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THE EVENING BtlLLETJN: HONOLULU, D. I., APEIL 21, 1899.
Wished Everv I)iv, except Sunday, at no King
street. Honolulu, II. I., by the
ULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
W. R. PARRINGTON EJIlor
DNICI. tOtUN City EJIlor
Post Omui Hox 404
MONDAY, AP1IIL 24, 1S99.
Abking Mr. Dolo about the con
stitution at tho United States it
liko livteuing for tlio sphinx to
sjicnk cfpccmlly wlion th urns
light shed upon that document bj
virtue of Ijiii; nnuths of Htudj iw
n light tlint fuilotl.
Ililo i all richt ami is bnnnri
to be one of the great cities of Hn
wan, but when tlio kickers club
meets to call Honolulu names, it
should 1)3 remembered Hint
during 1S9S, Honolulu paid tnxw
to the amount of S25-1, 592.90 and
the whole island of Hawaii paid
Gaiter Harrison, after sweeping
cx-Goveruor Altgnld into the po
lilical wtutu basket in tlio Chicnpo
municipal campaign, will attend
Col. Bryan's cheap dollar Jettor
Eouiau diuuer in New York. It
is an opcu question whether Har
rison iuleuds to get on and lido
with Bryan or upset him in his
A coi respondent of on American
paper published in Manila sign
ing himself " Justar Begulor "
writes, "At the clo90 of business
Saturday March 18, tho total
number of insurgent1) reported
killed was 38,70-1. Nearly nil
these vero brought to their grime
by volunteer regiments. We
were informed at tho beginning
that tho Filipino forces did not
osceed tliitty-tivo to forty thous
and nud 1 am certain some are
left outbido of our Hues." Even
tho volunteer troopB are begin
ning to cry "enough" ou account
oE tho surfeit of glory that is
given them by homo papers. Tho
boys aro doing their duty and are
fijhting wiuuirg buttles from
s'art ,to finish, but tho Filipinos
have uot been completely "slaugh
tered" and among tho men in the
fighting front tho division of
honors among volunteers aud reg
uIoib is even.
WIIA NKEI T1IK HUIIPLV.S.
Minister Damon has wisely
kpt out of any controversy which
wmld lead him to defend his
notion in not dealing out public
funds with a more liberal hnnd.
The annual roport of tho Minister
of Finance and Auditor General
Bpeaks for itself aud it ib apparent
that Mr. Damon uoeda no further
dofonco than a reference to his
current account balance Bheet.
Tho Minister has beeu
playing a careful hand on account
of tho probable loss, at a not far
distant day, of sources of revenue
that will bo taken over by tho
Federal governmont.The figuresfor
tho pi6tyenr indicate that Mr. Da
mon's conservative policy is not as
ill ndvisi'd n his opponents repre
sent. Tlio incomo for tho year,
less tho revenue from the customs
and postollico departments, was
Sl,08.r),(i57.:i(Ji the general expenses
not including interodt on loans,
oxporwos of tho customs and postal
departments was 1,778,090 99.
ThuB had American laws boon ox
tonded to Hawaii at tho beginning
of tliu fiscal year tho Minister of
Finance would have had to faco 11
delicit of about S200,CO.
Extension of American laws
will cut off over fifty percent of
Hawaii's present income while tho
reduction of expeuhes in depart
mental pay rolls will not bo more
t iau twenty five percent. There is
m qu'Ftiou thot Mr. Damon will
find nn opportunity to ubo tho
ea plus hu is carrying in tho in
forests of the piople, whou Ameri
STOCK DEALING MORALITY.
Continued from l'ngo 1.
heartily say "Anion." His eer
mon was ou tho rich man and tin
needlo'B eye, demonstrating thai
the Saviour's words did not con
vey the minning that tho posse
sion of wealth debarred ouo fron
the kingdom of heaven, lliches.
on tho coutrary, when Boughl
from good motives and dovoteil ti
good purposes wore in tho Scrip
tures shown to be n blessing.
AN I2XCITINU IIU.N.
Doputy Marshal Ohillingworth
and a number of mounted aud
bicycle patiolmau had nu exciting
run up Nuiianu street to Kauma
l;ni ili church Sunday night. It
was about 8 o'clock when three
children rushed into the police
station aud uiadx tho statement
that thoio was a big fight iu pro
rii'bs in tho vicinity of Kaumnka
pili church. Tho officers about
ten iu all, hurried to tho scene
and found a large crowd collected
about two dogs that woro indulg
ing iu a fight to n finith. The
police had following them, a
crowd of about two Insured ppo
pie, so that the number already at
tho placo whs greatly swelled. Of
course the officers were very much
It turned out that tho children
were telling tho- truth about the
matter. A sailor from one of tho
merchantman in port wont up to a
plnco back of Kaumakapili early
iu tho evening aud begau to insult
a young native girl who hud re
fused to go along with him. Tho
natives of tho vicinity wero very
nnpjry when they found what the
white man had done and chased
after him. When tho follow
reached tho main street, ho stum
bled and fell. Tho natives then
jumped on him and started to givo
him a good drubbing. Just at
thot time, Officer Peahi, who lives
in tho vicinity, ran up, with his
dng following. Tho uuinial spied
nn ouoniy and gave fight at once.
T'lio natives forgot nbout tho white
uinti, allowed him to escape aud
and turned their attention to the
Tho altondanco Bt tho Orphoum
did not show any falling off, on
Saturday evening tho Beating ac
commodation boiug ngtiin tested
to the fullest capacity Tho farce
"An Irishman') Mishap" iu which
woro Muy Ashley, Myrtle Gray
ham, Post, Pollard, Howard aud
Kt:efe wrb full of ludicrous eoy
ings nud situations boiug funny
enough to rai-o a smile on a cra
ven image. Tho members parti
cipating ably filled their respective
parts causing roars ot lauguior.
Mr. Matt Koofo sang the popular
melody "Just Our Girl," also "I
Lovo You Iu the Sntne Old Way,'
with sweet potboi.
Vnruly Nallori on 1'ort Street.
Thorn was trouble neur one of
tho Port streot saloons bMweon 8
aud 9 o'clock Saturday night wlion
a number of sailors attempted to
got tho best of the police.
Several reputable citizens who
happened to bo passing at tho
time and saw what odds the pjlico
had to fight against, offered their
services to Captain Parkor. This
wttB refused as tho senior captain
thought his meu with clubs out
could take caro of all there woro
in sight at the time.
Mrs. F. M. Wakefield of Hilo
has corao to town to join her hus
band. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield
are guests at tho Hawaiian hotel.
Tho sohoouor Kaiulani is com
ing into port as the Bulletin goes
To-diiy's Honolulu Stock
NAMBSTOCKHjflr. Cfiliflj pU jAtltd
Uw'n Agr. Co
law'n Sue Co
-Jonomu bu Co
tonokan S Co
.Maunalel SC A
" ' rJ ur
OahuS Co. .
Onomen Su Co
Pacific Su Mill1
Pioneer Mill Co
" " (pJup),
Walluku Su Co
WlUer S S Co
Haw n Llec Co.
Mutual Tele Co
Haw Gov.Cper c
Oahu R)&L Lot
" p d up
9,000,000 90,000 l.OOO.OCO
175000 t,f$o 173,000
3oo,ooo j.ooo 300,000
5oo,ooo 5,000 500,000
500,000 5,000 500,000
1, 500,000 10,000
1, 500,000 jo.oco 1,500,000
160.000 i,6oo 160,00c
300.0001 J.oooj 300,000
iSo.Ofo 1,8001 lPo.OOQ
000,0001 g.oonj go.ooc
100.0001 l,0O(J loo.oou
1,000,00010,000! 1 ,000,000
500,000. 3,000! 500,000
150.000 1,500 150,000
5,coo,too 100,000 5,000,000
500.0001 5,tojj 500.000
750,000' 7,500 750,000
750,000 7,50a 750,000
30J.OOO 3,000! 300,000
700,000 7,000 700,000
959,000 9,590 959,000
123,000 1,950 195,000
a WnUlua, aseaH. 111H; mO.R.IiL Co.,
110; loMaunaltl, is: $ .Viiina!el, 15; 35 Walilua,
rail up, i8iHi IS Oahu, 180; 10 K'lhtl, i); 40 K'lliel.
The most popular portrait of
the late Princess Kaiulani is the
one taken by Taber showing
her in street dress in easy pose
with purse in hand and wear
ing a very becoming hat with
ostrich plumes. KING BROS,
have them for sale.
Honolulu H. I. April 19 1S99.
The Evening Bulletin:
Dear Slis: You will please discontinue
our advertlsment rf the Sterling bicycle
until you receive further Instructions. It
Is simply impossible to supply the de
mand for them at the rate the factory has
been shipping them to us. You may,
however, (ill up our three-Inch space with
a notice to the effect that we have twenty
five High Grade Remingtons and Cresent
bicycles on lund that we will sell at cost.
We are compelled to do this to make room
for a carload of V) Sterlings now In tran
sit. We find It necessary to order them
In carload lots In order that we may sell
tliein at fob. We have cancelled all con
tracts for other makes of wheels and In
the future will handle the Sterling exclu
sively. Yours tnilv,
PACIFIC CYCLE & MFG. CO.
Ehler's Uulldlng, Fort street,
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE 1
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Sets of Old Hawaiian Stamps,
Hawaiian Souvenir Cuff Buttons,
Hawaiian Photographic Views,
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
FOR SALE AT THE
316 FORT STREET.
A BARGAIN IN
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also received a fine selection
of Bows, Pufls, Tecks, Ascots, and Impe
rials, wnlcli we can sell at prices irom 25c
Our Golf and Negligee Shirts, both
Men's and Boys', are the finest and the
largest assortment we ever had.,,
A new line of Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's clothing just arrived from the East,
which we are selling at very low prices.
Boys' all wool Pants, 50 and 75c.
Boys' Fedora Hats from $1.50 to $2.00.
In fact all our goods ore low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
GENUINE TRABE WINNERB
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment o? Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
Ami buy a homo and by so doing sccuro
monthly dividends, this is our ndvico,
and we have some bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you havo tho
fever and want to sneeulato in Stocks,
wo will givo careful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
L. C. ABLBS,
Stock Broker and Real Estate Agent.
315 Fort Street. Telephone 139.
Boon to Horses.
The greatest remedy known in the treatment of bad backs
and shoulders in horses is DR. POTTIE'S i
FOR THE KITCHEN
For $1.00, or 10 Cents
FOR A SINGLE ONE.
You can 'make your own assortment.
See them In our Big Window.
Pacific Hardware Co,. Ltd.,
Did you ovor loso anything through tho dishonesty of
a Trusted Employee, an Agent or a Collector?
No? Well, youjare to be congratulated.
But your noighbor in business did. nis collector
was short 900 in his accounts, a total loss. Ask him
about it. Ho now has a boii d from tlio now collector and
Tho IFidolity and Deposit Company of Maryland is tho
J7or a small annual promiuin thoy will guarantco to
malco good to you any pecuniary loss from fraud or
dishonesty of an employee.
Call and got particulars.
In a few days we will display a new
Blue Flame Oil Stove
which has no superior, and Invite you to
come ana inspect it.
Von Holt Block, King street.
BfirSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re
frigerators, Primus Oil Stoves.
Positive cure effected by its use in every instance.
Send your orders to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAYIES GO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Tho Promises known as
tho " TIVOLI" situated on
tho beach at "Waikiki. bur
nished or "Unfurnished.
For particulars, apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Palama Co-operative
Grocery Company, Ltd., will be held at
the office of the Company's President, T.
B. Murray, King Street, 26th April, 1899,
7 p. m.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Telephone 810. Lovo Building, 5,'U-53G Port St.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Box tn
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
'. TCLLPIIONB )64.
Our GRIPPb Capsules, the thing that cure. 25 cents per box.
-BROMO KOLA CURES NERVOUS HEADACHES. The best for
SEASICKNESS. Is a true nerve tonic, does not depress.
Fine Cigars etnei Tobacco.
Willi's Villa mi Ilaniwal
Select Bathing Resort
AND FAMILIES ::
Rooms and Board.
Baths Free to Guests.
J. P. HAYWARD, Manager.
534 FORT ST.,
-Neir corner ol Chaplain Lan
Cleaning and Rrpalrlnj: at Short Notice.
nj in ine rest poMlbie manner
TURNERS AND POLISHERS ol all kinds of Nalrtt
Woods. CALABASHES In stock and to order.
can laws aro iu force.
Am FORT ST., HONOLULU.
) mjytd Secretary.
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