Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 19, 1899, Page 4, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
9W"S? J8r' IT TSgK: JWWQgl&PWQFJ &? J"
THE EVENING BULLETJN: BONOLULt), B. I., APETL 19, 1899.
K Evening Bulletin,
Hj ' ffubllthtj Every Div. ncpt Sun.1iy. t (to King
HHra itrcct, Honolulu, II. I., by th
iBlfl BULLRTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAKHINGTON Editor
BANIEL UjflAN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 19, 1899.
Tho ollicinl organ having no tle
fonso tooffer for tboslrifMiig policy
of Mr. Dolo noil hit ollicifilB tnke
iho usual conrnf of damning tlio
Amoricnu offlcioh nnd Batiufyiny;
its ill coucoEled patty perdouil
POWKIt IX Ht'.NNIMJ sritKASIH.
Tho Bchoino to develop tlio
power iu tho ctrenm9 of Knuni
nnd tnuiemit through tho oleclri
cril nipdium, this' power (o tho
plnultttion mMIb and pumping
plnnta id by nil odds one of tlio
mostiraporlnnt dopii tares of these
progressive cloys. With conl nn
oxpemive ueceagily iu nil pump
ing oporntioos, it is rnther to bo
wondered thnt the notivo Ihihi'upbb
men bnvo not givon tho power of
tho slreuma more sotiouB ntteu
tion iu yenrn rcji by. Good coin
that hns burn burned in the
pumpiug plant coal may be turn
ed into corporation treasuries, und
another problem of ways nnd
moans to meet sharp competition
without reducing tho earning
capacity is solved.
Utilizing mountain streams
and rivers for motivo power is no
experiment. Atuoricans, Germans
end uoarly evoiy peoplo on the
face of tho globo interested in
manufacturing havo in ado use of
tho latent energy which the prac
tical electrical engineer has placed
at their disposal. Eiiwaii has
made prompt use of tho money
saving benefits ubich 'ho chomibt
and tho mechanical engineer hnvo
ovolvod. Now tho start has been
made, it is not likely that the
modem progress in olectrical en
ginoering vil! bo overlooked.
"goo aoo srTKsTiKv."
Tho anticipated happens. Tho
official organ of tin Hawaiian
government Hiys ti.at tho latest
labor view of tho Executive U
"correct." Apologizing for tho
Biidden awakening of the Execu
tive the orgnu Bays thnt "judges
aro constantly reversing their own
opinions" and "statesmen change
their policies." A'ery true, but
tho organ knows that n more
patent comparison would bo that
thieves changn thoir policies
when they find then) is n buiglar
alarm iu a hnu&o tlioy iotend to
rob." For months following an
nexation Mr. Dole nnd his ad
visors held that the constitution
nnd laws of tlio United States was
a falso alarm. Now for personal
political reasons the official lead
ers seek to obliterate the false
alarm interpretation and convince
the people in Wellington that it
is the pl'uitmj who must bo
blamed for tlio illegal work of the
past; that tho Executive is un
aggregation of "googoo" statesmen
who never do anything wrong.
Tho whulo atTair is auothor
shining example of tho Aguiualdo
bravery of the Exec'ilive. Having
witnessed A,uinaldo's downfall
however tho brmn. inau'8 burden
is no longer a mailer of interest;
that mud be carried by the plant
ers, tho btwiuo-s coiumuuity or
any old thing to n good front can
bo made in Washington. Mem
bers of tho Exfuiivo havo ex
plained Mr. Di)lart action with
eullicieut variety so that whatever
happens Mr Dolo emtio quotiri
as being tho author nnd sole
champion of anything that ap
ppars hopeful of being the win
Meauwhilo tlio ofilcial organ
vill coutimw its ultncks on the
Ainerictn oflieials in Httunif,
thnreby working oil' iin iitniily
on Btraightforward AmoricauiNin
Let tho woik go on, it injures no
odo but tho Dole circle.
HOW LIEUT. LANSDALB DIED.
Continued from l'ngo 1.
bela and Bunt succcoded iu es
caping to tho beach, although
soverely stabbed in one foot.
Tho same nicht tho fiionulics
found tho bodies of all tho offi
cers, headless. The bodies wcro
buried with nil honors at Mnliuuu
on Easter Sunday. Thoir heads
wero Biuwciueutly brooizut in hy
some French priests and tho
craves wero reop'ned nnd tho
heRds buried witli tue uouies.
Lieutenants Freoman nudLands
dalo wero capable and popular
officors. Tho formor was single
and tho latter was marriid in
Juno. Tho officeiB who retuined
aro Lieutenant Georgo E. Cave, of
tho Porpoise nnd Lieutenaut 0.
M. PorkiuB of the Philadelphia.
Ml behaved splendidly. Lieut
enant Cavo took command of tho
Captain Sturdcc, of tho Por
poise, was away on the expedition
with his cruisor and G aunt's bri
gade was nlno absent on duty.
Tho Iohr of tho onomy in not
known, but probably GO of tho re
bels were killed and many wore
Tho bodies of tho tbreo robels
wero found uonr whore Lion tenant
Liudsdalo nnd Ensign Monaghau
of the Philadelphia wero killed
lho priests buried thirty-eight
robels and much blood was seon
on the road over which tho Ma
tnafans had boon dragging nway
their dead and wounded. Tliero
wore also pools of blood bohind
tho cocoanuts treis, tho bullets
from the American nnd British
rifles goiug right through thick
trees nnd killing men hiding bo
hind them. Somo of the lobelt?
firod from the tops of cocoanut
palms. The robels opened fire
noarthc town last ovoning.
It is proposed to summon nn
other warship to distribute moro
arms among tho friendlios nnd to
import additional friendlics from
Tutlieu. It is also suggested that
troops might bo obtained from
Now Zealand or Sydney, N. S. W.
If n sufficient quantity of arras
could bo obtuiurd about 2000
friendlies could be utcd aeaiust
the Matnafana. But they are not
bravo and hnvo not shown fight
ing qualities, excepting those
with Gaunt's brigade nnd that
force may not accomplish much.
Admiral Kautz, Captain E
Whito, of tho Philadelphia, and
tlw American officers geuernlly
hnvo earned golden opinions, an
have Captains Slunr nnd Sturdcc,
of the British Nnvy. They nre
doing overything posssiblo nnd
evory ono recognizes that bettor
men could -uot bo handling the
Tho Samoans sny Mntnafa, on
threo occasions, has resolved to
surrender, but lho German consul,
Horr Rose, advised him not to do
so, and he now says ho will never
givo in, but will fight to tho death.
A K"n Murderer Arrlrr.
Among tho deck pnusengera in
tho Upolu this forenoon was Hm
ry Knhunnui, tho Hookena nativo
who murdered his father-in-law
at Eaohe, North Koua, last Tuop
dny. He camo in charge of Offi
cer John Kaimana nnd was nent
out to Odhu jail for safe keeping.
It will bo remembered that En
huamii clubbed his father-iu-law
to denth whilo working
with him iu n taro patch. The
mntdcror ban been iu iho motvio
asylum boforo and it is believed
that the old man was killed dor
iug a fit of insanity of the foimer.
Small .ids. in the Bulletin arc not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
Why will a man refuse the reciuest of a
friend to endorse his
sory note tor One Thousand Dollars, and at
the same time become his surety for Ten
Thousand Dollars without the slightest hesi
The hist time this question was asked the public some local wit sent
the following reply : Because lie's a fool."
Perhaps the wit is right, but we think it more likely the man had
never heard that
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
were doing business in Honolulu and furnishing SURETY BONDS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION for a small annual premium. By the way,
did YOU know it?
Call and get particulars.
The Fidelity and Deposit
C. Brewer & Co$i,oo3,oocio,ooofi,ooo,oxj
1 HAwn Apr. Cn
Hiwn Suk Co
Honomu Su Co
Monokii S Cn
KonSCo rJ ur
" rJ uf
OnomfA Su Co
Pacihc Su Mill
Pali Planfn Crt
PerMil.eo Su C
" " PJUP)
160,000 t,6on x6o,ooc
1 00,00c ,ooo
t, 000,000' io,ooo(
Walluku Stt Co
9 J 1,000
WlUw 3 S Co
lnterN S K Co
tun tier Co.
Mutual Tf Co
" " i J UP
flaw Gov.fpf r cl
9oWtitua. 180: iotlaw'n Sucar. 9: 40 Haw'n
SuRtr, 995: low.ilalua Assessable, titjii lowaia
lual'alJ up. i8jH'. 5 Walalua Pa I J up, i8iM; to
naw n oupar, 930; 50 iiaw n augar, 9o; 90 nw n
Supflr. aiiW: i Walalua Asfssabte in. Walalua
Assessable, 115; 10 Haw'n Sugar. 9K.
lunclibnw! Penpto Will Hrjolco.
Tho Punchbowl people who
kept atendily at tho Lcyinlaturo
fiurinu its last f-ceion for tho re
moval of tho powder magazine
from tho slopos of Punchbowl to a
placo whero dancer from an ex
plosion of its contents would be
lodnred to a minimum can now
throw up their hats and shout, for
the old magnzina will be remov
ed to tho new ono somo timo next
Honolulu H. I. April 19 1899.
The Evening Bulletin:
Dear Sirs: You will please discontinue
our idvertismMit of the Sterling bicycle
until you receive further instructions. It
is simply impossible to supply the de
mand lor them at the rate the factory has
been shipping them to us. You may,
however, fill up our three-inch space with
a notice to the effect that we have twenty
fic High Gradi Kemlngtonn and Cresent
bicycles on hand that we will sell at cost.
We are compelled to do this to make room
for a carload of '99 Sterlings now In tran
sit. We find It necessary to order Jthem
In carload lots in order that we may 'sell
them at 56o. We have cancelled all con
tracts for other makes of wheels and In
the future will handle the Sterling exclu
sively. Yours truly,
PACIFIC CYCLE & MFG. CO.
Ehler's Building, Fort street,
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
three months' promis
Company of Maryland,
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd..
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
OUR WISH -
Voyage and a
Safe Return to
J. 3UL WEBB,
316 FORT STREET.
The Whirl Begins
Our golf shirts have arrived, and
such a line has rever before been
exhibited in Honolulu.
A clean sweep of all our last
year's stock left us, at the begin
ning of the year, without shirts.
NOVV we have the brightest and
most perfect shirts of the shirt
makers' art. They are exclusive
patterns, manufactured expressly
for our order.
Our clothing does not need ad
vertising, and so with our hats.
All of our goods speak for them
selves. All we ask Is that you give us a
call. If you buy and are not sat
isfied your money Is yours to
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTefley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. g-n, Hotel St.
FOR THE KITCHEN
For $100, or 10 Cents
FOR A SINGLE ONE.
You can make your own assortment.
See them in our Big Window.
In a few days we will display a new
Blue Flame Oil Stove
which has no superior, and Invite you to
come and inspect it.
Von Holt Block, King street.
SQySole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Sfoves, 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.
A dividend for the six months endhiR
March 31st, was this day, declared by the
Directors of the Pacific Hardware Co,,
Ltd., payable to stockholders of record of
that date and due April soth, iKoo.
L E. I'INKHAM,
1 Trc isurcr
Honolulu, April 4lh, 1. ' nSMt
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Sf vie. nnd Fit
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy a homo and by so doing eccuro
monthly dividends, this is onr advice,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. Howovcr, if you havo tho
fevev and want to speculate in Stocks,
wo will givo careful attention to any or
dors placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s
THEO. H. DAVES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The Rock Lick Block I
To the Dnlrymnn It Is of very great Importance; To the Sheep Fnrmcp
It Is an Imperative requisite. No horse or cattle owner can afford to be without It.
No parasite can continue In the body of animals that get it.
Rock Lick Block, besides being a ereat herbal medicine tonic, a sure worm
and parasite destroyer, a blood purifier, builds up and strengthens the constitution In
a remarkable manrer, at the cost of Sulphate ol Iron and Salt. Our directions are
given to economise; It leaves no Injurious effects If taken continuously, and It con
tains no poison,
Sheep should get this Lick as a preventive.
Dulry Cows,-As a preventive to pleura, tuberculosis, Inllamatlon of the
feet, stomach sickness, Impaction of the stomach, etc., It has no equal. Keep a cou
ple of boxes In your milking yard.
In attacks of all diseases allow the Lick continuously until the disease
II opc8. Stock and all grass fed horses should get It monthly. Young horses
are especially subject to worms, botts, and other ailments which this Lick Is a
specific for. In tropical climates the horse Is subject to parasitical diseases which
cause great weakness, debility, paralysis, and death. This Lick Is a remedy.
All outbreaks of strangles, pinkeye, Influenza, malignant sore throat, are modified by
the use of the Lick.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RBNT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 810. Lovo Building, 5.4M-53G Fort St.
HOMOLULtJ DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STOP.G. VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
P' ' "X 79, TrLlPHONH J6,
Our GRIPPI: GipsulM, the thing that cure. 25 cents per box.
-BROMO KOLA CURES NERVOUS HEADACHES. The best for
SEASICKNESS. Is a true nerve tonic, does net depress.
Fin Oigara and Tobooo.
Will's Villa ai IMiiai
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Hoard.
Uaths Free to Guests.
J. P. IIAYWARD, Manager.
Real Estate Agent.
534 FORT ST.,
T naf corntr ol bhipliln I
Cleaning nj NrpaHnK al Short Nolle,
ani In ,ri bu pnIM manner
-Near corntr ol Chipliln LDt
TUUNFHS ANIU'OUSIII'KS ol all Unit of Natlva
Woo4. CALAIIASIII S In tlick.inJtoorJr.
KINO STHrXT, . NEAH ALAPAI,
frrf1'Mjliiiiliit?ir t -'