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THE EVENING BULLETIN: .HONOLULU, H. I., APIUL bs, 1899.
f JblljheJ Every ll.iv. ept SunJ.y, t no Klnr
trt, Honolulu, II. I., bv the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAHKINC.TON Editor
DANIEL ICXiAN City Editor
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Pryr,poMpaM,to Amerka.Canida orMexlco.10 oo
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FRIDAY, AI'ltIL 28, 1899.
Despatches fiom tho Pbilip
pines, both oflicinl nnd genornl,
aro of n untura Mint put tho poo
pie iu tbo WBy of not boing emr-
prised whatever lmppoun. Tboro
19 etill a lurking tlesiro thnt Qon.
Liwton be put in full control of
the turned forces nnd Gen. Otis
give his undivided titno to tho nd
iniuialrntion of tho civil govern
ment. In addition to 1b other duties
Secrotnry Alcor is kept busy de
nying rumors that he will resip.ii.
Tho manner iu which tho Presi
dent stands by hiri secretary is a
magnificent contrast to tho attempt
to dislodge a member of our local
cabinet. Tho President of tho
United States knows how to up
hold his friends although it dot 8
cost a litt'o political worry.
Nothing is more amusing in the
labor discussion than tbo oflicinl
organ's desertion of its "bankrupt
cy and ruin" cry of some months
ago whon tho organ sought to
create a local war cry against a
gubernatorial candidate. Tho or
gan is now ready for tho planters
to faco "bankruptcy and ruin" or
any old tbijig provided its candi
date can be presented as always
on tho side of American labor. It
may be truo as tho Advertisor
Bavs. tlmttlie "inflexiu'o will is
lacking," but certainly tho plant
ers have not given a more shining
oxiraplo of tho doficieucy in "in
flesiblo will" thnn tho oflioinl or
gan. It talks boldly today, it
talked boldly previous to annexn
tion but when the nets of its offi
cinl circle woro called to question
the organ runs to cover with itn
jasknss bray '"bankruptcy and
ruin." If tho organ and its offici
al constituents gavo slight evi
dence of inflexible honesty in
dealing with matters of public po
Hoy they might gain the confidence
of tho buEincBS community and
tho American people.
Senator Matt Quay of Pennsyl
vania is, in tho languapo of the
street gamin "up ogaiust it." His
enemies have succeeded in pre
venting his re-election to the Sen
nte, although uuablo to break his
hold entirely, and elect a succes
sor. Tho outlook is not a happy
one for tho Republican party of
Pennsylvania. Quay is ono of the
keenest politicians of the country
and tho bitter fight of the paet
years is likely to degenerate into
a kniGng of Republican candidates
in the general electiou. To ruin
Quay politically will cost moro
than ono Republican defeat.
THIS NEW HANK.
Notwithstanding all that has
baen nnid of. tho ringa and combi
nations that control businoss af
fairs in this territory, the bueinoes
men hero (jroot with satisfaction
aov now onterpriim Unit has sound
capitalists behind it and offers n
guarantee to the business men of
conducting business on n straight
forward business Imsia.
The First American Bank of Ha
wnii will enter this field under
highly favorable conditions both
as regnrds tho high staudiug of the
promotorB and the timeliness of its
inception J2xparienco with a tiht
money market leaves no question
iu the minds of tint people that tbo
incro'iRPil iudiiHtrial expansion of
tho torritory demands moro money
and incnt'iiH-d bmilfiuu' fanJlitiiB
and tho now bank will doulitlusd
fi id a profitable ephoro of opera
tions without coining iuto serious
competition with tho nenr cs-.
tnblishcd houses. Col. Macfar-
lane, tho leading local promotor
says, it is not the intention to start
in BlaBhing the local interest rates,
but tho people have tho satisfaction
oE kuovtiug that tho bringing in of
now capital will, in tho natural
course of events, toud to tho gener
al lowering of interest rates on
good investments and aid material
ly iu greasing tho wheels of com
menial activity locally and in our
relations with the groat fiuaucial
centers of the world.
Tho probably selection of J.
0. Carter as manager will
giaranteo conservative ndmiu
S-. ..!.. - tl 1
laiiiuiuu lib wi'ii no u jjiuiuim
r-jooguitiou of tho necessities of
tho local finnucial situation. Mr.
Cnrtor knows tho industrial and
financial conditions of Hawaii from
A to Z. Ho will not bo found en
dorsing wild cnt schemes or with
holding from a liberal policy to
ward enterprise that makes for,and
keeps iu touch with tho sound
progress of thp torritory.
l'ollcrnirn'a Wnjjei ItMiril.
Thoro was a short inspootion of
th police in the statiou house
yard this morning. Attorney
lie i) oral Uoopor, Marshal lirown
nnd Deputy Marshals Hitchcock
and Ghilliui'worth woro nrcsont.
Afnuliril Tlrt-Mtrn nnnmintnrl Minf I
XU.I11 OIIDI J71U(!U IIUMUUUbUU VUUV
the wngea of tho S10 moa would
beginning with next month, he
mined to $15 dollars a month.
With this they would be- expected
to pny for their shoes and uniform.
Hoiotofore tho Qoverenment al
lowed tho $10 men S3 evory six
mouths for shoes and S12 a year
for uniforms. The raise in wages
will make a difference in salary of
SGO a year for each man. Takinp
from this the bio for uniform and
shoes, thero would still be loft a
difference of $42. It is needless
to say the police aro very much
elated ovor tho notion of the Police
Department. Thoy certainly do
Reserve moro money than thoy
havO been getting.
HCrctna HCreet Nchoolhout
Mr. Hoffmann of Sau Franci6CQ
wanted S700 added to his contract
price for building tho Beretania
6troet schnolhouse. This was on
account of tho rise in lumbor.
Tho Government will inform Mr.
Hoffman that if do not proceed
with his contract ho must take his
medicine in other words, forfeit
$1000 on his bond.
John Ouderkirk of Honolulu
will uot be awarded the contract
in placo of tho gentleman ropudi
ating tho award. The second
lowest bidder is Mr. Mills, an
other San FranciBco man.
Following nre tho contracts for
tho seworage system material thus
far awarded :
Portlaud cement, W. K. Grace
& Co., Ban Franciscp.
Sower pipo, Glading, McBean
Co., San Francisco,
CaBt Manbolo covers, Sessions
Foundry Co., Bristol, Conn.
Steel pipo, Risdon Iron Works.
Dirt bucko te, lueuon Iron
Valves, llisdon Iron Works.
Gate valves, Adams fe Co., York,
Hail Now t Mn. JU.ier.
Mrs. F. L. Miner received news
by tho last steamer of the death of
her mother, Mro. Sarah Atcborloy,
Leamington, Warwickshire Eng
land. Mrs. Atohorly was in hor
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland
has just completed arrangements for furnishing Surety Bonds of every
description at lowest possible rates. . No delay attending execution.
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DO NOT GIVE IT!
If you desire .1 Bond as Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Receiver,
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House, Railway or Steamship Company; Contractor, etc., call and get
The Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
407 PORT ST., HONOLULU.
To-tUiy'e Honolulu Stock
Cacltal iSh'r i Capital
Ltoho'iedluu'd, Paid Up
C. ttrewer 8c Co? t. 003,000!
Ewa PUnt'n Co
Haw'n Ajrr. Co
Haw'n Sujj Co
Monomu Su Co
llnnnktm S Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Klhel PCol dAs
M pd up
1 60,000 1,600
Maunatcl SC i
" pd ur
Onomea Su Co
1,000,000 1 0,00c
' Pacific Su Mill
i pif, nt'n Co
Walluku Su Co
Wilder S S Co
Inter-M 5 N Co
Haw'n flee Co
Mutual Tele Co
1 0,000 13,000
Haw Govper c
100 Klhel, 11H; 45 Maunalel. 12;
10 Hawaiian Agricultural, 990;
; 8 Lwa, JBJ.
Goo. D. Gonr has filed ha
answer to Ruth Horn's complaint.
Plaintiff lma nppealcd from
Jndgo Perry's decision in Wong
Kwai vs. Liliuoknlani.
How the Mnll Was Saved.
Whesvl Here It Is mall day acalnl
Letters to be written to Hawaii, Maul,
and Kauai. Great Scott! There Is that
mass of coast mall just received and there
Roes the signal that the through steamer
from the Colonies is slghtedl I can't
talk all my business over the telephone,
and I must reach a dozen people before I
can have needed Information for my
letters. Hack hire Is expensive and the
trams are too slow and don't touch the
desired points. Must hold over some
coast matter till next steamer; too badl
too badl Time now is money Indeed.
Ah! Eureka! Come forth my trusted
Sterling Steed: silent but faithful, strong
and speedy. No limit to your endurance;
well are you named Sterling, for at this
moment you or a Sterling friend who
saves me time and money, and my mall
He who would have a Sterling friend
Should ride a Sterling bicycle indeed.
FOR SALE AT THE PACIFIC CYCLE
& MFG. CO.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Mvan Co,, Ltd.,
Indurated Fibre Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
THE FACTORY ....
Howls, Buggy Palls,
Beer Trays, Chamber Palls,
Chambers, Dairy Palls,
Funnels, Flower Pot Saucers,
Handy Dishes, Jardinieres,
Pitchers, Slop Jars,
Slop Jar Mats, Slop Urns,
Spittoons, (Three Sizes),
Tubs, (All Sizes),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your Inspection. ,
See display In our large window.
W, W. Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt Hlock, King Btrcet.
BSTAgents, Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood). Standard Blue Stoves,
Sets of Old Hawaiian Stamps,
Hawaiian Souvenir Cuff Buttons,
Hawaiian Photographic Views,
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
FOR SALE AT THE
316 PORT STREET.
A BARGAIN IN
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also received a fine selection
of Bows, Pufts, Tecks, Ascots, and Impe
rials, which we can sell at prices from 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 S2.00.
In fact all our goods are low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
unuerwear. send lor catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WayerlDY BIODl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Executors' Notice To Cred
itors. Thi nnilrclfrnpil frlv. nnflri Mint tlipv
are the duly appointed and qualified execu
tors 01 ine lasi win nnu lesiament 01 ner
mann A. Widemnnn. late nf Hnnnlnln.
deceased. All persons havlnc claims
against the estate of said deceased, wheth
er secured by mortgage or otherwise, are
notified to present the same, duly authen
ticated, with proper vouchers, If any exist,
to the undersigned at the office of F. W.
Macfarlane, In Honolulu, within six
months from the date hereof, or the same
will be forever barred.
All persons Indebted to said estate are
requested to make Immediate payment to
the undersigned at the office of F. W.
H. R. MACFARLANE,
F. W. MACFARLANE,
J. M. nOWSETT.
bxecutors of the Will of Hermann A.
The J!uUetln,7Be per month.
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Real Estate and
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAPIOLANI,
A Choice residence of 3 Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
Kitchen and Pantry, Bath and patent W. C; good plumbing,
Stable, Out-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
property; rents for $40 monthly.
No. 1895 x 200, corner Keeaunioku and
K I nan streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
No. 1000 x 190, eight fine Residence Lots
facing on Lunaillo and Klnau streets.
These are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy
No. 25100 x 200, on Beretanla st,( near
Keeaumoku street, running through
to Young street. One of the most
desirable building sites In the city.
No. 40 1 x 37o.on Nobleystreet.Kallhl,
with L on side street. Good eleva
tion, good view; cheap; must be
seen to be appreciated.
No. 4535 x 105, on Beretanla street, near
Fort street. Lane on side main
tained; desirable store lot, ready for
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
Kt& -ils t&zz
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Anil buy a homo and by so doing secure
monthly dividends, this is our udvico,
nnd wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. Howovor, if you havo tho
fovor and want to sieculato in Stocks,
wo will give careful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
STRONG AND WHITE!
Ogden Milling & Elevator Oo.'s
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
Size of lot, 75 x 1 5$.
No. 47 In Kaplolanl Park, too x 200 ; a
desirable home, containing owner's
bam, out houses, etc.; fruit and
ornamental trees. Either for sale or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
No. 4975 x 125, on Anapunl street. Cot
tage 7 rooms and bath. Good view,
high elevation; cheap.
No. 5c 75 x 200, Atacazlne, and Thurston
and Spencer. Good elevation; faces
on three streets.
No. 5192 x 157, comer Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house of 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; bam and out
buildings. TO LET A desirable residence on Mag
azine street (Punchbowl) ; seven
rooms, bath and toilet; bam, chicken
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
Building, Fort Street.
Real Estate Agent.
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