dor dosiro tho shriek of the bouI
for rovengo. I3ut apprehension
of some nameless, insistent horror
is the worst of battlo and of siego."
Tho only lady correspondent
will havo roaohed tho zenith of
newspaper famo whon eIiq can
writo, "I havo imbibe! a gallon
of koiosano without winking nccl
I know what it is In chow torbac
cor anl spit blood."
UAMIIilt OVKll TO DIPLOMACY.
Now tho play for points in tho
Samoan difficulty passes into tho
hands of a Joint Commission,
wuicli, to all indications, is a
loopholo for Germany to accept
tho decision of tho majority of tho
Powers with duo regard for the
prosorvation of national honor.
Neither Great Britain or the
United States is disposed to
apologize for tho action of tho
naval and consular representa
tive1). American Embassador
Whito has stated to the Gorman
foreign offico that tho United
States regrets tho condition
of a (loirs that led up to Admiral
Kautz'e action, but thero has been
no roRiot expressed for his action
and the decision of Chiof Justico
Ohumburs continues to be ac
cepted as the key note for British
and American action.
Tho acceptance of the Joint
Commission idea is surely a
convouiont way of relieving the
strain which necessarily follows
tho clash of arms. Germany is by
no means wholo hearted in tho
support of tho work of its
Samoan officials, yet to accopt all
tho blamo and shoulder all the
responsibility by repudiating tho
acts of tho German Consul could
not bo expected of any nation,
especially whon its oppononts aro
bo stiffuecked. Sevornl weoke
will bo consumod in appointing
tho Commission and outlining Its
powers, and no one can toll how
many months will elapse beforo
this august body will rcaoh a de
cision and settle up tho Samoan
business soa that it will bold good
till tho next king is to be elected.
Meanwhile Samoa is removed
from tho stage of critical interna
tional difficulties and tho English
speaking diplomats start into tho
diplomatic gamo with tho advan
tage of being in the majority and
also with Malintoa in possession
of the throne. It may bo that
Germany can overcome this mark
ed advantage but it is doubtful.
Ruing en England.
Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lishman
are going away in tho steamer
Aoraugi tomorrow to visit Eng
land. They will cross tho conti
nent on tho Canadian Pacific
Railway, and spend a short time
seeing the city of Montreal, Their
firstobjectire point across the At
lantic will bo London. Thence
they will go to Newcastle on-Tyno,
visiting Mr. Liahman's people
thore. Ho has brothers and
sisters living in England, all of
whom will receivo a call from
their long absent brother and his
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lishman ex
pect to bo gone from Honolulu
from four to six months and
perhaps longer. Their hosts of
friends hero in thoir adopted
home will follow them with best
wishes for a good timo and a safe
roturn home with reinvigorated
Throws' Away Money.
The Quakor Wonder Worker
throws away money and gives
away a beautiful diamond Satur
day night. Freo medicine to tho
In tho Police Court this fore
noon, tho prosecution asked for a
continuance of tho case of tho
Kabuku Jopaneso until Thursday
morning nt 10. Granted.
Most Banks are taking up the Bonding of employees with a SURETY
COMPANY instead of a personal surety. Personal surety is cencrallv
good at the time of filing the bond,
times. Where all the employees are
The Fidelity and Deposit
will write if descrided a BLANKET
positions. These are the most liberal form of bonds written and permit
transfer of clerks without notice and allow claims for losses incurred
through FRAUD or DISHONESTY of employees from date of issuance
of bond to its termination, renewal periods included Blanket schedule
bonds also written for Merchants.
Send card or call for particulars
The Fidelity and Deposit
To-duy's Honolulu Stock
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WllJer S S Co
Inter-Is S N Co
Haw'n Dec Cn.
Mutual Tele Co
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Oahu Ry&L Co
100 Oahu, 375: 9oo Klhel, iHl to Wililui, assos
sablt. 106JS; 10 Walilua, paii up, 175
Manila Mall by Nltoii.
Tbo Doric from Ban Francisco
yesterday aftornoon brought about
three hundred bags of mail for
(ho soldiers in Manila, luis was
given into tho hands of the postal
authorities later on and this morn
ing it was put aboard the trans
port Uharles Poison.
This ad was written while rid
inc a new 00 model Sterline bicv
de from the Custom House where
an entry was made for a ship
ment of Sterling bicycles which
just arrived on the Alice Cook,
I he new 00 model travels so fast
that there was a space of nearly
12 leet covered ironi tne time-me
pencil left one word and com
menced the next.
Anyone can build a bicycle, run a Hotel,
Paint a Barn, or sell Suear Stocks, and play
an Ukelele. Paint and plate will doctor a
cheap bicycle Into excellent Immttatlon of
me men craue anicie, out, a montirs us
ace of each will discover a difference, the
parallel of a donkey to a race horse. Take
a good look at the StcrlhiK before you buy
a wheel and see what a beautv the Pacft
fie Cycle & Mfg Co., will sell you for
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots nt special
prices regardless of the advance in
but it canmot be relied upon at all
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Pacific Hardware Co,. Ltd.,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU,
Of a FASHIONABLE SUIT
presupposes the purchase of a FINE HAT
to complete the harmony of dress. Our
suits lire stylish and dressy, and our hats
made to match. Suits from $10.00 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 large stock, Is not a uream out
a veritable fact. Our spring patterns
have never been surpassed In the history
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. Four-ln-Hand, Club, Tesk
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrley BlOCl
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 676.
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 lmvo commoncod with tbo first
letter and will run through tbo alpha
bet, ono letter for each wook. Read tbo
list of artlclos wo carry In stock.
Iiaskots, Huttor Moulds,
Buttor Faddlos, llutclior Knives,
Jlrcad And Buttor PlatoB,
llroad And Buttor Knivos,
Broad Boxes, Broad Fans,
Boor Glasses, Bon Bon Dlsbos,
Bon Bon Spoons, Bolls,
Bono Flatos, Horry Sots,
Banquet Lamps, Bracket Lamps,
Baking Shells, Brollors,
Baby Food Cups, Bako Dlsbos,
Bako Fans, Basins,
Basting Spoons, Baths (Infants),
Bowls, Broad italsois,
Buckets, Bird Cages,
Bird's Bath, Bouillon Cups,
Bush Ilooks, Brooms;
Brackets, Bracos, Bits,
And many othor artlclos In B.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
KBr-Sole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney 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.
Lite of San Francisco, hai opened
At the QUEEN HOTEL COTTAGE, Through lone
experience And constant attendance ta work at th
uoaii. Airs, won nat acou rea me art or eerrrt t
fitting, and also giving lull satisfaction In the latest
land modern fashion. j
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 300x300.
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 Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAV1ES GO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
The Rock Lick Block
Is a discovery, the result of thirty years' practical experience In the doctoring of
STOCK for worms and parasitic diseases. It is UNANIMOUSLY declared by
STOCK OWNERS who have used It to be the most Important vererinary discovery
ever brought under their notice.
In cases of WORMS, BOTTS, pleura, TUBERCULOSIS, Texas fever, milk and
other fevers, Its value as a preventive Is incalculable; as a cure Immeasurable.
Acting as it does both as a tonic and restorative, animals accustomed to use the
Rock Lick Block are rendered sufficiently strong constitutionally to resist parasites
and worms of all kinds. Millions of Stock die annully (sheep In particular) from
wasting, dropsical, or bottled diseases, notwithstanding that they are drenched
repeatedly, as well as receiving a continuous supply of salt and Iron.
Horace suffer from botts and woims, and require to have them removed, as well
as having a tonic.
Dairy Cows suffer from fever, sunstroke, tuberculosis, pleura, Inflammation of
the feet, Inflamed udders, etc., etc.
The use of the Rock Lick Block entirely supersedes the primitive and expen'
sive system of drenching. All animals take It readily.
O.W. MACFARLAWE, A genfc.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. DOX 679
T'nrA TlrilftH null Plinmlpnlu
lVoscrlntlonR ami Vmnllv Ttnnnlntu
It Fllll lino of Tollot ItodulsllflH.
1 .A. .Ill t hu A.n i.
U Klectrlo Bolts aro recommondod
Lost Vitality, oto.
wo sou tno gonuino Compound Cough Syrup,
For a Disinfectant uso Cblorozono.
Writ's Villa ai MM
Select Bathing Resort
Rooms and Board.
-Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
Building, 5,'M-530 Tort St,
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
rltlnKt TVirfiimnn. Tnllnt TVoln-o t'.i
for all Nervous Troubles, Itlioumatlsin,
534 FORT ST.,
Near corner of Chaplain Uni
Cleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
iim in uiw pest possipie manner
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of all kinds of Native
Woods. CALAtlASIICS In Hockandto order.
KINO STREET,' . NEAR ALAPAU.
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